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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 5 January 1853

ft rv VOL. IV. CITY rr222iZZ2iS3K5EEEZSlHSSDE2E232 41 What' has become of the Donation? " - A few weeks ago a paragraph ap- peared in one of our Galveston papers. under the above caption enquiring what had become of the fifty leagues of University land" required to be act apart and appropriated for the estab- lishment and endowment of two col- leges or universities by the act of Jan. 26tii 1839. As we have seen no aii- wer.fo the enquiry from any of our co- temporaries wi subjoin an extract from I the last biennial report of Hon. Geo. W. Smyth late Commissioner of the General Land Office dated the 1st No- vember 1851: - The Uuiveisity Lands herein refer- red to aie a piiitof the fify U agues. required to be .-umyei? byihe. 4h sec- tion ofthenc ov" The 6th o January 1839; only 44 league: a .d 2 10?3fn9;5 j-quare aras ir l:9 102.icesol which have In en surv-yel. The Is: section or'tljoin reMilu .o.t app oved Feb. ll Jb-50 requin d ibe Co.mni.-ai n-ru. he General Land Office tn ha e 3 ...

Publication Title: South-Western American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 5 January 1853

P MrrritoaMrxMttjq 'ME S. f. AMERICAN. - JOHN S TORD. xniiou. AUSTIN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5 J 83. .ttF"Woare authorised to announce SAM- UEL C. TAYLOR as a candidate forSergeant-at-Aims in the House of Representatives to till the vacancy occasioned by the death of C. Polk I Pan-nt "Weight is. dead. Public Documents. We are indebt- ed to the kindness of General Houston for a copy of the United States Consti- tution as taken Trom the original in the State Department and certified to be correct by the Hon. James Buchanan Secretary of State during Mr. Poll'c's administration. Ve are also under obligations to Gen. Rusk for a copy of the message of J.851-'2.and accompanying documents. "Mn. G. W. Crawford of the State Gazette arrived last week and as.sum- pd the discharge of his editorial duties. Louisville Desiocrat. Any o( our friends wishing to subscribe for a demo: cratic paper of the progressive school would do well to give the Louisville Democrat a trial. "'Kentucky Senator. The questio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 5 January 1853

$ ty1 M. V: 'y r h L i I li f rs P. -w & Otto Roeder and Wilhelm Von Rosenburg otherwise called William Rosenberc-. both of thfe county of Fayette and John James of aan Automo aforesaid and Stephen Crosby of the county of Travis Commissioner of the General Land-office defendants to be and appear before the District Court of the second Judicial District next to be held at Austin in the said county of Travis on tne nrst Monday of March next 4. D. 1853 to answer unto Frederich Rocbr John W. Ubaghs and Mariah V. Set- tegast plaintiffs in their suit instituted against them the said defendants by peti- tion filed in the clerk's office of said court on the 29th day of December A. D. 1852 wherein it is in substance alleged : " That by virtue of a colonization contract made on the first day of September 1843 between Sam. Houston then President ot the Re- public of Texas in behalf of the said Re- public on the. first part and Henry F. Fisher.and Burchard Miller on the second part; and by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 5 January 1853

'It gJ-l-: agi?aj3Ui4-fgejsai7v--s'''i ra uaozarg: m ?- -? v !! 'J. H. 1LLIES & CO. Importing and Shipping Merchants aug29 u . Strand oatves-ion. hugh McQueen i - ATTORNEY AT LAW aug20 Galveston Texas. 3. (D. CD- f. Milam !""wSi ! r.nnr.r. N'n. T. I. O. . Or'F. meets every Tuesday evening at .o'clock. Ojjicers. T-.-DeCordova N. G-; Geo. S. Df.at? VJG.;'IL Haykie Treas.; John Buan doVj Sec'y. PETER McGREAL " ATTOUNEY AT Li AW Brazoria Texas. 1 1 J. Ii. MORRIS Manufacturer of Stoves. Pumps Cop- -"-' m- j ci-- t. txr .v perit mi ann oneci j.iun n ure - .'.anil Dealer in Gallery Hard- x ' ioareti Furniture Carpel- v '' ijn&and Wood Ware? tt'-nlMAW STREET IIOUSTON. TEXAS. X20:lv -" rnra painsiTiErr'S hottse. .BY! MKS.j SMITH' WIDOW OF THE LATE J. S ' .0. SMITH - Corner of Main and Preston sis. oppo Mile. the. Pcsl-office Houston. Per.montli with Lodging Per month without Lodging PerTSay; (no40) &1G 00 14 00 1 00 ! . INSURANCE. w .have an open policy to cover an conigp- ' ment...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 7 January 1853

CJX-Swg. & i as&asu- . .' z M..JL1. 131.11 I r M IP' m IP or.r.ietfti.. "A"1- -'" ' AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 7 1S53." -"-. . r ' - . " ' - i 4 J ..--- -n -o co Democratic Meethjg; The'State Ga- zette'piililished a call for a meeting of Ihe democracy to come off on the 8th inst in accordance with the suggestions of the central committee. Delegates wijl be appointed to represent Travis county .in the approaching Democratic eCouyentioh. There willbe an express- 3 ' ion of 'choice of nominees for Governor ' ieutr. Governor and Representative 0 ;;'to Congress Ifrom the Western District . ofithis State. It-ishoped a full meet- t ing will be had in which the friends of A .the various gentlemen spoken-of in re- ; Iference to those offices will present "their claims fully and fairly so that 1 there 'may be no future misunderstand- Sag; or'counter meetings for the benefit of-any hnrly. leJLthgjdem6crats aH attend"" express" theh; preferences and s stands by the men of their choo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 7 January 1853

&- J- ti5-iH1-c' ? v j -tr. J-3 f' . "v i i 3 J i Which was lawfuland to which' we are indebted for the finest pages of our modern history I My reign does not date fromJLSlo ; it dates from the 'moment you commu- nicated to me the suffrages of the na- tion. Accept therefore my acknwledg- ments M. les Deputies for the eclat you have given to the manifestation of the national wuiin making it more ev ident by your vernfying the vote and more imposing by your declaration. I think you also M. les Senateurs - for having been the first to congratulate . meas you were also the first to embody the popular wish. Assist me all to establish in this i land harrassed by so many revolutions - a stable government whose basis shall be religion justiceprobityand the love . of the less fortunate classes. And here receive the oaththat I will - spare no exertions to assure the pros- perity .of our country ; and that while maintaining peace I will yield in no point which concerns the honor and the di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 12 January 1853

31 VOL. IV. .CITY TO THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS. ADDRESS OF REV. W. P. SMITH M. D. AGENT OF THE TEXAS MONUMENTAL COMMITTEE. IJellow Citizens. The year Eigh- teen hundred and thirty-five will long Jang' be remembered as a momentous sra in the history of Texas. The Anglo-Saxon inhabitants of this land ofpromise having been invited by the Mexican government to this their adopted country under the guarantees of civil and political liberty as set forth in the constitution of 1S24; and though their numbers did not extend some 20 or 25 thousand scattered over a large Area of country tliey by one united ac tion of prowess and economy had van- quished the savage foes and converted the rude wilderness into fruitful fields. While consoling themselves with the pleasing reflection of enjoying their humble homes in tranquility ; be- hold ! the. Tyrant Santa Ana at the" head of Eight millions of the motley in- habitants of Mexico havicg prostrated the Republican constitution of '24 and in his own dominio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 12 January 1853

L?2fCayja-fTT3aTftVjjst THE S. W. 1IERI01N. JOHN S. FORD EDITOR. AUSTIN WEDNESDAY JAN. 12 1853. Governor's Mes-sage. At 11 o'clock to-day the members of the Senate pro ceeded to the House of Represent t-ivesj and the message of the Governor was read to tho two Houses by Col. ' Ben F. Hill chief clerk of the House. Death. A gentleman named P. O. "Trawick died very suddenly at the Or- ' leans House on Tuesday evening. A post mortem examination was had and .the. physicians pronounced the cause of 'death congestion. x """ " " " " " " " voStagd Accident. On the morning of the 11th inst. when the San Anlonio atage was about six miles beyond Man- chac Springs one of the horses became entangled in the gearing. Allen the driver dismounted and adjusted the difficulty ; though still retaining the lines in his hands. The hoiscs started dragging him down and brusied him considerably. The passengers Major jVood of the U. S. Army and l he Rev. :Charles Rotlenstein were at this time asleep. The Mj....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 12 January 1853

"a ' . A' P ray1. souls before a respectable system can be completed and the course of our proud and gallant young ship of State will nnt only be upward and onward but auspicious winds will in ffood time waft hf-r safely to port without the use ol ciuddinsr saiN or skv sp.mwm Munuing sail --T -'- vt L'iNDS ON THE TP)V XiJiOiV IN' nhLT. C UTY. r o?LE l?54 aCres "' !l"! Parf of tne . i-.u.u. riaii-jj iraci u ihu acres on t the I.-011 near loit Gutes. Applv tn j . 27:2" J. DE CORDOVA. ifESTE N BUTTE it. LHS. Wester. Butter jusl leceivpd and for sale cheaper than anv in tiie Come an! I.uv e.ir-V or it will be too 280 market -late. iU. MORRISON Pr ran st. Jan. 12. 27 Next door to Tin Shrp. GO HEN CHEESE. ft Qjuntitv oi tirst I. Gn!i"ii Cheese for . i i i cn la i ED. MORRISON Ptcan st. Next door to Tin Shop. Jan. 12. "-27 ON HAZD - GOOD assortment of iron and-steel chain "" . pumps castings &c. ALSO Piiirie Goshen butter and cheese; soda and butler crackers: dried apples peaches "and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 12 January 1853

uraaccaTaijarjiy'jay'WaaTri'3-.'ii J. II. 1LLIES & CO. Importing anil Shipping Merchants aug20 Stra d Galveston. huge McQueen ATTORN UV AT LAW ug20 Galveston Texas. !Sg!s8ls53' f. Milam SrSsSsSS Lodck No. 23 I. 0. O. F. meets every Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. Officers. P. DeCordova N. G.; Geo. S. Dkats V. G.; II. Hatsie Tieas.; John Biian don Sec'y. " PETER McGREAL ATTORXKV AT LAW Brazoria Texas. J. R. MORRIS Manufacturer of Stoves. Pumps Cop- B per Tin and Sheet Iron Ware ; I and Dealer in Cutlery Hard- ware Furniture Carpet- ing (Mid Wood Ware MAIN STREET HOUSTON. TF.XAS. . 20:ly ! THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE. BY MRS. SMITH WIDOW OF THE LATE J. K. O. SMITH Corner of Main and Preston sis. oppo- site the Post-office Houston. - Rates of Board Per month with Lodging $16 00 Per month without Lodging 1 4- 00 Per day " - 1 00 (no40) ' INSURANCE. . WE have an open policy lo cover all consign- ments to us of Produce etc either for sale here or for rcMiipmaut atd valuations are in full prop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 26 January 1853

s J3tmotratit'U'c"ri)spo3i!f MlcnotA to Agriculture JJcros politics; nub ; Steran Interests. 5TM. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26 1853. NO; 31; r ..-j el. T.n. ft...ftfV.i"'-h r. m:iltnnr'111cre fn ihi ma ! nio ngno Wlr tn qiiMi a nlane '. it would' SRfiin to rftasnns whiftli illflllpprl' tllfm f'n.tnfen so TiV.HA TTIR 77V TTTP. .97? IV A 77 V.. 14 u Cnrresnnnrltmrj' nftke Texas Bevuhlican: h : Austin TEXAB:J?r.17l:te53. MWItiugfierySEsq. -DSmAfter a 'fatlguirit trip fJfcfehVdaj's. I arrived at this 'city on life morning of the 10th. instSriti lam fjfiftified.td say thafin ever ficighbot- hSbd! through which 1 passed5 I found' iidice;and!plenty prevailing. -The'crops ffiv$ been abundant from the Louisiana; lfne-'tb'Austin. Corn can;Bphouht oh! afnypartof the route atfrgm25'tof40 cents per bushel arid pork" at five" cents '-fwf'ponnd in most neighborhoods tfcfefegK'which Ii passed. I'fonnd upon my -arrival ' at this place a degree of tKjrift-find prosperity'' fully mee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 26 January 1853

py.vxrvznzvtAzyxzLizjjtaxizraBi&irapnrzxfntuimei'Xz l" r Here the speaker compared certain sections iM .the UoKstituUou with ibe proposed amendraepls?j v- g' eSl'onMfedtKlSM SS W-' iwvi ... .um4i: io. JK 11 llussresolulion was lr.troduccdsbv a friendfuf education Jit 'seems! thatfhe must nave misconceived hi? object jflor it-net onlvSeavesla widp discussion in the. Legislature but it also deprives it of the power to establish ahd support freeschools byytaxalion upon property. I use the wordifrcc because that i$ the Janguage of the Constitution : awl 'it was" confemplrited bythe framers of that i&fratnent'that free publicshduls sfibuld 6e established and "supported Uirdughbut'tKPgtate arTdbTdireet tax- atiou upon property; Herespeaker referred to second sec- tioa;.;arc!ei.10th of the Constitution.' NovXu'ould;askidoe3 riot the first secjipn of lii'suresoluiion strike a vital Wow to?-the policy heretofore .enter.- taiunlof 'establishing and! supporting schools by direct taxati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 26 January 1853

s&gs & fc"MIT' -A f .. SirMhe argTimcinluvas then forcibly Dressed udoii us that jrreat miustice had ! n&eri'rdone bv the Auditor in the report. siij - t . 11 inaru cases were urousniL lorwaru. iinu ' 'i- . a . .great einquence displayed in auvocaung their claims vIt was urged and adrait- ed that the 'Auditors instead of ascer- 'taining the-yalue of each claim by ex- .amination of the facts connected with eachhad adopted a general average of "value for different classes of the debt tand had thus violated the intphtion of tbe.law. This could not be denied; nor could it be dented that injustice had Jbeen done in some instances-; yet. what could the Legislature do? Were we ttoi organize; ourselves into a board p investigation qn Qvcrj'.claim? It would Have occupied us probnbly several years!. Were we to delay postpone and effectually bar the settlement of xthe :deb't -with a large majority of our creditors who'were satisfied on account of the minor injury done to a few whil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 26 January 1853

Wtaw.JTK 1 H ;y w lt li AM. p?- "5 i. ft- .? KgV ?I2?" X. jtjgraftjj&t t MZSa i JaA -i-L GUSTAVUS KIRCHBERG Blacksmith and Wagon Maker Congress Avenue Austin Texas HAS on hand a fine lot of material in his ' line of business. Ho imanufactures the. celebrated Illinois ploughs known asiMays patent whiclijare of a very superior .quality. . . For tie purpose of making- these ploughs;- he has: engaged the jseryir.es 'of a first rate mer chanic "who "has Ioni' followed the business aailivhose work'wtU be warranted. GnnsmitKing will as heretofore; be neatly aiul-promptly executed: :laii. 12 1853 " . 26:tf f-LEONARD SCOTT & CO'S ' LIST OF J" brum PERIODICAL rUBtlClTIOSS. '" Delivcred'in all the principal Cities in the .a .. ' United States j-heeofpostaue; and forward L J ed;by mail under the. provisions of the late Jrost-Urace.lawat merely nominal rates. r-rv- . ..; v4 .1 T.. f.nn711 ijtmir 7?iiit.ji Pnn.HMfnt!fA 'h :mMrZhRe. m:r ' tin i :- .3; T& iy-ortA British Review YFreejCh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 29 January 1853

ajss r-gaom.i ii -pndi ttt 5uMcmocronr cmscPi) AgnraUur mm politics mtb ejan. JTntcccstr ... &vsr AS. m& UHitSol-. -.wi - t. . tt . i.i. . ii.rMn.tr.-.-... i.. ... ...- t . .i. . ..... . ..... -;. - -- .... -...... j r i ; -rr .:; - ...'.i : - 1 J -. --irt ' - t -... T ' MA mi MnMriafrlrrrn-rrTalTin-- - i- - - - v -; r u - - - -r" ' .- ..sil li SWWm l&canpln iriaairfbVt' -tfilVHfc' my" Jl CU.3 m 1o V? ! fc tP tneaiaajtf tf'tW'qfiaP :dea with acW passed in fyorS msnrl836?in -theWaPbrtexdn; "best 'eVrdeavorVtcr defeat it fflyahct ...... .. .--.l . .---. ...... ...... . . .... . nciiV'iHiyjiSL-rUL!y?li-d:l -' . -- -- - .- v-.'.-.- ivw .z-w' nwr im- nynrrwrnT Tinn imnrnirnir in wnu Awuuiu.ULiiHr.wiiw . iiK'rrnwintrfDi ?vft-rt) --. ..o.t-'.vyi. .r -jr Q.y iv t ?:'-'.?..' i 16. o?r.B. 3tfSslvy!ssi in ignorance. receiviHcanemcauon n '.a- linSWa .--.-- -- - "." .-- v.. -!." ;"- ' . - tflouceMout.colony-dcntty.aMo.; cnwunjr vua me remarks" rnetraepian iimrilam trm'cfllnmR itrtimv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 29 January 1853

" -'?5 r.- - lT-r "'"aB xaaw-J-M-'----.. - J . J A T 'Sjf ! t Vif. t:- ;?PrcwntaliyesA horn some of. the large 'ooantiesinfrtFerciico tO'smaller.wics. ! -Tim Jt- jB.-. . - T? - . . iK-aCTfc i - '"'to.iwailbJup ihesaallconUPsiH.thc jbwji.-. r. -? Ti'-j v t t -.. .- large -ones.- 11 fcyouj-maicej. UHeroKee j and Angelina a representatLve District you then Embrace' miotic disfrict au-ex- . tent ol 1 ewnory U not less than one .- undreilgand4;foity.miIcs Jongxou - -make aperteet shoe-stiing. district and require one representative to represent .sections of country between which there' isaio identity of interest whateycr.J jd.rii6t'anterid to reflect upon the com1 "is. one.thing certaiu.tliRy have.cxercik-. " SSk1 6i9rI?var - JJast s:sion the ircntlcman from Fort Benu(yhoawas then on the Committee .. oi.Ap loruouraeni anavnorriiaupens not. to be.uow oaAhat Committee; and . uqt.iijb-niajseat. managed. to jretrep- . . resentative. for his county but now the. Besvfromhlm. Cberoteefby lnut'"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 29 January 1853

- I ea 'Hi &. '5 7 I 3V -j J .pHV-?irtf: - r.ib.jujury done) by'daclariiu: that tapott:tbbbe an ingenious .' tissue of vace HUdeasoas.. .w suaii asK we next Mrisltar io expunge "tnatr Report a5"iWeaskMr; I?residehtiWas ipisclis- .MTBishednndividual .honest ia-his de- is alarationthat the Joint Committee of 4 we legislature declared that the Peters' JjCeiapany liad.abcndantly fulfilled their re :. ntraots : Jit-so he" is. not capable' ol "lMMRrlhe Jadffc of the '9th-Judicial rt)lciJ'ifbr-i;that -report -sajsj&svcftt $fSlffif5:Thelcohitteeepoftedii6afit ' i.w.wMrer.ur uu-.uie .cuuiracig:llRU 'ueeu: .wntiru;4iiiM wiaiiiis uuu.viunvtww. !ifitp - -i - - .- t --- ? - r : . ------: ; - rjisu.ifi Mniiertremaiurtiie.repwriui Ifea-'Jaint.Cnnumtree. hn did fhllv undr- .! rahhoT wiIf4Jr aadfcnow- liy;tL1EiUK'r?inff!Uhfciseaoid As iB-difo him tfrom bpiirtgr. of . ic tmmk jcarrect inietwc h waaf a rfsrfeon;iveditladbrotiirht Maemm&Lvt' - m IT1j . '-To " .- v 5V -' --. -fT. Taerwnlitar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 29 January 1853

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 2 February 1853

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 2 February 1853

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Publication Title: South-Western American
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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