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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 May 1845

rHf- fH v!T X "int. ..y- May !o TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. ? Wiv-:s r The Committee retired for a short time and returned and made the following report through their Chairman K. G. Green. We the undersigned appointed a Committee ' for the purpose of reporting resolutions ex- pressive of the opinions and whdiesof a meet- ing held by public notice at'Crockett in llous- tun County :26th April 1845 ask leave to re- port tha following: 1. Resolved That we the citizens of Hous- ton county approve of the Joint Resolutions as adopted by the Congress of the United Slate of A met ica for the immediate annexa- tion of Texas to that Government. 2. Resolved That we also pledge our- selves to use all honorable menus that may effect the speedy annexation of Texas to the United States. 3. Resolved That we also request our Senator and Representative in Congress to unite with us to that end. 4. Resolved That we hold all overtures frm European Governments for the purpose of obtaining our Independence as...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 May 1845

! 3i&A?'S?Z?3v'lrfX t c-.. rrrrrzr -W Vjr 7' rWjrt j? fywhir 'rtXitgti!' -- K-rrw-t " ' j-r 182 TEXAS NATIONAL REGTSTER. May li 5pip K i 7 b i ti Fvtkt Register. TO IY GUITAR. " s BY M. L.rH. Rest thee awhile my sweet guitar ! . . I have no cheerful sons for thee iAnd words of grief would sadly mar Thine own enchanting melody ! Sleep till the cloud hath passed away That darkens now my spirit's light And then I'll sing n joyous lay . Of hope renewed ami visions bright ! ' I will not wake upon thy chord The sacred scenes of days by-gone The un forgotten looks and words That linger in the heart alone. For memory doth not bring again. The absent loved unto the siht And visions woke by music's strain Shed o'er the heart a joyless light. Thus fir thy notes have breathed alone. Some gladsome tale of joy and weal And never never may one tone Of sorrow o'er thy wild chords steal. PUBLIC MEETING Ia Washington County sustaining the Presi dent's Proclamation. Brexiiak May 12 1845. At a meet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 May 1845

&rs?T 'kffCf & vm-i&gm l: b vv : w-v- W 'W""' Vw-jr.v4j y - . $hy lo TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. u i. 18 7 1 KICI2 & ICHOJLS HAVE jubt received from New Orleans and New York a Urge and complete assortment of Dry- Goods Grocciief and Hardware coutuslingin pari an follows 50 bhls. siiper6ne Flour. 100 acks Rio and Huvimu Coffee 30 bids. hiskey best quality 10 qr. casks Brandy 4 4 Holland Gin 50 boxes Claret Wine 10 hinds. New Orleans Sugar 00 boxes white and brown Havana Suar 4 caks loaf do 5 boxes S j it-mi Candles 10 bbls. Molasses 10 boxes gun powder and imperial Tea 2 oses do do in 2lb caddiee 40 boxes Tobacco comprising some of the most choice brands us well as cheaper qualities ": 12 boxes Starch 8 bags Pimento 40 cats Hats consisting of fashionable sporting broad and medium biim 12 doz. black and while Wool Hats 75 do. palm leaf and Tumpieo do 20 ps. bagging 20 coils Rope 0 kegs Cut Nails Wrought do. 0 tons fewedes Iron asMirtcd Kugiifth cast steel American & G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 May 1845

"i'j'i'V ' 1 iSf 'taSv -r V-Vv!ntni JIttj- J-w 5Sr4 v - - u 'fSfe' v 7 1 4184 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. May 15 '-?. -45& jhwt-vii &rs? &te t SESSIONS OP THE COURTS OF THE REPUBLIC. srSuPRSME COURT JoiIN HeMPUILL CHIEF JUSlJtEi At the Scat of Government or place where lhe regular sessions of Congress are hoideii ; Third Monday in December annually. First District John B. Jones Judge. Matagorda. First Monday in March and September : two weeks. Brazoria. Third Monday iu March and September: two weeks. Fort Bend. First Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September one week. Austin. Second Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September : one week. (rafocsfon.Fourih Monday after the fourtli Monday in March and September: until the business is disposed of. Second District Wm. J. Jones Judge. Colorado. First Monday in March uud September: one week. Third District R. E. B. Baylor Judge. Travis. First Monday in March and Sep- tember: two weeks. Bastrop. Third Monday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 May 1845

W i V-t r'V T J -' . --r w 't?v i v ft 18 . - sa. '.'" " - r j1 . . . W ' f " 45 i 3? '"NATIONAL. WASHINGTON TEXAS TIlUlSDAY MAY 22 1845 VOL. I. NO. 24 - x - .v j ' -etfBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBHBSBSBSHsSBSBSBVBHeSKBMHelibfc- -SVBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBMBSBSeSisBSBSBSBSPSpBMeHBSBHB. BesasssBeEssTLjl! - -wmr-a rV " MIS r "lVfe .. I - s .A. ; ? 7 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS BY MILLER & CUSHNEY PU1LIC PRINTERS. e i'EKAig. Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol -lars for six months and two dollars for three months j Advertising. Far each square 01 lUU words or un- der first inscrtidiu one dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty cenisj- - - A deduction of fifty per cent will be made upon yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for office ten dollars Postmasters Sheiiffs and Clerks of Courts are specially authorized to procure subscriptions and ad" vcrlisemcnls and collect and remit the money therefor. An allo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 May 1845

TIv 1 M 'ww ' I gc TEXAsS national regis; May aa. r lS6 CTn : r"I J 1MIp?'v? ff t3f 4Jfc -- ?$&? TEXAS' NfifflR5!S& ?THURSDAYtkiV 221$45. Robert C. Campbell has been elected to the House of Representatives from Ehrf Bend" and C. C. Dwycr from Bexar county The Editor of the Register having left on a visit to the United States the Register will until his return be under the conduction of an untramelled writer; the editor therefore should be held blameless for whatever course the pro tern editor may seem fit to adopt. The District Court for Washington county in session at Brenham promises to be one of long duration. We learn that some 70 or SO indictments have been made by the Grand Jury at the present term ; they are with the exception of one case for murder and some few for assaults and minor offeuces principal- ly under the gaming law; most of the persons indicted are non-residents being sojourners here during the session of Congress. f Maj. R. S. Neighbors Indian Agent arri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 May 1845

4' r';- May 22 TEX AS N A T I O Nii RE G I S TER 187 -.'Sfl6iSffv. . V- Sv--. fJi. t -. ' ' We avail ourselves oftthejiibors of the New Orleans Bee (says the Civilian) in giving the following abstract of the memorial addressed to the Mexican chamber of Deputies by Senor Ouevas the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Does it not seem u little remarkable tliut while the indications are so favorable for the removal of the only impediments which have yet stood in the way of the prosperity of Texas and when the country has advanced-so rapidly even un- ' der these obstacles so little liberality should be manifested towards the views of that por- tion of our citizens who are satisfied with the success thus far and the prospect of its con- tinuance of the experiment of sustaining Tex- as as 'an independent republic-? In reference to the memorial the Bee says "We have been struck on its perusal by the comparative moderation of its tone and by the ingenious array of argument in favor of the peculiar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 May 1845

rt v-rSton V vy --k v " ." H TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. May 22 y 5"55?rS!jr' Ji" -Hff? '"" -- 188 -- - - w e . S .. l i I V 1 ADDRESS Of the Cerrtspotiding Caittee rpHc a Meeting of the citizens ejf ' Washing- ten County held at the town of Brenham ' May 12 sustaining the President's Procla- mation. TO THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS. The' undersigned- a committee appointed n behalf of the people of Washington County to aid and co-operate with their fellow-cm-zens of the other counties of the Republic in accelerating the great national measure ot an nexation would in the discharge ol the duties imposed on them respectfully submit to their countrymen their views and sentiments. What is the slate of this question 1 The United States Government bus submitted a definite proposition for the annexation of Tex- as to that Government. The first clause of that proposition prescribes the course widely Texas must pursue in her action upon it. 1 we would avail ourselves of the terms o their bill we the peopl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 May 1845

vits" -'feA-v4'vfcC vfttps" SlTr o-r. v- ' - v A -A4 -fSp!tf V to ay 22 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 199 JNfe x ' l three hundred voters; allowing at least one Delegate fur each county.' In this instance as iu many other the mean number would probably meet with the approbation of the ma- jority. If the President therefore should sug- gest that one Delegate should hs chosen for every two hundred and forty or every two hundred and fifty voters we believe a inajori ly of the people would readily assent to this recommendation also The President having been elected by the direct votes of the people is their immediate representative and it is his duty to communicate with them freely upon all important questions affecting their general welfare. It is his duty also whenever he can clearly ascertain their wishes to endeavor to carry them into efivct. He has ascertained that they desire to have a Convention called at an early day and if in accordance with the desire the people have so plainly man...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 May 1845

JV't ' 5 nf y&Y" T vr'-'tfr1' 'vSg .-5-y.'tftj-fr-iy'i-wr--- vz-.rp iTirtp s; fjiSSKi T 19 T6XAS NATIONAL REGISTER. fit J$ May 22 r-"--!4-&- -f--V; y uf'j? r7 I. V f - JoIib Plk..Wftrbut Wthe' hnr charged with robbing the Mexican minister of a favorite og named Texas the circumstances of the case Don Bernardo Murphy staled to be these: some months since John I'olk o!d his Excel- lency the dog (a very large animal spotted black and white that used to run under his carriage) subsequently a fellow named Hous- ton a countryman of Polk's who had been m his Excellency's service absconded with the dor and he had that day seen it at Green- wich fair whither he had gone in company with Chevalier Bunsen. The animahvus tied to a van belonging to the prisoner and from which he was haranguing and psalm-singing to the company at the fair. Policeman X 21 said Please your wor- ship there has been more picking of pockets round that 'ere psalm singing man than in any part of the fair. Mr. Abe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 May 1845

ljh v-r . mmm . . wtmm lrtgFZS. -7- - '-ViV5;-N. -"s4 &r&7 f--7:v-i v " .--. - V C?PKCc -" "" s " r '7' j May 22 TKXA:SNATI0NALREGISTER. 191 ! 14. u f RICE & NICHOLS HAVE jubt received from New-Orleans and New York ajargo and complete assortment of -Dry 6uds Groceries and.Hardwarc consistinginparl as lbiloivs 50 bbls superfine Flour) . J 00 sacks Bio and lit van a Coffee 30 bbls. Whiskey best quality . 10 qr. casks Brandy 4 4t Holland Gin 50 boxes Claret Wine s -10 hbds. New Orleans Sugar V 30 boxes white and brown Havana Sugar 4 casks loaf do 5 boxes Sperm Candles 10 bbls. Molasses 10 boxes gun powder and imperial Tea 2 cases (in do iiit2U caddies 49 boxes Tobacco comprising some of the most choice brands as well as cheaper qualities .. 12 boxes Starch" S bags Pimento 40 ca-es Hats consisting of fashionable sporting broad and medium brim 12 doz. black and while Wool-Rats 75 do. palm leaf and Tampico do 20 ps. bagging 20 coils Rope a 50 kegs Cut Nails Wrought do. G tons ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 May 1845

i i? -rf V W. 4"py- ' ?z.r- 3' 192 TEXAS NATIONAL ItEGISTER. May 22 aut - i SESSIONS OP THE COURTS OF TflE REPUBLIC. Supusme- Court John Hemphill Chief V Justice. At the Seat of Government or place where the regular sessions of Congress are holdeu : Third-Monday in December annually. First District John B. Jones Judge. Matagorda. First Monday in March and September : two weeks. Brazoria. Third Monday in March and September : two weeks. Fort Bend. First Monday after the fourih Monday in March and September one week Austin. Second Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September: one week. Galveston. Foir:h Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September: until the business is disposed of. Second District Wm. J. Jones Judge. Colorado. First Monday iu Marcli mid September : one week. Third District R. E. B. Baylor Judge. Travis. First Monday iu March and Sep- tember: two weeks. Bastrop. Third Monday in March and September : one week. Fayette. Fourth Monday in March and Septe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 May 1845

yoL.1. WASHINGTON TEXAS TjBIIRSBAT; MAY 29 1845 NO. 25 V Id Itf TEXAS NATIONAL. REGISTER -. 'w- j!r ; -l"..V'!J'-Yl PUBLISHED ON "THURSDAYS ' MIL L ER& C US H N E Y PUBLIC PRINTERS. &fjt ' TERMS.: . Suhscription.-rFivc dollars per airtium ; three dol -z mjs i - lsrs for sis rabi Sdvcrtisin ?.T" and two dollars for three months. reach square oflOO words or un- Jur?eacn subsequent j v der first insertion one dollar insertion fifty cents. A deduction of fifty per cent will be made upon yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. j. Announcement of. candidates for office ten dollars Postmasters Sheriffs .and Clerks of Courts are i:- specially authorized to procure subscriptions and ad" ' i verfisements and collect and remit the monsey;thcrcfor. ': An allowance of ten1 per cent uponall sums be- iwcen twenty-five and fifty dollars and of twenty .percent upon all sums over fifty dollais will be made. AGENTS FOR THE REGISTER. L - "Vfc n A.UBTIN Coustv Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 May 1845

IMWfKRIWWPV E vp siSp' kf& -l- - " k"R . e : 'V Ktefct .o-i " . t. j jt. "li -. -a. 'i 'rrrr ... .t tik. . gst .jv- 'rf - -j -iv' vu .; al vus .-. .r i- -;-- . i r - . - ' "a. w - r- -vJ i vo "r.mr w - ty i -t i i . -j-j x t . t -.---. - - -tin i - -. - - - tar- j r'.rrv .-MS li. IE- I 1 r m & A h ? V Is I. f I r & & j & s 3. r rMSBJSfcWlf frontier with fePiP !".' ThefouHV:: J 4 -y itces.tr'-v-v'i - .- I A'." .v-'- VTiVt V5 s " 4 ffeVSttfarjUt-W?-. "-' ' rl.-Ct-'j ' ' ' uur; qesuoteir ranu none nave neretoiore exer- cisecnthat jright more that Dr. Moore himself) SJP" . i The attention of. our readers ie invited to the extracts -made idronr paper of lo-daj from the New York Journal of Commerce unlike tlie papers of New Orleans the editors of that journal have sought to place the facts 'before its readers for. their perusal and reflection rather than a hatched up mess of erode and indigestible matter the offspring of perhaps a tod morbid sensibility which appears t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 May 1845

r2:?r3! w- ?r im V - i May 29 jmt JL I - - iHjJ--t- Wm MWMlMk. if WWWWP'l WKJ.&&JmV'-tEKtt&itorlffile -- vym'mBWMmMBWMmwm tn vwr 'w '"- 5 .Sirrtv))1 . t. ' -jiiT !. V -rMsx-rF &4& x m ..:. ! m mm mm - r. . . --. -.. -i.- I . . JUFii jv.a t..". .i..liJ 4.7 ' - fc -" -lu .. - Tii"F 1 f . i'.NIifj.r ...-1-.. .- r -' l . T yyjjfeg VArA jr .v& a.w ggLg2ZaS2iS '.drS-aV . -iCT- . ' -.SV The preliminary proaosiuoosei Texas are $of a character honorable and fair towardi the BepubUcfiand tha Gorernment without deci- ding ?ponthem; had no doubt about accept- in them as the initiative to the arrangemeat sought by Texas.- v - r " -rx The message closes by recommending the passage of the following resolution :; gfXhn Government is authorized to receive lhe;propositions made by Texas and to pro- n ceed to the formatiou of a treaty that it deems honorable to the Republic ; to be laid before Congress for its examination and approba- - . -- . - tion: - i-v . . .t 1 . J- - un t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 May 1845

Ea&VW SSV t&sssrv v - "i"VWl5M.S" H P$f Off&sjs&snr; ;- 4i . v-o-rjl '- wwe - 1. tV. tt - AhT -& wfi y. j. "T&Uf V A '.to-t TuSjV ? ! i? v ?' - -jt y .jul-t Trr-.-r '-? v -Trjr-- rs jA . v rn lit'- . . w r & & ? -5? -" " . & :.p'eX"a ;N$ro"Nt. regi ster. v- a5 -Osf .. 3Iay 2ST 196 v .-at .... - - .V ItFn '"" .ft?. --3. li Irv I" V If ? 'i 1 n i T ) f i I u " TEXAS AND MEXICO. Tbe departure of the Texian Secretary of State Lr..Asiiue! man ior uSiu s given rise to various speculations injthe papers ofNewOrleaus and other places as to the objects of his mission. Some have discovered in it a deep laid plot to defeat annexation; and various collateral circumstances have been appealed to as confirming the suspicion. A paragraph of this nature wo published . on Monday from the New Orleans Bulletin as follows: Texian Movement. A.good deal of specu- lation has been iudulged as to the place of destination of Mr. Ashbbl Smith the JSecrela- & ryof State o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 May 1845

TsTJ2& fj.. i3 i wvr?sm feWF"! '&. " !S2sB- as . iLLffSl -i&fH"-. M?' r""-.rr JS01V-: ' '1 r A 1' IJ .Mfcjr 29 t v. K T.E.X.A-S: N. A ' j ON ALRE IS t ."- ' 0' f AC iWr enough to afford a warning to many; not to trust too strougly to the quicksand on .which theycStand and for them torremem- ber thegreat recreation which is general- ly attendant upon high prices where tfie jxnverof production is so euorriious as it is in iron and thato large an advance as I have noted places them oil a giddy hight from whence if they fall they may do themselves most extensive damage. l liave not touched upon the loss which the public sustain bv extravagant prices nor the effect this will have in becoming a sort of premium upon foreigners making iron for themselves in increased quantities nor upon various other points; but I de- liberately distinctly and earnestly depre- cate the present speculations and strongly and urgently warn the speculator of his danger that the trade may settle into...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 May 1845

u.- & Hi"1 (ViJV..v ?m7 v-v- -. .-iv:7 .-uFv"T f ? c ' ! J-r-VT wi. T" s -S'- r " W rl ' I V. r ;fc$w M. . lj 1- ' i 4 .$' h F IfV' 98 i' tl - 4. frf TJEA SJ NTI OH -M.. R EG fTE-R Niyy t .y"y i- ;. -" r.- Tn 'T J-f &r a"tf SiaylO 55 $&&8? tolNaAL--MEETING .OiAe-rtizm Cty Bible mty?H- f(iarjj'tt the Americmn Bible Steitty. r TliWurth annual meeting of the above ?o- xietjrsheld in the courtaouK io Braxoria James Burke acting as Secrets? T . Several amendments were made to the Con- stitution (which will appear bj reference to H.the boolss of die Secretary) the most itnport- ant of which is4t which changes the rela- tionbf tKe Societjas an auxiliary from the '4TexM-Bifele Society to' the parent institution the Ameriotn Bible Society at New York. ; .jThe following were the resolutions passed t the meeting: Resolved Tiiat this meeting cordially ap- prove of the noble enterprize in which the American Bible Society is engaged .of sup- plying the whole world with the sacred ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 May 1845

'W fSiS&aSrS pes?. 4H:Tk S.. v J2A"ifV 3m3.-.i2:9XWS np&?i - .' Hi. tti ;r-. lr -v v 'J f May 30 1" E X?ASN AT 1X3 N AeIBIEG tSEBk .fhpfjf J-.. ." x. ' i fcii-V-a fra 'm . - --. tu. Ttt j..!' r. jiv . rvi j jtrsri. ii. f- V r nr Jf f I iy TPr r.'' .5 . . llCfi61VICIOLf "mAVEjart rtceirtd from New. Or leant aad'New Jtft York Urg and complete aaaortmoat of Dry Good Grocefkwrmd HrdWrcoMikii inpart as follows 50 bbls. superfine Flouiy 100 sacks Rio and Hitana Coffee 30 bbls. Whiskey- belt "quality 1U qr. casus irauuy( 4-'" Holland Gin 50 boxes Claret Wine 10 hhds. New Orleans Sugar dO- boxes wjiite and brown Havana Sugar 4 casks loaf "" do 5 boxes Sperm Candles H) bbi. Molasses 10 boxes gun powder 'and imperial Tea 2 cases do do in 21b caddies 40 boxes Tobacco comprising some of the most choice brands ay well' as cheaper qualities 12 5xes Starch 8 bags Pimento 40 cases Hats consisting of fashionable sporting broad and medium brim 12 doz. black and white Wool Hats- 75 do.vpalm le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 May 1845

cwpm a; PtPp ftff? S2 3j".S SP1 t fat.fiy!W5-?KkjlW3VT 1i3'B'i1-VJ) " ITTi .'' BiJ3j-3RfiiftWfflKfv8i i-rf- -..' r ? :rwj.-. ffg-FWfl rssp- rSSSISS n Vfe ?Jr ' iAsW.) V' v. .? " i . i'J H ""if J' n - ' . Vfx . '-&? "SV AAA w J ' i .. rvWA -.... . -"..c May 29 XJL $c ifyt 'Mli JitlT 12&ji&r&! iv Hi?Plr?ftM fSXJW A. " ' - rtztt '. ' . f. . y.A. Vi " A4.'. iA ' j. t iis!fivi?. . i a. jt.. ' fe.'feS jw-raa-Etf&.S?sr - . - :MftTdMSMKi;31Mmii. ' ' .. .. .... . RS 4 L I ik y V l i $ i r'i?- 0k ! s: i JSSIONSOFTHE COURTSOF THE ivuruoiill. .V- s Supreme: rnnnr. inurin .. ;.. j&V JUSTICE. - .. -i C a' f government ftr place where V if'rcse?sJonsjof Congress are hoWeii ;.: "SvW Mo5 December' annaii . 'v WFirst PiSTaicT John B. JoneOTudge. .PatigorddiFirsi Monday in March and! y ceptemuer : two weeks. j .Brazoria. Third Monday: in March and ;. September: two weeks. - . Jfy;IfcJ. First Monday after 'the fourth -j Monday in March and Septemberone week. ?:"' 4kn. Second Mon...

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