The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volum 10

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Texas State Historical Association., 1907
 

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Pàgina 284 - Lord : yet were it his time, would gladly have been dissolved, and at ease, where the weary are at rest, and the wicked cease from troubling.
Pàgina 175 - An act for the permanent location of the seat of government," approved the 14th day of January, AD 1839, be, and the same is hereby, confirmed; any irregularity or failure to make proper parties, or other defects in the proceedings had under...
Pàgina 52 - America is bounded by the limit which it may suit the interests and the tranquillity of France and Spain to assign her. The French Republic, mistress of these two provinces, will be a wall of brass forever impenetrable to the combined efforts of England and America.
Pàgina 131 - ... conducted before the General Council ; and if, in the opinion of two-thirds of the members cause sufficient be shown, he shall be dismissed from office by the Governor. ARTICLE XII. The Governor and Council shall organize and enter upon their duties immediately after the adjournment of this House, and hold their sessions at such times and places as, in their opinion, will give the most energy and effect to the objects of the people, and to the performance of the duties assigned to them. ARTICLE...
Pàgina 263 - They have poison from a certain tree the size of the apple. For effect no more is necessary than to pluck the fruit and moisten the arrow with it, or, if there be no fruit, to break a twig and with the milk do the like. The tree is abundant and so deadly that, if the leaves be bruised and steeped in some neighboring water, the deer and other animals drinking it soon burst.
Pàgina 157 - I, AB do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be,) that I will faithfully perform all the duties required...
Pàgina 63 - The white emigrants now assembled in the town of Nacogdoches, around the Independent Standard, on the one part, and the red emigrants who have espoused the same Holy Cause, on the other, in order to prosecute more speedily and effectually the war of Independence, they have mutually undertaken, to a successful issue, and to bind themselves by the ligaments of reciprocal interests and obligations, have resolved to form a treaty of Union, League and Confederation.
Pàgina 36 - This will be delivered to you by Nolan, a child of my own raising, true to his profession and firm in his attachment to Spain. I consider him a powerful instrument in our hands should occasion offer. I will answer for his conduct. I am deeply interested in all that concerns him, and I confidently recommend him to your protection.
Pàgina 61 - Doubtless from this time dated a considerable traffic. This may be inferred from a letter written by Dr. Asa Hoxey to RM Williamson in December, 1832. Writing from Montgomery, Alabama, whither he had gone on business from Texas, Dr. Hoxey said : ' ' You mentioned in your last letter that you believed Mexican grants of eleven leagues could be procured for a reasonable sum, if so you will perceive by the enclosed proposition that Mr. Edward Hanrick, George Whitman and myself are disposed to procure...

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