State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 46, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 22, 1861 Page: 3 of 4

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the revolt
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ham. oí Tesa , Hon. Neil S. Brown, A. L,
Sp ~K Hon. ft D. Cheatham. m
ü-^. aww m^wmfrn
ficulties which b S environed Texas in break-
...... .. -'■■mée^íüsm of Lincoln. He i
j Were compelled to rfcé op in
of thrir State Executive and " proclaim their
independence, mena«d « they werecontM~J
Was
of others:
Wave over those
Hon. F.
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ft dm the
m
last week. It « not
great obfccfc they will now have
will be, to prevent cotton froa. bcii
exported from Ameiica. Sut whet ww it
Which paralyzed all our efforts toward our
end? Whet was it whv^hseosapelled our
cruisers to look on, inaettve* while jareis
hooting across «ir bows 1 it was that
*y claimed for that
■«¡gra f ?B'ftt--«$ ngied banner.
Antonio, JauJ, ISO.
viarfííw
fcfljN
f a* spaw ,HL|«^T _
J taaaWr Sioek of Staple a*<51 .... _ .
A lar^e an4 good SMortmeni oí " *
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to
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. th.#sheíwíMtid yePmm . 1
exhibit tbé spirit of hermms and
ranks of the Confederate army, fey resistance
¡fii'&e: most unwarrantable éáMM' I
knew marine mast to
thar-wetdOT thé áaho of these 1
i Éf-^ení' w*Fr4wB! fea^e been f
vedseis which MBM
Confederate Stfttes ha'
p 0W$Ek- WL-
steamersof the Uih.^, ,—
obedience to the law their own gov-
has in other cases enforce4,^'ow them to
paaag^ TLeir bp^may be foil of warlike
gam, now^beuig bought Jp^tiyerpool, but
if the tfi-eolor |1ÉÍ|Í wizen^
„ ..„ Minnesota 'canm>t toe a shot to briiig one iif
the Blae Ridge and itose vessels to, at sea, withoetperil of a war
_ ..m «f■ .¡>1, ■ T ¡w imcmni li.co Bva<l tK):
with France. í The ^BMíHeaBí Jutveaxedthi
loose ««I
Tama
sentiment: f^n the xnorning
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grave of Jackson will
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for so important* trust, No ene who feiows
t of a sccond resistance to
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N We alhi(
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s abo báng east
jsMfMI
Lead of horses. The .information w*«
Mr. H.
j| bury, of Cora, who « «ul to be * perfectly
atico, many.
reliable gentícmaaÉ^ Cu e
mocasín. _ _ _ ;Bp|BMWp||^M
, they wero niado fey-only two Indians.
which the North migii
obtain from their po ~
navy. '
:rda?Vto 8ie 8 ÍÉfiÉ
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wisdom which
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anybody,
■p.May/
of the ClarksvBle
, the last gMl
selves with k small oil-silk bag, in which to
the!
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WTiycu
war ,
that; has been committed for sev-
eral years in tfeüai j9- 1 v- .
esol'jte.—Mr. George llotchins, of Con-
cord, New HampeiifcNi, and his aboHtión fd-
■Ka
MMm
W>'
.-«a invasionrfijfte South.
to I7th
Aboet six
if evening, the
oftbeJJi
bpth
the fire,
The i
the Baembersitf - th« 3
, in the m
r bérless acta of
ing among us
"" ' theWpf,
Ue ol law, I want to kiiow it. IT necessary,
. am ready to bavsi'the matter tested in iny
person. And I bow proclaim t^ all who are
" " ^ the freedom of my preés
EH SKf1!
end it; and to defend my property
and perscan,' whilfcl have a, breath of life in
mr*Pdg a droporblood in my reins. ^
m-ifcol?,
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Pity jpigfct ArtiMery Company.
. Qi-gemúed Junt H, 18S1.
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First üeutenftnt«-H, K. Ton Bieberatom,
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tive government of á ¿atioiv WfB . .
¡ted by the foreign secret^y ia* we think,
strictly in point, &«d the doctrine laid down
jq the instructions given to Sir 8trstfe«4.t^iÓ-
íere^^olCtuS' Í^érJth|^Í^rSS
í^e Briiwh -¿véniineirt recognized these
commissions,
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tides that population to be treated as a bel- t&« *wn«
ligerent! 9Mpigbg open
apm the prinraples it reoopxized, Lord John
Haskell and his advise have come to the
td'them
i to San Antonio.
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law of nátioas, therefore, would seem to be
adverse to the Northern States, and favor-
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Marshall, John. State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 46, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 22, 1861, newspaper, June 22, 1861; Austin, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth180116/m1/3/ocr/: accessed June 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.

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