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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 7 January 1842

.-. Paily Bulletin Printed and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY FRIDAY JANUARY 7 1842. NO. rXXXIL t" TtftfO XV If T "- - For the Bulletin. THE TEXIAN NAVY. Float on proud Navy whilst a foe To Texas breathes In Mexico; Till every tyrant on her shore Shall tremble at the name of! u Moore."1 Show out your penant to the breeze. The proudest banner on the seas And loftiest 'mid the cloud of war Shall gleam the bright the " Texian Star." Bound lighty oJer the gladsome wave ' That leaps to meet the daring brave ' Till freedom and the rights of man Triumphant smile o'er" Yucatan'" Vengeance rides in your cannon's roar And nerves the arm that strikes each blow Till every heart in Mexico Recoils to hear "the Alamo" City of Austin 1S42. T. F. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Thursday Morning Jan. 6th 1842. Present Messrs. Speaker Bower Brown Caldwell Cooke Dancy Daniels Forbes Fowier Grimes Head He wet t Niebling Hunter Jones of Galveston Kuyken- dal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 7 January 1842

- Grimes Head Neibling Hunter Jones of Galveston Jones of Gunziles Kuykcndall Mayfield Morris Par- ker of Prt 15and Pattillo Pennall Raymond Uobin- 6on Smith Van Ness. Wiliiamson Wood. Wynns 2'i. N ys Messrs. Speaker Brown Caldwell Dai icy Daniels Dennis Hewctt Laudrum. Latimer. Met'on- " nell Parker of Houston Porter; Roberts and Van Zandt 15. N t bain.; twvthirdun the affirmative the motion was lost and the question was then taken on the pas--sage of the hill. Yeas Messrs. Speaker. Biown Ca'dwel- Darnell Heweit Neibling Jones of Gonza'es. handium. Lati- mer MeConnell PiirkiiCof Houston Paltillo Porter Rolvrts. Van Ness and Van Zandt. 1C. Nays Messis. Bower. Cooke. Daney Danielr. Den- nis Forbes. Fowler. Giimes Head Hunter. Jones of Qotizt'os Kuykendall. Maylie'd. MorrK Paiker of Fort Btjiid P.-nna!l. Raymond. Robinson Smith. Wil- liamson. Wood and Wynns.- 22. Mr. Morrjs moved to reconsider the voti; just taken 60 as to iiitrod'ic-f the substitute for the. bill. Messrs Cooke ;lid V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 7 January 1842

Uemnrl.s of Mr. Forbes on motion to strike out Qfh section of the Bill providing for Funding- (he Public JJcbl In d temping the moms of this Oil I !lr. Speaker gentlemen' have insisted that there was no difference between the promissory notes of tin; Government and the various stocks cre.-ited under authority of the laws passed by Congress for fu:. ding the public dbt. The friend-! of the (th section have assumed the ground that all the liabilities 'if the Government rested on tin; same basis that they were all of the .ame dignity and that we con'd draw no distinction between them.. To my understanding. Sir tbeie is a wide a. pal able difference. The holders ol the old funded debt paid in many instances valuab'c considetatiois in full for tlie amount he'd: and. Sir the fact can he established that it edst a majority of the ho'deis fiom 40 to 0 cents. 'fjihe.-Governinent was in debt not oi-Jy to its citizens.d'iut to foieigners for supplies furnished at a perjod when it was destitute...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 7 January 1842

ter that mighty battle which closed the career of Buo- naparte andvstayecPthe wholesale murders and at the disbanding' of part of the British army the remains of a troop of horse belonging to the Scotch Grays were brought to the hammer. The captain being rich a man of feeling was loath to see these noble fellows turned into butcher baker and beer-house dogs after helping to drive the French from Spain and to turn the1" flank of the Invincibles at Waterloo. He therefore bought the whole lot and set them loose in one of his fine grass-parks to wear away their old days in peace. One summer evening when it was just dark enough to render darkness visible a vivid flash was instantly followed by a loud report of thunder. At this moment the horses were grazing leisurely and apart from one another ; but seeing the blaze and hearing the report they tfteught a battle had begun. In a minute they were in the centre of the field all drawn up in line their ears quivering with anxiety like the leaf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 8 January 1842

!"& -t'?'" " V JDaily Biilletiii & Printed and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY SATURDAY JANUARY 8 1842. no. xxxin. t g HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Friday Morkikg Jan 7th 1S42. Hnn.se met: present Messrs. Spoaker Bower Brown Caldwell Duucy Dan ids Dennis Fowler Grimes. Head. Hewett Neibliug Hunter Jones of Galveston Jones of Gonzales Kuykenkall Landrum Latimer McCounefl Morris Parker of Fort. Bend Parker of Houston. Pennal I Porter Raymond Roberts Smith Van Zaudtaud YVilliamson. t ' Journals of tho preceeding day having been read and approved Mr Van Ness rase and said that legal investigation was about to be had of the unfortunate affair "of the evening previeus (the rencountre between Messrs. Kaufman and Mayfieid) and that several of the members would be required to attend as witnesses and as it. would be impossible to retain a quorum lie moved an adjournment to 3 o'clock which was carried. EVENING SESSION. House metquorum pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 8 January 1842

T v ' Vv'4' 'iV 4- I I r 1 PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY & WHITING. CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY JANUARY 8 1842. & SdpThe examination of the unfortunate affair of yes- terday has been going on all day and last night and is not yet concluded. The House of Representatives adjourned yesterday morning and also at an early hour in the evening on account of the number of members required as witnesses. The Republic is re- presented by Messrs. H. J. Jewjeit and A. M. Tpjiinkms.. On the part of Col. Mayfield Judge Webb Col. Potter Mr. Van Ness Mr. Tod Robinson Mr. Barry Gillespie JudgeMiljSj and 'others have volunteered their services. -xiL . We'are afraid the affair will prove fatal to MivKauf- man for whom a great deal of sympathy is manifested. .Such difficulties beside their unfortunate result to the parlies concerned set a bad example to the imita- tive portion of the community and induce an uneasy unsettled feeling in society tending to the severance of kindly association. There s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 8 January 1842

iltt Remarksrof. Messrs Cooke and Van Ness on tke - Supreme Court Bill 'Mr. XtJoqk-Siud lie could not understand the conduct ofholi'?geiitienien on this subject aud-especial ly those hondraBleVgentlenien from the West and amongst theui tljfPBexar delegation. Their conduct is not faithfulto'the interests they were sent here to repre- sent ; it is fraught" with political legerdemain and jug- gling or lam unconscious in what such conduct' is manifested. 1 have voted against the division of the Supreme Court first because I believed it to be un- constitutional'.; aud secondly because it was presented to me as a compromise on a subject that could not be compromised even granting that honotable gentlemen meant to keep good faith : I allude to the seat of go- vernment question with regaid to which all plights and vows of quiescence silence or forbearance are made without" sincerity. The bill for the division of the Supreme Court however was engrossed ; aud its engrossment supported by the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 8 January 1842

svi.V?Sj35 WWW3' ZT - - -- - TV- -.- Cssfew r r-A rwflNS-tpert&nrlro toofca largjcopyJqffWal JDictionW-m?tbisr'Cffice. is- remiesfed-t i& v. ? um nh: 182. F PREMIUM OR Gold and Silverwill-be paid'by S. ' dec. 31. WHITING at ilns otiice. FOU?fD. A POCKET BOOK containing several hundred dollar certifi- cates of deposit-and funded debt of the Republic ot Texas with Oihef valuable papers. The owner of the same can have it by proving pfeperty.andpaying for advertising 4jn application at hLsoffice. ' pec. 31-. S. WHITING. GOVERNMENT PROPERTY TAKEN ! npHE Person who has taken away without leave from the late .L President's. dwelling one mattress one pillow one twister and two linen'sheets marked "Lamar" will return the same without delay otherwise a prosecutoli will be instituted the present Execu tive not-being disposed joencou rage sucu practices. "AustinDec 37th; lfcyi. H-3t . Vt&Xi NOTICE. A meeting of the members oi the Bar now at the Seat of Govern- ment will take place t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 10 January 1842

y Bulletin Printed and PisblisSied every moruiiiff at One Doilar and Fifty Cenls per month. V(L. I. AUSTIN CITY MOXDYY JANUARY 10 1812. NO. XXXIV. fll fill HOUSE OF REPRLSKNTATtVK.S. Friday. December 2-Rh 1SU. House met Present Messrs. speaker Hrowri. Ca!d- well. Dnncy Daniels Darneii Dennis Forbes. Fowler Grimes Head. Hewott. Hunter Kuykendall Laudrum. Latimer McConnell. Niebling Parker of Houston Pa- tillo Pennall Roberts Rohiuon. Smith Van Zandt. Wood and Wynns. Mr. Mayfield presented the petition of sundry citi- zens of Nacogdociies county; referred to committee on County Boundaries. The committee on Claims and Accounts reported want of evidence on claims of Lewis Sanchcs. William M. Williams G. W. Wriirht and asked to be dischar- ged from their consideration. (Jiaitii of Lewis Sanches re-comniittcd to a select committee. Select committee reported bill for the relief of Ro- bert J. Calder which rules being suspended was passed. Mr. Wynns presented the petition of Zylpha Husk cin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 10 January 1842

lj ..-ji; Resolution adopted. Resolution- for the relief of A. Q. Kimball amend- ments of Senate concurred in. Communication of the President read enclosing the correspondence requested by the House between the late Secretary of the Navy and A. C. Hintoti Esq. Mr. Raymond was excused as a witness before the Committee of Examination. . Chief Clerk excused. Bill for the relief of Capt's Roberts Jackson and Sowell's companies of rangers. Amendments of Sen- ate concurred in. A bill for the redemption of certain prisoners. Amendments of the Senate concurred in. A bill explaining certain duties of the Commissioner of the General Land Olfice. Amendments of the Sen- ate concurred in. A bill creating a Penitentiary Code was taken up. Read 1st time by its caption. On motion of Mr. Brown the bill to organize the county of Rusk was taken up. Rules suspended and bill passed. Bill for the relief of Armistead Bonnet and Thomas Lagow. Amendments of the Seunle concurred in. Bill for the reliefof M. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 10 January 1842

debt but they wish the law not to be repealed. Sir the annual interest on the funded debt amounts to one .hundred and sixty thousand dollars in actual cash al- most as much as our entire annual income. Who I must ask honorable gentlemen is willing- to pile up such a mountain of debt? And for this interest too I would inform gentlemen the public faith is pledged annually to pay in gold and silver ; yet not one dol- lar of which interest has yet been paid by the Gov eminent. Does it not seem Mr. Speaker more man- ly candid and honest in us to make such an arrange- ment as will ensure some pay to the creditor and not hring ruinand disgrace upon our impoverished coun- try? To me. Sir it certainly does. Honorable gentlemen make a wide distinction in the liabilities of the Government the funded debt and the promissory notes. They were both as I have already stated made by a solemn enactment of the Government ; and the promissory note in the hands of the citizen or any other holder is as m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 10 January 1842

- .1 FOR SALE. fpHE Nine Acre Lot well known as the residence of the under- - signed with the improvements upon it. The situation is the finest about Austin : the improvements arc sufficient for comfort; ble residence ; the lot is in fine order for cultivation and the tenns are very reasonable. The place is ready for immediate occupancy every thing about it being in pood older. The well upon the premises afford excel- nt water and in gi eater quantity than any other in or near Aus- a. Application must be made immediately. Austin Jan. 10. CHARLES De MOUSE. NOTICE. raiHE person who took a large copy of Walker's - Dictionaty. from this Office is requested to re- tnrn it. Jnn. 3 1842. found. A POCKET BOOK containing sevei.il hundred dollar certih- - cites of deposit and funded debt of the Republic ot Teas 'VJlh oilier valuable papeis. The owner of the same can have it V proving propeitv and paving for advettising. on application ai hisoffice. ' dec.iU.J S. WHITING. PHILIP EVANS FsHlCVHI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1842

r .-. y. '- "" - .- . "N3B:32-!PB lKfc''VWL - .W 5?w - :- '. i fc- 'S- "Jr J SB . oSfr - ; " :Eninf and Published :ewj:yvmormns - at Dm Dollar -and Fifty Cents- 1)er month. ""r" '5r'-i T - .lTrCC-r :SCi n -. jij. : ! . V. . ' AUST?IinftvTS-BSDAJA-KUARy-Iira8: no; xxxy. Kill I I'll II. - "T- -tr JBB. JBHJHL' '"k. j?''- .-SiS- V.n - 'Ti'-MTiMTii-taTfri i;mTYrTlrt " - HUfc JSK.UK ltUii'JlKJShiiVlvA'r.i V li. ? f- &&.. JVIdNDAY .'ail. 9; t-- -.-. - :-.. v -; - v .'f - . v-.- - ' V - -V resA? AlsrstsSpeVike'r; Dancy D.aniejsiu no! I vnrJnis'lfeowjeiV? Gifunes ' Head! Hewet.t '-iXiuhJiuff ' jjurtter Jjoes..of G'uvjBsjtt). .Ipnespf Gonzales Lan .; oWtln ;Luiim FdrtBend: 1 Jtpfi4tSiiSgith-UJiprVWbods5yy''s-. ?";'' . j JiVjraLtfcenvEif taiice' rvttj)0rteCa:- .Bij!. niaking .np- i.'ropViauiiij.nJrtfGovenjmentiorJlte year-'1842.- v a (oaimUteoiiTaiinlindA reporttVcf Bills . i "Hr the eftefirif'Tteiinfs "Walsh and John DayiX- sZ v"jndmmrtteer'etunicd4fi ther claims in their pos.r. -so i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1842

& er If I were a lady I would be attending to the domes- tic concerns of the household and not be walking the streets endeavoring to attract the attention of tho J beaux and spinning street yarns when I ought' to be spinning stocking yarn at home. If T were an editor I would write to please myself ' as well as my customers so far ns'i was able without the expectation of always doing the one or the' other. If I was a subscriber to a newspaper I would al- ways pay for it punctually and never find fault be- cause it sometimes happened that- there was nothing in it which particularly interested me especially-when there was nothing to put in it. But that little word if is is apt to be in the way and to disconcert all one's good intentions and charita- ble actions and. if not so fiequently made a proviso and a base to good" actions many more deeds of chari- ty might be accomplished. But without any more ifs or ands it is certain we can often do a good deed when we don't ! and if is a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1842

H JTj-Extracts from the Message of President Tyler to the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States: JI herewith suhmit the correspondence which has recently taken place between the American Minister at the Court of St. James Mr. Stevenson and the Minis- ter of Foreign Affairs of that Government on the right claimed by that Government to visit and detain vessels sailing under the American flag and engaged in pro- securing lawful commerce in the African seas. Our commercial interests in that region have experienced considerable increase and have become an object of much importance and "it is the duty of this Govern- mant to protect them against all improper and vexa- tious interruption. However desirous the U. Statesfmay be for the suppression of the slave trade they cannot ""consent to interpolations into the maritime code at the mere will aud pleasure of other Governments. "We deny the right of any such interpolation to any one of nil the natious of the earth without...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1842

the Hon. Richard Morris has presided upon the bench during1 the term of the District Court just elapsed. Resolved That the earnest wishes of the members of the Bar and the people of the District will be con- sulted in the election of Judge Morris to the bench for the ensuing judicial term. Resolved That Peter W. Gray Esq. in the dis- charge of his duties as District Attorny for this Dis- trict has" manifested high promise and that his dili- gence and industry entitle him to the highest common-' dation. And that his re-appointment will secure gene ral approbation. Resolved That copies of these resolutions be pre- sented to Judge Morris and P. W. Gray Esq. and be furnished to the Houston papers for publication and that the Austin papers be requested to re-publish them. On motion C. W. Buckley J. P. Andrews and Ben- jamin F. Tankersley were appointed a Committee to carry into etiect the last resolution. B. G. FRANKLIN Chairman. A. P. Thompson Secretary. FOR SALE. rpHE Nine Acre Lot wel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 12 January 1842

Si Printed and Published every morninr at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1842. NO. XXXVI. aily Bulletin. M : THE TWO MAIDENS. 'One cnmc with light and laughing air -. - Ana GUeeics UKe open oiossoms ; Bright gems were twined amid her hair - ." - And glittered on her bosoms ; And pearls and costly bracelets deck Her round white arms and lovely neck ; 'Like summer sky with stars begirt The jewelled robe-around her; And dazzling as the noontide light The radiant zone that bound her ; And pride and joy were in her eye And mortals bowed as she passed by. Another came : o'er her mild face A pensive shade was stealing ; Yet there no grief of earth we trace But that deep holy feeling Which mourns the heart should ever stray From the pure fount of bliss away ; Around her brow a snow drop fair . The glossy tresses cluster ; No pearl nor ornament were there Save the meek spirit's lustre ; And faith and hope beamed from her eye And angels bowed as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 12 January 1842

Amendment of .Mr. Robinson adopted. j. Mr. FoWler moved that one dollar per-head be Charged onall slaveyjntroduced into the country. ; Ayes 12. Noes 25. : - : Mr. Williamson moved to reconsider the vote put- ting a duty upon bagging rone and twine. - . Mr. Forbes-movd the previous question. Ayes 23. . Noes' 16.- -..-.. The question was then taken on passing the Bill to a third reading; Ayes - 23. Noes 15. Select Committee I. Van" Zandt Chairman to whom was referred the Execution BilIjeported a sub- stitute. 10 0 copies' ordered to be .printed.. Bill for the location of the Supreme' Court was ta- ken up. House adjourned without any final action upon it. PUBLISHED AND EDITED EY S. WHITING. CITY OF. AUSTIN. TEXAS. " WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12" 1842. SCErrata. In our paper of the 4th Mr. Roberts is represented as presenting the petition of N. B. Gar- ner. The. petition was presented by the Speaker. JTjThe Supreme Court is in session and proceed- ing rapidly -with business. Judges Jack and Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 12 January 1842

?"SSPBW f Vr ws- ;-" 4v.A-.i- " JJlQWe pablish the'followinas possessing perhaps' tome; interest td"-oUr-fair readers. - 7$bgBali at Boston. We find in the Boston Tran- scriptWe annexed description of the dresses of several . of the ladies who were present at the Ball given to the Prince cle- Join ville. We feel- assured that many of our fair readers will be gratified by the publication : - TheCbuntess Vespucci. A dress of claret velvet in Jength approaching a train confined round the waist. vrith cord and tassel of gold bullion. The make ot the robe.lbw on the shoulders and lace chemisette. Head- dress a velvet cap embroidered in gold with lappets of -'the'same with jrold fringe. !s Miss a xobe of blue tulle worn over blue silk. The' over dress open in 'front and confined to the skirt '- with yarieirated roses. Hair ornamented with rosesva- riegafed disposed en coronet on The brow. Miss a skirt of silver muslin with bodice of black velvet the sleeves looped with diamonds. The -'who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 12 January 1842

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