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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Monument — 30 July 1851

if SJx iJ'JaBHMtt-vii"' JL"1' L-"J1I'." T"" . ' ' - - HONOR TO THE BBAVEJ - - MoscMrNTALiCoMiTT.'" Y'-J- ' HeaIiRAXOE WEDNEBDAY. JULY 30(1851. """" ' " n0( 2; Terms. SrcicmrTroT S3Dollartpertnnttm InaJtanei Advsktiiins 81 Pf f laiitre for ilit first InBrtfion and W cant fur etch nbwqimnt ir.ieri.on. 10 lino or lata to cuniuitute outr. 'AiIvrrufmenU nvl marked with tbe miriibrr of ifiieniont win bet published unlit Ufml and thirled accordingly Fvr the Monumtntt LINES TtViMm fv viewing Ntnumtnt Hill. Steep rm J sleep on : no foeman's I'rcad Miall e'er disturb our rest t Your resting place is ljfe'd bed ; Your slumbers dct p arc blcss'd. "Willi prayer of those you diid to sate i (A sad but glorious lot ) Thtir falling tc-irs ml cvir lave Your i-cmoncs and the spoL hire wrapt in glory's robes you sleep Mournid missed by friends and foes; While pilriot hejrts thtir vigils keep O'er lour la&t dicp repose. Mci p on sleep on : jour names so bright On history's pige shall be That lliei s...

Publication Title: Texas Monument, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Monument — 30 July 1851

.-&&. 4. THE J. If. KLTKF.XBlLt Editor. Wednesday July 30 1851. Tub Wkatiibk. Tim weather Con- tinues warm. Once or twice tlurirfg the past week it became very cloudy anil looked portentous of rain; but us ;ci( nnuu has fallen. Cum crops would nut now bo bcniltcd by rain ; ami cafluii vve believe is not suffering fur tbu want of it. Austin County Tliii county U shuatnl nearly in tho ccnlrtf- f-wliai was called in colonial times. iMi.irisdiclinrinfAu-tuiofwhich San Felipe was the iapil.il. It lies on bulb vidua of tliu liraos river nnd il of very irregular slnpc. It 'n cstiunlcd to Lntbraco within 114 limit upwards of one ihnusaud two hundred pipmu miles. Along ibc river on citliur idc aru many cxIctMire cotton plantation; tbo large Fhvc-liiildcrs a is mini in (be South cultivating lliu alluvial bottom; whilst Ihusn with sin. ill forici anil moru limiteil means oreupy the riih imil liciltb) up- lands. I'll it portion of1 tbe nullity siin.itc'il 011 (be right able of tbo river...

Publication Title: Texas Monument, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Monument — 30 July 1851

K -f --- 4 Military Execution at Home The Journal dci Debals publishes tho follow- ing extract fiom a letter dated Koine tho Jth nit. "A terj painful ceremony tnolc place thU morning on the lin7za del Pnpulo. 'Ihc order for tho execution of llio iixli- .iduala condemned by the courts martini fur nitark on llie French sntdicn on tho let 3d nnd 4th of May arrived jcler- diy. The (icncral in command imme- diately called together the Presidents and (lovcrnment Commissioners of the two rnurl in order to consult nidi litem on tho ubject. At the termination of their tonfoicnrc S.irmonei and Sn ini were mdercd to prepirc for death when they immediately asked for a priest to adinin- itcr the last rites of religion. This morn ing the two prisoners left the Castlu of M. Angelo and were conveyed in a cart to the place of execution which was oc- cupied by detachments of all the different i egiments composing the garrison. Their ryea were bandaged and scarcely had their knec3 touched the ground w...

Publication Title: Texas Monument, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Monument — 30 July 1851

THE UNSEEN CITY. Br r. u. iiorac. 1 htrr it nn unseen city Afl old a llahylijn (There cro'urcs dwell hi nwnrw hdi-a Burrows and cwrmies darcr lift mole Poor exiles from the sun Tlie ever wakeful aurathe Messed moon fceeing'.io glory In the ntglit ornoon. It Is no bliclt banditti That warm these countlsM drijF ' W hero pidera wcavo above ih bcadjHf M tin rata- and mice Iwneath llie bed t Nor s'o iho regions fans t " Nr dt the inmates love the etfs ind tondi And penitential an of these unknown abodes Are they of monatrous features hlf oaf or bed! imit Whoaoll'n with sloth obscenely roll Midst filiti and gloom and odora Tout Cursing and cnried by light? Or ran tliey bu miiid natioua cf a land Cm i out from human t) c by God's iao hand 7 H'Ae are the hideous creatures' feet TrIocc wain divide! Ai'indrr I a lis cliuri !i mansion tec pie ! " II itrt the vide world's uerkttg ptoplt. Who dwell thus thrutt nude I Dur city li around--beneath behind And tiko niir iunud graves i iioinctciv none...

Publication Title: Texas Monument, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Monument — 28 January 1852

mm ifvr 'ivrtr- .. ; . . i-- IWM" r PuDMfliirn nv "The Tliir Vol. II. Terms. SeDietirrioit 83DolIirnpertnnuin tnijvauco. ADVittTitcKi 81 per aquore for tht first iiseiiion nd. 10 cent! for tuch iibitjquent InienloTtjp 10 linei orlei to coii-fipgt Biquir.jjP- A'lTfritifmenti not mDrketPitli iheber f Itienioiii will Ifl published uniilnoruiu and tbirged ceordinfljr. HOME. "Then the dinctplpf went awny unto tlitir own hoinca." John xx. 10. Wlicro burns the fireside brightest Chocring tho social breast! Where beats the fond hc&rt lightest. Its humble hopes possessed t "Where is the hour of sadncjt With mcckeycd patienn) borne- Worth more than those of gladness Which ml rili's gay checks adorn) Pleasure is marked by flcctness To those whoever roam. While grief itself has succtness. At home sweet home! There blend tho tics that strengthen Our hearts in hours of grief Die siHer links that lengthen Joy's visits when most brief j There eyes in all thtir splendor Are voce! to the heart; A...

Publication Title: Texas Monument, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Monument — 28 January 1852

s L THE KM. t. SHITII Edllor. Wednesday January 29 1852. BatS'r) called on lo solemnize the riles of matrimony in llio south-west corner of Kijcitc county no left La Grange at 0 o'clock of llio 22d inst.; crossed the ma- jestic Colorado nt llio county ferry free of charge lo all residing in llio counly proceeded through an extended prairie interspersed willi that durable evergreen which so signally characterises our coun- tr) the lire oak. Hero uo saw herds uf cattle quietly grazing on this vast prai- rie almost as far as our tisfon could reach f while to our right wo beheld the rich and beautiful farm of Col. Jon V. D.incy; lo our left wrchmfan interesting icw oflhe rugged ami picturesque sce nery presented from ilia sublime apex of .Monument Hill. Some 1 miles brought lis lo Buckner's Creek a tributary oflhe Colorado. The rich boitom of this stream is densely covered willi oak clcn ask tuttonwood sycamore hackberry cedar mid wild peach. Tlio last named growth is an ciergrccn grows...

Publication Title: Texas Monument, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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