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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 March 1837

js-vrr- f - ji .2M . ; ; - - r- . cr- - ijui. -rf USS? && ' m& &- v r-gc 'i, r , f1 x5- sstsw-- ns. e -r- 3 T- as . r ,'&- ci i;a-2u!?se;B- Tit. j " i -4rX- - trJ . - ' . & -r." t jlgrut vih,& A Jf B TE X A &ISIER 5.VNh H.NO. 9. WE GO POR OUR COUNTRY. "WHOMB WUMBER ! published by g. & t. h. bordenj public; printers. - COiimnSIA, TUESDAY, MAKCM 7, 1837. TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. &'&&&& , " " Correspondence of the Baltimore Chronicle. I MDiTARY COURT OF INQUIRY. Frederick, Jan. 12, 1837. The court met at 11 o'clock all prosent. Capt. Ethan Allen Hitchcock was examined. Qfies. Were you with general Gaines in the late Indian cam- paigns; and in what capacity? Ans. On the 18th January, 1836, general Gaines appointed me acting assistant adjutant general. He subsequently superceded the or- der conferring onume that rank, by issuing another, appointing me in- spector general. I continued with general Ga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 March 1837

r -r V v &. w f - a i v V " TELEGRAPH. COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1837. We congratulate"1 our felIow-citizen3 upoa the present prosper ous condition of our country; which now displays its independence upon a foundation which can never be shaken by the utmost exertions of tyranny. Let our hearts overflow with gratitude to the Being, from whom, every blessing flows, that we are permitted, even upon the first anniversary of our national birth day, to behold our beloved country standing forth in the lofty rank of enlightened nations, clothed in the im- posing robes of sovereignty and independence, unsullied by one dishon- oring stain. From each section of our land the joyful voice of industry is heard, blending with the martial strains which are pealing from those gallant bands which still linger around the one starred banner, and whose unyielding constancy a nation's gratitude shall repay. From the banks of the La Bacca, from the upper water of the Colorado, the Brazos and Trinity...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 March 1837

'3s? ."J 4 Another particular convention, signed at the. same date as the pre- J sent treaty, relative to adenniuve rule Detween tne contracting pcuuua, iain the like manner approved, and will be ratified in the .same form, and in thefameiime and jointly. Asr 10- The present treaty shall be ratified in good and due form andjthe ratifications shall be exchanged in the space of six months after the date of the signature by the raisisters plenipotentiary, or soon- Gr SfSthwhetcof, the respective plenipotentiaries have signed these articles in the French and Jiinglisn languages, aecianug, ui- tHeless, ihat the present treaty was originally agreed to in the til u i m. onrl imvp. thereunto Dut their seals. KB Done at Paris, the tenth day of Floreal, in the eleventh year ot ii.. x'-u mnnhip nnrt tun .iiiin aoru. iovo. 1 -pn-RF-RT T?. T.TVTNGSTON. Tl.s.1 JAMES MONROE, . s. BARBE MARBOIS. i. s. TREATY OF AMITY, SETTLEMENT, AND LIMITS, BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND HIS CATH- OLIC M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 March 1837

,ar$r?. "V M We sincerely trust, that the time wflTsoon arrive, wKff white-robed peace; revisiting the delightful Prairies of ourbelavedcoimtry,wiil point with conscious pride to'many"tf domestic picture" like the follow ing: ii TV From a late English Poem. A DOMESTIC PICTURE. Fondly familiar is the look she gives ' As he returns, who forth so lately went, 5 For they together pass their happy lives ; And many a tranquil evening have they spent, Since, blushing; ignorantly innocent, She vowed with downcast eyes and changeful hue, To love him only. Love fulfilled hath lent Its deep xepose; and when he meets her view, Q-Her soft look only says, "I trust and I am true." Scattered like flowers, the rosy children play; Or round her chair a busy crowd they press ; But, at the Father's coming, start away, ' With playful struggle for his loved caress, And jealous of the one he first may bless. ' To each a welcoming word is fondly said; " r He bends and kisses some; lifts up the less; f Admir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1837

r 4. -'&. f" &&&&. 'AM- r JS 'l-kfc,. 'J '' 4 j'"'?5? f tf 'e . ti i. i PUBLISHED BY B)RDE?n a . &k "V 3IOOREJ PUBXlCPilNl'BS. f ( $j BMBIA,aPWESDAY. r TERMS, 5 PER ANN, IN ADViFCS. J ADVERTISING, USUAIBPRICES. I .,i 9EARGBL 14, 1837, t x . - Jft .i, . ..J 1 - iTrsJs k-'sk- i-H-w -fc-WfiF' ifiiPF Mf'-pHP'-fiSisii' liSK Mmsi HgW apes lev ' '-.'. : K i at we- " -. aaer'i "et-sii ev: f ?:--.:. z vr--. ih niHiniHix szMi-r-A&' wrnii nninBr - ri iw . um miioki teni 1 1 iaHOiiTt r j xzdH w k, : ' , , C ,. vw r r jf Tftgir TfiMir TiiiMrTiTi niiiwIiWtfrll ilntlf rawwuR m e-m fr 4 .. BT-4 'TE' A-B ' Rip tt-f S T E:R. VCl TOIi. Bb-mzO. . ?. MVEGoVoiouRcoMTRY. M WHOXiE OTMBEB. 69.$gfi vK ' f . . - - - , " M . - !T r W J 1: . ." JVom poinaicrcial Bulleim.' ' could Tjo accommodated at a time. Those of Dioclesianjfcnoweverj sur- ExTHAORDDrRr Balioon TiiAYi.i. 'Mw Mr. Grejerti Ihe propno- pasaed.' i ''rest in size '-and sumptuousnessqffdecoratfon? "Forty- tor of the grea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1837

SWS- 5WM &? -"g - li"3 VV' TELEGRAPH,. COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 14? 1837. to make such disposal of the different may be deemed expedients,. "Resolved, That the following ratejbil be observed bv the different ferrymen in t FJ2RRY AT VEJLSCO,ralefcs follows; ferries in this countv. aS'by iiinrk lie nowthc sole riank v . ' J. 1 ductus? tojaiporr oi 3ajety tx aiierwarut - Pofperriaae be csIablisBcdo U&clgwWcK'odorn yoarriUgO. bwrfrotn,c ioa hiscountv: - - "4 looseaftlfso meat labor. in the bosom f jour . v . EachPerson, A - 12i cents. .' -J&k v , We are authorized to announce major R. E. Handy as a candidate '"'"Sbr C3' -'PiSl of the militia for this district. J& Wc are authorized to announce captain P.R.Splane as a candidate v Colonel of the regiment of this district. ' rJf; We are authorized to announce Robert D. Moorej as a candidate for Colons!, of the regiment for this district. , TIk untiring assiduity of our postmaster general, having at length &wceeied in re-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1837

:T s ff I i hen. formerly the whole growth of this article was confined to the States of Virginia and Maryland, 'whereas, at thepresent time, in addi- tion, to those two States, considerable quantities are grownin Kentucky, Ohio und Tennessee, which, together with PennsylvaniaConnecticut, -Indiana and Missouri, united, are estimated to produce nearly, if not Suite, as much more. Still the exports have seldom exceeded yu,uuu hogsheads, and 3,000,000 pounds o manufactured; the whole of the sur- plus being consumed within the United States, keeping down the exports to-hearlv what thev were in 1790. , , During the tfireetyears immediately prece'dmg the French ryolu-1 tion, the annual average exports irom the UnitecLptates were iii,vav a i it aogsheads, and of manufactured?112,260 pounds. Trom the year 1793 to 1800, inclusive, the a "i i " ivear 1yoto louu, inclusive, me average,aiiiiu.ii bauui io were 70,30S hogsheads, and of manufactured about 200,000 pounds. Tor the yearl80:Une export...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1837

r i ik t?vt vji 8& v -iaS! " " jl f3m"TamsQpacsoTtlic. uios t reiharkable,antiquities 'THERE IS A. HOPE.-' i There is a hope, and 'tis fadeless and bright, As the star that gleams through' the moonless nignu "No cloud can obscure it no storm can destroy Its brilliance and beauty, its rapture and joy; For it beameth afar, in a lovelier clime, Beyond the commotions and tempests of time. The pages of prophets and bards, by whose lyres " Jehovah hath spoken, were lit by its fires ; And,chosen apostles, who fearlessly trod Li the pathway of faith arioVthe footsteps of God, Beheld, through the vista of doubt and dismay, v This beacon of triumph illumine their way. . Ti3 the hope of that better and brighter shore, , "Where the perils'and partings of life are o'ei t Wfiere the fountains of gladness will never run dry . - 'Where the tear shall be wiped from the mourner's eye, Andvhere'the'sad blightings of sorrow at last Shalljfeeem likVa fancy-fonn'd dream of the past. fT From the Bosto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 March 1837

F 3U "4 T 1 li-e- if REGISTER . l.-: TOIi. H. NO.&3U a &h VELABOR FOR. OUR COUNTLT. WHOZE NUMBER 63. 1 A ! ??LISHED BY BQDEfr & MOORED " JCUilIBm, TUESBAT, StARtR'Sl, 1837. W"1, - PIJBUC PRINTERS. t . ' ,K TERMS, $5 PER ANN., .IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. ofc f5 ,i '? rk ar From ifie Norwich Advocate. THE TRAITOR. , A. TAXE OP JHE REVOLUTION. fgL Therp is something of tendersadness in the emotions with which Jecall die days that are past. The land of time seemstb have mel- Jjveii UKUniS WIIICD SUuUUWUlUl uie uiuiurea ui ucjuu icu oi-uura, aim bose incidents which when present, we deemed to be trifling, assume a allowed character, when beheld through the vista of by-gone years. t3sihis feelingiwhich leads us to view circumstances in 'the history of H . -! c .1 ... . , 1 1 1 ,11 1 J jZ'OUT roreratners wiu interest ana wnen we snail nave passea away, an- pd look with a cu-blfeo1i0t iAe SDan of existence.. It is this., desire of beinsimmortalized in the 'memory of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 March 1837

W27 r u s-sS'J TELEGRAPH. COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1837. " We am authorised to announce that George M. Casey late a cap tain in the Texas army, is a candidate for colonel of militia of this dis- Mr. John MiShreeves is a candidate for major for the county of Brazoria. "Doctor "Wm. H. Magee, formerly of Col. Fannin's regiment, is proposed by his friends as a candidate for colonel of this regiment, and Vill be supported by MANY VOTERS. Extract of a letter received at the Merchants' Exchange, dated Waflhinorton. March 4th. 1837. "The resolution to acknowledge tlie inde- pendence of Texas, passed the senate and house of representatives, and was signed by president Jackson on thethird ori?Iarch.j Alchee Labranche, Es'q., speaker of the house.of representatives of Louisiana, has been appointed minister to Texas. z The above intelligence is confirmed by a letter from the minister plecipotenliary at Washington city, dated the 4th instant. Gen. Hunt states that he believes the signing of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 March 1837

T . ' aI?' GeD Husfon FichIy deserves a high reward ftexas, 1 look upon it with more real fear and apprehension, than I would and the ineilsof Teas, toamind Iltfiliic nnnnnl l U !, Ur.tc ? TWr, m-iwhintr in mnrtinl nrrpv. nnd T finrnflStlv ineiuiijiree odvoluntaryjipplauseofhis companions in arms fwhom pray and hope that the people of Teas,will with their moral force and Jie nas been fcsociated in common dangers and privations. T times energy, andgn the immutable principles of self defence, check its dread- i:r, u . . ----"fe u uhvuik imp lueuresnt, in SCCnes rite With riifKrMlf,-Q J r..n ! l,nf man exhibits ihnself in his true and undissembled character- P weak- ness betrays, tself,-selfishness -rulesambition assumes' fuigbty Jf r.in ' , ., . -"" " auuicormi lojn, ana an me vices which flesh is heir to, giWongand terrible, or mm reveas a I a ih nnnui: ,-.. ij . wt. tu l,nntl ni; " -li.- a :Vrr9 4anesoiniSl3re. wUww.v uuuve tuut uic iiaiae oi tfellT iusu "., or mm reveals an an the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 March 1837

it 1 . vSr' -&. THE STARS. I walk abroad at midnight, and my eye, Purged from its sensual blindness, upward turns And wanders o'er the dark and spangled sky, Where every star, a fount of being, burns, And pours out life, as Naiads, from their urns, Drop their refreshing dew on herbs and flowers : I gaze until my fancy's eye discerns, Asr.in an azure hall, the assembled powers Of'nature spend in deep consult those solemn hours. Methinks I hear their language but it sounds Too high for my conception, as the roar Of thunder in the mountains, when it bounds Prom peak to peak; or on the echoing shore The tempest-driven billows bursting pour, And raise their awful voices; or the groan Rumbling in .Etna's entrails, ere its store Of lava spouts its red jets ; or the moan Of winds that war within their caverned walls of stone. And there is melody among those spheres, A music sweeter than the vernal train, Or fay notes, which the nymph-struck shepherd hears, Where moonlight dances on the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 March 1837

ri w, IV fc". . kits-"- t ?. 35: ir ,.-$ " & t . ii. wo. ia.- WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. WMO&EjPIJIflBER 64. 4 ' PUBLISHED BY BORDEN & MOORE J - PUBLIC PRINTERS. j COILUMBlA, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1887. TERMS, $5 PER ANNLN ADVANJDE ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES W B TEXAS RECJ-ISTI2M l DOCUMENTS BELATIYE TO THE POLITICAL COXDlTIOr orTEXAS, DUKESG THE COHMEJCCE- 3EEIST OF THE WAH. Committee-room, San Felipe de Austin, October 8, 1835 J Twelve o 'clock at night.) The committee of safety for the jurisdiction of Austin, in conjunc- torn with other committees in different parts of the country, say to their fellow citizens: that The time has now arrived when it behoves every friend to his country to be up and doing. Intelligence of the most interesting and important character has just reached this committee from the canip of our conntrymen. Colonel Ugartechea is on his march from Bejar with 500 men,Jtoj3vernin ougjgountry. They come, to, make us yiekl en unconditional anutsiayish-anbmis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 March 1837

r- T uasssG?- rl -' -s -TELEGRAPH. COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1837. fell 9 We are authorized'to announce John Fisher as a candidate for rep- resentative from Gonzales. We learn that several vessels have arrived lately at the ports of Galveston Velasco and Matagorda, with many families who have emi- grated forlthe purpose of settling in Texas. We trust that our citizens in welcoming them with their accustomed hospitality, will he regardful of the truth, that landed property is invariably enhanced in value m proportion tcgthe increase of the population, and will consent to dispose ofisuch portions of their lands as their interest will permit them, to spare upon such liberal terras as may induce others soon tofoHow in the train of these enterprismgjndividuals. -The generous resident who'bestows half his sitio upon one hundred actual settlers may consider that he has made a clear profit of five-fold upon his real estate. One quarter ofShe'sitio which contains a hundred inhabitants, is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 March 1837

'-ssjiNSSsa k-gPSW, :"; ?a ?,v ?- i of their country's confidence, and by a consciousness of their inability adequately 6ftlischarge the duties of an office so difficult and exalted, how muCu.-laarj JUSt. wese couuuerauuus uucul uue, wiiu cuu reiy uu uu sutu clkmsaCifswr or forbearance. Unlike all who have preceded me, the revo- tion&agIeve us existence as one people, was achieved at the period of my birth"; and, whilst I contemplate with grateful reverence that memorable event. I feel that fbelong to a later age, and that I may not expectmy countrymen to weigh my actions with the same land and partial hand. So sensible fellow citizens, do these circumstances press themselves upon me, that I should not dare to enter upon my path of dut', did I not look for the gen- erous aid of those who will be associated with me in the various and co-ordinate branches of the government; didl not repose, -with unwavering reliance, on the patriotism, the intelligence, and the kindness, of a peop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 March 1837

r'rw'f- m i C , Awful Teagedy in Fka:ce. Looking over a file of French; Hefspapersfor the'first part of December, we encountered a narrative of a most appalling scene which occurred in the garrison, town of Van- nace, in Brittainy, on the 5th of December. It appears according to the La Breton, th'e paper from w hence we translate, that the sub-lieutenants of the 56"regiment of the line, arein the habit of taking their meals to- gether in a private room at the canteen. On the unfortunate occasion alluded to, all of them were seated at breakfast, when one of the party, .a Mr. Severac, who generally lived on bad terms with his brother offi- a cersj suddenly jumped from his place, seized his sabre, which lay in a corner of the room, and attacked his defenceless comrades with incon- ceivable fury, wounding three of them dangerously, three mortalty, and several others more 'or less severely. The first three having with diffi- 1 culty .crawled from the apartment to require the assistance o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 April 1837

ST . jjf?sr ? L- I S T E R TOIi. II. NO. 13. WHMMLE NUMBER 65. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. V PUBLISHED BY BORDER & MOORE, PUBLIC PRINTERS. J TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. COLUMBIA, TUESBA1T, APRII, 4, 1837. MB TEXAS HEft -- DOCUMENTS RELATIVE TO TIE POLITICAL CONDITION OF TEXAS, AT THE C03DIENCE- 3IENT OF THE WAR. CIRCULAR From Hie committee of safety of the jurisdiction of Austin. All are aware of the present movements of olunteeis towards the western frontiers. For the information of every one, this committee deem it proper to state as briefly as possible, the leading- facts which have given rise to this excitement. When the circular of this committee, under date of the 19th ult. was issued, information of an unquestionable character had been re- ceived here as to the marching of soldiers from Bexar, to some short period within the limits of the colonies. The object appeared to be the apprehension of certain citizens, among whom Don Lorenzo de Za- val...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 April 1837

f TELEGRAPH. COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1837. We intend continuing the re-publication of the documents relating to the situation of the country, at the commencement of the war, as published in the first numbers of the Telegraph, issued previous to the destruction of the press at Harrisburg. Our readers will excuse us for feikingvthis liberty, when they consider that most of the old files of the Telegraph, have been either destroyed by the Mexicans, or lost in the confusion attending the invasion. These articles will be useful abroad, in furnishing evidence of the events which led to the rupture with Mex- ico, -and of the true grounds upon which we rested the justice of our causes and at home in displaying to our children, some of the brightest examples of republican virtue, which may stimulate them to imitate the noble achievments of their fathers, should fortune ever place them in like circumstances. Nor will they be uninteresting even to those who largely participated in tho dang...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 April 1837

I " of emigrant3 and banished officers, wailing an opportunity to invade 41 thedep'artment of La Libertad. "? A meeting of the foreign diplomatic and consuler agents in Lima, had been invoked by the protector, the result of which was a long corres- pondence, and the resolution of those gentlemen to request their gov- ernments to interfere for the purpose of effecting an amicable arrange- ment between Peru and Chili. Ceneral Santa Cruz has issued a de- cree qualifying provisionally, as ports of entry for foreign commerce, the harbors of Pucusana, Lachira, Chorillos, Ancon, and Chancay, in the department of Lima, and Lambreque and Sechura in the depart- ment of La Libertad. Aline of whaleboats has been established to convey letters between Buenos Ayres and Montevideo. fc-r The "harvest had commenced on the 24th of December, and the crop promises to be most abundant, but there was a want of hands to gather it. The British Packet proposes that soldiers may be allowed to assist. Eight sq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 April 1837

I 0 THE BEAUTY OF LIBERTY. "In all things that have beauty, there is nothing to man more comely than Liberty?'' Mtltox. When the dance of the shadows at day-break is done, And the cheeks of the morning are red with the sun; When he sinks in his glory at eve from the view, And calls up the planet to blaze in the blue; ' There is beauty. But where is the beauty to see, More proud than the sight of a nation when free? "When the beautiful bend of the bow is above, Like a collar of light on the bosom of love, When the moon in her mildness is floating on high, Like a banner of silver hung out in the sky, There is beauty. But earth hath no beauty to see, More proud than the front of a nation when free? In the depth of the darkness, unvaried in hue, When the shadows are veiling the breast of the blue; When the voice of the tempest at midnight is still And the spirit of solitude sobs on the hill, There is beauty. But where is the beauty to see, Like the broad beaming brow of a nation when fr...

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