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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 15 October 1845

Currt tttd for the Fidiana Statt Sent.Htl byj. D. C.1ItLi$IJ: S CO j Millen (uiil JhrcLint.. Faulte' H'tar ,.'"!V.r".n ' ' 7...r Me,. h.,,l-vs. I fi-, r-" ;Tand IV.ore rpe orer,-! INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TIIE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE Office on Illinois hired, Xorth cf Washington (. A. k .1.1', CIIAraÄN, Editors. 7Tho Sinto Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. Tili: SnjU'WCKKLY eihtiox Is published every Vreilneslay and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Dol lars a year, payable always in advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Turo Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. 1 in advance will pay for six months, will pay fur three copies one year. Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of post age, slnll have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. "2 will pay for six months...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 15 October 1845

Jnuuana State Bcntiucl. VI6IHWCE I TUT PRICE OF LIBERTY. i'ol t c .l Mysicrirs ol ltidi.iiiupolis CHAP1EK X. I:; the redemption of our promise to give a brief i i i . , r mom- sketch f the personal pol.t.cal h.storj or the met . uers of the misnamed Democratic Junto, who Mioum be- called office-seeking junto, we proceed to pay our rebels to William J. Teapklee, who by virtue of hi office of Judge of the 5th Judicial Circuit, is entitled, perhaps, to the appellation of honorable, nn appellation, by the way, which is getting cheaper every day. Before we became personally acquainted with Teaselee, and for a little while afterwards, we thought him a good Democrat, if nothing eNe. But subse quent events, and a better knowledge of the man, have but added force to the trite saying, that " it is the easiest tiling in the world to be mistaken." The principal attribute in the political character of Mr. Peaselee, is intrigue, lie resorts to it at all times, and of course when even many who bel...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 15 October 1845

saij; or i, Mortgage! I I In Sinking E'uiul for lillfl' fit Ik'IV IlllilfOKl. fllHH folbwing tracts, pieces, parcels or lots of lanl, or X s much of each as may be uccessary, will on Thuis- day the 13th AiV f v.,mh n.i in tin? hours of S o'clock, A. M. and 6 o'clock, I. M. of said day at the Couit Iloue m Indianapolis, be olferel for ?ale to the highest bid- der, (he Lid being equal to the amount chargeable,) the same hiving teen m orfgigcd to the Sinking Fund on loan, the inteiest on which has not been paid, a it became due, in conformity w ith the nrovUi n of Ihe morten"; and bond anofxtd thcieto : Itirthohmew County. The undivided 4 of the e half of the s e or of sec 14. t 9 n.llif : see reentit nf deril in rtjithiilnmpitr riuintv ki.toj 276-7-S of Book G for navicular description ; morfaedlv Ilerry Ü. Roland : loan, inteiest, ficc. 077 V0. Then w qr of sec 12,1 10 ri.rö: moit2ied bv Jimes TtcajAay ; loan, intent, Lc. $074 IS. j ale : lorn, tntr.c.i. t. 1 ' .. Ii !; t l,. The s e...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 15 October 1845

1 .11 iA i.'t iS .4 NU J.-OTK ra-ACi-E CimliJforLc LUiui.a StJe S"J i ir ' H luS'tUrie liri'krr. FLi:rcur.nts:atkaj tf Those marked tlius are douMft.l. I.XDIAS A. t i e R!; ii 'I Unm he, I C 'tiloii B ir k. IS J.S pir MlCHIOAS. Hink of St. Clair, il ir k f Kivei BUisin, v. Si M. Tank. ' St. ip. .".( 15 B' . . . prem, Ii) dis 10 Ii la e "1 , i'lO, r. U Sr 1 1 . . -i Ii rie"kt ire J'ati P. 10 piem. 10 ii. i MU In tan l.. Co 10 i!i. ! Kemickv, ! All BatA. in Cm Slate par .;;.-i. n c Kite's, i. ...Ii. 50 di -..-.. v In. Co. 10 du ' IX. o. I Illinois. I State Bank, 4." di i I) ink of Illinois 6j dis ! MISSOURI. ; . i ii : k olirribi, State B. and Blanches, New York. par P j (iy Baik. par 2 di. Ii i k , dm .i n i, r Countiy il ink. 1 I v - ie, F iiUI.n, Bat.k oi Ma-i:i n, Dank of Cnclewlle, H ii.k - f X ma. Hank of Suu1uky, li u.k i'f Man Ha, It ii k i f Ml. Pleav.nt, IJi;k cf .Vuwlk, JUi k cf Gni,;a, Ba- k f 7. me-Ville, p.l Lai pii par par par p.r pai pir Maryland. Bltiu.oie ( i'y Banks...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 October 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF THE STATE (grOJice on Illinois Street, Sörth of "Washington G. A. k J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. O-The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. the si;mi-vi:i:kly editiox Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Dol lars a year payable always in advance. TIID WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. .$1 in advance will pay for six months. $ will pay for three copies one year. m Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $2 will pay for six months. 1 will always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar a squa...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 October 1845

Jnöiaua State Sentinel. WMlIILY LDITIOA. trrao tioh.cc i the rates: or ttaca.T. Aol.tcl Jly stems of ludi.iu.ipolis. ciufter x. Ia the redemption of sketch of the personal bers of the mianimcd be called Ju 'tficc-setking junto, we proceed to pay our respects to William J. Peaselee, who by xirtue of hn office of Jude of thJ 5th Judicial Circuit, is entitled, perhaps, to the appellation of honorable, an appclhtiuQ, by the way, which Is getting cheaper every da. Ecfre we became personally acquainted with Teasehje, and fr a lill-e while afterwards, we thought Lim a good Democrat, if nothing else. But subse quent events, and a Letter knowledge of the man, have but added force to the trite sayings that " it is the eas.est tl.ing in the world to be mistaken." The principal attribute in the political character of Mr. Peaselee, is intrigue. He resorts to it at all times, and of course when even many who believe in its ut.Iity sometimes, can see no excuse for it. lie seems to cuns.der intrigu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 October 1845

SALE OP LV.I)S 3Iorlga;;e;l tu the Sinking Fund for T failure to pay Interest. ME following tracts, piece, parcel or lot of land, or much of each ma be necessary, will on Tbuis oay the 13th day of November nest, between the boon of 8 0 crock, A. M. and 6 o'clock. P. M. of aid day at the Court Hou-e id Indianapolis be öftere J for sale to the hihet bid der, (the bid bein equal to Ihe amount chargeable,) Ihe ,Jirf li-in been mortged to the Sinking Fund on loan, Ihe inteiest on which has not been paiJ, as it became due, in conformity w ith the provisijo of the iDoitjage and bonds annexed theielo: B irtholomew County. The undiiided j uf ihe e half of the a e rjr of sec 14, t 9 D t 6 e ; fee record cf deeds in Bartholomew county, pijes 26-7-8 of Book G for paiticular description ; mortgaged by Henry B. Kolaod x loan, interest, Le. $077 09. The n w qr of sec 12, t 10 n, r 5; mortgaged by James Tread va v ; loan, inteiest, ke. $074 IS. The e qr of see 27, and the o w qr of the n e qr of ne...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 October 1845

COM 71 L W I CATI OX S. The Central Canal and John Carlisle. The Diiblic have been addressed in the name of Tohn Carlisle, in a communication which was pub lished in the Sentinel dated the Jd of Sept. The object of that publication m to cast censure upon the otticers of State, whose duty it is to take care of the State interest connected with that work. The Ca nal Ageat is most roughly abused, and charged with neglect and incapacity. To those unacquainted with tue state of facU, thee charges rnajr seem true, and '. -ttref re require some correction. Ju'in Carusle i a miller, and owns & mill at Indi-a;i--:Is, which mill i supplied with water from the laital. II-' leises Iiis water pwer from the State, a.id I am n,fVr!:-d ihut he leases only enough of wa ter power fur f.u-- run of toues, fjr which he pays on ..iudrt-d - ü i i:t".v Jolla-s per year per run. Not-w;tl:-:t j th!;- Mr. tjifii pays for only fr four run of sues i.' and ha im en in tiie habit of using water f r fiv:t ti.e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 18 October 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TllK OFFICIAL UAZKTTE OF THE STATE (gp'Ojjice on Illinois Street, Sörth of Washington (!. A. k J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors O-Thc State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. the si:mi-vi:i:iii.y i:ditio Is publislieil every Wednesday and Saturday, arid dur ing the $es!ion of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tued.iys, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four D1 lars a year, payable always in advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION I? published every Thursday, at Tico Dollars a yetr, always to be paid in advance. $1 in advance will pay for six months. $-3 will pay fur three copies one year. Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $2 will pay for six mont!i3. $1 will alwavs be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dolla...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 18 October 1845

Jnuicuta State Sentinel. fTFRU VIGIL CCF. I Til f. PRICF. OF LIBF.RTT. I vtt v. rori4, toiskii is. mis. 07 U'e are requested t state that there Will be a meeting of the Democratic State Cenfral Committee, ct Drake' Hotel, on Monday evening next, at early candle light. In.. Oct. 13. 1845. I)au 81ns I l axe jour prospectus for the fifth ol un of ihe tiie Sentinel. Y-U request some one in enri lovMi in the S:te to net as 20111 in procuring sub-M-ri.ion f y..ur .H-er. I llie you hc nn agent in ilt ( I .1 -k.i.) c-.uitly. I in willm l, eiert what little H flu 1. e I may p.--s with my fellow citizens in tfhalf f your i pr A rlul of twenty is in process of forma tion in Ihu town and no doubt will I? f.nned. Questions are frequently s-k-d me lo which I an not able to rrtur iuwrn. ai d which I propound to 'oll. Are you wrlim. thit nM fill. 9 fiber, where trrnn for which they lne jji-criled ad paid, ha or i about to expire, rh ni l becoint a rtv to the club and receive the Senti i.el a.inr.li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 18 October 1845

The World's Convention. Robert Owcn'a World's Convention " lias at length terminated its sittings, after adopting the following resolutions, with only one dissenting voice: 1st. That the World's Convention Las been called to ascertain if any parties were prepared with a well digested and matured scientific plan of society; calcu lated to solve the rcat problem of the age, How the superabundant materials and power now at the control of society may be applied to produce perma nent prosperity, and superior conduct in each for the benefit of all, and how this change can be immediately e tree ted in practice without the least division, incon venience or evil to existing arrangements, in order to relieve society frrni the ignorance, poverty, divis ion, crimes and misery with which the population in all countries are now severely atllictcd." t. That with this extended view it became nccess sary to admit to a fair and full investigation whatever plant were presented to the Convention, that ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 18 October 1845

FLE 1 CHER, S.ort mf ID. OA. t i'e Hk .! Hi i he, Stair St .ir. V. f IM L niton Uir , IS. lis Pr Mich ic tw. Hink cf St. i Uir, ....I 4i) Si4 f ( ip, j30. Hank S- .i . W a-.. Ii' hrrkt 1'nr -JU e. ' " 15 trom. I S .It-. 10 ,0x111. 10 di. fi r i ol Kiwi Raisin, 10 dis r. it M. Hank. Mu Rigai! 1 tj. Co. 10 di. ' kr.MTUCKT, , All Rai-k in tti state par i Illinois. i State Bank. 43 U.uk of llluioi, 6j dis. Ml OCH I- tate B. and Htanchei, par Nr.w York. !('ltv Hank, P" I Coiit.riv Hir.ks, 2 di. j " MaRVL!D. j Htlti'iiorr I iy Hauki, pu Country Rank. 2 di. W -odDinn & Kiig'l, Uilf'Ii, 50 . New All" In. Co. 10 di. Ohio Franklin Hit. LoliiT.bt.s, Clinton lk. 0 ! Ltfr ai A Tiut, Com. H it k, Cincinnati, 1 f )'!, Kistiikliu. Hank ot Mat-ill n. Rank of Citrlrvil!t Ht..k of X' nia, Ü4 k of S idi:ly. It i k of l tiH tM. H.i k i.f Mr. I'.e.nt, Ht -k ..I N i w ilk, Ih k of ii2. Ha k I Z.iie-v.Pe. pa i pa i p.. P-r P-i j pa i j P-' . par J p .r i p. i j ,a. ? VlRCtM t. B.of Va.atid Hranchel, Cd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 22 October 1845

Ciiv in i:i)i. nesjp ie Hum hui iv. i...va' .. . i ... hole aioo inl pi r.nsii innini 11. . -. v. to!er, lHIO- 'tOUINO.N, rrcs-nieiit. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL UA'.ETTE OF TUE STATE (gr'OJjicc on Illinois Street, Xrth of Washington. (i. A. & .1. 1'. CIIAI'MAX, Editors. C-Tiie State Sentinel will contain a much larger Riivmnt of reading matter, on all subjects of gener.il interest, than any oilier newspaper in Indiana. Tin; s imi i -v 1: s: si a v is i t i ox Ts p!il)h.!ic(l every Wednesday and Sitnrdiy, andtlnr in the sfsion of the Leisl inre, three times a week, on Tudiys, Thursdays and S itnnliy, at Four Dol lars a year, payable always in advance. T2IK lVn:iiJA' EDITIOX Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to bo paid in advance. 1 in advance will pi fir six months. 5 will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting xlO in advance, froo of post age, shall have three copies of the Sein i-Weekly one year. $2 will pay for six months. i wiU al...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 22 October 1845

JnMcma State Sentinel. ETFRAL VIGIHWCE IS THE WICE OF LIBERTY. ioi wai'oms, ncn'onr.it , 14. l'ol.t:c.il .Hysterics of lmli.iii;iioIis. CHATTER XI. We concluded our last thaptcr by a reference to the intrigues of Wm. J. Peaslee during the winter of 1913 1, tbrouo-li which lie endeavored to secure the election of his person! friends tf all the o'Jiccs of State, over the heads of those who were or might have been ihz choice of a majority of the Legisla ture. The objects which, from sub-equent circum-j Ptanrcs, he seems to hive ha 1 in view, were certain- lv rather enlarged fur a man of his calibre. Had he succeeded in full in his scheme, he would of course have been a paramount j nicer in the State, though un known to the Constitution. At least vc may justly suppose, from what we now know, that he would h ive aspired to the exercise of a controlling influence over his official creatures. But he by no means con fined the sphere of his lufty ambition to the corr.pira lively narrow limit...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 22 October 1845

SALIJ OF L1XDS Morfgargcil to flu? Siiikiiisr aTtuul Tor failure I p;iy Interest. f VII IK foll.vvbg tract, icie, parcel or lot of land, or I. s much f each a miy be necessary, will cm Timm- day the 1 3t! day of November next, between the hours uf S o'clock, A. M. and 6 o'clock. I. M. of -aid J y ai the Court annexed thereto: ... .,.,, .,, UK uiiui i toi s.,,e w uy iieniy u Ruckle: Iain, inteiest, He. 593 dulls 24 ct. br,(.he bil being i-q.nl to the amount rlUlgr-ble.) the j K. w half of the n w qr of sec 13, t 13, r 12 al, c.n rne h.ving been mMisrd to the Sluicing Fund .... liwn, tain,, .g SO acre; mortgaged by Jcrcmiih Con well! loan, the interest on which ha not been pai l, a it became due, in i, neust etc. öiS doll 34 et--. 1 1 on - a . I I : . . i : . i ..r a c . . i . . .... t, ....... i..,i co n umity w ith the rruvm tis of the moitgage ami Durah ' t:r,r. rt Th utiJaiJed J of thee half of the S f qr of sec H, t 9 w, containing 40 aces , m.tR.Rd by Julia Fl. tche, Good "l rec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 22 October 1845

INDIANAPOLIS II A NIL NOTE TABLE Corrected frl luMum Stat Sen'intl by & A. FLETCHER, Stock ami tLului.tgt Broker. lj-TUom marked thus are ifcMiMfiil. Cautoti Btnk, IS .lis t.Ce Uk and Branche, par St.nr Sf iip. $-, (IS4 ami IS 1 1 ) 13 prem. Slate Snip, fäO, ' dis. Bank Sii,., 10 piein. MlCllIOAIS Bank of St. Clair, Bank of Hivei Raisin, 10 di . 5t M. Bank, Michigan li s. Co. 10 di. Kentcckt, Waton checks, Trtre Hau e. Woodbmn & King's, New Albany In, Co. 10 dis. 50 rlis 10 dis. All Banks in tin State par IlLlNOl. State Dank. d's It mk of Illinois, G3 dis. MiMot Mi State B. and Branches, par New Yobk. Ohio. Franklin Uk. Columbus par Clinton Uk. do r3' Ohio Life and Tmst, I'" City Bank. P,r o h.j " " Com. Bank, Cincinnati, pr t Couutiy B ink?. I -f.icir, I'-1 Franklin, " P- Hank ol Masill n, yt Bank of Cucleville, par li ink of X nia, Ir Bank of Stnduskjr, It ink of .Maitetta, par It u k of M. Pleasant, F'" Bank of Norwalk, JUi.k of (letup, rai Ba-.k of Zne-V:lle, Pr Be Imont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 October 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE OtrOfice on Illinois Street, .WM of Washington G. A. fr J. V. CHAPMAN, Editors. Or-The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TIIK SC3II-U'i:CKLY UDITIOX Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur in the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Dol lars a year, payable always in advance. xiie nrcKLY rnrnox Is published every Thursday, at Tico Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. SI in advance will pay for six months. $." will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting A10 in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $'i will pay f r six months. Si will always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar a squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 October 1845

3nbi(um State Sentinel, Y LZ Eli L Y E I IT I O . T.TT?L TICIL5CE II Tilt PICE OP LIBERTY. 1"II IXAIMJKl, OC TOHI U '21, li!5. I'ohtic.il .lljstcriis of Indi in ipohs. CHAPTER XI. We concluded our last chapter by a reference tu the intrigues of W.m. J. Pea6L.ee daring the winter of 191.V1, through which he endeavored to secure tliP rWtlnn nf Al t vertnnnl fr'.cniU tJ all the offices of State, over the head of those who were or might have been th.2 choice of a m ijority of the Legisla ture. The objects which, from subsequent circurm tar.ee, he seems to hive had in view, were certain lv rather enlarged for a man of liU calibre. Had he succeeded in full in h;- scheme, he would of course hive been a paramount joicer in the State, though un known t the Constitution. At least we may judlly suppose, from what we now kno, that he would have aspired to the exercise of a controlling influence over his olncial creatures. But he by no mean con fined the sphere of his l'jf;y ambition to the comp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 October 1845

salu ov im mis !tIor:?:i:c I t Hie Sinf-iln? rund for Jure li i:iv I utcrcsl. ..t.tr, ,Ä ir-CMiccK, parren oi i o i ".r 9 m . ..... I. t l . t . I . .. 'I i. ..... mill' f ii . . . - ' . . t . a day the 13(ii day of Nji mtie i next, b tweeo tue houis of S oVoelt, A. M. ao.J 6 o'clock. P. M. of a.d diy ai the Comt j . " m oe """'"Ji u" "'"- iiotj-e in Indianapolis, be eifere I for sale tu the (14 bid der, (ihe ti 1 beiti )-! to lue am U't clia. ..b ,) Iii! 'ine It 1V1114 I fen m iitgigcj to the Sinking Kund o-. lom, ! the i itei c-l un which has 11 l been pai !, a it becatn- due, i 1 co if ntniiy w the iuVhi in of the moitgige and bond ; auocxtd llicieiot B irthol,m?w County. The undivided ot the e hilf ,.f Kit- 1 rq' of see I I, I 9 n, r 6 e ; tee rer.i.i of dee. Is in Bitl.lim-w c..unly, p-itre 276-7-3 of Ut It ti f r p-titic.ilar Icscnp'i n ; mirigiged by, llet ty B. Uo.aiid: loan, inteiet, .Le. $'j77 09. The n w qr of cc 12, t 10 n, r 5 ; tnoitgv,ed by James it'i iur i loan, inle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 October 1845

The World's Convention, Hubert Owen' " World's Convention " has at length terminated its .sLtuigs, af.er adopting the following reKlurioiis, with only one dissenting voice: 1st. That the Vur!J Ginveution has been called to ascertain if any parti were prepared with a well tliealetl and matured scientific plan of society; cnlcti Idted to solve the jjreat prublt tn of the age, How tlie superabundant material and power now at the control of society may le applied to produce perma nent prosperity, and superior conduct in each for the benefit of all, and how this change can be immediately etllt-ted in practice without the leat division, incon venience or evil to exitin arrangements, in order to relieve society fivrn the ignorance, poverty, divis ion, crimes a iid misery with which the population in all countries are now severely afflicted." 'J. That with this extended view it became necess sary to admit to a fair and full investigation whatever plana were presented to the Convention, that...

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