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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 September 1844

ii O TI S T O N P KtlGli S;- GU Ji-KJii JN T . yU-r. Sirrccted weeIclT Tor the Telegraph " BY SHACKELFORD' SAMPSON & CO. 3 - ARTICLES. From AfflZ'& PuRTERpr. bbl -AHRLES . do .BUSSING -Dundee p.ju BAciE ROVE per lb. Kfntuctcy Bagging - Manilla BREAD per lb. Pilot -Navy ------ BHTfER per lb. CANDLES per lb. -Sperm jpiiEESE -per lb. - - --tsFFEE per lb. - -CIDER prr bbl. - - -C'K'N per bushel - -UT 1 UN per lb: - - -I5L L7R new per b"bl. -FsSH per bbl. . f Mackerel No. 1 - . - Herring per box - Cod? per tox - - - -. GLASS per box --Window. 8 by 10 - -- 10T)V 12 - - FPFG GUN POWDER " 7 r - per keg. Rifle canister - IRON per ton - - jSweeds - - - -JEnglish - - - American rolled - -r'K -do haramored - -"BARDperlb. - - - -s XEAD 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. v -OILS per gallon linseed ' Sperm ------ POTATOES per bbl. ' PROVISIONS per bbl. .Beef No. 1 - - - - Jt- t cargo - - . -5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 September 1844

-W :rvMM&.-- 1 J tmraoa $mm & . T&MftZS $5 in advance. Published Weekly ov $7 at the end of Hie ye;ts BY GRUGEE & MOORE. HOUSTON WEDNESDAY SEP i EMBER 1.1 1844. VOL. IX. NO. 38--WHOLE NO. 457. BPmai o bbb bum it bbb arerrg' " M 'mmi inn innmn'W gaaps-XJ yjafaiL-BsseEsa5sngggt3aaBBeBi n umihia am linm-T Til jii i ngaasBii hi... uiui in iU ii i i irinBi .wmiiiin ib I $ PUdlricD BY CRUGER -MOORE. Subsguptiox per 12 months or 52 numbers - $5 00 6 " 26 " - - -v 3 00 s?' . . 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 " " single paper ------- 3 jr V irciit will be gi ve.e tor subscriptions. AnvfiaTtsisn l-i insertion - - per square $ I 00 j """ 2d and subsequent insertion "' - - 50 . ic- " ili Political cards each insertion .- - 4 00 " Aunj mcemennjl Candidates per anno't 10 00 A dlc"uttt of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sheriir-on all legal notic s. Pers hi Jeairoas 01 advertising by the quarter can do so on the foliowriug terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of changing 2 qu i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 September 1844

'"art -fH --.-w-jr 'l&at- J S . - - ' " - i M & jfa&fc. . .n..u- "iLihorlict PVniscnnnl troct organization as tne "jjouiueiu ..... r r- Church-." We are fully convinced that the South occupies a posi- tion in perfect keeping with the discipline of the Church and'although we deprecate schism and disunion we feel unwilling to submit lo the unjust course pursued-by the majority in the case of Bishop Arulrew. At the same time the greatest lespect is due to our venerable bishops for their untiring efforts to preserve the peace and union of the Church and especially to Bishop Andrewinfe- rior to none for the patience firmness and Christian forbenrance exhibited bv him during the investigation cf his case before the General Conference That we sin- cerely depecale any further discussion ot this question with our Northern brethren as further agitation cannot lesult n-nnH mihpm or to ourselves preferring an equitable division and separation upon terms of amity to nominal union wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 September 1844

-JU . i'1" '''1'f9wtqmummmtmjm suwtt- ;. ttnliniprf mainlu to the "hrh nrice of great uiinereuce """ j - land in England and tolhe moreffinishcd and substantial manner "m which the works are:executed. The vast amount oftraveling may be esiimated from the fact that most of those lines "pay good dividends." -Prospectuses are being issued continually for new lines." .Virginia Tobacco and Corn Crops -A drought of four months has nearly cut off the crops in Charlotte Prince Edward Halifax Cumberland and the adjoining counties. The Tobacco crop is very precarious and the coin crop is thought to be curtail a QP" ". "- Rail Roads. 75 millions sterling are said to be in- vested fn British Railways. That of London and Bir- mingham yields an income of four millions of dollars an- nually. lowx. The population of Iowa according to a recent census is 82000 in 1836 it was 10.T100. "It is destined to be one of the most populous States hi Jthe Union. It possesses inexhaustible mineral wealth a soil ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 September 1844

IMfr iTH'OlaST. ON' PRICES 'C U-RfiEiN-T . -i- ' -urrcetcS weelsly for Ue Telegraph. -BY SHACKELFORD"; SAMPSON & CO. ".ARTICLES. 'MsE & PORTER pr. bbl APPLES do BAGGING Dundee p. jd ' BADE' ROPE per lb. Kentucky Bag ging -Manilla " v -" " " - BREAD per IbPilot -'Navy -------BUTTER per lb. GANDLESper lb. Sperm CHEESE per lb.'- -COFEEE per lb. - -CrDER.jer bbl. - - CORN per bushel GOTJJ'QN.perlb: - -FLOUR now per bbl. - 'EKa.per bbl fackerel No. 1 - . J3erring per boxc - -- JjCo'd per box - - -G'LlASS perbox -sWiridow 8 by 10 - - 10 by 12 - PFEG GUN POWDER "per keg. v Rifle canister - - -IRON per ton - - - S weeds English - - - - - American rolled - - -z do hamrnored - -E&RDperlb. - - - -ISEAD per 100 lbs. Bur IJMErperbbl. - - - -.. LUMBER per M feet- Boards yellow pine white do - - MOLASSES per gallon SAILS -2d a 20d per lb. -OILS per gallon Linseed -Sperm - - - -. - -POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl. Beef No. 1 - - - - - cargo - - - - From 14 00 Pork mess. cargo - - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 September 1844

S!Ueir-3Wqg"1K T-X i m Amrn r.. irn onov A. r& mnpaEI ft ;i&Hft Tiara - -s- UI-JLLiJ?4AA -J Jl 4!J 4Jaki 44iNbftd irVTiWS tr- Jii . J aHKUN ffipm ... . v- ?- k - K TjBiC-flST 5 11 advance. i-Mir jBY CRUGER & MOORE. - -. si r- v-t ;PUiiLlSidilJ L B Vf CRUGEK CO MUUxiJb. IEKffl. nn 1-2 months or 52 numbers - 5 00 r. . 26 " - - - 3 00 iuia&uPTiov par ct 3 13 " - - 2 00 -V" single paper ----- 13 " o trea.il will Tie givea for subscriptions. .jAxtrEaTisiiro. Ut insertion - - per square S 1 00 "" 2d and subsequent insertion " - - 50 " Political cards each insertion - 4 00 " Announcement of Candidates per anno't 10 00 Adioant of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sheriff on all legal nolic -s. o 'o jKimnsnl a.lvertisins bv the Quarter can do so on the" following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of -hwhv 2 square each week per quarter &Kt; o squares chiustus 3 eaeh week $30 ; Squares changing 4 each week " VI idverti-ments sent without mrillsn instruct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 September 1844

H --W mS nell -commenced his grtSufitefarv labor his'Iaie-and Times" or bywliat olSer style and title bis prq1 au- tobiography is.to he distinguished employing Mr. O'Neill Daturas his raanuensis." ' Itls-caiculated that the O'Connell tribute this year will reach 30000. The"Uaeen has been pleased to approve of Mr. Michael Kennedy as Consul at Galway for the United States of America The notorious Prince of Peace who was Prime Min- ister -under Ferdinand VII has-arrived at Madrid. The total amount of imports into France last year was 1186000000 francs (about .49416000 sterling;) the exports 992000000 francs (about 413330Q0.sterling.) THE TELEGEAPH. Mansion Wednesday Sept. fl 8 1 844. DINNER TO COM. MOORE. A large number of the citizens of Houston attended a public dinner given to Com. Moore on Thursday evening tiie 12th inst The company was indiscriminately com- posed of men of both parties. This is an honorable testi- mony of that high sense of justice and patriotism which actuate the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 September 1844

e8.j!aSk3f"v V 31 I' -m i - Att- ' sP. r v .--rjafc" -- -ja. m it woi;2594 1.000 lbs.f in i817 it was 131951000 lbs. and mi83l ft was 288708453 lbs. It b estimated in a foreign journal says the Picayune thauhe money annually expended Jor intoxicating liquors exclusive of the cost of jails police fix. is 52777777 in France: 39692487 in Great Britain j 13500000 in Sweden; 9000000 in Prussia; ana ao.uoiu . the United States. Cost of RailRoab Tt asportation. The Ame- rican Rail Road Journal says that the total cost of freight on the Western Rail Road in 1843 was 644: cents per :i -." n.oi i nkmif U cents ner ton ner mile. "If utile I UU CIJUU1 MJ uuvu. 3 t the engine can take 150 tons all expenses including re- pairs and renewals would not exceed one cent per ton per mile which is about the estimate of the Baltimore & Ohio Rail' Road Company." "Could the Western Rail Road mn with full trains at a less rate of speed and be sure of 200000 tons of freight per annum it does appear to us...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 September 1844

HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT .arreetcd -weekly for tlio Telegraph. BY SHACKELFORD SAMPSON &0. 'ARTIGI$ES.- -r JV- j. . .. ALE & PORTER pr. bbL 'BBLES a. do. i SAGGING Dundee p. yd SftLEROPE per lb. .Kentucky Bagging -31 -Manilla - - - -" -BREAD per lb. Pilot -Navy ------ BUTTER per lb. - CANDLES perlt. Sperm CHEESE per lb."- V- -COFFEE per lb. - "- CrDER per bbl - - -CORN per bushel - - COTTON per Ibf- - -"FLOUR new per bbL -.jFJSH per bbL ."Mackerel No. I - . - gBrring per box - -Coa per box - - - -GLASS per box Window 8 by 10 - 10 bv 12 --fc FEEG- GUN POWDER; - ' per keg. ' -'RifieTcanister - - - -IRQN.per ton - - - Speeds - - - - -"-English - - - - -American rolled - -v(lo hammored - -.X.ARDperlb. - - - - iBEAD per 100 lbs. Bar v-BXMEt.-perbbL - - -LUMBER perM feet " Boards yellow jnne7 - white do - - ' ''MOLASSESr per gallon NAILS 2d a 20d per lb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Sperm POTATOES per bbl. i PROVISIONS pefOfcl. VBeef; No. 1 -' - - -V" tcarg - - - --gorkmess - - - - &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 September 1844

i$ at iaa-'at& ... TliMIS-$$ id advance. Published Weekly or $7 at the end or the yean s- MltJg wipi il wttw Iteaa w BgBM ii n i " sal m a a aaBBB iw lm !! r BY'CRUOEE & MOORE. i iitffiiiiiii I i .7.11. i PUBLISHED BYNsRUGER & MOORE. TEKilfS; SoBscaiPTtox per 12 months or 52-nnmbers i u g u 26 " - (i it 3 ii j3 " " "single pper - - - - 5b credit will be given lor subscriptions. ADVEaTismaj 1st insertion - - E?r square " " ' 2d and subsequent insertion " - Pniirical cards each insertion - $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 SI 00 50 4 00 " Aunoancementol Candidates per anno'tt 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sheriff- on all legal notic-ts. Peftjns desirous or advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege ot changing $ squares each week per quarter $25 ; 5 squares chmgiag 3 each week 30; 6aquares-changing4ach week 35. 2 " AU-advertisfinents sent without written instructions willun- less sdon r forbid be inse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 September 1844

i V ' - - ?- r s&r-jr&j?.- -r Jfc: v mm &b" "deficient."" The "San .ntonlo.'regret lo mjt.hw3Mt been heard of since she left Matagorda. She uncertainly . I have the honor to remain Your obedient servant Signed) D. H. CRISP Lieut. Commanding. To HonrM. C. Hamilton " - Act'g Sec'y of War and Marine. Mr. Stephens the Parser who bears this to you will famish you with more information respecting our present condition. r . (Signed) D. H. CRISP t " Department of War and Marine ) Washington August 22d 1844. $ A-correct copy of the original on the files of the office vhichsj certify under the Seal of this Department M. C. HAMILTON Acting Secretary. The Court was then closed to investigate the charges brought against the Accused. General Court Martzai. Washington August 23rd 1844. 5 To Lieut. C. B. Snow; Sir: The General CourtMartial created by Act of Congress for "the impartial trial of Post Captain E W. Moore and others" has this day closed its session. I liave the honor to info...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 September 1844

safe 5 m n. suspicioh'OOlhose speculative "and griping jndjridualsJ wno having notningto lose nazanriue euurui: ui auj which Has fitffiferto we Relieve stood-uftrivaleii for integ- rily andMionesiy of purpose. -Such is the opinion which . iaoA"5iwaws Had of nnr Galveston neiffhbors and such is the lighten which we woulfefiil view them but should we find that'subterfugesof this kind are to be resorted to and a Wind to'betthrownover the eyes of thft planter we must in -defence of our commerce.asjrcity open it to the eyes and understandings of all whom it may concern. The following extract from the North American Re- view sKeWthat the Pilgrims of Plymouth Corony were not office hunters. The Canadians in like manner it ap- pears are equally averse to holdining offices insomuch that govTrnment finds-it difficult to Induce suitable persons to accept or its appointments. In Texas on the contrary there are thousands always ready to serve their country in tfaisJway even when the emoluments o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 September 1844

I- I" I u 1$ HOUSTON PRiC-E: CURRENT wdrreciedl weel2j xV:iUt Tcfcgfr-" SHACKELFORD SAMPSON & CO. ARTICLES. ALB & PORTER pr. bbl. Apples do BAGGING Dundee p. yd BALE HOPE per lb. Kentucky Bagging -Manilla BREAD perlb. Pilot -Navy BUTTER Tier lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm CEIEESE per lb. - -COFFEE per lb. - -dDER per bbl. - -CORN per bushel - COTTON per lb: - -F LOUR -new per bbL -FISH per bbl. Mackerel No. 1 - . Herring per box - -CorL.per box - - -GLASS per box Window 8 by 10 - - r 10 by 12 - FFEG GUN POWDER per keg. Rifle canister - - -IRON per ton - - -Sweeds - - - - -English - - - - -American rolled - --j&o hammored - -LARD per lb. - - - -LEAD perv100 lbs.-Bar LIME per" bbL - - -LUMBER per M feet Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon NAILS 2d a 20d per lb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Sperm ------ POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl. Beef No. 1 - - - - -r- cargo - - - - Pork mess - - - - cargo - - - Bacon hamsfcper lb. - - : middlings - - RICE per lb. -. - -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 October 1844

- jiijyw'--"--. " t- Z- tMfki y tessg&gsaj :5M Ln- " y- iiJrr' p.-A-r iv a i vk& a rsA -m fzm '4WIW- TJBgtfosLm$5 in 'adr&nce. Published Weekly -zjjlipwjwpwi a vi-igffjgggy i 'jntT-gL-s-. 5 .t . -51?" "V as .HitfBBAliBQftidih . if v jc&mkSv w-. 5-r .. - .? ff j wj 'mwm.&jjg sx Mm iF. - -"J"- IK BU.l'HklTI? 1 VA9T7 TvJM 1 Bk f " 1T1 K Wl . K KTiM Ti M MWtM3rF A rJk 1 I: . irt--v vm' v-rwie - . u iia K ' to - - -- - cesaseBOBiaBBEaaBBgMgBBaMaBBSBiBEaEBBB Y - f BY C R QGEH &-MQOBR PUTTLISHED BT CUtfG'E'R &-MOORE. SoEacaiETiox per 12 rnoaths or 52. numbers - So 00 .-. r 6 " '36 "... 3 00" V" v- " ' 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 iln.- - sinsle Daoer ----- 13 J&Xo credit will ne. given lai subscription. ATry?oTrcitffi i insertion. - - rer tqua: ATnVpoTrcitffi i insertion. - - ner square s i uu V - 2d apdtsuhsequeni insertion " - 50 " Political cards each insertion . . 4 00 " ' Announcemeniol Candidates per anno't 10 00 A&bconnt-of 10 per cent on the above rates- wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 October 1844

".- -i - -iJi4K . -mi m. jaftate -v tss. I consider ttmtlnierestin all itsjlejartmentssjhe promi- nent interest o'fthe United StatjQUopfHempWool manatcttrresfjtobacco and other aTticles-of agricultural product .are nonprotected and ifthe measure of protection be inadequate no man in the United-States would "he wil- lingjto go fartbertban I would in extending sufficient protection. I "have never held or expressed 'any other sentrmenis. 1 nesuostance ouvnat i nave saia nn.a wmcu ialo bejbuhd in my published speeches is that agriculture in the United States owing-ra our distance 'from Europe- an jyraritries. heeds but little direct protection. But the prin.dpaTirn in introducing and-protecting manufactures is tprljeriefit agricoltare by opening a new and home mar- ket for HsJurpIusroductions. Expressions disparaging to agriculture 'or ralheMo-the habits of those who. pursue it have been put into my mouth and paraded at the head even nfjnpwspapers. 1 never used such expressions. They ha...

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

;. hear ;aod cannot therefore Be? reclaimed Jrbm their politi- cal iniquities and hardness o'fJiearL In view of the utter impossibility of learningfroiii. "the newspapers wh?cbp8rty is in the ascendant we-are occasionally en quired of individualsfor information; but everyone is either n Whig or a Democrat and has a portion of the leaven which has pervaded the party. This testimony therefore being ex-parly is entirely-inadmissible. Our own feelings also have such a decided Democratic leaning towards Eojk that every Clayite would object to our evi- dence.' Being thos.disqualified by our own admission we shall advance no opinion upon the subject. We think howeverftbat we may venture ibe assertion in conformi- ty with the prudent example of others that "the question is still Involved in considerable doubt. The N. rrHerald some time since contained an arti- cle upon tbe"subject of European interference in Ameri- can affairs and assigned a variety of reasons for thesome- what prevalent op...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 October 1844

H'OTgfUf jljgPSft GES-CU RRE-NT BY SPACKE&fORSA'MPSdK & CO. ARTICLES. From ALBf PORTER pr. bbl AEgLES- " 1 -Ida BACzGING Dundepfyd BALE"ROPE per lb. ." Kentucky Bagging -Manilla - - -'--" BREADper lb. Pilot ""-; Navy. BUTTER per lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm CHEESE "per lb. - COFFEE per lb. - -CIDER per bbl. - - -CORN..per bushel -COTr'l.perlb: - - -FLOUR now per bbL -FISKLiper bbl. Mackerel Jo. 1 - . -Herring per box - -Coi; per box - - -GLASS perbox Window 8 by 10 - - s- .lOby 12 -. - FFFGGQN POWDER perliieg. JJiflercanister - - - -IRON; per ton - - - Sweeds Engh'shj - - - - -American rolled - -"do hamniored - -- LARD per lb. - - I -" 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. -OILS per gallon Linseed Spernij ------ POTATOES-per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl. Beef -No. L - - - - cargo - - - - Pork mess - - - - . g - - -Bncon hams per lb. - - middlings - - RICE per ib. - - - - SALT per sack...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 October 1844

11 n TJBJSiflXS'- $5Ujl advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end of ifce year" i BY CKUGEB &JMOOBE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. TEK318. SoBstsiPTio.v per 12 months or 52 numbers - $5 00 '" 6 " 26 "... 3 00 " i Hi.1 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 " t " slnsle paper ----- 13 '$j?No credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertising 1st insertion - - per square 2H and subsequent insertion " - " . Political cards each insertion - si 00 50 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno't 1 0 00 A discount of KXpervcent on the above rates will be made to sheriff- on all legal notices. Persjns desitoas ot advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Ter 4 squares with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week per quarter S25 ; o squares changing 3 each week $30 ; 6 squares changing 4 each week $35. . . All aaverti-'ementssent without loriltsn instructions will un- less soon r forbid be Insertedix inonthb and charged accord- ingly. No persnml advertisements will be iubcried up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 October 1844

"lS-?-&. maf J "hiir -MiflHJlllllMUlMlW MMMBCMIjrT-wri-i "' mnnrewi Mil 1 1 !! 1 Ml . .. .. 1 - this she would be the gainer by opening iter" ports toTex- ! as ; tmd Texas in net turn firstnxious Jot the payment ot ner national aeot wouta so aajusi ner revenue mwa us to give the greatest possible stimulus to the culture of cot- ton and tobacco and the development ol all her agricul- tural resources: Thus her debt would soon be paid and her prosperity would then be accelerated by the double forceof European aid and domestic pride unembarras- sed on (he one hand by high duties upheld en the other by the deep seated determination of the European powers to cripple the United States and scatter among them the seeds qfjiiscord and jealousy. Among other disadvantages resulting to us from such a treaty between England and Texas would be the necessi- ty to establish on that extensive frontier such police as would prevent smuggling and enforce our revenue laws Could this be done? All expe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 October 1844

. w. power of free governmeniscan 6alyeco1SfBSnsurai61txiibi me nappincss oi ioa people ja. government springing from the popular will must consult- the popular' Jin- teresti and thus make it the interest of the peoplelo sup- port it. This .voluntary an3 spontaneous union of strength is really the maximum ofuational power. It has become fashionable for legislators to discard the theories of philosophy as incapable of any practical ap- plication in the business of government. The most un- questionable truth and unanswerable argument not unfre- quenlly receive this cool reply: .uYour reasoning will do for the closeLjbut not for the cabinet. Your theory would overturn the settled maxims of legislation under which other governments have prospered and whose example we ought therefore to imitate." This kind of reply puts an end to all improvement. It confounds truth and falsehood andsurvilelv copies the errors and blunders of others upon the authority of prescription and precedent. Perhap...

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