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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 August 1856

Rm * Spprnw The sijrrJa are nnmistakeable that Democra- cy is tumbling to pieces in the West & North. The Germans have left by thousands—the - mni1 bub Catholic legions under the lead «f 4-^*, commcncing at some point Bishop Hughes and Tho's D'Arcy JIcGhee ®uPc"or' *hich is irU probably hold themselves in reserve until jp thirty alternate sections of a , . . j .. . :%>*** rooted ^ &r Wt Ae ,ast mou,ent and thc0 0354 tfae,r «ur inspection > we are in formed is no* providing fuf the eonstrac- tnuhwda to tbe Pacific, the is krbe hicated north ore: re® of lengitmie, and tfceaee to j^fcrty seetioiM | r mHc. Thia eeHed Sterete' route, ^ points to Paget's Sodnd as its il Route is to be located between s 44th degrees of north lati- [ on the western bor- l fcr^iinouri, ahd Mretthe thir- "afortg it* line degree of longitude; •noa to the eastern side of the valley acramento In California, forty sections pnmm .a St? Tte '• Southern Atlantic and Pacific Rail- 1 m-.y be foented any#...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 August 1856

•taertl Land Afeuta, San Antonio Te&U. t* aaia, oa terms feverable to pan t of tki ImlHkM twiqwii jctfttiiMwn, aad it w«U i tbf Laafe ia the District. „ . i ia Alamo city, several treating on the ; - - t. eraa, oa the weet lUtoftkiSu Pedro - the city, it lota to saitpar- I tot ia 8aa Aatoato, oa tbe > tbe ri«er, tooth of the ftlsniis Thelat t oe toe Acapnia Marti a, Mad 38 w. (•Meat. Tbe hoaaa ia IS ft. by 14, ef W i let near Q. P. Poet's, frontiag 61 tuu oa on the e«at side of the •adtknUMrriid aid lot, fronting 30 varas ea the to tte Missions, aad running to the aboat 300 yards from the Main jUhJa Landt. ess «MB the north-west teak of the Sala- [ kdloinlngJ. Seine's farm. t 784 acre* oa the east beak of the Salado, ser- ea miles north-east frosi San Antonio, on the stage road to Anatin, 100 ams under food fence and in b high atate of cultivatioa, a good bonae with roar rooms, kitchen, negro aad other necessary ant- houses, a good stone spring house aadseveral fine spring*. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 August 1856

:?3E&MP^ -i A J-***"***' # !#« 3* wl - • f mmdb $ *Sr" i .. -ftfr* •** «««** w «**• >•*•? •IM* «*-* ■■**** AsiNlWfc- T;<f srf«( srff «*s< *«S -aniad m** etws sef arr* *<? > " ** ,$** ** <-* i ses*rk *jB4 iii Mjii ■fin n i <i ii ri fi 3«-l33$f8 J mo & • TOaS- A ' • ?« i^fea ■BMP rr crJKt CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1850. m* b ■v * ** ♦ U g ing, but if it is-intended to legalise the ! sale that is generafly'underet'ood to have (keen made tfl? tb*ish rlsr to a company .- — -T-c- —| organised under- the laws of1" another Mr. President;, His Excellency1 is mista- ken in regard to "the s^ile of this charter. Tspenk positively bn this sul$&t, becauise I have a knowledge 01im iK fransac- tions of this company, and I" Itnfw ko tithh sale was ever made. It Is true, sirj ors. «o ■ DEBATES IN TB^SESTATE. w. iteportd^;^ J ,*?** s«W 8w tji "t'iv sas'et tlbt *•'? texas westebn railroad. After fi J of the moaning hour ;ched,.the Senate, pro- ■mp of-the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 August 1856

WftiliM 1 308B * *?tt t WML Bite JWSTIlf.: 8ATPRDAY, AtX^JST a rUi i togicaM vuM.sr?*.*-*' J>|ttOB&s AMJcilwlH AWs^WTfcgfj corruption of jtrtes. A nctcd char fob president, MILLARD F1LLH0SE, ~Tw&«>N. e* rvtt STATB AT LABOR, WM. EL. JONES, of , baswwTwstriot, . - FLANNAGAN, of Rusk. W®TIBTDI RICT, , W. MiAKfi, ®/ Leon. -Mssietont Electors for State at forge. J. P. W«ddeB?lEsq., qf OaJveakm. £ R. Peck, * " Travis. R H. foperson^ " « RedRwer. © T.Pwrtis, " " ^usitn. ^ 6 « >< Oar rdsders no already advised of toe ex iatenee of a rfi-revalutiiury tfrte of at fain at San Francisco, in California. At first thowisens embodied themselves into a sort of regulating company, for tiM avowed panose of riddingUie city of certain obnox- wha h<dl perpetrated eoor- crimes, and were likely to escape the Fauntlieroy, Esq., oj !LlI. Dftvimi, " Jno. Wheeler, " Tboa. Lewelhm, " Geo. Wright, . « Hardin Hunt, F. E. Williaws^ « H. P.C. Dohmey " B. L. Goodman, " ' ^W. H. Johnson, " <...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 August 1856

7 f eeapaay in PiJbtCBTOCfT lead; tto*t ftttomntBife. reported the following bills OF REPBS8CNTATIVES. Jtour 28,1866. s Ardrey,the rote m- ^ „ Jfl * ^ aathorhe eant to issue knd eerti eates . reconsidered, and to Judiciary committee, and ~ to ttoe Bouse, and Land the petition of ted Abigail Williams; to «nUii(lee No. 1 on Private Mr. Throifcnerton, chairman of com- * abiil for the relief of Afrl. Townaettd. Mr. Stfith of Harris, chairman of com- auttee on Public Debt, reported a billfor the relief «f Wm. B. uewees, for prop- erty dertNyed by order of tbe officers of lite atony in 1836, amounting to 48*84!), spring tbe paymenffcf' the same ia laid serip-at ft 00 per acre; report TMuredi aad hill read first time. "Mr DirrleQ' df Colorado, moved to mflfuud the nrfe, and take up tbe report annMMB; last.' In*. KfttreR, chairman of committee fiAaeabaa, reported, recommending the passage -of a Senate's bill to incor- p fcte 4be Irost Institute; report % ta Private Land' Claims, reported a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 August 1856

m (31 md thtd time utd until Mon •too *au« w taxes. Tof LmdAftnt, Sn Antomo. ia the District Court of the aad Federal Govts at : bo*. Jao. Haaeoek, T. & Aader- |im * firifci Austin. W, 1 53. 4*17 C. BVMBIo i«WM)i<l Lamnnilitn- frat Lmd Agtnt, GatasriUe, Condi coaaty, " wfc8i,«pr 1** nam lis Texas, J ordered to On motwn of Mr. Ho •wpended, 1)01 read a ' V rjir **- -rtx" ArUHtoeand en aet to tbMM, «u read, and Ornor'gobjections Mr. Hilliean moved a next, the Ghunn, chairman ! the iattreNmlm JStates to oar Indian wae received ire* met to ehange the time r. Potter, chairman el the Jedieiaty. reported the pMtm of Cbas. A. 1 prevent bog killing in *aa taken np and read. * The Senate at 8 o* '«** Saturday, The Senate met; roll areeen Mr. o_ of the eitiiene ef _ red tocoouaittoe m Report* fin - Mr. SeeU, dtainun Public Lands, reported , the memorial of Henrisk Mr. MeCnBoch, from on Counties and County . labiB to create the ported &Be. ef Car- hmi to in- Jw&titl District aadi ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 August 1856

1 etfesS CITY 1 rr MB rii AUSTIN, TEXAS UK DAY. AUGUST 14 7SBS8: invariably, in atkwKe. fl OQ •iW 'T may perhaps be inferior: rot it must borne in mind that the superiority of our own language consists maioly in its ca- pacity to assimilate and absorb the other in languages. The English language, is not the great Juggernaut wheel that it must craw to death all the other languages. Let us not arbitrarily de- prive the people over whom we are ex- tending the influence of onr religion and laws from the use of their mother tongue until they aire able to acquire a knowl- edge of our language. Such a spirit would be unworthy of tho American, not torsay.Texian people, and I trust will be tolerated by a Texian. TAYLOR of Fannin:—I have occasions voted fer the publican ~ * .W8s;of the State in the S aa- ^ * " -****• which Tame to render possible and legal that which is not so without it. It has a moral tendency, for the fear ahd cer- tainty of punishment often restrain b'im who otherwise wou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 August 1856

Basra 4 f-':i % l- <vfc" fate Crmes. --.Sri I XWES i JOO a. BED, Edikn * [,; SATURDAY AUGUST 16,1856 W=3 skct It has already been made known to the readers of the Times, t hit *«a n company of Rangers, or rather Minutelfas,%ad been raised under the authority of btsExcelleuey the Governor daring last spring, for the pro- tection of the settlements on the upper Blan- co, Guadalupe, and Carry's creek, in Comal comity. The authority of the.Governor was FILLMORE, J. DONELSON. STATS AT LARGS, a 'V—rwr*~ * ^LYLOR, of Fannin. BASTSRS DISTWCT, Rask. of Leon. gmo upon urgent representations from the people of that pert of the frontier, that unless something eonld be done for them, those settlements were in imminent danger of bang broken up. Tbcoompaoy organized consisted of"four- teen or fifteen men. Mr. John W. Sansom, -a young man of eneTgy and perseverance, who had been accustomed to Banger service, was chosen captain. They were constantly in service for nearly three months, when the da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 August 1856

if Ik* Lifuhtwrr ' ~ W4m. HOJL claims for r tu it ATS. * I ■■ , Uwttbara shall Lniaktore, & Com- oar of Qumwho shall bold bis office id IjW hnwfyK, IMS and til his succes- electod sod qualified, He shall al the cHfht Austin, and shad lanr of two thoesaad two the dieeharpe of the shalfeuter into bond and fafficient sureties, thousand dollars, made mr of the State of Texas tn (Msa, conditioned that he / dieehargeall thaduties thai of him by law, wbkh bond jh Gorernor, and by " ecstasy of State: _tebe appointed aoaannal salary of any cause a va- ot Commission- trf the Senate, expiration of of the 8eaaie of every dee- beadnght certificates of tbe which have been re- aad legal, by tbe aa act "to detect to provide for claimants," approv OKtiflcaUi issued uo- of witnesses and should tbe Coainiissioaer of Claims, upon said isvestigatioo and examina- tion of any such bounty or donation, bead- •if ht or other certificate, issued to an assignee, be satisfied that the original assignor was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 August 1856

* r . ^f?Ty #'•;: conviction for misdemeanors punishable fcy fine; reported a bill for tbe relief of r - Alary F. Mfflard. n* TmrM-ATrnmnnt '{Continued from first pag«'} Committee on Internal Improvement recommended the passage of a bill amend- atory and sopplemental of an act to in- corporate the A&ndereon and Bnrkcville Railroad company, passed 24th January, 1856; also the passage of a bill to ineor z** ,xv mil w icp^ui a portion of an act in re- lation to the Pacific Railroad reserve, made* special order for Monday week. Committee en Private Land Claims ^l^o. 1, reported a bill tot the relief of John &. Whi teman; bill taken up and WBaaTO* h Committee on Private Land Claims No. 2, recommended the passage of a bill for the relief of the heirs M Mary Ham- • ilton, and Senate^ bill for the relief gt 'Hamilton Ledbetter, and of John S. Will, and of John A. Beaumont, assignee -of J[*B e3R. Huffing; reported bills for tho r^rfof of R. B. Russell, and Wm. Ba^rm3*ScbmmeS8ed the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 September 1856

w si mt:-: «n sgsawfet**^ a*'^ W-Q: JNffM at-fc^'V: i? &.r «*4t CT ,4j- I st 4* *4* oJ ®A? -.v.): ;«>*. ,&S3§' 4--fatgh IW<w&& f -r«) 'x- STATE -A CireQF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1856. NUMBER 40 I * SM [tBTT- w*m±-- ■9i' e «• WAS STUKT, * cos *tc|u,)- y % FORD, WM p £ advance. JVCRTI8D.S. k^^-f ** 00 ;.*l> ^afcwm t&s-S 7 00 12 " ^ ." " "•••—3100 . 4 «« * -Srif*#' * *,a 44 ?-■- • " tf- J h u i< ,..43 00 * ■?*>■* ; 00 * - AK5tMnci t!frs —for State ..16 00 'ii oo ;il 00 33 00 No, sirj it was considered^iecessary, one of the distinguished cepresen in this Senate should be added 1 committee. I was gratified at that, ever, as it placed the committee in session of his invaluable labors, and t] by lightened the responsibilities of chairman. When the investigation up before the committee, who csftm before it ? True, the Executive did 1 but it was intimated by the Senator fi Brazoria, that perhaps the Exe< might be able to present some evi b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 September 1856

i.'. I ' (pes. iii"i mi m. idiua .SATURDAY, SEPTEMB'R 13.1^- *mtM '"% * w¥ bs1?: 5 tetanc Tickct i president, DONELSON. m ,statk JVorw H. TAYLOR, Fannin. sastkrnTistrict, FLAN NAG AN, of Busk. PISTBICT.I • V" \F'1 _ J W. BLAKE, of Leon. >-*. , :■■■ , ■ Safe ai large. ,, o/ Galveston. u il Tmvi - in IT j He was not aware that any man, or any party The first number of the Southern Intelli- j f">m an/section of the Union, had ever urged, as gencer propounded certain interrogatories to j * ******* he 7l m- .. .. . . . champion of the Missouri Compromise. On the the Timer, to which, u our >t issue, we the effort was made by theopponent8 of promised to give answers this week. W e publish to day tho questions separately, and attach to each such -an answer as we could readily find on record. We hope the Intel- ligencer will republish them, and if dissatis- fied with them, will analyse their substance, and give the reasons for hia dissatisfaction. Qvtsnos 1. Do you believe that the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 September 1856

sti Saxvvux mm v \ , .&**& 80,1866. 8 o'clock, P. M. , ro& tailed; quorum pre*- -th A bffi for th* nfirf of Charlotte D. Climti r. Snperviele, the Senate for demeanor— unanimooaly bills %SSi_ " RJSufopean society; a | erf; Lavaca; m tot tiM relief of Ste'phen F. Parka; OtiwBJof^ei^ffines; heire of Derby Morris; of Elisa *""" to prevent the sale of K- •▼Qle j a bill to inov^o- the Henderson and Lagusf&rt r ; thill to aathoris* a to Levin J. Martin^ a the Henderson ^>d company; a bills the town of Mount Pleasan a bill to provide for the payment of voi mm the tine to Cms. tbeUa' 3 r resolution rela imf incorporate the Henderson and Logans- port railroad company; a bill to incor- porate the European and American col- onisation society; and a, bill to amend an act to create the couqty of Erath. The Senate then adjourned until 6 o'clock Monday morning. gagSt- Mokday, Sept. 1, i856. Senate met; roll called; no quorum present. Mr. Martin, chairman of the select committee ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 September 1856

>:• fit - w eurretMWf .wnd .tfaotwacomniittees; it only viodienus Mr. Twhris. from the comnnl L- I "\ -r professional t£ar5s. •oh P«Wi« L wlB,-i cases'; .rule *a a- its to issue in p>lfa^3S i act to establish ^•"• ■?''- ' 'f: ► whefof ^the heirs of J. I J squish tlie right of the kia lands therein named, liird reading; and a c*ll defeated -it for this ses- ■ £,C^"- - • I? i. received from the the Senate that the [ « joint resolution rel- it, originating in 9^^alw> a Senate's bill snp- et making,appropriations rapport of the state gov- •years 18i 6 and 1857, -belief of Stephen Z. ' cted. " ted the following hills for the relief for the relief of a-bill foe oftfofih'Ha! 1 Robertson c] rrelie?of th 5eirs of _ aj'a bill for the re}j6f of -•rfJIfon. Wingate ; a bill ttfe hefts of Mr. M« ■'* ' relief of Brat £ba incorporate the and a bill supplemental corporate the Aransas road comp T- * The Senate concurred in the House to a bill to incorpo- lenderson and State line rail- 1? J. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 20 September 1856

MS STAT r CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1856. NUMB] «*!• constituents pay fifty cents per acre.— What strange consistency. They, sir, f have the puwer in their own hands to • oil mca* crenr P*38 this bill in jnst such form as they '• «««* '"^eeproperto put it;"and yet iggsne and FORDl ■ fllilS.- , 5wr*r;«.blyt a ohanet. RATES OF ABVSRtTSWG. i {tro bn«a) firtt iMutisti, —$1 00 50 aonthjf^ 7 00 breath, they tell ns that these will be squandered and fl ittered away witli- lands are worth nothing—that they can- out doing anything to modify and amend not fee sold at twenty-five cents per acre, the Pacific Railroad Act, so as to affo'd but that they will make the poor settlers, any substantial aid towards the construe policy of internal improvements. And same which I read to the Senate last d ubt, have been this bill Strikes a death blow at any such policy.-" It provides for the sareHof the lands in this reserve in such a manner that it greater '21 00 23 00 ..-25 00 ■ J7 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 20 September 1856

mm i a IBige'i Election in lttb Judicial j Mr. Bucbananaod theVau Burens. Hie letter of Gen. Jackson, written in >, just before bit death, charging Mr J818t Etitel l. Buchanan with a waDt of moat honesty and courage, and witk baring been the medium of conveying dishonorable proposition to him in regard to Mr. Clay, has brought down upon the Minted hero of the Hermitage the ire of various bogus democratic sheets. The Louisville Courier, in a sacrilegious article, vilified Gen. Jackson in the most shameful manner. The Journal replied, and asked die following question: There was no bargain, bat there would have been on* if Mr. Buchanan could have bad bis way, or else the testimony girm by Jadcsoo upon hit death bed tu a falsehood. Kd Andrew Jackson pass oat of the world lying or tailing the troth? To this inquiry the annexed answer is re- turned : Baveyoa not a thousand times, directly or indi- rectly, said la effect, if not In direct terms, that Jackson did lie in this business ? H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 27 September 1856

be laid, on the table until the first of Sep- rn rn CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1856. been paid first. Georgia don't come hire the occasion. It goes to show that in tlic ia variably, t* ADVaBTISIJiO. $10 ° 40 00 ...29 00 " 31 00 offices, «•: for lir. StOUT JusY, 21st, 1856. After the reading and adoption of the Journals, and the dupastwn of petitions Throckmorton and a bill ma- te the State of Geor- ' Battel- was t*- i tt jomo* ft co'a rraas,) Hr, STOUT made a long and effective ft JOHN S. FORD, speech, which was received with much applaaee by the Home. Bat* from the distance of the Reporter's desk, and oth- er causes, he was amble to hear it suffi- ciently well to authorize him to attempt a **^i*u*ECTOR said: I ask the indul- gence of the House while I saj a few _ , _ words upon this subject. A " " " 18 o«l «o I«ame from the State of Georgia; I -J w M * Til *>oo IS oo am a native of that State; and I must 5 « « «* 00 «C3 00 say that I should be wanting in thos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 27 September 1856

By T||*ir VTi.UK I JBIflBt JCI11 m KBbi apstik^ati^kdat, seftemitr 2t. 1856- Frnlts T« Sta8H Know A* Experiment. j Attention, j| Tbcmt ^ JC I A correspondent of the N. O. Delta writ- '"io cotemporaries iog&om Albany, N. Y., Aug. 2Cth, 1856, tkei^^oit^-let saya: ilia# lUHIore jMight-ridetoom Buffalo, in a drenching rain, Pt f WltWTCO. ELSON. ' | worshippers " in Congress. TbeBogus De- illuminated our way ckel' ®oc1*ey b^Sfbfeen almost tour years in pos- f ^^e^rri^atRoc ^ruedfl f&nrri, STATE AT LARGE, s JONES, of Travis. I. TAYLOR,^ Fannin. n lM£¥ll&0?r AGAN, o/* Busk. lifeD, Esq4 V GaUeston R. Pefck, -J:^;A : " firwwv R H. Epperson^ " " I8d River. *..*.1 f'*- < ■ -/■„ ** " Bexar. * . u u Fannifi.^ - ' ' * t « ^ «3(i i&Mlf wsSKIm -i r&*h. ■ *3, ibort appointments 1 ~~ frCtdtsdW i «ftthaA*>er- afforded but two incidents—the first, the taking fiioi# one of the axie9, the flames from which on one aide, and drove all distant corner of the cars Rochester; the othe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 27 September 1856

- - *s.'. : '-Ssfe > ctippad from the Mo* is frees iM Tke to the seriovs coa- of the Union and I no longer shut oar of theconntry to the aaacttewsl party «je menaciag the af oar great end gtoriooa gov- # vnrj patriot be averted? In oar i&in, which demands as pay** sad p^rty considers- undivided energies to the be batten — present sn an- te oar enemies—who are alike sod the Un- is not alone—Will Fre-: * " —with it A this jdeaolved? fhe day FVemont be- lt, till, in the opinion of ma- ny, be the last day of this mighty confedera- cy. flow shall we meet the danger ? In uuitStmid belief the writer points oat the on- jy nnii. ,, We tafcis plessare in laying; before onr rea- ders'tbe following tatter from Western New York, and ask fur it the calm and deliberate aMmitarationef alTSoatearn men, who prefer their eoanfry to party The writer is a cunser. vafive democrat of high standing and charac- ter in the "Empire Slate," and his letter con- s'Srords ot troth-ami soberness'- that de- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 27 September 1856

iJrofcesi D. c. fUKEHJ *, D. C. A. g. n. ARorttt-ifs at -Ipgi#** setting toic^ anA : of A*ylan ., tibe eeflipCDVinon J-in anv f til* wa | r of. thu «oi&t thereof | fur the pay- j Mounted Vol-, t y "Captain Wm.: BpgKsh and Wm. Tobin. | he temporary protection j frontier of Texas. for the reliwf of" certain; n settlcrawitbin the Houston rr iiAKGAJN '' usaad a; rfs o*'<L iisJ -, meat of the Co JUSt Aa act requiring the return of unconditional certificates to the General Land Office. 151. Ar.aci concerning the school lands of I&Tarro county. *<J'- w V>2. An act to prevent slaves fcom • rtyiBg guns or other dangerous Weap- on*. ! T 153. Ari act to repeal an act to pro- j | . vide for fbe issuance of fagot* *nd ilo- Tiation land warrants to persons entitled to tbe same. 164. An act authorizing and requir- ing. sKc Treasurer of the State to cai- l«et from the United States, the money certain Pdtoir Debt certificates An act ntatfrg to the duties of ite, AUSTIN, TEXjAS DO a ...

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