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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 June 1847

Education Convention. rr. . TuuKsDAV, 8 o'clock, A. M. The convention w. called to order ty the President and opened with prayer by Mr. Simpson. lhe becretanes called over the counties of the ötate, in order to receive the report of the committee previously .ppointe-d to nuke out a list of the delegates in attendance at the convention. The names or about 300 were reported as bein present. The consideration of the fourth resolutioa waa resumed. Rev. Mr. G00DE moved to amend the resolution so as to require the eubmis-ion of the matter to the people on some day separate from any on which the annual elections arc liHd, and the people then to deterMuue in sucn manner as the Legislature may direct, w.uicr mere snouiu ie a tax levied ror the support or common schools at least three months in the year, oa.u iic wisiit-u me suojeci to ne kept apart, as much as possible, from the ei is: inr nnl i tic. t,f tin day, and placed beyond the reacli of political dema gogucs. He wished to see it a po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 June 1847

Education Convention. I in pursuance or a resolution adopted dt tne Usl Gener&l Assembly of the State, recommending to the friends of Education, the holding a convention com-! w m - .1 poed or tlioe mendly to the cause of Jdueition, Hie more efficiently to promote Common Sclioole, arid advance the interests of popular education generally, a lart''. and full Conveiition assembled in the Hall of tlie! House of Representatives, on the 23th of May, 1317, comprising dele ites from almost every county in the I On motion of the Rev. J. L.Smi;h.the convention was temporarily organized by calling Gor. Whitcomb to , the chair His excellency upou taking bit seat, returned to the convention, his thanks in a brief and felicitous manner, and congratulated the members on tlie happy auspices under which they had assembled. Upon the motbn of S. C. Wilson Esq., of Crawfordsville, the Rev. L. W. Berry was appointed Secretary pro tern. The Rev. Mr. F. C. Holliday.of New Albany, then introdu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1847

1 U "A IUP ' ' 1 ' I.MJIAXAI'OLIS, Jl'XK 12, 1847. .To Correspondents. T. I- 8., PoIi. The D. L. mm$t be paMiCied In a pap-r in the county, provided there be one, or the county auditor must make tbr manuscript eopi to te potted. If there U more than one paper in the eouaty, theo it it the duty of the auditor to have it publiahedia the one having the largest circulation therein. If there la no paper publihed In the county, then he can atlect any Ar, baring the largest circulation, or post hi manuscript copiea. Z. R.. Strawlown. Pleane look at our Itrmt. They are imperative. Fame to G.W. D-, Winchester. Wish you Sucres. J. 8. S. II., Versailles. We will improve on your hint ; but not etactly as you desire, as h would "cost more than it would come to." J. R. J., Vinrennes. Wilt write you at length. You labor under a grand mistake so Ur as w are concerned ; which we will endeavor to convince you of in due season. Ccn. T;i lor and IiU Dcfiimcrs. We have been somewhat amused, as well as a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1847

- I - ffiiMnim Btatc Sentinel. weekly KXHTIOX. ctkh At uimct i the rates: or libcbtt. IXUlAKAi'OLIS, JLM1 IT. 117. .f7" this jxipirr are published the Imxcs, Treaties, and other puh'ic Acts of the United States, by authority of the (internment. Our Term. Thefollowing will hereafter b the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: (inpayments to be made always in advance. Oac copy, one year, $2.00 Tiree copies, one year, 5.C0 ! ire copies, one year, V'.V 'W; in what way.it willY . Ten copies, one year, lo.OOi . Q . ,,f . , .- . A n - II ho Sun In VI.ihIaii in m InHnw in Ihn I Viiip b (Published three times a wevk during the session.) One copy, . i.00 Three copies, 10.00 One copy during1 the session, .,.-..... 1.00 X nree or more copies, each ...,.- i . . .to Lr-ja! Ailvcrtl-iCincnts.' ... The undersigned will not. publish legal notices in their respective papers without-payment being1 made therefor in advance. JOHN D. DEFREES, CHAPMAN'S &. SPANN. ' ..... . .J T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1847

Federalism Protracting the WarXcw w t. I'roofs. We invite the attention of all patriotic citizens, of all parties, to the folluwinj statements, which we extract from a letter dtcd Jalapa, Jlay, 1517. The letter id written by a gentleman for some time a resident in Mexico, entirely unconnected with paity polltics in this country, and whose accurate knowledge of Mexico and of Mexican opinion, and of the causes which have influenced it, is vouched for by indisputable authority. Ilia Ian juae is as follows : "The government and people of this country become more prouj too ignorant daily, and of coarse more blind to their own interes'. After the battle of Afonterey, for the Gut time I heard the report circulated which is their political creed at the present day that their only hope of ucrrji aj me prolongation of the war and this oernment came to that conclusion from leite. their friend forwarded them from the north, usuring them that there teat tUch an OtDOsitian It the tear nmnyirr th ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1847

Itli District Couvriilioii. In accordance with previous arrangement, tha delegates from the different counties composing Ilm 4Mi congressional dmtiiot met- at U-ini!)ri.!gi on llie 21sl inst., fr i .. .. . '. .1 ...,.:. m.rjitA r r Ilia iurj)3e in iiiiiltiiuiifi ueiii'itiauv uiiuiu.i Congress. The con vention was temporarily organized by calling Jimri Letiston, E-. tu llie chair, and apiMnnl"inf James 31. (Jot ke fair and J-tnua Elder, secretaries. Da motion of Win. Iltcliki-s, a!i democrat present wer invited to pirticipitr in the proceeding of the contention. On mni'mri ni ' Thomas Means, a committee of two from each county was appointed !o report permanent otfi- ! r . . - r. . i - . . t . ten ror Hit convention, i ne comriimee, a hit a snort absence, returned and reported ihn (..Mowing oilkers: President James Leviston. Vice Presidents J arnes 0brn, John Loler, J Ice, and Joseph V. Gregg. Srcr?tiritsm AI Cockef.nr arid James Ehler. The report of the committee was- unanimously ado...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1847

IXUIAXAI'OMS, JLWE 19, 1847. To Con copomleiits. wm. Tarr, NortnfieM. All tent, and all tight. Cive as a all w hen you come in town. J.O.J., Wubingfim. Forgnt entirely to make that c know led jment, which we do now with thank. Our Clubbing? Terms. We announced in our last that we should hereafter receive clubs of subscriber, to the number cf twenty and upwards, at one dollar each per year, as we had done for some time previous to last winter, and which at that time we announced we should discontinue. It is proper that we should explain the reasons of these Cfianges to lustirv oursc ves lor the annarent vaei a1 - - . tion. ii . When the "Indiana Democrat" was revived, it re- ; presented that our opposition to it was occasioned by j our selfish desire ti monopolize the democratic patronage at this point, &c. As all men are more or ! less selfish, most might very naturally think there J was some truth in the imputation. Professions to the contrary, on our part, would amount...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1847

3niwum 5tntc Sentinel. ivri:iiiA' i:uirio. ETtl.tAl VICILA9CE IS THE rilCt CT LIBERTY. l.Mii.ix.troLis, jim: 4. 117. 7la this paper are published the yirr, Treaties, and other public Arts of the failed Slates, by aut ho ril'f of the (Internment. Our Tfrni. TbcfoIIow ing will hereafter b the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: QPayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, . &2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.(0 Fitro copies, one year, 8.00 Teo copies, one year, 15.00 Scnil-XYccIily. (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 Rountjr Lands for Volunteers. Th undersigned has received the forma and specific instructions from Washington City, for prscO'-ing the Land Warrant or Scrip lot Volunteers entitled to the same ; and having printed forms, he la eaaMed to attend to the tame on short notice, and at a low fee. GEORGE A. CHAPMAN'. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1847

Sa!r:t.i Convention. By f revioti. appointment, a convention of the friend oftlie iSdbbatl) asso-mbled in Ilm 1st Presbyter.ati Church, Indianapolis, Indiana, on WedneMdy, ii o'clock, P. Al. w, i - . . a- - i . . .- . . xseiegaiea were pree in iiuui a irge portion Ol Me ronn- I balh. ties in tno Mile. i ne uev. nimm V . lioode, of 1 ulnam county, n cheri President of Ihe convention, and the lief. J. G. Motifurl, ol Decatur county, Secretary. The convention was opener with prayer by the ltev. Dr. Scovel, of Hanover College. The Rev.O. 8 Powell, funeral aent of the Philadelphia Pubbith Asso ciation, who lias been a laborer in the sabbath cause lot several years, was introduced to the convention, and delivered an appropriate address. In Ihe course of his remarks, Mr. Powell alluded to the institution of the Sabbath at tUe completion of the work of our creation its promulgation at Ml. Sinai its circumstantial change at the resurrection of Christ, which added increased interest to its ob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1847

lMuc;itiou Convention. Concluded. FmruY, 3 o'clock, A 21. The convention being callesT-ird Cff aS OICRlu with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Cresy The fitia resolution of thecoinnntl to the appointment of a (Jen Cum moii Schools, was reported to the ppointment of a Genera llio ro.ivoiitKifi nrn- ' ceeueu to nie consiuerauon oi saiu resolution. ...... .... , mt. A.nw moved tr.at me resolution ue so amcnaed that tiie euperiatendent should be elected by trie people of the Slate at large, at the annual clectiou ; which was seconded. JAMES RARIDEN, E?q., supported the amendwent with some happy and forcible remarks. He had, he said, more confidence in the honesty, integrity, and purity of purpose in the people than in the Legislature. With the people, the primary object will be to promote general intelligence. V illi the folitician, that would be but a secondary consideration, lie would vote for the candidate who could best advance his own interest, without reference to his qualifications for the...

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

-V X (' V 1 i 1 1 U r " 1 , I -it: Jt They are worrying 31 r. Tyler at ti.c souih about j jected.' The National Intelligencer, liavir; alluded ; iu me npency oi the lexas speculators m brin'iiif about that treaty a charge which our readers may remember was publicly made by Mr. Beuton at Iii time Mr. Tyler Las caused a long letter tu be pub - lished in the Richmond Enquirer, in which he says : " If any speculators in Texas sticks or landi ever counelled, much less impelled, me to action upon that su! jeet, I declare mjielf to be wholly ignorant of ihe fact. Certain Ii is mat I never owned a loot of Texas land or a dollar of Texas stuck in my life." V It is not Improbable that this is true. Jlr. Tyler though far from beiiifr himself scrupulou. was as often as otherwise the tool of men whose interested motives he had not the sagacity to penetrate. lie goes on to say that all that he considered in the matter was the good of the whole country, and adds : "Nor was it until I received auth...

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

II t Ii .lie gcuius i ue xeiicated Dominations, IrijMaiive 77..., hich had proposed him for the Prenlency of the Uni ed Stat, expresed bis llunk-i for them, but rrgrettcd that tbejr bad teta made. The put hirn in a false p ration, at a presumptive cmiiidate for a place with which he had utterly and uniformly tefiised to permit his name to br connected. They impaired hi usefulness in ihe Senate by u!j din his conduct in the discharge of his public rtutic, ti the taint of a suspected peiton il motive. Under this aspect these Dominations were ernbarrain;r to him, and detiimenlal to the public srtrice. He then proceeded to ypejk of the reasons upon which this refusal was bayed: They were founded in a deep conviction of what wj due to the haimony and stability of the democratic party and, what was more, taking into view Ihe late slavery propagandist test, iuventel without cause, and fligrautly for the next FieMdeotial election taking this iulo view, and bis reasons were founded not only ...

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

: ' 1 - r rw Y i;. 1 i ; r i 's 7: r r f IXIJI.iX.lZ'OMS, JLXY 3, ii7. To i'oiicpoiulfiil!. A. V., R e'-vi!te. Wdl comity witS yocr rt!it ICfossiLIe, TIic Volunteers. The Indiana Journal. epeaking of the return of tho Tndiana volunteers, says that Jive full companies iccre from the fifth Congressional District, lui lluil ftoofif em were in the batiks in Mexico. s The Journal is latterly so entirely incorrect in its statements that wc are under the necessity of correcting it for the benefit of & true history of passing cvtrits. It 13 true that five companies volunteered in this District a good proof that in Central Indiana the prosecution of the war with Mexico is considered just on the p'trt of the American people; but it is altogether falz, that but few ot these companies were ia battle. 2Wr out of five of these companies belonged to the third Regiment, which eo gallantly charged on the Mexicans on the battle ßcld of Eucna Vista, and the fifih company, our own Indianapo...

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

V 1 ßviblaua Stak Sentinel. tTtRL Trf.ILArt 19 Tllfc tlCt OT 1I0CKTT. ,.C7i thi paper are published the lsws, Treaties, ai l other pu!ic Ar.'s f IhcA'nited Stales, byatlhotit nf the (imernniad.' " . Our TV lii. The ''How ing will heroaTtcr be the permanent tern.3 W-i kh Indian i Ht lie Sentinel." ?Payincnts t - ie made always in advance. i'ii'Jl-ji?,,o;n( j jir, ........ Ä2.00 Three copies, one year, v- .2 Fit co ies, one year, . .Ten cop-.e, one year, ' . Twenty copies, one year, ..- 5.00 8.00 15.00 20.00 Scnii-lVcekly. (Published three timea a week during the session.) One copy, $1.00 Three copies, JJltUO On copy during the session, 1.00 Three or more copies, each 73 t T. To G'nrrcioiitlcnts. A. B., Wawtatid. Will du our best I regulate the difficulty. .1J i . t Etunnty I.;tii,! Tor VoIiinleerR. The undersigned hits rercivej the form sn-1 specific instructions from Washington City, for procuring the Land Warrants or Scrip far Volunteer entitled to the same; and having printed form...

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

V J. r .'.-.-Ff- r . r r at .Colonel Elu iup!i i cy Marshall's IU-nly-to 1 . - m The various publications, independent of the o.Ucisl reports of the batih; of Euena Vista have . ten de J toward making a perfect picture of thit celebrated field, a field that will Lc famous while time endures. 'mid forever bo regarded by Americans as one of ilic proudest monuments of their military prowess Of these various publications, we give below one of the mo,t interesting of all we have met the response of f t If f . . .. . . r cm. iiumpiirey.uarshaii to tne supplementary report P.:.. r er n . . . . . - j ifi Lt 'uitvmc juur rJit j uric T irijj. Gen. Lane of Indiana. The imst authentic-' our front, and th:it we were ncaily suimunled 'it thit testimony bears witness to Col. M.'s conspicuous skill I" I h'ard the bustle recalling- Co!. Msrshills rißtar.d military bearing from the morning of the 21st Feb. ; t V"' .... t . tt J. . , oiJered the command to retire tu tc base of the mountain, Ujj tu the...

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

7" v. ' ' t i f r - . 1 From .llcxicj. Wo select t!iC fil!o'.vinj summary of Mexican nevs from Ihc Ticiytiro of the Vr.'i. In the city rf Mexico ctcry L'ht i? nnnirVstly in . . - - . . . a state t,f coiifu.-i.i anj almost u..li;coJ anarchy. t General Ura.v Im rc-:M-l-not wily l.'n c m.i ti-t:i I (.ft general-in-diRf, but aU VisVo:iii.ii--i,.;i ud - Jiclni - of JivNiort. Gen. Rincoa ia said to hive d-j:is iVj gjjjj ti,jj)-r , tt lunwifv.t f. . ' ' l . l ' J l 13 trua Trnt (j"n. Almonte is mrvx arrest, though i the cau.es f hi. wnum.nt are not avtd. He! Am,,,,),, i "...--. r....i.. --,s inirjuui .Isis UUll Uill-XtLU iU UAUIl I t t J Tilers at Cuornavica. Wh it swf. i?Iou9 thin; be I icr oruers ai uernavica. v h it stH lias done or cniemiplated we are not yiforuicd. Ge:iua! Valencia and Gen. Salts were ordered to , leavo the city of Mexico n the lth u't. fr tiie city ' . of 8an Luis I'otosi, to take command of the army of the north. The accounts we find in thr? Mexican paper? of the di...

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

Cj im Ii " m i ' IXI)lArüMS, Jl'I.Y lO, 1H17. New SLTcF.i"Erj come pouring in so rapdily cf late, that v c can scarcely keep up with them. East week we received several hundred names to add to our list, and consequently were obliged to keep back all our weekly exchanges, and yet l al not sufficient to supply the half. This will account for apparent delay, and also for our inability to forward the numbers from the co nmencement of the volume, as desired by several. The Aitoint.ments. We were mortified that fo many crrurs occurred in the list of appointments as published in our last. They are now corrected, and our friends will govern themselves accordingly. Another case of small-pox is said to exist in town, in the person of a son of the widow Phillips. He was brought frum Franklin, where he was taken ill, a few days since, and now lies at the residence of bis mother. iii to Altered. In 1310, Mr. McCarty being a merchant, made violent eiieccl.es in favor of a U. S. Bank and Protectiv...

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

1 Ii. I i ' s V V 3nöiaua State Sentinel. WEEKLY i:iITIO"fc txtmt, vigilame is mi ricE or libeett. IMMA.VU'OLIS, Jl i, :. 117. ,t7"i this ptiprr are pu'j'ihed the Ijivs, Treaties, and other jrdHc Arts of lh United States, by authority of the (internment. Our Term. Thefo'Io'A 1112: will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Wtiklg Indiana State Sentinel : ("Payment lo be midtj always in advance. Due copy, one year, ( $'2.00 Three copies, one year, ü.OO Five copies, one year, j-11 Ten copies, one year, 1.(M Tw enty copies, one year, 2Ü.C0 Semi-XTcokljr. (Published three times a i etk during the session.) One cpy, .$ l.Ü '.Three copies, ftUU:0 One copy during the scs?i t-' Three or more copies, each t') The Abolition Ca u di it ate. We perceive by the 44 Free Tres" of the 7th in-t. that Mr. De Puy, the Abolition nominee fur Congress in this district, withdraws from the track. lie gives 1 the follow in j reasons fur so doing : 44 1. Those who desired that the abolitionists should Fupp...

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