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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1835

TELEGRAPH. 21 to Guadalupe Victoria to-morrow. Ammu- nition will be forwarded. All, however, should bring as much as possible, for all we have and all we can obtain may yet be need- ed. One thing, however, should be clearly un- derstood: all should come prepared to stay till the campaign is done, or till they are honorably. discharged. All associations for the moment only, are dangerous to the cause we espouse. If all who can will come, a few days will settle the question. Not a moment or a day ought to be lost. Fifty, nay, thirty men, may turn the scale and save the country. The committee of Matagorda are ear- nestly desired to forward the six-pounder to Victoria in the least possible time, furnished with all the round and canister shot they can supply, together with .an ample supply of cannon powder. Information has just been received, that general Austin sent a flag to Cos, who refus- ed to have any communication with him as a military man. In a civil capacity, howe- ver, he decl...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1835

TELEGRAPH. solb ptfden subsistir en virtud de los pactos coifetiuciouales. Quarto. Mientras se destruian de esta manerdJas instituciones en la capital y se cir- culaban o'rdenes a-losgefes militaresde los Estadbs- para que hiciesen otro tanto, es- tos publicaban notas oficiales por la impren- t& juraado, como tienen de costumbre, que sostcndrian la Constitucion y las leyes y que'soio se trataba de castigar a algunas autoridades que las quebrantaban arro- gundose asi estos gefes la facultad de des- truir en su raiz la constitucion apretesto de cast? gar algunas faltas. Estose puede ver en las notas oficiales de los1 generales . GosyTJgartechea en-lai que se disciilpan de la. prision liecha en el' gobernador de estaEstado, Viesca, a-pretesto de no se que ventade tierras, pasandb luego a disolver las legislaturas y demas autoridades- civiles tlel Estado a escepcion unicamente de las estkble'cidas en San Felipe y Nacogdoches hasta donde no podia alcanzar su fuerza material. Para sup...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1835

y I Mi TELEGRAPH. 23 4 I P? , , '-This is true; but' it must be remembered that those governments were formed of the same men who are now persecuted, among whom I have the honor to count myself one. Afpirty; composed of the military, eccle--jmslips, and Spaniards, would never have 1 thrown open their country to foreigners. - PROCEEDINGS J it-f Tftesca. ) Nacogdo ) dies. Liberty. ffffT Or THE GENERAL COUNCIL Or TEXAS. ft Mr.Perry, from the Committee on the sub- ject of the address proposed by the chair, to thevcitizens of Texas generally, made the fol- lowing report, which on motion of Mr. Perry "vva adopted, and one thousand copies direct- r edtoje printed; whereupon A. G.Perry and vtDanielJParker were appointed to superin- ;tendtbefprinting of the same. , rv R.R. RpYALL, President. i.r A.G..PERRJ, .-. ' - . . .1. It. W K KKN V w. l ;jr.v1v , " '' S.T. ALLEN, t ' j: WAtfARKER, t WM.HITAKER, A DANIEL? PARKER, vi JOSEPH BRYAN, HUGH J JOHNSON, PETER & MENARD, A. B. HARDIN, J.B.WOOD...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1835

t K - n U TEIlEGRPH.' r Jr&hall be the'-duty of the commissioners to co-operate with the committees of vigi- ll&Hcirand safety in the different municipali- " tieaf.of Texas, hi carrying the above resolu- vbnstinto effect. JTT A. HOUSTON, -. A. G. PERRY, ii,' PETER J. MENATtD Committee. V$M BANIEL PARKER, i r ? t- Wednesday, October 21, 1835. ' The Council met pursuant to adjourn- f cJinB$ and after some discussion, the fol- . lowing report and resolutions were unani- f '. mously adopted 1 igned R. R. ROJAL, President. , Houston, secretary. 3ie committee to -whom was referred the gijljject of the finances of Texas, report tihflir opinion that the public coffers should sbe replenished,- and as a means of effecting thisfobject offer the following resolutions. ' Resolved, That J. L. Hood, Jacob Gar- , i -r . t ir it ...i . i l. if jretc ana Jrecer j. iuenara De appointed puD- p flicjagents to unite with the committees oi safety and vigilance in the jurisdiction ot Nacogdoches an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 October 1835

lix TEL IS Cr R A P H 5r ftU ' K J ,' V Aihitt? "" .IJ- j ;'::.- , iJ-jUfD TEXAS-REGISTER, 1,'ii -Of - J I ' t r. . , , . i- f ' .YOL. I, San Felipe tevAkitiii,'' Saturday; October 31, 135 NO. 4'. Mi cm t u ,, r i H ' ( ! PUBLISHED EVEFY SATURDAY, BY , BAHEB'&ilJOBPEWfi!, SAN FELIPE DE' AUSTIN, n ' 'rr-m i ' 5.- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. j "FIVE DOLLARS per annum, if paid in advance. SIX" DOLLAR'S per annum, it-paid at the expiration of sixmo&s;tand , tj J ti f SEVEN COLLARS per annum, if not paid until the endofiheyear.'1' ' il , No5 subscription will, be received foi; a less' term than six mWrths.Wl no subscription will be discontinued un- tifthe expirationbf .the" term subscribed for, unless at the option of the proprietors. , . , Subscribers not residing within the limits of Texas, are -required topay in advanceV. "TERMS' OF ADVERTISING. 'Advertisements occupying eight fines o'r lesi, One "Dol- lar for the "first, and Pifty Cenfc for, each subsequent in- sertion. 'Longer ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 October 1835

tf 26 E:LEG'RA'RH. pg wheat, &c."7 Texas, is "one of the "finest stock countries in the world; cattle are raised in great abundance, and with but little trouble. Many of the settlers count their herds by hundreds, arid great num- bers are annually purchased, and driven to New-Orleans," by drovers who "visit1 the' country for that purpose. The population is estimated at nearly 45,000 Americans, and 4 or 5,000 Mexicans. When the po- pulation shall be found to number 50,000, the people will endeavour, to obtain a go- vernment separate from that ofr Coahnila, the establishment of .a state-legislature at San Felipe, and the right of electing their own representatives to the general Congress at Mexico. During the spring -of 1834, the legislature of Coahuila and Texas passed a law allowing, the free exercise of all reli- gions; also' a separate judicial code(, for the benefit of the people of Texas, which au- thorizes the adoption of the English lan- guage in aTTIegal proceedings, esta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 October 1835

ID. u .& SI gp TELE Git AP& . 2? r ' t - i v hiWU'ecl'drfdlKat iaifeljFaXndlawwhich'coulifi purwshiii, and afiirmedthat Bancal could not lie condemned Jjt ,r . Mr. Plougouln, after some interval, again renewed his accusation and argument, which was'eloquentlyahswered by Mr. Har- dy i and the juiy 'retired to deliberate. At alateihourj, they returned into court,- and the, foreman, in the midst of the jmostj pro- found silence, stated the finding of the jury : "'Upon my honor and conscience', before God and before men, fthe verdict of the ju- ry, upon all questions of the case" before it, ' isw?; the prisoner, is ?wt, guilty. Ther prisoner heard the verdict with per- fect calmness, ana ap'peared only affected when liis friends approached to congratulate him ' onhisMescape. Thus ended this re-J markable trial., v , -I if O" ; i , l COMMUNICATION!, -"Fellow-citizens, We have been in- vited to thisscountry under the most flatter- ing inducements that were, ever before of- fered b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 October 1835

28 T.ELEGRAJML 3. ... "11 J & .vr ' ; the Constitution ;"and, would respectfully inquuehow that act comports withtfie reso- ,-tIv oft" - mi i ' lution jnjquqstion. , , , lr, u''"1 JWitli Sdue consideration, ., , . lam, ,&c.,, ltrt ' '" ' R.PEEBLES. ' T 1 1 , . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3'Cl835. ' Persons holding subscription 'papers1 for 'the Tele- graph are requested to return them to the office as soon ai practicabje. that the papers may be forwarded to sub- scribers! '.. Mr. Thomas H. Borden is authorized toTecehe sub-J scriptions, appoint aentsand transact any other busi- udss connected'uith the Telegraph. ' ' - TO GOtRRESJONDjENTS. , We regretfthat, for want of room, we are' obliged to layov er for publication in our nextjf a number, of articles which were in- tended for 'this- week. . , , ,- , The resolution of the' General Council, respecting the establishing of mails, came too late for this week, but will be published in our next. We learn from gentlemen who have just reache...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 October 1835

"E TELEjGKfcAPsH. l fi. v I ' taj:witTthe people, of T)XPS Jheyyill gjve tlipj jdeathjblpwo, thegjpjry, he jhasjacquiredj as, a, military chiefain JiJind,. perhaps, even, tOi.the poweihelias ovr;his;own,-turbulenti ahdunsettled country. , . . ltt J,t would, give us pleasure to-lay frequently before our readers correct information. rela- tive to the .affairs ofi Texas. So far, we have .been .prevented from doing so as fully: as we .wished, from, the jact, that it is diffi- cultjiere to obtain well authenticated infor- mation frpmthatjCpuntry. Hoivever, in future, we, hope to, be more favored than heretofore j and ,hope that those of oun friends who can assist us in.furnishing ouy. readers with, correct , intelligence from Texas, will, do so. j From the New;Orleans Commercial Bulletin. A crisis in the affairs of Texasit seems,, has at length arrived. - W&' are by no means' surprised at the attitude in which this section of the Mexican territory is at present placed; in fact; Ave h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 October 1835

Sai ee'gap'h. V I t I vt wjwo 'EXTRACT' ,f '"3'1 "f WfruH.ty5 Me 'ekction&nglleytirP diction ofMina, fordel&t$sMtte-gete-K dt'GSfaltimi'of 'Texas: ' ' ' '' till nib Imijj j; s'LesfeiV ,: u' c'J. li:i!or-' failfiiwiqr. os D.J C.! Barrett' ll0 l')fIj ,1'm;' ipi -i ,'EilvixraiBlirJesdn,1I?0,:r'Jlfl1 - i-ult.i wo r;:M. Coleman; ; '"' ,,J -n - "J B,.iararni,6Ve.4,;iM,1 'h 0T "' ElediScZ" under 'the ',fifst ' resolutiBiis as aaopfe'd m'tyhSmBianHri' August last '' a eu . BaftIettvSims. f h " 'm r ' uft ' ' J' I 'JVrilliaVnsdri'.1- 'J ;!t5 rEIecteaunVlerra.' s tlb'squent' arrangement for sending 'sevfeVmembers from eacli'miirii-'' cipality.""?, " ';' h M j;lM I'V-1. -' ? fi'T-nrftfifPHm nhnvkVrT'hM tf4RVVrrhtff from the returns raadeVp-fcHe cpmmittee.'6f safe'ty forltbe aBove'j'urisdiction. " ' ,,:' .T -.r,r, ,v i Di-(X BARRETT, ' j'utjii t-j ifiit u ii. 'j:fu.ij -1 kji.to ) n.v- M ) ' GKairmakV Bfin&V'Ottobe'r tfluV1835. fcLETTERiFROM -NACOGDOCHES To the , CommitteewfuVigilanc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 October 1835

L - .rTRGRiAiPiH. fgl u .. w t , the iacts that they fhaves worn to support " the republican federative government of Mexico, and tha'tthe"ir' duty requires them 'now t6' stand' ouF in ''opposition.1 "'Teias was one' of ftife uhit's'thati cobiposedithe'go- vernitie'ntjJahd) by the national .constituent I , Congress of 1824,he.' wast acknowledged 'a,soyereign and'iudepejidenUneniber of the confederacy., sovereign mem,ber,, she voluntarily ,united, in the confederacy that formed' the l goVernment ; and upon the breaking up -oft that .'government, she un- questionably has the right to accede to or to reject a new, one, that may be proposed. The one now proposed is in opposition to lier Wishes', heriihterests,Mandthe education ,of thepeopIe,ii?It protects only the interests ,ofi,tbe .m&taiyand,, clergy securing privi- leges to the one, and intolerance pfreligjon to the other. Such being its character and our right undoubted, the people of Texas, with orie- united voice, have rejecte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 October 1835

wlgr?&3l 2 't fVJ .ft: KeJ., you .have 1ST lit! IT. Bl ..lit. Jifcft ' 'wwA tf'?1 Th'jKth p.wuu".f,,rn ,;, .,t,TrT.r.r 'taken compere -youto Tesist"itv ur.iriaepehdarit oi t nat, -you nave ineun- o.iKrpiJhodb"1;'!!!" Vi.w;Un -exas 'at 'the1 timeJdf 'thfe 'not 'Bafeifflfes'HJ? Sa'n' AMbnidl1 W-you 'BefieiMTOitf'toci"" i',t ' !t iUwVoe8mimbn: iish lms "rfti.tt!! iuixu.. b j o, is A issns.3 u; 'a soyereigHtiuciuuci, 111B 'that formed th'e confederacy ; and she was" !sonackn6wledgedby tUj 'general constituent Congress, wiiutiuitucu luc vuuabttuiiuu, uy lllclr ueacc vi lud iiu j.ixu.j, J.ufe'at. -jliio . form, of VovernmenV into'ivnicl'sne entered was.a republican federative one, one con genial witn.tne interests, and feelings, ahd education of her citizens. . oo long as this form of government continued, so 'Jong Texas was in duty bound to adhere to iV, Diit the moment thai. form of1 government is destroyed, that moment Texas returns to her original sovereignty, and has the un- doub...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1835

foPW tSfee2&va&ua wr " -TiiSSi3fc5aH TELEGRAF - - AM) TEXAS W iyol. i. San Felipe de Austin, Saturday, November 7, 1885. HECrl TER i aa " - arts'- yy, fe- NO. 5. ' ?r . iagSS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY B1KEB & BOJB.V.UJIIS9 SAN FELIPE DE AUSTIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 0 rrrvv nnT.T.ARS ner annum, if paid in advance. SIX DOLLARS per annum, if paid at the expiration ftf six months; and , SEVEN DOLLARS per annum, if not paid until the nd of the year. ,l No subscription will be received for a less term than tsix months, and no subscription will be discontinued un- I'ul the expiration of the term subscribed lor, unless at the ? option ofthe proprietors. ' ' -.Subscribers not residing within the limits of IJJexas, are required to pay in advance. J '- - . ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING.' .' " ZjJ Advertisements occupying eight lines or less, One Dol- iglaribrthe first, and Fifty Cents lor each subsequentin- fsertion. Longer advertisements in the same proportion. "EL'EGY ON A QUID OF ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1835

v i.t. 8 . E- " u& .Kyi ,a?' VrA -f ; " - JtyWSi-ig y 34 TELEGRAPH. -? ms-. . tasLe-Sfe JEtv -:' 'if- 4 i VE23fe : :sr -T .. 1 " 'mi - r m? RF r WS i- Y . , F expenses. It becomes"" necessary, fore, for me to be saving at home." there- H ORIGINAL ANECDOTE. A gentleman elected a school director, in thecounty of Delaware, lately called on a legal friend of ours, for advice upon a point, as he conceived, of great difficulty. An old lady, having a parcel of orphan grand- children, had applied to the-official in ques- tion, to have the "little infidels" received into the school. The director had read the law most diligently, but could not find that it embraced the present case. The provi- sion was for "children," but the. care of "grandchildren" liad been unaccountably omitted. Phil. Her. . MORE EVERLASTING MOTION. The Nashvillians have got some perpe- tual motion of their own, wevare happy to see. A Mr. Shields has contrived a ma- chine, which, he is perfectly convinced, and his fri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1835

"'n - v TELEGRAPH. 35 1 4th. That they will not cease to carry on war against'the said authorities, whilst their troops are within the limits of Texas. 5th That they hold it to be their right, during the disorganization of the federal system, and the reign of despotism, to with- draw from the Union, to establish an in- dependant government, or to adopt such measures as they may deem best calculated to protect their rights and liberties; but that they will continue faithful to the Mexi- can government, so long as tjiat nation is governed by the Constitution and laws that were formed for the government of the po- litical association. 6th. That Texas is responsible for the expenses of her armies, now in the field. 1th. That the public faith of Texas is pledged for the payment of any debts con- tracted by her agents. 8th. That sjie will reward' by donations in land- all who volunteer their services, in her present struggle, and receive them as citizens. These declarations we.solemnly av...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1835

"Vl 'lsSSI? I 25 TELEGRAPH. "V- -r ren ill Texas? who, it has been justly ob served, "are bone of our bone, and flesh of our flesh;" and who are now contending for the permanency of free and just institutions, against myrmidons of slavish priestcraft and tyrannical oppression. Far from it; their "cfejhas met with a response; and such a onjhas will tell their enemies they cannot, . gvjlh impunity, trample upon the imprescrip- tible rights of man. New Orlearts Com- $$rcpil Bulletin of October 15. From the New-Orleans Bee, of October 21. The price of cotton seems to be in de- cjine in New Orleans and the other cities -in the South, in consequence of the reduced .mices and lessened demand in the Euro- pean market, and also from the belief that the present crop will exceed that of the last year. These can operate only for a short . time to the injury of the planters ; for the .European markets are usually dull during fhet?,ummer, as those engaged in the cot- fp'factories, as well as spec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1835

TELEGRAPH. B. T. Archer was elected president, and P. B. Dexter, secretary. B. T. Archer, on taking the chair, deli- vered the following address. Gentlemen, I return to you my thanks for the honor you have conferred on me. The duties which devolve upon the mem- bers of this body are arduous and highly important : in fact, the destinies of Texas are placed in your hands ; and I hope that you are now assembled, in every way pre- pared to discharge those duties in a manner creditable to yourselves, and beneficial to your country. I call upon each and all of you, to divest yourselves of all party feel- ings, to discard every selfish motive, and look alone to the true interests of your country. In the words of the Hebrew pro- phet, I would say, " Put off your shoes, for the ground upon which you stand is ho- ly." The rights and liberties of thousands of freemen are in your hands, and millions yet unborn may be affected by your decision. The first measure that will be brought before the h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1835

88 TELEGRAPH. the conduct of Mr. E. Hall, from New Or- leans, and that their most cordial thanks be presented to Mr. E. Hall, the committee, and the citizens of Louisiana, who so promptly and efficiently rendered us their generous and manly assistance in our struggle for liberty,.against arbitrary power and despo- tism. On motion of general Houston, Ordered, That two copies of the above "resolution be handed to Mr. E. Hall, one to 1 beretained by himself, and the other to be ,v6y him presented to the committee. On motion of Mr. Barrett, Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to contract with a printer, for the " General Consultation of all Texas in Con- vention assembled, and report to the same body. Whereupon Messrs. Barrett, Everett, and Robinson were appointed that committee. On motion of Mr. Harris, Resolved', That a committee of five be r appointed to draft rules and regulations for the government of the General Consultation of all Texas in Convention assembled, du- r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1835

t5er3-sBn - ,- TELEGRAPH. 39 of colonel Austin, and the actual invasion of the country, had the happy effect of pro- ducing unanimity of sentiment, and instant unison of action. And the ardor and en- thusiasm which pervaded every one when we left, does credit to that section, and is a guarantee to this, that in the hour of dan- ger, we will by them be supported. About eighty men immediately prepared, and started to join the army at San Antonio, and, we presume, by this time have arriv- ed at head quarters. About eighty more are now on the road, and crossed the Bra- zos at Washington, probably on yesterday evening. This latter company are entirely from the jurisdiction of San Augustine, under the command of colonel Sublet. Al- though that section of the country can pro- bably raise one thousand men, the difficulty of procuring horses, arms, and the neces- sary equipments, is so great, that it is not to be expected they will send a large force at once. Under all the circumstances, we ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1835

40 TELEGRAPH. this purpose, the sword is already drawn ; our fellow-citizens are in the field, the ban- ner of liberty is unfolded, and the high example of lawful resistance to unlawful usurpation is exhibited in the gleam of their rifles and the thunder of their cannon, be- fore the walls of San Antonio. The committee would, therefore, affec- tionately appeal to such of their fellow-citizens as are still holding back from the good work, in the language of the holy prophet, " Why halt ye between'two opinions ?" If the Constitution be the object of your alle- giance, then rise up, like men, and support the Constitution. If Santa Ana and his military vassals be the government you de- sire, then avow yourselves the degraded mi- nions of an. unprincipled and infuriated des- potism. The contest is for liberty or slave- ry; for life or death; for the tranquil pos- session of the country we have redeemed from barbarism or a forcible ejectment from it. It admits of no neutrals. Those who ar...

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