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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 June 1844

' ioH'CPUTOTPItlGES CURRENT. " ' Corrected -vVerifilyi'foi Ii6 Telegraph. -.'.' KslBY SHACKELFORD SAMPSON .&-C0. ' ARTICLES. From ALE & PORTER pr. bbl. !&PPLESf do BAGGING Dundee p. yd 3lliE ROPE per lb. arf!j5Kentacky Bagging - Manilla - - - - -. 'BREAD per lb. ."Pilot - TKavy - BUTTER per lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm GfcLEKSfcr per lb. - A COFFEE perlb. -" CIDER per bbl. -- CORN per bushel -'(30TTON; jer lb: .- FLOUR new per bbl. -4JFISH per bbL :JJ Mackerel No. 1 -Herring per box - Cod per box - -GLASS per box .. Window 8 by 10 -' - 10 by 12 - -EFFG GUN POWDER per keg. Uj'Rifle canister - - - -IRON per ton - - - 'Sweeds English American rolled - -do hammered. - -LARD per lb. - - - -- LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar -LEVIE per bbL - - -XU&1BER per Mfeet 'Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon per gallon Linseed -JBperm ------ . POTATOES per bbl. PROYISIGISS; per bbl. Beef No. 1 - - - - - cargo - - - - Pork mess - - - - - " cargo - - - - Tjacon hams per lb. - - . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 June 1844

e r1 TJbRJB$- $5 in advance. JPu&lished Weekly. or $T at the cadoi' U3:tXrvear:t y ." v - . I ... - -V hvi RTTjOBUGER & JMGQBE. PUBLISHED BY C-R-U-GER & MOORE. TERMS. Soesoiiptiox. per 12 months or 52 numbers -" rf - Sc g - 26 " - - - -"j - " 3 " ' 13 " $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 " " single paper f - - - - - TtNd fcr2t will ba given for subscriptions. AavEBTisiHqf 1st insertion; - - per square $ I 00 " 2d and subsequent insertion " - - 50 ic ".. "Political cards each insertion - - 4 00 i' Announcement ol Candidates per anno't 10 00 A'diacount of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sheriff! on all leeal noticVs. Persons desirous of advertising. by the quarter can do so on the foliowiig terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of changing 2 sqnares each weelr per quarter S&; o squares changing 3 each weekg530 6aguares changing 4-each week 35. All advertisements sent without written instructions will un les soanr forbid-be inserted six months and charged accord- ingly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 June 1844

&? Ju&CiM -4L2ftt . most ma nificent of 'all human- .evils an 'army. The force.of the two most warlike monarchies of-Europejwere spread before me nearly one hundred and fifty thousand irconsSHb5the numberlessTol lowers of a host of the field eovcragngejjfiofbilkwhich encirced horizon. Wbilo-Ave were still at a cgnsdeable distance a gun vas iiredirpm the "central hill answered by others from the flanksrhe rolling of drums set the vast line in motion; andlWaTthe moment whence sun was lying on the edge of the west the brigades descending each from the height halted -on the .slope. The whole vast manoeuvre was executed with the.exaclness of a single mind. The blaze of the sumon tbatmy. the standards and tents crowding thebrW of thrills was magical. "Are they marching to battle?" was my amazed question to my companion.- His.onTy answer was to check t his charger take off his - shake "and bend his head to his saddle bow. A burst of universal harmony richer than I had ever yet conc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 June 1844

VwrtejTCJ - t-t--Mi'5: &&&. &33SBrr&sr-- MMLV3- r w rr i? m Mexico. AlLihe liquidated anaracknowiedged cldinjg; tie sajsTiave been paid. The progosition thenmade By Mt. Tyler is simply the very modest request that Santa Anna shalltjede to iBeU. States an area'of Territory nearly half the extent of the whole U Stalas anrlin.payraent take a receipt in full for all unliquidated claims 5 which as the Civilian justly Bays would be "to make concessions with- outanysonsideration" inasmuch asthese claims may never be established and may' therefore amount to nothing We .know not upon what authority the Civilian makes tbesestatements. It is altogether incredible that Presi-. dent Tyler should expect Santa Anna would voluntarily disgrace himself by acceeding to a proposition so discre- ditable to his sense so humiliating-to hisrpride and so in- jurious to the interests of his country. Such a proposi- tion would be equally dishonoralile'io President Tyler. The unappropriated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 June 1844

g tfrff&tQB Corrected OTee$lyJ'jfcr t&e Telegraph" BY SHACKELFORD SAMPON-&;t3p m - i .MVEEGBgr r9EW AEPORfER.jr.bbUip DO AiUSLtSS da m-GTG Dander (yl Kmtucky'BagrDg - Manilla - - - - - BREAD pet lb. Pilot - "Navji. ------ BUTTER 'per ik CANDLES ter lb. Sperm CHEESEperlb. - - - COFFEE'pTa: lb- - -rDER.per bbl. - --- 'CORN per bushel - - iGQT;i;pNperlb: - - - JllsQURT iwsy per bbl. -- PrSHribl MltEfeqrel No. lr - . - Herring; perTfox - -. CiI?per so - - - - -GHSSSperb5x -Window- 8 by 10r - - 0'bfl2j. - -- FFJSG GW POWBBB ":perkeg. - -- Bifle canister - - - lRONfpectori - - -. Sweeds1- - --3?--Engliih -" -. - '-t "American Tolled - - do hammered - -LA'RiJ.pefelb:- - - EEAD per 100 lbs. "Bar. .IMEper bbl.A- - -S LUMBER per M feet Bbardsjellow pine --.jvb.ite do - -. MOLASSES per gallon NAlLS; 2d.a 20d per lb. -OELSf per gallon Linseed Sperm ------ POT-ATOES per bM. PROVISIONS perbbl. "':BeefTsro.l - - - cargo ---. k && mess - ' - Bncon hams per lb. - - '- middlings -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 July 1844

v- &88ftM&& I I Ill III. IH M " Jri I yjBJKtJHCS' $5 iai advance. ! - H B CRCJOE2R & MOORE. i 1 1 111 i aa ri"f1y PUBLISHED BY CRTJGER &.MUUK.&. " TERES. SoBsoiirrioXj per 12 months or 52 numbers - go 00 6 " 26 " - 3 00 2 00 13 u it 3 k 13 '-r - single paper - - - ' T&Notredilr willlje given 'for subscriptions. ADTEaTismo.-lht insertion - - per square "v 2d and snbsequenf insertion " - i Pniiriral cardsi each insertion - Si oo 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 sheriffs on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the foliowia0" terms: Per. 4 squares with the privilege of chaneirie 2 squares each WeeTc per quarter $25 ; 5 squares -changing S"each week39'; 6quares changing 4 each week All advertisements sent without tonUsn instructions will un- lesssoonitTorbid be inserted mx months and charged accord- ingly jj; !ii l. :.Mrf.l . un tome No p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 July 1844

r w-"!" "mme '&- I. I ment or fau janity brandishes a heavy whin which with unrelenting fury"he- beslows on .Uiefshoaldep" othe In- ianwhbappens lo labolessBiljgenUy than hiipellows orwhoxixhausledby faligus endeavors to "snajchTh mo-meM'-srepose. Scarcely a moment- is allowed fjr thc lnonjjngmeal "an? Be-wlia pauses too long to satisfy the covings ofunpetite iscorapellecfj by blows to resume liisjpccupalion which-is continued without intermission -nr ntKor Tiifreclmpnt nntil dnrir. After the surf'is. down. tffeyare allowed-to' cease: and at that hour waljCfrom. J m&'neiQ to tne larm-nouse wuere luey ruruiy urrivujue- foreteni o'clock lo take their seamy repose upon the hard coTd'ground to be rpused on the morrow to severer labor. On many feast days they are compelled to perform gratuit- ous Tvorks (faena.) for half the day which is computed r from sunrise to three o'clock in the afternoon. No excuse jsadraitted to exempt them from labor ; they are not gup- posed to be liabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 July 1844

me&uWe..think .with faitti that (exclusive of the Judi- ciary) our Government ought not to cost us over S50TJ00 annually. Eveplhis sum we think will make ours a dear .Government ifits.value is to be estimated by the benefits l confers. Thererare' therefore but few points of differ- ence between us such as those in relation to Rumors the Armistice Indian Treaties and some other small matters. - Mr. Wyraan the-Ventriloquist has very politely favor- ed us 'with the fcllowingbncf description of some of the .anbsf'CXtraordinary personages on this continent. His profession has given him an intimate acquaintance with " them all having frequently exhibited in their company. He could doubtless add many-other similar prodigies to this catalogue. General Tom Thumb it is said is now exhibiting "before Glueen- Tictcria and her Court and singing Lucy Long to the tnne of about 82000 per week. His weight is said to be fifteen pounds. Mr. Prichard's Tveight is equal tothirty-five Tom Thumb's wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 July 1844

:ainntEis3 Ti dot tfio Telegraplx. rSHCKELFGRP SAMPSON &CO. dpHSCSTT 9Sp: orrciiJiJ"4- . 7 - -y -"' 'ARTICLES. -A&E.& POSTER pr. Bbl APPLES . - " 3o BAGG'ING Dundee p. yd "KALE ROPE per lb. . - Kentucky Bagging - Manilla - - - - - BREAD per lb. Pilot -- Navy' ------BUTTER per lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm . -GJBEESE per lb. -COFFEE perjb. . - CIDER; per bbL -" CORNper bushel -0TTONper.lb: --E.CODR new per bbl -"FISH per bbl. - MacketeljNo. 1 -Herring per box -GoSper box - -GLASS; per box Window'8 by 10 .- v 10T)vl2 FF&GUN' POWDER -- perke - Rifle canister - -" - -IRONperlon - - -'"SweeHs - - - - - .English -----' -American rolled - - do hammored - -JiAR'Dperlb. - - - --JDEAD per' 100 lbs. Bar LIME'per bbl. - - -LUMBER per Mfeet Boards yellow pine - " white do - - MOLASSES per gallon "NAILS 2d a 20d per lb. - OELSjjer gallon Linseed -Sperm ------ 'POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl. " Beef No. 1 - - - - j t cargo ---. Pork mess - - - - CUTgO - - - Bacon .hams "per lb. -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 July 1844

' MMJgS Ji mm m . '- ;a!BJRffiS $5 i advance. JPublishcil Wcekly. oir $7 at tlie find off the year. BY CBCJGEE & MOOHE. HOUSTON vrEDMESDAY5 JULY 10 L844. VOL. fX NO. 30-WHOLE NO. 449. 'yygfe-t--w- - sr ::: mig MR ..j '- ' - J - PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. ' 4&F " mis n Tra s JSuEBCTtii'Tio.v per JL JU H 1IJ. 12 months or 52 numbers - Qo 00 jG " 26 " - - - 3 00 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 . 'i- single paper "----- 13 -pr-Vo ored.il wiU.be-gi veil for subscriptions. Advertising 1st insertion - - per square S I 00 HJj " 2d and subsequent insertion " - - 50 A'-'f. Political cards each insertion - - 4 00 '"t; Announcement of Candidates per annoH 10 00 A-discount of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sheriff on all legal notices. .Persons.iiesirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of changing '2'squares each week" per quarter $25; 5 squares changing 3 each -week $30 ; 6 squares changing 4 each week $35. -All ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 July 1844

jjt iuccessfd'tenriination. "Long in -mmcuuy uueuuy-- ":;"" nn;nmn in a Drivate let alvance-"r "' ?"' - .Li" ; ua tttrttirienttin Texas tnai me quesuuu waoonwui "" either candidate for the Presidency and stronger even than both I think so still. It is not to oe aisguiseu Howev- er that while the opinions of Mr. Clay and Mr. Van Bu- xen singularly coincident in all the main features of the question have hardly produced a ripple on the wave of popular sentiment which is rolling on in favor of re-annexation most ofthe friends of the former gentleman and many of the most influential ofthe latter have avowed themselves in favor ofthe measure but are anxious to post- pone its determination to some more propitious period. I question no rnWs sincerity or patriotism in taking this course nor do I complain of it. I state it however as a most unfortunate division among the friends of re-annexa-alion leading to the charge on one side that the measure has been hastened with a view to its effects...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 July 1844

expecteclfrenef from the interposition oPtheJJhnedtates;' while every one who coald cIairriEnglish protection has been instantly set at liberty. They appear to have expec- ted little assistance from him' who permitted the massacre of Fannin and Travis declaring there was no enemy in the country. w PEROTeCASTrErJune 18th 1844. Dear Sir I wifte! again being still in hopes I may receive an answer. 1 am well. Our situation is now worse than ever. Annexation has failed; and all hopes are gone of our ever getting released. I thought our treatment never could get any worse. But a melancholy change has been taking place during the last six days. They have locked us up in a dungeon and put on another chain which malces twenty -five pounds to each leg. They take us out six hours each day to work under guards carrying bayo- nets and swords. The hospital is again receiving us with our cuts and wounds. Every thing bids fair for a final massacre. The boys are well with the exception of the bruise...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 July 1844

HBSBgW''i ggsggggeMwagfcgi- & r ? i-.- - -a. - . . . ifBpsjsqlft .geaw&QUMtfM-- - vta . TaWCy r t. 1 -ff. . : ;rr V. - ..MMIlmTllimi " MS-nMBinsEKKsnKaiaarEKd 'IlirlJi j. It VnfiOSTQN PRICES CTJRHENT. " vcirrected ivcelrty ftsr tke Telegraph. . -BY SHACKELFORD SAMPSON & CO. ARTLCLES. From ALEfc PORTER pr. bbl APPLES do BAGGING Dundee p. yd BALE .ROPE per lb. Kentucky Bagging - iWanilia BREAD per !b. Pilot -" -Navy BCTTRM)erlb. QAClpLES per lb. Sperm CHEESE per lb. - - -G0FEEE pei lb. CIDER per bbl. - - -CORN per bushel - -"COTTON per lb: - - -FLpUR now per bbl. -FISH per bbl. Mackerel No. J - : -Herring per box - -C6)L per Dox - - - -GLASS per box Window 8 by 10 - - -i 10 bv 12 - - FPFG GUN POWDER per keg. '"-Rifle canister - - - - IRON per ton - - -Sweeds ------ English - - - - - American rolled - -.-'do jiaramored - -LARD per lb. - - - - LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar. LIME per bbl. - - - - LU.MBER per M feet -Boards yellow pine - white doj - - MOLASSES per gallon NAILS 2d a 20...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 July 1844

14M3C "T"' ' "iiTDjiirtlK.rittirTfc ? t-eht rv -irn ananar rv wt mnBFir! b -HfTmrr "" 2!Sf-.$5 ii advance. J BYrfJfeUGER &r MOORE. PUBLISHED SY'CRUGER & MOORE SdBsmiPTiox per 12 months or 52 numbers .4 j u 5 u 26 " - ii 3 i3 t " " single paper - - - - gjNo credit will be giveu tot subscriptions. ADVEaTiaiNalst Tnsertion - - per square " ' 2d and subsequent insertionj " - " 'i Political cards eachinsertion.i - 5 00 3 00 2 00 13 S I 00 50 4 00 "Announcement of Candidates per anno't 1 0 00 A discount of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sheriff on alllegal notices. Pore-.nc iinmn: of 'aJvertisinsbv the quarter can do so on the foliowitiff terms? Per squares with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week Jperquarter 55; o squares changing 3 eah week $30 j 6 squares changing 4 each week 35. All advertisements sent without wrUlen instructions willun- less'sooner'forbld be-insertedix months and charged accord- ingly. - &o personal-advertisementi will be inserte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 July 1844

-He -r vjink' '-car -"tes- i - fc kS -; 4 " Achc away' said a mtPHiswotiohnrrourself ' FSrfene- fc-ft2.The grandfather the priuter -m.- .iio - nrntnoinnt rflfujTe from France and crossed the Atlantic with William Penn. During the voyage tiI- t J i'iLnt.r nnnnifs nfih "Frpnehmnn. and jrenn oorruwcu hvcuij jjv- -.- .. ...... xvFen they arrived in Philadelphia offered him as pay- "'Tnent a squarein his city of Philadelphia meaning theie- sbyto show his friendship. . Ducba however very courle- ''ously Refused saving he woold ratheT have the money. ''"Blockhead" said Penn "thou shall have the money : -'but k canst lho not see that this will be a great city- in a little "tirae?" Dache afterwards frankly acknowledged that "hehad proven himself a blockhead when he saw the jsqnare hS-had refused as an equivalent for twenty pounds 0jsold for as many thousands. it Extract-form a Negro Sermon The following ex--' tract is going the rounds : T""My spected bredren" said a venerable lookins preach-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 July 1844

SP v mr.' - -. -'ppapW" !-- V -WHS9. .- - .1 - Mt3-5 si. i. JB-T 4W ft '" - T?d9r . j.r"3jwt t- -" ' J i nmrri The vintage in Fjan.58 does np.ftprbimse well ; the old ?-ui:-Jlr l;ilail KTri(ta-.noi'nTT nf thp winter RaiTroads in France are awakening great interest. Spain 13 -comparatively-tronqail-ranother explosion of the' Ministry arnicijpitedr" " JLh relation lo Canadian affairs Lord Stanley and Sir Robert Peel entertain opposite views the former repu- diating all allwnce or sympathy with the. Orange paiiy; and thelalterdeclaring that ifVanada cannot be held by the aSectiSb of the Colonists it is worse than useless to at- tempt to hdld it by force; . 9 1 SixRo"bprL Feel was about to bring forward his1 plan forjhe reduction of the sugar duties in opposition to the -Wiest India Dronrietors. CV-l. .. - . . . . . r i- " The Ministerial plan U 13 thought will benefit L.01115- Srr iana v?-'f-V.- - - - -t-rs. .--; asBwawg rlTheiEmperbr of Russia and King of Saxony were in TSrirfand on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 July 1844

5-Ss35rrSri s-anrfrf " - "& SMSfi&BSifiMJSSSSSSX corrected vfeitty.Xm:ie Teiegrapa. By SHACKELFORD. 1SAMP50N& CO. - " - t. . articles: ALE & PORTER pr. bbl ARBLES da . BS&GINGrDundee p. yd BALE TiOPE per lb. - .Kentucky Bagging - Manilla ' BREAD per lb. Pilot -Navy ------- BUTTER per lb. ' ' . CANDLESperlb. Sperm CHEESE per lb. - COFFEE per lb. -CrDER per bbl. - . CORN per bushel -COTTON per lb: - PLpURbwjperLbL FISH per bbl. Mackerel No. 1 - . Herring per box -Cod per-box - - GLASS per box . Window 8 by fO - 10 by 12 FFFG-GCJN POWDER perlceg. Rifle canister - - -IRONj-per ton - - - S weeds Engjjsh American rolled - -d" hammorlu - -LARD.jferlb. - - - -LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar LIMEtpef bbl. - -LUMBER per M feet Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon NAILS 2d a 20drper lb. -OELSper gallon Linseed Sperm ------ POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS perjbbl. Beef No. 1 - - - - cargo - - - - Pork 'mess - - - - Tt. cargo - - -Bacon hams per lb. - - middlings - - RICE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 July 1844

-4 ftwcc 3K - ti'TS . ir . ss. - 3gf2 J -sAH! Vk"J - rf!r-j - TjBJr---$' iajuadrasice. ---' 131 4 Published WaHzly. or.$?vai the d'OiMtae' veas;- BY CRU.GEB & MOORE. HOUSTON WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1844. VOL. EX. NO. 32-WHOLE' NO45J:' Sjrij. --ssmnsj-wa- HMWWMBciM JgSsauhAafesaegfgSlfe rtHSTv3?frfo ..dflii''iMuawsg 'gas&a: - ;ifn"'-A: t r-s g-sar-v serv rarrv- crn '.- jr-va. s. -sfc.-Kc-. - - w -i1!-i..m rj-ai-w -iayB i m " j -i sB--jcr! - v - t - -ar N3Bti 1 . i . i.w k.b 1 wtsat "ir- -i - n3B i a y. Jmmv f -m IwfKl2. kJSf " ? iM ' .Bra 7? .&&;Y -.raffiM .- . Zft - -'KuV :R dfcv '! 53 T . V. . v .5 ' r'SISS 1 E- f. V- a ! - ij r isi" cwaft.i' b ra. v o.wij ct v i v. s-j at' j h .ym - -a. mx m i b? . 1 ib -i kt.Mi v n . ins. si 1 iv-r 1 wv &. v 1 bh jv a IBHHH9KsfJ WH HPS r tSKfLSZaSHKMk-- vlHk vSHh ?&: Hwc 1 HA. nriwMw&ft'tw MPbmI MBIailMi "''" -'-?-L " ' "" ' ' ' L-I ' A . - iT -Jlim TT.I " A - - r W ' W - PUBLISHED B-Y CRUGER-& MOORE. ScESGtiPTio.v per 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 July 1844

4 - &--Z '- m s I 7. Without designing.to infring&ny one's privilege we will'suggest that a law bypassed at the next session re- squiring each and every emigrant from whatsoever quarter; before heis admitted to the rights of citizenship 110 "make oath before some competent authority." (and nonejout Judges of Courts of Record should be held to be competent) that he will never directly or indirectly suggest advise vote for or in any manner endeavor to procure the Abolition of Slavery in Texas and in case any oneshall lie convicted of having violated this hisoaih lhat'he be liable to the pains and penalties of perjury: and withal be forever an-alien. - Suck a requirement would be declarative and amplify- ing not emendatory of the.Constitution : and no foreigner "who shall come to us with honest intentions and 0 desire to preserve the integrity of our institutions as he finds them -can reasonably object to it. If any should be deterred . Ifrom coming on this account it were bett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 July 1844

3 m duplicity ofour-Governiaendiplomauc intercourse wlth foreign nations- and astonishing' to say great credit seems tobe claimed for it We ask the people TtrVflect seriously whether wfljravesuch cause of exulta tion. v uat-nave we gaioea qjr out oypuc-risy uuu uuuuic -dealing? The friends of the .administration answer - "notjORIE nr.'' "Texas has accomplished her purpose of ' 'muting fools ofhalfthewoild." Friendly nationssupposed out Government honorable in its professions ; and after ' "fieing duped by our insincerity are called "POOLS." -We call upon the People to remember that this is the policy Dr Jones is pledged to carry out. - Government journals are trying to make it appear that General Burleson iV-a party mau becausejie votedin favor Zed the Heads of Departments Teturnfng to the Seat of Gov- ernment according to the requisition of the Constitution. It should be borne in mind that the strongest opponentsof this measure fully Justified Gen. Burleson in that vote kaA'unanivi...

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