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Vol. 8. No. 29.
DALLAS DALLAS COUNTY. TEXAS JANUARY 18 1800.
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tlf The Guetle contains a brief ri.i' of thw1 lntl unn r fielder that about CO .Mctl.au w. ."J
administrative policy aiu arts of Guy. BuunehiJ
I? f mi . . i It t presumed thtt the arid -ry did not f-'l
expressed lit a clear uml fontl lU Tl.o i. . .. ; .. . .1 i. .: i i
. THE DALLAS HERALD
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lia liaa Ih'pii lucj. A Ji'-iuix-iat uf iIip itmtti'ct
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TO MRS. GtJESa.
WRITTEN ITOX TUB HEATH II IIKR INPAN.1T CHILI).
1IY II. lit A K.
Tie blupoin'a nipped I Hut 0I1 liy mourn
Its curly frncriiiicn now ?
Or lot thy licnrt villi prief lo ti ni
Ami nmrk thy triuk-r hruw ?
No ! no Dear Mother never let
Thy nnpiiiflied honrt bo riv'n
But mny thy piuwion e'er furptet
All save thy child ill llcav'n.
Yea ! yea Sweet Mother let thy heart
Uo chmiRed frmn dreuuis so wild !
Ami though on vnrili we hero must part
Yet thou bluilt mei't thy child.
Then trust lo God who ne'er deuics
Tho .tgeo Unit's to him piv'n.
Or ever shuns a Mother's cries
When sent to him in llcav'n.
Oh yes ! Fond Muthor raiso thine eyo
And look with hupefui soul
To yon bright climo that hcurs (he cry
Of Mother's love untold.
Then do I wish that nil thy dreams
Were centered Heav'nwnrd bright
And then perchance some star that gleams
Would to thy mtant light.
I'bi.h of I.! f.:rt-pi T'lev.-a.
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tlV.''' . !iili a wiman l!t isa l..nJinaid ' ;
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law of 'I unit if hi .
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p loviiiuiiii.in ni inn hi i in i ii n i in p i.ie luri . ii mi inu iiri hi 'niii.'i nun. I r il l I r i ii i
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l.l li w.i. and still i. (l. i.. iir..e.od.) tl.o 1 1 For lo liad putsi)tl or lloi ksian I i.ohs.-s. I ' . ' I 1 1 . ".
.liti.H jM.liti-ul omstitiiti. ..r tin world.- m of Imrds. and oreat storo ol H.rvu.it ; and 1. t. id. t ." V" '
.m l Uo w'rld take. step l... kw.ir U F.r AlMl'llw I'liiliHti.. onid him. I " ' '. 'I""' ''' V'' n' ' u""
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" i-n 'iii.uHini: -i;ii-'a in i" ii . i .1 n till imn iiiiivr.
Wj iiiako the follow in"; extracts from the Miito
(i.i7.ftti In rt-f rence to his aliilitici and hi; ad-
! tlio year ol" juli.
tli.it ronlliclH with tho .Moor wro of il.iilv
r.irr' c ia u.lil.'J tii.it tlio lurfes n!
ixmiarda lutva been wry seven'
'V!n.n Ml. .11. Il.nf ll.fl il.vmmAnl. ui.:.i. I... ! iVhiiks iinthb IJntnt.il I'm't.-Tho v 11 !l
tiuinbi-r uf wrecks on tl:n JlritWi ruast th rii.
the iu of (lolu'ier nil. I N'oiemlinr wits i
a l.irer nuiiiher th in h.n ever been r.n1 rd d i
tl.o Hiiuo hi ui. of tin in luTori'. 'l iio Ihf i.f
property nnd of life is uli inurli greater :!iati
over beliiro known.
Tin: Kvi'i niTiov to China. There had In n fur-.
true lil..od:d whito skinned liht haired inlel
liy ..t f. .-(!. mi liU'rly loving Ameriean peuplo. i I'J And L ine's svrvanta die.'d in the alley
Tl.i.n il. siriniiie nliliorr-nt. duiiiiuiM.' intermit. and found there a well of springing water
lure nf th" races is ever slowly eiinun at tho And ho Imil.l. d nn alter them and failed
N. nit uhito wo. nc. i marrying I lack neru iiicu ' upon the nui.io of tho lird and pitched his lent
mid I . i .'imi j llicra : and there lna.to's servants dhnd a well.
Tlio white p.sij in aril overwlieliuinly naval- ( .'!- And it calnu In puss the same day that
mimt uuicii..illy h 'lii'ver in tlm rovalcd w'ord Isaac's nerval. U c.ime nnd tul.l him concerning
of toi.l in contuiiie I in tl.o Old und New Testa-j tl.o well which they had digged and said unto
i.ciit ; Not on. S.iiilliern mnn in a thiiiisaml is him W'a l.avo found water
mi iiili li l. nut ono wi'iuan ((iod bless t.iir noble ( inr. ... And tho man incrcaFeil cxeeu.ling-
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il...- .1 . a ..r I.-. . .t. i. ... i.. lo : i I to'ii'icii .-..ii.ii.i t.i wi'iuen.i in ten tiiuusiui'i iv iiiei tuiu iiiucu i-uuie uuu iiiuio-iiLTva.il' nuj
ti. . .. X ..r . h .: .. . . .i . . . iii .'. ... . 'f"1" M i'o.i und Ilit in's lim to tho l!i lirandc ' m in-suivaiits. and camels und iijioh.
ti.cwoikiil prep iratioii lor the ret ol IhecNpe- . . .. i ... . . .. . t i. v-ii i ii i i
... . I . ' . . .1 IM till ltill.1.1 .t in I ... V.ifl I. I n Mil 1 1 1 V w I It I' I I . 4 Ami III .llilliin n.li.i! I lini oil-.
I there: running riot rampart and Unshod will. 1 ing. Thus shall ye speak unto my lord I'.sau ;
siicci.j.'. ij uprooting tho foundations of society. Thy servant Jacob saitli thus 1 have sojourned
Then fir llm men und women of tl.o So. ill. will ! villi Uiban there until now :
accept and ntiidn by Holy Writ nn tl.o slavery : .1 And I ha vo oxen and ursch und thicks und
: fj in s: i.m . That its tciicliii'..s on tl.o subject may men-servants und wonicii-Hcrvauts ; and I have
be placed in convenient form ita luatcriiil suli- sent to tell my Lord that 1 may lind grace in
Bta.u a condensed and yet allcrd a ready rcfetencc thy sight.
to the whiih' text I herewith I lueo at your lis-l And he rose up that night and took hi two
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uuorru mii -Ku.'iiiniiiiK-iit oi i 111 vLTsiiy ' . - i- . i HookH. rtinii in" from I Icncsis t tl.o 1st opts- on sons ami piiss.il over tl.e torn lamiok.
and under his administration n hill to establish I Aclio preparat. s uro on Hint ut Tans for . ( tfti.r hwMo MWxvt in ..ris-1 I'n.M'. xssix 1 And .Wepl was brought down
onowaapaed. It is to bo hoped that an insti. I io iipproacliiiig l-.tiropcan (. .nigresa. tianitv (not however it prnfrssor of religion) to l'.gvpt and J'otii.har an oilier of i'haraoli
.u.ioii. n tiu i puui i'l ui iiLLor iniiM lie rinr ill no. - i ...
ei.mniited fioni his pen. nink him asonenmnng
the first political writers nf his tiny wo do hii.i
simpln jiistico. .MDilest in his ilepnrtii.ent aii'l ;
loving retirement tl.o vigorous i.tmlitics of his i
js-n vvern known to hut lew and when they up-
peureil iu his Messages the envious and uiiscru-
ji'iilous opponent imputed his productions to conic;
: ono else. Never has greater injustice lieon done1
I to ft Stil I A Kreeiitiin l.tul.uiil i.f IT.... I...I '
authors contributing to his aid ho nib'ht well "''" "'"'' "" Wltl1 uccustoincd en-
liavc aided them in tho chuico of both lang.i.ig.. I "'I'"1 1'" "!'! I''4I!'''-1'- .
and nrgument on every euhject which ho Ims' . 1 Ilc I1'""1"1' '"'vennnciit hi.s nppomt.-d Sr II.
discussed " j t'runt to tho nmimund of the expedition toll.i-
. ... I mi. ami lie lias u.-icj t.- tho appuintiuciit.
"A gonuiuo friend or education ho has sought ! 'fln ('r''nt I-11"''1'1' tl'iiinship Company I ave
to iwl'ot't tho Cntnmnn School system nnd we be. 1 sHceei-h. in negotiating a loan ol' XdO.tHUi to
lievo that now is tho only time that it has ever j ''""'I'1 tho directors to .plelo tho criiipii. 'iit.-)
bean siiceessfiillv carried" out in Te.xa. Ho lias "' steamer nnd lini.di the cahin und orna-
?everal ol tl.o r
oration ono abundantly provided for with re. ! m! """"y .unveil ami otn-rs are ruuh.
sources hv tho .Slate nnd well calculated to lay ! '-Aii.it Fin.n I'ikk's I'kak. .iat:.mnirlli Dec
the ground-work of a ciitiiplcto education fur our' 110 '''I'"'" I'cnlc express. Inuu Denver City
youth without the ncee.Mity ol going .North to
ty Senator Soward of Now York arrived at
New York on tlio Stenm Ship Arago from Ilavro
on tho 20th ult. Ho was received by his politic-
al friends with a salute of 100 guns.
Senator Douglas is rapidly recovering from
his Into serious indisposition nnd now able on
tho 27th to bo out but not to tnko his sent in
the Sonato. It is said that ho 1ms given up his
contemplated trip to Florida.
Ey From tho Trinity Advocate wo loam that
the eitizons of Anderson county held u meeting
on Friday 30th Deo. to take into consideration
the abolition and incendiary publications and
their itinerant vendors and emissaries in this
country. The citizens met and after passing
tho most patriotic resolutions collected from tho
Book Storo such publications as were considered
incendiary in their character and thcro burned
them in tho preeenco or a large crowd. The au-
thors of these documents would have fared badly
had they been caught thereabouts. Tho Mor.
chants in Palestine wero honorably acquitted of
nil intention tt circulate tho offensivo publica-
tions. Many of tho most prominent citizens of
the county participated in the proceedings and
among them many well known in Dallas John
E. Cravens A. E. McCIuro Gooch Jowers
Quarles Jackson and others.
The meeting particularly denounced tho pub-
lishing houses of Thatcher & Hutchinson White-
more Nilcs & Hall Boston ; Barnes & Co. New
York ns unworthy the patronage of Southern
Vigilance committees wero appointed ju each
. beat and evory 'means ..adoptod - to preserve the
peace and harmony of tho county. These things
were dono-' in tho open day by true Southern
. men that some might denominate fire-cater and
ultratsts; but nevertheless they have dono their
bo indoctrinated in a falxn political and moral
philosophy will ho located under the present administration."
Committees of tho IT. S. Senate.
The following are the committees of tho U. S.
Senate for the present session complete :
On Foreign Relations. Messrs' Mason T)ou
las Slidell Polk Crittenden Seward and Sumner.
On Finance. Messrs. Hunter Poarco Gwin
Briclit Ilummond Fcssendcn nnd Unmoron
On Commerce. Messrs Clay Bigler Toombs.
Clingman Saulsbury Hamlin and Chandler.
On Military Affairs. Messrs. Davis .Fitzpat-
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TICK (JOI.llHUUUi JllitulJSIlo Vlicntnui jjitnu il-
. ion and Kine.
On Naval Affairs. Messrs. Mallory Thomson
Slidell. Hammond Nicholson Hale and Anthony.
On. Judiciary. Messrs. Baynrd Pugh Benja.
min Green Powell Trumbull and Foster.
On Poiti Offices. Messrs. Yulce Gwin Tiice
Bright Wigfall Hale and Duon.'
On Public Lands. Messrs. Johnson of Arkan
sae Johnson of Tennessee Lane Pugh narlnn
Bragg and bingham.
On Private Land Claims. Messrs. Benjamin
Polk Wigfall Grimes and Ten Eyck.
On Indian Affairs-. Messrs. Sebastian Fitch
Kice Haun Hemphill Doolittlt and Llark
On Pensions. Messrs Thomson Saulsbury
Clay Powell Durkce Harlan ana uriineo.
On Revolutionary Claims. Messrs. Crittenden
' Toombs Nicholson Dnrkee and Ten Hyck.
On Claims. Messrs. Irerson Mallory Bragg
Simmons and Foot.
On th District of Columbia. Messrs. Brown
Mason Johnson of Tepnesseo Yulee Kennedy
Hamlin and Wilson.
On Pa ens. -Messrs. Bighr Thomson Toombs
Hemphill Simmons and Trumbull.
On Public Jiuildines. Messrs. Bright Davis
Kennedy Clark and Doolittle.
On Territories. Messra. Green Douglas Se-
bastian Fitzpatrick Haun Collamer and Wade.
To Audit Contingent Expenses of the Senate.
Messrs. Johnson of Tennessee Powell and Dizon.
On Printing. Messrs. Fitch Davis and An-
thony. On Engrossed Dills Messrs. Lane Bigler
v and Harlan. " .
On Emrotled Dill Messrs. Haun SauUhory
On the Library. ilessH. Pearee Bayard and
John T. Shanks was tried on Mtsj.Tj for for.
eery and found guilty the jury w three
IcarspanttdiinenHn the penitentiary .XJV. w
liwcuteu by District Attorney a. v. -''
i-a ArAeA hi Messrs. Hanoock & est.-
"But before wednso ourrenmrks wo desire to
call attention to tl.o fact that Gov. I'linnelx was
re-elected to office upon the platform oT tho Waco
Convention and from his entry into office until
tho last moment of h'n career ho most faithfully
carried out every pledge that he made. Jlis ene
mies have have only shown their own dereliction
to tho South and a desiro to lend a eympathiMing
aid to his enemies at tho North outsido of tl.e
Democratic party by charging him with vlriinn.
It the principles of the Waco platform or tlio plat
form adopted at Houston uro iiHruism then the
chargo is truo. If not then in every document
w hich has emanated from his hunils whn'Jier in
his Inaugural his hant-ns Mess.ign or his Vale-
dictory lie has but sustained what the party ilsolf
has undertaken to sustain and pledged itself to
curry out. Tho Kansas Message which elicited
the lent ol a portion ol tl.o supporters ol tho
present F.xccutivo in tl.e last canvass went no
further than tho Union Georgia platform of lSoll;
and this fact shows how important it ia that the
Democratic parly should preserve its organiza-
tion. But for it we this day might have tv Fro-
moot party in Texas. But lor it wo may yet
havo a still more dangerous and incoudinry party
to contend with in 1800. We fuel that Kx-Gov.
Hardin It. Bunnels has dono moro as tho Execu-
tive of Texas to prcservo the Democratic party
than any t redecossor who has ever held tho office.
The storm of parties never raged as violently us
when he entered the race for Lt. Governor. It
met him again in his contest for Governor nnd
with his success tho party became the subject of
assault tiy its old toes who hnully. hy eschewing
all principle nnd allying themselves with Sum
Houston ; hy sympathising with tho Irontior set
tiers in their disaffection with tho existing ad
ministration nnd expressing hyena sympathy
with Mr. Keugan and his friends in the difficulty
in the East they triumphed but tho subsequent
events show that it is a lalse and empty triuniTil
and that all their glittering hopes outside of
6am Houston huvo turned to "ashes on their lips.
Gev. Jtunncls noes into private life witii the love
and affection of his party and with tho plaudits
oi every patriot in too ntate while tho Upposi-
sition are dismembered and broken up."
. From the Kan Antonio Texan Jan Mii.
Latest from RiwusviIIe(
Exeitivg Intelligence Sirti Mexicans Killed
Fourteen Rangers Wounded.
Wo understand that nn official report hy Maj.
Heintzleman has been this morning received at
tho Department in this city giving an account of
a fight between the Kogulurs and Voluntoers und
Cortinas nnd his men.
By tho kindness of a friend wo aro enabled to
givo the lollowing particulars :
On the morning of tho "1st ult.. Jfnior Hein
tzleman with his force consisting of loli regulars
nnoi noout -Mi volunteers under Ford Tobin
Tumlinson nnd other Captains left Brownsvillo
in pursuit of Cortinas.
About the 20th they approached Rio Grando
City and learned that Cortinas was in full pos
session ol the place. On tho mormon ol the
27th. on reaching tho neighborhood dipt. Ford
was sent in advance to pass abovo the city eo ns
lias arrive I here iiriuging vlil.lMHI in euld lit
Cont-idcritble excitement prevailed at the millet
owing to the refusal of the miners on the liussej
and Gregory digin to pay tho taxes levied on
them for tlm support of tlm provii-ional govern-
ment. Their resintaiico has produced a tempora-
ry cieilci.i'.nt though not of n serious character.
DKSTri.TTivr. CoMHoitATios in Ntw Yin;;.
A' in Y!; Dec. 2'J. A dreadful conllagration
broke out in this city this morning nnd is now
raging in tho valualih) property l.ound.d by
Gold Fulton and lieekiimn streets all of which
will probably bo consumed. Among the build-
ings already destroyed is the extensive pap.-r
iicii'iuf.ii-t iry of I'ji'uh S" FkM t!tc luaa uf
which alone is i.uinenso.
The weather is intensely oohl and tho hy-
drants are nil frozen up eo that there is but lit-
tle probability of arresting tlio fire till tho whole
block shall he consumed.
Ski-on n Dispatch. jVio York Dec. 2H p. u.
I!y great exertions the firemen havo succeeded
iu mastering tho fire and cmliucd it to six build-
ings on Jlcckman street und four on Ann afreet.
Among the latter was the extensive paper estab
lishment l Gyrus . r lolil nnd two linuicnso
warehouses in tho rear of tlioso buildings.
The loss it ia believed will not exceed $180-
000 which is mostly covered hy insurance.
SricAji.-iiiii" Granada dipt. McGow'an arrived
at this port to-day from New Orleans tho 20th
and Havana tho 23d. In coming up tho bay sho
was very severely out by tho ice and sunk with
two feet of water in her saloon.
Skiond Difi'A-n it. A'nu York Dec. 20. Tho
steamship Granailn came in contact with a lavpe
quantity of heavy floating ice which has almost
gorged the river and interrupted navigation lust
night and was slovo. Tho damage done to tlio
steamer was so serious that sho sunk almost in-
stantly and there are now three feet of water in
her cabin. It is believed that tl.o steamer will
ho raised and soon be ready to make her regular
trips. The cargo is said to bo nearly a total loss
everything below being submerged.
TuHAKt av Loan Bins. Washington Deo. 27.
Tho bids fur tho Treasury loan of ono million
dollars woio opened to day lnosuiu ol iio-
0110 was taken at 5: per cent.: tho remaining
425000 was taken at 0 per cent.
Postmastkr General's Kkihikt. Tho Postmas-
ter General in his Kepurt nsks Congress to givo
express sanction to a specific aontract for tho
conveyance of the mails between Portland (Maine)
and New Orleans or to indicate some way to
close with tho proposals now under advisement.
New York I.eoisi.ati he. Albany Jan. 3. The
New York Legislature meet to day.
Governor Morgan in his message to tho Legis-
lature says that tho State of Now York still
maintains her previous opinions in regard to tho
slavery question ; that her devotion to the Union
is unsurpassed hy any of her Sister States ; that
sho emphatically disavows ull sympathy or coop
eration with those who seek to interfere with tho
institutions of hei sister States North or South.
In refering to tho slavery question in tl.o States
nnd territories Gov. Morgan says that he yields-
cheerful obedience to the doctrine of State sever
eignty having no disposition to ii terfere with
tlio local institutions of other States nnd that
she ia prepared at all times to aid those States
in tho protection of their sovereign power.
ooiTHKiix 1'aciic ItAtl.tiOAii. Memphis Dec.
proud uf licit!. n Sou. her. I i.itiicn. I u-k ill pub-; cantiiiti of tl.e guard an Egvptuin bought him
iieiitioii in the yule Gn.'ette. oil' the Ijhmaclitcs which hud brought him down
CAUCASIAN. J thither.
Cmcfis-l'fiire Christ 2::s ijtnrs. 2 And the Lord was with Joseph and ho was
Chap. IX. 21. And Noah nivoke IVou. his wine ' a prosperous man and ha was in tho house uf
and knew what his younger sen had dene unto him. ! his master tho Fgyptain.
o i And ho said Cursed U Canaan ; a servant Ii And his master saw that tho Lord was with
of servants shall ho he unto his brethren. 1 him and that the Lord made nil that ho did to
2i'i And Im sai l Blessed e the Lord God of prosper in his hand.
She. ii ; tliui Canaan shall bo his servant. J -I And Joseph found gracu in his sight and
27 God shall cu'.a'i'gii Japhcth and ho shall he perved him : und hu made him overseer over
dwell in the tents of Slicm ; and Canaan shall I bin house ami all that he lull he put into his
bo his servant
Cti vp. XII IU And ho Pharaoh en treated Abra-
ham well for her sake; and ho had sheep and
oxen and hn-asses nnd me.i-Fervi.nts and maid-
servants and he-asses and camels.
Our. XIV II And when Abraham heard that
his brethren was taken captive he urmed his
''rained .k remit born in bis own house three
j hundred uu I eighteen and pursued them unto
lo And ho divided himself against them ho
and his servants by night and smoto them and
n.muied them into ilohah which is on the loft
hand of D. nn use. is.
Chap. XVI 1 Now Saria Abram's wife
hare him not children ; and she had an handmaid
an Kgyplian whoso namo was Ihigir.
2 and Sarui paid unto Ahrum I! .hold now tho
Lord hath restrained me from bearing ; I pray
thee go in unto my maid; it may bo that I may
obtain children by her : nnd Abram hearkened to
tho voice of Surui.
8 And Sit rni Abram's wife look Hagar her
maid tho Egyptian after Abram had dwelt ten
years in tl.e land of Caiman and gavo her to her
husband Abram to bo hid wife.
4 And he weutiii unto Hagar and sho con-
ceived ; and when she saw that she had coneuived
17 And sho spake unto him according to these
words caving Tlio Hebrew servant which thou
hast brought unto us came iu unto me to mock
Chap xi.iii 10 And tho moil were afraid because
they wero drought into Joseph's house ; and they
said Because of the money that was returned in
our s cits nt tun .first tune uro wo brought in
that ho inn v seek occasion against us tin
upon us and tnko un lor hond-men and our as-
ses. Chap m.iv Witli whomsoever of tiiy servants
it be found both lot him dio and wo also will be
in v lord's bond-men.
10 And he said Now also let it be according
; to your words : ho with whom it is found shall
dp n.y servant ; ami yo snuu no uiumeiess.
17 And he said God forbid that I should do
so : hut the man in whose hand tho cup is found
he shall be my servant ; and as for you get you
up in peace unto your father.
.13 Now therefore L pray thee let thy servant
abide instead of the lad a bondman to my lord;
unit ion uiu .an go up vviin ins nretnren
41 And then hull ll.l ilct ni t fr.i
he and his children wiili him and i i ' v ;. :
unto his own family and iinlo tho j. oi
his father's shall ho return.
42 For they are tnv mints whii i. I .
; forth out of the land uf Lvpt ; the en
he sold ns bond men.
lo Thou shall n it rul.- out hint i. ii nr
but shall fear thy lied.
It Bah thy bondmen and thy h.ini...
which thou shall h ive. shall b.' uf t' c ! . i .. n
that are round nh.iut you ; of theni (.lull v ;
bnii.ii..ii and h nd iii'i id i.
-l.'i Mor.-over of the children of the t.tr.i - r-
that do sojourn tlio -hit juii of Iheiu s ...I - i -tv.
. and of their fainilies'that are with ' v.
! they beg it in your land und they sh .il t n.r
i And v.s shall t.tk tli-ni in inhc i' l.. i
your obihiren after you to inherit : hem l.u a
possession they shall' be your bondi i In- v.-i
; but over your 'brethr. n ilm children 1 l.r.i. i.
ye shall iut rule one over aiiotlcr with ri
I 47 And if n sojourner or a stranger v v n1.
by thee and thy brother W Jivelht' '.y I no
wax poor und soil himself unto the t r..og : r
sojourner by thee or to the stock of the sir in
ger's family ;
H AuJ that he is soi l ho may be v.. .. .:.
! again one of bin brethren may re.leei
4'J Either his uncle or bis u'nchi's r
deem him or tiny that rs nigh. of kin
or Ins laiii'ly may redeem him ; or if ic I.
he may redeem himself.
! 51) And ho shall reckon with him t'.:: !
I him Irom-'the year that he was sold to I
nie year ol juinleo : and the price "I
shall be according unto the number ol'
cording tu the time if an hired serva l
'1 there I yr-t many years It l.ind. -.
unto them he shall give again tlio pri
reileiiiti'.i.iii out of tin: money that he
62 And if there i-.:nain but fevv yeai
year ol jiUiiiii' then he rhiill count n i ! : ... .
und according unto hi years shall he .... him
1 fill j l'ic liriuu ol his redemption.
...i uuu im iifturiji i. iron servant 'i.i'i n-im
with him ; ntdtlt '(' shall not r ile v. IU;
rigour over him in thy sight.
ol And if hi; bo not redeemed in ; i. i . . -
t ma .'.
:n .-or .''i.l-.;
.' of Ills
out. I III '
; then lit shall go out in the year of pi
! he in I ..I.IM e:.J. J
in. .iiiioji;ii oiLO llllll.
oo for unto me the children of Is:
vauts they are my servants whom I br
out of the land of Egvpt ; 1 urn the
DeutcMumi before Christ Idol yean
tnanl in Herod.'
Chap. V 14. But tho seventh da-
hath ol tho Lord thy God: in il thou
limy work; thou nor thy son nor tin
Chap. .vLvit. I'J Wherefore shall wo din hcl'.ir.i 1 nor thy inan-serr int. nor thv maid
thine eyes both we ami our land ! buy us and j 'I''110 ox nor thine ass nor any of tl
our land for bread nnd wo- and our land will 1.3 '1' stranger that is within thy gate.- ;
servants unto Pharaoh; and give us seed that 1 man-servant and thy i.iaid-servant
her mistress was desiiised in her eves
AAndSarai said unto Abram Mv wrong ho wo may live and nut die that tho hind be not j Wl'" 119 thou.
; 1 have given my maid into thy bosom; desolate. Neitl.e
ilo And they said lhou hast saved our lives :
let us find grace in tlm sight of my lord and wo
will bo Pharaoh's servants.
Chap ii. 7 And Joseph went up to bury his
father ; and with him went up all tho servants of
Pharaoh the elders of his housu and all tho eld-
ers of tho land of Egypt.
Exodus before Christ M'JI years.
Chap xii 4.'5 And tho Lord said unto Moses
nnd Aaron. 'This is tlio ordinance of the passover:
and when she saw that sho had conueived I was j
despised in her eyes: tho Lord judge between
inn and thco.
li But Abram said unto Sarai Behold thy
maid lii in thy hand ; do to her as lb pluasuth
thee. And when Sarai dealt hardly with her
she fled from her faco.
7 And the angel of tlu Lord found hor hy a
water of water in the wilderness hy the foun-
tain in tho way to Shur.
S And ho said Hagar Sarai's maid whonco
earnest thou I and whether wilt thou go ? And
sho said I flee from tho faco of my mistress
0 And the angel of the Lord said unto her
Bcttirn to thy miBtress and submit thyself under
Chap. XVII 12 And ho that is eight days old
shall bo circumcised among you every man child
in your generations ho that is horn in the house
or bought with money of any stranger which is
not of thy seed.
1.1 He that is horn in thy house ana lie that
is bought with thy money must need bo circum-
cised : nnd my covenant shall be in thy flesh for
nil evei llintli' lii'l eiio.il 11
0 In the selr-saino day was Abraham- circum-
cised and Ishmael his son. '
27 And all the men of his house born in tho
house and bought with money of the stranger
wero circumcised with him.
Chap. XX 'A Therefore Abiineleeh roso early
in the morning nnd cvlled his servants und told
all these thingj in their ears; and thd men wero
14 And Ahinielech took sheep nnd oxen und
to intercept tho retreat of Cortinas and ids men. from a kmc stockholder of the I'acilic Builroad.
Other volunteers were ordered to the ritrht of inHiriictinir his no-ent at New Orleans to decline
a uispatcn was lorwaruou irom tins city to-uny men-servants and women-servants and gave
them unto Abraham nnd restored him sarai his
the city to cut off a retreat in that direction.
Ihe regulars pursued the main road to tho city.
At Kingold barracks half a mile below lUo
Grande City Cortinas had stationed a body of
nis men so that ford could not immediately pass
out tl.o latter at once attacked and routed
them capturing two cannons together with all
their baggage ammunition ic
The Mexicans scattered in all directions fnur-
sued by Captain Ford's party) and made a rapid
retreat continuing for about 10 miles to within
a short distance of Roma.
dipt. Ford continued the pursuit as far as lio-
nia 1(3 miles abovo Bio Grande City ; nrriving
there he found that Cortinas with some 50 of
his men wcte concentrated on the other sido of
the river nnd threatening to recross nnd burn
the city. Capt. Ktoneman'a company of reirtilar.
Bico caino initi cojiipiuii mm party oi cortinas
men nnd forced them to cross the river which
they effected by swimming having an of their
men killed while doing so.
Alter leaving liio drandnLity the Mexicans
were so much m-attcred. that at no time was any
considerable force lironght into action.
Cortinas' partv sacked liio Grapde Citv. rob
bing the stores and murdering a number of
Americans. W bile there bi men wero counted
nd thy numbered more than five hundred and
It was a miming fight all the way from Bio
Grunde ity to Beins. Fourteen of "the Itiitig. rs
are stated to have been wounded none said to
an offer for 20000 worth of stock at par
Tho feeling of the stockholders in this city is
very much in favor of holding on to tho stock
licing conlidcnt of a decided advance the moment
Mr. Thompson accepts tho Presidency.
Letters received by President Fowlkeg from
Mr. Thompson have no doubt whatever that Mr.
Thompson will accept.
Mr. Thompson is expected to meet Dr. Fowlkes
Mr. Tuit the Land Commissioner and Mr. Ste-
phenson the general agent of the road at Louis-
ville next week.
Washimito.v Jan. 3. In tho Senate to day
the proceedings ol the union meeting recently
held at Rochester were read nud laid on tl.o ta
Mr. Brown in speaking of the President's
Message disagreed with the President in hi.s
statement that tho question of shivery in the
Territories bad been sttlcd. lie nckimn ledg -d
that the judiciary had done all in their power
but held ibut more ! ji'.sl itiuu w.is liecmsary.
.vic.srs. Ho little i.iiu I'ugti oppose.! any lur-
ther legislation on the subj ct.
in too House to day Mr. li yco concluded his
speech which was interrupted by the adjournment
English charged the Bcpublicans with end--v-oring
to reopen lite Kansas compromise q.t'-stion
for the purpose of acquiring political capital for
the eouiiiig political contest. - .
No-haliot was tuken for Speaker tn-dar in
be kiiied nor is it mentioned wueth;r anv of i consequence of the abscuo of eTi-r.il Leinociat
he repolare were killed or wonnded. Msy-r lie- ic n cmbcrs.
'.v i ft;
17 So Abraham prayed unto God : and God
healed Abimelech nnd his wile and his maid scr
vunts ; and thev bare children.
Chap. XXI 10 Wherefore she (Sarah) said
unto Abraham Cast out this bond woman und
hereon: for tho son of this bond iv wiiin shall
not be heir with my son ovn with Isaac
Chap. XXIV 2 And Abraham said unto his
eldest servant of his bouse that ruled over all
that he had Put 1 pray theo thy hand under my
JO And the servant took ten eani'ds of the
camels of his master and departed ; (thrall tho
goods of his master truciu his hands) und ho
arose and went to Mesopotamia unto tho city of
o.l And there was set meat beforo him to cat :
hut ho said 1 will not cat until I have told my
errand. And ho said Scak on.
34 And he said. 1 am Abraham's servant.
3-5 And .ho Lord hath blessed my lttess.v
greatly and he is become great: nnd he hath
given iiira flocks and heard and silver a!
gold and lueo-si rvunts and niuid-scrvauts und
camels and a.svs.
Chap. XXV 23 And the Lord said unto her
(Kfhurua inquiring of God about her twins Ja-
cob and Esu.i) l o nations are in thy womb and
two manner of people shall b: separated f rom thy
Imw.d. : and the one people f hall he stronger than
the other pejplc ; aud tho U Ji r shall rve the
oil And bsau said to tiaenh 1 fed me I pravi
there shall no stranger cat thereof
44 But every man's servant that is bought of
money when thou hast circumcised him then
shall he cat thereof.
48 A foreigner aud a hired servant shall not
7'ic Command 'mints.
Cuap. xx 10 But the seventh day is tho sah
bath of the Lord thy God : in it thou sliult not
do any work thou nor thy son nor thy daugh-
ter thy miin-scrvunt nor thy stranger that is
within thy gates.
17 Thou shult not covet thy neighbor's house
thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife nor his
nian-Bervants nor his maid-aervunts nor his ox
nor his ass nor nnything that is thy neighbor's
1 Now theso are the judgments which thou
shalt set beforo them.
2 If thou buy an Hebrew servant six years
lie shall serve ; and in the seventh he shall go out
free for nothing.
S If he came in by himself he shall gr out by
himself; if ho wero married then his wife shall
go out with hi.n.
4 If his master have given him a wife n:id sho
have born him sons or daughters tho wife nnd
her childrdn shall ho her master's and he shall
go out by himself.
icr shalt thou desire thv
wife; neither shu'.t than covet th".
house his field or bis man-servant
servant his ox or his afM or ally
The 1 air of Release;
Chap. XV 12. And if thy brother
man or un Hebrew woman bo sold
und servo theo six years ; then in
j thou sliult let him go free from thee.
to. And when thou seudest him
.; hi for tii
I .rd you-
. iie N.ib-
.!: no'. lo
." ..at Inli
. 'ihoi s
tii it is
i nt i t!;e
out of Mi
thee thou shalt not let him sro nvruv
14. Thou shalt furnish him libera: 1
flock and out of thy Hour and out.
press: of that wherewith the Lord I '
blessed thee thou shult give until hip. '
15. And thou shalt remember tlm - !
bond-man in the land o. Egypt und i
t - . .1 . 1 . . ..' '
viou reuoeuieu inee : tncrciore 1 co
this thing to-day.
10. And it shall be; if be say unt
not go away from thee; because In
anil thine uouae hei-amc hois Well - iih thee
17 'J'hen thou shalt take nn awl ml thru-
through his ear unto the door; and l o .-hai!
: 'ii u wast i
.e Loi-1 t!y
'leet (: li-
5 And if tin servant shall plainly say I love
my master u.y w ile aud my children 1 will not
go out free.
6 Then his master shall bring hi.n unto the
judges ; he shall also bring l.i.n to tho door or
unto the door-post : and his master shall bore
his car through with un awl ; and he shall serve
7 And if a man sells his daughter to be a tuaid
servant he shall not go out as the men-servants
8 If she please not her master who hath be
trothed her to himself then shall ho let her be
redeemed ; to sell her unto a etrango nation ho
shall haveno power Bceing he hath dealt deccit-
iully with her.
J And if he hath betrothed her unto his son.
he shall deal with her after the manner of daugh
10 If he take him nnothor wife her food her
raiment and her duty of marriiga shall be not
11 And if he do not these three thing unto
her. then shail si.e go out Ire?" without money.
12 lie thitt Munch a man u that be die shall
lie surely pus to d jtith.
thy servant lor ever. And also unt
servant thou shalt do like-wise.
This is of itself a full warrant for t
law of Texas allowing free negroes to
era und voluntarily become slaves.
The I'tasl of the Passiirn-.
Chap xvi 1 1. And thou shalt t.
tnc Loru thy i'Od thou and thy s on. nu.l ....
daughter and thy nun servantand thy maid s
vant and tho Lcvite that is within tav s-v i;).
tho stranger and tho fatherless an f the wi .;
that tire alining you in the place winch th.. ir j
thy God hath chosen to place his na. in them.
Chap xxiv " Il a man he fuund -t-julini; ai.y
of his brethren of the children if Israel. a;;
mitketh inerchandise of him or sellet '. him ; tii.ei
that chief shall dio ; and thou shalt rut ml
avviiv Troin antotov v.u.
I 11 Tin .il .Imlt nit .ilr.. . !.:..!
-- .. "j j irii ii. ic. i"-iiir;i ''iV
is pour and needy n h'totr la ol t v 'ire; i
or of strangers that are in thy lum wit iit. tot-
gates: 15 At his day thou shalt give bin Ins jj;-
neither shall the sun go down upon t.
pdbi and sctteth his heart upon it:
against thee unto tho Lord aud it '
It will be seen that the distinction
"hired servant" t.ch as the Yank
ineir own oiooii and a lund servant ';
ing to our negro slarcs is constantly : r.':u..i;. f
in tho Bible.
First Hi mil. I.
Chat. ix3 And the asses ofKish S t-il . .
er were hut. An I Kish said to Sat'
like now one ot the Ktvints with
arise go seek the aife. ;
N.e toe rcn;a;n U r of th?th Chapt'i.
Out- nil 22 And Saul commati.iBd j; Ktt
vants saying. IVinmur.e w.i.h l.aiid sr t'.v " .
10 And he tl.at sieu'. :h a man and s-Ilelh him-: rd say Behold tit" Kin- hath dehjlit in thee
the with that rat.i red pollre ; for I am faint": j two
or if hu lie fuund ia his ban is he shall be sure
ly i nt lo d--all
20 ni if a cun smite hi srvant or bis
maid with a reed and be die under his hand he
shall tej surely j uni:iid.
21 iSwtWitiiiifii Jitig u tic o.onunue a Uay or
be ehall pot pnnisbe- fit he i bis
and ail his servants hive t.'iee ; now therefore be
me iNing s .on-in rm.
Cdaf. xivu. 13 But he rpfussj aaj
wiil not Mt. Cut his .errant ttygvhr -tt?i
the women ccUJipi)d litci ; and h-. Jjunri.en.T'
Jlit j hr com. So h fcro f r rai ti:- M t;.
it open the hd. v
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Pryor, Charles R. Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 29, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 18, 1860, newspaper, January 18, 1860; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth294107/m1/1/: accessed June 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .