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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 5 June 1845

f S " ..aaBiByiiaFwiv1 -sec w .-? f.- '.V- REGISTER. NATIONAL. omvmsnnnii WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 5 1845. VOL. I. NO. 25 i.5 i ftp-'i irrr in iittt-ii il nTi-Mwrrrw i "aw i !! iu-J !!- TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS BY MILLER&CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. 1h VERMS. Suhscriptiaa. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for six months and two dollars for three months. Advertising. For each square of 100 words or un- der first insertion one dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. 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 Sheriffs and Clerks of Courts arc specially authorized to procure subscriptions and ad-' vcrtiscmenls and collect and remit the money therefor. An allowance of ten per cent upon all sums be- tween twenty-five and fifty dollars and of twenty per cent upon all sums over fifty doilats will be made. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 5 June 1845

TTr V r 302 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. June & ".-&&.' Nv S l : li :v .." -J rv - l - TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. w.f s jut-V 6To .v. o THURSDAY JUNE5 1845. At the election held in this precinct yester- day for delegates to the Convention to Le held at Austin on the 4th July next the candidates for this county received the following vote : Hemphill 129 Van Irion ' 6S Williamson 29 Lipscomb 67 Cole 26 L Barnett 23 r llowil). 4 The vote at Independence resulted thus: Hemphill 18 Lipscomb 26 Irion 67 Barnett 28 Cole 40 Williamson 46 IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. Despatches were received on Monday Inst hy his Excellency the President from the Baron Alley de' Cypreg Minister Plenipo- tentiary of France giving the information that Mexico has agreed to acknowledge the Inde- pendence of Texas upon the most favorable terms. The resolutions to this effect passed the Congress of Mexico by a vote in the House of 41 to 15 and in the Senate by one of 20 toO. We understand the President will at as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 5 June 1845

yf -JiT' June 5 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER 203 '"Yt1 r CORRESPONDENCE. New Orleans May 25 1845. Gen. Sam Houston: Sir : The undersigned having heard with much pleasure of your arrival in New Orleans beg leave to tender to you its hospitalities. Recollecting the conspicuous positions which you have occupied and the various offices you have filled with so much credit to yourself and benefit to your adopted conn- try the prosperous and rising republic of Tex- as in the future destinies of which the people of the United States arc hourly becoming more and more deeply interested. And as contradictory rumors have gone abroad in relation to the part you will' proba- bly lake in the important question of annexa- tion now being agitated which might seem to justify the belief that you will oppose the com- pletion of this measure; and as no citizen of the republic of Texas can be belter acquaint- ed with its history or more conversant with its true policy and interests than yourself with a view t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 5 June 1845

t v yc. -j - AT" 2o TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. June 5 "V From the N. Y. Commercial Advertiter. VIVE LA BAGATELLE. We have found it necessary t be very grave perhaps tedious through the week ; so bv way of variety we end it with an amusing account of Tom Thumb's tri- umph in Paris which we translate from the Journal des Debats. At first we had it in mind only to notice the article and then philosophize somewhat upon the strange infatuation which accompanies that pitiable little specimen of humanity; the infatuation that heaps upon him wealth and costly gifts while learning genius and high talentTmay think it much if they win for their possessor a bare subsistence. We thought of a profligate dancing woman counting her sains by thousauds of a miserable half-witted dwarf receiving cost- ly jewels from the hands of royalty while great men and pure hearted women are pining in obscurity or too often suffering under the absolute wants and miseries of life ; and there came an indignant feeling...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 5 June 1845

Ji. V" '"""V1 T fx-'-'sefP "V unc 5 TEXAS NATIONAL ItfiCfiTFEfi. $tf 'r now culture and growth amoug them; . The girdle which so tightly repressed the vital energies of the nation is broken and the form and proportions of the Jewish mnn are ex- panding and approximating to the modern European standard. Nay moie! the Jew who is thoroughly 'emancipated' inclines to join or even to head the extreme radical party which it is to he wished may earn the name so readily arrogated by each innovator of Iteform party. A movement party is to be sure necessarily a reform party but has no right to assume so noble a name unless its leaders at least if not the party in general are intelligent or prophetic of the principles which must animate the next developemcnt of organic life. From the Albany Argus. OREGAN TERRITORY; AMERICAN TITLE AND BRITISH CLAIM. Great Britain claims without reservation all the territory north of the Columbia river and au equal right to navigate that river. It is said that s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 5 June 1845

' I'XrT. 5SJj' I "IK " -A. . -C- V . . P 206 TEXAS NATIONALEGTSTER. June 5 t 5$-'wS3 S I i K ;Froavthe Bortori JAtlat . NEWS FROM ENGLAND. The Royal Mail Steamer Hibernia Capt. Alexander Ryrie arrived at this port yester- day morning at 8 o'clock from Liverpool via Halifax. She left Liverpool on the afternoon of she 19th ult. and has made the passage in a little short of 17 days iucludiug the deteution? at Halifax. By this Arrival we have received our full files of London papers to the evening of the 18th ult. and Liverpool papers to the morning of the 19th ult. with letters from our foreign correspondents. The war panic respecting the Oregon ques- tion had given place to a universal excitement growing out of the grant to the Roman Catho- lic College of Maynooth which subject ab- sorbed general attention in England Ireland and Scotland. The pacific character of the American news taken to England by the Steamer Cambria and the general silence of the American press ou the Oregon quest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 5 June 1845

"SJ5S " fV V 1 -b. W "V'A Wi - -'' f .? V June 5 Texas national register. 20? f SjtSS RICE & NICHOLS HAVE jubt received from New Orleans and New York a Urge and complete assortment of Dry Goods Groceries and Hardware cousistin in part as follows 50 bbls. superfine Flour 100 sacks Rio and Havana Coffee 30 bbls. Whiskey best quality 10 qr. casks Brandy 4 " Holland Gin 50 boxes Claret Wine 10 hhds. New Orleans Sugar 30 boxes white and brown Havana' Sugar 4 casks loaf da1 5 boxes Sperm Candles 10 bbls. 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 as well as cheaper qualities . 12 boxes Starch 4 8 bags Pimento 40 caes Hats consisting of fashionable sporting broad and medium brim 12 doz. black and white Wool Hats "-"75 do. palm leaf and Tampico do 20 ps. bagging 20 coils Rope SO kegs Cut Nail- Wrought do. 6 tons Swedes Iron assorted English casit steel American & Germ. do. 2 tons hollow ware...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 5 June 1845

?ppirfp JP?giHJWJiMw '? Wa;-? L vj"K-i ' 08 ei TEXAST NATIONAL ffcEISTER June 5 fi. .- s' Ifc k'.N J IK K- - IW 2 & ir i. I fe fvj? -. 3 5tx Ft. IF J I- i "6i; SESSIONS OF THE COURTS OF TllE REPUBLIC Supreme Court Jous Hemphill Chief W Justice. .:At the Seat of Government or place where .the regular sessionsof Congress are holderi : JThirdJlonday in December annually. IFirst District John B. Jones Judge. Matagorda. First Monday in March aud September : two weeks. Brazoria Third Monday in March and September: two weeks. Fort Bend. First Monday after .the fourth Monday in March and September one week. Austin. Secqnd Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September: one week. (rflcesfoi.Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September : until the business is disposed of. fc Second District Wm. J. Jones Judge. Colorado. First Monday in' March and September : one week. Third District R. E. B. Baylor Judge. 1'ravis. First Monday in March and Sep- tember : two weeks. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 12 June 1845

-WV -s.v- -f--i. - V-'ntr"f1--- TTT Pi 'i . T : : ' -: ..i WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 12 1845. NO. 27 VOL. I. NATIONAL p K liiwis i . ff TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS BY MILLER & CJJSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. TERMS. Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for six months and two dollars for three months. " Advertising. For each square of 100 words or un- der first insertion one dolUr. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. 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 Postinastcrs" Sheriff and Clerks of Courts arc specially authorized to procure subscriptions and ad" verliscments and collect and remit the money therefor. An allowance of ten per cent upon all sums be- tween twenty-five and fifty dollars and of twenty per cent upon ail sums over fifty dollars will be made. AGENTS FOR THE REGISTER. Austin County San Felipe J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 12 June 1845

' I UJ ' 1 f- t. A '- TEXAS NATIONALREGISTER. June 12 210 V & . TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. UfJi 8MEJS 6TOJS THURSDAY JUNE 12 1845. Iaj. Donelson the United States Charge d ffaircs arrived here on Sunday last. DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION. WashingtonCounty John Hemphill A. S. Lipscomb Van R Irion. Fayette R. E. B. Baylor Jas. S. May- field. Bastrop Jno. Caldwell. Robertson H.J. Jewett Cavitt Armstrong. Austin Oliver Jones P. M. Cuney. Galveston Richard Bache Jas. Love. Harris Isaac Brashear A. McGown Francis Moore jr. Montgomery Sara Houston James Scott. C. B. Stewart Mr. McNeill. BrazosMr. Lusk. Travis No choice. Col. Cazneau and Judge Webb having received an equal number of votes. Gen. Houston was run by his friends with- out any certainty of his returning from the United States in time. We are happy to learn from Maj. Donelson who saw Gen. H. in New Orleans tliat he expected to return by the 1st of July. Intelligence from Capt. Hays has been re- ceived giving information that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 12 June 1845

isf-i-m K '"ffJT2 ' hiUnW -v V"ix"" J1 4'"" )' -v -.-"a" W V- 'L ' vvw v ' V -.-jt ?$ if i 'June 12 t.- ' V-aSUs j if Jto. TfixXsNvilrioN At REG ISTJ3R .Ji!L -. r2!!iL (j $ 211 Synopsis ef .Medical Etiquette presented to the Natchez MedicaljSociet'y by Samuel A. Cart id right Ms D for itsasnsideration and unanimously adopted on the ZdDc camber 1842. The intention of all those rules governing the intercourse of physicians with one another commonly called Medical Etiquette is to seek the patient's good and to preserve harmony among the members of the medical profession. So far from these time honored rules being arbitrary and unmeaning perplexing and in- convenient they are bused on the principles of Medical Ethics and arc indispensable in giving those principles a practical application. If the code of rules called Medical Etiquette be not strictly observed the character and pro- fessional reputation of the best physician is at the mercy of every intriguing dishonorable charlatan who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 12 June 1845

fSCTT? t S-Jjs.-'-.'wSK -s 'U! - 212 &'.t ISa CI June 12 It frj.rv .T- . ' ': ; -: - -v -ic58M b v. - $ S .-;-- v .aHr. THE SOUTHERN BAPT1S0.V CON. ' ' T f ENTION. 4gL ." . : ' To their Brethren in the United States j to the Gongregaiiofis connected with the resnective'Churcfies: and to. all candid . Men. i v;f A painful division has taken placeiiHhe Missionary operations' of the American Baptists. We"" would explain the origin the principlestand the objects of-that divi- sion: or thcipeculiar circu instances in which "the organization of the Southern Baptist Convention became necessary. Let not the extent of this disunion be ex- affgerated. At the present time it involves only the Foreign and Domestic Missions of uie aenommation. ixqnnern ana oum- ern Baptists are' still brethren. . They dif fer in no article of the Faith. They are guided by the same principles of gospel Order. Fanatical attempts have indeed been made in some quarters to exclude us of the South -from Christian ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 12 June 1845

-s- -;- rc" -fZTT v75 - v.Vt- i June 12 charity toward tbir Northern brethrenbu became they found it was impossible to meet themoa equal terms; because in fact; whenever they met Eatery. Slavery SLAVERY) was the perpetual never-eeas. ing song sounded in their ears and often in tones 'of bitterness bordering .upon ma- lignity and of censure indiscriminatirig and without measure. At the last .Gene- ral Conference of the Methodist Church a Southern Bishop was virtually silenced because he was a slaveholder not by pur- chase but by marriage. The separation in the Presbyterian Cnurch .although not made in strict accordance with geographi- cal lines was we have no doubt precipita- ted by the same question which has 'how divided' the Baptists and Methodists. Thus a line of demarcation has been drawn between almost the entire body of Northern and Southern Christians and henceforth thoseof each section will act separately from and independently of each other. What political consequences may ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 12 June 1845

TSrS? SZi&i. 'iS1!' "& r u ISSiftlrtfWP'-'S'Sf'v CH " a iV T&AS Ni T IQm Mu REGIES T1R. ACITVitSTREEJ.: Bt MARY UOWITT. ' 1 jfal s 5W I love the fields the woods the streams x tie wild flowers treslr ana sweeu- June-12 -i. - i &. And yet I love no less than these ! The crowded city-streefl 4j?or hauuts of men where'er theybe Awake my deepest sympathy .1 see within the city-street f? Life's roost extreme estates 'The gorgeous domes of palaces The prison's doleful gates ; The'Oearths by household-virtues blest The dens that are the serpent's nest. - I 6ee the rich man proudly fed And richly clothed pass by ; I see the shivering homeless wretch With hunger in his eye; For life's severest contrasts meet Forever in the city-street ! And lofty princely palaces What dreary deeds of wo What untold mortal agonies- Their secret chambers know ! Yet is without all smooth and fair As Heaveu's blue dome of summer air. And e'en the portliest citizen Within his doors doth hide Some ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 12 June 1845

?rS& VW '""" t A : '" r t- ". af' X 1?-S-"L M -"- ' '-VsJ f&SJfrr - June 12 TEXlSW;ATfONAL REGISTER. 215. -83S p RICE fc IICHIi HAVE jubt received from New Orleans and New York large and cenplete umtneat of Dry Goods Groceries aad Hardware coaaistia inpart u follows $0 bbls. superfine Flour 100 sacks Rio and Havana Coffee 30 bbls. Whiskey best quality 10 qr. casks Brandy . ''"-... . 4 Holland Gin ; ?' 50 boxes Claret Wine ' 10 hhds. New Orleans Sugar . 30 boxes white and bjowu Havana 'Sugar . 4 casks loaf do o boxes Sperm Candles :" 10 bbls. 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 as well as cheaper qualities 12 boxes Starch 8 bags Pimento. 40 cases Hats consisting of fashionable sporting broad and medium brim 13 doz. black and white Wool Hats 75 do. palm leaf and Tainpico da 20 ps. bagging 20 coils Rope 80 kegs Cut Nails Wrought do. 6 tons Swedes Iron assorted English caat steel -A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 12 June 1845

f$f--xKx-irfi --vs "-. .v. -& WSv$ ' "fejl. V WmmwF ;f$FS&l $ VV"1 5" tfjr'Wj' "'' "'''" " '& ' - V" " -1 ? r K SB--- u w a K CSS59HBfi9ESSSSSSS!S 1 HPl' K 4 .. .J -jdtuu. .i .V. SESSIONS OF THE COURTS OF THE .- BEPDBUC. 4g$ Supreme Court John HcMroiuyCniEF Jocticb. -4 Me &t of Cfofreraaiexf r w place where the regalar aeuioiM of Congress pre holden : ' Third Monday in December annually. Finer Disriicr 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 fourth ' Monday in March and September one week. Austin. Second Monday after the fourth Monday in March aad September: one week. Galctstan. Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September: until the business is disposed of. Second District Wm. J. Jones Judge. Colorado. First Monday in March and September: one week. Third District R. . B. Baylor Judge. 2Vw. First Monday in March and Sep-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 19 June 1845

"'- .' ---'. K 4?gy6jfe. . . ... 7 - - . -.-.': - 4 riff" 4 rh "'F -' ;.?'CS' ' !;. . v - ' -' .A.-r.v .- yrv &-! ' ifjtKS??' M - "i. j VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY; JUNE 19 1845. ' NO. 28 K (vBBHBHnaggaA ;X . . REGISTER i TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS BY MILLER & CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS.. 5j' TERMS. Suhscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for six months and two dollars for three months. Advertising. For each square of 100 words or un- der first insertion; one dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. 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 Sheriffs and Clerks of Courts are specially authorized to procure subscriptions and ad vertisements and collect and remit the money therefor. An allowance of ten per cent upon all sums be- tween twenty-five and fifty dollars and of twenty per cent upon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 19 June 1845

"XSW-W & 5S5 n V-S ' i?tjr5PSWww -t. v vMPiJ : .. "fcorr fecr vf ' cv'j5Jt 'i.rl rv- f" s-- -wv V 218 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. Jane 19 "fes-i . y 4 .i?1 Vr-. - gser? ice Santa Ann and the vile" airents of .-tiipon their own cruelty and pusillanimity: ?-fC0rt ?m PoU)si havins mSa at Saltilho on the 21st inst. we took up the line of march on the next morning strongly handcuffed in pairs. Our new guard con- sisted of two full companies of cavalry undone of infantry; the whole command- ed by Colonel Ortis particularly distin- guished for his courage and also esteemed (outside his profession) a man of generosi- ty and benevolence. r QL r0nte Was! over the identical road v from Salullo to the Ranch Salado bereto- fore described. Three day's severe march- lag brought us to St. Salvador and the fourth day (Friday the 25th of March) after a journey of twenty miles we reached me Kanch Salado about three o'clock in the afternoon. The dismal farmhouse so late the scene of our triumphant ema...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 19 June 1845

W$m $9 t" ';&? & june-I9 TEXAS NAT IONAL REG ISTJER o. 219 W-.' .tfc -r W(' "V i ( V ; rjrt. RalwAMtna TMaara. will m tikrfrjni ' to the correspondence published to-day ac- companying the President's message that our assertion with regard lb the probable action of the President in inviting the U. States to inarch their troops in and possess the country west of the Nueces if necessary was correct. The gratification which that paper expressed on our assurance will we doubt not induce theeditor on a perusal of the message and correspondence to make the amende honor- able for the various charges made upon mere rumor in relation to the supposed action of the Executive qn the question of annexation. .Senator Kaufman chairman of the com- mittee oil foreign relations yesterday reported the following resolution to the Senate. A JOINT RESOLUTION Giving the consent of the existing Govern- ment to the annexation of Texas to the United States. Whereas the Government of the United States ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 19 June 1845

F-B-. irfT." lv- m i I -V- - a-: . I rr M x i R 290 ?:. VJBgfjjj -saw' gzST TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. -s.. June 19: as . PRESIDENT JONES' MESSAGE. 1". -;. Executive Department. I Washington June 16 1845. Gentkutn of the Senate and of the House of Representatives : I am happy to greet you on this interesting occasion as the representatives of the people again assembled in the discharge of jour high and important duties. The call of an extraordinary session of Congress at this early days by the Executive was not made without the most mature deliberation and. a due re- ference to the great crisis which has arisen aiuce your late adjournment in the affairs of Texas as well as the almost unanimous ex- piession of public will which took place throughout the country in regard to the same. The Executive 'has now the pleasure to transmit-to the Honorable Congress for such action as they may deem suitable the propo sitions which have been made oh the part of die United States to this Governmen...

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