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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1835

V- -VUj ' jbss: & TELEGRAPH AM TEXAS REGISTER. ' 9 ot fed Sam Felipe de Austin, Saturday, lovemfeeff. 14 135. 'NO. 6. yrtfA v it - r , t J Ma "i -Mf " I Oli.I. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY BAKEK,& BORDERS, SAN FELIPE DE AUSTIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. FIVE DOLLARS per annum, if paid in advance. SIX DOLLARS per annum, it paid at the expiration f six months; and SEVEN DOLLARS per annum, if not paid until the end of the year. No subscription will be received for a less term than - six months, and no subscription will be discontinued un- -til the expiration of the term subscribed lor, unless at the -option 01 the proprietors. p&? Subscribers notresiding within the limits of Texas, are 'required to pay in advance. VTERMS OF ADVERTISING. V A . Advertisements occupying eight lines or less, One Dol- , "iarforthe firsthand Fift Cents for each subSequcntm- ieruon. Longer advertisements m tlie same proportion. . EXTRACT ROM MONTGrtyilEItY; O for the death of those " , Who for their ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1835

S:w;?5s3gs"' "; 3 ir ti , ;5gr)rWfe 42 TELEGRAPH. PS Sv1 f a v4. j4 jtrmu'vmr t Mm mm fZ sit v IX. K -a - -iff! r .JfR f &s mited a power? Not a single man of those " who assume it, is chosen by us, or is sub- ject to our control or influence; but, on the contrary, fhey are all of them .exempt from the operation of such laws ; and an American revenue, if not diverted from the ostensible purposes for which it is raised, would actually lighten their own burdens, in proportion as they increased ours. We saw the misery to which sutih despotism would reduce us. We for ten years, inces- santly and ineffectually besieged the throne as supplicants; we reasoned, we remon- strated with Parliament, in the most mild and decent language. But administration, sensible that we should regard these oppres- sive measures as freemen ought to, do, sent over fleets and armies to eniorce them. The indignation of the Americans was roused, it is true ; but it was the indigna- tion of a virtuous, loyal, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1835

TELEGRAPH. 43 r ed, if the august chambers and the supreme government would resolve to spare no sa- crifice, to make an expedition to reclaim the honor of the Mexican arms, and which should be instructed to pacify the Indians, and to destroy by sword and fire all the van- dals of the north. For this purpose, it would be well that the expenses of the ex- pedition should be chiefly defrayed by the Americans themselves, that is, by those who have honored us with their company, in residing, here, who have all, without ex- ceDtion. nroduced the impoverishment or the Mexican treasury, by their continual fraud and illicit trade ; on the condition that they shall religiously be paid, either in cash after the re-establishment of peace in the interior states, or by a reduction on their custom-house duties." &c. MEXICO AND TEXAS. By the schooner Halcyon, which arrived yesterday from Matamoros, we have ob- tained Mexican papers of a late date. They confirm the fact of the Texians hav1- ing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1835

--: rs-5" - CwnW ; ?. -5 ?T u --"rv did not live to claim his money. His widow has since died, and the only surviving mem- ber of his family is that daughter whom he so affectionately and touchingly mentioned, in the letter written to his wife just before he went into the battle, and committed to his'aid-de-camp, major Frazer, to be delivered to her if he fell. That daughter is now both a widow and an orphan. She married a son of gen- eral W. Harrison, who was the friend and soldier-brother of her gallant father. Young Harrison, who virtues and talents promised to reflect honor upon the two illustrious names which had been thus appropriately associated, found an early grave at Vin- cennes, Indiana. His widow, in her last and saddest bereavement, found a home un- der the paternal roof of general Harrison, who like her own lamented father, after de- voting his life to his country, finds no other reward than the consciousness of having done his duty. Should thisparagraph meet the eye o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1835

-33 hk e-jfez. IT. Jtt3 K TELEGRAPH. -45 1 zos. It is addressed to the inhabitants of Texas, denouncing the military usurpation of the province, under the dictates of Santa Ana, and calling upon them to organize and support their political rights. This proclamation had been responded to at a meeting ot the inhabitants, at which the following, among other resolutions, was passed: "Resolved, third, that we recom- mend to the citizens of Texas, union, con- cert, and moderation, in the adoption of the measures to meet the present crisis, and that we pledge our fortunes and honor in support of such measures as the majority may adopt." All this loots woundy like civil war, and from what we can learn, brother Jonathan has something to do with the business, having long courted an excuse to interfere in the concerns of the Texas, which is chiefly populated by American set- tlers, s Railicay travelling. In the week ending the 7th ult., no less than 14,5S8 passengers travelled the whole length...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1835

:3te, 46 TELEGRAPH. C Office of Political Chief for ' I THE DEPARTMENT OF BRAZOS. to William H. Steel, commissioner. Sir, By the enclosed copies of the de- cree of the honorable Congress of the state, of 18th of May last, and the subsequent order of the government of the 30th of the same month, you will perceive that the co- lony for which you received the appointment of commissioner, has been returned to the empresarios, Austin & Williams. The duties of your appointment are, therefore, at an end. And you are hereby commanded, within fifteen days from the date of this order, to make return to this office of political chief, of all that you have done, or caused to be done, in your official character, as commis- sioner of the Nashville company's colony. You are commanded to make due return of all the books, maps, plans, &c, that be- long to, or are connected with the office of commissioner for said colony, that the right- ful empresarios may proceed in the settle- ment of said...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1835

ffiZgrF. - !. i- - "JZ CS'SIS!? -: x JT -""s0 J -.3&32'i. af ?I saw cl Br iimaxii. - '5' y sU rrr-jWiSy fa ? 1 F" l,f i f The provisions left in the hands" of Mr. E. Andrews Esq., at Brazoria, subject to my orders, are as follows : f P78 barrels navy bread, ' 2 barrels beans, 2 barrels pork. rWitTi tho PYnnntvin nf snmp nrrir.lps fiY- changed for others required by the compa- v ny,) remain for the use of the army, to be forwarded as the Convention may deem proper. " The committee at New Orleans were daily receiving subscriptions, which are pro- bably augmented to ten or fifteen thousand dollars, to be expended in further supplies of arms, ammunitions, &c. There are also volunteer companies being formed for the service of this country, and are only wait- ing for communications from your Conven- tion, to tender their immediate services. Witli these assurances of the good feel- ings of the people of New Orleans towards your cause, I have the honor to be - Your obedient and very...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 November 1835

7? ..-SlR r., 48 TELEGRA?H. f. IV SL-: ?" sj? : patch. And that the president of this conven- tion be; requested to cause a copy of the foregoing resolution .to ,be transmitted to Mr. Hall. . Adopted unanimously., REPORT , Of the Committee on Rangers. The committee to whom were referred the resolutions of Mr. Coleman, ontlie sub- ject of1 a line of rangers from the Neches to the Colorado, have had the same under consideration, and beg leave to Report the following resolutions. Resolved, That they recognize the acts of the General Council, on that subject, suffi- cient for the present emergency : that said. line of rangers be extended from the Colo- rado t6 the Cibollo, with a company of twenty rangers, under the superintendance of George Wl Davis, who shall be governed by the same resolutions and instructions of the other superintendants heretofore given, and that the said George W. Davis make his place of rendezvous at the place known by the name of Big Spring, or head of the St. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 November 1835

V?"4 Cr. R A . ;-'H - ' t 7". ..T T - . Jit V r s- jm W "' '-J u? s . w.- - " -r- i ,. .u!-; te ' ' w s ' 'd. AMX TEXAS REGISTER , , i , is' ; .-- . . . YOL. I. Saia Felipe "de Austin, Saturday, November 21, 1SS& . WO. 7.. Ctrl ? HHHI SHM SKI T 33 i 0 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY ? SANFELIPE DE AUSTIN ' ; TER3I3 OF-SUBSCRIPTION. FIVE DOLLARS per annum, if paid hvadvancc. SIX -DOLLARS per annum, it paid at the expiration of six months ; and ' SEVEN "DOLLARS per annum, if not paid until the nd of 'the year. ' ' No subscription will be received for a less term than six months, and no subscription will be discontinued un- til the expiration'of the term subscribed tor, unless at the option of the proprietors. Subscribers not residing within the limits of Texas, are required to. pay in advance. ' l ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ' Advertisements occupying eight lines 'or le?, One Dol- lar for the first, and Fifty Cents ior eacli subsequent in- sertion. Longer advertisements jn the same propo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 November 1835

-?-- i w-iik "i?Jl -.'4? sir r j - v.-cji ggrjg"ffnl TE L E Gj&AlPH. domestic enemies isaraongsfus. In. brief, a" part of theseoloriies now feels, and all of them are sure of feeling, as far as the ven- geance of the administration can "inflict them, the complicated calamities of fire;- sword, and famine. We are reduced to the alternative of choosing .,an- unconditional submission to the tyranny of irritated mi- nisters, or resistance 'by force. The latter is our choice. We have counted the cost of the contest, and find nothing so dreadful as voluntary slavery. Honor, justice, and' humanity forbid us tamely to surrender that freedom, which we received from" our gal- lant ancestors, and which our innocent pos terity have a right to receive from us. We cannot endure the infamy and guilt of re- signing succeeding generations to that wretchedness which inevitably awaits them, if we basely entail hereditary bondage upon them. ' " Our caus"e is just : War union is perfect : our intern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 November 1835

TELEGEAPH. 5X is 3ual in this country, of logs, and consisted of two cabins connected together. One of; the roomswas evacu- ated by the family, and the Indians proceeded to plunder end, set fire to it. The other room was heroically de- fended; and the Indians retired, leaving two of their num- ber dead, and, tio badly wounded. Mrs Taylor acted with much intrepidity, and rendered her husband great assistance in repelling the savages. The Indians, after leaving the house, vented their rage by killing the stock. None of the family receh ed any injury. As soon as in- formation of the fact reached the rangers, they promptly attended, bnt were unable 10 find any traces of the savages. We received these details from ageutlcman who was at the house a day or two after the event. Mr. Powers, who hat just arrived at this place from the Nueces, brings intelligence that the small detachment of our troops which was sent out from Goliad, proceeded to San Patricio, attacked the Mexican garrison at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 November 1835

fmmmmmmm rf -n55arHa!cj55jw -.j. -. 5& TBLE&RAPH. The same argument might, be, offered ior thdscarcity o'f servants "at 'the tavei'ns at SAn'Feiine. ', And would'. not' the same, dif- ficulties Vfelt at'otlier places ? Flour and other luxuries brought from abroad might be more readily procured at Velasco or Ma- tagorda, but they would W proportionally more mmcuit to ootain at wusuiugtuu. s to office's, I presume they might be obtained at San Felipe, as readily as 'at any other place. ' It is true, the Convention hall is not sufficientlyarge for the number of, de- legates elect; but the citizens, it is thought, will accommodate the different departments with suitable rooms for our different officers. I cannot let go of this subject, without re- lating an "anecdote of two teamsters" with their teams. ' On the 23rd February, 1833 there was a tremendous show storm, as will b'e rememr bered, by many of your readers. The teams had gravelled tyo days, when the snow becamerso .deep,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 November 1835

E2gS s 3 j, t -jstS-- xS?' -,- HBEPE 53 i l Jesse Grimes,' ' ' ' f ' Cuaiborne West, ' ' ! Wm. P.' Harris, ' :' , - J. D. Clements HCNRV MrLLARD, Juan Antonio'Padilla. P.'B. Dexter, Secretary of General Council. V C Coms'ittfe Room, Nacogdo- chsS, Ko. 9, lS3o. To the Council of Texas, San Felipe de 1 ' Austin, (xENTLEMEN, You will confer a favor on"this committee, by having he following notice published in the newspaper of your place. ,; j ' , v . ' . To Colonel James Bowje, Captain Fannin, and .their companions ,in ARMS. ! r' in i '! By a dispatch received here this" evening, from general Austin, the1 committee of vi- gilance and' safety,1 learning' the 'gratifying mtelligerice'of'the. signal 'defea't pf a corps of foW hundred Mexica'ri trodpsV'by a tev brave men, (ninety7 in' humbb'f) under your' and captain Fannin's command, they una- nimously 'passed a' vote of thanks' to' ''your- self,' and captain'FannTn, and a'U the gallant men 'erigaged irf rth6' action, '' for so nobly main...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 November 1835

H P TEJUEGRAPH. 'J and signed by the Governor and .secretary ; and alf pardons' and remissions ,of"f fines, ffrantei sh'all be signed in 'the same man- ner. 'jS1 .. ( Article 10th. . "Every officer '.and ' member of the' pro'vj- omnnl Xvani'manf Viofnrfi finterinS- UDOn I the 'duties of his office, shall take, and,subr scritie the following oath of . office, ,,'X, T will snnnnrt the republican principles., of the 'Constitution of Mexico, ',qf 18, and obey 'the declarations and ordinances of the Consultation of'ltie chosen delegates pf all Texas in General' Convention assembled, and' the ordinances anddecreesjb.tne pro- visional government ; perfprm , and ' exe cute the duties of myt( office, agreeablyto law,' and to the best of my. abilities. So help !me God." ' , , ',., ,. ; -i; tiith.;- j :; ;; . On charges and specifications being made against any officer of the, provisional go- vernment, for malfeasance or misconduct in office,- and presented to the Governor 'and Council, a fair...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 November 1835

juv-- - - - . . .,. .. - . ?- :m .,-?" J J ".? -.--.,. - --v- & "'-", -. : -ssas&.5.jfe: " skst: '. St" . Sr - ., Jr - &$&& ,, jagSifciEwfet S . - J5, ? f- -w -- h ..a- '" V -3r - 'sT' "r&ii'-- ifc" -j&y"- ., TtiikcJgJtiht 55 c&mm!'Xv-si.'i es-7 i y f palities, and proceed to elect one.captain, one first lieutenant', and one second lieute- nant, to every fifty-six men, ; Article -12th. When said'election shall have taken place, the judges shall certify to the Governor, forthwith, the names of thef respective' offi- cers 'elected, who shall, as soon as practi- cable, make out, and sign, and and trans- knit "''commissions for the same. That if there shall be found to exist in any munici- pality more than three companies, the cap- tains or commandants, on giving due notice thereof, shall call together the subalterns of said companies, and proceed to elect one major,; if of four companies, one lieutenant-colonel j if of five or more companies, one colonel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 November 1835

4 JC jS"-;.- . Z- .- &' f tttofcWlf' .r- S5? "h . -- -j 56 TELEGRAPH . f , "CAUTION. , lrj ' ;yi LlJj'PER'S'OS are' hereby cautioned -i3L not.Xo trade, for, oi; receive a .note for TlirfiR Hiimlrftrl'Dnlljirs. drawn bvone.'in . favor of Moseiy Baker and P., C.( Jack,, payable sometime in December .next, as V navje not recevea vaiueanu am uetexininea iiot to.pqy.it. , v ,, t -, n r. '. ,; , XHOMAS.H. BORDER.,,. nov!4tf . ' . ' ' MONTvTLLEB0ARDING-SCH00L. MRS. AYERS & JJIS&Mc&ENRY 'respectfully announce to the public that they propose(6peninga Boarding-school for the 'instruction' and accommodation of young ladies' and misses, at Montville oh the second 'Monday in -January, 1836. s '" i TERMS. ' , ' '' ",' '1 ' Orthography, '-Reading, Writing, and A- xithmeti'c, $6,00peVquarter of twelve weeks. A" charge5 of fiffy 8ents wilf 'Be made for each'dditioHaT liraticH taught. I T3oaHing $2400 per cpiarter. ' ' REFERENCES. . Asa Mitchell. Esq., Montville. r" " . ', """' "V"0""...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 December 1835

r ' aoTf. fff-f- $ HK ?k ?Xl M'-fl-a i-.A VS&f IF T377SW -V ; Hi IHhH HH ImT VP SH - JHl HKhH . AWD TEXAS" REGISTER. . 9 .1 VOL. I. San Felipe die Awstin, "Wednesday, December 2, 1835. NO. 8. S 3&. r Xx; 99 Mr? - in 3& - irtwcy j f ra:? . ii fir " , -TSSSe I" JiESksa&P mM irsai ;fe$-: t m Vbi- ' - a2src '"' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY BAEEB & BOIfclENS, SAN FELIPE DE AUSTIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - FIVE DOLLARS per annum, if paid in advance. SIX DOLLARS per annum, if paid at the expiration of six months ; and SEVEN DOLLARS per annum, if not paid until the end of the year. No subscription will be received for a less term than six. months, and no subscription will be discontinued un- til the expiration of the term subscribed for, unless at the option of the proprietors. ,' ' Subscribers nof residing within the limits of. Texas, are Tequired to pay in advance. ' " TERMS OF, ADVERTISING.- Advertisements occupying eight lines or lessj One? Dqt I iijr lor me nrst, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 December 1835

r- best rum, for my mess. He was very hap- py to serve me, and the mate was sent to get it ready. Very true, I wanted it for my mess ; for the members of it were all on shore waiting for it. The liquor was ready, paid for, and put into the boat : a keg of crackers was also paid for ; the master had his own price, and kindly asked my per- mission to treat my boat's crew. I thanked him, but it was strictly against orders ; they had their allowance on board, and did not require more : exchanged a shake of hands with him and the mate, and jumped into the boat. ''"-Up oars shove off give way !" and in aiBTV iSinutes, the point that divides the inner from the outer harbor of Saint . Louis, rwas between us and the schooner. The rest of the men had assembled on the beach, and, by the peculiar and light sweep- ing of the oars, they knew we had been successful. The boat grounded, and was hauled up, the keg of spirits and myself removed on shore. "Well, boys," cries S ns, "we have succeeded, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 December 1835

s l' thousands. Jn order for Texas to succeed in what she ' - has undertaken, it is necessary that every citizen should jbftjrnpressed with a due sense of his obligations to his i-tscounty, and that lie should be willing to contribute to .yihat cause whatever his means will allow. Union is the grand object, and in order to secure this union, every ( one must be willing to make concessions of his private v prejudices, and consult the good of the community. ijc. A sense of common danger, and a desire of $elf-prc- Jp " servation should bind us in union ; and the impossibility . of maintaining our rights without co-operation, should 1 perpetuate this union. In the administration of the go- J!- vernment, the question should net be. will a measure serv e -"" the particular purposes of one or any party, but does the good of the country require it7 Purely disinterested pa. triotism probably nowhere exists; but self-interest at a time like the present, would make a man patriotic, and prompt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 December 1835

JuC. .SS S'I' - TELEGR'A?H. V-rttis -" KSs. "-j S60 . 4 ',1 -r-swr; T - - - llL Sk V -v t Y: to Cj2100 liberals, in the state of Guadala-j xara, and must, by this time, have driven the central troops and the centralists out of that territory. The state of Paebla, with the governor at its head, has refused to publish the law of centralism ; and by last accounts, it ap- pears that the citizens were arming en masse to defend their liberties and rights. The state of Morelia, formerly Vallado- lid, has protested, in the strongest terms, against a change of system, were arming their " milicia civica," and had a respec- table body-of liberal troops in the southern part of the state, prepared for the field. The inhabitants of Oajaca have made a noble and vigorous protest against the usurping government and aristocratic party; and it is understood that they were prepar- ed to defend their opinions and rights by arms, so soon as the central law had reach- ed them. Zacatecas is "oppressed, but...

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