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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 3 January 1846

frSSi v -f v? VOL. I. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 3 L84G. NO. 52 . j-- -bsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbY ssBBBBBBBVBnzEKBsslBBta NATIONAL Sll2SflP KRISTER; TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS BY FORD & CRONIGAN. J. S. FORD. M. CRONICAN. TERMS. Suhtcription.Fixe dollar per annum jjaya';k sn Advertising. For ech 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 tame quarterly. Announcement of candidates for office five dollars. Aa allowance of ten per cent upon all sums be- tween twenty-five and fifty dollars and of twenty per cent upon all sums over fifty dullats will be made to agents. All letters on business connected with the office must be addressed to Ford & Ckomcan and be Put Paid I" GOD BLESS THE MARINER. BY MARY E. HEWITT. God's blessing on the Mariner ! A venturous life lepds lie ; What reck the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 3 January 1846

y - -jS. "ii?v' TTv' fiia'-SES .0SiWVSsac-3iMiSh T E X AS N A T I DNA LREGISTE R . . -' January 3 402 ' . "5-. ;s 't "' i " :-.-?i. TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER 'L .'WtJf i JOHN 3 P:ORb'E;ft!TOR.. ' v SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1845. ff? Anticipating the arrival f our large sized paper the early part of the present week we hid put the whole of the President' Message in type intending to gire it entire to onr readers ; but the paper not liaring yet ar- rived we are again compelled to issue on a Mall sheet. We however now hare assur- ances that the paper will be here in Jue course if a few days and we shall issue a number as soon after its arrival as possible which will complete the first volume of the Register. In another column will be found the Pro- spectus for the next volume under the name of the "Texas Democrat.' . The Supreme Court will probabably ad- journ to-day. - In our next we will give "a sy- nopsis of the decisions. We learn from an authentic source that a party of Mexican traders we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 3 January 1846

'""--'-ci j- ? j i ? ItaurTS - TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 40J 5i t 1 !r fc l) TV fitter by tbc establwhincnt of posts on the route or by military escort. -x And we nnv that in the erent you deem iS'.. a; . - ..... A k AnMnr it inexpaaieiii s uiwmo y vwuuui; to the spirit of existing treaties to establish a Territorial government in Oregon that you extend to us adequate military and naval protectionist) as to place us at least upon a par with other occupants of this country. For the granting of which your memo- rialists will ever pray. (Signed) Ossorm Russell I Executive. Peter G. Stewart ( J. W. Nesmith Judge of circuit ct. M. M. MeConner (Speaker) Jesse Apple gate Menard G. Foisy W. H. Uray John Giirriion AbijahBendnch David Hill H. A. G.Lee Barton Lee John McClure Robert Newell '."V. Smith Hiram Straight Members of the Legislative Committe. Done at Oregon citv 28th June 1845. Attest J. LONG Clerk. The Wheeliug Times states that Capt. J. O. Redof theU. S. Army commit- ted suicide the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 3 January 1846

SrwS.E" A. V- JinfeK-.s JMw't 2-('"-."'.'iLjiT -it S-"17 : .'fit-1 5t J 1-1rr "y-s i ryrsrt!SP!fniPC w- -iw a' 4? t r Is 1 Is IV I I 404 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. January 3 SESSIONS OF THE COURTS OF THE REPUBLIC. Suir:me Court John Hemphill. Chief Justice. At the Stmt of Government or place where tlie regularsessions of Congress are holden: Third Monday in December annually. First District John B. Jones Judge. Matagorda. First Monday io March aud September : two weeks. Brazoria. Third Mondhy in March and September: two weeks. Fart Bend. First Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September one week. Austin. Second Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September: one week. Galveston. Fourlh Monday after the fourth Monday in March and September : until the business is disposed of. Second District Wm. J. Jones Judge. Colorado. First Monday in March and September : one week. Third District R. E. B. Baylor Judge. Travis. First Monday iu March and Sep- tember : two weeks. Bastr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 January 1846

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 January 1846

i 8 ' f ft' i J. . - . 1 . . 7 -. . - . . .V3T . 4J c . WV .- . . V ... Vj" ": . l ' .. ' - . . K.'Li :. '..-V.. ty ot our citizens A to adopt rqren force adequate remedies ' ftislr acted to ascertain the; facts oPWhWiH- as seui u muAiuu in -wit: loruje injures yv nao sunereo or loun case Irom the Mexican Government in QI U lo eui Dniam? .aisine. same ninety !8 with full authority toCmqreilaVlkrPfVpnrf'tl to repel the threat aVaui'hp'niir ml ffinl rrr o.svi rVri! he prbnose.dr-in additibhU(vieldto the -.- . . ...... ...JV. .u .... .... uiu i(j.. u -- .-..: i .2. .... the result will; Mh'Ia Mv Ba'nna;h!n- . United States a .dctacneUA cmtorv north - ' - - --. t persons and proper special agent w summer of iSb roake another and final demand lorrcdross." ened aggressions .on the part of Mexico. The demand was made.; tfteMexiciin go-J (for btirarmy and navT had' remained vernmeiit prpniisedto repair the wrongs on lne rwuer ant coast of Mexico for f whicliive;comrilained and alter much m....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 January 1846

IIIIPF J3-' 407 r; r.T. .. .. --x-. u . ..j...- .- . J.- i 1-. :.'? ai w 7- ... ...- .-. . . .-- . . - -r- . . .-.'. .. -.- w . !..; t j- - i Jff af-l -. . .. .. ...-... 'i. -M..-..-A......' M Kunlll lJin. alHIIttAlaT niltilll AUHIil . ' " ff - HMnnMlndnil. nl h III 1 .. t .. - . . . '. LT 1 ... . ..J... '1 - .. I . . ' 'A 2 'i ' .J -. 1- ' ccr ihhi cunveimuiirn . .jrrni - ""iiur wirwiii-ufj J";''- l'ylV"l;'!(""; .!.; c iiiijiujiauiic n vm ucici ihiih-. wiimiiih hiiv foreign inieF.pqsi-" v " to he MVt?n by either imrit to the other befti'ie establisjhihg such a maifat letis'tonce action.. Wcteanuever consent that- European the joint occupancy tyni I . mrminnits uuu u mmin.-isuumuieu 10 inc luvoraofe consiae.vwrrs.siiuii interterc to. prevent such a uir- .ftere cither oho riglilfirl.ij'Tstrri oiM-x;reisi ex- THlioYrhf Congress. .;""' '- . -' ; Mou. beuusenrmight 'disturli iflie-. balance of elusive juridiciiun over "liv portion oj the It is.subfnitud (o tjie'.wisdnm of Congress pov.e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 January 1846

Ite.V tT. EafeA iA -i? ; i i --r - - ya-. i - - '- . . c--' - . - ;- -ii -.... -a. Unfortunate!vdifteroice8cciiitineo1&l JritXlfriireM.inay.tiiidoulnetHyv inprijtieiplerHsliitd Ic.wriiiU miisfclmceifJ V r - -- .. mong some of ihfe nations of South' Asriea 'discQetjunlsscrintiiinto.rhV rates of;diity imposed IfVoir some ar--1 )tfa ?")' -?d jfttxl the .result of the-ir tvhich following our example have estnlodf-. fn iirrjmgTuiJie rales ulvduyon diflerejft:af--( tjelcs iire proiiibitory and on others so high : "'l"a - crwie'-irji!! Hie happiest cm- ed their independence while in utlietsiii.tttV iiclfi-Mit tiienl.ijcrhiiii-ati'iiiiVisliiultl !&e witti! jia jsrirMtlydiiniiiiii'li jmiirtttiiiiBi'iiif i' pT'o- r' ' . i. iiiq nsiHiriii iiiT nur Mil me revenue sruuuara. uuu :i;e or oc wuu. - nuc.f h iua uninmir p i-u.m1.. i... ...til i... t : - .......... uic -uouimi niuxi'm it " w - -- .T"rT"-.""T - i - " -- v. t -" n '-- mw ! f o v si ii .iimi-vwtu t z - is - - the view Ii raiHi'Ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 January 1846

PW January 10 409 il .. JJJJMHnML.JUnbWLLUU . h t&meTm&s&sg&i&sgisgs v. -.-i: -- -. srk"4 :. i:. -r. -fiTo- i.mk.siji LS'Ki-i-k--v"" -sir 7rf wrjitiL" .2 ". a ' -- - v " -' : --.- . . - -. --- tl -'Wu-'; .H ' r TEXAS tf AMWaJL &'EiG I'MER? ' i narme --''" miliii" 11 ij?; I "- - ' - - - - - - "- -ii Entertaining ttie opiiiioti J Unit the scparn lion of me u.ou'ys of- ihe. -government "tr.um inking institutions is iudispeUMible fur lite safety of die funds ofthe government antl llie rights of 'he people;" I recommend to Con- gress that provision he made by Jaw for .such separation and that a onstiimional treasury be created for i hits' ale keeping of the public mouev. The cousin inionid tieusury recmn- meiided is dengurd .is necufre depository for the pu 'flic money w itlioui aiiy power to make loans or discounts or to isue any pa- per whatever as a cum ncy or circulation. 1 h l . . - -- . . . a. templuted by the ontiuiiou sutUi.UI lie tnde- pendent of. all han...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 January 1846

J V Ir" 410 t. - -" . TIS.XAJ .tftf'-... -I f -' '- "'- f- ' -'7V- " "' "-"" . 1. - ; -?- w ' i i.i nTi - - "- i - " T- '-' - S H r "WTSI"- . li I January 10 demand that the lowest ratesbelofcted which geijf pear four-score yearsithe hapy con C&REaPONbENCl:: OF TH E -.ReGJSTB re ?: Jf" -- I -well remember the apprehensions zl" t ? ' ii . i - . i - -... ... . ' niiinii rfr ino finiiiiii'V miuiupuii. nn invi iiiiiiim tit . - r -r - -. . - itfi-i i win pronuce uir necessary revenue iwcci ....... ...? i....j ..... u ..- . ;;-- iiiXtraci oi a letter dated Houston uecem-; - " urne existed nere'ou account the expenditures d- the.dertmem; t invitejof Andrew Jackson whu !.pHrtyi tins. IiJv i.i l ber 21. 1845. ' " of the proposed immediate 'abrogation of the attention of Congress uhe ugaesTipjis the Iranqiiil M " '.hliJSMijd' immortality. '-'.; - ' ' . ' tbe existing government of Texas by tlie of the Postmaster .Geueritfon this subject- uh-sj His 'death washappyas life lift had been em- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 January 1846

6 January 10 - 'fJi'M- - Wr'T KXAKN A T LON A L.'R E6 ISTER- t v;. ' .- "" . ; -ft 3Trf.. Ic jZi . . i . j. record of -hi.s iicjcCtUar Ifo: T?q1ahrief $ijaieflppUan v. Peltyer &;Lohr appef- The world neVeK witnessed such follyf " of Tl'il iliftiirVrotti the first intelligence of .thuirlecs- -njjpeat'froiff Liberty. District Court knavery and madness before. .' ' uJtl iM&which if nouakin out m three month SUf rentier through every'cliannel nccoptl- Judgment affirmed. . Thi ntwMnvnr nl I.ivfrriool is David will be forwarded to- Uio General Post Office ardcad avor ot L.iyernoc bIeio'thejSovcriuiietnY th.it they should Mirabeau 13. Lamifr appellant vs. Sam Hudson en formerlvrconnected wiih ":' be regarded as prisoners of. war and etiti- Houston appellee" appeal from Harris Dis-. xfc rfr(..it a merino house of Messrs. L ;. A - tied to every privilege as aucfi. As to tlie trict Court. Judgment affirmed. Cropper Benson & Co. ' ; ' ' tt'Sr " ciiarge of a desire ou -Ins part to a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 10 January 1846

s- sVV- - v . .3? j-" w-: J C " j .. . j." -. I . V k r-t v PROSPECTUS or THE - - " . J - . A. TEXAS HE M O G ft A.T '.- -living compl?t?JjhefiVpiw t leJ Texas Natational ''Register jtlit undersigned will continue to publish at life City of Austin' Texas a newspaper called line: Texas Deio ckat. In giving n brief outline of oiir intend- cd course we wish .to confine our pledges with-- in the pale of redemption.. We design making our Journal a register f the transactions of llie past which are rele- ventto tlie history o& Texas to present facts i Ao record passing extents to review the course nnconduct of public men tpiiraise. t' - - ........ ..l.nm nA mtc ' i& r.wnpn we can ceuauin bhbic .... r ! -:... express our opinions boldly and tin reserved ly - -tipon political subjects ; to lend our aid'to the advancement of no parly further than the exposition of correct principles may be in- volved; to open our columns for the vindi- cation of the injured ; to prohibit and (if it w...

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