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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1841

y Bulletin Printed and Psiblishcd every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 1841. NO. XI. Willi HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES Thursday Morning Dec. 9. 1811. House met Roll called. Present Mr. Speaker Messrs. Bowers. Brown Caldwell Cooke Dancy Dan- iels Dedinis Forbes Fowler. Grimes Head Hewett Hunter Jones of Galveston Jones of Gonzales Kuy- kendall Latimer. McConneli. Morris Parker of Fort Bend. Parker of JIoui.on. Patillo Tcnuail Porter. Ro- berts Van Zaudl "Vf od Wynns. Mr. Jones of Galveston resented a petition of sun- dry members of the Bar. praying the adoption of the common law system of pleading. Referred to t.:e Committee on the Judiciary. Mr. Forbes presented the pelilion of .lames M. Har- ris of Bastrop county in relation to mail contracts.. Referred to the Committee on Post-oflices and Post- roads. Mr. Darnell of the Committee on Military Affairs re- ported on the petition of Capt. Thos. N. Greer and re- commended the passag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1841

gress did not positively object to it he had taken it for granted that he might set it on foot. It might result in glory to the Nation but even if it did he would still op- pose it. He would oppose all efforts to trample upon the Constitution. Our Treasury had been broken in upon and its means squandered. Unlawful appropria- tions had b6en made to carry out their wild schemes by .an Executive who gave no other reason than that it had been a favorite with him. But .to th point under 'discussion. His sending out of the Navy was the regu- lar consequence of the Santa Fe expedition and gotten up to sustain it. Did the Executive not send to the nearest Mexican post ex dcdimus -potest alem Com- missioners who reported that all was quiet and no prospect of invasion and yet he had sent out the Navy. He would explain who the people of Yucatan were they were Mexicans nothing else. And who were Mexicans? A semi-civilized race faithless whenever opportunity offered. He would ask Hon. Gentlemen ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1841

she collected no direct tax and if we cut off her rev- enue. we humbled her and then he said we might by- extortion procure the recognition of our independence when we could not otherwise get it. The Gentleman from Washington said Yucatan had no navy to co-operate with us; but he reads in the newspapers that they had one brig and two schooners. Peraza represented the same and thought that Navy about equal to our own. He said the Yucateeos did not consider their Navy alone sufficient and therefore they wanted our assistance. He would now consider the law of last Congress for laying up the navy and he thought it a curious com- pound. (The gentleman here read the law.) Now Sir if an army of 20000 men were on the Medina or Nueces of what use would it be to send out a licet. How would they check an army on land. Our ves- sels could never be sent out till they had first been to New Orleans to refit and the President would haArc been criminally negligent if he had waited until he saw the M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1841

PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY S. "WHITING. CTTY OF AUSTIN TEXAS! FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 1S41. tCj The length of the Congressional Reports in our paper of to-day excludes all Editorial matter. Even as it is. we are unavoidably late in its publication. ECFVe are requested to announce Major Asa Brtic- ham as a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing election on Monday next. Ujj Indian News. Captain McCullpuch with a party of nineteen men from Gonzales has just returned from the mouth" of the San Saba. Near the mouth of the Llano they came upon the spies of the "Waco tribe . of Indians and killed two and dispersed the balance. The spies were five in number and the main body of the tribe about twenty-five. They were pursued five or six miles above the San Saba and the Indians then made their escape. e. THE PRINTER. s I pity the Printer" said my uncle Toby. " He is a poor creature" rejoined Trim. "How so?" said my uncle. " Because in the first place (continued the Corporal looking full upon my uncle) be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1841

FT Bulletin. . Printed and Published every mormiiff at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. vol. I. AUSTEN CITY MONDAY DECEMBER 13 1841. NO. XIII. H Hi HfSi H 111 llv jBLW Wo JUL Jy ' t iK ' A NATIONAL MELODY NOT YET SET TO MUSIC BY HORN. As a sensitive 'coon lay sleeuing one dav. The sound of a wood-cutters hatchet he heard ; So lie jumped on a stump to see what was to pay.. . And thus did lie sing aye.' lie sung iike a bird : "' Wood: nan spare that lv.ee! Touch not a single bough :' In youth it sheltered me. And Til stick to if now." Hard by in a pine sat a sober o!d owl A fanning himself in the cold" western breezes. And lie wore on his features a horrible scowl freezes. As he sung to the zephyrs that swept through the :; Blow 0 blow ye gentle breezes All among the ilowers and treezos Till yougive ray blood the freezes."' ' A skunk and a 'possum then met. clung ; And they shook hands and kissed and most lovingly For they'd vowed years ago that they ne'er would forget One anothe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1841

fs-5Wa'! i.!-''S"ft-"i'". - fie'iM& - sw . A I V AM&MMiair u iiiiiiirMWMaii had taken the right course; we had sent out a fleet at the expense of the enemy. The Gentleman from Har- ris had spoken of the cotton-fields) and the farm-houses. He said these were to be found where that Gentleman lived and where he ' lived; but they were not to be found in the West. Gentlemen had talked of the ex- istence of peace but he was unable to comprehend such a peace. If is was a'peace ft was of a kind that brought much pain and difficulty upon the people. Gentlemen had also introduced foreign matter into this discussion. He contended that it was very wrong to do so for the purpose of aggravating and exciting feel- ing upon this question. The Santa Fe expedition had nothing to do with this question and that if the Execu- tive had transcended propriety in that affair it should not be mixed up with this question. House adjonrned to 3 o'clec P. M. Friday Evening. House met quorum present. Appr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1841

T ii;-m m i 'OliTlW. J -v HfeWt V; - r V we cskher mediation and then seize fan opportunity to stab our enemy to the vitals. He saiid England would now have the right to claim the payment of the five millions that we were to pay for successful mediation whether she succeeded or not. She might aviih pro- priety say" that while the arrangement was pending we Jiad taken an opportunity to clraw a dagger and stab our enemy to the vitals. He said we should have wait- ed for the mediation that it had not yet been attempted; and he read letters of Mr. Packenham to sustain his position- He said we should not have pfciyed off this shuf- fling: and dealing of cards we should have abstained. The Gentlemen alluded to the vessels which were said to be building in New-York for Santa Anna and said the navy could not have been sent out to 'defend us a- gainst vessels which were yet upon the stocks. He said that argument was a petty subterfuge. He said the ex- cuses for sending off the navy were fals...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1841

-?" Vl Trrr .J . I 'l- . '"J .' F f f ? . nv A':k3 V ' ' w &- 75; forcible. If anything1 was to'be -done by assistance immediate action was important ; the right of the Ex- ecutive to direct the "incipient stages of a treaty is un- questionable. If the Senate were unwilling to ratify the arrangement that refusal would bring back the navy to our ports before any service had been rendered and no damage would have been done as all the pre- paratory movements were at the expense of Yucatan. Whether the' contingency had occurred which author- ized the Executive to keep the navy out in the first place is a disputed point upon either side of which much may be said; and as it is not of a determinate character and that functionary was entrusted with a discretion he is entitled to tie benefit of the doubt and not open to censure. If gentlemen do not like the ex- ercise of a discretion they should restrict it if they can or employ an agent who will think with them and it is rather difficul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 14 December 1841

mwrmww i- i t- Paily Bulletin. Printed aud Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY TUESDAY DECEMBER 14 1841. NO. XIV. Dec. 13. After some oiher business of no general interest the House adjourned until 11 o'clock A. M. At 11. the House met pursuant to adjournment in the rear of the Capitol where a covered platform had been .erected "for the ceremonies of the inauguration: back and above which were flags of the battalions taken at San Jacinto and in the centre the portrait of Austin. An awning had been stretched over head and chairs were ranged around for the members of the Senate and House and the ladies. On the platform were seated the President pro tern of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives. The rolls of the res- pective Houses were called and shortly after' the com- mittees to whom it had beon assigned to wait upon the Piesident and upon the President and Vice President elect made their appearance accompanied by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 14 December 1841

m ' and Mexico when the president issued the order for our navy to co-operate 3with that of Yucatan against our common enemy;' We had made every proposi- tion which a just honorable and magnanimous nation should do and had been treated with contempt. When our Commissioner applied during the last summer to the Mexican Government through her Britannic Ma- jesty's Minister to make a treaty of peace and offered to assume the payment of one million of pounds ster- ling of the foreign debt of Mexico what answer did he receive 1 tie was told that they would not consent to a dismemberment of the territory of the Mexican Re- public and that they would never " bind themselves to an act equivalent to the sanction and recognition of slavery." Ail hope of succeeding by a pacific policy had vanished ; news had reached ibis country that Mexico was endeavoring to procure a navy which . could drive that of Texas from the Gulf. and. that they designed blockading our ports. Yucatan had thrown off the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 14 December 1841

. DAILY BULLETIN Published and Edited by SAMUEL WHITING The undersigne'd this day issues the first number of the Daily -t Bulletin for the purpose of giving day by day a synopsis of the- proceedings in Congress skeletons of debates which arc of general interest and furnishing the.news of the clay as it is received in an- ticipation of the weekly papers. To this will be added occasional comment upon publicproceedings-- notices of public men and a general and spirited presentation of events to interest the reading community during the session of Congress. It is presumed that the close of one Administration and the induc- tion of another will furnish much to interest the country at large; and it is also presumed that accurate notices of men and things at such a period with such literary variety as may be within control of the publisher will make the Bulletin a desirable visitant at the residence of those citizens of the country whose avocations require their attention at home but who f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 14 December 1841

T corded In history he had Italy and Austria at his feet the horrors of war far removed from the limits of .Prnnce and peace at his command. Encouraged by an example so illustrious let us use the means which we have under our control to annoy our perfidious and vindictive adversary. Let us make her feel some of the evils which have heretofore afflict- ed us ; let us keep onr navy on the Mexican coast and lay every town village and hamlet under contribution until our independence is recognized by the Mexican Government. The more violent the storm the shorter will 1;2 its duration : and when the hurricane of war shall "have passed and our sky shall have been cleared of the clouds which have so long obscured it we will be able to enjoy a' succeeding peace with all its happy and glorious results. PUBLISHED AND EDITED EY S. WHITING. CITY OF AUSTIN TKXAS. TUESDAY DECEMBER 14 1841. 1 UjP The Ball of last evening went off merrily. The Senate-Room was densly- filled until one o'clock this mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 15 December 1841

'I Printed -and Published every "moriihig at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I ; AUSTIN CITY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15 1841. NO. XV. '-WftWtl?tJt i- I " l . i Ba ily Bulletin. i. f T. Moore. ' A BALLAD By This Ballad is completely Moorish -and. reminds us . very -much of the talented authors early "product i oris. The melody seems to be talceti from a waltz. The " words will be read with pleasure. They are : "("tome play me that simple strain again 1 used to'love in life's young day. And bring if thou canst the dreams that then Were weaken 'd by that sweet lay:. 'The tender gloom its strain - ' ' '. Shed o'er the heart and brow ; Griefs shadow with.oirtits.pain Say where where is it now? But play me the well known air once more. For thoughts of youth Still haunt its strain Like dreams of some far fairy shore We're never to see again. V-Sweet air how every note brings back Some sunny hope some day-dream bright That shining o'er life's early track Fill'd even its tears with lig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 15 December 1841

?mm7?!f$ S J PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY S. WHITING. J7 A CITY OF AUSTIN TKXAS. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15 1841. 33 A meeting will be held at 7 o'clock this evening" i at the Bexar Exchange for the purpose of making ar- ( rangements for the public ball to' be given to Gen". M. B. Lamar on Monday evening next. 3 The last mail fromNew Orleans brought us dates to 30th Nov. and I'exas money is quoted at 13 a 15 cents pr. dollar Government 8 and 10 per cent bonds 15 to 18 cts. W d Gen. A. S. Johnston and A. T. Burnley Esq. arrived in town last night direct from Galveston. They brought the important information that the sl6op-of:war Austin bearing the broad pennant of Com- modore ffiopre and1 the armed schooners San Antonio and San Bernard went to sea on "Wednesday last. The sloop-of-war was towed out by the steamer Neptune without sustaining any injury in crossing the bar ; and the vessels are now doubtless on the coast of Yucatan fully manned and provisioned and ready to fulfil the obligations u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 15 December 1841

Jsyf VP -sxi i irtnr- i iiwirtn-ni ii rvn $2 00 1 00 5 00 15 00 lMIlLAto'EtPHIA SATURDAY CHROiNiCliE -A-Family' Newspaper itsued every Satiirday ... BY MATTHIAS & T'yoR . No. "84 Sooth Srcond Strek. PfliLAnBLfHiA. Is. believed to be the cheapest best and most entertaining family newspaper published in tho United States of America. 1 Tli'e editorial department conducted by Benjamin Matthias. Tho business department conducted by J. L. Taylor. THE SATURDAY' CHRONICLE is adapted to the-wants of the farmer mechanic 'merchant ttirtn a' leisure and esuecially to eveiy reading family circle. Its general eon tents are Literature Classical History The Fine Arts. Science Fo feign Varieties Agriculture Popular Statistics. Sunday Rending Biography Mechanics Music Letters- from Kurope Manners and Customs Natural History Education News of the Day now being published in the Saturda'y Chronicle. A series of originial letters descriptive of mnnneis arid customs in Europe; also a series of arti cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 15 December 1841

v?v" ? a f$? V- .. Vv STHITW" ' " t r. C1 . r ---. O uire ot tie TOW X.0 qypfinitii)n. We do npt Dc .if the reix)rt. We conld.helieve an account of ajse Uf if it was pretty well authenticated hut not a capture. f fp In a few days time wc shall get the truth of this matter. Itjr There is a rumor in town coining by way of Arkansas which corrolorated the statement of the cap- We do not baheve vTr9 ctctu lv . m- v-. h syp y and we wait for it without apprehension. y ir . lom the New-Orleans Pica.yu.ue of November "23th. LATEST FROM YUCATAN. By the arrival of the Texas schooner of war San An- tonio. Cant. Seeger from Sisal last night we have re- ceived advices up to the 21st instant- The State of Yucatan continues tranquil and pros- perous. Congress had been prorogued for thirty days in cousequeuce of.hoving much unfinished business of importance to dispose of the regular term having ex- pired. ' The Independence Bill referred to a committee of . the Senate had not yet been reported on. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 16 December 1841

IfSHSSWi wmmmmumMB4tir4 rnsr htevr 'WV'WW1''' w - q'ti.r v V Pnited and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY THURSDAY DECEMBER 16 1841. NO. XVI. llaily Bulletin C 1 MEMORY. ' There are tones that will haunt us though lonely Uur pattt re oer inouiuam aim sea; - There are looks that will part from us only When memory ceases to be ! 'There are hopes that our burden can lighten Though toilsome and steep be the way; 'ifcrfd dreams fhat like moonlight can brighten With 'a teht that is clearer than day. There-are names that we cherish though nameless For'aye on the lip they may be ; 'TbeTe are rwarts that tho' fettered arc tameless "And thoughts unexpressed but still free. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Wkdnesday Morning Dec. la. House met Roll called. Present Messrs. Speaker Bowers Brown Daniels Darnell Dennis Forbes Fow- les Gaines Head Hewett Hunter Jones of Galveston Jones of Gonzales Kuykendall Landrum SfcConnell -Morris" Parker of Fort Bend P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 16 December 1841

r?YU-t i. fi! W HI violate. v.vHe was elected bv an overwhelming majority of thepeople to thePresidency. but was he elected taerely fbr'his patriotism. -Has not that gentleman in the public speeches he "has made the books he has written and the songs he has composed maintained that the Mexicans were faithless. But the Yucatecos they were a splendid people entirely disconsonant in character with the Mexicans. Now it is well known that of the Mexicans the northern Mexicans are much the nearest to civilization. Gentlemen say that it is a Splendid alliance with Yucatan with a navy equal to our own. Sir I have called upon gentlemen for proof of this but they have failed to give it. Gentlemen have spoken of the navy that Santa Anna was building in Baltimore. No such navy is in existence. There was no proof of it before the House and I trust honorable gentlemen will not beg the question on mere assertion. Sir the Constitution has been violated and I want to know if this violation is to be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 16 December 1841

'MH "Mi 'V "Vlf then by the vote on this question it should be de- cided an the negative it will show that the express leg islatave will of the nation is in favor of the present op- erations of the navy and verbally repeals the law of last congress; and if the the present executive should onler its recall it will bea violation of that express will and these gentlemen however disagreeable it maybe will be bound by their own views to pass resolutions of censure. ' As it regards the happening of the contingencies-contemplated in the law of last congress. I .rely upon the information of them who have been intimately acquaint- ed with -the continual Mexican depredations upon our western frontier. The abduction of Dimmit and his companions certainly constitutes one contingency and the fitting out two vessels in New York for the purpose of being employed against Texas is the other if we put a construction on the statutes in" accordance with its spirit which is always the proper constructio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 16 December 1841

fV -.' : -- v-y!-.r''.lj'v' '- - i w J.-tfi M w - l&vAJji? -JljIlBf'-i ''jg ( aH l CfcTYFAOSTIN?. TEXAS.' : HDMDAYi..... ...DEeEMBER?16184l; tsr3- The Genttemen Managers of the Ball for. Mon- da evening next -will meet this evening at 6 o'clock at he Bexar Exchange. ' rS3 We are-Informed that several horses were stolen last night from the premises of Maj. Brigham and that l'a-negro girKot; Dr. Uhalmers- lias disappeared we- suppose it will be toundi.that otner- negroes nave ab- sconded and that these horses were taken by: them. 33? Inconsequence of the haste with'which the ar- raiigemehts.were made' for the Ball to Gen. Lamar several gentlemen of 'standing who would like to have signed the invitation had npt the opportunity. We make this statement because persons who are personally and politically friendly to Gen. Lamar .have expressed regret that their names did not appear iir the proceed-ings.- Sjr! We learn from a letter received by .the Hon- Mr. Fowler of Fannin that the son...

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