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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 17 December 1841

-4 ' a fi Pally Bulletin. Printed and Published every morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL. I. AUSTIN CITY FRIDAY DECEMBER 17 1841. NO. XVII. ftf-c'-T V-v . . THE DEATH "OF THE FLOWERS. BY -WILLIAM C. BRYANT. "The Death of the Flowers" by Bryant is the sweet est description of the time: (November) which we'have seen. Pkiladelph ia A in erica n . The melancholy days are come The saddest of the year Of wailing winds and naked woods And meadows brown and sear. . lfcnp'd m the hollows of the grove '- The witherd leaves lie dead ; -' . v . - They rustle to the eddying gust And to the rabbit's tread ; The robin and the wren are flown. -And from the shrub the jay " . ' And from the wood-top calls the crow Through all the gloomy day. Where are the flowers the fair young flowers That lately sprung and stood ; In brighter light and'softer airs ; A beauteous sisterhood 1 ' ' Alas ! they are all in their graves v ? The gentle race of flowers -y And lying in their lowly bed With ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 17 December 1841

x' ri h ". the propriety of fixkig5ompensation for the; arrest of- runaWay slaves. A bill to regulate the slave police was read 2d time arid laid llpdfl the table. House adjourned until to-morrow morning at 10 oclock. SPEECH OF MR. WOOD (of liberty) Delivered in the House of Representatives on the 20th of Nove'riiber on a joint resolution to suspend Ta&jtolesjiuder execition. "Mr. Speaker: Sir I trust the bill under consideration will not be indefinitely postponed and that the amendment pro- posed by the honorable gentleman from Lamar to make final the sales of lands under execution for taxes will not prevail: and although the bill now before the House for the suspension of tax sales under execution may be regarded by gentlemen who oppose mc on this occasion as a matter of little consequence; 1 do as- sure you Sir that in my humble opinion there has not been nor will there be a subject brought before this House in which the great interests of the people are more directly concern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 17 December 1841

it Y .FUBLI3HED AJID EDITED BY .& VHITING-. :- CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. FRIDAY.- DECEMBER 17 1841. f D33 Th Cabinet appointments of the new Execu- tive are not yet promulgated though rumor has been " decided for some days and assigns the State Depart ment to the Hon. Anson Jones Treasury to the Hon. K. L. Anderson the present' Speaker of the House of Kepresentafives; War and Navy to Col. Hockey and thfi Atfornev-GeneralshiD to Judone TerrefTT The enr- rectness of this we dovnot know out we believe it. r TO '''he Bill to provide for taking- the Census is ex- . iji .. - ' j i ' i i i f ' citing a gooa aeai 01 mieresi in me nouse 01 represen- tatives. We hope it will not pass for we can see no good to be derived from it. ' "" 53 The election notice for Chief Justice etc. pub lished in the last Austin City Gazette was left with the publisher late on Tuesday evening. 7th inst. without date and its publication should have been on the Wed- nesday 8th inst. In consequence of this circum- s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 17 December 1841

l.'U- LJIW. II erased on every liberty-loving heart; and so long as Philosophy continues to be a science benevolence a virtue and liberty the watch-word of the American peo- ple will his memory be cherished and his name be honored.: Bap. Rec. The Memory of Putin am. The attempts made by a recent writer in a magazine to suggest donbt as to the personal courage of General Putnam is brinsr- injj up hosts of witnesses in defence of the memory of the gallant old fellow. A correspondent of the Nor- wich Connecticut Courier in whom the editor states that the utmost reliance" may be placed says: A writer in the Journal of Commerce of the 29th ult. wishes information through the Connecticut papers whether any soldiers from that State who were on Bunker Hill are yet living and whether they recollect seeing General Putnam during the battle. It appears from the same article that evidence is wanted because an attempt lias been made in the Knickerbocker Mag- azine to prpve that General Putnam was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 18 December 1841

W 'Wr. ? JjI .. Atjt.i:J j V SA Hta"w?-si!4i I? ;?& xgJS! ift 3M YttA t CrI lUrlM -v. k-i V Vs isr-isvi t.ii Printed aud PRbliUHfe mrata? uODcpEMliSilper month. AUSTIN "CITY. .SATURDAY DECSSgER 18 184lf . VOL. I. NO XVIII. r'- ral Ba3 fe fH 4ra Kaai MHr res j-Hnj ; Dgf ' VH jH vlH '.H HIyS 7 Ess h V iv : v Vs 1-tf HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Friday Morning Dec. 17 18-41. House mst roll called: Present Messrs. Speaker Bowers Brown. Caldwell Cooke Daucv Daniels Den- nis Forbes Fowler Grimes Head Hewoit Hunter Jones ot Gal vestoii Jones .f Gonzales Kuykcridail Landrum Latimer McCounell. Morris Parker of Hous- ton Patilio Pcimaii Porter llayniond Roberts Smith and "Wood. Coauiiuce on Claim'? and Accounts Isa-ie Parker chairman reported favorably on petition of Adoiphus Sterne: on pan ion oi J as. Ilobmeit. requested to be dis charged twjw troin the consideration as there was not suffi- j to sustain the claim; on petition of Titos j imeiidi-d its reference to Naval Commit- cient evidenc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 18 December 1841

- isssw i fag Y'mr&i S f. li'iTTl l & : ifrfitw fefMttra tatives on the evening i f t it's ifw3 lion ior uie recall 01 ine. & SVVS Jai(l B" AW ETtIn the House 6$ of the 14th inst.. the iGitit read . . .' .. a-JiSftl iiavy being under disfMHOgjf -:t$ Mr. Mayfield said f?f5fWS& That he proposed'! nut to discuss inabi ject under eonsideraticttfluHi also not manner the arguments oi;some gent Gentlemen have said that the Execunreofiid trans cended the laws of the land and violated tlKfrnstitu- tion. The preamble to this resolution conrained strange doctrines : that the Executive could riot enter into trea- ty stipulations of any character; that our own indepen- . dence is not established. He thought our enemies might use such an argument but for Texian citizens he thought it strange doctrine. The preamble assumss that the President has stupid- ly inconsistently and unguardedly violated the law & constitution in making a treaty. If that doctrine is cor- rect we cannot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 18 December 1841

5TT" TT'f -. eec Wff. rpi u. -k-fS- .km ? 54" wmwsm W been known to yeld to an enemynterfenng with$ier policy as she considers us ass interring? Is it'irfthe nature of man? Can it be xptethat Santa-Anna should recognize us? Should wjnot rather expect him as long as life lasts to oppcWjus. Sir it is not in the nature of man to do otherwise - The gentleman here allu&djojSanta Anna's diplo- macy in affecting his liberation from the conqueror of the. Napoleon of the west. . ; The gentleman went on to sustain the position adopt- ed by thegenlleman from Travis. He said Congress had no right to interfere in this matter. The gentleman gave a history of the adoption of the Constitution of the United. States and said that in the convention which adopted the Constitution there was a strong party in favor of giving the executive the entire power of "con- trolling treaty stipulations. He argued the impropriety .of the House interfering in this matter. He said it ' as not certain that that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 18 December 1841

V St --5 K7v J-"C3raST "IS iitrt J &m -jf 1 'A ! ' i ij Ssfe- vii. Jj trip We were misinformed as to the disappearance of nesro of Dr. Chalmers.Jwhich we stated in our paper of Thursday. The horseswhicli we stated to have been stolen were probalyjtaken by Indians as some 30 others were taken the saraVnififht. - For the Daily Bulletin. Mr. Eoitoii Thefo'lo'wingiiote addressed from one lady to another cams to my hands accidentally and I take the liberty of handing it to you for publication. My Dear X. 111 answer to your inquiry as to what dress I intend wearing at the Lamar ball i' must say I am in doubt. If thelVIanagers would provide spittoons for gentlemen to throw their orange colored saliva into I should wear silk. If my dress could be regularly spotted all over I would have no objection to the color ; but the idea of one part being figured and the other plain is not to my fancy." XXX I have often heard complaining similar to that im- plied in the foregoing note made by the l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 20 December 1841

iW JT--v " Daily Bulletin. Printed1 and Published even; morning at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. VOL: I. AUSTIN CITYT MONDAY DECEMBER 20 1841. NO. XIX. i The very simplest among the flowers of Poesy. fKe those which we most admire. We like the lan- if guage which touches at once the heart; and isunder- T stood by all. We know not whence the following piece of metrical composition springs but according to 'the . view we like to take of things belonging-to this depart- ment of literature it is beautitul very beautiful. Ar. O. Picayune. THE DYING GIRL. My mother look not on me now With that sad earnest eye; Blame me not mothers-blame not thou My heart's last wish to die. I cannot wrestle with the strife I once had heart to bear ; . And if I yield a youthful life Full hath it been of care. Nay. weep not ! on my brow is set; The age of grief not years. Its furrows thou mayest wildly wet But ne'er wash out with tears. Andcouldst thou see my weary heart Too weary ev'n to sigh O! mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 20 December 1841

.;mp 'jw.vlt" - jSJ'i--9rrtj'jfv'K-:-- "' 'r ?--v'-v.p jf;;-- -v agony deprecating his fate said that he could have borne without regret to receive his death from the hoof of a. gallant steed; but Oh he exclaimed it is horrible indeed to be kicked to death by a jackass. 'Mr. -Van Zandt made some reply which was lost to reporter in the laughter created by the previous re- marks. The yeas and nays being taken on striking out were as follows Yeas 16 Nays 19. So the motion was lost. Mr. Parker of Fort Bend moved the indefinite post- ponement of the bill; lost. Yeas 15 Nays 22. Mr. Williamson moved to lay on the table until Thursday; lost. On motion of Mr. Fowler the bill was passed to a third reading: Yeas 22 Nays 15. The Committee on the Judiciary made the following report: The committee on the Judiciary to whom was refer- red the report of the Hon. Anderson Hutchinson have had he same under consideration and instruct me to report: that your committee have given to the Code proposed to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 20 December 1841

J -28ar i ; pFvsgp JiVkA- A-irt'i'M1 tt Vtr'7 ' 'r S' Mn Usher said if the individual accused in -this case wasv guilty he would go as far as any other man to im- peach him but he thought the charges -against him ought to be embodied in the resolution or a preamble said referred to the .usages of the State of Kentucky. Mr. Van Zandt said the form the'gentleman referred to was in accordance with' a statute of Kentucky and thought it was not applicable here ; and went on to state further charges against Judge Hansford. : Mr. Usher thought ve had no right to act in this matter without coming directly to an impeachment ; that there was no medium or preparatory course per- missible.. The constitution pointed out impeachment as the only mode for punishing offences of such officers. Mr.- Robinson differred with the gentleman from Jackson and thought the member' from Shelby had tak- en the right course. The gentlemen went on to explain why as a member of this House he had taken the right co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 20 December 1841

mWW " "W " - W fr - W i f -'"S' .'i'''' Natchez ' Free Trader probably from the pen of the junior e4itorMr. CtobpjJlfc We cut it from that paper months ago buTithas lost nothing by age. Good friend Claiborne it is worth sixeclyowjjojia ieremiadsL. If -.--. r nr TintmAH'Ci r.TT1TDPD It was in the dusk of a melancholy evening. An editor set not' in the spacious hall of his fathers not in the luxurious boudoir of his mistress nor in the minstrel's trellised bower but alone in his dusty apartment of ten feet by twelve ! Before him was a crazy deal table scantily covered with baize ; a few old books and heaps of newspapers lay around ; and his inkstand was not of porcelain nor ebony nor a gro- tesque bronze" but the socket endof a champaign bottle the generous wineTSTnever spafk'lecFon fits lips! He had quaffed none of its pearly inspiration. A long narrow window. filled up with two rows of little smoked paines stood hoisted before him from which a faded chintz curtain flaunted lazily in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 22 December 1841

"H 5- -. V-tati f s - mi-Tcuwrmr: ri t-V t.l. Priatcd and Published every morning at Oue Dollar' and Fifty Gents per mnth. . YOL I. AUSTIN CITY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22 1841. NCh XX. Daily Bulletin. I & ipyqLONEL Trumbull. The following extract from Hie lorincomiug AUiuiogrpny wi uie uiMiuuisi!eu gentleman who has done.so much to illustrate by his pencil our national history and especially the pride of our Revolutionary struggle will be read with deep interest: A Noble Example of Early Times. About the year 1776 a circumstance occurred which deserves to be written on adanvuit. In the wars of New En- gland with the aborigines the Mohegan tribe of Indi- ans early became friends of the English. Their fa- vorite ground was on the banks of the river (now the Thames) between New London and Norwich. A amall remnant of the Mohegans still exist and they are sacredly protected in the possession and enjoyment of their favorite domain on the banks of the Thames. .-The government of this tribe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 22 December 1841

l W - . t it') " i .J ".!" rr I'" n Lin.' JUL... .jui.x .p.-si rrrs- rf 1 fI3; 1i2:.i i i-Ji1 il . J" 2eXSijSr fit ?Mttvine querocujRisEHi. cm;yy jtntjmjQarj wpi i i J&x es- j teroav evenine-oure amije utsoswH -terrfav ivninor tfi Mltv i;lliEjJa iiJ MI fele ihttfettSiWi av-.L"T- ' "-' .. -t. "..'.' -;. stji.lon anrfjiitintflhePnrf&tfii' Gbmrn&tee "d r.arftrpitl Xi? tiVte jCITY OE AUSTIN TCXA W V'VtTW-' - "1 - -'J. - - - T" WEDNESDAlC...M..M.vvPQIBER 22 184i. NOTICE Ta J&EMBERS OF CONGRESS JSFe &aye beea spokeu to by yerajsterabers of Ggb.- igJo save for them. entfrejfiles.f jhe. J?ftijy Bullet ffe wpu!4 jhstifprni thp gentlemen that we have ! maae.arrarigemenis jp pja in a near ana sunamvai ajjiijqpies.flf -tfaait jpaperjso 4500SQ jEKS.-tlxelfai.nAer $s i ts3; We an hiayie hpm iQinfi in boards -with calf feck and cpraersardjpl tip a?pon .the hack and Ithe yohHnp hencomplete will form a .compendium of jthe proceedings .pf Congress. with such notices of pub- )ic jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 22 December 1841

mOZZi3Eiimmimitmi&mmiilihlmiZZSmlZ r- l'A r- t I ofth4ee!pestiumiIity-weiask paiddnand promises eeratefiaaio oMintrol'tH' ntutored' sensibilities thereafter s&eftrathstuiding anNthis liowever we know well lbs as the gentleman represented" bis efforts a gainak these tittle -fiadiy ;papejs-vvere nurtured bytfhe purest spirit of patriotism nd rcgird for rthe public ex- penditure. Nobody ejnly can doubt that. Facts lxoyeitte had let the-little -wt etches leech the pnblie (treasure till iiticauld be .endured e Jonget. The -only? nvmideristliat'he hadnot .perceived the magnitude ef the ewl until his. personal resentment was soused. We eeUiiiat he has done right and we intend dnall fntare 4into pjciate(ttepijity'OfiMsiotijrea. ' -.Several influential members Snchi&rog some of those 'arhe voted against the continuance en Saturday have jexpresseda-wish.to'bringthe matter :heforeaiiill House And renew- the -subscription to our paper. We .are re- gardful of the courtesy of the inte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 22 December 1841

- " y ?' i' .Yeas Messrs. rSpker :Brow Darnell; Grimes Hewi Hewtt Imdnjm Ltimer Parkerof Houston PatiUp fenhalljyiaodILortSjiYan Zandty Wood NaysMessrs. Bower Caldwell Cooke Dancy Daniels Dennis Forbes' Fowler Hunter Jones of Gal- veston Jones of Gonzales Kuykendall McConnell Morris Parker oft Fort Bend Porter Robinson Smith Usher Van Ness and Williamson 21. So the bill was lost Mr. Van Zandt introduced "Bill for the relief of the ( County Suryeyor of Harrison and Panolaj" read a first time. On motion of Mr. Van Zandt rule suspended bill read a second time and referred to the committee on public lands. On motion of Mr. Wynns the committee appointed to .wait upon the President etc. was requested to inform his Excellency that the House of Representatives was now ready to receive his message. On motion of Mr. Van Zandt the committee was per- mitted to withdraw. On motion of Mr. Porter a committee was appoint- ed consisting of Messrs. Porter Morris and Cooke to inform the Senate that th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 23 December 1841

. 'J-.ivJ 4r .N-anan. . 'V1 f :M JA m -it II :ii I IE 11 1 1 H i ii . Printed and Published . every morning at jhic Dollar and Fifty Cents per month. H5 ' 'w$i .?vol. i. AUSTIN CITV. THURSDAY DECEMBER 23 1841. NO. XXI; -- HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES Dec. 20 3 o:c!ock p. m. - House met roll called quorum present". "" On motion of Mr. Forbes 250 copies of the Report of the Committee m Finance made on the 17th inst. were ordered to be printed. A Bill for the relief of Geo. D. McGimpsey. was taken up and on motion of Mr. Van Z.uidt. the rules were suspended and passed. Mr. Darnell offered a resolution that the nhnirman of the Committee on Printing1 he instructed to contract with G. II. Harrison of the :: Texian " office for print-ino-S00 copies of the President's Message which was sustained by Messrs. Darnell and Van Z.uidt opposed bv Williamson. Jones of Gonzales and Raymond. "Three or four other gentlemen took part .in the de- hate but the Reporter was unable to determine whe- ther they ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 23 December 1841

rr i .'.. j J A--''N " -i-''r- W' .- - kv in ? 7 PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY S. WHITING. 1 V " CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23 1841. jwYStj-The House of Representatives this morning n ypassed a resolution directing the Printing Committee to &yubscribe for 250 copies of the Bulletin In accord- r -.ance with the intimation conveyed" by this we issue $TJ$(his evening another number having received indi- -vidual subscriDtions sufficient when traded to the SUn- liv? r? ' ' : f.i v pmt wi vuugic&s iu wurraiu a uumuiuoiice ui me pa- per. From the late hour at which we commenced pre- -paring for this number our paper will be necessarily jaie in ais appearance mis aay.V" r '- i- 'j-Masonic Dinner on St. John's Day 27th in- l stant. The subscription is open at J. W. Harrison's . store ; . all transient Masons who are disposed to sub- ascribe can do so. HP Hon. Frederick Niebling Representative elect from- the county of Milam in place of Willet Holmes absent made his appearance...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 23 December 1841

V" -i;"S. i'tf-A V r- tiWto jy H-fo v.-.. foso ft & V? ' s&rzZZ - - - ----" fltmyiaMMBMifcfc ; communicated. TO THE PUBLIC. The undersigned has seen in the Telegraph of the 15th instant a notice headed "Stock Commissioner's Office" in which something is related purporting to be information relative to the condition of that office which is really not true and in which also opportunity- is improved to express in a very happy conjunction of words the impression of the writer that the late Stock Commissioner has embezzled some of the funds intrust- ed to his keeping. ' As the undersigned has for some time past for rea- sons not-at all connected with the business of the stock office expected a stab in the back from thnercraaxj pajtriot who conducts that journal his equaTiTmityis not. aTatfclisturbed by the assassin-like character of the thrust. It were probably as well received in this form as any other for in any case it would be given without force aud received without detrimen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Bulletin — 23 December 1841

'Wr ZCjrrv - I 1 will be with vou.in six troubles and in 'the 7th I will not forsake you I anTwun the greatesFrespect yours - JOHN M. BRADLEY. NOTE OF REFERENCE. . Call at the garrison after night pass all public places after flight see F. Cahler pay him and let him have Tr0t)6 dollars new jjpe for the use of 13 see James Hoard let him have 2000 dollars .of the new .tipealso for the use of B see Colonel Davidson pay him and leave with him 1200 dollars of the new tipe for the same see Nick Tramell gave him 20000 dollars of the new tipe for the use of B. and other purposes ask Dr. Walker what success in disposing of the new tipe that 1 let him have last spring return without delay J. AT. B. JO3 We the uhdersigned are responsible for the pub- lication of the above 'etter and reference so that the public may be aware that no blame is attached to the editors of this paper for publishing them as we have taken the whole of the responsibility upon ourselves. Russel Jones; George A. Bell L. ...

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