The Texas Gazette. (San Felipe de Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1, Monday, March 15, 1830 Page: 2 of 2
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areremainedia the government until this time and
save discharged their duty a good and faithful citi-
tens ought to have the titles of their lands confirm-
td; whereby they will be enabled to support then
families ana discharge all duties to the government
which the law a akes it their duty to perform with
jase; and in order that the government may be in-
formed of the situation of the citisens of this colony
it is ordered that the presidentof this Avuntaminto
call upon the empresario Stephen P. Austin for n
list of the names of all citizens settled in his colony
which shall be laid betore the Ay untnmienlo at then
noxt regular meeting in order that the body may as- r
certain all such as have discharged their duty ir
manner and form as above stated.
THOMAS BARNETT Pres't.
J. G. HOLTHAM Secretary.
v J.G.IToLTnAMtScct'y. May 8
IUf UMCIPALTY of Austin Beg At a rccu
AsV lar meeting of the Ayuntnmiento of b.iiil Mu
-mcipality on ibc 3d of May LU3U it was orduincd
that from and after the first day of Juuc next m
stud hone shall be allowed to ran at large uud turn
if the owner of such horse shall fail to confine tin
'same on notice being given to him once by any in
dividual it shall be lawful for any ierson assisted bj
two inhabitants to altar the said horse at the expense
of the owner... Provided however that this ordi
nance shall not extend to such stud horses as are kejit
with inrnasVr nor to any stud horse whilst actually
on the land belonging to the owner of said horse.
And that from and after the tenth day of the present
month no CaralUdt Jiulmim nor maiiai shall be
herded within Ave miles of the town of Austin for a
longer period than twenty-four hours under penal-
tv of a fine often dollars per day to be recovered
from the owner of said taraiWa mvlacta or manada.
- THOMAS BARNETT Pres't.
J. G. HOLTHAM Secretary.
rrralLL practice in San Felipe and the adjacent
W country in the different brwekes of his nro-
foSsV Btofc.no and Surgery ObUctncks and d.s-
eases incident to women and children. aprn -.
aUST opened and now offered for sale low for
HE .nbsrriW located himjeif at the town
of Autin in tl.e nncticc of the Law and hopes
.ssvfUMClPAUTY of Anstia Scs.Al a regular
.sfAtV meeting of the Ay ntsuhiento os said.Muici-
pnMty on the 3d or May 1830:-i-lt was ordained
-Thatal) proprietmoftown-foUorout-lots acquired
efaiagthe municipal administration of Citiaen Ste-
paea r. Austin aaaer tne oongapon oiDouuing on
r improving said lots within a certain period oi
time be allowed a further dekr of six months from
the present time for the ttwcp)efeapfss build-
or imptuiiuusii. j .r
IHURU 0AJUIE7IT aicaiae.
J . G. HOLTHAM. Becretsry. '
A Copy. -T-: .-? - jtr-
. . HUIipjiHUH. J. . JWJ
fffl andersigBed having aaseciatad theaseWin
tm wv m . w .naMaifipaim Nniir
u utc mwni
ia the liar af their nro-
fcssiiisissjlinwiit wilh taesa will be aaaetsjally at-
teaded to. -They sMjataU taasM asjftsJaiaHed at
nweJscia the To wsrf Austin. . .
JOHN G. HOLTBAftL '
E tsmwrnpsm having associated them sefcs in
sTiiHE smrtarsigassl aaviag m
torvicei to the dti af this Calbny ia the Jiaaaf K
weary easssrspoea or eMrveyassssmg
tikek attention to ba
be aeaa BT tfcaafll
'" L. LE8 ASSiER .
. . &M.WI1AIAMS.
smimtiiiilr I lX7sasTattheoMceofthisiia.
laFt'psJrsUrrurmm Beadsf Boaycastk's
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bATUKUAY MAY 1j IC30.
I hare been Ir.fonncil that bertain individual- whtfj
arc nut 'jb;cnbi.r? to ttiu paper are in the habit of
opening pnekft of rajicra sent from this omee tosb
-nbera in different sections of the ceentry and takiog
ti.ercfroio the content and uting them for their own
particular benrfit. This is to gie notice that I wife
prosecute to the extremity of the law any person
v ho can be proved guilty of an act so infamous-
and I further oner a reward of tea dollars for as
information that may lead to a conviction ofrjpj'
Editor and proprietor of the Texas G assets). -
Sloop Nelson Brown master has arrived at
tin from Ncw-Orleansin five days with Gt
gers and a-full freigqt. Several other
up at New-Orleansibr this Colony when lAllkM
sailed and would have dispatch V
fj7-A Cou.nTar EuiToaIs one who reads ;
papers selects miscellany; rites articles oa aM ssjaf
ycU; sctstypes; reaili proof; works at press ;'(sMl
papers; ana somuroes carnes tnea: prratsjoas; fssajl
on errands; cuts wood ; fools water; tasks to alrtw
patrons who call ; patiently receives blame tar tUstjf
nun never were mat cms pe umc;avM tuue saastrjfl
.. . . -. . -rj" . . .
- aas cnrce xime or maienau is sauwy-nis aaMBr)
asviultetl and battered (or tmUetkmdkUn aM
to eninr the ouiet of "natarefs craast sastoiarJtsisasis:
and esteems himself peculiarly happy if h' is ail
t- ..; -.
. "Mi ny some unpnncij'iea aemaosue wae saves pstaj
pt shows and hires the raDbk with a treat af twai
whiskey (and that burnt.) to vote aiai iato sasaa
petty office. A map who dasftAH this and asawea
asore aot here rsaanUd juav-sjcB wmim i rather
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Cotten, Godwin Brown. The Texas Gazette. (San Felipe de Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1, Monday, March 15, 1830, newspaper, March 15, 1830; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80041/m1/2/: accessed December 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.