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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 February 1847

Speech of Mr. Wick, or Indiana Un the bitl to increase the pay of tha non-commissioned offliers, musicians and private, of tha armj of the United States, and the militia and tolunteeri in the service of tha same, and allowing ihem bounty land in certain cases. Mr. WICK obtained tha floor aud Saldi Mr. Chairman. Un yesterday, in discussing tins bill, kti honorable member from Kentucky Mr. Thomasson atked the question with much emphasis, whether the Democratic party on this floor could be serious, or sincere, in their apparent advocacy of thia measure f As an indication or the contrary, the honorable member alluded to the lact, that on two occasions dining the last session of Congress a great number of thoaa composing that party here voted, apparently, against propositions (or raising the pay of the volunteers alone, to the exclusion of the militia and regular forces. Sir, I lake this to myself. I am one of the Democratic party, and nn one, or both, (no matter which,) of the occasions...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 February 1847

to - rvr - wr vnra .. I sSSÜS irtVy.711.Y)l The steamship Sarah Sands arrived st New York oo the ICth inst., bringing dates from Liverpool to the 20th of January. The English and Irish papers are filled with accounts of the distresses in Ireland. There has been a great fire in Glasgow loss jUKi.ttu sterlini. I iuc iu.sui Uje rate of interest to 3 per cent. The food riots begun at Rennet, are spreading through the centre and west of France. Emigration to this country is going on at a prodigious extent. The bank of France has raised the rate of interest from 4 to 5 per cent. The recent severe weather has pressed hearilr upon the poor in various parts of England, and the local papers contain an unusual number of cases of suffering and death induced by want of sufficient food and clothing. The accounts from the highlands and islands of Scotland are still very deplorable. The bullion of the bank cf England had decreased 643,550 since the last report; and the drain both for France and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 March 1847

IM)IA!VAPOLIS, FEI. 3T. 184T. To Corrtpoiidculs. J. C, Terra Hants Do Mot know of om at present. Alto few weeks, could probably wit yo to a L mi. organize. It is time now for the Democracy of the State to fully organize fur the approaching cacvass. The federal whigs, emboldened by temporar y successes in Various quarter?, are even now shouting peans in anticipation of future victories. Let ua meet them in Full preparation, and as customary, victory will be our reward. They will fight desperately; but against our organized legions, with truth and justice on our ; side, they never can prevail Let us beware of dissensions among ourselves, especially about men. Our only and highest ambition should be to see who will do most for the sustenance of cur glorious principles. With anion and harmony, euccess is certain. Let the organization begin, where not already accompushed Eegm in the townships throughout the State. Select delegates to county conventions. Ata - f ten. lucui , anu appoint y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 March 1847

3nfttflüft fftätc SciüwcU wi:i:kly fditios. KTEBJAL VIGILAPCE If TUE fBICE OF llBEETT. iiivroris, maucii 4. 117. Our Tenu. The Tallowing will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana iiialt Sentinel: 5-Pay meats to be nude always In advance. One copy, one year, $2.01' Three copies, one year, 0.( 0 Fire copies, one y ear, 8.01 Ten copies, one year, 15.0(! Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, ;vgl.l)) Three copies, $10.10 Oue copy during the session, l.(K) Thrre or more mnies. each 7.1 L.csal Advertisements. The undersigned will not publish legal notices in their respective paj'eVa without payment being made therefor in advance. JOHN D. DEFREES, CI I A PM NS &. SPA NN. To Correspondents. O. P. C Danville. Yoara was receiveJ, bat too late for last week1 pipjt, the edition beinj exhausted by ma ccct.loo of about one hundred and forty new tubtcriber on th two days preceding the publication. The way that new tuUcriberi are "po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 March 1847

To Ihe People of Marlon County. At a public meeting helj at the court ho-ise Dursu nt to public notice, oa Tuesday Feb. 23d, 1916, Rer. Win. Daniels was appointed President, James Gillei q d lu7ers lce rresiüents, and vr. J. S. Bobbs and j. B. Dillon Secretaries. V ZnlZ l,ht!rIr,VMjrer5,-ihe, 0bje,f I mlt' !,Kon Jl !u 6 Pre"dent; a.n? tbe meeting was then addressed by a number of citizens, frÄ? "Ji i ? ? PpuUuon of Ireland and ',.,,., , j r . -. letters which were rcceircd b? citizens of Marion were rcceircd by citizens county. " p j f. LODUrn, John t Dn motion, Calvin Fletcher. II. Carlisle, James Blake, John Wilkins and John B. Dil Ion' were appointed a committee to "prepare and put into operation the most expedient means of affording to the citizens of Indianapolis and Marion county opportunities of contributing money or provisions for the relief of the people of Ireland and Scotland." 'On motion, it was Resolved, That the said committee shall have power to appoint such sub-commi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 March 1847

A Xovcl 1'ndertak.iiisr. A London correspondent of the New Vork Journal of Commerce mentions an unJertakin;, remarkable alike for if novelty and vastness, which is in progress at (he Menni Straits: The boldest idea yet started by any living' Engineer, is that of Robert Stephenson, now ea;ed upon the construction of the Chester and Holyhead Railway, "who proposes and is now executing a tubular iron brieve over tLe Jlenai Straits, (to connect the shores of Caernarvonshire with the itland of Anglcsca a feat accomplished previously by Telford, but on the old and well tested plan of suspension bridges.) Mr. Stephenson's project is one purely original, and of gigantic proportions. He proposes to construct a tubular bridge of plate iron, one inch thick the plates to be riveted together in the form of a rectangular tube or tunnel, having1 a cross section 11 by 2Ü feet outside measurement, and to extend over the fctrait in three gjans of 4Ö0 each. Two lofty piers will be erected in the water...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 March 1847

IXUIANArOLlS, MARCH C, 14T. To Correspondents Cincinnati Gazette. PVa tend roar daily to." Georg Plant, Indianapolii, Indiana," to t&e .amount of five dollars, and charj oar account. C. fc S. R. A. C-, WUlimiport. W r sot war of hiring omitted tb publication alluded to. And oat word more. Wo employ and pay a reporter for thii matter; and it U always pubUabed at tho earliest practicablo moment. If 07 body can do better, wo ihouU Lie tliem to try it. fT" The State Journal speaks very lightly of the recent attempt of the U. S. Senate t3 digrace editor Ritchie on account of the publication of a certain communication in the "Union." We cannot think that the editor of the Journal conscientiously approves of the course of the Senate in question; for even ad raitting, as the Journal teems to believe, that the Senate did not intend by its action to gag the press, its course was characterized by any thin but that "dignity" which Senators professed to be bo jealous in maintaining. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 March 1847

fpccch of 31 lien to tr In tie U. S. Senate, lb. 24, on the Annexation of Texas and the causes cf F i Mexican War. Mr. BENTON said : Mr. President: The senator from South Carolina Mr. Calhoun has boldly tnade tJie ieue as tu the authorship of this war, and aa boldly thrown the blame of it upon the present administration. On the contrary, I believe himself to be the author of it, and will gire a part of my reasons for believing eo. In saying this, 1 du not consider the march tu the Rio Grande tu hare been the cause of the war, any more than I consider the British march upon Concord and Lexington to have been the cause of the American revolution, or the crossing of the Rubicon by Cawar to Lave been the cause of the civil war in Rome. ' In all these cases, I consider the cauaea of war as preexisting, and the marches as only the effect of these caue. I consider the march upon the Rio Grande as being unfortunate, and certainly should have advUed against it if I had been consulted, and th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 March 1847

swer was sent to Texaa , and put an end to all nejtia tion fur annexation. The senator from South Carolina Came into the Department of State, procured the re Yersil of tne President's decision, and pave the pledge 10 me wiioie extent that Texas asked it. Without, in the least, denying the knowledge of the armstice, and the negotiation far peace, and all the terrible consequences which were to result from their breach, I.e accepts the whole, and gires the fatal pledge which hia predecessors had refused, and fol lows it up by ending our troops and ships to fight a people with whom we were at peace the whole veiled by the mantle of secrecy, and pretexted by motives aa unrounded as they were aleurd. Now, what says raoramy ana unnstianity to Una conduct I Certainly if two individuals were engaged in strife, and two others should part them, and put them under n agreement to submit to an amicaWe settlement ; a"d while ine settlement was going on, another man, lying be hind a hedze, should ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 March 1847

IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE. MOVEMENTS OF THE AK3IT; Ca p lure of a slctnclinic lit lf troop until' r 31nj. Itortaml ami Gaine. ami Cart. Cassias 31. Cl;iy, near Saltillo. LATER FROM TUB BUAZOS. Important Ittel'igencc Movements if the Army ('a; lure of a detachment of troops under M"jors D 'rtaid und Gaines, and Capt. Cassia M. day, Sa'till Further Particulars of the fate oj Lie ul. Ritchie Important Despatches Captured t Murder nf Lut. tWU.er, nj fie Ulla I oiuntcer Result rf the trial of Colonel Htrney, t$-c. By the arrival of the schooner Sea at New Orleans, we have dates from Brazos up to Feb. 6. We ir.ake the following extracts from letters to the New Orleans papers, which we receive through the Louisville Daily Democrat and Daily Courier, end the Cincinnati Gazette extra. TLey will be read with great interest. Camp ox the Rio (irapdk, ? Near PA AUo. Jin. 30. 1S47.5 Everything here betokens a aud ten movement of the t low pi Seventy day tattoos have beeo issued, and orders given to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 March 1847

"P11i,:APOLls- MAiirii 13, 184T. .. .uJ h? St?le n! intimates in derision, that w!l ' overflows with a "diarrhoea of . In makin g a contract with a Sute, ruled as this has been for three or four years past, by a Democratic Uovernor, it is but right and proper that erery thing should be 44 nominated in the "bond if otherwise, if a loOD-hol in Ipff. our immr -..,1,1 Itself through the seive leaving the'eontract to be fulfilled as policy or party interest might; dictate. express. . C7-Tbe audacity of the Exprevs is only equalled oy its impudence. Its effrontery, in daring to allude to the management of the State under democratic management, , indeed wonderful, when the lon and XV I f L I f. ror r r f nl.i(t(..M . -. I t .i :.l v-v. v ""cfctijr iriucuiuereu, wmcn ruined the cnaracter and broke down the credit of the täte, and left us at the mercy of the Shylocks who now, by aid of the Express and its coadjutors, hold Uie people in their toils. But ir is true, as the Ex press very plainl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 March 1847

SnMfltm State Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITION. ETEBRAL TI61tA!CE It THE FK1CE OF L1SEBTT. IXDIAHAl'OLIS, MA11X1I 18. 184T. "j"In this paper are published Vie laws, Treaties, nnd othtr pub ic Arts of the United Stalest by authority rf the Government. Our Terms. The To! lowing will hereafter be the perm&nent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel t OrFayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, ........... $2.00 Three copies, one year, oXO Five copies, one year, 8.0) Ten copies, one year, 13.00 Scini-TVcckly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, . $ 1.00 Three copies, $10.U0 On copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each .. 75 Legal Advertisements. The undersigned will not publish legal notices in their respective papers without payment being made therefor in advance. JOHN D. DEFREES, CHAPMAN'S & SPANN. To Correspondents. tr. B. F.P.. IlnnriTll'i. Your "fiiiiis" have been ready tliesa two wetks. Prijr tell at Low ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 March 1847

Speech of Gen. Cass. UPON THE THREE MILLION BILL. Mr. Cas said : In the remark I propose to submit, ilr. President, I shall invert the Datural order of arranjemcuL I intend to present my tiews of the causes and course of the war thus far, and also the reasons which will induce me to ?ote for the appropriation of three millions of dollars. To which I shall add raj tiews of the best mode of proceeding in the prosecution of the wär; I shall begin, bowerer", with the two latter subjects. I dt not rise, fiii, with the emotions so visibly felt and eloquently described by the distinguished Senator irom öouth Carolina. I do not consider this country or its institutions in the slightest danger. Never was it more free, powerful, or prosperous than at the presear moment, wnea untimely warnings come to assail IJ3. . . 'We are, indeed, engaged in a foreign war, which demands the solicitude df every good citizen. But me scene of its operation is two tlimiaanr! mtica Aim tanf and frma I Ua mnl tl....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 March 1847

ruo3i tux: axijiy. We giva l:lnv the details of iho news to which we alluded in our last paper: Geo. Sk-ott wii tili at Brazos, bat wu inected to leave on lfie Al.ilotm nvlttrl ttrfivwH thuM mi fli rnnrn I Iff f ill IGlll. Another account evs that he was to anil on tha Massa rhuMttta, which was waiting for him. Four tompaniea of artillery wr already oo board that vessel, Cnpl. Smith's (apt. Swariv-out'e and Lieut. Shakleford'a of tha 2J, and CapL Vinton'a of the 3d, who are to act aa a body guard . o General Scott. A part of the 8th Infantry wia also on ' board. I All tha private vessel al the Braxoa had been taken ? up by the Government, and were rapidly loading with mules, wagons and pi o visions. The camp at Pu?o Alto had been broken tip, and Gen. Worth and staff were at the mow id wailing to embark. All lire troops were in motion. The 4th and 6th Infantry were already oo board transports at the mouth of th Rio Grande. The 1st Regiment Rifles, 2d Dragoons, Capt. Taj I or ' light ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 March 1847

INDIANAPOLIS, MAItCII SO, 1847. To Correspondents. J. McC, Clinton. Vuuri of March 13, dues not nM ren our U iCTmi of clubbini. We found ii necesaanr to alter Ükui nie tia since, to $10. Conqunl!jr thou sent itl be furnuhed Diu ' moot tu. ß. k. L., New Albany. Aa aoon as the G over one approve your ma!tt we will forward Itie iL?. CrThe State Sentinel has, a tit? eummary way of 1. ..;,. -... ..e .i " d'-r r i ' . ---u.iiivi u ji vijf summary nojf ul :ating the route of the Su'Luis and Cincinnati til Road through this State". "JtJntirtiatesthAt it ist adopt a 44 liberal chater-VrauiTtby our Legisure, authorizing the VonsUcttqa Aail Road Ra must Jiture, authorizing the xonslodctioa -aRail from Tcrre Haute via lud knappt a'frL"3few Caeeto luuBiiuiiu. .-v i csi w 5 urra-wnat it morns, 4 mi' we believe thotibqye Vas-the points made in said . (" liberal ch'aTterjj!i va fca've not seen it. There tolerable," netiaftd. populous . region of country ..... . luTn w j un ill i nai " i i r 1 1 r- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 March 1847

Snöioua State Sentinel. . WEEKLY CD1TIQ.. KTCmXAL TieiLAVCE It THE FBICE OF Ultra TT. JXUIAXATOLIS, LaiACH 25, 1M47. .tVi this paper are published the Lavs, Treaties, and other jntbiic Acts of the United States, by authority of the Government. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanen f terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: CPayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.C0 Frvccopies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Semi Weekly. (Published three times a week during tbe session.) One copy, 1.00 Three copies, $10.1 0 On copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each 75 Lrsal Advertisements. The undersigued will not publish lesral notices in their respective papers without payment being made therelur in advance. JOHN D. DEFKEES, CHAPMAN'S &, SPANN. To Correspondents. J. K. P., Shelbyville. W have sent one number to J. M.aa per re. 1 W can nut break oar rule of advance payment la any caae wb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 March 1847

Politics In liic Pulpit. In the Indian Journal of March I3d, 1347, we find aa article headed, "The locnocos and the war," which after abusing the democratic party, for prosecuting what the editor is pleaded to term aa unjust war, closes the article with the following "Let a minister of the Gospel breathe a prayer to hijh heaven that the spurge might be removed from the land, and the vindictive f pirit'of locofocoism find utterance in imprecation- anJ charges long and loud." - From this one would suppose.that the euitor orthat print had af holy horror for those' wii'o believe that a minister of the Gospel has no' right tw, bet ray the sanctity of his office, to promote -the-inteset of a political party, by making partisan-speeches or prayers , from te pulpit. The circumstances here alluded to by the editor of the Journal in the quotation given above is this: A minister of the Gospel of this town, who ,is vindictive whig 'pqrtisan, has seen fit to prostitute hi high and holy vocation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 March 1847

Speech or Dir. IIaiineg:iii, t)a the Three Million bi!!, in the V. X. Smute, F,b. 20. Mr. IIimxecix said: The main proportion Lefore the Peit.ite is siuiplu in it nature, and when striped of ad. mti'inus m iliar, rather barren as a subject of debate. The motive which Mi.ltlceJ lim President to CH f nl the cuuiiiiiltcai on Furein Relations lo report, a Lill fur an eilr.jor.liii.iry appropriation of Iiiree millions, were Irankly ami clearly set firth bv lite chairman of thnl rorriutiitee in Iiis opening remarks, and signify nothing more than a desire to have lim proposed amount placed at llie discretion of the Executive, to be used, if neressnry, in tlm final attainment of that most deferable end a peace with Mexico. I will not oficiiJ the Sen ile by descanting upon llie blessing of peace. There is no object more desirable to a nation limn it proper preservation. A termination of the present war witli Mexico is desirable fr both countries by every consideration which policy can sugges...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 April 1847

ISPIAVaPOLIS, MARCH 27, 147. "The American Peace Society hereby offer a premium of $000 for the best Rexiew of the present war with Mexico.' The above delectable piece of information occupies a place in a late numtof the Indiana Journal, and, from tlie phraseology? wcftferat brother Dcfrees has been aulhofizedt to foi fl?e announcement. We are left to cölijeoture wliaflg be the character of the desired article in review'of tJe war; but suppose, of course, that n2thing would be acceptable, or stand any chance of obfainmg the. reward, unless it should be a ranting, raving slashing partisan paper, stuffed as full as an egg is with meat with whig falsehood, recklessness and treason. The successful competitor, whoever he rn.ay.- be, will have to deal in wholesale denunciation of the President, for bringing tiprftt the cöuntry "this unjust, unholy and ungodly tear, against an innocent people ; he must misrepresent the causes which occasioned it, and the purposes for which it is prosecuted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 April 1847

3nt)gna gtatc Sentinel. WCCKLY KDITIOIV. tTEBNAL TICILAPCK It THE FBlCS OF LIIEHTT. IMHAMI'Ol.l;, Al'IClL. 1, 1H47. this paper are published the Laws, Treaties, and other public Acts of the United Slates, by autltorily of the (internment. Our Terms. The follow inp will hereafter be the permanent terms cl the Weekly Indiana Stale Sentinel: 07" Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.01 Three copies, one year, 5.10 Five copies, one year, 8.00 Ten comes one year, 15. 00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, 1.00 I Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each 75 I?Sal Advertisements. The undersigned will not publish legal notices in their respective papers without payment being made therefor in advance. JOHN D. DEFKLLS, CHAPMAN'S & SPANN. a. . . Centre Township To the Rally, Brys! -k meeting of the Democrats of Centre Township will be holden at the Court House on Monday afternoon, ...

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