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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 July 1856

tw!Biap4!i'VtggKygwPM ' s LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. JULY. another case for years. But if you repeal the statute what is the result ? Your re- ports upon the subject of wills alone in half acentury will form a library. Much has been said here about lawyers. Sir as I have said before if lawyers were consult- ed here as to what they conceive most prof- itable for them they would say by all means adopt that statute and litigation would be rife throughout the land. There is uot a will but may be contested not a disposi- tion of property but would have to undergo the investigation of the courts. Under the old statute the principles of every case have been decided and settled ; every one that can possibly occur. Under the other law the principles their name is legion. They have not yet done deciding them and construing the law in Virginia in New York in Pennsylvania ; aye iii old England. Every new volume of reports from any of the older common law States brings U3 some fresh decision. Ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 July 1856

1856. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. 155 I. a IK' i : I tages and all honorable means to accom- plish this object. And I say sir that were I not to do so I should prove rocreant to the trust contided to my charge by those who sent ine here. I stand heie Mr. Speaker occupyin strange and anomalous position the rep-1! and flourishing towns. of soil of which they are possessed casting them forth from their homes consecrated uy an inu enuearmeuis 01 iamuy ues irom jl childhood's hours by the continuous resi- j donee of generation after generation : a 'i Upon these lands are situated populous rescntative of a free people who are entitled under the laws and constitution to equal knowledge and equal justice and yet a mea- sure is proposed and pressed upon this House with unexampled perseverance and tenacity which will have the direct effect i of striking from under my constituency the last foot of soil which they possess on the facs of this broad earth; yes to foist upon the country the most iniq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 July 1856

mmszxmitzacrz. M 4 154. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. .JULY 2 -wT- K Vn HT 4 v V way that if we refuse to pay it or descend to a nigardly economy in the matter we shall disgrace ourselves as much as Geor- gia disgraces herself in making the demand. As Georgia has thought proper to present her account let Texians in a spirit of mag- nanimity pay it to the last farthing. Mr. Smith of Harrisou offered the fol- lowing substitute : "Strike out S . Amend by paying the amountthat they cost at Harper's Ferry in place of $30." On motion of Mr. Ector the amendment wat laid on the table. 3Ir. Dennis proposed the following amendment : Insert after the word dollars "and in- On motion of Mr. Ochiltree laid on the table. The question recurring upon the adop- tion of Mr. McCown's amendment the ayes and noes were called for. Mr. Darden of Gonzales when his name was called said As a member of the com- mittee which ha&jthis matter under exam- ination I did nofobject to making the rc- iport allowing the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 July 1856

MR i &HWhffiniTgi'riil ii fPPp I "JT T - C- 1856. LEGISLATIVE PHOCEEDINGS. 151; that the experiment may be fairly tried. The ayes and nays were called for in the pissage of the bill. Mr. Mabry when his name was called said Mr. Speaker J wish to give the rea- sons why I vote as I shall upon this mea sure. .My actions in this House would in-1 dicate that I favored the passage of the i bill and am now compelled to vote against j it. I at one time did favor its passage ! oaving Deen induced to believe that its pro- visions would be liberal ai.d just 1 had my consent to give it my support ; but when the amendments offered in its fifteenth section deprived it of every feature that en- titled if to a claim to those virtues I gave it most decided and uncompromising opposi- tion. The principle therein engrafted de- prived all roads under any circumstances whose chartered length was under fifty miles of the benefits proposed in the main bill except the Brownsville and Rio Grande railroad....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 July 1856

j ifWBfW y ? 156 LEGISLATIVE PEOGEEDINGS. AUGUST 26 Erovcinents. At the samo time as I said cforc I believe it will not accomplish what its friends expect from it. I believe it is much inferior to a different syjteru and that the State system which has Ken so much denounced upon this floor is capable of doiug much more good to Texas than can be accomplished by the passage of this loan till. I am of opinion that the State Bjstem is not only infinitely preferable in point of efficiency but in its results it would secure cheaper transportation of the pro- ducts of the country to our seaports I be- lieve as many difficulties will be fiund in managing this loan bill as in carrying out the State system. All those conflicting in- terests will be brought to bear in securing different favorite routes and in the distribu- tion of the funds of the State which would operate in the location of State lines or railways. The State system proposes to dispense its benefits to all parts of tho coun- t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 July 1856

1856. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. 153 person to lay the amend- ' guardian in line 2nd section 5th the words or creditors of the deceased wife of the community in person or by agent or attorney.' " On motion of Mr. Bum: ess laid on the table by a vote of 43 yeas to 27 nays. Mr. Thompson proposed the following amendment: Amend by inserting after the word "court" in sixth line of 4th section "up- on complaint made and satisfactory proof thereof by any une having an interest in said estate either in person or bv next friend." Mr. Crabbe moved nient on the table lost After some remarks by Mr. Stedmax Mr. Thompson said : The object I had in view in offering this amendment was not to restrict the rights of the creditors or distributees nor of any person interested in the estate but to restrict the power of the Probate Court in tho premises. For according to my interpretation of the act as it now stands one of its main features may be defeated without such an amend- ment. My object is to restr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 July 1856

F F Pme1 v. i "fSlB 3&- 158 rives and upon failure to execute said bond with security as required herein adminis tration may be granted upon said estate as in other cases.'" On motion of Mr. Charlton laid on the table by a vote of 45 yeas to 23 nays. Mr. Sayles moved to reconsider the vote just taken laying amendment of Stedman on the table. Mr. Satles said I voted in the affirma- tive for the purpose of moving a reconsider- ation of the vote just taken. I believe the first and second amendments offered by Mr. Stedman which have been laid upon the table arc calculated to improve the bill and make it better. They guard more cf- fftctuallv the risrhts of creditors and the rights of heirs which by the bill in its orig- inal shape are entirely overlooked. I don't know whether it is the intention of the House to pass this bill without dis- cussion. But it seems to me that a bill so important as this proposing a radical change in the laws now existing on the sub- ject of marital right...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 21 July 1856

.1 - f h LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. AUGUST. 160 Tr s as 'K- be required to give another and sufficient bond. I hope the vote will be reconsidered and I . . . t-n -lit .1 !... !.. I tnat tne run win dc paasuu m uui .-"u.. Austin August "iOth 185b'. House met pursuant to adjournment roll called quorum present. Journal of yesterday read and adopted. 3Ir. Bee presented the following protest : House op Representatives ) Austin Aug. 28 1S5C. j The undersigned respectfully protest against the vote of the House of Rcprcscn- ji tauves reiusmg u pass mc oui u cuuuim certain land titles west of the Nueces river over the veto of the Governor for the fol- lowing reasons to wit : That the Governor entirely failed to give to the Legislature r. single Constitutional reason for refusing his assent to the bill. He professes to have been unable to obtain any evidence that the parties mentioned in the act were entitled to the lands that they claimed although he had diligently sought for it. The under- si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 July 1856

il r & If & if & i f ft t- efa0 State atte i - ---- JOSS MARSHALL & W. S. OLDHAN. . ts.oo . .64.00 r-l-W afid CeraocraUc Aasoclatloue torS liberal Cafc xttt. GAZETTE BOOK AKD JOB OFFICE. Trkni nkgemiv Lft? rB0mCE.4 we r.SMlnC. W sw Oct Fewer Frew H " .- frrtea. ..mvTRO. BILLS OF LADING. BILLS OF EX (it! 4ii. w "' p JOB BINDERY AND afpr-Cvery Uttleabovc thcfe " " TOtb LAWYERS' CAEDS. li? VSi!. rJUt. cf tbt Blue. JUTJBW .- ' y-Vrt A- GDl'lLY-ATKMST iT Ll li-- - ...irrruox ixisztt. Ut DUtrirt Oeor" '. Meien. HlUni MeLen- ti SH ad TTWtMa ind t PrtM jm. j rrKHOLTCHAnr.E-An6W r t lor e -c-1 - I lit tieiwn " """" jTOOL.E'' A. O-ATTOMH-IT-UIW AXU om. rrcderiebbarc Ttxai tw8ggts.- roKE biw":-""-;-!. 3 I. i t: .yv wi-r avnOorXBXUm 1 it.lw. nacs. jk yi. AttornfyUw Oallat py 'iVEltlM'N A- p'OB-Attoww and Corssn. S Lli: toiiiDn Texas. .Will pracUce In jxiM tao. .j. r. mo. it DhWetCocrta-ot Bexar. Medina wuspt GcadlSpe'caJdweUand Gonxaltf eoontlef nd In the WeralaBdSBprrMtortiatAu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 July 1856

r"iW 8 dt: M&I t erf it! nj til It! an ajk MSB trSS till im one iwnj tr rat tjje State attte. jgjjjgtSHAiX OtCSAJI. Editor. Aramy. batubpay. JDy ss. ibs& roK rsEswEsr .n YTCE-PSESIDEST JOHN C. BBECKINMDGE nPETSTCCET. DEMOCRATIC- TICKET. ELECTOES FOB STATE AT LAEOE r. tT. SOTFDOtf W. B. SCCRBY. DISTEICT ELECTOES jt. J. BOOB. SAMItTOX. FOE COMPTEOLLEE FOE TEEASUBEE JjUIXES H. BAYMO.fD. FOE ATTOENEY GEXERAL JAMES IVIIXIE. FOB DISTEICT ATTORNEY Secosd Dist. OEOBOE JS' DEMOCRATIC COUNTT TICKET. roE CHIEF JCSTICE JOHN B. COSTA. TOE COUNTY CLEEK JAMES M. SWISHER. rOH ASSESSOR AXD COLLECTOR HUGH ilcBRLDE. TOE COUNTY TEEASCEES . AARON BURLESON roa couxrr commissioners FELIX MOTH. KELSON 1LEBRILL FEJiU JONATHAN BOGEBS. JOHX C CALHOUN'S TESTEJIO.VV Cff- " ME. BUCHANAN HAS HABITUAL- LYIVDICATED ON THE DANQEEOUS QUESTIONS OF SLAYEEY. CORRECT FEELINGS." tfT We are lathoriirf to tsoonoce the name of the HcSjOHIfHEMPHILI.MctDdl(lit for re-eleetlon to aeee of Cfcltf JcUee of the Supreme Cour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 July 1856

$ ryCTJrf TJDS AHttHX. ' We gire ow. the remarks of Mr. Rmwa of CaJstoa on tliis important bill yfcldb jaed House of Representatives oa t&e 39U:f t. The passage of the "bill to a tkra ring pendmg. Mu. Bbowx He. Sfw111 : I ve been an atten- rjre obrrof the progress of this bill diacbwrtlpJ-tibg but little in its discns- eoo. p jy vote girea on the various ajDfadiea&proposed1 I bare been guided joJdj IJ a pare to improve its features sad rAaer i as littls objectionable ss possi ble It is pe to myeelf and those I repre- pa gate the reasons wrunh nave aed ny course and lead me to a con- . to pte For a measure which does maty accoucts meet my approba- ibe people of Texas demand f this JjtMsbiTt the passage of some means to t rcurosas. w tnown to us all. Teat rpressionE of public opinion through we- primary meetings and conventions y in lavor ot this bill 13 an undeni- Ifcal there is not the least cosat i-iy of any bill proposing works by the is recommanded by the Governor or Dili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 July 1856

? &! CI oS9 IMB th cot lf i dPZ- FnirifEfesSENTATrVrES- 1? lfSs SMunk Jul K ISofi - Aftirtbe reading and sdopiion of the JEcE offered the following resolu- Uoss t . . mortal nce tie adjournment of this .SAe 5th day of Fcbrnary last ithaiplcied God to remove from among us Jnlina S.DeTcresux one of the members of this house from the county- of Busk a Jun of sterling integrity politician whose poUr star love of conntry-a husband SeVotedinhifiaffectionH-a father tender jutud belored-a friend on whose ear the kcred calloffriendBhipnererfell unheeded aad a citizen whose constant Kim was by pemmal effort acd pecuniary contnbu- t&nVto admice the best interest of his oountrr. Simple and unostentetjous n all Hi habits firm and undenating in the cae of right he presented to the youth cf his acquaintance a pure model of an "imcrican gentleman; in fact he was the realisation of the idea ot the poet: "an honest man is the noblest work of God." Be it therefore JZckkW 1st That this House de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 August 1856

I k r.-igagnWlKflBWy .albfn olnirJ irii XaVaVUiitAa-iWG wyr-Tgrh-BrTTnnTrrr m m m j.rirtTWorigfg'Mag 1IT jir it i: i f.'I" -- 'T -J-lcrfl -went 1 .117. IV jut i ii i :- " . - T" hf?fc nn"'jiit . .T):ixi'r fft ai. a : 1 ?i.f.i.X ! ;in') l-l'JCI'i 1U9!JT4 .cdu'i i w . fit (7Plt W exa0 0fafe aizik AartrtlxneatJ will be ertrf .tOaDoUwper . rdihtliBM;3-Ietli!sib lype.fcr tie firs: towr- tlea. ad t&j cents fer each eoAHasMee. OoeJir J JOHX MARSHALL & Y. S. OLDHAM. ' UiejicrwftllttepfMleieof eiiasiasqoartery. J. -;" . f& ii rn ' "Tr "'l ..-.- . . . 'nii3-:fc-tiL"1 " ' - i . - ' ' -. i g.-tjtjt .-.- " . 1 --' "-' J ; ; : Tsiiiii tvi :i&iHn.. TH Jo-i'. ...r.u-. ..j-" .nq ifiwi-'liiKmicq'?-'"';"" ." - mVn lani i B .... - - - -- anr l.iT J - a J----' - J - - - 1 . I . r i J ... .-. . - .. .Bv -v; .-.i o'i-! - '--aag3flfS ... ..:-';..:. .... r Ain.M .H)piwrfWH.!i'u rw4 far tel dctiitri per iimsa. inaoaicenisaa of baadHiter ftr OSm. aal aH P pnoal ad taai3 cotaiaicatloa proaaUra ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 August 1856

miwsm n . I ' tfje State ajcttc. AtTaRM-AM. A OLDIt.31 Editor. AU5TLV. HATURDAf. AUGUST 2. 1856. JAMES J3UCHANAK Of PtSXsTLVlMA. FOK VICa.-PllKMDn.VT JOHN C. JMECKLXIUDGE or kestcckv. DU.UCll.VTli; TICKET. .electors ioa iate at large I" U. UOX tit" V. a4. M-U.alaV. DISTRICT LLECTOR8 for comptroller jxnt:.t u. sham. FOB TREASURER JAJlt'SU. UAVJIO.KD. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL JA.ots XttLt.IL.. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY Secosd Dist. i;Kutf;i: xr. jnKK. DEMOUUATiC COUNTY TICKET. FIR CHIE1 JUSTICE JOHN B. COSTA. FOR COtKTT CLCSK JAMES M. SWISHER. FOR ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR HUGH McBUIDE. FlR COU5TY TREASURER AARON BURLESON. F..R COHJTTY C0MI"5I0SERP FELIX SMITH. NELSON MERRILL r ELIX 'Ay KOOERS. joiiv TTZZiMacy tv nnoxv tV MR-B'CIIANA.V HAS HABITUAL LY INim-AlED. ON THE DAXliERgU.- QUESTIONS OF SLAVERY. CORRECI rEELLVOS.- (Vorrmliiiruiliii icooujc l.e n nie f ill I! ..IOll.V HKMrillU. uiau d t fr rr election t tfcoffi-e f Jbwf Ju-ilcr f th Bajreoe Court or tli Jl.ir Oictlou la Augiitt ucxt. (9 We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 August 1856

T f V a-" ""?.." v - J-is!31'' .-f: ee- fmc&9r?m2!S& K . ! ijr i ft m i N I . ! SUSXX233.ai T-p-' 1TJV -"-'' jafc & .-! ZOgi f1 ftxro SENATE. Feom 25th Jctr to July 30th. SeeTri-WedJj for full Details. BUht Petitions Resolntions&c. introduced. Citizens of Young County (Martin) j citizens of Trinity County (Flanagan); citixens of Galveston (Potter) ; D. D Cow ans (Armstrong); to create the County of La Salle (McCulIoch); relief of John lit- tle (Weatherford) ; "Nat. Smith" (Taylor of H.); to amend the 3rd Sec. and repeal the 10th Sec. of the Liquor Law (Potter); to require the tar on all property to be paid in the county where the same is situated (Russel) ; repeal of grants or patents to land (Pedigo); citizens of Guadalupe (McCallooh); to incorporate Henderson and Logansport Railroad (Trait) ; to change the venue in Justice's Courts (Guinn) ; to amend the execution act (Potter) ; to en- courage the improvements of the navigation of the rivers (Burroughs); to fix the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 August 1856

UOUSKOF EEPilESENTATIVES. JULY ? lbOb. Ite act relating to wills being nador con- 'deiition Xfr Tvnios said Tliis matter seems to coosKcd a rood deal of interest in this Wf end well it mar. Parents bcine tic aataral guardians cf their children it fce- waes nocossarjthatwechould look into tie natural law that governs the case and follotr it out aa nearly as we can as bj so doing we chali apporimate more nearly to th- correct course than we could probably dobjewjoihtrmGLns. i. There is a natural law lmpJan'ted in the breast c-fxasn by the great Creator to direct him in his course and especially in aH that rektes to his family. And I am conscientiously of the opinion that if men were left aore to tne guidance oi urn titoral law than is the custom and prac- tice of our age and country we would "hare a better state of affairs and a more wholesome system of laws with all the 'happy consequences that would follow in their train. If men are left to themselves and no improper influences are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 August 1856

rf sss 'Mm .-as pjrss .. i-ei" . " " 1. -V i kuswm: !fflSS MrTiiiiii-iMiiBi--wtiiirirrnT"TTT "iri'-'if--- - EM!a'1 nMgMiM. '" gBm.imug'iagffai 1 1 ! a wawwwwii-i i ' -- .- - .---.. U ill HIJ i . . "I Bfc-' ' !-.- ' ' " ' " '. i up i i i iji a i ii - it4.jjina.Bqj in ' " '? Ji-nMMaMaaBMaMaMBWMWFMwgasap'!''r .ffj--T ' tJ'5 P5r " '3TW . -.- f- J( -- i t-t .". r W 1 1 .1 aa0 0fate ajetk J005 MARSHALL & W. S. OLDHAM. SCLSCiUPITOS (3 AjrvAsat).. ...... . S3.00 EOSSCJUPIIOS (x3rnAiTii) 94.00 Claba and Democratic Association- IKIB'iu u .rule- GAZETTE BOOK AND JOD OFFICE. W have cade and are Biilzg attain J31t!Jf ccrJOBOrnCXni -re arc coir pmriK5?!? ertrT T-riety cf OnuanUlB mod rL-itd Our Power Pro bit eu erected ta p" oferatlsa. ...- 0 mp crest dispatch and sent to any P - " v en eiptiie. JOB BINDERY 1KO BiAHIBOOX MANUFACTORY iest Stock c hand and x firat dui binder always st hi mi. pUecf within the power or every body Is win: 6f jUaiii boS7uc- a Ledgers JocnuU Dy Book. Coart Ktordf cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 August 1856

t V h he mate (&n?cUe j WslnAlp .iiiw IfnfrnS. SATURDAY AlGl'ST .!. f-UlC VKCbtDCAX JAMES BUCHANAN. rott vicE-PKriDi;xT JOHX C. BRECKINRIDGE or EorrccKr. : DEMOCUATIU TICKET. ELECTORS FOE STATE AT LARGE FiAV. BOU'BOAt v.l;. fclltklkl. ; ' DISTEICT ELECTORS - rrnoou A.j.nintvTox. JudlcTttl District X-lrclci.. Horace Cone of Brasoria. a W. Terrell of Travis. Alexander J- Evans of McLennan. MA.'Doolcy of Comal. Felix B. Sexton of San Augustine. 'TTLTCiBp of Upshar. Francis R. Lubbock of Harris. 'John T. Mills of Lamar. James 31. Perry of Anderson. ' Fletcher S. Stockdale of Calhoun. .rdslah F. Crosby of El Paso. Stephen Powers of Cameron. John W. Durant of Leon. Benjamin F. Neal of .Nueces. B. B. Pickett of Liberty. -2. J. Goode; of Dallas. . S. 0 wings of Karnes. toil. C CAJOUOCVd TJE.sniaov iy ME. BUCHANAN HAS HABITUAL- LY IKD1CA1ED. ON THE DANGEROUS QUESTIONS OF SLAVEEY CORRECT IEK LINOS' Cuovsd voLCni: isoxv ilvauv oy TUB "GtZErrC API'EADIX" aiSTAIKIKC THE SPEECHES DELIVERED IN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 August 1856

.. f I k- F-ELECTION EETUltKS. - 32AV28 COCSTT. ITe have received tie retaas of the eW ttem in lids county front all the precincts :cept four which will not rcatcnallv loec the rcsalt Tne following is the jfejwfaras heard from; we will publuh tables next week. ComptroUcr James "B. Shaw 604 E. O. Robaissm 511. Treasurer James H. Baymond 623 W. m i. Ci W jtuteonMy General James Willie 62 jr Stcadman 4(. CMaf Justice JohnHempluJl ytH. .Wiizfc Jutfu R- T. Wheeler 800 s TMml. 725. T. J. Jennings 334. District Judge Thonas H. Duval 592 S.B. Tomer 303. t District Attorney tfeo. N. dones ui if. Chalmers Uii. District Sttrrcjor L. 11. Lucfcet day L M. LindscyZbi J. ILPace (Indpen- i&fi 194. Ravmond 391- CWnfy Yer Jamos 3L Swisher 491 Tanas P. Davie 45L Countv Treasurer Aaron Burleson 423 Ed. Finnin 4G6 juicsmors Collector H. McBndt) 355 fj". T. XcLavri 599. rn(y 'C4iHSJMtTo Felix Smith 303;Nclw Mesril 831 J. Hodger 312 S. M. Swenson 268 L. D. Carrington 251 Oi J. NichoU 206 G. II Btrtlit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 August 1856

-? k .JSJK rSKT - .' - J2 it 4-s wiffiBBt Bffi- ri.i V. s; JP CHAPTER 93: a BILL -. -- isccrteli tie Legal Claf as fer JHeeej aad Laiis against the State. -8ecixok 1. Beit enacted hy the Legislature of the State of rftexu That there shall be by a Joint vote of the Leg- : jislfttnre a Commissioner of Claims irho shall hold his office until the first day of January A- D. 1858 and until his suc- cessor shall be duly elected and qualified. He shall keep his m office at the city of Austin and shall receive an annual salary Cof tw thousand two hundred andfty dollars. Before he entere upon the discharge of the duties of his of- fice he shall enter into bond with two or more good and suffi- s dent sureties in the sum of twenty thousand dollars made L5t payable to the Governor of the State of Texas and his suc--a .oessors in office condftioned that he will well and truly duchwe all the duties that may be required of him by law which bond shall be approved by the Governor andby him 'filed in ...

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