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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 July 1846

: 3 arSrSLotii STE.1M SHIP URKAT BRITAIN. 7&Lei&s Tlircc days later from Europe. TAe new Ministry Disposition to gite it a fair trial Favorable stale of the Crops Ao change in the jrice of an ton Money Market easy Fair demand for Flour Price declined. The Crr at Briuin arrived at New York on the 2 1st inst. Sha made the passage io the shorteat time on record to New York. Deducting itoppagas, he was tut 12 dajs, 11 hours, being seven hourj quicker than ever made io that port. The markets appear to be firm as at last adt ices. The sales of cotton since the departure of the Cambria, were 17,000 bales. No change in prices. Flour was selling for 2Gj. and 23., Jut paid, and a fiir demand. The money tnirket was easy. Stocks firm. The crops in England and France look well. A disposition is manifested on all tidea to give the new Ministry a fair trial. Mr. Cobden has addressed a letter to his constituents at 8tockport, in which he intimates that the state of his healt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 July 1846

roiicicx a LWS Tl STTA.V .V C-LVBRU. iSCäi Fi! I ecu days loiter from tiirupo. Tlie Com BUI and the Duke's Bill passed Irish Coercion BUI J'ftalcJ Sir Robert Fed and Ministers hare retired. Tlie steamer Cambria readied the wharf at Doston at 7 o'clock Friday evening, Lrinjii dates from Liverpool tu the 4ih hist, inclusive, LTtcen dijs later than our previous advices. On the evening of tl.b 25:h June the House of Lords passed tlie Com Hill &n its third read.n, without a division. At 'J o'clock tn the morn in:; of the next dav. the IIoue of (.V!nm 113 left Sir Hubert Peel and the Government iu a minority of 73 votes on the Irish ! Coercion Bill. ! O., S-.tMnt.ir 4y7'Ii T.,nr Slrl!:,Vrt T.-rl nn-wrribd to the Isle of Wight flr the purpose of tendering his resignation, with that of his colleagues, to the (.Juecn, and on Mond iy uight.tl.e J:h, he mau'ja h-nthy explanation of Lis motives for resigning in the lloue of Commons. THE NEW CABINET. Marquis of Landsdowne, Privy Seal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 August 1846

Our Terras. The follow in will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Smtin'l: CrPayraents to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, ,5.( 0 Five copies, one ) ear, .00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, directed to one person, 20.10 Sc in i -TTccIi I y . (PuulU'icd three times a week during- the scion.) One copy, SI.00 I Three copies, SKUO CO-Jatnc3 31. Djbi'l is authorized t receive sub scriptions for the State Sentinel until further notice. Mori TVi'iIlt TV1. .. l ! , . r. . 7 ' 3 UUi,lv" To Corrcspoiidc J. Fuber. Your paper has been matted regular? to Xidttem, as per first orlcr. We nave now chmped it to Conn's Creek P. O. T. M., Carlisle. Your request shall be attended to; tut nothing cm be done in tcu Uian a week or to. The follow in; U Hie letter v. hb we proved Int week to pnUh : A.Arous, Tabkc Cous-it, July 20, IS So. XI . Chatm,: Many r.f us having been utsrntT to yotir va'mhle paper, und hiTtiif a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 August 1846

3nMatm State gtnltnel. weekly EDITION. KTKBHAL TICIl-AKCC 1 TBI HICK VW UH1TT. IDIANArOLlSt AUCrST d, 1846. Our Terms. The follow ing will liereartcr be the permanent ter ms of the U'ef Jty Indiana State Serdinel : fjT" Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.C0 Fire copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies j one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, One year, directed to one person, 20.00 Scnli-Weekly (Published three times a wevk during the session.) One copy,.. $1.00 Three copies, $l0.C0 Q-Jamea M. Dobill is authorized to receive subscriptions Tor the State Sentinel until further notice. Messrs. Dobill ind Tyler are now our only author ized travelling agents-. The Election. The election is over. The result throughout the State is not yet known. In this county it is ; and it is a duty we owe to the Democratic party to give ' plain reasons why it terminated as it did. We shall be bold in stating the facts as they exist, and defy their successful cont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 August 1846

if ... mm i V!:.il. vuituin-iMnu) congress. .asanas Correspondence of th Journal of Commerce. Waihiscto, Tueidaj, Ju!j 23. Mr. Haywood. We bad further explanations, to-day, in the Senate, of the course of Mr. llajwood, and a vindication of it, as highly honorable, and pure, and patriotic. 3Ir. Mangum said thai, though the ictim of a rabid party press, Air. Haywood had been so fortunate as to contribute mainly, in this body, to the preservation of the peace of the country, and to win the respect and confidence of his constituents. In relation to the Tariff bill, Mr. Haywood bad not eipresf:J his intention to any Whig member of the Senate. Mr. M. knew that he was much disturbed something. II had no doubt tlTat, if Mr. Haywood a vote could have been made efficacious against the bill, he would have taken the responsibility of voting against ii. uui mis was not so; tie would not remain here merely to disturb his political friends. He paid a lofty tribute to BIr. Haywood's character. Mr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 August 1846

Fron the TkiUdetpMa Xjilk America. T!tc Crczoii Tralf. We art in'ebted loaftieni for the f ,Ux" intms'tr jj sr.d d fitni! r.t. If the mater of Ifie " Oregon trc-y " h-d not been pr.mu'.'-J t the pnblic and been lh aut j Tt if ie t.atk in the or'vi of the Government, we should hae had 'mj lujiitt;... t. tie tOj riey of the p'-bli-citiin. Ill" h 1 muc'i s Sir R-bert IV el ha - t-efore I' .ri imt-rt tin t-ro n si i;n;-.itar.t ar'icle it t'.e Convrn it i;n..r..tar.t arMclea i:i t'.e Con ve nnetii inro.rectly tatd in s. -erat hi country aour Va.hii.iU.ncor-be r.i re than a month a2o with a com- j don I a i ( leim luve lcpecttile j u.i al io t ie-i"i'tii'i)t f suu'thi'ij u r-te'e jriiwji of t!ie Tiej'jr a.-d Cirrep n It nee j th ten iff hi cive I"" assent t t!ie rontiact and a the rtiti- t rt on by t!,e il.ili! 2 vrinmect i no pioVibly oil its way :i..tai(e and e naci'- t Atlantic uii-!er ..11 thcc ri.cu ...I-, i. . .,f th. .,:. . - ihm rCicial t4Ct . - we hive i!etirr.i:.e 1 to I j all t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 August 1846

3ntöaim State gaUuicl. WEEKLY i:iIT10. . CTXagAL VICH.ASC U THE PtICC 07 LtBEXTT. IM)IAYI'QL1S APGI.ST H, IS tcT Our Terms. - The follow in g will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Stntincl: C-Fajments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, .......... 2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.(0 Five copies, one year; ......,. 8.0( ,len copies, one year,- - i l Twenty copies, one year, directed to one person, 20X0 Semi -Weekly. "' (Published three times a week during the session.') One ropy, & 100 Three copies, . . &10.0Q - , QOThe Royal Family " organ attempts to prove its intesrity in the ktc contest in this county, making various charges against " the Sentinel estab- ; lishment." This is quite natural, but it will noi at home here, where the underhand manoeuvres ofthat ' clan are known to hundreds. v We can afford to j over those charges without any comment The c ncter of our whole political course, gives them the lie letter than...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 August 1846

3ftMana State Sentinel, . WCCHLY KDITIO. ETtBKAL yiCt!Ct IS THE T.ICC CT UltlTT. IVUllYirOLIÜ, AUGl'&T 13, 146. Our Terms. TJie f llow inj? will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Stntinel: 03-Fttymects to be made always in advance. 0:e copy, one year, ............. 2.00 Three copies, one year, ...... i 5.C0 Five copies, one year, ........ ' 8.00 Ten copies, one year," 15 00 Twenty Copies, one year, directed to one person, 20.10 Sem I -IV eck If. (Published three times a week durirg the session.) One eonv, .... v i S 1.00 Th reo cop; en. 1 O.OQ To Correpoiiltiits, J. U-. I-eeavMe, la. Yoiif, of the Sib, wrta the numeaof S4 new ub. scrilr and the money arrived safety. We will change yiwrsutiscrtp lion as you dlre. Wa lb ulk Jod for your friendly teal in our fuvor. The Kiver nnd lI:iitor Kill. The following are the items of the bill for the' Tinprjvemont of rivers and harbors, which recently passed Gngrcss, and to which the President refused bis s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 August 1846

rOREIG IV EWS STE.tMSIIir JILBEJLVLt. V copy the following summary from the Uiuon ' of the 3d: " Tne Hibcrni brln-rs to the UnitcJ States the Ore gen treaty, ratified by the British government, under tue eeai oi wo new foreign secretary, Lord Palmerton. This document was signed by his lordship and Mr. ilcLane on the 17tb, at tlie foreign office, and afterwards conveyed by express for despatch by the Hibernia by his excellency Mr. McLane, minister to Great Britain. In ike House of Lords on the 17th July, the Marquis of Lansdowne rose and said it was bis duty to lay before their lordhiDs and that house tha treaty which had just been concluded between her majesty and the United biates in reference to the Oregon territory. He had the ati-sfacti;n of informing their lordships that a ratification had that day been exchanged. A similar notice was given on the sams day in the Houe of Commons by Lord Palmerston, who appeared at the bar and stated that he had a paper to present by command of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 August 1846

From tit Washington Union. ! being at oil wanted to sustain the protected interests. The Conies! on C the 3I:iiiuf.icttirers. We suhtnit to these advocati-s cf ihe old tariff, that We find in the Intelligencer of this morning a1 when a law" taxes the people to euch an amount, column of correspondence To relation' to the new tariffand yet collects one dollar in. every fuitr of Its ta.xaand to Mr. Webster's proposed amendment' of it, lion wholly without any good purpose, and fliat, too, whic'i we deem important and remarkable enough to on the admis-ion of its friend the;sclres we submit be laid at len-rth before our readers. The letters of that tic whole "principle and policy of such a the manuficiurera and tf Mr. Webster clearly establish, ia the first place, that the protectionists reject the idsa of a compromise bc-lAcen the taritT system emboded in the act of ll'i, and that which is maintained in the act vf l-Ui. Messrs. Chambers and lhivi. say that Mr. -Webster" propo-ed amendmen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 August 1846

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TUE STATE 0jOJice on Illinois Street, Xorlh of Washington. G. A. & jyCJLyjMÄ Editors. 07"Tbe State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general Interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TIIK SE.lII-WEi:ilLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and during the session of t!ic Legislature., three times a week, on Tuesday, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at Four Dollars a year, payable always in advance. THE YVEEItLY EDITIO.V la published every Thursday, at Ttco Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. :?l in advance will pay for six months. $i will piy fjr three copies one year. Person remitting $10 in advance, free of postage, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. .$"2 will payfor six months. 1 will always be charged for the f ri-Weekly, and 50 cents fur the Weekly, during tli3 Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted three times at one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 August 1846

ffnftiann Btatc gcntmcl. WGnULY EDITION. lXUl.iXAI'OLlSt. AIGIST 20, 1H4G. Cur IVi mThe follovi in? will hereafter te the permanent terms of the XVetkfy Indiana Slate Sinti net: fjr-Fayments to be made always in advance, rt .-o, i Cr1 00 VlIC tVLJ) . Three copies, one year, 5. 0 Vivi runipp. one vear. c.1 Ten copie, one year, lo.OO Twenty copies, one year, directed to one person, 20.10 Scml -Weekly. Published three times a week durir g the session.) One copy. Si 00 Three copies. ÄlO.I'O Particular Notice. Frnm particular lnfiin.nion received at this office, we owe it to nnrseivas and 11m public tu withdraw all our travelling gentin, except in (tut f E. S. Truca ; an l al, all arrangements beretarflire made with the " Western Cultivator, and Spectator." mdiuiu old aopriefc was concerurtl. With Um new conductors of the. pajr, u arrange. fftU h iv hrm marie. Aitj'. IS, 1843. 5a 3v C. A. J. T. CHAPMAN - To Correspondent. Fkkites hw prevented a mil ice of several cotuuiuuicaiioM. all now...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 August 1846

Am XT FouEicar sews igl2s?ai 8TE.LVSIIP OREJt T WESTER. ESTEILY. Six days later from Europe. XwJ Ja'm RusseWs new Sugar measure Äonor o IV 'JH. Louis McLane slate or the crops the Poialo rot in Ireland again Repeal disputes' consumption of Indian corn state of the markets, VThe new by the Great Wettern ia but alz Jays later than that received by the last steamer. Tba election seemed to engross the entire attention of the press anj the people of France. In Ppain, the Queen's marriage was the general topic of dUcosston, with the claims cf the different can&Jates fjr her hand. The ahip Louise, Härtest, and Sophia, arrived at Bremen, f-om Baltimore on the 12th and I3ih of July. On the 20'.h of July the ship Powhatan sailed from Liverpool, and tba Herman from Deal, both Baltimore. The bar? eat in the South of France is making some progrena. but the result doe not seem to be very satisfactory. The extraordinary heat of the temperature in June and Ja! has caused a notable defic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 August 1846

The OrrtJOli Treaty In thc United Slates House cf Representatives on lie 6t!i inst., thc bill fur lh establishment f a territorial government in Orfgon beinj under cunsldoraliott, a sornr.vhat interesting delate occurred, involving llie merits and demerits of the Oregon Treaty. As some point were touched opon which arc more or les un ettt u growing on of the indefinite language of the treaty, we extract euch portions of the debate as applies to them: Mr. Adams addie-scd the enromittce, but in a voice so ictuie um m w nr.i.y i.np.raio.c i e. ....... 1 tiou of the hall. Member ciowded around him, fi l ng up ! the a. ca in front of the Spt-aker, in .much that in the course cf hisremaiks they were. .nee or twice called to order, and II was insisted by 'tie cnanman n benai: 01 tnose lew cen Herne: w!io lenriined in their scat) that the aiea should be cleared in accoid nice with the rule. Under thee ciicurnstance tbe reporter regrets that but very little of what he raid reichet Lis desk. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 August 1846

3nMqtro 5tatc Btrttind. . DY G, A. & J. V. CHAPMAN. ZTCKXAL TICILAHCK II THE F11CC Or LIBEBTT. IMHAWl'OLIS, AUGUST it 2, 1846. Our Terms. The follow ing will hereafter be the permanent terms ' of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: (tjrPayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, Three copies, one year, Five copies, one year, Ten copies, one year, $2.00 5.00 8.00 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, directed to one person, 2U.C0 Semi -Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, fit. 00 Three copies. $10.00 Particular Notice. Fron particular information received at Uia office, we owe It to ouraaraaa and tba public to withdraw all aur travelling ageacJea, excepting Uut of E. 8. Ttlbi ; an4 also, all arrangements heretofore made with lh u Western Cultivator," and "S xtatar." ao far as its old proprietor waa concerned. With the saw conductors of the paper, bo arrange, menu bare been mads. ' Aaj. 18, 1348. 23 3w G. A. k J. P. CHAPMAN. To Corres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 August 1846

3nMqtm State Sentinel. WEKLY EDiTlON. rrE!tL Ticit.ncit i THt rates or ubkett. 1MI Al'OiMS, .APBi'ST 27. 1S-16. Our Terms. Tlie f.low ing will hereafter be t!ie jtrmanent terms of the Wecklg Indiana Stnle Stvlinel: Gf7Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, r '2.00 Three copies, one year, ......... 0 Fire copies, one year, S.W Ten copies, one year, 13.00 Twenty copies, one year, directed to one person, 21). 00 Scnil-Wcrkly. (Published three times & we;k during the session.) One ropy, gl.OO Three copies. ftlO.QQ Particular IVolirc From particular Information received at Uia office, we ire it to mtrsetvea and I Im bfto to wMulraw alt our travelling atenties, excepting liM of E. 3. Trui; ami al, all arraagrmxnU hereluAire made wiih. the 44 Werfet Cuhnminr " and ?vtMat.n to fir as hi o!i proprietor ' sea. t an UM aew couuucwra w mo fwrxr, n iijiijit brrm aiarfe. DtrnU have 1 An). It, lSi. 23 3 O. A. . I. F. CHAPMAN. I To Correspondents. J. M. B., Blootaing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 August 1846

COM91UXICAXI02VS. ' , ' iJessRH. Editors : I , am requested by the vole of, the Baptist Church of Christ en Pleasant Run to ask you to publish the following letter from George C. Cnandler to Mr. Owen, Editor of the Christian Me- senzer. Also, a letter written to JMr. Owen for nublication in answer to Mr. Chandler1 ith some w . Resolutions passed by the above named Church And also a Note of Mr. Owen, declining the publication. That tie reader may correctly apprehend the circumstances under which this request is made, it may be proper to state, Jhat the letter of Mr. Chaxdler, animadverting upon the Church at Pleasant Run, was published in the Christian Messenger " of Dec. 25, 1945. A reply was prepared by Mr. Shimer, under the sanction of the Church, which was forwarded to the Mess;nrer. This reply was reiected by the editor; of the Messenger, (Mr. Owen) in the following brief . and cool style, to wit " The article of E. N. Shimer is declined The Church being thus refused a bearing t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 August 1846

From th Christian World. CAPITAL ILM5lIMC.Vr. Exposition of the Ahull Chapter of Ciencs-t. There arc two" modes of dealing with a subject of reform in institutions! one posit ire, laying open the foundation principles of your own faith ; the other negative, answering objections of opponents. The negative side makes a large part of the work of all reforms. Tue old thought, on which the institution stands, is in the way of the new thought, opposes atl its declarations, and must be answered to the utter most. No matter whether the objection has any thing in it to you, or me, it has to somebody. It is made; and the new troth must answer it, putting it forever out of the way, aud going then forward to establish itself. Especially on the subject of abolishing capital pun 1-shmefitj the negative side is full. Church and State art to be answered. Human law here claims the sarttiöä of the divine will upon-its reasons of civil policy. The chorch interpret the Bible to command capital punishme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 September 1846

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE STATE jOJice on Illinois Street, North of Washington (j, A. k J. P. Clf AP3ÄN Editors. - State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SEJII-IVEEKt.Y EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, I on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at FourDoZ-ian? ars a year, payable always in advance THE WEEKLY EDITIOX Is published every Thursday, at Tico Dollars a year, tthvays to be paid in advance. ."51 in advance will pay for six months, will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting $10 in advance, free of postage, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. Js'2 will pay for b'ix months. Al will always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents fur the Weekly, during the Ieirislative sessions. Thc Stale Convention. The question has been raised as to wheth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 September 1846

ffntuaim 5tatc Sentinel. WCF.KLY EDITION. CTCBÜAL It THt TICK CF lllEtTT. 1X11 i V1FOLIS si:ft. I u. Our Term. The fj"o n? hereafter be the jermäneiit terms of the U 'ally Indiana Slate Stnlind : rayineni 10 iaue LTa '" Une copy, cue yr.ir, Hires copies, one year, IT.? copies, one year, 00 5.(0 e.ot 15.00 fen copies, one year. Twentv copicsj one year, directed to one person, i?.t0 JKcmi-IVcfkly. f Published three time a week durirg the session.) One copv. Sl-00 Three cop es, .l(.l0 t-j- i - ' ' lMrlicular JVotice. t'mra pnrticnhir inforaMiHin reeeived at Uii office, vre owe it to cured and the public I wklntn all our inurellinn pt mie, rsrrpting that of E.S. TfL; auJ !, II arran-rmrnU heretiKre m.i I9 wllh Um " Wertet Cultivuiuf," and Sperttfur." o fir tt old prcpriotor waa concerned. WiUi Uie new Conducton of Hie j aper, r.o anran.-nu-nt Ii e hrrn nwlr. ...,..., AH. I, 1 1 j. 23 3v C. A. & J. r. CUAPMAN. The Supreme Judije Gov. lVItilcomb's Course acknowledged to Le rig...

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