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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 April 1847

0"We are indebted to the rjolitnesa of Lieutenant 1X)V, or the United States Dragoons, who left Mad J8oa yesterday morning and arrived here last night, for the " Madison Eanner," of the 80th, containing V. sVn. : - mt . ?uc lunuwiu-j imeresumj news. j.ne Biaiemenis are meagre, and may possibly be correct. This is the battle, probably, of which we have had previous in coherent . rumors. The Volunteers sustained them ,i . iiwuij annual jjrcaiij ujerior noinwrs. From, the Madison Banner, Extra, Tuesday, March 30, 1847, 3 o'clock, A. SI. A BLOODY BATTLE I American xalor Triumphant Santa Anna's Army eut& giere by Gen. Taylor Loss of Cols. Yell, Mtf&c Hardin, Clay tj c. ' . From the New Orleans Picayune, 23u. General Taylor Victorious The Mexican Amy led by Saniir Anna DtfcataLat Buena Yiilauilh Great ii'aitgMer. We lay before oufreaders.'in advance of our regular publication hc glorious tidings from the army, brougiit ly the schooner John, Bell. Our reporter left ...

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

Landed Froperty 1-'ranceand Englani. France contains rjO.OW.OOO of acres capable of cultivation,! and in 115, had about 33,(!00,(X0 of people. Of tltia population, 27tC0U,(XX) belonged to 5,500 ,tOt) fuuiljea, each possessing landed properly. This eta te- iiKnt gives 3 2-3 acres to each human biting, about 4j 1 acre to each human bring among the land owner, and 21 9-11 acre, or nearly 22 acre, to each family possessing landed property. We suppose that these 5,500,000 families are not exclusively agricultural, a portion of them being the inhabitants of cities and towns, not engaged in agriculture, but owning houses, Imps, and other tenements. But the statement shows how greatly the landed property is subdivided among the French population. This is the most important result of the revolution of 1759. Before that time, nearly all the land in the kingdom was owned by the nobility and the Church, and cultivated by a tenant jwaiantry, poor, but not degraded. A policed and chivalrous nobil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 April 1847

- IVmANAPOLIS. APUIL 3. 1847. (KrOur subscribers must not be astonished if for rirtce in cur live wc should fail to publish our paper regularly. Our neighbor of tha Journal and ourselves have divided paper till we are each completely out. We have been disappointed in several quarters! but luve taken measures tp .soon, obtain a regular supply. ... .uajr ue mil Bor muxi fch us in season, thourh sor-e w ewhat doubtful. suspension, our readsäall be kept duly notified" by slips of important en news, Ac. - ""iaai.iiia Stale Debt. uuvniifji in wjooie fmount or funds necessary W thrp pay-men ojf lrtterest- due 1st of July next upon the" rjewtfhdr-na jSiVck16 be -issued in accorda nee vu"i, yu-ica jnen snouia oe seieciea. we want no broftenxwri'Iitryi.to'BuperHitend the prosecution of (he canal," jÖei'liö identified with the passage of the bilWcfTIast winiershould be selected. We Relieve much f-the oppoeitiop to the bill of last -winter originated n aVattiMf confidence in a few of the mien e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 April 1847

Jfnftiatw. State Sentinel. VCEIiLY i:ilTIO.. tTXMHAl. V10ILASCE It THE FBICC OT UMIHTT. IMHANAl'OI.IS A I'll IL H. 1847. - - this TW re published the Lavs, Treaties, 'and other pubHc Acts cf the United Stales, by authun'v rf the Gmernmenl. Our Tciiii. TfreTollowing will hereafter be the permanent terras of the Weekly Indiana Stale Sentinel: frrPayments to be made always in advance. O.ie copy, one year, 2.00 Three conies, one vear. 5.CÜ Five copies, one year, 8.00 , Ten copies, one year, 15.00 ' Senii-lVcckly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, $1.00 Three copies, $10.U0 Oiiu 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 wi'.hout payment being made therefor in advance. JOHN D. DEFREES, CHAPMAN'S &. SPANN. . .---- Misrepresentation. Immediately before the Baltimore Convention of 1511,'a series of resolutions was passed by the Dem ocratic C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 April 1847

BY AUTHOHITY. Laws of the United St:if es, passed nt tlic M-cumi csiou 01 I lie Twciiiy-uiiiili Congress. . Pc-xic No. 27. AN ACT naVina annroDriationt for the civil anA JmlnMiiU peases of government far the year rnling th thiitieth day of June, one thowsand eight hundred and foititisut, and for other tße it enacted ly the Senate a$d Howe of Representatives cf the United States of America in Congrtatassen'led, That the following ru n be, and are hereby -ap,rpiuted, to the Iject hereinafter expressed, for the year ending the thirtieth Jjjrof une.one lhouand eig'.d hundred aud foitj-eiht, ta.bt paid -out of any unappropiiated money in the treasury, namely i . Legislative. For compensation and mileage of senators and members of the House of Representatives and delegates, sevtn hundred and fifty-fire thousand dollars. Vf WKnpensation of the officers and clerks of both bouses oCongres, thirty-rune thousand fife huiCeJ and fifty-seven dollars' ajid fifty cents. Fot sionery, fuel, printin,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 April 1847

The Inhalation of the Vapor of Sulphuric kUiIser. "Within the list few months a rreat ileal lias bceo said anJ written reardinj a mode of obvistitij the pain which is ftrll by patients during the performance of surgical o;era1j)tis ; and a very great number of experiment- (if they may bo so called) have been tried, both in this country and in Europe, with a view to test the efficacy of the process. The plan adopted is to cause the patient to inhale the vapor of sulphuric ether, which has the property of so acting on the nerves of sensation, as to render the person totally insensible to wounds with a knife or other instrument. This insensibility to pain, however, does not remain present for any length of time, but, of course, it can be kept up by repeated inhalations of the vapor of ether. The action of the vapor, when respired, is in one respect similar to that which is observed in the respiration of the protoxide of nitrogen, or as it is more popularly termed, the laughinggas. Neit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 April 1847

AM INDIANAPOLIS, APRIL 15, 1847. t. X r lit III. I I v III 7. üöome cditonajouces art ommitted in .'.pnence dese to'nau; room for alapge" 3 r-7 ounW vi -uitii.ujg w a; s. The Wliizs'nml the ivhr. i iff whijrs have Jiad a virietv of nartv names in time, more "or less t7gnihcarf'"of their p-Iitical "."predilections ;1ut the ene tliey liveup-to most consistently is that of the wr pajty in peace and T&iÄ pa!$yi . war." r Thojr earned thaf before " V'fMjy the war ofl512, and no one" can: dispute stood toTVrfcr. since. Just prfcfeat contest with Mexico commenced, Ta Jtr 1 rr n . 1 1 mt !i A.fctlflAmnnt f -tiA .onVhch Iniockcd us out of a chance nkcly to stay etoJ", the -news or the ft ?.ir"Uqf. Tyivmcmbers of Cong! heTT the -news of the first battle ere full of 3i3 UsV- Tyrmcmbers of Congress voted ,.n?7"r?7i that the -rascally Mexicans commenced it, andthat they Jiould be -exterminated forthwith. Rut toVjont.' dliry t?njl that we actually had a war - wTCur CTrHey relapsed int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 April 1847

ffuDimm State Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITION. ITCI.1AL TICILA5CE IS THE F1ICE OF LIBESTT. IXDIAXAl'OLIS Al'ltlL. 15, 1HIT. ttjrln this paper are published ike Laws, Treaties, and other public Acts of the United States, by aulhoriy of the Gorernment. Our Terms. Thefollowing will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Stale Sentinel: 05r Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.C0 Five copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week duringjthe session.) One copy, 1.00 Three copies, $10.00 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. DEFEE ES, CIHTMANS & SPANN. i JIAKIOX COrXTY KOJIIXATIOXS. - RMrfVM.'M 5 THOMAS W. COUNSEL, Representatives, GEORGE A. CHAPMAN. County Treasurer, JOHN M. TALBOTT. County Ass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 April 1847

From the N. O. Delia. Ilatile of llueim VJ$ta. Description of Gen. Taylor's Position Cannonading on the 21 Gen. Taylor's exposed situation His vMte horse TiattU of th, , V.. n,,A , , - --- . l" j c"' General . - .' ' - J Lincoln, or. 1 fU, Crt.vf. UI: Colonel) JlartkalTm rhnrarm IV. rr 7.. Tr;. J " 0""" '"MWill'I'lUIIJ-" 1 General Taylor's Ifftfianh turned Demand to sur- ,,,... ? , r. ,J"r rfr Killed and wounded Ninon's discomjiturej we hd the pleasure cf an htervifnr'on Friday with Major toffee, of the Army, who biougiit (Her Gen. Taylor's ' despatches. This gallant officer a son of the distinguished Geneial who fought ao bravely on the Plain of Cbalmette, ; and in aiiouj other battles, by the tide of t' illustiious ! JackoD acted as the Aid of Gen. Taj lor in (lie bloody fi'ht ..... ..t ic Riruj niutuitu to iura lor many particular! of this hard-fought battle. utnerai i ayior naa Ulien in love, at Lrst th, -with the position at which be fii.ally made hi kland at ltuena Vita ma mov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 April 1847

From the Washington Union cf April I. Vcrjr Iiilcrolins rrom both Armies. Dispatches from General Taylor The great loss of the Mexican army Loss of the Americans List tf our kiiUd and tcoundtd Jlgva Xueva again occupied by our troops Iietreat, starvation, deser Hon, and disorganization of Santa Anna's army. Successful landing of General Scott at Ytra Cruz Investment of ike town, and castle The surrender tf both expected in a few days. We have never published a number of the Union that was fraught with more interesting papers than the present. Independently of the important letter of the President, and the admirable report of the Secretary of the Treasury in reply, upon the duties to be levied on imports into the ports of Mexico, we ay before our readers the very interesting despatches from General Taylor, aud a letter from Commodore 'Conner, concerning the landing of our troops at Vera Cruz. The two sets cf despatches were brought by the southern steamboat this evening. The despatch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 April 1847

tV l'Dlow,n Mot an? CoidÜ ,. Xhe wbigs are led into remarkable displays of in uie suoject of the M ex ican war. uany ot ibera are at heart oris, and WOuIJ re'oirn though In secret, at th Anra.t .j - our armies. . ulJU ucsirucilun oi few however have the moral rniir.fr tr, avow uch sentiments ; and they are not often r. cd, except incidentally. Others care but little about the cause of the country t and praise Or condemn nur u "enlevements, according as' they hope to be ww.vk..vu( iuC .uaracter oi the administration, or further the advancement whiggcry to political power and its offices. One instance of such inconsistency, among many others, may be found in ll T :U- t i he journal oi jipru i. Ytom a lonandlu gubnous article in one column, we select the follow jng paragraph, which is the gist of the whole : iiTT-.i; l i i .... uiiuuuai giory can oe reached only through such jinuumiui scenes, u is not a possession to be coveted - - j uv itnucitii iiiura prosperous, our people happier a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 April 1847

JtitiiQtta State gcntincl. WEEKLY EDITION crcasAL ticilapcc is thc nice or libcsty. I S D I A . PO L IS AlMtlL gtf, 1S47. .trrt this jjr are pub! inked the Laus, Treaties, and other put ic Acts of the United States, by riv of the Government. Our Tciius. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Stnte Sentinel: CrPa ywents to be made always in advance. One copy, cue year, .... ....2.00 Three copies, one year, ........ 5.( 0 Fire copies', one year, ....... tt.OO Te copies, cne year, 15.00 Seml-Weckly. (Published three times a wetrk during the session.) One copy, $1.00 Three copies, $10.l!0 One copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each 73 Lfjal Advertisements. The undersigned will not publish legal notices in their respective papers without payment being made i r ; I rrx it v n nrrPr CHAPMANS & SPANN. To Jorropondenls. : F. 8., Slink ani"! MU1.. Tonn of 8tk Marek aas never been re cuttl It U fr lots, kowever, waen autaeedeatea ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 April 1847

prisoner to be detained d,y,, .d subsisted til neccssarj) for tha lime by the United States, when thej may be permitted to retire to their reSDectise may be permitted to retire to their respective i, their officers giving the usual parole that the hornet said rank and file shall not serre again until duly ex PB fe- aa Wl 1 SH 1 m. V II - .-IV I iuaujeu. 7. All the material of war, and all public property of every description found in the city and ita dependencies, to belong to tbe United States; but the armament of the same, not injured or destroyed in the further prosecution of the actual war, may be considered aa liable to be restored to Mexico by a definitive treaty of peace. 8. If the Mexican commissioners decline, from the want of power or authority, to treat of the surrender of the castle of San Juan de Ulloa, the American commissioner! will orge the former to ask for such powers, and grant any necessary delay to that end; but if such power be not asked for, or be not, on appl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 April 1847

from the AT. O. Picayune of the 6lk. The Jloveineul of Santa Anna. ' Our readers will be interested in Santa Anna' movemtr.ts. He was at Cedral when he beard of the revolutionary attempt on the city of Mexico. He wrote thence on the 3J March, avowing h s opposition to the attempt, and then pushed on to MaU-huala. He wrote thence on the 6th u!t., to the Secretary of War, announcing that he would march on the capital with a large division of hie force, and put down the rerolution. Another letter of the same date to Gomez Paria ist full rf kindnpas fur him. and renTMnc uDOn I the tnitors. One passaga amused us : With reason Taylor remarked at Saltillo Ihree week" since, ' do wt fear Hanta Anna; there trill be a revolution in Mixico tery toon, and he will be deposed.'" We would like to give these letters, but they are far U numero s. ..... j The entrance of Santa Anna into San Luw Putosi on tlie 8th ult., was a triumphal one. . All classes went out to meet him two or three miles on the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 April 1847

Akuv. .We J.ave re ceived from our regular correspondent in GeruTay." lor's army, an additional letter to tbe one published in this paper, and highly interesting. .It is accom-I t wi mo uaiitc-iieiu, exceueniiy urawn i by our townsman and friend, L. H.Wood, a younz man of excellent renius and acauiremontf. and trim nntrl. ot. ; We regret that vre cannot Lave it engraved for our paper. Oce sight of it, by those acquainted with u - i . military science and tactics, is sufficient to convince them of the rare military talents of Gen. Taylor; and to the uninitiated, is a lesson worthy their admiration, combined as it was, with victory almost unparalleled, and brings forcibly to -our minds, the important maxim of a great General, "in peace, prepare for war." It Is the only way, in fact, in which war may generally be avoided. We should therefore he. impressed with the importance of a well organized militia not to parade (pr show ; but to learn even to learn a branch vfnyit hematics, too mu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 April 1847

ffubioim State fimtincl. WSCKLY r.DITlOX. lflt TICILAUCC 1 THI MI or LlillTT. 1D1A .l'OLIS APU1L ',9, 1SI7. ofneer writes "lince thu insurrection has been so! promptly suppressed, it is believed the country is in a safer cnnd.lion than it La been since taken poesession of." The whole series of events has, indeed, be-ii most brilliant and glorious to our arms. There has been no achievement in this whole war superior in its chivalry an J darin; to the attack and capture of the church at Pueblo. The victory has cost us sutne precious lives, anion wh'm is Captain Burcwin, of the regular army. Anoniccrwhoknewhiin intimately write that "the army did not furnish a better specimen of the combination of the gentlemen with the officer. In all these affairs the enemy lost more than four to one. - - Nn official dispatches have yet been received from the detachment of the same army under Col. Doni phan. But the Mexican officials attest bis gallantry Sein I-Ween It. (Published three times a weck ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 April 1847

A PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. OF INDIANA. "Whereas, by a cooimunicatioa from the Secretary of War, dated the 19th of the present month which has this day been received, the undersigned is advised that the President of the United States has directed that a volunteer force ho accepted for the war with Mexico, in addition to that already in service : And whereas, the undersigned is, by the said communication, requested to cause to be organized, in this Slate, ten companies of Infantry constituting one Regiment -to serve during the war with Mexico, unless ooner discharged : the said troops to be clothed, subsisted, organized, armed, equipped, officered, mustered and inspected into the service, in conformity with the rules and regulations contained in the annexed General Order, as gathered from the aforesaid communication, and as enjoined by law : And whereas, the brilliant victories which have already crowned the arms of the United States during the present war, are an earnest that it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 April 1847

(ContluJeJ from fir it page J '' le very expensive, ou accuuut cf ti-e remoteness of ton.V "Tbe who! estimatpj cost of the bribing and masonry of all defcriplions is $293,221; that of the removing of the ti tuber and the grading is 157,505. The masonry and bridging ia, t Lere fore, much the heariest part, being to that of the other expense nearly as seven to four. . . ' ' Speaking of that fart of the route between the Indiana and Ohio State lino and Indianapolis, the Captain ktate : "The location is very direct, meetiiiZ with comparatively few impediments sufficient to justify material deviations from a straight line, and witn me exception ol an unavoidable abropt blun at, the east fork of White Water, there are on this route no curves of considerable rlexure. The general face ' of the country is flit and apparently level, excepting where it if broken by the streams." The. bluff of . White Water has an altitude of eighty feet above the stream. The other rriucipal streamV.'in- point ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 May 1847

l.Mf ,11.41'OLI.x, MAY 1, IS IT. In reply to tie invitation of ray friendi of several townships, as to whether I intend to address the people during the coming canvass, I concluded to answer in this way, to save time and trouble. We are now heels over head" in business of a most pressing character. It is also a most buy time araon" the people of Marion county; and if they are true to their own interests, they Lave no time to lose during the month of May. It is also yet early to open the war. But all may rest assured that I shall be seen, heard, and I hopeer, (delicately of course, though " roosters" are seldom Under) by the fim Monday in August. While, perhaps, not exactly in favor of this method of electioneering, why, it is fashionable ; hut ..i.ii,..., ...i: i . n j t vi lit v aaiALLiii irasuil. L llü Ii lilt, wi r I Ulli lif rill V ' : " v Planting Trees. We fully endorse the following remarks of a contemporary on the subject of planting shade trees, with perhaps an exception to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 May 1847

ffnfttnim 5tntc Sentinel. mi;cki.v i:imtii. tTElST At, TI6ILA9CK IS THE PKICC OP LIlEftTT. l.l.lS.U'OLISt 31 AY 0, 1847. ,t7i jjapur mre pub'ished the Isitrs, Treaties, ttnd otht nb:ic Acts of the United States, by aulhoriy of the Government. Our Teim. Th;lrt-AfrwiHhp.af..rKrtt,. wÄ.i.rtM.lwlu unoouDieüiy i of the Weeklv Lidian Slnte SainJt I OrPayments to be made always in advance Uac copy, one year. i . . 2.00 Three copies, one year. Five copies, one year, Ten copies, one year,. at . 5.(0 8.0O . . 4 . 15.00 Semi -Weekly (Published three times a week during the session.) One coj.y, $ LOO Three copies, -$10.00 One copy during the session, l.(X) Three or more copies, each 75 Advertisements. The undersigned will not publish legal notices in their respective papers without prtyrrient being made therefor iu advance. JOHN D. DEFREES, Cd A PM ANS & SPANN. Mexico. The Journal of Commerce of the 30th tit says: "The capitulation of Vera Crux was announced in the Mexican capital o...

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