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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 December 1847

From the Democratic Review for Much, 1S17. POLITICAL rOKTKAITS WITH PEN AND PENCIL. Gen. T. A. Howard, or Indiana.The sketches of ihe late (Jen. Howaid, of Indiana, which we Rive in thi. number, sie extiacis fiom an address delivered ou the lt 4ih i f July, at Ruckville, Indiana, by Hon. Jose-h A. Wii?ht,hiifell.nf-townsinan,nti2hboraDd fiiend. We hope In have the pleasure of seeing the life j et published of this eminent man of the weit. Editor. To the Iopz list uf American statesmen and philanthropies, whü will I e the pride and 'lory of the republic in arter limes, must be added the name or him whose memoiy we hae Ihn day met to honor. If a long life of devotion to his country if faithful tervice in sotr.e ol the most important offices 11 uieins i i a nu:i order il & liberal education acquiied by 1 elf-eul:ur if a life of spotless purity if a political i.i- ! tegrity above suspicion if stioiig confidence in 'he voice I uf his fe Hoheit izern that never falteied if the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 December 1847

From the Cin. Enquirer, Nov. 15. (General Ortlers. o. 1. Jon Bkocgm, Esq. Dear Sir: Below you will find Q authentic copy of a circular emanating from Ashland, and now secretly circulated through every part of the country. I believe, air, that a publication of il would nerve to fottify the democracy against the insiJiou attacks of an enemy that loves darkness rather than light, aa well aa l expose a part of the machinery which will be worked against us. Upon the exact accuracy of this you may tie rD Very truly j oun, VIGILANZ. Liiisiotoi, Kr., October, 1847. Mb. , Dear Sir: Aa members of the whig party we iJJress you, aa a whig, to communicate what we believe to be correct, and we hope acceptable and useful information, in regard tu public sentiment in Kentucky, on the aubject of the next Presidential election. We are resiJenta and citizens of the city of Lexington, and several of us were members of the General Whig Committee of the State of Kentucky in the canvass of 1814. But aa th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 December 1847

nnn.Mi'oLis, iECc:rim:ii .1, is47 ("Score of ißt-uucrs and other distinguished men have arrived in town during the past week, and we presume that the General Assembly will commence its session on Monday with a full quorum. We hare been half sick, ourselves, during the past two weeks, which has prevented our paying proper attention to any body or any thing. But if we regain our health, as we expect to do, we shall make up for all deficiencies and delinquencies. In every other respect, except health, we are better prepared than ever before to work with both heada and hands. Free, too, iu all respects; and especially from that doubtful blessing, the State printing, whose place is supplied by much more profitable and less troublesome work. We feel better and richer without it than ever we did with it. We have enough to do, and are free ! Who is worthy to enjoy more 1 C?"Our friend of the whig paper at Crawfordsville, handles a two edged Damascus claymore on his foes, in the last number ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 December 1847

0tafc&ntihcl. WEEKLY EDITIO.Y. ZTE15AL VICILA5CE IS THE rilCt Of LIBEBTT. ri ttitus, ir.c i:Tim;u , is tT. 1 Our Trrins. The following1 will hereafter be the permanent terras of the Week's Indiana State Sentinel: OFaymcnts to be made always in advance. One copv, one year, .'.'.' 2.00 Three copies, one year, .................. 5.(K) r'ive coDip. one vear. ............' 8.00 Ten copies, one year, Twenty copies, one year, - ...; ..4.1... 15.00 ' Scmf-Wrel&ly (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy,- $.00 Three copies, $ 10.00 One copy during the session, - .- 1.00 Messrs Eepient &. Green are agents at Cincinnati for the Indiana State Sentinel. . CrSee first page Semi-Weekly. U3Jre lay one copy of our In-Weekly of this morning on the desks of the members. Should the Legislature conclude to subscribe for any given number, as usual, we will extend every facility in our power to have them transmitted by mail in accordance with law. To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 December 1847

A Scaihing yet Just licbuUe. . , The I't nnsytraiwm publishes a letter from Colonel VyKoop, ot the iVniisjlvania' volunteers,' dated at I'crote, on the 9th of September, from which we make jhe following extract. Col. Wynkoop left home a decided : whig, and while he still cherishce his fur- uv. v.iiwus uwjii jneMinni 01 Domical no ncv that onulemnj tho course of hi pv-y leaders upon' the subject of the present war. . lie uses strong lanuae, matter, and spoken of it in even severe terms. Here M another manifestation of the truth of what we have uttered. We ask the friends' of the' country, the true friends of peace, to read attentively this letter; and especially its closing "sentences. What an ' announcement is it for. an American officer to make, in ti heart of an enemy's country, that peace is deferred by the course of a political party in Lis own land, and that "the strongest arguments publihed against our army are selected from whijr papers ' in Ihe ' United States.", Can it be m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 December 1847

Mr. Clay's Speech and Kesolutions. The 111:1 rch oftlip Auiericiti Army to the Ilio Grande the ciiucuf Hie Wur. We have carefully examined the synopsis of this epecch and resolutions this mtssdgt from the Great Embodiment "in relation to the author and causes of the present war with Mexico" and which, fjr some time, has engaged the solicitous attention of the public, as intended to be the platform of the opposition in the approaching Con jjress. ' It is most remarkable how signally and invariably al! those person's who nave attempted to place their own country in the wronj in the present war with ' Me.i(jo. have been confronted and rebuked by known fac&s, officially recorded, directly the reverse .of, and destructive to, the entire premises upon whiwh their arguments are based.' As was to be expected, Mr. Clay arraigns Mr. Polk as the author of this war, and ascribes its origin to the order of the President for the American army to march upon the Rio Bravo. We Sropose to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 December 1847

IMMAXAI'OLIS, ECOIKEU 9, 1S47. LATEST. Congress. Mr. Winthrop of Mass. is elected Speaker, 09 the third ballot, by a majority of one. It is rumored that Hon. J. AV. Davis, of this State, is to be appointed Commissioner to China, in place of A. II. Everett, dee'd. No news from the South worth giving. The Kailro.td. We give place to the following communication, that all 6ides may be heard. We cannot think that the writer really intends to find fault with us ; because, on a moments' reflection, his better judgmeut would forbid it. Willi a few notes which suggest themselves, as we read it, we dismiss t for the present, observing that, as leisure prevails, we have "something considerable" more to say on the subject. For the Sentinel. For 6ome weeks past, the iSentinel and the Journal have frequently noticed the management of the Hailroad. Su fir as editors think proper to express opinions of the managers of the road, they must pass for what they are worth ; but it seems to me that upou m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 December 1847

By Telegraph for Louisville Democrat. President's Message. FtUuic-atizens of the Senate, ' and of the House of Representatives : The annual meeting of Congress is always ac interesting event. The representatives of the? States and of the people come fresh from their constituents i to take counsel together for the common good. After an existence of near three quarters of a century, as a free and independent republic, the problem no longer remains to be solved, whether man is capable of eelf-governrnent. The success of our admirable system i-f a conclusive refutation of the theories of those in other countries, who maintain that a fuvored few are born to rule, and that the mass of mankind must be governed by force. Subject to no arbitrary hereditary authority, the people are the only sovereigns recognized by our constitution. Numerous emigrants, of every lineage and language, attracted by the civil and religious freedom we enjoy, and by our happy condition, continually crowd to our sh...

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

supplies of food and raiment for a!! th necessaries and comfort of lifetartf receiving wage and more steady an J permanent employment than in any other country or in any previous period of our own hii-tory. 5o successful have been nil the brandies of our industry Unit a foreign war, which generally tlniiishe the resources; of a nation, lias in no essential degree retarded cur onward progress or checked nur general prosperity. With such gratifying evidence of prosperity and of the successful operation of the revenue act of J81G, every considerai'nn of public policy recommend that it shall remain unchanged. It i hoped that the system of impost duties which if established may be regarded aa the permanent policy, and the great interest atlectedby it may not be again subjected to be injuriously disturbed, as they have lieretulore been, frequently, and sometimes with sudden changes. For the purpose of increasing the revenue, and with out changing or modifying the rates imposed by the act ...

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

3nManct legislature. BEPORTED FOR THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. SENATE. Tuesday, December 7, 1317. Mr. yapoIe moved that the resolution offered by "Mr. Ellis on yesterday, informing the House that the Senate had convened, elected John D. Ferguson principal Secretary, P. E. Robinson Assistant Secretary, "William Youse Sergeant-at-Arms, and Wm. Hawthorn Doorkeeper, and were now ready for legislative business, be now taken up. The ayes and noes being demanded, were called, and the motion was lost ayes 2-1, noes 24. Mr. Ellis moved for a call of the Senate, upon which the ayes and noes were demanded, and beiuj called, the motion was lost ayes 24, ntes 24. Mr. Walpole moved that the main question be now put upon the adoption of the resolution offered by Mr. Ellis on yesterday. Mr. Handy moved to adjourn, and the ayes and noes beinjj called, the motion was lost ayes 21, noes 23. The motion of Mr. Walpole was taken up, and the ayes and noes being demanded and called, the motion was carried a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 December 1847

! ' 3nMana legislature. REPORTED TOR THE l.NDIA.A STATE SEXTIXEL. SENATE. Thursday, December 9, 1947. The Chair hid before ihe Senate the third annua! report of the forniiiiKiof.eM f..r the Inuiie Hospital of Indiana. Mr. Mimtgumeiy moved to lay the icport on the table, and that öOÜ copte be oideted lo be printed. Cariied. The Chair Uid b. fiie tiie Senate a icpfnt from the Branch Eaalc of Richmond Mr. lb.iloway u.oved to lay it upon the table. Carried. Mr. Maih pieetited a pcti ion from citizens of DeKalb county, and moved ttut the petitiou be laid on the Ubie. Can U'd. Mr. Holloway presented a bill to incorporate the Richmond I diversity; which was read i first time, and passed to a srcond reading on to-morrow. A mesoge was received Tom the Houe, with an enio?sed bill which had been passed, entitled "An act to pi o vide for the cullrction .f levenue in the county of Lake." Mr. It.illuwiy iutiuduceil a bill entitled -A bit! to incorpoute the Franklin Institute of Richmond Uniwsityj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 December 1847

r ffiiftiggg State Sentinel. XTE15AL VIGILANCE IS THE FIICE OF LIBEKTT. IXDIA.Vtl'OLlS, ECEL71UEK IC, IS47. Our TV r iii. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly In liana Stale Sentinel: CO" Payments to be made always in advance. une copy, ne year,Three copies, one year, Ä2.00 ..5.00 . .8.00 15.00 20.00 v ive C'pie, one year, . Te:i copies, one year, Twenty copies, one year, Semi-Weekly. (Pubiislied three times a week during tle session ) O.ie copy, sl.UO Three copies, $!0.l;0 Or'ie copy during the session, i l.CO CO" We are n questt d to announce Matthew Little, as a candidate fur the office of Superintendent of the Central Canal. To Correspondent. T. W. W.. Ladoga. Will attend tu youn of the lOtn, and write you by KiaiL You will nee die balance attended to in our column. County Convention. The adjourned meeting of the democrats of Marion county, will take place at the Court House, on Saturday, Dec. 13th, at 11 o'clock, A. M. JAS. ELAKE, Ch'n. Geo. A. Chap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 December 1847

3nMcinci legislature. REPOUTED FOR THE INDIANA STATE SHXTIXEL. SENATE. Tuesday, December 14, 1917. Mr. Terry moved to take from the files the credentials ff newly elected members and refer them to the committee on elections. Carried. On motion, The order uf business was suspended; whereupon, Ir. JIurrison, fruiu the committ'e on finance, to whom was referred the bill authorizing the oficers of State to borrow money of the State banks for the purpose of paying the interest on the State debt, reported back the bill, amended so as to make the amount tJ be borrowed jj'Jd.OVO instead of $110,0C0, thu amount ia the original bill. The question beinjr, " Shall the bill be engrossed and read a third time to-morrow 1" it was so ordered by consent. ?.Ir. ilcCarty, from the committee to whom was referred a bill to authorize tho Governor to appoint a commissioner in .Mexico, reported the eime, with an amendment, making the colonels of each regiment euch cjmmiisiüner by virtue of their oQce ; con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 December 1847

The Markets. As we cannot from the crowd in our columns, give our tables in full, we will state that wheat in this city, ia now bringing 90 cents; bacon, none; salt, all and any prices; corn 2öa30. Hogs $2a2,50. Extra fine. $2,75. The prices at iladittou are about the same for hogs. Extra; for English packers, $3,00. At Cincinnati, the average price for hogs is $3,00 at latest dates. A letter from Terre Haute, States prices of bogs, at $1,50 to $2,25, and "the country filled." Hereafter we shall be able to keep a more regular run of the? markets. A statement of Ezekiel McDonald, relative to his lata attack upon Senator Hannegan, together with several affidavits relative to the affray at the Attica canal lock, last year, make their appearance in late numbers of the Crawfordsville Fresa. As soon as the press of other matter will permit, probably in our next paper, we shall copy Mr. McD's statement, and as much of the other matter as will be equivalent To what we copied from the other ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 December 1847

The Adjournment. The Legislature held a session yesterday morning for an hour, (just lung enough to .ret their per diem allowance of $3.) The vote passed in favor of the Xmall Pox Recess was brought up for discussion, and confusedly tah'.ed about. Finally, by a little log. rolling.the Sena.e was induced to recede from its amend ment extending the recess to the first Monday in February, and agreed to the original time proposed by the ILuise, to-wit: the second Monday in January The! principal reason given iu the House in favor of the earliest day, was the fear that the roads would be bad in February. Dr. Cornett, senator, thought there would be just as much danger in coining back on the second Monday in January, as there would be in remaining. He was not very much opposed to their coining back so soon, if they had courage enough to do it. The majority thought they could venture to run the risk, and the Legislature will therefore aseemble on the second Monday in January, probably. One...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 December 1847

3iibavia Statt SentinelETCIR4L TIOILAKCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTT. ttDIAXAPOLIS, DIXETCIJEIt 23, IS47. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terras of the WeeUy Indiana State Sentinel: QT-Paymcnta to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 rive copie?, one year, '. 8.V0 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, 4.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 . To Correspondents. B., Waveland. We cannot comply with your request. Our tenni ire certainly plain enough. We redly believe, that if the price of the paper wai reduced to 50 cenu a year, people would be found who would wnnt to get it for less. We care not what the Journal doei in these case ; it being no guide for us. R. O., Morgantown. Under the rule by which we agreed, (aa we informed you by letter) the eontinge.-icy mentioned in your let ter does not exist. The sub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 December 1847

V From the N. T. Journal of Commerce. . two from Bologna, and four from Rome, twenty-four l'oue Pius IX. . ! in all. besides a cardinal as president. This body is Cardinal Itfastai Ferreti was elected Top June 10, to deliberate and advise about all national affairs, and 13 10, and assumed the title of Pius IX. He at once 13 nlmst a legisluture. These councils are not electentered upon a course the reverse of that which his e(l by the people, yet their organization goes a great predecessor had pursued. lie went throu-Mi the way toward recognizing the principles of popular streets on foot, which the five t.repnl-ncr nonea h.id : representation. never done. He preached, which no dodo had done before for three hundred years. He sought the society of men of talents and information, and spent much time with them, and with the officers of the government, discussing projects of reform. He gave audience without the ordinary ceremonies, and appointed days on which the men nest subject could h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 December 1847

From tht Cravforisxilli MPreu" of Dec. 3. 12. ill cl on a Id's Statement. Mr. BausTnan,! aik the privilege, through the columns of jour paper, to correct a false statement, put forlh by the Covington "People's Friend," in relation to the encounter between Senator Hannegan a od myself, and the previous ditliculty that led to it. I should not bave taken any notice of the base libel of theFrtenJ," were it not, that through the medium of exchanges, the article has iiad a wide circu lation, and is calculated to prejudice the tninds of those who have no knowledge of the difficulty, except what is drawn from that source, and who may be Btraugers to me. I hazard nothing in saying, that where the facts are known as they occurred, and u here my character is familiar, no man will be found to condemn my course who is not influenced by Senator Hannepan and his particular friends. I will now make a statement of the affray at Covington, on the 20th of October, ult., which no man can contradict, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 December 1847

To Correspondents. J. W. S., lUniingtoa. The XXVIII em safely to hand. Wifl try and fulfil your request. Ajcs mid Aoes onlhc Adjourning Ilcsolutions. In the report of the proceedings of the House, on the resolutions proposing to adjourn on account of a case of small-pox in this city, the ayes and noes were only given on the question of concurring in tie amendment proposed by the Senate, extending the recess from the 2d Monday in January to the 1st Monday in February. The original resolution proposed to adjourn till the 2nd Monday in January, and to allow members the usual mileage, &c. Mr. Dunham moved to amend so as to adjourn sine die on the 20th January, and Mr. Short made a similar motion to tnke effect on the 2öth. Both motions were laid on the table by a decisive vote. Mr. Dunham then moved to strike out so much of the resolution as allowed members to charge mileage, which motion was rejected by the following vote: Ayes Carr, Coble, Cole, Dobson, Doyle, Dunham, Fraz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 December 1847

3rmaw State gcntincl. CTCft.tAL TIOILAHCC It THE FKICK OF LIIEKTT. INDIANAPOLIS, DECimDEIl 30, 1847. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the WeeVy Indiana State Sentinel: 07 Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 Five copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, 4.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1-00 OSee first page Semi-Weekly. To Correspondent. J. W. J., Hendricks county. Thank tot your Avon. tbm as noa as possible. Will Insert (KrOur thanks are due to Senator Brigiit ind IIannegax, and Representatives Wicx, Hellet, Fettit, Tibbatts and others, for valuable favors. Also, to Dr. Jas. A. Houston and A. E. Drapier, for their kindnesses. Premium Deer. Chable Meikeill informs us that on New Year's morning, he will offer at his stalls in the eastern market, the Premium Bet ...

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