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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 22 April 1848

Messrs JgditojiSi-pHisLViUG? iustseen a, corninicatibniiriyoiii pappr of tJjes8ttif A nrtYM&nctfA Oiffzefl?' m -which W writer thinks Droncrto state.-that I Iiavfe- beeu misinforme'dElativaio .the removal or the famijies frqnfCapTfjaighsmitli's station. (SJittttsays in tjie close ofliis commnni- catiori, i;I have given this explanation, hop-ing-'apTMcCulIocIi when properly in- forraedj:wiJl jlo Capt. Highsmitli ana ins compauy the justice due them' ASj1- Tecei veo the information from a sojf&ejwl'iidi I was acquainted with, and Captain Highsmith Having written to me abouFtjie samb nme'that his 'Interpreter, John. Conner, had just returned from high up the Colorado, and snjd;thatthe Coman- ches had gone, north, nud" believed, from thejk.niovemenfsj. in tended hostilities in tha spring thdjiigiit thejepoTt true, and not knowingj anything "about the situation of CapU'Hritatiandid not know but what prudence had dictated such a" course, and regarded -iLis a matter of regret as it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 22 April 1848

' K&&&' A -Sas.-isa&l- . Distinguished Men AjlwaIts Hard- Workers When we read the lives of distinguished men in any department', we find them almost always celebrated Tor the amount of labor they could perform. l)e mosthenes, Julius Cesar, Henry the Fourth of France, Lord Bacon, Sir Isaac Newton, Franklin, Washington, Napoleon, differ- ent as they were in their intellectual and moral qualities, were all renowned as hard workers. We read how many days they could support the fatigues of a march ; how early they rose ; how late they watched ; how many hours they spent in the field, in the cabiuet, in the court ; how many se- cretaries they kept employed ; in short, how hard thev worked. The Sabbath. Among theacts.of the Maryland Legislature, is one to prevent the selling of. intoxicating drinks on the Sab- bhth, virtually shutting up all taverns on lhatday. The law takes effect on the first of June. Eppes has had his preliminnry examina- tion, and his trial was lo have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 June 1848

A ?" ( "-KT?BW?OW5fW WWjtft ' r 'i . t r 9 m .:? irfR a . m . " a if t fc?3 a '- VJ ' ' TS'rn li.ij -r., '.-,; . l . f ' ". - 'r "i '. il rr AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1848. NUMBEK'3.3. ' :' ' V)LME IH. ! f 9fn( ririt AAA-' A- fr ' fty (I lw& Sp . 9i c-rP h H mi j ffs I c3 fci Fj 3 r-4 IM k H is E Srt k4 . - - IMr & mmP ! ( TEE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. i PUBLISHED BY CKNICAN, MINER & CUMMINGS, SEMIWEEKLY DURING THE SESSION OP THE rnisr-ATORE, AND WEEKLY THE KE- I MAINDER OF THE YEAR. t 31113.3120, ScascRirnoNs for ono year, $4 00 2 50 , do. tor six montns, : Clubs will be furnished with - rsix'copies one year for : : r,. v rViMi-B nf the oaoer 10'cenls $20 03 TJU subscriptions are positively required to be - K'ipaidin advance. 4p"" ADVERTISING. ,&- Ono square (10 lines or less) first insertion, $1 00 f Every subsequent publication, 50 cents. ' I" A'dterlisementsofjjnorertfan asquaiein the same fproportion. "ft " A "liberal deduction wiirbc allowed to those who adverlUe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 June 1848

rm.ii i , n,...-Jju!-.?lf iV.t.-SIBtg -j. t -ii- r-i ?".? . T& THE TEXAS DBHOORAT. CITY OF JIUSTTIY SATURDAY, JUNE JO, 1848. 7 " ' CCWfi are "indebted to Hon. T. J. Rusk for public docurpents of interest. QlJ The new mnif, arrangement in akes it necessnry-thnt we should change the day" of publishing our pnppr. Hereafter we will publish on Tuesdays instead of Saturdays. The Season. &,c. There will probably be larger crops of corn made in this "section of thestate the.present'season than was ever -before known within the recollection of thp"old- est'inhnbitant." The season has been very ; propitious the fains most timely. " Within the past week we have had a cpnatant succes- sion of showers one, (r two, of which would pass for small editionsof "NoajjJs floodi!!! On Wednesday afternoon, -beTween' the' hours of two and fourVcInck, the river rose at least I0feet tlfe suddenness of the rise caused T8ome damage to the ferries, and a floating mil) hfihrnging to Dr. Jlowe, jtfev? mil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 June 1848

--3. T"' --'-' ' tiops inland; I have not, iherefofeftxpec- ted you -to do more, with the naval -forces under ygur command, than to give prolec " ' " J-a-aF-c I tion to the fl6einiuhabitants and, acting F on' the'pnnciple of March Sth, waving ail. belfigerenightagninst Yucatan as a part -j a ratification of the treaty by the Mexican I of the French Repblicaus and Commun- of Mexico, our nemy, permit munitions of j Congress, is not as flattering as it appeared jstSj u,0 jeft either fair nor foul means war to enter ner ports, ir you are smiaucu iney are io De usea ior me uwu .--. whites" .ntrninsr. the sa.va.orp enemV- It Will be judicious to strengthen your forces at El Carmen ; and, In addition to those already sentby you to Lagnna, it would appear to me: to be "proper to send the entire detach- ment of marines now at Alvarado, with in- structi -us to repeal the Indians if they ap proached that point; but there is not suffi- cient force, nor have you the necessary eqnipment to justif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 June 1848

"w. y"r-miu'T.-g .'j, mil ,-.'u.-T.; Allusiojnt has been jiadr recent- ly to a projected plan of forming a separate republican government out of several of the northern provinces ot Mexico. We havebeen aware forsome time that a scheme of that; sort was in agitation. If we are not mistaken, the leader of the movement has already-been selected, in a very distin- guished citizen of Texas. A proposition wasi made several years ago, by sundry Mexicans of eminence in Tumaulipas, New Le'bn and Coahuila, to join destinies with. Texas. The dependence of these Statesupon the Central Government is lit- tle more than nominal at best. They have always been loosely held by the federal compact. The parties who propose, as soon as this war is over, to head a rebellion in the north, have convinced themselves that they would meet with cooperation from many of the native citizens, who are weary of the insecurity of Mexican rule. In case they should be "disappointed in this expec- tation, their plans e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 20 June 1848

5JBPr" 1" " l A IF f i v- ,r 11 8 fcte.v. ? f'rvtr, -, : -1 j , U g St. . JZ& :: i ... JT MftVkua: i'Jt-gjjjJjjajgassr f' v. TSP II 1& !? ife "V f. I YQum m. :; THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED BY CROWCAN, MINR & CUMM1NGS, SEMI-WEEKLY DURING THE SESSION OF THE Legislature, and weekly tue RE- MAINDER. OF THE YEAR. S3ecription3 for one year, : : do. for six months, -: GludS will be furnished with six copies ono year for : : Single Copies of the paper lO'cents $4 00 2 50 $20 03 UU Jill subscriptions are positively requirtdlo be paid ith .advance. ADVERTISING. Ono sqnnre (10 lines or less) first insertion, $1 00 Every subsequent publication, 50 cents. Adie,rliscmentsof more than a squaiein the same proportion. "A'liberal deduction will be allowed to those who advertisejig, ihe vt or six months. -nfeCash will always be required in advance for advertising. "G" All letters on business with the office must be TOST .PAID. 'One hundred words may be considered -aMon-sliluling a square...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 20 June 1848

t . I. J3E 'V III I I i lliiillli'l l8BMKPg'.Hl TnE TEXAS DEMOCRAT.. CITY OF AUSTIN'. TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 184S. To Correspondents. The communica- tion of " Equal Rights" is in type, but una voidably deferred, for want at room. I To nfcVof our correspondents, who have sent us legal udverlisements from a distance, we would say look at our terms, which are very explicit. When our terms are complied j with, their ' communications" shall have siderattnn. 7a The proceedings of the Baltimote Con- vention, which we publish to day, necessarily crowd out other matter. Those proceedings, however, will be read with interest. The Treaty. Now that it is reduced to a certainty, that the treaty submitted to the Mexican Congress has been latified and be- come a law, it may be well to inquire what will be its probable effect upon the public mind in Mexico? Will it conciliate :nd har- mnuize the factious spirit of that uatio. . and puvc-atlie way lor inendiy relations uetw. t lrti4jstgon;rT;Iric3 ? Will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 20 June 1848

i sL. mwwj-u'i.'WuE iT'H1 his country, and neither morally nor phys ically, by "word or deedj have given "aid and comfort to the enemy." Resolved, That we would be rejoiced at the assurance of a peace with Mexico, founded on the just principles oi indemnity for the past, and security for the future ; "but. that while the ratification of the liberal treaty offered to Mexico remaius in doubt, it is- the duty of the country to sustain the ..administration in every measure necessary rto provide for the vigorous prosecution of the wa should that treaty be rejected. Resolved, That the oflicers and soldiers who have carried the anus of their country into Mexico, have crowned it with iinper- ishable.glory. Their unconquerable cour- age,:their daring enterprise, their unfalter- ing perse verance and fortitude when as- sayed on all sides by innumerable foes, and that more formidable enemy the diseases of the climate exalt their devoted patriots ism into the highest heroism, and give them-a-ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 20 June 1848

apagMMtesae.- -J" f? , s: TIIE-KNICKERBOCKER . "We extract the following notice of the Knickerbocker for J.he" month of May, from- the Boston Post : Our plcl friend turns out a very nice num- ber for the merry month of May The prose-articles are various and interesting the editor'3 table is absolutely loaded. Some of-the poetry (a strange fact in maga- zine history) is worth both Teading and quoting. In a word., the .Knickerbocker grows- no weaker with age. The paper called "The Spirit's Mirage" is a very curious and clever production on the instru- ments, attributes and human representatives and publishments of Satan. It is highly imaginative in character and is well carried out. The following paragraph will give our readers some idea of the article : "But nothing could interest n spectator more than the satanic wardrobe. Among an innumerable variety of his guises which garnished the walls ot the repositoiy, were those of a 'gentleman sharper,' an 'erudite free-thinker,' 'a polishe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 19 July 1848

-& V- - s c' " I L t. - - V ' Hibfe o. ygHB- TEIAS DEMOGMT. JOS ' PUBLISHED BY GRQNLCAN, MINER & CUMMlNGS, SEMI-WEEKLY, DUUING THE SESSiuw u xnr. t Trmsi.ATURE, AND WEEKI.X THE RE- ''jV V MAINDER OP THE 1'EAR. -bli:.iT 2iBiaMsa SScriptions for one year, -VJlfad. ' ' fr sit months, Gr.tJ3Si will be furnished willi $4 00 2 50 $20 03 six, conies one year lor . ' SiNGts Copies of the paper 10 cents JETjflTsubscriplions are positivelv reguiYWo be paiStofADVANCE fcM ADVERTISING.. 'Onesqd'arc (JO Hues or less) first insertion, $1,00 "Every subYequent p-ibliration, 50 cents. Advertisements of more than a.squaiein the same proportion. ..., t . ., i.- A liberal deduction win oe uj.uwcu iu w " .rtiril.-o lt rho uarorsix month?, ""-"'"' v -".-'. . ...j- j vJ "h'r CaJi will .always oc i.e.quircun auva..l-u.i.many omer admirable resolutions, auopteu on business with the office must be spidered as con sSSRscasfrS J. a" Truehart, San Antonio. Brazoria Co. A.-Underwood, Columma. Burlcfon Co....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 19 July 1848

fee -v. - VtV f.-" X ' T A. s. ss. v - ,vsvv L fc. , ; , , ,,.,. - Xni- f i --"--: tJc3gu-flUL.e imiLiyjuiid !ggg r nr. n -.j. .. i . i , . , so experienced Jisyour Excellency should be the one who obtains the command, the which he expressly confirms. a The first desire that his Excellency has is that you address the enemy's General, exacting from him, by decorous means, the liberty of the President General-in-chief, orJat-Ieastj-dnrinsr the time this point can be regulated, the consideration due to his htgh.tiignity and,toa person so distinguished j in the annals ot American rasiory, ana jor whosepfeservation the entire nation is interested by gratitude, and because he is chief of it. " His Excellency the President pro tern- counts upon your Excellency'stw-eczwo- all his efforts tosavelhe remainder of theanny, by concentrating it, so as to render it more respectable, niacins: it i" a convenient place for receiviug provisions, for which the most efficacious measures are adopted. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 19 July 1848

9 & - - V - -" '" "-" ujneasg iLl'j'r IT.' TffiE TEXAS, DEM PC RAT. " " CITY OJF JIUSTIJm. ' WEDNESDAY, JUJ.Y 19, 184S. Democratic jonsltaations. A FOK PRESIDENT, GJN. LEWIS CASS. F-OR VICE-PRESIDENT GEN.-WILLIAM O. BUTLER. .- y i r" ELECTORS FOR TEXAS, j.' B. MILLER, ; For the Stale at T.G. BROOCKS, larSe W. C. YOUNG, for Eastern District. M. A. DOOLEY, for Western " Q We commence this week the publica- tion of Hon, D. S. Kaufman's Speech, deliv- ered in the House of Representatives, June 5th, 1848, but which we find too lengthy for our apace, and will be concluded in our next. We consider this speech most timely, as "nail- ting to the counter" the oft-repealed slander, that the country embraced between the Nue- (Rees and Rio Grande, is not an integral portion '"of our territory, and was so considered by our citizens previous to the war between the U. "SfaTesQd Mexico. The vindication of the war, as welWs.our rights, is most triumphant, and we comraentKksJo every one tinctured ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 19 July 1848

-Jpr a TALL OAKS FROM LITTLE ACORNS GROW. -AbouL eighty years ago there lived in Eno"land-a man whose name was George Guelph, better known in history as George the Third, King of Great Britain. He was a tolerahie kind of man in point of abilities not In fact, a bad meaning person. He would have made a better farmer, grocer or tradesman, than King:. But he was born in the '-divine rights of Kings." He was a descendant of William, the conqueror of England William Duke of Normandy, a bustard son his mother being a tanner's daughter in Normandy who surrendered her charms to William's father, outside the bans of the church. William the First was aibrave man. He crossed the channel with his retainers, and on the field of Hastings defeated the Saxons, killed Harold, their Kins, and took possession of England. There is a little town called Kew, in Surrey, England, and George the Third, after he had been but a few years on the throne, bethought lie would like to build a palace in this town o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 16 August 1848

&$S- K ft -J & T5 -" I If I '! tlllf.KI n ll k s yOLTBIEffl. THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. ', PUBLISHED BY cSoNICAN, MINER & CUM MINGS, EMr-EEKLY DURING THE SESSION OF THE L'KfflSLATURE, AND WEEKLY THE RE- ' MAINDER OF THE YEAR. ?S5n8CRirTiOHB for one year, : . do. for six months, : Clubs will be furnished with aix copiesoneyearfor z Sivni fnuiva nfthfl naDGr 10CeiitS $4 00 2 50 $20 03 tiZrAUsubtcriplions are positively required to be paid fa advance. ADVERTISING. Ona square (10 lines orlcss) first insertion, $1 00 Every subsequent publication, 50 cents. AdierlisemenUof more thanasquaieia the same proportion. m . AltberaJ "deduction will be allowed to inoBe who adTerfiio by the year or six .months, The.Cash willalways be lequircd in advance for advertising. jJ3-AlUettor on business with the office must toe POST PAID. fOne hundred words may bo considered as con- stituting a square. ' AGENTS FOR THE DEMOCRAT. BastropCo. Bastrop, James-Nicholson. Bexar Co. J. A. Trueharl, San Antonio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 16 August 1848

A - - Nw FRANCE! 1IRELAND-THE POLICY OP THE j Lamartine and Oavaignac A late 1 IRISH LEADERS. leller from Mr. George Sumner, of Boston, The Dublin Nation of the lOlh, contains who has been a Ion? time in Paris, enjoy- a very interesting report of the Mass Meet-' ingau intimate intercourse with Lamartine ! Jg of lhe lrish Confederation, on the 6th. and other leading men, is published m the 1 the course of the evening. Mr. Meagher HostouDaiiy Advertiser. Hespeaks-ofthe; appeared and made an address of gieat result of the insurrection as the triumph of power and eloquence, in which lie cxplain-order.- '-The enemies of the Republic' he . ed the P0,lc3r adopted by himself and col- says, "have received a most triumphant de-! Ungues, in relation to the transpo.taiion of feat. The republic may well be proud in i Mitchell. We make the following extract : its woe. for ft has secured the triumph of' "Citizens of Dublin, Since we last as- eivilization' He thus refers lo Lamartine: J sembled m t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 16 August 1848

fllTTlHSlBMO'CRAT. v CI-TY OF J1USTJJV. Wednesday, august ig, is48. Democratic flfoiuinatiosis. V FOR PRESIDENT, :gen. lewis cass. -JfvoIr vice-president, GEN. WILLTAM 0. BUTLER. ELECTORS FOR TEXAS, J TB" KILLER. ) For the State at T."d BROOCKS, lare. W. C. YOUNG, for Eastern District. JIM DOOLEY, for Western " SWe publish on the first page of to-day's paper, a communication from our esteemed fellow-citizen Co1.:Horato Grooms. It is -scarcely in accordance with usage and party tactics to make statements ob- noxious to the claims of favorite men or candidates ; but our molto is fat justitia mat calumlel justice be done if tbeieavens fall! Our cause does not re- quire the aid-of misrepresentation or falsehood to in- sure its"succea. Col. Grooms, who by the bye, is a staunch Democrat as he says, "dyed in the wool," docs not wish to prejudice the claims of Gen. Butler; for herdaeuiut believe that the General ever prepa- gated.theory in relation to the "burning of the barn,' btrt he make...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 16 August 1848

-vJJ UTi a .. - LIFE. v This life, what is it"? say t A peevish April day, A little sun, a little rain, ,And then night sweeps along the plain, -3R, Andall things fade away. LOST TIME, j J threw n bauble to the ea, ' Abillow caught it hastily; "Another billow quickly came Successively the prize to claim ; y Prom wave to wave, unchecked, it passed, Till tossed upon the strand at last. Thu's slide unto the unknown shore, , Those golden moments we deplore; .Those moments which, not thrown away, Might win an everlasting day. From the N. 1'- Spirit of the Thrug DUCKS IN SUMMER. 6- Tenn. May, 15, lS4S:y: yr Dear "Spirit" There is no-doubt al45f?&V & ; being true : and its a good one, if IP ""' ' its hit oh the right way of telling it Aaron was a tall strapping fellow, seventeen. Yon never saw a more sus tible youth. Beina good looking, the i were as easily smitten with him. T used to flock out to the country on Fri. iveninosand stav until Monday mornii Malk (ff a coll.? Theie's no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 30 August 1848

:-.- 'b cJrluA' j'rtyuwhij fa . k c y - . - ,.,. , ft m r h i a a g a. a i bvsi sra gy ek m m m m m m b eh a ' -'- -?. u' u w h waw y n . -7s- a a hi '&vi a a , a a h a s a . (&., i.,aiy , y -r,-- ." ,!):,'"' . if lit -450LME III. '.TEE TEXAS DEMOCRAT.- PUBLISHED T3Y - CRONICAN, MINER & CUMM1NGS, SEMI-WEEKLY Dlir.ING THE SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE, AND WEEKLY TUE KE- '7 ' ' MAINDER. OP THE YEAR. SoasCRirnoNS for ono year, : do. for six months, : Clubs will bo furnished with -'ix copies one year for : $4 00 2 50 $20 05 SiNOLKfCoMEs orthe paper 10 cents , O" J 11 subscriptions are tositivelt required lo be paid in advance. AT5VJ3R.TISIXG. Ono square (10 lines or Ices) Grst insertion, 1 00 .Every subsequent publication, 50 cents. Advertisements of more than a&quaiein the same proportion. A liberal deduction will be allowed to those who in advance focJ IT Allletlera on business with the omce musi oe rosT PAID. One hundred words may be considered as con- stituting a squar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 30 August 1848

-1' Ifr J, 3 "iW . -V ?" Correspondence of 'the Delia..' Ou Monday last I arrived iuHhis beauti- ful, but, -alas ! "beggarly city: and but for the unrivalted scenery which festoons and gaxlands7ts crescent-shaped bay, and for the remaining magnificence of its public buildings true specimens of ornamental architecture I should scarcely recognize it as the .gaj dashing Dublin of oven fif teen years ago ! Among all the changes, However, I still found unchanged, that pro- verbially warm spirit of friendship and cor- dial hospitality of its people ; whenever they are permitted to exhibit the one, or have the means left to extend the other. One, used to the bustling energy, the active .enterprise, and restless, individual and geu- eral'ex'ertion, which pervade o:ir American cities, and characterize their people, can imagine no state of things which would account for the listless.com.nprcial languor, the utter absence of all evidences of mer- cantile activity, and the entire prostration of...

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