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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

[ From the Salem Register . J A fine young elephant , belonging to Pickering Dodge , Esq . came passenger in the ship Rome , which arrived in Boston last week . We are informed that he has enjoyed uninterrupted good health on the passage , always eating his allowance with a keen appetite , although he suffered severely from cold , notwithstanding all the precaution taken by Ctipt . Kenedy for his comfort . His daily rations were thirty pounds of hay , thirty pounds of sirnv . and twenty-five pounds of rice , moistened with twelve gallons of water . On several occasions during the passage , he displayed the sagacity and gratitude for attention , for which the species are so remarkable . Before he was put on board at Calcutta , a house was built for him , in the strongest manner , covered with thick teak planks , which were fastened to the frame by stout iron spikes , clenched on the inside . — The elephant was swung into the slip by means of a crane and straps around the body , as ...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

Arrangements were making in France to make Algiers a French colony , from which can be derived a profitable trade in coffee , grain , indigo , sugar , & $

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

[ From the Rail Road Journal . ) LIEKKIA . —The last number of the African Repository and Colonial Journal , contains with other interesting intelligence relating to Liberia , a well written diary , kept by Mr . J . Mechlin , upon a recent expedition to explore the country adjacent to Mesuradq , and learn its adaptation to agricultural purposes . After ascending the river Mesurado for some distance , the exploring party crossed the country to the sources of the Junk river , which is described as being not more than three yards wide and two feet deep at the deep at the point of embarkation , in a canoe , but gradually expanding , until , at ten miles from its sourcc , the stream is 150 yards wide , and deep enough to float a vessel of a hundred tons . At this point , the party embarked in a barge , and the scenery is thus described : — * As we descended the river , it gradually expanded , and at the distance of 25 miles from its source , we found it fully a mile wide ; it is very...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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YANKEE COURTSHIP . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

YANKEE COURTSHIP . [ By J „ hl . Node ] After my sleigh ride , and the slippery trick I was served by Patty Bean , nobody would suspect me of hankering after the women arfdin in a hurry . To hear me enrne and swear , and rail out ajwwnst the whole feminine wilder , you would have taken it for granted that I never should so much as look atone of them again to all eternity . Oh , but I was wicked —• larn their eyes , says 1— blame their skins —torment their hearts . Finally , I took an oath , anil swore that if ever I meddled , or had any dealings with them arrain , ( in the sparking line , I meant , ) I wished I might be bung and choaked . But swearing off from women , and th ^ n going intg a nntetitig house , chock full of g < H , all shining and glistening in their Sunday clothes and clean faces—is like swearing off from liquor , and going into a grog-shop—it s all smoke ! I held out and kept firm to my oath , for three whole Sundays—forenoons and afterno...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

SUXBAY SCHOOLS , V be supplied with Books for their LiC \ braries by calling at the Depository , opposite Messrs . Bell & t Tinsley s store . E . S . PHELPS , -Depositary . Springfield , Feb . 15 . 15

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

NOTICK . persons indebted to the under ? ¦ 4 LL for recording Deeds , are herebv that unless immediate payment b accounts will be left in the h » - a . i . EDlv . * r

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PRES 1 MPTIVE EVIDENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

PRES 1 MPTIVE EVIDENCE . A few years previously to the organization of the police cavalry and infanu-y , by the Count de Novum , ( an officer of great merit , and who is at this moment living in a corner of Brittany , neglected by those of whom he deserves a better recompense , ) the number of attrocities committed at all hours of the ^^ r , elicited an order of the government , prohibiting the carrying about any species of arms and empowering the civil patrols to stop and insider as murderers any who should be found to infringe this law . An unfortunate man of good family , returning home from playing a rubber of Casino , had , owing to tho loneliness of his road , provided himself with a rapier , which he took care to hide under fiis capote . He proceeded about half way . when he was attacked by one of these pests of the Lisbon streets , a large dog . He naturally drew his sword in self-defence and sheathed it in his enemy s entrails . At the unlucky moment , the patrol aj . peure...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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THE 3 P kP . 'OTL [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

THE 3 P kP . OTL The following communication was presented to us by a practical orchardIst : — { For the Sangamo Journal , j Tn prevent ienr , ns from dcstmyina fruit trrcs . —Tho worm , which is so destructive to fruit trees , when very small , penetrates the tree near the ground , after which it iii .-nss in size , and will ultimately , if not prevented , destroy the tree . This country appears tn be more infested with this worm , than those of more northern climates , where the peach tree onlv suffers from its ravages . To prevent the mischief , take a leaf of tobacco and commence winding two or three inches above the ground ( first having the dirt scraped off the top of the roots ) and wind it down , and spread it on the roots , and cover the roots again with earth . This being done in May—once in two years—will not only prevent the worm from getting into tho tree , but kill it should it make the attempt . I have practised as above directed with my troes . and they have ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

[ From the Illinois Advocate . ] ¦ On the cultivation of the Patmi Ckristi , or the Castor Oil Bean . The mode of cultivating the Castor Oil Bean in this vicinity , is to break up the land and lay it off in rows , sin feet apart each way . Drop four beans in a hill , as the cut worm is very fond of them . — The best time to plant , is from the first to the 10 th of May . Half a bushel of seed will suffice for ten acres of ground . They are cultivated in much the same manner as corn . In old land , where domestic weeds abound , the one horse harrow , with three hoes , is the best ntcn-il forth first tending . When the plant has attained the height of six inches , they should be thinned to one stalk in a hill . They begin to ripen about the middle of August , previous to which time the yard for spreading them on should be prepared . It should be made on ground of a gradual descent , open to the sun , and made very smooth and firm . The first and second parcels that ripen , must- st...

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INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT . Mlress of he OtmmUtee of St . Clair County to the People of Illinois ... concluded . The speed of travelling , - ( which was 6 1-2 miles per hour ) as performed lately by one horse , with the enormous weight of 250 barrels of flour , would appear incredible , wore it not that we have the most authentic information of the fact . This alone demonstrates clearly , that heavy burdens may be conveyed on rail-ways as well as on canals . But when we recollect that the average speed on the latter , does not exceed 6 or 7 miles per hour , it will become at once obvious that the former will , ere loner , supercede the latter . The highest speed attained on the New York canal in packets drawn by four horses , for the conveyance of persons only , is six miles an hour : the other boats for the conveyance of merchandize attaining only about 4 miles . The use of steam to propel boats on that canal , was found to be ruinous , by causing too great action of the water upon the ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

WARSAW , Dec . 14 . —The anniversary of the revolution was with us a day of terror : all the streets were filled with very- strong patrolling parties ; there were cannons at all the comers of the streets , ready to vomit forth death at the first signal . The citizens felt the greatest anxiety and observed the most melancholy silence . The most frequented places , all the public squares , swarmed with soldiers . Nobody was allowed to quit his house in the evening . These preparations led to a presumption that some great event was expected , although it must be known that there are no means of a re-action , as the citizens have no troops at their disposal . A few days ago , Colonel Wisocki , one of the leaders of our national revolution , was seen at Siedlik , lo-. de . ! with chains , and in one of the most miserable dungeons .

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jgoajsic ^ T vm-ffsi . ^ [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

jgoajsic ^ T vm-ffsi . ^ From London papers t . i the Sth January . On the night of Jnn . 3 d , the extensive cotton spinning factory of Messrs . Latlork and Lore . Manchester , was destroyed . Loss estimated at £ 10 , 000 . . Several incendiary fires had recently occurred in different parts of the country . The Reform BO ! . —Tiie Liverpool Albion of the Mi , thtft positively announces the determination of the Government to create a sufficient number of Peers to curry the Bill As to what is said about saving the Peers and the country from destruction by this bold measure , query : — The early triumph of the ea : is < . of of reform is now certain . The King , of his own free will as much as by the advice of his niinisters , has determined lo create a sufl . i itnt number of Peers to ensure the success of the reform bill . T ! , e step is hold , hut is strictly constitutional . It is the least ofiwo evils between which the Government had to choose . The anti-reform p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

TFrom the English Traveller . ] GLOUCESTF . l ! CHEESE —We gave some account a few days since of die mode of making four to the hundred weight . The liquid to coagulate the milk is prepared v . ith sweet briar leaves , the -. alted maw and salt , and added , about one third of a pint , to fifty gallons of milk . As soon as lhe milk is curdled , the whey is strained off , the curd broken small , put into a vat , and genly pressed for two hours ; again turned , rubbed on both sides with salt , pressed again for twelve or fourteen hours , and finally dried on a board , being turned every day . In large cheeses , the skins are pierced with iron skewers to allow the whey to escape during the pressure . Gloucestershire has hitherto been the principal scat of this manufacture , but North Wiltshire beg in ? to take the lead . Cheddcr cheese is of this kind , and esteemed the choicest sort , but the quantitv marie is very small . The Gruvere cheese of S . itzerland , is also of a similar k...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

[ From the Springfield ! Mass . . Republican . I CULTURE OF SILK —The raising of silk worms engaged lhe attention of the emperor of China , so long ago , as 2700 years before the Christian era , and an Empress first attended to themaiiuficture of silk . This occupation for a ) on _ time was confined to ladies of the must erv-. tcd sfandiu :- ; hut gradually became an employment for females generally . After the quantity of silk m . amif le-ure-d was sufficient to clolhe all classes—even the uniform of the common soldiers was once made of it—it was made an article of exportation , and -vas carried from the northern part of China , to evjrv part of Asia , and from thence lo Europe . — Tie ancient name of China , among the Romans , ri « -: jlied the country of silk . The Chinese consider lhe chrysalis of the silk worm daititv food . The Europeans were long desirous of V-hi . mine the silk worms from China , and the art of nuking Bilk : but the Chinese guarded this great source...

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CHOLERA . i lie letteritl [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

CHOLERA . i lie letteritl following , is , other documents relating to the Cholera ir . England , has been received by Mr . LIVINGSTON , Secretary of Slate , from the U . S . Consulate in Hull , England . Infirmary , Sunderland , A ov . U > , l ! = 31 . I have just received your letfer , and according to your request have set down to answer it . You ask , is the disease true Asiatic or only aggravated English Cholera ? To this I would reply . Such a disense as this wss never seen in Sunderland , it bears no resemblance to the English Cholera , and a most striking resemblance to the Asiatic . It differs from our common indigenous disense in the following points : In the season in which it has appeared , in its great fattililv , for scarcely more than one in five out of the aggravated cases recover— in the rapidity of its course , the patient gradually dying in from six to twelve hours after the attack ; but it differs from common cholera , most especially in its symptoms...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

To the peopl i f Si ngi mo County . FKU . OW C , i 1 / . I-NS : IIm . ng her me a candidate for the honorable office of one of your representatives in the next General Assembly of this state , in accordance with an established custom , and the principles of true republicanism , it becomes my duty to make known to you—the people whom I propose to represent—my sentiments with regard to local af Time and experience have verified to a demonstration , the public utility of internal improvements . That the poorest and most thinly populated countries would be greatly benefitted by the opening of good roads , and in the clearing of navigable streams within their limits , is what no person will deny . But yet it is folly to undertake works of this or any oilier kind , without first knowing that We are able to finish them—as half finished work generally proves to be labor lost . There cannot justly be any objection to having rail roads and canals , any more than to other good things , p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

obvious to be mistaken . Thfollows : -Dear , <• Your fiiei ,, ! , nfTeciionately . The g . -itls-mrm further stated , that the : ¦ invited to relace of assignation . — • ¦ s cequl sted the gentleman to . ¦ • mm ninflf , n hen officers were ih l „ : „ ate ! bring all the : inmates of the said house to the police office . Accordingly the house keeper and the female animation , she admitted that she kept a house of assignation ; that the note addressed lo — — was written there by one of her male vis- , • itors whom she did no ; know , but who was waggishly nicknamed the Governor of Kentucky ; that she saw it and knew its import ; j that it was carried to the residence of the j young lady by a female who lived with her . j She positely asserted that she did not know | the writer s name : neither did the female who carried the letter . The house keepi quired lo give bail in the sum of 1 , 000 , and * the other female in the sum of # 500 , to appear at the ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

H . YATES , s ...,,-. receiving a large tu ., 1 splendid asfsortment of SEASONABLE GOOItS ,. at bis old stand , first door north of the Union Hall—consisting of EUROPEAN AMI DOMESTK 1 DE . ^ GOODS ; IB A RBWAKE A * J I • TLEKY ; € * lass , Qnee » sA { : hiiian * are , Fur , wool , palm leaf and morocco fl . M : Fur and seal 6 kin CAPS ; Tin Ware ; Spun CottonCotton and WodlCards ; I . ni irons & Wire ; Castings ; Whiskey , Brandy , and a large lot of GROCE 1 SIE 8 , All of which will be sold on ih .: most reasonable terms , for cash or most kinds of X . U . Goo Is will be given for any quantity of good dried CINSKNC . j MavIG , 1838 . 28

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

JVoiic ; 7 WIHAT an of Tazewell < Monday of June , bra lic-isc I • ry to cross the Illinois river , at or near the otulet of Peoria river . Dated Tazewell Co . April 2 , 28 ABNER EADS .

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