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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 June 1856

tl tr tsj-? ir-wr"-' .- lwiaMH5p'-jweoinn"-a r "r K" S9B- fea0 State a?ette JOHS SIABSHALL & W. S. OLDHAM. tiii MMfcW ftnscEimo-f ABTicz) fiCKCEITXIOS (sot a&vaxc:) ....S3.00 .oo Clnlts and Deaocratic Aseot-Iatlon" f araWltcd. at liberal CwUtaiei. GAZETTE BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. We have made and are rasling "t'-l to oncct oerJOBOITICEaad we " STlS PrinaoR. red W very variety f Onw "!S3Si Osr Fever Press has been erfewo - "rf ind to fsccwfpl T 6fet vnr- ???'?l -vpfrz- - 'gfcjB9affig - - ' !! i i mi ! n i i i i m u mmmm ph gS B a Ik f operation. - Strs czpesii. -. .--- JOB BINDERY ASD RLAHE BOOS UAHSPACTORY tfffitkcata'tcU Under flwj ufL oUe lttta tlw power of crrrr body la want of SSI? bocieu. to have thm "J ACfUO l Mt --' .w llax Joirv X.-ATWeajr "-vr:: ' - .- In.ffn. l Texas. A TKIIVS. K:1A;:T Texm. Will attend IT; ....r ITTOMIT AT ll is uapoi------- -- jnfScEELfA-' -l lw -- " "? T .a ' lnrr.IIMaigg cttw..-r. ly - -t- """"' " .-i. nit nmiTrr it Law. . ASmf tadJodleUlDUtrict sn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 June 1856

s I -JiJsgII a.. . n TIHWtflffiW ""'" " - -IMEONAL CGOTENTION. Oar telegraphic despatches have already given the outlkes of what was aeaola the Convention oa the first dy. The Committee on oTgnztw exposed the following delegates: J. D. Credwell Me j Henry RP '. H : Jlob't Harvev Tt ; Ism artf AlfertL. Gallop'. I J PC. Child Ct : New Torkj Charles Bates . J; Jno.i.Dawsoa; 3r.0.&MrrIW; Jas. M. BHofcuan Md; Plutas Powell. Vaj XS.1IortBC; a 3&cbeth S. 0: Alfred?! Cpfquitt 0 ; 0. Btrkfdale Mia: A- Morse La; G- B. Doreey 0; Beverly LrCIarkKy; J. Knox Walker Teak Phinces 1. Kent Ind ; Timor R. y6nBc;IllrJno. S. Phelps Ho; Ricb'd 31. Gaines Ark; T. G. Thurber Mich; Chas. E. J)jkc Phi ; Jld.P. Hubberd Tex- agjJfeB-Oi JBwU&JSi F- J-Gibson Wis; P. C. Hast Gil ; John Fomytbe Alabama. ' SBCO.VD DAY. JFhe convcetioa wa callod toortkrat half-past 10 o'clock. John L. Dawson of Ponnsylvani from the committee on perraanant organization reported the follawiag names : President. John Ward o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 June 1856

f C' 1 l Hi i ? (0 y w I h- I 4- - It $; 2 4 r -. Tfac CmTcBUon Sftcm - Terarns troiniroa ntli tier JJeinoc: ""- "rJ. x jjcinocrauc organization. The cry coine from every county that the convention system is being universally adopted. -The justice and policy of the convention system is apparent to all. It is right that the opinions and Mntiments of the Demo- cracy should he first gathered from the county conventions. In these conventions we find enunciated in the freest and mot unrestrained manner those views which we believe to be esst-n-tial to the prosperity first of the county and Becondiy of the rtate and nation. To do this fully and emphatically we have placed the issue of our platform upon the election of the leading offices of the county. Thufrwe shH canvas thoroughly the popu- laf opinion and Kk to enlighten and arroct it. In our state convention we have acted upon ihe views and opinions of our party as enunciated in our county conventions. The emphatic expression of our vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 June 1856

- k( -3f & -t-' &JOKm 0 ; t """! -MfiiSST! -"-j?& t f 'jTrt s n vu "vSmS- Vr--- ? i rsryccu or - ?f6KN 'A. ClULi-MA - of Mississippi f h SW of .c sentt-liir coyrntCED.) TCc arc not impelled only by Ac laudable aodpatriotic Scare of advancing tbe interest rf Ja7 country; other consi&nfaon of a 'hicber character arc presented by theaspct "bf"" v . . . - ?:..: fhiria lift the .of tee neientwwjs - jnost "important claims upon oursvmpathv. "Sere wefind a people of our otto race the vHtc Caucasian man-a race born for all noble endeavors and capable of indefinite nroercsson vrc find that people crashed to Sartliby thebrutal despotism of an old effete decayed and corrupt nation which is itself tent alive only by the principle adopted by the more vigorous European nations of pre- serving the "balance of power." The ty- ranny of Spain over the people of Cuba is a reproach to the age a disgrace to Europe and an insult to the United States. There is uo lcitimate govermemt in Cub...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 28 June 1856

"!"?' ' JSHsSlJBIBK ap!l& A3JTEBTISET& K&TE3. i!rn.Trim-mmy inurtal'iz Oss DfiStri of eirhtIlnesi.erKsa.UilJ slxa type tsr th ntj tion asd ntty eenU tor aea coatlcaanc. these charges wm bo raads ( the who adv the year with tha nrivilese ef eaantias Quart vNME&fri 50HS UIARSIIALL & W. S. OLDHAM. easiness Cards of aot more thxaons square willj J85ESCEIPnOS (a Ariat).... S0BSCZIPTIOK (sot a iBTxsat). . ..S3.0O .:4.00 sertea ror sea aouart per tnaaTn. Announcements of Candidates for OSes and aU : personal and buslnass comiasalcaUaai prorata Clsbs and Democratic AssocIaUoni ffEralibcd at liberal Cash rales. individual Interests wm ke charged as Advert! All Advertisements the publication of which. Is bylaw must be paid for la advance. r ... . . " i.Ai rTi i "ftfa ijjBiri ri '! ii "W ' CITATION NOTICES. The twtnty-tetoad section j liwrerulatlnrreeaofoSlct. provides that la all where citation or other process. Is required to be ! by publication in si newspaper me ocer wn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 28 June 1856

-1- mi ir T f? I I 1 p I I . I f J. f i i ; . W i t it ! l 1 L. l 0pSate -alette ABSTIK SATUKDAY. JUKE g?.365R CO& FBESIDEXTs '.; 30S BUCHANAN STO. ERMONMDGE OF KEXTUW'- .CTPBS rQK STATE T IJBGE WaRS-Mowves ..w. i)16TEICT ELECTORS J?D OK.C&pITTBOLLER JOIESJI. SHAJV. " r.jl-omUV.AGTlfiVn . 'iiU """"""""' . rw-cr -nr A V1VM rfii;0R ATTORNEY GEXERAL. if 5JAMHS WILLIE. JTKICT ATTORNEY Skcoxd Dist. r. GEORGE XT. JONES. IllOCBAIDIC COUNTY SEICKET. FOR C1UET JUSTipi; Jj JOHN J3. QOSTA. V V5 ?ott COVSTX-CI-EEK JAMES M. SWISHEK; sron'XssEssoK Afca co'llectoi:. rf HUGH McBHIDE. nsL t cousTVTnnASOitnn. a'aTiiv -nirnT.v.ejOV 4&COUXTY COMMISSIOXEttS "K-2!5nnr nelson 3ieer1ll v. JONATHAN ROGERS. 4liSM 4 itlte Heetwo abjb iiw. . -effJlTe s authorised tojawmnc tnc sum or tne flJr rTPVitsrnMnM aeirMklitc for re-election to JtHe oSeeef iseodate Jwlce of the Supreme Court or Iho . lEUte. -UttlSsa la Aogiut ctxt. tc SSSfar.8lJ''a to uaeunce the name tt the rieailJT.VHEELEtta a candidate for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 28 June 1856

"JJtpU)WHIP!i j. i H 1 4 i t 1 :. " E3XOCBATIC PiATFOBJI. jUkfltilftke National Contention June 511850. . Jitsdtei That tLe American Democracy place th'eir trait in the intelligence the patriotism and the discriminating justice of the American peo- ple. Tiat we regard this a a distinctive feature of ouf political creed which we are proud to -rmin before the world as the great moral element in a form of government springing from and upheld by the popular will; and we contrast It with the creed and practice of federalism under whatever name or form which seeks to palsy the will of the constituent and which conceives no imposture too monstrous for the popular credul- ity. That entertaining these views the Demo cratio party of this Union through their Dele- gates assembled in a general Convention coming together in a spirit or concord of devotion to the doctrines and faith of a free represen- tative government and appealing to their fellow- dlians for the rectitude of tbeirintcntiong. r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 28 June 1856

"v mum-"1 " """i""i--fT- T wt wt1 ywuiw T "-. ft . nwiuwi. l'rwf!S3lJ-' ' H"r r ( i 3? i ftfjMMfittMBpBsssMBBIWsli v& TEECDf-OF NT A: aUIT-MAJN 5 OP MISSISSIPPI " (ooncixdet) ) t"53i5JSdiBp features of tlie oytfct actions feilNi nea! arc in wy opinion not :?. ..ntiflasanr and lmpoMie dui are feant to tbc intention of iltc oonstitu- i t . . lx mv3iw) u iitfrinMlucrifc? rEsEWK."" mm ? ip&ti W ts id as nay b A"1 V e debate. rSnan)StaaiJ thepmtaUr of Eu- ncoHrisf(HtwpnrP"7ri i"uSu u Afecalmpatm lrtlic people SS&.BifitoifitotoBinlavorof some of the -u Slnisfc eon:cs iu - .-fc6....fc ifi&ioir & Mr. Cky tlion Spafcer fcf7i TTnnle. and a warm advocate of the 1? .k a . .mm ks TT il tL I Aijft A rf .ft. jfyiUC nHg IBPU"U UCBVCIIU Smtbc Speaker's- chair and strenuously mmrli of the provisions of tho act " dcn&nctng them flfiplaclngour government in tbo attitnde of an ally of European des- notkm and an enemy to the extension of T-linxBtl6P&b't'caI institutions " "us ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 July 1856

."- i5lw' - 'Wf V VI gpcs f HLs&atSSra ! T e e c &- c .. .mm. 4Li. ' . iMMBianMirMMIWM--MlTrTTnn w .aatdfiesnevorgt --' s?. :fi?i WiWaB&mit ajcue JOMS HAKSHALL & W. S. OLDHAM. J..jujsjTdrn"i "i - - - StCKtPnOS(ni aiascx.. 'fl'tv CBsauFno(TAT) 4.oo dabs au: Democratic JLctocintlons fcu-sniteil at liberal CaaUrntes. CiZETTE BOOK AND JOB 0friu. CAEDPEOnWO. ETUHOF IADXS6 BILLS OF 13 nViKOt Ddf liw BUtta etc ic extcottd with JOB BIN2DERY AND MAHKfiOOS HAHUFACTORY 'L.i f'ut cm hesd. nd fint e!tt binder alirin at MWMMMMMM bb voU pie withla lie paver of crtsy body Is vast of Econli or Sockets t hare thea made rlfht bcre Id Acute at rrlcei Uot rerjr 'Jtxle tlxrre those of Sew Tort. LA WILES' CzVKDS. LI.AIV JOHN L Texa. T-Attobet zt Uw AoiUn Jcoe 8UUIS. 0-l7 4TK1S HE?fJA3IIN F.-ATtr ATLa CejttcbU Brawria eoaoty. Texai WU attend to toaiotn la the Coon ef tU Hnt JodlcIU DUUfetand In the geprroe and federal Conru of the State. 8-l A Jf. mcfl.ELtAWD-ATitasrT.AT-Iav. Edta A tnrg; H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 July 1856

inj nmmmwrr .-w - w. . ... ... -r.mwMm-. - - ;-A i . :rfm--- .-nii in. fcmihi-'-r-' -J..-.-. aJaMMMpg--':iBaggFTCsgwii .."' -- gim i i a-e ' j:-ate..iswv-fM3e-(p gjjfcawumi - rg ff'Wgltjj)BPlWfMIjglllll - - J -"-- -- - TOKSlttte a?efte. -FfFsATUBDAY JULYS 1SS6. - roK MtESIPEXT JAMES BCCHMAST . .OP PESS5TLTA5U- FOB VICE-PaESEDEXT JOM C. KKMSBIBaB J)EMOCKATIC TICKET. ELECTOES FOB STATE AT LAEQE f. r. Boxatox w. scbbbv. j - DISTRICT ELECTORS FOB COMPTROLLEK JA3IES B. SHAW. FOB TREASURER JrjOIEg IT. RAYnXO?TD. FOB ATTORNEY GENERAL JTA3IES TFIIJLIE. FOB DISTEICT ATTORKET Second Dist. 4"CEOBGE XT. JOSES. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. v ""WlH CIITEF JUSTICE JOHN B. COSTA. F FOR COUSTY CLERK .':JAMES M. SWISHER ron .ASSESSOB AXD collector "I HUGHMcBRLDE. TTOR COUSTV TREASURER AAEON BURLESON. FOR COUNTY COMjnsSIONERS FELIX SMITH NELSON MERRILL JONATHAN ROGERS. MMMfWwVWWwyOi JOlEfC CAXIIOITK'S TESTIMONY t3" "MB. BUCHANAN HAS HABITUAL- LY INDICATED ON THE DANGEROUS QUESTIONS OF SLAVEEY COBRECT FEE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 July 1856

Vf x 5rtf. ----.rr. rrBnm i:PPgl cwr- . . Tl nB .WTinWjn . .uLPt- MSImZ rait -i .- :a8SV.i - aw.flAif51 .Jtfts ?-s v'miwxmmt wmm-immm 7 ? 3 $ y 7 t $ u rT.rfitoii-i'XeeUar? RIcalstictmeeting'or'tha Ik-- Tto"ocraSclrry i xravmcuuuy t:ui- tm ilimTMiThiria r r -rl--Jl-"fw'" Yl JrT?"AlM -bleatfeeCoarl House on fcataraay eve- ning June 23th for the purpose of ratify- ing ttominations of the Cincinnati Con- vention. When on motion of R. T. Brbwnngg Esq. the meeting was organized by calling Col. Adolpus G. Weir to the chair. The object of Ihe meeting being explained by the chairman oa motion of Win. Byrd Esq. 3fajor John 3arshall Capt E. S. Giles and Col. ILL. Harralson were chosen vice- President! On motion of George Flourhoy Esq. R. T. Brownrigg and P. B. Calhoun were ap- pointed 'Secretaries. T&elbrganixation of the meeting being complete. The following resolutions were on motion unanimously adopted. Besotted That tie "Democracy of Tram county ball with heart felt rejoicing the adop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 July 1856

WWfflWBT 1 - . - i i Jj-rmtTT ajsaassawMiiiiaiLiiisL wtm....j-i-iuji!'-ai. jiuLua.iaji 'jri-gwt ' - niiiiiimi i " t lWBrT- w . -ars . . - -eta- a " ' ' ' " "-1 ' - W" i ' .T t .. - . hr mj: . : . (OttrUaBUcrit st$$i - f ft 1 M. iliaaa'sarareeWnrMgB ! 1FHog to the breexe- -COwr fewotr inscribed riih'llee patriot names 1Vei tL-e watchword c weep ea like a wtonn v'cr the tea '!1TH a oattof! respond with victorious acclaims! Once sore to tbe bread) asd the aajwnibeoon. Our country nor duty oar party syi oa. J!hd tho "legion of factfen coabtse all .br Dower. If tie Dements rally tie victory oa : . Oar ptrty It trae asd or mea .fcty trlej BfhBoMK?r-.J. State wd fiB St 'Fruolarbrt cleans iajuneti Knowotb- Tfcraapar tie ttife sallant Democrat all. 8r0r LdtteJir cur c.0Bfltr" tLewr-cr. stall ce- 2c3ubMeaaTJbcfc and Republicans Red rfatBe!f cYampuJU Sumner shall feel black and AaaihfenOcster Fres'Sral with bis grim bydra- lored Saalf to iw: bad: towith bis infamous crew. Three ckeea fwrBfeeia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 July 1856

? t Hi -7 M m STATE GAZETTE APPENDIX PRINTED AND PUBLISHED AT THE CITY OF" AUSTIN TEXAS BY MARSHALL & OLDHAM. Sixth Legislature Adj'd Session. AUSTIN TEXAS JULY 8 1856. NO. 58. HOUSE. Austin July 8 1856. THE WILL BILL. Me. Stjsdmax Mr. Speaker this ques- tion in my view is one of much more im- portance than some members seem to at- tach to it. It proposes a radical change in a most important branch of our judicial system the consequences of which cannot be easily foretold. Gentlemen take it for granted that the opponents of this bill are enemies to the common law. So far as I am concerned this is an entire mistake. I was educated for the legal profession in a common law State and under the direc- tion of common law masters and I have strong partialities and prejudices in favor of that system. If I were in a common law State I think perhaps J should sup- port this bill ; but here where we have ?o much of the civil law mixed up in our judicial system I believe that the passage of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 July 1856

1856. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. 35 into tho sanctum of matrimonial life they know nothing of the bright side of the picture nothing of that natural love which a parent bears towards his offspring. They argue the question that every man who raises a second family of children must ne- cessarily loose his affection for his older ones consequently must do them injustice in the distribution of his estate. I sir am one of that class supposed to he brought undersuch influences and 1 am happy to have it in my power to give the charge a flat and positive denial. That the natural feelings of a narent. should be erased from the tablet of his heart byinfluences of this kind is a slander upon that class in society. As long as the pulse of life beats in the bosom of any man he hasa natural love for his offspring and fol- lowing the instincts of his nature he will do justice; if the offspring has not by some gross misconduct alienated his affections. And if he has I say it is wrong that we should l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 July 1856

QAm KH 31 LEGISLATIVE PEOCEEDINGS. 'J- JULY 9 another may in consequence of indolence or other cause hare nothing and that the parent should hare the power to make the latter equal to the former by making him sole legatee of his estate to the acquisition of which the former perhaps and mainly contributed Ihis sir is a singular posi- tion. Itwouldbebut poor encouragement to a young man to be told that his efforts to acquire property would incase of success be rewarded by disinherison by his parent; and it would illy accord with our notions of justice to say that a parent should con- fer his bounty upon that child alone who had proved himself to be a drone and slug- gard. Again it is said that the existing law trenches upon the natural rights and that it deprives the people of the inestima ble privilege of disposing of their proper- ty as they may choose all that I have to say in reply to that argument is that to al- low a man to disinherit his child it an ex- ceeding poor privilege; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 July 1856

WP 1856. ViSGiSLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. 37 oar present laws stop his property'; hut at tire same time a summons fesuea at the suit of a creditor and service fa had before he leaves; a judgment is obtained and an cxeoution issues to Bexar which takes pre- cedence over any debt which he may KaVc there contracted upon the faith cf his pro- pcrty. Who then loses? The fact is tho bill will benefit the west in my humble opi- nion more than injure it. Besides sir citizens are moving from the west to the east and the north leaving debts unpaid. This I know from personal knowledge for lI have collected debts in Lamar county which were contracted in Gonzales ; audi caa say too with much more difficulty and delay than if they had been contracted in Lamar county. Besides sir this bill will protect the unsuspecting citizens of the west against that class who usually buy all they can upon credit and then leave their creditors to whistle over their Departure (in many cases to unorganized portions of ou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 July 1856

5t 36. LEGISLATIVE PK0CEEDING5. JULY 10 from'Panola (Mr. Poag) that yon could notclass the citizens interested in the pas- sage of'this act ; but sir the debtor is the creditor and the creditor in turn is the deb'vpr. In jny section of country I ain certain thaluchis the case; for if it was other- wise I would occupy a different position but if is on this account sir that I feel the decpTinterest which I do. The creditor has as much to watch and do on the debtor side as has the debtor against whom he at the timjj. moves andutcc vena 'It'jias been Eaid that this change is for specialties or exceptional cases. I was in- decdjrarprised at that statement and if it woulavhot be uncharitable I would say that tfc'elirgument adduced upon the opposite sidc'of- this question suggested this idea to the gentleman who handled it. Let me Mr.Speakcr for one minute recur to some of thoc arguments; and the first and per- haps most important used is this that a manwiH-!dcsirc to move out of his count...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 July 1856

rasesrTAW ?je.mi jH V . I860. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. 30 market. He owes A. B. a note of 100. He has a plantation consisting of five hun- dred acres of land in Harris county ; he has twenty-five slaves. I ask the gentle- man from Nacogdoches or any other gentle- man opposed to this bill what the conse- quence would be if that creditor should swear that by such removal he would proba- bly lose his debt ? Sir it would require but one plea in reconvention to satisfy any gentleman of the inexpediency of such an experiment. And an appeal to the crimi- nal law of the country would at once add one to the population of our Penitentiary. Sir we have had sufficient experience for the last six years of the operation of this law upon the planter. The constituents of the gentlemen from Nacogdoches Pano- la San Augustine Smith Anderson and several other counties including my own trade exclusively at Shreveport and Natch- itoches in the State of Louisiana. I have scarcely ever heard of a planter ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 July 1856

'i m vm!gB&lt' :& LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. 'in Oar Southern States have taken great interest iu this matter. I know not whether there has been any legislative action or not. T understood that the State of Alabama has actually appropriated inoncy for this pur- pose. I know not whether this be so. I would gladly co-operate. I would sec Tex- as Co-operate heartily with her sistcrSouth- crn States in sending men to Kansas whether they act as individuals or under the authority of the State. It is the most mo- mentous question tins Kansas question that has ever been presented to the consid- eration of the South. "Wc are interested in its solution in common with all the other Southern States but apart from this we "have a special interest in this question. We arc separated by a narrow strip of In- dian territory from Kansas itself. "We have Tiunagnificeut empire in our unsettled public domain all of which is susceptible of slave lafior. It becomes us to consider in con- nection wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 July 1856

f 1 rf9r 1TATE GAZETTE APPENDIX. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED AT THE CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS BY MARSHALL & OLDHAM. Sixth Legis'e Adjourned Session. AUSTIN. TEXAS. JULY J 185G. NO. 54. - . SENATE. Senate Chamber ) July 9th 1856. j RIGHT OF REDEMPTION. The report of the Committee on Public Lands on a bill to secure the right of re- demption in land sold under execution was taken up and read. Mr. White of Victoria desired to make but a single remark before the question on the adoption of the report was taken for the purpose of calling the attention ut' sen- ators to the general principle engrafted in 'the bill. The object had in view by the framers of the bill was to allow those who were driven to the necessity of disposing of their lands under forced bale or sold by virtue of execution (and it is known to all that property universally sells low in such cases) to have an opportunity to recover their property liquidating the demands for which tho property was originally taken when their circ...

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