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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

FRUIT TREES . subscriber has for sale , at his farm , THE on Fancy Creek , angamo County , twelve or fourteen thousand APPLE TREES , large and thrifty , at from 4 to 61-4 cents a tree . A credit of six months will be given . THOMAS CO . ySTA . XT . March 22 . 20 t

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

^ NOTICJE . ALL persons indebted to the undersigned for recording Deeds , are hereby warned , that unlessimmediate payment be made , their accounts will be left in the hands of an officer for collection . EDWARD MITCHELL . March 3 . 1932 .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

TAZE NOTICE . subscriber , anxious to close up his busiTHE ness , gives notice to those indebted to him that unless they call soon and settle their accounts they will find them in an officer s hand for collection . Necessity knows no tew . I . S . HOWSE . Springfield , Feb . 9 , 163 & U

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

CHEAP HATS . { JCj ^^ l ine ° d store ° I tite subscriber , ^—1 NEARLY opposite to the Post | iff §/ i ^ l Oflice—where persons can be Jp 9 M | supplied for almost any article of ©^^ country produce . Those indebted would confer a peculiar favor by liquidating their accounts , as it is impossible to curry on business without pay . CT ^ CASH will be paid for Furs . WILLIAM ALVEY . December 15 , 11331 . __

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

Information Wanted . undersigned having left Ray county ! THE in East Tennessee , about fifteen year , 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 Slates they live . Elizabeth Williams married John Henry , a son of Wm . Henry . oi Ray County . Etist Tennessee . George Williams and his wife died in Arkansas . Said Henry and family were making preparations to move to Alabama , at the time we left Ray county . They have heard lately that a person of the name of Henry is living m Franklin county , East Tennessee : but cannot learn whether he is the person they are anxious to hear from . James MMolon married Anna Williams , and we do not know where they reside . Should this advertisement meet the eyes of any person , who from the above description , can give information respecting the * aid Henry and his wife , or the said AfAfolon and hits wife , they will confer a favor by directing a lett...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

HEED CORN . subscriber takes this method to inTHE form the Farmers of Sangamon and Mnriii rn . mitei , that he will hav . bv the last of this month , 3 or 4 , 000 bushels of Seed Corn , at Salem , in angamon County . which he proposes to sell at one dollar per bushel . — He will also have a quantity of Cotton Seed brought from Tennessee , which he will sell bw . All which he warrants lo he good . DENTON OFFUTT . Salem , March 8 , 1832 . N . B . Subscriptions will immediately be opened for seed Com . and subscribers will have the preference . D . O .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

BLANK DEEDS , For sale at the Journal Office . /

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

PRESERVING EGGS . —IU 1820 , atradesman at Paris asked permission of the prefect of the police to sell , in the market , eggs , that had been preserved a year in a composition of which hi- kept the secret . More than 30 , 000 of these eggs were sold in open market without any complaint being made , or any notice taken of them , when the board of health thought proper to examine them . — Thry were found to he perfectly fresh , and could only be distinguished from others by a pulverous stratum of carbonate of lime , remarked by Mr . Cadet to be on the eggshell . This induced him to make a scries of experiments , which ended in his discovering that they were preserved in a highly saturated muriate of lime water . They may also be preserved by immersing them twenty seconds in boiling water , and then keeping them well dried in fine sifted ashes ; hut this will give them a greyish green color . The method of preserving them in lime water has long been the practice in Italy : they nra...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

Herds of frozen elephants , 7-hinoceroscs , fj-c . In JVo . 7 of the Bulletin of the Imperial Society of Naturalists , Moscow . there is a letter from M . Hendcstrotn , to whom the Russian government had entrusted an expedition for the purpose of ( -racing geometrically the coasts of the Icy Sea , from Lena to Colyma , and of making a description of the isles of the north . He was three years in these remarkable countries , and discovered a new Island , which he named . Wie Siberia , because its general appearance is much more more savage than old Siberia . In the unchangeable icy crusts of these countries there were found bunt . l thousands of mammoth . leluvian animals . The country is full of wonders for the nalnjalist ; but the ground is fro / ., n as hard s a rock , and cannot be lug into , and the sunnier is too fhort for the necessary researches . [ Mag . of JVal . Hist .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

Old Pembroke was a remarkable punster . Being one day at the castle in Dublin , w hen a learned physician was reading a treatise on the nature and qualities of bees , calling them on every occasion , a nation , a commonwealth , & c . Lord Pembroke trade some objections to the titles , as too pompous for the occasion . ¦ B y no means , said Swjft , they are a very ancient people- Moses mentions the HmtbS , as a nation which Joshua was appointed to conquer .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

A gentleman who was going to fight a duel , asked a friend of his who had won a considerable sum of Dioney the night before , to be his second . My dear sir , replied the gamester , I won fifteen hundred guineas last night , and shall cut but a poor figure at fighting to-day ; but if you will apply to the person I got them of . he will fight , for he has got nothing left .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

Blankets were first made , in 1840 , by Thos . Blanket * wher-e thei : I

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

Proceedings and sjieeehcs at a meeting held in the Capitol , at Washington , January 13 , 1 K 52 , far the purpose of promoting the / . mperamee in the United States . \ Me . . ;/ h . i .. 2 I . i . i-n [ jr .. posed at Wasliiii . trotl . ... eofTe . l . p ...- ai . ee ii . the f ¦ i of licpte-en-tatiresliberal !] Hill : and as . upon die attention of , ¦ ,-rv fri . ii . il of In , . 0 .. 1 . HV an . l bis race , and many of the gentlei < : ¦ desci . ate . l I m the in . ti .. _ . All cet . re of the Haft were rjccnpied by ladies ; and -before ihe hour of seven , the I . M .. passages were filled by a dense body of rut men . Among them were noticed most of the im tubers ol both Houses of Congress , ninny of the Officers ol Government , ana sr .-ieral tit iitli-nien of the Army ai ., 1 Navy . ihr meeting wa « called to order , by the Host Le / ris Condict . member of Congress from New ,. M , l ; 1 mt the Hon . Lrcwis CASS , A ir I <¦ invited to take the Cha...

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CHESHIRE CHEESE . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

CHESHIRE CHEESE . I THE PAEMEB ,. This article has attained a celebrity as extensive as good taste . It is made in Ehjrraasrl and always commands a high price . Wc have copied below from an English work ( Farmer s Calendar , by Arthur Young , ) a particular account of the mode of making it . Our Sangamo girls would do well lo try and see if they cannot make cheese c | iial to Cheshire . • TSicgeneral mode of making cheese is from 501 b . lo 601 b . weight each , and which now ( 1791 ) sell , from good dairies , at from 43 s . to Ms . p . V 1201 h . and onwards . The process of making Cheshire cheese is as follows , viz . mi a farm capable of keeping 23 eons , a cheese of . about GOlb . wrvs A may he daily made in ( he months of May , June , and July . The evening s milk is kept untouched until next morning , when the cream is taken off , and put to ; wurm in a brass nan , i . eati-. l with boil- ! ing watar ; then one-third part of thai milk is heated , in the same manner , sc as ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

before noon the belief was universal that the day of judgment was at hand . About this time about one hundred and twenty-three cler- ; gymen were ferried over to Lambeth , it was j said , to petition ihut a short prayer might be penned and ordered , there being none in the 1 church service on that occasion . Three maids of honor burnt their collection of novels and plays , and sent to abookseller to buy each of them a bible , and Bishop Taylor s Holy Living and Dying . The run upon the Bank wus so prodigious , that all hands were employed from morning till night in discounting notes and handing out specie . — On Thursday , considerable more than 7000 mistresses wwe legally married in the face of ! several congregations . And to crown the whole farce , Sir Gilbert lleothcote , at that ! time head Director of the Bank , issued orders , to all the fire officers in London , requiring j them to keep a good look out , and have a par- , I ticulnreye en the Bank of England .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

MISERIES OF THE IRISH POOR . —WC shall agam and again turn our thoughts to this Mil . ject , ami , if p s-ible . enlist public ami private sympathy . , r > behalf of the most wrct , 1 ,,. d and forlorn . if our fellow christians , whose state of dciituthm is beyond desenption—warning all the necessaries of ind bedding . What is them ! Are they , in a christian land , to he allowed to perish unnoticed and unknown ! Xet those who arc aicn dtih . ns as to the existence of this large mass of misery , but v . sit any of the lanes or alleys of fins city , and tiny will at oi ct 1 ... unand the shuttle were once busily employed , arc | ly of nine per oi-. s ttting down lo , What thmk v .. ti mother * , of th . mother of sis n fell f it a sleepl of a to produce a MM , token oat I elected from i dense

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

number of be whole of Eu rope ana a pan a v . foi iv ..-,: V ¦ only in IK , j bed b ) -CM . I Iseuration ; 1 ! o ., i , r , l , ir :,, mi , ,. , In September the rtog of . a siren .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

Rumors are afloat of some changes at Washington . Richard M . Johnson lo be Postmaster General , and Wm . T . Barry to i be minister near the court of St . James . ¦ The Ship . Court of the V . ft has adjourned . . iivedute ciititccf . ci ici ffi the appointment of | Cer . It ashinaton to the command of the 15 , 1775 . Ina iiit . misiri . it Journal , under the date of Nov . 1 , 1825 , 1 find a record of a conversation had with the venerable John Adams , at that time , relative to the appointment of Gen . Wasiu ngtori . It was in substance as follows : Tho army was assembled at Cambridge , I Mats , under Gen . Ward , and Congress was j sitting at Philadelphia . —Every diiy arrived new applications in behalf of the army . — The country were urgent that Congress should adopt the ii . i . n ; : lor mit . l th . y had , it must he eoiisidi red . an . l was in law considered only as a nmli , a band of armed rebels . The ; laced in circumstances of peculiar delicacy ; ml danger . The...

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THE MARRIED MAN'S STORY . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

THE MARRIED MANS STORY . expecte ilv . years t-r-par ile . l . We li id been mostly educated together , hiving p as-. 1 . ir I . \! ... d at ihe same school , our youth -it tin : nmt un vctsitv : but our fortunes we re different , lie , born to wealth , left college to mix with the w orl . I at home and abroad , while I turned to the profession I hid long since made choice of , an I began to 1 g my weary way We were boh i goo 1 de tl th inged . My friend had lost much of the -vy huovmty of manner ; ¦ nuchof the mcrrv . hipp t cir . .-ss lluw of spirits for which he had once been remarkable . I was leas grave than 1 h id been re . k tied during our former attpj . uiitar . ee : yet I am a utiiiof bu , ine * - and married . We had much to say , of the different chances lhat occurred to us ; and I found , that though altered in manner , in habits and in character , we met il is we had par ted . It was gelling late in the day , and I asked tnv friend if he would go heme to the small hou...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 12 April 1832

COMETS . —In 1712 , Dr . Winston , a divine , j calculated the return of a comet in that year , j which he publicly announced would destroy the world . An English work of that day gives the following as some of the farcical scenes \ which occurred in consequence of the propheJ cy : A number of persons in and about Lon- j don , seized all the barges and boats they could : | lay hands on in the Thames , very rationally j concluding that when the conflagration took place , there would be the most safety on the I water . A gentleman who had neglected fam- ! ily prayer for better than five years , informed his wife , that it wus his , 1 , termination to resume that laudable practice the same evening ; but his wife having engaged a hall at her house , persuaded hev husband lo put it off till they saw whether the comet appeared or not . The South-sea stuck immediately fell lo five per ct . and the India to eleven , and the captain of a Dutch ship threw all his powder into . the river , t...

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