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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 31 October 1835

i66o66&0--Slain not certained. "4th war began 1758 cost 111000000. Slain 250000. "5th. American war began J77o cost 139 millions. Nam two hundred and fifty uiousand. "Gfh. Last war began 1783 cost 7 hundred and fifty mil- lions; Slain 2 millions amongst all the bclligernnts. "At the conclusion of the 'war which ended in 1G07 the National Debt was 21 5 hun dred millions. At the conclu-' '. Sionofthe last war in 1815 the National Debt amounted to no less than one thousand and fifty millions." London .1 imcs. -gMg uimat i'A-wemj HR.4ZORIA:::::: TEXAS OCTOBER 81. :IS33. Owing to ovr receiving important do- cuments from ihc United States con- cerning Texas o postpone the inser tion of Mr. Otis' Aieech on the A.oli- .tion . question antil .next week. J v- Our readers and the public -generally will please excuse the Editorial department of our pauer this week as the Editor is absent "fighting the battles of our country. We regret that no measures have been adopted by -which the people ...

Publication Title: Texas Republican, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 31 October 1835

POETRY. -THE PARTING'OF SUMMER. .BY MRS.jnEJIANS. Thou'rt bearing hence thy rose Glad Summer fare -thee well! Thou'rt singing thy last melodies In every wood and dell. But in the golden sunset Of thy latest lingering day Oh! tell me o'er this chequered earth How hast thou passed away? Brightly sweet Summer brightly Thine hours are floated by. To the joyous birds of the woodland boughs The ranges of the sky. : And brightly in the forests r lo the wi d ueer wand ring tree: And brightly 'midst the garden-flowers Is th happy murmuring bee. But how to human bosoms. With all their hopes and fears And thoughts that make them eagle- wings To pierce the unborn years' Sweet Sumir.erho the captive Thou hast flown in burning dreams Of the woods with a!! their whispering ' leaves And their blue rejoicing streams To the wasted and the weary On the bed of sickness 'bound In s ift delicious fallacies Th it changed with u pry sound. To the sailor on the billows In 'ongmgs wild and ain For the gushin...

Publication Title: Texas Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 31 October 1835

f ! to day. I have so much td do that I can spare no time to read' it. Discontinue my paper if you please from this date. Times! i arc so dull l must rctrencn. Six pence a-week comes to as whole-dollar in three months. Stop sending our paper. Fa thcr's gone to the SouWest Indies and mother writes Inn. all the news. Don't send anymore papers j to Peter Grievous up in the ' country. ! But who .pays his hill? He j is three years in arrears.. Well 1 can't help il. You'd i belter-write to him again. May I be he'll pay if he can. That name in the marriage last week was'nt spelt right. It should have been Alehitable nor Mehitibcl.- Just alter -it CXT TIME. O :o oc sure -if we hit a belle we'll apologize. Mister printer my great un cle 'Joseph died three weeks ago and vo? never noticed it. 'ULiiillO 1UI lilt! Upprulllru- How siioukl 1 record the sion and delivery of the said event without being furnished oftenciors or Four IJundrcd with the necessary particulars? Dull thought you knew eve r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 31 October 1835

their .conduct towards the persons on board both beforo and after the unfor- tunate circumstance. A part of the mca determined to re- main'with the vessel and the balance determined torciurn to their homes s On the Glli while proceeding up the beach on-our way home we heard con- siderable firing which was doubtlcs between the San Felipe on shore anc the Montezuma as the San Felipe lu;c fair for defence. ANNUAL ELECTION . Of Municipal OHicors for the Ju. risdiction of Columbia will tuke place in the several Electoral Precincts on the second Sunday aud .Monday of December next; the polls will be open-; ed on 'each day from 1U to 12 and from 2 to 4 o'clock. At Brazoria lion. Edmund Au drews will preside. " ' Velasco Oomisario J. Brown. " Caney Creek at the House oJ R. II. Williams who will preside. " Cedar Luke at the house o! D. F. M'Kmney C. II. Bennett Esq. will preside. " East of the Brnzosat the house of Elijah Cabell . who wiil preside " Chocolate Bjvou William liar ris will pres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 14 November 1835

THE STRPJ& I Vol. H. Brazoria Saturday November 14 1835. No. 61. WAcl .TRTTliTWTBTtATrf9iA.l 4-LS LKA4JZIsL VS 4S4a4l4iSLAIa j TTIIE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED - AND' PUBLISHED BY And will be printed every Sat- urday at "$5 per annum if paid rat the end of six months or -$.7 if not paid until the expi- rration of the year. No discontinuance will be .-allowed except at the end of the year and. not then until all arrearages arc paid. Advertisements of twelve iines or under $1 for the first inser- tion and half tiiat price for .-each continuance longer ones in proportion No advertise-1 inciit will be withdrawn until paid for but will be continued at the expense ofthe advertise. f5"AII coramiinicilions of personal mlura Mill be chanri-d for the same as advertise- lucnls. DECLARATION - Of the People of Texas in General Convention-assembled. Whereas General Antonio Xopez de Santa Anna and other mill tary chieftains have by force of arms overthrown the federal institutions of Mexico tttnd d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 14 November 1835

'jLti-r: reud sqiaraloly and sundry am- :nis made were iidoptcu. motion of It: R. lloyall lolvcd. 'MuiUiuisball-be the. duty secretary-lo take "ehnreerof the Rrs ntid records of the committee of Sfn) ntthe luriHdtCtlOnol AUSllOrlMO- .. . . . 'J ... . - .. .-Vi. vide a copy oi lhercsoiuuons 01 vu- i.tmion -iKo" tifim-rs :ind records of the council and keep them till called for "bv the competent authority. 'E'sulvcdTuni the secretary he au KH uiutiiMi "t .. thorized toproelite the necessary sta1 tionarv for t!ie use of this house audi charge it to the General Convention PROCEEDINGS -OF THE -GENERAL COUNCIL OFTEXAS. REPORT Of the committee oik mail routes and Cjnscj-.icnl rcsolulifas of tlia General Couhctl. The committee- to whom the subject of ma. ro.ucs wa refiSrrediijiort ihr.i. dijr4.iirine pieseiu interesting jionod m Jio a flairs of 'Texas.' i.icitmes oi eon.iiii;nicalion between the dillerent parts ot mo country ao all ini oriunt and the best inercsls of ihe people ckaig requir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 14 November 1835

T ? lev " "fr. ' - It A) 1' 1. - 9G? ..j B uako ait a.- t ax AS- IsOVK.ijii2Ifr 14 :::::::::::::::::::133. iT3".r-Trr.THVT'r f"rnTn"irrT'rHT-r-"- .t. m Tiie ecnoja.e.PtLouisiaiKi Caut. Mint ley tii lived on Tiio-.ii.iy Ironi New. Orleans with c hundred and f.th; pasaeligeis" anio.g wuorn was our lel- !iw i:ra.ioti'it.bun MiIiS iwjr. i'nure tviru on board uiiriy Volunteers irom Motuie wcii cloitiu'i ai'Kieu :uiu piUluL-(J tor it Sl lllUi.i'.a Cilllljiulgll. WiKjie o.ir oih.oiis wii.da a.l in then -ortci to render Siieni eomtoita ble ana l.icililato their liauspurliUiL.ii to camp as uioy ure ail aniuus to. f.g.'u. i'noy report 2u.l in New-Or- JCailS tt'alilllg ail 01'iU.lll.lt.y to conic. Jl U)jic.ira wia. out Wai lias not aiopici Oiii.iunoi. as iheie aio rtCnC la. al- lies uii ooaru itia Jj j.usiaiia. Ailgaea on weii. We recjiiiuijna to our readers the tateutive peiual ol tiie atiutcs? ol ti.e I'resiOiil utt.ie ojiio.io.i silica vni ue louiul III lo-u j a jmpei iiie iroUiietiO!i ieti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 14 November 1835

'& - 3 I-- -v J .V .a rw?!' iy - HZ j-KJ X yf 15 fF h I ! s. & f. - i h 1 ly ' r51 M w aid m T O M E L A N C 11 O L Y. TiiEEn is a charrn. Ho joys bestow JNor rank nor wealth impart 'Tiswhcn the tear is" stealing slov; ' ' And softly sighs the heart. - Ott have 1 watched the evening sky; 4 Ii2n rose thcsilvcr bow - JMv bosom heaved I knew not -why And tuars began to lion! '- Oh then I thought that mirth was fol- ly Thirtu was the'eharm sweet- mclau. choly. Ye heartsJ-of stone who 'think no bliss s Can glis-tcn in a tear - "Who think the iove who sighs a kiss Int.ipiii and revere. - . . . .AlU i.o er was turned on you ye cold Ttic cold tlie tender ec " '-The warmest love that e'er was told Vi'us breathed upon a sigh. ' Mirth is deceit and laughter folly$ " Bliss wafts the sigh of MKAAxe-noi.r. o ON TIME. Br it. s. eornS.". Grey-headed thief lsueath fhy feet What num'-rous '"spoil appt-ar! There bleedss the locks of- -maiden sweet- There rusts the conq'-rors sycar: Ye? Yer 'nc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 6 January 1836

2 esday January 6 1838. 2Vo. ""BBBBSgWfMBfcM -' ... JVtiW nnnna 'Ttiirn - - "w"' -T C r USK vinfr left this Z. uuar?a M five fAVE Jusfreceived fom faM New-York per schoon Cn iS" wbeh Pei 'Elizabeth Jane a very ex ncte5Se7onc-f e fourth nsive assortment of - fc addi lion to a c0Dv r th EW AND SEASON A BJ P ttnrr markodNu. 1 17 "l""1'"1?. sags a- --bSES"- s All of which they offer for sale GcneraI c"s MS$tor h ' by th. Bale Cas7e of Pi.1- New Orleans prices for crash. K -ft-Si1!1; P' Also a full assortment "of fash Leen !& ' Umthad onable ready made snmmnr ciommg. . iJueuuns pocket v. t hrir hl ... i .-r . "i L ' ""ows ana Oueilin pis- Maft medicine chests for and duelling nis J plantations. FALL OF BEXAR AND SURREN- DER OF GENERAL COS!! J Head Quarters Volunteef Army Bexar; Deceubek 14 1835 To his Excellency the Provisional Governor of Texas. Sir: 1 have the'satisfaction to enclose a copy of colonel Johnson's account of the storming and surrender of San An- tonio de Bexar to whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 6 January 1836

1 - ' . tft.. i."-3"l VA "s town was seconded by a well directed I fthe cannonading from the camp was fire from the Ataino which for a time exceeding heavy from all quarters du prove a cd the posibiiity of covering ring the day but did no essential dam our lines or effectias a safo'commu'ui- aee. - cation between the two divisions. In Our loss consisted of one -captain se- consequence of the twelve plunder hav. riously WLunded and 3 privates severe. ingbecu dismounted and the want of. ly. At 7 o'clock F. M. the party in proper cover for the other gun; litttc Zambano's row were reinforced by executienvas done by our artillery du- captains Swisher Alley Edwards and' riug the da Wo were th rcfore re Duncan and their respectivo company from oar rifles which notwithstanding the advantageous pusitkn of the enemy obi'gcd tliu in to slacken their lire and 'scvera' times to abandon their artillery within the range of our shot. Our loss during this day uas one private hilled one colonel and o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 2 March 1836

JS5--V M Ssibsy THE TEXAS REPUBLIC AN v I vol jj. Wednesday March 2 lb36. No. J Jt -s r PROSPECTUS Foh Pcblisiixxo is tub Town op WjlSlIINfcTOX A. MISCELLANEOUS Newspaper to be jbxtitxxd feWow CUizcns:rr-The fact lliat Was- aingiqp has been designated as. I lie -place for the assembling of the Con ventioo next spring tne fact that irom its handsome situation and central po virion there is a rong probability of its becoming the fcture capital ot i ex- as. The fact that -you have a deep interest in being correctly informed of all the doings of the Convention and the legislatures that may hereafter its at this place; and the fact that there is no printing press here to give you that information are the gropuds upon which we ask and expect your patrou are. But as the .Press is calculated to 'lo much evil as -well as good .and as we have no opinions that we are unwil- Jin" should be known we deem it pro- 'per to make so far as the limits ot a -i.rospectus will admit a disclosure of the o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 2 March 1836

TEXAS Pexpects every man to do his DUTY. San Felipe Fes. 28th 1336. TO THE CITIZENS OF BRAZORI V I send you by Express the latest in- formation from San Antonio the Gov i ernor s can ana tae proceedings ot tue meeting at San Felipe: from these you will learn tho ucessity for your services the call that is made upon you and upon what your f dlow citi- zens in this place are doing. I know that you will not he backward in af- fording 3'our country tho assistance that sho demands. I advise all that live in the upper part of the J.urisdic. lion who can procure horses to leave i mnediafely for Gonzales the remain- der rendezvous at Velasco on the 8th proximo; at which place and time!' havecugaged Capt; Grayson to be roady with the steani boat Laura to transport all who are disposed to as- sist their country to the westward. I consider it unnecessary to make an ap- eil torour patriotism as the inform mat ion fom Bexar speaks louder Than words. JOHN a. whvrton; Adjutant General. Kv2c itivc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 2 March 1836

themselves they cannot resist the foe we appeal to your magnanimity; we' Implore you for succor; ami we earn s .estly entrcat.that j'our succor might be speedy. .Unless it is Texas and her citizens and her liberties and her hopes are forever gone. ror ourselves we will abandon the .contest only with our lives and then .earnestly appeal to all every one to do Jiis duty to his country and leave the .consequences to .God. Moselv Bilker F. J. Starr J. A. Wharton W. R. Hensley P. B. D -ster J. Fletcher J. Cochrane The coavnittee J. R. Jones Alex. Ewing A. Somerville J.' II. Money Thos. Gay. also reports the ibliowin" icsolutions: Resolved That a committee of three .persons be appointed a s'nudin"- com- jnit'eo whose duty it shall be to solicit individual subscriptions for the purpose of procuring provisions anim-miltons &c for the use of the country. Resolved That said committee for. .Wdid as soon as possible provis-ons of L .every kind to G inz.iies; also ammuni tion:" arms fcc. ReS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 2 March 1836

- NOTICE. TY order oi Colonel Commandant ' Fannin of the Texian Army. I shall make my head quarters at the rendezvous near Velasco on the Bra zos river when all persons will report accordinly. JOHN CHAFFIN. 1st Lieut. la Regiment of Artillery. Fresh Ctoods HJWHY &. LUSK H AYE just received and are now 8amo immediately. JXotice. DR. ANSON JONES respectfully informs the public that he will relinquish the practice of the profes. sion except in consultation and in ca- esd where 'previously expressly enga- ged. Those 'who may wish to avail themselves of his services are request- ed to make arrangements agreeably to the above notice Alf persons indebted to him in book account are also earnestly requested to mke arrangements for closing the opening a very jreneral assort ment of Goods calculated for HOMfc no.4:n rnmnrisin(r in Dart the following articles all of which they will ofier for sale on very reasonable terms For Cash. Point Rose and Duffle Blankets English Merino's and Bombazet...

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