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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 25 July 1840

tTl-CLiZeitv.' has again tra- TEXAS SENTINEL. BY CRUGER fc BONNELL Public Printers. "Veritas Vincil." TERMS $5 PER ANN. IN ADVANCE. VOLUME I. AUSTIN SATURDAY MORNING JULY 25 1840. NO. 32. FOURTH CONGRESS first session. DEBATE OK THE BILL FOR THE TEMPO- . RARY LOCATION OF THE SEAT OF . GOVERNMENT. REPORTED FOR THE TEXAS SENTINEL. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ) December 3d 1839. Mr. LAWRENCE would for a short time claim the .-mention of the house. When 1 take Jsaid Mr. I..) into .'onsideration the high reputation of the gentleman from Brazoria a reputation aided by native genius and esta- blished by untiring application and the experience of many years; I could but have expected that new lights would be thrown upon the subject. But the gentleman seems to have lost sight of the subject and in his over- weening disposition to vent his spleen upon the gentle- man from San Augustine has fallen far short of the gentleman from Matagorda. That gentleman having had his quietus we will let him sti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 25 July 1840

VV V AKiav i. Anibnirkname ami wflltvfWmiWer7J dent ;. ciginifyc which according to the best anthori- in national law and examples in national usige. mid furnish sufficient reason for our (as a upturn' l.ver) acknowledging ner as sncii. nut ii inuo very ;iulous motive we would make yet farther cu- 11- - "i i jk 10 Know 11 w sue oniameu mat mue- .hall find (paradoxical as tins may won it by tier own ista ce t revo- lt effected bv arbitarv and unconsti- -ubvprsive of the federal institutions .-rn to uphold and enforced by nu ll ubared ac -l cruelty and oppression. However vat the previous wishes of the Texaus may have .n to ..ever ir.n the imbecile and tyrannical goveru- leie U was th v oatio-i ofth-ir .thats evo tin '!' ft' nistis pi le ;ie tu revoluti n which afforded them X pr'fj.t openly to resist and Imaliy a. . . i wo . pnee v .1 lv trn.y 10.111. .a-: .er we shall find that this re-is- iii.ii.iia iifd and crowned bv a career of viclo- an ;s;i. ig t. tito-e iiuacouninted with the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 25 July 1840

f) VThe editor of theMatnorcin. Gazette 1ufss;acra1n??r1i vailed out of-his couieto throw an envious shafttatjtneV- '' Sentinel. In his pasje? of Ju!v4th he uses the follow- I i f n- f paper or July irlg language: "The Austin city Sentinel still insists -that A:hsta is advancing into Texas but gives not a shadow of information to prove the face. We regard it as i humbug." Here the editor ot the Gazette has been guilty of?nis-qjiolwg-us in order to haean opportunifyol showing his superior sagacity. We never believed that .- ris a would maichupon this country and we never said he would in thVSentjuel. WehavcspoKen of his boast-v ing language and tlie idle rumors which have reached? this city more in ridicule than reality. The same paper calls upon the Sentinel "as the or- gan of the administration" to explain why the militia of thirteen counties had been ordered out by the secretary of war. This is the first time we knew that the Sentinel was the organ of anybody but its editor; nor i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 25 July 1840

B f. n RAZOS AND GALVESTON RAIL ROAD COMPANY.r-At a meeting of the Directors ot' the Brazos and Galveston Rail Road company it was 1 iicoisticui j.uai. 1111; luataiuiuuia iciiiiuiiiug iu mc paid on the shares of stock of said company shall be payable as follows: On the 1st of October 1840 five per cent. On the 1st of January 1841 five per cent. On the 1st of April 1841 five per cent. On the 1st of July 1841 five percent. On the 1st of October 1841 ten per cent. On the 1st of January 1842 ten per cent. " On the 1st of April 1842 ten per cent. On the 1st of July 184 V ten per cent. On the 1st of October 1842 ten per cent. On the 1st of January 1843 ten percent. Resolved That the aforesaid instalments shall be paid in at the company's office at the city of San Luis to the Treasurer of the company who is hereby authorized to receipt for the samel And should any of the stockholders advance any instalment prior to 1 .its becoming due as per the foregoing resolution the Treasurer is author...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 25 July 1840

SSTVfV &p?r ?STeafitff'"- 4 mmimm H4 - --At3.i-5'.M7 J r. tlMf J" 1' l wfrexkSc htr&fi t7 ip it L l f ST ip have sOTTa roclfmgci F.iVrvE &. Leach cabinet maklrs of this cu rv-A.n Mark- walnut vtimber. the orowth ofthis neigh borhood. As a specimen of good workmanship it can- not nrobably be equalled by any work in the republic. The timber from which it was manufactured grows in great abundance near this city and shows that the pro- duce ot our forest is not quite so poor as it has been represented by the enemies of Austin. Saxm complaint having been made about too much -iibartv having bsscn allowed to the regular soldiers at the p'ist in this place we thought it necessary to en- quire into the cause of complaint. There was no wa- ter in the fort and taking adrautage of leave of absence for water they sometimes procured liquor. and Lecame troviDlesome by being intoxicated in the streets. This will not probably occur again; they have breu put under a -strict discipline and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 25 July 1840

K&mm immsm.'!' s 5-W ? s v. & T if ) f fctT.'-P .71 r A $ V e ? -a V ma. i a ft"?.- K-l? 4 IT V a ' n jM- -- i (f m'- R tvjtrr'- . '& M iw A v ; 1 i f Mb w - inJCTION and Commission Merchants. The undersigned beg. leave respectfully to inform their friends aud the public that they have taken the well known establishment of Messrs. Hedenberg & Tedder and will continue to dispose of merchandise both at pri- vate and public sale. They solicit a share of public patronage. JAMES W. SCOTT FRANCIS R. f-UBBOCK. REFERENCES. Whittemore & Young Louis Bringier surveyor gen- eral of Louisiana New Orleans. a Galveston Mr. E. A. Rhodes McKinney & Will- iams. Houston Hedenberg & Vedder Love & Riley P. C. Jack. Austin Hon. James H. Starr col. Wm. G. Cooke Mr. Asa Brigham. Houston Feb. 24: lltf LINNVlLLE PORT OF LA BACA. ( On the west side of the La Baca bay.) IE subscriber having a commodious ware house Tl EPUfiLIC of Texas: County of Milam Dirstict LI Court; tail ter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 14 November 1840

. a- T lfipwF' K. h It V I 7i.Jt tw R tift $'. I? 1 y .BBS A-joint resnlutidn from the senate appropriating Col. Moore in his nflicial report leprescnts a larg lj" t- IrV $500ii to. defray the expenses of 'congress was rend rule suspended read second time 'rule fmther suspend ed-reid third time and pased. The bill to repeal certain mail routes and'establish certain others was read third time and passed The bill to secure the right of appeal from justice's' to thedistnct courts was read the second time . The bill to provide for the-election of chief justices and.sherifFs was read the tl.ird time and on motion of mr. Hill the house went into a committee of the whole mr Caldwell in the chair. The bill was read and re- ported by the committee with amendments. The bill Was then read the third time and passed. sir Miller introduced a bili to prescribe the mode 'of regulating the public printing. Mr Usher introduced a bill to provide the method of punishing crimes committed by free persons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 14 November 1840

V "- 9? "B il Mr 1 n ' a i J V Wj. -i. J&r.ft mjfri :.. 'J -'H 'UERIFP'jSij.LisBy virtue of three .execution ''to me directed from the hon. distriri: nmirta n Travis &Brazoria co's I have levied up and will expose at public miction in the city of Austin in front of the chieY justice's office (there being no court house) tor uon mi ujinidnibiiij uii i ncouay uic ou uay ui wovemoer next an me rignr tuie anu interest ot uen jarain S. Grayson in and to the following described pro perty to wit: The undivided half of a certain league of land situated on the head waters of Onion creek and The rio .Blanco and known as the league of land deeded by thj 'Mexican governmentto Amelia WillsonNo.l3 anoiu twenty-two muestrom tne city ot Austin; levied on to satisfy three executions one in favor oi Hall fc Nutiii; one in favor of R. il. Grimes executor of E V Ete:uud one in favor of Samuel Whiting. S.Ve with in the hours prescribed by law. Austin. Oct. 3 1310. VAYXR BARTl .N. II . I 1 I i lT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 18 March 1841

T'"$t -":"' -;xtsir-Ti Ely f ST2S44SSI?" t TfevsaBfef ;$. g mMm 3 sSPs? V FH&-5??1 m$ . " ' w V-""" . ii : r --r- ' -..-' -. .. jw. s "' T EX A S S HN TIN EL. $5 00 per anx. in advance advertisinq: $1 50 per 8 lines first insertior) 75 cts. for every suhsequeiit iris'n (Texas money at N. Orleans rates.) BY CRUGER & WING Puiic printers. AUSTIN THURSDAY .MARCH 18 1841. VOL. II.....NO. 15. " K-rrse sauuie ana ac hforial books or tools jfe. If any of the things ere is to be no equiva- years provisions it H justice intsre- AN ACT creating a system of Bankruptcy and rcgu latin g the collection of Foreign Debts. Sec. I. Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the Republic of Texas in Congress assembled That any citizen of this Republic or resi- dent therein if a male being twenty-one years old or if a fime sole being eighteen years years old or over. desiring to yield his or her estate for the satisfaction of creditors and obtain exoneration from existing dcui-i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 18 March 1841

service he shall have full power to adjust controversies as between the trustees to suspend or remove any one or more of them appointing successors or requiring security it it shall seem proper; and in all things to exert such judicial supervision over the commission as shall be needful to keep its operation within the intent and scope of this act. Kule12. The action of the said Chief Justice in his' court or in vacation touching the commission shall be entered on the minutes or other memorials ol the probate branch of his court the deed excepted which is to be registered as aforesaid: the commission shall have its number file and index in the serins and according to the time of occurrence among the estates of decedents and wards; and the office fees and charges on the commission shall be those for analagous services proceedings and items in the probate department and registry ol deeds. Sec. 2. He it further enacted That no suit pro- ceeding judgment or decree shall be brought prose...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 18 March 1841

For the Sentinel. A SCENE IN AUSTIN. The verdant gsass and bright young flowers looked gay Beneath the sunbeams of declining day When with a gracefulness and modest mien The charming minstrel on the plain was seen : Alone in all her winning loveliness she stept Bearing the instrument o'er which so of- Her trembling fingers swept. Just then nn ardent gallant swain who chanced To pass that way beheld adored advanced And with a courteous indicating air Of condescension seized her light guittar; Giving the fair enchantress time to prove her art Not on her sweet.toncd instrument but on The passions of his captive heart. In such a thraldom it were heaven to be From such a captor ah ! who would be free ? What manly heart would shrink from her control Whose beauty wins whose music charms the soul ? Let every care and ill slrew life's deceptive way 'Tis sweet at last to kneel at beauty's shrine To yield to woman's sway. r. TEXAS SENTIN EL. 'VERITAS V1NCIT.' J. W. CilUGGK Editoh. AUSTIN THURS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 18 March 1841

vSv;'V'- "'y 3c V m i Vis... 4F A tl- NEW ORLEANS MONEY MARKET. Corrected Weekly from the New Orleans' Commercial Bulletin. Specie Exchange on England " on Paris. " on N. York at short " J " at GO days "j on Philadelphia at short "" " at 60 days II. S. Bank Notes - - "- U. S. Treasury Notes Sovereigns Spanish Doubloons ..... 16 87a$17 Patriot " ----- SlGcSlG 10 3a4 pr. ct. prcm. lUnlUJ prcm. 5f. 12Ja5f. Hi. prom. 3a3J prem a prcm 3u3j prem parJ prem. 23 prem. 3n3J prcm. .mo 05 American Gold ...... Mississippi Union Bank Post Notrs Agricultural Natches .... Planters do . - - . . Commercial do ----- - Bank of Port Gibson ...... Bank of Grand Gulf Commercial Bank Manchester W. Feliciana Alabama specie paying banks - do State Bank .... Tennessee ...... Ohio Illinois Indiana Kentucky and Missouri Arkansas State Bank . Arkansas Real Estato Bank ... Texas Treansury Notes .... Clinton and Port Hudson .... Bank of Pe-nsacola - Union Bank of Florida . Georgia Banks ..... Carolina do ...... oi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 27 May 1841

7. . -?7 - r 55?:' 1 "V:t' '. .-' .? Lft.. -4.- - " . -v. - :-?i - .-1 &?-. i I5C&V.-- - jSr-3- ftOtfa-r 2E-- M?MJ? T . t J. wTJ" - -'-' 5:w'& 1 is V "i -S . -: - Ts : . " V I " :-- -:. --"s. hsks; r- v 'fe 3&?K "X . ft B ' Js-i ifc Si ifc "? --ftt v '"j.. sr-.LV'? - r. js&isi v WSSi -- vps.. Texas 'o e n time l. i3 f c ' s .v' -"K A BY CRUGER & WING Pa6ic printers. AUSTIN THURSDAY Mf 27 1841 VQL. II NO. 25. "?!"V' i rr-mmr y '.if. a. J-T"W .- v " St -".: VhVVkRBHta.. SWJrfcrtfrsi1:? T'T'aRis! lisisa:.. c. aaswwt3w 'asaBBw: . - Tfir-3 " I IV-.i; r Hfc TO '& i From the Telegraph dated Soptcmber G 183G. THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS. .NO. I. V - As a general rule it may be considered objectionable -r lor tile Ohici Alapistr.ite of a tiovernment to anncar be fore bis constituent? in vindication of his public con-j - duct while he is still exercising the Junctions of oflicc. But general rules admit of exceptions ; and in the X-vi iiicacin iiiDLtiijucj tnu jxi;cutiuii x...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 27 May 1841

T-r W&&-X "v -I -rf mm? &&' 5W .v Hrs$r . hA. &i 1- s- sssssr .sw . iteS- hSS - WsS -.s t . . . . j l.iILj2i a . 2 -V- 43S .. 2 t- V5. i 4. 3i " H--; From th Morning; Star.' - COMMERCIAL NEGOTIATIONS WITH TEXAS. Such is the title of a long article from the Paris "Con stitutional? which we find in the New York Herald of the J7th April. We make room lor it entire being sa- tisfied that nothing can be of more interest to our read- ers at this time than such a view of the sentiments en- tertained of Texas and her responsibility by the poli- tical circles of Paris. Some errors appear: atid per haps the reflection concerning our colonial relations will not be very gratifying; but on the whole it is a verv flattering and favorable notice. It reads as follows: We have heretofore announced from the newspapers of Austin that M. De Salianv the French Minister in .. -Texnshas made to the Congress of this young Rc-i public a proposition to establish a line ot b rench colo- ni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 27 May 1841

(V s"--v. tv -n -""5331 v?i II vr ft- 4-' ) ' .. - - j "V' &&&--. fA.T " ijP ( - W if . i 5 V tr.r Ti r-5 rV s none to shed a tear m his affliction and but few to us sist in that threatening storm which seemed ready to engulph the country in its final ruin he remained firm at the helm of the little tempest-tossed bark first "with his own hands carrying on his forpign correspon dence then directing in the absence of his Secretaries of War and Navy the movements of the army and fleet: in fine carrying on the whole complicated machinery of Government with a devotion aud firmness which it is impossible to appreciate unless it had been wit nessed. gress and although he sanctioned them by his signa- The following article was left out of our last nun ture he utterly avoifled carrying their provisions intober for want of room: A party of Capt. Lewis's company arrived in town a few days since. Capt. L. writes that he has been two hundred aud fifty miles above Austin; but has as I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 27 May 1841

is V K " '&.. Fn. .2- S. t W s" ?v-;. :. - .' o. r 3 14- ; wx "-& M S v M . tC'w. ix-- is- w p-r. tV-" ;n K -J I1JS. --jAif "V55T' r-T.-: 4. v $ Jfc' m - NEW ORLEANS MONEY MARKET. Corrected Weekly from the N. Q. Com. Bulletin. May 11.- " specie . . i . . - - -4Ja5J pr. ct.jjrera Exchange on.England - - " - - HJal2 prcm f on fans. - - - - . oi. ia on N. York "at short " " -at 60 days "" on Philadelphia at rhort .-... . - " . . at 60 days U. S.TBank Notes. - " - U. S. Treasury Notes - Sovereigns ... . . . Spanish Doubloons - Patriot' " - American Gold .... jVI.ctivippi Union Bank Post Notes Agrialturai Natehes .... Plamers do . Commercial do .... - Bank of Port Gibson ..... Bank of Grand Gulf - Comracrcnl Bfn!r Manchester. . . . - -- JitJsrritf Xj - - - 0 " - AlabautS.specie paying banks . do" State Bank Tenneec ...... Ohio Illinois Indiana. Kentucky and Missouri Arkansas State Bank .... Arkjns23 Real Estate Bank ... Texas Treausury Notes .... -.-.Texs GoernmcnVComis . Clinton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 3 June 1841

! s 1 BY CRUGER &INGf-3toj i M 'rfLK THE TKX'M C.BjtfrajElE; Published every Thursday mrtiinMrtiAuMim TJtefMemvtfid BY J.fWMJI&JGER & M. W1ttG!' tf unifr fci- i-js vT. "iJVSiffs TERMS FiveDollwgper.mnuta in . tifance. y AdfrtattiKi inserted at one dollar fifty cents per square (i. cekkt iat sprtmn: nml snvpntv-hva cents for'e verr. fenbseatient lnsarfeoa v n-rrn m a t iUl i- . 1.1. - 4V l)j i tins lTcnsurv wnz uuxn at men cvmu nmn. v . A- i K-.v i vk 1?nf firiv From the Telegraph dated September 13 18$$. 1HE BEOPLEOF' TEXAS; -M' no. n. - ' o v Ha lie It was said of a great Captain of antiquity that" he knew how to gam a Victory bat 'not-to probe by it Had the Tcxians promptly followed up the decisive intakes obtained on the field of ban Jacinto the nic stricken troops of Filisola the largest division of Mexican army would have fallen an easy prey to victors. V hat peculiar circumstances induced Ihe inaction of the Texian camp has not been fully deve loped; and it is not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 3 June 1841

PSSE IJVi &? AJj wr TJ " 9 i 1 i ; iw &r- tw J & 4H. A' Vf "S'&ft IA aas the .novelty bold stroke of Us position andcit'haSxBWwpeaKHjne of.Dblicv.tdBcW a child RttiAnef cHrmft- (Theeiective:goverrtiertitlipugHtto;;cqnvert that I t "!- VI !. w (' I" Mt Lif'p'2b ? J .all gion fore. QavemiuBmare uuueucim uurMee::anu-uiere-.r.thefc miae aa honorkble.A liberal and a last teriijtothe 'pheiiomef& o?.her nationaf Itraggl VTfic birth of a nation is u&ally painful conviifsiveand pro tracted: but had that.treary been perfectedthe na- tional nativity of Texas would liavebeeVcornparativclv the eent of a day almost without a throe; and reqipro-j cally advantageous to the Mother Country aucTto the infant Republic. Mexico hcielf is but a novice in the practice of fell-government. tier population lor the most part-is ignomnt. uncultivated and addicted to all the obsolete follies of the Romish Church the molher of modern dtspotis.n. To a people so circumstanced government is a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 3 June 1841

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 3 June 1841

"V.S.V &xm:mBm fgr I If u I' I - -vi ") -.rJi t-fi V it. yt. -1' .V5 JVEIT ORLEANS Corrected WeeUvJr&nJhe'NzQi: :SFMt - r??! s4l' iuxenange on isngiana & " on Paris. .. w . " " on N. York at short A; &Jf ' - at 60 days 24tVf3 " on Philadelphia at short wsfes iMwwfcMia J -.2 Ki- WV7fi JJmmi fiHiiaIS2t7 .tSH;;- .EU '?!? M u iii U. S. Bank Notes U. S. Treasury Notes Sovereigns Spanish Doubloons Patriot " American Gold - - ' - Mississippi Union Bank Poet Notee ;v . Agricultural Natches - - ' fV - -Planters do - - - '" - Commercial do - - - Bank of Port Gibson - - " -Bank of Grand Gulf - - - - Commcrcia! Bank Manchester " . .'. W. Feliciana ...... Alabama specie paying banks ... do State Bank ....'- Tennessee ...... Ohio Illinois Indiam Kentucky and Missouri Arka:ias State Bank ..... Arkansas Real Estate Bank . Tevas Trcau-ury Notes .... Texas Gocmmcrt IStind" .... Cimton and Port lInd-o;i .... Bank of IYn-aeoln - Union B ink ot Flonda - Georgri Bink- ..... Carolina do .....

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