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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 May 1846

3nMatm gtntc Sentinel. WEEKLY ED ITIOIY. KtKBHAL TIOItAUCE I THE MICB OF IIBF-BTT. INDIANAPOLIS, MAY 31, 1S40. - - .... - - a Democratic Xoiuinations. For Governor, JAMES W II I T C O ITC B . For Lieutenant Governor, PARIS C. DUNNIJfC. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: OPayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year $2.00 Tbree copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do--.- 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy 4.00 Three copies $10.00 Important from Washington Pres! dent Polk's Message prompt response of the House of Representatives. "We receired, on Saturday evening, the preceding message from the President of the United States, together with letters from our correspondents, and the proceedings of the House and Senate thereon, which we should hare laid immediately before our readers, but for the fact...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 May 1846

55, House rf Representatives, May 4. MIAMI LANDS. Mr. Thomas Smith, by leav, moved that the Committee of the Whole House be discharged from the consideration of the bill to grant the right of pre-emption to actual settlers on the lands acquired by treaty from the Miami Indians in Indiana ; which motion was agreed to. And the question being on orderin the bill to a third reading, The Loudon Time on Oregon. The following is the entire article from the London Times, on the Oregon question, of which we yesterday could only polish on extract, as we found it in the Boston papers, derived from the Cambria. The sura and substance of it, in limple Saxon, is just about Uiis : Tho Americans are united upon 49 as their "flouting line"; well, then, they shall have 49, though it is what we have always before refused. To tliis complexion then it has come at last as we always knew that it would; as we had gocd authority Mr. G. Davis orrood it in a few remirks, directed ' in December last, on our re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 May 1846

n A I l . - . i : . . . VOLUNTEERS! A I,ItOCL,A3IlTIO. Bjr 111 Governor ofihc Slate of ludiana. EXECUTIVE D Kf ARTME.NT. Whereas, the territory of our common country has been invaded, and the blood of our citizens lias been fched upon our own soil by a hostile force from the .Republic of Mexico, after rfoeated attemntu on the part of the United States for an hunorable settlement t all existing differences with that power, which have been met only with inJiif-rrenc and contempt: And whereas, by an act of the Con" reas of the United States, entitled, "An act providing for the prosecution ot the existing war between the United States and the Republic of -Mexico," approved oa the ,13th of the present month, the President of the United States U authorized, in addition to other provisions therein contained, for the prosecution of said war to a speedy and successful termination, to call for and accept the services of any number of Tüiuüiecrs, not exceesmg iAJ.UUU, either as cavalry, artill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 May 1846

JnMatia State gcnttncl. WEEKLY CUITIOX. BTrBJAL TIOItlCC II THE PB1CE OF LIBERTY. IXPlA.Vll'OL.lS, MAY 2S, IS4G. Democratic Aoiniiiatioiis. Fur Governor, -JAMES W II I T COM. For Lieutenant Governor, P A It 1 S . IHJNMXG. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent lerma of the Weekly Indiana Stale Sentinel: 0-Paymcnts to be made always in advance. One copy, one year $"2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do -00 Ten conies, do ..; 13.UO Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,C0 Scmi-IVceRljr. Publisher tliree times a week during the session.) Onconv St.OO I Three copies $10.00 To Correspondents. W. r. B-W cannot furnish left eofies ( üit Weekly Sentinel for Im ttnn $15. XV m will ftirnWh Iba Weekly three months Sir fifty teilt la u man j it desire. The report of the Fnprrme Court will b replarty givea in the Sentinel. Thank you fuf the itme. The Swindler IJeckwitli, and Joseph C iri.irslitl!. The tendency of the difence put forth by the State Journal ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 May 1846

manifesto of Mexico. From the "Liar to Official," (city of Mexico J April 24, 1846. Translated for tht Union. J Manifesto of His Excellency the r resident ad interim ol the It public to the IVation. On assuming, in the beginnin of this year, li heavj responsibility of guiding the destinies of the nation during a short priod, 1 determined resolutely to change its policy from the weak and pernicious system of temporizing, which hn been observed with regard to the United Stales of America, notwithstanding the nerfiJr with which that government prepared for the occupation of 1 las, lie treacherous violation or the existing treaties which guarantee the limits of the republic, and the insidious act by which it incorporated one of our departments with its own confederacy. The Mexican nation did not conquer its independence by the most bloody and heroic aacriSces, nor place itself among the civilized powers of the world in order to become the sport or a neighboring nation, which, taking adv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 May 1846

1 gfjc JnMcma State Sentinel. From the Demacrattc Retieic for Moy. The Independent Treasury. From the first settlement of the North American continent by a free aol enterprising Anglo-Saxon rcce, the great and unequalled advantages of soil, climate and population which it has possessed have bnen counteracted, to a very great extent, by two modes of seeking the same end, viz., to make the many work for the few, or to procure large profit fur capital at tbe expense f labor. The means used lor tins purpose have been monied corporations and the protective system. Of all devices for appropriating: the proceeds of the labor of many to the service of a few, the piper syttem, as conducted by monied corporations, having special privileges, has been the most sure e-s-ful and the most injurious to the Well-being of the country tt l irge. That the country, with its great natural advantages, has progressed in wca'ih and power in spite of the pernicious influence of paper money, has ben taken in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 June 1846

Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms Of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: CCrPayments tu be made always in advance. une copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do-.. 5.00 x i ve copies, do goo Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, SiO.OO Scmi-AVccIily. (Published three Lm.es a week during the session.) One copy S I 0) Three copies 10.00 End oflhc Volume. This number, 10D, closes the first volume of the Semi-Weekly State Sentinel, and with it the time cf those who so kindly assisted by subscribing at the commencement It has met with a patronage but little expected, and we hope that our efforts to please have not been unavailing. It was but an experiment, made after due reflection, with the fact staring us iu the face, that a similar attempt by others, though pro secuted with zeal for a long time, had proved abor tive. "We now announce that the second volume will commence on Wednesday next, and will be continued through the year, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 June 1846

L tU t U t tl int!) lLOttGtC55. In Scnafr, May 22, 1946. . r Speech of Mr. Benton, t,n the xnotioa made by Mr. Westcott, to postpone the consideration of the hill to extend the laws of the United States over Oresron, to the first Monday i in DerMnler ntt. Ac Mr. Bextox rose, and thus addressed the Senate. Mr. President The bill before the Senate proposes to extend the sovereignty and jurisdiction of the Unit ed States over all our territories west of the Rocky mountain, without saying what is the extent and what are the limits of this territory. This is wrong, in my opinion. We ought to define the limits within which our agents are to do such acts as this bill contemplates, otherwise we commit to them the solution of questions which we find to hard for ourselves. This indefinite extension of authority, in a case which requires the utmost precision, forces me to speak, and to give my opinion of the true extent of our territories beyond the Rocky mountains. I have delayed doing this d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 June 1846

SnMaim State gentinch WEEKLY EUITIOX. ETiaSaL T1CILAWCC II THE MICE OF LIIE1TT. nOUNAPOLIS, JUXE 'ly IS4C. Democratic Xouiluatioiis. For Governor, JAIHES lrillTCOill. For Lieutenant Governor, I A HIS C . I IT -M 1 X a . - y Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel : (7Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy g j.QO Three copies $10.00 Tlie War Gov. Wliitcomb The Journal. The editor of the Journal seems determined that if Gov. Whitcomb is not defeated it shall not be for the want of misrepresenting and garbling his speeches. About as cool and impudent an attempt of that kind as it has ever been our lot to witness occurred in the Daily Journal of yesterday. The editor first takes exception to the Governor's appeali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 June 1846

(European intelligence. Arrival of the Hritnnnla. Sixteen days lalerfrom Europe. The Steamehip Eritannia, from Liverpool May 5th, arrived at Eostcn on the 21st, at G o'tluck, A. J I. The news is Dot öf yrt at importance. Commercial and money affairs were on the whole improving. The Corn market was in a dull slate, in consequence cf the uncertainty, or lack of certainty, as to the course hch would be adapted by Parliament in regard to the Corn Laws. The general opinion amonj intelligent men was, that Sir Robert reel's measure would be adopted. There is nothing new on the Oregon question. Little is laid o:i the subject in the papers before us, and tint little is favorable U an amicable adjustment on the basis of lat. 41). ; The Commissioners of the Customs have received jl comunicati-n from the Foreign Office, stating that the Earl of Aberdeen is of opinion that Texas must henceforward be considered a forming part of the American Union. , Queen Victoria, on the receipt of the intellig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 June 1846

Our Terms. - The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: CrFaymenta to be made always in advance. One copy, one.year 2.00 Three copiesdo 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 13.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy 1.00 I Three copies Ä10.00 The Volunteers. The young volunteers of Indiana are fast pouring in; and we have heard that emulation extends so far as that in several instances, members of companies have desired and personally requested married men to stay at home.-This is praiseworthy, to say the least, ander the circumstances. Not that we believe but married men are quite as good ; but it shows a disposition in our young "rifle shooters," to gain a credit for themselves, worthy of their sires ; and we vouch that neither will be disgraced by the samples now parading to the camp. Dull and dismal as is the weather at this moment, "Old ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 June 1846

Stucntij-jJuntl) Congress. i Senate, Mmdny, June 1, 1S19. Speech or Wen. Cas, On the till to provide for the protection of American settlers in the Oregou territorj. On motion of Mr. Hanneg a, the Senate proceeded to the consideration of the special order, being the bill to protect the rights of American citizeu in the Oregon territory, the pending question being, to refer the bill to the committee ou the judiciary with instructions. Mr. Cam addressed the Senate a follows i I did not iutend, Mr. President, ngiin to trouble the Senate upon any question connected with our claim to Orczon. or with the prtcr course of policy to adopt in support of it. -t And I avowed to those frieuds with wh im I am in the habit of free consultation, this determination to remain silent. Delict inj I had occupied my full hare of the attention of the Senate, and of the public, so far as the public can be interested in any views of mine. I am now, however, compelled to break the silcnceT had imposed upon m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 June 1846

SnMaua State .Btntipcl. ' WEEKLY ED1TI0X. INDIANAPOLIS, JÜXE 11, 1S1C. Democratic nominations. For Coternor, J A Irl E S WIIlTCOitlll. For Lieuttnant Coternor, PARIS C. nUNKIIFG. Our Terni. The following will hereafter- be the permanent terms of the WeeUy Indiana Stale Sentinel:. C-Paymenta to be made always in advance. One copy, one ycar $2.00 Three copies, do 5.1)0 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do I5.ix Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy &1.00 Three copies 810.00 To Correspondent. L TWaInd.-naTe lent one of the old proupccteiw, do bier bei; am baad. One ward U eeverml others. No prospectus to aeedeal, other IB. a the (areas, A.c., mm publletui tm every paper. Cut K out ind attach it to a list, betaj particular to write naiur or per una, and peat office distinctly. O. C. McC, Kaightetowa. GUd la hear of the patriotic exert tana of J OCT placi to raise two Companies. Ton will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 June 1846

European 3ntclligeiuc - Arrival offne GrerU Rritaln. Four days Later from Europe. The teamr Great Britain, Capt. Hoaken, arrived at New York on the 20lh, from Liverpool, having sailed on the 9th of May. The Great Britain left Coburg dock at Oh. 55m. A. M., on the 9ih ult. 0;i the 13th the guard of the air pump was broken, and she bis been altogether six altogether six I , the propeller i scd under "ail . day of her passage oder sail ouiy, in beinr disconnected. He create -t peed wis 91 knots close hauled, and llj knots a little ! free. She passed the Bmk in lat. 4 j de., and saw no ice. Arrive! ai oaooy uuu v t"- n 29th, making the pisaajtMii twenty days. Twentyeight pa -senders. The new i on the whole favorable, both politically and commsrchlly. CoUon had advanced an eighth By the way of Ilivre, Washington advices had been received in London, to the Kith ult., containing the result on the Oregon question in the Senate, though not the fi:ial adoption of the resolution of Notice in b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 June 1846

Our Terms. ' . The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the WeeHy Luliana Stale Sentinel: Cr Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one jean 2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Fire copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Scmi-Wcekly. (rubushed three times a week during the session.) One copy 1.00 I Three copies A1U.IM - ' ' J AW -msva . fwbbuv III We bar numerous application to lead oar paper on credit. We . desire to accommodate our friend as much as possible; but our rule of advance pay me nta is imperative. Were we to break through . k Air a few, we should have no reason for not doing k for alt. The assistance of a friend in the neighborhood, k seems to us, wight be ootajnen to advance the small sum of two dollars. Dr. 8., AllMooville, Thaaks for twenty fire new subscribers. C. D., Nobleeville. The same to you, sir. for a list of twenty two. A- Trisbie's Mills. Tour XX. for twenty subscribers comes ader the same...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 June 1846

55, Mr. Benton's Oregon Speech In Smile, Mat 2), 1346. JIr. Bescton ruse and addresed tie Senate as fol lovs: In resuming my speech on this subject, I wish to say, 31 r. President, that the bill nut before the Senate is not the one recommended by the President of the United States. He recommended that the sovereignty and jurisdiction of the United States be. extended to our Oregon territory to the same extent that Great Britain bad extended her sovereignty and jurisdiction to the Mine country. In thi recommendation I fully concur ; and 1 venture to say, tLat if ucli a bill was brought in, it might pass the Senate (Iear inj oat unnecessary speeches) in as little time as it would require to read it three times by its title. But the Etil before the Senate is not of that character. It goes far beyond the President's recommendation. It proposes many tilings not found in the British act of things implying exclusive jurisdiction and sovereignty on us, and that to an undefined extent of cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 June 1846

f . 3nbiotm State Sentinel. WLCKLY EDITION. BTCBSAL TIQILAffCE II THE PUCt OT LIIESTT. INDIANAPOLIS, JlLv IS, 1SIG. Democratic Nominations. For Governor, JA?IES WIIITCOITIU. For Lieutenant Governor , PARIS C. DUNNING. Our Terms The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the WeeUy Indiana Slate Sentinel: (-Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year 2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Seml-WeeUlyv (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy 8 00 I Three copies 810.00 Xo Correspondents. A. D. B., LadofL Capl X. bat aninpU Um Hffieuij about J. M. B.'t paper. It will b cent on year lrom lala I B. C, HrKuUtukf. The TarilT. We publish in another column a letter from Judge Wick, in which he states the position of the Tariff question ia Congress. This, as well as every other matter depending on legislation, seems to be of se condary interest at present, in conse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 June 1846

Cu)cntn-?fiutl) Congress. In Senats. Monday, June 1, 1310. Speech or CJcn. Cass, (WITH SB. BEXTOX'S KE.OIXDER.) On the bill to provide for the protection of American citizens in the Oregon territory. (Concluded from our last J The honorable Senator acknowledges the receipt, in a letter from 'Mr. Kennedy, of an extract from tl.e journal of the English House of Common9 in 1711, showing that commissaries were appointed for settling I the trade between Lowland and x ranee, and lie deduces from that entry the conclusion that commissaries were probably appointed at the game time to rarrv into effect the tenth article of the treaty of Utrecht, which relates to limits. There is no necissxty to make this a matter of deduction. We have better evidence on the subject to which 1 have before referred, and to which I will refer again. It is the - statement of Father Charlevoix, the celebrated traveller, and historian cf the French settlements in America, who was sent to this continent by the Fren...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 June 1846

To Correspondents. X. C, Morjiatowa, Yoart or tbe lib, containing the cask for tweaty-twa mw subscribers, u duly received, for which we retora oer thanks. B. C, Bono. Yours of the 13th, wai also receiveJ, and tbe papers forwarded. Thank. Pa aaany aw aoteeriben are coming in, who deaira not ic-s of the reception of their kind fetters, vbat we roust say to them all, that -the receptioa of tbe paper by tbem is all the notice they want, it being proof that we have received them. We say keep loa ban tolling. 'Stop the blood from running! 0""Gov. Whitcomb, in his stt mp speeches, boasts a great deal about reducing tlie State expenditures 23 ,1KK) dollars per annum. Why docs he'not at the same time enumerate the items of retrenchment! Why not tell the people that in matin? such an estimate he contrasts the present expenditures with those which were incurred at the time a revision of the laws took place V1 . . r ..... 1 f The above is an extract from the Indiana Journal of the 17th. The edi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 June 1846

3nMana Btntc gcntutcl. ' WCCI&Lir EDITION. CTKBHAL TietLAHCK IITHt fBICC OP UlCKTti IXDl.4IVAr01.lS. JVSK J-1, IS 16. WT " Dcmocrnllc 2Voini.iat.Oiis. For Governor, JANES WIllTCOJIUi For Lieutenant Cotemtn,' PAU1S J. i( Cor. Whilcomb The Madison" Ban! nnd Iewpmi . A short time since, it will be recollected,' that tlie Madison Branch Bank through a letter (addressed tp Got. Whitcomb by the Cashier,) üfTertd . to' allow him to draw on it for $l0,CU0,to aid iVcloilnng and ubsUting the volunteers for the Mexicaif"ivar. The Madison Courier is quoted by the Banner as raying, in relation to the offer; "if we are correctly informed, the bank wished to hold the Governor responsibleon the refusaror State Legislature ind th- General Government, to - meet t!ie demand. The Bonner thereupon remarks, 'wc-find oti inquiry, that .the Branch Bank, inhe offer rna Je to, the Governor, did t rot propose to hold him indiyidiiaUr responsible, and that no renditions, as stated in the. Courier, ...

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