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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 September 1845

l X 'Wtp'"i? T V Ii-.-i' I'."kw$ frftWMi:94& -t i JAi5?. i Sfrjkl&l ' WKWtBnf ' . x jTl Tn' Ti "" vr:Hm m U 'v -" -v -'W -ar j-s. to&&j&tW '3 .Jr. V r - v "NATIOWAIi REGISTER. LTRIAJLQSTRATgfsLlA PI0NIT7TI & VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER IS 1815. NO. 41 T ...." . . r ... eKmaHBtamBftsmmmiKmf3W& zskr k . -Hpw-- "S" r-.' T-Ti 8-- 1 r ' --r'nrrflVP t n I TT 3ISiSISwSSIMlSI5yTvWi3W54fe jLMllMLJlM(tIInli " ' -'Ura.graEsSlMfclEMIETre.glMlliJA!rartl hMnmff gPR'p ffi TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS D Y MILLER&CUSHNEY rUBLIC PKIXTERS. Suhscription. Five dollars per annum ; three tlol- irs for six months and two dnllnis fur since months-. Adverting. For vnc'i squuic of 1 00 words or mi- nor Jirst iilfcortion one dollar. For e.ioh subsequent insertion fifty cents. A deduction of fifty ricr cent will lie made upon rearlv advertisements with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for cfiicc ten dollars...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 September 1845

33 & T EX ArS JTA-l&IQrN AL E G I S T ER. September IS tedbe eligible to auy civil office of profit under this State which shall have been created or the emoluments of which may hare been in- creased during such term t and no member of either House of the Legislature shall du- ring the term for which he is elected be eli- gible to any office or place the appointment to which may be made in whole or in part by either branch of the Legislature ; nor shall the members thereof be capable of voting for a member of their own body for any office whatever except it be in such cases as are lirin nrovided. The President for the time being of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives shall be elected from their respective bodies. Sec 25. No Judge of any Court of law or equity Secretary of State Attorney Gene- ral Clerk of any Court of record Sheriff or Collector or any person holding a lucrative office uuder the United States or this State or any foreign Government shall b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 September 1845

1 - September 18 TEXASNATlOtf At REGISTER. Governor shall exercise the powers and au- thority appertaining to the office of Governor until another be chosen at the periodical elec- tion for Governor and be duly qualified or until the Governor impeached absent or dis- abled shall be acquitted return or his disa- bility be removed. Sec. 13. Whenever the Government shall be administered by the Lieut. Governor or he hall he unable to attend as President of the Senate the Senate shall elect one of their own tn&mhers as President for the time being. . And if duiintr the vacancy of the office of Governor the Lieut. Governor shall die re- sign refuse to serve or he removed from office or he unahle to serve or if he shall be impeach- ed or absent from the Stale the President of the Senate for Hie time being shall in like manner administer the government until he shall be superseded by a Governor or Lieut. Governor; the Lieut. Governor shall whilst he acts as President of the Senate recei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 September 1845

3!areiecs:'. ? - TJErXA8.NiArTJ0K(4LrRCSPA. mifmmwrjfBfi f ...-" w-. September 1 ion jnto this State' of slave? Wlio liavVcora- mitted high crimes in other states or terntorie. They shall have the right to pass laws to per- mit the owners of slaves to emancipate them saving the rights of creditors and preventing them from becoming a public charge They shall have full power to pass laws which will oblige the owners of slaves to treat them with humanity; to provide for them necessary food and clothing ; to abstain from all inju- ries to them extending to life or limb ; and in case of their neglect or refusal to comply with the directions of such laws to have such slave or slaves taken from such owner and sold for the benefit of such owner or owners. They may pass laws to prevent slaves from being brought into this State as merchandize only. Sec. 2. In the prosecution of slaves for crimes of a higher rrade than petit larceny the Legislature shall have no power to de- prive them of an i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 September 1845

IT- -J ptniber 18 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER I t.-.. i . !H f f 5 i- '- J V I U '. m V Ml v - be erected into a new State to be. culled the State of Texas with i Republican form of Government to be adopted by the people of said Republic by deputies hi Convention assembled with the consent of the exist- ing Government iu order that the same may be admitted as one of the States of ibis Union. " 2. And be it further resolved That the foregoing consent ot Congress is given upon the following conditions and with the following guarantees to wit : First. Said State to be formed subject lo the adjustment by this Government of n.'T -nr j Tin i L by the President thereof on the day of 1845 ; and also upon the adoption or rejection of the Constitution made an'd prepared by their delegates in convention assembled for the formation of a state go- vernment in accordance with said propo- sition. 2d. Be it further ordained by the au- thority aforesaid That at the election to oe neld at each of said po...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 September 1845

.' -?'- -J-S-Ji..-. 4 7T 6 .V ' t rl I y ; i y uVM T E X A S JK A JT I ON JLL RE fill.S TJSLB . ?epteiber lo tires shall in presence of both branches of the Legislature open the returns of the lection for Governor and Lieut. Governor count and compare the votes; and declare the names of the persons who shall be elected to the office of Governor and that of Lieut. Governor who shall forthwith be installed in their respective offices and the Legislature shall proceed as early as practi- cable to elect senators to represent this state in the Senate of the United States. Sec. 9. It shall be the duty of the Presi- dent of Texas immediately after the inau- guration of the Governor to deliver up to him all records public money documents archives and public property of every de- scription whatsoever under the control of the executive branch of the government and the Governor shall dispose of the same in such manner as the Legislature may di- rect. Sec. 10. That no inconvenience may result f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 September 1845

r ""f f Aptetnber 19 TEXAS NAfTtQAL REGISTER 327 n V ' ( Hferson Hicks Holland Irion Jewell Latimer of L. Latimer of R. It. Lewis Lumpkin Lipscomb McGdwan McNeill Navarro Rains Smyth Slandefer Tar- rant Ochiltree Van Zandt Wright and Young 31. Noes Messrs. President Anderson Baylor Brown Cali well Caznean Cun- ningham Darnell Gage Hgg Horton Stewart. Hunter. Jones Love Lusk Mayfield Parker Runnels Scoit and j While 21. So he previous question was ordered. The main question being the engross- ment of the schedule. The ayes ami noes were called and stood as follows Ayes Messrs. Armsrong of R. Bag- by Baylo Bache Brashear Brown Burroughs Clark Cunningham Cuney Darnell Evans Forbes Hemphill. Hen- derson Hicks Stewart Holland Irion Jewett Jones. Latimer of L. Latimer of R. R. Lewis Lumpkin Lipscomb Mc- Gowan McNeill Navarro Parker Rains Scott Smyth Standefer Tarrant Ochil- tree Van Zandt Wright and Young 39. Noes Messrs. President Anderson Caldwell Cazneau Gage Hogg Horton Hunter Love Lu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 September 1845

fc ' lH . V" -- - v-- w E8L i.. ?U 1Fltt1U- W TEXASNATf04REG4StER. n.n-'fTl H y V. September .Igs Crockett Races. r-- TJic Fallmcctinjr of the Crockett Jockey Club will -commence on the last Tcueday in October next and contiuuc three days: First day. Jockey Club Purse $1?5 mile heats free for a 113 horse mare or gcldms carrying their ap- propriate weights according lb the rules of this Club with an allowance of 3 pounds to marcs and geldings. Entrance 10 per cent. Second day 1 . C. Purse $200 two mile heats conditions as before. Third day J. C. Purse $G0 three mile heats conditions as before. There is $30Q.sct apart by the C. J Club as a l'urse for a stallion stake to be run over said course on Mon- day preceding the first clay race with f.'00 entrance added to the said Purse to be run 4 mile heats carry- ing 103 pounds upon each four or more to make the stake; :o name and close 1st tiny of October 1345. There arc 3 subscribers to the above Stallion Slake to wit: John I. Buiton P. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 September 1845

j'ljfif?mt rF Jfr:g SfeBElilSB. $- m- rfvt-SWM'" hi: S. TLSiSSf-5arii E.r?-...- rr -i-jtt "rJl "fessasv?? -si'r-r-eiCr- SSSS REGISTER. NATIONAL g P RO PATRtA NOSTROtSLI A VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1815. NO. 42 i Ml I I HIi 3rtiSSvi fTTT s-rf'sj-? Ml Ji'mSSsssc i":TsA').)ftjHjs'iL"i'iL... :?3 jpjpjTA.fir!. TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS BY MILLER & CUSHNEY PUBLIC rillXTEUS. TEKMS. Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for six months and two dollars for three months. Advertising. For each square o 100 words or un- der first insertion one dollar. For e?.ch subsequent insertion fifty cents. A deduction of fifty per cent will be made upon yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for ofiicc ten dollars Postmasters Sheiitis and Clerks of Courts are specially autiioiized to piucurcsub.-crinlions and ad" vcrliscnients and collect and remit the money therefor. An allowance of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 September 1845

330 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. September 25 n. -. .1 uil I I I J"1IW '''-WMWWWMMalM ted.be eligible tnany civil office of profit under shall elect one Senator; the counties of Co. House of the Legislature for wilful nclect of .oTorne I I h i " ' this State which shall have been created or loi ado and Fayette the fourteenth district duty or other reasonable cause which ahull bribed y.crtlu's and regulatiitus pr- the emoluments of which may have been in- shall elect one Senator ; tin: counties of Bus not he sufficient ground for impeachment fcj" 'it l" ". w. creased during such term and no member trop and Travis the fifteenth district shall provided however" that the cause or causes ' such -I !ce.s sf Pejce shall have of either House of the Legislature shall du-1 elect one Senator ; the counties of Washing- for which such removal shall he reciuired beoo'i n" ""mal Jriictiou as shall ring the term for which he is elected be eli- ton and Allium the sixteenth district "ahull shall he state...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 September 1845

September 25 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER 331 ' wlwlJ 'M-aKBHIHiail Governor .-hall exercise the powers and an- tli Governor fail to make nominations to fill ihority appertaining to tin: office of Governor until another be ciiuseu at the periodica! elce- tion for Governor and be duly qualified or until the Governor impeached absent or dis- any vacanev during the session of the Senate ! such vacancy shall not be filled by the Go vernor until the next meeting ot the senate.. Sec. 21. The Governor shall reside do ring abled shall be acquitted return or his di.-a- the session of the Legislature at the place bilily be removed. j where their sessions may he held and at all Sec. 13. Whenever the Government shall oilier times wherever in their opinion the be administered by the Lieut. 'Gowruor or he public good may requite. shall be unable to attend as President of the Sec. 22. No person holding the office of Senate the Senate shall elect one of their own Governor shall hold any other office or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 September 1845

' ' 4 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER 333 September 25 ' i tion into this State of slaves who have com- mitted high crimes in other states or territories. They shall have the right to pass laws to per- mit the owners of slaves to emancipate them saving the rights of creditors and preventing them from becoming a public charge They shall have full power to psiss laws which will oblige the owners of slaves to treat them with humanity; to provide for them necessary food and clothing; to abstain from all inju- ries to them extending to life or limb ; and in case of their neglect or refusal to comply with the directions of such laws to have such slave or slaves taken from such owner and sold for the benefit of such owner or owners. They may pass laws to prevent slaves from being brought into this State as merchandize only. f Sec. 2. In the prosecution of slaves tor crimes of a higher grade than petit larceny the Legislature shall have no power to de- prive them of an impartial trial by a petit ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 September 1845

September 25 texas Rational register 333 be erected iu my sympathy; but while told by a friend residing in Washington State of Texas with a Republican form of I examined the act of your Congress and that "I could" he thought "more readily .. ii.i.. i . - r--- r w i-t"w-c wnuaw umue in pursuance oi u Dy of said Republic by deputies in Convention ; General Lamar and rendered to Dr. Car- assembled with the consent of the exist- roll every other service in my power I ing Government in order that the same declined any participation in his enter- may be admitted as one of the States of this Union. " 2. And be it further resolved. That the foregoing consent ot Congress is given upon the following conditions and with the following guarantees to wit: First. Said State to be formed subject prize. I returned to America in October 1841 ; and in the winter following received a letter from him covering an assignment to me and the other partners or original contraclorsm England of five shares.or o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 September 1845

J A U T-W NATIONAL REGISTER. cfe set on their vacant lands by the States TEXAS "NATIONAL REGISTER. of Virginia and Kentucky; who exacted - 1 ho settlement or colonization of the pur- is.?sJsrr.v to chasers. The one demanded and has so . . done since as well as during the American TlllMWDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1845. revolution but two cents jjer acre for her j - 2.JL vacant lanus: me alter since uei sc nia- y vv. :n -... i.t . i- i -.-- - i . .i . ' u 3 U(!l" In ci mr last week in unnonn Hon from innnia. but three cents per . . "ll"lllmi 4 acre. Consider the relative necessities of those States and of the Ropublic of Texas : that the laws of Virginia were dictated hy their authors expressly for revenue while the policy of Texas till the last adminis- tration of her government looked to popu- lation alone. Under the Mexican Gov- ernment the grants to individuals some- times embraced eleven leagues: while un- der the Republic a head-right gave title until a few years past to a league and a la...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 September 1845

-v - eptember 25 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER 335 i j in mil urn j ! miji We understand tlr.it the steamer Dayton t Mie lime in the service of the United Slates ovfernmeut:U Corpus Chrii some days ago hurst her boiler killing Liutuimiit Berry and Hiius?and three privates U. 5 army and badly scalding Capt. Werit and killing: two neirro boys one belongiii to Capi. Tiehenor and the oilier to Gen. ii. Ii. Harrison of this nlace. The boat is said lo be a wieck. By the next arrival uoin vi;iivotttj:i we shall probably learn the particulars. Mil. SMITH'S LETTEK. OHIO K1VK!; Stkassbuat Piter.. ) August iO.h 15345. ) To the Editor of the L ivihttu Dear ftiu 1 ' ached t.iiieiunaii this iiiorn-m-ron my lvturu to i exas iuviUij beui de- tained svii'ml Jys on the road bv a severe cold . uli iiicilr paruAysjUis of fever. 1 hall stop . sin.ri iinie a; it-:ophis to look al- ter some pi iwt.- bn.-i.UA and thr.nce proceed without ucUy to Galveston. I have been !is;o use aware ihe subject if much abas;' an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 September 1845

Mi -flt? 336 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. September 25 Crockett Races J. D. GROESBEECK Importer and Dealer in If rugs Medicines Paints Oils Dycstuffs Chemicals Glassware Perfumery fyc. fyc. Corner of Avenue D. ant' twenty-third street GALVES TON And next door lo Torroy fc Bro. Alain street The Fall meeting of the Crockett Jockey Club will commence on the last Tcusday in October next and oontiuuo three days: First (far Jockey Club Purse $125 mile heats free for any horse mare or gelding carrying their ap- propriate weights according to the rules of ihis Club with an allowance of 3 pounds lo marcs and geldings. Entrance 10 per cent. Second day J . C. Purse $200 two mile heats conditions as before. Third day J. C. Purse $2G0 three mile heats conditions as before. There is $300set apart by the C. J- Club as al'urse for a stallion slake lo be run over said course on Mon- day preceding the firsl day race with f 300 entrance added to the said Purse to be run 4 mile heats carry- ing 100 pounds ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 2 October 1845

iv f i H1 n rtJL r?. ' f& mMHTMM VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2 1815 NO. 43 CSi it F"3U. rer-S5k--c. ' m--jt -iijaj?s.f-25-" - -t . F S&& .ilfcX&JfC-k.UI .--- . -s 4?.-i"S"r"!i'..ilM ."'.vja... .j-t. yv 5PV- i-ar.- - - --- 4 .Kil- fil'1 M 4Ev r - r ! riji . TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER . i PUBLISHED OX TliUUSDAYS gUY MILLERS CUSI1NEY rUBLIC PRINTERS. TERMS. 'Subscription. Five iloilait- per annum ; three dol- lrs for tix aicnths and two doilHis for thicc months. Advertising. Fjij each square ol 100 words ortin- . der tirst insertion one dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. A deduction of fifty per cent will he made upon yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing the SHtne quartet ly. Attiiounccmer.Mifjandidatcs for oilioc len dollars 1'ostm.ibids r;it:iiirf and Cliks of Courjs are specially auihoiizcd to jtiocure suh.-criptions atd kd" vertiscmiMits. and culled and rounl lite money thciefor. All allowance of ten per cent upon ail suni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 2 October 1845

338 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER October 2 rnmrmn m led be eligible t any civil office of profit under this Stale which shall have been created or the emoluments of which may have been in- creased during such term; mid no member of either House of the Legislature shall du- ring the term for which he is elected be eli- gible to any office or place the appointment to which may be made in whole or in part by either branch of the Legislature ; nor shall the members thereof be capable of voting for a member of their own body for any alliee whatever except it be in such cases as sue herein provided. The President for the time bein" of the Senate and Speaker of tne House of Representatives shall be elected from their respective bodies. Sec. 25. No Judge of any Court of law or equity Secretary of State Attorney Gene- ral Clerk of any Court of record Sheriff or Collector or any person holding a lucrative office under the United States or this State or any foreign Government shall be eligible to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 2 October 1845

October 2 TEXASNAT10NAL REGISTER. 339 Governor shall exercise the powers nud au- " thority appertaining to the office of Governor until another be chosen at the periodical elec- tion for Governor and be duly qualified or until the Governor impeached absent or dis- abled shall be acquitted return or his disa- bility be removed. Sec. 13. Whenever the Government shall be administered by the Lieut. Governor or he shall be unable to- attend as President of the Senate the Senate shall elect one of their own members as President for the time being. And if during the vacancy of the office of Governor the Lieut. Governor shall die re- sign refuse to serve or be removed from oflice or be unable lo serve or if he shall be impeach- ed or absent from the State the President of the Senate for the time being shall in like manner administer the government until lie shall be superseded by a Governor or Lieut. Governor; the Lieut. Governor shall whilst be nets as President of the Senate receive for h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 2 October 1845

3L 310 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. October 2 Kxrwvwtwm fl'JTJ. LNU.MPK '' i ! linn into this Slate of slave who h:ve com- milted high crimes in other slatestir territories. Thev shall have the risht to pass laws to per- mit the ovncrs'of slaves to emancipate them savin the rights of creditors and preventing them from becoming a public charge Thev Khali have full power to pass laws which will oblige the owners of slaves to treat them with humanity; to provide for them necessary food and clothing ; to abstain from nil inju- ries to them extending to life or limb ; and in case at their neglect or refusal to comply with the directions of such laws to have such slave or slaves taken from such owner and sold for the benefit of such owner or owners. Thev may pass laws to prevent slaves from bein brought into this State as merchandize only. Sec. 2. In the prosecution of slaves for crimes of a higher grade than petit larceny the Legislature shall have no power to de- prive them of an impartial ...

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