ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Texas National Register Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 412 items from Texas National Register, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
412 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 6 December 1845

DecemberJjL JXS&JL&JXAXI OJV A L REG I S T R 381; m t; m K ur m oo? -fti .'i-'. .tW.1.1 unp.arllelledv generosity on thepartjof our employee lt :li -i' & '.But tp return 4o.pur toiljng Maiden uie naxttpeautum teaiure wn.icn sue ais- covors. in tbis;gldribus8ystem is the Jong The pqblic eye js .npwt turne.4 eagerly towards this jmpqrtant region. The" At uivijwu.jicu 4a uireauyi swelling ioetn i in . . . numuerofMiourtnwhich she: isi obliged loi joracei it vumn- the American .Union.- ; sp'end'in theTtbove'nhbed close unwhole: 'That mysterious destiny) which keeps' ex- some apartment'. 37f is"norteriougli that 'pahdirfg-the' Anglo-American" 'language1 like the poor peasant of Ireland; orthfi''ariqldlffuTiingIifieAhgl6-AViicahblobd' Rii0laUrs from surno surf feelimVd TOKSW- but -during one fialfofue yearhernusi op.-j needless of misgivings qt.-homej of still continue to toil on. lonb: after Nature's menaces .abroad. In fhe.ispirit' of acqui'si-- lamp lias ceased to'lend its ...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 6 December 1845

382 December 6 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. h THE SOUTH HER WANTS. We take the following from the Con- cordia Intelligencer: Among the questions coming legitimate- ly before the Memphis Convention and of direct importance to -this .particular region we conceive are the following viz.: The propriety of urging upon Congress an im- mediate survey of the long contemplated canal route across 4he Isthmus of Flori- da and between the S. Johns andSuwa- iee rivers. It is stated in nn able letter written by Senator White some fifteen years since that a ship canal eighteen miles in length will at this point connect the Atlantic with the Gulf and the western termination of the route would unite with the inside navigation bordering the coasts of Florida Alabama and Mississippi which is protect--? thiTHnrfomit bv a series of Islands lying off the several coasts varying in distance from four to six miles. me stsiance irom the point of entrance on the Atlantic to New Orleans through lakes Borgne and Po...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 6 December 1845

383 December 6 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER- Notice. THE undersigned having located himself at the city of Austin is prepared to at- tend to any business connected with the Gene- ral Land Office or with any of the Depart- ments of Governmentj-such as obtaining Patents Land Certificates &c. Being con- nected with the National Register printing; establishment persons having Inst Certificates will find it to their interest to have the same advertised at the seat of government thereby saving much time and inconvenience. Char ges for attending to business will in all cases be moderate. All letters must be post paid or they will not be attended to. M. CRONICAN. Austin Nov. I5th 1845. rice & richols HAVEjufct received from New Orleans and New York a lrge and complete assortment of Dry Goods Groceries and Hardware consistingin part as follows 50 bbls. superfine Flour 1150 sacks Rio and Havana Coffee 30 bbls. Whiskey best quality 10 qr. casks Brandy 4 " Holland Oin 50 boxes Claret Wine 10...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 6 December 1845

381 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. December 6 & A Iii9t or Patents Remaining in the General Land Office ready for delivery on the ISfA day of Nov. 1845. (Continued.) Names of original grantee Counties wlicro and assignees located. G Goliad town Corporation Gates Greenberry Graves Ransom O Gray Titos F Geo W Glass- cock assignee Gilbert John Giddings Giles A GanzahaLuis Green Benj M Garcia Marcus Adolphus Sterne assignee Garcia Marcus Scn'r Adol- phus Sterne assignee Goodwin William Garrett Dickinson Gage Moses Grayson Charles Lacy ifc Scott assignees Gayton Agaputa Ludo- vic Golquhouu assignee Garrett Dickinson Guerrera Maria Tinidad Wm II Steele assignee Goss Thomas Charles Che- vaillier assignee Gage Calvin Goodbread Philip Gansaba Luis Ludovic Col- quhoun assignee George Jefferson Garcia "Francisco Albert Silsbv assignee (rage Calvin Gosline John Grigsby William Gamraell William Gravis E II Gee Elizabeth Green Fitz II Gosuay A M Joseph More- land assignee Garner David Guy man Willi...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 December 1845

k m i;wi v.N -ssr v )&L4W rakBT .) vnaaO ! .JI3TraH JAOITAK 3AZ:rr it '' it i 1 J (i ' . i! -I f 4 . : ( R-ECHUmHR. VOL. I. ?-- -" . .... - .... . .. .- i i i hi. .1 ..I . ir i My.. .?ifJfaBiiy''-"J - I ' t .. ) rM ' xlfFftr yBBni WAfI r-r- --. ii'.g-v inn- .yv"gr-'-"wwTr)At3iliiMMaaaaaaass t2?f bo patjiaj40Sj;r!tsuia7STqiate?- AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY- DECEMBER 17 1845. -'ft NO. 49 lr. K it" TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON SATUKDAYS BY FORD &. CROKICAN.' J. B.-FOKD. SI. CKOMCAN. TEUM.S. Subscription. Five dollars per annum payable in advance. Advertising. For each square of ten lints or un- der first insertion one dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty erins. A deduction of fifty per cent will be made upon Jwarly advertisements with the privilege .of renewing the 8anieju3Merly. Announcement of cnndi3Tcs-forofiicc five dollars. An allowance of ten per cent upon all sums be- tween twenty-five and fifty dollars and of tucuty per cent upon all sums over fifty dullais wi...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 December 1845

7T fr 386 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. &&M.- . 4V N TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. JOHN S. FORI) EDITOR. CITV OF JUSTIJY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 17 1845. Editors .with whom .we ex- hange will please direct their papers to Austin instead of Washington. To our Agents and Subscribers. Three numbers after the present will com- plete the first volume of the Register and we deem it necessary to request our agents in all parts of the Republic to make returns pre- vious to its expiratory It is important that we should know how many of our present pa- trons lnuy be considered such for the second olume in order that we may make our nr rangements accordingly. Some of our subscribers are yet in arrears and a few of them residing in portions of the country where we hare no agents and conse- quently they are almost inaccessible to us. Such we would urgently request to remit iheir various amounts by mail and at the same time inform us whether they may bo considered subscribers for the coming vear. Eelcti...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 December 1845

i Iteti tvi . '-n-W V SS?A - r 1! j Hi - 1 - J . '1& 5 1 c December 17 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER- 387 ' " to' you that' I have received additional in- formation since my last despatch which in- creases my belief that this Government is on the eve of commencing iu yood earnest the most active steps for the accomplishment of I lie annexation of our country to the United Slates." The information of the senilin? of u secret aent to Mexico to obtain the acquiescence of that power to themeasuie was imparted to (Jen. Hunt by Mr. Calhoun iu a private inter- view: " Wondrous changes indeed" continues Gen. Hunt "have occurred on the subject dtiiin ) l.icr .!.- From almost entire de spair' our hopes may be considered bright. I air. t;allioiin nan given up an nope nc tciv ago and now he thinks there are good grounds for the belief that it will be speedily accom- plished." The subjoined letter of Gen. Houston to Gen. Jackson should properly have found a place in No. 46 of the Register. We deem...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 December 1845

388 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. December 17 v K Froik the Southern Literary Messtrtgc . BATTLE OF KING'S MOUNTAIN Mr. Editor: The following account of the Battle of King's Mountain is a copy of the original paper drawn up by the late General Joseph Graham father of the present Governor of N. Carolina of Lincoln countv N. Carolina the county in which the site of the battle is located. This graphic account given by an un.n- terrested individual of the battle that led to the retreat of Cornwallis tb.en on his advance through Carolina may afford interesting information to youc readers lhat love to dwell upon the scenes of the Revolution. Very respectfully yours. After the defeat of Geueryl Gales and ibe army under his commaud on the 16th of August 17S0 and the defeat of Gen. Sumpterl'wo daysafterwards ncarRocky Mount 03' Col. TarUon lbs South was almost entirely abandoned to the enemy. Most of the troops both officers and men who had escaped from Gales' defeat passed through Charlotte Nort...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 December 1845

jL S? k- -v r- Siv. . . T V- 1 December 17 TEXASTNAT10NAL REGISTER. 389 experience you .may on - the following morn hear ihc same individual once more in one of Sir Anthony Absolute's frenzies. His life is a succession of pas- sionalc surges and of mental earthquakes. He frets himself as it were into fiddle- trings but makes no music. He dies indeed before he has reached smooth waters and unclouded skies a victim to his tern per. He was a good fellow yes a. philosopher who always took a pinch between flushing his bird and firing at it. He was never flurried ; though if we were "a bird" we would rather be shot at by any other gunner than by htm. There's nothing like coolness it never breaks things in its impatience. Cool- ness did you ever see it tumble up ilairs or do itself a mischief? Study to be cool ay even if the house be on lire r the horse runs away. Dangers retreat when coolly they're confronted. Phil. Sat. Gaz. ' CHLNA AND THE CHINESE. The Newbury port Herald gives the foll...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 December 1845

& ir- W 390 TEXTIONAL register. December 17 - MR. WEBSTER. Few politicians have vacillated more in their positions with a view of accommo- dating themselves to what they presumed would presently be the tone and' hue of public opinion than the very distinguished gentleman whose name graces the head of this article. It is equally certain that no one of general abilities so great has shown so little sagacity in ' penetrating the proba- ble determination of the public mind with relation to the subjects upon which he has . shifted his ground or altered his opinions. The "giant of the East" seems to have been deprived of that inestimable faculty which instinctively' apprehends the future; and hence he has been singularly uufor- tunate in every summerset which has marked or disgraced his political career. Now though it be true as we have assert- ed that no statesman or politician in this Union has fewer pretensions as they are founded upon his past course to the cha- racter of consiste...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 December 1845

v" .nesber 17 ' .Texas national.registeh;. 39L A List or Letters KEMAINING in the Post Office in the city of Austin on the first of October 1845. Austin W M or A W B Couilnnd W H BordeaJohn P 2 Burke Jnmes Carlton Henry Cloud James M Cruger J W Crnacheron H Cibiry John Colquhoun L Dodd Jnmes S Dean Wm Edwards Jesse Egery Cyrus W Fisher George Grayson Benj F 2 Gorman Roswell Ilnrrisnn Ann C Jackson F D Johnson Solomon Jones Levi Dr Kenny J W McHenrvMiss L A MorrelRevZ N MoselySamlF2 County Clerk 2 Chambers John G 3 Clark Micaph Cook E T Carson David B Coleman James M tfiiflV D Djstrict Court Clerk 3 Duval John E Eddy Wm Z ' & G Gaines Jnmes 3 Gray VmM2 Girnrd A H House T W J Jackson Abner Jones John K Kennedy Wm II M Manning Levi Morehouse Gen E 2 WASHINGTON HOTEL Formerly Shaw's Galveston. C. BIESNER. present proprietor respectfully informs the travelling public that lie has removed from the Planter's Hotel and re-opened the above named commodious and well known establishment fo...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 17 December 1845

Is. .3d""""Bal LfflS-E-": ' -3T '&&?. .-ir-1..-.-P""-. V ..V . . -v - ' -. 5rfC.Vi!WK " J5r. ."yK'f5 "V 1392 T ErA&f A Til .O'tt Mil REG I S T $11. f em ifa47 . f M : h: J ilia' lO'A'JMiP rattiiti- -?' JRematntn tn the General land Office ready .br delivery onAht Blh day of AW. 1845. Names of original grantees Counties whers '! and assignees! . located. " -." So' .-- G Goliad town Corporation Goliad Gates Grccnb'erry Travis ! Graves Ransom. O Bexar Gray Thos F Geo W Glass- cock assignee Bastrop Gilbert John Travis . Giddings .Giles A Robertson . Ganznba Luis Bexar Green Benj SI Bexar Garcia Marcus Adolphus Sterne assignee Nacogdoches Garcia Marcus Sen'r Adol- plius Sterne assignee Nacogdoches Goodwin William Fayette Garrett Dickinson Montgomery Gage Moses Bastrop .Grayson .Charles Lacy & Scott assignees Rusk ' Gay ton Agaputa Ludo-. vie Colquhoun assignee Bexar Garrett Dickinson Montgomery Guerrera Maria Tinidad Wm H Steele assignee Bexar Goss Thomas Charles Che- vai...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 December 1845

' -" - 1sT- t Vt-T-" v ? i ' Ci ?Sri .-WK3Sft4'L.Jsa:' ---fliiSSTT - su' fas&?r' s sstESsas - . - "" iiiimiMii wTyzrz-ia-'iisar-. j2&&&Z5ts&T!&Bmmmmm SH- ". tA-1 - p " JC "rb-m - NATIONAL. REGISTER. VOL. I. AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 24 1845. NO. 50 - 1HYHIHHfl7 .SjUB jjBBBSBSBB&IjikSSBSBSBSBSSSk jiTJS1 vlte-wSSSLBSSSSSSSBBSSSSSSSSSSSfl ... ' J. 4 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS BY FORD & CRONICAN. I. S FORD. M. CRONICAN. TERMS. Sulteription. Five dollars per annum payable in - mdsanee. jaF fUdvertUing. For each square of ten tinea or un der nrslinscrtion one dollar. or each 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 office five dollars. An allowance of ten per cent upon ail sums be- tween twenty-five and fifty dollars and of twenty per cent upon all sums over fifty dollars will be made to ...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 December 1845

a-W tfCTWHWI . - -;P - -- - i k5 iTIIZ!S?iCS! ' -Ti . .- ..;-' TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. December 24 3H J mwi - i ' "'""j ' " 7 "i m"L' " '- ' ' ' " on !v reachod 204.000000 lw. "d she has sugar IwiuK nut only to supply our home con- sumption but nlao ihnt of a large portion of Europe. TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. v. JOHNS. FORD EDI TO It. CITY OF JU8TKJW WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 24 1845. gKditors with whom wc ex- change will please direct their papers to Austin instead of Washington. Unavoidable circumstances compel us to issue upon a sheet much smaller limn usual l?ii week. We have had paper of the pro per size on the way from New Orleans since -the early part of November and had nntici. pated its arrival here loan before this time; hut some unaccountable delay either at Gal- veston or Houston has led to the nresent dis- appointment. We have just ascertained that itdeft Houston about the 10th inst. and will undoubtedly arrive in time for our next. Christmas. A number of our citizens have gon...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 December 1845

'WTm : '.iSCSKKnHaHIHRHIBBHHIH :Vn?feiffis3wfe5S5?iP R n ii i it -A December Hi k . ? rwto ' .. . r t Si ?;' Frtmtkc Concordia (La.) Intelligencer. UNION OF THE ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI. The distance direct from Charleston loNatches is ahout seven hundred miles. There is already completed and now in operation a continuous line of railroad of more than half thai distance: ihe road we are in for mod will be completed to Montgomery Alabama within a short period."' Mnnioromorv is. in n direct line less can whale ships with less cost than un- der the present system. The distance by the route from Char- leston to the Pacific could be accomplish ed in some sixty or seventy hours thus performing a trip now requiring long months of toil and dangerous exposure thai must bo undergone to communicate by sea with our Oregon settlements or the Pacific squadron. Why it is a scheme that Government should at once seize upon and accomplish and open up for her citizens a highway rf lhan 300 miles from ...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 24 December 1845

v TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 396 December 24 V 4. i c t A List of Patents Remaining in the Gtntral Land Ojfict rtady for delivery on the Stk day of iVoc. 1845. (Continued.) Names of ortzinal grantcei Counties trhcro incaica. Gonzales Fannin t Robertson Lamar and assignees. McCoy Daniel Murphy Ennrdec'd Heirs of Morrcy Matthias Meredith James Major John P 2 McClure Robt McHenry John Martinez Jose Maria Ludo- vic Colquhoun assignee Montalvo Juan Manuel Ludo vie Colquhoiin assignee Mvers Charles 2 Moody James A Moore Lewis McCoy James MusicK Martha Marke John Morrison William Mills Edward S Miller Benjamin McKnight Win Alauniug James N frtinley Archillus 2 Nash Hannah Normn Edward r--: Nunn Hush Newland John Neely James If Joseph Morelaud assignee Noble Benjamin Nuevn Juan Villa 2 Alex Tims assignee Neal WuVT Nicodemus Daniel 2 John R Black assignee Nelson John Jenkins & "Horton assignees Nahers William Newell Stewart 2 O O'hourn Nathaniel Odel Benj dee'd 2 Heirs of 4JtfPM Root 1 O'C...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 27 December 1845

fig?'$tigb&&Wfti 1A- is ' - rv VOL. I. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 1845. NO. 51 . i 1ST T" j - - lu - Jk. AP rt(- V1 W. rL.'i..T'aS ". -.0--. .-iJSllTV.E' -l-r17.'VH.-3T-. -. T7.T"lZ J-f . .' J"-l HI".. a -ii- i I. lLrW1lHti Ti"i .Tlrfi.. 1.1 - .1 . '. fW l- W. L VfJ-' 7. l --WV -!... T i.-fWTil-.-li'l-l LUO-A'iK V . FiJJ' - " - i- i-V" J IT S rf.rt.-i " T"Ki . At H-'!.'. W. . 1 ." JT" - I T- .l.lKf" ;. arCrrvEjlV f J 4 v.rs NATIONAL. BK REGISTER. " 4 . 1 P& ?$ .1- "ft.-! fjpii' J?:W fHi wrrj.'iA . . "-"- ' . rcro-'Kfcj l?v7'& TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS BY rORD & CBONICAN. 2. 8. FORD. M. CRONICAN. TERMS. SitUcription. Five dollars per annum payable in advance. . . 4certinff- For each square of ten lines or un- der first insertion one dollar. For each 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 off...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 27 December 1845

-aa -'.i;-?MMrf5tlv '"fEIAS .NATIONAL- REGISTER'' t ' ." :fflfeataKtT.. ". 'S. V V. h ' ' - -V - ' VVV F"T " " ..- j' . ( .. V summer 1838 witji fclfeauthoritt to mke another and tinal demand for redress he demand wai made the Mexican go- ernment promised to repair the wrongs of which we complained and alter much delay a treaty of idemnity with that view was concluded between the two powers on the eleventh of April 1839 and was duly ratified by both governments. By this treaty a joint commission was created to adjudicate and decide on the claims of American citizens on the government of Mexico. The commissjorwas organized at Washington on the 25tti day of August 1840. . Their time was limited to eighteen months; at the expiration of which they Tiad adjudicated and decided claims amount- ing to two millions twenty-six thousand one hundred and thirty-nine dollars and :sixty-eisht cents in favor of citizens of the United States against the Mexican govern- ment leavins a large amount of...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 27 December 1845

399 " ; z z z z : I ) W - O. -v- ? ' ' M l J arUiitoonTemionyert notice is re quired k. u uo given uj.ciiuer-mny loine oiner;ueiure W -iiH".iirS"J W .y.." " . elusive jurisdiction over any portion of the ."territory; - This notice 'h would in tiny judg- ment be proper to five; anil f recommend that provision be made by law for giving it . accordingly and terminating in this manner ..the convention of the sixth of August 1827. It will become proper lor Congress to deter- mine what legislation they can in the mean- time adopt without violating this convention. Beyond all question the protection of our laws and our jurisdiction civil and criminal ought to be immediately extended over our citizens in Oregon. They have had just cause to complain of our neglect in this par- ticular and have in consequence been com- pelled for their own security and protection to establish a provisional government for them- selves. Strong in their alleiiiance and ardent in their attachment to the United St...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 27 December 1845

im r tS.'SP m eu a i' It. ft l ) u 0 & . .- .-.-" . - . i . X? . Ti' e -- - i -- t v- i . r r. -- -r t .tr t j .... uan . rr . - . - - . mmt ' J S-fi&fi: ffgLW..i &-JZAi-J?J$J .V.$3tS - Tar --- i. - - - '.i- AMMAAB9 m I iVJ i - - I m: X. A M '. mw-m Th W i;krknIcllincmWito us still Wen witli altiHoui and copies from Texaend tfcf $&$$ by Corinne Montgoraetysdje Bipjaphy ? GeneralHouitoni thereby endorsmg the vie calumny of tliikmuchfradueed and slander- ed patriot with a view'tliat it: rnayt prejudice his election beforeVthe next legislature for Senator to the UrS. Congress. His history ii his country and' before the intelligent people of Texas he is ever ready and willing to have hie 'reputation i and private character adjudged; and at' that bar he is ready to havethe issue tried between himself and I his calumniators. In answer to. his peudo Bio- graphy we copy from the Soda Lake Herald from a Lecture delivered by Mr. Arrington on the subject of Self Education; the ...

Publication Title: Texas National Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x