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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 July 1852

ir K a. m X k. iv 386 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. JULY 24 IE TEXTS Id JJ X A J-Ji .1 F iL w H. A BREWSTER Editor! J. WV HAMPTON" Assooiato Editor. Hi Cjly of Awstin July 24 1852. ' DUMOORATIO CANDIDATE FOIt rnCSIDENT FRAWKEinr PIEKCE of New-Hampshire. V U ' f rori vl0E-rUEaIDENT 'wiliWAM It. KING of Alabama. r ELCOTORB TOR THE STATE' AT IllOE LCKHCl D. EvalSjo"' Harrison. Gay M. Bryan of Brazoria. rrf DISTRICT ELECTORS '. Cicorgo W Swythj of Jasper. Robert S. Neighbors of Bexar. .no '. Atiorucy-Gcncral. Vr We aro authorized to nnnounoo JOHN SAYLES. Esq of Washington county n candidate for tho office of Attornoy-Gencfal'of tho State of Texas at tho onsmng August qiccuon tt7-Wonrp authorized to announce CoJ.TIJOMAS I.JENNINGS as a candidate foi tho oflico of Attorney-General of tho Stato of Texas election in August next. fjy We aro authorized toannounco A. J.HAMILTON Esq. as rt candidate (or tho'jOfltqe of Attorney-General of tho Stato. Election in August next. State Treasurer. 0" Wo nro aut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 July 1852

5JW .11852.! TEXAS ESTATE GAZEQIEj: 387 fr lu .A . The Railroad. ' Tho editor of tho Gnlv'eston Journal in a letter descriptive of the ' "country from this city td Bastrop speaks very encouragingly of the 'prospects for a speedy construction of tho Bra'os and Colorado Rail- road. What ho sayscorresponds with alt we liavo heard on the sub- ject from below that tho people are in the very best mood on tho sub- ject and anxiously waiting to. see books of subscription opened when it is believed tliat Irioru than.th'o'rcquistto amottht of stock'to start the enterprise would be subscribed immediately. Noticing the village of "Webberville the editor of the Journal t-ays : " Col. J. B. Banks now tho principal proprietor of tho village and prairiois uii tntelliyant onorgutie und enterprising gentleman deeply interested in every project luving for its object the duvclopetneni of that rich and beautiful sec- tion of country and With most of tho people 1 have met up and down the ' Colorado valle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 July 1852

iwwmwuu Jiimui sii V n fr ?a ; row f s u.rM'iriYnAi "'"'rtT"-' ijiniiiwmrin 88 T"E STASffi ' GAZETll: JULM 'Kfl' tetitAztt f "Ma. H'. P. 'BHftI '"bnthe claim of Vd'cttisens of tfWt or compensation for the property taken from them by the Oamancherltidians since the . annexation of that State to the United' States To Committee tf Indian .AJairs of the House of Representatives : i'GEiiTi.firfiN : In presenting tho claims nbove referred to others of M'a'liko hatUfo Will necessarily fall within the general principles that ''govern the clttss'df Indian spoliations unless peculiar circumstances .'"mayvdrv the cqrtlty of teomo bf thtf claimants it has often been as- 'r$in6 tliat the Gongress of the United States do not hold the nation bourtd by justice or pblloy to make good the losses sustained by her ''citizens lit a war with a foreign 'power. This as a general rule ni'dy "i bd'ttdniitted yfct'ln many iu3innces Congress has paid for property-tu-- -ken' ordesttoyed by Chd enemy during the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 July 1852

mm ---yqW-M--l--"M--l-M- jjH ) i WAS ffllKlOTTEI v - - ---- m I "" ' . ' ' ' ' ' . . i4aa )H m LWi m t S. gF There was a most solemn and deeply interesting scene" In the Senate on the 30th ultimo when tho death of Mr.Clny was announced to that body by Mr. Underwood his colleague. Senators Cass Mason Halo Smith and Cooper all . iriado eloquent speeches on tho occasion. Tho romarks of Gon.'Cass Mb peculiarly appropriate honoring no less their author than tho immortal dead. Gem C. Baid : Mn. Phksident: Again has an impressive warning como to (teach us that in the midst of life wo are in death. The ordin- ary labors of this Hall arc suspended and its contentions hush- ed before tho power of Him who says to tho storm of human passions as he said of old to the waves of Galilee Peace he still. Tho lessons of his Providence severe as they may be often become merciful dispensations like that which is now spreading sorrow through tho hind and which is reminding us that wo have higher duties t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 July 1852

"T"V Ttsvmmm tfMriftftaMMMHl MUM m- ij MMMMm' Wtf&WAwim&i WtMM 7 ft r i & m t W 11. -- - - - jggT Tho Galvcatotrtff5rnAUStilr Stato Patriot auppoai 'fed presliwtftht? rcauWncvetW any otficr lltrfei6h' riie BAif&iiiVttSdiV ft4ito pattlntf'fojth tbV declarator! that VninntrDnoScott'fs-rc'coiyqJ vhh tho gftesl enthusiasm 'throHghoutUbo ftwtfewd tJjptaU whiga everywhere are flocking to iJfcta-Miidiu-. f.Ouriieflpeptet coforriporaries fehoufd.bq ashafned oC ia njulwo million flvd iiundtc J tl$i to iuicnigun ivo rniiuuu iivy ""- linrfiUo Kindred 'thou&fi'dUbros" ; tb fcacmpb thus tofimposo opdn thoir readers. Why do they not jntlthtb "tlio manloafop1-'oftlto Victoria Advocate and tell the truth regard- ieasoj'party'didijratlon? Hear tho Advocate i '""t'hur lta-i. Wo proaumo most of our readers know that tho oditors of ''tru- paper ito tbtgttlU6no certainly do 'who have1 over felt nny1 interest in'tlic. mbltetJ Ybtns whljrs wo havo" not thought wo ought o support Gonorn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 July 1852

jatftfiNMrai iffi Mk I8& ; t TM 'ST !&MH. ' ' I' fyw teS? Austin Female Seminary. TpHE Second Session of this inslitution will open on the 1st Monday in July A neat tinder the charge of the undersigned as Principal. He purposes ma- king il a permanent institution where young ladles may receive a finished ed- ucation. The services of a competent music tnachcr and other assistants will be provided. TERMS PER SESSION OP FIVE MONTHS. Primary Department Spelling Reading "Writing and First LesRons in Arithmetic . $12 Junior Department Geography History Arithmetic and Grammar $16 Senior Department Chemistry Natural Philosophy and Botany" V. . . . . $20 Anc't languages and mathematics with any of the ahovo $25 French or Spanish language $10 Music on the Piano $25 Use of Instrument ; . $5 "Waxworkand Ornamental Needlework (each) $10 A share of public patroniige Is respectfully solicited. Austin June 10 1852. W.VI. SMYTH Principal. Austin Collegiate Female Institute. js The first sess...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 July 1852

I. I ssa JULY 24 Ams5c &mm . " H -.-. - --- ! " r r v . gn"; .... . -' -r - j . . z.f 7m I 3 . :vTlis$$lmte ' . i-! auV i(( . r UflWiw lfS?KlliJiS3- m M i5rimMHHi iESm .sSvSfcJ. Li - mMvhSmX&mgm s si M1..l 'Hl V. VD WC t Wl. .fTC'iwJO 111 a iiiiiiB : '4Uv Ai)fesWi?jLfU VJ'Jj. li "' ' MS Oiwfl flfsmo'i And ol those complaints whlchjnreauscd by an impaired weakened or un WR.ppndilJqn.of e fjervpijs 7ipui. Wm Df. Christie's Galvanic licit and Magnetic Fluid 1 Is QMd Willi the most perfect mill certain success in nil cases of g-eneitt i ilebilitv 4.h;i. r u -lii-iL'.f... i . ij. ' Dr. iihrlsUc's Gavanlc Necklace jjjih juuied for all complaints affecting Ihef 'throat or' head such as bronchitis Infla- mauoBoi uiciuiufi ucruu-jim sick ueuuaqiie aiziness ui me; head neural gia In the face buzzing or roaring in the pars deafness which is generally ncr ous and dlstreasinr coraptalnl? called Tic Doloreux. w 0 ? Dr. lirlsUe's i Galvanic Bracelets ara(pttnd pf y$ sertjice n cases of cpn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 July 1852

IMMIWw-MMliMNWMiMaMMllii ! - irTiMi & m X. i ' f qinrnan n .in 1 1. " xmLl I 1 1 Alii l -? ;r. VOL. III. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 31 185f f.l MTo I'll ' ljil'' ' II iipiyffWaHMK ii ; kW) QAVnfP nTim HJLu Cin A' ;iii SrllA zJ3j 1 1 lib- & "J ' fc r o- TUB TEXAS STATE GAZETTE ) PUBLISHED and circulated in every County in the State) WEEKLY BY UUSIIIVEY & HAMPTON State Printers. ' IFcrms SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Voltime cf fiilv-two ti umbers if paid in ndvance or within one month from the lime of subscribing or Four Dollars if not thus paid in ndvance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted nt One Dollar per square nr('t.eveu lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents lor each continuance. One-half these charges will be made to those who a'dvertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of not more than one square will be inserted for ten dollars per annum. Announcements of Candidates for Ofiice and all political perso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 July 1852

BBSa w nmmmu RMSHm HWI MfmWKWttfjniWBMWiJf JHLaJIW" HMIIlUlllUIIWi 111 OBHIilUM ratmMnifflma r ;- JULY 31 E7 -94 c I-' s. STATJ V ' . t : m miwMmi .. KiirVKMI I'JisJtvjis 01 i?cir-jiinuipimirct (r .v ' roi: vioirnnfliDi:NTf - k-WIfcHAM It. KIIV of Alabama. U'Krrrf El EWOToits ran Tin: statu at laugi: k4 KbhcI I). ErMtfftftirrhy. ' flify M Bryaiity azom:x Gcofffo W'.'ISwyifi'! of Jfaiper'.' Robert S. Neighbors ofjJexan T JT" . i lj. i i T I ' 1 . i j y r Tho Election. On Monday next tho elections coino ofF throughout tho Stnto for thjo various officers named iu tho Governor's Proclamation. For At-torney-Generafj- tlo candidates aro A. J. Hamilton; Esq of this city ; Johnaylcs Esq. of Washington county and Col. Tlios. J. Jennings of Nacogdoches. They aro all gentlemcn of eminent legal attain- mciils and talents that would ndortJ the office. "Wo have our choice mid-shair assert it at the polls and leavo people to an unbiassed nsser- Attorncv-Gciicr.il. ' " "' TV Wo nro authorized to nn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 July 1852

'sauuA ttmi (Mtets ZSi KriHrtiidmkVtS. mrmrrm i in inrrtiiiijiitfj " ivimui nrrffiawnLnii -IM.I i! TE'SMMin r am h P ' fa hi parts of tie Mate the Opinion scdnis'to prcvail'Umt aalcxra session o(j mo lugubtiuro Mioiim bo caleil. .tfKrtiti Uazcttc.- I lu is news to us. mutton Telegraph.' . "' Anil to tis us wcliavo hMril'nothiiitJ'btit itconilcmnation'by eiwy body 16 such a-iuovo. Tlio Giv.'ttti nttutihuvu procured thnt item from tho Spiritua rni))Brs. Rcil Land Herald. ' ' IlaS't vend tlio papers lately gentlemen? Galveston Hods- ton Jefferson Husk Palestine Ihdihnoln San Antoiiio' and Dallas we think embrace very nearly "nil parts of tho State;" and we saw recently an intelligent and prominent gentleman front the l?to Grande Who informed Its that in that portion of tho State a strong desire for an extra session -was nearly univer-' sal among the people. ""We would scorn to manufacture public Sentiment on this or any other subject to suit a special occa- sion. ii . Ijjf The Postmast...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 July 1852

HS" -fc j rfi 'miii TEMS STATE GAZETTE! JULY 31 i . i(i- fanJu AUS!FIIV'iWeiesay July 8 18. jgfX -picut P. T Burnley from tho station on 'tha Llano ajBed through our city a row days since'- going North' to' New York feii&rlntmgtcur.' '"' dMW ' ' "" inlerMal fnprTCc4ts Extra Session &c. IiTaU nuarters of the State the people appear to bo fully aroused to ijwjlmpprfance of adopting immediate measures for clearing out our . iiyofBKliuiWHisHuunng inmuauo iu mciinaw um uiuiuuiuo uuu uu- -vclopo tho rich resources of the country. At Taos Navarro county 'Mere 'was a very fargo meeting held' on tho J.6tft ujt. to concert meas- ures' for clcariqg out and tendqring permanently navigable tho Triuty lurivcrto and obove that point. Tho following among other resolu- ''tiorts Were adopted i ' ' 'Utictvfii. Tfiat vro hightynppreoiato the enterprising spirit of the gcntlemon 5'whb'lmvo'becn the" flrsfto take tho responsibility and risk of demonstrating to fitlio farorld tile easy navigation ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 July 1852

"S " 1852: V TEXAS STATE GAM(L1!. m' i p. J n From tlio Dnllns Herald. Mass meeting. Tlic citizens of Dallas county assembled in the town of Dallas on Saturday thoilOth of July 1852( for the purpose of taking into con- sideration the difficulties existing between the settlers of Peters' Col- ony and the agent of the company. On motion of A. G. Walker tho Rev. Amon MoComas was chosen Chairman and J. V. Latimer appointed Secretary of tho meeting. On motion of A. G. Walker A. J. Wftt Sam. Sloan and J. L. Smith were appointed a committee to wait on Judge J. II. Iteagan and request him to address the meeting. On motion of Jefferson Weatherford Col. B. W. Stone came for- ward and addressed the meeting. Col. J. M. Crockett being called on came forward and made an exposition of his course ns a member of the Legislature in relation to the law of the 10th February 1852. A. G. Walker mado some explanatory remarks when Judge Rea- gan came forward and for an hour and a half enchained the atten- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 July 1852

r . '-' r IV m W i i" 'iflfi PS :.. t . l3k B--s W& agar HBimfiBrnimumJumiui; MBMIII lt'irll 5wK .ffiMS StoE'!&;AZET3?E. V JtJLYS'li a. f".re Haual Across Florida. o3roW!c.cgietS? frifay puWed a letter from Col. TulJinsft . a i tmgu iali ccfci tieoi i of Alabama one of tho mein- clffoL tfVpii3unt JoWfliaturo from Jtfobilo county on the sub jLUIU iinu'Uouii win wanui uukwuuu wiu.iuimwu tutu. iuu mws- -.ii it i-x it:-- ;.!.. .1 ti...')j m... 1'iW.ox 5v'6ec!rrictW'6' in bi'inftihg tho Bub'iecHip for 60nfo practical Pur - fill I 1 L L L Ij. 1 ' 1 l 1 ffifepjir Mr II6h$& rt fforieS 6f VaWlutito.8.. setting forth tlio UUIUUI J1I" uuuu uiu vriiu vl r ifeai in&icste vhjdh a'll'tno B'A'tcs Moxidobavo in'qPoning tliifi iw ' I'dito for commerce (nnd ur rrusa i f tfio rp Surveys iH ncttupph Ooiigrcea'' at tins seSsion to place U'te questipji 'Qr-iuo pntciicuumty oi uiu ruiuu uuvouu uouui uy itio juqiitu jMr. 0. H. Patrick of Pleasant Run Dallas Co. -writes us : "'Wheat crops arc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 July 1852

"WIHBtMRHJftjttHS KlIAitftiBHgtWHltB K9CRSM HP 1852. fflEAS STM-GAMR r3S9 mgwjmuuu.uii I. I9 0- H (i $10 $20 $25 Austin Female Seminary. rpiIU Second Session of this Inslllullon will open on the 1st Monday in July I nut tinder the charge of the undersigned ns Principal. He purposes ma- king it a permanent institution where young ladles may 'receive a finished ed- ucation. The services of n competent music teacher and oilier assistants will be provided. ' ' JERMS PER SESSION OF' FIVE MONTHS. Primary department Spelling Heading Writing and First Lessons in Arithmetic : . . $12 Junior Department Geography History Arithmetic and Grammar '. .. Stinlor Department Chemistry Natural Philosophy and .LiOtmiy .. I Anc't lancuaces andinathomaties with any of the above French or Spanish language $10 JJ1.USIU UIl II1U JL juhv $2U Use of Instrument ...... . . . 5 Waxwork and Ornamental Needlework (each) ..... .5: . $10 A shnre of public patronage is respectfully solicited Austin June 19 1852. WM S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 July 1852

MM laf I II III " ROH P8PW BtfBH! 1 '.".' ' WgWjtltWWIM.WM i Aj . fc. . i.fll tmmimimmi JDLir-3i .11 J3lej? cc. W. enforced' community iriaybetakon on tuo propriotr oj eipnuiisiiiiig iv ir ornoufe ... frpvii county JTlie -olio wing nainodf persons aro hbroby appointed Prosiditig'Omcors in the diflerpnt precincts : For Austin rrcciltct j. m. w.uaii. Hornsby's . Win. Hornsby. ' Webber's Prafrt'o '.' W. M. Siiiitb. . Comahohc ' r' J Tllos. P. Washington. Hnlrin Crnwtr. . W t t t V. 1!. N'inhols. ..'. - &JIUL tlllUU. ft ' I w.. rvuwi JL tl!f tTi1. Tlfm Tlnlinv "lijBiszBBirsBMjmj i m9mammmmtmm&mcMmBHmKm&MMiiammmiBBnmmmaiBm jgJJ TjSSpSpHSSfW. . ora'-'v'"""'" '-' Jiff- -4 "ijf5iij !-Srljr "yi-. mr ft ' nB . ..I.MW IBk 1 &tf7Mi. RMML $ V? "'IF 'w MV -w nnnrr.AM'ATinN nf.ibo Governor. P. H. UelL t ho cltitv tfl BaBBIR l . 'IMI .ir.:iN.li. .13.17li.l!.u. J ll.....lllftl hANMl AB' lV n K i ifcrw....-- -.- f -." -t".i - .- i i .. T I '- .. .1 . Iw JffiWe'flfA'MoBdftVin Abguit 18...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 7 August 1852

.i I I feW-Hf ' I 7ET i t yyqM)(yjKwww3git jiwigiMaMwwwMMwateigg' . . """ V lmtmmj'-.-ii'v ?-. i itT-;i; f fVK ft j QlfVf ' GAZETTE. ' nil ' ii IM V 1 i TWbf VlMwMCi iiiii i i P Vj-f-5raagRa iyMjjffs?'i ' --- tPtW WPffitril Mlf itiPrts 3R?Gii7ivv3 STATE 4 j- i V .1 1 I N I I VQL. III. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 7 1852 WO. 51 THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE PUBLISHED (and circulated in every County in the State) WEEKLY BY (JUSHNEY & HAMPTON Stale Printers. id lars ' . J Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume cf filty-two numbers if pa in advance or within one monlh from the lime of subscribing or Four Dolla u noi tnus pa hi in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square ol' seven lines or less lor the first insertion and fifty cents for each continuance. 'One-half these charges will be made to those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of not more than one square will be inserted for ten dollars per ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 7 August 1852

EMgM5'"'.l $ TEXAS STATE G-ZETTE. AUGUST 7 402 s w . w THE TOTAQ u &1A 111 GAZETTE K. P. SRBWSTEE Edj'VJrtJ. "W. HAMPTON Associato Editor. I- t r r City of Austin Aagiist 7 1852. Mmja Py - CEMOOnATIO -CANDIDATE VOK ITlESIDnNT JPJt'Al!WCMW PIERCE of Ufcw-Haanpshirc. ' ; FOB. VIOE-rilESJDENT WUiIiIARE R. KING A Alabama. . 'ftt ELECTORS TOR THE STATE AT LARGE rteMHel D. EYaHS of Harrison. Gsy M. BryaH of Brazoria. DISTRICT ELECTORS '. crgO W. SMytli of Jasper. Rlcrt S. UtigkUrS of Bczar. J3gf Tho Sons of Temperance aro to have a public demon- stration nt tlio Capitol this evening in 1)10 sliapo of a speech from Judge Carnthcrs. All should go to hear it for thoy aro certain of a rich cntertninmerit. ISF W wcr0 presented last week by F. T. Dnffuu Drug- gist of .this city with a bottle of medicino Which ho is manufacturing quitorextonsively called Ilobortson's Tonic Bitters. The recipe was 'prepared by Dr. Joseph W. Robertson of this city ; and wo under- stand the medicine is in high ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 7 August 1852

afiffl V ' ' Mm il-l-. .""-'" " li'2; 1852. i i ': TEXAS' STlTEdAZfm t(ttl03 Asai I f ' 1 t " Col. McLcmoro brought the nlllicting intelligence to I Point of the nomination of Gen. Winfield Scott for I'r of Ni C for Vico President. "We mentioned in our last paper that Mr. Wright editor of the .Brazos Delta had killed n Mr. Hanson. An account of the affair is given in the Inst number of the Delta in which it appears Mr. "W. was acting in eelf-defetice. He was however after a patient iuvesti- (ration held to bail in the sum of one thousand dollars. Gov. Foote has called an extra session of the Legislature of Mis iUsippi to meet on the fourth Monday in October uebtt. The last arrival from England exhibits a decliue in the price of eotton in the Liverpool market. The following pill3 arc to be swallowed by the Galveston Journal nnd Star State Patriot no wry faces gentlemen. The editor of the Chamberfa (Ala.) 'Tribune a staunch whig paper says: i this town from West 'resident and Grtilitu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 7 August 1852

v &!. tgifjsss 235 HiiiapiillW" mpmvmmvpfmmimm jtiiiiiiELaggg WM iTEXAS'STAGAZJETTE. AUGUST-7 fWfrltlm. 1W EXTJIApTS FnOJttTHE SPEECH P M0. 10HERT TiOMRS. OF GEORGIA. . riilmiftJ. an 4'ii TTrniBAnf T?tynvjBiifiiito Ttl-i !l 1RKO But I must pass on from this branch of tho subject and has -nMoh to briof examination of tho constituent dements and of tho action or the two lato ednventions. Tho Democrats C6n- M.-ontion assembled first-. Tho prospect was not favorablo to '"'ife "fruity dr harmony; tho preservation of either was impos- ""Bible except upon the principles I hayo already explained. '"Th'o political convulsions which rated bo violently Binco its VJ1V UVt lVIJ ; UiU org- .a .niir lit with betravimr it to tho South. Anothor portion wan- . Adored of? to Nashville and battled acrainst it under the pretence Mfithat it had betrayed tho South to tho North. And yot anothor i. . ..!.!.. il. J.1 1 V 1.? I AfcvtKiinnrtW lltA -StMt 4- A-f 4-lift lllWMf . Ba W ' m riwrf Up'1 1 .1 A -n....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 7 August 1852

"F - . r 4 i i .; t-. "''w 1 1 1' J i ' j-hi i wiwiJMMpi m '.' IMillMlrtilWMfciWWIIIflftMrii j'wwh3 iiiifiViiiitriiipafe TEXAS -STATE fiAZETm 405 faithfully servo in tiino of war one year on board of our pub-1 open and manly resistanco to tho qlcctiono General Scott; uso lie ships or in our land forces regular or volunteer on their re- -wuvmg iiu uunorauio aiscnargo. I am opposed to that position and I think ho will find tho great body of tho peoplo are opposed to it. I do not think ho carca much about it and probably if ho had not been tram- meled by part errors wo might probably novor have had tho suggestion. Tins new modo of making citizens is liablo to many f c.d grave objections. There is a great question lying under it and I wish I had time to consider it in all its bearings beforo this House and bo- foro the American people. Tho policy of tho Government tfrom its beginning has been that tho flag of this republic Bhall 'beuphcld and defended by American citizens those who are ...

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