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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1836

fu r zfzs -' ? - - TOIi. I. WE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY. WO. .,43. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY G. & T. H. BORDEN. COILUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1 8 36. TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADTAPTCE, ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. w v s FIRST CONGRESS FIRST SESSION. IN SENATE. Monday, November 21, 1S36. The senate met pursuant to adjournment: The president of the senate pro tem (Mr. Ellis) in the chair. Mr. Corzine being called to the chair, Mr. Ellis from the judiciary committee to whom was referred the bill from the house of Representatives, "organizing a supreme court irad defining the duties thereof," reported the bill with sundry amend- ments Which bill was read a second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third readingi The rule bein" suspended, the bill was considered as engrossed and read a third and last time. Mr. Ellis then resumed the chair. Mr. Everett from the committee on claims and accounts, reported a hill in favor of Mary Milsaps. The rule beinr suspended, the bill was read three severa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1836

"L s s j -y r which was agreed tot and the bill was read a first time and the rule being suspended was read a second time by its caption; when on motion of Mr Grimes it was referred to the, committee on Indian affairs. The resolutions recommended in the report of the special commit- tee to whom was referred the- petition of Thomas F. McKinney, were taken up and passed a third .and last reading. Mr. Grimes called up)fie bill "to quiet land claims" which had been laid on the table. r " Mr. Ellis moved jitsmdefinite postponement; Mr. Grimes "thooglt the bill was of considerable importance to the holders of land in Tevas, and he hoped the bill would not be postponed. Mr. Ellis could nSt see the use of so much unnecessary legislation; it was only heapingsinount Pelier on mount Atlas ; and consuming the time of the senate for no useful purpose. Mr. Corzine could see no very great objection to the bill; it was only guarding the'bjginal settler in the title of those lands which he had a "fc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1836

j. w- -S fa V" Mr. Bunton said the great object of the bill was to enlist the sympathies of the people of the United States, and to open the purses of those strangers in introducing capital into the country. He would concur in the amendment of the member from Nacogdoches . Mr. Baker accepted the amendment. Mr. Archer said the senate having indefinitely postponed the subject, cannot renew it by committee. He however, believ- ed they intended to reconsider their vote, but would certainly prefer the bill as originally offered. Mr. Baker revoked his as- sent to the amendment, and concurred in the views of Mr. Ar- cher, that the billbe presented in its original form. The resolution was adopted; aud Messrs Baker, Bunton, Allen of Nacogdoches, were appointed a committee. Mr. Allen moved Mr. Archer be substituted for himself. Agreed to. ORDERS OF THE DA.Y. It was moved that the house go into commitee of the whole on the unfinished business of yesterday; and that the act es- tablishing the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1836

K -t OFFICIAL. AN ACT, Authorising the President of the Republic to appoint his cabinet officers. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representat ives of the Republic of Texas, in Congress assembled, That the president he, and he is hereby authorised to appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the senate, in addition to the secretary of state, a secretary each of the treasury, war and navy departments; also, an attorney general; which officers, when so appointed, shall constitute the president's cabinet. Be it further enacted, That the president h", and he is hereby authorised, to fill any vacancies in said offices, which may occur during the recess of the senate, either by death or resignation. IRA INGRAM, Speaker of the House of Rep's. MIRABEAU B. LAMAR, President of the Senate. Approved Oct. 25, 1836. SAM. HOUSTON, President. JOINT RESOLUTION OP THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Re- public of Texas, in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 December 1836

r.A A -;r,TS? 4-JSsaai -V "cJOIi.. I. WE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY. !&4 & :& X ., ;:rV: . " "A JT D TEXAS R E Ct I S T E R . -415""' ' v & r k . PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY G. & T.-Hr BORDEN. S- GOIiVMBIA, TUESBAIT, BECBREBISR 6, 1836. TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE.. ' ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. s? .FIRST CONGRESS FIRST SESSION. 'in senate. - Tuesday, Nov. 29, ID o'clock, A-. M. 'J1- The senate was opened with prayer by the Rev. Richard Sal- mon. 3- XT K- The biH from the ho'ise of representatives io)rotec.t heSrantielSp" was reaS-aTthinl thne ancTpassed. s'rr Mr. Grimes presented a petition from Martin Allen, for services rendered. Refened to the committee on claims and accounts. The chair added Mr. Somervell to said committee. " .Mr. Horlon from the judiciary committee, to whom was referred the bill from the house of representatives "for the benefit of foreigners, voluntecrsjand others," reported that it was inexpedient to pass the bill; which after considerable debateand so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 December 1836

-'-?&?- '-if'-f -'-.-.. i i H H -K -- S ?fef ' ' - " . i ,& sfv Mr. Gant reiterated bis former views in justification of bis vote against bis concurrence in the report, but would vote in its favor, if tbe report be so altered as not to extend back to per- sons before the declaration of independences He continued to argue on the principle, that this government gave a new title other than that previously possessed. He would not, with the gentleman fromTMina exclaim money, money, money, but sol- diess, soldiers ! The lobby was crowded with volunteers. Mr. Green briefly and satisfactorily replied to the posi- tions of the gentleman from Washington. The question was then put on a division : the ayes 22 the nays 4-Messrs. Boyd, Chcnoweth, Gant and McKenney. Mr. Allen moved that the clerk be instructed to take the report forthwith to the senate, and ask their concurrence. Car- ried. Mr; Baker reported a bill securing compensation to those Vho have lost property during the war. Read...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 December 1836

. rK Fv r tik E - -J" h4 x. h C proviaons, &c. at any rate of interest on which it can be ob-. upon the force of the country until the necessity is urgent and tainted. t absolute, "-,"-Therule was suspended, and the joint resolution passed to : We must be prepared to meet the enemy. "We know they its third reading. Carried. jare implacable in their resentments, and irreconcileable in their X ne-capnuii was to ueguuuie mi u. luctuui uvyuulv uiuusanu jiuuuu luvvtirua us. ire must uu piupaiuu 10 incut uieui, uwu dollars. 31 r. Bunton moved to take up the bill returned from the se- naterelinuisbing one league arid labor of land on the east end of Galveston island: Carried. The "bill passed to its third or final reading. "Mr. Allen moved to reconsider the amendments to the bill forthe relief of McKinney & "Williams, that the question of re- scinding them aittfadopting ihe original as sent from the senate, hfcplaced under discussion. , tMrTBaTcer moved that the house insist on its...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 December 1836

A,i -, 4 il 1-2 i 4 4JV 4 - 4 V? OFFICIAL, - - AN ACT, To authorize the President to ngotiats a loan on the bonds of the government not exceeding five millions of dollars. JSec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represenla- livesbf the Republic of Texas, in Congress assembled, That the President of this Republic, be, and he is hereby fully authorized, to issue bonds of this Republic, for the sum of one thousand dol- lars each; not exceeding five millions of dollars, which bonds shall be signed by the President, and Secretary of State, and countersigned by the secretary of the Treasury; shall be nego- tiable by simple endorsement, and shall'bear an interest on the - face thereof, at a rate not exceeding ten per cent, per annum, to be paid to the holders thereof at such times and place as may be stipulated in said bonds. Said bonds to be prepared as soon as practicable under the direction of the President and mq$e redeemable in thirty years from the day of date. Sec. 2. Be i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 December 1836

"2y- rp v ! -cfl&s. fi tes& tZ- -" E X A I S T E R T03D. I. WE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY. NO. 45. -.1 ".- 'BNr I PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY G. & T. H. BORDEN. COIiUMBIA, FRIDAY, ECEMBER 9, 1836. TERMS, $5 PER. ANN., IN ADYANCEV ADYERTISING, USUAL. PRICES. : "- FIRST CONGRESS FIRST SESSION. IN SENATE. FRIDAY MORNING, DCCXMUKK 2, 1836. The 'senate mctpursuant to -adjournment, and was opened with bv'tnee tv. w. mn- -&,-' -w'-fSbS. rfgtf-Z. fcj3fe - T PTiT,iVfr -t-X "cyxne dm ior ine reiier or .rumen: j.npieu ana omers, was piaceu 4& n is second reading; and, on motion of Mr. Everett, laid on the table 4 -for the present. - f k, The bill exempting certain property from execution being called up, $ .a- - Mr. Horton said, he had serious objections to that bill from begin- 2- no en( -e was filing to make a reservation of some property -"-jjBL i?om execution, but Teally there was not half the citizens of Texas worth p -aSynuch as that bill exempted from execution, to wit: three hundre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 December 1836

e . Ltf & Jseaven, and recollect, that upwards of one hundred there foil boneath the merciless, sword of a Bavage enemy. Behold your army and you there see many of them, patieiftly and gallantly waiting the coming of 1 the enemy again, resolved to maintain the cause of liberty in Texas, or fatten the soil with their blood. Cast your eyes through the streets of this, town, and throughout the country, and you see many of these brave men, with honorable discharges in their pockets, desirous of returning to their homes, or again ready and willing to re-enter the service of Texas, if necessity demands it. And what compensation have they thus far received? Nothing truth, plain unvarnished truth, demands that - we say nothing. "Is it expedient to authorize by law, foreign volunteers to sell their bounty landlo aliens V1 The heart of every true friend of Teas, must answer, "yes, it is expedient;" and justice and gratitude demand, that they should have-the right to sell it to whomsoever ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 December 1836

-x. i jl 9 E. Laurence Sticknet, Recording Secretary. ' Wjl M. King, Sergeant-at-Arms. Joshua Canter, Door-keeper. STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE Committee on Foreign Relations. Messrs. Ellis. Everett and Horton. Committee on Indian Affairs. Messrs. Robertson, Irion and Lester. , Committee on Military Affairs Messrs. Horton. Somen c!l, Landrum and Morehouse. 'Z:GpmmiUee on Waval Affairs Messrs; Wiison,Corz.ne andEverett. Jgpgmmxiiee on Post Offices and Post Roads. Messrs. Somervell, Irion andlYilson. Committee on Roads, Bridges and Ferries. Messrs. Robertson, v Grimes and Lester. Committee on Finance. Messis. Horton and Grimes. " Committee on the Judiciary. Messrs. Corzine, Morehouse, Ellis, Horton und Collinsworth. Committee on Public Lands. Messrs. Everett, Corzine, Lester, Grimes and Ellis. Committee on Public Printing. Messrs. Grimes, Everett and Ro- bertson. . Committee'-on the Contingent Expenses of tlie Senate. Messrs. Horton and Wilson Committee olTClairns and Accounts. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 December 1836

-L - t A ,- US' J. J r- w -1 a. s, 8-. -k -: ' L rf" V" ''Wagh. of war, or shall presume to give a pai ole or wathchword, dif- ferent from what he received, shall suffer death, or such other punishment as shall he ordered by the sentence of a general court martial. Art. 46. All officers and soldiers are to hehave them- selves orderly in quarters and upon the march; and whoever shall commit any waste or spoil, either in walks of trees, parks, war- rens, fish ponds, houses and gardens, enclosures,corn-fields,&c. or shall maliciously destroy any property whatsoever, belonging to the republic, unless hy command of the commander-in-chief of the armies of the said republic, shall (besides such penalties as they are subject to hy law) be punished according to the nature and degree of the offence, by the judgment of a general or regi- mental court martial. Whosoever employed in the armies of the republic in for- eign, parts, shall force a safeguard, shall suffer death. , Art. 47. "Whoso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 December 1836

i t T I 1 x& -'s Ei X A RE&I8TE r t. ft i'ia TOI. I. WE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY. NO. 47. PUBLISHED BY G. & T. H. BORDENJ "PUBLIC PRINTERS. . j, i TERMS, 5 PER ANN., INitoVANCE ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. COLUMB'IA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1836. i - j f - :0 V FIRST CONGRESS FIRST SESSION. IN SENATE. Fkidat, December 9th, 1836. The senate met at the usual hour. Prayers were said by the rev- erend W. W. Hall. v The bill authorizing the president, to issue his proclamation, cal- tfogfdr twenty thousand vojuatecrssplacfdnts second reading. Mr. Corzine opposed the "bill, and, naked, wdre'it optional with the volunteer, to serve during the war or fip two years it was presumable they would prefer two years. Now,jit was'probable, the war would terminate shortly, and for this country to support twenty thousand men, with clothes, araounition, provisions,' dsc. would, it was evident, almost Jiave a tendency to render her insolvent in peape; and in addition to this, he would Temark, that t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 December 1836

1 disinterested outlay of all his finances and even his credit had been impignorated, for the relief of Texas. In the hour of the darkest dismay that Texas ever experienced, when mexican in- vasion had left the fame of the country's salvationin its dying struggles when his efforts to relieve Texas in Orleans were jnet by accounts of the fall of the Alamo, the destruction of the hapless Fannin, the desolation, wretchedness and flight of the citizens from the effects of the war. Now that his lands in the state of Mississippi were about to be sacrificed, when his bills contracted on the faith of the government, have been protested, when even.in,these streets, he has been importuned, for those debts, he asked nothing more than to be placed on a footing with others by giving land scrip, which has been liberally dealt out to others, and jnay be sold to the worst enemies of the coun- try and why did he even demand that payment? To restore not alone liis own credit, but that of the country,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 December 1836

lw. Nr i.j?AAS V'V. . J yvA. v I IJ 1.171 - raaoiwiroiis M$ftMtf i PROPOSALS Jfor publishing in the town of Houston, the seat of Government of the Republic of Texas, a Newspaper, to be entitled THE TEIIAN. Believing that the publication of another newspaper in Texas would be of infinite advantage to the community as a vehicle of intelli- "gence, and also, as a medium through which every citizen would be en- isommunicate nis views on an suDjecis ui nuuuuui puucv, iue ed is induced to issue this proposal. We look also, tor a encouragement and support from the friends of civil and re- liberty m tne unuea otaies. j. exas is now periurimug au mi- Doriant worK in me ijreiii. uonmxii uruiuo. : uuu mi cvca uio mmcu iv- Tvards her : she is "the observed of all observers ;" and wc confidently - .. . . ii t 1 M 1 J rt 1 Delieve tnat uer course win De onwara, uniu sne sianas - rcueemeu, regenerated and disenthralled." When we reflect on the innumerable advantages bestowed upon a community by a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 December 1836

e5r" ' - "i' ti 1, S 4 &$ 3 A manly behavior. The president shall order general courts mar- shall be called at each muster or rerie; andtlhadelin(.quents 3tial whpn mav think if nooocenrv -nrTioro n nininr ffflnftrSl sHall lifiarticularlv noted bv the caDtains of comnanies. both asto ab- -tialwhen he may think it necessary, where a mafor general shall preside, and be composed of eight additional members, two of whom shall be brigadiers, and the other six field officers. .The proceedings of this court shall be approved by the president, from whose decision there can be no appeal. Division courts martial may be appointed at the discretion of the major general, where a brigadier shall preside, who with six field officers shall compose the court, whose proceedings shall be approved or dis- approved, and whose sentence shall be affirmed or reversed by the major general whoordered such court, subject however (upon an appeal to the president,) to his final affirmance or reversal. Briga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 December 1836

mu -. S"' ii j s y v -ijft A . -t - J . -1 l r.s.. 'ccj U - jrsrli i ."o;S? P f m II - ' f r .'?; src" 3V " B T E X A ISTEB if ni VOr.J. WE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY. WO. 48. PUBLISHED BY G. & T. H. BORDEN, PUBLIC PJEtlNTJERS. coiiimreiA, Thursday, becember ss, isss. TERMS, 5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE- ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. -HE g5t 3 -S&'. - 5U A. T ' u .-. 3FIRST CONGRESS FIRST SESSION. IN SENATE. Thubsday, Iecember 15, 1L836. , The senate met pursuant'to adjournment. S - And(hs opened with prayer by the reverend W. W. Hall. 7vljEjWjiimovedo call up the reports and resolutions concern- ing Robertson's colony, some discussion arising thereon Mr. Robertson m)3i1 fnv tliR avfis and navs. which was as follows. , , Ayes, Messrs. Corzine, CoUinsworth, Ellis, Everettlrion, Mogc "fiouieRtiEdVilsonPr -" Nays, Grimes, Horton, .Landrum, Lester and Somervell, 5. A message was received from the house of representatives through Mr. Faris their clerk, informing the senate they had concurred in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 December 1836

"A r ' -? - Jb. the-table, the proclamation to raise twenty thousand volunteers, and also the resolution for preventing the introduction of slaves from the- coast of Africa. The resolution respecting Mr. Woodward, was, by suspen- sion of the rule, read a second time, and referred to a select committee of three. Mr. Ingram moved a resolution, that the secretary of the treasury he required to prepare and devise a system for raising a revenue, and for the developments all the financial resources oT Texas, which, in his judgment, may be available to the ex- isting and future exigences of the country, and to be prepared to submit the same to the next congress; with a plan for funding the national debt, and paying the interest thereon semi-annually. Adopted. The land bill was taken up the tenth section was struck out, and the appointment of officers by the president inserted, with advice and consent of the senate. Concurred in. The joint resolution authorizing the president to organize an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 December 1836

&7 X - w- V XT TELEGRAPH. COLUMBIA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1836. Q-Persons wishing to renew their subscriptions to the Telegraph, will please signify their intention on or before the fifty-second publication from the date of their subscription, of which they will have due notice, by a suspension of the paper, unless payment in TiIvaiice, is forwarded. fl- Persons due thjs office, on subscriptions, can satisfy the same, by paying the advanced price previous to the first day of January next; other- wise, the original terms of ouri paper ($7) will be adhered to . "Quid vetat hominem: Jbidentem dicebe verum." Horace, We have seen a letter in the Nashville Republican, purporting to be a let- ter from a citizan of Texan to his friend in Nashville, dated Austin's colony, Sept. 16, 1836. It is,in reality a curious production ; we would be inclined to either of two opinions on the first glance of this precious morceau, viz., to sup- pose that the epistle was written in a moment when trium...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 December 1836

"su jy f- v. f -.--- 2??J J f,A &t - Wok PREFACE To the Report" of he Proceedings of the House of Representatives. . - -To the deliberations of the first session of the first congress of Texas, the attention of a vast proportion of the civilized world has been, of necessity, directed. The interesting condition of a country revolutionizing in the sacred cause of liberty, with its ever fallowed "Spartan band," panoplied in the armour of "death or viclory," successfully resisting the mighty torrent of projected extermination that rolled from the city of Mexico "with its great Goliath, the pre- siding genius of the scene to witness him tumbled from that tri- umphal car, to which the sad fate of suffering millions was enchained and .held in -"durance vile" at Orozimbo a living monument of the imbecility of human tyranny, and a proud record of the success that must ever await the votary of liberty for " who will be free, him- self must strike the "blow.1' To see an infant republic, su...

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