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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 14 August 1845

Vt. ..j-" Ci2 ;?vv ."' WTTj '-v.l rf V .3 J? .$ - i QBiTV-nr Tir f" & !rfP. 1 . V- -- H NATIOWAIi Vol. l" WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 14t 1845. 1VO. 36 ; . " y. " "C i m '-. " S fa ' J &Jr v "?- mmmmmmmmmmmarjT'ammrM MSaammE sammmWjnHPafft51matfJj'P-li- '-J " -' "ylrj. '-J""" . " '' ' " ' v MB(jBBPMBQfigV""M'''yjBFV mTnrlftw mmmmWamsBBrr1 ir'if?fii jjPS."- mBmrsmw i.'ij Wi la? "tMr 4. A mWlmmWml mmmm ': K"V ' 1 . . .7f- sli85K55 iwP imtMiilllimiin - 1 - - v-. Kf tfe B TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS DY MILLER & CUSHNEY puelic rnixTERS. lEitM.S. Subscription. -Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for six months and iwo dollars for three months. Advertishi": i'or eac'z square ol 100 words or un- der first insertion cue dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. A deduction of fifty per cent will be made upon yonrly advertisements with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. . Announcement of candidates for office ten dollars Postmaster...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 14 August 1845

t V;vw -x s 4- :- SwS.w f p Wj3.V3 i"r '".'. wr . -JK r?""i &'...' i J . - . . J . t"! -" i&i?4 t - " Tt- -. s59fc-''tpii r v t ' 13ft; VST-! P. i"4. " TEXAS NTIONAX REGISTER. August 14 2 ' f A- .i X hK tVj J rr'. iS; '-a- - o - 5 v" ! r J r V A j i 7 U j " TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. ir 8Mur tt to .v. "4 THURSDAY AUGUST 14 1845. -IT. xTke President accompanied by the Secre tary of State and Treasurer set out on Mon- day on a visit cf a fear days to the city of Aus tin. Seven companies of United States dragoons uuder the command of Col. D. E. Twiggs with their train of baggage and provision wag- ons arrived here about noon on Friday. They succeeded in passing the river the same day and encamped until Suuday morning in the subnrbs of town. On the afternoon of Saturday the officers in a body paid their respects to the President at his residence. The march from San Augustine to this place -was accomplished in a little more thuu ten days averaging nearly twenty miles per day. The a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 14 August 1845

w f t: fr v . j j; v-rr. --- t .t- i " 4-1. s f -Tf "t "5CT" Rr fr "W z V"- &t - -c 4 T W " i s I f Agstl4 V m w'j d w'i rrT n tvt a .t . i? n t t r p 383 ?' . 4 -.. riii " . - ; - -v ' -. k C I Fi V. A. K7 X X& 'A 'A r 1A JLf .. &? VH AM Ji -a--4 -v ? 'P;T - - .-JL- w .-?. f ft iliaa The heat lias been excessive throughout the United States. Numerous deaths are ascrib- ed to this cause. The drought has also been unprecedented in its duration and extent. From Virginia lo Mississippi the corn crop fin many sections has almost totally failed. In many places farmers have been compelled to go frojgforty to ninety mfes to mill. 5A The steamship Alabama from Aransas caineto anchor outside Galveston baron Wed- nesday cvenimr and remained! until Thurs- lay morning when she proceeded to rev Or- leans. The troops taken from New Orleans by the Alabama were landed on St. Joseph.s Island i here they remained when' she left. Gen. Vaylor had gone on a tour of inspection to Corpus Chris...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 14 August 1845

KW3a-i ?$ v W. -- "w.v .f--""' T .: e 'wflOWi?'' HMWW5&.S'y( -rfr . v ? " ' "vUfcfl .iSjb&?. . fcJF . (J- ' "T-s:w ' -i WWWnBIWWffr y A eww sw ..ww'& EW 9S LJLM-JL- JXfgJ ". ;' v$2ir-n -?Z Lt r 7ZZI-& &-. 4 . r r 5 fl .- 'w. i i'i Fti ' t - I MM f f S -s 1 I ."A S - - z- i mmmrn AwiSto ijsrw 2iiDM2iiv PROCEEDINGS OF ;THfi; qpN?ENr -.; . . ' Tl'IM t N wjWv: nil 'Dear SiVerj fcwf circpi&piceV that could excite intircst; ha?e tfripTrd ' since the' forwarding of the last communication. The '-labors of the delegates have been unre- mitting. Their-proceedings'nr ori cliurkc- ter calculated ta perplex audi wearj them- selves and if given to- your readers wou'.d be two duff and dry to insure the perming consisting' mostly of unimportant resolutions trivial amendments &c. &c. On the '29th -Air. Runnels offered a resolu- tion instructing the Committee on General Provisions to inquire into the expediency and propriety of incorporating into the Constitu- tion the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 14 August 1845

vV rrmp U J& J't f- f-W T7X j if ! " .V ' - 4. ;.- m IS. W&M .' ft In referring to rights of aliens w judicimry is authqriied by Gbpgtp-: lion to takecogiizancc of a.lfthosc(iirising between the citizens of different States arid' between citizensiiid aliens or foreigners.' By the judiciary act approved Septem- ber 24th L7S9 the circuit courts of the United States are'empowered to take ori- ginal cognizance concurrent wilh the courts of the several States of all suits of civil nature at common law or in eqni- tyL where the matter in dispute exceeds five hundred dollars and the Uuited States are plaintiffs or petitioners and an alien is a party ; or the suit is between -a citizen of the State where the suit is brought and the citizen of another State. As suits between aliens and citizens of other States and the citizens of Texas will involve all the controversies in rela- tion to lands which can arise on the rights of parties as now by law established and which are within the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 14 August 1845

s" " vr ;sl i . " - eiw'; 'Steivti .vjv ftr T . -&rPr i.- W. S ' V V'W" -3 J Til? '.TF.' HEV 5.n I is?' r . '. Ty f t r "39f I- I' ! ! 41 PV" -..- ' MhiMtl - ' K tftsMrer to be- i . sifeKyy4isi- u 7- -nrMui;i..L-r t.-i.i-'-'i n5REAT. FIRE N NEW YO UMJeff JU molt terrific fire occurred mthiscitv broke outMi mg about 3 cclock. It originated. Heye in a soap chandlery in New street " and communicated to the store "alongside and thence to the rear of a building in Broad street which contained a large quan- tity of saltpetre. The explosion which took place from the ignition of this com- bustible matter was tremendous; and was felt and heard in almost every part of the city.- Blue flames issued through the ru- ins and extended over the entire street broad as it is .say 100 feet and communi- cated the fire to the stores on the opposite side. Half post 7 o'clock A. il. We have this moment returned from the scene of Uie conflagration with eye heart and brain oppressed with the sublime and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 14 August 1845

f .-? vw ? i W V-t.e W?w t.r SsS&jp' tixy Crt s te'fe ? ?j v 1 . ."-3 L-?"-"". t:..!' & . 'J K J -y msx r. August 14 w 1 " vi rv-i t4. !'--' ... t&. H Cfc . -ln - Tfa- jjrtxx J "- &ipl3pQjN Aft. Mm ismm Russia upoa a juatly dietinguiahed son off Pennsylvania Before the newlyeppointed" minister howereiyliad departed oii; his triia- atou he deemed itdue to the President to ask' his counsel in reference-to the selection of a secretary of legution.. The 'President declinV cd all interference -and remarked to that min- ister that the United States government would hold him responsible for the -manner in which he discharged his duties and that he would consequently be at liberty to choose his own-'' secretary The minister returnedliis respect- ful acknowledgments ; but -before taking a fi- nal leave sought his especial advice in regard to a young gentleman then in the service of theJStatc Department and who was highly re- commended by the then secretary. Gen. Jackson promp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 14 August 1845

n rv-7T V T i ErJ 3s;wrji?F. KpTPiV f; i-Atnfr ? "j; YI j "" - a f -? -' ! - !A u u t 5 I .ffij3f-&- "AfcyMS-. 2SLi t-'y syy t-t r ;? 'aEfiKBIBEC3IBr:ra3i&sre """""S. tSJW VSf r jsBaire WAr t'6 w A'tktw m t ftR. &Ss7J i'I&?i? (-a.ivlV Washiton June 7th; 1845. MMfE the undersigned doagreti to run a Race; wW one mile and repeat over tho Washington Course on the last Thursday in November next lor fSOO entrance in good property at appraised value with ft ketch on each free for'uny horse mare or gelding now in Te'xas. The party cntring naming the horse at the time of entrance. Half forfeit. .Entries can be made up the 1st of November al which time they will be closed. P. C. Watson enters Ins g. in. Paralte. J.W.Mann enters J. F. Johnson's g.h.dulocrat. John F.Hay (MKinney & Minter's) b. h. Bendigo. James Cox enters his g.h. Wild Bill. Augustus Williams enters s. m. Mariah Jones. T. J. HEARD M. D. Surgeon and Physician Washington Texas - JAMES W. DALLAM attorney at Zaw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 August 1845

'31 f I 4 1 if trig -MA VttMrte 4. VSPftVA- -l r i.J:r::;irt ito t ' 1 I -1 ti 4j f REGISTER &$ NATIONAL ?PRQ PATRIA.NOSTRA" ETSL VOL. I. WASriliWfON TL.XAS THURSDAY AUGUST 21 1815. NO. 37 iniiTirtiiMKj 4tBfBtf9pTvTSa0:rtB!fBlS9tf9i VA .DICNTATETr!7'S i TEXAS NA HONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS 45 Y MILLiia&CUSJINEY v PUBLIC POINTERS. Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars fornix nici:iSsf and jwo tlullars for iliree moinlis. Advcitisi:ig.L:ir eao square oi 100 words or un- der firat insi rtiwi one dollar. For each subsequent iiwertioii.fiJiyccn'f. .Jm."- --K A deduction oi" lilty peftcsnt: will bemade upon ijearly advertisements with the privilege qfienowing the same quarw iiy. Announcement of candidates for office ten dollars FosMtMcfc- 'ShriilF and CJeiks of Courts ate special! v aulliousid to piocurosuiicriplions and ad- vertisements and enltact and remit the money tlnieior. An allowance of n-u pr cent Upon all sums be- tween tv. 'lit j -Jive and fif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 August 1845

"T -3SW-&v -"-7'f4"f - rci V -?" " ' &" f " TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. August 21 90 ' "-)7? TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. n-.fsjrr.vc t W THURSDAY AUGUST 21 1845. THE CONVENTION. Our dates from Austin are as late as the 14th iust. The Convention had then under consideration'the constitutional provision pre- scribing the qualifications of voters at the first election. The report of the committee on the Legislative Department contemplates twelve months residence hefore the franchise of suff- rage can be conferred. It was argued how- ever that the last section of that report author- ises all citizens to vote at the first election under the new government. The prospect favored the conclusion that at the first clec lion the right to vote would be enjoyed by all persons resident in the country at the time of the adoption of the constitution. The number of the members of the lesisla- tare has been fixed at eighty seven twenty one senators and sixty-six representatives. This number is too ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 August 1845

r-rvv. . -rv - v August 21 ' TEX AS NAONALRGCI-STER 291 From a geuileman who arrived here h few days shier direct from the colonies' on the Trinity we hear ihut the settlements are in prosperous condition and emigrants continual- ly coming in. The number of families in PetersV colony on the 1st of July was six hundred three hundred of which or eleven hundred and one .souls having been introduc- ed during the past year. At the election for Delegate to ilic Convention held on the 4lh June in that part of this settlement lying in Nacogdoches county one hundred and thirty- four votes were cast by those who had been more than six mouths in the colony. Had was elected a member of the Texian Conven- tion now in session -lie did not receive" any information of this fact until it was too late! to reach home in time to take his sent nor had heat the date of his dpaiture from Nash- ville received any official notice of his elec-Uon.-Nashvillc Union. ' OUR REVENUES. Some time since the New Orle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 August 1845

r- -i. .i- jr-" f r '-"'-' ' TZZp-' $ ? S'-'Y.-g :. rSt) f I WBHB A S WA?P I O N A L RE G;I S T E It. August 21 . 3- D J ?iTHB MERCER CONfrR Apt. Glarksville August 12th IS44. Beat Sir: In availing myselff your liberal offer of this morning to allow roe the use of your paper to correct false and injurious reports concerning my late con- tract with your Republic 1 cannot deny myself the pleasuie of tendering' to you my greatful acknowledgements and assur- ing you of thesiucere respect of Your Ob't Humble Seivt. C. F.. Mercer. To Maj. Charles De Morse. TO THE PUBLIC. Having been induced after much per- suasion and twelve months delay ; to be- come an associate oi a company formed in London in the autumn of 1842. for tiie purpose ot colonizing a part of the vacant lands of Texas under grants irom the Republic made in 1841 I came to Gal- veston in December last ; and thence lo Washington on the first day of the pics- ent year in order to obtain if practicable certain amendments of those...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 August 1845

-ill- s.rt-v- fr. "! 4.-- - "V" fs- August 21 T'EXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 29 r- ) Mvg flit Mexicans and they; hare a right to 1 borsj .but the poor juror who dbtoes his juration of Guerrero (April 1829) he be- take it as a part of the domain of Spain bread from the soil with his own' hands is ' came Secretary of War. obliged to serve the country two' of three . During the concurrence of these events weeks in the spring or fall the periods ot whenever thev can ! To put ali these questions at rest for ev- er in an amicable manner seems to be a very desirable ob.ect and this subject can without doubt be attained very readiiy at this moment not only without-sacrifice but with important benefit to the United States. The territory beyond the Rocky Moun- tains is well known to be an arid-valueless region. Its remote position renders Its oc- cupancy of doubtful policy as no portion of our citizens save only the fur traders- could be materially benefited by it- and their pursuits promise to be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 August 1845

s?ZGiZjr p- -"- cy-v ? "yr If' '-jr" 5JJ5IJJ7?s!?5BehF5 f-' . j t4 TEXAS NATIONAL 'REGISTER. Augi st2i ?..A' wn-it v 1 hf CORRESPONDENCE. IJUr Donehon to Mr. Allen. Legation or the United States ) Washington Texas June 30 1845. ) The undersigned Charge d' Affaires of the United States is sufficiently recovered from an attack of fever which has confined him to his bed for the inst five days tu ac- knowledge the receipt of the two notes which have been addressed to him by the lion. Mr. Alien under date of the 2Glh and the :28th inst. the first stating the increased probability of the invasion of the territory of Texas in consequence of the recent rejection of the proposition from Mexico for h definitive treaty of peace on the basis of the independence of -Texas the latter desiiiug to be informed whether the troops which His Excellency the President of this Republic may call into the service for its protection and defence un- der circumstances of such imminent danger will be authorized...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 August 1845

.!'. "vi --'" jr'ir?"'"'4 'V- -- v J--fr-r"- V August 21 TEXASNATlQNAii REGISTER 5 kr "Vl' ns. they have enjoyed' excellent health and are generally delighted with their new location. It is expected that a large num- ber of Mexican families from the Rio Grande will soon remove to Bexar county and set- tle in the viciuitv of Castrovilie aud along the Med i n a. Telegraph. "AMERICAN FRENCH AND SPANISH LAND MEASURE. Having been frequently applied to for in- formation in relation to the hind measure used by the governments of France and Spain during their occupancy of the territory now occupied by tin StatcsLouisiaua Mississippi Arkansas and Missouri we take this occasion lo lay before our readers the following table an original paper furnished by the Spanish authorities at New Orleans lo the first Terri- torial Government of Mississippi uow in our possession through the kindness of a friend to whom we arc indebted for this and much other valuable information. American and French Land M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 21 August 1845

- v-. f .:. T EX AS 1 A t lb f&A t StE G 1 8 1 E R. August 2f it- H5 u iv h ib i WasfclpgftoM Races' v - K!!C -Z --. - -V "aCJJS Washinton June 7th 1845. WE tlie undersigned du agree to run a Race; one mile and repeat over the Washington Course on the last Thursday in November next for $500 entrance in good property at appraised -value with a ketch on each free for any horse mare -or gelding now in Texas. The party cntring naming the horse at the time -of entrance. Half forfeit. Entries can be made up the 1st of November at which time they will be closed. P. C. Watson enters his g. in. Paralte. J- W. Mann enters J. F. Johnson's g. h.jJulocrat. John F. Hay(I.Kinucy & Motor's) h. h. Baidigo. James Cox enters his g. h. Wild Bill Augustus Williams enters s. m.Jlariah Jones. Surco T. J. HEARD M. I). it and Physician Washington Texas. JAMES W. DALLAM Attorney at JLaw9 Matagorda Texas. April 1845. Ivrl9 GEO. WM. BROWN Attorney at JLaic Columbus Colorado County. March 22 1345. i6tf....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 August 1845

t' n iA ' 1- -l --- . .( f'WICIMfj -j. :n"r-i.4ii . j'i i .V REGIST . -- - . . -rr'"'-""" """ '" 4BMaaaiBBBj!jll!j!fM - A" V - gPROPAlPoSJRrE vol. r. aSSSSSSSSSm TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS BY MILLER & CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 28 1845. TEKA13. Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for six months and two dollars for three months. Advertising. For each square of 100 words or un- der first insertion one dollar. For each subsequent tnsertion fifty cents. A deduction o( fiftyperccn;. tyrill .be .made upon yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing :hc sar.ic quarterly. Announcement of candidates for office ten dollars Postmajdcrs Sheriffs and Clerks of Courts are special! v authorized lo procure subscriptions and ad" vcrtiscnicnxs. and collect and remit tho money therefor. An allowance of len per cent upon all sums be- tween twenty-five and fifty dollars and of twenty per cent up'on all sums over fifty dol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 August 1845

jf 298 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. August -28 -A 2 ' K TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. Vs W.f V IJVGTOJr. THURSDAY WjgUST 28 1845. On Monday nduesd7 we were visited with copious (fftf.8hing showers. The weather is plejKntand the cotton crop doing well. lave heard from the Convention as late Saturday last. They had not then adjourn ed and probably would not do so for some days after. They may have adjourned about this time. Several members had left for home. Gen. Davis passed through this place on Sat- urday and Mr. Armstrong of Jefferson on Monday. Col. Kinney had left a few days before. The principal business left unfinish- ed related to the time and mode of changing the present into the state government. The opinion prevailed that the officers of the new government would be chosen at the time of voting upon the constitution but not installed until after the acceptance of that constitution by the United States and the subsequent assem- bling of the legislature. Gen. G. W. Terrelt tale minist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 August 1845

August 28 u TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER We have been shown private letter from Gen. Houston to one ef his friends in this place dated Bon Air Springs Tennes- see July 26th from which we are permitted to make the following extracts ; " About the last of June a report reached Nashville that I had been elected to the Con- vention ; but no authentic intelligence until sometime afterwards when it wus out of my tower on account of the illness of my farail? and useless for the want of time for me to make nn effort to reach Austin in season to take my seat before the adjournment. 1 sup- pose the Convention did not or will not sit longer than three or four weeks. 41 The news of the action of Texas so far as heard from on the subject of annexa- tion has diffused throughout the U. Stales as far us I can judge the highest gratification. Illuminations firing of cannon and other joyous expressions of satisfaction have taken place in the West and doubtless will extend to the tatc of Maine. " It isstat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 28 August 1845

? AOgusfcOS t a t aT 9 5 jk s $AT W ftBflP TE R 9WBWSI .' Sritaitto9ta!li. & 5fi O f PAPERS OFGEN. AUSTIN.t PKi4 tihnfer was writYen W Geh. 'AflStill Fh nir.tr nf Mpvicn and'nhblfsheH 'iti'the Snisfc'lhnWiisrc. as one of a series of sta tical papers bv the- Secretary 'of State TUi'd Deputy for Co-ahnila.- vTlie memoir on the Western Boundary. publislied in a former number we have now ascertained was written m New 1 ork by Henry Austin (Kmpressano ior intro- ducing steam navigation and colonizing ihe vacant lands'on the Rio del Norte and its tributaries) at the instance of a friend of Gen. Jackson who spilt copies of it to the President and Secretary of State of the United States wi tout .declaring the writer's name. It was first published by this press about two years ago in connection with an article on the Tights of Louisiana to Ju- risdiction over Texas by the Trealy of Cession. It may be proper here to remark that at the date of the following paper there was not probably a m...

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