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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 November 1851

s iBonnxn 106 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 22 Iff Si n w If qBMm ImrT I H1U1 "HWllIU U Hi .dividual K3M19 i Fat r THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE Kail Road Convention. Thin body asjembled in this city on Monclny evening lait titid was organized by tliu appointment of tho Hun. J 01 W Dancy of Fuyntlc county as t'roiiilent nml tr. Lticim C. Cloptnti of Smith county Senratnry. The Contrition beinx regulnrly organized tlio members of tlio two Himhcs of the Logiilnturo ntul citi- 7cn present from tlio variniw purn of ttm Statu not momborrof tlio Convention were invitcrl to take onU and pnrticipato in In dnlibonttiniM. Our engagements have boon such us to proven! o'tr uttendnnco upon tlio sittings nrs- V. . W. WII.P.V 1M r.-7 -... ... Vi ftrlnnnti. !n ilnlv mitlinrizpil of tlio Convention: but wo undontnnd in nroceediujM Imvo boon chanicteri.cd m n ' '"" "i' '"I'l ' . ' 1 v f tl . . . H. P. BREWSTER Edttor:--J. W HAMPTON Asoociato Editor. 4'''''''V).('fcW1 Oity of Anslin November 22 1851 pgent for tho Tt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 November 1851

7MnjMUMllimiM.tLJtU.JkMM Hfl 1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 10 ff f nntmvtrtaumutmimninKi the safe'.y of both and us a large amount of goods were eensumed a portion of which had not found their way to that place through the regular ordeal of the custom-house my interest omitting my abhor- ence of such a mode of warfare would have restrained me from this incendiary course. It was the work of the enemy and on their heads be the responsibility. The imputation that either I or the men under my command have desecrated the American Hag would excite my indignation were it not beneath my contempt. I love and honor that flag for it is the harbinger of liberty to the world ; and I have many men under my command who have fought and bled in upholding it and who are cjuitu as ready" as you are or the President of the United States to oirer their heart's bjood in shielding it from dishonor. The charge sir is unworthy of you as it is unmerited by those against whom you make it I despise the authors I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 November 1851

imuMwinHMiuuMiii TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 22 nil "' if w K i m WhtoM 1'08 I - f . 2 Souxll) legislature of cjea0- I ' MIIi. .. ' ............. . W .' t. .. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Austin Friday November 7 1851. '' "Mr. Fields submitted the petition of M. D. Thompson pray- ?ing for relief referred to the committee on Private Land i i U)K 'Churns. "M Mng r for McFurland submitted the petition of W. B. Pri r relief- referred to tho committee on Privi ice pruy- ivuto Land -1 Claims. Mr. Johnson submitted tho potition of sundry citizens of Ti- Iub county praying the incorporation of tho town of Danger rlleld referred to tho committeo on County Boundaries. ' Mr. Sims submitted tho petition of nine citizens of Case coun- 'ty. praying that Cass county bo takon in tho eighth Judicial ' 'District referred to tho Judiciary Committee. Mr. Doom submitted tho petition of Claiborn and Ponelope JNewsom praying lor relict reterred to the committeo on rn- vato Land Claims. Mr. Andrews submitte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 November 1851

u 1851. TEXAS STATE GAZEETE. 109 A bill to bo entitled an act to incorporate the Clarksvillo and To tbo Hon. D. 0. Dickson Red .River Company; read a second time; and on motion of Speaker of the House of Representatives: My. Neal referred lo tbe committee on Internal Improvements. Your committee to whom was referred the petition of sundry A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of John Powers of citizens of Denton county praying for tho amendment of an Liberty county ; read a second time. My. Scott moved to act entitled an act to permanently locate the seat of justice of amend by inserting " within twelve months after granting said Denton county ; have given the same such consideration as its patent: motion lost; and on motion of My. JJee tho bill was ' importance demands and have instructed mo to report the fob ordered to be engrossed. I lowing amendment to said act and recommend ite passace : all . . .....'. w A bill to be entitled an act to enable part owners of slaves of whi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 November 1851

'WT'fe 9fl Iff do TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. SB 22 JNOVJfilBj i m .... SENATE. " - AUSTIN) Friday November 7 1851. "'Mr.' John O. Matisebacli Se'iiutor elecled from District No. 22 composed of llio counties of Itaxnr Medina and Comal pre- sented his credentials win qualified and took his sent. ; "Mr. Scott presentee Clio petitions of Sabina Draper and hus- band of Sophia Sunders and of Francis llainsdule which were on motion of Air.' Scott referred to the coinmiiicc on Private Land Claims. . ..- rirrt Mr. Steruo presented the petitions of It. Crawford of John H. iydoof VV. W. iJuiiks of William Gun of Mrs. George S. 'j&Ttle and of tticliard Purmlee assignee of Cecilia Fernaii- dcsjaiid Biiltzar Orset. Referred to the committee on Private Land Claims. iiiAMr Williams presented the petition of Martha J3bbbs. Re- ferred to the committee on Private Land Claims. '-' Mr. Williams presented the petition ol William Grinder. Re- ferred to the committee on State Avoirs. Mr. Truit presented tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 November 1851

1851. TEXAS STATE GAZEETE. 11 LANIJ) AGENCY. JOHN C. ftI'KEANLockliart Caldwell County Texas Ifiastrop Academy. THE Exercises of this Institution will be resumed on the second HAVING been engaged for the last twenty year.- in Locating Buying and rrSN. ftTJ m beinbcr nrul connue A weny "ceKN ai Inc 0'- S lling LACsDS In the various counties ol Texas has concluded to devote MUati-30WIlo Rates: his WHOLE ATTENTION to the biuiness; From his extensive acquaintance' . n Willi lln- tifiinli' ill litis siiiiM nn.l uU.i ..I' ll.. Smioj i.f 'I1.!!.... A l.la..n uiwl I Mt(CVlC)U(irt LiaSI 1 UU Mississippi together with his ceneral knowledce ol ihc inmU ihiii'iiehoiitTexiis. I Historv. Geosravhv. Grammar and Arithmetic. 15 00 i .. '. ' . . . " - o . ' he (Litters hi instil that he cm be of otnc service to llioic who are desirous cither of BUYING or bELl.ING Lands shinned in this Stale lie offers hiscrvices as General Aacnt lor the tsale and tlie Putehasc of Land. 3T Business confided li him wil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 November 1851

12 ' TEXAS STATE G-AZETTE. NOVEMBER 22. r m to AUCTION" &AL.E. TO EMIGRANTS fAND CAPITALISTS. LaxgCiStik of Valuable Lands Cuttle Horses Sheep J-c. cjc. I )VILL commence Helling on tlio 1st day of Mny 1852 nnd continue to sell i until the cntiro catalogue is disposed of to the highest bidder without re- crve tj10 following property consisting of farmi town toit fioutti hortei cat' ittt merchandize etc. etc. . 300)000 acres ol Intitl in sections half-sect ions and quarter-sections iul eighty-acre lots fronting on Corpus Chrisil Rny Nueces Bay and Nueces River to bo sold to suit nutchasora. " 1500 town lots hi Corpus Cliristi improved and unimproved. 400 town lots in Nueces town. 12000 head of horned cattle. 1500 head of stock horses marcs etc. 400 mules American and Mexican. 150 wagons nnd carts. "'2000 head of sheep. .7 150 Jacks and Jennies of the very best selection. V' 25 or 30 full-blooded American stallions and mares. tA large rnmntity of wngou and plough harness ploughs an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 November 1851

iwr ip vt' ''" m iiaugw Mtywwftw y ? w iK-iritAi'ySH" 'jhc.1 - -p - ammimm mr u nm wwi ijiMNMWMMMWMiBfcw.wiiiww ' l i r BPBbsSP8 1 x - 1111 I ' ' VOL. III. AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29 1851. NO: 15 I TUB TEXAS STATE GAZETTE PUBLISHED (and circulattd in every County in the State) WEEKLY BY CUSIINEY & HAMPTON Slate Printers. Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume cf fillv-twrViinmbers if paid In advance or within one month from the time of subscribing or Four Dollars if not lints p.i id in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square of seven lines or less for the first in.-tcrtiun and Ally cents lor each continuance. One-half these charges1 will be made to those who aUverti.su by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. UUsincss uarua 01 not more man one square win oe insencu lor icii uouais per annum. Announcements of Candidates for Office and all political personal and busi- ness Communications promotive of individual int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 November 1851

ESffiH R?T5iSr-5agr?? - .it S ft- at 114 TEXiS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 29 TOT. TIYW STATE GAOTITZ j"" X'XXlJ XJ-JixilU lU'lilJLJLJ vJULJJLJ 1 1. r R' f in 7 -77 " ty 01 rn H. P. BREWSTER Editor: T. W. HAMPTON Associate Editor. OT ' 'J . ' M j n L '''T ...... . iJ i.i mm m mi 1 jm jaac Cijyof Austin November & 185$ I -iii.. . ar'"JOSEPH "ifAltltELti is an authorized traveling agent for the Ttxas 8latc Gazelle in tlio Stato of Texas . ' . ' it .u' . -. Qy To tlio exclusion of much other tnntter of interest we publish at length tho Ilcnort of the Auditor and Comptroller on the Public Debt of the Stato. It wdl bo found a deeply interesting document. K? On Mondny morning lait wb had a very piercing illustration of tho ill effects or tho presenco of bnd company to wit : northern principles in a south- ern climo. Tho morning opened with a brisk snow one that would have boon creditable at tho date in tho regions of the Blue Ridgo But as it was rathor an unexpected as it was a decidedly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 November 1851

1841. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 115 RECAPITULATION. OSrKNSIIlI.K AMOUNT PAlt VALUE Amount of 1st Class $3587132.02. . . .$-5817321.04 " 2nd 9(52445.12 892707.03 97075.10 97075.10 3rd Totals $9047253.14. . ..$4807704.37 From the foregoing statement it will bo perceived that the ontiro amount of claims filed including interest on all liabilities stipulated to bear interest amounts to nine millions six hundred and forty seven thousand two hundred and fifty-three dollars fourteen cents ; and according to the value wo have assigned them they were worth to the Government four millions eight hundred and seven thousand seven hundred and sixty four dol- lars thirty-seven cents. As nothing has occurred since our report of 27th December 1849 to induce a change in our opinions respecting the rtde which governed us in assigning an equivalent value to each class of liabdities filed wo will repeat the substance of the remarks in said report as the reasons which guided us in the discharge of that part o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 November 1851

IrHlHmEmi sfsa ."it TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 29. 1 IVf ; il f . FOURTH LBUIBLATUBE. Jfl'HJMt i i 'tlniou '"' Abstract of Proceedings. MMi'n SENATE. f ji-i!' . Tuesday Novcmbor 11 1851. Mr. Hill presented the memorial of sundry citizens of Free- "Stono countv : referred to the committee on the Judiciary. Mr. Armstrong presented tho petition of Nolson Moroy pray- ing for land : referred to tho committee on Private Land Claims. JMr. Grimes presented the memorial of tho Rev. Daniel Baker "agent of Austin college: read and on motion of Mr. Grimes jreferrod to tho committee on Education. '"Mr. Duggan introduced a bill to provido an additional fund Tor the establishment of a system of public schools throughout tho State of Texas : read first time. M ITovf inftvwliiivwl n liill tn nmonfl t.lin fourth Rnntinn n? mi act for the relief of the citizens of Mercer's colony ; read first time. Mr. Merriman introduced a bill to provido for tho service of "process issuing from Justices Courts in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 November 1851

i if 1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. til 1818 ; rend second time and on motion of Mr. Taylor referred to the committee on the Judiciary. The following bills from the House were severally read first time to wit : A bill to admit Itoger Q. Mills to practise law in the courts of this State. A bill to make valid the use of certain seals of the officers of the county court of Galveston county. A bill making an appropriation for the per diem pay and mileage of the members of the Fourth Legislature of Texas con- vened November 3 1851. A bill for the relief of certain persons therein named; read third time and on motion Mr. Davis laid on the tablo until Thursday the 20th inst. A bill authorizing the county court of Cameron county to lovy a special tax for two years; read third time and passed. A bill to incorporate the town of Jasper ; read third time and passed. A bill to authorize the Commissioner of the General Land Office to issue patents on land certificates issued by Or by or- der of'tho s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 November 1851

-T118 vvwmrt'f vr" - iw rtr'-. ' TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 29 4) I n with tho report of the committee on the Judiciary wus rend nnd fbill ordered to bo engrossed. A bill to require the returu.of field notes in ccrinin cases with the report of the committee on Slnto Affairs offering ' ameiid- jinetits thereto was reud ; and on motion of Mr. Taylor laid on tho tohlu. A bill for the relief of Ambrose Hillburn. Mr. Davis moved oto lay tho bill on tho table lost. On moiion l Mr. Hurt the bill was amended by striking out the words ' which may be issued in two certificates." The bill was then ordered to bo engrossed. Tho report of the conimitico on tho Judiciary on a bill to le- galize certain records of the county court of Lamar county of ferine amendments thereto was reud ; report udopted uud bill or- dered to be engrossed. u Tho renoh of thecomtnilteoon Slate Affairs on the petition of Paul G. Swift was read and adopted. The resolution of tho Senate requesting the committee on Print...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 November 1851

mKnmmmmmmmm 'SS &i i v irntiniWMmMMMjt 1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. Til 1'19 FALL AND WINTER OIS. Pecan Street Austin Texas. SAMPS0N&7irEVRIGKS HAVE now in store nml nro ilnily recoivinjr from the northern rind eastern cities n large supply of FALL and WINTER GOODS of every descrip- tion which in addition to their former stock renders theirs a very desirable no to select from. Among them muy bo found Staple and A'ancy Bfiry-Goods Tiz": Blankets kerseys Kentucky jenns. sattinots blenched nil brown domes- tics culicocs ginghams delaines and cashmeres dress und bonnet silks satins libons gloves L. C. handkerchief &o. White Mfrcss Goods A full nssortincnt of every description. Clothing X full assortment consisting of dress frock nnd overcoats pantaloons and Tests. Gsntlcmen will And it to their ndvantngo to examine our stock pre- Tious to purchasing ns they have been manulaeturcd under our own supervis- ion expressly for this tnurket. Boots and Shoes Hats Caps and Bonnets ; HO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 November 1851

5M TT TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 29 It. IKS Lt U 1 in B h h I IS MB m AUCTION &AL.JB. TO EMIGRANTS AND CAPITALISTS. yLargc Sale of Valuable Lands Cattle Horses Sheep J-c (J-c. 1" Wlf.L commence soiling on tho tat tiny of Miiy 1852 and coniintto to toll I until tlio ontiro catalogue is disposed of to tliu highest bidder without re- iatjri jlio following property -consisting of farms town lots houses horttt cat- ttttntfchnndhc ts ite. l 8U0(H)y acres of land in sections hnlf-pecliona mid quarter-sections )nd oiglity-Hcro lots fronting on Corpus Christ! Bny Nueces" Hay und Nueces IVUI W UV OUIU IU PUIl JlUibllUDUIBa v town lots in L-orpus Uhrtsti improvciLanu unnnproved. town Jots in Nuucps town. s 12039 head of horned cattle. 1)590 Head of stock horece marcs etc. 480 mules American and Mexican. -. 159 wugous and carts. 20C head of sliccp. "' lfi Jacks and Jennies!) of the very beat selection. .25 or 39 full-blooded American stallions and mats. A InTgo quantity of wagon and plou...

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

-wKM- !tbDm' mmmvH0&f& Hi 1 1 iiji 70L. III. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 1851. NO. 16 - J- ST ATfil VMKHW Q- A THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE ' PUBLISHED and circulated in every County in ihe-SlaU) WEEKLY' 13 Y CffSHNEY & HAMPTON State Printers. Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume cf n(ly-vo numbers if pa It in advance or within one tnuntli Irom the time of subscribing or Four Dollars if not thus paid in ndvancc. . f ADVERTISING. xYdvertisements will be inserted at One Dollar'ner square oi seven lines or less tor me nisi insertion ana iuty cents ic r oacn continuance.. Oic-half these charges will be made to those who advertiseibylhe yearf with'the nrlvilp?! nt nlianfrinn nnnrlfrlv. " ! Business Cardt. of not mote than one square will be int erfed jbr lenHlollars per annum. -- ' Announcements of Candidates for Office and all nohlicaV. personal and bnsi ness Communications pioinotivc of individual interests wil 1 be- charged as Ad vertisemenls. 'Y ' ah ai . . .1 ..i...

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

OBHHBBSBIHIIHBSIIBBPH III. SE-searsa TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. DEC. 6 122 THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. l. P. BREWSTER Editor:J. W. HAMPTON Associate Editon ..vv ai r City of Austin December 0 185K . J3r JOSEPH HAIir.ELL is nn authorized traveling agent for tho ZYxa State Gazette in tho Stnto of Texas t .- t '. 07 Ourfflcnd of tho Houston .Beacon is informed that tlio endorsement ho uoticos ns having hcen put upon our pnper of tho 22d ult. sent to him was not of tho knowledge or approbation of tho editors of this paper. Wo never knowingly copy any thing from our exchanges without giving tho proper credit nor muko any roihnrks which wo tliink calculated to givo unnecessary offonco to a cotempornry. 'r 07" In a California pnppr of September 1st wo notioo tho death nnnounccd of tho following porsons former residents of this city: Mrs. Sarah Wooldridge wifo of Mr. John R. WooldriUgo on tho 21st August. Mr. William T. Drown aged-U years. tC7" Tho first number of a now paper called tho Colorado Rev...

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

i t wajEjgnwBmgwn i n 'in.mi JLagBpacufla3uufljtti 1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. m i i 4 If f i I k . A 7T a i m j .. .. V )0PH'ul?Jr mrl and disposition of a portion We do not believe that ingratitude fnlse accusation calumny or of the indemnity dm the State of Texas by the United States for j misrepresentations constitute any of the items in the Aobt Texas owes w.w . y . ttr mmvin tvcsiem l crnwrt to Alcssrs. Schott !c W h t.vr li.it. slfnul.l it 1m nt mrw .. .lm.i. 7 CI.... J" . . . -V " '-' "uiv rfer c 2rovishns of an Act of Congress approved September Sikjtion 1 . JSe it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas That it is hereby made the duty of the Comptrollerof Public Ac- counts of the State to proceed to the city of Washington District of Columbia and receive from the Secretary of the Treasury or other proper authority of the Government of the United States the live millions of stock which the State of Texas became in immediate pos- eossiou of by her acceptance of the p...

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

mMmmmmmmmmmm . &' . r-' ' . v. fl" " yyMpniwsyyt TEXAS STAfE GAZETTE. DEO. 6 lOwniiiwiVnn W-' Si'.. :-i):v!?1'rf fl0' '! SENATE. - . Pimm November 21 1851. '"QWSbimto was called to order "by the President pursuant to sdjouramenfc--prnycr by the Roy. Mr. Baggcrly roll called 'quorum present. ' Absentees Messrs. Doane Dancy Kinuoy Sterne and Wilson. ' The founfal of yesterday was read and adopted. Mr. Armstrong presented the petition of sundry citizens of ."Williamson county in rolation to eleven league claims in Robertson's colony &c; referred to thocommitteo on the Ju- diciary. . ' Mr. Truit presented the petition of R. T. Hughs praying for a grant of land ; referred to the committoo on Private Land Claims. 'Mr. Bigclow presented tho memorial of James Holford a citizen of Great Britian praying payment of a certain claim ; road and referred to the committee on the Public Dobt. Mr.'Wilson presented the petition of John Weigol Adam 'Kuhn and. Hermann Frols praying for grants of...

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

lv. tMnmuiuniLiimimiii n fluim iniimim L851.' TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. t m I rolled instruct mo to report the sumo to the House and re- commend thnt the same be signed by the Speaker. Report received. Mr. Cannon offered the following resolution which was adop- ted : Resolved That the committee on Public Buildings report to the House a draft or plan with exemplifications in writing for a State Capitol together with an estimate of tho probable cost of such building at as early a day as practicable Mr. Cannon offered thofollowing preamble and resolution: Whereas it has been pretty satisfactorily arcertainod that un- der the present law if carried into effect a surplus amount- ing to four millions of dollars and upwards will remain of tho ten millions due from the United States to tho State of Tex- as after paying to our creditors what is justly due and ow- ing to them ; bo it therefore Resolved That the committee on State Affairs oncpiire in- to the expediency of vesting and if deemed prac...

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