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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 25 July 1835

?Tr - Jf fa XXS MEPIJBMAJ$. r - Lit. OL. I. BRAZORIA SATURDAY JULY 25 1835. NCM47r j-V -J --K ti H-t y $'4M& W - THE .'PB t --M ' nnm-niitil C . ln. nni' nrannnrto n.an nil that Sub- nnd in which TeXQS StOOQ SO Very prO?? THEREPUBLTC4N IS PRINTED ject nor'in fact on aiiytither. The minent having in February repeated AND PUBLISHED BY State was without one'&ollar in the her elections made in September tor ES f (ro ja - treasury and nothing presented a spee- of 22 votes given in all Texas Govern i ii t l ' Q f dy relief; precedent Had been given nor Viesca obtained 16 votes. Diaw- And Will be printed every oat- DVi0 previous legislature in decree- ingmy opinions from that manifesta UKlay at $5 PCI annum li paid ing the alienation of 400 leagues of tion made in so declared a manner I r' 4 -ftQJ at the end of six- months or public lands and as the land had been could not otherwise than believe that el? i"'niit mid until the exDi- disposed "S and no opposition made to in my anxiet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 25 July 1835

$ tt St Q .f S. WHITING P. BERTRVND W.l AUSTIN W. G. FULL. July 25 1835; believe that I had not . nor could not have bad an intention of jeopardizing their interests with the General Gov. ernment far from every thing that 4bad preceded more especially the sale of 400 leagues of land the year before Principal Commandascv of ) no such conclusions could be deduced Coahuila and Texas. $ because that disposition of land had Charged by the Command int Gen passed without any notice whatever oral with the preservation in the Slat of Government in Mexico changing the federal republic of the iStates to a central cons solidated government over which Santa Anna is recogni- zed as the head or supreme chief of the nation- The change commenced in from the Government and verv few re- of public tranquility and fulfilment of Toluca. the chief citv of thp marks were made by the people of Tex- my duty I can do no less than address sjafe cf Mexico whence the as so far as came to mv knowledge as interest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 25 July 1835

2d. That in the Constitution which is now forming the es- sentia! hasis should be the es- tablishment of the Roman Catholic Apostolic Religion ex clusively; the independence of the nation the integrity of its fl0 Reward. T ANA WAY on the 27th .H.vi'i ult. from the subscriber I vri t-k 4-v " ar !-- E-f r m-r miitam v srt acwid territory the division of " ""X"l V power and the liberty of the theFoTt Settlementthree negro . wen one named Sterling very Prss . black thirty five to forty years 3d That the well deserving of about five feet ei ht or and illustrious Gen. Donnto.nineinche8 high. Joe a dark mo Lopez de Santa Anna in vir- muiatt0 about thirty five years tue of the heroic sacrifices of fl- five and a half fcet h h which he has at all times made or thereabout. Richard a bright m favor of the liberty of the muialto thirty three years of lie country should be six feet hi h hi h recognized os supreme chief of forehead and bold kn the government and protector When he left his haip of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 25 July 1835

I ttfti 3;j COPARTNERSHIP NOTTCP. TWHIP. undfirsirried havinff entered EW TOW A T THE MO UTJH 0F1F1TE BXCCAl attorney " rri ijf. jf into Copartnership under the firm a ND at the Pass of Matagorda Bay I N MOREL AND will of Bennet & Shan) in the purchase of 2 Known by the name of Cox's point VtPnH tn anv business the entire stock .f Merchandise for- This town presents every advantage. attend to any Dusmess . srfinn- flpNeol ...: norfissnrv to the establish entrusted tO him his Office JS ' nrmafed to dispose of them on mpn 0f a commercia'l place being the in Liberty On the Trinity riv as rentable terms as good- of tho only good.landtng at the bay where ivcs- J J i:f.-nnohniitrht n the coun-.feon come to with safety and t.io STIrr L7 j trv. The Stock onnfa of a general mnSt convenient to the Mexican trade W. H. Sledge r.0umbia airtmotr M GOODS. CJno. dnlao surrounded by a fine body of JnO. Chaffin J 01unmia. inT?TWARE. CROCKE- land itinU8t evidently bo atown ofbusi. T C T) Bvrom. Br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 8 August 1835

?i?: . cjaK-'fi.i-v. . W5'! .5-UVri .1 rttir rr i... pM'-r-t v-BJt. !M4 hr asSiSKf rs-;-.a5!l POfS"... - ' vVVM awsfe?:. . ?; ""2 f r V sT?r?F V-WTA-wt .-; " - r ft3EffSEF "3&t - v"53CSiiWto. &&& -JU.yRw- t'.J iPf"T-rJ.ifii Lnv-" -A2iifPsri7?-J---.lTrSHPMB . 'W- 4 t . r.-. M'-iV - " -L ' JWCi. "i . t Hfc 'rfP JT H -aM-uLi ' -.-l. i-ijs&J&40l&." &?& 3 v .votf. l. i ? " 4 BRAZORIA.-SATU&DAY AUGUST-jBf J-ik i fcr-i c J ui..ui ;uun-u i.y una yc nuiyu may . ncCOrainXT ffl tile IRtter-nt h(ii9iirfl.nt : give-some-elucidatioibf them. 1 do 'the neoi.le of. thVJuiW'cfinn' f.r v not know who drew those Columbia rymuch -discontented .at thesi ntn. resolutions but they mreertainiy sa ceedingd and (bat 'Though the have - ' 'JESli:il&: retarv)since thetnerioir. ''BeAi.yh&i:S;xl 7THEREPUBMCAN 48 PRINTED SSfi SK'InW '" m 'ljffimWitk' ' DVVmMVisi MoSwhicbho agneda send me. vl thkPldcS(AAqfag4t . ' ! i1-" ?ifar ' 0 AlSend the same to '-l ave n yet to ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 8 August 1835

tif'-Art S-S'SJSHVtfflk. -"ii iV TSV?! Ti fk r -- - - 7V -'. I s&z&Sifr .- 1 aai5i : - -Vr t " i m. .. ... . "". J! " " - X T ..-. .- j. 7 1- X-t 'Sl.- Jir.Ji j r . v Tf . Ti . -' ' l"'TT'!?' Bworn-tosapderaarefecace fo AtjBiJiais lilt's ir"aajitlisissigajvi:euu 'Rdrf tbpmain tranquil andjquieL la other'tnaUersr jxkich u e;einere)y( vo-. . ttouSyadopted?' .'- 7Uepresentrconditoifof our-country ted for by the dlizensjassemBled a.tthc; .W&rewrtheii'nt:GuSl6mHiiritlls"imnortani that everv-ra.iri should mectinr aforesaid m the first amotions as nor any dutiesiipon-portantto ihecommonsaieiy otaiimai meicy tnat r-sncuianaveoeen namea io collected .and ..whereas no-other orders 'sbouldbeobe'yud but preside at suelwi meeting ' since - the eencoHectedliereforiKerthosessuein2rfrom the. proper officers duties I had as Political Chiet; are so o'oYgaSrized'in any. other part- of the Co-'-tfe on'tne-theatertyelt is alike tin- ofilffeir surprise. - Itrmiy appear; un Jonies ot J e impor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 8 August 1835

r- "Vd ScS -.-. ;r3l 'jTV i-yw f" " 1- 5 2: "-"ftr .n- '" s. v ' . iV riTK!. i'-.-.-1 - . -i2-'WJ'- "M 15PIIPPPP? -1 !&; $b& .mm&m M to nave started m an max -wees ior '-jur"&iau-ijuvir vn. nV iwu -- r -r-r r-. '''Texait'alsoateshat'GjngVess SntesrKS Richard.; '; & VMbaX - was to meet on the i 9th to ary into? wdht a iqbd;Horse;one that-wili;ff;W 4 JOmWmSM9m I ' effect theewofrn'or-GovenVmeat; JL move HkeMAHOMETS at BQR-; XSxri d - Vr - - ": A letter haa been'rebeivcd from Col. - Austin as late as the 1st Julv be' was r ' . - v -..- AK'andn'ott stumble "and break my rpHb utafersigned being- 'appointed! r . . .iJj:.llfctmn"iVm OUlin.' -rt Pilot hv-.thft- IllllSt rinila 'ii.nh ' 1 nmmiinip imi trnm a urisrnn chAnumr or u;siuuawj wiy in defence5 of the course pursued by vn rods; any Cifizen having such a mientoofth Jurisdiction of CotumbXa a meclinjrhekl at the town of-Anahuac-. Horse for saleforcrop pay can find a for the Bar of the 'Brazos takes this ; nlAn th Pv;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 8 August 1835

Pr!5W?fiS' rii gf RtOsT " TiSrtiffii n. ?fi 7 'A nw-wJ A-P R OC I A M A 1 I O N. f nrnnftrraii . ' p 7 ; rvmn iu mc uiui.rxx.-rvM.! HtT1'" ' rN..ot4abQdtjthe:fe8t'dayof rfJlhePr.interoTtheIaws I fpHngJ 3 Apri Lof the present year of the United States-at Mobile befeffl Winter ft : per.thousand; JDelivored atthe MiUs.-.P. JVlcGrew.in the county okQrleans' will publish. the fore. '' : M." W. SMITH rSurapter murdered a couple of soinCr Proclamation- &.c week- "f-C. j.boys in the foulest manner and fyf0? three montHs and for- jy"' v . Vjr Tz2r - Xjt 'N O.T I C.E ..arid ajrorravated circumstances. vAturv rJf Stnte. for Davment. LL persons ihaving claims The -oldest of the lads .was 11 6 They are requested to seird airainst the estate .of. John or 17 years of age and his lit- their oaners. if practicable to a AiiotnVop'H.wi nrfisfint thfimie bromeraoout rll or i2.IlJr ntpr m Texas who is re A aUlUDV billy wUIv.vra . vwi.u v - Q7 Inloh'rl. will nroopnt them 'tie" hrnthfir nboilt 11 or 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 22 August 1835

i IPlhlL m; ri llJ - I M 'i7. THE .TEXAS PUMCAI. ! ' I VQL. I. BRAZORIA SATURDAY A(J(5UST2S 1835. NO. 51?! "BE Ir Ift l Iv It vse.i&k&' A.TMD PCIRLlSHEDIil F. 0. .OBAT erves because assent - t . .- ; t - ' i ! ' ' . r - . . aza !!. i.i r:uiiiiM ; inoir nn-i viamnrarnAa uv w .l .- ; vutt"l uu uioiiiiguisi TI.K71UUU ap.-' firftl hp trivpn tn nn lintuat an nnLt.J 'C.... ' THE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED ZL "- ' oLtIopI ' '"" . ' Resolved. That the .Chairman nn. MexU nnint n t.omrniflpf nf fivn iimnno t. ' and their desire for draft resolutions to rennrt tn th iriAot. f-..... ...k :.. . A .. xtrAaoiu tvtiiiau iij. ide every Irind Alld 'Will be priced ever' Sat- can Government i . - ;r:w the Drosnentvof T -urday at So per annum if paid habnants it hs ra: Ah ihe principles are 'well known which guided the march ot the inij: whereupon the following ffentlb. men were appointed viz: Doctor Dai e 4-it.r-. rnrt nT ci y in : in i i ITH- fi : i.i.i r iiuiic cuv vi -" 7 -- concession unu iiuuw ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 22 August 1835

'i ' - f- 1 W .: . -4 . " ico to participate in their rights and liberties with the charter of rights be fore us Ae er CnstitutionJ tfhich invitation we accepted in good faith iind under the aolemaity of an oath promised to support inasmuch we regard it violate iMa our right indeefourduty.to sustain its prmci. Pnd. Revived That aur consUtu- tion and rights as freemen are. now abouito be prostrated by the power of GenerS Santa Ana. We call aloud tihto republicans oCMexico t. rally around the canstitatian and support it with their property and lives and en- deavor to gather the scattered frag- S of that constitution which has beiathe boast of one of the proudest nations vof the earth. 3rd. Resolved That the Political- Chiefs of the different Departments invite Ramon Musquiz Lieutenant Governor to Texas and draft as many troops as will be necessary to march to his assistance and conduct him to San Felipe de Austin and sustain him in the administration of the constitu- tion. 4th. Resolv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 22 August 1835

ir'v wrj.--V'..--- W.-JIiON making DISSOLUTION .mmnnd tin entire susoensioir KeuilmceedinffSof a civil charac. TlHE subscriber is now prepared l. vMntin cases of nnrent necessity. JL to attend to any business in his FBlHE copartnership herotofor JL existing.in the name and styh .Cl oi u.nHriih. Branch TV Bernardo three miles from Brazoria . of A.G. & Mlg DJ muwai con &. Th P.-BiDg!lan; ife?'-- "S1 St Archer Robert H. Williams and Peter where wagons will be made and repai Kertranti. ne afiDOimea h winmuieo iuuuwuwioiww. to open ubscrip':ionB and receive con- tributions of money for the purpose of defraying the costsof printing sending expresses and other-necessary exnen fes. 38.tf. sent this day dissolved except in liqui-H-t.nn. those bavin claims against- wt-ftWMj 6 J. B. COWAN. them will please presem mem wr pay ment and those indebted are requested . . - to make immediate " payment.or satis. TOWN factory arrangements otherwise in- r A CARD The undersigned- announces in thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 22 August 1835

I''" aFH- -". ' ' t ft i.Li.. !JJ ill ilWWLM." ' j 'w it. r rt ' . Zf- A P aOCLAMATIO N.67 ar663?ea 1U MIC piUl Utin l?W 6D0P .! or about the hrst day ot rf?The Printer of the Laws &J B BR2GH4M fc tfo. hfrejust r April of the present year of the United States at foDile s?e received by the Schr. Tuiiw William IcGrewand William and the State Printer at fw &PXT0L?p? . ivlcixrew m tne county of Orleans will publish the tore- ware S&DL3RY "IEDIOHI33 Sumpter murdered a couple of going Proclamation &c week- &. &c.' which thev offer to the rmb. boys in the foulest manner andly for three months and for-lic- wholesale or retail on ascora id.uing . under the most chocking ward their accounts to .the cec- "jT AusaotlSlhi 1835.-4o-ff . ana aggravateu circumstances retary ot Stale tjr payment- JOIIX A. WHARTON" is my lawful Airentdurinj-mv absence ted States. vtf n 4 v j . . .. .-. . . .ii . i -. --'.. .Tneir name was Hemp. They quested to pubnsa tins rrocs - f - were peac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 29 August 1835

"H8 v a a &y fcj HE TEX AS HEPl BLIt AH. tATOL. I. BRAZORIA SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1835. NO. 52j Tilt!IS: and violence will overshadow 0f the nub)ic domain like tlm THE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED .the laid. After the most grave late land speculation; &" equal AND PUBLISHED BY and mature deliberation the iy opposed to the principle of F. C. UJtlJHL icupw ui iujuruiwuyu mtc any person or party rashly ia And will be printed every Sat. c?n?Ie!Ted tha a Consultation voiving U8 in difficulties against urdav at $5 per annum if paid & all Texas through her repre. the consent of the majority and at the end of six months or sentatiyes is the only devised we wish a consultation among- 82. if paid until the expi- r devisable mode of remedying other things fof purpase Q ration of the year. the above rec.lod evils & have devising 80me No discontinuance wili be instructed us to call upon you vent the remainder of our pub flowed except at the end of unite in bringing about such jfe iands fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 29 August 1835

. v ex M Ih ffeijktjgte -f i -- I HMVBBHikEII fc " BT & K. m BB W- J Ik.- b. . ... I(V TaaadirmrdstitriayhfelrW'AtWMA ..: w 4wWV-' .. MiAratCSriliWrtn - - '. Hi3-tb to gtraa to - out-repre" .jWWr Ffi Vuitrary d&sW which is with. razowyiitu to no gtra 11 t aoiuauves m la secure psaso ootaiatJa constitutional fob: year i 'movements re- w I t h IT.. 3-.-i; N . ssKSffiOT ryaraKfiSL r wnicn is cenaiaiy gumc eat to rinke k ;j f;Tj:.-..-.Lrw auv.ttW iaoiu lueir twentioxia. to any prudent people- merftogediVriad .yjMw wrthTiroop ward TeW aM I can assure you thV P"t J " intention; first who are iu favor of aae . . .ht S. Ana tiimaeit has been 'heard to. larg numberaof train at lea th. UuVafe; Aid earnt. reco 2!r?.SS V?". JWT b. wjnaa coaioitation rdr- whether tha ?J:rri T2.-ii: .. ". U1.MW" ": HiVluu rin-na . !. fi ;:i:::::r. Press jww: of ?r jk::-::' :ri t - . And " ;r?'Maw"--iw -m with .V'nw ciinrnaariiiiv j g.vyvWrV. . JJii- ' T We propose fellow-citiftens that a"' 7. T' "V s " ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 19 September 1835

JsL THE (DAH HV Vol. II. Brazoria Saturday September 19 1835; No. 53. .V. m TV aC V &j fW ajl"V mLeTV "lh VbeSE"1. Vm e'n ee-osaeaaaa-h iim. ma i-bhvsb - ii . m. t -seiabm an m i wens' an m i ariar 1 .an ev 1 ar i am H IV it 1 r i i f fel. ffe. 1 1 -! v T- THE REPUBLICAN IS1 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY P. 0. 0&A7. And will be printed every Sat- urday at 5 per anntini if paid tit the end of six months or $7 if not paid until the expi- ration of the year. r iMtf discontinuance -win uc hllowfid excent at the end of 'the year and not then until all arrearages are paid. Advertisements of eight lines-tor-under $1 for the first inser- tion and half tli.it price for each continuance longer ones in proportion No advertise melt will be withdrawn until paid for but will be continued at the expense of the adserji- SAN JACINTO RESOLUTIONS) At a meeting 0f the Citizens of San Jacinto hfld pursuant to a nrtire on 'Saturday 8th Bay of August 1So5 to confer upon the present situation ol public ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 19 September 1835

S tiers web bottnda n3 hand feet. "The republican party has gained a laslingtriumphevor-their opponents whose aim was to 'destroy the present form of government; and who were the natural eaemiesofthe republican North vAmerican" Inthe preceding extract it is clear. jy to bo deduced that he(the Judge) re. jotces at Col. Austin's being bound hand - and foot -and the simile he makes use of is veryappropriate so' far as regards Col.vAustinVbemg caugbt-m-a "fpt cderts-toeb" the-net was not woven s by himself for lhe.pcopie of Texas or 'for i Mr.tChambers or any of his colleagues Ttacsorvices this -great -aud good man has 'done fir Texas are amply suf. hcient to refute this inriuoons. ana un- fair insinuationand any man who 'is " well acquainted with both knows well - that Chambers has ever been too-insignificant for Col. Austin to take anyno- .tice of him. Hut I beg pardoti for this natural degression my aim is only to call the attention of the people to one v sjmple fact and that is Cham...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 19 September 1835

h W 1 4 1 IV. and especially the'ministers of relations anil war expressedjherhselves in the same irmnner. Theie declarations af- ford another and more urgent necessity fcr a general consultation of all Texas "piri'order to inform the general Govern i mint and especially Gen. Santana what Tkindofan organization will suit the education habits and situation of this Dtioiilc. It is also proper for me to state "that ( !1I mv ronvenalion with the Prnsi. ' i ia all my conversation with the Prosi- Jent and ministers and men of influ- ence I advised that no troops should he sent to Texas and no cruisers along J h nnnil. I travo if fis mv rffilfrl opinion that the inevitable consequence if sending an armed force to this coun. tiy would i.c war. I stated that there j was a sound and correct moral nnnci- le in the people of Texan that was ! abundantly sufficient t retain or put down all turbulent or seditious move. mchit: but that this moral principle' mold not. and . would not unite wi:li nv ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 19 September 1835

')! -?C--ys; THE FIRST. GRAVE. ir Miss E. Longdon. -JLsingle grave! the -only ono In this unbroken ground "Whfere yet the garden leaf& flower Are-lingering aromd. A single grave! my'heartTias felt How utterly alone 3Xn crowded halls -where breathed -for me Not one familiar tne; "The shades whn forest' trees shut out Ail but the distant sky; I've felt the loneliness of night When the dark winds passed by; Mv pulse has quickened with its awe My lip has gasped for breath; -But what were they t such as this The solitude of death? A single grave! wehalf forget How sunder humanities "When round tbe silent place of rest A gathered kindred lies. "We staTid beneath the haunted yew And watch each-quiet tomb; And in the ancient churchyard feel Solemnity not gloom. The place is purified -with hop The Iiokp that is ot nrayer: -And human love and heavenward.! thought And pious faith are there. Th wild flowers snnnc amid grass And many a stone appears Carved by afiecnon's memory Wet witli affe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 26 September 1835

THE I- "" L' i Vol II. Brazoria Saturday September 26 1835 No.54. -sn i 'V&.R.ML&: 1 THE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY F. O. GRAY . j And will be printed every Sat- urday at $5 per annum if paid t the end of six mouths or ;$7 if not paid until the expi- ttonol me year. io discontinuance will be tallowed except at the end of (the year and not then until I1 arrearages are paid. Advertisements of twelve lines mr under 51 lor tne 111st mscr tioa and half that price for -ch continuance longer ones 4n proportion No advertise neat will be withdrawn until - paid for but will be continued t tjie expense of the advertiser ftjTMl coiuinunicntiou; of prrs.HMl mitiiro ailTt chargral for the ioo as advertise-Ventt. THK AFFAIRS OF TEXAS No 2. T JAMES B. MILLER Esq. Po. Ikical Cnnji' of the Department of Bra Sot As the highest political officer ef the-Denartment. vour public ao! are liable at all times to the strictest 'srutiny: -and in times like tht present kit the prerogative of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 26 September 1835

lift V-ill.l ViikS foil I . i'n.. t'r-. . u lit . i . - ; ' "-n-- gross aiatTknowattspoiwoiusira- mon.uurt3iei.uiu .-.-- - - Icallin' upon us so louaiy urging us re volutn.is ot .I xico. has noticed aH cisni bv which 'a cerli" number of io- ped for battle and that cue h muiiici. "'"j -at ilw ke the field. We can except wo wmch perhaps are tho sole dividua'ls designated by himself were polity furnish twenty five volunteers to ' 1( tienume ol'tfour coimtry. causes of the unsettled ond.tion o expeI0lj frotathe republic; and did he rendezvous at Washington on Iho '''j. nume 0f your wives and clu. that uahUPliy country;I allude of course not afterwards dissolve tho same con- of October next then and there to b I m Ul0 ume of every thing ilmi to thxf standing anny and the 'Clergy. pteM eat havinir OM. that verv law? subject to the orders of the conven- ;";' . - LBBK. 'Ciu :...-. r -.rf.j v.r..;r...o .i " . . o. . - . - .. - . i icut .-j i ...... iui .3 w iimou ui .MUuj uuu ... j. nol cast...

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