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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 January 1842

Hk rtmbisEDtiyknxT waste wr THOS. DOWlINGf. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, greater &C. XT Two Dollars a year, if paid within three month, from the dateMsubscription two doll*» and if |aid witbio the year, anil «hould payment b» delayed till the year acpfres,three dollar* will be charged. O* Five Dollars, in aJw»»e«.wlIlb« received for three papers, one yiar, dirocted to the »me office' *'uSed and wdered inonepenonVname. .. *V ADTSTTISEMEXTS will be inserted thrice at ohedbllar a square (14 lias. bretrier-IO lines nonpareil,) and continued at S3 cenu per equare, weekly. *3» Those who wish to advertise by the year or half rear wlU be ln accord*nc? ?ilh ?t?b" lished by the printer's Association^ Leticaoa business must come paid. HJotngs in Congress. FROM THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE!!, THE THIRD WEEK OF THE SESSION Has passed away, and, so far aa concerns action on Ihe part of Ibe popular branch of Congress, the business of the Session is pretty much where it was at the close of the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 January 1842

r* p- 5'TIIE 9 vttol iovci.ma, BOIUKT* TERRE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 12, 1842. A "SPRIG" OF NOBILITY? During tbe last session of the Legislature, owing to the carelessness, or some other fault of both Houses, a bill was smuggled through, conferring on the students of the Indiana University, at Bloomington, certain privileges enjoyed by no one else. Though a member of the House, during that session, we have no recollection of ever hearing the bill read (if, indeed, it was read atall,) and, of course could not be aware of its objectionable features till we saw them made the subject of public animadversion. The law lo which we allude releases the students from the performance of military duty and working on the public roads, both rather essential duties for per sons of a certain age. The subject has attrac ted much notice, and we have often resolved, in our own mind, to add our testimony to the universal condemnation of that act. Though apparently a small infringement, it is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 January 1842

-r Mr. Bairb consent to isst high rate of interest, to p»J i. .i- _,,nid so act, as to show that rehoped °th paru« wouW\to trenchment and reform ««. vj advanced ofl thi« arc pose Sonic gentlemen call this proposition to issue upwards of linlfti million of treasury notes a mere collateral question and others again say it is nonjury to enable the brinks to resume, and must le the very foundation—the comer stone—of resumption It id also said that the bank has expressed its willingness to take tlicso notes, and that they will enable it to resume. What if the llnnk has said so? Will that make it so? Will treasury notes, based upon nothing but crcdit, enable it to flood the land with specie, make the precious mot'iH flow up the Mississippi, or enable it to stand the game of open and shut, which must inevitably follow the ojiening of its specie vaults, whilst those of neighboring institutions are hcrinetrieally closet)? Wo have heard llie opinions of all kinds of financiers—from tho East a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 January 1842

s&r, Stalls of Heal Ctfe. PROM GHAHAX'« 5t AOAZIKB. 5 THE NEGLECTED WIFE. BV ROBERT SfOHEIS.. •'Oh! there were hours When I could hang forever on his eye. 11— —riftm AndTime,~who stole with silent swiftness by, Strew'd, as he hurried on, his path with flowers. Tub relatiohs of life abound with aofemtt wrings and touching incidrats. Scarcely a aommunity exists, however small, the history of which la not replete with scenes that, if delineated by the pen of maatcr-spirit, and embellished with a fevrjof the golden rays of fancy, would not seem fraught with romance. Nay, there ia scarcely a family of any extent tha£ has not stories in its private chroniCIM, "lights and shadows," joya and sorrows, full of interest, and calculated, when suitably embellished and elaborated, to "point a moral or adorn a tale." We "live, move and breathe" in a world of mystery. The shadows which veil a single yearnay, a single day—from the eye of poor mortality, may to some be charged with death ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 2 February 1842

CP/' r- PU8LI3HSD KVKKY WXEK BT THOS. BOWLING. E S O S S I I O N TV ADVERTISKSTEXTS will be Inserted thnce at on^Uara aqwts "no. brevier-10 lines nonpar*,1,) and continual at psraquare, weeklj. ry Thaw who «riah to advertise Daring the debate on the bill repealing the act of 1811, authorizing the State Bank and Branches to issue small notes, Jos. G. MARSHALL, of Jefferson county, delivered the re marks which follow: Mr. MARSHALL said: That he had entertained but little idea of addressing the House at this time upon the question before it, but the conduct of the member from Fountain, {Mr. Hannegan,] seemed to rail for some response on his part. Why he had been tauntted by that gentleman publicly to a discussion he knew not he—fHere Mr. Hannegan rose and remarked that he would explain to the gentleman from Jefferson. It was in consequertce Of language which he had heard attributed to him on the night before, charging him, [Mr. it-.] with a dread to meet that gentleman in debate. I do ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 2 February 1842

THE EXPRESS THO. DOWIiXNG, Editor. terre-haute, ia. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 2, 1842. LOCO FOCO SMCERITl. We have a striking evitlcncc of loco foco sincerity in the action of the House of Representatives on the Investigating farce lately played off at Indianapolis. From first to last, the Whigs were anxious for a most rigid and thorough examination of the conduct of public Agents handling the State Funds. A Whig set that investigation on foot in the Senate, and a Wing made the first move in the matter at the other end of the capitol. A good deal of mismanagement was brought to light, and, perhaps, a little dishonesty, too. At least, such are the rumors which have reached us. The committee of the Senate made an able and elaborate Report, and concluded by a recommendation that suits be brought against the Madison Bond Company, Milton Stapp, Dr. Isaac Coe, A. F. Morrison, Eiisha Long, John Woodburn, Noah Noble, andothers,and, at the same time, recommended •that an Attorney General be el...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 2 February 1842

•m a*" SnMana legislature. ACTS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS C°^toie thc 1 0 nrC sonal property to execution, approved Feb. 4,1831. To incorporate thc first Presbyterian Church of Logansport. In relation to granting liccnccs in thc county of Marion. To repeal an act entitled an act to incorporate thc town of Princeton. For the relief of Samuel Snoddy of Monroe county- To regulate the jurisdiction of justices of thc peace in Dubois county. To chnngc a certain State road in Monroe county. For thc relief of Nancy Close, wife of Samuel Close, deceased. To amend an act entitled "an act to provide for opening and repairing public roads and highways in tho counties of Owen, Lawrence and Greene," approved Feb. 1, 1834. For ihc relief of Charles Pcrcell, late collcctor of Posey county, To incorporate the Greenville BnndofMusicinns. To amend "an act for thc promotion of schools nnd oducution in Clark's Grant,"approved Feb. 16, 1838. To locate a State road. To legalize thc marriage of William Gapen a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 2 February 1842

.farmer's ^Department. *1 know of no penult In which more real services can bo rendered any country than by iroprovlu it* agriculture."—-WASHIWOTOW. "Aericuluire is the Great An. which every •nghl to protect, erery proprietor of land* *®d •rery inquirer into nature improve. D*- JOHKSOK. FtEDlAG HOGS. Having taken a hasty view of the management of horned cattle, we now propone to say something in regard to the management and feeding of hogs. The hog deserves our sympathies and nor care. We derive most of our animal food from it we ought not to pass him by unnoticed. The common treatment in this country has been heretofore, very much like the treatment to our homed cattle, but lam delighted to say that our sympathies have been awakened and our care greatly increased in some portion of our State, toward this valuable animal. Still we find a majority of formers travelling the leaten track—my daddy did thus and so, and he knew how to do things about as well as most men—he raised as big h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 9 February 1842

i'' rtJSLUIKD KVKKY WtEK ST THOS. DOWLING. ,TERMS OP SUB8CBIFTION, &e. or Two Dollar* a yew, If P®"1 'rith,n ^rf® BMnt|w he at of on S if j*UL within Iho fht,** till the year expires, three doll*™ $ap^, one year, directed to the same office, and ordered '^nr ADrEBT^MENT3 wln SEC. 4. ln«eneO thrice at 'inMollara sqM» (14 lines brevier-IO lines nonpareil,) %nd contfnocd "ma per ^uare, weekly. -fhoge who vrish to advertise by the year or half yearwill be charged in accordance with the prlcea established by the printer's Association. j-y betters on business moat come paid £au0 of Snbiana. *rHt WPBOTEMEST by COMPANIES. -AN ACT to provide for the continuance of the .i, construction of all or any port of the public works of this State, by private Companies, and for abolishing the Board of Internal Iniprovements and the offices of Fund Commissioner aqd Chief Engineer. Vi T_ Bsc. 1. Be it enacted by th£ General dollars shall be sulwiibed, (in addition to any real estate subscribe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 9 February 1842

•sr A, 9' rv [& wsmSM THE EXPRESS. THO.DAW£0Q. Editor. TERRE-HAUTE, IA WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 9, 1842. BANKRUPT LAW. This great measure of the extra Session is preserved by the patriotism and firmness of the Whig Senate, and Congress saved the disgrace of undoing what it boasted of having done six months ago. It will be seen that the vote was a close one, but not more so than we anticipated. The vote on the repeal of the law was as follows YEAS—Allen, Archer, Bayard, Benton, Calhoun, Fulton, Graham, Kin*, Linn, McRoberu, Morehead, Pierce, Prenllw, Rive*, S«vter, Smith of Conn., Sturgeon, Tappan, Woodbury, Wright, Young—42. NAYS—Meagre. Barrow, Bates, Berrien, Choate, Clay, Clayton, Evans, Henderson, Huntington, Kerr, Mangum, Merrick, Miller, Phelpa, Porter, Simmons, Smith oflndiana, Sjuthard, Tallmadge, Walker, White, Williams, Woodbridge—23. So the Bankrupt Law is not repealed! WHIG ADDRESS. We publish in this number of the EXPRESS the eloquent Address of the Whig memb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 9 February 1842

Jnbiana legislature. jket* passed at Ihe l®t® Ge« •cralS«Bb,v' (concluded.) IWIarinr «rtain word a misprint and for olh,DurDO«* in relation to the county of Orange. and Lafayette turnpike company. seminary of Tippccanoe county to sell and convey certain real estate therein named. Relative to exchange brokers. Authorizing the sale of the sixth chain reservation of lands bordering on the Wabash and Erie canal. To provide for the survey of the town of Penrysville, in Vermillion county. For the relief of Paris C. Dunning, assignee of MichacI Keith. To vacate a certain 8tate road in the county of St. Joseph. Authorizing the Recorder of Noble county tocorrcct the records of said county in a certain case therein named. Supplemental to the act entitled "an act to provide for a keeper of the State House and Library, approved Feb. 841. To incorporate the Martinsville band of mustctans. To amend an act allowing and regulating the writ of ad quod damnum, approved Dec. 20,1823. For the relief of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 9 February 1842

Jarmer's Department. "Iknow ofjio pursuii.In which mow r«lw Important service* Can be rentleretl to any country than by imprjv. inr It* agriculture."—WASHIXOTO*"Agriculture is the Great Art. My object is not to propose to you the tantalyzing pursuit of any newagricultaral humbug, or to recommend any newfangled machine or process for tho cultivation of old staple crops it is rathrr to urge you lo rcllect or» the iritellcctii&l condition and habits of American agriculturists as a class, arul to consider how-much and how justly your moral and political influence, as well as the actual proceeds of your labor, would be argumentcd, and more uniformity in priccs be obtained, by an association to promote a more thorough and systematic investigation and study of subjects and sclenccs belonging or closely allied to your immediate pursuits. Can it be that you imagine that, because you have not been regularly trained toa civil or military profession, you may, therefore, without loss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 16 February 1842

POVLUHBD EVXET WEEK »r 7 O S O W 1 I ctwrged 6 {TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT10**' in &«- w- —I.I within three monih* £?'•»*"fifty cents romlhe date or^ripU^,^ tf paM within the *«'-•£,£, '15 U*forlhre° wjn on. jre*r. di^ offlce' 110,1 ordered ''"^AwSlSeO1™ wlH be inserted thrice at dill*r sq""*(14 ,lne* brBTier—10 ,lnM noilpareii,) £nd cMttoeffl «t «nts persquare, weekly. v. Tto*9 who wish to advertise by the year or half narwlll accordance With the prices estab- llthcd by «t»® Printer'* Association. yy Letters on business must come paid. €oni)rcssxoual. REMARKS OF MR. CLAY, OX rilESESTIXO SZVEBAL PtTITIOSS AO AtXSTTHE HEFE.1T. or T1IB BAXKttVFT UW, IN SENATE—JAXCABT 28,1842. Mr. CLAY said: I have been desirou», without being drawn into the current of the debate, to adxlreM a few observations to the Senate before the decision is pronounced on the pending bill of repeal. And, as I do not wi*h to deprive the Senator from Missouri, possession of the floor, (Mr. BEJTTOX,) of the oppor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 16 February 1842

THO.DOWLIXO, TJEUUE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNE8D.VY MORNING, FEB. 10, 1842. IISSOL«UTIOI¥ OP THE UNIO* We noticed the movement of J*o. Q. ADAMS, two weeks ago, for the prospective dis solution of the Union of these States, by the introduction of a petition from sundry citizens of Haverhill, Massachusetts. In our last, wc failed to notice it furtlier, and only write ihbi paragraph to direct public attention to the action of Congress on that most traitorous .proposition. Though Mr. ADAMS disclaims .. any favor of the petition, and declares his solemn conviction that the prayers of the petitioners should not be granted, he nevertheless continues to urge its consideration, on the ground of the right of petition, &e. This is a fine theory, no doubt, but if the American heart is not dead to all the sentiments of patriotism and love of country, Congress will -never entertain such a proposition as the one under consideration. If a few miserable fanatics, goaded on by their passions, can t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 16 February 1842

ST" -fT 181811 VFRT'A"' V"1! ~AFrECTIIKC INCTDF11^' rpt ., I ,. madcnt rolated that Oity. The history of MOIIK!" bd°w court of P"*!*501 Bulletin, the accnc being in the WlU'1* young men in all part* °f *c CJnion" s,_„ How lemn is the lesson which it tcaches! "Havine entcn*! the Recorder's Court one morn- weeks ago, as was our Usual prac- E we looked over the "morning report," which contained but two name*, James Hall and William lloyk- We took our seal, and, a few minute the Recorder entered, and, after arranging himself in his "arm-chair," he gave orders to «bring up the prisoners." In a few moments they entered, and took their seats in the usual place for prisoners, the one being aged and decrepit, with silvered locks and furrowed brow, and the other apparently 28 or 30 years of age, though jnuch emaciated liy intemperance. Tho court being ready for business, the younger prisoner, whose name was first on the list, was called by the Deputy Marshal, and no sooner bad the name of Jam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 16 February 1842

W» ,i«F ifarmer's ©apartment. "I know of no punult lit Which more real or important mwvices can be rendered to any country than by unprorit tertculiure."—w*«mwroit. "Acriculuire 1* the Great Ait which The average Crop in Northumberland, (the North of England.)—It would not be safe to state the average producc of the district at more than twenty-five tons for Swedes and twenty-eight for white turnips, when cleared of top and root although forty tons have been grown, and thirtv-flve are not uncommon, but such loige weignts are only produced by an extra auantity of manure. Mode of Tillage.-**The first operation upon turnip drills, so soon as the plants arc of sufficient size to bear it. Is to talte the soil from the side of the drill with the small single-horse plough, by going along one side and returning on tlic other, which cuts down also many weeds that may have Bprune up, and lays them in the hollow of the drill. The plants are (hen thinned, and the top of the drill cleaned of wee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 February 1842

*1)4 ,'^ 1 "l PUftLUHED 8TXBY WCKK BT THOS. DOWUNG E S S S I I O N & S3T TwoBoUsfsa year, if P«M *ithin from the data rfnibseriptioa wo doll*ra and fifty cents, If paid Withu e- year, *«d should payment be delved 1(11 Ujieyesr -^r ihre* doll*''* charged. F(-„ „jyW- yMainmc, will be received for three ^peta, rf. dW*W "araB offlce ordered Ijioac yT-»* r-*f *y" '. IKS" \i.-i be Inserted thrice at ,nr': ,i bvifaf-10 lines nonpareil,) »M -sr square, weekly. «J» «-y.u advertise by th« year or half yair viil s« l»Wi,»4 in atcurdance with the pricet estabUtrfiod Sr^ ^rintert Association. .•- w- «,• i. mo* eomo paid. fjf^iiTKRiPT LAW. !. a Uniform System of Bankzlitihe United State*. Be it Viaei-A It Senate and Haute of R* pretentativee *ffh,Umted Statu of America in Congress tunemaled^ That there be, and hereby i*« established throughoflt the United States a uniform 2tstcm' bankruptcy, as follows: .All persons wt),irki vo,*, /c -.i'iijif,in anv -8Late. District, or Terowing debt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 February 1842

f- ^k E E E S S TMO,,DOWI»IS«T BAILOR. TERttK-HAX'TISj I A» WEDNESPAY MOBBING, FEB. 23, i»t2, BAXRBI PT UW. Wc publwh for the information of the public, Mid to place on our file an important LAW (now believed tb be permanent) tlio Bankrupt Act of 1841. We hove had several applications for a copy of that Law, and adopt tlie present course as the most eligible mode of obliging our friends.. PRODICTS OF THE STATES. We publish this week another interesting TAT»LS, containing the "number of bushels of wheat, rye, com," Ac. &c. "neat cattle, sheep," &c. produced in the U. States, according to the census of 1840. This is a very valuable compend, and should be preserved for future reference. S!HAU Bt'SWBSS. Nearly every exchange paptir %vccipjn cofltains some six or eight columns of matterfrom Mr. JOHN M. BOTTS, of Virginia, seeking to prove that there are as had ppoplfc in the world as Ex-President ADAI3—men who would encourage a dissolution of the Union as soon as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 February 1842

f»B rJ?¥txctB ®^rt"^*„.-V' LETTER FROM L.VULAN'D. coftftKBroxiinxcr. or THE SAT. iirTBLJ-iosxcsn. LIHCOLWSHIEE, (Eso 1, 1842. One of the most important movements which ever took place in the established Church of England know ope™Uon I allude to the rap^*P ad of what ts called Pu- SETISM in-.ool the members of the church. The prosylUe! to these opinions are among talented, and in some cases the most in iS a of 0 undoubled ortho- dox sows of Episcopacy. The leaders in this new schi«m are Dr. PUSEV, Hebrew Professor in the University of Oxford, and Canon of Christ Church: Mr. NEWMAK, Fellow of Oriel College, and Vicar of St. Mary's in Oxford and Mr. KEBLE, the late Ptofessor of Poetry in that University—all men of great talent, ond.bf no ordinary stamp of mmdi These rncri, and many others who have espoused the rause, arc actively engaged in printing and distributing what These Bre something unwritten handed down from the apostolic times) is no less from God than the Bible, and that Sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 February 1842

jTarmcr's Department. «T ktvrw of no ncnuit in which more real or Important Mrvices can be renJorwi to *nv country iban by improv. las its agriculture."—WASUWOTOW. "'A-ricuhure is the Great Art which «*ery Oovemment •sght'to protect, every proprietor of lands to practice, and •very li^ulrer into netare improve."—Da. on* sots. CULTIVATION OF BARLEY. Wc have received from C. C. Kelly, Esq., of Springfield, Iiy., the foltowing inquiries in relation lo this crop.: "I. In what spring month should barley be «own? 2- What kind of soil is best suited to its growth? .3. How aliall the ground be prepared? 4. How much seed is necessary per acre? 5. Should it, as is recommended in Scotland, be cut before it is fully ripe? 6. Will it not, in its crude state, be a good food for stock and for what kinds mainly?" Barley should be sown as early in the spring as the ground can be well fitted for its reception. We have known it sown from April to June but it may be observed, as a general rule, that, o...

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