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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 November 1838

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 November 1838

- ANTIQUITIES OF OHIO. Professor Locke has addressed thefollovyinK-in.'erest ?nff lifr in ihe editor ofi-lHe Cincinnati Gazette: ' MtBditor: While oJt.ths geological examination of Arinm cnimtv.i oose-vec 'rom iuo ueistus ui aucioi inountains, there -called-"knobsV a conspicuous and in- sulated elevation-severa miles tojlienorthivtsl, which, forJthYpurpose of sorae.topograph'ical sketches, I'detcr- mined to visit. I foend it to be near Sinking Springs, oifthS roadrfrom Muysville to Chilfcothepnil within "the linuVoF,Higblaud county. It is sailed, jn the vi- cinity, "Fort Bill," from an ancient work which occu- pies the top of "it After groping my way, -without a guide, one mihvon foot through a by-ioad, and anoth- er utile on foot through forest, I reached the top, which is a" level table of 35 10,40 .acres. Here I wis surprised to find an ancient work, in many respects surpassing all others which I ha'd seen in-Ohlo. The mountain is 500' fed above the bed 'of "Bush Cre.ek, which wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 November 1838

ir " i: t 9 u '&$ ' -----j .- safe.' ,succ, ssfuljiuroao' "upon w jwifrfliesicen seuieiuenKoii.ihe.ttio urantio-within a'lew. j . P- . - -, a -T - T" . . ' '.-T ' . - . ajrpyialhs. . -'The repbrtUjut'.Castro.had gohe-L'ack'jtoJjoiii ! M ;'-$-'-- t-iyrtli.theMexicaus; proves to be.wliplIv'incbrrcc'U-E&IIer . A:wiih;the main body ,orhis tribe, add has recently, mado "T.sevcroj-viBiis iu jjcaut iuiuiiu, u Hiiiaiiiarce;ui.our-ci--Wizens to accompany mm lu.nn-'expeditiurt.a'eainst-lhe' . Cumraanches.- - ,'-T "-v -: " a? 'TheTCroiike was hare;b"ee"n encamped near.Arransas V "Ilonnff'-Jho.5urarner,,uhd have'bceairexceedii)sl:''useru!' Nhfi niftvono rt(v ihn !Ynl.. " V..r-f.. t.l.';.. .-., iinna'iml UUIJ0l(lk lnhabitarils;-" mb1ed,Tind..- CxndeavSfi Lyperiormi'n, thd.rnot menial -.dfficesi tojT" T shbwHhir,5iTtac"hmerirt() tho,T-Iiite5. A! ...U, ,' , ; ,. JrVe .hhve, noticed, viih pleasure, that-many oflheS ,nietnjers of Ct)iijjces?,.even froin i.the .ino?t fliHlanrBec; litnisofibe ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 November 1838

sa irs. !?. ?. F n . w a- h a . V AW NOTICE S SJB Fields attorney at law, Lapuigo Fcys'tte county, Texas, refsrto Us G W ,lio.f .veil, Houston. i Geit-DiyPoEius. V ,6-tf fe xedwtist--T Cairaway Surgeon Deutast.'oSsrs hi 'proieqianaTKrrices -to. the citiiens ",of Houston, and vicin- ityrkulits waited on at thair residence. Office er Sanderson's 'store': .pet 27; . ," ' ' - 67-3." v-' A IxEXANDEKTS. ROBERTS. Attorney at Law, Libert ' JJX.lexai' M -business in the Jme of his, profession will be carefully attended to J2-172 . sept .22 j Ri G. GREEN, Attorney at law, Bottrop,' Texai. Kef. ,.- ferences Hon. G. W. .Hockley, Secretary of Wrir, tlotutont J.-JP. Brown, Ksq.j William oass, esq., nuu uen. . EdwafiLjBurlcspn, Uastrop. sept lv tf-159 ' T "AW NOTICE. Jl 11. Hexndon-, will "practice fin "tli'n -I .icourt's of theSecond-udicial District; comprisitijrthecouti- tica of Brazoria. Fort Bend, Harrisburg, Austin. Colorado, and Matagorda, and ihe Supreme Conrt of the Republic. -55tf ' i LA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 November 1838

EK PS . !&- -J? r "'& ;. --: gaBwraraKn -"..&sia Barakst iiss: ---." " U -- ' i . . , i - " 'i - ' t ' ' . JkiT .u-'-3' - ' . . -- - . -. W v ,."., . -. -q."'' " --. - -; ----- .- - sr THR&fS-'$'5 iii .advance. -" B GRUGEfr & MOORE- POBUSHEDWEEKLY, BY CRUGER. & HOORK. 83 Riunbers to cosutUnt tlie Tear. 'ITERMS-irSuojrriptJbn,- FivefD'ouar a.year, payable .in'od- -- .. Unu ..J m.tl. At.I. - mTmam 1i1T tllTM! Ilnea esC0 Cwtiaot pisscngert, and announcements of candidate J.p0Utcal.ol5i:eiiwni.he barged. at the common rates, ofad- " lC3"A.n-Tert"'nents to be paid for io advance; arid when not . '"vjjlg brdetml,- wuVinv.iiiMy'b. p'abl.'fhed-untilTnrbifnnd , Kj f ,r a'ccord'.ii :1 i. U Lettew oa bdaitea must bt post paid ',foywiU.mrtfce attended to. " ' ' AOF " ,t'e J. 6Vla.KDWXKD HAti., If ew Orleans; J31,! Booksbner?,:Mobne;BoTD&SuTi,-.uWor. n' 4 -'- "vnrk-"Dn; E; n. JU'M. Greeuaborougli; t-a;. '-fc iSS. -aTJ -Gir & lir, Waah-mgton; T,E, Bixi' Tarsni: J R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 November 1838

"i- ? j ., & -, r - r i-j If from her. rafenU, and received a second refusal. They too nerlined" miserably "ihaifeiti'davs; The alarm which these. desUs,jrhjch;gpearedaIrabsl',iniracuIpuf, occasioned, Cxcited'the- almost .vijnlahce'of the raagis-' crates; auu wuen on ciose exammaiiou orine owue-, tlsmall jnjtrument.ysB.lorind.in :thc..gi)2ronf-.d flesh, terror was" universal; ey.erj;one.Jleared for his. own life. Therjdnthuscroe!lyorpfiiiK3jhad passed ihe first . months' ofhcr'rnorniSg.HT'a convent, when Tebaldo', hopiBg;to;bpnd her to, hisnyillenlR-atedto.'speak with lief at thVgrale. TCefaceof the foreigner. Jiad been rer disjleasingtO her, but.since the death of all those ' most dear to bT,it had become odious, (a though she inula presentiment 6hisgiIf)'aud her reply wras jnosl decisive in "the- negative.- -Tebaldo, beyond himsch with rage;.atternpted to.wound her thrdiigh the grate, and succeeded: the obscurity of ' the place prevented his v movement from being observed. On ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 November 1838

. j;g ' 17 4 L4i. BP Jo'rfio murderous tomahawk njid scalping knife of the Ijmianl Shall we, I saj with our own fellow citizens thus expused. set heri an ihpfr Rpnresenlatires in thi.i Congressional Hall, and coolly calculate the number u." uouara ana cent that it will cost (o detenu mem trom tiro cruelties of the savagel Iftrbid it patriotism! l'orbid Tl humuuiiyj Fcrbiil it every generous feeling of the human bieast! No, sir, we should nt once furnish to such of our fellow citizens as may be disposed to rally ; in defence of our frontier amnio means to sustain them ! in the glorious euterprize. Fur who goelh? (or can be pectedto go) a warfaic at his own charges. The gen- tleman from Colarado wishes to strike out hat Very item wiiich rtfid otheiais most necessary at this, and the Approaching season of the yeTdo&lngt Would the gciillemun want to hear uf a gallant kind ot noble hearted soldiers exposed to 'the pitiless peltings of the .storms, or to the chilling the almost congta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 November 1838

" '(CI ' fessioha services to the ladies ami gentlemen of Houston Otficnut thBiSiy JloteJ. JKfLies waited onTitlb"ejr respective ilwelHngs. S'teSctirHoi-S-HTerettJHB'Djwac Camp- I .ell, hoo D BKauftian,,bcliariUian I)r W Geo Allen, nor 3 ltf.?.ySiggggi,.. S " i nnM: hririni nrh nf .n.f Xnn .".'. An,1Ieilir. MJTKCTY nntl 0l) ittuicsyhopesto "merit Viiber.il-patrouage in this 'pjare. -Jit prudent Dr Crcan be founil nt the residence dr Dr fancier. fifty .It-StfyGfttf ' J&Iy tenders Kit service to the pub jc. -He will attend the different court! f this and tlie neighboring counue.s,-n a any- Jezai Dutiuess enirn . . l . . ia I.?- .. .i Ka nffimntt iitian He.iunT, at iire i T. U,.,lnKitrf nrj VfxIllfO ST bllllllinpl. tI6e Dir Id,John Scott, Esq'itmLqh tries' ffntri-ns. Tfr.AW KOnC-.-i-uTHbll M. SRI,.VL coun-t-llor" 44 nnd attornev t.Uw: vvilJLprnctice ia the co'irts oi the te.oiiM,iai?i u unir.ci.- i)U3iics,euirus'.cu u;uim ...uv. with attention Office. B-at'Tin. ", no 4-7t atljutiji...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1838

cm wfiiraatBar 4irq va imbcdo- HrTW?Virai-d JtCSJij;?.' ,.S& r3S3r; - k ? rv . " & .- c, Cm, su . jctvlrt ?&k .jaa?a VS. T&KJTISSS in advance. BY'GRUG-ER 6c MOORE- Published Twice a H ek dur ins the Session of Congress and Weekly the remainder of the Tear. or ST at tne end of the year.' "?& HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, NOyEMBER 14, 1838 . . -rtA S s r VOL 1V--NO12-WHOLE NO.T68 B&. I S'SS'k 5rrKk fclJiTI OTIrl i fe 7 PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY..CItTJGER. & MOORE. 52 K amber to conslltnte tlio yeAr. TEtUIS: Suiim&"oa, Five Dolhrs n year, parable in ad- vance,and Seven Dollars at theexpinUoiLof tlie"year. Mfcrtising : Ona Dollar per square for the firt insertion, and Fifty Cents for each continuance eight lines or less is consid- ered a square. Marriage and Obitoarv Notices ofmore tlinn Uiree luwa each, Cards of passengers, and announcements or candnh'es , for poliucal offices, will be chargi-d at tlie common rates of ad- ertisiiiE - , , . ', , - B3AU adverUsoraents to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1838

h postages, Ac., wi&oat bef1ojBWUa, aetfcejr.ire new, to defray such expenses rbmMeir;', private 'resources. Their salaries are less tfisAosejrofimy. other govern- ment , . The--annuai-contmgcnfnll(wancesT)f "the legations ot the United States vary; from five hundred to two thousand I have the' honor to be. with great respect and on- siderauon, t ' r ' i vmi- r,liprlipnt eervant - R. A." IRION, i . V Jf Secretary of State. TV.Lw,mt nf Stnip. "City oivHsuston, November 5,tI83&, t ' , iJDObUMENT AJ Consulate Texas, ) ' l" JVew Oreaiw; November, 1, 1838. Sir:-t'am in, rec3pt',t Joseph C. Eldridge's favor of theM2th'insL, enclosings copy of a ccskiraci m&de for printing, ' wuTre-Hiesting my attention, having for- its object toascertain if it is customary in this place to charge extra for paper, under a similar contract. v Therewith enclose a certificate of three of our, first printers, which I hope will prove satisfactory. I have askefthe opinion of several others, who all a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1838

. Oi"' U" -- - r&?.-. t '?&& '; fi-4 &Fr. srfr ;-,- i y.vi f -tf k- l f 'fine packet,-iiiaocme'TOa wik-reaptne beoumuoaenticr ia the enterprise? -,,-.' ..." . ,viw.?: lanL-truly, your mend, , ?& . . ;4signi ;,; & - - elihu lbunker r "" EDITED 3T:.FRANCIS."li00RE,-JR;v MieKsiekWisdH&MUiiri Mwv 14, : 3 S3b- iA,'resoluiiqnhas been4' introduced ,.ihtbjthe8eriate;for theirepeay'of tne'.laws rektipgtojhe 'tariff, and the abo- Hfiof,the'wh6le sykemTof "dudesl, WehaVe longhand ardently desued'to' see this f measure carried into eflcct- We have been -well aware Ithat'tfie , proposition. for ai- nexatioa to the UnUet'-Sktes would be unconditionally withdrawn,, and' that -Texas would assume new and im-. -5. il...."w-W C!mi nninn.. We ' wished1 .tO .' see her commencing her new-career by a-hold-andhde- ' .cistve. stroke of poliejr that: should resound' rthrougho;ut; thetcQmmercial world, and give, ner. a prouastana among , ier sister nations. She is;now becoming stro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1838

l i CASSUrt, miuest mwtjct, respsotmUy tenders lu pf ISM Q fes-onuJ icmceto siBjceatatneceHyAiJiei, ilweMngt?mjieieficeiv,tt ilon-s a. r,verett, iiou-m.-"..i lie, hon D SKniinrtT,-"r Riaif sbn, Price, Geo Allen. nnr'.HM lhK.tr. ?v iw - - ? eiticshonCTtb&itritaJibJral patronage mMhii place. At re-ent, Dr Cfcan he found nt the residence orDr Gailey. ,, pre-en nov 3 .. 'GS-tf., EA W N6 1 lOL ArvJ.-isroirpittorneyTir. 1 irfrespecttul- , If lenders hifservicei-to the. pubHe,ft He.yrilL'attend the different cottrtrtfthls-aml tjieneigliboring. iiinties, and any" lejal-basinfis entriirtedp his cewi bepromp-tt'nttended to. .He'may, aff present, bpcorTsuitediu the law office of John Scott, Esq. Hedenburr 'and, VwldeVbnildingi: "''- to'Chief Jus- tice BrnliaH, John Scott. &q., and Charles ffatmus. nor 66-tf.-' s tT-A.WvN01iC. L.THtU M. SiiUt,V.coumcilor & Hind Rtt6rhey,"rtt. law: will practice in the"coirtof tber second' Judicial District. Business entrusted to him will meet withjl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 November 1838

iSi ? 3 v. a . " .. fS . iS W5-J "v ?5& . ' a Z-ri". ? aa ?$- Published Twice: a ek duv ins the Session of Catogress and Wee My the remainder of the Year. or S7 at .the enfl-af (Ithc jfcar. fsrpr;i.ir..i. ... m U autanvvaa 4?k -. -i J- - T &JW-- .- r KSPGMIOOKE, HOUSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1.83S VOL W-04WWM. $&IG9 3 m -lEilMa ilili . .H, HIHn..V7''-M. II a .jaaaaaaaai t HVlBM - I I I I III I ' ' I " I !- .... . ,1,1.1,11 I ?.J --. A. , -Oft !." ., iij- f JKJV VVP 2P& r s .s'.rcTS-ir-- .. .1 tf ! K ' : .wpr -$- t- .. ... . I . ' ' - I . . .. - 'm'-Bli laa w KMliK ! v BrBi .an ' Bli'lr & u . -Z'-'jrm' " i - - :ir-tii. r-k- . r w kSi tw ?- - i" ToiHdnoilibi&B?J0rt MpflBecr-Biary' of the Treasury, September 30th 1838. From the. Watchman of the South. DUECLilNG. No.'IL . "Thou shalt not.kill. Lxodus xx 13. erets of tKft-dvmb- thnnnihplfSwl nmhi-.-A .l. , Of the two classes' of 'criminals described in our 1st early widoivhood.ofhoiEsanAriMihPiViHiJrMl ; - the. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 November 1838

cT those hy whom this impious, practice might he sup- pressed. If such there he, which-he is strongly inclined to believe, theirs is Ihe crime and theirs the responsibili- ty, of suffering it to continue." 5. Lastly. The whole subject .in its "present aspect shows the importance and necessity of a more general prevalence of the.spir.it of the gospel. The reason why men fear Trproach and ignominy no much is, that they do not fear God as they ought The reason why men mur- der pneh nthfiratso horrid a rate is. that 'they liavenever repented of the part they had in the murder of the Son of Uod. If Uods laws eouia do orougm iuiu muiu suiuuu regard, .the laws of honor (falsely so called) ,would fall into utter desuetude. If lore to God and love to man were by the regeneration of the -.Holy Ghost implanted in every bosom this horrible blood-shedding would cease. Tllird Coagress--First Session. IN HODSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. .Friday Morning, Nov. 9, 1838. The house met pursuant to adjournment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 November 1838

M 1' - I- numdy,. Richard Cour do Leon, or the prodigal, but learned Wolsey. Genius and splendour, delight and dazzle for, a while, but the strongest force of humanity is tnorul. nrincinlS The excellence and wisdom ol a Wt shmgtoa, .secured the independence and happiness of a Repubi ic; not ,by military, but moral mice. But to ourlntent'jn these, chapteis, whlchare qfiered ss crude, suggestions for jour mvn timts ; suggestions for domestic, and coiistjtution-.il government.- T-T,n- 'lrccmihlnMnthi: sDirit -and lanmate of the constitution of thc'Unittd State? the, magna charta of thatpowerful nation, is tne strict, 4aUMui nanerence,, to nrmrmU which time should iustifvand perpetuate H.ivinn- nrcdicatrd what we 'intend as the, foundation of our css-iys on economy, political thw uonwsuc, wcu" in our neu, offer somp,dfinitfeprojoitionsic.oigan. ization of new governments, VwithijreferencctpAthe mas- imsof the practical rpjikh-andodier inodern re- formers; a subject whicH1 ought only to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 November 1838

1 A'lSSSSrtUai. hdv, bis pro- t iLSt vk'feMiunal services tu the 1 dict aud gentlemen orHoustnu. Odicent tlieC'tJ Hold. Z.idic-s waited on at tlieir re-p ctivp Iwellingi. JHerence tu Hon S H Kiewtt, Hon Isaac Cnmr-IiellhonD8K(iift-ii!,.UfKii.taril-oii, Dr. Price, Geo Allen. d-YKUlCOWLES lateo! Fiorenci. Al baaii,liaiiii:; per- permu!iLiitl'Juciteilfti the ciy of II uHon,'rosiectfiiily "teudcrsto the" public hit prof i.iooal ervic-; .mil from un ex- tensive practice of s.-ver.il rears in medicim , surgery and ob itetrics, hones to niri-it a liberal patro i ige in this place. At preei"it, DfC. cnn'he fonnit at the fevidence of Dr Gazley. SW'1 'GG-tf LA MOHUI.-A - Hmroir, attorney atli-., pi eti il- ly tenders hi semi , to tbe public. He will attend t'le diffenntpoiirUerlui'auil the neighboring counties, and any Jel busiaes- entrusted to his care will bepromptli iittf tilled to He'mny.at pre enc, hecou---uItediii the law office oT John Scott, Eq H-tleribur,? ai.il V-lders buMiucs. Refe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 November 1838

flil i ttY Ti?r!hhZ r j JkikYl3&ril t-' TJS&JUS 5 iu. advance. JPiifclisicttf Ttcice a H -eldur ills' the Session of Congress and Weekly the remainder of the "ear. or $7 af the.pB,fctlteyiKT.1j;. iij:il 4 ' TTIvrT7J7Tr. iT BY CRUGSR & MQORE- HOUSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1838 VOTa fV--Nfk 15WWOTaE"WO-1-71' ' ;, l -re ,nu:.io:a t t rlliMl J 2pf'3i i- PUBLISHED BY CRDGER & MOORE,- FIFTV-TWO NCMUKOS TO CONST1TOTB THE TEAR. TERMS: Subscription, Five Dollars a year, payable in ad- "vance, and Seven Dollars at the expiration of the year. Advertising-. One Dollar per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for each' conliiiance eight lines Jor less is 4 considered. square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more .than ihreelines each; Cards of Passengers and Annocncenients of Candidates for political offices, will be charged at the com- mon rates of advertising. JSAU advertisements to Is paid for in advance; and when mot otherwise- ordered, will invarii-bl y be publ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 November 1838

,. -- ( Third CongressFirst SessidriH IN SENATE. Novmber.14 10 o'clock a. h.' , t Senate met Prayer" by 'the -xhalain. The orders of the day were-eallea for. ' ' ' T hfi Tesnlntinn rprfalino- tlifi tarifflaWS Was taken UD -and on motion, jnaade the special -order of the. day fqrjhe Resolution relativewRule 39th of the senate:-carried. Soint resolution rallaating the acts of die second-auditor ahol comptroller read seeond time. A message from the house was received announcing, -the passage of the'substitute originating in the senate for a, bill authorizing the President to issuo20,000. Joint resolution for raising a corps -of 400 mounted gun menfor-the .protection ofthe-western frontier was refered to joint military oomroitfee. A bill to provide for thejvermanent defence of the fron tier, -lsicieu io committee on military uuuiis. An act to amend the judiciary laws of this republic: refered to judiciary committee. An act "authori zinjihe district iudee of the first judi-. cial distric...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 November 1838

r ' a r. An act was passed at the last session of congress, which wrasvetoei by tho 'GExecutfve, and. afterwards became a Iaw,-by the act -of aconstitutional majority. That act placed at.the disposition of the .Major General, the sum f'$20,090, as well as the control of warlike operations on the frontier, whilst it divested the Presidentof what he concaved to be his constitutional right" to direct those operations. Notwithstandingthis.no exertion has been wanting on the part of the Executive, nor the war department, in affording every facility within the control of the govern- ment, to an object so- desirable as the 'protection and security of its citizens. The honorable congress will remark, that the Execu- tire holds it not within his competency; when an appro- priation -a made for a specific object, to direct that appropriation to the accomplishment of any other: nor has he any constitutional right to draw money from the treasury, unless it is by authority of Congress. SAM. HOGST...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 November 1838

..'-H-r. ,ii " i- i. w -i.. st ".-. i .1.1 rrrr LA.mNQTICIA.,.lHuff"' attorney at law, respectfully tenders ius-services to.the'public. He will attend the dit- ferent courts of this and the neighboring counties, and any legal business entrusted to his 'cafe will be 'promptly attended to. w mayiatJpresettt,bet;oisultedin-therJaw,oniceoi Joan econ, Esq.rHe4denbu"rg andiVeddefsbtiildings. Refer to chief jus- ticeBirdsall,John Scott, Esq. and Charles Watrous , - LAW NOTICEGATHER M. SHRIEVE, counsellor and attorney at law; will practice in the courts of the se-' eondHudicial 'diitric't. -Business entrusted to him will meet .with attention. Office at Brazoria: T rflov3 5-'70, HE" legal" association" between . Cornelius Van Ness and "Win. Henry Dangerfield, is this day dissolved mutual consent. Both of the individuals above mentioned wi 11 contin- ue to practice in the courts of Bexar , Gonzales. Victoria, Goli- ad andfiefijgio. 1 ' "WM.-'HENRYtDANGERFIEED.-nov3. 3-69 ' GORNELIUS" VAN NESS...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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