The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 47, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 25, 1835 Page: 3 of 4
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2d. That in the Constitution
which is now forming the es-
sentia! hasis should be the es-
tablishment of the Roman
Catholic Apostolic Religion ex
clusively; the independence of
the nation the integrity of its
T ANA WAY on the 27th
ult. from the subscriber
I vri t-k 4-v " ar !-- E-f r m-r miitam v srt
acwid territory the division of " ""X"l V
power and the liberty of the theFoTt Settlementthree negro
. wen one named Sterling very
Prss . black thirty five to forty years
3d That the well deserving of about five feet ei ht or
and illustrious Gen. Donnto.nineinche8 high. Joe a dark
mo Lopez de Santa Anna in vir- muiatt0 about thirty five years
tue of the heroic sacrifices of fl- five and a half fcet h h
which he has at all times made or thereabout. Richard a bright
m favor of the liberty of the muialto thirty three years of
lie country should be six feet hi h hi h
recognized os supreme chief of forehead and bold kn
the government and protector When he left his haip
of its will free y expressed. thick and stood erect Eac
4th. 't hat the actual autbon- of them faad a horse one of
ties shall continue to excercisewhich was stolen There ig
ineir functions till the Constitu amost a certainty that the ne-
tion is arranged removing such were stolen b Thomas
however as are opposed to it. L Nergon who wij probably
5th. 'j hat copies be for- endeav0ur to take them to the
warded of these resolutions to State of Mississippi. Nerson
the powers of the nation and is about thirt fiye g of
of the state in order that by sjx feet high or up wards is very
taking the proper steps the slim and hig hajr remarkaWB
puplic tranquility may not be re(. s ks ick and hag ft
troubled nor the free and down ook The above reward
spontaneous expressions of the will be given on deiivery of the
people NPpeded. said negroes at -my house or
PEDRO NOVELLO. $50 for either. '
Jose Mapia Dias Secretary. WILLIAM HUNTER.
" iermail June 22d 1 835. Fort Settlement July 4th 1835
f! he cities of Campeachy & 44 tf.
Toluca have likewise publish- -m jrr Tf AY
cd resolutions from their Ayun- J f -XL rr MJJj.MJ
atmientos of the same purport
-there is hardly any difference
even in the wording.
A New road has been cut out from
this place to the Bernardo cross
ing at my house which shortens the
distance to Cedar lake 6 miles; persons
fR. Anson Jones respectful- fZlvZr3ra nd
IB. . . & x . it greatly to their advantage to cross
-MlyinformsJthe public that the riVeratmy house where there is
he has associated his Cousin a good ferry boat always at hand.
Dr Ira Joneswith himself in the J. B. COWAN.
!Ur.f;nA Af(Kn .fQC;. 38.tf
Brazoria Julv25lh 1835. 47 4w
TBE subscriber having business in
different places .in the country
foKes ihis occasion f o inform those who
THE undersigned takes this me.
thodof informing the public that
another flagstaff has. been erected at
the mouth of the Rio Brazos and as the
bar is very often too rough for boats to
board vessels they might be deceived
by seeing both flags flying and in range
together; therefore the following sig-
nals will be exhibited:
At high water will be hoisted at the
flagstaff a white flag with a Mexican
Eagle in Hack in the middle. If it is
half tide or low water the same will be
hoisted at half mast only should she
not be boarded and there be plenty of
water on the Bar the following rules
may be observed:
When the vessel is near down to the
Bar the flag on the flagstaff will be
hauled down and two smaller flags er-
ected at a suitable distance from each
other these flags will be a black Ball on
a white -ground and are the ranges
for crossing the Bar without a Pilot.
In runnning down should it be to rough
for boats to come out you should lay
off and on taking care not to get to
the Westward of the Bar as there
is generally a strong current sett-
ing in that direction and unless
your vessel sails well it will be al-
most impossible to come in. Ves-
sels with good ground tackle need not
be afraid to anchor off the Bar taking
care to anchor in" 4 1-2 fathoms water
in rough weather and in fine weather
they can anchor in safety in 3 12 fa-
thoms. When vessels ae off the Bar
in bad weather a fire will be made on
the Beach every night. I shall still
continue to conduct the Pilotage as usual-
and so do my dutv at the hazard of
J. BROWN Pilot.
- Mouth of Rio Brazos May 23td 1835.
MR." JOHN A. WHARTON is my
lawful Agent during y absence
W. B. SWENY
WiLt Pbactice Medicine Subgebt
asd Obstetbicks. ' J5-1
"B UST received and for Sale
P quantity of Corn Flour and
mny want his professional sen ices that variety of other articles just received
ne will wait on them at their residences from New Orleans per Schr Shenan-
Teimsfor pointing portraits $12 and doab and for Sale by
inwards.' Likness warranted. EDMUND ANDREWS.
p u cS?SEA8a -CHOCOLATE.
U1U1U1IU) tfUII AVU1 J.UCUU.
"ted in Brazo-
ria offers his pro-
to the Citizens and
inhabitants of Tex
as. He hopes by his punctu-
ality and success to merit a
share of public favor.
BOXES Chocolate just
ceived and for Sale by
W. Barrett Travis request a sus-
ilftCZS: MAGUK AINSWORfH
til he cap appear before the public AtTOBNEYS AT Law.
vith all the tacts and circumstances COLUMBIA JUNE 6 1835.
attending the Capture of that Fort. 40 tf.
'San Felipe July 18ih 1835.
THERE will be a match race over
the Columbia Turfon Thursday 1st
Oct. next between Capt. Johrr'Chaf-
fin's horse Gambler and P. R JfSplan'a
horse Rocket for One Thousand Dol-
lars. Also the Columbia Jockey Club
will commence oa Mondajthe '5tb
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The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 47, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 25, 1835, newspaper, July 25, 1835; Brazoria, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80267/m1/3/?q=%22flag%22: accessed December 9, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.