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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 August 1850

y-.' '' w " . fnv r ft! jLiMJiifL. V S ! 1850 m - v... W I: iw I 'V '"'i 3 v'.i. Mr. Clniigh presi'iitcd the-petition of John Duncan praying for the confirmation of a grant of .land ii Peters' colony ; which on motion of Mr. Glough was relened to the comtntiteo on Piivutu Land Claims. .... Mr. Soltimn presented tho petition of Sarah Blythe widow of Sion Blythe praying for relief; which on motion of Mr. Sel- man was referred to the committee on Private Land Claims. Mr. Dickson presented the petition of Lewis Rector praying for relief' which on motion of Mr. Dickson was referred to the com- mittee on Ptivuie Land Claims. Mr. Wilson introduced u hill permanently to locate the county seat of Calhoun county ; read first time. Mr. Lott introduced a hill to authorize and require comity courts to issue unconditional cortifieotes in certain cast's ; read first lime. Rule suspended read' second timeund referred to the committee on Public Lauds. Mr. Lloyd presented tho petition of Jesse Wallin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 August 1850

pwjiwwwu- IwHRbcdmotH .-' ''W'mVWT " "" 'VKWfFr''W " Wf'VWPTffli''WaWT" 'TviiJsCwvr W "Bk1Ri! $ -X ?t :" m ; 1- ' W' m ;". r Ik I A i' tuuJ&f.. Jt mi' BKt mMmUf m & Mt.! -zs Hk-' ft ' ? iB j! rH1 v 1 Br IfcW - WKb. m wc.fJA. iktJtsx F 31 . ' -A h.' IHP.U ! " VflHiB . ft1-"". 4 JL. iHbi' ) IWfPrV i w -- - ' I I !'!.. AUGUSTS I "' '" .1. !J3 . tv: IV. -iGaVERNPR'S .t jv 'ExkcutjivsIPbrartwbKt ?' s y . Austin Augusixo iodu. the. Honorable Senate. .' ma Hous$ of licpresentalives ; ' entlkmbw; Tho soason offttlio'jear is. unfavorable fpr as- $Ming the Representatives ofMb people and its' groat neat unpropilfoui for mature anu satisfactory deliberation x no arau f which I have 'felt myself dompcjletl to make upon your titno and. personal convenience wi the increased expenditures to the .jState necessarily involved bytthe extraordinary session now conr uyenecf were subject. maturely cbfisidered and gave me for a ' !fotime painful solteftMc. . . . ' But as thoJnlrihSic weight of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 August 1850

;vuwy. W WWWP"5 .Ww V" m ff " H JJ f 1850; VL .!.! .... it;!! t .. .... i: .. Zm. he question ot our uuo wo win um"111 uiauuss as h can It in no practical good ; and indeed it would bo humiliating so after so much has ucen snia in reiorence to it. "The Hunt is oxhausted." Thoso who now deny our 'claim. in tho assumption that wo have no right or title to the territory m Question I T rosu to do nririii n i I l i n .1 t would continue to ao so wiu it jnuucu ueiuru iiiem in cuoruciers written with a sunbeam. It stands in the way of the attainment of their darling object in respect to slavery and to deny it affords the onlyprctext which can he found for avoiding the stipulations of the compact under which Texas became a member of the Confederacy. Public faith is to ho sacrificed at the shrine of ap urilfallowed fanaticism and in the opinions of some occupying prominent positions in the councils of tho country tho constitu- tion itself should b'e'mode to yield to a morbid philanthropy ori...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 August 1850

HI! N t ' iUGrUST17 B3V imBIpVSS! ' yS iWl$W . . Mr ''' . . if. - Bf" '-' . li i '' '" " : -" PH :.;. ''; v. v & & . I i - p'i"ii ft'. '" m E-V 5&J m K- ' :v ? n BW'' ' w : i ...j ij- as V "" ..' '" ' r.'-.r '. ' t "" --- i - rr-f- r T A)Usl Jn Saturday; august 1850 : 41s-' "lf-&fcTflr$cnt number close the ilr$t volume of oar paper OuY year s i.y JfA tofole the public and will speak for themselves. Our object h$sloen fo rw.'?".? 2. ..-.iiint m finiuorf-nr.il ftfcetiiublo (o ouV natrons j aUrUlt enii o'a) cflort fuve bcctl earm'sily-and uniformly directed The j hnirn rnooivoit tinm flirerv nomun ui inu oimc. lusimva us ' ' ... nalMHMrt VrHPIIIIlH 7tIUIIfLJIfcn.'U..W lkVVlll.l" "1VJ I T . "..' i i... i.. -.f .ii. .... t Uruvrt In Ihn tnulc hpfiirn lis uith renewed . who eraiiiuuu huu i'tuuiiw u iiwi-i-v..." . -r---. -energle. a - . ThOffl wBose substrlptlons icrmirtatc wftli tho Vjolume willpleascjadvisc.u? mediately oftheJr Intcnljk to cdndnuc or withdraw iheV Mtronag...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 August 1850

MMiiiMWMMagjiigw rc 1"l"LZIiy'' " ""'"''"W ' r "''!M&$WNB8W:Wty-' """ - rw-w.: - .. immSkyfER w v 1. ' '' v A " :y 1 -r;r iii - 1&0: f n mnnwrnitntrmtmi'mT-MinmmwiMMWwmmMmmiikmeMmtimir . -wat wi i pst w f: ' 3e . If i ' y A Us fl l4 Moro Lives lost by tho Indians. " ' "Wc rccei' cd by ilie last mall tli'e following letter from Cant J. J. Grumbles of the Hungers by which we are Informed of the deuth of three gallant young men well known to many of our citizens. Thty were residents of one of the adjoining counties and though yet very young ihcy had seen much ?.ervice upon the frontier and had in all the relations of life proved themselves deserving of ihc favorable rcg.inl of their fellow citizens. We join with their numerous friends in lamenting their unhappy fate SAN ANTONIO. August 9ih 1850. Mr. Editor News has just reached heie that three of C ipt. Ford's men while on their way to join their company were attacked bv Indians about forty miles from S.in Patricio on the road ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 August 1850

l-wIV.. '-- "-''- '--' .'....' " '"- " - ' ' ....- -ri1InlrT ......-. i -i - i .II . mSTS? iUG-UST 17 Wt .rn-r -.a.. im ! f ' --"" - ' t: - ; ' ' se?t. r r i ' . sr liV i fcr W mm ?t -r jr ' STt'"". 1' v. til " mm jv ....'. r i . J ! ii .. -.r..- rpHE'SUDSOJUBEK Ik juit Imported a Very Wgo Meek or L3"- uAHHa 'Ckeralcalitaad Perfumeries among which will be found the tolloirlrtgptticlo: . .. i . Blljj U Dandelion Duloiimara tM.-.. Umeiii.Tertar Epsom Salti Krgol rAife. Extract of AfeBBSHf'CStfSfeofl Ammonia Hpliiu ol: Ammoniate NurlAlr .Ammonia Are Spt . Annt8fiJ AcfetfthTeT Lead 'AMtWftfMbrphiite .Acetate f Zinc . Acetic Actil 'Acotio Ether' lAcldArMMiirf Acid Moriallq Acid Abslnthfe Ackt'Bentoie. . Acid' iutphurlc Acid XHtrta BaltaS Conaiva gali'ami Tiilo Balsam Peru TJurirunJi' Pitch 'Mlllcbn Ointment I Black Snakcroot Bafax ' . Butternut Ext'ct of Gum Arabic .'Ublll. UVPTBp U4l V1UI...1 HButternui Hemlock' Bearbury Hive Syrup v Mlladona ' & Acid' . Calc!ne4 M Calomel. Enttlhk ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 August 1850

fiXSWWZZZZZ A' BHfnuil xl J" .iriM -.. iHrwpJM"'wwiiw.i i anJWMWWS' 1W IT' UW' . n'IVww-r MHWMtl' Affv- .rr r l A I v 1 .? fc. JF l jfrr'x.'n ;nrr GAZETTE .a. m i''t''''l'llUiiiiiuHiiWlM jk jruBte 2tifi&4KSlMffiE9b " riaii5.?Safe -.fc :mt ii r H YOL. 2:' AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY- ABGUST 21 1850. : " vtjJLo tfe. l THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE PUBLISHED KY XV. II. CUSIINEY State Printer "s TEW. MS. SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Volume cf hlly-two numbers. Single numbers Ten Cents. In all cases payment in advance will be required ot'Sub- scribi'rs living out of the County ol Travis or the amount assumed by n Respon- sible resident of tin? City of xlutiiu or the Agent. In this particular there will be no respect o persons ur deviation from our terms on any account whatever. ADVERTISING. Advertisements Will be inserted at One Dollar per square of seven lines or le; for the first niM.riiunand fiity cents lor each continuance. One-half these charges will be made to those who adveuise by the y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 August 1850

imiMnmjummjjiia 0 W w .4 TEEA&SME GAZETTE. AUGUST 2d i--" TIE STATE GAZETTE. v ( ;Af SfTlN SATURDAY; AUGUST 24 1850. . i prTvyc nave already received aportion of our new. material; ami we hopo:ero long to present our paper to the public hi-tinentirely nefy ufrwluonablc dress. -iL . . .. ..&-'.. . p.'' ' -'OS'Our readowwill Bcdtliat wo have provided'foTour present vol- utrio abehutifully engraved headpiece cmblomatio of the varied Contents of our columns. Prominent in the design are the Lone 'Star ascend- ing' thciiorizbii andfyitf GtyiiUs of Libofty presiding over the progress of .mon'in civilization' ahd'tnc nrtij of peace ... r -ii '. ;: . .' Tlte CMrse Marked Out. .!.. On-Thursday; the joint Mlect committee of the two IldlUcsgVecd i; asiweara happy to learn upon recommcilding to tliWvOgislattiro the maintenance of our rights and the enforcement of ouf jurisdiction over 'ffic'Sah'taFiS territory tho Uso of the entire resources of thd State tficrefo tho( raising and equipmo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 August 1850

"feriHRPrfRPMMiKI W bt. .. i -- I3Q N" 7HC rnjfjUf .H. KMfMM lt MMM mn ism. I ylbK!Mnwnw)pi " TEMS ' STATE GaZE1 '. s allcl : and no one will doulii thnV ho is correctly .informed upon the sub- irwt Tn tm ilnKntn !-i llir. Rniintn nn TVTtv TiVintn'a nmnnrlinmti in l.Mi r t i compromiso trill proposing tlio thirty-fourth degree as our boundary to tlin nnrt.liwpst. Mr. Unntoll fcaid " II wast stated yesterday by ihe Senator from Kentucky that this proposed f alteration will make some little cliff rence In tlie quantity ol the giant ihnt Is in.L be ceded to Texas. u win maicehumi' lane utiierence it v ill make a differ- ence on one end of the I ine of two Degrees and some minutes; I hatls tosay one hundred and fifty miles on a straight line. The other end will be n mere 'point. There are. about seven degrees of longitude to which this! alteration applies. It isupwmds of two degrees in width ni one emit and a mere point at the oihei ; this is easily calculated. Any person can run it thr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 August 1850

. sV""' "'?X -"' ' If J . A : w V& if-- I m r - 1 I I.' . 1& "j- jtff--itjtftr--- i -r- 1 W Jl" . . : roth the telcgraplnd'accomits contained m the Isew UTOarnrpapi wived herd' by IasUmail it 'seems that another plan has been sett t;;by?'Jttr. rearce pi Maryland to consummate mo uarnng s s lato aiid present tftmihis'tmtions and of the entire horde of scheme nortls w -.---- 9. .- t t lato anu rireeom aaminisirauons anu 01 iuo imro uotuu u uiw xBllXfti&l foilera with tholf olUes and coadjutors Mo ' m'.'. '... " .'4 ' ''' i '.. v Beiiton and Utidorwood to rob Texas of a very largo portio '(" SENATE. Friday August 16. 1860. Sbhnlothntroirc'nlled President tiro tern in the chair. The following Senators nhswored to the call ofiipi'r names: ''Messrs. Brashear Cooke Campbell Gac Qrimes Hart Loti- nisr McRae Moffelt Parker Phillips' Portis Robertson Thyior Truit Van tyorlip Ward and. Wallace quorum present. ' Mr. Van Doffm frttrdduced q bill (6 nrovide forcuforcintr the Taw's of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 August 1850

.) .Jjsrkj. ji' Ttttfcjat hl t . -- - flyjjiir""' ' 7y i 'T1T"S( i J"$JV niiHnfHiijuii iiw jpppyaBim j-W'W jipffifrM w f b ' V "l . wq fit WW''"''"' jKi i EmuiiiiiiJLjuumjwnfaa ' mm ILuiJCnMB8aieiiux.J llLiiiiJ n i ? v 11 ' m- ' TEXAS Sf ATE GAZETTI of tho Somite and that the snmc bo paid for out of the contin- gent fund. And moved a suspension of the rulo. Carried. . Mr. Portis moved to (ill tho blank with fifteen. Lost. Mr. Taylor moved to fill the blank with ten. The yeus and nays being called stood as follows : Yeas : Messrs. Brashenr Cooke McUae Parker Portis Rob- ertsou Taylor Trim and Ward 9. Nays: Messrs. Burleson Campbell Grimes Hart Latimer Moffett Van Derlip and Wollace-8. ' The question being taken on the adoption of the resolution by yeas and nays was decided as follows: Yeas: Messrs. Brashear. Burleson. Cnnkn. r.ntimnr MpU Parker Portis Robertson Taylor Tr'.iit Van Derlip and Ward Nays: Messrs. Campbell Grimes Hart MofTutt and Wallace 5. On 'motion of Mr. Van Derlip th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 August 1850

''.WT: '' ''' '; - '' C": ' ' .."'. -'-; -;;"'' ' v.. 1 '' i I ' ;' ' TEXife MTE GMETTE : AUGUST 24 hK " K? A s J ' 4 tot pc t : 1 i R Lit' &' fe -. BK KOf i Aft ft. BK1. ?- ra- Harare Rj' ' " KSMrT& . .Tar7riaL.-zjr.s.T-8r-Jga-J"i ' .- -. .- . . ... ... i - ... . j . - ' iLpmK.iffnn ? jt ij5 iijr.l .Fr HI .'" '' ' MATE. ;' '' V ' . Tursijay August 20 1850L te'onnto met roll called -President pro tern in thq cliuir ttio following Soiintbrs answered to their names : . Messrs Brashear Burlesoiij Cooke Campbell Davis Gage ; Grimes Uart(Kinucy Latimer McRac MofTett Parker Phillips .'Portis; Robertson TayJor Truit Ym Derlip Ward and Wal- lace quorum present. The journal of yesterday was read and adopted. Mrl Grfmc9 introduced a bill to authorise the 3alc of the unsold JbtViii the City of yustin now belonging to the Stoto'of Texas j lead first time - ' ' .' Inesaaffe was received from the Housp of Representatives 'iHfo'rming the Senate that the House hod adopted tile resolution 'o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 August 1850

iWWPHWW' "trf MII!J iuiiMsiiwjti unsBm l iuimiijiiiii i ia uuroi TEXAS Sim G-AZMTE r "1W" 1850: ! from Austin to Olnrksville nnd find'tlie same correctly engrossed. Report ndopted. . Mr Smith of Shelby introduced tho fallowing resolution which wns adopted : ... Resolved Tlmt the commiltcu whoso duty it shall ho to draft the bill or bills providing the ways and means for fitting out the contemplated military expedition to Santn Fe be instructed to talto under consideration tho propriety of exempting from tax- ation tho property of all oUicors and soldiers for and during the time they may be absent from homo and engaged in said expedi- tion ; also exempting their property of every description from forced sales by execution or otherwise during the same. Mr. Scott introduced u bill to bo entitled an act to incorporate the Houston Navigation Company; rend lirst time. Mr. Salman introduced the following lesoltition: Resolved By tho House of Representatives the Seriate concur- ring that no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 August 1850

--.. -- ..' l M I nc lWh lNiW M .J-. '"'"iSifiittHaiaiiMMMiwmnBWwiiwM v AUGUST 2d. i "wvyyw'. '.'i'lippw I4 tev B ? Santo Fc Meeting at 'IfiuitsVillc .Purauniit to notica srivcn.(tho citizens of Walker county nsfcJnbltid iiithe;c&iirtli6uj at IIlintflVille( rpii Monday the Oth of August 1800' tOntilbtlon of William AtJjolgiii iq. William vv. jusweh .kbci. nr called t&'llie Chair' nnd $t I). CJ. Abo.t nppointcd Secretary. Un mo tioji qf UA. K Wiley tfsq. committee consisting of Ar IV Wiley J3sq. William A. LcigMJEsq J. Carroll Smith Mnj. Albert Ivccblq and William Viser Psrf. Wis appointed to prepare resolutions oxpres- 8ivhbf tiid Vibwbf die meeting. After a short retirement the com- miit'co through their chairman A. P. Wiley Esq. reported tho follow- ingprcamblo and resolutions; whicht uftcr a few appropriate remarks in'thtuY favor were unnnimdusly adopted : WhQrcas a wjde (spread feqilng of discontent mid alarm exists among rtho people of the slayeholding States of this Un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 August 1850

"-"" J " t'T ' Tg r T f rf"k"n'fj tT- rvy- 'WWm Tyyt"v 7' Jflp" mt7TnfFm"JT il- JWUiiiyiwwW 1 '1 '-"ttHNOWMA. ffPPCTR. 'i'jmmMg)q .it: T&jyua. .- n - . '. -".vn -! ivJ t i .ii j jm K ' -. ' I ' .'.- . - t -i'S; ibv-f STATE l KkAtt .IHliBiiwumjwmumMiiiwMM 11 "w"'"-''"'1'1 T- -- ' i i' i T&7vlMHMVB '. ..-;. '9MH rwt'imgf q -V 01 I V " - VtiB 1 n&H ' i A T a ii I i r ' I i I li AZjJbj 1 1 Bi m l m r v n ii ii h; i - mi v i VOL. 2. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY' AUGUST 31 1850. l -1 rX THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE PUBLISHED IJY W. II. CUSHNBV State Printer. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION. Pour Dollars per Volume ot fifty-two numbers. Single numbers Ten Cents In all cases payment in advance will be required of Sub- scribprs living out of the County of Travis or the amount assumed by a respon- sible resident of the City of AuMin or the Agciu In this particular there will be no respect of persons or deviation from our terms on any account whatever. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 August 1850

a j-inmeu' 1 TEXAS.STATE GAZETTE. 4UGUST 31 my 3? ft feM X fe P L bill lo alter and amend tho first section of nn net approved Match 520. 184B. entitled an act concerning ciimcs nnd punish- March 5W 1848 entitled tin act concerning tr -. ' as Yi ji. V ' .J. "'i-i hmhib; ' t f l( of which' bills- wdrolaid 6n tho tabic tocomo up among. th Mllluc nf Ilia Hmr I Bwtifiofthe'doy. l 'A . i -n 'he Governor's message was then token u nnd rend as follows:. jsf EXECUTIVK DtiPAttTMKNT 7 -r; ' Austin August 26 1850. 2 HmoraUevthe Legislature of 1 exas : Gewtlemen--A comiminicmfen whs received it this depart- uwnt. (ha last mail fromthe lion. Unniol Webster Secretary of Stale of the United Stoics in answer to one from the Execu- tive of Tex- already laid before you dated tho 14lh of June lut; and dawning it important in your deliberations I take the arlieet occasion to transmit tho same to your honorable body.. P. H BELL. On notion the letter of Iho Secretary of Stnte of the Uniled 8tim to his Ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 August 1850

!! . .MlllllliaillllMlMMlVV III III A I IIM "Vm " -ll-U A - AztiiW&.. . .... J. M ...u . . Jil ..IMil III II I IMMIdtMMAtlfct..gm ) wwiiii iww iMiiMiii Iin i "w"MM'wWMMMraWMIMtMgMMMB-MB H 1850. ' TEXAS -STATE- GAZETTE. ' . 1. i . - M.f " P ii i " a'.:!La - - ..j.... - ---' i ..!..- .- . . .-. .- ....- i i. . .. .. ..... v i m :" levied in the titlo of this net shnll be assessed by the several as- sessors and collectors in the State by adding por cent to the several assessments made for the veur eighteen hundred and fifty. Sec. 2. Bo tl further enacted That the said special tax shall be levied and collected in the same manner and under the same rules and regulations as is prescribed for the assessment rnd col- lection of the tax by the act to provide for iho assessment and col- lection of taxes approved Feb. llth 1850. Sec. 3. Be it further enacted That this act take effect from and after its passage. ' Rule suspended bill read second time. On motion of Mr. Campbell made the spec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 August 1850

AUGUST. 3L I J If" J 'll II 'I? Si tf II E i f life ? 'A flj r fv JPresUiit FillMirc's MessaftTtaJko Texas QHcstien ft 2(i the $eqatei llw.it of Rcjircunlaticen i liiTPWlih" iransmit tome Houses of. Co tic rets n letter from his Excellency lli iOpyeraoricvt Texas dntcd on the 14th tiny of June last addressed to the PirI- kiiof ihe United tatew which cot having been answered by him came to my jrJs frfter bis death ; and I alo ..transmit u copy of the nnewer which 1 have fc!jyb be my duly o riue to be made to that communication. v'Congccs will peicolya that Ihe Governor of Texas- officially states thai by .iMjHMkoriiv o( thetJU-gisliiture ol that biaie he despatched a special coniinfs- jMKjtifcr with full power and instructions to extend the civil jurisdiction ol the tJ5aie1oVer ifui unorganised counties of El loso Worth Presidio and Bautu Fe situated on its norm western limits. - Ifctproceo.ds to nay that the cemmisr loner had reported to him in an official Rfornitkattbcinill(aryol)i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 August 1850

?.' "v. 'iv e mmm(11v saau. -IP "wfc- h V f.v'i y TEXAS STATE- GAZETTE. v li ) mjuio nrst piace was oi course a military possession. Tho trea- ty added the title by cession to the already existing title bv suc- cessful achievements in arms. With the pence there aiose a na- tural expectation that as early as possible there would come a civil government to supercede iho military. Hut until some such form ot government should come into existence it was matter ol absolute necessity that the military government should continue ns otherwise thu country must fall into absolute anarchy. And this has been tho course generally in the practice of civilized na- tions when colonies or territories have been acquired by war and uiuii uuijuibiiuHi uuunniif.u uy treaty. The military government 'thcreiore existing in New Mexico at tho date of the order existed there of inevitable necessity. It existed as much against the will of the executive government oi the United States as against the will of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 31 August 1850

E5K u"' . fov K I . ;;THE STATE GAZETTE. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. AUGUST 31 AUST1N SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1850. peotodU.at.thoV will bo soWitaUe as to make any other return for I hhwn brain distempered by prejudice and enmity for this unfair pectcu wiatanoy win nnd QUtragc0U8 assumption. With the came face and with us much our wont 01 iniuv-""1" ""V""3 v...v ..-... . Rc-electfci f Senator Rusk. -"On Monday at the Jiour of eleven o'clock the two Houses of the Legislature convened in the Representative Hall and proceeded to bal lot for a Senator "of tho United States for tho term of six years Com- mencing on tho 4th of March next. The following is the result in which wo doubt not the whole people of Texas will heartily conpur and which "will bo especially gratifying to our able patriotic and vig- ilaiit Senator. It is emphatically tho voice of his Stato baying: "well done thou true and faithful servant" On joint Vote Thomas J. Husk receiyed GO ) L. T Wigfall 3 ; J. B. Milter 1 ; and blank 5 M...

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