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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 August 1851

1 4 m 1851! I. toxas BiaffiEi sazETTi. :-if will bo ia session. It will also devolve upon tho Convention 16 put in nomination the democratic Presidential Electors for the State. DiU ring tlie fall court tho counties'throughouuhc State should nut in this matter appointing their delegates to tho Statu Convention and giving such instructions as each county may deem proper in tho premises. . Wo hopo Texas will ho ably represented in tho noxt National Conven- tion. Our peculiar interests demand ..licd-Land Herald. The Press of Texas. Our respected cotemporary of tho llcdland Herald is very indig- nant at tho ignorance displayed by northern editors in regard to the number names and character of thoPrcss of Texas. If this were tho only item relative to Texas and the affairs of Texas about which there seems to exist the grossest ignorance at the North wo of tho Press might feel justly indignant : but when the character of our pcoj)lc is so mis- apprehended and underrated by those who deem t...

Publication Title: Texas State Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 August 1851

pwmm ' TEXAS STATE GiPETTE. AUGUST 23 F .- r- Mi" ' ' t'CHtraiszauen or I'owcn . . jAll'tho ovidenccs of history aro bo strongly against this great orrorjof. human selfishness and encroachment that it is Wori- derful patriots or at least philanthropists have not oftener and moromiiammouaiy bog uioir iuccs ngainBC it. 5 It is true that this like most other evils has been the result f ofiCarclessness as much as of ignorance ; that it has sprung up jw a result oi uiu lmuviuniu system me interest oi a lew ior- tunntcly placed cncroachmc: almost insensibly upon the rights Of tho unthinking or preoccupied multitudes. In our daw and in tliis country "dth our love of independence and with a press 'hourly discussing-facts4 and disinterring truths there is less !V J danger from the activity of men m authority. There are coun terbalancing agencies in tho institutions themselves but thcro aronono which may not bo modified and " revised" a la Fran- mike to suit tho views of a clique. jfli thcro ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 August 1851

- v ' 191 IT;"" "" " "" TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. " ' """ W 1 -- -.' jm nr ' "JlV 'I" TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. p A x .tfi m Young Men There is an enthusiasm in Young Men which gives them a decided advantage over Old Men however experienced and enlightened the latter may be. The time has past when it was deemed essential that a " sprinkling of gray hairs should adorn the head pf the legislator" or of any man acting in a public capacity. Wc yield to no one in l aspect for those whom " years have crowned with tho fiosty diadem of wisdom" but at the same time wc must be permitted to rejoice that Young Men are now taking an active part in political as wcjl as social affairs. Alexander was yet a Young Man when ho wept on the bank3 of the Indus because ho had no mora worlds to conquer. Pitt was a Young Man when he advocated American rights in the British Parliament; and so was Thomas Jefferson when ho drafted the im- mortal Declaration of Independence ; and so too was "Washington when he accepted t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 August 1851

f T "j 6 AUGUST' 23 taaaMBMMMMMWMlitWMBWMtWIWBMMPWBMllWMBMMJBMMMBWCMWWMBW '" '" ' ' - --- . ... 7I.n. nn.- " .I.-.. .1 - .- - i. i . ........ i '-' ' J.j ' " ---- - ' T j J "' TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. Mf B IV-V W Ft ft HP t W-o & I rt J I V Jf' Aydhcoiififfo' Tho yfaUvojtiiis eplendid edifice is now up tho brick work is as ell tano.usnriy wo havo over nolicctl : tlio wall is tjiiclt aiuratnunch well well tied witli timVers the brick work cemented with tho best of limo mdrtaf. Tins building stands upon a proud eminence overlooking tho surrounding country. Td the north of tho Collogo is the quiot and growing jown of Huntsvillc situated on a natural plain several hun- dred paces inttxtont; still further to tho north extends a beautiful landscape intcrsporccd with prairio farms aJid pino forests; to thq wfcst and south aro broad fertile prairies which are fast being brought . into a state of cultivation. This institution has many ad vantages which should recommend it to tho favorable no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 August 1851

"wts TT"Yrrrri 1851. TEXAS STATE- GAZETTE. 7 Gtoncral Iand Agency. J. CAST ANTE General Land Agent and Commission Merchant HOUSTON TEXAS V1LL nttcnil to the sale oflnnd location of cculfipnles recording of deeds v; Payment of taxes obtaining of patents from the General Lnnd Ofllce. perfecting of titles settlement of estates and nil matters pertaining to lands genemlly in the Slate of Texas; and also will sell and buy goods on commis- sion. ' Persons Intrusting business to him may be sure of a prompt attention to the same. Ofllce Long llofy. ni:n:itK?eci:s. ILnittonA.S. Ruthven J. S. Roberts R. P. Tankersley Wm. R.'Barkcr. . Galveston line & Nichols. J. N. Reid W. Richardson John Levi. Marshall M. J. Hall. Austin Cnpt. Crosby Dcnj. P. Hill Lamar Moore P. Dc Cordova. San Antonio B. Lnoirle F. Girnuit. CasrrociVc Jnmcs Paul Henry Castro. New Oilcans La.U L. Shaw Robert Kerr P. Brichtor Gardner Smith W.J.Morton. Cincinnati Henry Miller Shcppard & Armstrong Dr. Darling Sam. Wert....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 August 1851

M t8i;fWf'm f-vMr-i Jt " 1 (4k?- r AUGUST 2S 17 '.& euescs .' ' mm EsV'r K HiV V mi Wry $nAuv ttk. n W (eilfe wv V ;r Wrccrtway Brothers & Co. ' 'IMPORTER 8 AND JOBBERS 0 Fi I v3PlBIBIIfflH ASttD JDJBffllESWMJ BEtf (DID3a iVo. 40. Btoadrka.lL Ncio York. '' ' lrivA' Sow- on hand ft Iarco unit tomvltte 'Stock suitable for the 'Southern tiadc. wlHolf th'oy'oflbt on tlio most liberal terms. ' felK W 'OREiaiAV V. W. T. faltEENWAY S. II. OBECNWAt BfJiino 28 1851 4S:0m fc NEW CASH STORE. jmHE SUBSCRIBER U now receiving djroclfrom New York n Goneral As j&J -JL) sortmontof '. iDry Goodsi Groceries Clothing Boots and Shoos Hals and " " Caps Hard-ware Tin-ware Wood-ware Sad-or- dlcry Stationery Blank Books fyc in every Variety ; ml which ho oflTor to ttio citlVons of Auitln nritl vicinity nt very reduced prices for . J Cash Cotton HideH or Peltries. Ni B. No Extra chnrgo for bod debts a bo will not bavo ony KJ"HIs Storo is ur.der tbo Sons of Tcropornnco Hall on Conjj'CBS Avenue. Au...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 30 August 1851

j-i rmm"vmiifm"' X'' .. ... . ..f.tv . - i ' 'rryffyfl -TTiSrowiWmiiii iti ? - "I"'?' 'i v " tinHDiHiiiniaDKiiin uwl i i TWMMmaaimBJ'eflMmHMgam UllfJll llllHWHWIfpWfMOllIlM- II IJl IU jiii 01 TJrJUA taHHlin InJi' fTTl A1" ' fTTI TT' tr-ki nr . a. rri T71 mi ( "' ' I ' v'1 !H' B7"' t r.rt l.wL.f I in W I' ' I ""tKJF JL i"!JL JL ' JLjJ 1) 'p rrrrrrr vol. m. vs I qr T I S.Vr"" THE TEXAS STta GAi ..' 'PUBLISHED (anrfcrcaW mcry Ountyfo rA Siae) WEEKLYJ'BY " ! aU&E'NEV & HAMPfdN . . ...' '''' i State Printers. ' ' i ' n" " ' -i ' "i 1 ' ' ' l ' : ' ' ' ii n h - t x 7r"7Tr"; ' if " ' " wi ' " ' :. i "vwmmmmmmHV' 1 i wl(. iMutf4( AUrt TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 30 1851 .7 i lJ - - 1 Wtirms SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per "Volume of fllty-twd numbers If pMd in advance; Or within one 'month frotu the lime of subscribing dr four Dollars if not ibus paid in advance. i u'i i ADVERTISING. Advcrtisemenis will be inserted nt One Dollar per Bquard of sqvca lines' less forjhcjirfrt insertion and f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 30 August 1851

. 'TEXAS SME WHHIE. ' AUGUST 30 i" sp C2 6 mmnV ttttmwwikW t?6Atf fllllA If .. fjv- Mr. Alexander D. Hunt n respectable citizen of Bastrop was 'Killed in a vt'ry singular and unexpected manner on the 22d inst. near v f munuL jjuimiiuu rnw wmiu --' Weston' the nress to kve the foltowinjr.irriporfanf items of news McMnhant&rHunt sjHiVimill(in Bastrop ;couniy?f Ho nau prepared fc. . 1 . . . ... . . " "'... .!. . X. ..- tori?! into' luch 1' n...r.Hct. last ni Bte w Til u nM?LrrainttWifdJJ state GiT' zotW eKd t6 recelvo subscriptions nnd advertisements nnd-rqcoipt for h E. W. "WILEY No. 67 Camp street Now Orleans is n Julvnuthbrizcd BgfrBfer.tlie Te&f 9trt Q&xHIe in that cityytc- rccciva subssiiptibns nnd nd--vortisoments and receipt for Uja aapjo. U I fry J. W. NOWLIN of Waco Villngc. is a fully authorized ngent for the Ttxat 8Utt QaxtHt in that locality. '' " ' "'"" . 03T "Wo should braJtated in opr Jt fasuo .tlioH of our sub- scribers whoso snbswpMpnyiropfnmcnpcavilh the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 30 August 1851

T ''-.T- iir hiiwftfriW I1! '"JBSJ;I JjayflPiATT?! 't!3"-r? "Wl .y MrtWPrFlflr TiWSfWWE" ..-sftti yiVntu n trtffiwt-?t in1 rjwMK.gggyH tiVTrAT;jyjj'jV' (Kwv?Wk tiy'iiJ5tltiviirv. j-if Win Wi-tfj y k MMMMWaMMMMMI iSmmatmttmmmummmmmm M&ttnbU&ii jiVjjW I'tfMJ m ftWAV 75111 ? Lin. vu E '"!''' '-' "'''' ' ' ' i . TlNgmM!ll An iar ' -JfcSfc I ft u 1 nr :. ? :' '( GevcrHer. m .! 'EtECTI0NVBETlRNS...'.18il. M ( Lt -Governor SHprcwo Court CoiHmiss'cr fy 'tcjf '''" -ill $; : . - . ' . Anderson1 '' Angelina r '" 1 1 r j i Austin EasttOp -ijOUi r "i Btjjditr' j JJoyio. Brazoria Urdzbs ' '' Burleson Caldwell Calhoun Cameron Cass ""'; Cherokee ' Collin -Coorndo Comal. 'Cobkb1 ' Dallas Denton DffAYitt. Ellis ' "El Paso ' FriiitJin' Freestone Fayotto Fort Bend daUostOtV t .. ' Gonzales GrnyWn ' Grimes -Guadalupe .Harris Harrison Huyk" f . Hehdotson Hopkins Houston' Hunt Jacksbii Jasper Jefferson .Kaufman Kinney x.amnr- La Vaca ' Loon ; j Liberty 'Limestone Matagorda McClonnau Medina lAIiiam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 30 August 1851

""-WMWHBHBJ 9M mm? "V AUGUSTA )i w n frcl y.j P BU .- wi.iiH. Iilii .e w liHi3JomFlokou.HlrtJrjoftAljiiHyoJ JM nowinpreii .. -. v 'f )milKBOT' fF'JUIWN' -MBit. 1-' ' Duiinfa adWhfltitt ih;FcibViiai-yri8q7. 'two young mo&JfNiohoWs aM'lrJnU'TmU'MixlbiYmmk of tho DoUrt-were Sit- nfceir;cbW'h "tW '"Wlfld Mbf WakefiekJ Washington county mSf'np UMii wkj h backgammon board; arid they were ab- Pc'rkiH MBgli htoktf.1 Itt'ibi JwiM(y rvf-tliat.tvsrrte. Tho hour Was ten o'clock. Tile yfetknPtKittl'of 'hopfes arrested their attention. Two travelers pre6- 'itHtoddtii to the doort buo 6f whom inquired for tho tavern. It wis pointed but to htm arid lib then Asked the road to CoL Hinteon's. 'PelkhiSlnfdrrried hint that iUo route lay over difficult paths that the jjjil&fe tf"S&sVdn miles distant and thftin dangerous creek intervened. ''"Tiw'firt being' repteriisKod with pine throw a light in the face 6f tlii?tmrele who propounded tlicso questions. His countenance up- j'rT&'tpPeKkia ex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 30 August 1851

.r.-l .il ii ii inn itmHmnmm ntfiiirn'm iUiJlM&tfc4i Mwyitm IWU i . M " .:i S)i itpm0'.rr f9i'fr.VittimmXKi Ik Li !X1 JJ M 'i 1 I r it ' TcxaB Le.uiglaaa RBfl Texas Rallreacl eHVcation ' Whereas a ditfposittou has'b&m manifested by tha citiaem Of'Tc to -operate 'wtfli.the''cttizcnB of LoinsidiiUu.thofcoii8tjubipn of tho great southwestern railroad througlfLn'fourchcY Attakapas andOjie;- lousos and tlienco to Texas ; nritftvhcreasy a desirSfhas b"eoxpTssed 'by mtfny influential Oitifcens of tlie'lattSr State thrdhgh tliofniediurh of private correspondence and otherwise to meet the citizens of Louisia na in cqnvention at some point at or .near tho Sabine; andn (Whereas the town of Burkeville New toff county Texas' bHing distant only 10 or is mties trom ttto feaomu river scemsjto beone or thejmost.eiigioie and accessible places for the holding of such a;conventi6u : . It Is therefore proposed by tho people of the parish of St.'Xandryi that a convention of the people of Texas ah...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 30 August 1851

Wf""3($ aU. iimrn ... Tjy .ti Tr lisr-.v I'lMigMGMil AUGUST EC 11 K?a r. re BV 1 II' 97 8) 90 899 mXF" ::M '81 &JHSJA '? "'Bl SIS i 3A. STi" .VV " T. . . I tvfi t X Tiiiiiir.' t mt t u ' J i'ir ' -t r'TLS uiimhfl itt tllUt Anlllrritt v1 iJr!.-Vi"MlTtV ff.T? 'v7 "" A fffliWW"i-W jtl' ft.? 1.11.1 .J ?MtSb!t3S 02& 7 . ays mos :bn 6 rt 'II f Kir. U ? 'v p. Jj' ij . -.$? H it. . i rmu' !t J '! 7flM .WPi Klk.6l)ITAK?. .is. t'r iW-HBt 3W i860. ' ' ALSO "'' '' if? S4W 3 . Mv-&filc &jcaey KHfinwbnefelon of ifVls tostrtiHioiv under Ihe charge 6f JPJ E wvp - f.w(yw'&f " " '--"CI " .-- - :ifa2i.fe.. MhelmGrammweosffawi amMJrunm pr.i(pIc .Pfcajief.mndViW ihs-tfTObf enferingilp Jht..pseisr the Jiro a$ittii(i made except peases of prolt acted II bc. . Bua.fd jmi mTJwiBKitiifeatkm'oiJthetireseBfsdsSioniwill boiohiErJdar thjUI&tb of Stptern- 'jMtfMXi ; XhMWMf WschoqUu.d lhe;frleid? of eduwtjon general) Viaxe; JI?tB.I filA" J ft hi llO'-- ' 'J'-' u i .JOU'W . TlBwcisetfofjhlsI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 30 August 1851

MMMHMMMi'i i iwi;)i. .HTEmvSMIE-'MECTE. lMV V 1'f A't. mmmmmtHiMm I if I 1 ' ' ' It 6BKSAK& MB jg MJL THE A I ENTIRELY NEW STEAMSHIP Ji. FUSELIEIl.A D. Dens- low master will make regular trips between La Vnca Bay tint! New Orleans during the summer leaving the wharf at La Vaca JEvdrv ttco tcccfcs dunna the Season) Until the arrival of the new Boats which wi jl be out early in Qctobsn Freight and passage by this line without reference to opptition Wijlbe placed at the lowest living rate.tptw the guarantee IMI no advance will be made oti Ike present rates. Our endeavors will be to afford every facility to the merchants planter? and popple cf Texas. O ;i'ncir support is wostrrespecuuiiy solicited. June 20 ITOI. 6J;3m O. W1CKHAM Ag't "ib Camp S1..N. O. Card. THE UNDERSIGNED general Commission and Forwarding Merchant will civc his attention to the sale of nil articles tq his address. Also to the fill insr oi orders tor an Qcscnuuui.ui vauuus. . n iuji.uw 52:Gm 5w EDliOATtOL rV. U .-e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 30 August 1851

i iifwiiWiiiiinil "J?9H! r WA2EBTE. AUGUST! W .tl 1 IffiiS i f: Onr excellence andherin ha aatlSfled at thalt&e OM tjr'; Sarsaparllla'piisseises biord iheulcal power and Tlr- tue than S. P. TownMcd'' and Ihe testimony of th pnblle wonld eetm ii bafhe taluVafnij " 'w ' w.y- Lf eonijlaeee tad duty w Inn two articles heriniithjeani( )ainEliiiiTlAirrortlBKtoture the tana diseases art in tner- V.t. i.ll it.. KU(.iiit.tli(tF the Vest. Tin fact. that FUB&ia NOTICE I S. P. Tvnscnd aki$oncil the Jieldjlrc; T'li.ri. 'tai'Dt'tMnrrrt! Jatjob ftEHUINE Havo.now qrt hand largo mdmplttock jultttift W jbo.otvwi V I r YYufljTv - ?r Sr '. iiioliitlioy offer on tho most iinorai terms. i-(Hjy ORIGINAL lf 8P. Tpwtisend' flariaparilla ) greatly aoribd.'ieWn d and exploded th bojtle. thereby giving Rat dlsatUfa- tloq'lo onr eUtomr'.'hIntloereedunonr prafsreno of .tb'i 0)d Dr preparation H" do aot ftjli orsltt ealled apon tadecjdt thoirumrlt of either article a itandard preparation! bttt when aiked ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 September 1851

l ffKPiC r fTT "v CTii ia Vi f ir-ry$f W ! ; mwrmw $ n 8! h fik tVt-''aMBI$bucv?3: m MS im i Air- Tiw ' i-inlTnirrpii? ill VOL. III. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER . St 11 a nn ti TATE m i .m. m b in vm ' IXxj III .1 Millr 6V18& "Mi iV u v THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE PUBLISHED (and circulated in every Comity in the State) WEEKLY BY CUSHNEY & HAMPTON State Printers. forms SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume cf fifty-two numbers if paid in advance or within one tnonlh from the time of subscribing or Four Dollars if not thus paid in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square of seven lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each continuance. One-half these charges will be made to those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of 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 Communic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 September 1851

tmM sae 18 5i a SEPTEMBER 6 i l A " jtf I 1 '4 I Q V I t : THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. . H..P fcREWSTER Editor:J W. HAMPTON Aoaociato Editor.' City of Anstin'Soptdmcr 0 1851. n: K7" W. BLYTHE IRWIN is an authorised ngont for tho Toxas Stato Ga- xatip empowered to rocoivo subscriptions and advcrtlscuionts andjecoipt'for rhonoys duo tho ofilco -Qy E. W. WILEY No. 07 Camp street New Orleans is n duly authorized agent Tor tho Texat S(Mt Gaxtllt in that city to receive stbseripttons and ad rcrtisements and receipt for tho .samq. " 03" J. W. NOWLIN of'Waoo Village is a fully authorized ngont for tho Texat Slati Gazette in that locality ' ' ' ' i Reading Room. ' Tho front rooni of tho Gazette building has lie en fitted up for n Heading Room for tjw Use and benefit of our patrons nnd for strang- ers Visiting tho city Regular files of nil tho Toxas papers and of tho prinoipal papers published in nearly every Stuto in tho Union will bo found in tho Room and all wo require & that persons usin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 September 1851

HW ' " ' "ft-' '&. s . 44 BSSMiMiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiujJMimyiiuMixuaiMm 1111 1 1 in-- "mmiwroiiiiniiiiiui ' - - ' . mmmunmt n 1 jw jhUmi--- .twMJBiijBF. ' mk'-u'Mn-' TEXAS STATE- - . . t.LJ. uL-i v- 'MvmKm wwMMMMMmMMM W 00 Ati n- Governor. 1851. Lt.-Govcrnor. Supreme Court. Comruiss'dr. : ' o "( & 2 2 S p i & S : ? ? 3 I i : f : s s 1 ..... si .. . : Anderson 30 102 li7 20 7a 12J 218 15 320 37fl Angoliua 18 17 60 53 2 38 23 52 100 110 Austin 302 1 0 10 33 30!) 25 0 1 317 201 Bastrop 207 77 17 30 204 20 45 00 403 148 Moll 148 20 11 8 0 30 17 31 05 175 81 Moxnr 1023 01 155 55 357 17 532 273 1227 019 Bowio 01 10 15 0 57 10 137 2 148 71 Brazoria ' 147 8 33 33 70 20 157 109 Brnzos ' Burleson 00 3 0 71 131 2 4 Crtldwoll 107 0 2 S 20 88 0 101 2 200 143 Calhoun OS 1 0 27 59 7 45 125 82 Cameron 837 2 20 757 1 70 2 858 51.5 Cass 212 00 50 110 132 103 382 40 433 322 Cherokoo 305 331 101 77 93 201 481 2 10 20 1031 743 Collin 22 335 41 14 5 Colorado 113 3 1 2 0 114 7 1 117 100 Comal ' 12...

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

lMH ;f V L t -TT'-T- i t' Lfc B? K I rsr a rA & i1! 't Fh WiBfHW-V mr TEM STATE 'GAZETTE. i i' SEPTEMBER 6 kcs- . .At ?f.l ' ij T 1 t .5'f..- tl --- n....l. f r.. jn.ft.M-mvWJ-rcauni By tho proceedings of thoir meeting beldw it will bo tfffen that tlio-'eitijKmd of JFayotto county -proposo tha holding df a mil-road convention in thifc city on the Ud Monday in iNovora- ber next. "Wo most cordially second this movement of the citi- zens of Ifaycttd Bfigtfeatbte however that it might bo expe- dient to appoint a fitter day fait the assembling of the con- vention in order to embrace circumstanced that will be likely to insure a more general attendance of delegates from all parts of the State. The proposition to hold a democratic State Con- vention here early in January seems to meet with such general favor among our cdtomporaries of the press that we look for- ward now to the assembling of that body with a full represent- ation fronl nearly all if not every county in the State as an ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 September 1851

-14 aittJIhuL. Ml. texis semtemikit the prosperity that follows independence of every part and the impro- bability of her having been able to acquire such wealth and power un- der n centralized form of government. England can hardly be taken as an example of the cehtralizatioriof power. The political influence is vested in a class and tho guidance of the national nfTairs has been almost altogether in its hands : but there has been nu element of independence in municipal government through- out the Kiugdora and though under tho influence of an aristocracy heretofore it was nevertheless itidonemlnnt nfmiiimrU r ?u itC y0fira considornul reforms have been introduced and the middle class holds a higher position and oxercises moro power than H overdid before : yet complaints are rrtadc and danger is apprehended lrom several measures the tendency of which was centralization. Now if we take Scotland wc find her prosperous. She governs herself in fact and it would be difficult to find an En...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 September 1851

HCll 'i1 M)Hj rijt i"" WVWtKs u &!Vjmi- teummm 3m texis mmrmmmn' xt SEPTEMBER Gl m It r i' t. r 93P- TIieweJlfcp'PtiofelngiiAtta i GgpHp Wrgfi0 0XMj" morrow) on the subject of BchcvcrfWapti$i)i by Rev 3. B. Giles T Meteorological Observations... Austin City. IBS.-Ih'IsPI w"""' "'' lThitra.....28 80p7 9S2 ! Ujeur "f " Fri. '.-.. 20 73 597 89 S 2 ' Cloddyclcor1 ' Sat r..30 78 97 88 S 2 ' Clear-' '. ' ( SUti: 81 ' '87 95 88 S 2 l OlbjTdy Mou 1 79 9G 89S2 ' Clear Tues. .....2 71 BOS 2 " shower Wed...1.... 3 7192! 87 S 2 j Th6 nutribers hi this colli mu show tho wind's force : 0 enhn G storm. tt9i The Austin JFcwiale Academy. THE THIRD SESSION oflbls Institution will commence on Mon- iAav he fiih of October. 1851. Ample arrnoKements arc being made by V " '" '-J - - -- -. j Ii' "' . a . " . . I. lil.i the Board of Trustees for Teachers in me usual departments ; ana n n micnueu to make the Institution Inferior W none in the South. A thorough Collegiate course will be adopted and as soo...

Publication Title: Texas State Gazette
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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