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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 30 June 1849

M, ( '.tAJtyj mw. v '","-' "-SS35 r- 'ROTECTION TO THE FRONTIER. f Sj In another column,' -will be found accounts of outrages committed by the Indians upon the Rio Grande and at the SaltLake. We, haVe no fresh depredations to record in our immediate vicinity, anti- trust that the energetie measures now being taken to rai.se a batta- lion of troops, to be stationed at this place, will hereafter prevent the recurrence of such events. We mentioned the week before last! that a petition from onr citizens had been sent to the Governor of the State, praying mm ior auinorny to raise a company 01 men, 10 be permanently stationed here, and range the adjacent country. On Tuesday last, Mr. Blackwell, the bearer of the petition, returned from Austin, bringing with him an order from the Adjutant Gene- ral. Immediately upon the receipt of this order, Col. Kinney and General Cazneau proceeded to San Antonio, to consult with Gen. Harney, and from the activity and energy exhibited here and else- wher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 30 June 1849

5 rSf2.. U&i " ! i ii I" ifr-.ij",!' wp. mrK-ms.M,'.sss AMENDMENT F THE OONSTITyTIS.. BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. "Whereas, by a joint resolution of the last session of the State Le- gislature, approved March 14, ISIS, a certain amendment to the Constitution of the Stale is proposed ; which joint resolution is in the words and figures following, to wit: Joint Resolution proposing aiTamendmcxit to the Constitution ol the Stale of Texas. 11 Section 1. Be it resolved by the Legislature of the Stale of Texas, That the Constitution of the State of Texas be so altered and amended, that the Judges of the Supreme Court, Judges ol the District Gouits, Attorney-General, District Attorneys, Comptroller - of Public Accounts, Treasurer of the State, and the Commissioner of the General Land Office, shall, at the expiration of their respect- ive terms of office, or in case a vacancy may occur in either of them, by death, resignation, or otherwise, after this amendment takes effect, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 July 1849

! L& xX3cssOZ."t & 'SZ-fP-fo& 'KL, I y- ' & -' r. -r - "a, ?-'.. L' - i'(sfei Of . . ' - er s y '''j?'. ,s jr -, v Vt -: ? ' ? o tr 's Ctt. e .. uj7?K j - jrexrk- jrr m f j- - . - . f t f l -- w , & &&-&& J "1&Z (Of s S. - - 1 r i .f rir-2SM f x S53h0'jr " . l-'?--V " IfaJg'".' ""A'j'ft-t'.V rf "" s ' " 1 - .rArzxrL. 1 r. r ' .ss . . &-:&zy , k - ,-r v&u2xzgA m -.i ,'c, ! few .. - (a fl ill ill i - II B SET M Ob 1S' 1 Ir If i 11 1 1 IB I i B -1- I .TOL. I, THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT, Will be published every Saturday by W. H. CUSHNEY. Th TP5f AS T)CtOCRA.T wiilbc confinued until the arrane- TOont5 in prore!f sliall have been completed to issue the TEXAS I $ -STATE GAZETTE. Tt will then give place to that paper. , l.-jC" The Democrat will be sent to all those who have paid their sud- . acriptions In advance until the engagements of the former publishers T fhnll have been fulfilled. 3 ,? ti.. ...V. oi.i-i-;i.n tn tlm Stntn dnrpttp. will lm fu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 July 1849

v 1 Cif " -N , V' i t ... c . . V - i Jt- v- ir A w vf J&r - , 3k . -ys-.i,-.' ' J aggwm' committee, therefore cannot hesitate to adept the route recommended by the commissioners in tlieir report, mai oi removing me ran, as the more Dracticable. the cheaper and better one. The committee have examined the lists of subscription submitted to them from several of the counties, and are gratified to report the liberal amounts contributed for the removal of obstructions to the lavisation of the river. From the county ot Matagorda, the amount subscribed is six thousmd and one hundred dollars; from Wharton county, 35,200: from Colorado county, S3.-3J0. The corresponding 'TTHHipwi l1" irrrrrtnry soliciting subscriptions lor Fayette coanty, is- snppuseu 10 have handed his report to a delegate appointed to this convention - from that county, who has been prevented by casualty from reaching herein time to report to the committee; but from infuimatiuu re- ceived by the committee, we think thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 July 1849

Gen. Geo. M. Brooke, Capt. Garnett and Dr. Brooks ol the TJ. S Army, arrived at Galveston on the 26th nit., on their way to San Antonio. Gen. Twiggs takes the place vacated by Gen . Gaines' death, and Gen. Brooke that occupied by the lamented Worth. APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT. Abbott Lawrence, Minister to England. Tho. W. Chinn, of Louisiana. Charge to Naples. Jas. B. Clay son of Hon. H. Clay Charge to Portugal. J. T. Van Alen, Charge to the Republic of Equador. Gen. David E. Twigg3 succeeds Gen. E. P. Gaines, dec'd. The steamer Kate Ward has commenced her regular trips between Saluri'a and Victoria, on the Guadalupe. On a recent trip of ihe Reliance from Houston to Galveston the vote of the passengers on board was ta- ken, by which it was found that for Representative to Congress Howard would get 42, "Williamson 12, Pills- bury 5, and IVPLeod 2, of their votes at the next election. Mr. Editor. Whenever a man becomes a candi- date before the people for their suffrages, it behoove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 7 July 1849

?t?r . VV.. "" ? -jf a., ii-iimu"" 't AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION BY THE GOVERNOR. OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. St &IOCJL&JtETOJ. Whereas, by a joint resolution of the last session of the State Le- gisla'ure, approved March 1-1, 1S-JS, a certain amendment to the, CouiUiutiouot tuebtate is proposed; which joint resolution ism the-words and figures following, to wit: Joint Resolution proposing an amendment fo the Constitution ol thebtateol lexas. " Section 1. Be it resolved by llic Legislature of the Stale of Texas. Tnat the Constitution of the State of Texas b.? so altered and amended, that the Judges of the Supreme Court, Judses ol the District Couits, Attorney-General, District Attorneys, Comptroller of Public Accounts, Treasurer of the State, and the Commissioner of the General Land Omce, shall, at the expiration of their respect ive terms of office, or in case a vacancy may occur in either of hem, by death, resignation, or otherwise, alter this amendment takes effect, and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 14 July 1849

zt??'yue".3&? tz s s v v - L II W i vy rerpy-wr iiitiiimu.j.i iuij. 'iiiWm.K'n Aha. wij--jiifc....n.;jj.m'Ji-grA..rf-.Wi.WJSH rtJ-;,..,vArZ.r'v.'SMjisa-"t'-1 "-' .u jp m1 Jiitya VOL. I. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JULY 34, 1S49. NO. 25 Cr'. ; zr ' -Hk 1 O ? 2tf l r$V&, k.tkS-' 4k- lli iil' ' jumm-iM-wi-L. THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT, Will be published every Saturday by - W. H. CUSHNEY. Ths TEXAS DEMOCRAT willbe continued until the arrange tnent in progress shall have been completed to isuo the TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. It will then give place to that paper. The Democrat will be sent to all those who have paid their sub- tcriptions in advance until the engagements of the former publishers shall have been fulfilled. Those who subscribe to the State Gazette, will he furnished with the Democrat until the new paper is commenced; and char ged at the rate of $4 per year for the time they receive it. All letters to the pnblisher.must bcPori Paid, or,thcy wil. not be taken froza-iixQ-oiTXir. -""- - ADVERTIS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 14 July 1849

o i -i" rent the California gold mines, and apply Uie proceeds to its con- struction : regarded Texas as deeply interested in getting it low enough down lo be in reach of her great agricultural district, and j thought she might well afford to give liberally other vacant lands for this purpose. He spoke on several other less important topics with equal force and clearness, and much tc the satisfaction of the people of this cottn'v. He was, till now, a stranger, except from reputation, among us. But his speech has been very favorably re ceived, and he has made many warm supporters here. Prom the differeni places in the counties below, where Col. Howard has ad- dressed the people, we learn his views have been equally well re- ceived. You may think thi communicution rather lengthy, but we hope you will excuse us, as it the first thing of exhileraling charac- ter we have had for some time. Yuus, x - A YOTip. Q--L " For the D.morrat. "CJm. yV INDIAN DEPREDATIONS. H' Mr. Editor: How is it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 14 July 1849

I St The following Judy spues, as Major Downing says, are from fen eld comic grammar and oilier sources ; Remember though box, In the plntal is boxes ; 1 " The plural of ox "r ' " Should be oxen, not axes. " And remember though house, '" In the plural is houses ; The plural of mouse i -- Should be mice and not mouses. And remember though fleece, In the plural is fleeces ; . c i The plural of geese Ar'nt goose nor gecscs. "To which our sage devil, believing that the above gentlemen employed their time very foolishly, begs leave to add the following: a nrt rpmpmber when ass. Makes a plural ot asses, They'd all better pass Where the tallest of grays is. MR- LIPPARD AND GEN. TAYLOR. The active part taken by Mr. Lippard in the election of General Taylor is remembered with, pain by his democratic friendb. Now, when it is too late, Mr. L professes to have been deceived. That the pledges of Gen. Taylor were made for the occasion and not for redemption, should have suggested itself to the mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 14 July 1849

-jj(& wff,"-" JW.i-.Mi1 '! -1 - "w wiis.'.-ift',wg'S!ras-.v.,s- w ji.MHm.Mm.LJ j.jk1 M'.aaifflres f 1 - s"' srs"!! OlS BY THE GOVERNOR OP THE STATE OF TEXAS. "Whereas, br a joint resolution of the last session of the Str.te Le- gislature, approved March 14, 181$, a certain amendment to the Constitution of the State is proposed ; which joint resolution is in the words and figures following, to wit: Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution ot the State of Texas. " Section 1. Be it resnlved bu the Legislature of the Stale of Texas, Taat the Constitution of the State of Texas be so altered and amended, that the Judges of the Supreme Court, Judges nf the District Couits, Attorney-General, DKinct Attorneys, Comptroller of Public Accounts, Treasurer ol the Slate, and the Commissioner of the General Land Office, shall, at the expiration of their respect- ive terms of office, or in case a vacancy may occur in either of hem, by death, resignation, or otherwise, after th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 July 1849

7? W-TZzk, '-ey- lrc r -" i " '''-? v"" Vy - , 4-wi .?-' ' J$ rHWH.,iWiii"'.il jF.n !! ' "Hi.' JJJWCT-w!f.i-ii-'T'j.i un.jf?--jngv. :'-.---',il-.,'- VOL. I. - - AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JULY 23., 1849. NO. 2C. jb f. li i 3 11 i jbswp ($ i IV -- IMI THE TEXAS-DEMOCRAT, Will be published every Saturday by m-H. CUSHNEY. The TEXAS DEMOCRAT willbe'continucd until the arrange- ments in progress shall have been completed to issue the TEXAS STATE GAZETTE.. It. will then give place to that paper. The Democrat will be sent to all those who bavepaid their sub- icripuons in advance until the engagements of the former publishers ThowboTublcribe to the State Ga7ettc, will bo furnished with the Democrat until the new paper is commenced; and char ged at the rate of $4 per year for tbe time they receive h. Ail letters to me puunpnerjnusi oe jrusu jraia,, or uiey wn. nui oe ; '- i .' SI 00 taken Irom the othce. j. ', One scftarc" of 3 line? or less, first insertion, $1 00 Every subsequent publication, Adver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 July 1849

-- - v v : ' I J -' v "O t. 3 -' g- ijr- sT w .- 5 rgs - .a a 1- - ' 1' 5 -1& r " J&- ,. . 'i5- - a jr. ' "other, your conntrv and to voar country's. u:ncfac!or.,f We ask yon, how may the early associations of your country's struggles be handed down, pare .fnd untarnished, ttnhe unborn generations, so as to form a striking reminiscence of the d3ys-when mtn's.souls were fairly tested 1 not that they should ever be so unfortunate as to retrace the blood-stained tracks bt their ancestors, but rather that they may know the moral it teaches; and in so doing, adhere to the prophecy -which say 'they shall boat their swords into plough- shares, and their spears into pruning hooks , nation shall not lift up s.words against nation, neither shall they know war any more.'' Will this' U2 by rnnnm; stile oautidarv lines, from north to south and from east to west 1 by separating Goiiad'aud the Alamo fiosn San Jacinto i or by ctieristnng -ne name 01 suintMdvuicti ooc utic, and passing unnot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 July 1849

A & HE2S33SS27IKSffi5SaKH3SKElX with Austria. The Emperor of Russia sent a-large army to aid the "Afistr'ians. Over these united lorccs, the Hungarians have been victorious. The struggle of a brave people for independence "-cannot. "Be viewed without great interest and mueh feeling by the VestMU-wriklnd. The English Ministry are said to have an eye to the movements of Russia. They are now, and have been, jealous " of the growing power of each other. Should the British Cabinet find a pretext-for intervention, and thus become embroiled in the contest, it would create a general European war. In which event, if Lous Napoleon has one "drop of democratic blood in his veins, lit will be comnelled to recommend the propriety of Prance standing as the ally of. Great Britain. The people of Hungary are entitled 'o the sympathy of every lover of freedom. The interference cf Russia is strictly a move- ment in favor of-despotism. IMaj Hungary greet her with a bloody welcome. FOREIGN NEWS. Ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 July 1849

' JC'"E'?Jr'-v - " - -rt-'- - -5Srr" i&. - - ' - v 3 ? . - TfrJMnVi'"'' AMENDMENT OP THE SSN8TITUT10N. BY THE GOVERNOR OP THE STATE OF TEXAS. Whereas, by a joint resolution of the last session of the State Le- gislate, approved March 14, 1848, a certain amendment to the Constitution of the State is proposed; which joint t evolution is in the words and figures following, to wit: - Joint Resolution proposing an 'amendment to the Constitution ol the State of Texas. . " Section 1. Be il resolved, by the Legislature of the Slate of Texas, That the Constitution of the State of Texas be so altered and amended, that the Judges of the Supreme Court, Judges oi the District Couits, Attorney-General, District Attorneys, Comptroller I ol JPublic Accounts, 1 reasurer ol tne faiate, and the Commissioner of the General Land Office, shall, at the expiration of their respect- ive terms of office, or in case a vacancy may occur in either of . hem, by death, resignation, or otherwise, after this am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 August 1849

7 6 -V2-2?tjcz. &n& w . 4 "'r aP .-."' ti lt. S-! n -V z. .v?,i . ; scasaerre'Tr: swrifcapa AUSTIN, SATURDAY, .AUGUST 4, 18-19. VOL. I. NO. 28 ;" , fe.-:-- f"0 $! -alr" r & hj Iff tiff? tl & IeL 0 fr spr &&P &. TZ5ZI ssst-sassssEE -y l i ,.-.- " ' THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT, 1VI11 be publisheipevcry Saturday by W. H. CUSHNEY. The TEXAS DEMOCRAT willbe continued until the arrange" merlin pro-re-, shall hae been complete.! to iuc tlic TEXAS STATE G'AZETTE. It will then. give place to that paper. The Democrat will be sent to all tint- ho Jiae paid their sub- scriptions ta advance until the engagements or tlic foimcr publishers hall hatehusn fulfiilu.1. " . , ., .. Those -ibo subscribe to tie Stay? Gazette, will lie furnished with the Democrat until -the new paper i- commenced; ami char cd at the rate of $4 per vcur for the lime they receive it. , .. -:,, Ajj4e3icioaHrb.hw taken iiora the office. - ADVERTISING. - One square of 8 lines or les, first insertion,, $1 0 F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 August 1849

J !5S$ v . - X . , , '53" - .- rrr- , 0 p jr A.. . vr- , o 4- $ W, --J7-nHalfgtgggg TB E T E X A S J) B4I 0 CR A T . ArSTIN, SATORDAY, AUGUST 4, 1849. ib Governor, GEN. GEORGE T. WOOD. .For Lieutenant Governor, COL. JOHN A. GREER. 5" "i""""-?0' Member of Congress Western District, ';"V; . COL.VOLNEY E. HOWARD. ." For Commissioner of the General Land Office, ' ' K" HON. GEORGE W. SMYTH. - "Itjp V"e are authorized to announce the Ilonl JOHN T. MILLS, of Red River county, as a candidate for the office of Governor of the Slate of Texas. rrj We are authorised to announce Gen. ED- " WARD BURLESON, as a candidate to represent the 'l'Gth Senatorial District, compose'd of the Counties of Travis. Hays, Caldwell, Bastrop and Fayette, in the Legislature. 83s We are authorized to announce Hon. JON W. DANCY as a candidate to represent the sixteenth Se- natorial District, composed of the counties of Travis, Hays, Caldwell, Bastrop, and Fayette. P33 We are authorised to announce Col. CLAF- BORNE KY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 August 1849

--- -. - -,-f nB" ;:-: .jyj I.MPI:"' i ' ;- -VT-l-'m gX aggBgTgzvjjl. .1 j. .uif -rt,?grrri j.-:i- t- vmsgCTsusaMa- S FOREIGNNEWS. " , . The topers are devoid of foreign items of much interest. RUSSIA. , A conspiracy is said to Imvc.bcen discovered in St , Petersburg, m onseoencp the Russians hac been halted in their inarch South and -5 returning to St. Petersburg. 4 , ERANCE. ' A ministerial change is reported to be in contemplation. Six of the public journals have been suppressed by order of the Government, and some of the offices sacked by the National Guard. A fine corn-rent upon the republican declarations of Louis Nap oleon Buona- parte. Louis Phillipo is said to havcexclaimed, upon reading Presi- dent Buonaparte's message, c I am avenged." So ho is The peo- ple of France "have-only exchanged a Bourbon king tor a Buonaparte despot. "Lamartinc is about to publish another book the history of the Hcvolution of 1848. Jt HUNGARY AND AUSTRIA: Another battle, between an Austrian brig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 August 1849

,1 J ff' K-i &. '& 5 j- C 350 : t If 2 J - iS&q rtwr" '"' J, ;.&J- 3- &.. . -- 'H- SJf 4 i,giWw".ri,sj,'WffljtlTrfty .ifcp 'i '.' MKasBtaaaat ' - AMENftMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION. BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. "Webref, by a joint roolntion of ihe'lasi session of the State Le- gislature, appioved -March 11, ISIS, a certain amendment to the Constitution of the State is proposed ; w hich joint resolution im in the words and figures Following, to wit: Joint Resolution propoMng an amendment to the Constitution ol the State of Texas. Jt Section' 1. Be it resulted by the Lazislalure of Hie S'atc of Texas, That the Coiteltlutitm of the State of Texas he so altered ind amended, that the Judges of the Supreme Court. Judges of the District Couils, Attorne -General, Diincl Attorney-, Comptroller of Public Accounts, Treasuier of the Slate, and the Commissioner of the General Land Office, shall, at the expiration of their respect- ive terms of office, or in case a vacan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 18 August 1849

- u&F v.-, r ' "L V , ' 4, f-' yAJfcMJHKBS.l& . -- 4, tn f -- itm-aiUKrini'iLtSrfs-JJaac ! i - 1. - -A ..,&. f "tS &. ' m 5' I If Mr? -P - 3ty - iJS ? TBETJl.JlAS DEMOCRAT. AUSTIN. SATURDAY, AUGUST IS. 1849. This is the last number of our paper we shall issue -.under the tide of the " Democrat." We shall make our respects to the public next week in a new form of nearly double our present size. A supplement to the "Democrat" will bo published for some weeks for the purpose only of circulating cer- tain legal advertisements which are required to be in-' serted in that paper. TO' We respectfully request those of our brethren 'of the press with whom we have the pleasure of an ex- change, to address their papers hereafter to the Texas jmc wAtiTK iusieau oi me uemocrat. o "., ., r . . Sffi ve learn that Gen. Brooke, in chief command land oj this Military Department, has made requisition upon the Governor for three companies of mounted men : The proper orders have been issu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 18 August 1849

7a . !. S.i fe - ;$5 V IrS-st K fcStas. B3& 5SS i- 3S ir- 15 j& J .-jJ IV IC H l?Sc-. tr-- y'tf- VP m- ms C- . Ilr5 R4 sm HPrn,r,ni.,.Wn b-rerofore existin-r hetween Drs. Tho. An B ilnNim x- iVm T. H.inif. i this dav dissolved hv mutual con- T. Hortie, is this day dissolved by mutual con- rt,.f the. rallies. THO. AtUh;KSU.N, Anstin. August 81I1. 18 19" 293w Wit. T. HORNE. THE STATE OF TEXAS, I WEAKEN up by A- M. Grinage and GUA.IULUPE Couktt e.-trayed before Talis Smith, 'Esq. rn 11th July, 1349, two COWS. The fir-t, a brown, marked with a t -ilf crop ofFlhe left ear, and a -Oil in the right, branded with a J and P in one letter, nnd nbotit six yea is old. The other, a black and white, marked with u nop off each oar and a hole in the left, and about b ne vears old. The first is approved t $0. and e latter at SS. by ASTYANAX T. HECTOR, JOHN HORTON. ruhlicauon orered bv THO. H. DUGGAN, c. c. c. a.e . Lj 329 John It. King, Dep. THE STATE OF TEXAS, I OT AKEN up Jame M. Day and c...

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