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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 July 1845

J"Fy'-i5 'J ""'.i ""l f-. spflW-"' Iiij.&fcrr r ' -vk V vp-jF. z '"'' NATIONAL. REGISTER LPRO PATRIAJLQSTRA ETSUADIGNITATET iK.te55&JS 'V?Sr-JST. 55K3SEi:-Aif JSiifi? wfgfjj i-umw-ijim'iajPujJi'mr- TECT! ; SJ .IBH- VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 10 1815. NO. 31 r fiy; "--J: v.-Vf " -':t''-i'n'?w '"' rs" fcy-; -jirvvKVKT.ttv'vi''r r. r-ai jy. -W imiisi( i "" ri" rrr TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS BY MILLER & CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. improvement of agricul-Hruc sense of the word miserably poor in three weeks after the meat was re-examined of the farmer the; Jact a slave : and when his eyes are open-Efnd the skippers utterly destroyed. rhe ap- o own more land'"?ed to his real condition it is no wonderfp''cal'o here described does not in the Jeast A Little FarmWell Tilled. The great-rone half of them at least. He is in thei holes appeared the juice was poured in. In est obstacle to the ture is the propensity 'mania I miffht call it. ti 'tli nn ho nun ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 July 1845

242 H TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. July 10 X ! TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. ii .f s it r-v gto .v. he cause and policy of the Republic is matterRand national calamity and a matter of uni-Hmittee and Secretnrv. and forwarded rn rim of history. To that we in common withSversnl mourning; that the sorrow with whichlaMoiitgomery Patriot and Texas National Re' minions yet to come may iook rortnose pecii-asmc mcmoers oi mis meeting are penetrateaMgis.er at Washington for publication. THURSDAY JULY 10 1845. GEO. M. PATRICK A. G. PERRY J. W. BARNES Committee; U. F. Case Secretary. fliar features in his course which never teiidedis the general feeling of the community; and to aught but the honor and interest of his coun-that every citizen mourns the Joss of a man Jtry. To review them now would be inap-Jjwhose conduct has reflected honor upon every DIED On Thursday the 3d of July hist.RJPropriate the attempt would be ineffectual relation of life whether public or private' !"-- .- . 7 I ..-. ! !.. I at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 July 1845

V I.. July 10 TEXAS. NATIONAL REGISTER 243 patriotism. We pretend to know nothing ofthe settlement to feed them. They make butlfaires but without success? Here then is the! From the Prairie.The Catnanches seem ti.. i: :.l e .L r :j. .i i .-(flittln mtrnn. T.ittln ntt.ntinn i naiiHo stnf.kHsource of nil this humbuirrv and delusion :Sto think thnt encroachments are being too ra- - Iraising; such as grow up in the range )Mhese astounding disclosures and manufacturedpidly made upon their hunting grounds by cabinet we do not ask to know; we are con-b I ? .0renorts which have found their wav into half&he whites and more utilized Indians. The tent to judge men by their actions and it theirn?pan :nri0ipnro nnri nnwrtv n iinfi nndHthe political Deriodicals of the Union. falast Cherokee Advocate states mat mere is . . . . . . . . 'v;"v i."W taut v.. v iiul v . .m. '" 1 .. . -" - . rf fiT. . . . . . - .1 . .1 . K K ..J- -. -. .. i l . ..?? l -t i . I lvl" "" "- J -.. ...w..w ut.v. w.-.-r w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 July 1845

TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 244 July 10 CONGRESSIONAL. NINTH CONGRESS Calkd Session HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Thursday June 26 1845. House met pursuant to adjournment. A message was received irom tne Senate situdes attendant upon our existence as astake the support oi those who hare every claimSin the universal satisfaction produced by the nation for many years. The impression hasjjpon us. Many of those who are now injprompt and united action of this body upon Igone abroad through the community that ourj!'fvor of annexation are in this tituation Ble 2reat subject referred to you for your de- present statuary provisions are inadequate tojftbat if nothing is done by Congress for theiraliberate consideration. By the wisdom of Jthc purpose. If this House can extend any benefit they might be induced to take a standgyour counsels gentlemen you have dispelled Iremedv. I will jnve it mv cordial sanction and' against it; by joining with the minority theylthe doubt and mystery which has hung rou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 July 1845

H. ItlkULQ. TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 245 this embraced one of the best features of theffinstitution is entitled to sue and perhaps itjand declare the force and effect thereof. Itlrequires that some action should be taken bill. Etightens the rein or evidence Does not oursis general! understood or at least by manyBupon the subject at this very tune. Air. Henderson said : ment offered by the will carry. There viduals in this country those institutions; who are not here by anyr"'ed by gentlemen upon this floor that the bankhuheir claims down upon this country to theEis offered them at present. Our statutes now default of the banks but have come off here"; referred to has claims amounting to morcjirretrievable ruin of many of our citizens.fjbar all foreign judgments -f but give the abili- aainst their consent. If they had remained than 500000 dollars upon citizens of thisfWhether such be the case or no whether thisHty to sue upon the original evidences of debt; wliere the debts were cont...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 July 1845

V 40 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. uun J- MrMcLeod offpr-H iIia fnllnwinif resolu-Hin Texas. Mexico has been tanrrlit- the follvlwe see in the followinc article from the next gin concert with h virtually says to Texas. -... ..v ...-.. a - - -- 9 H . . . CT .... f'j T 1 i f Uon: Hot her declarations'. The admission of the in-Hday's ficnyune i A new and a bolder move- te independence ana peace or annexation Rpsnlrod hvtlio Hnnco nf Rfnrpsfntatives.l(lenendenr.f of Truths. whAtevp.r th ofttiditinnHment of President Jones in favor of annexa- rand icar. Great Britain cannot take the at thfl miirep nf tlio F.TPrnfive in relationlfnnnexed. is all that Texas rnonirnd. TheHtion. Not content with bavins called Con- kg "-- ww wV w bu w amvw - 9 " "" - g fc- - --. . . . Co the question of annexation has been un-ERubicon is passed ; the die is cast. MexicoHgress together to consider our propositions!! to the United States tor she acknowJedg- .. rl! m . . . aim r I . . . 1 W . patnoti tiie people illc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 July 1845

X H TEUtAS NATIONAL REGISTER HI failLHt them from the tariff of the United States.lsenators elected for the present by general! By the President of the Republic of Texas. (SESSIONS OF-THE COURTS OF THE it is mis wtncli made ungiana in joiu recug--BiicKU( ana iwemy representatives cnosen nym - BDftni 1UITIAU H REPUBLIC. ii.sr thf iiiHnonrlnrn nfTnxas. and a whi"8nilie districts. The tnrihiu nf Assnmnfinn A P K D uL A M ATI II N . B cabinet declare by its organs that the meas-BLafourche Intericur and Terrebonne shall! WHEREAS by the term for which tho severalISupREME Court. John Hemphill Ciuef . I...I !'.. :n .l.:.. t fmn Prwr1icli iltrlilctrvBfnncf itllffi nilP Stnlinta .) tat-. olnnliiin 4 .H. .!.... nntnnncttirr llin l)inroonntnt:.n k..nK oTthaS JUSTICE. -v U1G 1IIU IUI IIS UKJLUI. IU lllb u(i"! inuk. j ww..w. .. ... w..W wiiui.u UIOUII.1 blbbllllg HI UJJIIIUlllui-iiit v....rMi( uiu uiiioiuiuirii uiouwi i m i 1 At 4 7. j. C?.r4 -T JrtlH71fim)l VkYrkMM !....... irom the legislative ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 July 1845

s v-f 248 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. iiur -J.V J Three Hundred Bolters Bewardl Washington Races I WILL give Three Hundred Dollars for every American woman or child that ie now in the hands of the Indians thai are ImstiU lr&s. ifdeli.l Tered at Forts To wnaon Washata Gibson or Smith1 oratlndepeadence. Misgouri. Among others of my friends that are among them is Synthy Ann Parker1 my niece about 16 or 17 years old fair skin blue or rajr cjes ana iair uair. She was taken from Tex- "J?1. by the c"nanche Indians. I will pay $ouu xorner delivery to tho commanding officers of eiuier oi the above named Garrisons or to MajJ v...u.Uo ttcaiuurujaCKSOn pnnnlif M unnr I do humbjy implore tho nJrf .n t. w1nH'VM7'E the undersigned do asrre to run a Race:?! .. trade with those Indians as well as all Idian agents ono m'e and repeat over the Washingtonl JJarc" 1U4a II other nris-B ' on lno ast A'lursaay in November iic.UKj wr T. J. HEARD M. D. )n and Phys Wash ington Texas. RICE & NICHOLS Surgeo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 July 1845

SAJk'J '- ''Vjj.VS-" ia'-.-v saw m" $ r -V- v-ti vfe?V pcasEBrrsr-" jssLjy agfcaegg' Iffcspc.'y'" sir f-ii .; -J jj .; 5- n j" ' i v !- inilt" gSTHfrFflf V i-vfwv. "f f 4 IS i .! ri-i iff nvfesi pj fife-" : !' :; ' ' NATIONAL. REGISTER. N0if32 VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 17 1845. o h'WW r4 ISBnKMB 3WggWKWJ!ll-sggT3gJEiriiiriri lr: - -fV-j Wflfnni liM r -y -- iAf IggPRQ PATRIA WQSJRrEmiADICNlTATE?g! TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS BY MILLER & CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. TEH MS. Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three -do!-lars for six months aiid two dollars for three months. Advertisings For each square ol WO words oritn. der first insertion one dollar. For each subsequeut insertion fifty cents. A deduction of fifty per cent will he made uaoa vearly advertisements witk the privilege of reneu'iug the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for office ten dollars Postmasters Sheriffs and Clerks of Courts arc specially authorized In procure subscripti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 July 1845

'v r? ii - 350 TEXASNATIONL REGIS July I-Tf Z' A- -- - U TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER ir . s if rv firo .v. THURSDAY JULY 17 1845. LTHE CONVENTION. .Wehave letters front Austin tp the 13th inst. In our correspondence will be found die chief proceedings of the Convention. That body hns now disposed of all questions of con--tested elections &c and the appropriate com- mittees are-dilligently engaged in drafting the several rpawioris of he new constitution. They have not yet reported and until tliey do the jouraa)s of the convention cannot furnish much matter of general iuterest. Hon. W. B. Ochiltree has been declared entitled to his seat in the Convention asDepu- ty from Nacogdoches by a vote of 36 to 19. The-.ndditional members sent from Galves- ton Sabine1 and Bowie have not obtained seats. The Convention upon tearing of the Vice President's .death suspended business for one day. We ore 'happy to learn that a commenda- ble spirit of industry and accommodation per- vades the Conventio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 July 1845

. Juty'ltf .iliPT TBJMtf S .S HOWA'L HEGtliS TER THE MAN OF THE WHITE HA1 I "x fc'f.nt.f nut at lnr ! The Irw tlrleans prti- tors said he could not escape detection and they were right. The whole corps was after him- toitk a sharp stick determined to ferret him out and run him down. He managed to cet off however but in a sad plight carrying along with him indelible marks of having run the gauntlet and heing decidedly used up. Abtity texccs evasit erupit. He passed through or rather over this place on the 13th instant on his way to parts unknown ; but language-is incompetent to describe his condi- tion1. The Herald had forced upon him a motley garment blazoned witli lions rampant griffons gules and other quaint heraldric devices;- the Telegraph had magnetized him ; the Mo- nitor had read him a didactic lecture; the Dollar newspaper had appropriated his metal- lic currency ; thecPieuyune had stamped upon his person the impress of its insignificant coin ; ihc Argus had looked through h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 July 1845

-S Tf 1" Ly 'A ''3 T E i AS KAtfB I DN4pL i& EjG I $ T is R . JoljviT LAWS OF THE REPUBLIC. AN ACT Miking appropriations to defray the expenses of the Conven- tion aiidfirantinsr the members thereof the franking privilege. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Republic of lexas in Congress assem- bled That the members of the Convention elected on the basis recommended by the President for the purpose of framing a Constitution preparatory to the admission of Texas into the American Union be and they are hereby entitled to the same pay and mileage as members of Congress arc now entitled to hy law ; aud such officers as the Convention may deem neces- sary to elect shall be entitled to the same pay as similar oiliccrs of the House of Representatives. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That.the members of said Convention shall be entitled to the franking privilege and al other privileges secured by the Constitution or laws to memb er of Congress. Sec. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 July 1845

fZ . July 17 TEXAS-N ATI Q tf A:L fcEG I S.T&H. f v 253 v AN ACT Supplementary to an act making an appropriation for the pay of members of the Convention and granting tiiem the franking privilege. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re- presentatives of the Republic of Texas in Congress assembled That the act to which this is a supplement and this act shall take effect from and after its passage. JOHN M. LEWIS Speaker of the House of Representatives. K. L. ANDERSON President of the Senate. Approved June 27 1S45. ANSON JONES. JOINT RESOLUTION To establish a Mail Route between Galveston and New Orleans. Section 1. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Re- presentatives of the Jlepublic of Texas in Congress asscmblcdf That the Secretary of State be and he is hereby authorized to contract with any Texian vessel plying between the above named ports for carrying the public mail; Provided the com- pensation for said contract shall not exceed one half the amount of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 July 1845

I .'! TEto&K&xm&&&ii Wegistr; jfiy 17 tmx. i$ r Ift PROCEEDINGS OP THE CONVEN- TION j i Cprrespondcncc of ike Register. City of Austin July 6 1845. pear Siiyr A majority of the delegates elect to the Convention being in the city as early Tis the 3d an informal meeting was held at the Capitol over which Gen. Thos; J. Rusk presided. A committee of fifteen was ap- pointed to draft an ordinance expressive of the consent of' the. people of Texas to the terms conditions and guarantees contained in the Joint Resolution submitted to the existing Go- vernment and people by the President of the United States. The following named gentle- men composed said committee : Messrs.Lipscomb Moore Caldwell Everts Love Van Zaiult Henderson Cazneau Evans Runnels Hemphill Lewis Baylor .uavis end &myth. The meeting adjourned to 8 o'clock A. M. 4th of July. At a meeting of the committee "held at night a number of speeches were made a variety of opinions advanced; learned disqui- siti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 July 1845

"A '"- ? '"Sr "V" S Jul 17 T;E.XjL& N AT I ON AIi jR-Bfyl STERj LATEJfROM EUROPJS.: The Caledonian Capt. Lott arrived at Boston at one o'clock Thursday afternoon. She left Liverpool on the 4th inst. and brings London and Liverpool papers to that date. The abdication of Don Carlos in favor of his son i the most suiting event in continent al news which has transpired since the sail- ing of the Cambria. The German papers state that preparations arc making at Coburg for the reception of Queen Victoria who will visit that place and the court of Berlin iu the course of the sum- mer. The Russian government is about to autho rise the sale of Circassian children principly tor purposes of prostitution to the Turks. There seems at present some perhaps not a remote prospect that the long talked of junction between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans may be carried on. IRELAND. The Tara Demonstration. The repeal meetiug at Tara respecting which considera- ble preparations had been made for tome ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 July 1845

f ? "S v - 56 TEXk S A T I O N AlL REG IWR4. r--i July: 17 V 'fjfc Three Hwrtretf Dollars Reward I WILL give Thre Hundred Dollars for every American woman or child that is now in the liana of the Indians that are hostile to Texas if deli vered at Forts Townson Wasliala Gibson or Smith or at Independence Missouri. Among others of mv friends that are among them is Synthy Ann Parker my niece about 16 or 17 years old fair skin blue or gray eyes and fair hair. She was taken from Tex- as W183G by the Comanche Indians. I will pay $500 for her delivery to the commanding officers of ither of the above named Garrisons or to Maj. Cummins Westport Jackson county Missouri. I do humbly implore the aid of all traders who trade with those Indians as well as all Idian agents to try and have her released as well as all other pris- oners as they have friends equally dear to them as mine is to me. In addition to the above reward your names will stand recorded in indelible letters written on the memory ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 July 1845

? - t - ' " ij i 4" x " ' " "jhV-." cj "o j-i r71iT7Ti x 1. T f J Is$V wyy miiM w v 4 r - - V" mw neMK-4 .i a '... tA ! ae-. Ai qv-raM wwtr .. Aft: " '' V1"- "- !r"ln w - '. " - r NATIONAL. EGISTE1IG VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 21 1815. n'W' V ft. j -w IHHBIssssESIHI. ' & NO. 33T TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED O.N THURSDAYS BY MILLiSK & CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. I'EUMS. Subscription. Fic dollars per annum ; three do. Iara for six months ami two dollars for ihree months. Advertising Fur cact square of 100 words or un- der first insertion one dolhr. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. A deduction o( fifty per cent will be made upon yearly adverjisemems with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for office ten dollars Postmasters Shciitfs and Clerks of Courts arc apeciallv authorized to piccure subscriptions and ad- vertisements and collrciand remit the money therefor. An allowance of ion prr cent upon ail sums be- tween tw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 July 1845

OhWT Sf" W " " a&js.s wiJP"OJi3 J tts&gi inx? V -- -j" f f s ? y. j-'V 9t y s1 iSt 258 T e x a ajfcASMJJ&Ai? AEmT e r. &i "7-srv 24 -"" iV. :fc."fV kwv ; . V 4S M" yffi h -9? 1 Iri day ! Now dees it not seem hard that in a country where the trees drop aromatic g"" and fragrant balsums and every ir is laden vith delicate perfume that the particular ar- ticle of general use in the sav age toilette should be such as only nn apothecary's ap- prentice could make lo?e in iht face oHCrc- sccnt.mmd the Cross. & Texas National register. hv.i s mijv gto .v. THURSDAY JULY 24 18J5. THE CONVENTION. x- We refer to Uio very interesting letters of our cor- !respondcnt for the proceedings of this body. It will 'be seen that the interest of the gentle sex are not for- goltea in affairs of State. It is proposed to secure their fortunes from the tyranny of the lords of the rrc ation. Our correspondent advocates their cause w iih warmth and eloquence. Our latest dates from Austin are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 July 1845

v i ZtlS SVTT 1" .W'.W -J? " s r S-& !' t i T EX A S Jf k TZ O N at RTBG 1 6 T E R i - jr" JT - gfL .rytrt-rT- --i.t .- - . r- ...y.. 'And whoever would arVatly attribute to any State ought to love such' men; for there never other causes the general enthtrfiatra flitch hailed the.passage of the annexation law would greatly err. The vertureof 'rite J; State appealed directly tothese recollections and the response .came from the great heart of the nation. No -selfish nor sordid -motive prompted the acceptance of the terms offered. The people rushed into the arms extended to embrace them with an uncalcnlating and an unreasoning confidence. They neither 'ques- tioned .the liberality of the terms nor can- vassed the. propriety of their acceptance. In the ardor of the moment Abolitionism the tariff1 the conditions and guarantees every thing but the rapid accomplishment of the great measure has been forgotten. The American feeling of the masses has been aroused and feeling has accompli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 July 1845

Sra V .-- v-ji -c (Jiy'j u mmM $Anwk:&&w && m ii Li 1 Vi srr' - .--.-i .. ..:. WAmiNOTO. jn.o. i00.. .. VAi H i''UJ .t. ' ill" . The.un4ersign:d committee appointed y Washington lawigeD. J$ be$uve to 4toxn tbetr sincere thank's fortie very able and dofveiit address delivered by you on the STaV-ulu in commemoration of thewiuiversn- iy of :6c Jolni the Evangelist and would most respectfully request a copy for publication. We are fraternally &c Geo. V. Crawford J. L. Farquiiak J. V. Mann. Washington Jan. 3d 1845. "To Messrs. Crawford Farqulmr and Maun : Gentlemen Your note of yesterday re- questing a copy of an address delivered by jnyself on the anuiversary of St John the .Evangelist for publication is before me. I herewith enclose and place the same at your disposal. Accept tuy thanks for the very flut- tering terms in which you have conveyed this request and believe me as ever Sincerely your friend and brother tt W- K. SCURRY. ADDRESS Delivered before the Masonic...

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