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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 July 1838

--3r-S?- -ws&m r v , fMmtm 9 ZHtt3s -wS-p?1 iS&l y ir: - T" -c if... - ... x-r- "i? ji.. - . - 5S ",. & r,-,-r - r -.V --f". ... JZ3t--5. - I "3 "x. . T. n. t-i T-W :J r ' 5 .- -il ,3-.. trx ITtO.IO. 143. -iSl-V sssrs ,. i ." v vffy't " ' .t&j&r .-b3& 55 v ip-sijo ITirmNAT.S OF THE nOUSE OF KEFHESUiNXAilvi, S&sflrfSESSION-id CONGRESS (Published by ord:r of tha Hoiug.) rCuiiKuctf.i 6.;Siii!t "- - kSSU.-"7 im!VT?iii-jS- RruS?. ..a,1 On m, .linn of Mr. Gaul, the bill to aiuliorwc ihs clerks gggpVthcdirtcfaml cSmity courts O appoint depuiios was taken: up on i8f?5-!lfJKP?s.n3 reading. On muiiiin oi Mr. uuSh, me wu ic4m.:u rrisr-'-"' -:- r . .. Thh)eiUinn-f Mwgnret Jamison was tnken up, and iniefii lit- gu-tine, was taken up on its second reading. Mr. Thompson offered a substitute, which was adoptedand on his motion the rule was suspended, and the hill read by its, title and passed. A joint resolution authorizing the county courts to "rant bank charters, w.is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 July 1838

. jCvis-- - Jf ' -,.-. -il? I? HU m m S-AJI'SS' gi?- - lief o'f Ccoruejl. Clifton, waVluVchlupjon' itsVscojn'dfrcading, An act-to incorporate the Texas StcanfMill Company was takenup 'On its second reading, rule susiitncU",jind -Yeadrthird time ' Ayes and noes on its final passage" I', - ' AYTESy Messrs. Speaker, -Baker, Clark, Grigsby, Jones of Austin, Jones of Brazoria, Jack, Linn, Mcnefee, Fouton,-10 NUfiii, Messrs. Branch, Brcnnan, Douglass, English, Gaat, Kill, McKinney, Ficrpont, Rowlett, Sutherland, Thomp- son Thornton, 13. " : An act to lake the census of the republic was taken up on ,, its second r'eadiug. . On motion of Mr. Husk, the following pro- viso was added. Provided That such compensation shall not exceed one dollar for each fimily. Adopted. Mr. Jones of . Brazoiia, ofTered a substitute for the bilj providing that the as- sessors of "direct tax should take the census. .A es and noes ..-Stood, ,i- AYES, Messrs. Baker, Branch, Brcnnan, Grigsby, Jones of Brazoria, Jack...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 July 1838

Ig&s: -w r sf- i ir- Ear 1" fe r The, biirto'ambud the several kiw TV. 9rssr..Tfc rwsjg Hi & .V- vaain Mr. - 2. 3. T? -. , i.tf-1 r-s-!Srr,15 r , r regul.iting the post of- ficp" detriment w"a? taken, read third time by its caption, and passed." The hill from (he senate to.sustain the currency was taken up, read first time, ialc suspende-, and placed n second read- ing. Mr. Suthciland moved to inscit 'vill.propcrly audited ac- counts" Aj cs and noes bung called for stood. AYES, Messrs. bpeakcr, liurlcson, Douglass, laiglish, ant, Hardeman, Menelee, Sutherland, :. NOES, Messrs: B.ikcr, Iircnan, Clark. Gazley, Grigsby, 11, Jones of.'iutin,'Joics of Brazoria, Jack, l.inn. Jlclvinury. itton, Pierpont, Ponton, Rowlctt. 1G. Lost. On Air. Jack s motion the word "promissory,-' was m inscr ibe place of '-treasury . touthcrlanU moved to postpone the bill luucunitcly. "nocsbcing called for stood, YES Messrs. Speaker, Burleson, Douglass, Sutherland. tL ' " TVT.-JTJCT T I. . T I. Tl i-i....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 July 1838

v T? -. - 45. -- s- r- X 5-a2cr On' motion of Mr. Ilusk, the wordri'carnagesn9.aschold tini kitchen furniture, brought in by familiea'actualfy removing to.the rcpulilic,?,' -and the following additional section wcrc'in- sorted: Thatnll articlcs'orought in by'Cumlics'who are actually removing into the republic, for their own use slinirbe'admittcd free of duty. - - , Mr. Thompson 'moved to strike out bagging and rope. Ayes and noes being called for stood, "AYES, Messrs. Douglass, Rusk, Rowlctt, Thompson, Thornton, 5. NOES, Messrs. Speaker, Baker, Branch, Brcnan, Clark, English, Gfigsby, Gant, Hardeman, Hill, Jones of Brazoria, Jack, linn, Lumpkin, Mcncfcc, McKinney, Ponton, Picrpont, Sutherland, 19. Lost. Mr. Jones of Brazoria, moved to strike our coffee. Ayes and nos being railed forslood. , AYES, Messrs. Jones of .Brazoria, Jack, 2. NOES, Messrs. Speaker, Baker, Branch, Buileson, Brcn- an, Clark, Douglass, English, Grigsby, G.mt, Hardeman, Hill, Linn, Lumpkin, Meiiefcc," McKinney, P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1838

f. 1 PUBLISHED' WEEKLY, BY t r CKUGER .& MOORE.. PROPRIETORS.. TERMS : Subtcriptlon, fire Jjouars, a jeur. nnvnKIf m nrfcnnro -i'r.'f.una' ; One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for each In Texas Baily, Gy -'Ioxey. Wfeiungu... Col. Geo! W. Poe, Columbia. Tbeodou .fliM i nett, Brazoria." W. V. SiiEfAir", .Montjomerr, Lake creek. 'Judge Ushkk, (Teiana. E..,T. ' Branch Liberty, J. Rbwe, SanAujustine, D.'C.Cw;- ' m.nciuu, Miiia', Gen. Dosq'lass, Nacogdoches'. ' ' continuance eight lines or less is considered asH";" Marriage and Obituary Notices of more -than 3 lines each, Cards of passengers, and announcements of can- didates for political offices, will be charged at the com- mon, rates of advertising. AN TEXAS REGISTER. B"A11 advertisements to be paidor in advance. MU...-I'WII.I 52 JCh; ',i.Mi.'kKMjjin mammutv. iwi-' -Ji; i .A.iu.jui.jiin,',,m S"T -H vot.. Ti.. -NO. 49. WHOM! 1VO. 144. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. HOUSTON, SATURDAY AUGUST 4, 1,8,38. ' J- ji i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1838

I. r 1 ".x'' ' VI From the' Arkansas Ga:ctte, May 20. TTitE, Thxas Boundary Itwiii be seen by the fol-lowlh'g'iellbrs-from .Judge, Yell,. that a treaty has nt .aengtUi beea conciuaea opiween our government auu that o'f Texas, whichjsettles the' boundary question be- iw'een'lhc two countries .andtba'l it:has been'ratificd by the'Senuteoftho-United States.-- We .arc not advised as to'thoiinUli agreed onbtilpresume'it varies but lit- ,i CrnrrSiUti nnk'r.nnrtiiiUvi with' Don Onlisvin 1819. It vihprvTrForafvl'nl? to"usrU-it -extends: ourwes- iom mill snutliern links so asto meet at najii angles, 'as it wduld'give us afinesseciTon oftcMnlryion.lhe tsoutfj ideofRed ltivor, whjch,eemsto.bejhenatunil.ngIU .of- Arknnsns. riut-Wh1u(e-iittl'ecx"peclatiori of its iria'te- jially changiqg Uic.joldjbqundary. The jurisdiction ,of the Umled.Sialesover.ttie .country, ... '' u" , ,o':nn; i:nFtnrni-P."iintil the treaty should be ratified TivTihe'Texian lrover'iinient, and the line run' and cstab- -y-Ji...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1838

dollars. ButDavid was scarcely rn.nll.nd as a '1. ,Ji,:i Rnlnmnn wm so rich as to make his ago em phatically? 'the'g. Idea age, as 'silver, .was of little or no valueofoecount'bf its abundance, and, tho prevalence of gold. At the leastcalqulation then, , we may set Ins vearlV income at twice the amounfof David's viz. 200 .O0tt000-whjch' reckoning out.the Jewish festivals and SabbYlhs, w'otild amount to nearlya million per, day. rr ' i.i ;wA initio ntihp T?rineh kinir tho'mod- ri -Crocus comparer it!) this! ,' , , ' era q?HE TE :L':EGR, A PH i,' rEDITEDiJ3Y.TRANCIS MOORS, JR. lImist'dni?SatKrdatiitMugust 4, 1838.: - rti;.si " TOR PRESIDENT, r ' 1 ' ,-GBN?JMntAJBB'ATJB. IiAMARI". Al 01 .FOR VICE .PRESIDENT, 'KrTh'c1 Editor beirigbsent thissweek, a friend has politely fiuniiBeda few'ediioriala'rticles forihe present I (rErnm smi3 intimations w have, received, we Tear lhTat the-oppo'sition willresort to the unprincipled method of' circulaling,unfounded rumors against Gen. lirnar, at a p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1838

tltSjtS'!-!' krrntl i9 r A'. " A 1 ,i- r J tfx-lX aid il-. -' !,i 1 lOjjvqiencaj an apoiogy wuicii i oner luiaciiuiug ,,?WoiJilpf o'f (importance lias transpired since I the Oriental.i As,vet, I know but 'little of the 7'Jic, - itiFrom the Ncjo Orleans Oburvcf. at"W Rw'T.frt.rlW. Anm., fTpd'st .'1837. Jj$foite:i4that wo have an opportunity of sending leneri so. few, wrote! bVil codtftfj'except'jn the immediate vicinity of this, place,' anfCthereforetjinjil,! becpme'bettcr acquainted, cannot write a lull description, passing uacK irom ine ueacu, for tneTlisfaneelof" a mile, the soil" is" almost, entirely composedaJLslicionssatuj, that ha? the appearance ol having been trraduallr.rescued from the ocean, and of- fefsTid'ndiicrimetits- to cultivation. Leaving this,.the cpiujlrj! b'ecjjfnesjiiily, and1 the soil is principally, made umofcclavi.a'nitveff'etarile1 mould, which' is extremely pro'ddc'fjfceWUTheSbioe comes down to us throughiin- tervalsln&icfjjdluvion, much resembling thos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1838

(Pi v i h JOURNALS OF THE IIOUSE OF nEPRESENTATIVES. 1st SESSION 2sd CONGRESS (PublUhed by order of the House.) Continued.' t Iu. l4o'- , A message was received from the senate, informing the house .that they had passed a joint resolution for the relief of A. T. Burnly, and had amended the bill granting bounty lands to those who were at the b.ittlcof San Jacinto, and the bill creating the county of Fort Bend, and requested the house to concur therein. The joint resolution to purchase the steam ship Pulaski was taken up, read first time, rule suspended, and placed on its sc- cond reading. Mr. Jack read to the house a letter from Gen. '' Hamilton of S. Carolina, describing the vessel ifcc. On motion of Mr. Jones of B. the word "Resolved" was inserted in lieu of '"Enacted." On motion of Mr. Jack, the rule was suspended and the bill read third time. Ayes and noes being called for on "the final passage, stood ' - Ayes Messrs. Speaker Baker, Branch, Burlison, Clark, Douglass, Gazlcy, Grig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1838

! IU i I! ;. It A ! The bill from the senate to incorporate a national bank, was taken up, read first lime, and on motion of Mr. Rusk, post- poned to first Monday in May next. Ayes and noes being call- ed for stood, AYE1?, Messrs. Speaker, Baker, Burleson, Brcnnan, Clark, - .English, Grigsby, Hill, Jones of Austin, Linn, Lewis, Lumpkin, Mcnefce, Pierpout, Rowlett, Thompson, Thornton, 17. NOES, .Icssr3.urancl), Douglass, Gant, Hardeman, Pat- ton, Ponton, Rusk, Suthcllandj 8. Adopted. The joint resolution from the senate to fix pcrmanentlj' the - r3S? goycrnmenr, was taken up, and on motion of Mr. Thomp son ihdcDifilely postponed. - . The bill from the senile supplementary to an act.to raise " arcvcnue by direct taxation was taken up and read first time. S5"- Mr. Baker, from the conihiittcc on county boundaries re- ported a bill to define the boundaries of the county of La-nahia. '' Rca'd first timer On motion of Mr. Patton the rule was sus- ''pended, the bill read second and third ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1838

t i ir rV- k l- ii ton, Rowlctt, Sutherlai Thor:iton---lG. Lost. On molion, the hosi .adjourned lo 10 o'clock p. ar. 1 . 3 o'clock, r. 3i. .Ilousemct. Thcbint resolution. from the senate for the relief of N. T. Dyers w,s taken up,and read second time. Mr. Jack, from thicommittee to inform the senate of the rejection of the bill to nthorizo the President lo appoint chief justices, reported that tV;y had performed that duty. The joint rcsolutiolfor the relief of A. A. Chapman was taken up and read sccoi time. k " The joint resolution have translated certain laws &c. was taken up on its scroti reading. On motion of Mr. Rusk. ' the following proviso wajadded: '-Provided that such expense shall not exceed 300 anually. Tli3 bill read third time and 1 passed. A committee was- rcivcd fiom the senate informing the house that the senate, irtonsequencc of the press of business now before them, would juggest to the house to postpone the election of their officers udcr the land bill, and to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1838

Be .1 River, Munsc'I W. Mathews, Pris. Ja?. Scthmore Da- iltl Lniiy, Cora. Benjamin Gooch, Clerk. Jefferson JVIiLun Surveyor. Hefus'io. James A. Calln Pres. Martin Power, Waller Lambert, Com. Richard Roman, C.'erk, Reuben Roberts, Surveyor. San Patricio Martin Danaldson, Pre. Michael Hal!y Benjamin Huldum, Com. J. P. January, C rk. John Richardson, Surveyor. Saline. John Boyd, Pres. Martin D. While, John II. M'Cray Com. W. II. Harris, C.'erk. Harman Frayer, Sjrveyor. Shelby. George English. Pres. Willis II. Limdsom Geo. But- ler, Com. S. W: Edwards, Clerk. Richard Hooper, Sun cyor. San Augustine: Alexander Horton, Pres. J. D. Thomas Nathan- iel Hunter, Com. John C. Brook, Clerk, John M'Qjwen, Survey or. Victoria., Edward Levi, Pres. John M'Henry, Arthur Barns, Com. 0sc.iriFari3h,,Clerk, Jimcs Carr, Siireoyor. Washington. Stephen R. Roberts, Jesse Barllct, James W. Smith, Com. Prosper Ilqye, Clerk. Adolphus Hope, Surveyor. The election being over, the house adjourned to 10 o'clock to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 August 1838

5 . fc NF-- Wi Hl. v - sViJ-O t 1 -nitiJirr &-S5ldTanclsP?' " JPw&Ksfcfee- aWiekdni rng the Session of Congress and Weekly the remainder of the Year. HOtJSTON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1-838. VOL. 3 Ur-NO, 5QWKOM-$07 145'. if. s -f2srT5r- : S5S 'it;SJii -S SSjtJjiwt-jiT"f:-- Bt.-V - , -R. "-i 21 V -e f A H T V . F3 C-Jw t, V f-siraHwsjjai iu . - - -i - :r-j.i- . .... J... ' jtMi. - ' . .- . -. n- . -.- - - --- , mr.kK v ftf " f . fc-jfc- v -e , i.- . j j-.-j-- g jh.. ... .J . . efT5L.mMT .. .-- rrv v i......-.-- -?: -re- ttI Z J-sSi;Mi"5rT-K"-j..S -4C consT- b1Sd- iusfertWB, IMtfe-ree v 2Se?lcSr3i's3tPnt. a5Ce'jtEig?&"h5 nal-nEntf-'3riS; . Ifl Tll hAol jt.. ll . - tfe' fK&siaSs id bo 'pkifjapmffamctaAll SZe&lS2mV m&CRfic:Rf& IrelMlTaaKjjayi eexnitntiouioftdvcar-i. x neraouare- lor tAe -nrsi.. uance-ghniges,rless IQantJN'ouccs oi moic u dnceaaonts oiimi ,o comuipa tsi with interest at the rale oftlirceanda hall'pcr cent, pel annum, and to be lor sums not less ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 August 1838

A" 1 . 1 '"SErf&e-? -5Sir:i5! " . -gS-?!-tfcJ ?- . . . . - A lJyH? fy V rS -' .-7 mtr -3 V-: pe e?is Bsp l&r. .5?C m u.m 1 srA - . -.. TO.THEEOPLE.OFTJEXAS,;J . V'nmo1ni hfinn' nresenled to vofl as a. candidate for r the.offico "of Vice'Piesident of the Republic; Thai office is one of too high a.characler to be-easily declined,-and' of too much importance to 'the country,fo be lightly conferred. , . Ihadfondly Hoped that I should be permitted to pur- sue my own sense of prdpriely,and;to abstain from all inr terference in the approaching-canvass: for I have ever believed that aspirant's for an office that is second only to the bighestin the government,- ought to feel and to manifest sufficient respect for their fellow-citizensand fnrjTiPrtn-fe-, lTTatorlhemjtom resorting to any lit- "" tleVartificesrand eIectwnfieSTcis.- promote their ownadrancijD-wnrnrin'tclligent people are 'surely competenCwJiestow their saffrages wisely and safely forw-"countryj without hembesetand.'hhrra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 August 1838

-T tTi 3L--- . -'! -t .gg"!- '&- - - 35?- J Tf -,-t - -& w - Iff ?M,;r?3JhHIfeSer3t6tR8fft';of C-allettp., g o&li8nsamUlttwaJ B; ut;gnft-E;i1$j bur k tbcscyrajtnliratyvandr.lheirAC0untrravas:Bavi K ,5 ed,.7incf- tnDHihGjG.slkepXthc.i!eet&oKaea'tIi, it5is:in & hdie"vVjtfvould:&e.t90jr&shWlMy.ou.; to:have, madaa fe-J '-l4m&.io thfc?r?dj fct fntswfiuiiwaBetlorraed by iBTe order sflCone oC'tSfrefcsLtaln PS-i -ii5fS-Sji.frpA isVctaiadFsfh-Qfe'cycxolaiuSiKe world -- -J--X l - - r-r-" .. fi -- wr-... i:;--:1. s. . "t:'arga?r;cdfa.lByiH-teU;ifj5JiisJowtii)vordsjgAtiArr' .-olaIstydT rifaliorsemen.- fI-sehriern;undonTiKCi!oe, Jieroywjih three trumpets.'jCMdJu-fheiDS.Wowhard r.cjcni;u vavauy- vfdb ?1 chisrge furiously. HerofjErenc iv.-.!s made abnift -three TirW , -,r. rrTrmTrpy pcai-Vuu.cn-ievipf airre; and! anf- certain' there was 'nonVmybetweeif us aniiwhefaver.the advance guard oligHt.to'have'becrTt the"3rnendr"did-I witness any of-the gallant achieiemmti? p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 August 1838

SSc--a a- !sggpsg$x- "- o-"- -- -W iJVSfff j- - i ., j& &i -?! '-- a. T( Si's VI . - fe .- i-7 in. "X h r '!332lr . f v. i c . . -iia,i?iccc. -- tr - S.'T RUSTON, win attend ..tho dlstnct courts ofLib- ertv, Brazoria andRichigond, and the courts of this place. Offica m Houston. ' - july 27 1638 143-6ni-8-6m. LAW NOTICE. PORTIS & TARPLEY, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, of- fice up stairs, in the Court house in the city of Houston, atwhich place oue or both may always be found, u alcss profes- sionally absent. july 23 43-tf LAW NOTICE. COL. WM. S. EISHER, Edwakd M. Glenx, and C..W. Pe- Ctxmos, frill practise -Lot in the several courts composing the westerujurisdiction. " .tj-Col. Fisher may be found at Gonzalcs;liir . Glenn at Tfcx- nmyand C. W. Peterson at Victoria. July 33 43-tf 9 K; WILLIAM M. COOPER, begs respectfully to intimate JLf that KFpurposes practising jm profession in this city; his office is above the store belonging WWilliam M. Coot, Esq. Houston, july 23...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 August 1838

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s li& c?l SSSWSi1 Ii.s. j-r n.f --r --I li"-! rngTrraMTMTLr , 1 li li ,i" irr i --' St. ; ."- .-. t---" S r .vka fAiiAMMM jim fM. vv'ur74jrrtM.nr tjBuiyQoi oejunworioj the perusal oi oar citizens si hwa timetThey will serve to showjthc views this.een-" j tleffittnentcrtained-.tiUtbe gloomy-period when "they i,w erc written, anamay refute some of toe slandersjthat - .0:11 sj i i' -: i-.-j Ce. t.: ;: -!h'-"Hahrisburo.iTexas, March 30th, 1830. To&onTHenitfCtay, - Sir! ThevenlB that have recently transpired in this &Uresting,portion of the Western Hemisphere, are not 1 ? ununown to you. - , h .Texas has pronounced a hnal separation tromme Luniserable and revolutionary governmnet of Mexico, and ' declared kitselH free, sovereign and independent. The j causWfaich have led to this momentous act are too nu- ko tre oetauen in a siturie xeuer: oui one ecnerui fy account for all; the utter dissimilarity of erioetween me two people, ine xexians bhu an& -The first are principally...

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Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 August 1838

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Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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