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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1843

sjwHgiUfS-T NPM:Q:ICiU9R:R E-'N T . , Corrected weekly, tor ttie Telegraph., ' ;' BY JOHN SHACKELFORD, Jb. ARTICLES. ALE PORTER, pr. bbl APPLES, do BAGGING, Dundee, p. yd BALE ROPE, per lb. Kentucky Bagging, -Manilla, - - - - -BREAD, per lb. Pilot, - Navy, BDTTERnerlb. XJ&NDLES.perlb. Sperm, CHEESE, per lb. - '- GOEFEE, per lb. -CJDER, per bbl. - -CORN, per bushel, -COTTON, per lb: - -FLOUR, new, per bbl. FISHer bbl. Mackerel, No. I, - . Herring, per box, - Cbdperbox, - - -GLASSj'perbox, "WinaW,' 8 by 10. - FFFG GUN POWDER, per keg. RlfleC canister, - . - - IROJ& per ton, - - -SWeeds,' - v - Americanlrolled, -, - Ho fiammored, - - LAllD,jerlb. - - - -- LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, LIME, per bbl. - - - LUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, per gallon, 3SrAILS,2da20d,perlb.- OILSjper gallon, Linseed, Sperm, ------ POTATOES, per bbl. PROVISIONS, per bbl. (BeeNo.l, - - - - , cargo, - - - - Pork, mess, - - - - -r. cargo. - - -Bacon, "hams, per lb. - -'' ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1843

x. , , . .1 . . . IS" ' IKkflp -tB x . TtmMiJtlS $5 isi advance. Published Weekly. op $7 at the eudof ihe'yfear. - i t 'Vv : t A SX- CRttGkER & MOOSE. PUBLISHED BY CHUGE"R & MOORE. ..-fc' , s nn -c hp ifw SubscriptioV. per 12 months or 52 numbers. - $5 00 - ' 6 " 26 " - - - I " 3 " ,13 " " " single paper, - - - - - J&No credit "will be given for subscriptions. .Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, $ "-": r 2d and subsequent insertion, " - -" . Political cards, each insertion. - - 3 00 2 00 13 1 00 50 4 00 " Announcement oJ Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A"discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriffi?,.on all Iegaljioticps. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terrnsr Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing: 2 squares each wqek, per quarter, $25 ; 5 squares, ennnging 3 each week, 31) ; b squares, cnangmg eaca ween, $35 All advertisements sent without written instructions will un- less soo ier-forbid',...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1843

a rapid retreat for the eastr leaving the camp boat and 13 Mexican prisoners to the chargeofihe 8 above mentioned aentlemen, who remained at the camp during the nighL OrPthemorning of the 27th, at about 8 o'clock, 2 men came to the river on its western bank, who afterwards proved to be Texian soldiers, they after beingferried across "to the camp,'statei!Tthat all of the army under Col. Fisher, . after a desperate battle with" the Mexican army, and after having killed a large number of their men, surrendered Ihemselves as prisoners of war ; they further stated that a white flag was sent into them by the Mexicans, and the officer bearing it declared "that provided they would sur- render and lay down their arms they should by them be well treated. About50 of the Texians advocated a surren- , der, the balance of the men contended for a continuance of battle which at last terminated in the surrender of the whole Texian army. They further slated that the loss of the Texians was four kille...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1843

smwii.Twupt'ics.- - - ?-. ,tr I- doilars; -her Britannic Majesty's forces to retire from Nanking and the. grand canal, and the military posts of Ghinhaim be also withdrawn, but the islands of Chusan and 'Kolangsoo are to be held until the money payments and the arrangements for opening the ports be completed. Dated, on board the steam frigate Queen, in Yang-Ise kianor river, off Nanking, this 26th day of August, 1842. k HENRY POTTIN.GER, 55" We are authorised to announce D. RUSSELL as a can- didate for the office of Sheriff of Harris County at the election in February next. oci 1 d&wtde-356 AWTHORN Seed for hedging, also flower seeds direct from England, for sale by JAMES BAILEY. Houston, Jan. I!h, 1813. jan IS d&wtf-373 ADMINISTRATOR' NuTICE. LETTERS ol administration having been granted the under- signed, on ii." 28th JSov., 1842, by the Probate Judge of Hpr Miiestv's PleniDotentiarv Aulm coni,,y-ou iiie eSlBie 0t Re.nr-V, rooP uec a ajl Pert0UJ tier majesij S Jrienipoieui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1843

pEffms .jatSTON-. PB.ICES.rCPjERENT. 'raT '"Corrected weelslyj for tlxe Telegraph, BY JOHNSHACKEEFORDJr.' ARTICLES. From IS- 10 25 25 7 6 15 50 12 14 10 00 u 00 14 00 1 25 1 50 00 50 at.tc . PORTER. pt. bbl. 10 00 APPLES, do BAGGING, Dundee, p. yd" BALEROPE, per lb. "Kentucky Bagging, -Manilla, - - -BREAD, per lb. Pilot, - Nayy, BUTTER, per lb. CANDLES, per lb. Sperm, CHEESE, per lb. - - -COFFEE, per lb. - -CIDER, per bbl. - - -CORN, per bushel, - -COTTON, per lb: - - -FLOUR, new, per bbl. -FISH, per bbl. Mackerel, No. 1,.- . -Herring, per box, - -Cod, per box, - - - -GLASS, per box, Window, 8 by 10, - - 10 bv 12, - - FFFG GUN POWDER, per iceg. Rifle, canister, -IRONVper ton, - -Sweeds, - - - -English, .- - ; -American roll ed, l- do hammore'd, - LARD, per lb. - - -' - LEAD, per 100 lbs.", Bar, LIME, per bbl. - - -LUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - . white do", - - MOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS, 2d a 20d, per lb. -OD1S, per gallon, Linseed, Sperm, ------ POTATOES, per bbl. PRO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1843

gjajs i j, - - - -- vi rt r C7w-T""w anwc jv.ij '- !T&MMS$5 in adraiace. WubUsherl Weekly or $T at the end of tike-year; BY CKUGEE, & MOOHE. HOUST OK, VfEDKESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1843. VOL. Tin. NO. 6-WHOLE M).B7; gggg)wjggjBMP)gwMttag8asa. ., wf. CJ-'.-ril - -2:- " I - - - - X -K PUBLISHED BY CRUGEE & MOORE -T JESS MS- Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, ic g ct OQ it i 3 it 13 " " single paper, - - - - Jtfo credit will be given lor subscriptions. - Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, x '" , 2d and subsequent insertion, " -" ' "Prtiii;nl rarda. each insertion. - So 00 3 00 2 00 - 13 SI 00 50 4 00 ' Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff?, on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the fohowing terms: Per 4- squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, $25 ; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, $30 ; 6squares, changing 4 e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1843

tfwpFotliers were upHhere for this port when the Ebro !?, and may be looked for in a short time. Mons. Castro will despatch aTessel each month during the season, with emigrants. His colony, lit will be recol- lected, is to be located in Bexar county. We have seen a letter from him in which he states that, in case it is deemed unsafe to settle there at this time, he hopes the Government will change the location. This request we regard as reasonable, and should some other point includ- ed in the 'unappropriated lands of the republic be prefer- red, vwe shall be happy to see him permitted to make a newelection. Civilian. $ S6UKT1NS HOUSE CALENDAR, .4 FOR THE YEAR 'Being the third year after bissextile the eighth F yeqr of Texian Independence, and the sixly- H seventh of the Independence of the United P Sin far J U . tt-cT s rf- GQ - s 3 c 2 o s 5 rr .- " JANUARY, C O ,' It ' J PEBRUART, 3 4 5 6 7 10 11-12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 "24 25 26 27 28 29 ' 30 31 r . . M "2. I-' 1 bSa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1843

-- fc- -? X A - . r R - tanese wcreinhigh-spiritsrand-wereflaily gaining some advantage over their assailants. They felt confident that the be'siers would be compelled to leave the country in a few.weeks. A small reinforcement of 200 troops had ar-rived-frora Tera Cruz, but they had affected nothing. It was reported that all the British officers and seamen would quit the Mexican service as soon as their wages were paid. " Captain Cbarlewood had 'left the Mexican service and J gone to Havana. " The Montezuma had arrived at Vera Cruz, and was to hoist the Mexican flag on the 4th inst. Most of her offi- cers and 'seamen came over in the schooner Wm. Bryan to New Orleans. The correspondent of the New Orleans Bee says, "It is not known to whom the Mexican government in- tends to give the command of this vesspl, but that is of " little Importance, as all the Mexican officeis are alike good Tor 'uothlng. The Mexican brig of war Mejicano was in Havana -on the'23rd iilL Itis supposed that sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1843

fayrMujas!&i&3at"re? 'BTO'irSTON PRICES CURRENT. --, Corrected "syeekly, for tlio Telegraph, . .7ffY QHN SHACKELFORD, Jh. ARTICLES. AEE & PORTER, pr. bbl, APPCESr do B AGGING.Dundee, p. yd BALE ROPE, per lb. Kentucky Bagging, -Manilla, - - - - -BREAD, per lb. Pilot, - Navy,, BUTTER,' per lb. - CANDLES.perlb. Sperm, UJtiiSJESJS, per id. -COFFEE, per lb. -CIDER, per bbl. -CORN, per bushel, -COTTON, per lb: -FLOUR, new, per bbl, PtSH;pefibbl. Mackerel, No. 1, -Hemng,jier box, -'Cod,, per box, - -GLASS, per box, "Window, S by 10, - 10 bv 12, FFFG GUN POWDER, per keg. Tiifle, canister, -'- - -IRON, per ion, - - - Sweeds, 'English, - - - - - American rolled, - -doJ3harhmoredp -v -LARDr'ib. - -' LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, IiIMErperbbl. - - - -LUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS, 2d 20d, per lb. -OILS, per gallon, Linseed. Sperm, ------ POTATOES, per bbl. PROVISIONS, per bbl. Beef, No.l, - - - - , cargo, - - - - Pork, mess, - - - - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1843

ffi TOSUl iUJ 0. WKEfo x" -f i v x--v v " lfM- S I" advance. BY CE CJG-E& & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MUUKh SnnscaiPTiox. per 12 months' or 52 -numbers, $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 G " 26 " - - - ' 3 " 13 " - - t single paper, - - - - - jNo credit will be given tor subscriptions. Advestising, 1st insertion, - - per square, S 2d and subsequent insertion, - - T.ci;to1 f-arAa pach insertion. - - 1 00 50 4 00 " Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 Adiscounttof 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of Sang ng 2 Squares each week, per quuter, S85: 5 : squares, changing 3 each week, S335 Squares, changing 4 each week, SSl adverti5-ments sent without written instructions will un- less soo .er ib.bid, be inserted sLwaonihs, and charged accord- So personal advertisements will be inserted upon any terms. No crcditwllbtgiven, to any transient advertisei, under any ClTheaSbovrterms are rated in specie or its equivalen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1843

.cj-ymitajaa person-," and if in any case any person may now beholding bofn ih'ese offices, he shall uo tlongeigbeIIrgasuref, and shall Immediately account to his successor Jbr all monies rece1vaJIiira:?-- .,. -- Secjt Bedtfhnlher enacled,tThjxl all laws contrary toorcgnflicting with this act, tire iereby repealed. "AnMOved, 16th January, 1843. - k .. V tni JUIWI' a"- AN A6T''CMfwwt,pi' TojprooiHejbr collecting and conveying Indian 'prison- StO JteH ers o Ae Waco Village. - ' ' Whereas the Hon Congress has recently been assured, that the different tribes of Indians have in their possession no lesshanelevcn Texian prisoners, and that they will be brought to the Waco village on the ninth day of Feb- xriarytiexCwitb.ithe intention, on the pait of the Indians, to exchange them for their own people, held by us as pris- ohsrsjwand -whereas, we firmly believe that unless all the Indian prisuners which are now in our possession are re- storedJtoaheir different tribes on the day set apart to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1843

" - Vfc- MSfc' "& j1"1 w tm -&igMPy A Y & M - -ft- r ? Captain' Auld, 'statingfuhe loss of, the Mexicans Nas-six hundred killed and 200 wounded. ' "It" also publishes. lctter-from its correspondent at Mataraoros, mentioning thatthVTexians "killed more Mexican soldiers than they nnmber." The nominal force against them was ten to one. The Mexicans being over 2,000 men. The Pic- ayune, Tropic, and other papers say that the loss of the Mexicans was 420 killed and230 wounded. Ws find in the Bullethrof the 26th inst., the following copy of the articles of capitulation taken from the origin al in possession of Col. Fisher. -' - v Cakp of the Anns of the" North, r ': . - i 1st Division. AgreeaUlcio the conference I had with Gen. William Fisher, I "have decided to grant 1st.3 That all who will give up their crms, will be treated with tho consideration which isinaccordance'with the magnanimous Mexican nation. 2nd. That conformably to the petition which the said Gen. Fisher has mad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1843

f CBUNTIKQ HOUSE CAllKDAB, f f- - v -V ' JOB THE YEAR & f Beinj.Ae third yea, nfur bUnztihihe eighth $ S ' year 0 Texian Independence, aJldthey' 1 5C lysnA OJ me JLJluepejutctm uj ...- .-- States. .tn a C J o" -. ? Y $ p. co p h : - : : ART- S 2 10 n .1 .if ;. . ' ' i5 16 17 IS 19 20 .21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 12-34 n fi 7 & 9 10 11 FEBRUARY, 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19" 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 - 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 -1920-21 22 23 24 25 26 27v 28 29.30 31 I . 2 3 4- 5 , 6 -i 7. 8 . 9- 10 H 12?13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27. 28 29 3D- 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 " 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23' 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 3't - 1 2 .3 4 5 6 7 8 '9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 .25 26 27 28 29 30 MARCH. APRIL. $? r rf-' - ; - max; S jiine, 1 2' 3 4' 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 J3 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26- 27 28 '29 30 31 JULY, AUGISST, 1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29 2 3.-4 5 9 40 11 12 16 17 18 19 23- 24 25 26 30 31...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1843

- rl - ffVArtwjrtatrHen -i ! ."' '. BOTiij ,'iuuiJt:n,i j"ffgrywiicnp ,g!t 1 7mi -- v ., "tjfefc1. "Sk--""? ! iiiimil.- iii li ! rnii i miii'ia ctj"-t-" --aa ;- -" 'b-c ajumuwi ..rvjin th; i-uin-ri ifnju.i mq pans a .. ,, .. ...r xjaaa '''''''" ujij w-iiiirif riirjewe . iri i in mi n in m 'wirvmjuhi-itr i i'ijii- r 114 5 'T2M?IS-5 la advance. ea- '- 5f 1 , JPublisheel Weekly. p $ at the eusd &t! "', Y -. y r "BT CBUG-EE, & MOORE. ' 'ff.J.ILl'Vll .. I , II II II ! HI I. H'-H- " PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE ii.'SuBscRrPTio.v, per i (i 1-2 months or 52 numbers, - So 00 6 " -b - " " 3 " 13 " - - 3 00 2 00 13 I 00 50 vT, " t ,. " singlepaper, - - - - - IlTzVo creiif will be given for subscriptions. " Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, rl, - 2d and subsequent insertion, - - 4 00 a ,Dmont nf n.nnirtatesoeranno t, 10 UU - A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff, on all legal notics. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1843

Fjw...'t-3agssi to their sound judgment and discretion. Strictest secrecy is enjoined; and they are significantly ordered to "be pre- pared to act with efficiency, and not lo It thwarted in their undertaking" The appointed of the President un- dertook the execution of the onler with alacrity; foilu- nately, however, for the country, notwithstanding the se- crecy of the movement, the object was suspected by many who were called upon to Join in the enterprise; and , it should be staled, for the credit of our countrymen, that as soon S3 the "object became known, those patriotic-citizens who had been duped into the enterprise, refused to assist in the execution of the illegal order, or to unite in any undertaking which threatened to produce a civil war, as it might lead them to 'imbrue their iands intheialood of their brethren. Most of hem returned to their homes, and but about twenty remained who were willing to en- deavor to carry out the orders of the Executive. They proceeded to Aus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1843

- A Y -. - I Si countenance and authority to engage in the glorious en terprise. This' is the proper method '"to prepare to repel inva- sion." Et is the duty of government to diffuse confidence and-.-contenfcjhroughout. the-Republic not terror and alarm; and i instead pf circulatingipanic making docu- ments among the people, it will arougeifrotnjtsjethargy -and direct the latent energies-of the-'Sonntry against the 'foe, it willthen be carrying out the true objects for which it was established. -It is really-stipprisingio-atoticethe remarkably healthy and robust appearance of the soldiers who have recently returned from the army, it is worthy of remark, that of the seven hundred 'and fifty men who went to the Rio Grande scarcely one was disabled ty sickness during the campaign, but on the contrary, several who were quite .-sick anddebilitated when they commenced the campaign, were restored to perfect health before they returned to -Bejcarf '""The 'healthful and invigorating breezes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1843

. -. 1 l.i LUJuMu1 ' '.rv.hvrwvrwmitA2X.lwV9m HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. Corrected -weeltly, ion Ui Telegraph, v BY JOHN SHACKELFORD, Jr. -. ARTICLES. t From J ,To Remarks. 18 10 25 25 7 6 15 50 12 14 10 1 00 4 9 00 ALE & PORTER, or. bbL 10 00 APPLES, do BAGGING, Dundee, p.yd BALE ROPE,, per lb. Kentucky Bagging, . - Manilla, - - - - -BREAD, per lb. Pilot, - Navy, BUTTER. Der lb. CANDLES, per lb. Sperm, CHEESE, per lb. - COFFEE, per lb. -CrDER, per bbl. - CORN, per bushel, --COTTON, per lb: - FLOUR, now, per bbl. FISH, vex bbl. Mackerel. No. 1. -". - 14 00 'Herring, per box, -Cod, per box, - - GLASS, per box, Window, 8 by 10, - : 10 by 12, - FFFG GUN POWDER, perkesr. 10 00 v Rifle, canister, -. - - - 75 IRON, per ton - - - S weeds, 130 00 English, 100 00 American Tolled, - - 110 00 do hammored, - - 150 00 LARD, per lb.-- - - - 10 LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, 9 00 LIME, per bbl. - - - 2 50 LUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS, 2d a 20d, pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1843

TJBil2FjT$& in advance. Wiwlisfoed Weekly. or $7 at the end of the year. -J X- - BY "CEUGER & MOORE. Tl ''""- PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Sdbscriptiok. par 12 months or 52 numbers, - So Ul) .1 g 26 " - ' " " 3 " 13 " 3 00 2 00 13 " " single paper, - - - - - 1-iVo credit will be given tor subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, 1 00 50 y zzn ana suDsequeiu nreiuuu, " PnHtiral r.nrds. each inssrlion, - 4 00 " Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount ol 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to .sheriff, on all legal nolie-s. ' pMc oc;rr,ncnrarIrRrtisin?bv the Quarter can do so on the folio wins terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, Sw ; o squares, changing 3 each week, 630; 6jquares, changing 4 each week, "Ail advertisements sent without written instructions will un- less soo rer forbid, bs inserted bix months, and charged accord- inly. Ifo personal advertisements will be inser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1843

..u.Mjj j-.aiijjMiatbwautAAiwMa AN ACT Transferring an uncxponded appropriation for the-contin- gent expenses and the pay of the seventh Congress. -Section- 1, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Republic of Texas in Congress assembled. That four thonsand eight hundred dollars of the unexpended appropriation for the protection of the frontier, placed at the disposition of the Executive by act of Congress, passed February the third, onethousand eight hundred and" forty two, be, and the same is hereby trans- ferred and appropriated in the following manner, to wit: five hundred dollars to meet the contingent expenses of the two Houses of the seventh Congress, and the other four thousand three hundred dollars to be pro rata distri- buted between the Senators and Representatives and the officers of the two Houses of the seventh Congress. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved, 26th De...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1843

-. - 4. three aad a half columns, shewing the justice, practicabili ty and necessity of subduing and chactisingj.he department of Texas, as an integral part ot their territory now in re- bellion, nol only to recover that beautiful country but to prevent the loss of other territories and of the independence of the whole Republic. -It says, ,:that the Texians en- couraged by criminal indulgence have inflicted deep wounds on our national honor, and in their frenzy have the insolence of aspiring to plant the standard of rebellion in the city of Mexico. They are no more the beggars of land, and humble colonists who heretofore swore to obey with fidelity, and support our institutions; but now they are usurpers who wish to dictate laws to Mexico; threat- en us with the destruction of our property the pillage of our temples, and the conquest of New Mexico. Notwith standing that expedition (Santa Fe) has been fatal to them, yet at this very time-they are invading our nothern fron- tier invit...

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