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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 May 1848

Louis TuiLLirrE's Wealth. The avaricious disposition of the ex-king of the French ha been shown by his sending an emissary to the Provincial Government, to solicit money from them, and at the same time procuring the publication in the English papers, of piteous tales of his pecuniary distress, when he has, in English stocks alone, ample means of support. 600,000 pounds invested in three per cent, consols, and 400,000 pounds in the three end a quarter consols, (according to the registers,) must yield him the snug income of 40,000 pounds per annum nearly $200,000. jror does it seem unjust for the Provisional Government to confiscate his property in France, which has, in a great measure, been abstracted from the general circulation- For instance, in the royal forests, which form a large portion of the crown revenue, he introduced a new system of thinning, which increased his income some millions of francs, though it was shown by De Tocqueville last winter, in the Chamber of Deputies, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 May 1848

Eriiomrv aixaius. ' Italy. The Milan have sent a very remarkable address to Popi r ! 1 IX- The following are the principal passages : " I'hf eause f ltU n independence, blessed by your I. ; .. ri. has al- tiiumohed in our ci'j. Wc have sealed it - i' h i'Oi blood, and we rejoice in it, in the hop thai blood wÜIteiome the wa.tr uf irgfQetatiou for us, and for the k!e of I.aly "It is iu your name, most Holy Father, that w ere prepared to fiiht i we bare inscribed ur name on our stjdards and on our ban'ica les. De pi i red of every thin, without dj urn but 'he holiness of our tight, we have in your can,? f iced our fimtdble enemies; in your name, young and old, women and children, have joyfully fought and joyfully died j and Du w if is in your oamc that we open the jay ,' of our heaits before God, who has Riven us the victrry." The addiess then goes on to express the idea which animates the whole of the inhabitants of Lombard, that the war shall noi terminate until the last Austrian mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 May 1848

L To Correspondents. J. r.,Vj''l'ie&rk. The Coon Pklnncr hai not yet bMn com rjtil Wtl. 0. K. To II) ee tielitite gentlemaa along shortly. J. M., Hairison, Inj. Dnr Sir i W cannot comply with your rtqaetl.it being contrary to oar established rale. 50th Anniversary! We are requested by James Gkiswold, Esq., one of our "old settlers," to invite all candidates, would-be-Candidates, Old Hunkers, Hunters, Stump Speakers, Democrats, Whigs, Mala and Female, to give him a call on the 1st day of Jane, 1349, it being the anniversary ofhis birth, at his residence on the National Road, west of Indianapolis, where ha awaits to give them a Hoosier welcome, b'hoys and all. Transfer. -George H. Chapman, Midshipman U. S. N., eon of one of the editors of this paper, has been transferred from the frigate Cumberland to the schooner Flirt. We mention this, that those who wish to eend to him may be ensbled to do so correctly. A most destructive fire -the" largest ever occuring ia New Albany, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 May 1848

3nMaua State Sentinel. BTKBÜAL VlQlLAWCt I THE PUCt OF tIBCKTT. I.UlAAl'OHS, MAY 35, 1S48. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: Oy Payments to be made always in advanceOne 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 Seinl-Weekly. U Ul VVl W J 9 VV Wt MM! " w . w One copy,..-... 1.00 Three copies, $10.00 One copy during the session, 1-00 PRESIDENTIAL. ELECTOI5S. SEIf ATOSIAL. ROBERT DALE OWEN, of Potey County. ECEXEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. DUTBICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTON. of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin county. .4. CHARLES II. TEST, of Wayne county. 6. JAMES R ITC II EY, of Johnson county. 8. GEORGE W. CARR, of Lawrence county. 7. HENRY SECREST, of Putnam county. S. DANIEL MACE, of Tippecanoe county. 9. GRAHAM N. FITCH, of Cut county. 10. ANDREW J. HA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 May 1848

BY TELEGRAPH! Communicated to the Indiana Slate Sentinel. BALTIMORE DEMOCRATIC CONTENTION. Baltimore, May 22d. The convention met at noon in the Unircrsalist Church. The room was crowded. Jud?a BRIXE, of Louisiana, was called to the chair; Samuel Tkeat, of Missouri, was chosen Sec retary. , Trayer was offered by the Rer. Theophilttb Fisk. air. Wheeler, of .North Carolina, then offered a resolution, to appoint a committee for the purpose of investigating the validity of credentials. T.Ir. Cole, of Georgia, offered to substitute one from each State, except New York, to decide who of their delegation should be on the committee. Mr. Haxxegan moved to lay the resolution on the table. He however withdrew it, and proposed as an amendment, that each delegate should pledge suppor to the nominees of the Convention. Mr. Cole objected to the practice of cheering. He thought it should bo first settled wLo were to vote on preliminary questions. Mr. Hannegak withdrew his substitute. The Telegraph....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 May 1848

r rtmuicx sews V TM 8TT.1M-SHIP CiMBRLA. Seven days Later from Europe. French Election passed off quietly Ixmar line and Moderate Member t Ahead SucUtf Declared tree, and Dourb'm Dynasty Forever Fallen Deplorable Axiwnls from. Baden Desperate Battle in Schleswig -The Danes again Victorious Btll between Ildlians and Auslrians Continued Agitation in Ireland Commercial Affair i Improving Slight Jldtance in Breadstuff's Manufactures Improving Provision Market, i3fC, 4c. " ' ' - New Yore, May 16th. The Iloyal Mail teamer Cambria baa arrived from Liverpool, bringing" intelligence from Europe three days laier than the Britannia, bavin; sailed on. the 29;li ultimo. The news ia important. The election in France passed off quietly. The returns as far as received pave Lamartine and the modcrate candidates a majority. The country was generally tranquil, but plots were still forming against the Provisional Government. Slavery had been entirely abolished ia all the French Colonies. In Lombard the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 June 1848

To Correspondents. A. P., BuBton, Ind. Can't send without the money ia adrance. The rule U ifflfwatire. Fire Again. The fine tavern building occupied by E. Crowning, of this city, was discovered to be on fire on Thursday twice, which wai extinguished without serious damage; but on yesterday, at noon, another attempt was made to set fire to it with more serious consequences. The fire was applied in the garret, and the flames had made considerable progress before the alarm was given. It was soon put entirely out, though not until much of the furniture in the main building was damaged. We believe a negro servant is suspected of the (.famous deed. Mr. Erowning is partially insured. The engine companies and citizns generally deserve much credit for their prompt discharge of duty. Yucatan. The New York Globe estimates the white population of Yucatan at 500,000 Indians and 50,000 whites, though the latter number is undoubtedly too low. The principal cities in the North and West, are Meridi...

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

tMiil AAPOAr lerms. . 'rrtl hereafter be the permanent terms Indiana State, Sentinel: - - -- . 1j'ments Jo be made always in advance. JJ; copy, one year, 2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.00 rive copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty copies, one vear, 20.00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy,... gl.W) Three copies, $10.00 . One copy during the session, 1-00 VV FOR. PRESIDENT, . GEN. LEWIS CASS, Of Michigan. y FOR VICE PRESIDENT; GEN. WM. 0. BUTLER, Of Kentucky. FKESIDEXTIAL ELECTORS. ' " SENATORIAL. RODERT DALE OWEN, of Fosey County. EBEXEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. CISTBICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON, of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTY, of Franklin couoty. 4. CHARLES 11. TEST, f Wayne county. 5. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson county. 6. GEORGE W. CARR, of Lawrence county. 7. HENRY S ECKEST, of Putnam county. 8. DANIEL MACE, of Tippecanoe county. 9. GRAHAM N. FITCH, of Cs count...

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

1L15I.1C JLAYVS OP TIIK S'1'ATliS. UNITED AUTHORITY Acts and Resolutions jmsstd at the First Session of t,x of o eeedin thr.e-foorths of o.e per trnlura pr id- ., rp.- f f ' ,,um nPn tne 5e'd value of all stocks which may be me inirtlt Congress. j owned and possessed by any person whatever in any bank- " ; mg, insurance, or other incorporated or unincorpoiaied comav tf-w -i tPv,LIc No. 29.1 pany in tbe city of Washington; and tu cu-npel all such ACT to pron.le for the ventilation oT passenger vessels, aud t,.lDkinr, imnrance, or other incorporated or nnincorpoiatej : Veit enacted by thtS?aZ anTmuse of Represent at ire, company, to fu.nUh when so requt.ed to da. within ten day. of the United Stales of America in Congress assembled. That 'h''"f,er nJ PH- f T? ' th II vessels, whether of the United Stales or any other coun- hod'" ' ,ucn P"J. "d the amount of stock ..wned bytry, having sufficient capacity, according to law. for fif,y cb. linger 1 rnalty not exceed.nfity dollar, for each...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 June 1848

Au Italian Empire. . : Pfi-vid r.-p has cvidcntK'takt rr Ii,! rn-inttjyc-rnent f I.ufV'-.tan RiiUirs- into iu um a iuimeiliato handi. j Wi.at b-jct" it i2 character of prince 1 what he Jo t.in f starcmca! The wiäjjin of cabinets has, b.-:r: v.-frrt a..ajr like a cobweb; and princes, left to ' t'ir m :i f(aked intellect and iiidividrtnl resources. J like comm jn murtnN, destitute, shivering in des-. r-irr, ar.J furki'ia antl powerless as tnndmen, anoti cl,-r.;r J Ihcir fury for madnc and tliesitnulatk exry lor madncsH and dissimulation.A; -. -jeüicr tey cut a mournful figure. Tha Kin.; of P.r; ;a, grainr at iIkj German throne ot itic very; mrr. at lint he can scarcely keep the Lerlin one, and , CharVd Albert, enatchin j LombsnJy whilst throwing! away Turin, reminds us of a. simile well known inj the column of this journal, which described the monkeys in Exeter 'Change, euch regardless, of the food before Lina, but each eagerly thrusting forth his hands to fiicTi from his nei-rbbor's ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 June 1848

t ft - . . jrch, on the Baltimore. ee sji Arranyiiiciiis jithe accommodation md' ii, together tv ;tn ample lacmuet n Reporters, representing the prent from ie union. , a taut rm tr i n 9 Kaah anaaBi ai v a f rr 1 1 f öi ed at the church, in their united capacity i respeci&Die ana ai oiffnanea a oooy as er setin ci'nvenru on similar, or any omer The familiar faces of honorable rentlehave made their names and fame as familjsenoid worus tarougnoui the country, were red at every erlance of the eve practised in ical world; whilst others composing me as;nainiameu, in du appearance, mat uiguiucu n j rj er, wuicn,io me ooerver, pervauea me wnuiw. Convention was called to order precisely t IX o'clock, motion, tht Hon. J. S. Crjct, uf Louisiana, took (be i preside over the Convention until a permanent orlion should be effected. ;e Bryce, on taking lb Chair, returned than-, in a ppropnate remarks, concluding with the expiession oi eareo I nrsi law. - amotion, Mr. Samuel-Treat, a de...

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

ii i.'Hi'e i f u he hur' . cm in t;;i od ..a of AUtimt would --'.le, took a somewhat similar Sj Mr. Yancey. He desiied that a heuld lay down its platform of a'uibimify with the viewt expressed fcjr .u!J pledge br vote fur tl fiomioe if the on Mr. Ski of Tennessee, b : uon fern the President -r.Cuwas read, declining a ra-nomioi u.nJencv, in conformity with bis previou . ii una. . "Cn.egates ..j oe the delegale -r 0 -jI tlilliculty esUle tjn de- . -e two et .therefore, resolved, e süifititcij !o sea'-s m ibis flxif. and lo partici- ; -. te t;i the proceedings of thi Convention.' Thie resoluji m WA dclarrd r, i tj te in erder ; pu& the Convention ( r- i e I- l i. thn ronfideraiioa of .the pecal order, being I-;- of li.e cn'est!ng delegates" fron New York. f:. bi'-kiii.x) aJ Irvssed the Qonventiolh. He comrt;t iic. C wnb an aliusion to tha importance to.succ.es of org -n7 iiio-. in the 'Democratic party. It 'Was-this hieb lud 1 r uM lefore the country, from time-to time, its...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 June 1848

V V ' I I 41 v T f 1 I ; The National Democratic Convention, composed of IXIeates from etrery State, of the Union, assembled, in pursuance of the general notice given throughout the country, at &oclock on , the M May, in the Uuiversalist Church, on the corner of Calvert aud Utaaxnt streets, IVtimore. The Committee of Arranrments had made every preparation for the accommodation and business of the Convention, together with amp facilities for the larju body if Reporters, representing the preaa from all parts of the Union. The delegates having been snccespjvely admitted, na they arrived at the church, in their united capacity presented as respectable and as dipnafied a body as we have ever eeun convened on similar, or any ether occasion.- The familiar faces of honorable gentlemen, whose talents, elevated position, and popular character, have made their names and fame as familiar as household words throughout the country, were encountered at every glance of the eye practised...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 June 1848

IC -VivH de moved th.il members of Congress, preterit r, and alternates, be admitted to seats on this MS OF THIi'IJEMOCUAT- Fio.viL covcvriox. Third I:iy. Wins fid at, May 24, 1818. j . The journal I Tuesday wis ret J. , X'r. llannegeti staled to th Convection, that by some oversight the JUrr.o of G.ILert Hathaway, the del gate from Lap rte district, Indiana, haJ been omitted, in the ' lit of rrt'mi-f r, although he had been present and had panic ipatedin the proceedings since the opening of the session. Alr.J in the floor. Mr. Kettlrwell propoerd to include also the delegates of the Maryland t'ste Convention ; and Mr. Meade o modified his rtsolution, that they be admitted to occupy the galleries. Mr. Keulewell rfiVred a substitute for the resolution providing for an examination of the galleiies by the city commissioners. Mr. Flournev. of Georgia, said that the democracy of Baltimore and from other parts of the country present, ( 0f n would never be satisfied, until they were sure m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 June 1848

. i aim State öcnttwcl: BT El 3 A L VIGILASCK II THE rilCI OP LIBCKTT. IM)IAArOLIS, Jüi: 8, 1S4S. Our Terms. The fllovrinjf will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: OjpTajmcnts 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.C0 Three copies, $10.00 One ropv during the Region, 1-00 FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. LEWIS CASS, OF MICHIGAN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. WM. O. BUTLER, OF KENTUCKY. FRESIUEXTIAIe ELECTORS. SE5AT0BIAL. ROBERT DALE OWEN, of Posey County. EUENEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. CISTKICT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERTSON, of Harrison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCAHTYr of Franklin county. 4. CHARLES If. TEST, of Wayne county. 5. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson connty. 6. GEORGE W. CARR, of Lawrence county. 7. HENRY SECRE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 June 1848

' v. t J V ' having proceeded to exana'u.e the credentials of the Syra cuse and Albany delegates, to will Siat Delegates. Daniel S. Dickioaon. Henry A. Foster alternates, Lmenzo B. Shepud, Aaron Ward. District Delegates. Htnrj Laudon.C. S. Bogaidus.Emsn ol B. II at t, Edmund S. Diigs, Darid C. Bi ode rick, Johl MiKeoii, Benjamin Biandrelb, John J I. Otis, Allrn M. Sherman, James B. Howe, Lyman Tremsin, Job Pieisun, CJwio Croswell, Orville Link, Stephio Gtifin, Thomas J.Marvin, Nathaniel S. Beolon, Philander Robbin, Je; C. Dan, John Siryker, Joseph Peck, Elistia B. Smith, Abraham P.Grant, James Lynch, Michael S. Myeis, Darius A. Ofden, Caleb Fairehild, Joseph Sibley, George R, Parbnrt, Jeise Angsll, C (). Daugbadsy, Henry K. Smith, Joel S. Smith, Reuben II. Roaghton. Resolved, That the said delegation from the State of New Yoik, designated by the name of the Syracuse and Albany delegation, are entitled to seats in this Convention. Mr. Cambreleng saiJ that the Ulica delegate! did not ...

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

IM)IAAl'OUS, JULY 8, 1S4S. Has Taylor SiirreiidertHl? A telegraphic despatch vi received in this city on Thursday morning, to the following; effect : 'Cincinnati, July 5, 9 p. m. General Tnylor his authorized a publication in the New Orleans pnpers, approving entirely and unequivocally of tlio action of the Louisiana delegation in the Philadelphia convention." ' If thin be true, it only prove that Gen. Taylor has Hurrendered" to the behests of the committee from New Orleans who waited on him to request him. to retract the letter which he sent to that city, immediately on the reception of the news of his nomination as the whig candidate, and in which he positively disclaimed the action of the Louisiana delegation in his behalf. The person to whom this letter was sent for publication, was induced to withhold it from the public eye, until the committee should see the General, but nevertheless its contents became sufficiently known to make it the subject of comment ty the New Orleans pa...

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

3auiaua State Sentinel. tltHKAL VIGILANCE IS THE PICE OF HrTT. INDIANAPOLIS, JUf.r 13. IS 18. Our Term. The following will hereafter be ihe permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State S'nlinet: fC7-Payments to be made always in advance. One ropy, one year, ,.uv Three cop es, one year, 5.00 ?ive copies, one year,-, 8-00 Ten copies, one year, 15.(0 Twenty copies, one year, 20.00 Semi -Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One cpy, .4.00 Three copies, 10.(0 One ropy during the tfion. 1.00 FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. LEWIS CASS, of mic i nr. as. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. WM. 0. BUTLER, OF KENTUCKY. PRCIlfC.TIAL. ELtCTOISS. PEKATOItAL. ROBERT DAUE OWEN, of Posey County. EBENEZER M. CHAMBERLAIN, of Elkhart county. DlSTaiCT. 1. NATHANIEL ALBERIXJN, of Hairison county. 2. CYRUS L. DUNHAM, of Washington county. 3. WILLIAM M. McCARTV, of Franklin cuuoty. 4. CHARLES H. TEST, of Wayne county. 5. JAMES RITCHEY, of Johnson count j. 6 GEORGE W. CA RR, or Lawrence ouuty. 7. JAMES M. H A...

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

Seventh Cmresiomil District. 4 COThe following letters to the State Central Committee, announce tl.u resignation of Messrs. Sccrest and Nees, as Electors, and state the reasons therefor. According to the recommendation of the mass meeting, the proceedings of which appear in another column, the State Central Committee have agreed to fill the vacancies thus created, with the names of James M. IIanna, of Clay county, for Elector, and James M.. Gregg, of Hendricks county, as Contingent Elector. Democratic newspapers are requested to note this change in the Electoral ticket. Greejcavtlk, June 16, 1S43. To tha Democratic Stmt Central Committee : Gestlemes : You will perceive, by reference to the proceedings ol the Ratification Mai Meeting, held at Williamitown on the Ulli mat., accompanying thia, lliat 1 have der I med accepting the nomination of the State Convention for elector for this (the 7th) district. 1 have been impelled to thia couraa by my private engagement, which require my und...

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

i. .lilic :lion Hit I in;: of the Democracy) o J.tCKuii loiitily, Iiidi:ni:i. The democracy of OH Jackson met at the Court Iloosa in Dr..wtntowr., on the 11 inst., to si'nifv llirif anpf-ba-tion of the nomineci of lite Ualtiniore Convention. Uoo. James llxmillun was en I led to the chair, and, in a very Eminent ape ech, aurtetl llio t rject ol tl meeting; and laze Robisnn, Lq.t wai appointed ecjetarr. J. J3. Durham, J. L. Ford, M. W. Shield, Adrn Miller, and D. II. Long, Eirjs., were appointed a conimittea I draft reaolutioris expressive or the sense 'i iuo minting,, a u . Committee road lli lollowing report: I Whiriis, the time baa arrived when it tecoma lie-1 resary for every Anu-rican chizen who lias an American , heart. I butklw on In armor, rush to the batlle-tieid and light Pr freedom, equal right and equal privilegea : Resolved, That in tli nomination of General Cats, ! of Mir dig in, fr Frrid-nt, vud Gen. liutler.cf Kentucky, j fr Vic-President, by the lLiliimoro Convention,...

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