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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1842

r Bally Kill l tin. K Printed and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per.montk T ? ;f rou i. AUSTIN CITY THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1842. no. xxxvn. xsii. V1 . selected -A I Inved her ! and her azure eyes Haunted me from sweet sunrise To the dewy evening's close Dying rosier the rose. Yet I said 'tis best to be - ' Free ind I again was free. But I changed ntid auburn hair Seemed to float upon the air .'Till I thought the orange flower " Breathed of" nothing but her bower. Yet I said 'tis best to be Free and 1 again was free Next I loved a Moorish maid -And her cheek of moonlight shade; Pale and languid left my sleep Not a shade hut her's to keep. Yet I said 'tis best to be Free and I again was free. But then came a lovlierone She undid ail they had done 1 loved I love her ah how well ! Language has no power to tell. Now the wonder is to me How I ever lived while free? Prom the New York American. " TUB DREARY EARTH. I've se?n the bride turn pale Beneath the wreaths she wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1842

' J---' HJ' ? telitiffilt3r. &MMfBgm rrtiiitiniT:nnmfin. vf & ? . . us s . fu?fl aaiyMr'si- iiiJ A tS ' EVENTff(GJU.a5SI0N.. - . - . - House'roet auorum present. TJill to-change the name of Charles Denny Morse to Charles De Morse was passed. Bill for tlie relief of Isaac Pierson was taken up and passed. L Resolution concerning the Austin City Post-oflice was taken up and passed. On mption of Mr. Darnell a joint resolution amend- ing the militia laws was passed. Mr. Latimer presented the memorial of the Hon. John M. Hansford: On motion .of Mr Mayfield the House went into secret session. After spending most of the evening in secret session the House ordered the doors to be opened. Message was received from the President returning several Bills creating Judicial Counties and a Bill to give those counties the same quantities of laud as oth-'' cr counties with his objections thereto. Message was made the special order of the day for Thursday at 7 o'clock P. M. Also returned a Bil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1842

i rr vy W yy mitm Is.. IK l e :aTuncUft Thediseffiseis:4siefte and & de'sperate 'tanust&Q applied or our existence as a nation must conie to;a speedy dissolution. 'Tis true Sir that I'Toted for permittirigthe citizens of ouruntry to'pay their taxes in the promissory notes'of Government; but: Sir I was greatly -'in the minority and was obliged". to acquiese according to the true Republican principle in the potent will "of the majority. . I am satisfied that the patriotic citizens of Robertson county- whom I am proud to represent on this floor will bear without a ipurmur an equal tax with the citizens in other; sec- tions of our Republic. Now Sir I maintain that the 6th section of this bill is the corner stone on which rests the entire fabric. On it. mainly depends the utility or inefficiency of the whole plan now contemplated. Strike it from the bill and you at -once defeat and de- stroy the only measure which will give our country re- lief from her many embarrassing difficul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1842

Tj MHifciBy;-rf'Tjfci f$C$tgrfiffa'i I t - V- m... Srf'S- i J"$ Jh. 'r m no PROSPECTa . ! . . " NOITERN STANDARD. v HSuqdfsrsiendprotiCKe topublish at Clarkesville Red Hiver (Txasj.a weakly cewapeVwhK'th'e above title. 'v ' s 'iiHe.paper win oe wiifaoy UHRhrs jle morse. -' ilt Is designed to represent "the peculiar interest of the great sec- tioaqk country bordring.uponjtne RecTRiver antf stretching down towatds the1 counties of Milam' and Robertson Nacogdoches and Shelby so far as it may be compatible with the general interests of tfce Republic and it will endeavor to represent the Views wishes nod necessities of the people of that section-in such manner as to five ihem due weight in the consideration of the country and the ictionof their government. It will look to that people for its prin- cipal support; though its conductor proposes to.fill it With such mat- ter as to render it an agreeable visiter to nearh every farm-house' id the Republic -'One of the undersigned is a practica...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1842

aily Bulletin. Printed and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. TOL. I. AUSTIN CITY SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1842. NO. XXXVIII. .HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Thursday Corning Jan. 13 842: Committee on County Boundaries reported favor- ably on petition of certain citizens of Montgomery co. to be annexec the county of Spring Creeki Committee' on Privileges and Elections Jno. Brown (red) chairman reported a substitute for the bill to a- mend an act to regulate elections Mr. Cooke presented the petition of Daniel Brown- Mr. "Williamson presented petition of sundry citizens of the town of-Washington: referred to committee on the state of the Republic. Mr. Robinson introduced a bill to incorporate the San Luis Bridge Company. Mr. Parker of Houston offered a resolution "that the committee on the Judiciary be instructed to ex- amine into the practicability or constitutionality of providing by law that Congress shall only meet every second year and report to the House by b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1842

V tf t' ' 4J-ij '..1. s Htae wetreBt-r-Messra; Speaker Brown CjjJliweJVC&oiie. Oriels; Daihel Dennis F$w4er Grimes. Head Hewett Niebling Hunter Jones o "Galveston Hand rum Latimer McConnell Patillo Pennall Porterx Raymond Roberts Smith. tJsherA Van ZJandt Williamson Wynns. Qn motion of Mr. Latimer Mr. Porter was excused from attendance on the House the balance of the ses- sion v Military Committee recommended the passage of a Bill to incorporate the San Augustine Light Horse Company. Mr. Robinson one of the managers of the impeach- ment of the Hon. John M. Hansford gave notice that the High Court of Impeachment had adjourned until Saturday. Bill amendatory of an act to regulate Courts of Ad- miralty was passed. Execution Bill was taken up and the substitute re- ported by Select Committee with various amendments offered were discussed until the House adjourned to 3 o'clock. 9 T PUBLISipD AND EDITBD BY S. WHITING. CITYOF AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1842. STjrWe witnessed on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1842

& Thk Steam-Ship Savannah. The apprehen- sions entertained for the fate of this vessel have un- fortunately been realized. She foundered off Cape Hatteras in a gale of wind on Sunday night the 29th ult Capt. Crane and a part of the passengers thir- teen in number left the vessel in one of her boats and after being 60 hours at sea without a drop of water and provisions was picked up by the brig Rowena Capt. Dill bound to Philadelphia who liberally sup- plied their wants and arrived with them at Cape May on Saturday the 4th December whence they were ta- ken by the steamboat Norwich Capt. Levy. The following individuals were left on board the steam- ship and there were still two boats in which there is a hopethey may have effected ah escape : Mr. Dnnscome 2d officer and 4 seamen. " Daniel Hill 2d engineer and 4 firemen. Mr.-Schneeder of South Carolina a passenger ; aud an engineer. N. Y. Cour. fy Enq.: Dec. 8. NAPOLEON: BY BROUGHAM. After Lafayette had quitted the armies of the Re-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1842

If."" the cattle on a thousand hills were made the food of the myriads whom he poured into the plains of Eastern Europe where "blood flowed in rivers and the earth was whitened with men's bones: but this gigantic en-? terprise Uniformly successful was found to have no object when .it had no longar an enemy to overcome and the victor in vain sued to the vanquished lor peace. The conflagration of Moscow in one night began his discomfiture which' the frost of another night com- pleted! Upon the pomp aud circumstance of unnum- bered warriors their cavalry their guns their maga- zines their equipage descended slowly flake by flake the snow of a northern night; " Tantaquc vis frigo- ris insecula est ut ex illd mbterabili hominum ju- meniorumque strage quum se quisque attollere ac levare vellctliu nequiret quia torpentibus rigore nervis vix flectere artus poterant." The hopes of Napoleon were blighted; the retreat of his armament was cut off; and his doom sealed far more irreversibly than ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1842

4 Daily Bulletin. Printed and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. ' Vol. i. AUSTIN CITY MONDAY JANUARY 17 1842. NO. XXXIX. x HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Friday Evening January 14th 1842. House met Quorum present. Mr. Wood moved the appointment of a committee of conference on the Exchequer Bill whereupon Messrs. Jones of Gonzales Williamson Raymond Van Ness. and McConneli were appointed said committee. Mr. Van Zandt moved to take up a bill to amend an act granting lands to emigrants with amendments from Senate: Mr. Mayfield moved an amendment that 320 acres of land be granted to all unmarried females who were over the age of 17 when they emigrated to the country. Adopted. Mr. Wood introduced a bill to re-organize the 6th Judicial District and regulate the time of holding courts therein. Appropriation bill being taken up House resolved it- self into committee of the whole Mr. Mayfield in the chair. Committee rose reported progress and asked leave to sit again...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1842

Mr.yyooArii&yed?;to take up the Execution Lawwll -3 ; waijghCrwas.yi&terday .ordered to be eiigrossed. . .. 1 ' t f ' "Mr'WilHamson-dppdsed itn account of the incon- sistencyoMaking such a course after refer ring another Bill ou the same subject.to a Committee though the gentleman said he really preferred the Bill now pro- posed to be taken up to the one from the Senate. Mr JR.aymondAvas auxious the Bill should be taken up. He wanted very much a chalige in the Execu- tion Law and he really believed that they would go home without doing.any thing unless it was done on this Bill. He said a Committee had just been appoint- ed on the Bill of the Senate but there was no proba- bility of their coming to an agreement. Mr. Brown said the Committee could report on Mon- day and certainly individuals or the country could not suffer much in the intermediate time. Mr. Darnell thought nothing would be done this session unless the Bill yesterday engrossed was taken up. . The gentleman said...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1842

V. "r k i h. 5 '? -'-'- sion. Another is ordered to attend and sent off with 'directions to make some distant corps support an ope- ration. The watch is again consulted; more impa- tient symptoms ; the name of one aid-de-camp is con stantly pronounced ; question after question is put whether any one is coming from a certain quarter; an event is expected ; it ought to have happened ; at length the. wisbed-fur messenger arrives " Fih bien ! Q.u'a-t-on faitla has?" "La hauteur est gaguee; le mareclial est la." "Qu'il tienne ferme pas un pas de movement." Another aid-decamp is ordered to bring up the Guard. " due le marechal av-.uce vers la tour eri defilant par sa gauche et tout ce qui se trouve a sa droit est prisonnier." Now the watch is consul ted and the snuff Is taken no more; the battle is over; the fortune of the day is decided ; the great Captain indulges in pleasantry ; nor doubts anymore of the certainty and of the extent of his victory than if he had already seen its details...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1842

A &$ marshaled in every way but they cannot compass it It must exist in the man m the subject and in the oc- casion. - Affected passion intense expression the pomp of declamation all may aspire after it they cannot reach it. It comes if it comes at all like the outbreak- ing of a fountain from the earth or the bursting forth of volcanic fires with spontaneous original native force. The graces taught in the schools the costly or- naments and studied contrivances of speech shock and dligust men when their own lives and the fate of their wives their children and their country hang on the decision of the hour. Then words have lost their pow- er rhetoric is vain and all elaborate oratory contempti- ble. Even genius itself then feels rebuked and subdued as in the presence of higher qualities. Then patriotism is eloquent; then self-devotion is eloquent. The clear conception out-running the deductions of logic the high purpose the firm resolve the dauntless spirit speaking on the tongue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1842

Pnily Bulletin. - i . ' "ii Printed and Published' every morning at Ojie Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY TUESDAY JANUARY 18 1842. NO. XL. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Monday Morning Jan. 17. House met Present Messrs. Speaker Brown Brower Cooke Dancy Daniels Darnell Dennis Fowler Grimes Head Hewett Hunter Jones of Gal- " veston Jones of San Patricio Kuykendall Landrum Latimer McConnel I Parker of Forr Bend Parker of Houston Patillo. Penrmll Raymond Roberts Usher Williamson Wood Wynns. Mr Porter presented the petition of William H. Fore. Referred to Committee on Public Lands. Mr. Mayfield presented communication from Hon. J. M. Hansford which was read requesting1 permission to read evidence against him given before Committee of Examination which request was granted. Mr. Williamson presented the petition of Daniel J. Toler with Joint Resolution accompanying. Rules were -suspended and resolution passed. Committee on State of the Republic reported favo- rably on Bill t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1842

ri i a" r .. r 7 if ( said thlJtOa Gi very-prober forj J' He .Said there might be occasion injhat. depart- ment to withhold the information ; but when it came to the purse of the nation he should like to know up- o i what ground and by what right a knowledge of its disbursements should be kept from the Representatives of the People. If such a course were pursued the money of the nation could be used to subsidize agents for the Executive and misapplied in any way that functionary might jthink proper. The gentleman here referred to the President's Message and read where it said " the People must be heard and their rights protect- ed; the Constitution must be observed the laws i must be obeyed.5' And he said the voice of the Peo- ple should be heard and their rights maintained. The v gentleman then referred to the Committee which had been authorized at the beginning of the session to ex- amine into the offices of the Department and said if the House had power to make direct examination...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1842

".ri.MwAv " 1 '- r C-L?---t-J!vC' t l j h : 1 s. .A V lunteers are the unwitting causes' of this veto. Many of those brave men who were in that campaign are not able to-spend their time money and services in de--fetice of their country without any consideration. t They ask this Congress to place them upon the same -footing with others. Many lost more on that cam- tpaign than' they will ever receive for it. Some 1 be- iljeve returned without even a horse. It seems to ;have been unfortunate for the expedition that success attended it. I fondly hope that this house will never -decide that it is a crime tor our fellow-citizens to serve their country faithfully and well'. - Mr. Jones of Gonzales said he thought the Presi- dent had given the strangest reason for vetoeiug this bill that he had ever heard of. He said hereafter the rule wqnld be in determining whether a soldier was entitled to pay whether he had been successful or not ; and if he had he should have no pay. The gent did not w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1842

&- n v r '; refill wq&PWW xl l A wl I3F fe't3- k mm RECOMMEND! lOBT BT THK PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OP TEXAS. WHEREAS it has become a custom among the civilized and Christian nations of theearthto render evidence of na- tional calamities and national 'blessings "by the public manifestation oftheir respect for the religiottsobservance of certain days for fasting and prayer: and whereas Ibis is a decorous and becoming acknowledgement of that feeling which evinces to our fellow men and to nations that we entertain a profound belief in the existence -of an Almighty God who controls the des'inies of the world whose favor we invoke and whose wrath we deprecate: and where- as the Texian people have been objects of the peculiar care and interposition of a Divine Providence; and after the chastisements of His will He has manifested His abundant kindness by ena- bling them to occupy a place among the independent governments of the earth : Therefore Be it known that I Sanf Houston Pre...

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