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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 19 June 1845

dw - jwc-w wdgauvjj iW.?PPfPi f v - t J- ' v viySv? ' !" '" Jtie 19 TEXASNATIONAL REGISTER. 231 y-ti h -e m aid debt aad liabilities to become a chare upon the Government of the United States.' Third: New States of conve- nient size not exceeding four in number in addition to said State of Texas and having sufficient population .may hereafter by the consent of said State be .formed out of the territory thereof which shall be entitled to ad- mission under the provisions of the Federal Constitution. And such States as may be formed out of that portion of said territory lying south of thirty-six degrees thirty minutes north latitude commonly known as the Mis- souri compromise line shall be admitted into the JJnion with o without slavery as the people of each State asking admission may desire. And in such State or States as shall be formed out of said territory north of said Missouri compromise line slavery or invol- untary servitude (except. for crime) shall be prohibited. 3. And be it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 19 June 1845

plpSSspp 3- hW&Pi J4fSlp l 'f5ir"' y. -w-.' " ?T ".. - OTy TV - . ). k'JSS-f '"1 iR5ss-efi KffSBn3jTTj!S!?7-TrfT" & vf f i'i ii r i t fta TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. Jane 19 sitioas of Congress j and ia respect to the dissimilarity In situation cto wing out of her previous separate nationality the only effect can be to increase it this were possi- ble the obligation upon Congress to pass the pledged lav for her admission because in exchanging her nationality for that of the unum e phtribus" of the Federal Union she will have been subjected to greater burthens aud in case of disappoint- ment would suffer more in her social and political relations. In considering Texas then as a State after she shall have accepted the conditions now under her consideration and action annexing her to the Union so far at least as to be entitled to protection against the at- tacks of any foreign nation the President of the United States can have assumed no questionable power ; and it is gratifying t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 19 June 1845

i& yaT' t June 19 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 223 ---" VV59HA' .The undersigned in proposing to answer this question does so with great deference to the better judgment and greater experience of the many able citizens who will consider and will have the right to act upon it. Nor would he attempt it but for his great desire that what may be done on the subject should be RO done as not to raise any new question re- specting the powers of the Congress of the United States. His object is to give success to the present measure of annexation which is now entirely within the control of Texas if she accepts the provisions of the law of Congress before her and puts nothing in her Constitution of a debateable nature as re- spects either her rights or interests or those of the Union. If the Convention soon to assemble were to make their acceptance of the provisions of the first and second sections of that law dependent upon the adoption hy the Congress of the United States of any de- finite d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 19 June 1845

Jyr-if.'UyT-'v -ij x. - 324 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. June I9 J f J i ?& f JWmBSKI E?The Anniversary of St. John the Baptist will be celebrated on the 24th inst. at this place by Wash- ington Lodge No. 18. All brethren in good standing are respectfully invited to participate. By order of W. L. No. 18. STEPHEN Z.HOYLE Secretary. .Washington Jane 10 A. D. 1845 A. L. 5845. S -- Masonie Notice. Called Communication of the Grand Lodge by order of the M. TF. Barry Gillespie Grand Master of Masons in the Republic of Texas A Special Grand Communication of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons will commence at the town of Washington on the 23d day of June next to deliberate upon matters of importance to the Fraternity. All delegates from subordinate Lodges and other members are requested to be present and all brethren are respectfully invited. Given under my hand and the seal of the Grand Lodge of the Republic l. s. of Texas this 20th day of May A. L. 5S45. MOSES JOHNSON Grand Secre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 26 June 1845

-iv7.-. --- ??Fv Jj -i" - ' -' "'t'Uf1 -j'-jSv; ' VOL. L WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 26 1845. NO. 29 tf 4 i fi 'as- IV is? ' "- IT -f TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS BY MILLER & CUSHNEY 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 worcta or un- der first insertion one dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. A dcdueiion of fifty per ccnt. will be made upon yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing ihc 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 all sums over fifty dollars will be made. Register. W M.. XJ M. U-J KUU VVUUUVim f e annual exami...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 26 June 1845

-' rjs ? V fff'' ff r- '-. VO' .'j-V&fi-- "v '$ I ; -B'" 226 TEJXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. June 26 ?4 y TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. Wf S JET JT JV flTO .A'. THURSDAY JUNE 2G 1845. .1' - - ..- - -. .-- - We call attention to the Order for election of Brigadier Generals. Col. Wm. L. Cazneau is spoken of as a candidate for the First Brigade. We publish to day the proceedings of a public meeting held at Crockett in Houston county on the 19th inst. We also publish the proceedings of a meeting at Nacogdoches. We shall be at all limes happy to give publici- ty to the reports of public meetings whether the views supported coincide with our own or not. It is due to the people and must sub- serve the people's interest that public opinion should have free expression. We learn that Col. W. L. Cazneau has been elected delegate to the Convention from Travis county without opposition. Congress will probably adjourn on' Satur- day next the 28th inst. The following is a list of the acts and Joint Resol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 26 June 1845

"WiS-i-.. .-" V June 26 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER 227 '-"!.' V V lidB& Ftp How very different from that ribald tone in which Editors in New Orleans and we are sorry to say it even in Texas have permitted themselves to speak of the Representatives of France and England near this government is the subjoined notice of Mr. Elliot which we take from the Houston star- It is sensible and gentlemanly creditable to the intelligence and honorable sentiment which dictated it. There arc certain proprieties which should be observed by the conductors of public journ- als toward the Representatives of other na- tions with whom wc may entertain friendly relations. They are frequently the Repre- sentatives of rival interests and it is extreme- ly silly to direct the censure of the press upon them because it may happen that their incli- j nation as well as their sense of duty leads them to regard first the honor and interest of that government whose agents thev are. It is in bad taste to abuse them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 26 June 1845

" '-K X 228 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. June 26 li i CONGRESSIONAL. ins species NINTH CONGRESS Calhd Session SENATE. Wednesday June 18 1845. Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Senator Gieer introduced the following joint resolution tendering to Gun. Andrew Jackson the tribute of a nation's gratitude. Whereas hy the many valuable and import- ant services rendered throughout a long and useful life by Major General Andrew Jack- son to the cause of ciwl and religious liber- ty he justly enjoys and is entitled to the Jove and admiration oi an Therefore Resolved by the Senate and Ilousc of Re- presentatives of the Republic nf Texas in Con- gress assembled Timlin the name and in be- half of the people of the Republic of Texas we hereby tender to Gen. Andrew Jackson. the unfeigned gratitude of a nation. Be it further resolved That the President of the Republic of Texas is hereby requested to transmit to General Jackson to his Excel- lency the President of the United States and to the Governor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 26 June 1845

J June 26 TEXASNATIONAL REGISTER. f I 4 & . . L t$ r& companding documents were ordered to be printed. On motion of Senator Pattillo the Senate adjourned until Monday 9 o'clock A. M. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Wednesday lSih June. House met pursuant to adjournment. A message from the Senate informing the House that the officers .of the last session had been retained in the Senate. Mr. Henderson offered the following reso- lution to wit: Whereas the many valuable and import- ant services rendered throughout a long and useful life hy Major General Andrew Jack- son to th good cause of civil liberty he en- joys and is entitled to the love and admiration of all his species : Therefore Be it revived That in the name and in behalf of the people of the Republic of Texas we hereby tender to General Jackson the unfeigned gr.-ilitude of a nation. Rcsulvc-l That the President of the Re- public of Texas be and he is hereby request- ed to transmit to Gen. Jackson to iiis Excel- lency the P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 26 June 1845

JVV.r B "" -V2iV''v S'"W"SJ V. x- ' 5530 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. June 2(5 $"- iii-"-''v'i h Mr. Scott moved a suspension of the rule. JiOt. ORDERS OF THE DAY. On motion of Mr. Gage the bill giving the consent of the existing government of the Republic of Texas to the admission of the same as a State into the Federal Union of the U. States of America was taken up read a third time and the ayes and woes being called unanimously passed. The joint resolution to the same effect ori- ginating in the Senate was taken up read a .first time and on motion of Mr. Williamson laid upon the tabic. Mr. Smyth of Jasper by leave introduced a bill making an appropriation to defray the expenses of the extra session of the 9th Con- gress read first lime. On motion of Mr. Menefee the rule was suspended the bill read second time and ordered to be engrossed. On motion of Mr. Mcncfee the rule was fur- ther suspended and bill read third time and passed. The bill to set apart a portion of the public domain ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 26 June 1845

r - -rf-' : iH'k-'T June 25 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER 23 At Tuesday June 24 1845. Senate met pursuant to adjournment &c. A message was received from ilie House transmitting the following bills: A bill to be entitled an act to establish cer- tain mail routes and for other purposes; A joint resolution acknowledging the claims of L. S. Hargous and others; A joint resolution for the relief of Lieut. Clias. B. Snow of the Texas navy; Joint resolution for the relief of Thos. J. Chambers ; and had passed with amendments A joint resolution for the relief of Post Capt. E. W. Moore; also that the House adhere to their amendmnuts to a joint resolution relative to the introduction of U. States troops iuto Texas and had appointed a committee of conference and request the appointment of u like committee on the part of the Senate. Also had passed a joint resolution for the re- lief of a person therein named and a bill to be entitled an act for the benefit of the owners of the steam ship McKim. O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 26 June 1845

?"- ' &" -J V 232 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. '"W June 26 ssas U" Three Ifoadrcd BolSars Reward W WILL give Throe Hundred Dollars for every tf"kFFJClAL SEALS for the Use of Clerks jl American woman or child that is now in the ! - of ENCHRAYUra. bands oi the Indians that arc hostile to Texas if deli- vered at Foris Townson Washata Gibson or Smith orat Independence. Mkcmi a. ..ii. nr n. mends that arc amonjr then: is Synthy Ann Parker my nieco about W or lTycars.old fair tkin blue or gray eyes and fair liair. S!ic was taken from Tex- r-nr?130 b' the Conacho Indians. I will pay -90UU tor her delivery to the commanding officers of either of the above named Garrisons or to Maj. Cummins Westport Jackson county Missouri. 1 do humbly implore the aid of all traders who trade with those Indians as well as all Idian agents jr au iiavo nor released as well as all other pris -oners as Uioy have iriondscqiiallj dear to them as mine is to me. In addition to the above leward your names will stand ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 3 July 1845

-f-f l S- REGISTER NATIONAL. df PRO PATRIA N0STROfSll)A .DIGN.ITATE VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSD JULY 3 1815 .NO. 30 'SfESMUmiBSSX''SS!SfKVSS33BitKKKKKSHm iAl.. 1 ! TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS I5Y MILLER & CUSIINEY PUBLIC FKIXTERS. TERMS. SilbscriBlioa. Five tioUarspcr annum ; three dol lars lor six months and two dollars for three months. Advcriishi". For each square of 100 words or tin- ikr firs: insertion one dollar. 1 or each subsequent lsienrliim. fiftv cents. -V deduction of fiftv per cent will be made upon xe-jrlv advertisement? with the privilege of renewing t'm. sarac ounrterlv. Announcement of candidates for office ten dollars Potmahlers Sheriffs and Clerks of Courts arc specially authorized to procure subscriptions and ad". vertiscments. and collect and remit the money Iherelor An allowance of ten per cent upon all sums b-gsellsion twcc:i twenty-five and hfty ncr cent unoii all sums o Mah Wichincrfnii iTnimi nnhiiehnc tliA ft Mexican troops but c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 3 July 1845

"' ("wSS" W 234 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. July 3 ...-. -wi v1)Uuiium oiaics ujuii ue couiu uuuii jtmere can de no playing nt cross purposes vt I don the hope that the pledge of thosejiWe think Dr. Smith' minion mis necessary . ' .Estates to preserve and defend the ecpialfm v:p... .. . . ... ... v . leg:tedlrights of 1imij wi be sllccessfnK lt Ivasll" VCW fr exsln reat"'s wlh Enad' .. Mnmrn mm i..:j t ...... ry ... a ... r i m c n . . ... at. TAAS JNATIOJXAL KEUIS"1- ' co -c.rc; uacKson. moi nepuoiican States than he could nban-Itliere can be no playing nt cross purposes it-vpniiTPirp i it?n i timwnMm i mi i ..- ai i .f .1 t . .. "T? - .UAUVSU VI b lI'JAIlIJIlbflll- W.f SMIJS" G TO .v. Washington 3d June 1845. Sir The Congress t Texas has del THURSDAY JULY 3 1S45. to me'the performance of the gratelul officelnot thnf hn wn!ill iniiirc Mo.il ..m Cnnd we believe it will contribute to the pre- m jm . . I--' - " kiv If lll 1 J J I LM & - .LfMWmKl.l. Ill M"1' I III- tot transmitting to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 3 July 1845

!-. 5" "' v T v- July 3 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER 235 jiAT & fe 81- ! THE JUDICIARY. nishes dcmagogism to thrive there is a sound J In our paper of the 19th ult. in comment-lf tne Union 5 Must we behold Texas every It is idle to speak of the necessity of an en-Breason why the election of Judges shnuldaing upon his Excellency's message in con- day selling her cotton to England free of all P.liirir tvliilct niir r.nlfnil ia unluanf tn 51 llPflVV lightened judiciary to a free government. Weflnot be entrusted to the Legislature it isEnectiou with annexation we took occasion tolj 0'stf Aud must we also perceive Texas might as well talk of the necessity of air audBtfiat tlie electors are too numerous and therc-fiobserve in substance that while our unionBreceiving in exchange the manufactures of food to the living body. But it is a questionlfore the individual accountability is felt asHwith the United States would assuredly bclEngland free of duty whilst here they are of great interest i...

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

TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. My 3 CONGRESSIONAL ni.shed ?lh I'3" tbo ewrespondeiice that hasl Friday June 27 1845. 11843 requiring him to sail for Galveston. .nA iaKen piace oeiweeu xnis uovernment and meg nutate nt pursuant to adjournment. Batter preparing liis reoort as ordered in Ortn- 236 KnlKli n1 l..i-i... (.rv.....-.....n... -I. .l..mM..n.... LJ....:M I I . I 1 1 H SFX ATF llhe 00r t0 trnnsmt erewth "" the'corres-gthe concurrence of the House of Representa-! 3d. " In that the said E W Moore did on SbivatXl!!. pondence in the possession of the Departineiit.ltiyes the present extra session of Con orcsslor about the 27th February 1843 receive oer- VVF.nrsn4.V. Jlllie 25. lS4o.- Hrpniiirorl in flip K'AlA lovnliirinil imt! linruritfnroSwill nrliniirn ci'nn tlir nn tn........... .1... OQ.uB... I . ' ' . ... ... . ..... ... ..wvm.. -j'" "- "'"i " lu-iiiunun uiu oiiiaciiipK'i r uruers linoer date of ''''ft Jnminrv -.P note met pursuant to adjournment. furnished Btnst. at 9 o clock. On mc...

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

..-'UW-V - - 'i! --". ' ' 'V July 3 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 237 J On motion the message? and bill was laklf imperfectly prepared to discuss the subjectrthat great measure but I do say that hist flie militia by draft. In tfiat case we have on the table. Bnow before the House I will not permit theHopinions as eked out in his public papers areMmen in the field who have some sense of res-' On motion of Senator Kinney the SenateBoccasiou to escape without offering-some fewlut least equivocul. 1 lay no stress upon thelponsibiIitv who are amenable to the laws adjourned until 2 o'clock P. M. Banu basty reflections. I shall1 confine nVysolfSfact that rumor and the common consent of 9 Mr. Smith of Fannin said he thought vo- Si o'clock p. M. Hto the second section of the bill it being tlflall nscribe to him enmity to annexation. iBltinteers were as good troops as we could get. A message from the House through Jas.9Section in virtue of which1 it is proposed toXlay no stress on the fact that th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 3 July 1845

238 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. July 3 X- s tory so far as the public creditor is concern-Bwe cnn to her military one as presenting ex-ldomain; and let the troops of the U. Statesi ilfr. Campbell moved to lay the bill on rhe od? Will you not be imposing on him a dutyjamples worthy of emulation. Jt should belbut enter our land and the holders of our pe-ltuble. Lost. justly devolving upoii the State nudnecessaryMour aim to elevate aud not depress the Ame-lcuniary liabilities abroad will follow and inl On motion of Mr. Johnson of S. the rule to the enjoyment of any supposed ndvantagesBrican name. Isuch companies that all our finest and ricliesilwas suspended and bill read 2d time; and on resulting from the provisiou. If however Mr. Henderson said : I had hoped that nollands will be taken up; and at what price sirfluiotion of Mr. Cazneau referred to commit- this principle shall not obtain in the couductKone would have been found to advocate upoiiBFor the inconsiderate sum of ten cents perl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 3 July 1845

'"l-'va - 1--';.M. W July 3 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 239 jAr'f - J ' r V Head Quarters T M. ) Washington Jane 25lh 1845. GENERAL ORDER. No. 4. (LECTIONS arc ordered to be held throughout nttdthe importance of the measure to the peo Brank in the Navy was read a 1st time rulelor disorder. He is a false friend to the cause nle of Brazoria. The ayes and uoes beingWsuspended and hill reud 2d time rule furtherlof annexation who thinks to effect it by revo- .. . ..... . r .i a i-i i i t i . j i Mi .- xr- . :.. called on the sndennite postponement oi iiiossuspcnueu anu'uiu reaa nou lime ana passeu.pjimioiiiiry inovemunt. uewam nu Hiicrreg-j I. ill ctnoH as follows: Ayes Messrs. Speak-H Mr. Perkins offered the following resulution:iiuiii. It is our policy and our duty to stands Ei the First Second and Third Brigades Texa.- vr Cunuimdiam Dwyer Erath Ford Hen-MResoIved by the House of Representativeslby the Ropublic until we can say God saveHMilitia on the first Monday in August next for derai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 3 July 1845

"-V ' jfp-"i' A"'1js -nr' ' -us- 'v-pv 340 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. July 3 A-'-Wf w l&r ENGRAVING. of Clerks! engraved! Three Hundred Dollars Reward T WILL give Three Hundred Dollars for everyg f"FFlClAJLi SE4JS for the use M. Amcn woman or child that is now . 0f Courts tyotarie Public &c hands of the Indians that are hostile to Texas if deh-B -hi Ivered at Fori. Town 5? ? SiJL. o Smith J slee bsS or copper will be exe or at Independence Missouri. Among others of mygcordtnjr to order in tjie most approved style1 friends that are among theig is Synthy Ann Parkergat short notice and upon terms as moderate my niece about 1G or 17 years old fair skin uiuo orns cun ue md ejsewhere. Notice ray eye and fair hair. She xvas taken from Tex- .as in!83G by the Comanche Indians. I will pay $500 for her delivery to the commanding officers of cither ot the above named Crarrisons or to Maj Cummins Weslport Jackson county Missouri. I do humbly implore the aid of all traders who trade with th...

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