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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 November 1850

wma mm WntotAtyym ffitfrsy.. 1850.' ( TEXAS STATE GAZETTE: -Trecr- l'i uJjm '9.5 Jt3 The Hon. Solomon Foot hns been elected by the Legisla- ture of Vermont Senator of the United States to succeed S. S. Phelps whoso term expires on the 4th of March next. XCj Letters from Lieut. Do Haven of the American expedition in search of Sir John Franklin dated August 22d have been re- ceived nt New York. The- American vessels were at that date ofF Capo Leopold nothing of particular interest had transpired and the prospect of success bright. Hjf Col. Graham of the United States Topographical Engi neers is to assume comman I of the boundary commission in place of Col. McClellan who retires tn consequence of indisposition. C3 Since Jenny Land's arrival in this country she has given $20- 000 for charitable purposes. p- Mr. Crittenden Attorney General of the United States in a published opinion pronounces the fugitive slave law perfectly constitu- tional. ' . trp- Jesse E. Dow a poet and political w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 November 1850

nsmfWaT"-. --'(-Ti mnjinumwB awaag )i i.i! .n' I' i '" ' ''" mgf0mHHt0 mfpplwij. wmwiWIipiW UBllr WWU UiiJ!WWaMp.'iaiWffi .. -i.Ji '-.. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE; NOVEMBER 9. 'ymMW& i . mm.. t.."---(711ill - - gr- -rT-. .... .nfl-L.. BMW' " ' 6 jiarppi New jttmtfcly Magazine ! IIORTY THOUSAND COPIES Of THE FOURTH WJMDER OF THE jieW Menthtf Magaxiae nn issued on the 2d of September. 1850 at Ne Yorfc tb finleiHtlon. The orders fax tbe back Bsmber bad been to oa- xpectedly large that ft ws found impossible to (apply them . jSrraBgemeaU bare ij made however Try wbteb theTcbfisbefs will bow be able to fill orders to aj extant to which tbey may bo favored with ibeta. It is tLrjfr aim lu make tbe mat- te which the ocfelv munbers contain of rocb a character a shall bare prta-a peat vatoe and Interest for miseellaneons rraflers. Tbe Poblisbcit deire again to express tbeir thanks to tbe public and etpectatlv to tbe periodical aod newspaper Pre througbout tba ecacxrj for the ex.Trsordias.rT degr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 November 1850

u.i (in tri v f i m i i 'I ' "ifc ' 1 in rrtrffr- agrafe VOL.- 2. 'AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1850. If 0.13 THE TE-XAS STA'IJJ GAZETTE. PUBLISHED IIY W. II. CUSHNEV 4:atc Printer. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Volume cl fifty-two numbers. Single numbers Ten Cents. In nil cas.es payment in advance will be required of Sub-" scribers living out of the County ol Travis or the amount assumed by a respon- sible resident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will be no respect of persons or deviation from ourterms on any account whatever. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar pei square f seven lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each continuance. One-half these chaigcs will be fiiadelo those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly! & Business Cards ot not morethanonc square will be inserted for ten dollars per annum. Announcements of Candidates for Office and all political perso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 November 1850

J'j'mW!nrr"'l -W- ''WWliivZZZZZZg mttmilt00!lWmmHm 1111 i nmy mmm "i "i -wi'JwimiiW"'llf"r"t'lW'f i98 TEXAS'STATE GAZETTE. 16 IS 4f 9J ' fi I I s THE STATE GAZETTE. CECr OF AUSTIN SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1G 1850 .LOS" Our readers will eiaim another column the ndvcrtisemenlafof l?S?r t . i . . . .t.Tt :... ii .i i . several oi our mcrcnantswuw uuvujuhi-ojwhvu imu uuu jjchkiui irauii. 3K ments of. goods. .: The KF Wo are requested to remind the mcchanices of Austin that a meeting is to be held nt the Capitol this evening for the formaton of a Mechanics' Association. The object is a noble one : and we hppc to see every mechanic in our city present at the meeting to-night meeting will convene at 7 o'clock. ;(EpvTl.o Hon. E. E. Lott Johnson Wren Joseph Taylor and L. T&Wigfall of the House of "Representatives and Wilds K. Cooke of tluScnate havo arrived in town. . ? Col. Clark L. Owen has no doubt been elected to the Legisla- ture from the representative district of Matagorda Wharton Jackso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 November 1850

WW .mnm.wfmmaiwwjnw "TTSf" 1850.' TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. Cl m """ V V" V Harrison County. The election on the' ten million proposition took place in Harrison county on Monday tlic 28th ultimo ; mid tlto result is a majority of two hundred and fifty-six votes in fnvor of rejection ! This vote is indicativo of what might have been the result throughout the entire State if a thorough canvass could linvo been had on the merits of the question ; for Harrison is probably 'the only county in the State where the question has been fully discussed on both sides if we except "Washington county : nnd that too gives a majority for re- jection. At the samo time mi election was held for a Senator for the district of Harrison Upshur find Smith in the place of J. 1?. Taylor resign- ed ; for a Itcprescntativo for Harrison county in the place of J. M. Clough resigned ; and for a Representative for Harrison and Upshur in place of J. II. McNairy resigned. The entire ticket run by the friends of " rejectio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 November 1850

rm" iipinj I ii;iyw;t''J-a-g . "" ! v ' J vf-'i 5?"55 M ii- t to NOVEMBER 16 OPINIONS OF THE ; JBPEEME COUET OF TEXAS. KlmT DeUvcledt December 3ferjJ4---1850. Tr ANDREWS Administrator of Andrews vs. HOXIE. '" From Washington County. Opinion of the court delivered by MY. Justice Whebldu. The appellant's intestate brought suit against the appellee end ono Edward Bailey upon a promissory note made by the appellee and said Bailey and endorsed to the plaintiff; which note is as follows : -' Washington 8th January 1840. 1 " $6028 75 twelve months after date we or either of us prorn- " 'ise-ttf 'pay John A. Merle & Co. at their office in the city of jtfew 'Orleans six thousand and twenty-eight dollars and soveutylfivo cents with interest at the rato of ten per cent per annum from flrsfof September fast value received. (Signed) E. BAILEY. J ASA HOXIE." . The. note appears to havo been endorsed 1st by John A. Merle n&'Cof id Nathaniel Goddard: 2d by Goddard to John A. Merle for accou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 November 1850

wp w-" ippWH!i'fP!gpP!iMffwiMjwii mo. TEIAS STATE GAZETTE. ilQi- But whether it was so'oxpressed and framed as n cover for usury or not whereat does not co-appear on the face of the contract is a question exclusively for the decision of the jury. It is a question of intention. lb. 70. 4 Hill 224. If indeed tho parlies did do- servo a higher rnto of interest than that allowed by the law of the place where the note was made or payable under iho mistaken belief that the law would not in that shape regard it as usurious ; their mastnke in that respect would not alter the character of the transaction. But where the contract upon its face appears to be legal it is for the jury to decide whether usurious interest was in fact reserved in tho contract and concealed under the form or pretence of a contract to bo performed in another country or un- der any other form or name ; and if it shall bo so found by tho jury the question is not what law is to govern in the construc- tion and execution ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 November 1850

I mmmmmmpmmmmlm r$i mum TwiiwmaumiZZmrii "lWlWW'WVWaWB roBBBW Jlggjjggijj pwmi ni f)i It I tt 102 TEX&S 'STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 16 For the Btate Gazelle. a . Historical RcmImIsccbccs Mr. 'Editor: t send you tlio following reminiscences of post transactions in the history of our State which may prove inter- esting to some of your renders. v A paper written and circulated by the laic John A. Wharton on the 9t of August 1835 i (ho town of Brazoria and pub- lished on the 15A of August 1635 in a paper called " '77e Texas Republican" published in Brazoria by F. U. Gray editor and proprietor. . - . . Wo whoso names ore hereunto subscribed nre of opinion that n Convention of" the pe.oplo is best cnleuliited to quiet the present excitement and promr.to tho general interest of Texns ; we ac- knowledge the doclriuoof "the right of instruction" mid wo thoreforo recommend to our fellow citizens tint call of a Con- vention nud wp further recommend that tho delegates to said convention be ins...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 November 1850

1.850. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 103 hi. . . .' For tho State Gazette. The Youlh of California Cared For An urgent npplicntiou lias recently been made to tho American Sunday School for two nrrents for tho organization of Sunday Schools in Cnlilornia. Tho Union proposes n missionary lo comply with the request as soon as the men can bo found. Who will go! Excitement in Detroit. A dispatch from Detroit dated Oct. 12th says: The slave excitement continues: The jail is well guarded by our military who are under regular army discipline. The tie- yroes around-lhe city are tittering awful threats. At Sandwich in Canadaopposite Detroit there are at tho least calculation thieo hunched negroes who lately crossed the river and it is dangerous for a citizen from here to be seen among them. The house of an Irishman who informed of the negro fugitive now in jail? was attacked last night and gnus and pistols filed by both tile assailants and those iiiside'and some blood shed. C3 A Washington despatch of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 November 1850

aiL. 4 .--.i- tl. -- WM STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 16 14 I Mjurwrrta Wrw Waiitklv Matrazihc ! FORTY THOUSAND COPIES OF THE FOURTH. NUMBER OF THE NcW Monthly Magailna Wre Usued on tho 2d of Septembor 1850 at NeWfY6rko tlio first edition. Tho erdcr foi tho back number had boon 10 un- expccfoilly largo that It wn found Jmpoulble to upply thorn lrrangcmont have boerhnado however by which tbq Publishers will now bo oblo to fill order to any cxlont to which they may bo favored with ihom. Ii it their nlm to mako tho mot- tcr'whlclt tho UcColvo number contain of uch n cbaroctof n shall liavo perma- nent value and Interest for miscellaneous reader. The Publlihe: delrc again to "cxprc tholr thank to tho public and especially to tho periodical and rtowppor Pro throughout the country for tho extraordinary degree of favor with which their Mdgotino ha been received. Tho iinivorai commondstion which ha been bestowed upoh Itnd the extraordinary circulation which It lis obtained confirm them 5n tho opi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 November 1850

r r I ;T"" I'ii I v State CJazette Extra CITY OF AUSTIN TEXls NOVEMBER 19 1850. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Executive Depahtment Austin November 16 1850. To the Honorable the Gentlemen : An event which was no doubt anticipated byN you at the time oi your recent adjournment and which has since been officially communicated to mo as tho Executive of the Stale has rendered it necessary for mo to assemble you again in extra- ordinary session. 4nd in greeting you once more as the repre- sentatives of the people I have much pleasure in congratulating yoil on tho improved auspices under which we meet for tho tran- quility and peace of tho Stato and tho amicable adjustment of all matters of difference which were likely to ariso with tho Fe- deral Government in respect to our territorial limits. On tho 27th of September last. I received by express from tho Department of State at Washington City a certified copy of two sections of an act passed by tho Congr9S3of tho United States proposing to the Stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 November 1850

'''""W'-T-" b" er "rnrww wwnw- "" "TTFVW7"'' rjJHf- HmtnoHnimnHMi .... - wiwtSmm MMwNNrf'Awww iwMIPN WiPpyP"lil (Hi .Ml :ii..ti Ni v . J US.KA T ' t . le B" let fa. SUl S"" -sgP?&svSlfllCr A .Jl .-?l?- '9m ill VOL. 2. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23 1850. NO. 14 T II B T E X A- S S T A T E G A Z E'f T E . PUUIilSIIISD HY W. II. CUSHNBY t:&tc Priulcr. Single TERMS. STTrtRHRlPTinx. Four Dollnrs ner Volume ci iiftv-two numbers ounibcrs Ten Cuuts. In all cases payment in advance will be required oi sub- scribers living out of the County of Travis or the amount assumed by a respon- sible resident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will be no re.snecl of persons or deviation from our terms on any account whatever. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per Square f seven lines or less for the first insertion nnd fifty cents (or each continuance. One-half these charges- will be made to those who advertise by the year with Hie privileg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 November 1850

"""p 5K?iii.s.r:jiaiLjJJ. i ! wfmrnm it" V " ." ' .. . THE STATE. GAZETTE. Cy OF AUSTIN SATtylDAY NOVEMBER 23 18Q0 Kp"- TJio Mechanics' Association was temporarily organized at the capHol ou Saturday evening last and adjourned to meet again this evening-at the -Soiiffof Temperance Hall at seven o'clock which has 'been tendered to the association for that use. It is expected that eve- ry nian:wh6 may intend to becomo one of the Iwdy will attend. . 03? Ex-Gov. .Wood Gen. .Tames Hamilton and Gen. Memucan Hunt arrived in towndi Monday evening. v4 TEXKSTAfE 'GAZETTE: NOVEMBER 23 01 We stop the press to announce the final passage by the House of' Representatives late Inst evening of the bill from the Senate to ac. copt'tlio ten million proposition. The vote stood ; yeas 40 nays 5 0; Our city is crowded with strangers and visiting citizens and cTuf'strqois present the appearance of great activity in trade. Our mer- chants wo learn are selling goods at prises unusually favorable to buyers a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 November 1850

F""" - yw i iiimm i iMiin- ""? frmjtr imp mmmm1 i n " mmMUiii.iiumJia T iii V r:vraviFrS"7TirHT7-w553HK -ri"-' i r Tji' Wr ' WtrrAr.rf' -iW 4riJBU- KSMIzVH ( TEXAS STATE G-AZETTJi). j '407 .' l)tti Cigtslaturfr-': Ijitft gflgskm. """ SENATE. Thursday November21 1850. The Sennlo was called to order by thu President. Senators present : Messrs. Brashi-ar Burleson Cooke Campbell Gngc Grimes Hart Kinney Lntinlor. Mcllae Mofjctl Parker. Taylor Trim Van Derlip 'Ward and Wallace. ' The journals ol yesterday were read and adopted. Mr. Parker presented the petition of Cyrus 11. Randolph ask- ing iho repeal of n eertoiu luw therein named;; referred to the committee on the Judiciary. Mr. Wallace presented the petition of Mary Alexander ; refer red to the comuiitcc on Private Land Claims. Mr. Grimes presented the mcmoiial of Isaac Tousey ; roforred (o the committee on Internal Imnrovcmeuts. Mr. Wallace presented an informal memorial of a citizen of Texas ; refeired to the committee on tno judici...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 November 1850

!wiu .a. "- - - -rtrft-a iif'liair-ftTiMW""vil-J""-'frii' & . ' S. ... 1-itttiilti IDS TEXAS 'STATE GAZETTE. SR23. i Jyjjrb CcaislfttiUt:l)ittjgc0sioiT. -1 SENATE. Monday Novombct 18 1850. Tho Scnalo met in (hoScnnto chnmbor at iho City ot Austin .pursuant to adjournment nnd tho call ot tho Governor tho Presi- dent in tho chnir. The roll of Senators being calledthe folio wing gentlemen an- swered to their funics : Messrs Coo)co Campbell Goge Grimes Lntimcr McRae Mof- fett Porkor.TrUit Van Derlip Ward and Wallace 12. rljoro rjofa.g quorum on motion of Mr. Gage the Senate adjourned until two o'clock p m. ' jffiu Two O'CLOCK P. M. ' There being no other nominations tli'o House procoeded to ballot. 4 " Messrs. Jowcrs and Clements wero appointed tellers. When upon counting tho votes it appeared. that Mr. McLcmoro had received 5 votes and Smith 28 " Mr. Smith having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared by the Speaker duly elected Engrossing Clerk of tho House of Repr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 November 1850

I'(l9 1850. M. On motion of Mr.Lott Mr. Taylor of Harrison was added to the committees on Public Debt and Apportionment. On motion of Mr. Williams Mr. Hendricks was added to the committoes on Public Debt Public Printing and Privileges and Elections. On motion of Mr. Burncy Mr. Patrick was added to tho com- mittees on Claims and Accounts Public Lands and Apportion- ment. On motion of Mr. Smith of Red River Mr. Hendricks was .added to the committee on the Judiciury. On motion o( Mr. Bryan tho House took a recess of 10 minutes. Recess expired llouso called to-order roll called quorum present. Pursuant to the invitation of the House the honorable Senate now appeared headed by their President who was invited to a seat on the right of the Speaker and Senators to seats prepared for'them when the roll of the two Houses was respectively called by tho Secretary oi the Senato and Chief Clerk of the House und a quorum of each found to bo present. The Speaker then announced to the two Houses tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 November 1850

(gij mifp WV!9 WBiWtajwk.WfittflMWri I'M j-j) ilw uumm L'frjfcftfljiit mMJWMMigigi)gtotfwii Awimjwwrca rllO -rtpW1" ru ' plP - V F J-"""" r-vo nw- TOWS ' STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 23 & f ' y i Hams Runnels McKinney Stapp Stewart and Polk to compose snid commiftiio ' Mr. Runnels introduced tliofolluwing resolution : Rejoiced That the Hoti'ao of 'Representatives will ontertaln no oilier business during ifs present extra session than that spe- cially recommended by lbs Excellency iho Govcruorror subjects directly connected therewith without (he consent of four-fifths of tho members thereof." The rules of the IhnW requiring that tho resolution should lay on tho tabic one day for consideration Mr. Dickson moved a suspension of tho rule. Upon which tho yeas and nays were called and stood as follows ; Yeas Messrs. Speaker Charlton Dickson Hardeman of Na cogdoelics' H'irdonian of Travis Johnson Jowors McICInney Owen. Polk Reynolds Runnels Scott Selmati Shaw Smith of Shelby Speights Sum no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 November 1850

1850: TEXAS STATE GAZETTE.' ' M Second : Tho State of Texas codes to ilie United Stales nil her claim to territory exterior to die limits and boundaries which she agrees to establish by tho first article of this agreement. Second. The State of Texas relinquishes all claim upon the United Slates for liability of the debts of Texas and for com- pensation or indemnity for tho surrender to the United Slates of lior ships for is arsenals customhouses customhouse revenue arms and munitions of war and public buildings with their sites which becurne the property of the United Stales at the time of the annexation. Fourth. Tho United St-les in consideration of said estab- lishment of boundaries cession of claim to tenitony and relin- quishment of claims will pay to the Stale of Texas the sum of ten millions of dollars in a stock bearing five per cent interest and redeemable at the end of fourteen years I he interest payable half yearly at the Treasury of the United States. Fifth. Immediately ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 November 1850

SHBsHHSEHHHBOBBSSSHHHHssflHBBHBi"''' PyHWilHF JUdii MlM U iljll i4miwll.w.Wit.i iphiiWIiiwSiii mn.niiii.n- n u sl TEW STATE GAZETTE NOVEMBER 23 ate Xlarncr'a JVcw Iff onlIy Magazine ! FORTY FIVE THOUSAND COPIES OF THE FIFTH NUMBER OF THE Nevr Monthly Magazine wcreMssucd on ilm sl of Octnbor M50 nt New York ns the firtV edition. ' The orders for tho back number hud been so un- expectedly largo tlwt it wusfotimj impossible tu supply thorn. .Irrhngcjncnts hat'o been made however by whirh;tlio Publishers will imir bo tiblo to fill order lo any extont lo which thny may bo favored with them. 1 1 I ihrdr nim Ui mnko tho mat- ter" which iho uccolo number contain of such it rharucter ns shall Imvc hormn- rjcniv&luo nnd interest for miscellaneous renders. - Tho Publisher desiro ng"uin to cxprcsjUhuir thank to the public and especially to thq periodical and nnwspuper PiossMnrotighout tho coymry for tho extraordinary degree of favor with which their Magnrjao has been received. Tho universal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 30 November 1850

m w ft.Tf tryr Artlh r f u J - u "4 ilr i.i. a v i k a b. m "l r irnif ii a i .3CA3jlife? sr-arJH "-! T1 A aT -"- aaaf .aSSb?e. AftMllfiMM II r 'r a - I m JLi YOL. 2. .AUSTIN TEXAS SAT JEDA Y NOVEMBER 30 1850. NO. 15 T II E T 15 X A S S T A T E (j A Z-EJL' T E VUllLISHBD IJY VT. II. cuaniEY Statu Printer. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION Four Dollars per Volume ci fifty-two numbers. Sinclc numbers I en Cents' In all case payment in advance will be icnuired of Sub- scribers living out of the County of Travis or the amount assumed by a respon- sible icsident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will be no respect of peisons or deviation from our terms ori any account whatever. ADVERTISING. Advertisement"? will be in.serted at One Dollar per square of seven lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each continuance. One-half these eliaiges will be made to those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. OtihincFs Cards of not moie tha...

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