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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 7 May 1846

3nt)i(uta gtntc Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITION. ETEK AL TIOILAHCC II TBC P11CC OP LIBCBTT. INDIANAPOLIS, 31 AY 1, IS1G. Democratic Xoiuiiialious. For Governor, JÄHES 1VIIITG03IB. For Lieutenant Governor, PARIS C. DUNNING. State Central Committee, The members of the Democratic State Central Committee are requested to meet at Drake's Hotel, on Saturday next, May 9, at 3 o'clock, p. m. A full at tendance is requested. JOHN CAIN, Chairman. New Post Offices. In Tippecanoe county Lauramie. Id Clark county Oregon. In Wajne county East Germantown. The post-office at New Bethel has been discon tinued. From lUatnmoras Tlie Army. By an arrival at New Orleans, April 20lh, of the U. S. Steamer 'Col. Harney," from Lrassoa San Ja- go, whence she sailed on April 10th, we have late news from that point. It appears that Gen. Ampudia arrived at Matamoraa on the 11th inst. with 2000 troops, 1000 cavalry and an equal number of foot, which increased the Mexican force to about 5000 men. Gen. Ampudia immediately...

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. — 7 May 1846

Euicntij-Ntntl) Congress. Speech of Mr. Cass. Or MICI1IG, lit the Sennit, Marek 30, 1313 On the resolutions giving notice to Ureal Britain of I lie abrogation or the coTcn- tion of joint occupancy of the Oregon territory. Concluded from our lo.it J .... .. n . r , s .v- i As io me alleged want Ol taieccnve conuuer.ee ... i... chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relation, I hard y know how Ir speak of it becomingly, when urged" in this connexion. Were tbe fact eo, il would ein eiy strange to me, an J I should think the President very badly advised, .;.kku . .r, mir..lirii from om of hia tiueet and n.CSt efficient f.ieVds upon this floor, and Ol. too, who, from bis position at tbe beaJ cf a roost important commit' Ire. was offirially entitled to it. No one who has witDesed the energy, the talent, and the promptitude of the honorable chairman, can doubt the ser vice he bas lendetavl tbi administration, nor the confidence he deserves a corfilcnce, indeed, drmanded more fjr the take of ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 14 May 1846

Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: O-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 15.0(1 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Scmi-Wcckly. (Published three times a week durin g the session.) One copy 4.00 Three copies 10.00 INDIANAPOLIS, MAY 9, IS4G. To Correspondents. Jmrca JoHxioir, Newea.ue Yoar paper 1 regularly mailed from Ibis office, and we cannot account for your not receiving it rrgu lariy. The fault U not ours. Nuthing vexes as more than com. plaints that papers are not received by subtcriben.and we take an possible means that do delinquency shall ex I ton oor part. H. P., Terr Haute. Our aemi-weekry paper does contain more aaalter thaa Is published in the weekly paper, especially in the water. Toe weekly we regard as the cheapest In this Rate, and the seui-weikly la comparatively still cheaper. Every ptlUicUn sho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 14 May 1846

3nMftna State Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITION. ITItlAL TIOILAHCK II THI FBICC OT LIICKTT. IXniAXAFOLIS MAY 13, IS1G. Democratic A'oiuinations. For Governor, J A M E S VT II I T C O M II . for Lieutenant Goternor, PARIS C. BUKKIXO. Saved Iiis Hide ! -ICeslnalion of Mr. Orth, the Whi? Candidate fur Lieut. Governor. We find tbe following letter from Mr. Oktii, in the Tippecanoe Journal of May 7lh. Wc had heard of Mr. Orth withdrawal from tbe canvass some days since, but we thought it would be more gener ous to permit himself and his friends to choose their own time and manner of making the fact public. So much generosity was certainly due to our whig friend in their great tribulation. Mr. Oi Hi's L.e;icr. Lafayette, Ith May, 1346. Hon. David Wallace, Chairman Whiff State Central Committee. Dear Sir I herewith decline a cauvas for the office of Lieut. Governor. The success of our principles, in which I ferl a deep and abiding interest, as well as justice to my self, demand of rxe the step I ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 14 May 1846

(European 3ntclltgcncc. TAght Days later from England. The steamship Cambria left Liverpool on the 19th ult. and arrived at Halifax on the 1st inst. She started for Boston the same night. About 12 o'clock, the weather fojgy, and the ship running at half speed, and about taking soundings, the 6hip struck on the Beach of Truro, some five miles from Highland height, Cape Cod ; the en giuea were reversed, the anchors thrown out, and every exertion made to get her off, but without effect ; it was about half tide when she struck, and the weather calm, though there was a considerable swell of the sea. At the last accounts she was heading south, and vcrj little appre hension was felt for her safety. At Truro two passengers went ashore and took an express conveyance to Boston. The news is quite important ; cotton has advanced t of a penny, to a farthing a pound, in consequence of the news by the Ilibernia, confirming the previous accounts of defect, in the amount of the crops. The great even...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 14 May 1846

Col. Benton--Orcpon The fireat IVortli American Uoute to Iutli:i. Commerce with Asia. Sought nfter by 11 nations Ancient channels of this commerce Its modern channels new route proposed for the people if the United States by tlie Columbia and Missouri rivers Practicability of this route I'reference due to it, in shortness of distance; in safoy; in cheapness of transportation ; in substituting an exchange of commodities for a trade in gold and silver Other advantages, in rendering: the Asiatic commerce of the republic independent of Europe; in giving to the republic the command of the north 1'acific ocean ; in giving to the republic the monopoly of the East India trade Effect of this monopoly on the wealth nd power of the republic on thu wealth and power of England; on the wraith and power of Kuvia : tü the religious and politiral condition of the people of Asia Effect of the military e.xpc ... . i i dition to the unner Jli-ssourt in l.ivinsr oyen ine rew route Effect of an American ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 21 May 1846

Our Terms. - The following will hereafter be the permanent terms 'of the Weekly Indiana Stnte Sentinel: C7Payments 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 15AM) Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) uue copy $..uu i&ree copies siu.vu To Correspondents. A. P., Frisbie't Willi. Thank you kx the twenty subscribers. Ee- .' anatance by mail b preferable to Um other mode mentioned. PLAOiaiiM. Several pieces of poetry, purporting to be original, sd aent to at for publication, were stole. One piece ii copied almost verbatim from two poems of Miss La n dor ; and others we are sure we bare Been before. We know of nothing meaner than this kind of theft,' and but one consideration deters ue from naming the author of Um deception. 31 r. Marshall, the Whig Candida to for G vernor, and Ueck.vith, the Ocfatil ; ler. The State Journal of the 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 21 May 1846

nmitri-Jttntl) Congress lit Senate i Monday, May ll, 1846; KEFS AGS rRÖX TITZ FRESlDENT-aEXICd. A message was fecelved frota the President of the United States, by Mr. Walker, bit privaie Secretary, which was read by the Secretary cf the Senate, as follows : To the Senate and House of Repreienlatites i The existing state of the relations between the United States and Mexico renders it proper that I should bring: the subject to the consideration of Con gress. In my Message at the commencement of your present session the state of these relations, the causes which led to the suspension of diplomatic intercourse between the two countries in March, 1345, and the lnn(T.rontinued and unredressed wrong and injuries committed by the Mexican government on Citizens of the United States in their persons and property, were briefly set forth. As the facta and oprnions which were then laid before you were carefully considered, I cannot better rxpress my convictions of the condition of affairs up t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 21 May 1846

3nMatm gtntc Sentinel. WEEKLY ED ITIOIY. KtKBHAL TIOItAUCE I THE MICB OF IIBF-BTT. INDIANAPOLIS, MAY 31, 1S40. - - .... - - a Democratic Xoiuinations. For Governor, JAMES W II I T C O ITC B . For Lieutenant Governor, PARIS C. DUNNIJfC. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: OPayments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year $2.00 Tbree copies, do 5.00 Five 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 Three copies $10.00 Important from Washington Pres! dent Polk's Message prompt re sponse of the House of Representa tives. "We receired, on Saturday evening, the preceding message from the President of the United States, together with letters from our correspondents, and the proceedings of the House and Senate thereon, which we should hare laid immediately before our readers, but for the fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 21 May 1846

55, House rf Representatives, May 4. MIAMI LANDS. Mr. Thomas Smith, by leav, moved that the Committee of the Whole House be discharged from the consideration of the bill to grant the right of pre-emption to actual settlers on the lands acquired by treaty from the Miami Indians in Indiana ; which motion was agreed to. And the question being on orderin the bill to a third reading, The Loudon Time on Oregon. The following is the entire article from the London Times, on the Oregon question, of which we yester day could only polish on extract, as we found it in the Boston papers, derived from the Cambria. The sura and substance of it, in limple Saxon, is just about Uiis : Tho Americans are united upon 49 as their "flouting line"; well, then, they shall have 49, though it is what we have always before refused. To tliis complexion then it has come at last as we always knew that it would; as we had gocd authority Mr. G. Davis orrood it in a few remirks, directed ' in December last, on our r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 28 May 1846

n A I l . - . i : . . . VOLUNTEERS! A I,ItOCL,A3IlTIO. Bjr 111 Governor ofihc Slate of ludiana. EXECUTIVE D Kf ARTME.NT. Whereas, the territory of our common country has been invaded, and the blood of our citizens lias been fched upon our own soil by a hostile force from the .Republic of Mexico, after rfoeated attemntu on the part of the United States for an hunorable settlement t all existing differences with that power, which have been met only with inJiif-rrenc and contempt: And whereas, by an act of the Con" reas of the United States, entitled, "An act providing for the prosecution ot the existing war between the United States and the Republic of -Mexico," approved oa the ,13th of the present month, the President of the United States U authorized, in addition to other provisions therein contained, for the prosecution of said war to a speedy and successful termination, to call for and accept the services of any number of Tüiuüiecrs, not exceesmg iAJ.UUU, either as cavalry, artill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 28 May 1846

JnMatia State gcnttncl. WEEKLY CUITIOX. BTrBJAL TIOItlCC II THE PB1CE OF LIBERTY. IXPlA.Vll'OL.lS, MAY 2S, IS4G. Democratic Aoiniiiatioiis. Fur Governor, -JAMES W II I T COM. For Lieutenant Governor, P A It 1 S . IHJNMXG. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent lerma of the Weekly Indiana Stale Sentinel: 0-Paymcnts to be made always in advance. One copy, one year $"2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do -00 Ten conies, do ..; 13.UO Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,C0 Scmi-IVceRljr. Publisher tliree times a week during the session.) Onconv St.OO I Three copies $10.00 To Correspondents. W. r. B-W cannot furnish left eofies ( üit Weekly Sentinel for Im ttnn $15. XV m will ftirnWh Iba Weekly three months Sir fifty teilt la u man j it desire. The report of the Fnprrme Court will b replarty givea in the Sentinel. Thank you fuf the itme. The Swindler IJeckwitli, and Joseph C iri.irslitl!. The tendency of the difence put forth by the State Journal ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 28 May 1846

manifesto of Mexico. From the "Liar to Official," (city of Mexico J April 24, 1846. Translated for tht Union. J Manifesto of His Excellency the r resi dent ad interim ol the It public to the IVation. On assuming, in the beginnin of this year, li heavj responsibility of guiding the destinies of the nation dur ing a short priod, 1 determined resolutely to change its policy from the weak and pernicious system of tempor izing, which hn been observed with regard to the Unit ed Stales of America, notwithstanding the nerfiJr with which that government prepared for the occupation of 1 las, lie treacherous violation or the existing treaties which guarantee the limits of the republic, and the insi dious act by which it incorporated one of our departments with its own confederacy. The Mexican nation did not conquer its independence by the most bloody and heroic aacriSces, nor place itself among the civilized powers of the world in order to become the sport or a neighboring nation, which, takin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 28 May 1846

1 gfjc JnMcma State Sentinel. From the Demacrattc Retieic for Moy. The Independent Treasury. From the first settlement of the North American continent by a free aol enterprising Anglo-Saxon rcce, the great and unequalled advantages of soil, climate and population which it has possessed have bnen counteracted, to a very great extent, by two modes of seeking the same end, viz., to make the many work for the few, or to procure large profit fur capital at tbe expense f labor. The means used lor tins pur pose have been monied corporations and the protective system. Of all devices for appropriating: the proceeds of the labor of many to the service of a few, the piper syttem, as conducted by monied corporations, having special privileges, has been the most sure e-s-ful and the most injurious to the Well-being of the country tt l irge. That the country, with its great natural advantages, has progressed in wca'ih and power in spite of the pernicious influence of paper money, has ben taken in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 3 June 1846

i a hielt I ri IWiij. r.f.o INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: -THE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF THE STATE- OCrOßce on Illinois Street, Sörth of Washington. - G. A, k J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. (KrThc State Sentinel v. ill contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. tiir ;ivtii.ivi:i:itit i:iitiox Is published everV Wednesday and Saturday, anddur- in1 the session ot the Legislature, mrec umesawceK, cn Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Niluidays, at tour Vol ar a year payable always in advance. TUB WBBItLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Ttco Dollars a year, 1 always to be paid in advance. 1 in advance will piy for six months. S" will pay for three copies one year. 4 Persons remitting ft 10 in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. ft2 will pay for six months, ftl will always J oc charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weeklv, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will ...

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

i .....i t. t..i... ... : :.i ..- . ?.. . . Tn rn,!.P n.v.lf itOotlir; h. ; I , f . I .. 1 I P'".'" ' "- s.r.i.-i.t inrotio,, ... , c- .0 1 1 0.0 1 or. sou 10 li,- eerrcvip I,, s:,.. f....o, i ! e..-ti ui ux uuio n.ai ii.e laissnn tonvenu - -- -- --.s-.-. , .... . 1, II- '.1. J , m . w s t t OIIOIL li'tliiO.ll 1 1 I I I A i'i imivi' a-ujoiianoiji 01 wir ni d v Iii'- ll'Hitt; tii ii'' Mt 1 I U i- I ri .-i.. .rr.mi treu.- I . ",,es that Mr. it ti 7k; , !, .f rt - leijuea from t!.e ocean; the imf between the British V!- U C U I jj - , X 11 l l J VL, U It l l l 5 V posiession- and Ihe line i.r coast which i to belong to - -- . - , .-. . . . Russia, as above mentioned, sliall be formed by a hue In ricuut", .M'lfl?2, lMt. . r : 1 1-1 n, the. winding of the coast, nn.l which shall c , V ! e , ' tie, tr exceed the distance of ten marine h-a-mes tlierc- VCCU Ol ..ll'. ilClSK.Il, (Viifn Al,(j ,. ,;ne f ,.,3,1,,,, huü follow the s.nn- Oi the motion made by -Mr. WesTCoTT, to posfporv mit i f th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 3 June 1846

I lri.i.4Tfi.i.. . -vr.T..,.-.. T T".. f ...:il.. - I.: , .l..i.ntMi urn ii'.l 1 n Iniro. , ion nv HI. tCk oiiij. j 1 . ' r W'Tioncr t1ti jwilmiiejion Uro W.hvI Jn. V. (Wli. lrli. 1 John A iWii-ht Wnisou jWo'inrl IWiil-ov I...i B jW.H-.l.-n Wm J jWii-.it ll. nr Wrii h.a,l T!i iWhiOiai.l Or II '.Vii-h' N4,h : ivin.Li i w j M L. nrNLAP, P M. I. if mg S, ' CXf f I IScpcal or the Dnllsli Corn Laws. jUUtUllfl XUlUC XPCnUUCU The Washington Union of the 2Gth iiwt., contain the following, which it bays comes from one of the ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OT LIBERTY. Deuiocinüc Aomin;, lion. For Governor, j a :i r. s v si i r t: o :i i$ . For Lieutenant Governor, r a ims v . s ir isg. very highest sources in (Jrcat Britain, cnl nay he r tiie d upon : Livr.nroot, Way 2, I81G. ! "There has lern some very teasing delay with our ; corn-law r.-pfal hill on a mere point of f rm ; but the jilt lay lias furthered the cause in the House of Lords.) They ire now lh,iMn,aurc tui'.s. Y)u were passed to i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 3 June 1846

-r-.N- '4 v (LOTTING, e'er. . ja mi:s rui.i,, mi:i: ( It t ST 7M I LO 11 V..Vti i-tnii MutI, Iiuliutt'.ipoIK THE Hid HOOT ' '1 t tih: city sinn: stoki:. . ft THK it"" I'itM'i )i. J i-t receive. I I iri' an I iu' nvoil in. nt of livMH'S au I SHOE 4, suitable r the spnnganl Stiiiinn r ir ide. w hi. h w.ie selected wih tri t-ut can' au I parch "l at iw " i e. t the Etstcin Mau.if.tciuic r, for ca.-h ; a.i I Ik- im. f. i tli in lor Ca It ur Produce, ai a xci mall a l xmu'e on root, and would invite the attention of buvtr to an rvi i.in itiii of th- I irgcst tin I most t um j.Iiti a-01 'in. ut ol Boot uii l l.-.e mi mtii in Li tiaiiapolis. Xoticni 1 ! !. at :ny place, I. it I cm -II jimi a bet er article uii t t a 1 price than u can ptnh ein to .in or to.iutr) . The I 'How a the im nt : M su. r Morocco C 't, ewed an I pegged, M.'nN Sup. r r.ill R .', chtiI and V'''' Men' .Super Calf J. il'.-rin, ewed au I p. g '!, M-nN Extra feie Ir-a Hi!i r, Mi n PI h i mi I Morocco lipped H üt. r, sit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 4 June 1846

Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms Of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: CCrPayments tu be made always in advance. une copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do-.. 5.00 x i ve copies, do goo Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, SiO.OO Scmi-AVccIily. (Published three Lm.es a week during the session.) One copy S I 0) Three copies 10.00 End oflhc Volume. This number, 10D, closes the first volume of the Semi-Weekly State Sentinel, and with it the time cf those who so kindly assisted by subscribing at the commencement It has met with a patronage but little expected, and we hope that our efforts to please have not been unavailing. It was but an experiment, made after due reflection, with the fact staring us iu the face, that a similar attempt by others, though pro secuted with zeal for a long time, had proved abor tive. "We now announce that the second volume will commence on Wednesday next, and will be continued through the year, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 4 June 1846

L tU t U t tl int!) lLOttGtC55. In Scnafr, May 22, 1946. . r Speech of Mr. Benton, t,n the xnotioa made by Mr. Westcott, to postpone the consideration of the hill to extend the laws of the United States over Oresron, to the first Monday i in DerMnler ntt. Ac Mr. Bextox rose, and thus addressed the Senate. Mr. President The bill before the Senate proposes to extend the sovereignty and jurisdiction of the Unit ed States over all our territories west of the Rocky mountain, without saying what is the extent and what are the limits of this territory. This is wrong, in my opinion. We ought to define the limits within which our agents are to do such acts as this bill con templates, otherwise we commit to them the solution of questions which we find to hard for ourselves. This indefinite extension of authority, in a case which requires the utmost precision, forces me to speak, and to give my opinion of the true extent of our territo ries beyond the Rocky mountains. I have delayed doing this...

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