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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 2 April 1846

Hal enger k,lijuk Bromn Je enuaU COLOMZATIOX ABOLITION. I ConjreM, lh richla ol tha everal State if tli Union, Mr. Editor Since the reorjrinization of tl.e In-! "r'd ll,eJ f'1' "f individual ho r. th objccU cf diana Colonization Society, and a few incipient movement! toward it future and efficient action in the noble cau of Colonization, I find that it ha oc casioned quite a stir in the camps of our Abohition "brethren." Mj name i tossed and bandied about by 'all hands," and Colonization seems to attract very sptcial notice ; although the principal object seems to be, to show, that it i not worth nrdicing ! As I have in no instance made an attack upon Ab olitionis's, nor concerned myself in regard to their movements, further than was necessary to show the difference between their modes cf benefitting the colored race and that advocated by Colonizationist?, and to answer some objections which have been made by them against our cause. I may be permitted, in justice to myself, and the ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 2 April 1846

SPEECH OF MR. CALHOUN, OF ItCTI C4a0tI!VA, lit the Senate, March 18, 1840. an the rttoluliont giving noice to Great Britain of the abrogation of the Con vention tf joint occupancy.' lr. Cataocs being entitled to the floor, row and ad dressed the Senate. The question under enns'dcralion is, whether notice hall bo a-iaaii In Ureal Dfitaio. that the Convention of j not occupancy between us and her shall terminate at the end of the rear. To that queaiion, aud (hose immediately rowing; out of it, I shall confine my remarks. I halt it nothing in reference to the title to Oregon. Hatirg been connected with the negotiation in its early stages, it would he indelica'e on nij part to diacnaa the subject of title. I Lall abstain from all personalities and every thing ee!cu!trd to wound ihn feelings of others; but shall ex press myaetf freely, full and candidly on all subjects on which I may touch, in the course of my remarka. With these prefatory observations, I shall proceed at once to the dia...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 9 April 1846

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TIIE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE (ZrOJicc on Illinois blrctt, .Vorth of Waihmglon. G. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN Editors. ß7"The State Sentinel will contain a much larger (mount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspiper in Indiana. TUP ;f Ii w.v w Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur- i in the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on luesdays, Ihursdays, and Saturdays, at Jour Dol ors a year, payable always in advance. THE WEEKLY EDITIOX ts published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. . S in advance will pay fur six months. ;5 will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting 810 in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. Jg- wtll pay for six months. ÄI will always oe charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 5Ü cents for the W eddy, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar a square...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 9 April 1846

3nMttM State Sentinel. " WEEKLY EDITION. KTtasAL TlflltASCt ItTHt MICE Of LIIE1TT. IXSIüV-irOLIS, Altl'IL O, IS4C. Democratic Ioiiiiiations. For Governor, JAHES WIllTCOJIBa For Lieutenant Cnternor. PARIS J . UUKillSG. Remember That the Democratic County Convention, for the nomination of candidates for Senator, Representative, &c. rill be held at the Court House, in Indianapolis, tt 10 o'clock A. M. on The First Saturday in June. Let every township be fully represented. tf Towmhip Election. The township election on Monday last resulted as follows : For. Justices of the Peace William Sullivan, and Caleb Scudder. For Constable G. VT. Moore, Loyd Etsler, S. Barbee, T. Harvey. For Inspectors of Flection George Norwood and Sam a el Beck. The vote for and against the granting of licenses to retail spirituous liquors, stood as follows : For License 211 Against License - C02 Oregon and the W hltf Lenders. "Webster, the Representative of Queen Victoria in the United Senate, has at last "s...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 9 April 1846

LIBERIA. M:ssrs. Editors As the friends of Colonization will doubtless be pleased to see the rapid progress that Liberia is making in the Acquisition of additional territory, and the great prosperity that is now enjoy ed by that rising republic in all respects, I send you the following extract from the last annual report of the Colonization Society which you will please to co py in your useful and widely circulated paper, and greatly oblige your friend and obedient servant, B. T. KAVANAUGII. Indianapolis, March 25, 1846. Liberia still presents itself to tke view of the civ ilized world, as a bright and luminous spot on Africa s dark border. It is ihe brightest sttr of promise which kindles its light in her black horizon. It is the most apparent means of her deliverance and salvation. It possesses elements of moral power which do not ap pertain to any other scheme of benevolence. iNo can did person, we are persuaded, can compare the state of Liberia and its immediate neighborhood, wi...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 9 April 1846

. Summary, of rmus, &f. mmm The lfgislatcre.ef Texas have dUiJcd tie State in ta two concessional 'districts, by the river Trinity thro wing Galveston to the we?t. Finaicces or VinGlMA. The State Treasurer has piven nuMic n tice that he is prepared to redeem S 13,073 of ths public ebbti TnE Moxthlt Eetcrx of the ban!: of South Car din made on the 11th of March, places the amount of the f r leading items a follows : Circulation e,2,2XT, 129 ; Specie $030,245 ; Loans $5,913,490 ; Deposit $1,031)27. Contempt. Jessa E. Dow, who was summoned to attend the Senate in relation to the assault made up oa Senators in the columns of LU paper, the Timei, has sent in his bill for the same, charging $3 a day. Letters from Washington state that Jaseph Gales, Esq , the enir editor If the Natioiial Intelligencer, ia lyinj dangerously ill. The steam saw mill at Fort Gibson, owned by the United S:ates Government, was consumed by fire on the 12th ult. It was worth S12.00O or S13.000. The Democrats o...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 April 1846

Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms or the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15X0 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 ScmUWcekly. Published three times a week during the session.) Une copy 1.00 Three copies $10.00 - INDIANAPOLIS, ARPIL 11, ISIG. OrThe Journal has a very long article about the Governor and the State Debt, but we do not see that it amounts to anything more than an attempt to show that the Governor is not entitled to any credit for the arrangement, because he did not distinctly pro pose it, or something like it, in his messages. This logic is of a piece with that just now used by the higs towards the President of the United States, because he will not tell Great Britain just exactly what boundary in Oregon he would be satisfied with. It was if we in Gov. Whitcomb, as it is in the Presi dent, not to tell exactly what he would do. It is the xight...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 April 1846

4 5, In the Ilruse of Representatives, March 30. THE INDEPENDENT TREASURY. On motion of Mr. Deomgoole, the House resolved ittf into Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, (Mr. Johnson of Virginia, in the chair,) and proceeded to the consideration if the bill to pro Tide for the better organization of the treasury, and far the collection, snfe-keepin g, transfer, and disburse ment of the public revenue. Mr. Caleb B. Smith moved to amend it by adding the following proviso: That nothing herein contained shall be construed to orevent the Secretary of the Treasury from depos iting the revenue of the government in any bauk or bank which he miy deem expedient, and also to receive the government due in the paper of specie- paying bank. Mr. C. B. Smith occupied his hour pacing over a large range of debate, involving the financial history of the government for the last i-'O or 30 years, and its muliifarious connexion with the politics and the diversified interests of the country. O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 April 1846

3nMatta State gtntmtl, WEEKLY EDITION. ITIiAL TISILABCC It THE PklCB Or LIBCXTT. IXDI 11V APOL1S, Alt PI L 10, IS46. Democratic Xoiuinntions. For Governor, JAITIES WIIITCOM1I. For Lieutenant Governor, PARIS C. D U IV IV" I IV C Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: 07"Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year 2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.0O 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 Three copies $10.00 Remember That the Democratic County Convention, for the nomination of candidates for Senator, Representatives, &c.t will be held at the Court House, in Indianapolis, at 10 o'clock A. M. on The First Saturday in June. Let every township be fully represented. tf Oregon. A friend at Washington, whose opportunities for forming a correct judgment of the course of events, are second...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 16 April 1846

From tht Dtmoeratic Rtslrj) for April, j The 7io2c of Coi.Mitutional IEeforin in lilc Inited State?. It i bow some three years since we were led by tho iut?rvt vrhich was then manifesting itself in the S.Rti of ?Cct7 York, upon the subject of Constitutional Ri.f.Trcri, Xy attempt a definition of the tme end and rurpot? of Ccr.etituticnal guaranties, and the princi ple ly which their alteration or amendment should be conducted. We then maintained, among other thirds, tlut in povernments where all classes are so fulij r-pre-scmed as in the United States of America, whtre public opinion i so rapid in its formation and cirenhwos, and so controlling in its authority, the Coiwütution should le subjected to a thorough revision once at lca?t in the life-tiine of every generation, and such repairs La mude as are clearly and steadfastly ie:naiiu?d by a manifest majority of the voting popu lation, fr whom it is designed. Since we then inritTd the ettrntion of our readers to thia subject, ruv C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 April 1846

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE (gj-OJjlce ort Illinois Street, North of Washington. G. A. k J. P. CHAPMAN Editors. 07-Thc State Sentinel will contain a much larger mount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. T2IC SE.UI-'IVCCILL.Y KDITIOX la published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satuidays, at Four Dol ors a year, payable always in advance. TUG TFEEKlYr EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. J?l in advance will pay for six months. $" will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of post age, 6hall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $2 will pay for six months. $1 will always oe charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 April 1846

Erocntn-Nintl) Congress. In the House rf Represenlatitcs, April 0. SATO WIIITIl'l COiaCFTIO. Mr. C. J. IsiotL having obtained tbe floor, aiJ Mr. rtit : I have put the few word I deaire lo say, in writing, that there might be do mitrrport or mistake about them. I would not k the indulgence of the House for my ir monal vindication, but the occasion involves the moat precious privilege of members of thia House, in which the people ere represented. Ita freedom of ar eech baa been grossly attacked, through me. by a Senator. Mr. Daniel Webster. Of him aa a Senator, or an individual. I never have poken here. Of Mr. Daniel Webaier'a Biisconduct, as Secretary of State, I have often spoken, movtlj to censure it. in the instance which provoked him thie session, with a aeveuty which, I acknowledge, justifiee retort. ... All I rise now to do, is to ak the House to indulge me with a word of eiplanation of some resolutions, to wbicb, I snppose, there can hardly be ol jection. If adnpteJ. I I resum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 April 1846

3niJtcum State Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITION. ETEK9AL TI0ILA5CE IS THE MICE OP LIBEB1T. INDIANAPOLIS, AKriL 23. ISJC. Democratic Xoiiiiiintious. For Governor, JAMES W II IT CO 71 11. For Lieutenant Governor, PARIS C . DUXNIXG. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: 07-Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.W Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy ft 1.00 I Three copies 10.00 mm 1 - llci.icmbcr That the Democratic County Convention, for the nomination of candidates forSenator, Representative?, &.C., will be held at the Court House, in Indianapolis, at 10 o'clock A. M. on TIic First Saturday in June. Let every township be fully represented. tf GREAT VICTORY! The New York Globe of the 15th thus announces the result of the City election : The Democracy o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 23 April 1846

Frort the Derruxratie Review for April. TIic Progress of Constitutional Ilcfbrm in the Initctl States. (Continue J. ) TrXJjr. TI13 Constitution under which the State of, Texn commenced her mtionil existence as a member ' of this R.-pu -Air. wai adapted in Convention, at the I city of Austin, on the 4th day of July last ; and was approved by the people on the 13tb day of October full-jwinj. The lion. Thomas J. Rusk, President, and James II. Raymond was Clerk of the Convention. The Constitution closely resembles that of Louisiana, from which its spirit, and many of its provisions, are obviously derived. It contains some features peculiar to itself, and entirely unknown to the country. The results of their labors exhibit loss faith, and a preater disposition to feel contented with providing for the present merely, than will be remarked in the Consti tution of their more experienced and deliberate neigh bors of Louisiana. The fJlowin are among the moat interesting pro visions of the Tex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 30 April 1846

IDI V IM)US, .4XS11L. 35, IS1G. i-k- j tatet. i : e i : . r Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of tha Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: C3Payment3 to be made always in adrancc. Oae copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 13.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Scmi-AVeekljr. (Published three times a week during the session. One copy ft t.00 I Three copies $10.00 'fit fläür iir fr liitr I I Published every Thnrsdav. INDIANAPOLIS, APRIL 30, 181G. Volume V::::i::::Numl)cr 45. The Kloomir.ton Herald. "The Sent intl of Maich 2 1st makes liberal ose of its favorite termj, such as misrepiejent,' false," " dishon est, fraud," " mendicity," fcc and pplies them to u, because we said that the Sentinel called the tvanaville Couiier a Whig paper ; that it denounced Albert Gallatin with the merchants of N. Yoik who circulated his pamphlet on the Oregon question; and because we said that Mr. Walker had sent his t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 30 April 1846

Ewcnin-Kintl) Congress. Speech öf Mr. Cass, or MicniGAV, In the Senate, March 30, I31G On the resolutions giving notice to (ireat Britain of the abrogation of tlio coven tin of joint oecupanry of tlie Oregon terrilorj. Sir. addressed the Senate as follows: Mr. riiCsiDE.iT : I do ne-t lise at this Ule period to enter into any formal consideration of the principal topic involved in the proposition now pending before the Se nate. I rinmil fl itter myself that any such effort of min would bi successful, or would deserve to be so. I have listened attentively to the progress of this discussion, and j while I acknowledge my gratification at much I have, beard, tili sentiineut have been advanced, anJ views presented, in which I do not concur, and from which.! even at tho hazard of trespassing upon the indulgence of ; the Senate, t my must express my dissent, and briefly the j reasons of it. But, sir, I have not the remotest intention j of touching the question of the title of Oregon. The j ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 30 April 1846

3nfti(um State Btnimcl. WEEKLY EDITION. ETCtSAl YIOILANCE II THE "RICE OF Z.IBEBTT. INDIANAPOLIS, All 11 L SO, 1S4G. Democratic Nominations. For Governor, JAJIKS W IIITCOÜII). For Lieutenant Governor, I a it i s c. i u,xir.. Senator lU-utou. r Ti ,r i ... . .vu p.,, OIC V"Of tllO votes -ven .n affinnati?ej OO wcre by in their comments upon Mr. Eenton's recent course upon whiS9, and IS by democrats ; of thrse in the nc?a the Oregon question. They, as well as many whig pa- tivef 12 were by democrats, and two ty whigs. Of pers, seem to infer it as a settled point, that Mr. B. is in favor of a compromiso upon the 49th parallel. We do not so understand Mr. Denton from anything Le has said. He prefers negotiation to war, if we understand him correctly ; but he has not declared a willingness to settle the question on tho 49th paral lel. We must have more definite declarations than we have have yet had from Mr. Denton, before we shall be satisfied that he his willing to y ield as much as Gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 30 April 1846

if "r ; f i if r m rt r r r V UK U 1 1 IUI I) VL0UgrC55. jljiwf of Representatives, April 10. ESNATOR WEESTER's COBEIFTION. T!ie subject of Senator Webster's corruption came up in the House, on a motion to reconsider a resolu tion adopted the day before, calling on the President fur information as to the expenditure of the secret service fund in 13 -12. For want of space we omit all of tue very lengthy debate which occurred, except that portion which touches the fact that Mr. Weestep is the recipient of a pension from certain citizen3. Sir. Yancey quoted the speech of Mr. Ililliard, as reported in the Union. What he had to say was, that he had noticed with pride and satisfaction, when in Europe, that the name of Wclfcter was loved, honored, and respected. lie would meet the full responsibility of this declaration, here and elsewhere. " If Mr. Webster's course was unfortunate as to the war, lie (Mr. II.) had nothing to do vilh it. He envied the feclingä of no one w ho would turn over...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 7 May 1846

Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: Cr Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do -lö.CO Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,C0 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One.opy 4.00 I Three copies 10.00 IXDIiNAlULlS, MAY 2, 1S4G. To Correspondents. J. L. F., Bloom in ton. Your letter will be attended to ai loon aa M of the editors, bow absent, return, Meantime J. S." paper wi3 be rootiuued. Thank yoi for your good wishes in our behalf. OWe publish in this paper the concluding, and the best, portion of the speech of Gen. Cass. Subscription to tlic ITIoiiuniciit. The editor of the Journal, not satisfied with one notice of this weighty Bubject, continues to edify hi? readers with the repetition of his opinion that Gov. Whitcorab did not subscribe enough towards erecting the Jackson monument. The question ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 7 May 1846

VLiucntn-sintl) Congress. SpciC'i of Mr IVick, OF INDIANA. Li the Ihme neprttentatives, Jpril 16. 1S16 On ; the bill to provide fr the protection of the right of. American settlers in the Oregon territory. The I loa lieirtg in committee of the whole on the State of ihe Union, Mr. Wie addressed the committee followi , : .lr. Chairman When, on former ccin, I ad dressed (he committee of the whole House on the state of Ihe Union upon the notice resolutions, I declared it to be my puipoae to wk. nut "to the country," as is the cüs tom here, but to the House, and to the House only. On this occasion I would willingly speak to the House, if the House were here, but as it (the House) is not here, but bis gone to the other ball to be "in at the death" to wit ness the falling of the rurtain at the close of the notice drama enacted there I am not so certain but that I will, for once, fdlow the f ishion, and speak "to the country," from the hall of legislation. J am the more inclined to take thi...

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