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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 6 November 1840

THE ILL I N O I S F RE E T R A D E R . The following pretty little geui has been going the round of the American periodicals, and i now in a course of transmigration through the British journals. Wc believe Philadelphia is the place of its nativity and first appearance. Tb Bclnra. She comes to me in loveliest smiles. With soul as pure m ever. -Play over her fascinating wiles, That won my heart for ever With airy step, and beauteous face, With eyes of darkest hue, With lovely neck and nymph-like grace, Willi breath of fragrant dew. Beneath her eye half openig lid, t Bright tears of joy are secii 5 I've see the likenong rose buds hid, Fresh tears of night's fair queen, lust as the sun drinks in those tears, As early morn awakes, So IH kiss off, 'mid sighs and fears, Love's dew from Anna's cheeks. Lite iu the Went. On the 17tk irtst. three of our friends, two of whom arc residents of long stand ing in litis town, set out on a journey, on foot, to see the land of promise on the north of...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 6 November 1840

Vi THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. 4 BCSUESS CAMS. TltorHILl'S L. D1CKST. LOHtJXO LKLA.1V . Dicker A Lclaiid, A'torney $ eoumeUurt oi law, Ottawa, lilt. One of the firm -will ulwaye be present at the different court in Judge Ford s circuit. Ottawa, May 83, 1840. 1 tf. Geo. If. Norrls, Attorney and Counsellor at haw. Master in Chancery and Notary Public. ; ,y -. ". Ottawa, Illinois. lUjlZ, 1840. 1 tf. J. J. Holt, AUerney and Counsellor at Law end Sul.'citur in ,4 ClIANCKUY. Office opposite the Mansion House, OtUwu, La Salle county, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. l-tf. S. II. Farewell, Attorney and Councilor at Law. Offict over the new store of Cushman & Thomp- ton, Ultawa, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. l-tf. IlIlUou II. Swift, Attorney and Counsclltir at haw. Office on La Salle Street, a few doors North of the Market, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. I tf. , John V. A. Hoes, Attorney and Counsellor at haw unit Solicitor in Uhancery. Office next door north of the Post Ollice, Oltn wa. La Salle cou...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 13 November 1840

o ... i i- k k s. : i THE ILUNO: FREE TRADEffii Cur Country, her Commwe, antl Lfr Free Iiistilulions. 1 VOLUME I. PUBLISHES WEKKLY HT GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, . Canal Street, nearly opjmite the Mansion lliAine. ' ' ' terms : Two dollars ami fifty cent per annum, if paid in Advance: Three dollars if not paid belore the cxpi' ration of the first months: And three dollars and twenty-five cents if delayed until the end of the year. Advertisements inserted at SI per square for the first irnertion, and 2" cents for each sub- equent insertion. A liberal discount niaue those who advertise bv the year. All communications, to ensure attention, must ut post paid. JOB WORK Of every description, executed in tha neatest man manner, at the usual prices. OTTAWA is the seat of nixtice of La Salle county ; is situated at the junction of the Fox river with the Illinois, "'JO miles, by water, irom ftamt Louis, and mid-way between Chicago ami l'cona The population of Ottawa is nhont one thousan...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 13 November 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. V How can we settle down in the dust as though we were always to continue here T How can we feel otherwise than as strang er and pilgrims on earth f ... "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER. Ottawa, 111., Friday, November 1), NJ. Stupendous Election Fraud t Our exchango papers from tl.e oast come to hand this week, burdened with testimony elicited by a legal investigation now going on in New York City, developing the moH stupendous dec tion frauds commited by the whig leaders of New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. The dinclo surci there made, show n regular ond magnificent system of fraudulent voting, which ban been in practise for the last two years, and far outstrips any thing of the kind ever heard of in this coun try. They lay open, too, some very singular facts connected with elections in New York, Philadel phia, and other phces, and account for their un expected results, which have hitherto been entire ly inexplicable to the shrewdest politician...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 13 November 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. TUE ADIEU. StLKCTID flOX DOTAft'l "N1ID OF TUB MKT.' TO K Y. "The rich hues of autumn Around us are gleaming : Reflected in beauty. The sunlight is beaming : Yet though brirjht is the scene Which breaks on the view, There is sadness beneath it 'Tis summer's unr.v. The leaf, whilomc turning Its face to the sky, Now pales and now reddens To think it must die ; And sadly 'tis drooping Where gaily it grew ; AM, stirred by the bleak wind, It trembles "xmtv." The bright birds have sung their Adieus, and are gone : The forest all voiceless Is cheerless and lone And the soft summer wind Which gratefully blew, Its last kiss hath given, And sighed its adikc. Then since you must leave me, Now, now let it be ; And while earth mourns her glory, I'll mourn, love, for thee. Oh ! who that the heart break Of parting e'er knew, Could wish nature all smiles, When he whwpcis adiei. Adieu then thou loved one, Adieu for a while ; And when summer shall crown Bleak earth with a sm...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 13 November 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. BUSINESS CARDS. T 10 HI! LI S t. DICKEY. IOBISZO lEHII Dickey Iceland, Attorneys fr counsellors at i.ic, Ottawa, Jib. On of the firm will always be present nt the different courts in Judge Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1810. 1 tf. Sco. II. JVorrls' Attorney and CoumeUar at Jaw, Master in , - . Chancery and Nutary 1'iM'c. Ottawa, Illinois. May 23, 1810. 1 tf. J. J. Holt, Attorney and Couwellur at Luto and SJlcilar in CllANCKBY. Office opposite t'io Mansion Houo, Ottawa, La Salic oov.nty, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. I tf. S. It. Farewell, : Atlirrnci and Counsellor at J. 'at'. Office over the new store of Cushman fc Thomp- Til son, inlaws, Illinois. Mar 23.1, 1840. 1 tf. Milton II. Swift, Attorney and Counrellor at Ijiw. Offic on La Salle Street, a few door North of tlie Market, Ottawa, Illinois May 23d, 1810. 1 tf. John V. A. Hoes Attorney and Counsellor id Law and Solicitor in Viancery. Office next door north of the Post Office, Ott.r wa. La Halle county, Il...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 20 November 1840

r 0 THE ELUNOI FREE TRABEM; Our Country, her Commerce, and Iicr Free Institutions. VOLUxME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1810. NUMBER 27. i 9 i -5 rVBLlSUED WEEKLT BI GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, Canal Street, nearly opposite the Sfonsivn Huuse. tehms: Two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance ; Three dollars if not paid before the expi- ratiouofthe first six months: And three dollars and twenty-five cents if delayed until the end of trie year. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for the first innrt'ui, ail 23 c-riu fir each sub equent inssrtion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. All communications, to ensure attention, must be post paid. JOB WORK Of every description, executed in the neatest man manner, at the usual prices. OTTAWA is the seat of justice of La Salle county; is situated at the junction of the Fox river with the Illinois, 290 miles, by water, from Saint Louis, and mid-way between Chicago and Peoria. The p...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 20 November 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. sers torn to fragments, and ray hat was spoiled ; and, moreover, I sat shivering in the garments which remained. So I, in my turn, levied on a cow that was milk ing, and having improved her juice very much by the addition of soma rum, 1 kuI down under the "portico,' and smoked the cigar of meditation. - "The wall of the portico were, as usu al, scribbled over by those who would gain cheap celebrity. I always read these productions ; they arc pages of human life. The majority of the scribblers leave a name and nothing more ; beyond that, some few of their productions are witty. some sententious, mostly gross." - Learning is ait ornament in prosperity, nTefuge in adversity, and the best pto vision in old age. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER. Weaver Si Ilkr, editors. Ottawa, III., l-ritlav. ivrrabrr 10. 119. nwjunrtSHr 'J hit Result. . This week wo a rc able to give the returns of the elections in the different states to a Miflicicnt ex tent to show th...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 20 November 1840

THE IL LIX01S FREE TRADER Illinois Election. rinnsyivanm. We have comnilcd the following table We Have not yet received the omciai 1 I'nlO ftf tliia Stnffl Villi lim tlin 1 i iTVrrri t with care, but the contradictory state- . ments published by the different papers render it impossible to make it correct. Van Buren. Harrison. returns in our possession, we are of opi mon that V an Buren has the State by about 500. Van Buren Adams, . Alexander, Bond, Boon, Brown, Bureau, Calhoun, Cass, Carroll, Christian, Champaigne, Clark, Clay, Clinton, Cook, Coles, Crawford, Du Page, De Kalb, Dewitt, Edgar, Effingham, Edwards, Fayette, , Fulton, 233 27 47 2 133 65 110 107 056 24 10 524 60 350 75 1038 120 523 233 220 190 610 56 Franklin, (Estimated) 500 Greene, 372 Gallatin, 0 Hamilton, 431 Hancock, Henry, Iroquois, Jefferson, Jersey, Jasper, Johnson, Jackson, Jo Davies, , Kane, Knox, LcC, Lake, La Salle, Lawrence, Livingston, Logan, Morgan, Macon, Marshall, Montgomery, Macoupin, Monroe, McLean, Ma...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 20 November 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. BUSINESS CARDS. TMioruiLii t. nuxtr. l ii: uiixu Dickey & Lelantl, A'.torncyi tt couttxcHtrs at law, Oitacit, HI. One of the firm' will always bo present nt the different court in Judc Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1810. 1 tf. Sco. IS. TVorras," Attorney and CViWw at Law, .V.-.'tr in Chancery and X.tiry I'M'?. Ottawa, liliitois. May 23, IS 10. 1 tf. J. J. Holt, Attorney and Connvihrut L:w ami Sjci'.r iu CHANCRilY. Office opposite t'ie Mansion House, Ottiwa, I.a Salle rov-ntv, Illinois. May 23d, 1810. . 1 C S. II. Farcwo!!, ' ' Attorney and Count. liar at Liu: Ofliee over the new store of Cushin.vi A. l'homp son, Ottuwa, Illinois. May 23d, 13-10. 1 tf. Milton II. Swii't. Attorney and Cowan Uur ct Lin: OrV.cs on I.a Sullc .Street, n few doors North nf tle Market, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23d, 1810. 1 John V. A. !Jces Attoriuy and Cuuiie'ir at Law and S iicitor in Chancery. Office next door north of the Pont Ol!i e, Otta wa, La Sulle countv, Illinois. May 2...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 27 November 1840

10 5 THE ILLINOIS FREE T DIADEM.. : Our Country, her Commrrrr, flnd hrr Frrt institutions. ,i- VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1010. NUMBER 28. I ri'BUHIIEII WttKLI HT GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN hISE, Canal St: ret, marly opposite the Matisitm House. tsr: , . Two dollars and I'iftv cents per annum, if paid in advance ; Three dollar if not puid before the expi ratinn .,fli lira iv months: And three dollar and twenty-five cents if delayed until the end of the year. Advertisement inserted at ft per mtiarc for the flrtt im.vtiat, ail 3" cnt for each sub sequent insertion. A liberal discount made to time who advertise by the year. All communication, to ensure mention, must be post paid. JOS WORK Of every description, executed in the neatest man manner, at the usual prices. OTTAWA i the scat of justice of I.a Salle county ; is situated at the junction of the Fox river with the Illinois, 290 mile, by water, from Saint Louis, and inid-wny between Chicago and Peoria. The po...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 27 November 1840

HI lb (ft f i i ! 1 it J! . i f V I Us- I '1 J- K i-. f " t. OLI IRELAND. Tbs annexed exquisite little grin is from the pen of " Pbazmt" Mr. TiclJ of the Picayune ; OU Erin, gron Erin b(W scattered 6 cr earth With poetry ,Vifid6m, and music and mirth. The Enter jd ever, thau chained in !ic , Yields lustre to brighten the climes of the fre t-. Her statesmen, her warriors and patriots ro:iui, And her prophets find honor in every land ; While Erin, poor Erin, mill seta on the foiini Of old Ocean.yct weeps 'neath di-npotic command. She's the birth place of geniu, but never the home. She still rocks the cradle but builds not the dome; Erer like the green jewel, dispensing her rays, Though a diadem slave for a conqueror's guz.r. .Yet proud and yet bright ahull thy destiny be, First flour of the earth, and first gem of the m a ! "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER tVniwr & IIImt, Editor. ... Ottawa, 111., Friday, November 27, 1M0. , ... Election Kcw. , Illi sois. Wc have not yet re...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 27 November 1840

THE ILL I NO IS FREETRADER. THE Ill'IH'. Toll me, ye winged wind's That round my pathway rour, Do ye not know some spot Where mortal wep no morel Some lone mid pleasant dell, Some valley in the west, Where, free from toil and jut'in, The weary soul may rest ! The loud wind dwindled to a whisper low, And sighed for pity as it whispered "No!" Tell me, thou mighty deep, Whose billow round me- play, Know'st thou some favored spot, Some island far away, Where weary man may find The bliss for which he nigh, Where sorrow never Iivc, And friendship never dies! The loud waves rolling in perpetual llow, Slopped for awhile, and sighed, to answer " No I" And thou, serenest moon, That with such holy lace, Dost look upon the earth Asleep in night's einhraec: Tell me, in all thy round, Hast thou not seen some spot Where miserable man Miht find a happier lot 1 Behind cloud the moon withdrew in wo, And a voice sweet, but sad, responded " No !" Tell me, my societ soul, Oh ! tell nir, Hope and Faith, ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 27 November 1840

8 i Hi THE ILLINOIS FREETRADER. Hi Ml I i ! ! ! i , i it ! - 1- t r n i. 5, : i ( li 1 i i t if. r I: EC&MESS CARDS. TSIONHLC 1. DKKKT. LOlltSXU LtLlSb Dickey & Lclaml, Attorney vV counsellors ct Lu; Oltmva, lib. One of the firm will always be present at the dilTerent courti in Judge Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1840. 1 tf. Ceo. II. I orris, Attorney and Cuwuelbr ut Law, .V.cr in Chancery and Notary Public. Ottawa, Illinois. May 23, 1U40. 1 tf. J. J. Holt, Attorney and CuunnEur at Luu: and Solicitor in Uiiaxceiit. Office opposite the Mantion House, O'.tiwa, La Salle coi.ntv, Illinois. May 23d, 1810. lt!- S. E. Farewell, Attorney and Counsellor ut Luu: Office over the new store of Cushinnti A Thomp son, Uttuwn, Illinois. May 23.1, 1940. 1 tf. Milton II. Swiff, Attorney and Councilor ut Luu: 0 lies on La Salle Strcft, a few doors North of the Market, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23J, 1810. l-;f. John V. A. Uos, Attorney and Coumt'lir ut L-nv and Solicitor in Chancery. Office next ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 4 December 1840

7 O A JUL NO ADEM Our Country, her fuinmcrrc, niul her Free Iustitiilions. VOLUME 1. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1340. NUMBER 20. E j FREE TO ; Pl'IILIRlllfll WEKKLT lit . GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, Cunul Street, nearly ojijimite lite Muiisitm 11 use, T K II M S Two dollars mid fifty rents per annum, if paid in advance: Three dollars if not naid before t.ie exni radon nf llii firl sit months: Ami three dollar anJ twenty-five rents if delayed until the end o the voar. Advertisements inserted at $1 per sipmre for the first iimrtii,i, mi 1 3 cent tor each sub nea'.ieiit insertion. A liberal discount inudc to thoie who advertise hy tlie year. All communications, to ensure attention, must ba post paid. J Oil WO UK Of every description, executed in the neatest mail man nor, at the usual prices, OTTAWA is the seat of instice of La Salle county; is situated at the junction of the Fox river with the Illinois, 290 miles, by water, from Saint Louis, and mid-way between Chicago...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 4 December 1840

-1 4 -O .v THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER firmation. Being, however, informed that no olher means could lis obtained to m?ct the July interest in London to pre vent a forfeiture of good faith on the part of the State, I at once determined to con firm the contract. The r.-siduo ut the bonds, after deducti; the 30,000 ad vanced, still remain i the aJs ol Messrs. Wright & Co., an I an; as yet :i. ,,!, to the canal land. It they arc not sold prior to the Ut iWy oi April next, the cDtilract csascs by its own stipu lations, and, in thai event, no humus are provided for the prosecution of the worn on the canal for the ensuing year. Subsequent to being informed by ian. Thornton, that canal lauds ccuhl be sold to meet this Ji'ly "i10" J,,fi canal debt, he communicated to me, lli.it in June last the Board clleclcd a sale to the amount of $70,000. Whether the money is available or not I am uninformed, not having been fin ish ed with the proceedings r report ot isam Board during the year, which p...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 4 December 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER Salt Wilier nubbin A Hint to .lieu of Honor Or a Hurl in Style. The practice of fighting ut'l with sword ami pistol, as carried on so exten sively at the South ami West in the pre sent day, when we boast of having made a rapid" progress in civilization, is a poor and unprofitable business, to say the least and sometimes a dangerous one into the bargain. It is an unpleasant thing, sure ly, to a kind and benevolent man, to be compelled by the laws of honor, to turn a deaf car to the whisperings of conscience and benevolence, and strive to kill a re spectable man, a good citizen nay more, perhaps a neighbor or a friend anil some would consider it a still more unpleasant thing to receive, while in the full enjoy ment of health, social comforts, and do mestic happiness, a bullet in his thorax, or a small sword or a bowie knife through the diaphragm. Hut as long as "honora ble men" conceive themselves bound to fight their neighbors and friends with such murderous ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 4 December 1840

1 1 1 THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. it I'M ! !! hi t ... u it ,; r ''V ,' i H i: i , n v.- ITSIXESS CAHDS. L X'l I.I.I.VN i t torn im i.. nii.K r.r. lo DifU-y & Lclautl, ..'; .', 0'.taw:t, A. A'torne 4 comiri Cue of the firm will always , Vr!lt J '"' ditlcrcnt coiuts il juoije r ord circuit. Ottawa. May 23, IStO. 1-U- . .... ...... ,., (' nt.t.rH.r it I. mi', , IU. fir y " ,. , OJaiva, Illinois. d i'u:-nl'r i;l !.:? CniNi t:.i. cm Sjcitor in AUviT.ey in (l.'.'.en our.Osllf I f M JllniJH House, Ottawa, I-tf. J a Sulk: eoinlv, !H'llois 15. l'arrui'H, A h.-if l on:, C,-tl:iS- ft I'"'- iWii-c over the new 't f (.'us.limlil I.V. l'hu,i:; I -If. SOU, UlUV 'l, Ilil-Uin. . . . . . i i . . .... May 23.1, l". Milton II. . if . ..i i . A't'-rn dud I .:iuxi"ir ii m- orth of Oi'.'.cc o:i I n r'ullf Sir-'- I. a I' v.- il .om if J.ia.ket, OU'ivva, Illinois. May 2.M, 1SI0. joint V tS .7 ('., f v.,- .. ( '.'llfllr ff '. 110. ill ol i'ii , lllill'lN. a, I. , S ,' ifi.r hi Or'.'.'t" 110 t lh0i va, La ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 11 December 1840

--w .. a i7T 1 7 Our fuuiilry, !:cr rommiTif. uii'l l.-r i'rrc Institutions. VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECKMHKIl 1!. UMO. NUMHER30, Tl JIXINOIS i ri'iiLisiii:n wttKLv nv GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, Canal Mint, nearly upmite lie Mansion It inc. ti: !i M s : Twii i1,IIiiv iin.l iWiv .wills nir million, ifpviid ill mlviiiir.P! Time ihvlt.iri ifn.it Pvli'l l'et'.iFl! the cxpi ration of the Ho t six iiiohiIih; And three dollars .....It.. ...!... , if .l.r.vcd until tliu end ot the vrar. '.lv..r;..i.n,ll illSI-ltCvl lit ?l 1IT Blllliiri' tilt the first iii.-rti-ci. all -" "H t'.r ''"'ll ! m-uuum insertion. A lihenil discount mado to llio.s:' who advertise Ivy the year. All coiii'ii jni- itio-i:), lo ciianre at'.enlion, must bp i0:-t tiviid. Jill! II I! K Of every description, excenteil in the neatest man manner, at tins usual prices. ; OTTAWA is the seat of justice of l.n vil! iiiiiiifv ; is situviled at the junction of the Fox iiur with tho Illinois, CHI miles, hv water, ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 11 December 1840

m if THE ILLINOIS FREE THAUEK it !l n H V. ii lii: V 3 "I' S!. :)' ' K 'tf 'I : 1 voeatc. Congress did not admit his claim for, perhaps in the absence of en couragement, and in the instability of his affairs, he had lost his proofs but that body granted him a pension for life. He ' did not long live to enjoy this tardy boon ; for the very same year, worn down with infirmity, death came to his relief, and removed him from the scene ol his misfortunes, lie died in the year 1818. The fate of St. Clair has, :a thU early period, become the theme of fiction and of song. It has been urged by those who deny the gratitude of republics, to sustain their theory. A parallel has been drawn between him and Bclisarius and, it cannot be denied, that the cases arc not without their resemblances. Hut it ii no part of inv province to trouble my n ailers . with reflections. I give them fact?. and leave them to draw their own conclu sions. Literary Republic. !. : in it.'ll a.ie-vint. "JUSTICE AND EQUALI...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
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