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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 14 December 1850

PjPBHW !&S M naw ' Tf DECEMBER 11 k fer PSC - :l f vr .Mr.Scott; moved to-take uptho.bill toiboentitlcd on net better 'to regulate iho election of Supromo Court 'Judges upon which tlio yeas and hays wero called) nnd stood as follows : . Yeas Messrs. Speaker Bogart Bryan Clements Dickson Fields. Fronkljn Gillet Hardeman of Nacogdoches Holland Hunt Jotters Lloyd Lolt McKinncy Owen Russell Scott Selman Slmw Speights Stnpp Sterne Stewart Wjgfall -Williams md WrctirrS?. - Nays Messrs. Burney Charlton Cochran Hendricks Pat- rick Polk Runntl nnd Tnrrnnl 8. So the rulo was suspended and bill taken up. Mr. -Bryan moved that the House recede from ats amendment to-the bill; pon which the yeas nnd nays werecsdled and stood as follows : Yens Messrs. Speaker Bryan Burney Gloawuts Crump Fields Hunt and McICiuncy 9. Nays Messrs. Bognrt Charlton Cochran Dickson F rankuu Gillet Hardeman of acojdach Hendricks Holland Johnson JoVvors Lloyd Lort Oweiu Patrick ftlk ttuunels Russell Scott Selman Shaw ...

Publication Title: Texas State Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 14 December 1850

PH MMiiiifflgiiaiiisitHKyiiM .iirc'-i"w '' H ariBi3aanirejj.immm3atwr"'i" ctWHi'iiJiJti'JUtMiMJUMggfa: iflMjimlnimtaflaaiMiaB xyLwm ruiniinxiMjjjmnn.Trw 1850. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. n A bill to locuto the sent of justice for Kaufman county. A bill supplementary to an act to secure to the German Kmi- grution Company ihe'lands to which they are entitled. A bill to incorporate the town of Shelbyville in Shelby county. A bill for the relief of Leunncr Ward. Joint resolution refunding to Major W. S. Henry the fine im- posed upon him by the sentence of a Court Martial in the Dili Military Department United States Army A bill for the relief of John Edmonds ; and A bill for the relief of Mary Alexander. On motion of Mr. Robertson the rule requiring bills to bo read on three several days was suspended and a bill to incrirporaic the Waco Male and Female Academy in the county of McLen- nan was taken up. Read second time and passed to a third reading. On motion of Mr. Robertson the rule was furth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 14 December 1850

& -JjfPW $Mfc$V 'f nzmnnmaBantmra B""""1'W JM TI1AS STATE GAZETTE. DECEMBER 14 M t pxtcliccof ospcctfully o business Medicine and Surgery. DllS. BAKER & LITTEN having associated themselves la the their profession nnd permanently located In the City of Austin re nltclfn shnra of ll.n 'ntiSlin rmirdtitietl Thcv bono. bv Strict attention t nnd their ample oppdrtunlte for obssrvntiun and experlcrico in every brotich of tiietr profenion. to bo.aWc-lo servo tiiC public acceptably. Discuses of ilic eye and tar operations loriletorrmues 01 intso organs r ucinimmc. ui mo m.iu. mu ii parts amertidiljJ to Surg(cI treatment strictly attended to. Ofiir.o oti Qongron Avpnuo opposiln tho Stale Department. Nov8mbur30 1850 uJS 1 ycur. R. Dl-SlGtSE.. I) J. McIjKMohe. SICJITER & iWJbEZHORlS AtUviicys and tiounscllors at Law &-" Tyler Smith County Texas W";tlL attend to Legal Buiincw entrusted to their enre in mith and tho ad- joining counties and alio In tho Supremo Court nt Tyler. Gm:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 21 December 1850

...aSi::;:" WWWIIWyWHMWyWWWWWWBBP B Jsri. . .v . .". .1.- vx - srs.rwsfv . ;.!Triv;i 17' l-UIT ... " v"" ' ' e3MlifciStiSfT2S5S8BK I t!I2Sa ZTjirrirrim Hi I lii VOL. 2'; AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 1850. wo;!:. t'HEi'.iTEIAS.STATE GAZETTE ii ' PUBLISHED' 1IY V. II. CUSHNEY.Y Slate Printer. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Volume cl hfty-two numbers Single numbers Ten Cents. In all cases payment in advance will be required of 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 respect of persons or deviation from our terms on any account whatever. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square of seven lines or less for the first insertion and. fifty cents (or each continuance. Une-uait these charges will ue mnue to uiose xvtio advertise by we year; wiiu me privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of not mpre than one square w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 21 December 1850

naCTmam&ummiwum" 18 TEXASfSTATE GlZETTE. DECEMBER 21 llpVf!UjyJUWPWiW'WM"al''''W''uJ'u'' fe "i. iv ! U i THE STATE GAZETTE. CITYfcOF' AUSTIN S&TUftDAY DECEMBER. 21 18C0. ;' ifcv . CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF ttfwcare authorised to announcoH'JrlOMAS C. COLLINS as andidafe for SKeriff of Travis county . . : ""WVKO'by a letter addressed by Judge Rollins to the postmas- much good to - - . - - tcr bf this city Dr. Haynie that ho has concluded a treaty with the Indians1 abovo Fredericksburg from which he expects raault? jlXg?. We make our thanks to the publishers for n copy of that invol- uafilcand almost indispensable work the Amoricaa Almanac for 1851. 'JO'Harpcr's Now1 Monthly Magazine for November has arrived. This number closes the first volume of G40 paged. During the six months that thowork has been published it has reached fifty thousand cqpies-ra success never before attained by any similar publication. The leading object of this publication is to. present to the public in hand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 21 December 1850

$aiMiM'tmrmBLgmX)Smlw teMmtttBwrimmM 1850: rrr 139. LAVS I'AS&ED AT" THE THIRD SESSION OF1 ME 'ffWMtl IiEeSISffiATWRE. . An Act to legalize the acts ot the County Surrcyors of the County of Cass. Whereas the Cotuily CoUrt of the County orCnss fnlldd or neg- lected to comply with tho requirements of nn net entitled lan act to give to each corporate county in this Suite its own County Surveyor map mid records" approved March 20; 1S48. but proceeded to older elections for the office of County Sur veyor: and whereas the Surveyors so elected have proceeded to do a great deal of surveying which if not legalized will op crate greatly to the prejudice of the citizens of said County Therefore Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas That all the acts of the sn.id Surveyors of the county of Cass elected as aforesaid bo and the same are hereby render- ed as legal valid and binding in all respects as thotigh the said act had "been fully complied with. Si:c. 2. Be it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 21 December 1850

JiWijp1' WhVliMn&vic 4UJUa4iMllllIIUIIUW'''IMy'M' JMO TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. DECEMBER -2t i II " jjf HOUSE OtfRCip'RESENTATlYES. .'! Jfi t. Ausxitf December 3 185Q.: Mr. McKinney submitted the following memorial which was read and ordered to.be spread upon thejournal : lh the Honor dblo' ' ' ' The Legislature of the Slate cf Tends. Itid'a fact generally known' to thd people of TeKas (lint your memorialist entered into a contract with (he government at the lato Republic on the thirteenth day of November 183Syfor the construction and equipment of vessels intended for 'its nay""! ser- vice ' James Schott and E. Dana Whitney of tho city of Phil- adelphia although not rfauied in the contrrtct jollied at the time with voitr memorialist in its execution. These vessels consisted of 6116 ship two brigsj and three schoohdrs They were con- structed in accordance with very minutd and specific directions prescribed by the terms of tho agreement fully armed and fur- nished with provisions and m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 21 December 1850

JiJUlMJUJIW 5SK5KSB F'wTqPWPP!' wfl'Vmpnm ".v ftgaa3Qqa TrBrraaiiiwwTiriitiiiwMa)hi.MwS&w ' 18501 'A KM !(! STATE GAZETTE. terest and principal of these bonds Thus 'Texas was.tloprived 01 iiiu niuuus ui iuying mum ' . Ip viow then of these facls ; ihjitj your petitioners wcro instru- mental in promoting to such an oxtcut the prosperity of Texas ; .that the Jutted Wales have possession of (ho identical .possets furns1icdby the undersigned and of the public revenue so sol- cmnly pledged for their payment they uppealj with confidence! lo yoiu; hotiornble body for relief. They cannotbut believe lhat' Congress will concur with thein in the opinion that the general government is bound byovery principal of justico and honor jo provide for tho liquidation of this sacred debt. iiio menioruu ui yum ppuuouers navmg neon presented at . f .. . t. It I . 1 ...; . ' r- . i ui your u rrfifl tn thn snorted i vour petitioners' claim aiiv fiuthurnp.ii.ui in tlm nnmisis wn suspended in consideratio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 21 December 1850

.? .'t ' 7 "S lUHJIMIMllUlU nrswyw xcsKmtmmmiBmmtviKimam inaiKimvMUwixi.VBtrrHmmas 0tsmf 142 E. DECEMBER 21 i. WWWK IHC -if j" afr v 1V I at. poratc theAnahuac Canalljng and Railroad Company was tnkoh lip. together with tho rcmortstrnhpo of T. J. Chambers against ths'paisago ot tho bill bill read second time and ordered to be engrossed. 4 "Mr.. Tarrant moved to suspend tho rule in 'order that the hill jnight bo rend a third timo upon whtch the yeas nnd nays Were called and stood as follows : Yeas 44; Nays G. So tho ruo was suspended ; bill read third time arid pussad by & constitutional niRJority yeas 34 nays 5. bn motion a bill to bo entitled an act to nmond the sixth sec- tion of an act concerning slaves with the amendment of tho Sen- ate was .taken up and amendment concurred in. .Senate's bill to be entitled an act to authorize the county court of Houston county to levy a special lax for county purposes; read' second timo and passed to a third rending Senate's bill to be enti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 21 December 1850

I mmmimw WWPPfWWM ppjPPWWPlfW saBBsraonssa ITYWlffi'i 'JIAIhSSWII III1T1 at 1850. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. MS One Hundred ollars' Reward ! r JHK nltovr Reward will tin paid liy tlm undersigned for tlin npprohen- A JL sinn Hnd delivery of my Boy. TONEY nt Preston' Grayson county Y jxuu or rmy uounrs ll longed In nny jmi n mm 1 nay gi-i mm. uu lft me soma 'mm in Kntirimrv In.i nn.l !i i. llinupht lin is in Texni with "Wi Id Cat tlio Seminole chief Toney is nliont 2G years hid very black perhaps n little ovci 0 fet high slow-spnkcn has a cnr about 2 inches in length on his forehead was hot with a fiflc-bnll through trio top part of the tight thigh has a good many whin-murks on his hnck nrwl Lironst. weich about 200 nnund. nnd wears No. 12 shoes And wns raised (in MUsissippl) nmnng tbeChiekntaw Indians and brought to Red River county Texas by ono John Gnot. Tho snrno will be paiii for SAM younger brother of Tmioy who left together. Sam is not so largo us Toncy but favors him' very milch In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 21 December 1850

"jv "VWT'3W itV jr 55S JM DECEMBER' 21. ' I miU8 SM (MZETTE. 1 A r r rl r ft lbs Medicine Mid Surycvy. '& llWtEft nWintfaasioclate'd 'ibVim'sUvi i'tfe . j I Aim. UAKErU fii IUTTEN. hW niflasioelated iiWellr. t. t . t-...! r JSil PJRf0'on ond pcrmanentllocated in t.io City of Austin icspretfully gpcirX'ilmroof (he public patrdnhgc. ' They'libp by strict attention to busing nijaviV'i Hilling Uliunuillll!I lor uu.hitbiiuh ni'.U CXpOMCriCO in CVCrV lirODCtl 01 tlioir.nrofcMion. to bo ublo lo servo die nubile nr.r.nnini.lv. rimin nfvt.n ii sr opdrnlloris for deformities of tlitso organ: dcform'tici of the limb n.f other jaitt amennbloto Surgical treatment itrictly nitbmifed'lb. Ofllco on Cohgross Avenue opfiosito tho Stale Dppaiimont. Novcmbor 30Y!fl50-nl5 1 yeaf. ' r ' R. 0. SldLfcR. D. J. McLt-Monr:. .mSIGIiEB St HVIjWROnJE 1ytr.l$ '& ys an' dlnnsollors at Law " w ' Tyler Smith County Texas 47!IT.Lattr:nd to Lccrnl Ttnitnnaa nnir.tl . .i..t- s c:.i. .i .1.- .t ifr y&gl'ff f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 28 December 1850

YOL. 2. AUSTIN TEIAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 28 1850. 1(0'.. M ii'i THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE vuiilisheo ny w. u. cushney Stale Printer. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Volume cl hlty-two numbers. Slncle numbeis Ton Cents. In all cases payment in advance will be required ol Sub- ol Travis or Uie amount aviumed by a respon se' ibers living out of the County sible rcbident of Hie City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will be no respect of persons or deviation from our terms on any account whatever. AUYhK.ll'dlJNLi. Ailvcrtibements win ne inserted at Une Dollar per square of seven lines or less for the first insertion and lilty cents lor each continuance. One-half these charge: will be made to those who advertise by the year with Uie privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards ot not more than one square will be inserted for ten dollars per annum. Announcements of Candidates for Office and all political personal and busi- ness Communications promotive ol individual in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 28 December 1850

nffW5P' "P- ' -" ' m m 116 :f. shall bo entitled to all privileges rights and immunities of other membarsr !Skc; 4. Beit further enacted That (hero shall bo twelve Tf5stcesof said instiiiitib'n elected nnually by the shareholders of aicf'Histitutioty at such ji'mo as they may designate by a majority of the sharo'holdcrs cncli sharoof fifty dollars entitling the hold er to tone vote and tlio omcers ol the snmo shall consist in n President' a Secretary and a Treasurer': ProvidedFlint if from any causo any of said oflicers and Trustees shall not be elected at tho annual meeting that tlio old Trustees shall perform their func- tions until (heir successors shall bo elected which may be done in lliat casdnt any timo that tho said Trustees may elect after hav- ing given notico tp the share holdois and it shall bo competent for said' board to fill vacancies at any time after they occur. 'Sbc- 5. Be it further enacted. That tho President of the boaird 'shall have power to call a special meet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 28 December 1850

T"W iqPr W HP-r-flhr -rt --n--r nrw iM.'vfywi'wwunm" iWMWgrn'JUJiwwwuWtiJ '"WjWilWiy wmwijj tAjy3;ii 1850. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. - . ffl- i iniinKmuumiM' inniiin iTinii imuimmLLiJL.Z '- '??!? '''''''''Sffl;;1 M R ' .! i Col. Howard's Letter. Galvijston November 25th 180. Gentlemen: It wns my purpose to have visited Austin t havo addressed the citizens at that place according to your io- quest previous to my return to Washington. 13 ut an absence of olovon months from my business has loft mo so brief a period for attention to my private affairs and professional engagements thut 1 have found it out ot my power to visit you without neglecting my duties at Washington at the ensuing session of Congress. 1 t'rust therefore that you will be content with my views of the late measures of Congress given in the form of a letter. I shall do this the more frankly us the Texas portion of it may be con- sidered as settled and 1 cannot bo charged with an effort to in- fluence the result. 1 am free t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 28 December 1850

tfflWHKW w UttWUUWUKlUUMimUBJIJRgJBB BBBKBBH - g TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. DECEMBER 28. ? ' i it B f 3 i 8 1 I Hi 0 r i t IrS. . ! TEXArS 1N1)UK POLICY. 8di(mo tho Slqte Ctdclle :' ' jDrropdSQ tending you for publication a series of articles relating to ''Inum 'depredations." They will bo in continuation of those alrea- dyjrmblished in thu Austin papers. Tho present number has for its object tho establishment of 'pence with the Indians upon a permanent basis; and founded upon a platform that will enable tho Genenil Gov- ernment to carry out us stipulations with a sister Republic contained ill the.21st articlo of tllo treaty of Hidalgo. But fow subjects can bo found more wdrthy of tho attention of th5 people of Texas and of tho national legislature than that relating to Indian depredations and that of fulfilling the duties incumbent upon tha country W the sacred compaotof a ratified treaty with a neighbor- ing and;'fricndjy nation orgntuftpd upon republican principles. The first glance at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 28 December 1850

mimiBmiMiKimimimmrn'mMBimmmmmakmanemammmmmmnnBmmMm mm 9&m FW ilWPPPiWjPipFL ppfpnftiwftiim!p ! lu jijaiMujiiJuujunjjijjiuuLu'iLauiiu''" "'-- rr 1850. m t tt means of the way in which smoke is made a series of signals ure trans- mitted from one part of the country to another in a very short space of time besides) what can a government cxpeet scouting parties to do more than they have essayed to do since the days of King Philip and Captain Church. It will forever be a useless system to send large bodies of men in pursuit of these Indians so as to reach and " burn their towns " and "sack their villages" because this dust they make tells of their ap- proach ; then again the Indians have no towns to burn. And were a force to reach within three hours march of their camps" any moun- tain around would point them out to the watcher and in an hour after the alarm would reach the "council lodge" and they should determine upon flight not a vestige of the "town" would be left but a few poles...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 28 December 1850

p H'nwmwmmnjgww m TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. DECEMBER 28 wm.mtKMLim m rt& Mr l m 9 mft j I w B II fr it i i uits Bultcd to their roving tendency and far away with their discord from the masses which otherwise might bo misguided by their pre- copts r Tito ninlh and tho tenth explain themselves. The Indians have often expressed their dislike to our Indian Agen- cy system. They have their peculiarities some of which result from thoir ignorance and they know tho organization of our society only through two mediums that of military posts und that of farms and towns to 1)0 pillaged- Thoy aesociate with a military command pow- r authority weight ami courage and when with such feel themselves iu closer couimumpation with their illustrious "Great Father in Wash ington." It is natural. The whites estimate other nations through their own standard aud views and the Indian docs too and as the chiefs of his tribe arc its "headmen" so he infers that the American military are aleo tho " head men" wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 28 December 1850

TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. K( T A Iffi. Blythc Irwin Distributing Agent for the State OULD respectfully inform the citizens of this vicinity that lie will Mart In n feurilnvsnti a Innr tlirnnrrh llir eastern noftion of tills Slate ! nnd lie will attend promptly to any business that may be entruMed to himsuch as hav- ing Land Patents Recorded in the Counties in which the He the Collection of Debts &c &c. Austin Dec. 28. U:lU W( Election Notice. BY authority in mo vented iiotico l heioby givon that on MONDAY .the Cth duy of January noxl an election will bo lioldou in tho citv of Austin for eno Mayor one Recorder and iix Aldermen. Junes Colo returning officer. S. G IIAYNIE. Mayor. Dc. 10. 105(1. 2vl9 Just Received BDLS. St. Louis FLOUR 1 llhd BACON SlDCS 1 llhd. Canvassed HAMS. For salo by Dec. 281050 S. M. SWISWSUN. THE AUSTIN tf BM STORE. THK SUBSCRIBER has juit impound a very largo stock of FRESH DRUGS Chemicals and Perfumeries among which will bo found the following iiriiclos 24 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 28 December 1850

IfiS " M&lCfiGAMii MCEMBER28 A m i4 I m: I NEW CASH STORE: rnHE SlJgSCniBEaiiiw;wroUbB direct from 'NmVYoik. a General As .. sorimoni 01 DryrGfwdsj GroccricsClolhing Boots 'and Shots Bats and ' ' " Caps Hard-wdre 71iii-ware Wood-ware Sad- dlery Stationery Blank Books fyc in every Variety ; Mid which ho ofieri to iho cilitchs nf Auxin nml vicinity nt Very reduced prices for Cash Cotton Hides or Peltries. N. JI.'NOjKxiracliarpo forbad debts us ho will nol have any. ff His SYorb is under tho Sunn of Temperance Hull on Confess Avenue. Austjp October 20 1050. 10 NATH'L TOWNSEND. ' S. M. SWENSOW On Congress Avenue opposite the Orleans House ISNOW OPENING a Inrgo nssortuicrit of Merchamllzn direct from Now JfnrK.jvrhlch ho will SELL LOW for CASH or EXCHANGE for WOOL mid CpXTON The Goods consist in port nf Dry Oocdi CUthing Boots and Shoo Halt Hard-ware' Hollow-ware Earlhen-hnr'e Woodicare . Blachtmith' Tools Iroi Steel and NniU ; a general Attort- .. melt cf Qroferiei. Flour. Tobacco l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 January 1851

mWW'P'W1 F" f l'iHqpijg"liMimy.TiHHw.w.i" n yi'gy iwMWnTlt""iwr"H''" jw- iipS?KpSi7tw " Kronww iwmayw i umiiin aw'ijww11 W-f 7 ggr "Mwiw'imwyjBiwi .taJUMAl A l uitiiA Iu'jIj NlbCI v iT "ff! o 1 " if- 1 r J r-z. &i - nr-Jffwa!p!aawb. '''iMLOTTfcjjml yrl"raa" 1 1 JJJ "HP p I .iSS" grssjWiT-1! 'tLy A ff ifc. Jr -?ii!s terOTECB7 " r w& ""rimmmaMHtwWxmm wrmrfrrvats; i i at s kA WsEmmmSkJm. t$&wmKJmm&mm. i i a r i7 i i i ir 111 rl . xj r . j i . . r i 1 i lUii I i KJ JiL jl -1L IV VOL 2. AUSTIN TEXAS SATTJBDAY JANUARY 4 1851.. -vr--- NO:20: ( r' T'li'i5. 1 & X A S S T A T E (j A Z E T '1' E . Hi' H : 'I . I V. ' .I r I PUBLISHED WEEKTjY HY "cJu.shnev & Hampton; i f State Printers. X ( Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Pour Dollars per Volume ci hlty-two mimbers. Single numbers Ten Ccuis. In oil cascs payment in advance-yill be. required ol Sub- scribers living out of the County ol .Travis or the amount a&uimul by a spon- sible resident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In ...

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