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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 December 1844

tSs1KK.ti?SK?? i? . f y Kir 5"w- "" December 21 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 21 mr - can Moffe.lt. Ogden Perkins Robinson Scott Scurry Sutherland Smyth of Jasper Truit Wallace Williams and Williamson .33. Nays Messrs. Pai ker Sadler & S.mil h of Fannin 3.. So the bill passed. The bill to incorporate the town of Mar- shall in Hamsun county was taken up on its third and final reading anil passed. The bill more perfectly defining the boun- daries of the county of Jackson was read a third time and passed. Ihe bill to alter and permanently establish the Eastern boundary line of Rusk county and for other purposes was taken up read a .third lime and passed. j further consideration. The lesolution appointing Saturday next Mr. Lewis of Montg.. offered the following at II o'clock the time logo into the election j amendment to the orfth rule to wit: It shall .of Judges for the Firs! and Sixth Judicial ' be a standing order of the day throughout the Districts was taken up. j session for the Mou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 December 1844

-1 -r -50 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. December 2i r jurisdiction of the same approved Dec. 20th J 836. Read first time. On motion of Mr. Cazneau the House pro- ceeded to the Orders of the Day. The joint resolution for the relief of Isaac Van Ziuult late Charge d'Affaires to the U. States was taken up read a third time and passed. The joint resolution granting one-third of a league of land to Hugh S. Stapp was taken wp read a third time and passed. A hill to he entitled an aet for the appoint- ment of an additional mimher of Notaries Public for the county of Montgomery was taken up read a third time and passed. The Speaker informed the Ilouse that there was a resolution upon the tahle from the Senate proposing to go into the election for Printer on the 21st iust. Mr. Parker inquired if the committee on puhlic printing had received any proposals from the two offices in this city. I!e was in- formed that no propositions had heen made and if so he should vote against the resolu- tion. On m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 December 1844

H5gP"fi December 21 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 23 lanche of despotism was to be arrested; here they assembled commissioned by God to ad- vance his progress and meet the enemies of the human family the enemies of civil and religious liberty. lie referred also to a resolution voted unanimously by the General Council the resolution for calling a eonves lion signed by the presiding officer of the Council and ap proved bv Gov. Smith Dec. IS00. lie won d also call the attention of the House to the ae- tion of the Gen1! Council when it was found necessary to adjourn to the town of Washing ton and read the resolution presented by Mr. Clements and nortions of the journals. The Cramers of the Declaration of Independence framed and adopted a Constitution. In that instrument too sir were preserved perpetu- ated ami carried out the notions of those which preceded. He would call the attention of the Ilouse to the language of the Constitu- tion lie referred to the 1-t.seclion of the schedule (rel.Mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 December 1844

rv 9g 24 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. December 21 aes VjH" AN ACT Transferring the unexpended balance of a certain appropriation therein named. Sec. 1. jKc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Republic of Texas in Congress assembled That one thou- sand dollars of the unexpended balance of the appropriation for pay and mileage of members of the eighth Congress be and the same is hereby transferred for the contin- gent expenses 'of the ninth Congress; and mat tne uaiancc or saui appropriation ue ana the same is hereby transferred for the pay- ment of the pay and mileage of the members and the pay of the officers of the ninth session ofCongress. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That this act take effect from and after its passage. Approved Dec. 12th 1S44. JOINT RESOLUTION Making an appropriation for a company of men raised by II. L. Kinney. Sec. I. lie it Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Republic of Texas in Congress assembled That the sum of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 December 1844

c 1 ;..v v Aft svivrt JSt-Ji Jf .-" is'V . T5V - - -. Jf- S &J1. ' vsti f 3B ILJ i -4? "jjqw 3 NATIONAL. REGISTER. V .'5 ; 2Psw?iussa' ? ' ; 'tJSHgw J-rHO PATRIAJNOSTRA ETSUA DICMJTATE. .4 i ujuimwBiwi i ju iuibj.w L.tjjmi-1 ramCRSRS!! ILJJJIUCTT iViriw VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS SATURDiDECEMBER 28 1844. NO. 4. i. -i vi -oijirtwr r- wimj" -i v-'rii.vjttr.c i u rj Mi'ia rdW(sBfHB.MPHaw. tMW r$ 2L: r. TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS J3Y MILLER & CUSIINEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. TEKMS. Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- krs tor six months and two dollars for three months. '? Advertising. For each square oflQ0 ordscr i u- 'cer; first"iuEEtion ona dollar Foreach 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 CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. Rcjoii to Mr. Shannon. National Palace ) Mexico Oct. 31 1S44. ' The undersign...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 December 1844

Y; - a " t 'ty si""j " ? - - -. V ." ' 26 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. December 28 ftViiTifun.HiarfimrtfiiMMt '5 it has sought to cover its intrigues and its designs. But passing on now to consider the prosperity of the people For if the govern- trace its step? giving n full satisfaction to the I I'EXAS N ATION- meiitof Air. Tyler proposes to 'consult the friendly influence to" calm the just anger of' saieiy oi iuf country oy bciasuig- up.jiiHlie ter- t e latter against ihc ichels whom n ha: coin AL REGISTER. I-. I - . 1 I . . " belief which it is said generally exists l1" "'."" '. sf..ciir ie ftiL.x promised and negotiated in 1. r thai these in the United Stales that Texas Was ! !cn " 'devoMu.pnvic :ir iS8rL.tyj recognizing th tr legitimate Mv m iu -hl! I mmm-P(l ." '; n(- i :; !7 l-cservin jr a province u Inch hr every obtain pardon and an exceptional h-i.-lanou cotnpi i&ed in ine cession or uouisMna .;11if ui.mnc tn ir ii'tii.. f.. .-...... - r l . .. iigiit helongfe to it. it th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 December 1844

I M i . ' & S H iitr &.&& ' -a$ December .'28 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER- 27 &Bm . " .mtv 3Ks; & f w ttrm.. m&jifr-. Jir&E2. &&&&. li&m-mz. v !'-''-- M.r-.V & ? r f .Pitas i mN r J ON US' MESSAGE j by testimony which a few years lience.'inny be Wimvi re his-t week coualraiue.j by thepres forrwr lost. of congressional mailer to postpone- the le- 'flu sent of Government question that itmrka wo intended !u make upon this docn- pandora's box out of which have fallen those Men:. Ami now. ft otn the same eaue we f: uitful seed? ul' seelional disseution and dis- are compelled io observe tne utmost bsvny --atis faction which have taken such deep loot promising however lo discuss at greater vihiu the last since vtv.rs througout the coun- length horeaftei tlie uiiou points of ublic irv is leYommeiidcd hy His Excellency 10 he policy which ills Excellency has set iv.ith Sell lo ihe dicisinu of the people tliotuselves. both in ins ia.inyur.il ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 December 1844

liHK ar 4 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. December 28T MSj28 flip " ' i5S.Vt'."iI 1 ..'..SaBsaS! . rss-3?.s ?a&br'b7! Tt'X.J- AJJiT-?-. -C tf V5tlr.li'3.T.4 7fAsH;fswvK-pWf?3 . mmimmimsmMmm mmsmmmm 1 IT " 7 7TV. J1J "St - ICL ...T-"i3 . dJ3 .tk:" !K.t'swaegiKEsft .- - --. w.-.s vavBB -- !? ti&?msm888w!m& . -&3eM3M9faflKWtt&i .. c ' kshbmw.3s5 TdraaBH?s33ss '-sKfissassaR CONGRESSIONAL. WSjvr.i-ils- &imft8&& 8GSUS im- SENATE. Wednesday; Dec. 18 1844. 'A'3;VV VACTiriCTt Ar .1ttHmffllna 5WSEir L : :' .vwiw uy yidUIUt-HVCa .fciat r n iv -.1 .... sggfr senator omuo trom the committee on DUblic land5. to whom was rpfcrrArl thf H'oltH-nn. f .k- !-;. -P tX T V) jsf uiiuu "i uiu "Clio ui Xi. A. XVUUUCIS $ $v IP deceased reported a bill for their relief i S-Tpf" i i a " m if ft-.s -l -- 4-- . & . k. . . . .. ..' un sg uuu. icuuiuiucuu)cu its uussuitc; aisu ic- . . ? - w - ? wffc v ported back tUe bill from the House SSvsrantine one-third of a league of land lo --! ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 December 1844

L4e&r.r December 2$ TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. ""-'.' 11 .- ! 1 p? ;4EfiafflBaf - gh'SssaSSSBS-.- ' . a8S&. -. :wS1l.lS;ti -A . fit;i&F3W'-?& : -' . -' .- '" ."--. : LVnir.'JJiViC ??5 .'. w.v ; 'Mr. Williams moved to ad ourn until to- SlO morrow morning at 10 o'clock : lost. W & W&MfSw?- On motion of Mr. Means a call of ine'." ;fMg?. House was made. Mr. Parker being absent v'JMMiMi0Mf0 ; the Sergeant-at-arms was despatched for lnm.v AMmmm: ..MSmithorTannin moved the spen-.&f!: sion of the call : Jost. . . S&WMBMWr Mr Wallace. moved toadjoWnntil io- giM' morrow morning at 10 o'clock: lost. . ; . '1 ;f On motion of: Mr. Millican the House ad- ::MMm&; '''fM& .Ms& ..-.. . -. AaaiKrf'Sfc Qsarai'? :':.-..&sjre:-:55r cs rned until to-morrow morning atau o- MlWi'S?SB?m :. " W ' ' --.' MKSSPSsSt'' .rnrDAYDec..201844. ' :3MfSSr LA ii .fa.". W-aSS&Ei;'' -'. aft' - .iirw . jwi -a iir"riTi.iipje-rt S ' A .. -: "-&LT JWJTCW. - iJ?.J-'WK-rf-1.5...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 December 1844

v .in v. .. '. . - . . - TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. "December 28 "then 1 am opposed to this bill on the score of; .a. i in i 1 1 i i i Kf-i-t. ir . " M$Wm$M&L&M'Oits -rover i-.. -iCc"'n iTjrsLtsa .- " jpst-jubwet-pej . c MS' 3SST " 'M dcncc of this there are various hills on your ' -&ftf table all tending to the confirmation of this Ji:f:.f--" fact. f-dnes'-appear -410 me therefore that" - lfliIM"-0 passage of this lull would evince a muiii'-: teitlSSS; '" esl ""consistency in the action of lilts mem- mmM V berS of this Jlpuse.phat will; bVtlm-prV .M5'. '"- ; - hie cost of the removal of ihe archives of the SMfeS" '!'i nation to the city of Austin? 'Probably not I II I I I I I I I I i a m hi i i 1 1 sa .. sataftaylBICTOe.tr. -j. -- yii.iii.iMk ril i 'Til i 'i ii -1i if i i " 1 1 M -s. gt&SSSSS enrs past it lias been the policy mnent as far as possible' to pur sue :i system of retrenrihine.nr. As mm vi- r '. mM& s.ra;iw "i -n. B8l ?kM itfiKKSS lafls rssg -rc.?) vsr:...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 December 1844

'' - 'U 'v!j;u. tV beceihher 8 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. ing tin resolution to elect a reporter was re- j the extensive regions contiguous to the .States considered. The ayes am! noes upon the l Arkansas and Missouri and who are in 1 I . : i .. . . . - - actor iiillaenccd the course of the Executive. The treaty which had thus been negotiated. made binding on the two countries when adopted in like manner by the Government of Texas. In order that the subject may be fully pre- sented in all its bearings ihe correspondence which hastaken place in reference to it since the adjournment of Congress between the United Suites Texas andlHexico is hcre- with iransinitted. . possession of large tracts of country within hid laded to iceeive Uie ratification of the iScnaict One of the chief objections which in ad w ?&mz if a. -. lt.1.. iiitt lit !ll I -.!!!! Mil S.-I..-I. Jl.ll.. j..... i ... . - .- j Ayes Messrs. Speaker Armstrong Cm- Uv limns ol 1 exas bo likely to remain pas-1 heau Cuke o! ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 December 1844

'H .s5 -"? i: - -'. '-:; Ht&.$ri. y ' r a" -? -'- V.?"- w-i TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. December 28 -rfCj $& M 32 raafF. .'v.'jKrss- Ravt nw.. ft - .'S.'xyr .--. s j.. . 1 fiV . v -4 yfc-. : ' - s' i $& 1 ' :;ii J-1.: S-AUST &T- s ."& " Si VS- ."'"' SK. i:ur.y vt-vw.; ' v . " . . 5.. - "1 ;'; t R 'V' . -f ?ttj. W T-A i -a"? P a .1. - : i'V- i &&&: i . . 5Hf- ;fc -sr.-mficr- ' t--yeW.''- -- -$. .-"'' -.if'-ir. ?H ti! lU riz 1A- " . " fer's - 3r -;-s X - - ?r -.- -- L - ?J 'ili-&3St' v;ti &P .. ' '- iTvSlt.- "V- ' i.-T- .VfAV" ? .; - -3- t -" 7 ?. ' ri-- .& 'iM . 7 4 - -5 ' . .: -- ?-je:f-m& -; - ;- -" .- ' "iK! t.jytf".WCTa agSiijp- jSK5&4 mv ...'. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS AT& FROM WASHINGTON. . ARRIVAL. DEPARTURE. Eastern Sunday 6PM Monday GAM Western Saturday 6 P M iM outlay CAM Houston Thursday 6 P M Monday G A M Sunday 6PM Friday GAM Velasco Friday 12 M Tuesday 12 M Franklin Tuesday 12 M Saturday SAM ; Washington Now ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 4 January 1845

n BS' ft I I if. H I Ft h IS w& '. ? m I V - v rn A 1 ;.. .".. ...... WASHINGTON TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 4 L845. NO.-5- fHff i. ..-I. ..--.. II I "' " ' - . i 'J- w cjVOLL " -.-? i TEXAS RATIONAL. REGISTER PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS MILLER&CU S:H NEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. ' ?? c g TRRHR. " v - w ' " "'" V iSubscrijilion-r-Fivtii dollars per. annum; three dol- lars for six months and two dollars for three months. Advertising. For each square of 100 words orin- dcr first insertion one dollar. For each subsequent wiserttori. fifty cents. ' A deduction of fifty per cent will be made upon yearly advertisements with the privilege'of renewing' ie same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for office ten dollars CORRESPONDENCE. erstanding and friendship with her did not tlieirecent ablc;and irapressiv.edefence of iiili. to change them proroking a rupture ourgrcaL(i incites S-. .. - ''Mr. Sha?inpn to Mr. Rejon. - . Legation op the United States I ; Mexico Nov. 4 1844.) The undersigned Envoy Ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 4 January 1845

Mi JVt'm- -f - r& . -T- TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. i. Kj . &iS&i'i ii - " 1 '' "" i w in ii : await the operation ot circumstances I ; ' Sfr atuJ;ouiovii best efforts to improve our con fix - s - 'SlWjnovarbfilie. s '.to. ditibn and place us beyond the contingencies ;W " k Sf winch" removal tlie'-cbiiffress. inaygiv iheir to which vetnay;iiv bo liable "Nations eau- t' wasse:nt or permission;- but it give3tbenrlbo not be created and firmly established in a day. W?; .ff'boriiy to order it. Again'the president fet;ffec-' m ca5es ot eiuergeucyi&c'' My he ro- ?. .gtgratuioved. The undersigned .would respectfully " V vf fjjj&inqnire what is ihetmgrency requiring the iff 5 " -Iprempval of the president &c3 from' this the fep ' . ' fiprovisional seat of government -They know ;V "- 3 f ?dl none nor do they "believe any; such exists. It K v '-'i5 IP "'"Should we be threatened by an invading ar- -K- nny or any of those dangers incident to a state -toT warfare would it not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 4 January 1845

r IL i. W i.--w. MP Jk ':-T Inv ':V:. - - t'e A g feVT 10 NVL E;G I S T E R. i ... ..- . 5r .-- ? j $& .- .- yn-yi - ; " J . '- ggggg MRP - rmriu!..t. aonn k .... nl;...c;nnfiniininim'fitl1(nt freedom of Texas from Mexico they should but deleterious consequences? Why odd fii- TE xwotis v.c. Vy- finnnn . i l lV Zftnm.P be first to proclaim their will tlmt this sovereign- el to the. boiling bubbling cauldron of pofiiiSBp. tneh neWnnum - r? ? ' lol)i) OU ) upon Uie Journals. . It was a course irequent- neurit. i"i " ; ... - " fel Ammnt reared for-Survey- ly pursued in the United .States to reject pe- ty and independence should be merged m the cal excttemcu ? W by not pass on to the Jfisfc; fCml $4800 00 tilions not aftcr thov arc read but after a sisterhood o the great Anuu-icun Lmon. It transaction of the business before us? There Sjg SSl.pen..nni; ' J 1-100 00 statement of the contents. The House alone is their wuhjJnu the lone star shouh 1. c spu s no gentleman .here that will n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 4 January 1845

&: s& i- & Kf'flVt !. & isc l?r2. Is-Cfc lW- I.VJ ;- St" I'i KT h. l - uj "' ' "' ' 1 .-Si A requiring the Executive aid Hcads.oj &" ' fa r S. 3 J- J ; 8fc rji i W- Departments to return to thtjity ofAus tin: Mr. Williamson betg. in the chair. Mb. Speaker ' 4 t.. I will uowr sir proceed to; submit the few remarks which I intended to have made ou yesterday. I fee grateFul to the gentlemen who compose the majority for granting me the privilege of addressing-the House on the present occasion. Perhaps a little consider- ;' ation hasiuduced them to conclude that the ?$ right of speech is a riglu) a constitutional -;; right which canuot welXBe taken away ; and & ier are 'sPoseJ a the'fpresent occasion to be governed by a solemn constitutional in- junction. It would seem sir to be an ano- maly in the history of a republican govern- ment that' the representatives of a minority of the people perhaps a minority consisting of one fouith part according to the popula- tio...

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

LTli -1 UK M" if J n - V W-f J V r TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER it . 3? '? I - . . iJH -. ..; - n ..-a ""-"-V. - T " V rf1 S - - - - B L k-. 3 I .1 . - ....v xlte CoiHution served as a basis ot aclioiron this subjYt? 'We find that the Constitution became ie paramount law of the land the . ibundatf'U Pon which every thing is based and uohnsly Congress located it at Hous- "lon. Then the'objeclioti was not thought of ' thatIousioffc was 'ot the legal seat of govern- ment1 because the location was not left to the people and because it was at Washington as pietended. j. Why did not President Houston ' raise Uiese objections when he approved the act establishing it at Houston? This stick- ling point inly came up on flic present occa- 'sion. A mere pretext to destroy Austin. 'This objection was never raised iiever thought -of till ufter the seat of government was placed at Austin. Strange that he never thought of it before yet it can be accounted for. The President in removing the seat of gover...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 4 January 1845

ii m VVS-' "' .4J- vsri !"&Sf& " i i C5T ivsi .v . ."-! . ' - W3K.SK. -: ik 32 SENATEP . - - .. j r..mMoa ifi-j 4 j- Petitions' Prcsentirl. v BtCn! Ti O -.. .. i . r ? k ''&&&' -lnaior wanes. the" petition ok. j esse '"' !SrraFrtyriconijAjnsatibii forjljpard and $$. :JN"gment infantry in 13&); referred also the BST &J&gS?petitioii of the Master WfiVdehs and Brethren W 1pTfef"OrjhaV Friend; LoiipWo. l-!?raying ! . -" ail uct of "corporation ;r referred. ' f "'"V' B'V Senator Patiillo the petition of R. E. t?" -Mi.Al5. Baylor and -others nrnviuVtheincoroura- lv- '- iikv10" ol college-r. universtmfor the more .1 v?'' general uimistuuoi uselul knowledge; referred.; i-. T- . . - . ... . .... C r. - rSCimor Ureer. intrfitiriwl i n Hnic .nr -:- "- v-v... . .i .i............ :i Jr J5 .55T; '-W- "V- ifi1 ot Secretary ot' Lunjuion' and for 5s Sr 5Wfi?-. Reports of7 Commliir.es. K Senator Greer frdni the committee on -the Estate ot tne.lvop'ubli's made the lbllo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 4 January 1845

- & . & m-- 39 t . L4 fjl.-'' .'." f.:' Ed:5fATINAL It E G I S Ti8t. ; " ' " ' ' ' a c n. T 1 1 r .-j w. -... - u . " 'i : : -r - r IS;. I I'-l- iy. l 1 cia'ini County; accused of . K i 'i iZ. ' l- ' T1-J -T 'J 1 J -' ' . Davisi as ShenffrfofJaclvSbn Iiicustod y foVvuwfi wears ifrtnant ifrder; 1 his accou nte bei ng f"3 iponey nd vjiiced by liiui for guarding the pii-. holier to nYiumnBriYzbriu "several times was t audited bAiurigps iitiicliinson ard Robinson froutinp of military duty and for other pur-. Irinfep's? rpfiari'oil. 'FMio Kill f.n- ttntitttPi'nP T ... .. "M . vw-- lAeuiv ivimnro: engrosser. ..'1 he ui lh lor the .l IA ( 1H.IVHI ' .- V JUHIHKII' iw in. jiciiii. - v -v; " .Mr.Bntith 'of-'Fanninand Mr; William- "spiiinmulb some.' remarks in' opposition to' the ;lill" aiid the iiyesiuid noes'-beihg- called for stood ayes 14 noes 20.' r - The -hill to establish a postofliee in the county of-Rusk:" 'passed. '" : . The" bil!v for' the relicf'of thciti.ens of .Goliad; co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 4 January 1845

X N. J ft.iV i. . V n IC'a" .?ff ' Ht ' s- i - iS- - . 6 i W wa1 . mmmmmmm ft. -&. 1 f . .A :f CC A correspondent ofafce-New Orleans &i$' -v J0 writing-fromiMiamorot.under date of &Mjrhe 18th November 8ays:-L . - iplf "DNirinftbe past month an irruption of :J-iU dnr hundred Indians of the Gananche. Ta- iiuacunoana iraaaoinoes nassprenu aangnt and desolation along llie banks of the Rio San Juan which joins the1 Rio Bravo about fifty leagues from Matamorbs. The.;avages massacred everysonl in the villages sjtuated on the frontier of this department with the exception of some few who managed to escape in time and a haqdful of women and children whom they carried off according tof custom. While this horrible butchery was going on the troops cantoned on the Rio Bravo who were fully aware of the incursion of the sava ges remained tranquilly and stoically in theirH narracKs while the poor inhabitants who are crushed with imposts for the maintenance of those scamps assembled toge...

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