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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 26 February 1846

should not myself have proposed it I would have waited until the presence of the British subjects in Orejjun, and their enjoyment of their privileges secured by treaty had become uncomfortable to our people. The British always professed that thty valued the territory merely for ita commercial privileges and for nothing else, and we have a right to take them at their word. By giving the notice, as it aeems to me, we make a quasi admission that we have not a right to take the steps above alluded to without first giving the notice. These are my opinions, and 1 am nut prepared yet to relinquish thera ; but the President has bad the subject under his eye, and has given to it much attention. He recommends the notice, and it may, and probably will, turn out that he is right. In cases where no practical principle is involved, and where the question presented is one of expediency merely, I will sustain my party friends, and the ad ministration created by them. If you ask why I will du this, ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 26 February 1846

SLPPLEMEXT TO THE 3ni)tana State Sentinel. I VDIA.'VAFOI.IS, I'EUUUAUY 2C, IS1C. OtrTbc long advertisement of the mail contracts having excluded from our Wcckljr paper much matter which has appeared in the Scmi-wcckly, we have been induced to issue this supplementary sheet for th.3 benefit of our weekly readers. Spcccli of Mr. Kennedy, OF INDIANA. Jit the lloute of Reprettntntives. January 10, 1816 On the resolution of notice to Great Britain 10 abrogate the convention of j iut occupancy relative to the Ore gon territory. Mr. KENNEDY ed-trwd the committee is fallows: Sir. Chairman From the course this debute has taken, ihouIJ pectitor enter this bail, unacuuamted with the ut ject that gave rie t it, he would be led to belief e that the question pending was a declaration of war against Great Britain. All who have argueJ against the resolu tions under consideration have JeiUreJ that to past them wouU inevitably lead to w r. Now, I submit that this is not a queston of peace or war. The...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 5 March 1846

Stucntn-intlj Congress. Extracts from SIR. IIAXXEGAVS SPEECH. In Senate, Ftb. 16, 1343. Mr. IIANNEGAN rose to address tie Senate, and said: I understand there are various propositions in relation to Oregon before the Senate, all ot" which, if I correctly understand the rules of the Senate, it will be in order for tne to state, and to rtfjr to them. The rKtSIUfcrvi". es, sir. Mr. IIANNEGAN proceeded. So faras the reso lution providing for the giving of the notice to Great Britain is concerned, it is a matter of little conse quence to tne whether the form of notice held out by the Committee on Foreign Relations, or the amend ment proposed bv the Senator from Kentucky, should prevail. Either the one or the other would satisfy me. I regard the giving1 of the notice, at the present session of Cor Tress, as a measure fraught with the weightiest importance. I consider it of the highest importance in several points of view. It would be entirely unnecessary, however, for me to discuss the va...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 5 March 1846

Jttöictua State 5tttttucL WCEKLV OUT! OX. ITIMAL YIOILAMCE II THE FEICE OF LIBEKTT. IXDIAitAI'OLl, MAltCH 5. IMC. Democratic Xoiiiinntious. For Governor, JA.1IES 1VI11TCOJ.II1. Fur Lieutenant Cuvernor, PARIS C. I)U,,LG. The Dank Clique or HivOld Junto, and tlic Mate I'lintiiig. It is by no means our intcotiun to maintain a re newed and protracted controversy with the organ of the dishonest and heartless faction named above. In deed we should not again, even in the most distant manner, have alluded to them, had we not had the strongest rt-aeen to believe that, according to their character and custom, they were intriguing and wire working, in order tu secure men as candidates for the next general assembly, who would be weak enough tu jield to their control. Ilavinj given the people a bint of these intrigoes, and called upon them to take the business of nominating candidates into their own hands, we should have quietly awaited the issue, had we not teen assailed by the organ of the Roy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 5 March 1846

European intelligence. Extracts from papers Irought by the Steamship Cambria. Parliament reel on the 22 J of January. Ia berapeech th Qaeea eipreasej her regret that the Oregon i(ule remained unaettleJ, and avowed thai no elTorla on bi-r part ahoulJ be warXng to bring it to a peaceful termination. The followir.g extract will ba foanJ interi-ating; House of Commons, Jan. 22. England aud the Unit ed States. Mr. Hume, after compliuieuting Sir Robert Peel upon hi proposed liberal policy, paid (here mat one oilier point to which he would refer, and that was, t e x- pres a hope that the right honorable Luronet would enn- iinue to maintain the good understanding which, from her Majesty 'a speech, ap, eared to prevail between Trance and England. Hear. It was in the power of the British gove-nmen; united with that of France, to command the Jeace of the world. Hear, hear Quarrel, might Uk. place between different nations, but those two great na- ru... i j tions would prevent war. lilear.J rt,...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 5 March 1846

0 Jfnltinntt State gcnttncl. Vi:i:Si.LY IIIMTIOIV. KTEI5AL V16I(9CC Ii THE PRICE OF LIBEKTT. IXDriXAl'OLlSj lTÜUVAUl 12k tS4C. ücmocrnüc nominations. For Cater aar, jAjirs wiiiTConu. Fr Lieutenant Governor, PAR l S IU,M.G. Our Tciius. The following will hereafter be the permancTiUerros ef the XYteVv Indiana State Sentinel: One copy, one rear 82.00 . Turec copie, d 5.00 . Ftvecop.e, d0- 8.00 I en copies, tio Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Scnii-AVeelsIy. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy S 100 Three copies $10.00 IVctice. Our only eastern agenn for the Atlantic cities, is V. B. Palmer's. His offices are In New Ycrk, Tribune Buildings, eppcaite City Hall. In Philadelphia. N. W. corner Third and Chesnut. In BaUimure, S. E. corner Baltimore and Calvert st. In Boston, 2:) State street. tf. fjT" A communication from Senator Todd, in rela tion tu the Land Fraud Law, will be published in our next. C7"The Washington correspondent of the N. Y...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 12 March 1846

3uöiaua State Sentinel; SUII-WEEKLY. ETCmSAL TI6ILAVCE II THE PEICE OF LUE TT. JXDIANAl'OLIS, MAllCH 7. IS16. Democratic IVominatioiis. For Governor, JA3ICS IV II 1 TCO HI II. For Lieutenant Governor, P A II 1 S C I) U M XC. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms tt the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel : One copy, one year .v....... Ä2.00 Three copies, do-... : .. .5.00 Five copies, do cuin 1 O.lnJ 1 Ten copies, do Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, Uf0O Semi-Wet lily. (Published three times a week during the session,) One copy 1.00 Three copies $10.00 Notice. Our only casterb agenc) for the Atlantic cities, is V. B. Palmer's. His offices are In New York, Tribune Buildings, opposite City Hall. In Philadelphia, N. W. comer Third and Chesnut. In Baltimore, S. . corner Baltimore and Calvert st. In Boston, 20 State street. tf. The late IVews from Europe. We copy in an another column articles from the N. Y. Globe and N. Y. New, in relation to the prob ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 12 March 1846

JuMatm State Sentinel. " WEEKLY tDlTIOX. TTIB5AL TIOILASC Ii THE MIC Of tIBtÄTT. ISPIAMAl'OIslS, ?1AKC II 12, 131G. Democratic A'oiiaiiiutious. For Governor, JAMES IV II 1TCOUIIJ. For Lieutenant Coternor, 1 A It IS C. ILTI X G . 'The liiiili Parly." There is nothing more despicable than the attempt rnaJe by the run-mad partizina to prejudice the people in regard to the course pareued on public affürs by those who en tertain different opinion, t-y the use of the cant wrj which heads tkia paragraph. There it no British party in tbie country, lie who thus ulimatei the character of the American people ia himself to be regarded wit the je of luspicion. However much we may differ in regard ia this or that measure, the great mas of the people are devotedly attached to our country and her institutions. Were we disposed to retort upon those who have been so profuse in auch denunciations, the recent new from Eng land would afford a most excellent opportunity. It will be teen by reference to o...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 12 March 1846

V SIT El STATES MAILS. PROPOSALS for carrying- the mails of the United States fion the 1st of July, 134 3, to tbe 30th June, I SÖ0, in- elusive, io Indiana, will be received at the Contract Office uf me fost Office Depaitment, in the city of Washington, until 9o clock a m of the thiiticth day of April, IS4G, t j be de cwej oy the 24th day of May, on the routes, aud. m the manner and ti;ne herein specified, tu witi C'ß'Jders wt'l obseive, that t!ie rou'es ate in all cases t be iet to the lowest guarantied proposal, and at the cheapest moue of conveyance, except where the size and weight of the mails, (without irgard to travel,) or the speed ca I lei for in tbe schedule, shall tequiie a hinder mode of conveyance, aud this the bidders are iniue-ted to specify. INDIANA. 3901. from Indianapolis, by Cumberland, Philadelphia oreeoneta, Laar Jottesville, Kni0hlslow d, O-drn, Lewisville, Dubliu. Cambiide.Cen. revile, Richmond, New Westvile. Ohio, Eaton, West Alexander and Iri.', to D.yton, 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 12 March 1846

luiÜaiV Com rrcc Tixiic Sir Robert I'ttrl's Sew XarltT. The great chu8 proToseii by Sir Rnbert reel, in t:.e EnjUh Tarili'. if adted by Parliament, as we have ao douU t will be in its agential features, must iasvitatly produc e important resulis in favor of the coro growin;: Sutes. The d ty to be paid on Indian Cora. imiorted inU Great Britain, wn, ia October last.eibt shillings per quarter, or abuut twenty-two cents pjr busliel. Sir Robert Peel praposes to reduce the duty to one shilling per quarter, or to two and three q-tarier cents prr bushel making a difference cf nineteen and a quarter cents per bushel. The immense benefits uf su.:h a change in the duty upon this fine article, will be appreciated by all who are C-ins-iiu3 of the enormous surj-lui of it produced in the United States. The last census shows that, in the year it wis takn, these States produced 377,531,875 busiieli of Indian corn. Sates. TVi ' Krn'ucky Ohio Virginia IMliaii I.rih Carolina Illinnia Gaga Alabama Miss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 19 March 1846

Our Term. The following will hereafter be the permanent terma of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, Jo- 8.00 Ten copies, do lö.OO Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Weekly. , (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy $1-00 J Three copies SIO.O'J Notice. Our only eastern agenc for the Atlantic cities, is V. B. Palmer's. His otEces are In New York, Tribune Buildings, opposite City Hall. In Philadelphia, N. W. corner Third and Chcsnut. In Baltimore, S. E. corner Baltimore and Calvert st. In Boston, 20 State street. tf. The Stale Debt law and Hie Bond holders. We copy from the money article of the Xev York Morning Xetrs of March 2d, the following very in teresting extract in relation to the law passed last winter for the adjustment of the claims of our Bond holders. We presume it will be read with pleasure by those editors and gentlemen in various parts of the State who have warmly op...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 19 March 1846

3nuiana gtntc Smttncl. WLIKLY ILlTlÖlv ITIIÜAL VISILAKCC It THE FICE OF LIBCHTT. nniAMl'OLlS, MAUCIJO, JS-G. Democratic A'omlnntious. For Governor, JA?ICS IV II ITCOITI IX. For Lieutenant Governor, 1 a it i s c. uxxixg. Centre Township, Marion County. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. Tlie democratic electors of Centre Township, Mir ion county, are notified and requested to meet at the Court Houa;, in Indianapolis, on Saturday, April -lib, H13, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of ap pointing delegates from said township to a Conntv . Convention, to be held hereafter, for the purpose of nnminatinj candidates for the ensum August elec tion. V would respectfully recommend that said County Convention be held at the Court House, in Indiana polis, on Saturday, May 16th, 1940, at 10 o'clock, A. M.t and invite the concurrence of the democrats of the several townships in the county in the fame. By order of Centre Tp. Vigilance Com., V. . TRESTON, Chairman. .March 17, 11G. tetter from Hon. Mr. IVick. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 19 March 1846

iWisccllancoit llemiucsccnccs of the AVnr or 1812. The Hoi). Lemuel Sawyer, who was a member of Congress in 1312, furnishcj the following interesting reminiscences in & letter to the editor of the New York Courier and Enquirer : , I well remember the occasion of the presentation by Mid. Hamilton, of the fia of the Macedonian. I was present, though, unintentiontjalljr, at the grrand naval ball, given about the 14th of December, 1312, by the citizens of Washington, to Capt. Stewart, in return for one he had given them a little previous, on board his ship. The ball was held at Tomlin3on's Hotel, on Capi tol Hill, where I bearded ; and being somewhat in disposed, I had retired to bed just as the ball opened. The music, and the regular vibration of the floor to the motion of the dance, kept me awake. I consid ered as I was thus condemned to suffer the evil of the ball, 1 might as well compensate myself by its gratification. I found it well filled with the beauty and fashion of the pl...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 19 March 1846

tEioenin-'Nintl) Congress. In the Senate, March 4. Tbe Senate took up th2 special order of the day, the 44 Oregon notice." Mr. Haywood addressed the Senate in fTor of the notice. He epoke for two hours, and had not con cluded when the usual hour of adjournment arrived. In compliance with his special request, our report of his remarks to-day is deferred till we are able to pre sent his speech in full. In the Senile, March 5. Mr. Haywood resumed and concluded his remarks in fivor f " the notice." Immediately after the Senator resumed his seat, - Air. Calhoun made a very brief explanation in rela tion to a reference made by Mr. II. to a portion of hid (Mt.C.'s) correspondence with the British Minister; and then Mr. IIannesan rose and said : I must apologize to theS;nate for obtruding myself upou your attention at this advanced period of the day, particularly as I have already occupied your attention on several occa sions in the course of this debate. My remarks now, however, will be ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 26 March 1846

Our Terras. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms or the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel : One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.0O Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 13.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directe.1 to one person, 20,00 Scuii-IVeckly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy $1.00 Three copies $10.00 Notice. Our only eastern agency for the Atlantic cities, is V. B. 1'iLMER g. Iiis oCces are 1 Jitti mm FuLMed everv Thursday. INDIANAPOLIS, MARCH 26, 184G. Volume V:::::::::Xumber 40. The IVcxt Senate or Indiana. There are seventeen Whiffs and sixteen Democrats holding over, leaving seventeen to be elected next MEXICO. Mexican papers have been received at "Washington Hall In New York, Tribune Buildings, opposite City August. We give below the districts in which elec- the 12ih February. The " Union ' say In Philadelphia, N. W. corner Third and Chesnut. In Baltimore, S. E. corner Baltimore and Calvert Et. In Eoston, 20 State street. tf. To o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 26 March 1846

3nMann State Sentinel. WErRLY EDITION. CTt I M A L VISlUBCt IS THE MICE OT LIB t TT. IXDI I.V4POLIS 3IAKCII 2G. JS4GL Democratic Xoiuitintions. For Governor, JAMES f II ITC O .71 II. For Lieutenant Gncernor, pa it i s c uivanxc. Charging. The charge which we made against one of tie offices in this place of underworking the tegular bill of price haw been explained. Therefore, we shall regulate our prices hereafter in accordance with the regular bill, understanding that it is the in tention of each office to do the same. i ...... . - - - - - - Centre Township, Marion County. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. The democratic electors of Centre Township, Mar ion countj, are notified and requested to meet at the Court House, in Indianapolis, ou Saturday, April 4th, ISIS, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of ap pointing delegates from said township to a Countv Convention, to be held hereafter, for the purpose of nominatiny candidates for the ensuing August elec tion. We ould respectfully recommend t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 26 March 1846

ittisccUaneous. The SJgnora Crozz di Morto Qual' il pi a bei color Bui volto feminil 1 Quel del puJore. O ta che hai acorse (ante Jotte carte, Qual f arte iTarnar ! L'amar mtdx arte. A whimsical and singular circumstance occurred about eighteen months ago in Palermo, which cast into the shade the budget, the aristocracy and the press. For the allotted "nine days" due to every new wonder, the whole city talked of notling but the Signora Crozza di Morto. She is a lady of twenty years of age, her person beautifully and exauisitely proportioned, her complexion white and pure as snow, and her voice soft as a siren3. She is distinguished alike by gen ius and accomplishment. Site plays on the piano forte like De Meyer, sings like Mademoiselle Deley, and dances like Mademoiselle Augusta. Ker fortune, moreover, is 300,000 a year an excellent heart and a spotless fame. But as a fatal ill-chance would have it (such was the story which speedily spread through Palermo on the arrival of the fair ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 26 March 1846

mntij2fintl) Congress. In the Senate, March 9. 'A moon as the j uriial of lbs Senate was read this morning, Mr. Colquitt roe, with, the Washington "Time in hi bind of Thursday evening last, to which he saiJ he wishej to rail the attention of the Senate. He was not in the habit of noticing publicly the charges f news paper against himself ; but in this ce the editor spoke, not as front conjecture, but made a positive charge against majority of the Senate. The writer would" rot probaMy think that he spoke bsrsbly when he (Mr. C.) ssiJ that thecba're was conceived by a scoundrel's hejrt and writ- len oy a a anuerer s ueii. jutio n ui vuv vm . truth in the hol art.cle. This man's of ject was. no ! i . i i . There was" not one word l doubt, to seek an infamous notoriety and he had achieved bis purpose. He was brought here, it was said, to ret up some new candidate for the Presidency ; but the article in question disproved this ; for no man of sense could dis grace himself by using to bas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 2 April 1846

Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent term cf the Weekly Indian State Sentinel: One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Fite copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy $4.00 I Three copies 10.00 To Correspondents. SL M. Cincinnati. Received your of iiüx. Will attend to the 90 " Cut opportunity. Billy V. Letter came de. Clad to hear the new. J. N. B. Write ui the particular of the fire, your Iom, kc. 8. N. Lebanon. Under existing circumstances, we prefer to lay your communication aside : feelinx determined not to legin any personal warf ire with the concern alluded to. If attacked, we shall promptly defend ourselves, and may then avail ourstire of our friend's redaction. W. A. ML CarmeL Hare not a copy of flat pamphlet left. Will endeavor to obtain one fat some shape. If unsuccessful, what shall we do with the fundi T C. B. Ferryaville. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 2 April 1846

3uutann State Sentinel. WEEKLY ED1TIOX. CTfRIAL VISILASCE I THE FI1CC Or LIBCKTT. HDILVH'OLIS, AKI'II 5. 1S4G. Dcmocinlic nominations. Fur Cetsrnor. JAMES HII1TC07I IJ. For Lieutenant Governor, p a n i s c. i v iv , ic. Centre Township, Clarion County DEMOCRATIC MEETING. The democratic elector of Centre Township, Mar ion county, arc notified and reqno -ted to meet at the Cnrt House, in Indianapolis, on Saturday, April 4th, J-lft a) lfl n'rlnfb A Tf fir that m-rr.r.so nf rv. point'ing delegates from said township to a County j Convention, to be held hereafter, for the purpose of ; nominating candidates for the ensuing August elec- tirm. We would respectfully recommend that said County Convention be held at the Court Hou-e. in Indiana polis;, on Saturday, May 16th, 1343. at 10 o'clock, A. M., and invite the concurrence of the democrats of the several townships in the county in the same. By order of Centre Tp. Vigilance Com., W. B. TRESTON, Chairman. March 17, iaiG. Tlic President's Sp...

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