Texas State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 34, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 9, 1853 Page: 3 of 8
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Editorial Correspondence. .
. i . Bbkkham April 0 1853.
1 Tlio District Court fbr this county was organized' yesterday
Judge Baylor presiding. Nothiyg special occurred ui flio cta-
tails of organization with tho exception of elevating a whig to
tlio dignified position.' of ibrcmaii of the grand jury. ""
Crime has decreased wonderfully in this county withy) tho
last few years. There arc now but about five cases" on tlio
criminal docket and those of a minor charae'tcr. It speaks
volumes for tho moral character of the enterprising people of
old Washi igton.
Tho authoi'l tie's are preparing to build a fine court-house
which will bo finished early during the coming fall.
Nat. G. Runnels a son of ex-Governor Runnels of Missis-
sippi indicted in JIarris county' fqr tho murder of Wm. Ilans-
brough in July last was acquitted by the verdict of a jury of
his countrymen at the session of tho District Court for Mont-
gomery held last Nveelc. Rumor with her thousand tongues
of slander has reported this as a deed of murder and Court
after Court refused even to bail-him ; but now an honest jury
of his own countrymen have pronounced him " not guilty" as
charged. It was made out a clear case of homicide in self-
defence. Ir. Branch prosecuting attorney for the State is
said to have acquitted himself with ability. The counsel for
tlio defence were Messrs. Rogers of Washington Rivers of
Columbus and Gray of Houston all of whom gave distin-
guished evidence of the zeal and ability with which the defence
was conducted. The accused availed himself of no legal tech-
nicality but went to the jury alone on tho merits of his. case.
Judgo Buckley the presiding judge on the occasion although
esteemed as a severe and rigid judge is complained of by none
of tlio counsel for the defence.
The effort of Mr. Rogers in closing the defence is spoken of
in the highest terms of laudation by those who heard him on
the occasion. Indeed a personal knowledge of his ability
warrants us in the belief that but for his unfortunate position
in political predilections ho would soqn reach tlio highest posi-
tion' in State preferment. . i :
"Wo understand that 'Suit is 'about being instituted against
the owners of the' Farmor fcir damages clone in the unfortunato
explosion of that steamer. A'noOier rumor is that Mr. Rice
tho principal stockholder is paying for all pecuniary losses. It
.is a heavy slam on' a man whose woalth lias been accumulated
by perseverance and industry ; yet we are of Opinion that Mr.
Rico is as likely to do justice in the premises as any other man
m . lexas. ;
' lion. James W. Scott we are informed by good authority
will receive the appointment of Commissioner to the Sandwich
Islands. ; Col. Thus. Wra. Wrirtl of Austin will dou'b'tles's re-
ceive the appointment of Consul at Panama. .These gentlemen
are. well qualified for thoso important trusts.
" ' Tho-railroad spirit still prevails in this portion of the f?tate
anil' the educational bill which was rejpcLed at the last gisla-
ture decidedly and largely in the ascendency.
. ;We call attention to the card ot our old friend Mcln-
'tyre in to-day's paper. Mac. pledges himself to do his best in
the way of eatables and can throw any man down for his bill
the' " fat boy " of Washington alone excepted. More socm.
; . . . i G. W.'C.
. QSf" On tlio subjeutt'Of a democratic Slntq' Cqnv.entiou at W.aJit
ing'ton the Sun Antonio Lahvr spakn ns follows: v " ' u
u 'Doiibtratic Slate timveuiun. fk 'wdro 'pleased' to 'observe w'llio'lnsl
Sinie GiiKMle an able article on this iiMiort.inciMind necessity. to tire 'Democrolic
party of holding a State Convention! Wehc.irlily tindorse every word of the
I5y the way Mr. Gazelle can ' vou Inform u whether jr noy tlio bemricrat-
(c Siiti' Cen'ral Comiulttde' 'Intend to take ;1ny frclidri -in this matter and if so
when'! If the oominiufec tkcliiie 'the responsibility of Issuing a I call wei.hope
Ulnt the cotiscnvHive Democratic mane will caUn convention on their own
account. We can usuure iheiu (hat lh'e Dojnocracy of Bexar wnild be fully
represented hi such a convention In fret we are all "regulatk" And believe
that tin! dnv ha gone pns( for "skliinj'.litng"'- nrtU '' Rnrigi'r.ilghllng'oii our
own pari believing ih.U that mode of warfare wotlld provcas disastrous in
party defeat as it liasprovod ducccssul in the extermination of C4m.rnchcs.
Tlio Inst Washington 'IiahhM thus notices thcS'sam'o Bitb-
ject: ( ..'.
"Democratic Slate Connnlion.Sevcni of the Democratic papers of the
State are urging the propriety ol cnlling.a convention- to nominate cnfdlda(es
for Governor and LieiiMi i t Goyernor..- The lime suggested the 15th of June
and Vnshijion the place. The move lias our hearty concurrency LWfc nurri-
bets of Demof rats wo are unable to liinkea choice between th'e candidates now
running. and should rejoice at lHng .relieved from the necessity of deciding.be
twetn their claims. Wo ItnoW and npprecinle the integrity o.l'alU There -is yet
another icason for desiring a convention. Wu wish to sec a fixed Stale policy
adopted hy the paity on tho-e viml que; lions now 'aitulinglhli public iniildatid
we alo wish the unity of the party preserved."
We hope the views thus expressed by tlicso able' nnd reliable "demo-
emtio papers will meet tho cordial concurrence of our democratic co-
tempurarics and other members of the party throughout the State.
If we expect to maintaiu our party ascendency in the State now is
the time for action jiarponigus concerted prompt action. Wo
know that two of the .cundidntes for .Governor now in the field
Messrs Pease and Smyth will cheerfully 'abklo the decision of n Con-
vention and we presume tliebtlibrs' will' do likcwifed'; and s6 with ttte
candidates" spoken of for Jaeutquant-riye'ruor Messrs. Ilpbertfron
Dickson Goode and others. A 'batter opportunity to harmouijic and
8CT The LwWPMimcficidiyotHM 2ClfiifiU.'Uay'B : Wc learn
that Maj.jBcnVyi.ito.yjpxnnav wAnUlirowhfrenMlils Jdo1ye-
torday and seriously injured so much 6o that it-i8"ib'SSa"'lirfiar6f
recovcr." " -"' -fj1 untnmK$ TUi" ..
The same number of the CommprcidUo has ie folloWiii.?
i . i - i In miffp -iiii (i- ' ! itjfi;l ('). '.r itfi
Captain Smith; the old'pioncerdn the trride btWeen'i!siWHfWfiiVV u
now hers loading Pib .train fpMhatfar.dis.lnnt marke til" r?m Srt! t4r
thirty Inrac road .wagons drawn by tnuesand will.be abo Tnii1. s.sla .
five to thirty liAndtoifpolth'd.i w'eh Wagon 'Tlain7fenli1JrT ??
vcllin?.ordcn ahd lief pocih Wrench ChihbahUa by the U S Jfe H 'X
avro him n d-jcided.idvanlnge.over the traders going ly (he firiWy'1
he will reach h. Alexjwn tnarkqlmesix weeks Uic r ami ' Su be nbll'
depose of the mos of is stores .belorn imv ..i. n.i . i a..." D5. able to
expects to take out another tfa'ln frrfm here about fiie firlt obuly neii .apl1
HF- The last'atportiomnen( bill;pasSt'dlb'jr"Conjr'rcss' gavo.'to'.tWo
Stlhc'or WlsqiBWpjii only four'membe'rCwiicunder tho Ja8t consu'e
sle is entitled to five. Aoflfongly Gov. i?QOt ims Issued hisTrtt;d'
n iimnnon lor tin p oniinii.nr fitm .u.i mi . . i ji.i .
"- w'""1 "vu ""-iuucia oi ongres-3 uy general
ticket. Sho elffctod iii the stlmdUvaf drlttf befelJJ .sfnoe tfo oxistlli'ir
laxv reciuiffnS cfldh'StAW to be I WtT liuo tfonB 'L .
passed ai.id her members held tbfllrrieat9pflaiid theywilli bold' Uieffi
again no doubt i' .j.i . ; .;i- - -il .inin Ld jnt'-
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Kp-Tlio GaIvestoiiqimqf ihe 29th ulc. contttiilsthefolloV-
consolidate the itrehgth of 'Our pavty and insure the future;' triumph;
1 f i ' '
Us principles.' will never be withtii our control."1' ' '
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3" The mineral wealth of Western .Texas is every day attracting
increased attention. Wo mentioned a week or two since tho .evi-
dence proving that the reports of the existence of gold oii tho upper
waters of the Colorado long known to oar citizens were entirely true.
In Hamilton's Valley besides the vast (mnntilii--. of marble (live dif-
ferent qualities) to be found over a large district there are two salt
springs at one of which a gentleman has already commenced fhe
manufacture of salt ; the other said'tobefar superior in its .saline
properties was lately discovered on a tiact of land belonging to our
late fellow-citizen Mr. David Tomasv Mr. T. we are informed intends
soon to commence the manufacture of stilt.
In addition to the above Gen. A Sydney Jdlinon on a recent' trip
to- the military posts on the frontier obtained a specimen of coal
wjncli is found in great abundance on the waters of the Brazus and
is thus described by a writer in the South Western American:
"Iliad no opportunity of testing its propeilies; but from its nppijarance I
suppose it to resemble in quality the ranncl coal more closely than that of any
other Variety in the Uniied States.
It is bituminous but seems 10 nave oeen suuj'cieo 10 sumciem iijat unei pres-
sure in its formation to expel me .vuipnur wincn lenders me common Ditumiiii
coal unfit for smehih;; iron for hammering. 'Phis coal is used exclusively
fuel at Port Belknap and is ucd in the Blacksmith shop at that post lor Work o
at sorts as i nave ieen torn uy several oiii'-ers oi uic iumy me com scam
from which llu.s sneoimen was broushl is three leet lliiek and undorlies a sua
turn of gray sandstone. I have hut liitlo doubt that the field to which it belongs
extends near the surface through all the red lands of upper Tcxa intended
by the Red Fork Of the Colorado the tributaries of the upper Braros and lhoe
ol Red Uiver whjcji color Uie wateisol these sireanis dining what are termed
"' the red rises' which we usually have in the Spring."
'''SSiF0 The last Iloi ston Telegraph soys the 'Mormon preach-
er yhp lias been for somo weels traversing that county and
harrangujng the people on the beauties of 'tho system intro-
ducdcT by tho " Latter Day Saints" a plm-ality of wivos the
"divinity of Joe Smith &C. has made )rosolytes of several re-
spectable fanners on Spring Creelc. They are now goffering
their 'faring for sale and intend to start forthwith lor the.cjty
of Salt Liike. We are 'sorry to learn that .there are people in
Texas who can be imposed upon and carried away by this in-
famous imposture. ' '' ' ' '
(y The Scnalo has confirmed the appointment of llailiil-1
ton Stuart JHsifp as Collector of Customs at tho portl ot Gal-
vest.Qnj .and of 'gtuujl 'Pyergj CpllQctor a't lJrnJ5oa"St. Inp."
iftg paragraph which will bo Jrendi with interest by tho WieOTof
railroads in Texas : ' "' ' ' '" '' '' ' ' '
i. i t . ... .. x i ' ii I .'(0' ton
Mr. Lacy who obtnincd n charter of tho LetrUlatiire 0r 'revn. ni (a.i.
session Cor this road h rioWlloro with anind.Y nti?i T "!?. "l tSd.Mo
qoinnteiiocd at this city tfnd haVd nlroady suri-eyol tend lodut 6r tti'Af Z
Wliss. 1 buy qross thu Buy t0 J)uer Jshuid arid thbmujj to .Virginia p61hWl
l.l IT . " t... - J "1-
iiijiii liii'iiitii iiii.r win rim i noiirir in Mn.i . . .un.
sirtg tl.6 Bay much morn feasible than was jTntipinntcd anditho ooqt SrhU
part of tlio road wiU'lull much' bcldw whdt ItSvnVnr'csumTi wn I l1?Uo
lore tho survey. made. Mr: Laby Informs tis ilfh'tihdcnpi Va'lWon ilifc
112 this roail u a rundv snniinu . nn.l tln i. ...iw-.i . '..VuriVV?1
.. ...u. n 'uiiiur Mrisn-'Aviii r)htniillt. l.
I I ii . .1 i SI -I ' ' -'Ml.
pushed forward wiflj iromptness."
rj3" Tho 'following pardgraph in ragard tb thb trailsmissipn of the
mails on the line betweey"' tliis city and IIoustpn'is from the last
Washington Hunger. "The moil1bagshavo been on the qtber side
of the l3razos for nearly a week in tho water" ! This accounts for the
sattuatedjand mutilated mail's we'havo been recci'viiij; here for thopast'
ten days. We hope the postmaster 'at AVashingtoh will not' scud p
any more of tbistdarnaged mall matter but throw jt aside .and Iqt us
liave 'a regular 'mail;' we have not bad one 'fori more than- two
months. Passengers come through regularly" but- it seL'ms' impos-
sible for the mails to do so :
' ' " '. i
" The nlhils haVe arrived at last but in such sorry plight ns to bo almost use-
less. The mail bags have been on the other sale of tie Brazos for nearly a
week in the .water. The postmaster at this pla.e 911 day before yesterday'
showed us some twenty-five bushels of mail matter spread out in the buckya'till
of the post office 10 dry. It was sx thoroughly s.utir'ated with1 water that the
directions Were in many'inslanoes illegiblOj and ft great portion destroyed. It
hs heeiiMizirusied. with what truth we know not .that the damage sustained.
has been cuused by the negligence of the contractors and that ;ivhile the mail'
was leli on the other side ol thn river passengers were brought over. The'foads
are now open nnd yet the mail due on Wednesday bad not arrived on yesterdnv.
( Fridavl evening. Wc will make due inquiry into the whole matter nr.d see if
we cannot at least expose the parties to blame for suqh culpable neglect in at-'
tending to the regular transmission ol tne majis. i tie unit lies at somebody s
T5" The Galveston Civilian. of the 29th ultimo gives the follow-
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iug additional; particulars iu .regard to.the bjowjng up of tlje F.arwcr
on the 23d. The circumstances1 attending! the disaster were sub&tan.
tially as given last week.' The list of passengers the killedj wolilided
and trussing a'frs giVen as follows : "'" ''' ' '
Gen. Sheiman slightly injurud; J. W. McCown IIvuisIqu. uninjured'
George Morgan Houston considerably injured; E. M. Suickpoie PaleMine
sligluly injued'; 11. Crosier. Galveston slightly injured ; Dr. Inman Crockett
slightly injured; C. M. Hubby Cameron not injured; J. M." Murphy San
Patricio slightly; C. Stansbury Houston not injured; Ilevi- Mi. Pelway
Houston not jnjuied; Thomas 'jMarlin Housion not injured WilianSnod-
grass not injured ; Charles Hurley G0vcston not injured; S. a. KichbTs Phil-
adelphia not injured; Mr. Neil Houston rtOi injured; Mr. Geiger Marshall
not injured; J. P. Davie1 Galveston not injured; T. P. Royall Yazoo City
Miss. not injured; Dr. Ellis Missouri not injured; Airs. Ellisj Missouri not
injured ; (.Mrs. lunry miner iisoun nui mjureu j rars. mopiey i-oik eoumy
Texas not injured; J. ;M. Reynolds Galveston (since dead; C'fet. John Bell-
ville since dead ; Geo. 'Hunter Cincinnati Texas severely wounded; Win.
Burnham Maine arm amputated; C. Turley Houston wounded ; G. W.
Cirtibbs Yazoo City thigh broken ; SrE. Hart New Orleans killed; W. Hub-
by New Orleans killed; C.II. Siearnes J. Cotton Houion killed andXound
since; B. H Geary .Houston killed and since found; Mr. Woodward killed
hut not found: Caleb Robertson Galveston killed not fund.
Officers on lion . E. AVebb Captain killed and since fohrid; Blakeman'
mniC Sllgllliy injoreu; iiuniss' chiucci nngnuy nijuieu Y . tv.m-'i u
engineer) killeir not. lound; McCor.mick pilot wounded; Thos. Pijichard
2d clerk killed since found; Thomas WeUrop. s'.ewaid severely injured;
Wm. llalc assistant steward thigh broken and scalded; P. Alan'dus (Mexican)
assistant steward killed ; Dunlevy carpenter killed since found; Dixon; bar-
keeper severely wounded; Thomas Hale assistant bar-keeper killedi
Cntu Lewis Huldebrand German killed noU'onnd; Cnailes Swizer kill-
ed not found; E.rilz German not injured .thirteen negroeSj C killed3 llund
and 3 not fouud and I wounded;. seven not injured.
Tlio Houston Telegraph has -a well-timed article on tho subject
'of tbis lamentable catastrophe demanding an investigation to' ascer-
tain whether it yas causetfby Uegligdilee or wilful misconduct j and
the Galveston fjTcivs of thp. 2ffh ult. says the matter is now being
investigated by n Jury of Inquest composed of some of outmost intol-
lirent citizens 'and we' will wait the result of their impartial investi-
"utjon. We dotilit not' that thetcstimony of 'competent and imjiar-
tial witnesses will be lnj;cn and la'i'd before thp ptiblio with a report
entering fully into all the causes; immediate or remote that led to this
great calamity. " ' ' u ' 1
.Tub Galveston Journal of the 28th; says :
H Wo arc gratified to learn from tho Wasljiugtoii (iispatch-
that Senator Iluslc has recQVOrpd from his. recant' ' sickness.
For a time he .was thought to bo dangerously' ill
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Lowsvillk March 21. Tho Santa Pe mail arriveil to-day1 'aVfti-dependenco.-.withJiieut.Eenll
of thdmrtilleryiaud Other's1 in 'rthNUMW
The party met largemumbers of Indians on the 'rtfiUe'nYdiffereli
from cold weather 1 ( im' .1 . -! niii t " i' t"
Gov.X.auo had gPno.Qti a tonr.of observation as'fhas1 El'TJi'4d1in-
tending to return by. the Copper -Mines' and'throirgb'tneNaVaioVplm1'.
try 1 . 1 1 ..j .....p.. .!-. 1 --t 'uu'i- b -liii 'ni iiiiuimi
The Chihauhtia revolutipn tisi represented ns a'smrill aiFair 'dover-
nor Triosliuving;itiall hlsowiii way( ill m I u'-i'mw
MATTERS' IN Wi.smNGTON.-i- Washniston. Marnh9A 'Pl! rr":
colitah jiiiaVly h-c6lturtl or Prbsftfeiitiaj .opjjoinents gonfifmednby
Among these arc Wm. W.Sfejst.p Vo LMd Officera't
Cqlumtuts Miss.; FofhnndoJ. Mmiroo larsjial .of tlp .Southern
vibuiqi oi r iur.ua unci ouiiuci xo vvefs vpyeotpr at.JJraxos Santiago
Texas. (' i( . n'
9.1 Monday Present Piereo Wit'sevcr'nl message's; lfo Uio. Senate
regarding Central America In relation to hs. subject Mr Everdtt
.moo t specc OI iwu nourb in .engtu as eloquent as.any be eVer.de
hvered. lie sustained Mr Clayton's action in the matter and-repii-diated'the
Mosquito Kingdom iii'toto.' Tie saidthe uecptiations.bP-
' The Coroner has held and is holding inoVie.sts over the bodies found.. The
following is the verdict rendered by the jury o'v6r die' bodies' of C. H: SternJ.
C.'HaVt rhomas'Hale arid Ci St'. John; ' The Jury say upon iheir oaths'ihnt
on the "a3d instant the stenmer.Farmerucxploded.'her... boilers and caused. be
deaibof ihe above named- p?rsons throng nfigligv'" ntl fSflK'f'H'-'V? P yL'
nart ot the olhcers of said.sieamboat Farmer whil-t engaged in racing with Ihe
Menin'er Nepliine Wwcen'llouslon rtnd GalVeslon." "'!.. -
r'i' .1 ...1. 1. ...1.
' IT?2- Tlic'Loonioc-or'tlie30tli ult.' CQntnVnS'iL' well 'Written
1 i1! . .. ' ! .11 . nu 11'. j . i 11 1 . '11 -1 i
.c'uuular by Col.lThomasiW- Blake z 111)011119)135 hitnsejf..rt anjdat'e
'for Gongioss in this district.- As soon as weipan find rppimfor it we
will-nnlilisli tb( circular.' " ' ' ''iwi..j ' 1 )i-
0-' Messrs. G-. II. B.'Grigsby Wrii. KcigvVlli a'pd J. W.1 Greg
pf C.euterville1bou county say tlicyyill ccgive" fipplications fr'ni
persons desirous .pf teaching a school 1 .and wijl gtjaranjeo a gppd
number of scholtirs the first session. ''Ullicy archil .rcsponsiblrj-geiljlc
mhn nnd Will' nifiku Tobd tlie'ir' cruar'hTitce." - "'7' ' ' ' ; '" '' i
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-ilrr.AUioi4b t itj)
tweeii Great lir.taiii and the tnd .SUHes. wpre qpred imo.un. a
spirit o kindness tie believed rcruBritain yould withdrawals
claim On the J3ay Islands but her right to Bei?e is.uunuQstiouable.
uv w.iBiu uivui u iuh:u a puuuy on uio suujpct butwarfted Senator
Douglas against agitating a war about it. ' .
Mr. Douglas replied to Mr. 12verett. " ' . ' i
T1V rrcntile t!lyu "w.eilt V.10 l-:01iu'0.?esipn;.a.udconfirmed a mun-
cr of appouitmuits uPnc of which qre important. ....
A despatch from Washington says that'thu Rmnnmr r v... 1
about sending a naval force to San Junn. do Nicaragua ' to .demand
satisfaction lor lines levied on trend subpts yho rofisea:to comply
with the demands of the authorities of that place.' . ' 1 .
Nuwouk March 22 News from Washington states that' the
ofliuc pi Assistant Secretary 0 State for which DudleyilMaiiin'ft
nommatcd vas offered to Gen. .SumnArbrothenof the Senator from
Massachusetts wlp declined it. . . JlIt!
Jobu A. Caropbeljilms beeu npniinpetl.fpr Judgo" of 1 the '-U; S-'Sm-prpine
Court. Mr. Campbell is a Stajto Rights map His nPmmation
gives much dissatisfaction to the Unipn.men. m .
Vm. Tyler brother of the ex4:reGideinilmsbeeh.tendered theofflco
of Storela-'eper at the Washington) NnvyOfawh r . .. ;
Mr. Ilarmou t'ditpr.of theDetroit tiypemiy; will bo. first AsgisU
ant Postmaster General. .' 1 .' n .(i
11. V Hammond has been nominated for thcGolJectorsliip-at'Saii
Francisco. . .H
Mattuiis in Washinoton; Baltimore March 22. To-'daVt'lio
President sent into the-Senate a message regarding thoMexicaUBouVi'
dary Commission It was referred to-tliu Comrnittt'6 6H tl(e'Vlexichi
Boundary and the Committee allowed. to report. at tlio next SeWi&ii'
Senator Clayton's Central America resolutions wero'laidon thVtA-
ble and the debate ended. 1 . '- 1 n 1 l.i
New York March f21.-Thp Clto 'o.preig;' Affairs ImV;
rephrted tlie ..it.ernational coi.yr.ghf treaty to tl.pSpn.ato wjth.tho.rp.
cornmemla.iou thai it be laid 9J;er..mVH1nfll.nR &W. ' ;.
ll.o Senate is now discussing the treaty xytb w.itzorland. One
aruolo provides that. nnaura izpd.fereigner may .hojjlfinliota.
1 resident Pierce has offlo.ally announce that hp will havo. no fnr
tiler use for the Senate after Veauesdtiy'. " " ul'iQ W:
Ni:w Yo.uk March 22. Jndgo Mason of Ipw'n1 has been aprirjlrite'd
Gommissiouec of .Patents. . . i;iiiiiu'. .'n. 4 'm v;
' BALTioaifMarcb .'ohh Baclph' l.'be'e appointed (Sb'<or
t JiAViWtu March 2aTMr. iiobbic.has'bceniConfirmed.as.firsAs.
6staut Postmaster CJoiieraU.-.. .. ' .1 j o ui
John S.Gettmg ofBaltimorqba8i been appointed .Pension iiAeiit
fpr Mfiryland . ; . b((
NwYonir March 23-.-i?Phe Sbiihtb iWs'btfrifirnieir Mr. Ca'rnBfiell.
oE.MoWIe as SuprempUuditPj'fHaihmWd';C6llPbtor'a't"$hii Tfaitte&co1;
button Apprniibr'ttf Sakr FrhnclW6: ' WbhtJ.: Gardhoh ' CanilliMin.'tl?e
Go. Aiidtirsbh; ofsMainb'lias bofn"n'6mlbhted as ConihitoffoVof
tlstmrie. " . ' ' ' .1 ) .-i 1 .1' ''i ' ... 1. 1 1 "i .''biMti
'J'be Foreign hpppintiiients ard ytit tm'doded. ' n '" '' Jl") "'
" BArou: 3thrcli 25 To.'d'ay.ld.ero'lwas nolrm'ouim.'nmT t'L
Senate' adjrturned. Tliero nru now'forufls.x SRiia'tdrfj iy tWshji'fgt'a.).
Territory 'of' WnRlimirinV nn.l TfnimrV x vJ:a a ai 11.ru
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Crawford, G. W. & Hampton, J. W. Texas State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 34, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 9, 1853, newspaper, April 9, 1853; Austin, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth81078/m1/3/?q=houstonites: accessed June 21, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.