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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 April 1837

s WB T E X A MECJ-ISTER WHOIE WOIBEB 66. VOIj. II. NO. 54. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. PUBLISHED BY BORDEN & MOORE J PUBLIC PRINTERS. j TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. CO&UMBIA, TUESBAX, APRIL 11, 1837. fc DOCUMENTS RELATIVE TO THE POLITICAL CONDITIO?. OP TEXAS, AT THE COMMENCE- MENT OF THE WAR. EXPOSITION. Of the congress of the state of Coahuila and Texas, presented the au- gust chambers of the union, petitioning that no reforms be made In the federal constitution, only in the manner therein perscribed. Sir, Neither the course of preceding revolutions, nor the dearly bought lessons which they have taught us, have been sufficient to res- train within proper limits the pretentions of the two parties, who, dis- sembling their real objects, have long contended for victor'. Plans are .formed, pronouncements and alarms are repeated, proclaiming constitu- tional principles and the rights of the people; but it appears that these are invoked only to destroy...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 April 1837

IT-" translation of the ; Laws, odeus and contracts ok coloniza- jicclHhe liberty, properly and civil rights, of all foreigners, who direct or indirect, that are paid by the other citizens of the em- tion, from 1821, up to 1829; in virbue of which (profess the Roman catholic apostolic religion, the established pire. After this time, thev shall in all things relating to tares tion, from lozi, up to lozy; in virbue of which COL. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN INTRODUCED AND SETTLED FOREIGN EMIGRANTS IN TEXAS. JVb. L- Official Communication from Don Antonio Martinez, Governor of lexas, to Moses Austin. ler date of 17th January, last past, the commandant .generand superior political chief of the eastern internal pro vinces writes to me as follows: "Having thought proper to hear the most excellent provin- cial deputations, on the representation which your lordship, (usia b.) directed to me with jour official letter, No. 1110, of the 26th December last, I have just received its resolution, to which I ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 April 1837

V. they made the attack and the injur, the received by them litis been the result of their own tcmcritv. Frost. A severe frost on the night of the 7th inst. has killed al- most every kind of garden vegetables, and what is more calamitous, de- stroyed, we are told, the cotton then up, which we suppose from the eaarly planting in the lower country, must have been a large proportion of the crops. Corn will probably not have to be re-planted. We have seen two of the oldest settlers of Austin's colon), who say they never have seen so hard.a frost in Texas. Should the dry weather continue, so as to prevent the promotion of a re-planting, a good cotton crop may not be expected this year. Harbobs ajjd Pilots. Though" several vessels have been wreck- " ed at the entrance of our harbors, it will be found on examination that more than two-thirds of these losses were the result.of ignorance, neg- lect or imprudence of the navigators .or pita's. These losses have been a drawback upon the prosper...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 April 1837

n WILKID-RCHLEIN. A more extraordinary position for a shrine, than the one where is situated the Wild-Kirchlein, or Church of the Desert, it -would be diffi- cult to select even in the Alps. It is situated in the canton of Appenzell Switzerland, in the vicinit) of Weissbad, from which place a steep rug- ged path conducts across the Bommen-Alps, through a scene of wild and savage grandeur to a wooden bridge, suspended over an appalling chasm of two hundred and fifty feet in perpendicular depth. The magnificent view of the. silver lake of the See-Alp, the rocky walls of the Eben-Alp soaring to the sky, with precipicies and valleys frowning with winter, or brilliant with verdure, coming alternately into vievv, by their singular contrasts, give a character to the landscape which it is impossible to de- scribe. The chapel and grotto are formed in the rock, the walls of which are covered with lac-lune. This wild and solitary retreat was chpsen by a native of Appenzell, named Ulmaun, who b...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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