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

.Hcdica! ."Mallei. The Choleka in London. The London correspondent of the National InttlLgeucer, under date of December 16, writes as follow: Ad alarming piece of 'news is, that the cholera is undoubtedly in London, and has broken out with extreme virulence in Golden Lane, and other densely populated parts of the city. The police keep watch and ward there to inderdict communication. Tne symptom of the disease are of a very alarminjj nature, exhibiting- itself in plague spots, and other tearful characteristic. This is truly a melancholy close to my communication. 1 hope the matter is made the worst of, but I have my fears. The extent and severity of the ravages of the influenza" in Great Eritaia are very extraordinary, and almost alarmin;. In one day ISO of the people in the London Post Office were unable tu do duty with the disease; and 1,200 of Die police were on the sicklist at once. No rank or condition in life hat escaped; and the operations of business have been seriously embar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 February 1848

JTo Correspondents. G. W. K., Vsitiif.giou, D. C weekly will te vot ti directed. All i w 1. 1. CoasECTioNd. In the proceedings uf the House of the 24th inst remarks are printed as made by Mr. Doyle, when it should be Mr. Dole, of Vermillion. Also, it is printed tLit Mr. Neal moved to amend the bill incorporating the Kosciusko and Miami Railroad. Mr. Dole made the motion, and not Mr. Neal. Messes. Chapman &, Spann : Permit mc, through the medium of your valuable paper, to tender to the proprietor of the Palmer House, the physicians, and othrr. (and especially to Dr. M. Marsh, who freely bestowed not only his skill, but his constant and undivided personal attendance,) the richest gift a forlorn and disconsolate widow has to gi?e : an acknowledgment of a feeling of gratitude, that beggars description, for the services kindly rendered my late husband, Andrew Kennedy, in his laßt illness. January, 1343. MARIAN KENNEDY. Latest News. The Cincinnati and Louisville papers receive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1848

3nMana legislature. ufOKTrO TOM. THE I DIA A IT ATX IK.Tri.XEL. SENATE. Tuesday Morning, Feb. 1, 1843. Pursuant lo previous notice Mr. EUii moved to amend the standing mles by adding a new committee on the aubject of inanuiacture, w men earned. Mr. Orth moved to amend the standing rules by providing lhat the members in hauding in petitions memorials fcc, hould be called iu alphabetical order, which carried. Petition were presented by Mesis. Green, Hardin, Holloway aud Otoro, which weie teferred tu appropriate committee. Reports from Standing Committees. Mr. Cbeaowith reported back a bill lo vacate a portion of a certain State road therein named, which was engrossed. Mr. Berry repotted back a bill lo regulate the width of roads and highways in the counties of Vaodeiburgh nd Posey, which oil it third readiog passed. 6 Mt. Rubinsou, a bill fur the relief of A. Bird, passed to a second leading. Mr. Knglish reported back a bill incoiporating the Knightatowa and Shelby rille railroad comp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1848

3nMflim State Bctumci. ETCS.1AL VICILARCE IS THE FKICC OT LIBtXTT. inrAPQMs, Fi:isnuAicY 10, lsls. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms ot the Weeky Indiana State Sentinel: 0vPaymcnt3 t be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.W) Three copies, one year, 5.00 ive copies, one year, 8.00 T-n copies, one year, 13.00 Twenty copies, one year. 20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, $1X0 Three copies, $10.00 One cony d'irin the session, 1.00 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTOltS. SEBATOBIAL. RORKRT DALE OWEN, of Poey CounJ. EBEXEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of khart.countjr. DISTKICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON, of h'airison county. 2. CYRUS L DUNHAM, of Washisgt a county. 3. WILLIAM M. MfCAIlTY. f Franklin county. 4. CHXKLKS H. TKST. f Wayne couiojr. 5. JaMKS MTC'IKY, ..f Johrnon c-unty. 6 OEOKGF. W CAIUt. -f L.w.enee cunty. 7. HENRY SKCRE.ST, f Putnam c-unty. S. I)N1EL MACK, .f Tippccan.e oui.iy. 9. GÜAIIAM N. VIPCH. of V s county. 10. ANDRE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1848

CoTTttpondtnc of the Indiana Stat Sentinel. I Washington, Jan. 20. 1S13. As but few men in the United States wiah to eee this war with Mexico eventuate in the subjugation of the whole territory, and its consequent annexation to ours; so, perhaps, but few may think it will so eventuate : such men had better aak themselves when, and how, are we to obtain "ludeinnitj" and "security" vithoul ukinj it all ! Indemnity for the past certainly must include the dfebta that Mexico, as a government, owed to citizens of the United States before the war began, and, also, tho expenses of the war: for, if tlii war be just on our part, it ia simply so because it was brougnt on by the public acts of Slexico; and, if the latter be admitted, then she, being the party that forced us into a law suit with her, and being cast, must of course pay the costs, on both fides: and, furthermore, if this be sound logic, the longer she continues the war, the greater will be the fee bill." i have read and heard all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1848

INDIANAPOLIS, FrmiUAISY 3, 184S. Here Again! Will, well I As a few words may be necessary to introduce myself to the "old and established" readers of the State Sentinel, I must beg their indulgence for a few days, and urge their attention to a few small pox articles first. It cannot be supposed that a man can go into a blacksmith's shop, and "shoe his horse," as well as one who "makes it his business." It cannot be expected that a printer could take a cradle nd lay out straight the broad and rich swaths of wheat in a manner to avoid being laughed at, as we were, during the late canvass! (Not a word about the heavy grass when our strength told!) Neither is it an easy matter to assume the tripod, with even a clear head, kind health, a keen appetite, and every thing right, without a proper and laborious retrospect of the past. If we have taken the advantage cf circumstances for a week or two, it is, in one manner, our own business. If our patrons, (and they are thousands) will not excu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1848

3ntuana Cegislaturc. irrOÄTID TOl THE I.XDJA.XA STATC IEXTI.XIL. SENATE. Saturday, February 5, 1849. AFTERNOON SESSION. Oa leave granted, Mi. Robinson reported bick the bill incorpnating the Cincinnati tod St. Louis railroad company ; which was laid on the table. Several bills weie taken up on third leading and teferred or engrossed. Tbe following resolutions previously offered by Mr. Roseau, weie taken up: 1. Resolved by the Senate aid the Home of Represent aittet of the State of Indiana, That tbe thanks of the Legislatur be presented to General Zachary Taylor, aod the officers and soMiers under his command in the war of Mexico, far their distinguished gallantry and good Conducton the fields of Palo alto, Resaca de La Palma, Monterey, and the still more memorable battle of Boena Vista, fouzht as it was od our side chiefly by a volunteer force. And that while we deplore the loss of so many valuable lives, we are not insensible to the renown which these brilliant events hare ad Jed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1848

cl made it tbe imperativ duty of tin people tu decliit an inin Hf th subject vry tvrre yert thi wt riM. It w a-'t then :evul.iti jnaiy to einige l In- culilijti:i. Th' Lilt was i.T.p'y a ineaviu- tUri tiUt back la the peiv.e the qn.tli.in if a duuge it wai cot proposed to change the constitution by ibi bill. If the people voted for chance, representative would come forwaid with billi relativ to the matter if they were out, nothing would be done. He favored this bill. He wanted a change in the confutation. H wanted it o changed that every election would be by the people alio Ibat the legislature would it but once in two yeaia that a leduction of Representation be mad?, and manj other changei too numeioui to mention at Ihii time. Mr. Kinney rrmiiked, that nothing had been stated, abowin; the authority to this legislature to paa this proposed bill where was the power for this action t Can the legislature throw it back to the people f The power belonged to the people but the legislature...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1848

Asceticism. If there is a set of rebels against their Maker in universe, it ia the ascetics who affect to despise the good things of this life. The crowds who seek after pleasure without stmt or forethought till they plunge among the swine, are less to be blamed. The? at least confess that God has mado all things rery pood. But the poor ascetic quarrels with his Maker from the outset and at every step. He sets up for all possible independence. He goes to work regularly abusing the good things of God without and the tendencies of his soul wiibin. Asceticism did not perish in the monasteries. It is not confined to Roman Catholic or Hindoo countries. It creeps like the black funeral moss of the cypress swamps over all our Christianity. It whispers to the young and ardent devotee to deepise wealth, to eschew pleasure, to trample the world underfoot. It prates about the blessing of poverty, and in fact as good as promises that the Lord will feed the lazy if they will but devote themselve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1848

INDIANAPOLIS, rniKUAUY 12, 1848. D. P. I! , 11.. nttvillr. Cot-iialy w ill. Semi Vm along. J A , Tr iwrlo i. 141 rmnly wilb jroiir IfqnrH lhi limo ; hut k etiM lu im lb t it would Im emier ( bMt hi get acamwiudalej by a aig!.bor,aa it would not coal litem naif the utmhle k wiU snake as. J. U. D., Coaport. Will endeavor to comply lih your request. It would baft been done ill along, bad ihe dry proceeding of tha lejiaklar sat occupied w much suae to J liul purpose. Bicknoaa baa aim interfered Mb our aftanj-emenU. -An Old PtUj jr.faB. Tour communication ii Important to tbe Bwmbere of tha LiiUMra, at lea it, an J w regret that h arrived too lata fur this, Sauirday'a, paper. It ahall bar a ptaca la our next. D., Washington Cky. Please '-hol J your horses." WIU wilu you to-day or to-morrow. H. A. II. Beloil., W. T. Your letter should bare been directed to George II. C. He U now In the Gulf of Mexico, 00 board the frigate Cumberland, where you caa address bhn, fttagi paid, to injure safe c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1848

IAPiASAPOLIS, FEDHUAKY 19, 1848. The Indiana Journal. Since our article was written, in reference to the presentation of the flaps of the Indiana. Regiment to the State, which took place on Saturday last, we hare opened the Indiana Journal of yesterday, expecting to eee some account of the ceremonies, inasmuch as three jrominent tchigs took a conspicuous part ; but we looked in vain, either in the editorial or reported proceedings of that paper, for even a passing notice of an event, which created such a thrilling interest on the part of the crowd of ladies and gentlemen that were present. Last spring and summer, previous to Corwin's speech in the Senate of the United States, that print, it will be recollected, in order to operate on the State elections, week afier week was out in the praise of General Taylor and our brave volunteers but, since that period, a blighting mildew has fallen upon its pretended patriotism. As soon as that tory speech made its appearance it was immediately...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1848

7 'SnMaua State Bcntmcl. ETEBKAL VIOILAHCE U THE rBICE OT LUE TT. IVUI A VAFOEIN, FEI1IZUAIIY 21, ISIS. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terra of the Weekly Indiana Stale Sentinel: (rPayments 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 eopl-i, one year, . 15.00 Twenty copici, one year, iIO.00 Semi-Weekly-. ( Published three times a. week during the session.) One copy,. . . . . . .U)0 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1.00 rnrciDEXTiAL electoiis. SE5AT0BIAL. ROBERT DALE OWEN, of Posey County. EBENEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart coaoty. DISTKICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON. of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Wnhinrt..n county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCAltTY. of Franklin county. 4. CHARLES H. TKST, f Wayne county. 5. JAMES HITCH EY, of Johnson county. 6. GEOKGE W. CA RR, i.f Lawience cunty. 1. HENRY SECREST. of Putnam cunty. 8. DANIEL MACK. f Tippecanoe oiumy. 9. GRAHAM N. FITCH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1848

TUE IVA It WITH 5ICX1CO. SPEECH OF Hon. John A. Mix, of IVcw York, IN THE SENATE OF THE VNITED STATES, JAN. 'J6, 1343, On the Bill reported from Ike Committee on Military Affairs to raise, for a limited time, an additional Military Force. Concluded. I pass over the doctrines Dut forth in the sneech of Lord Ueurge Bentick, and sanctioned by Lord Talrl fipurtrp TWt A i v.. t L.A P.i merston, thoojrh I believe it not perfectly clear that they can be maintained to the full extent, by in appeal to any well established principles of international law You know, sir, that we have sometimes found British statesmen, even those holding places nearest to the throne, at fault, both in respect to matter of principle and matters of fact, though it is certainly but justice to concede to them the possession of more enlarged views of policy, combined with greater practical talent and tact, than is often to be found in the councils of European sovereigns. I pass over also an offensive allusion to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1848

THE Tf AR TTITH MEXICO. SPEECH OF Hon. John A. Dir. of New York, IN THE SENATE OT THE UNITED STATES, JAN. 26, 1343, On the Bill reported from the Committee on Military Affairs to raise, for a limited time, an additional Military Force. Mr. D1X said : Mr. President, it was my wish to address tde Senate on the resolutions offered by the Senator fnra South Carolina, (Mr. Calhoun,) and not on this bill. 1 should h&vu preferred to do so, be cause I am always unwilling to delay action on any measure relating to tha war, and because the resolutions afford a wider field for inquiry and discussion. But as the debate has become general, and extended to almost every topic that can well be introduced under either, the force of the considerations by which I have been influenced, has become so weakened, that I have not thought it necessary to defer longer what I wish to say. Two leading questions divide and agitate the public mind in reject to the future conduct of the war with Mexico...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 March 1848

To Correspondents. I W Marioa. Hart written "ta at letter," for jrwi. Preparing for the Presidential Election. Got. Young, of New York, is preparing for the next eWtion in that State with a right hearty good will. It is well known that he was elected over the late lamented Silas Weight, by hit pledges to pardon the anti-rent murderers, and those of that class convicted of lesser crimes ; and that he faithfully fulfilled his pledges the moment he was warm in his seat. We have now a list, furnished by the Police Gazette, and republished by the Journal of Commerce, of one hundred and twenty-eight new pardons granted by him. The names of the convicts, their crimes, and their sentences, are all given. The vilest murderers, of every degree, and those guilty of almost every crime in the catalogue, are thus let loose upon community to renew their depredations. We can see no reason under heaven that could induce Gov. Young thus to act, than as he secured the votes of rascals for his party, h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 March 1848

' 3fooima State Bcntmcl. XTCK5AL VIOILAKCt If THE FKICB OF LUCKTT. INDIANAPOLIS, JtlAlKCIIS. 1S48. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent term of the WaJily Indiana State Sentinel: CPajmenta to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 ?ive 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, Three copies, 10.00 One copy during the ijssion 1-00 PRESIDENTIAL. ELECTOHS. SENATORIAL. ROBERT DALE OWEN, of Posey County. EBENEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. DISTEICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON. of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin county. 4. CHARLES H. TEST, of Wayne county. 6. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson county. 6. GEORGE V. CA RR, of Lawrence county. 7. HENRY SECREST, of Putnam county. 8. DANIEL MACE, of Tippecanoe county. 9. GRAHAM N. FITCH, of Can county. XX ANDREW J....

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

LIST OP ACTS, PASSED AT THE LAST BEBSlON OF TBS LEGISLATCHI. a . , . Il0U." Bält "uÜöht Ruolutions. to tr"w money'" tbe Co-. T""' Auditor, in .a 01 KrveDM 10 Lk 7 for 1847, DeKalb and c0uTnj.baCge tim f h0liJin8 the Probil 'O"1' i0 Clirk coLt"th0ri" lh",ofc"i öl land, in Franklin TolrZ.T' !0WD hU' ia Midison count. To incorporate tbe town of Rising; Son. count! ' Um f boldi6 P,ob,, eourt in DTie, o?ji 4?. &rc.,he "le f Cer,,ia ,ch001 llDdj " De"b0 t.,t ?K,e ,he Prri" of Scott county, to make re- "! the count j Board, kc. lan.. inM -the tune for fiDtI VWt for certain ichool lands in Mjami county, ate. -ixi.ua an act compelling tpecnlatora to pay a road tax, To repeal an act in relation to hortet and jackasses. mwpiint in "an act to amend the practice in the Prob.ie court," .pprored January 28, 1&47. ,A ut,l0',ze the Marborn Probat court to make certtin orders and decrees therein named. For the relief vt the aurplua Revenue Fund, belonging; to Decatur count. e ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 March 1848

From the Norfolk Argv$. Another Whig Wittie on the Slaul. It is with feelings of pride in times of high part excitement, when all the ambitious and evil paauons of man arc at work, when the general rood is forgot ten iu the bitler element of strife, and the honor of the country sacrificed at the shrine of faction at a period of such didcordsi and contentions, it is peculiar 1 refreshing to the eye of the patriot, to be enabled to rest occasionally on some green spot, to behold men nigh in fame and in the confidence of the people, bursting the shackles of party and manfully sustaining the good cause of the nation. Tnesc remarks are elicited by reading an eloquent defence of the justice and constitutionality of the war, by David Paul Brown, Esq., at a great meeting recently held in Philadelphia, for the purpose of nominating General Taylor for the Presidency. Mr. Brown is a whig of the first water, and was oooosed to the election of Mr. Polk but he loves truth and justice, and nobly v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 March 1848

UIPOKTAXT III Oil MEXICO. Tlie following detailed accounts of the expedition to Tehuacan, and of the narrow escape of Gen. Santa Anna, which have hitherto been shadowed forth in a Bomewliat condensed form, will be found of the greatest interest at the present time. No events that have transpired since the accounts reached us of the noble exploits achieved in the basin of Mexico have, we think, been recorded with bo graphic a force and vigorous a pen. Union. From the New Orleans Picayune, Feb. 15. Mexico. EzpeJiltm against Tehuacan. Xarrow escape of Santa Ann. Occupation of Orizaba ly American troops. Establishment of an American govern' ment in Orizaba. Description of the country. By the steamship New Orleans, which arrived on Saturday last, we received from .Mexico a voluminous correspondence and full files of papers. Havinj already communicated the great event reported by this arrival the negotiation of the term9 of an agreement by which an end is to be put to the war we now proce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 March 1848

3nuiana Stale Sentinel. ETCK5AL VIOILAMCE IS THE KICK OF LIBEJITT. I.MHAXAI'OLIS, H 4.1 til I 9. Our Terms. . The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: CjrPaymenta 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, gJ.UO Three copies, $1'U)0 One copy during the session, 1.00 rilESlUEXTIAI ELECTORS. SEPATOBIAL. ROBERT DALE OWEV. of Poey County. EBENEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. D15THCT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON. of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washingo county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin cuuoty. 4. CHARLES H. TEST, of Wayne county. 5. JAMES RITCHEY, of John.oii county. 6. GEORGE W. CARR, of Lawrence county. 7. HENRY SECREST. of Putnam county. 8. DAXlEf. MACK, of Tipiecne count jr. 9. GRAHAM N. FITCH, of Cass county. 1...

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