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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 30 December 1841

w Paily Bulletin Printed and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY THURSDAY DECEMBER 30 1841 NO. XXVIt PILGRIM SONG. S Y GEORGE LBKT; Over the mountain wave See where they come ; Storm-cloud and wintry wind. "Welcome them home : Yet where the sounding gule Howls to the sea There their son? peals along Deep-toned and free '. Pilgrims and wanderers Hither we come : "Where the free dare to be This is our home ! England hath sunny dales Efearly they bloom ; Scotia hath heather-hills Sweet their perfume : Yet through the wilderness Cheerful we sfry Native land native land Home far away ! Pilgrims and wanderers Hither we come ; Where the free dare to be- This is our home ! " Dim grew the forest path Onward they frod r Firm bear their noble hearts Trust in'g in God ! Gray men "and blooming maids. High rose their song Hear it sweep clear and deepr Ever along ; Pilgrims and wanderers Hither we come; Where the free dare to be This is our home ! N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 30 December 1841

. their due. He said now a man who had creditors for small amounts could avoid paying them because he could point out large property which the poor creditor was unable to pay the difference of value upon be- tween his claim and the appraisement and take. Messrs Darnell Jones of Gonzales and Hewett fa- vored the amendment all taking the ground that the effect would be bad ; that there could be no safety in purchasing personal property and the effect of the law would be to injure the valueof such property in the hands of men who were embarrassed for fear of the title. Mr. Williamson said he trusted the amendment would carry. He said the government legislative and judicial had deceived the people. lie said they had in the first place organized a splendid government which he conceived was now about to fall. He said the people had been misled by the government and for that reason they were now in a situation requiring relief. He contended that the effect of a lien upon personal property ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 30 December 1841

IV E &b eu Mr. Usher wished to include an' appropriation for a case in his county. . lr. Jones of Gonzales wished to include children aken from his county. Mr. Mayfield wished to pass a general law for the redemption of prisoners in the hands of Indians and considered it obligatory upon the country to pass such law and authorize the payment of all necessary ex- penses with a reasonable cornpensntion for the trouble incurred by any who would bring them in. He thought it incumbent on the country to have a law of this char- acter so long as it would not exhaust the Treasury. Mr. Parker wished the bill to pass without any a- mendments in as much as tne amount required for these cases was ascertained. He said he had two nieces and a nephew in the hands of those Indians for whose redemption every effort hud been made with- out avail and he said it woiuld give him relief if he could hear that they were in their graves. He wanted a general law passed after these cases wereprovidedfor. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 30 December 1841

tatwuwll. other little et ceteras which are usually put in those homely repositories upon such.occasions and to which increased valne is given in the eyes of the recipient by his ignorance of the donor.and the time of the de- posit during his slsep. We write this with.a hope that-the habit of new year's calls may be adopted and if we.shall succeed ineffectingit the increased enjoy- ment consequent upon it and the real good to the sys- tenvof society will more than pay. us for our trouble. We will conclude this article by-spme extracts from a work on festivals and amusements. "Congratula. tions visits and presents of figs and dates covered with gold-leaf are said to have distinguished New Year's Day even in the times of Romulus and Tatius and to have continued under the Roman emperors until the practice being abused into a mode of extor- tion was prohibited by Claudius. " Yet the Christian emperors still received therri al- though they were condemned by ecclesiastical councils on. ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 31 December 1841

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 31 December 1841

A" rzett".. i" asssas- Trf raipEBfsjji v- .6 0 'XlH & 1 l Committeeon Engrossed Bills-made the usual report: Select Committee on petition of Francis F. Webb reported favorably. - . l?i. JJill from the Senate no raise a Revenue by Impost' Duties; referred to. Committee on Finance. . -Bill to raise a Revenue by direct Taxation from the Seiifttetead 1st time.' ;yy - -' - -Bill for the relief of John M. Kemper J. Girard; and John Van Bibber was passed. JJill to repeal the act creating a board ol Medical Censors was laid on the table. Bill for the relief of Seth Swift was passed. Bill forahe relief of J. S. C. Reily was passed. Bill for the relief qf J. Harris Catlin was passed. Joint resolution forjhe relief of K. L. Anderson was passed. Joint resolution for the relief of Capts. Roberts Jack- son and So well and their commands was passed. Bill for the relief of persons holding the receipts of Quarter-Master Wm. N Mock was passed. Bill for the relief of the Executrix of Thos. Ross de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 31 December 1841

ve-n-u- r"-ftSij -? .-lg- ' '. :"i - PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY a WHI-T.INg. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS" ";" ". FRIDAY DECEMBER 31 1841. - Cj!? Part of yesterday's impression contained " re- ciprocate fine feelings" instead of kind feelings in the article headed New Year's Day the last .being the proper word. ttjj Some of the items in today's paper should have appeared yesterday but were excluded for want' "of room. . f ft S33 All Editorial is excluded I torn to-day's paper T)y the length of the Congressional proceedings. Loss of ltc Steam Boat. Albert Galletin Captain toierreu. By a gentleman who a rr FvecTffQ m Houston this morn- ing we" learn that it was rumored in that city that the Steam Boat Albert Gallatin left the harbor of Gal- veston for the purpose of towing in a schooner outride the Bar. that she run aground and was totally lost with several persons on board of whom it is feared that Captain Sterrett was among the number. fQ t ' A bill was introduced in the Senate Wednesday last....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 31 December 1841

Upon getting into a "wrong box" upon any occa- sion it may be aswell to lookDJit. - - - . When you find -another manTdoing more business than yoirare and you are puzzleU to know the" reason just look over his advertisements in the newspapers and look out. ' . . . When James G. Biruey is'President of these United Stateslook out. -You needn't however make your- self 'especially uneasy about looking out for such a look out. 1& Look out for rain when the almanac tells you ; and if it dpn't come why you can still keep on the look out. Look out for fun about these coming holiday times and if you want directions how to find it- read (he morning papers and look out. Look out f6r Number On particularly and upon all occasions and look out for you 5 neighbors when you can for a man sometimes saves- his own neck by be ing on the look out lor another. ficayune. f 4f v.- - FROM THE WEST. J r3 By the Hon. G. Van Ness just from San Antonio we learn that he has in his possession public papers fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 3 January 1842

V WJJWy. ' ih!P Pally Bulletin i. 1 1 - - .. . .. . - . --.--. . i - i -- Primed and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Ccnt per month. VOL. AUSTIN CITY. MONDAY JANUARY 3 1842. NO. XXIX. 'fW57 is I I? ? af - 5 We lake it uj.on onrelves to say Unit there is 3 "HOUSE nothing in the range of National Poetry superior to I B this and there is a titties': m us publication at the pics- iic time. It is ditlicult to select gems Irom such a casket but there is a sentiment in the. first four lines of the second verse which commands onr attention tjowand we bide with enthnciastic 'rust the dav which" ws believe will yet dawn to verily its truth. HYMN OF THE ALAMO. Air "Marseilles; Hvm." U Y BEUB E X M . V O T T i: U . "Rise" man the wail our clarion's blast Now sounds its final levoil e : 'This dawning morn must be the last r -. Our tali .'I band shall ever see. To life but not to hope farewell Yon trumpets clang and cannons peal. And storming shout and clash of steel " Is ours but...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 3 January 1842

-vArtMr AsSr??-? ' tf't-y --ti-sS-r? -which the Constitution has vested us ami us alone ; ".herebyat the. same time violating maxims of the gold- en letter and the sacred injunctions of fundamental law. One Judge is but one man and like all men is liable to the faults.and follies of human nature With the passage of this heterogeneous pile of gene-r-i-c le- gislation we can not invest District Judges to whom they propose to delegate so much authority with tho collected wisdom of the Senate and House or with the votes and views of the different members of Congress. Our judiciary is yet unsettled our country is yet in turmoil and every thing appertaining to Texas stilll proclaims a want of harmony. Shall Congress under such circumstances as these yield up the legislative reigns on the most important of all subjects when vested rights of the most varied and extensive nature are to be granted merely as Honorable gentlemen have said to rid ourselves of interminable legislation. It is our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 3 January 1842

I 3fc veyirig information of the building of two iron steam- ers in England and two brigs and one schooner in New York for the Government of Mexico and a re- quest of Commodore Moore that certain Paixhan guns be furnished the Navy in view of the supposed force and armament of these vessels. Mr. Cooke remarked that he moved to lay the letter from the Secretary of War to his Excellency on the table. As for the communication from the Executive "he said he could not now so far as he was concerned say what disposition should be made of it. But Mr. Speaker I can say that-this document or one of its nature has long been expected on my part and I tell yon Sir that Ihe expressions of this document so much at variance with the former opinions of the Ex- ecutive indicate more than is said. Thiscommunica-" lion speaks of war and the rumors of war ; it is the fore-runner of a transaction yet to be transacted and let Austin tremble. There is a snake in this communi- cation' tellyou Mr. Speaker; t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 3 January 1842

the eastern section of the Republic from the Senate ; read 1st time. . A bill to organize the County of Jefferson for Judi-" cial and other purposes with "amendment by (he. Sen4 a.tQ. Adopted. A bill to organize parts of the-counties of Robinson and Milam for Judicial and other purposes with amend- ments of the Senate. Adopted. . Joint resolution for the relief of Huezer Morgan Tii rley Jackson Golden and Right with amendment or" the Senate. Adopted. Mr. Cooke presented a bill fort he recovery of the children of Silas M. Parker and Mrs. Piumnier from the Indians; read 1st time. Bill for the relief of Capt. Thos. N. B. Greer & Co. amendments by Senate. Adopted. Bill to organize the County of La Bacca. Amend- ments by the Senate. Adopted. Oh motion of Mr. Wood the Joint Resolution from the Senate directing the Secretary of State to suspend the printing of the laws and journals in Spanish-; read :j time and passed. Mr. Porter offered a resolution that no member shall be permitted t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 4 January 1842

fi.- 7i9 .-h'dhMAk? -&& MsJrsrw v-y-- Bullet! Printed and Published evey morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY TUESDAY JANUARY 4 1842. NO. XXX. s Biil'W HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Saturday Mousing .'an. 1. 184 2. Present Messrs. Speaker Bower Rrmvn Caldwell Cooke Dancy Daniels Daniell Dennis Foibos. -Grimes Head" Hewett Ncihlmg Hunter Jones of Gonzales "Land rum Latimer .lie 'onnell Morris Par- ker of Fort BM'.id Parker of Houston Pattillo. Pennall P.itter Van Ness Van Zandi. WilSi.imson Wood and Wynns. Mr MoConne!! nresented the petiti-m of.'. W. Lv- man : referred' to Committee on Claims and AccounK Mr. Bowsr presented the pettionof P. McGioin ; referred to Com nitiee on Chums aul Accounts. Committee on Military Aff.urs S. H. Dime!! Chair- man to whom was referred a .hill (bribe ledemptiori of o.aptive.s'amoug the Iveechie a::d other Indians; re- ported f.ivorab'y. Committee on Claims and Aeco.mts R-mc Parker. Chairman reported favorably on clai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 4 January 1842

' 'Z'T&isx&-k rTuT.7 'glJvBWPfJWJSS T- Reported amendments to the bill directing the pub- lication of the decision of' the Supreme Court. Reported the inexpediency of making appropria- tions to pay for advertising lands for sale for taxes. Recommended the indefinite postponement of an 'act concerning the collection of taxes?' - Returned the memorial of the Hdn. A. B. Shelby and asked 'to be discharged from its consideration for want of information. . Reported the inexpediency of employing two legal gentlemen to revise the statutes of Texas. Requested to be discharged from the consideration of a bill to repeal certain .portions of an act concern- ing executions as the whole matter was before the House. The majority of the Committee to whom was re- ferred the petition of Jose Maria Cantin ; reported fa- vorably. Mr. Cooke presented the petition of John Craig ; re- ferred to Committee on Claims and accounts. Mr. Cooke presented the petition of B. F. Grayson ; Teferred to Commit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 4 January 1842

meritaud murder of Texion citizens and recommended its passage. Bill for the relief of Nathaniel Moore was passed. Bill for the relief of E. J. Felder was passed. Bill for the relief A. G. Kimball was passed. -Message received from the President announcing -that.- he had signed a bill for the relief of Adolphus - Sterne also a bill to extend the duties of Associate Justices of County Courts. A bill to permit Samuel McCu Hough to perpetuate . the evidence of the freedom of the two negro women Peggy and Rose was after a good deal of oppposition principally by Mr. Mayfield passed. 24 yeas; JTnays. Bill to lay out and organize the County of La Bacca was passed. Military Committee reported favorably on the bill for the redemption" of captives among the Keechie and other Indians. Mr. Jones of Gonzales offered a general bill for the relief of persons incaptivity to the Indians which was accepted as a substitute for the above and ordered to be engrossed. On motion of Mr. Mayfield Mr. Robins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 4 January 1842

.-- -. - a.. .-v fw-e'r " be abriff.. The sails were furled very little appear-' ed upon the deck and all the arrangements were those- of a vessel laid up for a long period of time. Descend- ing to the cabin the first object which was seen was a large Newfoundland dog coiled upon a mat and apparently-asleep. Upon touching the animal it was found to be dead and the body frozen to the haulness of stone. Entering the cabin was next seen a young lady seated at a table her eyes open and gazing with a mild and steadfast expression upon the new comers to that solitary spot. She was a corpse and in that apparently resigned and religious attitude had been frozen to death. Beside her was a young man who it appeared'was the brother of the lady and command- er of the brig. He too was dnd but sitting ;it the tabic and before him lay a sheet of paper upon which he had written the following words "Our cook has endeavored since yesterday morning to strike a light but in vain : all is over." At the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 6 January 1842

--'. : FiKrnii.'Wf'V'V--f J" v -" i -.tw Daily Bulletin Printed and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. i. AUSTIN CITY THURSDAY JANUARY 6 1842. NO. XXXI. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Tuesday Morning Jan. 4th. 1842. Present Messrs! Spanker. Bower Brown Caldwell Dancy Daniels Forbes Fowler Grimes Head He wet t N iebling Hunter Jones of Galveston Jones of Gonzales Kuykendall Landrum Latimer. McConnell Morris "arker of Fort Bend Parker of Houston Pattillo. Pen- nail Porter Raymond Roberts' Smith Usher Woods and Wynns. Mr. Porterpresented the petition of Willis I-I. Laud- rum; referred to Committee on Claims and Accounts. X-Mr. Darnell presented petition of Isaac Campbell ; referred to Committee on Claims and Accounts. Mr. Jones of Gonzales presented the petition of R. II. Chisholm and Horace Eggieston. Mr. Brown presented the petition of Sundry citizens of Nacogdoches county; referred to Committee on County Boundaries. Mr. Parker of Houston presented the pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 6 January 1842

- Cooke Dancy Daniels Darnell Dennis Forbes Grimes Head Hewett Neibling Hunter Jones of Gon- zales Kuykendall Landrum; McConnell Mayfield - Morris Parker of Fort Bend; Parker of Houston Pat- iillo Pennall Porter Roberts Robinson Usher' Wil- liamson Wood and Wynns. 32. Mr.-Smith of Fannin and Mr. Morris moved the pre- vious. question which the House resolved to have. Mi. Porter moved the suspension of the rule so as to pass the bill to its third reading. Opposed by Mr. Forbes and Mr. Mayfield the latter gentleman objecting very strongly to the power given to receivingofficers in the 6th section to redeem the Ex- chequer bills which he conceived would lead to dis- honest speculation. Mr. Jones of Gonzales said if the bill gave those officers power which they did not otherwise possess the objection urged might be reasonable but he con- ceived that the diffusion of the power of redemption would be beneficial to the currency and said there was no preventing that opportunitym'as much as i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 6 January 1842

A-communication was received from his Excellency the President inclosiug one from the Acting Secretary of the Treasury to him. and recommending its contents- to the consideration of Congress. The acting head of the Treasury recommends the allowance of a clerk for the Treasurer's Office and the re-establishment of the bureau of Commissioner of Revenue. Committee on the State of the Republic reported a hill for the incorporation of the Grand Lodge of the Republic of Texas with amendments. Recommended the reference of claim of Thomas Hanson to Com:nittecon Naval affairs. Recommended the indefinite postponement of the joint resolution for the survey of Trinity river. Recommended the indefinite postponement of the petition of Zylpha Husk Nelson Kavenaugh. Silas Porter Chance Grubbs and Henry Lynch free persons of color and sundry other memorials. Reported unfavorable on petition of D. Lauglilin. Asked leave to be discharged from the further con- sideration of the petition of H. Roberts. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 6 January 1842

72T ''-cst.;jrjij1 '--f TrrjvjtvrTS Mr. Cooke presented the petition of Lucy Hopkins for divorce. Referred to committee on ihe Judicia- ry. - " Mr. Cooke presented the petition of Dennis Walsh which was referred to committee ou Claims and Ac- counts. Military Committee requested to be discharged from consideration of petition of Alleu Killough. Mr. Van Ness introduced a bill to change the time and place for holding the Supreme Court. The Bill authorizing the President to issue exche- quer bills was read 3d time arid passed. Oa motion pi Mr. Robinson the Bill to recall the Loan Commissioners was taken up and ordered to be engrossed. . The fee bill was then taken up and a committee of conference appointed to meet a like committee from the Senate. House adjourned till 9 o'clock to-morrow morning. 3S3B"JS33rM?s:iir PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY S. WHITING. CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY JANUARY 6 1842. H5-The indisposition of two ofjhe handspf the office must serve as an excuse for our iTot ...

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