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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 April 1838

C fill ? i W AGENTS f OK THE TELEGRAPH. In the United States Edwaud Hall, Ne Orleans. J.S.Kelly k Co., Booksellers, Mobile' Ala. Jn Texas Baili, Gvr & Hoiet, Washington. Col. Gr,o. W. Por, Columbia. Tiieodori Bij,- tiirrT, Brazoria. W. W. SuEfAltn, Montgomery, Lake creek. 'Judge Usher, Texana. E: T. Bhancu Liberty, J. Uowe, San Ausrustine, D. C.Cua- MMiiiAii, Mina, Gen. .Douglass, Naoogduchci.i PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY. BY CEUGER & MOORE, PROPailETOKS. T-lJliMS: Subscription, fne dollars n kji, paynblein advance Advertising, one dollar a square fortlic first insertion, anil fifty' cents Jur rach continuance: eigbtlines,or less, is cotuidi-red a square. Marriage anil obituarj noUces of more, than tliree lines each, cards or passengers. axd an- nouncements of candidates for politic jUffires, will be cliarscd at the common rates of ndvertuws.. ,. ftlSTB Ail advertisements 10 up paiu iur uiauiuutt- fjjmjjuniwi.'.wn'it ' z&w&aiwiwu!LhiJkja5E& mmmaammimmm jamL, i,jji li'j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 April 1838

&ir ;-Sr: ifcaaiSr? f " 77 !IA-1" ADJOURNED SESSION :M CONGRESS. RtPOKT OF TILE PltOCCEDIXOS or THE SENATE. A message vvat- rcccncd frunf tlio House of Itopi tatives, liy their Clerk, coiniminicatiug.il ' bilj; I'm r ; '.L.T !).... ..Initial, llrii.cn " It. llTn.Isrtfl Ills, nf tli T , Thit ."C0 copies of the fame ho printed. i called for tlloAyes'aud Noes. Those who I HorsTojr, Tix-oDay, April 2 lth, '1838. r '-The Senate mot pursuant to adjournment ihc Presi dent in the Chair, i'r.u or by tlio Chaplain, arcscn- rcp.iir- ifr'thc" President's house," whichJiad pisiclf the House. 'Mr. Evcritt, irom the committee on 1'oicign Relations, returned the President's message and iiccompnnviiig do- .cunientsvviihojt arcpjrl; and.on motion of Mr. Everitt, was- 'Ordered, Mr. Barton vote J in the athrai uivc 'were .eiTElS Messrs. Birnctt. Evcrit, Robertson, R-iscl, Somervell and Wilson 0. . NOES--Messrs. Burton, Dunn, Greer, Lester and Itains 5. f ' Mr. Russell from llic Select Committee, tn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 April 1838

Vs ' icayc the issuing of change hills, eiiher to corpora- Hfanocfp, Individuals, giving ,tlic proper sccuritj-. '"MrTllusk observed that he hoped the Secretary )fjthcTrciisury was not so wra'pt up in ideas of his "wrn'dlgnitj'i!is"to be above attending to the duties 'fiat congress might assign to him.. Wc were, all of uS',becomingflui((f too conscqucnlial in ourown eyes. It was, but the oilier day that the House was applicdjto, to authorize the gentleman at the Kcudiol thc-lrcasuryytq employ some one to sign Ills namc4 As to the labor of signiug the bills in question, the chief cleric, of the department would tio'thatj.nnd it would be but the work of a. day. It was high time to arrest, by legislation, the issuing of taesd'uills by irresponsible' persons, and to Dlacc themaKcr lrithc.Jiands of the Government, to 'whicli pecuniary, advantages would result.. A message was received from the Senate, by Mr. Gray,Mnfofming the House that hc Senate had passed a bill to encourage the rcaiin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 April 1838

FiGgSge? "-" pmcsev -aaae- ' y- 1 4 v 1 -Succession of Gcorffe B'SIcKiustry ON Monday theSOth day ol 31aj next, between the .ours of 10 o'clock A . j nuS 4 o'clock r . M. , at the court hou-e ..-.,'u. j. .. -r ii..,n.. n-nl he toM .it-Puiic .tfucfio", by s) nil . frtuc of n.decrec of the prob ite" court f Brazoria comity, vamUialr 6f aVindividual-ract of land M""1!," 'ccessioossitiatedou tliecas ride ofths bm Iternard nur, 1 . -.. . .i-.I . ... !. .e .'i;m',nUrtl,.rknd"if Gcoree Huff, null containing,!."! ncrc y. - ,? . i t. Ctl.nn uc uiu iituu ci wtuicc u, -- , --.". i ;,.,. ,-.lari.Ti.MaJble.bcinsoneoftliBcarliutai.UBe.iioU- ,.,onthatriver. Tvrmsol te-a credit ot bx monui ,,te.?nfe.,anSSi S ji.cy-1 Aiiuo-' ",i .-,;.. .. r- J iioiithat'river. Ttrnis iiMCejanugnnu-secnruj, " -c,-- -j ... ,i.,.-ninc. K -inrina rf ' rfVribalt CourVof Brazoria County. , ..tin nidttraetorUnd, upon the some terms as mentioned . iove.TheWcWr will thu. have, opportunity of pur . ladnctth wlfote.tracts. 1'"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1838

" T iMfi cm u 3 -I c published semi-weekly; by FOil THE TELEGRA??r. , r, , , la.the United -.StatesEDwiiii) 'lluAJKvfi- Orlean's. J.:S.vKix &o.; Bbdktelleri,. MobiliJ payable in advance Jtaeeruaig;- oiiBuoii.ir-.w square lur uk "" " "', "; .v . - -- .- ,aclifcontinuance: eistht kucf,-pr less, is considered ,a square. Marriage and obituarynotices of more than tlirce lines each, cardsol' passengers, ad .air- CimnwHili of'cunclitlatcs'fdr Dolitical offices, will ftia. i . .. j , . --'.".. N I. . -I..,.l .it ihi.rimmnti rlifps "nf. a(TvCtisln!.., All!..IvprtiicnieiittQbinaidforiiiailvance mgMMMeajaiIiit.JLiiJ'-tJ'-lti-''-'--''-v'u'-' L'p-' -' VOIiVMI.IVO.'.SS'W-HpliE NO. 127. W,E LABOR. FOR OTJR COUNiT.RY. 'BO!JS'JL.Oi, WEDNESDAY, MAX .2, JLS38;C ." CKUGER OS MOOKE, riluraiAfi l uita. TERMS : Subscription, live' dollars. avcar, S ' - : ,- Iii Tcias-BAitr, GAr.fcHbxEii airungton. Col. Geo. Vi Pors, CBlurabia:"TB"eopB-ilSa mTtt', Brazoria. W.'"W. Suk&rdV, 'Montgomery; X&ke' cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1838

k,Jt 1.11.1 HI !! ' "- MMJ.awWW ADJOURNED' SESSION 2d CONGRESS. .J" meet the existing liabilities of llio Government: and nas opposed to the specification of any fciv en. sum. s rn-roRT oi the trocedings or the iiocsL op EcraEstNTATHrKs. Jur. Jones of uniznna was opposed ,to any new isuc, , - , TTZ I which would only help to depreciate" tlio currency. He mi -rr i. ' i.i ,. " DA ' .P" T "' was willing to make the necessary appropriation to pav TOcHouse met pursuant to adjournment,aiid was to teUnc f " d fo opend with prajer from the Rev. Mr. Allen. tion could be met by the old notes as the v came back into xr. Jones of JBrazoria entered his protest arainst a bill ,, ,p . passed on the 25lh April, 1838, entitled an act to amend SlT,Jmitf'Am6n thought a new issue would be ne-an-actgranunglands-tothe.who wercjn the battle of cessSrVtomoctthc'8urront s ,)onscsof the Government. i??inJ and other battles, and requested that the h WM Jatc . '. l0 samFhqsproad upon the-journals ot tho House....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1838

& tfcj, I J O ' it still fcqurrcd lb him, was much fainter than I)C- forc. However, he the more thought it was His du- ty to urge it, and did so. rBut, the lady had no sucl) dread. She had come on purpose to brave it. In vain he spo'ke as loudly as he could, and rose up and Bcgan to drag his steps towards her, in vain he made signs to,hcr not to descend. , "Dearest Richard!" said ?hcyif you cannot help ine down, it is but an easy jumpi and do you think any thing will induce mc to go back? 1 am come to nurse you and make youhappy.;' "You will die," said the lover in a faint yoice,now' arrived within hearing, and still making agns of re- fusal. "Oh no, Heaven will bless us, cried she. I will jcot go'back; mark mc, I will not, indeed, I canned rnuch less now I have seen you, and in that' sick ,gow,n. YoU are unable therefore I come." s "WIth these wprd,shc made, the jump, and the next minute was supporting him in her arms. She put her arms around him, and took, his repelling liA-id...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1838

'a t K;Onmolionof Mr. Thornton, the House adjourn1- ed till 3o'cIock, nr m. 3 o'clock, p. 31. The house, met pursuant to adjournment Un motion ot air. ow sir. Rusk rose, ahd said he Was astonished at the 'Sect liunal fcelings'manifested'by some gentlemen on this sul ject. Our western frontier Jia e been .too long neglected. 1 no united a talcs had sot us an example, on tins sub' SUrilll iu aujuui mucin. . ---,.. .... r., - rift, the House proceeded to tho jeet, which we. could not do better thorn follw. Were wo SIcrk. Mr. Swift no ninatcd J. D. ? stand here, 'and talk of expense at a time like this? Some of our best and bravest men had freely poured out 'election of an Enrollintr Clerk, n.ti.An.n ITi. finIntf ntiminntorl if.- A irmWOrlh? and iiuvuuu. il. ...... .. -... ........ ...... ....-----, It-. ..-.. . . . .. .- . 'jtirJonbs of Brazbriti nominated John Green. JlctSrs.l lnoir diomi m, the, dclencc ot. those ltontiers, ana were y.'-and J. li. " lu mjucyi -ur inaian policy, saiu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 May 1838

i sra r i J& mi VUBClSlIKD'SEMIiWBKKLY, BY CB.TJGEU. & MOORE, PROPRIETORS. TERMS: Svbteriplion, Gie dollars nyear, payable la adrance. dcerfuiKt:, one IniW 11 , tquRre for the first insertion, anil fifty cents Tor ' rucQ continuance: eight liues, or less, is considered s. square. Marriage and obituary notices of nero than three lines each, cards of passengers, ami an- nouncements of candidates for political offices, will bf charged at the common rates of adiertisiur.. "' All advertisements to be paid for in advance- SJSaSJSJSJOJSJJSJSJSJMBSJSJSJSJBSJSanfWSM'lUMW'UPg FOR THE TEtEGUAWX. In lit Unitud States KuvtiRo' tllij'Xew Orleain, J. i. Kiixr k Co., CookreLleri, Mobile. 41a. In Texas Bi.r, Oat k ilcirf. Washington Col. Uko. W. I'd, Columbia. Theodosk Bus hltt, Brazoria. W. W. SitirAKD, Montgomery, Lake creok. 'Juds-e Cum, Texana. E. T. Baocu Liberty, J. Ku e, Sun Augustiue, D. C.Cb.n- mnouasi, Alma, Gen. Douglass, Naeogdochej'. AND TEXAS RE&ISTER. i,,!!!. jy.iaijtaMsii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 May 1838

J!S tR?k; ..,- Mfc'sT ' " 6SSjj-.l 5" - , - -." f"3rvt3Sjvw-yi- SB-sVSSJr i. 4- 55? ur ?5Sxr?S5" -- y yi t zs - L 3M ' T,''5 - TY I 1 1 -2d CONGRESS. ADJOURNED SESSION- KBPORT OFTUE PROCEEDINGS Or TIIC SEX4.TE. prcsentativcs that the Senate is now read to proceed to the proposed election to fill vacancies under the Land Law. I A committee from the House of Representatives, in- formed thc'Senate that the House was ready to proceed in the election. The Senate then proceeded to the Hall of the House of Representatives, and united with the House in joint session. t I he Senate, conducted by the President pro tem. were - Saturday, April aoih, ItfiS. The Senate met pursuant to adjournment the Presi- dent pro. tern., in the Chair. Praver by the Rev. Mr. Allen Caplainof the House of Representatives. Mr.' Everitt presented the memorial of John Wood ward1, of Now York, respecting his private claims in Tex- received into the House, and the purposes for which the t " t l ? " ... . T L If Altltf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 May 1838

V. 9 Mr. Joacs, of Austin, presented a petition from .AugustincTVIczolJ which was "referred to the com- mittee on Claims and Acotfnts. The bill to fix a standard of weights and meas- ures was1 read a third time and passed. The bill entitled an act to repeal an act therein named, was taken up. Mr. Rusk oifered a substitute for the bill. The ayes and noes -being called for, the vote stood as follows A'YESMessrs. -Speaker, Burlesdn, Douglass, - -Gant, Hill, Jones, of Austin, Pierpont, Power,Rusk, Row1elt, Sathct'ijtttd, Swift, and Walker 13. NQES-Messrs.Bakcr,,Branch,Billingsly,Bren-nan, Boyd, Griggsby, Hardiman, Jack, Linn, Men- ifee, McKHrfney, Fatten, Thorton, and Wyaft 15. Mr. Billingsly voted to strike out the words "first rf :Tnnp.11-lost. Mr. Jack offered a substitute to the whole bill their denunciations. thc seldom do harm. A scratched ing to save their cottntrv, jlismtst the nation bj their nose, swollen lips, or blacked eves lull often indicate the acrimonious squaumc.- ltum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 May 1838

SKX-1 osssssss' ,'qS F-J V IX our absenfco rWa tiie city jf Houston, "J.Tnple Notice.' -Doswell is appointed our agent for the purpose of "W" OST, a draft on the treasurer for two hundred and transacting ousincss for 'us. Any persons wishing to Jforty dollars, dated tiie 4th of Nov., No. 470, check I confide to us their land claims' for location, will hcivo All persons aHwarnod not to purchase the said draft; them strictly attended to by leaving thorn with our agent, and any person finding the same will please return it to who will at any time make outtho uoccssary papcru and the subscriber at Independence, in the county of Wash- rcoiDt for the claims. insrton, or to Major Brigham in this place. ... . - nrnrmti I rT 1-, nn iiw . rt- . j fir T.f HIT T liousion, ucc. xv, looi.-ivt-u v. r. muu. Houston, April, 7, 1838. WILLIAM S. FISHER. JOHN D. MORRIS. "JJ-tf. INFORMATION WANTED. ABOUT eighteen months ago, Mr. A. T. G iyje, of Virginia, ' Came to this country on the schooner Wit. Brya...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1838

PA 'A ... PUJJMSIIED SBMIfWEEKLY.BY AGJEftTS CRUGER. QJ .JTOOUEj proprietors. -TOB.,THB 'TIXEGRAPn. TERMS: Subscription, fie dollars a Tear, In tie Ifnitcd.aState Edwakb Hai. New Orlns. J. S..Kj.ij.t Co., BoelEeBeri, SUMe. Ala. V .. , 1 - " In Texas Bailt,'Gat i Roxzr. Washington Col. Geo". W. Foe, Columbia. Tiuodom Jtu 'VTT,-Bra7oria. W. V. ShktIxd, iMontgomerr, Lake .f reck. 'Judge tIsBi,'TLeiana. E. T. ,, BiLivciiLibertr, J.Rowc, San Auustine,'D..C.CK- mciiAM,.lliria, Gen. Douoliss, Naoosdoc!j4.p payable iu advance. Jldcerliimg, one .tliillarn.,. tuuire for the larst insertion anilj fiftj1-ceuts for each continuance": eight lines, or less, is coniidorcd lutiuuiirc. Marriace and obituary notices of more than three lmc each, cards ol na5sepr;crst axil an- uounci miiiitsof cjiidiil.ites for political olfireF, will A5D TEXAS' REGISTER. b-cbire4 s?at thccpmnionjatm of atltL-rtiiui 'J1 advertisements to be paid for in adv S- as , ' vfc advance i'tr 'mi mi 1 ,i--"im'-uwn-j)JiaiBaaA ..ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1838

fore the Goveriifficnt hai! fa right to- resetvd,Eiiia.landr; Men wera not lp be deprived of. their porscssionsbecauEe the Govcrnmenf might think them too valuablel 'iUri'Billinggly said therGbvcriiment had!, the .right 'to Teserve' mineral?, &c;.;and that if,Uiscuverra on patented Ik iJ l...a ll.an. JaIa' f ......a..... v...sl.. ...... ..1J....S ......l.... . laiiu, uii;i .u'1 ;ua,cj uuuvicsa iuiiiv- uau. uiuui, niuimu "taking away tlicjahd. .Miricnilsc, Sea shoud always l'e excepted In iiiture "ruiUs of lan.l. - -. '- '' On motion of Mr. Burleson, the House 'adiourned till 10 o'clock tormorrow rndrnihjT9,,c!ock. ' ' PROTEST Oflhe Honi Anson Jones (o; fan. ant loamenil;an act granting taiitls lo'.those'icko were in the batttc.of ' San Jticihl6s'aH other battles" ' i ..Nin obedience to what I consider myMuly.I tlirMti'nnr!lAn mtnwi'tlf'AAfl' in it Of f U t Cnr f lAtl of the h article of the , constitution', oT enters ing upon the journals of thu' -'house;- iny protest against me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1838

r V ir . t.- I.- t h fc IN. i . i'cg.ition. ti. .....i nn. I III tllltl Hl Finally, iii ihe same conference's of the in ana yen may. au uiiuurwiua uu ms iiuri. nnd in answer to the objections about the exaggera tion of some of the l1 reach chum-, had proposed to the Scnor Crtivaz in :i friendly manner and in con- s' iidencc to submit the amount of all claims to a mix(- ed committee a verbal proposition which in truth the Scnor Ouvaz appears to have new forgotten, but which he finds pointed out in writing"in the memorandum ofthcl3tli of April. It is then easy to conceive the impression highly disagreeable to the King's government, seeing' the sudden succes- sion to this apparent agrccame'nt and this" corres- pondence of line words with his legation and the Mexican Ministry, a communication such as that his Excellency dated Juno 27th a communication which a part of the moderation and courtesy of its expressions is nothing but ihe summary ,compIetcly and definitively confirmatory of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 May 1838

X Question. What is Tobacco? ' Answer. An ill-savourddjStinkingjnarcoticj'pois-onous weed. Q. Do-animals feed on this weed? A. An ill looking reptile called a Tobacco worm, a species of slinking goalnnd the noblest of &od's creatures, man, arc the only beings under the canopy of Heaven-that will touch,;or have any thing to do with it. Q. What ii chewing tobacco? A. It is to stuir the mouth of man with that which would make a Jog sqcnl and a dog vomit. it is to make a man an associate and boon companion of the tobacco worm. v i Q. What benefits arc to be derived from tob'ac- v COI ' ic A. It discolors and destroys the teoth", causes an unnatural and dilitcrous flow of saliva, produces dispcpy and all thccvil attendant upon indig'es- tion. . ' Q. Do gentlemen chew tobacco? -, t A. Mum. Q. What is a cigar? A. A cylindrical roll of polution formed to pro- trude from the frontal orifice of the heads of fools and dandies. x Q. What is smoking cigars? . A. It is that roll of uolution i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 May 1838

AV i - r 4 V"' & - -t-i . i ' x .- 1 '."''Vis, -V,-, - .PUBLISHED EMKWEKIABY' fcRlpER.' .MOOREjVrOPIUETORS. "V'WrBIIMS Subscription, five xloliars xa year, payable, in advance. lid ccrksing one dollar a 'squHreVjoVtlie iirst-insertion, and Jilty cents for -AGENTS !-t VnTt .THE " TELEGllAPH? k ii. o UnitiT Stafpt Edward HiuMfeir Orleans. JSSKioi.t &Co.,J5ooleJIers,'jMobile.j . i ". : .... in l exas BAii,r,.UATr4. iuxxt, j biu5"-ii Col. Geo, W. Poe, Columbia. vTjibodobe ,ilp ' nltt, Brazoria. WTVV.- SuErAXD, Montgomery,. , Lake erect. 'Judge Usiitn, Texana.i E. '. Branch Liberty, j.Rowe, San Augustine,-!). C.Cis- m.nohaii, Mina, Gen. Douglass, Nacogdoches. I eacn COUUIlUUUCU; Ulgm MUCH, ur iM, 13 tuuM"-'-" u square, t Marriage ami obitnaryiioticcsof mre thanthree lines each, cards of passengers, anil ap- nouncrmchtsof candidates far-political offires, will "b'ech'arsedi at ilie common ratesof advertising All iidTertisements to be paid for in advance-A XAS- REGISTER. lltV1 A;I-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 May 1838

"?&? 4 fostpened also the'blll'furllic benefit of J! tfalker and sBurton. ', , "' i . .. ? . 1 - bill to amend an act-incorporating a, National ' Bank, was laid on the table. " " , Tno resolotion allowing pay to Voluntcers,who served under Col. Douglass, read a 2d time, and ordered to be eDBiU,toiacorporate the city of Houston was laid on tho - -.Jaint resolution granting Lands to Emigrants who con- "uibuted to. the support of the War, was read a 2d time, iand referredto the committee on Public Lands. v The till to provide for Battling tho estates of deceased officers anf soldiers, read a second time, and ordered to i 'bo engrossed. . v , . , t The Senate informed the House that if4hero wasno ' business "before it requiring the prcsencef the Sonate "Jii.1b:... wnnM ariinurn till MondaV. ' -The'House adjourned till Monday morning. 9 o'clock. - fi V i Monday, May 7th. JThe House was opened witbjrojer from the Caplain. ' Mr. Jones presented a petiti' n from citizens of Co- -4 -Iumb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 May 1838

i a a. r ti.:..jo..i Frannn r-J.iiiued it until its cession of Loiiinnn.f to us in 1819. The Rio del Norto was as- serted as the true line as long as 1803. Our Commis- sioners'ulttavs insisted upon this line until 1819, as In-loiK-ih-nous". Here,' Sir. Preston read evidence of the fact referring to opinldns in favor of his argument, e.- preisodby,Afonrqe,Jefibfson,PiBckn8y, Adams and Clay. The principle argument against annexation was made by the abolitionists, and that, Mr. P. said, was enough to arouse the Southern delegation at once in favor or annex- in Texas to us. The number of slaves would not be in- creased. They Would only be spread over u wider sur- face. Tews, ho said, would dentin slavery whether joined to us or independent; and -slavery would picvail throughout all those regions upon which Texas had her eve fixed from the borders of, the United Slates to the shorts of the Pacific . We are curious to sec what efTeet the late news from .Houston will produce upon the delib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 May 1838

""W $" STEAMER. COSfiKEO. ... t TitlS'fastrunnlui:, light draught boa will make.threc trips per week between this,City aud Uulvestoh, at which place shu will always be ready to lueet the Co- umbia'uudrwillreturiiutiiuetosae passage nj u-r. .'""- cellent accommodation's Jaud superior tabic, 0Uersre.1t liuiuco ments ta passengers. .. .i,ro -'-' iv-Shf nr nnsWe ann v to the subscriber where ..Xtf. -l .1 ' J(). GEDUE, Aceut. nuriiiM iriiiv iik nriui cu. w - - . gjjttfl I march 21. llMtll with -' - iNOTlCE. . ' vhrDcnvs k.v;n ..nninris for lot atinjr lands JFVHensely'and Buchanan, will please forward their i.:c-. e -u;m i il, subscriber at 'lexana, and a receipt of the amount of their fee's paid into the hands of Mr. Wm. 'J'. Austin, iisq.. at ajrazuna. . ".", -' Esq.ouston.accompanj ing "101"frrre tnetn their locations. , ''""-:,v Texana,Jai,.26, 1838. Ul-lf J- BUCHANAN. ' CITY OF ARANSAS. OWING to' the rumours lately circulating in the country re- lative to the. incursion of the Mexica...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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