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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 June 1850

1 a A 'shall bo assented to by Toxas " she will bo quieted to that extent -in hor title." And they go on still'' l'ttriher 16 say "(lint sorriq 'may suppose that in consideration of this 'concession by the U. &lalcst she might without any other equivalent relinquish any 'claim beyond the proposed boundary;" ' That is the' committee are of opinion that thotifld to the' territory of what was originally New Mexico oh this side of tho JAio Grande is not in (he Statd ol Tcxus but in the United States ; ana mat Texas siiouju jnmic herself fortunate that the portion ot said territory lying bdlbiQ tno proposed bondary will bo conceded to her and should moreover consider such " concession " as an equivalent for tho surrender eqmva ; of her claim to tho portion lying above!' . In the languago ot tho Galveston News " the truth appears to 'tie that rite committee have carefully avoided auy recognition of 'otir rights in order that they may have somo advantage oyer us in case of our rejectio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 June 1850

"-' "$ ' "" i- - H - . . IC'I - ' ffilt lTf if ji;; vft-W1Wrt1J1' WMhJtyW Wi W MVI utlfMMIMUfl!tt rw TEXAS GAZETTE. JUNE 8 it!''!' 1.:. -t' oriSWwvS of tiii! ; PllEME COURT OF TEXAS Mtflivcrcd tfa December TerMr-r$4Lti' McM ii vs. KELSO Administrator. .jjfltJW ' - From Jttsxar; oounty. I. Where by the act of :3od stidh as the dcatn oi a patty life enure penurm- ace;of ajcpntraqt dyliible lsjwrefttcd. it should not opcrafe to the prejudice ' 'cfV.eUher parly and an apportionment should bo allowed . J7$V!Whcrc ritffctaiefflent'of facts iif contained tt thb 'record; It vill be presumed 1Hjthcr prayed for ortly'on thdebtttingbney that specific execu- tion c'ottld not bo had. . ' 'It is1 ordered adjudged rind decreed (hat the Judgment of tho Bditrttiiilolv bo fiffirmtjtL '. ' ' . ; CLEVER vs. THE STATi3. '. ''.'.'; . From Montgoraory county. ; !.. The 5ih section ot the' act oi the first Legislature ''.to 'organize Justices courts aitd define1 the powers and jurisdiction pt the 6ame" 'wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 June 1850

HM (HHi . ( Xm- Atz 'A -rami . fr-. .-rlfrrrlwr4r.. 1850. .in M$ STAlTfcAEEtt EJ mJ9 W -t t4J slavery ; and however they may decide that purely municipal quost'ion Congress is bound to acquiesce and to fulfil in good faith Iho stipulations of the compact with Texas. Thd commit- teo are aware that it has boon qbntdrtded that thd restitution of Congress annexing Texas was unconstitutional. At a fovrhdr 1 epocli of our cbuntfy's historythoro were those (and Mr. Jefferson tirider whoso auspices thd treaty of Louisiana was conclit- ('dcd was Tamong thorri) Who believdd that the States fdrm- ! cd out of Louisiana could not bd received into tho Union with- out amendment to tho constitution. But tho States of Louisiana Missouri Arkansas and IoWa have been all nevertheless admit- ted. And who Would now think of dpposinj the admission df Minnesota Oregon or othdr now Stdtes formed out 6f the an- cient province of Louisiana upon the ground of an alleged orig- inal defect of constitutional powe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 June 1850

iMimuwMwmwwr w MliJUHHiiiHHPtiiiwn mmnmi MM PimpniJiinn i i iijf IWKaH "(BIBWwwittp lUMpmi nil 111 MP"V'' ni rfjp'W. v . .? . l wa.H 8 MMMrM--li:-lMgf7fPM.-irir g.!?wSJlMV m 1WHFM wWBB I I If portions of it; and thus tho instrument in someof its most im- Wpbrtant provisions; mights become inbporativo aiid'fiWnlfd. " ' i an. Butwnatovafcmayba tho conduct of individual'StatesthadU' ly oj. MO uonoroi uovermoru. is ponecuy ciear. ir.m uuiy ia rto 'amend th'a oxisting law aud to provide an offectual remedy for tho recovery of fugitive from service or labor In devising U.suchiTi remedy Congress-ought. Whilst on Ono hand securing to utho tfwnor tho fair restdration of his property dffectuolly to guard oonrtho othcr agairlsfcdny: abuses iintho application of that remo- mdyW' y At "u . -' ' '- srfl Ia-ul cases of arrest within a State of-persons charged with .!6fforices?i in :alllcasov)ftha pursuit of fugitives from justice from ono State to another State ; in cases of oxtraditidn provid- ; ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 June 1850

Ezxai w TfrrfiHanmrriiriiri' ...n wm ffl' riiwrhnwriTBiii'-iTu ?jjeLmU(jj !QQHfttf2& rgm .-v-rrnt w vm -- Mo ft' MS r . i . MARRIED i T . . 1W rtMicnh nVi Mnndnv lhn Q7I). i.ii i iicv. J. W. Phillips. Mr.'ClUUNCEY B. Sabin id Miss Mntf A. Hamdmn. . . ri-i On Wednesday (he 15lh ult. at the residence of Mrs. M Morrison on Gal- veston Bay; by the llev. Mr. Pierce Mr. StkuMo N. Dodib to Miss Mary J In Marshall on the 29th April by the Rev. Wm. Witt Hon J. M. Clouoh; to Miss Louisa Van Zandt. . .uf In the same place on the 15th ult. by the Rev. W. Witt at the residence of her father W. T. Scott Miss Mauy E. Scott to Mr. W. 11. Watson. In Henderson Rusk county.-on Thursday evening the 2nd April by ' ' v. Wm. II Johnson Ben Smit-heh Esq. to Miss Lauiia daughter of J. NY. I' inna- ganisq DIED In Marshall onl the 8th ult. Martha N daughlcrof A.P. and Sarah I-isiier. In the same place on the Gth ult. Mrs Eliza Adkins wife of George B. Ail- kins aged 3'i years and 2 months. . At Ma rni.tpn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 June 1850

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 June 1850

VL.-1 ;J M VilH K': J MWKlbK :-toyb aarfR riiti; m ' ji" u:j -(f ni PflMV o :'!' . i ". -raiusjfejtw STATE 'V' -jM iT-T." f. -wj -.- - . fHiuiwHMr wvWiij.--'fv ' iajtfBHWFf53BBBBBPWI JWBJMMTfPWBRfaw-i jFKHlHnEMH&MrHBMUiMfHA'tappiBmPlh. UBWBIBBMMKtemBfc iiMHlllrllHlfl B. ffJLniwffi -". . f.tr. . .... Y0L. 1. JUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JONE 15 1&50. NO " -Uit Mt r!; 'i - - "' THE. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. ;5v(vi" Is published on Saturdays' -Vii v :BY WILLIAM IT. dUSHNEYJ " .. t Public Printer. H; ' !$ v; .TERMS.. SUOSCIUPTION. Four Dollars per Volume cf lifty-two numbers. Single numbers Ten Cenls. In. all cases payment in advance will be required of Sub- scribers living out of the County of Travis or the amount' assumed by a respon- sible resident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will bo no respect of persons or deviation from our terms on any account whatever. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square of seven lines or less for t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 June 1850

wr . J .i WUB mn GAZETTE: JUNE 15 CWP f i i OT ' TEE STATE GAZETTE. AUSTIN SATURDAY JUNE 5 -1850. rvWpare authorised to nnnounco GEO. W PASCHAL ns n candidate frjthe djTiee of ATTORNEY GENERAL pf Iho .Statcot the AUgat election. rjEJr )Vc are authorised to announce JAMES "W. RE1LEY ns a candidate or liO OHiCC ol ASSESSOR ifc CO LLUCTUK lor J" tho 'eleoHon. 'ravls county nt the August jr Wfl are authorised to announce EDWIN SEIDERS as ft candidate for the office of DISTRICT CLERK for Travis county at the August election. jJr'W'e ore authorised to announce GEO. 'W. SCOTT as a candidate for the Office of SHERIFF ol Travis courtly nUliu August flection. i i . . jV We are authorized to announce JOHN M. COSTLY as a candidate for theoffice of DISTRICT CLERK for Travis County at tho August election. jCr Wo are authorised to announce E. STERLING C ROBERTSON as a candidate lor me oincc ol uumi' 1 icuL.L.i'ji; at tne August election. J3r We are authorised to announce R. D. McANELLY as a candid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 June 1850

-$r7"-f z rrwrirvr: ) " m.'JB2 1850- TEXAS STATED (IAZEOT. 7$0 . u Frontier Defence. : ' ' Thb list of posts description of ti'oopsand names of officers which we copy into our columns to-day from the Picayunc.is no doubt authentic as far as it goes. But (ho impression (tho state mont is likely to produce in the minds of thoso not acquainted- with all tho facts is that tho efficient military force of the eighth department is ample to give all necessary protection to tho fron- tiers. This however is notoriously not tho case. The compa- nies aro generally moro skeletons and but a small proportion of them mounted. A considerable number aro continually required for escorts and garrison duty and thus tho force actually availa- ble for field service w.hon required by the inroads of tho Indians along a lino of a thousand miles of frontier is so reduced as to be altogether inadequate for anything like proper protection. The Adjutant General in his annual report states the number of officers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 June 1850

sftH TOBiwra hi i iiniini iippijPimii.pnim" n i ii u ii '- Bi. Eft-- ?'' J-f fe K. fhv - ).;.. to ' r'-" & ' - .'i;' &" 'P.. ....... k ' J"- JJajMlffJP' -'" 0D) . .I'miuiim.n.i i i .1 i ill i uii....n. i i mi 'fni)'-7l Ml n STATE GAZETTE. es"6ii thbi2dof4lay31f. P.' -P. Stanton from the Gommitteoori Naval' Affairs' mado the folowirig report : Tho Committed Mi Naval Affairs t6 whom was referred heme- morialiofrtno officers of tho late 'lexas navy praywg to oe m-M.'-'wIJ .'..i..4l. ....... i1. YT-.lls..! .C.V. .7..j tUl .jSrJioclai)ns of tlio memorialists to be admitted into the navy ..vuEoiTuti Jciuftl'fodtin;g Withillc'Oflicori of then1 respective grades &tiiSifartad' ns n iintti of 'rfaht to tlititri-' ntitl of fair obligation bti tho part bf "the United SUues under the; terms pf tho.tosplu tions of annexation which form the compact of union between this Government and Texas By her assent to those resolutions j&cxas agrped.to cede to the- Ignited States" all public ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 June 1850

. ;mi.i." ' " wnwipwmMi -W"r "-"JM ' "t- GAZETTE. .' t - L' 'fgBT : 881 PUBLIC MEETING. t A large and general meeting of the citizens of Austin and the - County of Travis assembled pursuant to adjournment at the ' capitol tin Tuesday the 11th inst. at two o'clock p. m. to reccivo ' the report of the committee appointed at the previous mooting on the subject of the late movement at Santa Fo for tho formation of a State government within tho limits and in violationof the ter- ritorial rights of Texas. Chief Justice Hemphill resumed the chair. k Judge Oldham on behalf of (ho committeeMessrs'. John Hemphill W. S. Oldham John Hancock W. D. Miller P. De Cordova James B. Shaw Joseph Rowe and S. G. Sneed pre- sented the following report and resolutions : Rcporti The committee in tho discharge of tho duties which devolved upon them by virtue of their appointment have agreed to and submit to the consideration of this meeting the accompanying rpsolutions. Most of tho propositions therein asser...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 June 1850

TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. JUKE 15 U; infTfit)r1iselves ioiioi-ljunsdictiori and of their refusal to submit 'l&'iHb lawful pfiieors'tid agents Mpf the State authorized to Arlfahizo Uie cduntry bT tlibir efforts to detach that poftipn of tlid Country from 'tho State and credt the same intoa separate Territo- ry orjstdtb havo placed themselves and are in a stftte of insurrec- " tidn to tne govornmciu anu laws 01 sam puw anu mai me same 's5lioijI'd bo suppressed. :yli Resolved That wo bollove tho honor integrity atid rights jjtfai the Stato domand that immediate prompt and offlcient means Pslibttld bo addptcd to put down the insurrectionary uild rebellious Pfnbveraonts in Snjnta F5 and to extend and maintain thojurisdic- tlqn of the State over that portion of her territory. CvV;15. ResOlvdd That as citizens of Texas; wo tender to the V?UVU111U1 Ui VIJI" Kl "U wv.. ..... .v- ...j.it '&pr of all tho cdnstitutional means ho may see fit to employ in Enforcing the jurisdiction and" laws o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 June 1850

rfllt- - vrrTJpm -f" """"WOW TEXAS STATE G-AZETTI 333: Meteorological ObservationsAustin City. Week ending June 12 1850. T. 0 F. 7 S. 8 Sun. 0. M. 10 T. 11 W. la a 55 e g - e e 70 b 77 71 70 72 C9 71 GO 75 80 77 71 83 71 71 85 77 71 83 70 WIND. IlKMAtlKS. Calm. SE N. SE SE S. stt. Raining overcast. Oveac'st shower. Raining. Scattered clouds rain. Rainscat'dcrds rain. Cl'dy sl.'wrs.sclldcl'd Scattered clouds rain. The numbers in this column denote the force of wind : 0 calm G storm. DIED inn.imntlnn of the brain Mary Ellen daughter of Dr. Fr anefs and Wary C. Pugh; aged Ave years At the residence of her father in Lavaca county Tcias on the 25th ol May Autem'sia daughter of Maryland Jones aged about 12 years formerly of Pike county Missouri. Steel Corn Mills ASSORTED sizes just rocoicd nndfor salolly Juno 15 1C50 HANCOCK &. CO. 2500 I.aal)er. FEET Woatherbords; 10000 fcot Juno 15 1050. Rough Edge for salo by t HANCOCK & CO. 2 A A A I'8. Now Bacon Sides; 1000 lbs. Cnnnssed Hams...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 June 1850

H1HI1IUiiiiiiiiiiiiuhihummimie WWIPI 'TiSSimifW'.rfi i" wMfijyiiiTiji1 W'.'wn fiMiii lymnxf' TEXAS STATE GAZETTE' JUNE 15 ' JffiEEESS 4 y -"' "- - ..-jit.'. 'i i i iff n "i tTLJCCEp TT TJPf b R. v?A Wui ' nnnvivir Mr $MJM.'fUi JL JCi JWr ti J MK Corner of 'Congress Avenue $ Pecan Street f j AUSTIN TEXAS. Wkelesate t JHeUH dealer 1h FfcrcteA and Domestic Staple "ml FM?.OQ'M Clothing Boon Shoos Hut Caps Soilillery Cuttlcry GtingCrzif wfatOj Tin wore Groceries Ffvllpn Liquors &c. &c. pw'i. i. C IfOKlfS mf-Ific ale 4 is Hoots Shoes antl Hats U 'J NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA. SOtf Vl - im-kon; AiiAM s & co. Re'cclVliftFWTUiy an Commission Merchants " " JfyaTcvs in Groceries $c. and general Texas 30 ' cmVARB JIAOi Texas Iand Ag cnt) And orn'm i asJoti dr 6f Deeds for tho Statd .iS'J- ' N No. 5 Morcliont' Kjtphnngd Kow Orfonnk. ' r - ' " I -- S-i M'V 'HAItfCOCK & CO. Wholesale and Hetall dealers in general Merchandize 0 -i i "Corner Congress Avenuo and Pecan Street. 'tu- ' (Oppo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 June 1850

V imiii ij i iijBi1iBiiWBjHjMijiMgi'f -.;.. u .. r 0f . iji i l' I'iT'lXMi M'j'ATH 51 KT rri"V i' r. r 3iw; ""' ." '' !' STATE 'TasBMjm j ;. .t ' ' .- ' jiii CxAJci JL J. JE ...- ' "'uU-'V. '.' "(..' f OL. 1. vr .lUSTII TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 22. 1850. r t rv. ME 11 .I" THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE Is published on Saturdays BY WILLIAM II. OUSHNBY Public Printer. :t "i (f TERMS SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Volume cl Mly-two numbers. Single numbers Ten Cents. In nil caes payment in adftincc will be required ofSub- scribers Jiving uut of the County of Travis or the amount assilmeu by a respon- sible resident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will be no respect of persons or deviation from our terms on any account whatever. ADVBHT1S1NG. Advertisements will be iriseried-ol One Dollar' per square of seven lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each continuance; One-half these charges will be made to those who advertise' by the year with the privileg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 June 1850

i jji in p i JllTllll! WW ...i7 JTw PWMWUW mx uwunt T.. J" FT" ' w" f "ViC " " Wi'WP"fi'- ""wi'j'Wiii"Win;ipwiiiJi'f"i S. ' x. .1 MlMMWWMMIil Mmiwffinii iii i iiim )ri mimtht TEXAS STATE GAZETTE: 836 JUNE 22 " ." ;'! ll C t fc n i i i i .t J. 1 k 'f u! p AUSTIN SATffllD AY JUNE 22r1850. rjr Wo re n-wViorlscd to announce GEO. W TASCUAL ns n candidate fortheoiSce'ofA3iXORSBX GENERAL "of live Slate at the Augurt clectioh. - - - - -- ' II ii rTr "V-- --T ' ' 1 . i Jjr Ve are authorised to announce JAMES "W. ItElLEY as a candidate ior tho office oi ASSESSOR & COLLECTOItf for TravU county at the August election. IdT We pre authorised to announce EDWIN 8EIDERS ns 'a? candidate for the office bf DISTRICT CLERK for Travis county nl the August election. wS3r We nra authorised to announce GEO. W;. SCOTT ns a candidate for the office of SHERIFF ol Travis county at the August election. drWcare riulWlied td announce JOHN M. COSTLY as a candidate for the office of DISTRICT CLERI for Travis Cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 June 1850

-'."' & Kl TEXAS 'STATE GAZETTE: !' The last Legislature and the Santa Fb Question While alluding to the sins or commission and omission It mny bo well for our Legislature that the latter are not viewed as being quite 83 criminal as the for- mer; for if they were the voice of Indignation would arise throughout the length and breadth of our State and would eventually send back to the retiracy f pri- vate life tome o our members accompanied too. with the execration ol their constituents for omitting through perverseness md obstinacy making the neces- sary provisions for this contingency although fully warned of It by the Exec- utive. South Western American. .We aro sorry that the South- Western American should have deemed it proper to animadvert in llio forogoing terms upon ihe omission of the last Legislature to adopt the measures recom- mended by the Govornor in relation to Santa Fe. As' much as wo regret such omission we think it would bo altogether unfair to ascribe it to ' pc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 June 1850

m '&-' '$!&"Wn!Ph (rfr"" 'nw . I Wlijnimpiyiii lni ..iiy ijh.11 )p --WJtTf-T-iflinr' fcta IF t? J. . L in ijtttiinii ti . .)mm ii.'Af.uyiii j -... -. -j ; Masaaaiw j iLJfl.nUi.l. .'- .- iiTi -i ' '-!" .J.....m?ii.mSii! TEXAS STATE GAZETTE; JUNE 22 AMNIONS OFTIIE WmmM couut of texas "bkvfli ftAfifDON Plff. In Error vs.WA'YNE BAiltON Deft in Etror. f'jSarty to ud charged has ho rljfut (6 (Sxpect it and cannot ba injured blhc want lofit. ' o'lii"; 3. Where contract for the sale of chattels are broken by ihe failure of the ven- dor to deliver the property according to the terms uf the contract the measure of damaged Is the difference between the price contracted to be paid and the value4 of tho. article attho lime it -was lube delivered. i h Whorcpasl) has been advanced by the purchaser the rule sceraa to be that the datnriges should be calculated at the price on the day of trial 7r .Wheeler Justice delivered the opinion of the court. . i ThePrldaritin errobrotight suit against ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 June 1850

1HppftHHHlJBPBSHBW 'v- Jvi -- -n. i TEXAS 'STATE G-AZETTE. transcdrso do tiempo que c siguio fi'su plfui'tlficacion "y produ joron tambien las lisoujeras esporanzrts do los gpces do uuh pu: diiradern en In gmn ecstcnsion do nliestrn frontorn Las agradablcs premisas quo ccsitnron las amistosas demostrn- cioues do los Indios mni promo dosnpnrecieron y fueron susti- tuidns por trisies desengnnos; do modo qite los mns ordientes y cclosos sostenedorcs del sistomn do In adoption do Tratados so cbn- vencioron finnlmenie do quo moras estipulnciones ernn insufici- cntcs por si solas ; y con ol tiempo so cnnsaron do abogar por In colebrncion do olios (los trntados) y mlicho mas teniGildo & la vistn 1n nrnp.hfis Inmentables do su inefieacia nnrri con el lndio snlvnje. Una nmnrgn ecspericntin ha demostrndo evidentemen- te que nndn menos quo una activa vijiluncin soslenidn por una fuerza militnrcompctcnto podrSproducir Inestnbilidnd do los tra- tndos que con el tltulo do un amistoso convenio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 June 1850

I" -ar JUKE 22 v f 9h& t x CerresiMtlesce eflhc. State Gazette. 4fl7yt8' compronlUpinamgemcnt by Texas creditors Mr. Glotheiis' amhihttha President and his noiiactionpoticy ' thh Galnhin'claim and Mr. Crhwford. Had. its lniiuerteo in bringing forth that portion of it provides forthe payment of the debt of Texas Ithink is ; and it may bo tfiat some arc a littld tinctured with both. ttic Galnhin'ciam and Mr. Crawford ' - " New Oiu.eans May 30 1850. Mf?? Editor' :-By telegraphic report from Washington up to ihe'Bth nist.j thd miscalled compromise of tho committee of thir- jgonwns still lingering in thd Seiiao. ' No bno seems to 1jo able 'fto predict with any degree of certainty what its ultimate fate ill bd in that over dignified and aigust body. Those who still 'believe the moraV honesty of Senators above suspicion think the ''nicasuro will bo defeated. But thoso who believe that even 'Senators may be bought or that they will sacrifice almost every thing to pcrsonat or party advan...

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