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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 18 December 1841

.& ". SL-9! ILY T EXIAN. 3lt2 3bT& AND PUBLISHED DAILY BY G. H. HARRISON-AT $1 50 (PAR MONEY) PER IONTH IN ADVANCE sr. r. . D Vax: I. AUSTIN DECEMBER 18 1841. No. 21 . PROSPECTUS or Ki - 9 eklyHsmspaperfpubtisk- d in the city of Austin B X U.ii. HAJtVKIBUn- This paper will be devoted to the caase of the Pftople of Texas and an unwearied promoter of iheir generalmterests. It will support the ad ministration ot lien liousToif so rar as nis :iaers;rtificatenumbered798 and dated JanarylePmDer.iena iMi.-xitersoi aaaiaisntlonM ; 1839 ? noteard from within 90 days I shall apply fork been granted to the subscriber on the estate affauefii ? i- . --". t v Iker. deceased late of said county these are.to notify allpc duplicate of the same. I' v :.. .i.' . '.-. .. li-K r 1 r O rt WluDir f T I FW W r 1M 7T K: newuv -jiuvajik vtauuo iu:oiuov nc voiuct w uicovufc iucui wiuhu . J y - . ; r-: . Ithe time prescribed by law or they will b barred; and all tk WHOLESALE and Retail Store oj um&...

Publication Title: Daily Texian
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 18 December 1841

f u9 6 str. i SIXTH CONGRESS Fust Session. On motion the House proceeded to dispose of the business on the Speaker's table and to the orders of tht day. A bill to amend an act organizing justices comb and-defiuing the powers and-jurisdictiou of the same was ftaken up and the following amendments ol -.the Senate : strike out ail 'alter the word "dollars" in section first line eight. Rejected. - A b'll to organize the southern-part of Milam county for judicial andother purposes. -A-joutt-resolution.fixing.a salary for the clexk of the supreme court. A bill to repeal the laws authorising the five million loan and for other purposes. JOURNALS OF THE HOU&E OF REP RESENTATIVES. - - Wednesday Dec. 15. House met; roll called; quotum pies. lit; jour nals ot the piecediug day read and adorutd. Air. Gimesjesentjed the petition. of sundry citizens of Montgomery county. - Mr. Grimes presented a bill to prescribe the mode of taking testimony in equity suits. Mrr Ray mondqjresentedtrre "petiti...

Publication Title: Daily Texian
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 18 December 1841

! &! ; Citizens .tif Bowie county for mes relief of !SUap gorier-. tree mnn.ot color wnicti was.reierred. Mr. Van Zniidt chairman of the committee to 'w'ait'bh5 the- President; reported their duty per formed; and -that his Excellency would make a (Communication in a few days. - Albill to amend the several acts regulating the recording ol deeds and other obligations and ..wriUen-jnstrumenis was taken up on its second reading and .on motion indefinitely posqwhed. Joint resolution requiring prosecutors to pay Scosts.-in certain' cases was taken up amendment sonered by committee adopted; and on motion re -Solution laid on the table called up. Joint resolution concerning the fall term 184 1! of tBe district court of Refugio was taken up on fit8'.second reading and ordered to be engrossed. ' -A&bill to reorganize the judicial districts of the Republic and .to reduce the number to six and to prescribethe time-of holding the district courts therein respectively was taken up on motio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 18 December 1841

f-f '.JOHN Wi. HARRISON I 08T TW2 KeaJXkft Certificate if.. t9. tens - w o ---. IB i.l . .. . .-?" . .1 J L- .1 " AtK ni.tiirn t inform tho p! n nfl AQminiStraW X JNN OlTOter; Uteasea OT Me i .'-'-. " . . n . board of Land CoamjssionerB for he county ef Brazoria for one-third Of a Leagua'odLand. Should nothing be heaxd o me Bame witnm toe time preecnoaa by law application- will be made for a duplicate. ' JAM 3 D. JPEN. Victoria I6th-Aug. 1841. . ' j rB B XI Austin ami the' country generally that he IT7. TfM ' TVT -1 TJ . . j -1 nus returned iromuie norm aiiu isinaauyex- ' 'y'dctatlon of the arrival at" this place of a will sleeted stop jtof Mefchandizcpartivularly adapt ad to .the wants of th3 people. - Being' desirous of closing up his old business -mid. having made arrangements that ream re it absolutely necessary he trusts that all those who; araindebled'to him will come forward and make 'immediate settlement. And he would avail him self of this opportunity to say that the above ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 1 February 1842

DAILY TEXIAN. PUBLlSHEn DAILY BY G. H. HARRISON AT $1 50 (PAR MONEY) PER MOtfTIL - Vol. I. AUSTIN FEBUARF 1 1842. No. 46. SIXTH CONGRESS First Session. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE. Reported for the Dailv Texian: Monday 31st Jan. 1842. Mr. Potter withdrew the memorial of the Clerks of the Government. Mr. Webb introduced a supplement-to the bill abolishing certain offices' &c. Bill fixing permanently the seat of Justice of Paschal county was called up by Mr. Potter and passed. A bill altering the time of holding courts amended on motion of Mr. Webb to increase the term for Travis county to two weeks; passed. Bill incorporating the San Augustine Light- house Company; passed. On motion of Mr. Greer the appropriation bill was taken up and amended by appropriating $1000 for pay of two Charge de Affaires and by striking out $L0000 and inserting $20000 for naval purposes which having been fully discus sed the vote stood : Yeas Messrs. Byrne Greer McFarland Muse- Owen Pilsbury hotter and W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 1 February 1842

r Mr. Greer could not agree with the views of the hon. gentleman from Nacogdoches who was willing to violate the best principles of propriety and interest-by turning- round and supporting the majority merely because a bill may have been vetoed by the Executive. Although he.had voted for the bill without being entirely .pleased with the whole of dls provisions still he did not consider it so important and yet he regretted that it had not received the signature o"f the President fec (fee. 'Here Mr. Patter interrupted Mr. Greer with an apology and stated -that the bill had been "evi- dently erroneously enrolled; whereupon' it was laid on the table for further investigation. The veto of ihe -complimentary joint resolu- tion of honorable acquittal and thanks to Capt. John G. Todd late of the. Texian Navyr was next taken up and read. Mr..Pilsbury confessed that he was willing.to give every consideration to the views and opin- ions of the Executive; who. he said haying been selected by the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 1 February 1842

which he admrrtd the gentleman from San Antonio had complimented Capt. Todd and ex- culpated the Executive. For his part however he could not excuse the President for his course towards Capt.. Todd; and' particularly to the manner of his injustice. This was different from all of the numerous messages that were crowded upon Congress as it contained not one single reason; or if" any they were such as a school-master .would give a parcel of children by teling them not to waste their time too much in play and idleness. Mr. M. said he did not see why the Executive was so-unwilling to let other persons have a little fame save and except his own dear sell. The Congress .last .year voted (hanks to Col. Moore for killing a"' few hundred Indians and this Congress had voted him and his soldiers a little pay yet the President' has'thouht differently and vetoed the bill.. Thecourscof the President said Mr. M-. was rather dictatorial" and the gentleman from Brazoria says lie is sorry he vetoed th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 1 February 1842

Combs of Ky. who was a passenger on the Nep- j ed in of prosecuting the hopeless war with Texas. tune had contrived to get up to New Orleans. For some time the hope was mdiilgrd that Mex ico might be wise enough to concmae peace wiui a government that she knows to he invincible and the most formidable of all her enemies. Bnt the suggestions of prudence and common sensor are unheeded. Under- the iufluence of a blind Not the least interesting intelligence brought by the New York is the fact that two Mexican vessels of war .recently built ai New York (each carryiiig ajforty-two pound Paixhan gun at mid- ships and six eighteen pound carronades with qre.ws of American seamen under Mexican offi- cers) were seized.at.that port by the United Stales .-tytthoriiies for violating the law of nations in .-.fitting out against one. nation in another with sw.hich that .nation isat peace. yie are informed that the said vessels have :been released upqn.hands in the sum of $170000 . conditioned that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 2 February 1842

!;? V? . 4. j w . I T DA J L TtJE.X-I-AK. r iir 5 ' k i.. j i i'J'I if.;-; I EUJBL13HEP;PAILYBY G. H. HARRISONAT $1 50 (PAR MONEY) PER MOl - ...... r s.tj.ii'''"L." "; "77" MONTH. I c Co Vol. I. 1 AUSTIN FEBUARiF 2 1842. ' w .r. 'rrVsrl For the' Texiim. As hoarsely breathes the night wind's sigh "A sound is heard' in yonder hall;" i i It trembles loudlythroiigh .the sky . Arid soars beyond the "pig-pin"" wall. Hark ! 'tis the tocsin's warlike note; Yes ! 'tis the swelling martial song In valiant "strains their voices lloat" f While yet their bold-like peals prolong. - r' ' Hear how the hero's blood-stained fume Wafted fill the Senate's' hall: ' Oretore'all their stands aisume Waiting on their'chieftain's call. . It is for war they make demands; Theirshouting cry will never cease Till armies and invading bands " Shall wring from- Mexico-- a peace. ' But where's their chief? .why comes he lato? . Is his a warrior's ardent flame? White anxious crowds and lobbies wait " And shout the cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 2 February 1842

V -4c lers and. seamen .ofjhe navy for yolflntarjy vices was on motion of Jftr.vGreer made .the. Bulletin of the 17th at from 5 to 8 cents otf tfe' pecial order of the day for to-morrow by twta foaTt Texas money is qudted irl the New Orleans' v - . . .ot s to -a. x T- - t Bill for relief of W. R. Wilson was called up by Mr. Owen; read andr refer red. Bill authorizing the chartering the Zavala to A certain Company; passed. A bill for the relief ot Dennis Walsh passed The Senate .adjourned tilL13T6'clock p. m '" ' 3 o'clock p. ra. On motion of 'Mr. reer the appropriation irill was taken up and after considerable discus- sion the Senate jefused jo recede from its amend.- .ments and appointed a committee of conference to act with a like committee from the House rupon a compromise of the various amendments of the two Houses. .A Bill to remove Jhe (Custom House at Aran- sas; passed. After which the Senate went .into secret ses- sion and confirmed the nomination of P. .Ed- munds Esq.af Gal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 2 February 1842

J i. "H ? .Reading There is no entertainment so cheap as. reading; nor airy pleasure so lasting y ye leanjfrom a gentleman recently irom Brazoria that about four or five days 'ago a citi zen of Refugio hail brought' information that the jauer place naa Deen ogam auacKea ana roDnea by a marauding party of Mexicans. Morning Star of Jan. 22.' i From "Washington. The Gorrespojkfent of the Charleston Courier communicates fhe follow- ing items .from the seat of Government Several- attempts ;bave been made during the present week to get trf) Mr. I?ilmore's loan bill providing for the extension !of the' term of. the twelve million loan. to eight years andadding five millions to.it. The.'House haying suspond- .ed" all .rules in order to .take up the subject 6f the disposition of the Presidents message cannot now suspend rules again so as to. take .up the bill fronvthe Committee on Ways 'and "Means. 'That is the Speaker's decisTon' (It follows ."th.at.it re- quires unanimous consent tpttake u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Texian — 2 February 1842

f s .- s stroke was given with a fdck which terminated UeWity called upon us for forbeafaiice in regard his existence in a few hours-. The Governor of Arkansas has made a requi- sition upon Gov Butler the Cherokee Agent to have him apprehended and delivered over to the U. .5. Marshal for trial The Governor has also ordered Major General Sneed td dfrgahize without xLtl&f a regiment of Volunteers to hold tnemselves in readiness to rnafcn it k moments warning to protect the citi- zens on the Frontier should the authority of the U. S. fail to afccornj&sh that object. -Fire. We regret to learn of the hravy loss sustained by our worthy Sheriff R. J.Calder Esq. of Brazoria from the accidental destruction of of independence in this country was dragged off his house and furniture last week by fire. The accident occurred from the carelessness of a ser irant who having; a light in a bed room was hastily called and in leaving the room unfor- tunately placed the candle near the bed-curta...

Publication Title: Daily Texian
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