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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1838

CIP- V SUPPLEMENT TO JTO. 135. . r ;i?- 'tfn u " " H j , " AN ACT m Supplemental lo an act creating the county of Faydlc. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Republic of Texas, in? Congress assembled, 1 hat irom and after the passage of this act, the South Western boundary of -the county of Fayette, shall be, and is hereby established as follows, viz: beginning at the North East corner of a league of land, granted to J. Morris on the head of the Lavaca river; thence northwardly to the North East corner of a quarter of a league iif land granted to'Stiffler: provided that nothing herein contained shall affect any rights of location made in conformity to the acts dcfining.the boundaries of the counties of Gonxales and Fayette. JOSEPH ROWE, ' Speaker of .the House -of -Representatives. MIRABEAU B.' LAMAR President of the Senate. Approved, May 3, 1838. wmmaSm " AN ACT . - Securing the Right of Appeal. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House or Re- presen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1838

AN ACT. To aniald an act entitled an act, establishing ihs District Courts. Sec. I. Be it enacted by the Senate and" House of Repre sentatives otthe Republic Cof Texas- in Congress assembled, That there shall be a new judicial district established to be called the fifth judicial district. . ' Section 2. Be it further enacted, -That the District Courts shall be holden in the county of Sar. Augustine, on the first Mondays in March and September, and may continue three weeks: In the county of Sabine on the fourth Mondays in Marchand September, and may continue six days. In the county.-qf Jasper, on the first Mondays after thc fourth' Mon- ays;in4uarch and septemoer, ana may continue, wo. wecKs; ln.the county of Jefferson, on the third Mondays after the fourth Mondays in March and September; and may continue one week In the' countv of Liberty, on the fourth Mondays after the fourth Mondays in March and September, and may continue two weeks; In. th.e county of Galveston, bn the sixth Mon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1838

I -1 T ; m I:' w for any collector of the customs to recieve, cither directly or in directly, in payment of duties, anyv monies except the Promisory Notes ofthe Government, or goia anu suver, ana any pcrsuu offending against the provisions of this act, shall he. dismissed from office, and upon conviction fined in a sum not less than one thousand, nor more than five thousand dollars for each offence. JOSEPH ROWE, Speaker of the House of Representatives. MIRABEAUB. LAMAR, President of the Senate. Approved, May 9, 1838. OA1U. IIUUOIUH. On motion of Mr. Ponton, "regularly ordained ministers of the. JOURNALS 6F THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 1st SESSION 2d CONGRESS (Published by order of the House.) Saturday, Nov. 18, 1837. The house met pursuant to adjournment. The journals of the preceding day having been read, Mr. Baker, chairman of the committee on county boundaries reported a bill to define the boundarics.of the county of Liberty, without amendments. On motion of Mr. Thompson, leave ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1838

I 'V AN ACT Authorizing the payment of the interest of the Funded Debt. Sec. 1. lie it cuacted by the Senate and House of Itepre sentatives of the republic of Texas, in Congress assembled, Thaj the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby required to ' nay the interest accruing on the funded debt at the time it is made payable by law, and a. sufficient amount of the promisso- 7 ry notes of the Government to meet the object is hereby appro priated lor that special purpose. 'Sec. 2. !3c it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby required to pay the interest on ail other debts.against the Government, which by law bear jnter- est,"iand that the same dc paw scmi-annuaiiy in tnc promissory notes of the Government a sufficient amount of which is hereby specially Impropriated for that purpose. . ,- . JOSEPH ROWE, ' - Speaker of thu" Home of Reprecntntiveg. MIRABEAU B. LAMAR. Pras'ulent of the Semite. , Approved, May lfiib, 1838. ivi, " , SA-M- HOUSTON....

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

-Hg--gfr tm p AfeEiTS- F0 THB TELEGRAtfe . lu the United States nwiD lUuUrf Orleans. J. S..Kkllt 4 Co., Bookfelkrf,-'Mo6i'fc: AU. ? r In Texas Bmr, Gr J: HoxiTiiWashinjt..'' tbl. Geo. V. Poi, Columbist. T'itoDoxK. II.. m:tt, Urazoria. W. W. Sumud,-' Montjoraer i Lake erek. 'Judge UsKicit, Toxana. E. : Bacu Liberty, J. Rowr, Sau Ausustine, D. Cc - , PUBLISHED WfiKKXY, BY CRUGgll & MOOUE, PltOPKlETORSi T-EKMS: Subscription, fivclojlari a,vtar, payable -in advance -UldciTtiimg, oue dollar a 'qaure for the firt insertion, and fifty" cents for . e ich continuance: eight lines, or, less, i conridcrcd -a qua re. Marriage and obituary notice! of mare than three lines each, cards of patenters, ,ind. an- nouncements of candidates for politfcal offices, Kill bccharpul at the common rates of adftrtijinr.! IJTB TEXAS REfS-ISTEB. 0 All nilverusemcnts to bo paid for in advance" .MxOiiiU, 31ina, Uen. JJobqlau, waeojuocnoi. IBMffijauWtf'i''i''ailvjiM"J'llWi""'-'llMlwli,lJ'v:" ' "iujpjm nu ii ihh...

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

fthe arbitration,, whenever you shall present yourself othed with competent powers. 1 ho posture ot the re- .!,in l.Aiitai iliM.) AAiintvinr miL'nD if nnrA tla itions between thotWJ countries makes it proper that iilB.sKoulUe'tJoDeJiumefiiately', us' the .President: will 'isuf-fcetnimself authorized to 'rec'ommeri'd ,any suspen- ,any suspc t'lbrifljpactibn'cf Congrass, to whom'this whole sub- Ject'jhasjbeen, referred,-, before, aconvention'of.aibrtra? tin has-been concluded between the fnfb Governments." A'RRIt,QFi.ET.MSC01T AT CALHOUN. General cott and'statf Kavo arrived a'iJhc Cherokee -ylgeoyyaCBlouiKi-jAiijonler ta the troops jssued by jeneral.cott;inderdatoof''ihc"l?tK-.itistant, recom- mends the mildest .treatment ofthe-Clierokecs. Thq. .tfillo wing jsihe Address" of The commanding general 'to, t!ie'Cliero!e?- -?- s NS .. ifAJOR.GENERALSCOTJ, Ofji)"feUniteil;tarcs. Arny , sends tojtKc' Cherokee pop- tpleremaining mfNortn1 CaroHnaGeorgia, Tinnes- sec, and.Alabamh, this AnoKEss....

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

"&$&?" r pressed, and so ungracious a.retufn'of their, confidence in extendin"' a courtesy, aslcedforat their hanis) which entrusted-to the honor of the Executive,under cir'cum- i stances so delicate", the power he has exercised ?, It'will ne'said. oerhan,;that the majority who volea againsl the-n"omintlOnshbuld,Xhen"a'ret,nsWeraiiqnrwashad; have fc'eprlheir.oyesopcnjo allt thepossible results.o'f the course' recontmenaeQiio oeiaKeuv 'urameu. ,iuoy initrh'l have foreseen' that helr consent' to 'the-withdrawr al of. the nomination, under what pretext soever, left'.the ft i .. .- -A . aW n I .1 1 am! . .m rtnntHI AfIh A a 1 J A ftAda 'J i reslJCIll as umuiuuiucii) iu,a(jpuiui;m , iiuuiua, "when they had adjourned, as though his nomination, bad never been considered by: them; and should,, perhaps,-, in tSs exercise of a proper'" caution, have guarded'agairist lac contingency -'y wuicii iie uus uccuiciuMicu'wtm-uc functions of a corarriissioner-' cbntra'iyuo their express wishes...

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

( v ' . ' l -, V -J ' , J m i 4 Bsifaved or Stolen, 7TROM tlm premises of the subscriber, three jiiilcs fV from Lynchburg of this county, about the l5tb- April, light colored Bay., Home, about 14 and a halt fandrhigh, 9 or 10 Years old, heavy made, long heavy nuns ind tailan old'saddle injuryori the back, on which there'll rwhair for 4 or 5 inches, furehoofc much worn 'by travelling, believe one lurid hoof is white, no brand or other marks are recollected, easily caught, gentle in harness as well ai under saddU,cn p:ic some, but will not vo'unanlv in travelling. A liberal reward will' bo pafd for the delivery , of laid horse to me, or.for forma- tion whereby I may obtain him. ' jf2. 3fr7t GEO. M. PATRICK. iu : Warrants ctq; Uoku to aopwr-ui j---.-. "T-:s r-V;-. -TIT.'i J. ,f.,i; r k Ir.rte ofLad. lyinr on Bond.; Estray ISonds: Sheriff mm-ou ""'"v 4ttttTi;&tthrMltorl ; -Titles; kooopiixances;' Witimu; araB.ls;,rw.".; y,.. "-? -V",-" L' ,.,.,,. ,?:;,. iAfintable..' ForTur- ' ' ,. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 June 1838

ran U'W tlDTERTISUrG SHEET H3ESE5 -, - - r - Hi"' I II II II I I '" III III 11 iMllf l . Iw IS I V FOB NEW ORLEANS, in Forty Hours. THE splendid low pressure Steam Pucket COLUMBIA, Capt. J . T. Wright, will leave Galveston Bar the 8th and 2-JU of each month for New Orleans, and New Orleans the 1st and 15th os each month for Texas. Passengers for New Orleans can depend upon a safe and ex- peditious conveyance, and upon the boats leaving punctually as advertised. And her accommodations are superior to any boat in the south, and as a sea boat she is unsurpassed. For passage or information apply to R. .Mills &j Co., Brazoria. John Suarf, Velasco. McKmEY &. Williams, Quiatana. , W. D. & R. M. Lee, Houston. Forbes, Baooics &. Co , Columbia or on board of the loat Houston, Jan. 13. 1838. '9-em ajlohtiug- ASPENDID variety of superfine clothing- Also a superio or assortment of groceries, wines, liquors, 4c, just reeicv- d aud for sale at the Houston Exchange, low for cash, by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 June 1838

xi the teleg-eaph: EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, JR. -Iloiiston&Motlday, June 11, 1838. D3"VVe are authorized to announce Col. T. J. Golightlt as a candidate for Representative for the county of Harrisburg, at the ensuing election. Moss'rs. Cruoar &, MoottE: I am authorized to .' sav that if it is desired by the citizens of Galveston county, Co!. James Love will represent them in the next Congress. Of C j!. Love's worth as a man, his fellow citizens generally, are, as I imagine, sufficiently sensible; and the high "stand which he occupied in the congress of the United States.'as a member of the Kentucky, delega- tion, afford the fairest evidenco of his abilities "as a legis- " OT' A CITIZEN OF GALVEST ON. We the undersigned hereby mutually agree to nei- ther give or redeye on, nor after the" fifth day of June next, any Tickets or Change Tickets except those issued fcy the City Corporation. We also request" that his Honor the Mayor will by the day above, namd furnish a 'sufficient...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 June 1838

L' SHPTMFF'S S4TE. Y Irtue of an elocution to me directed, by the hon. coun- x . 11) .U... .....ml . f hKva tutniwl finnn rtnii UTllt H llf CUUriUl lliiril.UUi ,.m,h.j , ,. ... ... ...... ..,.... ...... expose to public sale on Monday the 25th clay of J une next, at xne courtnouse, iniuccuy ui uuu-iuu,.ui ""si .., ..... est and claims of J. rl. Price, in anil to the following property: i of ot No 7 in block 20, fronting on Travis -t, anil sold by Jno. Carlos to the said J. H. Price, 4 of i of rdock 88, corner of Bra- 205 inid Kuk ts. Fnrtlirr particulars on the day of sale. Seized .nd tukeu ii. execution as the property of J as. II. Pri e to satisfy a judgment in favor of Andrew Briscoe, mid to be sold by me, sale within the hours prescribed by law. Ttrms cask. J. W. MOORE, Slier? may 24 :-t' SUKRIFF' SA1.F.. k Y virtue of an c xeeution to urn directed, by the hon. cuun- Z. ... . . ij :-i r ... levied unou awl .7 .. ... ut: LnMl,..,.).! h. ..loin thecltvot I'OUS- Will expose lu uuuu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 June 1838

Q oFtl VEtAS-O. 4Wc of'tovm Lots in Telasco. and Valuable Lands upon ' the Brazoi and' Otjester creek. War be offered at public sale on the 3d and 4th day of July next, icreral hundred Lois, "being the unsold portion of tho town of Velasco, upon a credit of 6 and 12 months with bonds and approved security. Thos. J. GREEN, President Velasco, may IB. 32-tf if Velasco Auoeivlion. A IBC undersigned proprietors baring purchase the head right 4? league of land adjoining the tovm of Velasco, known as Jo- seph F. Colvert's league, and the head' right of John A. Wharton, adjoining the same, containing 1476 acres, together with the origin- al town of Velasco making 6097 acres, and embracing all that tract of country between the Brazos andOycsterrreek and the sea coast, with a front of four miles upon the Brazos, twelve upon Oyster oreek,and two .upon the sea; nave had the same surveyed into town -lots and out Iota of 10 to 100 acres, embracing many of the most desirable 'country sitesupon the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 June 1838

-1 I in p v.- X I ) Sir '4 l,r I ' 1 PUBLISHED -WEEKLY, BY CRUGER.& MOORE, J(qlAlTdS. . 'S TERMS: Subscription, five 'dollars a'year;, j pajuic iu uviiucu. aapcr..j.7te;, one nonara? aqure for, the first iniertion; and fifty?ceVu',rar . audi, continuance: eight line6r less, it'considcred ," than three linei'each, cards V.'assensersv and an nouiictmcnti of candidate' fdr-politica" office will be charged at thecojmoirates'ofadvertisins:.. "i t All adrer'tisementiito bp')aidwi'orin5idTance- B IBMHi 1 1 llll Ill i II III 'II gH-'j-.-M'-X' ?b?tf iesofssfe; mom?- x&Ms&hfa&sK ...afflis&fei . xm ,mmm mamm-' --. . .? t& . . . 1 h. 1 11 mrn. itm.j t ' vu. j tax ivmti -li jl m uvi k - ti r mi -i . Ui-j iw m bvbt imjm ., iicrx it h'wa lm'jk ..oi - jm .lva Ljraw m ' 1 ipi wmr NrnriiT' 1 n nnnuipurri. in ulij irri fltTW Kr-tfftiH rrrlrth"iffH niaf-i lii TITilEr WHiflrtTiMTM ' IBhr iffl tiTHiirrfT tPn 1i iflTil .'MlliaMnHi . i". , TS ".WV , - --. r ' r-- '' wnmi i hvwoxjvj ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 June 1838

- & l.VffK s? -''." FV V -4 1" 'JtB' t-7.- . . -CA-.-H"-. .' r r. - tt-TBLJ -TELEGRAPH. . EDITED ,BJFHApIS MOORE, !&- 'JXousfon, Saturday June 16, t83 j r - . .i .- Y . ..-"" We USvaiustMasived from CaptfBeiiuell, SMjiacinieu of Coi- ton, nlichitu peeked from tome plants near .8anPatrieior, that were planted in,1813. This cotton has an excellent stapl. ud mi- nyjlanters who hire) examined iyeprtssnt it uteing equaHo tht finest of Sea Island. Wat hvrt "also rtcoivid from toe same hand, ..small piece of toVlrWore, which it found in great quann- liei on tht Cibolo", iieaT.Boxar-TMs specimen 1 the magnetic ox- ideef hen-andit'of an excellent" qualify. ' n , ' .""V TE5Mf.:fc HcMPKWtrs, who it now ton a viiit to the United Statet . it authorised'to receivo subscriptions for thi paper. v This 'day formt art important eraln the financial histeryWVTex. ... i-;.-'..i;..,n. kr tht"ttiFn of the "Texas Bail Koad, Navira- .?--.?. n.Vi. Hnmnnnv." Thi rtMoi tliat-ha mid .Tkarsdav Inst. Thef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 June 1838

, n Y-i 4& VflV K f w,t - rt i. i impresMM that-osr comply of thirteen taighy Irave "whipped the whole viliago. - .-j&?f ., rri.i:.J ' l'.i.- r.r;nrmllv-ronsist an horses and XilCl OTCUllll j'i-l'"J , mules; -those raised by themscjveswere generally oi a Terv-Juperiororder: We had an 'opportunity of view- ing a'race between two beautiful horses. ,The friends r.i ' .':.. Unram liot n9rlvnll I hf. v ' no'sfeessed on k I A f the(TCspectiv horses bet nearly"aH they -possessed in the.race;Wnd tho. ownership of near 500 horses aid il-t-andan immense number ot uianKeis, ocau,u:i.u i...n:.i..M? iri nmv to be settled by-the,, speed of lh'ese two:n6ble animals., The. distance was measured -eff, one mil?, through ai uneven prairie, without a'track. 'rhey'were ro'ds barebacked, by boys- weighing about "75 of 8J. p'nunds 'each; land made the-distance in two -minutes. It was decided by tne juogesuiaineuiier jmu , ,A,iK'nr. was to have been fun'over in-Tour tfavs.:".Thtirfine horses they c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 June 1838

f - V? " If ju ' -s. . .,3 4" S" i"J . cnl, as the..rfpreentaUVe'OtHnc, ntry, -.'ajiNapuleon had been, of oil, Van '.Buren, ,and (Eoinsett, 8et.fortl;ani3 alllvqugh.iheiJQunlrylatthat lime, labored nndera largo" debtj . the .envoy .wasauthqnsed'.toi offer live' millions, for the acquisition. Jli'is "really, to be la mented that'the joint efforts' of Air. ,'Adams, Mr. Clay, ui,Liii.. xuiuaeL, laiicu.upuu 11113 uctrasiuu, uuit; juuit ci- forts.of GeneralSJnckson'.'Mr. VanBureri.'-and'Mr. Poin sett did uponja subsequent occasion, wheii the proposi- tion waa.renexyedj qrjatlJer continued, under a new ad- ministratis, Frbmtnobeirinmnif to the end of hisudmin- istratibn'j.Mri'AtiamVkept .steadjly in view this impor- tant measuref-and when- his. sifceessor came.jhas,, it was supposed, wi'tli opinions differing on all points, .aiid withi promise.? and .'pledges of"',all sorts of changes',' aimidst'.tneJgeneral.iVjueofMemeni.of all that hadbeen .done'oratteirintcillhis meuturealrme was hclfl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

eaq i ( PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY CtttJGER 6C JtboltE, PROPRIETORS. TEEMS 'Suliicnption, five dollars a Tear, PaT ble ia advance. .idvcrtismg, cue dollar a 9ire for the firit inrertion, ami fifty cents for CicU'coctinuinrc: eight line, or less, is conridcred square. .Marriage and obituarv tiuticesof more thun three lines each, cards of paseni-cn, anil an- nouncement! ot caadidutes for political offires, will be charged at the common ratci of advertistmr.. AGENTS 5 roh the telegraph: In lie United Mntf Enwjirn Hxu'. Net Orlcuiu. J.S.A.Eixr i Co., Bookreilerf, Mobile.' A 1. InTc.a Bailv. Giv A tlDT. Washington Lol. Gto. . , CiiutiiLia. TnronoUE Ban sjtt, Brarona. W. W. HraD, Monteokerr; Lake creek. -Judge Usiim, Texflna. E. 'I Branch Liberty, J. R0Wl, san Auputine: D. C.Cmrf-k-ssiu.ii, .Mina, Gen. Douolais, Nacogdoches. T IIS lECrlST ,. AJl TtvertiscmenUto be paid for in advance . L J Lll UHBn alUIiUUO-W UIA W-WV ''-WI1 -'" '--WMiAriiti&taBfc - i"y; .VOL. III. X O. 43.-rWIIOI.3 l'dC.13...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

1 v" (CoJIMOXIC.TED.) TEXAS: Its agricultural and commercial : F.-ounci:. The subject, of this communication is not onh one of deep interest to the people of Texas, but one wbicli will affect the interest of the whole world. A- country so large in extent as the Republic of Texas, however barren its soil, and unfruitful its climate, must iwcc-san- ly afford considerable resiurces. both in iinagriculmr- alahil commercial, point of. rew., IiJt when we take into consideration the fact -tint it is situated in the climate best adapted to the production of nearly all the . I?.?' -. i - A . i .1.1 t. .. ..;i Hinpiexummoaiiic 01 me commercial worm, mui ; equal, If not superior, tp any portion of the ghoe, it is hard to calculate the wealth and opulence which a wise policy will givehc inhabitants uf a" country no favor- ed Jjy nature,in n!l which" is calculated to increasethe li&ppinexs of man. , ' " . . In estimating the agriculturaUaiid'Commercial wealth af the eoiintrv. we mar turn our...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

and ammunition for Gen. Stint.i Cruz, hid put inln Val- paraiso in want of atcr, and lli.it while there, the captain was arrested and dint, and the crew iniprunrird : that in consequence ol'ihis nirage, the port was imme- diately declared in a stale f I i.cknde by the Hriti-h shipsof 'war Cleopatra, Cap.. Gray, and Homogcnc, Capu Brace; tlui the Chilian government had retali- tued b iniprisnniiiii the British Consul. THE TELEGrEAPH. ' EDITED, 3Y FRANCIS MOORE, JR. - Hott&toMt Sattirdtty, June 2S, iSSS., ' . . . . We feel our-ehesd-opljr indebted to Maj. Bonnell for lus exccl-jj lent comrauuicatiOH relative to tlie commercial and agnculiural re sources of Texas. Tew citizen of tlii. country arc more capable of fnrnuhin; correct informauon upon thee sabjects T-e iua tra elled o er almost c ery portion ol the republic from the Sabine to the Rio Grande, and speak from personal obsenarion of many of the section he deseribe. This communication furnishes through- out, corroborating tej...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

" f SfrECW OT LAUGHTER OX'TIIE ClfcCULVriOX OP rilS "BLfttfB. Tha cheep inspirations end the short expira- tions made in the net ot laughing, have a direct influ- ence tfn the heart, increasing the quantity of blood with- in itaavities, in the same manner a the quantity with- iiis increased by muscular contraction. Tins condi- ' tion of tho heart, as might be'tinticipatnd, will vary in proportion to the violence and duratiou ol the paniv, ms of laughter; when these are moderate, the mind is only cxhtyerated, or, to vise n common expression, "the hcuii becomes joyful;" but if laughing Ins increased or- pro- longed beyond certain limits, a series of effects moro or lesss injurious frequently supervene. Pain in the rar- i6k region'and head ache then come on; and, if the .jpuroxysm be Immoderats, the quantity of blood propelled tints the brain is such that tho intellectual piwcM bc- comevgreat'y excited, and sometimes u such a degree ns to cause temporary aliberr.tlioa. Even conv ulsiot...

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