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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 25 March 1846

1 L THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. f fg SEII-WEE'LI Published every "Wednesday and Saturday by J. . Ford & IflF. Cronlcan, corner of Congress Avenue and Pecan Street. v. VOLUME I. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, L846. NUMBER 13. THIS TEXAS DEMOCRAT. TEKMa. Subscription. Four dollars per annum- patable in advance. Advertising. For each square of ten lines or un der, firstjnscrtion, one dollar.- For each subsequent insertion, uuy ceius. A deduction of fifty per cent, will be made upon yearly advertisements, with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. . v nnoXj3cmpeiU of candidates for office five dollars. Marriage and Obituary notices of more than three lines in length, charged the same as advertisements EJ2-AI1 transient advertisements must be patd for in advance. An Allowance of ten pnr cent, upon all sums le- v t.ween twenty-five and fifty dollars, and of twenty percent, upon all sums over fifty dollars, will be made to agents. AH letters on business cnnneclpcf with the offire,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 25 March 1846

SENATE. Monday, March 23. Senator II dgg, chairman of the Committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred, a bill to continue in office, certain civil and militia of- ficers, reported the same bnek to the Senate atTd recommended its passage. Senator Williams, chairman of the Com--mittee on Public Liuticis, reported a bill, to that' committee referred, to authorize the Cum- " missioner of the Generiil Land Office, to issue patents on land scrip, sold in Nvw Orleans, and recommended its passage; also, a bill to authorize the Commissioner of the General Land Office, to correct errors in field notes, with an amendment, and recommended us passage. Senator Wood, chairman of the Joint Com- mittee, to whom was'referred, that portion of tlie Governor's message" relating to the militia of the State, reported a bill to organize the militia, winch was read 1st time. A message was received from the llnusp, - -informing the Senate of the passage of the fol--IoVing bills: Abill to establish the count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 25 March 1846

THE -TJLXAS DEMOCRAT. city of .1 usruv. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1846. J3r In the Legislative proceedings of our last number, it was accidentally omitted lo be .mentioned, that a resolution was ottered for the printing of the laws in the German lan- junge. Mr. Redgate, of Colorado, introdu ced a resolution to that effect, which passe its St reading, on Thursday last. (ErFiThe following items are gleaned frohi a letter w.itten by Capt. Coleman lo n gentle- man of this place : Bexar, March 21, 1S4G. "I have just returned from a trip of twenty days with Capt. Gillespie and lortyof his men, who started in pursuit of Indians, but fount! none. After crossing the Nueces river, Capt. Gillespie concluded to visit Loredo, to 'which place we proceeded forthwith. Enter- ing the town about daylight, aiid expa tinir to find some soldiers under the command of Col. Bravo,(having received such information from twenty-six traders we saw West of the Nueces) to our disappointment we found but twenty- eight...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 25 March 1846

The following has heen ou file for some weeks past, Init for want of room has been omitled until now : ' ' ' EDUCATION CONVENTION. City of Austin, Feb. 2 1st, 1846. I The Convei lion met this day, in the Rep- 'resentutives Hill pursuant to adjournment, nnd on the call of thi President, tlie minutes of the last meeting were read, and approved. By order of the President, the following .nams reported as delegates from their respec- tive comities, were then enrolled, viz: - From Galveston County, Dr. Ashbel Smith nnd 'ti'ii. !I. B. Lamar. From Harris County, W. W. Swain, T. B. J Hadlev, R.-v. J. W. Whipple, G. Fisher nud J. N.O'.Smiilt. From Montgomery County, Hon. C. G. Keennn, A MeNeill and P.C. Dickson. Frhm Washington County, T. Johnson. From If mitt n County. Hon. 5. A. Miller. .From Rusk County, Hon. ftf-.Clnrty. From Jasper County, Hon. T. W. Eddy From Ba-irop County, James Smith, Jas. Dovle. Ch-mcey Johnson and R.. II. Hall. From Travis County, Rev. H. S. Thrall, B. Rowan Hurdia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 1 April 1846

a? cone Mrl confereu Mr Bofll from its nmei currintr mi r Messr. Sublelt, compri-ed fnid cnma Bill creating De iiwfp and nased. Bill defining the bound? county: rend 3rd time arid p Bill creating Guadaloupe col 1tniP and parsed. Bill organizing Anderson count! -timp and nnswi. "' Bill to exempt from taxation, $2: if nronprtv: road 1st timp. Bill to create the county of Cheroke 1st time. Bill to Ipgnlize nndmnke. valid, the ofiict nets of cliiefiutTcps and associate justicps while sitting as hoards of land commissioners UeifRPiiMinJy '" SeptemhiT 1845, aiul-me J acmnnwrirsujAnjptui i-i wine. Hii TegnjHtm and defining the duties ol S5esSfrrfircjct taxe and revenues of thp State of Texas; rpr.d -2nd time nnd referred I -to Finance Committee. Bill to crente Smith county; read 1st time. J5UI iocatinsr the county seat of La Baca county ; j-esid lad jime and engrossed. BijT to organize and dpfinp. ine duties of -county courts; rend 2nd time and referred to Judiciary Offinuue-.- A. J. Russe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 1 April 1846

City of Auslin, litis 'ehrn.iry, A. D. one "7 and furiv-isix. IX SIEIBiSS0I. rn.tiw Scribed rjMji amis Ad in r. the undcr- id, fur p.irtiri- riii,lVo. 110 1, fd 0. -Notice is rfuce is received sfrom llilsdnle, rlie proper depart- r,ANDERFER. .ARINER, fiing Ssc'y of State. fcite of James Wall," litfl iostied Jy the .rs oi iiarns couu- 42; number not re- hy given, th.it if no of .said certificate H date, I will make an- authorities for a dupli- JAMES WALL. :9w 'iYOTJCE. H of administration upon the fit John Nolan, deceased, having lH to the undersigned, by the Hon. rfjiturt for ihe county ofT'nvi, at nary term of s iid court, 1846; this itifv all person indehied to said ett.ite Rise-Immediate, payment. " Hurrh 4::7::4t, OWEN O'BRIEN. JOB PRINTING EXECUTED WITH NKATKFSS AND, DESPATCH,, Icctiost Police. lance of the Proclamation of His r,eiioy the Governor, hearing date the Feb., IS 16, I hereby give notice that lion will he held sit the several pre- io the County of Triuis, on Monday d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 April 1846

FS - -?? J- T5A- , s- ? l?53M&2ed evet'y WeiiqiIayaEad almcdk&y fey JT. . Ford & SJ. Cffoaicasi, coi'sea' f J23gies Ave2an:et aaad Pecan Street. -SgSA "V i2 " VOLUME I. AUSTIN TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRXIS 8, IS1G. is NUMBER. 15. , . ' ""MmamiMT f ? ,. 'v '"1 fciS-'- t3?3S ir- vC"haSHj6 i- Tlfei . ll xT;'a4 v - S ' f. 1 m E? , 4s TER31S. SRscnpfion. Four dollars per auu- sancc. , r i- ater&iir.--For eacft square u, w ui u- , .. J?.: , n.-. For each subsequent er. &rsiiiiseruu "" """- - Insertion, fifty cente . .,-", J ywlfadveVysaments, with the privilege of renewing, JA?S n& . HV$5&Ue uhcjj &S.Vh2?ncemeai of candidates forQfficejfive dollars. J "MSo-p'-md OhUuarv ndlices of more Ihau three Marriage'and Obituary ndlices i:- ' . "lonrrtK nhnrmif the same as advertisements JET AlHraiisient advertTsemdnls'inust be paidior 1 S. AnrinT 1 -i!,.. nf tpn np.r cent, upon all -sums be- j tween twenty-five and fifty dQlla,iandgof twenty, eroent. upon all sums over .f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 April 1846

'1 ! i" -"? & m out the word -'one half," after "exceed," so as to read ihe tax levied by the county court shall nof exceed one half of the State tax ; adopted. " Mr.. McNeill moved to strike out the words "to appoint patrol;" lost Mr Pease moved to insert "such tax shall be collected by the Slate tax, collec- tor, in the same manner as the State tax. and by him, paid into the county treasury'5 adopted. Mr Sublett moved to amend by -rnser- linff, "-provided mat nommjj uuieui um- taiued, shall be so construed as to autho-J M.y timf nnthiiifr herein con- n..n,ronlintTr in PA'V n Tax HDOll 8 V citizen of the State, who maynot be a citi UiC LllIV uruiliy fc" -j -- -- zen of the countv in which such tax may. be levied "' adopted. Mr Sublett then moved to strike out the 8th section as amendad, upon which the ayes and noes were called', and stood. ayes 12 noes 44; so the motion was lost. " Mr Rose moved to insert il provided that th3 power heiein confined, of appointing patrolsneed not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 April 1846

?sv "& si JU ri.Tb S t 5-- K trol over thclndian tribes within our borders, the public debt. The facttlmjjjrthe debt of which her wisdom and humane policy have Texas was contracted duting a revolutionary ererictateo. If the country is to be esplo- J.-J 1 1... ;r.f nntornria tl-ini-n! reu auu surveyed uy pnuuc cim-ipui mi wllljbe an entire want of all responsibility and systematic action. Collisions will constantly take place between private parties of survey- ors nd the roving tribes of Indians; and as .tlie tide of emigration .advances, bloodshed Nvill occur, and wars be engendered, which will have to be closed by the'United States, at an 'expense five times as great as the price of the" lands, which wars, by an undivided em- ;pirethe Government of the United States mwht-nrevent and suppress. v In'the progress of the settlement of Texas, j new States will be formed out ol tier present territory, and it is not improbable that unplea- sant controversies will grow out of the divis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 April 1846

,'--:-v r' !- i; m JONATHAN'S VISIT TO A PRINTING OFFICE. Did you ever go Sown to the Printers, ABrL&ee all them " Devil V at work? "9l declare At beats all to fli titers, Mother's fuss when we kill our pork. Them fellers, they stand riht up straight, And pick up little pieces of lead, Stuck.in little chubby holes, thicker I'll bate. Thafi seeds in our big parsnip bed. Then they keepsuch a duckingand bobbing, And winkiug, like Patty's old drake When he's gobhling up corn, or a robin That staud's on one leg on a stake. Then they've got too a cast-iron press, It beats father's for cider and cheese ; 'Tis tarnation hard work I should guess, And it gives a confounded tight squeeze. There's a thnndering great roller j I swow, They keep pushing, the Lord knows for ?v what, And the papers would cover our mow, " Sucha whagping big heap they have got. IM'nonotion, f vunv'twas such tarnal Hard work io print papers and books ; But I mean to subscribe for the Journal, And go home and tell a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 15 April 1846

PWJPPWgJT''v" ' - -v mil... ' -', t i'r'-" . ryia ' . .Me ann., Ih adTaiace. . 'PabSislied every Wed Way .yj. S. p;d& 155. cVocaiadraei. oV qmvcm Jkrenziz aad Peca; . -" s r J : ' ; " f ' ." 'Tr ' ' . " - : - " , & j' 'x0f' & j ..t'JvvC te - " '' . . . ,AUTIMrSEpKfeDAT, APRIL '15, IS-iS. '- - ,i 2K-' ,',Af,T'l wro ' VOLUMES. . ..in niUlllWlinn ma n n m m. ,.mi. . ., .-T .n-.-,. ., ..liim ,nyfcrtMMritln.WMr.- m Mu ., , ,M , . - 1 - . jfcV, lEf n . -fiSta - & it JL fc rvnrn- I I ! .'" 4W W JU -w -SBIBBBBBtBBBB r- 9. - i .- .. iiniirr -- -- - -' - '- '" " - r - - I-fiSJ LiJ ! S: t.lLw l'. -. -V Lf v u to, : P;- hH ; s?. " G0HEv TJBXASr B3i?H.OCRAT. T1 k 56scnjJtton. Four dollars pQsnnum--pcyfl5ct"fi -dicckmnn-. For sactf sq&are.of fen hneF orun- erjiirstiastytlcfj, one dollar, For.fach subsequent atertion, fifty cents. ,rJ.1.. r , Adcd.uctioh iil ntty per pem-iu be maueupon yearly advertisementswith theprivilege of renewing Uie sam&qnarterly- , , " - AnnQuncejne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 15 April 1846

sf - y denomination soever issued, as conteJn plated in the 1st section, and notrnbi(acediaAhe Tst or 2nd class, shall composeine. ara ctasfi,nna ."... ... i shall . i, ' ?j .1 . c f ...,. ..t,. be paid at the rate of fc?n per centurnfpr: nn1annr) iVir.rorf- fliitrotinhn nnrrinrtinfr the prl to be due, Oe-motiort " interest nrl bill an6?araendments flaitfton; jfie-table IHCIVCIIUHI until Monday. A bill to beehutled -.titled an'ct forllicdVchnvseBWMoaddptJ. H. B.-tStoner .as their of the public debt nf he'!ReplIlip?ofgrxa5. . i .. 3 ZZ.t,. siiit Mifcf jytinft- . irKweinnaveau) sirtKe our ine r . - .- '. -1. r- .1 r y ' ir ?J i s - , rIv.i.'i..i. larnewinyi i ojcrocK., rjassed : "" v, BHI to Innu i re Notafl republic to procure eais 01 ohicp : a uuun upjifuiueiiiinii-ly-nlimc iwbo" iliall be conspirators of the peace ;'' a liillo 0rovrde for serving of writs ofj?Stnerprocess, on shfrffs ; 'a bill to jpgu- Htetoyfomifbcostsin civil actiofis a bill for tliewlTeriVrchase'' of town, citv,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 15 April 1846

6, ;.. &&.. . - "- ir i. S bn - a ft jy J .SM i ' - -- ' ? TST 43iepartmlehTo le Republic of Texas j read 1st time. 'Bill to connect Galveston Island with Ueigiainland passed. providing for change of venue in .ch'fl and criminal cases-, laid on the table TJhtil Saturday next. "!L Biirfixempting,r$250 worth of house--holdfurniture from taxation-, passed to 3rdreadmg. -Bill to continue in office, certain civil "'.and military officers ; indefinitely postpo- r bed. ' '"Bill exempting witnesses from liability in certain cases ; laid on the table. ' , Joftrt resolution providing for the de- jstractioti of redeemed Exchequer bills &c., -with amendments, which were adopted, tand bill passed to 3rd reading. aBlilcrealing Hunt county; passed to Srdjeading. vJ3ilk incorporating Lamar Academy; passed. " - &.-flpir authorizing. ,the Governor to pay expresses ; read 1st time ; rule suspended; DillTead 2nd time and referred to Finance vommittee. .USill authorizingthe payment of Go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 15 April 1846

- M From tbe Washington Daily Times. "XASSACHUSETTS TREEMAN's ADDRESS ' THE ENEMY OP OREGON". TO sr jesse n. DOW, Give uplyour country ! Who nre you Whodare her title deed to sever i Pause e'er the guilty ac't you do, Lest you be stamp'd with;shame forever. Your father? sunken .graves shall speak, Their withering scorn from fields of story And wild shall be theE-igle's shriek v . Of vengeauce 'raid the stars of glory. Stand for your native land fljflw .- - 4 Each hallowed' hearth each holy altar Your fathers shook the Lien's manE Why should you basely cringe and falter? Wfthen metlhe free, the tyrant fop, On'hill or plain on Jake or ocean : Nor struck for liberty a blow, Willi imw nopvp QnM pnpm fJnrntirkri 7 H ": ' i Then speak like freemen, yon who dare , To guard your nstive hills from danger; A righteous God your wotch shall share, And saveyoa fro.m the hireling stranger. IT-nur fsilcfs won the western world, 'TisyoTir!he broad domain to cherish; The,n Jetyour, banner lie unfurl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 6 May 1846

X- & thl V; ' ijf V - - m S , ji,imiijmj--jji'- . .im'; m riiiTym'art nwrimw.'HiMW wif.i 1.uprmi.iu1i.hiU ,d , ,..J,..j, v . .j. TTS'l-J---,'.".l.-.W.-. I 11 ......1,1... L .1 .).).') 1- ' "'"WHI l.-.T TT ' $ ,4 ' per sura.9..ra .adVasice. Publihed every 'Wednesday hy 3, . Ford & M. Csronicam, coracs-o' Cocagress Arenue,aBti Pecan Street. $6 C at the end of" f fee year. ViOLUME I. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 13 16. NUMBER IS. i-; t' rN ., v ". )9-, T -.4 & ! t & H V WzM jafeMbis ' THE TEXAS BEMKAT. TERiMri. Subscription. Four dollarsper annum payabltin- Gd.ahce. ' Advertising. For each square often lines or un- der, firstinscrtfon, one dollar. For each subsequent "Insertion, fifty cents. faA deduction of fifty per cent, will be made upon "yearly-advertisements, with the privilege of renewing ' the same quarterly. Announcement ot candidatesiorotnce nveaonars. Marriage and Obituary notices of .nure than three Jlnesm length, charged the same as ad vertisemenls. Trr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 6 May 1846

iticooeTi introduced a Dill supplimen- Genernl Land office to issue patents in the1, tary to an act to create the county of Panola. nameajndby the authority of the State of Texas; read 1st time. Senator Hogg introduce a bill providing for the payment of Commissioners appointed by the several acts passed creatine new coun- ties, where no such provision has been made ; read 1st time. Senator Bourlnnd offered the following re- solution : - KesolvedTlmtj-the committee appointed to destroy the seals ,fthe late Republic, be instructed to ascertain and'report to the Se- nate thenumberof lilnnk patents now ,in the General Land'Ofiice, signed by the Ex-Presi-dent, and howfmany of said pileuts haveheen iilled up and'Tssued since the IGth day of Feb. -3846; ado'pted. oeuainr unmes pruiuuu ui pruning in S.Lusk, praying the passage of a bill requi-i justices,of the appointment of notaries pub- ring the Commissioner or the General rLund Office to issue him a pafent preferred to Com- mittee on Pub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 6 May 1846

t 3 'v TeasonaSlpespectsoon, a revolution in mon etary affairs. You will no BouTit hear it attri buted to the operation qi the s.iib-treasur.y. Tlie great misfortune is that we have not had J thesiib:treasury in operation before, which' weam naverd n salutary check, upon these'excesseHpespect nothing but a pa- nic and we snoMe prepared font. r IrJBy the politeness of Mr. McMullefi, who-arrived iu this cityira the lstinstij and of Capt. H.. GI Gatlett, bearer of des-' patchesii-oin Gelf. Taylor, who arrived on the 2nd iust.. we areenabled'to lay the an- nexed intelligepce before our readers: Gen. Taylor's fortj principally .built of" v sand,Is-suniciently strong to enable hirn'tq defy the" attack of anj Mexican force which mavint7F.sr.it. for almost anv length of time,-provi'ded he can preserve his com munipationwith his depot at Point Isabel. To Je5tfoy that communication, is the great object of the Mexican 'General, to ef- dectwhichhe rias.thrown-a.force of from 4 to 6,000 men on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 6 May 1846

i , Daniel O'Connell. The accounts of the bad health of O'Connell must have heen somewhat overstated ; for on the 16th of Feb. he made a speech in the House of Commons, touching the condition of Ireland, the report of which occupiesseveral columns of theLon- don Chronicle, andjjf we may judge by the marks of applause full of his. characteristic vigor. Intlie course of Ins speech Mr O'Con- nell said "Between 1S21 and IS31 the population of Ireland increased by one million souls; be tween 1831 and IS41 only by half a million. Thisfulden check in the usual progress of population is the surest test of deep internal misery and suffering in the condition of a peo pie. ,Of the total agricultural population of Ireland, according to the report or tne com jriissioners of poor law inquny, in Ig'oo o . 300,000 were in a constant state approaching j to starvation. The rural population was cal-J culated in Lord Devon's commission at seven ; millions, and of these, five millions habitually suffere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 13 May 1846

It 'iiilwitiiHwnwiiiLliiii flirili'iliiiiii'! i "', nn - - - .-. ,...,- ., .. . - - $i': per .izm, in advance. -Published every Wednesday byX.S. Ford& SSI, Grpnican, copiegi" of Gosa?&ess Avcxsac' anci Pecan Street. 3?S O at Hie essd of Sike vear. VOLUME!.. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNjESDlrjMAT?13, L84G. NUMBER' 19. j :., , J V V. $ I -i kv e z : rws-- yy i&iJSm. FA. . r -i a ly.v " f us-- ft W ""f'SBaLJB TEXAS DJB&OC&fiAT.- $Sukacrij)tion sd:-ance.l , . -Four dollars per annum payable in .t Advertising. For eacb square often jlnes r un- der, firstlnscrrion, one dollar. For each subsequent insertion, fifty cents. "JA. dedtfction'of fifty per cent, will be made upon ycarlx,adyerdsements, with' the privilege of renewing tlie sanife 'quarterly. ' Announcement of candidatesfor office five 'dollars. ?Mrrige and Obituary notice's of more tlianiliree lineyn length, charged thp same as advertisements- nrjAH transient advertisements must be paid for in ydvance. v An allowance of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 13 May 1846

V1 iP- - r . nan it " I S ;j. -.., ; Noes-Senators Bnby, Bourland, Jeitl Parker, Wallace and Williams . Carried. Senator Durleson introduced a joint resolu- tion authorizing the Governor to appoint the field and staff officers of the volunteer annyof the State of Texas ; rule suspended and re-, solution adopted. Bill to stipend the further introduction ofl emigrants into the colonies, being the pecial order; nvesand noes called onsthe final pas sage of the hill stood : Ayes Senators Bagby, Bourland, Burle- Fonjpvvett, McKmney, MeNeel, Miller.ar- ker, Williams arid Williamson 1U. , JVoes Senators Brashear, Grimes Nnvar- roBlfiHips and Wallace 5. Carried and bill passed. Bill' authorizing the county -court of Bra- soria'to have made ajJxl plicate record book: -no,l flr1 limp and ousted. A messacffcwjisTeceived from the "House transmittinj it joint resolution authorizing the Govern qTr to5we cdmmand in person' of the .roltjnteernrmy of the State, wluelMA'as taken upanVj nil rules suspe...

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