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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 March 1845

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 March 1845

f3iM 35?H77' " "hv-pfV" . r r i v i ..if w.'-rai'-jir .nfLi -.- y i. - 4-L i s5"3-?TO- ("K'-S-ffi - -H 7y& -J i c' "? . '" i.ir w iiUi JiiSli. & tsmijjtmmm r tfrMnired m wan m all oilier omw ior. Sec 4. Bidrt?iMidW That thk act shall take eeM fro .nI Aer lu pMc. Appraved 3d FJl6jKa ! TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER H? WM.JKWKK.tim. yv " . ; . " aftwt i U tlw tlMUof iori Bndulitictl warfare in that ooaMry are tending with a certainly auti rapidi j. wan wwiwi -tarnunaia in mmctuat appeal Um Mb-nd4riiMk'aduf merathrrKutoxdnwu! A (foreign war may .save the Union ; but that alone'eaiL a diversion sufficiently powerful to cheek for a jrJA?TJV. a v SATURDAY MARCH 23 1845. The mail from. Houston came in last night without however bringing any newt from be- yondGalveston. THE TRUE INTERESTS OF TEXAS i t:Ijdixfti'ftmt:egfeere cattau." Latftot the reader fleer at our common place wot to aer charge ma with affecting the antique by a quo- taataa that ranks with English proverb nolwithtUnd- . ihg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 March 1845

SA1 JV5 f-e? sipw'sy? a ? ? JH-wtVilSit l v w in i-- H 1fr 'm k $? N ' & yv- ' --. m X I M- 19 Mrck v ' iZi ait gj t V--" -.Vr-- v Route Naw-lyfomv.fHiAiikJiBop Granga 130 sauVs weakly ; D Witt. No. Fmw La Grtinir to FamliopX 85 atiles. weekly 4hnt oonton of the mute frow Wttihi(tttii to La firaHge in stages : jft Brown. & " No. 3. From FiinihnrpVu Crockett 80 ailes weekly : Geo. W Grant.. No. 4. Froni FanthnrpVin Hunttvlte-58 miles weekly : Peier Tuutliuson. No. 5. From Faiithttrp's Crockett via Mitchell'' miles weejkly: Geo. W; Grant. No. 6. From Crock it to -Sau Augustiue 97 miles weekly x J. F. brahntn. No. 7. From San Augustiue -to McCInu? .aahuu's U. S.32 miles weekly: N. H. Dar- nell. : 'No. 8. From Nacogdoches to. Marshall 87 miles weekly : J. F. Graham No. 9. From Sh:i Augustine to Marshall 100 miles weekly i James Trait No. 10. From MarluaUv Botfoa 9w niles weekly : Horatio Griftftli. No. 1 1. From Marshall to Greenwood U. S. 38 miles weekly : S. H. McFarJuiid. No....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 March 1845

aiHBwiswiiPsawpspiijjjH PP!f r.es.fs J&.!'J"Z .J J-l r " Si.aste vrt-fiRw.is srTS7i! f H - TU." "' ' - -tj? . . F7T w 3 'fc&l?. I l ir Is L.j: ty- v t 4? A Wi-. i-i4wli ?T'35i' ?vaV?'J!?'i w ----lTf? rTv" ' ' JMSAaaMMMaaMBjaaMMMISaTBSMaSMSSBM W kull IMUIUI: ifoftof MiiiSli 4SfWS: '& : J " - . lineofoftehHasi V Justification AtmwtttiSSmmMfifrK ' JI ;JW"Wsr W nvJT! rjTSJrThSii-'V I? ft 7T .- Ttnuf ' rvmMtar - tWi(4?BfR? ""t 34:1 jvu J."'"" JL K r.SnTimTTr-J."!; s 4 V i . i V Howe of RepreeRUtiyeVv entertaining ihe opiftioo ikalAustinis not coosuuuionT ally the scat of . government of this Re- public; hM cast iheir votes in lavor of a resolutibnrdeclanng lhai in the opinion of the House of representatives it is ex- pedWriClor the' jExectniye togetherwith theJ3tads oT ttejattinents and the Ar- chives now at this place to return imme- diately "upon thie adjournment of the pre- sent session of- Congress io the city of Aus- tin!; and wotil9 respectfully ask leave to lay before ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 March 1845

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 March 1845

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 March 1845

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 March 1845

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 March 1845

-fn: i "5 -- XfZM J 'Vi t - ' $. 5''e'ii TJ " .l W "SS v:rtAmjNGTmt TEXSttHBA Y JIA'RGH 29 1845 WMh -. iir??. ft C&eNTill yir i: tf ..- w j--&-." .w. it a -Irf-a - Wll'-. 1 II 111 4 I !ll9BK II lilvl 1 fillr - - -. .. .-- . i r. - .. - - . .&.. '. . Jt . -i;-ur ?v -' - " : a t - - ' . ij-r'rr'fc. us-' v - . "! 7."K' .Va v- .v -" iTEXAs jntiona!d3ieoister; a : .limo rtOtlPn nW i TITH A Viiiv..-' . .-- y .--ruuwM -v- yjM.. ;. ! ui i VV-J. jB Y MI L tf E R & 'CTtfS HE'Tfr V- - - tt TOT: - M I f - !- A. IVA41 AAJV ; .- ' "- j. . - 'I'RRMSf M ua r Sulscrwtion. Five dollars per annum ;: (hrce dol lars for six months and two.dollarsfor three months. . -Advertising. For each square. Of 100 words or un- der first insertion one dollar. For each subsequent -.insertion fifty cents. -- . ' ..A deduction of fifty per. ccnU will be made upon -yearly advertisements wall the. privilege of renewing the same quarterly. .v't'V-;. f Announcement of candidatesfor office Jen dollars Postma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 March 1845

mrz. sa KJf.- tr &a ! fe? .. W l I I H 11 fc .jmml jiJi.ii.AgggTOwwww7giajaBe1B "l.- ST MMMMHiBaHPIiaHMMHHa11 l! I .. .....tS.ieiA&Aatr'.l . - . iiWiIi?MSw depatclict from -London to the 11 ritislirMin 18- CapVEIliotandf.dealigny. diplomatic representatives of -England ahdFraiiceiar nvea in.iown-.an xjiursuuv irom wuvesion. 4'S 5 - V. -. si . ARE WE ANNEXED To this important enquirv wCempbatically answer no! Thev'earnest friends;and ridvo- cates of annexation1 ih-disappointroentmust answer no lS The wildest enthusiast the ve riest dreamer the fondest votary -the most self-Iadiug bigot in the causeall are com- pelled to answer so !. ..The time fiiced by po- litical forecast for the annexation to be effect- ed and the day prescribed5 by pious augury- for the "destruction of the .world. have both passed by. leaving the speculator; and the. reli- gionist -equally confounded 'at some unaccount- able mistake in.them respective '-predictions'-- Both however arey happily prepared wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 March 1845

&-3V 1 s swiwji-'wa .: .crin.rHvv-'.il-A SH jagg'-taK ?ZY - -jst - W ? Vi V'itoH ': T&lCjri-x 7SX r (tTw'a -or 2 3V- v" v -. Hi'-t i'A!" S J&"3cv'Vt?'j asgsrsspi' 5r"t -J' f7 " V-iVf - i- pfttt ;"-! f .. ' jr.ztt r. j i "V Mtrch 29 i I J J'1-- -jr i J"-. .-?. I. . -.. -.. t .. . jiMsaBSsaraffira It I J. 3TheIteda1iae -iLi . is i5a JtV rn.-.i x. . .- .-.I...SVS--Ji-tf&rai-wfts jfftf itiorfmeaiura sh.VIdho4iei1ieii?d. Wncom- havepIanied-;aiiWfcMaod pine which these - ;S ' ?fe"!r U. aiu-Si 5la; . . - . . . ;v . .. 5 .jwii L t a swiTa(rr : - .?. " iiiT-' -- rf i . " .describes him j hjB gentleman who -obtain- jedfromhis.Goverament a colonization grant - on the Trinity and to whom bur 'Cougress extended' the time .from the original.gfant in . order to enable Jiiai do fulfil 4ns contractu 1 otberaise.rtwould&ayejieen-.forfeited." Now. the editor musta-ve .been thinking of Mr. .Fisher or Mr. Castro who hold like contracts with Gen. Mercer and who have had the times -lim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 March 1845

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 March 1845

BWV..T.7' Th: ;- P15!lPiiSjPS s i-f3--' Vj-V '' e?- rv v ' it i" I. ie fci W " vL-TOAS.' m.' i.i JJESi delivered id. an audiblaar Impressive 'aim- ner. " As be appeared before thet multitude ot" his fnendshe was received. with cheers and the same tokens of respect followed him as he left. He did not make a part of 1 he proces- sion but appeared in the .Capitol iun before hlsjfiriends. arrived there. . - N The procession left .Capitol Hill at one' o'clock for the President's House where MrV Polk received his frieiws injiis new quarters as--Preside.ntofhetUjiited-Statct8;;a ?. the & -rvA & ftr Ami flAf .. una tamii j. 'wVt&v ' vfe-a4 ?&r-' & ' r v tYJitv&isa- i'''- 132 Maiava -iA ..-...': 'Ir ? XVVjrjarxI"; .tt?tfc.K"rv(-iilr.AUiw'itLrf' - Air & i--.. ijt-.Tir'rtoia-5iM.. . ' .. 7. . -j. 1 J J-. ... .!!' .T ii.uH'wWf -r- -i -"-. mV v-r.. . r v i-a-":- v'vy CJ3.C -j:-v; v.w.-.?'5iVj-:zLJ.TNi?7Jr !.'- .ca. -rj ..: !. j'..aj :- - .- i '- -- -r -- . f . i-;rfAw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 March 1845

&?&& 5"-S As.vr .BF.5as.j&. r wtwrHaawefflKiW.s. -s'Siiiw T..TT r--V' a$&ass " tfS'W fTT ' FlWff ffi&$!s$0m KOT - -. .; ' t r-iTyi5.i5"4l s;v" 1ss-asuv.-ciaii.vi'-" &SXltS!G&M-xtysiiS 1- Tfrt" ' J 134 March !2f 4s?5- atf A I It r f $&&&;' sk vj-.F-arf The betuUful kip or btrqaefuAinrum; bjujlUt -.usucii vsnio was sately launched atttnai pice on thcS4th January. This vesselwiU have to traverse ihbtethan two ttfusand mUetovreach jRe iGulfof .rexico--a voyage ncafjy. asIong aisihal across the -tftlaiilici-fo &'. paper'. '."- The. perusals of the foregoing paragraph brings. to the recollection of the writer the fact that forty years. ago ships were"' launched " on the Ohio. During Mr. Jeftrsoii's embar- go three of these vessels were moored at the levee in New Orleans. T.wo of themj the ship .Golette" an Ariel-like craft and the "Atkinson" a stately ship of. four hundred tons and upwards; were built at Marietta. The latter had a passage of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 March 1845

kktt mBmWFfffkm?SmmmmmmmW v-iX 3S3rt"; ft W&WF jske .-i- v ;sr 5 SfiSC KSrSfSfii rjT-' MAJH .-PVntiV! V af aB-safeStlsy Vf rV. 7 r- B -.. WT Mf- f ! m m m ai i n mHMJaUJWHsl(UllUJILJ wrr w . rv "-; .1 n - . 1 v.Hi i' I .- '"if -. w . - -rt' Vfta-Cs'. ? iSSrT-fftV . "tfaK'.Wfc.' 'V . -i f" " . - ' ft - . " - ' jk .. ;s7 . - . t . '- - i' 's " r J 'S-' 1 vi- . fLKmt-j r. ii- - . i! .. .-..- . tiMJiexianrvefeeis ana on fore'. w. -it;- xia esiiHiMieaaH. (ie Tlie.untler3!ctfediiftnhrtbeenADu6intia; as Icoriimission ers inttnformitVvithVa J niht Ueioluftdji i ftConWress5fenlitled aJ6inVRes- olutiorprescribiifg. tlrefmamierihwliicHtlje Gdvernriient' nubilities shall' be destroyed jap at 'A tftttffc life rtbeiFedqithe om Bl: Ochiltree; Secretary bf4h;TrensiirjtiiVfo! lowing amountso Exchequer billsftto wjt: . 121 50 Hollar Biils(en?raVea) $6050 00 153 20 ' i'.'v :T " "" -; lff3;06Q 00 9.7.1 in.f f. . v. ReamnsA MloomSf Oppositctke St. CKarles & Verandah Hotels' iXKW UUJjfcAiNS. . St...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 March 1845

2K 4- It m frs and House of 'ReoresenUtivesW the Repnbhc .' JS. -..-li ir .Mill ..rL.-Ml.rav hKihn San ' airer ail vpnwwe . ucuui- h-? thorized ani6-: Wmbns warrant wrioApUierprocess issued i4byar justiceof tliewr-wiihin the county Vforwbich said CohttiiWe was elected - Sea 2. Btiifitrihtr enacted Thatall laws arid parta of laws contrary to this act be; 1.andAara hereby.repealed andahat this act take -i4effectfrom'andafteth8po8sagej. -&-- - "4. u - v 4. .a2k -. - s? Vtiva x & - ?J &.?;-'-V e-m fi jAV.-T- s. - 't--!" . fc 5. ;vyj 1.1KS& ' . -6.-'i3rf' To extend the Franking Privilegeao certain persons therein named; f Section 1. Be it enacted by .the Senate 'ari&House of Representatives of the Republic hundred and twenty tacrei;ifor. a tburof 'ser-f .vices atthe siereof Bexar jn the year-one thousand eight. hundred and thirty-five :. a so. a land warrant for twelve Jiund red arid eighty acres; bounty and; said Morgah having en listed' under C61. Fannin during the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 April 1845

v'. WP?Pa'IWWSSSSfP5iBpB?lWqp .ste &&&. ffcfij$t .. 'fftg; ty . v. -sTii'' " jj-iflify. : NATIONAL. RE! GrMS J. iiRt VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL I0f 1845. NO. 18. fr sg fiss TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS BY MILLER&CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. TEIlfe Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for six mon.lis and two dollars for three months. Advertising For each square of 100 words or un- der first insertion one dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. A deduction of fifty per cent will be made upon yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for office ten dollars Postmasters Sheriffs and Clerks of Courts are specially authorized to procure subscriptions and ad" vertiscments and collect and remit the money therefor. An allowance of ten per cent upon all sums be- tween twenty-five and fifty dollars and of twenty per cent upon all sums over fifty dollars will be made....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 April 1845

' V y - t- t-t "t7 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 138 ApriJ 10 ? v--" r v - WIIJMWl' WLgCBWMKJLLJJ1jjt 1J i.'ij wjiwu" 'P Ji'gf p V TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. EMTEDBY U It JSIIEEIS ir.f s irr A' fi70 .V. THURSDAY APRIL 10 1845. We publish to-day the Proclamation of the Executive ordering elections in the counties of Bexar and Fort Bend to supplyahe vacan- cies at present existing in the Congressional representation from those counties. We un- derstand that Senator Kaufman has not yet signified his acceptanceof the mission to the United States. If he should do so the vacan- cy thereby created in his senatorial district trill be forthwith supplied. "We understand that the President will in due season convene the present Congress in extra session in order that he may take the advice of the representativesof the people as fo the best mode of submitting to the action and decision of his constituents the whole question of annexation in nil its bearings. The object of the President is to. take suc...

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i'ftSfiV"' April 10 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER 33r L 139 The subjoined communication came to hand bv last rani!. We have cheerfully admitted all we have received from the friends of annexa- tion in favor of the measure because we were anxious that a question of such grave impnit- ance should be freely and fairly discussed. While we have claimed and exercised the right of speaking1 our own opinions we have never denied or refused it to others. As to the argu- ment of the " Citizen of Montgomery" drawn from the provisions of the Tyler treaty we maybe allowed to remark thut by the ruiific.-r tion of that treaty the United States would have performed a conclusive net which with the resolutions upon which you have animadvert- ed with so much severity anddndignation but take it for granted the first section is correct- ly quoted by yourself in the following words: the Congress of the United States 'doth con- sent that the territory included within and rightfully belonging to theRepublie of T...

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- ;V$ vV" W 16 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. April 10 iIvF MR. McLEOD'S SPEECH On tke bill for tke reduction of the Tariff de- livered in tke Hbuse of Representatives January jS8i845. Mr. Speaker In addition Sir to the bill read by the Clerk there was another intro- duced bj mpself which was also made the special order of the day in connection with this bill. I do not ask for that bill to be placed in connection with this with any hope of carrying it into a law at the present ses- sion. I wish however to ascertain the senti- ments of the House with regard :o the reduc- tion proposed by the bill from the Senate and it will be desirable to me even to obtain that much towards the reduction contemplated by myself. But 1 deem it my privilege and my ' duty at this time to state the reasons which have induced me to propose a reduction of du- ties to ten per cent ad valorem upon all arti- cles that now pay more than ten per cent. leaving the duties upon others as they now are. It seems to me Sir...

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