The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 27, 1835 Page: 2 of 4
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now to tue novice in
this chase be MARTIN PROFECTO DE COS.
Commandant General and Inspector if
the internal States of the Last.
TO THE INHABITANTS.
llardlv had the Republic common
ced to enjoy under the shade of a just
nul fr i and paternal Government that peace so
conies awful for at this minute he is
carried as.'with a might) rushing bur
rirane amidst dissolving worlds he
flies wift into their rumbling midst
"But novv's 'lie triumph of the veteran
Creole for with wolKpois'ed rifle he se
lects his mark and never fires in ram
the tiring 01 Hunters is the bieuul !r
retreat for when the wmindcd buffalo ' much desired bv all
finds himself incapable of fu ther re-
treat he ofien turtis when able upon
hi pursuers to try the chance of war.
The run of this game like that of the
deer is often known when they are
discovered by the von experienced
Huntsman and thsir fhght is intercept-
ed by slanders who select their posts
and tnke large spoil from the passing
herd inthiswav tiie buffalo is fol-
iowi'd in si-m- instances for two. orj
J (of out poits) l shall do it and provide
iui iut;ii cui.iiiji nun il';iiiu iu n-
savage tribes. Inhabitants of the Eas-
tern States; these are the occurrcncics
which have lately called vour attention
the simple relation of them which I
have made i
Coahuila which although was ostensi
bly manifest: nothing but an uniformitv
Y virtue of nn execution to mc directed I shall sell for cashp
in the Town of Brazoria; on the iOih Julv next a "old watch
s siifilcicnt forymi to form and c"am levied upon as the property ot J. f Cashn to a
ind-MiieiU of the doings of a" execution in favor of II. M'Crackin vs. said M'C.tslin.
th'i'o davs in succession.
This !ind of hunting as well as that
fortho wild "horse req-.tiu.tsmuchlirm
where in a corner of the South therei with the projects of Zacetacus have
war raised a new standard of Rebellion 'in reality other news; but ready thcre-
and the inquict Don Juan Ai-vtni:s fore to repel the insidious suggestions
proclaimed principles so destructive jBf the well minded look with merited
contempt upon those who attempt to
(educe you with pail ting and rely al-
L'nv rtii thn nnrtipiit'ir ostimnf inn wnirli
were concentrated in Zacnlecas aud ts p-0fiered to you by vour fellow-citi-
that the minds most cold and moderate
.vcre alarmed the new Government
knew verv well the elements of discord
there fixed his principal attention ?!"
a few das ast when their tears very
released the authorities of tha
Slate under captious pretext to whh'h
thev wero obligated as the essentia'
principle of theii existence and dechn-
fZen and friend.
.MARTIN PERFCTO DE COS.
Matamnras May 180").
XRAZOIUA TKX V-.
nerve and manly dexterity as any lo"" themselvos superior to the general tJ y t . ; 27j
or engagements of man. " (powers of the Republic. In these eir- Jrw
nyofMie interviimg letters 0f'rJms:inces tllc Commandant General) v
M-inv of rhe intcrv.-niimr letters 0f!rims:inces tllc Commandant General
my r respondent from the one lat . ol heublates observed with grief thai
quVed. to one dated m 13 1 furnish j '" ie Capital of Coahuila & Texas
no hems in relation to T.- is. sufficient luc-v were preparing combustibles t
concise r specific to afford i.n verbal ! employ them against the 3uprcme Gov--extracts
but give in subss tuce'what is ' eminent alledging the same cause
xvrittcn above. Hut in this letter he nmi apparently with the same tendon
informed me. that "though the question ' ces aa the movement in Zacatecas.
nf.-.V7:' I.Piuoi.n fTfil. AiN'iii.n.irl M. . I Thev gave the Government in charge1
Robinson had not hern finally tid-j l0 tlc s:ime who directed the Lgis.
justed; the voice of God and the peo- latiro 0 l:iss !losc memorahio oecrecs
p!e are for old Sterling C. Roberts in I Mnich were re.-isted by tiie people in
an J his success is near'v sealed which ' ho "ear 183;5: ihci' imluced the hono-
savs he r will appnr.e 'ou o. n the in- jrablc Congress to enact a law for the
sla'ni thai it is rcali.ed "beyond disdute Alicnuion of FOUR ULWDRELi
and then I want you to come without j Ll'.AGUES OF LAND in Texas
delav and bring with vou all who can j "'ilhotit subjeciing themselves in the
nav bis or their nassne l.;e." .l Sale to the general Laws doubtless
this colony a married man can get au'n tIlu intention to please the colo-
le.igue (4144 aero) for 03 dollars and ' U!sls' and ava1' themselves of their ef-
a .circle lima one qaaru r dus quautif. : lurls "l tie meditated insurrection the
fo- Sfr.00 he other l.r e fourths whei. a tcinltC(1 lo st:iln the national decor-
he et. a w ile. Thee - no rcspeci of I "" " "IM'mg aiuiougn truit cssiy
We have made arrangements to la
I before the public the proceedings o
'lie contemplated meeting in Coinni
bra in the shortest possible time. Tha
m eeting is looked to with a great deal
ofjanxiety as it will decide what cours
the citizens of this Jurisdiction will
pursue in the impending storm.
June 13th 1835-41.-
JOHN CIIAFFIN Dupdtv SuxniFr.
Y Sundr) executions to me directed I shall fe.vpose to public
Sale for cash in the Town of Columbia on June 23d next All
the smck of cattle horses hogs also a half league land adjoini-icr
T. F. L. Parrot and others belonging to Geo. Tennille levied
dpnn as the property of Geo. Tennille to satisfy sundry Executions
in favor of Wyley Martin and others.
A r.so: Two negro fellows levied upon as i.henropertyoXJ7jJ-
rong to satisfy an execution in favor of J . 'S. dC yTonTMav 21
Also: On the Gth day of July next at the -?amn n?n it 1
third lenguc No. 0 Known as part of the Bolivar league levied
upon as the property of Lawrence S. Kinney in favourV 'j. W.
'iisii iiii met n i. i.. .t
V ".u iiug on me
flail vs. said Kinney
-iuu oi me i.razos aim opposite the Gin place part of the Packer
ract levied upon as the property of P. R. Splane to satisfy sundry
Kxocut.ons m favour of Margaret Jameson T. F. L. Par'rott and
t. liowen and others vs said Splanc.
The Primary Judge of this Jurisdic
lion adjourned Court until Monday
Also: Three nc-roes Hardy Milam and Eli-.a levied upon as
thepnq.erty of P. II. Splanc and Ann V. Salane to sitisfv Two
executions in favor of M'Neei and Woodson'andT. F L Parrott
Adm'r of J. Austin.
Also: A Quarter league of land formerly beIonrmr to the E-
lateof Saml. Toy on the east side oftlie Rer.ard7 iUSra-oWt&V- -'
.1ouiid levied upon as the property of E. Mather to satisfy an
execution m favour of A. C. Homes.
coiyurs nere uitn rog.ira to privileges
in getting land" briug all you can
black and white and I wil; pay the ex-
penses for half (22'22 acres) which I
have done for some. & which is com.
"inonhere.'iJHBfcilted'liv a trcntle-
the entrance ol the Federal troops to
In pursuance of a resolution
passed at the meeting on Tues-
day yvc give place to the let-
ter of our Chief calling on us
for men to sustain the Govern
We think the Chief ha
occuny the barracks in Monclova as been tOO precipitate ill his Call
. nut lUNiuvuuuv iuu sijiiii oi illume i ii i .1 t .
centinels over their c"onducMhcy were I m a11 caS8S where the interests
forward to disobey the Law of the 3ist ot a community are concerned
r i... i i. r I. -i !-. -t I J
o. m .nn .urine civ. annua inej tl rionnla ahnnA hi rnnuiltP.
Also: Two Houses ds Lots in Brazoria adjoining Jefferv and
Lyroin and others levied upon as the property of Saml. Yo.ln- to
sat.siy several executions in favor of W. II. Jack and others.0
v An? r?T i0USC amI !nin BrazorJa 've "Pn as the proper
v ol ft. II. League to satisfy an Execution in favor of J S B
Ryro.n vs. T. R. Erwin Prl. and H. II. Lcamie serL '-
PY virtue of a decree of the honorable
ii Niin n:.
nrv r..1. ..-.u.. :..:...! .r . . . "' 'u'v iin.
.... .. ..6u U( nn: jiuibuicuoiiot UoliimbLi hearin.r date ''nd
day of larcf last vvI be sold at Public Auction for cash in hand
i i I IHMfc ' ' - ' i fith a.. r
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