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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 3 February 1844

:' vsnmEeMmt THOMAS JOHNSON OUE COUNTRY OUR WHOLE COUNTRY AND NOTHING BUT OUR COUNTRY." EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR r. .5b VOLUME l. Washington Saturday February 3 1844. i NUMBER 24 552.' TERMS OF . THE NATIONAL VINDICATOR. T VkTtonu. VurwcMoa will be published eTery Saturday Moraine at 4 per aamuu if paid in advance or within two nontha after the date of antecribing. S5 per annum if after that time. Any person traasaaitting 20 or 5 subscriptions in ad visee will be entitled to I copy graus Nosatscripuona receive Jor less man i year. ADrafirisiNG. One doUarper square or the first insertionand fifty eens fat each continaaace eight lines or less to constitute. aqaareJ'asft imtariaUf m mivanee. To those advertising by Utt year a reasonaoia deduction will llttVaade. -Announcements of candidates f 10 in advance. ' 'All Letters and CoBaBMStfjttions must be post PAID. PT'- " Front the Kentucky -Yeoman' &ASS MEETING IN CARROLL COUNTY. ANNEXATION OF TEXAS. Democrats and Whigs have impartially ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 3 February 1844

lations because she knows what she owes-to other lations ; but she wishes also what is due to nerseu thould be observed and maintained ; and if on these irinciDles she has protested and does protest she does1 in this instance no more than fulfil an obliga- tion which is peculiar to her sovereignty and inde pendence without proposing ever so distantly to intimidate or to warn but to snow what it is prop er for her to do. The undersigned herewith repeats to the Honor able Waddy Thompson the assurance of his most distinguished consideration. J. M. DE BOCANEGRA. Hon. Waddy Thompson Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni- potentiary of the U. S. of America. Eighth- Congress. SENATE. Monday Jan. 22d 10 A. M. A message was received from His Excellency the President presenting three several communi- cations in writing the first in answer to a resolu- tion of the Senate requesting information in rela- tion to the numbeof arms the quantity of ammu- nition &.c in possession of the governme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 3 February 1844

"5v. " -f i m -tTJu. "V. - The Northern Standard speaking of their choice of a candidate for the Vice Presidency holds the following language. Wc havebeen informed that Wm. E. Jones will not be a candidate for the Vice Presidency. If this be true we have only to say that our next pre- ference has already been defined and that we shall feel a pleasure in maintaining and defending it without any reference to local considerations. We profess at all limes to further to the best of our knowledge and capacity the best interests of the whole country and in doing it to sustain for the high offices of the country the best and most com- petent men; and we have sworn upon the altar of our country if we may thus figuratively express a resolution which is of the strongest character proceeds from both inclination and patriotism was imbibed in boyhood and has grown with our growth never to aid in the elevation of inferior men to high office if capacity with honesty can be had; and never for false ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 3 February 1844

2 . - 4fc i-k P-1 Jll ) hW fe ISL-- i li "? .t IV 1 s Iti t S 1 i i- tu r One of the singularities of the escapes from the wreck is the fact that there were two blind men on board both ef whom were sayed. Indian Treaty. The Shrieveport Gazette of the 3d insL announces the arrival at that place of Gen. Butler United States Indian Agent. He had just returned from the Indian Council held at Wichita Village. Many of the tribes of Texas were present He represents that most of the wild Indians are in a destitute and starving condition. Georgia Election. Returns from 24 coun- ties in Georgia published in the Augusta Chroni- cle and Sentinel of the 6th inst. give Gen. Clinch the Whig candidate lor Congress 1728 majority oyer Sanford. In the same counties fast year the Whig majority was only 343. Fro Santa Fe. The St. Louis Gazette of the 5th inst. says : 4tA small party from Santa Fe leached independence on the 20th ult. They left November 1 6th; came by way of Bent's Fort and suffered exce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 10 February 1844

"and. lit t PROSPECTUS. THE NATIONAL VINDICATOR. When we entered apon the duties of the editorial chaffi in No- vember last we promised our subscribers at the earliest possi. ble opportunity to enlarge our paper so that it .-nlcht.be more worty of public acceptance. We then intended to alter the name of the paper from the Tcxian and Brazos Farmer to one more descriptive of its contents for as the tone temper and politics of the paper were changed we thought it but common justice to rechristen the concert. It has however "happened that from the multifarious duties in which we have been engaged since "that period that we have not until now had an opportunity to perform our promise. Our anxiety to accomplish our intention was much augmented by the liberal and in these hard times most unlooked for patronage which we received trom the public; our subscription list has in- creased from between three and four hundred to between six and seven hundred and as this is proof positive that the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 10 February 1844

iS renteiefUhe'SaZa an tatwus when the lady brol flattens to his Honoi upon the watch! m I" exclaimed she "that the tended!" " said the Judge with surprise. lloft onntrirtfwf Inn k.-lhilimo;' W- -v.. . .. y j . ..!- talking: riddles" replied he. itself" my dear. I know nothing of icW.'or conviction." wl mm m - fcfc jfc.riii- a. im - . j - Uf-can i ue possiuic mat uavc uecu wy an ue- ivedauDUi-lh Indj but.this is the story: mtone o'clock 10-day. a pale and rather in teresting young gentleman dressed in a seedy suit of black came to the nouse in great haste al- most out of biealh. He said that he was just from Court; that he was one of the clerks; that the treat villian who had the audacity to steal 3 our Honor's watch had just been arrested; that the evi- dence was nearly peifcct to convict him; and all that was required to complete it was the iurky which must be brought into court; and for that he had been sent with a porter by your express or- ders' "And you gave it to himl" "01 co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 10 February 1844

I r t i V m 15 60' Judicial District. John D. Anderson District Attorney for the 4th Judicial Districts O. M. KolHjns District Attorney for the Otli Judicial District P. W. Gray District Attorney for the 6th Ju- dici 1 District. Wni. C. Young District Attorney for the 7th Judicial District. J. W. Maulding Notary Public for Harrison county. James P. Nash Notary Public for the port of Galveston. George L. Martin Notary Public for Liberty county. Appointments by the President. Gideon R. Jaques Notary Public for Matagor- da county. Robert L. Williams Notary Public for Jasper county. Benj.iminRichardson Notary Public for Jasper county. Otes McGafFey Notary Public for Jasper coun- ty. - Joseph Daniels Notary Public for Washington bounty. Samuel D. Hay Notary Public for Montgome- ry county. David Ayres Notary Public for Austin County John A. Veaich Notary Public for Liberty county. The following is a statement of the manner in which the vote upon the question of annexation will st;md in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 10 February 1844

A ESter the fourth MfiSJfi&&Uf& imiv continue one wee. . 4 .. i j -..J irk.t .11 v u: JBC. ueurwni i"" mcuuw- oi eTery description ueiunguig iuiue jjku icl - i.'.? (jnnntv uourts. wmcn oriErmaiea in 2" r J o Bh .J ak A BW m M m 4 9 WW BiV aJ WA lioi couuieru uivisiuu in ncu xvivci itransmitted to the same-and tli rtiiefemirnriSTn tlie same manner provided for holding of such court) 1 .. i ij- r . tv I may lavor him with a call. .. tt'Kt t aUthonce the holding Of the DiStrteWljkaes 0f Fare reduced ! A good Stable attached to the.house Court in three places in Liberty County and for other purposes approved Jan. 6th one thousand eight hundred and forty-lour. IBec. 4. Be it further enacted That the land district as now established shall not be changed; end the county surveyor of Bowie county shall continue his jurisdiction over the whole territory of said county as defined by an act supplementary to an act entitled "an act to divide the county of Red River and to create and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 20 April 1844

- t4 f f-rt' &&Z8!i . - jM-v-m -? g.-wy" jaje "- J5SS? 395S? W HOMAS JOHNSON "OUR COUNTRY OUR WHOLE COUNTRY AND NOTHING BUT OUR COUNTRY." EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR .X. VOLUME 1. WASniNGTOiN SATURDAY APRIL 20 1844. NUMBER 55 " "; KR . mIKM i tKKB ?. TERMS OP ' THE NATIONAL VINDICATOR. The National Vindicator will be published every Saturday Morning at $4 per annum if paid' in advance or within two 'months nftcnhe dato of subscribing." J5 'per annum if after that tunc. Any. person transmitting' $)or5 subscription! in ad- vance will be entitled to I copy gratia ' No subscriptions.rcceivad for less Uian 1 year. Advertising. One dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each continuance eight line or less to constitute a square.' Cath invariably in adtenee.. To those advertising by the year.a reasonable deduction will be ma.de. f Announcements of candidates $10 in advance. AU Letters and Communications must be post PAID. PROSPECTUS. THE NATIONAL VINDICATOR. When w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 20 April 1844

-"-'"-- i v'V lW - VALLEY OP THE MISSISSIPPI " A writer in the National Intelligencer vho has presented some Very interesting and imposing 'iews of the magnitude and resources of this vasi internal empire thus refers jo the extent and ca- pacity of its 'navigable rivers: The Mississippi valley is known by snch very crude and indefinite names as the West Western country the Luke country the Par West; by some it is called the Land of Pigs and since the elections of 1840 it is sometiemes styled the Coon- skin region. Its boundaries on the West are the Rockv Mountains. Mexico and Texas: on the south the Gulf of Mexico; an the east the Allega- ny Mountains; and on the north the Lakes and British possessions. It contains nearly as many square miles as continental Europe and if popula- ted as densely as England would sustain a popu- lation of many millions of "human beings more than half tho present population of the earth. Stretching trom the 29th to the 49th degree of latitude it possess...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 20 April 1844

ssSfj Tr-h -nHi-A- v -Jf '-'' "' I - V V-' -. 1 v- - r r- --- - t.-ifci-' . - - if Jtw---i."V " Ji ' - 1Klm'"zTm m-KIL9 'W T '. i m i i i ii rr r no doubt of itsTiccuracv.- rThe letter was written bj one who had -a right to bo cognizant to the fact and subsequent advices we doubt not ill confirm the correctness of its statements. ff. O. Be. Remarks of the New Yorfc Courier and Enquir- er otf the subject of annexation! - Our Washington correspondent some days since expressed the conviction that Mr. Tyler signed such a treaty and we have learned from another and very high source that it is duite probable such a treaty is in existence. But we. have not. seen any thing which warrants the supposition that it has been sent to the Senate or that that body would assent to it; on the contrary we have good reason to believe that it would not sanction any sucH proceeding; and there the matter must end for the present But suppose it Were otherwise suppose the treaty signed and ratified by the S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 20 April 1844

l.w-'-v-"-'-.- r$y t-jtir. Ifc -$k V 1 Al M 1 AN ACT To authorize the holding of the District Court in l wo .places in Red Iliver County and for other purposes. Sectiow 1. Be it enacted by the S-nate and Rjuse of R p resell tat ivs of thr. Rf public of Tex- u in Congress assembled That all lhat portion of the counues of Bowie and Red River shall be known and styled the Southern Division of Hed River County "and shall voic with and in every .respect be subject to tle jurisdiction ofheaame. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted l nni me uisinci Court for the county of Red River shall be held in the following places in said county viz: in the town of Clarksville on the third Mondays of March and September and miy continue two weeks and in the town of DangerGeld on the sccend Monday after the fourth Monday m March and September and may continue one week. Sec. 3. Be it fttrther enacted That all the busi- ness ofevery description belonging to the District Probate and County Courts which originate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 6 July 1844

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 6 July 1844

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 6 July 1844

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 6 July 1844

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 17 August 1844

-'3StS&S ---- WS"l-:0 &; : T:ll. .7wi!r S5-0.- -a" 'T !i."3t---- Tri k&5 " . 'gjwgsK. .e- r?iJKlti!Zit;z - l. -"" -4l. i '. L-j-r- . 'fitl 1 r -. -? "-. . i sS &. J ' ' j -icrjL- . . .. - -. 'Jj. r-j". "r b u u .-? "' i V TERMS OP y v NATIONAL VINDICATOR.?; iSCSS5!3a-XsiS3'!-'' -'" w " W JxTioxa.1. vindicator will be published everrBaiurdnf-i Morning at j4di; annum ifjpaid in'advgnt'e otiwtthin twf? monuWerta tfi date of subscribing $5 per annum if aicr thul jima. Anypcxsoa -transmitting 030 T$r"5 subscriptions in ad vance will be entitled to I' copy gratis - : ?; . -No.subscription rcceirsd for loss than 1 ycafl t. AdVERTISIXO Onedollar.aeriumkrfefot the first insertion an 4' jsr.. ... r. ..i. .t.;.i: i.i.- i - ?....i?i To jb5aXdvcrti8iug by.thc year aTeasonable dedtictfan will be made. - .J. --Annnitnnnmr.nfanf .a'nJiitntxe Q10!WtiIr-inK I All Jitters and'cominunicaiions must he-past PAID. ' .tw. PROCLAMATION. - - ; By (lie President the Republic ol Texas. Wiiereas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 17 August 1844

::Sp r- "Si ' ' V3 -i.-amssi" :.' j. Trr a !- J-V' .' J 3&T&. " J! C&i f " -1--itoJE3r " - I TfK. afc r kPSftS J. 1R sw fc &5?r . V-WJT- I sssS" . "SinC v" tF V. JaW -Ov i t rL a"; TtrV rf -s 2 -t. x2 t-.fi 3S.A. -& : lfc s V 7 J . r T $F &' -. stl F-W "V. "- -.43 : jvr'WC- kUl Mtizeii call ot hi a call is made for his ser ine field of batik-or the the nation. ;iplef lam in favor of Houston's stration. tfelieving. as I do. that C3 s tern of finance liis peace policy station to the Indians and Mexico. ' internal and foreign accord with interests of this country I feel a citizen to sustain him with all it I possess. But Houston's Ad fction is coming to a close. In De- pext he will transfer all his authori- IDCCMSnr ' 'hn aAntini. -F hi j jaw CICLUUI1 111 HJ1A idle first impor- juestion then who r must be decidec Lt the ballot box. Wil &e this selection 'or enemies? uVAdministra- leav- we cess- hat Frcciate he high Jones as a igh skill in the mdi timent in J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 17 August 1844

gfe!L. ?:x?'S . v V 3 ft l ?r: r - Jf 1 J- dl j .. 4 "iy & T " VT?-j"v' . - -r WW u & country it teems he has 4optod his course Is a matter or high principle and will abide by it what ever may be the result." v It seen however that the General has at length lorgotien ms "high principle" and has undertaKen to "(ravel about the country" in order to influence "the result" of the election. We wonder if he does not on some occasions fill the figure which the Sentinel dicw of Gen. Hunt upon an electioneer ing tour that is we wonder it his 'utter vacuity of sense" does not sometimes produce among his intelligent fellow-citizens impressions rather unfa -vorable to his success? The people usually ex .pect a man to act up to his professions .wheri- lie can do so without the violation ot principle or du- ty.. That they expected the same thing of Gen Burleson wo believe a few more weeks will con clusively demonstrate. - RETRENCHMENT. We do not allude to this subject for the purpose of c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Vindicator — 17 August 1844

& l&ra . - "V" 4 3 jv the MHRhe following H Messrs. Hunter K Shaw. !erf(Na- -" w ' J gdoches u h I j i t h dny of January A. D. 1841 by the IRESEN-'feATlYES. - S Nnp.s. Messrs. Gazenenu Collins Erath ftmmonf feen. : 15 kstilution janying ttion; tut. iness Lun- iciarv Iges Jit $0TIGE" y'lheProclamau6nVof the Pre- he; Republic of Texas an Elec- holden in the various Coiin- ic aforesaid on the FIRST Ebond day) OF SEPTEMBER' -li i -i- !!.-.. 'L.-iiia :;u . .1" puiiKibu ui meeting lueuiucra iu uie sress. atid a fresident and Yice-hTesi aid Republic lor the ensuinfpihrec years 'htreas. bvthe Proclamation aforesaid the Chief Justices pf the different Counties weie instruct- ed to order "sucli elections: Therefore be it khowh that WILLIAM H. E1NG Chief Justice' of- the County of Washington Reiiuh- iic aforesaid do hereby' jorder tliat an election for President and yice-Pfesident of the Repub licof Texas andbsie Member of the Represen- tative' branch of (he ninth Congress of said Rep...

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