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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 December 1847

Xlie 1 reiisury Iteport. : account of the government, for specie, at a premium, We rejret that our limits d not admit of the pub- in Mrxico; and as the government fund will not be lication of the whole of this very able document. We ' subject to the export duty, the aprcie may be brought have already given the financial tables. From these ' into the country, by the Treasury department, and the Secretary shows that, if the war is continued un-' recoined at the mint in New Orleans, into American til the first of July next, there will be wanted in aid coin. fiih7rtr'lin"y receiPls of "'e treasury, the sum of The Warehousing Ststem -has been entirely suc$l3,ra),lM Sl for which resort must necessarily cessful; more than fulfilling the highest expectations be had to loan-. This amaunt, however, may be re- of the head of the department. Some suggestions as duced 81,5tf),CG0 ; by a resort to the following means ' to improvements in it, witf le made the ühject of a of revenue, w bich the Sec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 December 1847

4Is it not surprising that one occupying: the posi-' tioa so exalted as that of the Presidency should bo far! forget bis obligations to troth, as to invert so infa-j rnous a falsehood as that the Mexicans invaded Texas j cd shed "the blood of our own cittzens on our own soil!' Is there an intelligent, candid man in thena-1 t inn ivKri will rtn Vi t a rnnacipnra bav flint tKo rirrtit. ' ful boundary of Texas extended further than the Nueces 1 No one pretends that the country between the Nueces and the Rio Grande belonged tu the Province or State of Texas previous to its revolt. How did ehe acquire it afterwards ! By purchase. How much did she pay for it 1 By conquest and possession. Not a foot was ever under the control of Texas. In what way then did she acquire it 1 Why, Mr. Folk says Ehe claimed it by act of Congress previous to her annexation to the United States ! Suppose, by the same act, she had claimed the whole of Mexico, would that have made her title to it complete ! Certai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1848

INDIANAPOLIS, JAM AKY 1, 1S48. I-XTEB.NAL IuPKOVEME.MTS BV THE GENERAL GOVERNMENT. To the exclusion of ether milter, we copy the message of the President, discussing this subject, which was recently seat to the Hou3e of Representatives. The message was promptly assailed in the House, and some of the assaults appear to U3 to have been hasty and unfair. It will meet with no better fate from the opposition press generally. It would look just as well, it seems to us, if these whig editors would let their readers see what thj positions of the President really are, before they condemn them by wholesale. It may be very safe to appeal to the supposed desire of our people to get appropriations from the public treasury; such has always been the course of the whig leaders ; and they have found a few imitators among democrats. Such has not been our course, nor do we believe it will be that of a majority of the people. We may differ with the President as to his conclusions, but he shall at least...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1848

SnMatra 5tatc gcnttucl. ETCaEAI. TIOILASCt IS THE MICE OT LI BI TT. IM)1AXA1'QUS, JANL'AllY G, 1848. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekttf Indiana State Sentinel: OCrPaymcnts to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 five copie?, 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, $t.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy durin the session, 1.C0 O-See first page Semi-Weekly. A,'rWO or three competent JOUKXEYMEJf PKLVTERS v7 M. can bar uuiaüona by making immediate application at this office. epia CHAPMAN 9 Jt HP ASS. The Cambridge lleveille. It is very seldom that we degrade ourselves by noticing, at any length, the misrepresentations and falsehoods dealt out by whig editors against the State Sentinel. It is cot necessary to our own readers that we should do so; and whatever we should say, would find its way to but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1848

Johnson County. Al a meeting of the democrat of Johnson county Ind., hei. I at the court house in Franklin, on the 23th of December, 1847 ; on motion. Dr. James Rilchey was called to the Chair, and 31. Al. Crow appointed Secretary. The Chair being called npon, then explained the object of the meeting. On motion of J. l Peggs, a committee was appointed for the purpose of drafting resolutions expressive of the ense of the meeting; which committee consisted of the following gentlemen: Dr.J. F. Peg's, Uapt. J. Slater, T. J. Mitchell, A. Jacobs, and I. Roberts. The committee retired for a short time and by their chairman (J. F. Peggs) reported the following resolutions : Resolved, that the democratic party of Johnson county have entire conSJence iu the present Administration; that we fully approve of its policy, and that we approve of the war against Mexico, and are in favor of a vigorous prosecution of hostilities until we obtain an lionorablo peace, with full indemnity for the past and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1848

THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. To the House of Rrpresenlaliies : On the last day of the last session of Congress, a bill, entitled "An act to provide for continuing cer tain works in the Territory of Wisconsin, and for, cUkt purposes," which had passed both houses, was preei.ted to me fjr mv approval I entertained insuperable objections to its booming a law ; but the hört period of the session which remained, afforded me no sufficient opportunity to prepare my objections, and communicate them, with the bill, lo the IIou!eof Reprenentatives, in which it originated. For this reavon, ilie bill wn returned, and I deem it proper now to täte my objretiuna to it. Although, from the title of the bill, it would seem that its mi. n object was to make provision for continuing certain works already commenced in the Territory of Wisconsin, it sppt-ars, on examination of its provisions, that it contains only a single appropriation of six thousand dollars to be applied within that Territory, while it app...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1848

IXDIAXAFOLIS, JAMAItY 8, 1S48. 0OT he whig papers are blackguarding Mr". Walker, tlie Secretary of the Treasury, because he remitted the tariff duties on the irpn, brought over as ballast in the frigate Macedonian, on her return trip from Ireland. She wis one of our national Bhips, which had been loaned by the government to carry provisions to the Irish poor, who arc starving under British whig rule. The facts, as the Journal of Commerce says, are few and simple. .The ship must come home, and must have ballast, if she was to get home ! right side up. It was quite as well to bring some- j thing worth bringing, as to ballast with mere stones j or gravel. A Glasgow house offered to ballast tlia ship with pig iron, paying freight and duty as if it had come by any other vessel. The Secretary of the Treasury thought it was right that Com. LeKay should have the benefit of both, as some remuneration for his disbursements ; or rather perhaps, that it would not be honorable, or according to a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1848

jnöiaua State Sentinel. ETERNAL YlGftAKce I THE FRICE Or LIBERTT. i:mASAPOLIS, JASUAHY V2. t4s. Governor's Message. Gentlemen of the Striate and of the Ilovie of Representative! : Ijivin convened f..r the peitbrmance of the important datUMcomrnittd U voui charge, by ihe people of the State it bco.ns my duty duty which it in regretted I w. p,e-' vnied fiom pe.fbim.n pie viu, toyour hie adjournment by eere bodily njury, the result of a recent acrideni to communicate to you the condition of the commonwealth, and 'o suggest auch measures may teem to be demanded for Ibe prestation and increase of the public welfare. In doinz ao.it affords me a heartfelt pleaaore to congratulate you lipon the general prosperity which has prevailed within ur borders during tne pat year. We hire enjoyed the blewinz of health m an unusual degree, Ihe aupremacy of the laws has been maintained, and the labor of the husbandman has been bountifully rewarded by luxuriant crops, which he has been enabled lo dispos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1848

' -a- -v v mvW A a The delegation from the several rountie of tbe Sta'e hereinafter mentioned, assembled at the Hill of the House of Representatives, at Indianapolis, on the 8th of January, 184;, pursuant to the notice previously issued according to usage by the State Central Committee. On motion of S. A. Hall of Casa county, the Hon. J. G. READ, of Clark county, was called to the chair ro tempore. In taking the chair. Judge Read expressed his thanks f..r Uie honor conferred upon him. Hi then briefly alluded to the late action of Congress, upon a resolution proposing the recoil of our troops, which had been defeated by a vote of 135 to 41, and upon the inconsistency which this vote developed, when compared w ith a vote of the same body declaring the war to be unjust and wrong, and that it owed its origin to the unauthorized and unconstitutional course of the President of the United State. On mutiou of A. C. Handy, of Shelby, A. G. Selman, of Morion county, was -appointed secretary, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1848

Iteporc oftlie Secretary or llic Xavj. Thia document seta out witli stating the number of men in service at any one time during the past year, which is 8,000. The difficulty of enlisting men has delayed the arrangements for employing cruisers on several ations. The force and operations in the Mediterranean are then spoken of, including the affair of the Carmelila. In this connection the Secretary speaks of privateering on the part of Mexico as inconsistent with the spirit of the age, resorted to as a means of revenue with a certain result of untold atroccities, if fuvored, and deserving as it has received, llie reprobation of the civilized world. The force on the coast of South America, the squad ron on the c.ast of (Jluna, that on t,e Pacific, the operations in California, the operations of the Gulf squadron, and the loss of the brig Sjmers near Vera Cruz, are next severally dwelt upon with special praisa of Cum. Terry. In connection with the lost, the assistance rendered by the Br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1848

iL SnMcinct legislature. REPORTED FOR TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. SENATE. Monday Morning, Jin. 10, 1S49. The Senate was called to order pursuant to adjournment by the Hon.' Pari C. Dunning presdent. A call of the Senate beinx had, the following members were absent : Messrs. Conduit, Conner, Davis, Ellis, Green, Holloway, Howell, Marsh, Martin, Murphy, Simpson, Stewart, Taber, Walpole, and WinCheil 15. There being: a quorum present, Mr. Orlh offered the following resolution : Resolved, That the House of Representatives be informed that the Senate have met pursuant to adjournment, formed a quorum and are now ready for legislative business. The journal of the last day's proceedings was read and adopted. Petitions were presented by Messrs. Read, Goodenow, Waters, Miller, Montgomery, Beard, Murray, Cassatt, Orth, Day. ifarditi, Osborn, and Ilutftftetter, which wrre referred tu appropriate committees. Mr. Randall presented a petition from the German citizens of Allen county, praying for a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1848

rotisiJeratiwi of the resolution and amendment, and the aye add Doebemg called the ino.iou wa lost, a)t 2J, noe 26. The qursiioo being ou (be adoption of the amendment, the aye nd nue being called, the amendment wa adopted ; aye 30, noea 19. The quefttioo rectming to the adoption of the ieolution as amended on the calling of the ye and ioe, ihe resolution wa adoD ed; e 26, n.e. 22. By Mr. Tdber, calling upon tlra president of the sinking Inn! far information in regard to the fund; wiich was adopted. uy Mr. Beard, inquiring into the expediency fj amenaing in law lor loaning Uie surplu revenue luiid ; which was aduplrd. The President laid before the Senate the report of the commute appointed l ruperintend the institution for the education of ijm blind in Indiana, Ohio and Ken' tuck ; laid on the table and 250 copiea ordered tu be printed. The rules were suspended, and the following bill introdurrri. ßjr Mr. Simpson, a bill to incorporate the Junction llailroad Company ; wl; ch was ref...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1848

KEl'OKT Of an Experimental Surrey for the contemplated Peru and Indianapolis Railroad, by T. A. Morris. To Ihr. Board f Directors of the Peru and Indianapolis Railroad Company. Gentlemen : The undersigned, having; been appointed by jour Board to make au experimental 8urvey and estimate for a railroad from Peru, in Miami cuunty, tliroL-gii Kokuino. the county seat of Howard county; Tipton, the county seat of Tipton county; NobtWille, the cuunty seat of Hamilton county, to Indianapolis, bejja leave to submit the following report. . In the latter part of August last, I organized a party and proceeded to Teru, and commenced operations by first making the neceasarv examination for the best crossing of the Wabash river, and the most eligible .. tVLInl , ,.L!L . f .1 . t 1 I 1 . IU point at which to pass the summit of the table land u;u' wen io pass me summit or me taoie lana djacent. As a direct line from Feru to Kokomo t li, ,,r , , I. , i , would cross the Wabash va ley where the hi Is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1848

The Resolutions. The following are the resolution adopted by the Democratic Slate Convention. We re-puplish them because of the occurrence of an error at the close of the 9th resolution, to-wit: between the word "sympa thies" and the word "for" the word "but" ahould have been inserted, as it now appears. Resolved, that tha administration of the general govern ment. under James K. Polk, the woithy chief migu träte of thia Union, under circumstances which have demanded tha txercise of consummate statesmanship, in the proaecution of the war with Mexico, and ia carrying into operation tha reiorma involved in tha eaubliahnaent of the conetitulional Treaaurj and the revenue tariff baa been characterised by a degree of prudence and eagecity, and a regard for the tha obligations imposed by tha constitution and laws. wnicn abundantly menu, and cannot fail to command the admiration of tha great majority of the American people. Resolved, thai wa approve the determination expressed by the Presi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 January 1848

3nöiana legislature. lErOXTED FC Tri! l.XDIA.NA STATE SIXTIXIL. SENATE. Tuesday Morning, Jan. 19, 1349. The Senate met od the journal of the preceding day was re id. On motion of Mr. English, a rail of the Senale was ordered, and quoium being piesent the further call of the Senate was dispensed with. Hearts from Standing Committees. The amendc! bill repored back to the Senate incorporating the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad Company, wit taken up, a ii. I Mi. Walpule offered an amendment (inking out lhat pan wDicn gave to the people of d.ifeient couotie a right j io ay w nemer me counties will ubs.cn be gtoclc 10 said road; after wrae remarks on the piopuety of the amendment made by Mr. Walpule, and replies from Mr. Ellis, the previous question wai moved by Mr. Ellis, which was oo the demand of the ayes and noes withdrawn. The discussion was theo further continued by Messrs. Walpole, Ellis, Daria and Osboru j the trne bavin; armed at which the further balloting for Canal Trustee was t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 January 1848

ffnfttatm State gtntincl. ETEB3AL VIGILANCE II THE MICE OT LIB LETT. 1MI A.MroHS, JAM AICY 27, !S4s7 Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: fjPaymcnta to be made always in advance. Une copy, one year, Three copies, one year, .r'ive copies, one year, Ten copies, one year, Twenty copies, one year, 5.00 8.00 15.00 20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, 4.00 Three copies, 8 10.00 One copy during the session, 1-00 (gj-See first page Semi-Weekly. To Correspondents. G. V. C, Chancery. Will pay attention to your suggestions, and endeavor to make all right, especially to the new subscriber. Thank you .'or your suggestions. . D., JJoblesville. Will write to you aoon. You can frank letters containing money fur papers; but on no other than your official buaineaa. J. M. C, Richmond, Va. Will attend to your request, and write you on the subject. J. N. Lt., Boston. Never mind the "ice." Don't put...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 January 1848

Last Action in the Army. We are indebted to the War Department for the following despatch, just received: Union. Headquarters. Department I'vm.x. AbQUARTERS, Puebla, Dec. 1, 1S47. Sir : Having been credibly informed that the enemy were in force at Matamoras with some artillery. uu iuui a miifMry aepot wa there established, at which a large quantity of munitions of warand other pub! it property had been collected, and also that several American soldiers were confined there in close ; prison, I moved from Tuebla towards that place at 7 j o'clock on the evening of the !2d instant, with one I piece of artillery and twenty-five men, under the com-: maDj of Lieut. B. Field, of the 3d artillery, and one: i i i j -i . . . - nuiiurt-u ina miny-uve men, consisting vt JoI. Hays Texas mounted riflemen, and of the Louisiana dragoons, under Capt. Lewis. Although retaided by the rain, which fell incessantly from 1(1 o'clock until 5, we arrived at Matamoras at 7 o'clock on the morning of the 22d ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 January 1848

Taylor, va. Clay. The N. -Y. Courier and En. quirer is unequivocally in favor of Taylor as the whig candidate for President, and Webster for Vice President. It eays "The election of Taylor and Webster would not only insure us a wiae and successful administration of the govennent for the next four years, but it will contain a promise likewise for the hereafter four years; for nobody can doubt but that, in such au event, Daniel Webster, if living, would succeed Gen. Taylor." On the other hand, the Tribune, is still for Clay and against Taylor. It observes : "ilr. Clay has long been the acknowledged leader of the whig party ; was its last candidate for President, and barely, unfairly defeated; is more beloved, esteemed, and confided in by the whigs to-day than any other can be. He has been suggested in various quarters as the whig candidate next time, but has not signified his assent. He says he shall not be a candidate unless there shall be a call upon him which shall render it his du...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 February 1848

3nMcina cgtslaturc. i axrotTro TOX THE IXDIAXA STATE ibtwil SENATE. Tceut Morning, Jan. 25, 1813. Petitions Presented. By Mests. Orih.Day, Walpole. Randall, Holloway, Taber and Mai tin. Utf orts from Standing Committees. By Mr. Morrison, bill leUtive'to the Uxatioa of estates i in dower if -.1 first li i.e. By Mr. Uith, a resolution in favor of the existing law.confining roten io ibe tuwnhips in which they reiie in casting the i. ballots. Mr. Robinson moved to lay on the table which wit lost, yet 15, noe 33, tbe question on Ihe adoption of the icsolutioii was thru put and eariieJ, ayes 33, noes 15. Mr. Rand.ll reported fc.ck a bill amending the act incorpoiating he Lagrange phalanx. Mr. Walpole oiTeied an amendment which was calculated to defeat the bill after some discussion the bill and amendment was laid on the table. By Mr. Beard, against the prayer of certain petitioners relative to a road concurred in. By Mr. Robinson, a bill for the relief of Jesse and Elias Beard re id a fiu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 February 1848

e to extravagant Tor the soldier or other States, no terms were too harsh towards ludianians ; j nu, nnim, iw, wo rcgrei tu gnu jtiajur ueuerai Zachary Taylor among those that nave done us and our bra? volunteers injustice, and though ampla time baa bean given, and proof positive, jet has ht lulled to cor ract hi error: Therefore, Be it unanimously revolted by (As General Asssemhly of the State of Indiana : That Major General Zachary Taylor be, and ha is - hereby, called upon to correct and amend his official report of tbe battle of Buena Vista, aa the truth and justice to the brav volunteers from Indiana . require at his hand. Ketoleed, That his Excellency James Whitcomb, Governor of the Slate, be requested tu transmit a copy of the foregoing to General Zachary Taylor, as soon a convenient after ita passnge. A call of the House was ordered. And Mr. McDonald, of L., moved to lay on the table the J oint Resolution and the amendment. Mr. Prather called fur a division ol the question. ...

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