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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 11 January 1845

' 4 iif-. -Vfe- . - $ GISTER iilfe: SiPiPiP lf.P R Q PAIR I A.-.W 0 ST R A E TS U A iDJGNtTATF imiwunsuLji ...in . CTi-timunnw-iunuMU ujnij.iumiiujii.i iihii;-jr..mru i iimi miiwi VOL. I. WASHINGTON TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 11 1845. NO. (J. -a&rf .--' W ? iv -n. ... .y-Btih-iTJ' - -vwifflr.TiA- . -.--- ? '4 ?. Hfe-JiBSSfe' ' a vjrar-.- wiiiK' -'iri I . ti ;: w .$ TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS BY MILLER & CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. TER31S. Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for six momhs and two dollars for three months. Advertising. For each square of 100 words or un- der first insertion one dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. ? 'AyeUuctlou'of fifty per ecnt.wff be m:2..iiv4L. ' yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing tke same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for ofiice ten dollars CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. Shannon to Mr. Ilcjon. Legation ov the United States ) Mexico Nov. S 1 84.4. y The note of Mr Rejon 2Minister ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 11 January 1845

it 'vBb - f. M 4 v -JS .7 j. . d -v; HAS w V j - r it l 2 -- .-4 s AT r V42 r fr - sf TKAAS NATIONAL RKUI STE-K. J dersbuied refers ?ii- exeel.cmyJB& by ncgoiiation first fruni Mexico Ilcjwrls of Committees. " -. : 4 n report madejby a special agent snt Iy tlni aluln v of tin; people ! that country io ! and now from Texas. Anil the mi ciigued By Mr. McL u.l iiiiuiih. 1:V. committee C "' ' President JaeKsouto ascertain and ropoil up- maintain tlirir separate soven iniy nr to cannot forbear lo express his siirpiis.: and Ids for the relief oi James Morgan !ilt(. i;avalcom- 'fiH : on the coudiiuand facts in ru!attiii to the in- i II"I government eniltl ut.-l by ihem.'"' -egio: lh.it his excellency by qu mi a p.ul miss oner; hy Air. Uourlaiid.'fn.m "tin': com- tCx. Adepeiideuce of Texas. The following are ex-! Such was the language of President Jack- and suppressinj; Ihe material p.ulul what the mi t e on pnsioilices and x.Mn.I. to er.- -- ' tracts from that report : s . . ... -. ......

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 11 January 1845

Mass Wj . r. vr 'f'2?Q X nnuarv ii s TEXAS NATION L REGISTRR. 4 43 frtmi Wnshmgiou who npprarstiere -as their be made in vain. The constitution has guar- thus cramping all rations in the field? Was viiciik. i would ask the fruiiilftnaii from auteed to each coiimy the right of having one Ihi pmieetion? Am when tlu.se unfortunate tietugm autl San Pntririo to consider will riMirisi.to.iiU-.. mm.I I :n m.h .lic...cl ii' !..! nnn. as brave n ..v..f w.tm in tin AmI.L I..I1 J' " ........... ..-- ...W-.. . .. !" "-- - " . . . ...... ... ..... ...... y .. .. what they are l.tnjr. II TIU.T hi .. I I.I I .. . t " - m pass iin-v HJiiy Hiiim repnseiuaJi.iij up..n this lloor. Suppose the Mexicans should break tip Cot pus Cliristi uid the settlements noon the San Antonio. i i Up iii a contingeury i)t; power to withhold that right from the pco- tileil"; till of I lie Wi'sT ir :mv other iinrtiiin nt the country. It is true I have supported the last adminis tration with what liitle anilities I posses...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 11 January 1845

K&rvZ- rJ-mi 9 r LJ-rsr1 rv l&ft ?;:- OTSW"'f 'A Vftv .' r- &Tr v- -':;i;. $HR$ - fM- TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. v January 11 3Hvr-r. m m it '." brasij .- V 33& . V" J m 1S4.TE i .. iC- v. ' '.. - ' r si . r t l' M vv"- SL? .- -.- MM' W .i.-r:.t i$&M' iftl' ' IMPORTANT FROM 'MEXICO. :f-?K' By ihc arrival of the schooner Form na :'v New Orleas from Vera Cruz whence she SHK'T Hailed on the liStil Ult. we nua uic important fcfi .'""' information thai the revolution started at siTi. j. -- - . ..-. i- i i. r . '? A i.i: !...-'.. !.... lnc h:i flllilllv ovtmid .'& ed almost entirely over the whole country . ;' .laiiSCU UV vjruii. i ti"-""! " J .-.. :- and that the complete ovemuiMv ui.iiiui'iuiu C- 8autaAnna is certain although he is still in Vr' fi)inHi:ind ofa fow troops at Queretaro. In '0-4l?:- the city of Mexicothe revolution broke out j? : -Sl?Vou the 3d inst.. and ly the 7th ail was quiet. ; -Gen. Jose Joaquin de Herrera was m com- ' jnand at the latest dates ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 11 January 1845

.r $$? s : i - 4. . Vl v.4- $- ".'-AH j I January II TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 45 are all dead. But before they had died be-1 large bodies after a time they may rise like fore their contracts had expired by their own the clouds which spring up in the north over- limitation at another period when Great Dri-. shadowing the land and burst upon us des- tain exorcised undue influence over Mexican I trnying our political institutions and every legislation was passed the memorable law of. thing valuable to us. Is this out of the scope the Gth of April. When the fust Congress of possibility? They have their predilections; met it thought proper to put aside the claims they have their political views; and uader all of Robertson Austin Milam atuieei oiuci circumstances when called upon to act they contractor whose claim called for N. Anieri- j will be found to acl together and to act upon can inhabitants. This Congress he trusted ' those principles in which they have been would not ful to do it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 11 January 1845

Sfe vife . ' J TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. Jannary 11 b ? ?.- k- v up -..v- if v .? T- J A J. " - '? . V '. 3--.:. W- :'N&' ' j'KV ;v- di. SfeW". 1i.'''VJ.' .' .v.; r S (. -:-.T' M I'i il- i& .w . - -" if- ft . "..awmf j t3 f ' . f '-' - -if - . 'klJSSt ' . 4': ;' wim. p bii f 'nr ... "r. Armstrong introduced a bill supple- mentary to the several acts on import (in ties. On motion of Mr. Sitntt flu: House ad- . jourued until to-morning 9 o'clock a. in. ;'. Thursday Jan. 2 1845. House met ; and on motion of Mr. Iloliin x Hon. nili.iiiriied until to-morrow niorim -- j o'clock. Friday Jan. 3 1845. v Pet i' ions Presented. v .' By Mr. Bourland tin: accounts of the dis- '. trict clerk of Lamar county : by Mr. Mcleod the petition of Lcaudcr Wescott administrator r &c; also tint petition of Kdward Drew : by Mr. Williams the petition of W. 15. Good- mnn: by Air. Wdiiamsou the petition f George W. Miller: s -verallv referred. Reports of Commilttcs. Mr. B iirlaud from the committee o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 11 January 1845

$ Afl & Fanuary 11 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. rh iTL 47 lHw just discriminations r paiiml cm motions as appli -d to ti.e ..tw.gsil.ons oi all classes of the i . .... cotnmunuv io ippmi uiu government. I'm- icss.onal iiirii li"eu-r should lll(l ..iji.y the ....... .1 ...if i... i . ... . . pecttve puisiiits. i'"W the. Register. 1 hi inexpediency of a tai ilr on boos of all (Hid i'Vi I dcciiptioii. is a subject which is xcilitir Mime atlenlion al p:i'Mni. It is obvi- ous 1 1 -it hooks are veiy sr.-iiec in tile country while they arc much nedcd by onr ett.zeus. Sufficient difficulty m obtaining tin ni is found ?n ill. scarci y of money t piv for iliem w uh- unt the ailditinsi d burthen of a duty of fifteen per cent. Benevolent individual- and nssoci aliou-in the United State.- haw made and do fiont time to time make d.uiaiiuiis i.f use- ful hooks lor gratuitous circulation in mir couutn; :ud does it not look uueui'ious on the p-irt ofour iioveruiut-ii! to inert tin; hum- tious from a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 11 January 1845

SfT fr -v - -.. . iTt . i t. HW - 3fc sK'fr'J-H. N --.- j r.v:.?- 1.3 TOiia'.T ly . A NV - . r i 1 "" fc.2 lif - & S XI $ jt-.f - t p ;i v. .JPS .JVr I J&ih V S -. ' 'etr m i- "4 1 3s . 1. tMm& ' 'vet ! ' ''" "c . 3fe rtjtl 4T? .1 - r "i t '. f '- 'i H- : rH. mS l -f S3 -tsar?. :mk nnr1? - V-1 ' o -. .-V- - as- fc-. ' Sric7 tfnuvwut - Jiff'. &. L .' 1G1A fj ? MX. aw-x. - - ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS AT& FROM WASHINGTON. ARRIVAL. DEPARTURE. Eastern Sunday 6PM Monday GAM Western Saturday 6 P M Monday G A M Houston Thursday 6 P M MondaV 0 A M Sunday 6 P'MIFridavI GAM Velasco Friday 12 M Franklin Tuesday 12 M Tuesday 12 M Saturday S A SI Washington Nov. 1841. RATES OF POSTAGE. f;fT Established March 1st 1844 and receivable in Gold Silver or Exchequer Bills. Single letters less than 100 miles 12.Vcts. do over do 25 Double letters less than 100 miles 25 do over do 50 Treble letters les.i than 100 miles 37 do over do 75 I oz. packages less than 100 miles 50 do o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 January 1845

sv-A- fl "W -v k.m.4 r r5. : "ji t - SSJ V-- fr .JlTIONAIj REGISTER. TRC ! PATRIAJiPSTjRA. ETSU A D IGMJATEr J i m u'j-ii ui-urar! v- VOL. L WASHINGTON TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1815. NO. 7': -4 - & sisgaa4ksB PR saBOKecxJis I ! Tl r u TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER -PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS . f SD Yo M I L L E 11 & CUS II KEY JStM- .-. 5-t i -V 'public printers. .Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for s;x months and two dollars for thijee months. Athci tising. For each square of 100 words or un--der first insertion one dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. . -. A deduction of fifty per cent will bemadc upon yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for ofiicc ten dollars CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Monday Jan. G 1845. Petitions Presented. By Senator Roman ihe petition of the citizens of Victoria in favor of annexation : referred. By Senator Greer the petition of Samuel Brooks: referred. By Senator ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 January 1845

a-fi r' f-'k ?- JX'S -rrrfr vt-F? fW'if'W ' . 50 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. January IB -4 - of the General Land Oflice to issue patents ' in! certain cases passed ; the bill allowiiig;tw.o. "additional notaries for- Moiugomerycounty - J and for each of the counties of Sabine and Harrison passed ; the bill 'legalizing the in- structions of John P. Borden late Oommis- ""Vionerof the General Land Oflice in relation Jtto land dues parsed ; the bill regulating nibi- ltrations and referencespassed. - nfe On motion of Senator Pilsbury the Senate .adjourned until to-morrow morning lOVel'k. . iTucsDAY .Tan; 7IS45.' jv; jLiwyi" "J wmmidMiii - i ''. Senator Kaufman from a select committee ; 'reported back the bill restoring lauds sold for taxes .tec. with amendments. Senator Greer from the committee on-the stale of the Re- - public reported a substitute for the bill estab- lishing a standard of weights and measures ; j also a bill for the relief "of Samuel Brooks. r Senator Pattilio from the com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 January 1845

& K is k- it January IS '8? r TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 5r Jv -Sjt '. :. .- Tr' ' .- &r vr r e H 1 if Its r? I i should pass. He had witnessed since he had been here the passage of hills for the relief" of almost everv officer of the government ins- tices sheriffs coroners "collectors &c. Jurors are as much entitled to pay as any of these officers. The opposition here seems to be principally from gentlemen not subject to jury service. ' v 5Ir. Smith of F. moved to amend by adding an additional section : ' Sec.3 that the ju- rors receive nothing f..r their services as jurors in the district court.V V&Jij' v Mr. Scott hoped tlic "amendment would not be adopted. It came from one of that class emphatically styled lawyers-and not subject in jury service. Mr. Bonrland moved to lay the bill and amendment on the table: lost. Amendment rejected. f" r - - Mr. Scott moved the engrossment of the hill. ?Ir. Robinson : If lite provisions of this hill are carried out the treasuries ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 January 1845

. T ' 3. TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER.. "V January 18' M CONGRESSIONAL. 'vsJR - ". WrtnvtaA V. !... ..?.. . w Et Tr.n -j "i !'" in w lilt AlglDItr by tl JCm IHI3 j HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. TfT Wednesday Ja. 8 1S4. ' Sills Introduced. && By Mr. Armstrong or the relief of W.D. Thomason ; by Mr. 'Henderson to repeal itiie 14th section of an act to raise a revenue "? direct taxation approved lGth Jan. 1S44; '$' r- Wallace amendatory of air act reMi- plating fees of office &c. Reports of Committees m J; " Mr. Erath from the committee on public K4I:inds reported unfavorably upon the petition '-i Isaac u. uoyee; also renorteil" a bill for . " ix . . ' -4tne reuei or llie heirs of Win. Brvan : also." a -- j 1 ' 1 tl I -t a a - Ml inr T A kl..rt i" T 1 II rn - ... i. .cuui oi isaoeiia x. fccott; also reported back the bill for the issuance of pa- rents and recommended its passage. Mr. -Henderson from the committee on Iho-slato of the Republic reported back the bill for the y relief o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 January 1845

'jiL v v Mi 11 1 r - - m s. t i :- January 18 TEXAS NATIONAL RECTlSTEK- 53F w & i 1 to interpose my objections to its passage. It would sir be needless for me upon this occa- sion to present to the House the general views which I entertain upon this subject and all of " similar import ; having done so once. Whe- ther that will suffice or not. suffice it must. I will not recapitulate. 1 am opposed upon principle to the law byvhich the President uf the Republic of Texas is authorized to cede' away any portion of our territory. But as a representative of the people so long as that lavhall remain unrepealed I feel it tojjemy duty for the interest prosperity and !jHt()f "the'eountry to aid in preserving and eOHng the law. 1 will give my assent to anro- vision which does not violate lhat ana the primarv law of the land the constitution. The law under which the contracts of similar im- port were entered into stands unrepealed. That as the law of the land enforces the obe- dience not on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 January 1845

r rssfc .V 54 tedfcfc TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. . January IS ' fif ss ; k ..' r 'T w certificate of good character from theDepart- Tfunent of State of the country from which he ? xt emigrates. Mr. Scurry: The effect" of thisjimend- & men' should it be adopted would be to :" 'defeat the object of boththe parties to the Ss'original contract and impose conditions upon VJthc contractors impossibleto be complied 3- with. Thus sir would we" defeat the sole object of this resolution -a resolution iust in -A--5 character aud equitable in all its bearings. W&. 13 maiy Spvernnieuts they have no depart- iViiienl of the name and styie of the State -JFDeparlment; and where such docs e.ist its fjft Spiead cannot possibly be supposed to be ao- r-quainted with the individual character qf every jmirant who may wish to -find aphonic in -"r ..! i w. iiiis --iJiuu ot promise. iesiues me giving' flf certificates of character "seems to me to be incompatible with duties incumbent upon a Secretary o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 January 1845

jtJSV I: W i - $ a. :c 1 January lg . fffcfe.-- ' -"-Wr" TEXAS NATION A L JLECdSTER. be requested to inform the House under what constitutional or legal provision or under what usage of "the government a cliai6 d'uf- fii res of the U. States 'near a foreign power consulting with the' authorities of suclf foreign power is instructed as in the letter of Mr. Calhoun to Mr. Douelson just referred to to assume the control and direction of troops of the U. Stales which may he placed in the field for actual service in the face of the public enemy so far as to direct the points to which they shall march and at which they .-hall he stationed to that extent placing the troops and the officers in command of them under .the superior authority orders and command of - such char6. OBITUARY. Departed this life in the town of Washing- ton on Sunday the I2lh iust. the Honorable Joii.v 7. Smith. Senator from the county of iiexar. The deceased emigrated -from the United Stales to San Antonio in the yea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 18 January 1845

' . TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER; January 18 - 56 -..$ SB-"-.- v .. . . '.: - -. ' '- ' ' - y . n&' ' ' ?-- wfifc-c AT-J il V. -fl-. i- . .t- rnmrAT l - r r-.jF -vw-i-'' i V rcscntativcs of the Republic j.me sv- st- AN ACT .For the incorporation of the tbwn.ofMarshalUm trie county && .-- ' . "of Harrison. . "-'.'' '""' ' - - -"-- Se'tt enacted bv the Senate and House of Rcii public of Texas in Congress tassembledivdi . - - .'it. - T-l . citizens ot the town ot Marshall be andihev are: vv hereby declared a' boi'iy" corporate and' politic under the '!$ :i;inje and style oftheXborporalion of rtfie town of iMarshall who shall have tlie power of suing and being sued pleading'" and being impleaded and to .hold and dispose of real and 1" personal property provided such .real estate is situated jjg- iviinin tue limits oi said corporation. v - - -- '"' g ec 2. ifc it further enacted That it shall beHhe dutyi oi the citizens ot the said corporation to elect eight Alclen- l?; -'en and a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 January 1845

S-Vi- r Iftl'V" i v.-:-r1i Si - ! .. ! d s&&C4XUX. IV U J I ;- 1 c ;:; y;i N-i-iirl- ra-P"-. ' - i-iilS;-vi - ""udflv -.. - s -v .. i. njyu ' I I it NATIONAL. GISTER. 1 1 in uwijuiirii.ajimiij.j. ijg.tmjti.iaj-kiji;njui.e-win mi iiuuuij jjj .uiit li m a-m. ' am Jit - f&M-Z' lit Jl.llll' i !". ft -flttf.w p a vm OL. I. T$ WASHINGTON TEXAS SATURlgy JANUARY 25 1815. NO. 8. TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER; PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS BY MILLER fc CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. TERMS. Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for six months and two dollars Tor three months. Advertising. For each square of 100 words or un- der first insertion one dollar. For .each subsequent insertion fiftv cents. v V5 ':"- e'er ' -" f1-" "'-' - -i'" A'deduction of fifty per cent win be made upon -rarly advertisements with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for ofiice ten dollars C O N G RE S S I O N ALT SENATE. Monday Jan. 13 1S45 Senator Wright presented the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 January 1845

'' ' fir r 58 TEXASNAlffkoNAL REGISTER January 25 r a preme Court; also a bill to prescribe the mode of proceeding against delinquent holders and collectors of public moneys. By Senator Wright making valid all surveys in the colo- nics previous to closing the contractu lor the same. By Senator Roman requiring the Auditor to audit claims for provisions &.c used in the service of the country t-'uioe Siri. Orders of the Day. The bill for the relief of J. C. Neill: pass- ed. The bill.granting to settlcrsou-lhc public domain preemption privileges: amendments of the House adopted. The bill lor the relief of J-. G-. Beaity and others-: passed. The bill for the relief of J. G. Tod: passed. The bill for the relief of the depopulated counties: passed. The bill for. the relief of the heirs of Joseph English deceased : passed. The bill denning the duties of the officers of the Trea- sury Department &c: passed. The bill lor the relief of 11. P. Bee: amended and passed. The bill to contin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 January 1845

Ct3!l?-is-- iTMfl January 25 f EX AS NAT IONIA L REGISTER. 5 countrv will notbc populated it will not be cultivated ; its resources-.wiill not be developed; but wc shall enablethese beneficiaries to make a magnificent speculation by the acquisition of one half the 'lands without any pood to the country. I hope the House will not vote .unadvisedly upon this -matter-; but will reconsider -und let the contract he called for. Mr. McLeod : The gentleman-contends that if the contract were cariied out as originally contemplated it would give protection; and that as now proposed it will not. Now hi tfiiruot denv ih.t if the families are planted in alternate Mictions ihey will be slaughtered-: i no man of common sense can deny that. He goes on to speak of the enormous spe- culation to be made by these contractors. Now 1 have always taken it for granted when- ever capital could bo introduced and 'perma- nently located in the country that whatever benefits would enur. fiom the use of that capi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 25 January 1845

Jits! & M TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER January 25 CONGRESSIONAL JKejtorted for the Register by F. II . HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Saturday Jan. 111845. Petitions presented. By Mr. McLeod the petition of Charles Tower; by Mr. Scott the petition of Levi Jordan. Reports of Committees. Mr. Henderson from the committee on the state of the Republic reported back the bill forthe appointment of patrols; also the bill for the amendment of the constitution and re- rommended their passage. Mr. Mabry from ihe committee on claims and accounts re- ported a bill for the relief of S. Cummin gs and A.Swift; also reported unfavorably on the petition of Brown and Guiar. Mr. Sutherland from the committee on public lauds reported unfavorably upon the bill for the relief of Abraui Skidmore ; also reported back and re- commended the passage of the bill lor the re- lief of the heirs of John Williams deceased. Mr. Armstrong from the judiciary committee reported a substitute for the bill to define more perfect...

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