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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 5 October 1842

1**4,' v^... rotLUHBD mir win »r O S O W I N TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &«• UT Two Dollar. a year, If paid within threem°«• from the date of subscription two dolI«* __J if paid within lha year, and »hould p«Tro'" Ull the yew expire.,lhre"^'1'*"^^received for three 13T fl*e Doll*™!«» office, and ordered paper*, one year, directed to uw ®"BO w.n b. «.. "",srl"s and continued at 25 cent, per square, —. ThoM ho wish advertise by the year or half yearwill be charged in aeconlance with the prices establlahed by the Printer's Association. 1 jy j^stiew on business most come paid. Bg 2Vutt)orit|j. tAWS of the |JI¥ITEO STATES, MSSXD AT THE 2D SE8SIOX OF THK27TH COJTOHXSS. [PUBLIC—No. 64.] AN XCT to provide for publishing an account of the discoveries made by live Exploring Expedition under the command of Lieutenant Wilkes, of the United Slates Navy. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress Assembled, That there shall be pubJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 5 October 1842

PislPi THE EXPRESS. THO. DOWL1NG, EdHor. *4? rrvl History of the Tariff Bill. As a matter of justice toTnos.*F. Marshall, of Kentucky, and to (spread be .'ore our readers a history of the Tariff Bill, lutclj pawed, we have copied the Letter of that gentleman to the Editors of the National Tnlelligcnccr. It assumes to he a faithful narrative of the proceedings had on that interesting question, ».nd shews that those who have beea reaping the honors due to the occasion, had but little agency in the matter. If there be any credit due for a faithful performance of duty, it is right that it should be properly awarded. (fj* The Editor of the Express is absent, and has been for several Jay?. But little editorial matter was prepared before his departure and if there are sins of omision or commission, (more than usu alj in the general arrangement of this number, it ^jntist be, attributed to that alone. CANAL SCRIP, Ac. It appears, from the remarks of the Terrc Haute papers, that the business ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 5 October 1842

By. tbi* ppisi •ill® yet in a minority the Government from hand* who Would thus bare shown themselves incompctcn 10 conduct it, would go before the country j*" •oars by the acknowledgment of the s* titMwelvab August 19th the How* *e"1 Committee of the Whole, and tl«* atration ni made. The Democrauc pa pe tftefr trenches, believing no doubt rom vo Uie day before that the Whig* a bill, the rate of 20 per cent, the land fund, by the operation of the proviso to the distribution act, would have been retained in the National Treasury, and the peculiar interest of my own district, the growth and'manufacture of hemp, left without the shadow of protection. After a good dent of debate on matters foreign to the question I obtained the floor, and spoke an hour before Mr. McKennan made any movement whatever. I was responded to at length bjr Mr. Thompson, of Indiana, in a speech of great force and spirit, and then and not till then, did Mr. McKennan get the floor nnd oficr the proposition mode th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 5 October 1842

•J' r** *"f A NEW CURRENCY". We are sorry to be under tbe necessity of bringing the attention of the public to the new scrip island by the State of fn-Jiana to the respective 8 branches, and by them issued in tbe shape of d»1%': counts, receivable in payment of the same. We think this scrip destined to the same fate with tbe former issues of the State. It may be said, that it will always be at or nearly up to par, because it is "receivable for the loans made by the banks »n this kind of paper, but all history shows the contrary. The paper of the broken banks of Ohio and Illinois is depreciated, although there are more than twire the amount of debts due those banks, than notes circulation and it is no small depreciation, but as much as 60 to 70 cents discount on the dollar. II their reception in payment of debts is fie only basis of their circulation, they will soon fall. But the most alarming feature of the whole plan is that the Banks of Indiana are authorized to issue no less than...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 October 1842

sill vided, 0 If"*"* m- 4 !*tr. i* iPtKiiSI .V: FOSUSHBD SVSST WIIK «T a O W I N TIekMs OF* SUBSCRIPTtb^r* 13r Two Dollars a year, If paid within tbrw taotah* frwo the date of vubfcrlpUon two doiUw If paid within the year, mud should pajmMi NMieiayea till the year expire, three dollar* will t* eb^^- papers, one year, directed to the same °®c UTBSTISSMSirrS will bo inserted thrice at •nd ewttlneed «t 86 eebv PW •l1is,et"""yr* Those who w«»» advertise by the yew or half r«wf» bech^^^8 prte*«abliAod'hrthe FriaMf.A-ociation. I,5" *t in Or LetM"011 b^ne"muA »n»l»u«l- „J2 ^UTTJORITE. however, The same shall not have been Sec. B. And be it furlhcr thacfed, Tlmt if anv person or persons shall pointer print, or mould, cast, carvo, or engrave, or stamp, upon any thing made, used, or sold by him, for tho sole making or selling which he hath not or shall not have obtained letters patent, the naiw or any imitation of the name of any other person who hath or shall have obtained letters patent for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 October 1842

i-' -*A ISffei THE EXPRESS. THO. DOWLINC, KilUor. i.iiV r~"~ *v SB'S t"%A &W •&*? TJEKRE-IIA UTE, I A. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 12. 1842. R. W. T*IOMi'SO\, E»q. will address l»i« fcllow-citixcns of Vigo County, at tl»c Court House, Wednesday, (this day,) at 2 o'clock, P. M. Mr. Wclw«cr's Speech. Yesterday's mail biought u* tlioS|ecch of l) isKI, WBBSTF.B, delivered at Funeuil Hall, in Mos* ton, on the 30th of September. He was introduced by the Mayor (Mr. CHAPMAN,) [KF.poit'rr.i) (O the immense crowd aDMtnlilcil, and spoke for nearly two hours on topic* of general concernment, and especially in regard to Iris own position. From a cursory reading of the Speech, we have no hesitation in saying that it is a most brilliant effort, worthy of the best days of that distinguished man. Ho reviewed his own course, sincc he entered the Cabinet of Gen. HAKRISOX, and defended his position in the Cabinet of Presidont TTLKII. Mr. YVEBKTRK docs not intimate whether he will re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 October 1842

:«Pi & after m» *jForciint Ncm0£ iojs sicamcr arnvcu ai fhc paperaconunue^ S the expiration of the Rotschild contract. The following extract from a letter in the Constitulionnel, dated the 26th ult., from Berlin, is worthy of attention "There has been no explosion or disturbance at St. Petersburg. The history of the irilvet chair was a pure invention, but it tkPrinces Janger PIRATICAL VESSEL. The following has been received at Lloyd's, ,from their agwitat Whitehaven: "The following information is derived from the log of the British Queen, Captain Kennedy, arrived at Whitehaven, from Antigua: On the 5th August, at 4 P. M., in lat. 38 30, long. 61 14 W., a vessel was seen steering N. W., under a heavy press of canvass, wind jj. by N, light breezes the British Queen was at* this time, by the wind, going N. by E. about 2J miles per hour. At six, she was made out to be a schooner, carrying a maintopsail they observed her to haul ner wind after them, as if wishful to.speak the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 October 1842

IP JIcrcd 3 V, IIOX THE LADIES BKPOSITOET. THE WIDOW. .,,.... "Choose all our changes, T.ord." fc I was once on board a steamboat where there occurred a little adventure, -which fixed, and, as it were, pointed the text which I have placed as a motto, indelibly in my mind. There was, amongst the passengers, a young female with her two infant children who had recently become a widow. Her bereavment, as I learned, had happened in *vpry sudden and affecting manner. The casualty of an instant haijl left hcT friendless and forlorn, in country" remote, from her birth-place, arid without the common solace of kindred or even of neighborhood. She was the wife of an emigrant, but a few months in our country, and but irapcrfedlly acquainted with its customs and usages. She was a Scotch womrn. the daughter of a farmer, and, as I found, quite an extraordinary character and though her life had been simple, she had received a very gotnl education, and whilst she knew rcry little of the world, was p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 19 October 1842

POSUSHBD BVSST WIU IT fttos. DOWLINGr jfTERMS OP 8 tJ SClt11*TTON, D* two DollalVa year, if pltfd Wlffcfa three month* -frtlta thedate oTsubscription two 'If paid within the year, ind gho»Ul payroimt bg ae Ull the year expires, three dollars wilt be papers, one year, directed to the Mi"®"® -In one person's name. r* advertisements •uo dollar a square (Inline* bt*** and continued at 26 cy thnce *JT A0VS.R f,, K_,cfer_ioinaenWl line* nonpareil,) cents per square, ws y. Those who wUi advertise by tho year or half yea^will be charged in accordance with the price. establuhed by the Printer** Association. ry 1 -Bttera on biainaw must come fraid rnox THE BOBTOX COCKIER. BECEPTIOiV OF mil. WEBSTER. immense meeting at faneutl hali.. Long before the time arranged for opening the doors of Faneuil Hall, on Friday morning, even while the constables and others were clearing it and arranging the platform, many people came in and took their stand, and at ten o'clock the Hall was nearly full. People ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 19 October 1842

v'- THE EXPRESS. THO. DOWLI5G, Editor. •M TERRE-HAUTE, IA. ____________ WEDNESDAY MORNING,^OCT 19, 1842. Mr. Webster's Sycecli. We publish, on the first page of this week's Ex preu, the great spcech of Daxl. Webster,atFaneuil Hall, Boston, delivered on the 28th ult to more than 6,000 of his fellow-citizens of Massachusctts. Being invited to attend-a public dinner, in that city, by his political and personal friends, the distinguished Secretary of State choose a more informal mode of meeting the People, and one less liable to objection, where the poor as well as the rich might congregate, without paying five or ten dollars fof nn entertainment. He choose rather to meet them in the hall of old Fancuil, consecrated by a thousand glorious recollections, and often made vocal by his own manly voice. We need not say that the Speech is an able one: that will bo admitted by thou© who read it. From such a man, nothing eltic could be expected, for no one is more capablc of embodying his though...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 19 October 1842

ripi mrnm BBS lii iTiciteitnt Wtws. Arrival of tlie Colnmbi» INE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. a««pLISH AFFAIBS-ANOTHB^UTMEAK in :*M TfHE MANUFACTURING DrSTBICT^-MTEN -if £IVE FAIL0RBS IN ENGLA^^^FJIT^ mm FAILURES IN ENTREATYContinent—reception of the tmah NEWS FROM THE EAST, ttc-, Ac. The steamship Columbia, of Cunard Mail »4,.Line,arrived at Boston, on it ^teen days, bringing dates to the »lh alt., "nine days later than those by the British Queen, it Nevr York, las* J® :bought sixty passengers. The papers do not cdhtain any news of importance but we ntMDmo our readers will expect extracts ESu such asare at all readable. The Queen had returned to London from her visit to Scotland. The position of commercial mat­ ters has not improved. The riots in the manufacturing districts were nearly at an cod. Richard Roberts, the celebrated speculator in cotton, bank, and railway shares, at Manchester, has failed. His liabilities to the Bank of Manchester are some £60,000. The duly on foreign wheat ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 19 October 1842

THE EPISTI«E From the Yearly Meeting held in Eondoii Bv Adjournment, from the 18th of the Fifth Month, to the 27th of the same, inclusive, 1843. To thr QuinTEntT axi MojcrntT Me*ti*gs of FBIKXDS, IX GttXAT BuiTAIJC, IbELAJD, JlTSB Elsewhkre. Dear Friends: We have, through the faror of the Lord, been again permitted* to examine into the stale of our re.gous bociety. We acknowledge that unfaithfulness the ^'Divine law still exists amongst us, and that hlhcc many deficiencies arc found within oftr borfleru: we nevertheless rejoice in the belief that the Lord is still canng for us, and owning us by tokens of his care. Let us then be of good comfort, and trust that, as we abide humble and steadfast before Him, he will enable us increasingly to show forth his praise In a renewed sense of his loving kindness, of which we have been permitted sensibly to partake, we salute you, our beloved friends, desiring that grace ami peace may be multiplied unto you, through the knowledge of God and of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 26 October 1842

•W '^Mf ohellolUra iqasi* (14I!«^*niai«,rcekly •ad eoalinoed «t 2S e?nu P»/^7.. ,i.„ tHE PXshade mmmm rDIUIKlD KY1BT WUX BT O S O W I N TER"M8 OF SUBSCRIPTION, Cr Two Dollscs a year, If paid wWMn from iho daw of subscription twp d»Uaw If paW within the y~%nd iKrim dollar* wl* .• -rtill the year expire*, three dollars loTlaw, ear, ihmtui year expire., tnree f« b. r«c«i ved for three f3T FIveDoTlais, in adf°£ offi«c. and ordered paper*, one year, Aitieud to in ohe person'* name. W HI be inaertedlhrice at IBTISfiMEJn pHrtADElPHIi.KVEHlSO iOVBXXb. KiTIOKAL CHARACTEH.—POLITI6AL AND MORAL ELEMENTS OF FAME-ABUSE OF ,THE PKESS. The infinite variety of moral, physical, religious and political elements, that contribute to the formation of our National Character, in the estimation of Foreigners, ba« not been sufficiently, considered by, the principal organs, which our fame as a pedple is made known to the world abroad. It is through the public press, cbiefly that foreign nations will form weir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 26 October 1842

JjtS ,/K *•, & rv ifV~ of, »r '"v* «v,: v? x:S^cM .«* .v/ THE EXPRESS. THO. DOWLING, EDTTW. rZ&f* .y? «T V- VAT- seg»w?»% Vjjpfne:**? flr»_1! fe?j3- Jfts-,13, TERIlE-HATJTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 26, 1843. Ddinqactit Tax Payers! Wc would invito the attention of delinquent taxpayers to the advertisement of the Auditor of 'Vigo county, on our fourth page. It interests them Very, much, and if they won't attend to it, some one else mutt have their property by the payment of tho taxes. We make no doubt that score* stand ready to "fork over" the few dollars due on each tract and lot, if ."-he owners deem it beneath their purpose to pay tho State and county taxes thereon. They liavo fair notice, at least, by the Auditor, and- the County Collector stands ready to give receipts for the arrearages due. Attend to it without delay. GrGiit lutid Sales. 1 Tt will bo seen by our advertising columns that extensive LIKO SALES will be shortly held atsome of tho Land Offi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 26 October 1842

& tv* "Sh" SnJ Offic m0fi§&• *. jtv&* By the President the "•J pur a a O N dent of the United 8^f££S2 declare and make known, that paouc held at the andemcnUonedLand^^^ State of Missouri, at the periods lierewanenwaig E Townships forty-one, forty-two, forty-three, and forty-foar, of range thirty-one. Townships forty-one, forty-two, and forty-foar, of range thirty-two. Townships forty-one, forty-two, forty-three, and forty-four, of range thirty-three. At the Land Office at SPRINGFIELD, commencing on Monday, the sixth day of February next, for the disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned townships, to wit: North of the base line, and west of the fifth *&• principal meridiem. «b* *p4 Townships twenty-five to thirty-four, inclusive, •xcept the North half of section one in the latter, of an we Townships twenty-six, twenty-eight, twentynine, thirty-one, thirty two, thirty-three, and thirtyfour, of range twenty-nine. Townships t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 26 October 1842

•M 3v 'jtSSSPBi' v^feX "£)W»EBtS Dille K. o.-,r-Dixon John E Dowling Thomas .- HoVevZC Heritage Joseph .. Humble Lebert Young William Unknown Owners Baibee Nancy Ferguson Win Mills Samuel Soesbe Daniel Thomas Wra(NR) Unknown Owners "fc tt Baty Charles 40 22 Unknown Owners 60 40 73 64 40 40 80 Church Martin Manning William'^ Thompson Sam (I 1 Watkins Micajah Unknown Owners 80 80 160 40 80 80 160 49 33 80 160 80 80 40 40 80 40 41 Burnett Stephen O II II II Scott John heirs of Unknown Owners 80 40 80 40 80 40 40 40 40 Unknown Owners Boyd Russel (N R) Clark Sally Hood James II II Hyden Hiram Kennedy William Smith David Unknown Owners J* ^*14 tt 1843. *5? DESCKJPTIO» OF LAITD."* 1 but rta'. HABBiSozr TOWNSHIP. Part of Out-lot South half *"*,'• ,{g Wilson's Addition to^ Sibley's Addition to *e«" j« 5 tJ Lot 7 in Subdivision Wilson's Addition to ,-.a- il«- Sibley's Sibley's ley HONEY CREEK. S E 40 N E Land that wq$ not assessed in 1840, hut taxable. N E S E in S W PBAIBIE CBEEK. TOWNSHIP/ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 2 November 1842

W & wausiare KVBBT waax.sx V- .» O S O W N ^Jfl^ERMS OF SUBSCRrP^^N^c TTr Two Dollars year, if J*i$i erf pi JL wo yuuvf »v*t rry.ar" (hm the duo of subscription two MUW '4llP*W witoin the year, and, shwld pem jtnflha iw expire!, threedollir» *•1' ia canuouea fr OT »Thc* »ho Tear will be Approved, August 31, 1842. thrice the prices esub'T come paid. j*»r iSj) 2Uttl)oritij. ^Ifg of the UNITED STATES, (|W XT TH* 2DSESSION OF TM27THCOXOBEFS. [PUBLIC—No. 89.] iriations yandoU Indians, and for JIN ACT .making appropriations to carry into ef fasti fruity with toe W other purposes. Be it enacted by ihe Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there be, and hereby h, apiu'oprijttfd, out of any money in the Treasury notoflwrwise appropriated, for carrying into eSect the treaty wigt the Wyandott Indians, dated March seventeen, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and r*-. tilled \iy the Senate on tbtf seventeenth of August, wighmnin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 2 November 1842

THJL EXPRESS. THO. DOWLIKO, ESdttor, Hit *r TERRE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV.2, 1842. Important Indian Treaty. We learn from the Burlington (Iowa) Gazette, of the 16th ult., that a treaty was included on the 8th, with*'the 8ac and Fox Nation of Indians for the purchase of the country now occupied by them in that fertile Territory. It was entered into by Gov. CUAXBXBS, on the part of the United States, and by the head men of the tribe on behalf of the Indians. The Indians relinquish their right to all the country, embracing some twelve millions of acres, for the sum of one million of dollars, out of which they are to pay two,hundred thousand dollars of their debts, the General Government assuming the balance, which, it is supposed, will amount to about sixty thousand dollars more. The remain, ing eight hundred thousand dollars are to be invested in five cent, stocks, and the interest.(forty tbrouaand dollars) to be paid annually and forever to the Indians. The Indians are to g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 2 November 1842

I#."®"'' 1' 5 Jorttjjn Neoia. PIVE DAYS LATER FROM ENGLAND ARRIVAL OF THE Packet Ship Independence.^ 1 By the packet ship Independence, Cap which arrived yesterday afternoon, The Paris papers continue to discuss the Ashburton treaty, and are violent against the United 8tates, and England also. rnox THE Livr.nrooL XAJL, ntrr. 24. GREAT FIRE IN LIVERPOOL. Yesterday morning witnessed the most awfully destructive fire, whether as regards life or property, that has ever taken place in this locality—more 'destructive, indeed, than the memorable fire in 1801, which destroyed the Goree warehouses. On that occasion, the estimated damage was—warehouse*, £44,500 grain, £120,000 sugar, £60,000 coffee, £8,500 cotton, £30,000 sundries, £60,000—total, £323,000 whereas, on the present occasion, one article alone—cotton, has been destroyed to an extent exceeding the whole of the loss by that memorable fire. All the buildings on Great Howard street, from Compton to Neptune. street on Crompton, from W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 2 November 1842

maim By President of the United Statu. iil¥N pnrmnee of ltWflj JOHN TlflXR, Presi^•'"'1 dent of the United States of Amcrica.do hereby declare and make koom, that public sales ffill held at tKfl ixnilefOicnt'opod- Land Offices in tjie State of Mlssouri/at the periods hereinafter designated, to wit: At the Land Office atF A3CJETTE, commcncuig_ on Monday.Me ninth dau of January next, for the disposal jf public lands within the undermentioned township', to wit: North of the base line, and West of fifth prindtpal meridian. Townships" sixty-one, siity-two, and sixty-three, of range twenty. »-._ "7- And the East half of scction nine, in township forty-five, of range thirteen. At the Land Office at LEXINGTON, commencing en Monday, i'kc twenty-third day of January next, for the disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned townships, to wit: North of thf, bate linet and West of the fifth principal meridian. Townships lorty-one, forty-tv^o, forty-three, jnd forty-four, of range thir...

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