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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 April 1838

itfrc AGEftTS FOR THE TELEGRAPJf. In tho United States Edward Hau; Ne Orleans. -J. S. Kliay I: Co,, Booksellers,, Mobile' Ala. - . - In Texa .Bailv, Gat & Hoier, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Poe, Columbia. Tntonoitg Bes-WS.TT,- Brjroria.. W. W. SifEMr.Dji'.Montgo'mtrT hake creek. -Judge Usiier, Texana. E. T Itasca, Liberty,.., Jos. Rowe, San Augustine IX C. CLVTGHA,J-Mina, o'r'BastrotS'' - " PUBUSliED WEEKLY, BY tCRUGER& MOORE, PROPRIETORS! j TK11A1.S: Subscription, fie dollars a C:tf, jia.ihle" in advance. .idicrtisivg, one dollar a stjunrc lor the lit insertion, anil filtv cents lur luch t-ontiminnrcr eight lines, or less, is considered a square. -Marriage and obituary iiutices ot mora than tlirce linestach, curds of passengers, and an- nouncements ol candidates for political offii e, w ill be charged at the common rates of adiertisins:.. All advertisements to be paid for in advance- AND TEXAS REGISTER. VOL. III. NO. 17. WHOLE NO. 191. WE LABOR JOR OUR COUNTRY. HOUSTON, SATURD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 April 1838

.a TjELE GRAPH. EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, JR. Hoiiston. Saturday April 7, 1838p Themmunicanon of "the Hon. David G. Burnet, which occupies so large a portion of this p:ipcr will be read by the candid and patriotic with peculiar interest. Th"ey"will rejoice to behold this injured man, who so late- ly seemed crushed down under the weight of popular prejudice, and surrendered to i.rcincdi ibb infamy, ngain stepping forth on the political arena, and aided by the mighty influence of truth, snapping asunder the vile shackles of calumny and detraction which foolish enemies have vainly thrown around him. Ho appoals to a mag---nanimous and impartial public to examine the evidences Tjfhis innocence, and to decido accordingly . Nor cat: his request be denied. The people of Texas have too high a sense of patriotism and justice to penult one, or the brightest ornaments of their country to suffer the cold and, blighting influences of neglect and unmerited reproach. His misfortunes and sacrifices h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 April 1838

Fwl n- r revived bv one whoso fertility in fiction throws a veil i of obscurity over the achievements of his miscreant prcilcccrors. Your List intenvgntory is in thcbc words " Did you oiPrnnnlv.- m i)m imi eminent of Mcico, or airy of the tunctiouarics thereof, for any ollice of any kind, and par-J ticularly for that of provisional governor ot I ent. ( 1 nnvnr. that I have never applied, directly or indi rectly, to the Mexican government, or to any Mexican state government, or to any functionary or citizen there- nf fm- mi v nuhlic office whatsoever. All lluit I ever knew relative to the appointment alluded to above, is comprised in the following letter from Col. James Morgan. I ne- ver corresponded, bv letter or orally, with any other per- son on that subject.' Let facts speak, and unprincipled calumniators may bo hushed. One fact I will relate. S me davs after I had received Col. Morgan's letter lrom New York, mentioned in his statement, I wroto and sub- mitted to a popular meetin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 April 1838

fw TT J I- i - r- , NOTICE. rrBB undersigned takes this method of Informing the public f ffiSfEeintcnds running a KeelBoat regular in the Trini- ty KiverYrom Cincinnati loiYnabuab, anil will be at the Utter Dlaebrthc35thintt. DANIELE. BROCK. ivBiarch.15.-J, 19-3 DR. EVAJXS, . M TW'ASjeniove'd his Drug and Medicine Store opposite Mr. 4feft Floyd's, on Main etreet He has received a considerable ddttion"tohis establishment, which, renders it near!) com- plete, and is'tletcrmined to sell every article in his lineou mod- erate terms. DiuJEvams attends to the practice, of Physic and Surgery, generally, and from long experiencein Hi: South and North Dopes to obtain a share ol public patronage. ,. if. i'B. Country Merchants, Pliysiria.s, &c, arc requcslrd U call and jndte for themselves. Prescriptions accurately pre- pared... March, 17, V8.-'1.8-St I he ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. fflTrDC r iilnilni'dratinn !m ill IlPftM lTr.HltL'iI t bm. ". .- - -;,?,. .... . , ,. M'-J subscriber upon the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 April 1838

CAW- lV ' If . PUBLISHED W EEKLYjBT CRUGER & MOORE, PROPRIETORS. TEK MS : Subteiiption, (he dollars a year, raynbto in advance. Advertising, one dollar' a siiare for the first insertion, anil fifty cents for uacli continuance: eight lines, or less, is considered a square. Mnrriagc'and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of pa'sengcrs. and an- nounci menti of candidates for political offic es, v, ill be charged "at the common ratcs'of advertising.. T,j'" AH ud ertisemcnts to Dr paia ior in auTimce- jbi3yi!fadfe.am'yMJg'sr kw-B TEXAS REGISTER. , AGENTS - - FOR THE TELEGRAPH. -In the UnitLil States Edwabd Hal), New Orleans. J. d. Kelly 4. Co., Booksellers Mobil Ala. 'In Tetas Bult, Giy'i IIotEf, WnsUington. Col. iGco. W. 1'oe, Columbia. Tueodobk Be(c sett, Brazoria. W. W. Siitriun, Montjomerr Lake, creek. -Judge Ushlji, Texana. E. T Branch, Liberty. Jos. Rowe, Sab Augustine D. C'Cuimsguasi, JMma, orBastrop. YJM Lt-JBl 1VZ? JrVI. -vanci!1"" jQ-hk-p. -...''lw-','..l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 April 1838

? JUDGE ROBINSON'S CHARGE. Brazoria, April 3d, 1838. Gentlemen, I herewith' transmit you ;i copy ofl the charge .delivered by me to the Grand Jury, at the city of Houston, at the March Term, which i- afc Your disposal according to vour renucst. Re- ccivc, gentlemen, my sincere thanks for your per- sonal kindness and professional support and assist- ance. " 4 " Your obliged friend and fellow citizen, JAMES W. ROBINSON. Messrs, IV. Fari-fax Gray, J. V. Morcland, Juhi C JValrous, Enquire. Gentlemen of the Grand Jury, You are select f patriot alnidsl the dangers and privations that he is ticc thus supported was ilk gal. and that thoie cn- desuned to encounter while sustaining, Willi las gaged in it may be puniihcu, cilhcrpersonaii 01 .property, his life, and his cacrcd honor, our pi os- by deprialion "of properly. Each nation legislates perousand eventful revolution, for itself, but its-legislation operates on itself alone. Piracy is a most odious crime, and punished as This traffic the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 April 1838

fr K j wo.ild makc his 'communicition to (ho two Houses, in person, to-morrow at 10 o'clock, A. M The President of the Senate announced the appoint ment of the follow ing islanding Uommiltccs : On Foreign Relations: Messrs. Evcritt, Somer- vell, and Bcrton. On Privileges and Elections: Messrs. Barnelt, Rains. nnd Greer. , On Finance: Messrs. Wilson, Russell, and Rains. On Miliary Affairs: Messrs. Somervell, Dunn, " and Robertson. On Naval. Affairs: Messrs. Barnctf, "Wilson, and Russell. On Contingent Expenses: Messrs. Rains, Lester, andBarnett. On Dilh: Messrs. Lester, Russell, and Greer. On Printing: Messrs. Robertson, Burton, and Evcrilt. On Claims and Accounts: Messrs. Dunn, Rains, and Lester. On Indian Affairs: Messrs. Burton, Evcritt, and Robertson. On the Judiciary: Messrs. Greer, Somervell, and Burton. On County Boundaries: Messrs. Evcritt, Dunn, and Robertson. On Roads, Ferries, and Bridges: Messrs. Russell, Rains, and Wilson. Mr. Wilson moved to re-consider the vote of this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 April 1838

j BiogtapMcal Sketch of the Chai'acta' of 'GE.N. M11LABEAU B. LAMAR, Vice Pkesideyt or Texas. One of,lha most distinguished scholars of Greece some where remarks that "it is the first requisite of greatness for a man, to ho horn in a famous city.' No doubt this opinion was the result of a warm admiration) which the author had forhis friend, whose history ho was engaged in compilings tAhd in he ardor of his attachment to Athens, th'ejnrth-placc of Genius, and the cradle of Li- berty, ho was" betrayed into the expression, that the ac- cident of being born in a famous city imparted additional greatness to one, who hid boon distinguished alike In the councils of his territory ard battles. I am about to introduce to yojr readers a biographical ketcSoEra-fricnd, and if adislinguishcd birth-place can geld anything to his well earned laurels, surely I may bo pcrmittedito say of him as Euripides wrote of Alcibiadcs, that ho had tho first requisite of greatucss, as . famous state gave him bir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1838

' PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY, BY CRUGER & MOORE, PROPRIETORS. TERMS: Subscription, five dollars a year, payable in advance Advertising, one dollar .1 lquare for the first insertion, and fifty cents for iich continuance: eight lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of passengers, and an- nounciments of candidates for political oflires, will be charred at the common rates of advertising.. t All advertisements to be paid for in advance- AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH. In thu United States EDWAiD.lItu, New Orleans. J. S. Kelly i. Co., Booktcllcrs, Mobile Ala. In Texas Baili, Gai i Uoxet, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Poe, Columbia. Tueodouc Bkh- nett, Brazoria. V.W. SiiErjitD, Montjomery Lake creek. 'Judge Usher, Tc-tana. E." T Branch Liberty, J. RowE,San Augustine, D. tZCu.t- MNCiiAii, Mma, Gen. Douglass, NacogdocheU AND TEXAS REGIS JR VOI.. HI. NO. 19. WHOME NO. 123. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, APRII, 18f 1838. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1838

K tfcargc D'Affaires, were accommodated with scats on the right and left of the chair. His ExccllencyUheu arose and delivered an oral .Ad dress tolho two hxiics, upon the affairs of the Republic," which, frpin tlio .Jrcqupnt burst of applause, seemed to' correspond, and harmonize with the Views and feelings of ill vwipitnt TTlirtmr rtnTln'ltilftfl lif. Knlimad (VifVt l.lrt itflll- (111 lllCOUULt UIIU lllHUUUj 111 lOtlltiU IIU1I1HUU ..., conducted and accompanied as on his'entrancc. !"Thc',busirioss'onJwhich iho two houses' had unitcJ, in "joint session, beingeuded, the senile returned to its cham- 'bor. . !., . ', f ' v Ontaotionof .Mr.Sr.ncrrelJ, the senate djourned un- fUlbMonday-moraingat.lOo'clocIr. - -" Mondav, April 16th. ThcSonatemct, pursuant" to,adjouTument;-the Presi- dent in &$ chair:' nrav crs bv the Clnplain. ThB-Chair"prosonlod the petitiqnof Edward Hall, of 'Nevv Orleans, fatoagent of tho government, prayuig thatX tjLongross'wiij matte provisions lur iuc prupur lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1838

4 LL rvcr- Bl t - S" 5. others I have ever scon. They were a proud, uailikc race, who felt confident iirainst lliX world in arms, and ' .. . -j. . ., . . . looked aown on all olhor tribes With so crcign contempt. ' Iknow tFey have alvv a s been considered as cruel, trcach- ftrous'aud vindictive but it was only towaids their ene- mies. Amongst their own tril.es and allies, they were ,1 faithful friends, affectionate fathers, husbands and bre- athers', and surely deserved a better fate. j1' For'some time after my arrival at Fort Union, I seri- ously apprehended some groat outbreak amongst the In- dians, and that all their dying energies would have been directed against the whites; every day brought fresh in- ; tclligcncc of warlike, councils, and threats of deep and t .dire rpverigc. But tho'small pox continued to knock them dowd, and death who has no reelings oi nonor, nev er laiica to strike them while iney were uown. Itis said thai several-parties who started with the avowed intent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1838

vi. JUDE1 ROBINSON'S ClLVRfJfi. -' (Concluded.) -r-. .' Our statute punishes "with "death the crimes of treason, piracy, murder, the slaye trade, arson, kid- "napping, rape, robbery, burglary, and the accesso- ries before the fact to murder, arson, rape, robbc- iiyuind burglary ,-suffer thesame punishment. And the accessories after the fact arc subject to a fine notexcecding one thousand dollars tit the discretion of the court, and, may" receive thirty-nine lashes on the bare backat thc'discrclion of the court; other minqrjoffences arc, punished by fine, imprisonment and stripes, and some, by adding branding, which .arc those ofra more heinous character. The most 1oY. wbiclvl presume arc familiar to you, from your legal' "reading, and attendance upon courts of ius- lticc.- I will however, present for your serious con- .ederahon the oath and obth sections ot "an act lor -the punishment of crimes and misdemeanors," which 'provides, among other things, that "every person who,sliaIl kil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 April 1838

( .-) fr AGENTS (it FOR THE TELEGRAPH. In the United States Edward Hali, New Orleans. J. S: Kelly Co., Bookrcllcrs, Mobile Ala. In Texas Bui.t, Gay Sc Hoxet, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Foe, Columbia. Theodore Bes- nett, Brazoria. W. W. SucriRD, Montsomo-T Lake creek. 'Judge Usher, Texana. E. T Branch Liberty, J. Row e, San Augustine, D. C.Cbk- kinguau, Mina, Gen. Douglass, Nacogdoches. r PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY, BY CRUGER & MOOUE-'piiOPRIETORS. TERMS: Subscription, five dollars a year, payable in advance. Advertising,' one dollar a square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for ..u .nnh'nnqnrp' pi trh t linrs. nr lnss. is considered I .a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more than tliree lines each, cards of passengers, and an- nouncements of candidates for political offices, will be charged at the common rates of ndtertising.. " All advertisements to be paid for in advance- TEXAS REGISTER. lahHfJfHSBg BBKBB&EH Taityvifcii--M-JBii"iSS:' .ja. .... t.,AmLHTf j,. tumu B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 April 1838

SgfP yM ADJOURNED SESSION 2d CONGRESS. REPORT OF THE PilOttUCDINGS OF THC SEX ATE. Houston, Tuesday, April 17th. a.The Senate met, pursuant to adjournment; the Presi- f "dent in die chair; prayer by Ujo Chaplain. lU'iureor, irom we jommmceon we juuiciary, m.mu solid, immovable capital as has been described, be 50 percent, below the value of a protested bill, of the same denomination, of any one of the banks of New Orleans, for the final redemption of which there is so disproportionate a security, to be found in the estimate of the specie funds and property ol the nankins institutions ot the U. estates gencr- :.)!.. i- :i . ii ;. i - ..:.! -:.. , . .. .. ,. ..,.!;., tin y i is ii occuusc mere is ;i wiimui vuiiuuviituiu "iC-Li...:p.i.:. . inj.,;.i nmnorfv the resources or the integrity of Texas? ifie.rcHuctionof the lax on personal and mixed property Thn report befog read, was laid on thp tabic. -The President-laid before the Senate tho following let- ter from the Firt Auditor of Publ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 April 1838

fflSf- v J should Lo mode known to the Legislative branch of the government, al least invtimcfor mature redaction. -committee on the Judiciary. Q7The proceedings of thcHonse do not appear in this number in consequence of tlio lengthy and important reports ofthe Finance committee of the Senate. They will ap- pear in our paper of Wednesday nest. According to thcPcorjajttegister,arfiagistafeof that placeTias rcceived.information thatn gang of about 200 counterfeiters intend shortly to embark "at"St. Louis for the South, for the purpose of" passing off the fruits of their forgeries, say 10 on the Siatctfank of Indiana; 5's on the Commercial Bank of Pittsburg, and fives and tens on the Fulton .Bink'of New York. Tho engravings of the nolesare"said to be so well done, as easily toTdeceivc. The'approaching race at-the South may possibly be tak- en advantage of "to pass off some of this paper. Prencx garde. TELEGRAPH. EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, JR. Houston, Saturday, April 2S, 1838. It must be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 April 1838

il f ffiMHtfim iv raiiis mre s y swii cg ua c--y vsy f k fS situated on the west bank of the WW Colorado rivet dqswelv, Adams. B'l AVE' i'lst received per schooner Isaac, YV.;Nprris j H m rrnm I-11 nnp nmn. a-carmioisunarv mcrcnanuisi, is :... , ., r t. . . - .. - VSS-T.;arti.!re.iii.:-''4.:fi.:..1 i(nflAn.N J- JU!,t auorc lnc i -nm erasing, 111 tne county o. ms-.u'bu""u , A-fl , "i V T i !, i'-yc'tc, a mile or two above La Orange, and within ..rowan, tuck combs, 2o bblsoil soap, (can be used either nn hundrC( mUa of Ma( orda b It fonner,v with salf orifrcsh.wator ) 40 kegs n ..Is, assorted sizes; known b thaMmc of g, Tj,is sitc WM sc,eccd JJjonsuron.assorted; 40J,qxeS clare w.nc, (chateau Mar- hyJud Evang seCBil years ago, and those who ha "! V .? ?f v,f i0Arfi'n' ? r SaW?UfA?M l-T -Usited il th!uk il d0C3 crcd"U t0 1s judgment. The situ- lelarianddrSsivv gin; 1 iron framed lralfmctal cv - at;jn fa cmincntiv beautiflI, surpassed" by few if any, in -under .7-.wBin; S trunks superfin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1838

IPSllKiisJr J " " cp ft ? stsrt'-"' "' !' ' i-rUBia&IEfi SEMfcWEEKLY,BY-: ,"." 7CBBGER,f&-- M0.0UE?'rR01UiETOnS. -" TERMS; Subscription, fircdbUaH a rear, -payU6"1aa3rancev;Tdrcrtfjtn3-, one dollars; .U'tbuarpjfortb first. insertibivand fifty cents for. reachcontinnance-cisht lines, or less, is considered a square.," Marriage and obituary notices of more ; tfian'tliree line each, cards of passengers,- and an- tti-..ii--irni.Kto Fnr tinllh'pnl nfiire. will .- AJGENTS - " FOR THE "TELEGRAPH. In the United States Edward Hall;' New- Orleans J. S. Kcixy A- Co., JuooKtelJcrsMobilr Ala Jn Texas Bailv, Gay & IIoxet. Washington. Col. Geo. W. Foe, Columbia. ' Theodore Bek- hctt, Bra7oria. Y. Vf. SiiEPAKDr,Montsomerr, Lake creek. 'Judge Usiiee, Toxana. ,E. ,T. lJKANcii Liberty, J. Howe, San Augustine, D. C.Cos- ninquaji, Mina, Ucn. Douglass, Nacogduchcst TEXAS R.-ECIISTER. '.aonncraieuuui Wuwuut .. v." : 7. . ' ,at the common rates 01 aujerusiii;;... ements to be paid for.inauvancc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1838

v"3A- is s ADJOURNED SESSION 2.1 CONGRESS. REPORT Or THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE. Wedxesdav, April ltT, lU'AS.' 1! , ORDER OF THE DAY. -- Tiuf report from Uie Committee on the Judiciary, on '' the subject of direct taxation, was called up and kid on the table. ,, ." , The report and bill from the committee on Fnancc, on ., the subject of tho currency and the Bank of the Rcpub- lie, was called up and laid the table. '"The resolution fbrprinling 1000 copies of tho Report .and Bill from the Committee on Finance was considered "iniamendmenLproposed, when Mr. Russell stated, it would be remembered, when the report of the'eommitteo on finance, of which he was a mem her, was yesterday presented to tho Senate, he took oc- tcasion to "express his dissent to the part which related to -a Bank. The Supplement to the Report, now offered, obviated his objections in some degree. 1 hose objections however, were secondary in their nature; the primary "ibjSction still remained. And to shew that ho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1838

i-nsr S-5PV5-. I "VS55 !- J& 4& ft W. - Mi cress, bv which advantages are to be obtained for the all-powerful influence of the Press, which directs and those favorite Uherokees at trie expense oi mc na- uubuibuptoui men. i, uu puii...-, t nr c'nmf nfit ritiV.nns. Our ideas of the Dolicv fc!lrful responsibility rests unponahe corps editorial, in to? bc-pursucd towards Indians has ever been the givingua charatcrXojourpcoplc, and stability totbc Gov- , iLwSf. In trP.it them with stern even handed crnment- or it is to a newspaper we lookioran evidence vtHua w ..--- - --- LIU tU-VTIfc. IW 1.4 villus. ", 0t.w v- w ...... ,,. , , r.l I- ,-..' . -D!:.:l ;.... f ,W timl lh.nFmml- ol " e smnumg, nnnncrsnnu cuaioins oi me pcopic. J""""" ... . J, , . ' - , .i t. 1- 1 he business ot wis city, at the present moment, is J. - ever exist between tne wmie man ana uic tmiian, com letel at a slandjanu confidence appears to be near V giving them tlic occupant ngnt to sucn territory as iy dc3trov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1838

,l -- ' .' 13 A . ef ?? It R K "fj" mi i J'.)i u.ne.iU, bo authorized lo call on unfavorably to the prayer of the petitioner which re- i.iai'ouicer'1'or the correspondence between him pent was adopted. and'thc commissioners who were authorized to nc- Mr. Menifee from the Committee on Finance, to whom collate si loanbn the Bonds of the Government. wis referred the bill entitbd an act supplementary to an .? The bill from the Senate to repeal an act therein f?.1. sust-l!n lh,e currency of the country, and also the - i j c i x- nf r"i i...... rl "M to provide lor the payment of Government dues in namcd,.was read a first time. Mr. Gazley obsencd lldtJ' TRnnT,JZ. lhn nnmmi Xmmtj that the subject or this act was one of great impor- the two fefl j Icave l0 rcturn them t0 the House. i . J. XL- . V Iahh am ntn n Art t"m A A . tnnce to the country. So long as we continue to Adopted. 'giycrcdittq importers, so long will tlie promisory Mr pierpont from ti,e Committee on Claims and Ac- notes of t...

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