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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 January 1851

P1 y.r'Wm'''J'Mrl!'''rirw'ly'.-)ia WPP HkWRi HUi mpp lUt JH WMP WWHHUJ W! I l ji HHmanitoiBHWPjMRMiiKRiHgBMBBmmnK T . IIMIU Hi HTPUHU t3 fc '. t I &v 1(4 2lH' S?- . Ki " I' ' . RAtfvo SS4A Jt-JM -.? fef'.' Hfc"-f . " " s . c K W Ik - u W4 f j -Vv rf fry- (i 1 154- tv iv ijA TATJ K ri ig y '"-''. (MZJ CliM'H r-JHE 8TATE- GAZETTE. T7 T 4 j. X t TJOttWRTtea. teditor: JtiV HAMPTON. Ac'sociatdfeditor. ClT$ OF xJSTJnJaTURdJAJAJ-Y 4 186 ! 1 V& Wo ard aifthTrJaa'd to wfliofincifCol. VOLNEYE HOWARD Congressional District afckcandidatd at the ensuing August election to represent me oeconu District of Texas In mo congress oi mo unitcu oiaies. n-s TfeV ''yTcxas .State Gazette " will in future bo conducted by III P. 'Brewster; V EditoV- assisted by J. W. Hampton: and the PiillttSfe aiid business dopartrnentstwill bo conducted exclusively by MfCusey.and .f. Hampton under the firth1 of Cusbney & TlVraintnn. Austin Miiry l.i'851. ' W. II. CUSHNEY. m ( . iiii To ur.PatrjHS.; . Inarming t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 January 1851

'Wmflfumjgpw1 StBtHM-IU WiWuUURO HMMi WKWT-jFyyT HP WWNMMpiMM 'iJIS? J -a. uu .iiA.ftSiMtL Jj WA. 1 . UiW I ' -s.1 T L flP ?M TE 1850. . TEXAS STATE GlZETTE'J i9" "" - ' ' :z v zil.t ssss r" 455 2'o ic Jgcifor1 q ic State Guzctta : San Antonio Dec 12 1850. Sir: I send you herewith enclosed a transcript of a letter address- ed by Judge- Rollins Indian Agent to Gen. Brooke dated Fort Gates Oct. 4 1850 kindly furnished to mo by His Excellency Governor Bell on the ovo of my departure from Austin to this place. I request that you will as early as convenient lay this letter of Judge Uollin before the public with the comments which I fool called upon to make thereon. The Judge commences his to say the least of it very strange and undignified report by assorting that the statement of the Governor to which he refers "was founded upon erroneous information" and that ' the statements of Cantain Catlett mid Maior R. S. Neighbors upon "which the Governor's statement was based as he informed mo a...

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

iiniimjtwfy "m ft f I i t"W?ttiiiBttlwiiiiifllwiM"" iiwwhiiiiiihhiwwihii iamimumaammi'mm'MJ 1S6 TEXAS STATE 'flflZffll.' JANUARY i .nw - PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE? WJlUui.flilixMia nf'thn Srnnin and 'v?f Jaotise of Itepresenlativcs : j Being suddenly colled In the midst of llio lost session of Con- gress by a painful dispensation of Divhlo Providence to the responsible station Which I now hold I contented mysolf'with such communications to tho Legislature as trio exigency of tho moment seemed to require. Tho country wns shrouded fn mourning for the loss Of its venerated Chief Magistrate nod all ivcro -penetrated with glicf. Neither tho time nor the occasion appearetfm require or justify on my part any general expression of pftHticdf opinions or an announcement of tho principles which wotild govern mo in Iho discharge of the duiies to llio perform- 1jca 61 wlfich I had been so unexpectedly called. I (rust thorc- forotVuoy not be deemed iuopprqpriale if ) avail myself of this opportunity of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 January 1851

IPwmI igi-MiiiMiiiiumumgjjniHHj mv- ' I'W .'' TEXAS STiTE'&AZlTTE. Trt LEX I f 3r U; . : More Ihati three-fourths of our populalic Itiydt'ipn of the soil. The commercial i cult vigatmg interests are ricultural material tlint enters into our manufactures than upon the manu- factured article should 'be remedied. The papers accompanying the report of the Secretary of the Treasury will disclose frauds attempted upon the revenue in va- riety and amount so great as to justify the conclusion that it is impossible under any system of ad valorem duties levied upon the foreign cost or value of tho article to secure an honest observ- ance and an effectual administration of tho laws. The fraudu- lent devices to evade the law which nave been detected by the vigilance of the appraisers leavo no room to doubt that similar impositions not discovered to a larao amount have been practic ed since tho enactment of tho law now in force. This state of( injurs uas a prejuuiciai miiuence upon llioso en...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 January 1851

'"refSr JVjIMWpiW fcUiiniiliBiiiiiBiiiiiiiiii WWWMminpil m -jjr-7 :TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. JANUARY 4 ?" parte Swing must in al contested cases bosWtinsutisfnctory i aliwieconjtrHJiic the appointment of n solicljorwhoso duty it atffttnAto roprescpt tda government beibro" such commission Si&Pnroiect it oeainst ail fileim!. fraudulent mid unjust claims. 4'V MS wfi'ii'fi miiv m nreseiiicd for their iidiudiciition. ' "This District whidh has neither voice nor vote in yourJdeibo- r&miapoks tp you (or protection nndnid. i commend its wonts to your fjivorflblo consideration with a full confidence thai yon .illnwct thorn notonly with justice but with liberality. It should bebqrnen miim that in tjus city laid out by Washington and CO-jseerit;u uy ma uuiuu i luuiitu uiu wnpiiui ui uur iiuuun tnuj .l.tnm nf OUT Ullinil. nrifl tint svillhrtl nf niir irrpntness. Here? ..also arasfmated all ihp public buildings necessary for the use of lGqvertnnent : and nfl ihesa nro exempt from taxation. It...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 January 1851

HPJJJP.MP wj i"T IW 4p"jiif"i' 15 1851. 19 Collecting and Land Agency. HAMPTON STAI'F having formed a partnership for the Collecting of Calms ngninst tho Stain of T oxas o well os ngninst Individuals tho pur- chase nnd sain of Lnndi) procurirg Innd patents nnd locating the tamo when de- sired &c. vil give prompt nnd fail lifnl attention to oil matters confided to tliclr cnio. Churgcs wlllbo modnrnto. Office nt tho Capitol in Austin. 1 hey refer poncrallyto tlio members of tho thiid Legislature of Texas nnd to the lollowing gentlemen! W. D. Miller Esq. Austin; John D. Lognn Esq Washington City Col Henry W. Cownn Charloiton S C. .T. W. HAMPTON City or Austin Austin Dec. 14 1050. D. M. STAPP Victoria. w THE AUSTIN tf BRWrl STORE. THE SUBSCRIBER hns.juu impelled n very Inrgti stock 6f FRESH DRUGS Chemicals und Perfumeries among which will bo found the fnllowingjnjrliclos ML Blythc Irwin Distributing Agent for the State OULD respectfully inform the citizens of this vicinity that he w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 January 1851

"fJWp mffffW tJXiman r''ttiiMd'i i r tiiMn itfnuuuMmWftiiiiniiLiiiii i)wmuajgwci 160 mi? JANUARY I ) i .'ii " giissss5r j4-: sM?p NEW CASBI STOKE. THEkSyDCRjnERIinoiVroivng'ilIrcrtffoiii?NrwY5iU. n General A ortmo'nt'of' ' r iVi't'i Goods Groceries Clothing Boots and Shots Hals and 1 ' ' ' Caps Hard'wBfc Tinware Wood-Ware Sad- dlery Stationery Blank Boohs $c. ' in every Variety ; and which lio offer lo llio citizens of Austin nnd vicinity nt very reduced prices for Cash Cotton Hides or Peltries. n. Hl.tio l-.xtru ennrgo mr into uews. ns no will not Imvo uny. " tE7"Hls orol under llio Sons of Tempnruiicn Mull oh Confess Avenue A'uiJfii'OclohorflO 1050. 10 NATH'L TOWNSEND U tilf IH-TIT KM1 1? lT&r 'OitjCOHgresa Svenne opposite Ihe Orleans Mouse TftN5V OPENING n lurg.) assortment of Merch.iii.lizu. tlln-fct from Now 4jfMwliicli l.o will SELL LOW for CASH or EXCHANGE for WOOL .nndlCOXTONt The Good conii in purl of -' T ... y. - I nl... ' . lilt 111. jry iiooim isifiiniyg jjooij anu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 January 1851

1 "" ;yitrW)mMHWPWi-'' 'S WWI "f-t - ' HV i- -pMfc .Wir WHyjWiMPp 'H MinumwuffW - J ! if L j. iAJIl .f. S1 f i I J Nl P" Iftl 1 A - r Ik 1 M I I .-.. j- .. ..... ... . . .. YOL. 2. 4ISm TEXAS S1TUBDAY MUllF-II M: WO. 21. T II J! T E X A S S T A T B ( A Zf IVff . PUJIMSIIUD WEEKLY WY CU S II N E Y & irKl ?aW ' Stale Frin?gr " " -pyr Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Four Doltnrs per Volume efjifIy-tu'6iiHmters. Single numbers Ten Cents. In nil cases paymefiEilTadVtincwSU Be'renuircd of Sub- scribers living outoflhe Cour-ty ol Travis or tKfc "amount assumed by a respon- sible resident of the Citv of Austin or-the Affent. In this particular there' will be no resnect of persons or deviation from our terms on anv account whatever ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar pei. square of seven lines or less for the first insertion and filtycents for enclf contlmhindc? One-half these charges will be made to those wholldvertise by Ihe'y&irjwIlOfc privilege of changing quarterly. t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 January 1851

&"' iwujjiijiwimjiiiiajiMiuwjjr 162 ffiXASSTATEZITTE. JANUARY 11 Sue. 3. The stockholders muy havo tho power to disfranchise any of their members by n vote of two thirds provided ihey pay to such stockholder jhe amount ef his subscription. j3ec.'4. The stockholders slinll elect from their ntiiuucr not lessthatiXivo nor moio ihWlcvon trustees who shall hold their oilico fts'such for the term bi ono yenr whose'duty lyshall bo to procure teachers regulate prices of tuition and govern gcneraljy tho'operntions of the institution and slmll have' power Reject from their number n 1'iesideiit Secretary arid Tr'cnsurorJ Vjio shnll hbfd' their offices for the term for which the trustees are fln.rlfrl Sec. 6. The trustees shall havo power to make such by-laws ns they deem necessary ft ngoment of Hie lnstiiutia s 'toj'ir WB-' (licfoonstitutton and thcrnlntrpteasiire. and that this und after it's passage. r their own government tinawio mm !.. f ilm fit.tio ntirlmiiv a er onutarnunu ill v a r ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 January 1851

uwmjmwww miff' ""Wi- vm up m t" "mft-j IP JWE.Ta BMpPMai'i4M '"" Tja TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 1851. Congressional - The mail due from the east on Tuesday night brought no papers' b"b yoml Gnlvostoii and consequently we are in receipt of but meagre in- formation in regard to the action of Congress. Business has been commenced in a manner to give some assurance that the present session will be one of practical and useful legislation. Mr. Giddings made an effort to revive the discussion and excitement upon the slavery question ; but it " passed as the idle wind which no man re-nrdoth." Casuists may find two reasons for discountenancing Mich a course on the part of the northern delegation tlic honest pur- pose to abide" by and maintain the compromise :s'an equally honest fear of assuming accumulated responsibility in opposing jts disturbance. They wisely exorcise the spectre rather than confront it and demand its mission. There arc a great many measures of practical importance and en- large...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 January 1851

riKiw"i"ip - mw i fnm- '"'' mmmm vm" )WjWPfWy1''iPWWy"'IP NPMIwpi-4amMPiiiHaMawaaiw' fit TEXAS STATEAZETTE." JANUARY 11 PINIONS -OF THE SUPEEME COURT OF TEXAS. f IIOliLIS &' WIPE appellant 1 vs FRANCOIS & BORDCR use of &c Appellees. ) 1st.- A note given by a wife olone or jointly with her husband for necessaries for herself or lor expenses incurred for her separate property 'cre.itcsn legallla- bility which can be enforced Against either the common properly or the separate property of the wife at the discretion of the plinfift. 2d. A wife may encumber her estate by complying in the mode o( making the charge witli the lormalllies prescribed for 'the conveyance of her en'lrc interest therein. 3d. In-thcsame mode she may pass her whole cstnie (or the payment of the debts of her husband or encumber or charge it for the same purpose. Courts of Equity will however Mirutinize such dinoshions on the part ot the wlfcandthey must be lree from any appearance oi fraud on the part of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 January 1851

&B9imfrmmmm imnr rm wmmmmm'mn!mfmr7 wrmrmmrn'mi t n'mtrnxmimm '8 It 851. TOXAS StlTE' GAZETTE. ' A.. JtiMan Stoats . ORDERS ? HnAD-auAUTcits 8th Mil'y Depnit. No. 09. ( San Antonio December 25 1850. The accompanying treaty helcl on the San Salm by tho United States' Agent with the Comanche and other tribes of TcXas In- dians is published for the information of all concerned. Notwithstanding this treaty still require the sanction of the r.onoral Government and tho State of Texas to make it binding by law it still evinces a disposition on the part of the Indians to preserve a peaceable attitude towards the whiles. Officers of the army within this Department are accordingly directed to carry out the spirit of this treaty so far as can consist- ently bo done : and it is also to be hoped that a spirit of Accom- modation may be evinced by the citizens of Texas until such time as the question of Indian boundary and militnry jurisdiction over their country can be determined upon by the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 January 1851

fMT'lilliiiriTiiiiTaiiii i mmiiMimmmm -imiai.iimfnyi' imwrwww WPW' JANOAEY 11" 166 - fcp'mp ' - ''MiS' SliTS (MZEITE. ' r ft &r -j 3yictcoroidgicalQliscgyajiioras '-Austin City. Wcclr ending . jL g g wm maunics. : Jan'y 11851 g 3 w Thurs: 2UMG ' W c-lb N uveicust. nilu 1'rl 2713 13J U8 NNWQ ' Clear. Sat. SeWO 91. 51 N W 3 Clear Suiiday.-.t..iQaL'hJ. 18 40 N 3 . Clear Mon.....AW027 53 50 " N Glchr. Tt:ts. 3133 55 60 N Clear Wed 1-29 '52 48 N Clear- Thursday . Friday . . . Saturday . Sunday . Monday . . Tuesday . . Wednesday 228 3 435 545 C50 7J&2 SC5 For the week ending January 0 1851 150 02 01 03 74 73 75 07- 78 ' 70 ' 05 !9 72 08 Clear Clwuv fllear Scattered 'clouds clear Overcast Fop overcast Rain clear 8 S w irs Tho numbetsln this column denote the force ot the wind : 0 calm 0 storm by. the Rev-W-.T. JHAIi'RIEDt fh T Mln-l r1ttrAl1 "xnnnltr nn THlfrsrfnv the 23tli till. bv. t 111 UUWIt lit 1 la VUlU " WW a - -y - - -- Latremorc Hob. W. S. OtDiuti of the City of Austin to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 January 1851

miJ- -xEmm win" 'mi u j. i m fetsn TEXAS SfflGfflU 167 1.851. MiM Collecting and 9-hnd Agency HAMPTON BTAPP having formed n partnership fur llio Collecting of C turns ngainst tho Statu of Texas ns wollius ngoinst Individuals tho pur chase nnrl 8!.1o of Lands procuring land pntciu ami locating mo same uncn ii-t sired. &c will givo prompt ami ruithfiilnt'ontlon to nil matters confided to their enio. Charges will bo modulate. Ofiicoat tho Capitol in Austin. I hey refer .enernllyto tho members of tho thiid' Legislature or loxa ami i to the lolloping oBlnii..r.: W. n. Miller. Eso.. Austin; John D. Logan. Esq. Washiiigtoit'City Col Llunry W. Cowan Charleston S. C. Austin Dec. 14 1050. J. W. HAMPTON City of Austin D. M. STAPP Victoria. Just SBceeived u& A BBLS. St. Louis FLOUR 1 IlTitI BACON SIDES 5: 1 Illid. Canvassed HAMS. For .alo l.y sWENSON. Dec. 28 1850 Si M.SWLKSW. The Slate of Texas . . To the Constable of Austin' PVecincU in the County of Travis: Greeting. WHEREAS Wm. R. B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 January 1851

iu .ilu....ail.i.M.im.f.rMi!iriywi.M.wMnm.w i mMN!Mj!j!s!jjig 7 " " y gg.. Kt n " . -Lfi -JL i . Lj ' ' ' ff".-.-:. : ..rrrg-TBa ii ' - t r t ' - "rfyr '.. sri". i n. . -;r'i il- ' ' ... : i VJtftr TKas" J n. c. nit mond r BUSINBSSEARDSfc "Wv"fV ! rnfSSSS inJin : (i&ynr" ;i ? .a&v '0!oiiTisf!ors a ntl'tAti orncvs aft LoTwa . .at -t - - . -.-. "?..' 'j-j-r- ; oiuco iu uic v;npuoi. m Lm GITYAUStlN ?&$. Vr A Wames Oe. .OOOllQ&VT "J """ jff .J JltTOMP a Vou MH c Wdr tit Fj(i w .; WlLLiiKifi1jroT3ttond to tho Practice of his profession. In ilirSSUfluhMR COUUTiofllwrntoJanil in tho vfiipus Gour't of tho Second J"''i2B(RTiuSlL IlajSynlwliS'consuUcdlliigTtbqm on tho cornor of Gongrcs Avenue aim; nol-4Vfo"rtpnito'.&9rlJaft lloiuo "except wheiilibsoiit 0nbu.jg5g.s1 M fffiA N;S 1 z E - r xufeen r '' aBJa(M?! " ' JVJSW.S AU OCORIS lEIt is ntw. rcceiviluPdiroct from Now.1 -1 'iprWf . .. fc- f- -tnti i i8SV3.tf f H'HK . a G cnSrolAs DRtsSSK nm.slaB.f V ' n ?- MCl-fSnWliVTHIjf!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 18 January 1851

in ifciiw m nw WdMWWinH ii gpp pMWmMiP ' .Uiaai.gi CINV"vVis!ftiji!5i3j JSE? n? run fi W VOL. 2. AUSTIN TEXAS SATU1IDAY JANUARY 18 1851. NO. 22. w ""' m ' ' m www i ' j i h wt 1 mp hump ''jUMMJb 1 i c. ". -sjggg. t ss--fftrt-'?iS7' A fft fifth Jm rSxifi&x TPUr ifMsmmiwwM)!!3 i i l J A3 lllw I " I ' it 'I - I M 1 i i T II E T E Jl A S S T A T K l! A Z E T T E . rtJIUvISIIKD WKEKIiV IIY CUSIINEY & HAMPTON Slate 5BrsBafloi'w. Terms. SUBSCIUPTIOX.Fonr Dollars pur Volume cl fifty-two numbers. Single numbers Ten Cents. In till cases payment in advance will be. lequired of Sub- scriber living out of ihu (Jointly ol Travis or the amount aisumed by a i spon- sible resident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will be no ifspeei of nelsons or deviation from our terms on anv account whatever. Out of Heart BV KM.EN ASI1T0N. " Why so sad Ernest?" snid the young wife to her husband affectionately twining her anus around his nock and kissing him. lie looked with a s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 18 January 1851

gpiuwiwBitSi" m ' A4 L.iu.uaijtjWHJiHM4Pmjui:mjjmie.uii 170 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE.. JANUARY 18 m w fe i - r "W II 'I WW TIE STATE GAZETTE. JcTp. BREWSTER EdUori.J. W. HAMPTON Associate Editor. CITY OF AUSTIN SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1851. A tO" Wo nro authorfattto nnnonnco Col. VOLNEY E IIO iVARD mis a candidate aUho ensuing August election to represent the Second Cfimrrpsftionnl District of Texas in the Congress of the United States. Coiigresaionaljpiatrict Congt I rp- Tjionias D Russell a merchant from Santa Ft arrived hero on Monday'' tho 16th instant direct from" 'Mow Mexico by tho way of .El Pasomaking tho trip from tho lajtor place to San Antonio in eighteen days. Ho furnished us with tho following items of news: 'KTlio 4th and flth of December were tho coldest dayB ever felt at t!Santa Fo in tho recollection of tho oldest inhabitants. Five teamsters 'In tho employ of Waldo Hall & Co. perished from tho effect of cold .within six miles of town. All cattle hogs and poultry exposed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 18 January 1851

1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. fw 171 Answer to Enigma in the Gazette of the 28th tilt. It may be seen how nineteen men may be placed on nine lines so as to have Jive men on each line by drawing a diagram composed of two equilateral triangles so disposed as to form a star of six points. Straight lines drawn from the several angles of each triangle so as to bisect equally the sides of each will furnish the nine lines and the in. tcrscctions of the several lines will be the points on which the men should be placed to have fivo on each line. Austin January 131851. ALPHA. m For the State Gazette. An Arkansas Politician. 5KBi During the memorable hard cider campaign of 1840 polilics ran high in Washington county Arkansas. The field wnsliill ot candidates for the legislature and amongst the rest the unfor- tunatc wiiler of this article who was most deliciously and cat- tcrwampously slaughtered. But the rarest specimen was a can- didate familiarly known by the sobrjuquet ol Black Jack ; one wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 18 January 1851

jm!tyiqivnwwyi SltJ Bf h .. Mklr l&4 : "' t ff- yll - .. TEXAS. STATI GAZETTE. JANUARY 18 i met vJlD . PINIONS OF THE flPEEME COURT 0E TEXAS. .1 SNDRlvW NEAL Appellant '"Ulf r t w From Goiuaioi. ithumad J. lusuaa. iimr. etc. t - ?' " l'r0 no uJs 'nl 'n d "mo of another and pays tlio conldorntion ; m'onoyt tlid l(ind will bo hold by the grantee Ili ttutt for iho person who pnya the 5c6r(l(icrtitltin. .2d. After the doath of Uio nominal-purchaser pnrol totlmony even ngninat the cxptrMdMarntfoiWrilfo dpcdTTtlmiiblej lnd money miy in this manner be Jftrowed Into the lnhd In which tt is invested and a claim bt thitf'sort may besup- p&rtcd b patol evidence. ' M 3dt The mere naked declaration of the derejentf itself and without proof of th'e'nay mcht of the money is not admissible to7i!?a irusi against him. ftMu If the party who sets up n resulting iriinitmade no payment he cannot be permitted to hnw by parol pioof that the purchase was made for his benefit or on.nlsBcroitot. .$ . ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 18 January 1851

ipjMw 'wwmfp pw mvmamrai niiii nwi MixktBtouahMHMjmiUiiwiwaa 1851. i TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. m i i IKP f From ihc Boston Post. f? The Aztec Children. Those inexplicable epitomes of humanity (he "Knntm" child- ren continue lo attract multitudes to Horticultural Hall School street and to astonish the curiosity of enthusiastic inquirers to an extraordinary degree. In every point of view they may be jvuuy tuiuuu n- ummiiumuuiu iiiysieritia '01 ITiaUlllUU. AS 'I' ' ! V V. J Burns said of the old bridge They mipht be worshipped on the bended knee And still the second dread command be free; for they are unlike anything in tho heavens above in ttlielearth beneath or in the waters under the earth ; and VctiTiefnrojriot without form or void. On the contrary they have uflJSne'parls and faculties usually to bo found in " marvellous proper per- sons." They live move and speak a little and yefit is almost impossible to realize whilo looking upon them thot they are "of woman born." Their tiny size th...

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