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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 July 1845

w i-- -:ei5r. rat wrv$- 3S"-i'V'.-.T "r &' r f aly 24 s T. m&&$&Q&MiK&6WfKttT - ' S"jr-iv-" r &-'? ' - 3r i i b in -"r ir- -ru ..--yvy iM V jjg&jjitf' rgtyf.g!govyi'- B BBK MEBCU I II has not impaired tl trenglH of its principle; ianovalion has not defaced the beautj of the original. The shafts of persecution which have from time to time been hurled at it hare fallen harmless to the ground and the empires in which it was cradled have been wrapped in the silence of the tomb while it stands like the bright genius of immortality robed in h:- bilamcuts of imperishable lustre. It stands firm as the pyramids of everlasting granite unscathed by the lapse of ages and unshaken lir the convulsions of the mural world. May onry still bland and beautiful walks likea lovely spirit o'er the land the stay othe widow the solace of the orphan a beacon of joy to the distressed and of hope the dis- consolate of every land. To. -you then are confided its principles by fai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 July 1845

r- ... sagi- ;i h ' 7 J - ?r J I.J-'-4J - . iftSBSfi IM V ';' 1'. 1 i. r-X -- w? - S6 v..? n July 24 4- -- j -k p ioii produced jreuieorgif iuejfu inte poeer.fw mmW .hT i T7; ' derful buIL The brain itself' mar he' remot ed may be cut airaydowxi to the corpus fUs fof without destroying 'life. The.anriinial lives and performs all those functions which are necessary to simple vitality Ulbut has no longer a mind ; it cannot think or feel; it re-s quires that the food should be pushed into the stomach; once there it is digested and the animal will thrive and grow fat. We infer therefore that the part of the brain called the conmltions is simply intended for the exer- cise of the intellectual faculties whether of the low degree called instinct or of that exalt- ed kind bestowed on man the gift of reason. her' liberties ;hnv.e been great and triumphant wtgan on the JJind. Mcjalwof tbe trfeuto torlheJ caues?f .popular jojerumenv which; will cinina.ine aamirnxion or tne-woriu. JPromrthe'dat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 July 1845

kV"-' wrv 5' '-St-wV-1 ii-4.T'J'?vVM 'j-. n JSf vy j - . ' Itly i I! &&&$ 1? JgE I.OJJ A I mBI S3U$Bl 4" Vivi r--r ? not be compelled to do so but shall pay an equivalent for personal service. 19th Perpetuitifes of monopolies are contrary to1 the genius of a free govern- ment and shall never be allowed ; nor shall the law of primogeniture or entailments- ever be in force in this State v 20th. The citizens shall- have the right in a peaceable manner to assemble togeth- er for their common good; and to npply tc those invested with the powers of govern- ment for redress ot grievances or other proper purposes by petition address or remonstrance. 2 1 st. No power of suspending laws in1 this State shall" be exercised except by the General Assembly or its authority. 22nd. To guard against transgressions of the high powers herein delegated we declare that every thing in this "Bill of Rights" is excepted out of the general pow- ers of government and shall forever re- main inviola...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 July 1845

.5 -JT TifJ 5' "BM - ?Si -r jO j. t m . & ? TBOEUiW WAWl d HM.T K 6 EBOTST if YVtf jHly'54 ''I I hi o. ;-? y j!S?!f i .J"" UMrtite loUtonutfT eli. SnnH.if Pendenc Mi-ouri. Auou other of my my mew bout 16 or 17 years old fair .kin blue or PV W nd fair ltir SM5' tak" from TeJt- SiU r .. by th' 0Hneli Indipns. I will py fauu tor her deliyerjr to tbe commanding officew.of eitner or the above named Garrisons or to Mij. cummins Westpprt Jackson county Missouri. Ho humbly implore the' aid of all trader who trado with those Indians as well as all Idiari agents o try and hav Jier released as well as all other pns. onera as they have friends equally dear to them as mine is tome. In addition to the above reward your names will stand recdrded in indelible letters written n the memory of every tfexitn while there it a green iefon the tablets of their recollection. My residence jsatPaiker's Mill Montgomery county lexasandlcan be addressed at Crurk!L Hnncion county Texas. Any information ielal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 31 July 1845

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 31 July 1845

'HSH'iTMWratV' ".". 5iau rJr -? Si3 wr1 " v . Tf "-TV sr 1 t JMy" :a . s9vfef -M J .b'i 3 v.f-:.i& .rasi-K:jiriW:af n syfei - . . "rP VW 5 F" V'- ' Wit hi Mi. . t.'Tv -- . fJ. . . K. t. 1 B f r X- IS I " 4eMteat is well ctkulHI Ho wake dp; an4 laMuTgfceUttga of regard uptke -h of his associates. . He has tenred We goveriir aentfatiufily. c endeavored:; promote her interests to the full etet fw mes ; but tb"Vrrndiihe.fCrtt Britain can Jftl raeet.the coibcu inceS of tle popl ot ..- n.vnTdKn ITdr.BU w- ....j".- r.. ffi ij'fDC Ss iWetiHM kVown thatlne P '?. ?-. ' tx tiwWf Text wou W bt enabled to pre.ertt tuw cKMwteagreent WW 3 coBscqtieni an- 11 K$m&& .TEXAS JNATIONAL HBGlSXJR ened'UittfMiijtfnwhb' -iritfottufefed tlirfm. t e V w.f s jr r.vc ro v. THURSDAY JULY 3K 1845. 'shall ndtifce tbiir brQV!sTbnsheraft?r whH m.ftrepiiriiculrilfity:.1". "' '' ' ' ' "CT We..cnnnot sajrim' muchhawevefjfor mi 2. me tn tliis days paper;yill b;a found art article copied from the New Yorli Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 31 July 1845

f -tBf ' WGf 1 0 m mt ??' 1 fj . v mare iittg; s&ggffisg wmsmmmP mmmtm?: rrs seen. The tiffhtof Uammdt Trin ;.UMDltiqrit-a3fpetday.W gfr J W flOTrro:raiaird Mncliiiimi 49mWPFm&' KmWnlWc " Uoi; . . wouldlbe sufficient tofwkttf fliirhttk i". . . ''&&&Vm "r?r: &&fr for Gandai but tirfflifeut . thei.conjwit: Be il Jtaown-rThat the.Gewral Connes i. a If. " ' r . t ' - i" ; -.' ' . W-' . -L il ' ! ' . . J . .. t 1' '. M-k flif .1 V.T .!Mi I v -. e ?-i -:r.T -;i' -i!: . t" r.. ' . nninn . r . v Xixpenacc oi legislative ieHruucni ajtnji ..' i i a Air J mantled never alone ..j-egimeut of Mexican cavalry. 44 The presence of this .regiment pon ur frontier will ensure protection and peace to. inose wnn nave so long tiienae went teivM gainst uoiiuftiexicans anq inaianSiV v r The regiment will be detained hi crossing tbe Brazos some two or three days.; they will require about 300 bushels Of epirn and at leastioOOO pounds qf hay dr fodder per"day; good market will also"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 31 July 1845

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 31 July 1845

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 31 July 1845

". Stt&ijTL . 3fW'S v; fTi ' fc "StV . "y" "iJsW.i sgr jW' &? f 'f 5& 'ssim - jifi.. Kfr r& &; fc ir? re '( y r ?' it. 2 V tr Uli..:i ""m .f '.-" il..ila'A'i.- "" MW IMUiH .wiriniiMi nig wo cresuien.is. message o me- vumun- following commiinication from the At aj.-sS5: w.-. i.-.-.J-.-:i..s-W J -!; : -. - -i ? - -i vlt-.t Vi.Avj; i't -yi-jrUv; j i5 !& iL;.' -i. . paocBBiuii.' we HU5.UU rium uuiioui neriius- n u me ionowmg ieuer wmcu i "?flrddeisscd to tKi8Wpirtroeiit .; rt 'i !' ir; ir .&.- J. ...k 'fc..iaiVw' AW;ikni:..b:i-'viVu.-sfe om n IIVI wiw niliu w IUIII.IIVI UI IU BUll- liwo IICTDI UCCII IIUUIIIUCUi LfCIICTIll" llll -II" The toraeV is. published for thei-uid.imVe of JW District Aiiuiunyty-jnepnaiciing fuus. ugKiu&i. uciiii- quenureceiving ngents; for the' recoverjrof public.raoney which. Hiey may have received and failed to paybver. Those officers wjll discover that the Attorney General conceives it to be their duty to prosecute all riffenccs ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 31 July 1845

S. Wf . TV . . . JJS J-lytl 9 m ... .-"! :. - igeMiiMMtiirjffliiT ? 4" Ji. -1 - UV ' ' t J '-. .. . . afcisSwrfMiaiSliiJiSMKSJ3SfiMiSMwBBBBKfiSi i I H w r :jiirf?s-ii is-5i4rsw.iJH'i 3 .i'Ti'p?rTK&?-i.V'is:fttrjf .7 -rT"vr j? Jib!s'ii(vjtjiijyi . t sbh. -i.frvin ' i - Ttsr-wm . ... w j a i ii t j z. iu iv f ') t-' v w ..vc - t n-r Ji.ar" a. aBBa '- r i t - - snwvwiiiu n.ac-n ujiwibv: ;vaMCB;iir'iafcLri.Ti1mBuin tvr.. -"4&mj''' tfWif4btf VLf- 'l i f.Vitfff-i!vV j' vrtu. M-fe v eimasv "i? iwwi'' jwra - " H j"!'? ) 'L 'J.t 'V -Jfl I mmMveniT wan'iaK; count of4lM mrietiW to tteir atmosphere and because the iitptrofkotfc (fifbt and heat 4iraiBuhri as Pie aquafo of the difcance in crwasee TJie appearance ofhe tun isthat of an intensely bri1Kaait baHVlfar loodazzlin mii me npiMu;vrcucrjc AiilS if sjm IB 'W T" dently strong that the mostVivHd flitmr whjeh. .human art can produce wften held' before the -sun disappear; and Intensely ignited solids become dark spots on thesolar. disc w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 31 July 1845

!V"?S'ft v' - . '- ' &. ' My IK P nv - .$ rFyxf sJmir-t- . -. ' .'TitTri LKH''-i'-ss):.v f.yr.i v w. . " "iV-p 't'iff-tfjL -1i-? yYC-Cf TL'J'T'!' ." . iK L.L. .BB TKU. KBTr.BiB. ' 7 -V lLl SBV !.BVrr7V .B w Jti . . . 'lutU v -- .Tl 1TL HI . . T . ra & y I&W V . V i I ? ra H li x It ria5j1 irij. . .IftU ' " 9 " v fell Jkvrjr-c shfcdsi -wb ' siys? tit ipag fi r. 3 r! xSTv h 3aivlv if -MT- & HI ! t . aBaBaMBaaGaEBlBHSSiuaSiiSfHISS.. aaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaavaiBSaaaa?Ria?i&3 VasaBHajBSajBaaaie'GSjBalKBiQavaaaaERKa' WASHEN)NJiitte7?tH 3845. WE the undersignel do agren to run a Race; boa mihv.arid repeal over the" Washington Coarse ob the: last Thursday in November v next for 500 entrance in pood prppnrtj at appraised' vaiue wun tBeicaoneica iree iprany none mare or gelding now in Texas. ThK parly entring" naming the horse at the limb of entrance flalf forfeit. Entries can be made up 'the 1st of' November at which time they will be closed. - " ' P. G. Watson enters his g....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 7 August 1845

J;E '-; wmwwx -.if'" '. V- - ?. ." .2 . j.i - --.- 'A9 'tf&?r" "T V- mIH. -; ?.W."tar..- . i i X VSi'tf? '"8?" T rJtffe-S'(fr. t- iS.;iSa '-r - janwr. J'ii v. .' .4ALi &'79k'A . - .- -s " -r & Sm. i j . -A ? m - V x NATIONALi REGISTER. hi!? fj VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY. AUGUST 7f 1845. NO. 35 ' 3 sr f r'aPMfflfc" :Htssiaffsssr T VBlBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKBaaaaaaaaaaaaiBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaA S . - J """Kas'SHEr IHA - ?A VVTSr asiirwv 'THEBJiSHiBHAIPHIEKV 3.'l.j ..SSe'SaS - . - l M-V1 Tf n..il.iT'TTr--W rasssTi"rTr"ass 'V.am ---- --- - . 8 pqCTtfHIA HOSTlgjfsliABNITffgPy m .: if 1 - TEXAS - NATIONAL KEG1STEU PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS CY MILLBR&CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. lEKAI.". u .. . M .'Subscription. Fhc. uollurfc per anaum; three dol. "iirslTor "six months and iwo dollars for ihrec months. Advertising. For eae squariyjf 100 words or un- der first insertion one dolhr. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. "? A deduction of fifty per cent will be made upon yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 7 August 1845

Tii J& i ft 4 E"? - T " r-r ji j' t I? -1 4 l! Ii ?4 TEXAS NATIONAL AGISTER. to swijy g t .v. 4&' THURSDAY AUGUST 7 .1845. v J i ' cli- r M . 0&i.t'i& 9to ViS ?? ST TJtir( Letters; tKbeen reeeiyeftt.inf twn from Gen. Sam Houston as late .as the 4th July He had but just then heard of his election to the convention ; and did not think it fmicticn. ble for him to reach Austin before the .proba- ble adjournment of that botjy. ' ; We understand that a gentleman in every way competent to the task and who will have free access to the records of the Government has it in contemplation to compile and publish a documentary history of the aitnexdtion qucs- iibn in Tcxasi from the battle of Sun Jacinto down to the present time. We desire to see this task faithfully accomplished as it will effectually settle beyond cavil the interesting fact of who have and who have not among our most prominent men been the true and efficient friends of the great measure. The Secretary of War and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 7 August 1845

V nZ- ' v- t t&: .jf x BSfe-y pS? KTt . f v ---' HI C7 4 jj? - August 7 HE&&& NATIONAL REGISTER 275 w - . A -m ras. St. 0 i :- vention the copy of whiclwa3furnishcd ut by a friend at Austin. As tley have not been printed by the Convention andras they con? tain matter ofinieres.t to the public we have" procured copies of the whole series from the State Department nud shall i:scrt them as early as practicable. We give to-dly the President's letter to the Convention anduhe Secretary-of Stale's instructions to the Hon Ashbcl Smith dircctinir his return home. We published' last weektenefthe docuij be celetJr.Ued between the. Trounger and the mntsWmitted by thePr&i ?" f rermii raeio renew ineassurunce or aisun guisheconsideraiion wit h'; which I have the honor-to remain V ' t v cry respecuuuy -tc- . Your obedient servant. EBEN'R ALLEN Attorney Qtoh. and Act. Sec.of Stale Hon'. Ashbel Smith '&c &c. PRESIDEINT'S LETTER TO THE CONVENTION. Executive Department ) Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 7 August 1845

vr'; '"IP WOrt i ??- - " "is sail r-S ' ' 9 rve . T j -" "" ?s pv-y i fr- 176 "- t!i Awiir ..- 58i"; ifta iv. ". " E3 IAlS IV l-jt rl U a"vr r PROCEEDINGS OF THE CdNVEN-. . . . 3TION.' vH - Citt pp Austin Jttl;P8 TiM Caavenliou has had Uw report of the committees upn the differeur departments uder consideration. The reports were first acted upon in committee of the whole ; then with suck auienduieuts.ua were there udnpted the came before the Housed Three of them are on their third readtug the Bill of Rights the Executive aud legislative Departments The report of the Judiciary Committee is now being considered. The clause divesting ministers of the Gos- pel of the right to a seat in the Legislature excited warm deb iting. The seat of government will remain at Aus tie until the year 1S50. The General Laud Office will not piobably he divided; the expenses trouble aud uncer- tainty which would intend the experiment would greatly counterbalance the advantages that might by a possibihy ac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 7 August 1845

3 v - h v I X $7 r fr M 4 a Life .a1 L K !' wenmiot a amu ot jwosl ' eAruordi eftshis decision woutd;oe asjoftei Kwtwm frv i s it j'Vt -. . V tivilJ unary firm- IleilJii atccnr- tfance with the wlNiuId rtM uHiU iirlv. fa iu unison with his own couyjctiousi "" Let it be taken for grauumftmi5te neoDle will always select the. must 8uublVprou8lo; nu mis very- responsible fetation: Let us sup- pose a wealth influential odivTduuii who is the steady friend the zealous advocate of the judicial incumbent institutes Wit atustru poor man who opposed his election velieinelit- ly perhaps bitterly. Could ili.tt ufhredide llint case impartially "without leiir favui'or affection!" Could he divest himself of nil feeling and prejudice . Would uui-the pari- ties come ltitu court upiii inure equal terms if the judge dotal eiitirely independent ol both? Would justice be meted out to the poor mnu Let the "Siiuaii pure1' democrats who advo- cate this monstrous doctrine answer. Will the moat linnet and cap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 7 August 1845

ISv il w?a- a Mp-fft t"' psr c . 5"K t :3 fv jjjr-Tf? ry v t r 4 p. vl e ' 5f- . ? r. tf r? K- js . t78 jr. i A' 'be following lettcr.k Jhun a gealleman Jtow at Washington hy woo fro3Msn residence in thitpublic i vWHiiiinted wilh its histery aid the principle ami services. of our public men. rThe facts antt'wriiiinents which he so. well and so justly expresses will meet with a cordial response from a' large ma- jority of our citizens and can becondemned by none but those who love sedition "and live in the atmosphere of faction. WASHINGTON CITY July 6tli 1845. To the Editor of the Galveston Civilian t The newspapers have doudbless informed you of the'quick passage and safe arrival of the Princeton. My own knowledge of the condition of public sentiment at home (in Texas) led me to anticipate that the proposi- tion of the United States-would be unanimous- ly accepted. I found no one hero to coincide in this opinion yet events have borne out tnv judgement I know that many of the best an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 7 August 1845

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Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 7 August 1845

-n I 45 ' r 7?W ' y'y r i i w i L ) 1 P I if r -i inyuu. 'mmrmmr - s v SS-Si- -w. - i HalBaB-BMsTviBB-. ' ' BBBWfaTaSSr BaBBSBJBJBJBJBBi t? 7SMB&--. -. f"tepwSVSM?"SPJS?5 $ Washinton June 7tK 1845. WE the undersigned do agree to run a llace; one '..atile and repeat ever the Washington Coarse on the last Thursday in November next for f 500 entrance in good pioptrty at iippraised value with a ketch on each free for auyliorsc mare or gelding now in Texas. The party entring. naming the horse al the limn of entrance. Half forfeit Entries can be made up the 1st of November at which time they will bo closed. P. C. Wats enters his g. m. Parnlte. J. W.Mann enters J. F. Johnson's g. i. Autocrat. John F. Hay (MKinney & M inter') b. h. Btndigo. James Cox enters his if. h. Wild RIL Augustus Williams enters s. m. Mariah Jones. T. J. HEARD M. D. Surgeon and Physician Washington Texas. JAMES W. DALLAM Attorney at JLatv Matagorda Texas. April 1845. Iyrl9 GEO. WM. BROWN Attorney at JLaw tsoiu...

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