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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

JAMAICA , —In addition to what is said in another place , we have frightful accounts of the revolt of the Slaves in this island . One hundred and fifty estates had been burnt , some of them the most extensive on the island ; and the whole damage is estimated at 15 , 000 ,- 000 of dollars . Two thousand slaves are said to have been hung , or shot down without any ceremony . The number of white persons killed , is not stated . Thirty thousand slaves are supposed to have been embodied at one time , some of them armed ; and all were to he punished with death who did not surrender before the 10 th of February . The rebellion was considered at an end- Mo . Rtp .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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~ HE . CbiJrS CTBGRS , I [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

~ HE . CbiJrS CTBGRS , I IN DEFENCE OF THE AMERICAN SYSTEM . Mr . CLAY rose and addressed the Senate substantially as-follows : — loom : .-omm . i nt . Mr . I r . isi . leiit , expressed by -In . honorable gentleman from South Carolina ( Mr . Havoc , ) thoiipih . perhaps not in the sense intended by him , I cutirely concur . 1 agree with him that tde dcci-ion on toe system of policy embraced in this debate , involves the future destiny of this growing country . One way , I verily believe , it would lead to deep and general distress , general bankruptcy and rial ion . il ruin , without benefit to any part of tiie Union : The other , the existing prosperity will he preserved nod . augmented , and the nation will continue rapidly to advance in wealth , power , and greatness , without prejudice to any section of the confederacy . finis viewing the question , I stand here as the humble but zealous advocate , not of the interests of one State or seven states only , but of th « whole Un...

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GEN . SMITH AND MR . CLVY . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

GEN . SMITH AND MR . CLVY . A statement of so no altercation between Mr . S . Smith of Maryhuul and Mr . Clay appeared in the Globe , got up wiih . the evident intention of disparaging the hitter . The following exttact from the . correspondence of the National Intelligencer places the affair no doubt in its proper light . No one in the Senate seems to possess more courtesy and command of temper than Mr . Clay : but he is the last man whom his enemies amy look to I m ¦ . sitting tamely under a malignant iiienatiee . In the cours » 0 f h : ... .,,. ] , „ : i the ( ith insMr . Clay , advening to a prey . ous declaration of Gen . Smith that hi had been charged with being too friendly to the manufacturers ,- said , never was a more groundless accusation brought against a calumniated man , and promised , should it be renewed , if Gen . Smith would only appeal to hiin , he would be ready to lake his oath that he had never known a more determined enemy to the manufacturer than the Hono...

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FOREIGN NETfS . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

FOREIGN NETfS . [ From London papers to January 14 . ] The Cholera appears to be rather on the decrease . A case , hotvevcr , is said lo have occurred at Doncaster , and another at Suffolk , where none had been before reported . LONDON , Jan . 11 . —WJJ learn that dispatches have been received by government , which state that 800 Polish officers in . Saxony , who have refused the amnesty of Emperor Nicholas , are on their march , in small detachments , to jFrance . Each receives a small , sum per diem from the Saxon Govern- 1 ment . The French Ministers have been defeated iin the chamber of deputies , :, on Thursday ; they wished to grant a | Civil List to Louis Philip , of fifteen millions of francs , when M . Odillon Barrot , and his friends , out-voted the Ministers , and granted him only twelve millions being less than half the amount < nioyt il by Charles the Tenth . Wc understand that tiie five hundred troops that had embarked at Lisbon for Maderia , have re-lande...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

Co * rjnES . 9 . —fn ( Senate , Feb . 28 , Mr . Dallas delivered a speed ) in defence of the protective system . In the House , the engrossing subject of the day was the hill for re-chartering tbe V . States Bank . Mr . Root introduced various amendments to the bill . — In the Senate on the 29 th , several bills passed , among others the bill supplemental to the act granting the right of pre-emption to settlers on the public lands . Mr . Forsyth addressed the Senate against the protective system . In the House , the hill to establish certain post roads and discontinue others , was passed to a second reading . Mr . Vance moved an amendment to it , granting the power of appointing deputy post-masters to the President of the United States , by and with the advice and consent of the Senate ; but the amendment thus proposed was negatived by a vote of ayes 74 , noes 54 . —In the Senate , March 1 , the bill providing for the payment of the claims of Virginia for advances to the U . S...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

Mr . Wickliffc and Mr . Daniel , ot Kentucky , are being turned out oi the Jackson party .

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• ran wssTsmw EBHORAMT . Amidst those foshades ill it [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

• ran wssTsmw EBHORAMT . Amidst those foshades ill it Front the Albany Liter . ly C , aeltc . -e a proudly rear a Their unshorn beamy toward the f . ivorinsr . kips , • An axerang sharp !] . There , W i -i vigorous arm Wrought ii liold emigrant , while hy his side • Tis Utile son . wiili question and response . Beguiled the toil . Boy , thou hast never seen -uh minus Tees , and when their giant trunk- ! Fall . Itrv the dm e irtB groans . Remcinbcrest tliot Coi iparedw * at < w 7 owDConLc 3 eBl | Is but a creeping stream . Father , the brook , . That by our door w < nt -aaH • -. when I launchd Myfmj boat with aB the sportive boys , When s , h ,, „| wis o er , is dearer far tome . Than all these rie-p broad waters . To mv eye ] They are as stranger * . And those little trees | Mv mother |> l-no-1 in ihe garden bound i Of our first hour , from v . In . nee the fragrant peach Fell in its laiicnin . r soft , vera fere r sure ; Than this dark for...

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THE WESTERN WILDS . bctrsos the sut [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

THE WESTERN WILDS . bctrsos the sut Suggested y some , on same ject Ly Mrs . Sigor / rney . Who says our western wilds are sad ? Who sings so faint a lay ? What scone can make that spirit glad . Which here cannot be gay ? Behold our prairies spreading wide ; In spring how green tliey be : Tbe gallant steeds that o er them ride , Away , exulting tree ! And be who stri les the gallant steed A deeper joy must know , With heaven s own blue above bis bead , And earths bright flo . vi s below ! How fresh , careering o er tbo wild , Our western breezes pliy ! The heavy heart of care s beguild , And leaping , bails tbe dny ! Behold the mighty streams thatu . o The wild Missouri strand , Or our more lo-ely Illinois—The beautiful , the grand ! Tbe deer is , seen at peep of morn . The wolf at clo-e of day ; And merry sounds the hunter s bom , When he brings home his prey . And , seel our rugged prairie men ; O , who more free than they;—They re tall , they re stout—they ne er give out ; ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

choir ; during the intervals of which the rrhostoccasionally expressed the comfort lie received from their pious exercises and ejaculations on his behalf . When all was over , the frinr entered into a serious conversation with M . St . Giles ; and , oi the strength of what had just passed , snirneiotisly inveighed against the absurd incredulity of our modem sceptics and pretended philosophers , on the articles of ghosts or apparitions . M . St . Giles i though ., it now high time to disabuse the good fathers . This purpose , however , he found it extremely difficult to effect , till he had prevailed upon them to retim : with biro into the church and there be witnesses of .. he manner in whjf-b lie had conducted this ludicroiS deception . — Dr . Thatchers Essay on Ghosts and Ap-

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

REGFIAI * P ICKET , FOR ST . LOUIS . TIIE substantial upper cabin Steam Boa :, Souvcnier . R . Parkinson , master , will run as a Regular Packet during the season , between Pekii ! and St . Louis , touching at Bcardstown , Maridocia , Naples and all other ports and landings on the Illinois and Mississippi rivers , between the above named ports . The S . is in every respect well fastened arid handsomely furnished for the accommodation Df passengers , of light draught , and a remarkable fast running boat . VAIRIN & REEL . Agents . March 1 . —17 St . I-mis , Mo .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

Sale of Cattle , < $ * c . WOTXOT hereby given , that the following proper IS ty will be offered for sale on Saturday the 17 th . March , 1832 , at the dwelling of the subscribers half mile north of Springfield , to wit : a number of Horses , Cattle , Hogg , Farming Utensils , and other articles , on a credit of 8 or 12 months , by note with approved security , DEN J . D . HUSK . The above gale is postponed until to-morrotv , 23 d March , 1833 . . March 1 , 1832 . —17

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

COMM ISSIOiV HOUSE HEW OaiEANS . beg leave to inform our friends and WE the public , that we have established a Mercantile House in New Orleans , for tire transaction of a General Commission and Forwarding Business , ( conducted by Mr . JVAIRIN , ) under the firm of JULIUS VAIRIN 4- C » . and respectfully tender our services in that lint of business . Liberal advances will be made on consignments to the House in New-Orleans , and all goods forwarded free of charges- except actual expenses incurred . The undersigned having rented the large and commodious Warehouse , on Water-street , in this city , formerly occupied by Messrs . Sliackford $ • Ranney , are prepared to receive , store , and forward Merchandist OH liberal terms . VAIRIN it REEL . St . Louis , Jan . 21 , 183-i . 3 ml 2

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

TUNIS & c t : OKJ \ W £ L . JL * Wholesale and Retail Dealers in EUROPEAN A 2 T 2 > DOlUJESTiO GOODS , No . 54 .... Main Street . SAINT LOUIS . January 19 , 1832 . 12 —3 m

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

j < LASS GUTTING . —The subscriber il V * prepared to cut Window ti lass to any patern .-uidau other work belonging to the GLAZIERS business S . CONANT . _ gj ) ringtield , Dec . 2 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

W 2 STE 51 W LOWER * . A NOVEL SCHEME . —The first drawn number is entitled to $ 20 ; 2 d drawn number . # 16 ; 3 d , 4 th or 5 th , $ 11 . . VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY . TXOR the benefit of ihe town of Wheeling . — Jf Extra class So . 3 furl * X > . To be drawn in Whecing . ii-Monday . Man ti 1 <» . 1 * 30 Drav .- in re ..-civco \? - > the 1 b of April , lf . lv > . CG number lottery--10 draw 1 ? ballots . SCUEME . 1 prize ol $ 10 , 000 1 5 , 000 1 3 , 000 I 2 , 104 80 1 , 000 3 G 200 5 G 100 56 80 56 50 56 40 112 30 2184 24 1540 1 st drawn ballot 20 1540 2 d drawn ballot , 16 4620 3 d , 4 thor 5 th drawn 12 7700 - 10 18 , 040 prizes , amounting to $ 366 , 080 . Tickets only $ 12—shares in proportion ; for sale by JAMES S . THOMAS , 20 Main street , St . Louis .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

Notice i «* hereby given , AT a meeting will be held at the Court TH House on Touraday the 29 th inst . between the hours of ten and one o clock , for j the purpose of electing five trustees for the town of Springfield . JONATHAN WADLEY , Clerk . March 22 , 1832 . 20

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

PVBMC -HOI SK ON THE FORT CLARK ROAD . HARDY COUNCIL , has opened a Public House at his old residence , on the west side of Fancy creek , nine miles from Springfield , and four from the Saiivjarno river , oh the P « rt Clark road , where best attention will be paid to travellers . March 1 , 1831 17

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

WOOL CARDING , I SPINNING AND WEAVING . THE subscriber intends to establish the above business , on the first day of May next , at Rawley . Morgan s Fulling . Mill , on ! Richland Creek , eleven miles west of SpringI field , where he will execute in the best man- | ner , work in every branch of the above busi The MACHINERY will be entirely new and on an improved plan . Work will lie executed on as reasonable terms as cai . . _ dona in any part of the county . He will receive wool to manufacture , either by the yard or upon the shares , on reasonable terms . ([/ Produce of various kinds will be taken for work . W . E . KURTS . February 28 th . 1832 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

HKsubs ribers having discontinued business , 1 squeal -those indebted to them by note or otherwise , to make immediatepayi ment . Cash to them is indispensable , and j those who neglect to comply with this requi sition , will be served with legal process with out discrimination . THOMAS & . COLLINS . Springfield , Jan . 6 . 10

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

Information Wanted . THE undersigned having left Ray county , in East Tennessee , about fifteen years ago , and not having seen or heard from any of their friends during that period , take this method of ascertaining in what part of the United States they live . Elizabeth Williams married John Henry , a son of Wm . Henry . of Ruy County , East Tennessee . George frtflirxmj and his wife died in Arkansas . Said Henry and family were making preparations to move to Alabama , at the time \ vt > left Ray county . . They have heard lately that a person of the name of Henry is avmg iu Franklin county . East Tennessee } but cannot barn whether he is fhe person they are anxious 10 hear from . James M Molon married Anna Williams , and we do not know where they residc . Should this advertisement meet tiie eyes of any person , who from the above description , c-iti give information respecting the snid Henry ami his wife , or the suid -U . fiolon and his wife , they will confer a favor...

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