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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 August 1842

rcsusmw SVBST WH* O S O W N I N TERMS OF SVBSWrJtQ.*^ Cr TWO Dollsr* a jw, If P«M ,od fitty cents, from the daw of subscript! on, p,rment be delayed tf paid within the rear, as' charged. UU the year expires, three for three W a a do papers, one year, diree«» to one parson** N'TS will be inserted thrice at f3f ADVEB one* brevier—19 line# nonpareil,) 0n®**£"?«2S cents per square, w*kly. "n? Thow *h0 *rb,h 10 adverti#e thfe year or ritOM THE KJflCKEJlBOCKER FOR AtTfiUST. A TOUCHING SKETCH OF PARENTAL SORROW. A few months ago I baried my eldest *011, a fine manly boy of eight years of age, who had never had a days illness until that which took him hcncc to be here no more. His death occurred under circumstances peculiarly painful to me. A younger brother, the next in age to liim, a delicate, sickly child from a baby, had been down for nearly a fortnight with an epidemic fever. In consequcncc of the nature of the disease, I used every precaution that prudence suggested to guard the other...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 August 1842

v* The restriction in the dis- Sion act of 1841 was deigned to guard against increasing the burthens of taxation to fill a vacuum occasioned br distriiuSon The legislation of 1842 is deigned crite a vacuum filled by increased taxaj,on There is probably no precedent in the history of any government, for the union un- such circumstances, of a revenue and an appropriation bill. As there was no necesfiitV for such a union apparent to the public, wc are at liberty to infer that it resulted from a consciousness that one or both the measures could not have separately commanded a majority. The exigencies of the Rationed treasury were suppobcd to furnish a favorable opportunity for Congress to exlort terms on which alone the government should be supplied with revenue to meet their own appropriations. 11 would have been as proper, under the circumstances, for Congress to annex a charter for a bank, or a fiscal agent, or a fiscal corporation, as a condition precedent to a revenue bill, and to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 August 1842

ifbreimt Netos. FROM TBI PHILADELPHIA CH*05ICL*. ARRITAL OF TOE BRITAJSNIA. SIXTEEN DAYS LATER. Arrival of tbc Overland J"2la%and Important news from vival of J£, of Canard's mail li^rri^^to"'.nritannia C'¥b\ The harvests have generally come in finely, all over Europe. There are some complaints of the drought in the south of France, and in some portionsof England and Ireland but the aggregate crops all over Europe, it is said, wiiravcrage one quarter beyond any previous year within the memory of the oldest inhabitants. Great difficulty is experienced in England in collecting taxes, poor rates. &c. In the parish of Stroud alone, upwards of 550 rates were returned as not collectable, and this is but a fair sample of many other places. Nearly one half of the people in the island of Harris, one of the Hebrides, were preparing at the last accounts to embark for America. Emigration appears to be the order of the day. A dreadful murder was committed on the evening of the 17th u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 August 1842

ifliercllaneous tleabing. FRO# bkktlby $ KisctitiKT. Boars in Hindostan—Tiie Lifcra- CS5, „W 5?# SI E. K. -,F *, Lieutenant Carlysle was one of the. nobles', best, and most generous yonths that ercr' so tight the shores of InHk. He wis exactly sixteen when he sailed from England, leaving behind him many tiuc Snrl sterling friends, that,bi3 many Virtues and amiable is os it on ad or a most sanguine temperam-nt, iil one of the handsomest lads I ever bchc.d. From nifancv had been brought up together. Some ten years bad elapsed, when* an ap- cat in pace, patent stranger rusbed into my room, and grasped roc by the hand, began to pour Out thousand kind speeches of recognition. For a fc -v moments I tlrought the gentleman had made a mistake, and was about to tell him 60, when a peculiar smile for a single instant lighted up his countcnancc, ami I immediately recognized it as that Of my old excellent friend Percival Carlysle. Yes1 the emaciated, care-worn, and haggercd being who' now shook ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 September 1842

N7BL1SHBD *T**T WMK »T O S O W N I N E S O S S I I O N Dr Two Dollars year, if paid within iption two do!l« S If paid within the year, and fromtha data of subscription two dollar* P*r*0n 1 if paid within the year, and sbou Ull a re re re a O-Ylve Dollar., in and ordered paper*, one year, directed the .w" ia one person's name riSEI I!!!l«rVTS will be Inserted thrice at Or ADVERTISE. br8ri,r_i0 one dollar a square (14 »DCT T._ who line# nonpareil,) wifb advertise by the year or half ill ba chargod in atcotdance with the price* ealabfished'by the Printer'* Association. jy L«lt«r» on business muBt P*'d- REPORT OX THE TETO. REPORT OF THE MINORITY. The undersigned, members of the Select Committee to whom the President's Message is referred, submit a brief and hasty protest against the elaborate report of the majority. Free Government depends on constitutional checks otherwise, Democracy is despotism. Each House of Congress has an absolute negative upon the other. The American Judiciary ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 September 1842

THE EXPRESS. THO. DOWLIHG, Editor. TJKRKE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 7, 1812. The Tiirid' Still final!y 1'assed The Tariff bill, the passage of which we announced in the House, last week, was finally decided in the Senate on Saturday, the 27th of Augast. After undergoing several amendments, and an animated discussion, the last vole waa taken late in the evening of that day, and the bill PARSED by a majority of one vote/ Knowing that our readers will be anxious to look at the names, we append the ayes and noes: YEAS—Mews. Barrow, Bales, Bayard. Buchanan. Choate, Conrad, ('raft*, Crittenden, Dayton, Evans, Huntington, Miller, Morehead, Phelps, Porter, Simmons, Smith of Indiana, Spraguc, Sturgeon, Tallrrsrtdge, White, Williams, Woodbridze, Wright—24. NA\ 8—Messrs. Align, Archer, Bagly, Benton, Berrien, Calhoun, Clayton, Cuthbcrt, Pulton, Graham, Henderson, King, Linn, Mangum, Mcrrick, Preston, Rives,Sevier, Smith of Conn., Tappan, Walkcr Woodbury, Young—23. The bill was then r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 September 1842

PHILADELPHIA ask, or enquire, why this "reform" and this* "relief," have never come, and never can come—until Congress itself is reformed—until the whole charactcr of our representatives is changed—until, we recur to the first principles of the American Revolution, in our choice of men to represent the people, in the highest stations of the Government: nntil we elect men in virtue of their moral fitnessand intellectual qualification instead of their party violence, or pfirty devotion, which like charity, covers a multitude of sins, but expresses or implies bit one doubtful virtue, accompanicd by a thousand decided vice#. Few ask—still fewer know—what constitutes the character of Washington City whether it is a modern Sodom, or a sedate and moral metropolis—where men behold hourly examples to lead a pure, holy, and upright life, or one exposed to hourly temptations, to commit the most hateful and odious debaucheries, tliat sink human nature to the level of the sensual brute, and degr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 September 1842

.farmer's department. «I know of no pursuit in which nwrereal I e*®ry inquirer ntonaumnmprovc. The plan generally proposed br your corTwIonJent* to strain the milk in tubs over nigiit. and warm it in the morning, carefully 81feelis6 From a long experience in a modern sized dairy, I am persuaded that in no way can so much, or checse of so good quality be made, 8a to set milk while warm from the cow. h. BISrIOr. Attica, O'cncsu Co., April, 1842. Making BUTTER.—Mr. Were, of London, who has been for more than thirty years encaged in the butter-trade of that city, has furnished a paper to the New Farmer's Journal, on the best methods of preparing and keeping butter, from which we cxtract the following: "Solidity or firijmcss is, think, of more consequence than is generally allowed the nearer butter can be made of the consistency of wax, the longer will il retain its flavor. To accomplish this object, I recommend salting the cream, by putting in rather more fine table-salt than is used wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 September 1842

llSffiSi IS rClLUHBD ETI1T WUK ST O S O W I N TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, &c. TTr Two Dollars a year, If paid within three month* from the data of subscription two dollar* and fiftT square (14 lines Eaving brsvter-lOlines and continaed at 25 centa per WJ"4"5' "ee 14WS of the IftlTED STATES, .RJTBAZV AT THE 2o SESSION or TKK27TH CONGRESS. 'IK .. [PUBLIC—No. 57.] ^N ACT to provide for the satisfaction of claims -jng under the fourteenth and nineteenth arof the treaty of Dancing Rabbit creek, uded in September, one thousand eight Mid red and thirty. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That tho act approved on the third of March, eighteen hundred and thirtyseven, entitled "An act for the appointment of commissioners to adjust tho claims to reservations of land under the fourteenth article of the treaty of eighteen hundred and thirty, with the Choctaw Indians, and also the act approved on the twentysecond ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 September 1842

iSi i'A- THE E PR ESS. 1000. DOWHNG, Editor. x* »•««,- •rri-J I #4'^ m&'&if ,» TEBRE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 14,1842. Mr. Clay's Visit. From an article signed "N. No aw," published in the Indiana Journal, we judge that it is not Mr. CUT'S design to advance beyond Indianapolis, during his visit to Indiana. Many public meetings have been a'ready held, in various parts of the Stole, for the express purpose of tendering hospitalities to that distinguished citizen, and no doubt ho baa received letters from a dozen of them already. From the tenor of Mr. CUT'S letter to the young men of Boston, in reply tc» a similar invitatien, we did not think he would *uit the different principal towns of Indiana, as some had supposed. Mr. NOB« says in his publication: "This ComriiUeo think it duo to their fellow-citizcns and Mr. CLAT to state, that he vists the scat of government in discharge of an oJd obligation, and, acting upon his own sense of propriety, and with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 September 1842

1 s? IK sllPllIfll "J •fottipw Ntrog. ARRITAL OF THE CALEDOWlAt TERRIBLE W^NOS IN TOT mNWAClT^ ^•-,sauss?®a^g^l8asaite d°^irIa«rKn^,n g0™1 heallh and in thc ™anu" fccturing district# had served somewhat to depress irade, but it was thought it would "^["^Adelalde Kemble has been married in Scotland to a Spanish gentleman, Sartoris. Every thing was quiet in France. A grand deputation appointed for the purpose had presented an address to the King from the Deputies. The British papers continue to rail at the presumption 01 this country in endeavoring to obtain a loan in Europe. The weather had been remarkably fine in England. Two weeks of glorious sunshine v. Had ripened the crops, and enabled the farmere io get them in good order. The barley and wheat crops were large. All accounts agree that the crops generally were good above the average. Lord Rossmore expired on the 10th ult. at his seat, Rossmore Park, in the county of Monaghan, after a few days' illness. The Russian Government, sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 September 1842

intmci'e JDcpartmcnt. *1 know of no pursuit in which mow real or important services tan be rendered to any country than by improvins its sericulture."—WASHINGTON. "Aericulture Is the Great Art which every Government oiirhtto protect, every proprietor of lands to practice, and every Inquirer into nature im:"vTe."-DR- That colt was attacked with Diarrhoja, which is often a natural circumstance among colts, as it is in children. It is not necessary to purge the animal, but to cool his bowels with diluent drinks and injections, so as to prevent the acrimony of matters to affect and corrode their intestines and produce a disease very difficult to cure, if too strong medicines are used, all the ristera or vital parts of young animals are too fender to admit of harsh physics, and can bear only gentle purgatives, until they have acquired a certain degree of strength. Having been told of the means used by my fricnti, I was much surprised to hear that lie had given calomel to his colt.— I was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 September 1842

RnunnimT wiam noW W IT S O S O W N I N .« TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, *E. ITT Two Dollars a jw, If P*]d nes^-v ,rlthln j*—i»f«H to the fame office, and ordered papers, one year, directed w* 'V? StSSmBw **9 wi» be Inserted thrice at •toMlar a sq.«re (M line, brevier-10 line, nonpareil,) and continued »i 3S cents per sqwre, weekly. _w ho wbib to advertise by the year or half rearirill be charged in aaconlance with the price, estabhj the Printer'. Association. 5te gjf-1jguen on business most come paid. Bjj QVutljorita. LAW of the UNITED STATES, vtAt%t atthxSd sxssiox or the27th coxobkss. [PoBtic—No. 69.] AN ACT to provide revenue from imports, and to change and modify existing law* imposing du•^ie. on imports, and for other purpose*. mjBc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Slates of America in Congress assembled. That from ana after the pas- •..£ sage of this act, in lieu of the duties heretofore imfyl by law on the articles hereinafter mentioned, and on suc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 September 1842

FSV-'-R": •wm THE EXPRESS. IJIJIQ, pOWLINO* Editor* TERRE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, 8EPT. 21. 1842. Canal--Canal Scrip. It will be seen by an advertisement in the papers of this place that a meeting of the citisens of Vigo will be held on SATCBDAV NEXT, the 24th of September, at the Court-IIouse, to take into consideration the best means of helping the Canal down to this point, by the aid of the means granted by the General Government, and the law of the last Legislature. ,It will decide a very Important question, and wc hope to see a meeting so large as to preclude the possibility of mistake in regard to the feeling of (his county. In the article published four weeks ago, we endeavored to lake a fair view of the subject, and to bring before the People of this Valley some of the advantages which would accrue (o them from a completion of the Canal. So far as wc dare judge of that article, it has been received with favor and though it may have displeased a few, it was no more than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 September 1842

Vs. M' Another Letter from Bishop 6ouIc. HDear Losoos, Aoodst 1, 1842. Brother Elliott: Having a few mo­ ments of leisure in this wo'ld resume tbe narrative of my Atlantic I visited mj voX®8 I Monday, May 30th. Tbe night has been dm and still, and the surface of tbe c^an so smooth and quiet, that in peaceful that most beautiful aDd retir^ home KC}ioa of terra firma be­ tween the two ^u1 S an* behold it was a dream. Reality fixes me nttr three thousand miles from that delightful spot And while am walking the spacious deck of our ship, in the light of the sun, just risen from bis watery bed, the sable curtain of night is spread over the slumbering multitudes in the vast valley of the Mississippi, ahd my dear friends, forgetful of cares and toils nwy be dreaming of me. The wind is light art S. S. E. and the yards set sharp to enable the ship to lay her course. At 12 o'clock the wind hauled two or three points to the W. and blew lVesh. Took in the fore and main royals, cased the lee bra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 September 1842

ISPS® [concluded from fibst page.] uited States, and in all gases where the duty imposed shall by law be regulated by, or directed to be estimated or based upon, the value of the square yard, or of any specked quantity or parcel of such goods, wares, qr merchandise, it shall be the duty of the collector, within whose district the same shall be imported or entered, to cause the actual market ralue or wholesale price thereof, at the time when purchased, in ihe principal markets of the country from which the same shall have been imported into the United Slates, or of the yards, parcels, or quantities, os the case may be, to be appraised, estimated, and ascertained, and to such value or price, to be ascertained in the manner provided in this act, shall be added all costs and charges except insurance, and including, in crery case, charges for commissions at the usual rates, as the true ralue at the port where the same may be entered upon which duties shall be assessed. And it shall, in e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 September 1842

IflMSi: niuni»imT wuk bt THOS. DOWLING. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, 13r Two Doilu* ft year, it p*M within fee* the date of subscription two doWtni*'**** if paid within the 7 -».• «ut,uhJ shwrfd Mil the ycftr exptiss, three ddjsrs jpr Flw DoHw, paper*, o«e year, directed wifc**"*!*" '. &•» f** SSSfegggj^ ^#a *&> 4i f«s tAW of the TOITED STATES,: rims at So KMiair or thk27tbcmtoiui. [Public—No. 63.] er.'tvaCt/ *//$ iV One superintendent of the northeast Executive building, at two hundred and fifty dollars, andthree watchmen, at three hundred and sixty-five dollars each. 8. IN THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT. In the First Comptroller's office, one assistant messenger, at three hundred and fifty dollars. In the First Auditor's office, oneadditional clerk, at one thousand dollars. In the Third Auditor's office, three additional clerks, two at one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars each, snd one at one thousand doHais. In the Fourth Apdttor's ofilce, one clcrk, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 September 1842

gygggggm THE EXPRESS. Kdllor. TjHO. DOWLISG my** irt •*& a, JS TEIiRE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 28, 1842. Can.il .llcctiiig-Scrip. On Saturday last, we had the pleasure of meeting several hundreds of bur fellow-citi-zens in the Court House, assembled to take into consideration the best means of ensuring the completion of the Wabash and Erie Canal to this point. The assembly was organized by calling Judge Dicceasow to the chair, and appointing M. A. HELM, Secretary. In obedience to a call made, THOS. DOWLIITO explained the objects of the meeting, and was followed by Judge Ht73TiHGT0.tr, who, in a cletirind most able speech of an hour's duration, pointed out the immense importance of the work to the prosperity of -the county of Vigo, and to the Wabash Valley, generally. He went into an examination of the real question submitted to the consideration of the people, which was, Shall the Canal Scrip be sustained, and the work completed, or shall it be allowed to depr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 September 1842

m-? ,A fc lh- & 4| lyitrriviil of the Great Western. 16 DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. •FIFTEEN DAYS I«VTER—SUBSfDINO "f THE POPULAR U0MM0TI0N8 IJN B2IOI.AN D.lREf, A AND ny respecta A puoT,~lpM,rJrr PARTURE OWHB^V^Jv?iwi~ •i LAND-RECEIPT OF TREA/YNB WS•f IMPORTANT SUCCESS g* THE ENG LrSH AT CANDAirAR-SrPEROT OF 7 S"1™3,^S,-hfchM-S tam bS v. The®l \}yfnrf vraa telegraphed about o'clock on Saturday evening, andat N. W^lelLondon and Liverpool to the day S news brought bj her will be 1 found highly ,. We are gratified to learn by this arnral that the insurrection in the manufacturing tn mining districts, bariug spent its violence, was subsiding, atid tfie restoration of Hrsnqui lity was becoming general. At many •places the disturbers of the peace liave returned to work. By the thousand upon thousand engaged in the insurrectionary move3nent, no ujre arms were used. In Yorkshire land Lancanshirc, the women were among the "most active of the rioters. The turn out in Scotland, regard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 September 1842

ac* is .-it}#1 ,k i, ,„ "*".-#«• "a'*, •k^-cP -Wsr^v 'u*vii t- MORAL DOTV OF BANKRUPTS. It affords U8 J10 pleasure to imagine that as regards the after responsibility of bankrupts who have "gone through the Court there is aculnable laxity the public mind. The impression, although pleasent, is very &Uacious. that legal clearance from the responsibility of debts, is an actual1 cleareno^ from all manner of obligation. -We desire men not to forget, that, as honesty of purpose is presumed to be the basis of all com mercial transactions, and integrity of -heart the forerunner of all mercantile efforts, whether a man be successful or unfortunate, so both these ingredients ought to exist despite all changes whatsover. The moral responsibility which is based upon these, must certainly be as strong after bankruptcy as before. No man is the less liable in truth and honesty for the payment of that he owe, -after bankruptcy, than before. If a man are all he hare, to his creditors, an...

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