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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 December 1846

nd the rnxion.tr.nc of Lucy Foster against it; laid on the table Bf Mr Harlan, from cltizern of Grant county, pratinz tbs location of Stat road ; referred. lij Mr Jone., from citizens of Blackford county, pray ing a tpecu! act for their county; referred tu a select committee. Reports from Standing Committees. Sir Stanfield, from the judiciary committee, reported it inexpedient to legislate on the subject of the resolution referred, in relation to the clerks of circuit eourla ar ding up transcript within ninety days, in cusea of appeal to the supreme court; concurred in. Air Ssleeth, Irom the same committee, reported agninat the expediency of lerislatinz on the subject of Dermitiinscreditors of decedents to sue the administrator or executor ; oeiore me expiration or twelve months from the granting ' Joint Rsttlu;inx of letters of administration; concurred in. j Jjj Mr. Ifamrick. on th- suij-ct of Iba CumherUnd J f llirm. fioin the same committee, reported a bill Road ; instructing ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 December 1846

h INI (hat thi eource waa beat calculated to have en. able J tha United Stales to extend to them the moat liberal jesliea. Do the 30th of December, 1845, Gen. Herren reaigned. he prei lency. aud y ielJed op the government to Gen. Parade wi&out atra;sle. Thu a revolution accompfuheJ solely by the irmy commanded by Parmtlt, and the aupreroe power in Mexico passed into the hands of a military usurper, who waa known to be bitterlj hostile to the United State. , , Although the nroapect of a pacific adjustment with tha new government waa onpromiaing, from the known boa- i tility of its head to the United states, yet, determined that nothing should be left u..don on our part to reitore friend-. , , - ly relauons between the two countries, our minister was "J f-- .uVBU ..iU instructed to present his creJedüaU to the new government, i ' for.re ,m!,7 ,im penme. it in the end ecoand ak to U accredited by it in the diplomatic character j "" . ? lh -h,,"J command it removes the neces...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 December 1846

INDIANA LEGISLATtBE. Reported for the State Sentinel, SENATE, f, .. , . , Tciidit, Dee. 15, 1846. A message wa received frr m the House informing the Senate of the passsge therein of the following bills: A bill repealing an act to authorize the people of f ayett'e county and other coantiea therein named, to select three Seminary trustees. A bill declaring t misprint in certain names therein mentioned. A bill to incorporate the Decatur County Medical Society. A bill to legalize the publication of the lands returned, and remaing delinquent, and the sales thereof for taxea due thereon in the county of Shelby for the years 1841 and 1845. A bill declaring the came of Ann Frankbower, a misprint. A bill repealing a!l laws allowing docket fees except in certain cater. A bill changing the time of holding the Probate Court of the county of Delaware. A bill relating to road tax in Elkhart county. A bill empowering the commissioners of Kosciusko county to hold certain real estate. A bill repeal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 December 1846

1 & CoovenfioQ to rtri e the Constitution of the State, with an imtniiinfni. ' . Mr. Howell moved to lay on the tabe t bill auj the report aad 500 copie to be rjiintrd. Air. Beatd called fot a division of tha question t hid oq the table. - , Mr. Read moved tfcit 100 copi'.j of the bill and if pott be piloted; Mr. Elfls taw- no Vfprlttj of priming. He wished foi information. , He itw do rtxua for a Convention. Mr. Reid saw 'no reason far hying the bill on the tilde. The majority of the voters in the State were t-y 5000, in faror of a Convention. I! itw a tiuition to nioiErr the bill, and for that reason, w ould etil fur the ayes and noca on the question. Mr. Biry of Monroe considered this aa important rote, and tjt it would te a test vote. Mr. Orth had do data jet, to go upon, in the discission of the propriety of holding a Convention. tHe saw no good r'flioo to piint ihis bill. aboti wh:;h there was.no dilTrreuce. I! w6ull not considei it a test rote. The question of hol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 December 1846

3nMqrm Blatt gtntincl. WEEKLY KOITIO.V. rrtBWAX, TIOILAWCC I THE PUCE OF LIBEBTT. jniIJIAIVAlOLlSt PEC. 24. 1S46. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent term of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: C-rayments to be made always in advance. Une copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 1 Five copies, one year, 8.00 j Ten copies, one year, 15.00 j Twenty copies, one year, directed to one person, 20.00 ; Semi -Weck I jr. i (Published three times a week during the session.) ! One copy, $4.00 Three copies, $10.00' One copy during the session, 1.00 : Three or more copies, each 75 ! Houses or He fit gc. It is to be hoped that the legislature will take time from the investigation of local matters, to give its attention to the subject of establishing houses of refuge. There is a humane feature in our constitution, of which our legislatures seem to have been profoundly ignorant. The section providing for a criminal code, declares that it shall be founded on the princip...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 December 1846

V INDIANAPOLIS, PEC. 19, 18-16. QCrOa Tuesday, the 15th, the Legislature in convention, made the following elections: Horaci P. Biddli, President Judge of the 8th Judicial Circuit; S.mcel Hasüa of Wayne county, Treasurer of State, acd Douglas Macuikb of Indianapolis, Auditor of TubUc Account. These gentlemen are all Whigs. Each election Was sharply contested, and that of Judge wis made just as much of a partizan measure as either of the others. We are not disappointed at the result, though while the sacrifice was being made we cculd not but entertain the bitterest feelings, the intensity of which was indefinitely enhanced by the reflection that it was in a great measure occasioned by the delinquency of our own party, who in many counties had suffered themselves to be defeated .by the stubbornnes of selfish aspirants. We hope that the lesson afforded by the result of these elections will at least have the desired effect of teaching our own party every where the imperative necessity c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 December 1846

IXDIAlfA LEGISLATURE. -Reported for the Slate Sentinel. SENATE. . ,. . .. TcrsDAT, December 22, 134G. Senate met. The President laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of State. On motion of Mr Ellis, a bill for the relief of Wylie Edmonston and wife was taken up, and referred to the judiciary committee. Petitions Presented. By Mr rarks, of John Mjyj referred to a select committee. By Mr Taber i referred to the judiciary committee without reading. By Mr Murphy i referred without reading. By Mr Beard, of the Trustees of Wabash College referred to the committee on education. - By Mt Winchell i referred to a select committee. Reports from Standing Committees. By Mr Parks, from the committee on finance, reporting a joint resolution on the subject of the completion of the Wta.s asn. . oaaa ana trie canai ; concurred in. By Mr Winchell, from the judiciary committee, reporting ... . t . . . -.. , it inexpedient to further legislate epoi the subject of super! Mr H,ck knew ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 December 1846

B Sir. iiarJin, that ths committee on 'education inquire ioto the eongrnities of sections 101, 102 and lOo of the erhoul Itwi, with view of rendering the in consistent ; adopted. Ua motion, the Senat adjourned. HOUSE OF K E PR ES EiSTATl VE3. CaaiiTxii Dai, 1816. The iioose net. Mr. Lewis preset) te J a petition from Mr. Mytri, echool ximiner of Clay county, lasgeating a grade in ichooi eertifiea'ea; referred to the committee on Education. Mr. Harlan, from select committee, reported m bill to How G. Johnson tq build A mill dam acro the Missis- inewsy ; read toe lust lime. Mr. N oel introduced a resolution tendering the Bee of .... a. a e - 1 B the Hall to Mrs. Irwing for the purpose of giving a ocal and lustre mental concert. Mr. Cclrna moed to lay the reeolation oe the table ; he tahl the House waa nt&citatij humbujjtJ already; which prevailed. Mr. Julian introduced the following preamble and reso lution : Whereas, this House, by its vale on lsst evening agsinst sn stMu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 December 1846

. "V''f 'i'T'" 3nMdtia State Sentinel; iveekLy edition. CTCKRAL VI0ILA9CK IS THE FtlCC OF LI BEB TT 1XU1AXAPOL1S, DEC. 99, 1846. Our Term. The follow iog will hereafter be the permanent terms vi uic irecviy jnaiana vaie sentinel: (Payments to be made always in advance. une copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.C0 ive copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, directed to one person, 20.00 Semi -Weekly. (Published three times a week durin jr the session.) Une copy, $1.00 Three copies, 810.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each 75 State Pkixter. An Indianapolis correspondent of the Lafayette Courier, writes in relation to the election of State Printer, as follows : " With regard to the election of Stats Frinter, on a C ireful review of the Rem eJ Statute, it has been ascertained that that election cannot take place until January, 1843, without the enactment of a new law on the subject, which the Senate, I am inclined t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 December 1846

IMUWAI'OLIS, DEC 2C, 1846. Smitlisonian Institute. We have been unable heretofore to notice the proceedings of the Board of Rejrtnta of this national institution, at their tession held at Washington early in December. We now avail ourselves of tlte follow inj summary which we find in the New York Evening Fost : The Board of Regents have manifested noble purposes at their present session. The question of Professorships and Lectures has been postponed. The salary of the Secretary was fixed at $3,500, and when the buildings are completed a bouse will be added. Mr. Jewett, of Brown University, Providence, will, it is stated, be the Librarian. The Secretary has the appointment of the office, but the Regents have indicated their choice. His salary will be $3,000. The President of the United States gave his ready assent to the application of the Regents fur the ap propriation of the whole of the large reservation of land called the 31a 11, to the purposes of the lnsti tution. Various quest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 January 1847

ISDIAX.l LEGISLATURE. Reported for the State Sentinel. SENATE. . TiTiBAT, December 20, 1SJ3. Senate met. A message was received from the House informing the .Senate thai they were now ready to proceed, wiih closed doois, to the election of Bank Director, to fill the v?caocy occasioned by (he resignation of the Hon. Jas. P. Drake. The Senate then, with closed djors, proceeded to the election of the tame. Upon the doors being opened, it was announced that both House had ueeeeded iu electing James Switzcr. ice senate adjourned. AFTEMSOO.V SESSION. Sena'e met. The Senate continued the reading of the Journal of the day previous, and in the discussion that bad arisen in the morning reiauve 10 a corrcetiou proposed to the journal. l ne journal was not corrected as proposed, but ordered to ic:uam as rcaa. Petitions Presented. Uy Mr Handy j referred without reading to a select comuimee. By Mr Dimer; referred without reading. By Mr Millikeo, from Omer Touey, and others ; referred without read...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 January 1847

3nSi(mn 0tatc Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITION ITC1.HL TICILA9CC It THE fftlCE OF LISCKTY. IXDIAIVAI'OLIS, JAX. T, 1847. r . . 1 -wt - Our Tcrnn. The follow ing will hereafter be the permanent terni of the XVttkly Indiana Stale Sentinel: (gr Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, S.tiO Five copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 13.00 Twenty copies, One year directed to One person, 20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a wevk during the session.) One copy, $1.00 I Three copies, $10.00 Une copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, carh . .73 The Stale Debt Kill. We perceive that there are apprehensions of a vague kind in the minds of some persons, who have not given the proposed amendments a particular examination, that these amendments propose to change the important features of the original bill. For the purpose of setting this matter in-ita hue light, we propose to analyze the amendments, Tor the purpose of discriminati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 January 1847

IIIAA LEGISLATURE. Reported for the Slate Sentinel. SENATE. Satvädat, January 2, 1S47. The Senate met. Petitions Presented. By Mi GooJenow . referred to a committee. By Mr Zeoor; referred. j .... iciciicu iw me committee oo claims, -wra Vom tifnnA; f. n- t . n " r ,"";.".'? ,"'""- repair destruction, ia road, and briJ;. cour in. Mr Hollowar then moved an .m.nn.nt th, tKa ,.,-- sioos of the till should nil apply to the White Water Canal order ll,"t ,,,e ""iiont of and committee might havo and the Madison and Indianapolis Railroad. jfurllier time to report, l'he motion was withdrawn. Mr Berry of F. then called for the previous qnes'.iont! Mr. Uoodcnnw made a report from the committee on seconded. i unrifiishet. Limine?, of a bill incorporating tltv Full And the bill was ordered to be engrossed. Wayne anJ Cambridge city railroad ; referred. By Mr Haidin, fiom the committee on education, a bill j Report Jrorn Select Committees. amending the fifteenth chpterof the Itemed Statutes cfi Dy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 January 1847

INDIANAPOLIS, JAN. 2, ; r... Constitutional Couveniion. i The Slate Journal of the 3')U, December contains an article on the subject of a constitutional convention, to some of th positions of which, we desire to record our objections. We quote one of than : " We hold that where a people have adopted a constitution containing a provision for its own amend ment, it must be amended in accordance with the j mode thu prescribt-d. Where no ruodc is provided by the constitution itself, for its amendment, it must be accomplished by legislative enactment. To contend that the people have a right to her or abolish a constitution ''without law and against law," is the advocacy of revolution itself; a doctrine destructive of all the safeguards of popular constitutional liberty." Well, this is talking plainly, and is the kind of language which we like to see those use, who hold the opinions of the Journal and its party. Let us apply the tebt to this strongly expressed opinion, and see whether it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1847

INDIANA LEGIS L.ATL II FT. Iieported for the State Sentiml. EJ1NATE. . . TctfDAT, January 5, IS 17. Senate Ret. - ' Mr Coffin, by leave, made a report of the bill amending d act incorporating the trustees of the Asbury University, with an amendment. : Mr Goodenow moved that Hanover College pattake of the ame benefits. Mr Coffin remained, if the gentleman would make a proportion placing all the collrgei on the lame foot ng, he would lupport it. But he wanted this bill u stand upon its own menu, and not to be trammeled. Let gentlemen show their hand. There weie several colleges which ihould nave the same favor shown t them, and ht m. r.a.t- . - J w . Mr Mr Robinson moved to lay the till and proposed amenJ tt.t on the table; not carriei. me A call of the Senate was ordered and while the absentees were being sent far, m tr. - ... .r wavi proposed that the matter be informativ ped m ' " ''port could be made from the minority if the CfifTim 1 1 Fa O vi lha n V . m n J"c,c'n W1'l noi carri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1847

SENATE. Sattbday, January 9, 1SI7. Ftlilvms Presented. By Messrs Zenor, Goodenow, Morgan, Clements, aod Orth Reports from Standing Ctrmmittees. By Mr Collin, a bill exempting ceitatn real pioperly from taxation, recommending that it be indefinitely postponed; cor"-wired in. d Mr Coffin, 4 till declaiing a certain act a mi.print 5 concurred in. By Mr Oith, from the juITciary cornniiTtee, reporting it inexpedient to legislate fuither npon the su! jeel of capias a J rt'pondendum t eoiicuired in. I'y Mr Orth, Torn the name committee, a bill to extend the juiisdiction of justices of the peace in the county "f La(acget concurred in. By Mr Orth, frtVr the tame committee, a till per mltinjt piobate judges to take acknowledgements of deeds, See. J concurred in. My Mr Orth, fiom the sane committee, a bill amending the law subjecting personal property to execution, recommending thai it be indefinitely postponed; concurred in. By Mr Cl meets, fiom the same committee, a bill ixlatire tu pioof bv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1847

3nöiaiia State Sentinel. WEEKLY ED IT I OX. ITtmSAL TICILA9CC II THE PUCC OT IIBI1IT. I.XUI VXAI'OLIS, JA. Ii. 1H4T. , Our Terms. , The follow ing will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Stntinel: . ft7"Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5X0 Five copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, directed to one person, 2U.U0 Seiiil-IVcckly. . (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, 8100 Three copies, $10.(0 One copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each 75 I . . The Ilatlcr Kill. The jisiat committee to whom the proposed amendments of tie State debt bill of lat winter, were referred, reported back the same on Saturday last, with few alteration and additions. In bulk the amendment bill remains pretty much as before it was submitted to t! e committee. It was put into the hands of the State Printer on Saturday evening, and though making thirty-two...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1847

INDIANAPOLIS, JAN. O, 1847. lloii. G. Um ton Thompson's ICcjtcrt. Hie report of this gcntieman, as chai-iman of the Select Committee on that part of the Governor' message relating to the tariff, is a curious affiir. It is made up of round assertions, deceptive data, and allusions to politics in general. The only argument in the report, is an attempt to infer that the decrease in the price of several ruiufactured articles, arise? from the protective duties imposed on articles of the same description imported from abroad. He leaves out of view the fact, that an inflated currency at one time greatly increased the price jof many protected articles, and that a diminished currency decreased their price, all without regard to the rate of protection; and the further fact, that a general reduction in the market value of rniiiufactured goods, hat been produced by the vast improvements in machinery. He says wages have in some instances been increased, but forgets to mention that men have to a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1847

IXDIANA LEGISLATURE. Reported for the State Sentinel. SENATE. Tuesday, January 12, 1517. Petitions Presented. fcy Mösts Read and Orth which were severally read and refcutd. Reports fnm Standing Committees. By Mt Osborn, from the committee on the judiciary, relative to rights and property of married women i concmied in. By Mt Robin son, fiom the same committee, a till relative to extending the juthdiction of justices of the j ace in certain crininal cases cuDcaired ia. By Mr Batbour, fiom the same committee, a bill regulating the Chancery practice, and lecommending that it be indefinitely postponed i not concurred in, aud the till passed to a third reading. Leave gireu Mr Hockbill to introduce a petition; which laid upon the table. By Mr Davis from ihe jodiciary committee, a bill relative to quieting the title to certain real estate, with an amendment; concurred in, arid the bill oidered to be engrossed. By Mr Haidio, from the committee on education, a bill amending the fifteeuta art...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1847

ffnftianq Btatc Sentinel. ivi:i:kly kiiitiox. ET E ft 3 A L TICItASCe IS TIIC PBICC OF LIBEBTT. KIHAX.U'OLIS, JAJX. 2f, JIH47. Our Terms. TtarinswiUlKTOftertoltelw of the Wetklv Indiana State Stntinel: O-rayments to be made always in advance. One i:onv. one vcar. S--0f i j ' Three copies, one year, CO a Five copies, one year, i i 8.0D Tea copies, one year 13.00 ' .. . n.'.,',U,t fiO l,,ro . f SMfil! ThP nmnhrrs wiTR'Ul I1YH12 oil the tabic II.C proposition to a 1 wenty copies, one year.d.rectcd to one person, SciiilOVcrkljr. (Pullislied three times a we k durinjj the session.) Oue copy, $ i.00 Three copies, $UU 0 One copy during the session, 1 0 Tiiree or more copies, each Constitution:!! Reform. We sec it stated, that " the patronage left to the Governor of the great State of .New ork is the ap - pointment of an Adjutant General, also a pr.vate Secretary and doorkeeper, and na more. All the rest the new constitution hands over to the people The new constitution of New York was adop...

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