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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

U . STATES BANK . —In the Senate of Pennsylvania , Mr . Burden , on Thursday the 2 d ult . offered a resolution , instructing the Senators , and requesting the Representatives of that State , in Congress , to use their exertions to obtain a renewal of the charter of the United States Bank , during the present session of Congress—with such alterations , if any be necessary , as may secure the rights of the Slates . The resolution was read the first time in the Senate . On the following day , it was passed unamimously by that body , and sent to the House of Representatives , where it was concurred in—yeas 77 ; rays 7 .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

THE JOURNAL , 11 PUBLISHED EVERY TIlimsOAY FtVEXISC . ( HPOlFice in the new brick bmlilin . fronting the Public Square , north- we-ti of the Court I louse CFur STAIRS . TERMS OF THE JOURNAL . —Two dollars and fifty cents a-yeir , if paid in J Ivtinee ; three dollars , if paid at the expiration of six months : and three dollars and fifty cent .--, if settle 1 for at the close of the year . ttTTNo papers to be discontinued without duo notice , and the payment of all arrearages . ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the usual rates . A deduction will be mad * to those who advertise by the year . CA 1 I letters , on business with the office , must be post paid . ^^^ s ^ -- ^ : s ^;^^^^ s ^^^ m r | JOB PRIlVTTlffir-, I ? 5 Of every description , tteetly executed at ^ J the Journal Office . gp g t ^ f ^^^^ --5 y : 4 :. i : . ^ ; » : ty ^^ : i ; I

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

We learn from a correspondence in theNafional Intelligencer , between Mr . Forsyth and Mr . Brand ) , that the latter js the Secretary who had the conversation with the President , which Mr . Poindexter detailed in his speech on Mr . Van Burens nomination . Mr . Forsyth , it seems , in the course of the debate , spoke of Mr . Branch as somebody , one of the late Secretaries ; and Gov . Branch demands of Mr . V . to explain whether be did or did not know , that 1 e was the Secretary on whose authority the conversation was repeated ; and he concludes by saying that the replj would regulate his future conduct . Several letters passed between the gentlemen on the subject : | in the final one , Mr . Forsyth says that , j believing he had acted under a wrong impression , he disclaims the application to Mr . Branch of the charge im- | ported by Lis remarks , of having repealed a confidential conversation .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

DUFF GHEEN recently published an extract from a letter , which lately appeared in the papers , signed by J . W . Webb , and accompanied it with various remarks . A Mr . Barrell , of NewYork , who was then in Washington , AVoited upon Green , and presented a letter from Webb , and also an explanation , which Green was requested to sign . Green , after reading the note , enquired of Barrell , am I to consider you as standing in Webb s shoes ? Yes . sir . Then , sir , I feel under obligations to cowhide you , which he did until they were separated . Wehh has published a handbill , but it does not appear in any of the papers .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

THE CHOLERA . —We learn from the Boston Daily Adverliser , that at a meeting of the Counsellors of the Massachusetts Medical Society , held in that city a few days since , a committee was appointed , consisting of Doctors Jackson , Warren , and Hayward , of Boston ; Perry , of Stockbridgc ; Greene , of Worcester ; Wyman , of Charleston ; and Pierson , of Salem—to in- ? uire into the character of the Asiatic Jholera , now prevailing in various parts of Europe , with authority to pub lish the resell of their investigations at j the expense of the society .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

CONGRESS . —Mr . Dickerson , from t e Committee on Manufactures , made , on the 7 th , an unfavorable report upon Mr . Benton s Blanket bill , and recommended ifs indefinite postponement . The House of Representatives seem to have . determined that the ratio of representation shall be fixed at 44 , 000 . On this number , the vote was 97 to 97 , the Speaker voting in the affirmative . A report has been made by Mr . McDuffie , upon the Tariff subject , accompanied by a bill to reduce the dulies upon imports . The report is an able one . What is its particular complexion , the reader will hardly doubt , who knows what are Mr . MDulhes opinions on i ite subject of the Tariff . The following paragraph , with which bis report closes , will show that as usuahhe , and a majority of the Committee , occupy no middle ground , but boldly unfurl the flag with the inscription , No protection . Upon the whole , then , the protecting system is utterly ruinous , to the planting States , injurious ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

Van Buren . as was expected , has been nominated in various partizan presses for the Vice Presidency ; and will undoubtedly be selected by the Baltimore Jackson Convention .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

The Senate of New-York have adopted a resolution , 20 to 10 , disapproving of the renewal of the U . S . Bank C larter , which was sent to the Assembly for concurrence .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

A Bill authorizing the sale of the Public lands in forty acre tracts ; and one authorizing the entry of other than 16 th sections , where they are barren and unproductive , have , passed the . Senate . Another bill is before the Senate , to sell the public lands which have been in market since 1827 , at one dollar per acre , and at fifty cents per acre to actual settlers , for five consecutive years . And one ( o aut . onze Illinois to use the lands granted for a Canal , in the construction of a Rail Road from Chicago to the Illinois river .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

A duel took place on toe 83 d of January , near Columhus , Gcorgia , between Gen . Sovrell Woollblk and Major J . T . Camp , in which the former was shot through t , c heart at the first fire , and the latter seriously , though not dangerously , in the abdomen . The parties foug -it at the same spot wi . ere Doctor Woodson was recently killed . Both individuals were residents of Columbus , and General W oolfolk has been the Slate Senator ol Muscogee for several years . Another duel took place on the 28 th ult . in Georgia , between Mr . Gist and Mr . Fair , both of South Carolina , in which tiie latter was shot through the heart . The scene was truly melancholy , says one of the spectators , as Mr . Fair , who was killed , had three broti era and other relations on the ground .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

[ From the N . Orleans Price Current , Feb . 4 . ] BEKF , western , mess . hol . # 9 ; prime 5 to $ 7 ; cargo 3 to # 3 50 . BACOX , hams , Hi . 8 cents ; hog round 6 cts . — BITTER , Goshen , lb . 19 els . ; western , 10 to 12 . COFFER , IIavana , ? green , lb . 14 to 15 3-4 ; Porto Rico , 15 . COHM , shelled , 37 1-2 . FLOUR , 1 st qnal . per ! . ! , ! . $ 5 25 . HEMP , per ( on , # 125 . — LEAD , bar per lb . 5 1-4 cts . ; siieci 6 1-2 . PORK , mess , inspected , per bhl . # 11 to 11 50 ; prime do . $ 9 to 9 50 ; cargo do . 7 . St : « AI :, Louisiana , lstqutl . per lb . on the plantation , 5 1-4 to 5 3-4 ; in the city , 5 1-2 to C 1-2 ; Havana , white , 10 1-2 ; brown , 7 1-2 ; loaf , 14 to 14 1-2 ; lump . 12 1-2 to 13 1-2 . — SHOT , Am . all sizes , 25 lb . bag , $ 1 75 . SEGARS , Spanish , perM . $ 14 ; American , 8 to 10 . TOBACCO , tstquafity , per lb . 4 1-4 to 4 1-2 ; 2 d do . 3 1-4 to 3 1-2 ; crossed X 2 1-4 to 2 1-2 . WAX , . bees , yellow , per lb . 19 ; white , 4...

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I MR . FORSYTH'S SPEECH . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

I MR . FORSYTHS SPEECH . On the Nomination qf Mr . Van Run-n . I regret , Mr . President , that the senator I from Mississippi ( Mr . Poindixier ) has been I so long absent from his seat , not only because t he has been suU erinir pain , butbecause , had he boon here , he could have escaped the comniisI I sion of numerous errors into which he lias been led . The friends of Mr . Van Huron 1 have not obstructed inquiry into h , s conduct : they have challenged investigation , olicred it l in every and any form consistent with the obligations of the senate to its own character . — The senator from Maine , ( Mr . Holmes ( shrunk from his own resolution . It was laitl aside by the votes of those -opposed , contrary to ( he votes and wishes of those friendly to Ibe nomination . That senator was distinctly invited by one of the senators of \ evv York ( Mr . Mtircy ) to specify any act dishonorable to the character of Mr . Van Buren , and a pledge given that the inquiry into it should be ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

Nature , unkind to her , rented to her that know l . algo of reading and writuer , that coin , - t stinct . She never mustered beyond A-B ah . Her more difficult ,-. atlbuilt , . 11-. Wri m 0 animncnV : \ - ! nd \ : ; , ui ! li , yi . g . r . mistiust ol igi k the pains aleript , bv intingtb , n i I would give all tbe n thur Brooke , lo have r , but they wove unatoiv , ivi Iter , tore , kept sacred : for pint , ass ! ! , lover . There is an . > ii . some faces lhtthas its charm . But Sally had not one good feature , except iho c . hid John II ken , her partial f . nc \ vv is eq i I Iv answerable for her - barms . On .- precious lock—no , not a lock , K 1 vellow iiair . t ! iicl . ppmgsof . mii . tancrop , for John was a corporal , slood lhe foremost item amonc her treasures . To her they were curls , golden . Hysperi . ui , and cherished long after the parent head was laid low , will many mure , on the bloody pi til -S of St . ll 111 UK , 1 . I remember vividly at this ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

{ The following articles are copied from the lust St . Louis R , public ii . ] THE NEWS . —The steam boat Diana , arrived last evening front Louisville , brought tinee of the eastern mails due at this place . We have condensed the most important news , foreign and domestic , which the papers contain . The Foreign news is of an interesting character . The spread of the cholera in England—the abolition of the Hereditary peerage in France—a reported revolution in Rome , and death of the Pope , arc amongst the most important items . The entire abolition of hereditary peerage in Fnnc . , passed lhe chamber of Peers on the 20 th of Dacember , by a majority of 3 J voles—1 UJ to 70 . A letter from Toulon , received at Paris , dated Dee . 20 th , slates that a revolution had broken out at Roma , and that the Pope had been slain . The people were committing all kinds of of excesses , pillaging the palace ^ the cardinals , & c . and had got possession of Fort St . Angelo . ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

f . Ot ! THE UlttIM JOimifAt . j BARDS AND REVIEWERS . • III , ., ivc sonic talk i ; ith this fume learned ihehan . sHAKEsrE . vKr . ScruUr , Scrutator , 8 cru—which is t That von subscribe your classic fist I am n » t gifted sore with latin , Rut oi » or t other tis , that s sartin ; Poeta ras . itur—non fit , — I in .- is . ! , « ted tror . i « bicb you screw , our In ... criticism through ; And to tie modest bard dispense —a mere pretence ; Horace shu . ilrl teach you belter sense . Beside yea mix up politics , Just like the devil on tv . osticks ; And turning all things lopsv-lurvey , 1 ou « t iih A nnjl—The ile il fur this SOUK ; day v . ill burn ye Now answer me , I pray , good sir , Why all this strife and mighty stir ; Why like a lavage Mohawk come To strike the tuneful brethren dumb 7 And . with v cur club and scalping knife . Threaten each gentle hardling s life ! Win join v . ith H .. that rcurgado , Who treats w like a Wiun . eb . ago ! His was lh tiukin...

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MR . WEBSTER'S REMARKS . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

MR . WEBSTERS REMARKS . SF . COND DAY . Mr . WEBSTER saiJ . in reply to some remarks of Mr . FORSYTH , that it was , in his judgement , a rrreat mistake , to say . that what was now called the American pretension , originated with Mr . Adams , either as President , or secretary of state . By the way , it is singular enough that the American side of this question , is called , in the instruction before us , a pretension , too long persisted in ; but tho British side of it is called a tight , too long , and teo tenaciously , resisted by us This courteous mode of speaking of the claims of a foreign government , and this reproachful mode of speaking of the claims of our own , is certainly somewhat novel in diplomacy . But , whether it bo called , respectfully a claim , or reproachfully , a prett nsion , it did not originate with Mr . Adams . It had a much earner origin . This pretension , now abandoned , with so much scorn , or this j claim said , reproachfully , to have been first set ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

That they have been subjects of complaint j out doors since they were made public , and of much severe animadversion , is certainly true . I But , until now , there never has been an oppor- , tunity naturally calling for their discussion \ here . The honorable gentleman may be as- I gored , that if such occasion hail presented it- I self , it would have been embraced . I entirely forbear , Mr . President , from going into the merits of the late arrangement with England , as a measure of commercial policy . Another time will come , I trust , more suitable for that discussion . For the present , I confine myself strictly to such parts of the instructions as I think plainly objectionable , and reprehensible ; whatever may be the character of the agreement between us and England , as matter of policy . And I repeat , sir , that I place the justification of ray vote on the party tone , and party character of these instructions . Let me ask , if such considerations as these are to be addr...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

Extracts from Mr . Poindexter s speech . Mr . President , m addition to the unbroken current of testimony to w hich I have already adverted , showing most clearly the foul means employed by the late secretary of state to appropriate the name and well earned f > me of Gen . Jackson to the advancement of his own ambitious projects , and to overthrow all w ho obstructed bis path to political power , I feel it to be my duty to give to the Senate the substance of n conversation which took place between the president and a member of his late the distinguished gentleman who made the statement of this interview , is too far above suspicion to need from me tbe eulogy v , bu b his character , public and private , so justly merits . His ejection from a station which be did not seek , the duties of H Inch he discharged with so much credit to himself and advantage to his country , is a a melancholy evidence of the frailty of political friendships , when assailed by the ruthless intrig...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

[ From London papers to the 31 sf of Jan . ] The Burkites . —Bishop , Williams and May , charged with the murder of the Italian boy . Carlo Ferriar , on the 14 th of November last , and of an unknown man , and who had also been accused at the Police Office of the murder of a woman , as we have heretofore stated in full , were brought up for trial at the old Bailey , on the third inr . t . The indictment was for the first two mentioned murders . The court room was crowded to excess , and an immense multitude surrounded the building . The galleries were taken over night by members of the nobility at a guinea a seat . The three prisoners were common looking men , with no particular indications of ferocity or villany in th- ir countenances ; nor did they exhibit much emotion during their trial , which lasted all day . They had , two lawyers to assist them , and the investigation was a thorough and patient or . e , resulting in a clear conviction in the minds of all present , that two ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

Discovery of Ancient Ruins in Central America . —A late number of the London Literary Gazette contains a letter from Lieut . Col . Galindo , at Peten , in Central America , giving some idea of those antiquities which rescue ancient America from the charge of barbarism . These ruins extend for more than 20 miles and must anciently have embraced a city and its suburbs . The principal edifice is supposed to have been a palace , formed of two rows of galleries , eight feet wide , separated by walls a yard thick ; the height of the walls to the eaves is nine feet , and thence 3 yards more to the top . The stones of which all the edifices are built , are about eighteen inches long , nine broad , and two thick , cemented by mortar . The front of the palace contained five lofty and wide doors . Numerous statues of stone are scattered about . In another building , which Col . G . calls the study , are numerous full length figures , of about six feet high , some of them holding naked infant...

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