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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 17 June 1846

issr J ' B? i- T J5S- "r 1 ? 'THE' TEXAS DEMOCRAT. crrr of aus t'tjv. "5VEDNESPAY, JJ&WB, 17, 1846. . The Arm?. The latest accounts reprc- . sent the array as iu Matamoros. It is" said Capt. Price's and two other companies pur- sued the Mexicans seventy miles," but were Unable, tc discover their whereabouts. Gen. Tnvlnr is snorted to have said he "was .waiiing'for further orders. Ll vfCapt. Highsniitliofthe Texas Jl4n- rsTreturned on Saturday last from Little MRivcr, to which place he had been ordered - 4iyMaj. Fauntleroy, in consequence of the -hostile deportment of Buffalo .flump a:.d his -band, towards "ihe citizens of that section. Heconfinns the statements previonsly made ' relative to that matter. Wo woald lake oc- "casion to repeat our observations on the iuu- itility-of treaties made with Indians, who have noiheen convinced practically of the ability offthe treating power to enforce an observance ..N5f stipulations. Until this be done, we have lo rely upon the good faith...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 17 June 1846

U r'x TdFAITHEEVkARY. From the TrentorrDaily News. pFhfrlines below were written by a young "A bkuusch3, wiiu aJUieu, .oe wu win ne tuny appreciated by the pro- tasjon, ,4.tis curious fact, that he subse luentljflHMioFa broken heart. nnnviihstund. fS theWtggishovr of levity in this address to ts fauhleW mistress : -Say Msry,anst thou sympathise, i& mtnone wnoso heart is bleeding-. Compelled to wake from love's young dream , -ana laKe.lo ipccial pleading; ,. For since I Josl my suit to you, I care not now a fraction. ' AbontTthese tiresome suits at law "THIso senseless forms of action. But in my lonely chamber oft, WhenVclients leave me leisure, In infixing oer departed joys ,liin3 asaoQrnfol pleasure. ?UbwjweH I know that spot where first Isawjilhy form -otherial But ahj in transitory things The venue's not mateiial. Jlwk reading .rchbald's practice now -' Tecarce believe 'lis true, TbafTeould set jny heart, upon 3n arch-told girllike you. Egttben, that brTghl blue eye sent fort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 June 1846

$4L 00 pcr'amikj isi advance. Fulrfislieft every Wednesday 'by J. . Ford & MT (Drossieas, coraicr of Congress Arcane and Fecaua Street. G 00 at the end of the year. VOLUME I. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1846. NUMBER 25. I - LAW'S .. h. ASSED BY THE 21RST XTGISLATUItE OF THE STATE OF. TEXAS' AN ACT , To. create the County ofJHunt. Section 1. Be it enacted by'the Legislature of heStaieof Texas, That all that territory includ- ted withinthe, counties of Fannin and Nacogdo'ches, 'to wit: Beginning at the south-west corner rof iLamar county ; thence, south thirty-eight and ohe- vhalf miles ; thence, west twenty-five miles ; thence, snorth to the south-east comer of Collin county ; thence, with the eastern boundary line of said - county, to the southern" boundary line ot t annin county : thence, north, eighty decrees east, to the S -.oegmuuig, ue ami uic muic , w utu . ' 1 Z .; T .HJLn nmAirrKnihkTr niAnfnr1 o nOVV -. :county,to be known ana cauea oy me name oi .-.,.., 7 mi u -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 June 1846

of this Stale, to cause elections lobe held on the second Monday of July, 1S4G, in their respective jounltes, for one chief justice, four county com- missionerSj one sheriff, one coroner, one county Iclerk, one clerk of the district court, and two justices of the peace and one constable for each I justice:; precinct, and such other county officers required by law to be elected by the people- Sec 4. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the "luty of the chief justice of every county in this State,- from which any new county has been taken at this session of the Legislature, or from which Ihe greater portion of any new county has been taken, to cause an election to be held in all such new counties on the second Monday in July, l846t for all such officers as are named in the preceding section. Sec. 5. Beit further enacted, That the elections provided for in the two preceding sections, shall be conducted'in all respects in conformity with the laws regulating elections in this State; a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 June 1846

. i'T ' 1 r f THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. CITY OF J1USTIW WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1846. " CC?3 "We publish in to-day's paper, an offi- cial, account of the battle of Palo Alto, extract- ed from the " Boletin de la Division del Norte" of May 14th. We are indebted to the kind- ness of Maj. T.. G. Western far a translation. ,(The election for officers, under the "Act incorporating the city of Austin," took place on last Saturday, and resulted in the election of the following gentlemen, viz : J. M. Long. Mayor. Ira Munson, Kocorder. ' - AI.DEKMEN: Messrs. J. M. Harrell, WW. Thompson, F. Dicterich, D. Walsh, J. Cole and J. G. Swisher. " We trust there will now he no delay in or- ganizing an efficient police and correcting the abuses which hnvctreptin.in default thereof. (Tf To-day being the anniversary of. St. John -the' Baptist, the occasion was observed - bythe Masonic Fraternity, in this vicinity. yfCoM. ' Moore's Settlement with the Wptrolleiu So that a correct impression nay go abroad relative ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 June 1846

KST.ri9!UVi!lmmUU -J H. ' We Lave nowhere else seen so circumstan- tial and interesting an account of the bom- bardment of the camp opposite Matamoros as is contained in the following letter. It is due the author to state that It was written exclu- sively for the gratification of " a select few" of his friends not fur the public eye. The Teader will on this account excuse the air of levity with which serious matters are-discussed. Under all his exuberance of fun and humor, we do assure the reader that the wri- ter bears a heart which beats wilh every gene- rous and manly impulse, and he is fully cog 'nizant of all the sober realities of the service in which he is engaged. AT. O. Pic. Came Opposite Matamoros, ) May 13, 1S4G. . Since the evenins of the 9th, nothing has transpired here. You may know ere this, that we gave the Mexicans " Jesse" on the 8th and 9th. Gen. Taylor, after establish- ing hisjittle sand fort here, right opposite the town, left the 7th Infantry and two Artillery...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 1 July 1846

. -;-.- -&C V r?L. - b TJY JS:'FOED &.JL CROmGAN PUBLIC? PRINTERS. - TEIOIS OF ADVERTISING. j For each sqbareof ten lines o under, firstjnsCr- tionr onc-uouar. i;or eacu subsequent insertion, fifty-ceng. A deduction of fifty per cent. Will be madeupoax&arlyiidv'ertiseracnts, with theprivilego orenewrng'the same quarterly. Alihotfrtccmeril ofcandidatesfor office five'dollars. (DnFAdverlisoments out of the county, must be v TERMS Four Dollars.por annnnf, in advance Six Dollars at the end of the year. No subscription deceived for less than six months. , " - paid for in advance. YOLME I. AUSTIN1, TEXAS, WEDEESMI, JULY 1, 18-16. KB3IBEKS6. ?. 1 (I tL ". a " " R - 3 . j - . LAWS . PASSED 3Y THE W1RST EEGTSL ATTIRE OF THE ."- " " kl -"- STATE OEjtTEXAS. , ;Jk- iit- ' lNACT FTo WmfectT Galston Island, with the main land I , A at Yirginia Point.' - fi Section JL. Bcitennctcd by the Legislature of ti&fjState Texas, That the county of Galveston be, .andis hereby authorized to c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 1 July 1846

f'7. p '? W I-.' k? "3sa tRT - - ; j . & ---uinding officer of a" companpr Adjutant, twenty dolhs,-and thxise officersiespe.ctively, shall - J moreover bel liable to bejcashieredstf.the discretion -of rcourt martial. Bachno'n-coinmissionedt)flicer failing to givetnoliceidf any, muster when be shall recefae-orders forlhat ptiipose;.wjthout a-reasonable excfuse, shall be fined "in the sum 'of "five dollars ; etech .non-commissioned officer, musician or -private Failingto attend any muster, or disobeying any -ordex. which by -virtue of. this act his superior may 'givefoc failing torepairto theprescrrbed'rendesvouz when properly warned so to do, or failing to do his Idutywben there; orabsentins: himself-without a - lawful excuseshallforfeitand paysuch fine as-trfe court mart'al shall order under the circumstances I of the case; Jiot exceeding the sum ot Uvedotiars ; eeryjioinjcommissibned officer apppintedm pur- snanceofuirrc? act, Ishall serve for the teimof one vean-orpa.ya.fine o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 1 July 1846

lstl -VJV'i S r --v '552 i4 )-A,VMVr.. jl-,A.-f-ivwB '..:;. ,vn 3. THE TEXAa DEMOCRAT. tClTY OF USTJCJV. "- ", ' l jjy. T t? WEDNESDAY, JULyl,1846. r2T Several inacuracies having occurred J viH.jtIe publication of the, law organizing the f -v'militiar we insert It again, id to-d:ij s paper.-1 " Q'TIie act incorporating the city of Aus- rtiHnfiiL'be founon the "second p.ige. The - 'J-Jrat-raeellng of the.board of Aldermen took Jplace on-last Friday evening, at whicVtinie - Aliey underwent- art organization;?- We have, " blen'prflraised aaaMiuiiftlre-proctfedins, I which", If furnished ih timevijyiaje a place .TnllMay paper. 'ft After the lapse of nearly a week wiili- ouTihe Teceipt of any mail at all, we omSuji- - dayevenihg Jlad the gratification to seejlur TstaeToll in. Every bodywas agog ior news 'andfror letters during the process of opening ..and.assorting the mail the post office was lite- V 'rally besieged by anxious expectants. When - itlwttwas finally accomplished, and .the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 1 July 1846

..- " J"rom the Union. B? . ..- - "TO ARMS " ' kAwnke-l-arjseJjeanen of ought i l Z W glorious, hour is njsh l' '" "Your eaglepauses in his flight; &T - Ancl screams his battle cry I -5 From North to South, from East to West, Mr " Send back an answering cheer. jf.v And say farewell'to peace and rest, - - And banish tloubt and tear l frArm! arm I your country bids you" arm, Fling out your banners free- - - - Irfrtxdrum"and frumpet sound narm, ' jOfer mountain,p.lain, and sea. . , -. ,! March onward from lb' -Atlantic's shore, iTo RioGranaV tide ,nFfght as your fathers fought of yore! t , rV' -DJens.vy6ur brothers died.! jGfo'J vindicateyour country's fame -Avenge your country'! wrong! v The sons should own a denthless name,1 v. To whom such sires belong. ? -The kindred of the noble dead "A.S noble deeds shnuldJare; Vpiie fields whereon heir blood was shed A deeper .stani must wear. L ToJrras.! .to nrmrJyeTnen of mighfj ' Away -from home,4 away J TJeTfirst aod foremost in the figh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 July 1846

I "3 ' t- Sfi 3r PBsfeHED EVERY" HvEDiESDAX, TER3IS OF ADVERTISIXG. "J- S. FRD & MCRONICAN",' -t PUBLIC PRINTERS. ' For each square oT ten fines or, under, first ns tion, one dollar, ror eacn. subsequent msertic fifty cents. A deduction, of fifty percent, will madebpjjnyeaflyadvertisements, with theprivilej ofrencw'nff the same quarterly. . - TERMS Four Dollars pcrY annum, in advance Announcement ofcandtdatesfor office fivedollarl 0AH Advertisements out of the county, muitfil "Six-Dollars atlhend"of the year. NosubscrlpgJ; received Tor 1rs? than six months. . paid for in advance. V -r, TOLME I. AUSTIN, -TEXAS; WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1846,' MJITBER 27- y - v ly 'y.3- AfS. 3e &. i?PASSEDUYjrHE: RST LEGISLATURE-OF THE r c . s E OF TEXAS. ," AN" ACT : . - Supplerrrpntary to an act lo provide for ihe elec- -' lion of Representatives lothe Congress of ihp rtt United Stales passed February 23th, 1S46. Section 1. 'Beit enacted by the Legislature of -pike State of Texas, That the act. to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 July 1846

J". " ' J0M-T RESOLUTION Par disposing of a, portion of the Public Buildings J '- "in ihe Gilv of Austin. " r-i Section- 1. i?e" & resolved by he Legislature of city, of 1847, - W to 'the State-of To ras. anolthe iolS-on-wliich .theyfties.Jn the year 1846, pr'aVnrty. time- before, for laiid office. cxceBfa!so such" bnildinsrs as are re ' "' , . .- - -, .. ,- !- ' .:., . U 'quireany ine joint Tesouuious 01 uuucxuituu 10 ub 'cfedeS to tha United States. - Spc. 2 JSc'it-fWtficr resolved, That the rbnt I " shalljje paid raotlvly or mmrlcrlv at the discretion ti," df the controllerjthretuer rvingjuote.tolhe comptroller of rmbicagcounts with two responsible securities V" - "- " -Sec 3. Be it farther enacted, That iris hereby made the duty 0 the coniptrojlerof public accounts to deposit 111 -the tate treasurer's office the amount so accruing' fo the State, faking his receipt therefor. 'Sbc $Be it further resolved. That this joint I- jesoiuuon- iak-e enepu ironvana aueriis passage. ippr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 July 1846

" "" 3k "" -r . S r - K4&" ; . -J". -. . r '- .VV ?. Zz " r rf-OC . .S - WEDNESDAY, JULYf 185 " "CTJ Hon. D. L. Kaufman anafffon A. Yell will accept our thanks for-impor- "3? . fl We learn fro the Post Office Depr -. -r-v3j r ii w tit i ivcu I J ci c ii i uaiui uojr - ciiih; tbat the mails will he continued under tlfe ar- rengements entered into by'tluriate RepubJicY untiL the nevv lettlns, wliicliwill-probably 1 iotfte made until the spring of 1847. Judge Toter is" now -here;-endeavoring to put the mails in full operationnwbich he hopes 'to have very shortly accomplished ;he is anx- ious that sill failures of contract5! may be made Renown ,to him, tit his office, at Galveston. Afier-a slate of derangement, which has exis ted for; upwards of four months, we now hope to see the mails conveyed regularly once more Taroe -Trln w.CJ I.a . Cnfftffntf Airnninnr 5 -- unerfysne-oiners'impprishable superstruc- m' Judge Toler, ageioj. ujpSj reae(r,bynhe hands of freem'en upon it: irtment f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 July 1846

V b - - !?- . 13. ITOl X -G35- Vi L- y- "-?' V n From ihe 2falionaLhilelligencer. LINES Or? THE "DEATH "OFTUa. RINGGOLD He. has fallen I he htfs fallen ! The chivalrous and brnve I TJie young and ardent snfdier r Ts dreamingin hi grave T He has fallen ! he Ins fallen, . " , With a glory on his name, - . - -In the budding of his laurels, ' And the morning of his fame"! -' "i Death ! thou art called beautiful" S Tn the innocent -and fairf" - ' - Asthnu.riometh like a blessinr .5 - On the evening!s scented"nir! ' "Rut dentil ! thou art more jrlorious. When the youthful hero dies. ?. 2- "With the flag of Freedom Avaving Like a meteor o'er hisey"es4r. - He Jias fallen! he has fallen, r- .?1. For his country fair and free ! In the foremost ranks he's fallen, " . For no craven heart.had he Y - f rln thesummer land theyVe'pIncea him, "j, - " "'Neath a sky that's ever bine,- " vAnd Heaven never smiled on one" - ' ; More generous -and true-! . P. C. n. V . ONWARD AND UPWARD. , Onward and upwa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 15 July 1846

i-a mw - net- 8BaMnMME -aMaiMaBt-tii.iiiiii yan PUBLISHED EVERY "WEDNESDAY, TOEIUIS OP ADVERTISE G. - Far each square ofren lints or under, first inser- tion, one dollar. For 'each subsequent -nsettion,. fifty cehts. A deduction of fifty percent, will be made upon yearly advertisements, with thcprxvilege of renewing the same quarterly. . Announcement ofcandidatesfor office five dollars. iTTAH Advertisements out of .the county, must be paidzfori&adtance. V" Br - 5E3ff -FORD '&;.L CRONICAft, Fp- .,' PUBLIC ' PRINTERS. - 5g-" . - EERMS Four Dollars per annum, in advance- -"JSi-rDallars at. the end of the year. No subscription leetvcd far Jess than six months. fLUIEL AUSTIN, TEXAS," WEDSESDAY,- JULY Iff, 1846. 1UMBER 28; U i 'k. Y aS'-i& lsF3P5S0 ' ' "i"-2iLJ- ? 4 J- . . Bar 3- IL: - . - r tap s V . . C-J, J&, I? V - , 7 .XS . - . . SP?- "fiom the Cincinnati Wnckly- Herald- ?2T" THE BATTLE FIELD "t .7-- "Giyeupi" Who-speaks the craven word? "St I- Wtinco pntvanl li-onrt-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 15 July 1846

iM)iiuUat Daniel county' to the county nl Hopkins; md tnence, coi-nuning west with the southern nouudaryvline of 'sttid Hopkins and Hunt counties, to the north east corner of Dallas county; thence, south with the eTtstern. boundary lin of said Dallas county, to Its south east corner ; thence, vet with the southern boundary hue of said county, to the Trinity river j then e, down s nd Triiiity river, to the north west corner of Anderson count v.; and thehce, east with the northern, boundary" line of Anderson county, to the pl.ice of beginning, be K"mdeveryyear,audm or before the same day atid is.hereby constituted tlie county of Henderson, ach and every yearto'pay over into the treasury Skc 2. Be it further enacted, That William Ware, David- Cnilysle, Alfred Moore, Thacker Vivian, Snuor, and James Hooker, be and they are nereby constituted a -board of commissioners, to eleet and locate a temporary site for the seat of justice for said. county. Skc. 3. Be it-furth r eiyicted, 'That the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 15 July 1846

--: - - irft' WWWBBPSBBCbS agttrvuxzXu3rr'x?9!asB& TJ3-E- T;EX Sv D EMOG 11 a T- 'cr-fr of jt&STZJf. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1846. G""""In our paper nf to-day will be found theact passed by Congress establishing pon Vnroutes hi Texas, Iiy which it -will be seen that nost of ihn old routes as refflatd by the slate Repuhlicrnre to' be continued. " -. - - , -ft"?" The Election for countv officers and for Major and Brigadier Generals, wh'chi mbfc place'on Monday, resulted as follows, ySlTjJ; Harrell was elected .Chief Justice. iNrS.Jlector " ' Probate Judge. & ;R. D. T?Hsf.ird " " Di.strict.Clerk. 7- tA;-if. MSGill " "- County Clerk. - -, J3vH.JNni!iPWs " Sheriff." - 0 If,iluskv " -" Oornuer- - - inTH. Cushney and. It. C. -Doom, were ."Celecled"Justices!nf tlie Peace, Sadhh M. "Harrell, W. W. Atwood, Jes-e jBiirlett 4nd Geo. W. Davis", County Comtnis- dinners. "'"a-iEW - jot-Genral. Janr-s5 Mavfield re-ft-eiyed l2tj?oles and "iVE. Crmnp 61." - " 3?!ir Brigadier Gner.il Thomas- G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 15 July 1846

1 --& RROF. BILLY BLUEBOTTLES LEC- . TUBE ON TEMPERANCE. Delivered from the top of an empty rum hogs kead,before the honorable Association of Wiar:i2aM mif JW &.,-,. -J 6 t - Pel-bib-I spect most of von have heard of this here cruel imperhion and vitiations v rmmt.oozleme.nl they call the 1 emperance k form, sot up to prevent decent poor folks from 4 enjoying theirselves .a rational and inner- cent wsj, tint is, to liquor when they feels in- clined to it'; but may be some of you don't Know mat vie i emperance ennpa tnaae ui-ir brags that they hafe lick d us out, and we linn t .got a word to say for ourselves. &ov fiat's ti most oudacious mistake.- We've, got Iots-of arguments ahdralenntions on our side, and j we've genus? spprit enough to take our part, Iraess, when It comes to the tussel. I think wyself good -enough for any six of the cold j ' water orators, and 1 can give um their bitters, f think, w'hen 1 go nt it in vearnest. 1I,11 leu nm know tliat'Z'ac Jaken the fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 22 July 1846

xr ,5? 4 "w - '!. " J-1 "" " yt , At CHCBiaSHEDEVEB.1E: TVEDSESDJLY ,; -. TERMS' OP ADVERTISING. irtSfe - - J bt - .: - - For each square of ten lines or under, first i F.iSi -FORD&,M CROJSFIGAN, tion, one dollar For each subsequent insei S fifty cents. A deduction of fifty per cent, wil 4 ys -r ' EUBLIC PRINTERS.' made upon yearly advertisements, with theprrvi -$&-"- - of renewing the same quarterly. "TERMS ;Four Dollars pcf-annam, in advanced 3K?Dollars al the en3 of the yeaiC No subscription Announcement ofcandidatesfor office five doll 03" All Advertisements out of the counl, rmut i- jeceivca, wr less man six months. paid for in advance.. 'AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1846. NUMBER 29- ? - - - . . - lagfnMOi il mjggwci pec bow Mnangangaixiui. UM aiiKwroai o aggaeg nil I n ,-U-M. i um MU.qKm mm " 51 -'" 7" " " SSEDBY'TIIE FIRST "LEG TSLATHRE OF THE "" " " ., . 'STATE OT TEXAS. - ,2 - ".15 . - aA,act - . " rrTlegaHze tKe-bfficial jicts of Chief Justices' and. sAssocva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 22 July 1846

onformitv to thestandard ubw'used and adopted by the Government o the UnitedStateSj aud'pro- videfor the distribution oT'the same. Section 1. JRe il enacted by the Legislature of e Mate or JLexas, xuai me uu,"w -. K. i- m nLx u nrrroriirtr rp nnn Is hereby authorized to procure at me expense XheStateaset of weights ana measures, m u tWth thestandardadopted and now used byN brmit e governments the United Slates, and to pjace ie same under snch care and at such suitable and iSnvenientnlaceas will in his opinion most effecyi- fcljr accomplish the object hereinafter expressed. F Scrv 9. nP it further enacted. That the Gover- iVbe and he is herebv authorized to cause correct .nnTi:nf such weights and measures, when procur- 33; to be. made .under snch appropriate seal as he bay adopt, and to deliver or cause to be 'delivered, Kierthe inspection and approvalj)f some one com- etent-ana ay .mm nppoinieu ior uiav iuiiu... r nfVsnrdi weia-lits and measures to the chief jus tices of each and ev...

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