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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 November 1850

Judge Huntington' Charge. To the Honorable Eli sha M. IIuxtixgtox, District Judge of the United States for the District of Indiana The undersigned members of the Bar" of the Circuit Court of the United Slates, having heard, with great pleasure, the charge Just delivered to the Grand Jury, on the subject of the Fugitive Stave Law, reftpectfauy ask of your honor, a ropy of that part of the charge for publication, believing that it reflects truly the semimcnts of h large majontty of the people of the State of Indiana. , Yours, etc., O.H.Smith, Cbahlej Dewet, Charles II. Test, J. Mosaisox, . R. CtAwroRD, Wm. llENDrasoH, Hcch O'Nial, S. Major, J. A. Li st ox, James Raridex. Gixtlimix or thc Grahd JcT: I feel it my duty to ask your attention to another subject which 1 am sure you will think with me, deserves at this moment, the pravest consideration of every citizen of the State. I allude to tbe late act of Congress, commonly known as the " Fugitive Slave Law." When th Constitrrüon of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 November 1850

INDIANA. STATE SENTINEL. INDIANAPOLIS, SOYEJinER 3 1850. To Correspondent. Our nil U not to publish tixmymoua communication. " TUi vrlü explain to Eift.xiiTtxi the mm-appcarancc of the " Dyi 5 Girt." Cot. Whitcomb's Letter. "Wo call particular attention t: the letter of Governor Whiteomb, in to-day's paper. It was written to correct sorao misrepresentations wbich appeared in the States man in an article about free-soilisra. " Gov. Whitco.mb has most clearly defined Lis position. His course Las bern consistent throughout. He has given the history of his election, his pledges, and his subsequent action in tbo Senate, with a distinctiveness that precludes further misrepresentation. The letter spaaks for itself. Governor Whitcomb had no agency in preparing the resolutions of J313. Wo have conversed with several of those who had charge of these resolutions, and they fully sustain ta3 Governor's declaration contained in the letter. Tllwood Fisher Anti-Slavery Views. It seems that Gen. Foo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 November 1850

STATE SENTINEL. INDIANAPOLIS TlIl'KMUAY, NOV. 'ig, 1S30. SALE OF SINKING FUND LANDS. THE following pieces, parcels or lots of land, or so much of each as may be necessary, will on Suturd-iy the fourteenth J nf wiW nrxt. between the hours ol ei"ht o'clock. A. M. und rive o'clock 1. M., at the Court louse door in the town of Indianapolis, be ollored lor sale to the highest Dinner, tne lud being equal to the amount chargeable; the same having been mortgaged to the State of Indiana, to secure loans from the Sinking Fund, and forfeited by non-payment of the interest due thereof? to wit : Bartholomew County. The s e qr of sc 27, and the n w qr of the n e qr of see 34, t 10 n r 5 e, containing 20J acres; mortgaged by John M. Gwin; loan, interest, etc, ;542.45. Blackford County. N hf of the n e fr qr (east of the old Indian bounJary line) of eec 14, t 24 n, r 11 e, containing 50 acres; and also the a w qr ol" the aforesaid qr, containing 40 acre; mortgaged by Joshua B. Cass; loan, interest,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 November 1850

The w qr of the n w qr of sec 25, t 12 n, r 1 e, containing 40 acres; also the n w qr of the n w qr of soc 25, 1 12 n, r 1 e, containing 40 acres; mortgaged by Thomas Maxwell; lean, interest, i.e. 217dolls 88 cu. The s w fr ol the n w qr of sec 23, 1 11 n, r 1 w, containing 50 acres; mortgaged by Joshua Evilsizer forfeited and sold on credit to Silas Pumphrey, Sr.; loan, interest, &c. 234 dolls 3 cents. Owen County The w hf of the s w qr of sec 30, 1 11 n, r 5 vr, contnining 80 acres; also the n e qr of the a w or of sec 36, 1 11 n. r 5 w, containing 40 acres; mortgaged by King Freeman forfeited and sold on credit to Basil Brown: loan, interest, etc. 303 dollars. -The n e qr of the n e qr of sec 5, 1 10 n, r 4 w, containing 45 acres; mortgaged by Benager Bolin: loan, interest, etc 67 dolls 12 eta. The a w qr of the s w qr of sec 25, 1 1 1 n, r 5 w, containing 40 acres; mortgaged byShubal B Bolin: loan, interest, etc. b8 dolls S3 cu. The a e qr of the s w qr of fr sec 30,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 December 1850

r hi 1 1 Ö STATE 4 - . . . - 4 ) . v ' - WILLIAM J. BROITX, Editor. WEEK LY " SEMI-WEEKLY, U OO AUSTIN II. DROWN, Publisher. 5 . j VV JJ JJ JL . WEEKLY,. 2 OO VOL, X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1850. NO 27, . . . I . r - r- , , . 7 r INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, .C7-Office in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS! jVbrf A Side t Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEHI-WEEKL Y 2D1TI0H i paMtihad ewj Wednesday and Saturday and Tri-Weekly during ihe Session of Hie Legislature, at FOTIB DdLJJLBS A YEAH, InyaxiAbl in Advance. !THE WEEKLY EDITION I published avery Thursday, and is furnished td subscribers at the following very low rate: bne Copy, one year, '. .7. ?2 00 ' Three Copies, one year, & 00 Fire Copies, one Ttar,. .; : 8 00 Tea Copies, (in Club) one fear, 10 00 Doe Copy, six moutnt 1 00 One Copy, three Months, . 50 The Money, La til eases, td accompany lutseriptionj. CAtry persc ertdiit$ os a Club ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 December 1850

PRESIDENTS: MESSAGE ! Telegraphed by the O'Reilly Line TOE THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. FtHow Cilizciis of the Senate ' and House cf Jlepretentatirtsr . Being snddculy alled in the midst of tfic last session of Congress by a piinful dispensation of Divino Providence, to a responsible station which I now hold, I contented myself with such communications to the Legislature as the exigencies of the moment seemed to rc. quire. The country was shrouded in mourning by the loss of its venerated Chief Magistrate, and all parts were penetrated with grief. Neither the time nor the occasion appeared to requiro or justify on my part, any general expression of political opinions or any announcement of the principles which would govern me in the discharge of the duties, to the performance of which I had been so unexpectedly called. I trust, therefore, that it may not be deetied inappropriate if I avail myself of this opportunity of the reassembling of Congress, to make known my sentiments in a gen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 December 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, DECEMBER fl, 1850. Doings of the Convention. The Conrention up to this time have finally passe i on tha following sections, to-wit: Fixing the terras of acretarjr, Treasurer and Auditor at two years each and tendering them ineligible after a second election; that there shall be no imprisonment for debt except for fraud; that the right of trial by jury shall be inviolate; that no man's services shall be demanded, or property taken without compensation, &.; that there shall be no public debt, except to meet deficits in the revenue; that a reasonable amount of property shall be exempted from forced sales on execution; that women shall have the property owned before, or coming to then after marriage, (except in fraud of the creditors of their husbands,) secured to them by law; that clerks, auditors, county surveyors and recorders, shall each hold their offices four years and shall be only eligible eight years in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 December 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, INDIANAPOLIS, NOVEMBER SO, 1SSO. Thanksgiving Dar. The day set apart by GoTernor Wright, for public Thanksgiving So- God, for the mercies of the year, was duly observed, on Thursday last, by our citizens, mem bers of the Convention and strangers, now in the city. The doors of our merchants and other business houses were all closed. Services were performed in tho morning t roost of ths places of religious worship. Tha Congregations of the First and Second Presbyterian Churches met at the House of worship of the former which was filled to overflow ing, to listen to a discourse, appropriate to the occasion, from the Rev. JohnC. Fietche, in which ho contrasted tho condition of the peoplo of America, with those of Europe and other foreign countries. Mr. Fletcher is a native of our city, and has ju it returned from a visit to the cities of Rome, Naples, London and the district of country in which they are located. After giving a short description of these countries...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 December 1850

STATE SENTINEL,! INDIANAPOLIS THITRMDAY, IX. 5, 1S30. SALE OP SIXKIXG FI ND LANDS. ! fTMIE following pieces, parcels or lots of Ian J, or 10 much of j each as may oe necessary, win on .im.iyir iimru-rniu day of December next, bclwre n the hours ol eight o'clock A. M. nl five o'clock P. M., at tho Court Hoiic door in the lown of Indianapolis, be offered lor sale to the higlust bidder, the lid being equal to th amount chargeable ; tlie same having been mortgaged to the State of liulinna, to secure loans Iroin the Sinkin Fund. anJ forfeited by non-pay mriit of the intercut dup thereof to wit : Bartholomew County. The e qr of sc 27, and the n w qr of th n c qr of v r 34, t 10 n r5 e, containing 20 acres; ini-riga-cd by J Im M. Gwin; loan, interest, tic, $512,45. . - . Bluekford County. N hf of tin ne fr qr (cn.-i ol th oli Indian bonn.lriry low) of WC 14, t 21 n, r He, contiiitiiug 3" acre.-; und :il.-o the s wqrof the aforesaid qr, e.int'iiniii.: Warns; iiinrigiged ly JoJhua B. Cass; i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 December 1850

7 ' j The e lif of the w qr of sec 21, 1 19 n, r 12 e, containing 80 acre9,mortgaged by William Freer, forfeited and sold on credit to Miles Hunt, loan, interest, etc. 161 doli 15 cts. The e hf of the n e qr of sec 13, 1 20 n, r 14 e, mortgaged by Thomas Goodrich, loan, interest, etc, 236 dolls 86 cts. . The s w qr of sec 28, 1 19, r 13 e, containing 160 acres more or less, mortgaged by William Hunt forfeited and sold on credit to Andrew Schaffer; loan, interest, etc 618 dolls 82 cts. The n hf of the n w qr of sec 8, t 13, r 13 e, and also the s end of the fractional sec 32, t 19, r 13 e containing 141 acres, except 60 acres out of the n w part of said tract, heretofore conyeyed; mortgaged by Nathan Proctor, loan, interest, etc, 173 dolls 49 cts. The s e qr of the s e qr of sec 13, also the s e qr of s e qr of sec 10, au in t 1 n, r l and 1 J e, containing 80 acres; mortgaged by George Scott, loan, interest, etc, 142 dolls 6 cts. Ripley County. The s w qr of sec 7, 1 9, rile, contai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 December 1850

njiTTTTTTn IJlMii SMTIN WILLIA3IJ. BROWN, Editor. ) TÄT TI "PI T. V" 5 OI-WEEKLY, U CO AUSTIN II. BKOWX, Publisher. 5 VV Ü Ü Ü 14 i . J WEEKLY, 8 OO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1850. NO. 28. i v INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, C7-Ofüce in THE SENTINEL BUILIINGSca Xorth Sldi ll'asliington, mar Miridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS ttat.t., AUSTIN II. BROWN, PiMshcr. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Wcdiie iay ami Saturday and Tn-Weekly (luring l.ie Session of tire Legislature, at rOUE DOLLASS A YEAE, Invarially ia Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION I published every Thursday, and is furnUhcd to lubjcr.ku at the luilowuig very low rues; One Copy, one year, 82 00 Three Copies, oue year, 5 Oil Five Copies, one year 8 liO Ten Copies. I in ciuhs) one year, 10( 0 One Copy, six tnoulhs, 1 00 One Copy, three liioutlis, 60 The Moay, in all cases, to accompany subscriptions. !"7Aiiy person sending us a Club of Ten, with cash, at lite rate or 51 00 eac;i, shall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 December 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WIIIIAjYfc J, BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS DECEMBER 10, 1850. TA important section passed tho Convention on yesterday, providing that the Senate shall consist of not exceeding fifty and the House of Representatives of not exceeding one hundred members. The section providing, as amended, that any county having two-thirds or the representative ratio shall be entitled to a representative, was rc-committcd to the com niittee on tho Legislative Department, together with a pending amendment providing for single districts. ScMxra Lixcol Fairfield. The mother of this highly gifted poet is now in our city soliciting subscription for hia works. Fairfield U dead, and the profits i- . i f ,,- . m .--..I.. nr 1. that may accrue from the sale ol these works oro to be, J , . ; carefully appropriated to the support of a large laimly j of children wito arc entirely dependant upon her. She I i .: i r : r..;t 1 iicns have now an opportunity of gratifying their litcra-1 .r e :. -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 December 1850

Ilcmark of Mr. IIoTcy, In Coveniian, November 2j'., ISjO, vn Ikt Ihmcdcad Exemption. Mr. UOVEY BaiJ: Mr. President As this is tobe a political tliajhter house, if we believe nie of the prophets of this Convention, I suppose that the subject under discussion may he cor.silcrel one of the blocks upon which "Mr. Fowler's martyrs" uro to sutler death. At least it would seem so to mo as I sco many of the ablest debaters of this Convention fchunnin? it as though its t'ljch was contagious. For my part I iall not dodge tho responsibility. I, sir, lor one, feel disposed ''Tn lard the Lion in hi den, v Tj-5 Douifla-s ill in Imili'V AnJ to express freely and fearlessly my opinions in regard to the homestead principle, and what I think will be its effects upon the country, bhould it pass in the form proposed. In investigating the principles of any particnlar law, it is sometimes b-nh interesting and instructive to trace it baek to its original source. In dillerent ages and countries, chamelion ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 December 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Swamp Lands of Indiana. EXXCCTITI DlPARTMEJfT, 1 Indianapolis, Nov. 30, 1950. To the County Surveyor of the several counties of the Statt of Indiana: . You will find below a communication from tho Commissioner of tho General Land O.Iice, with instructions to the Register of the Land Offices of this State, on the uSiect of the swamp and overflowed lands, which I received oa this day, and to which your attention is called. The rules do not diff;r materially from those I for. warded yoa on the 30th of October; so far as they do, y.M will conform jour acts to those instructions. You will make ont your list of the wet and overflowed lands in your county ander these instructions, and forward t'aem to the Register of the Land Olfice of your District. If your county is situate in two Districts, vou will forward tho list of the lands yon select to the Land Office in the DUtrict in which tlicy are situated. It is not expected that you will survey the wiiolo of the vaca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 December 1850

r T 3 WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN II. BHOWN, Publisher. 5 WEEKLY; 5 SE3II-WEEKLY, . . .'. .... . . . .V.U OO ( UEEKLY, OO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1850. NO. 29. A f I INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, E7-Oaice in THE SENTINEL HUILDINGS.3 Xorth Sids Washington, nwr Ahridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTI N II. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION I published every Wednesday nn.I Saturday oiid Tri-Weekly dur. 1117 t!ie mioii o(' the Lej slaiure, at SOUS DOLLABS A YEAB, Invariably in Advancs. THE WEEKLY EDITION la published very Tlmrsday, and is 1'urtiUhed lo subscribers at l!it following very low rales: O110 Copy, one year, ?i Ct Three Copies, one year, 5 (X Fire Copied, one year, 9 Co Ten Copies, (in Clutw) oue year, 1U Ml One Copy, six mouths, 1 One Copy, Ihre mouths, 5(i The Money, in all casss, to accjitpaay subscriptions. CTAny person sending os a Club or Tut, with eah. at the rale or ft. 00 each, shall bave a copy gratis ft on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 December 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BKO7N, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, DECEJIBEll 1, 1850. . Extra B apers . Can be had at our cxmnting-roooi done op in wrappers or otherwise. " Persons desiring a number of extras can Letter secur tbem by leaving orders the day before issue. To Poets. Our Carrier will give Ten Dollars andono copy of ''Dickens' Household Words," fur the best New Year's Address, to be sent to a befwc the 23th im tint. ETA bill providing for the construction of & bridge across the Ohio river at Louisville, has been reported in tha Kentucky Senate. Zy O xr paper -as stoppe! the other day by a person in this city, became he wai asked to pay his subscription. Small favors thankfully received. !7 The printing establishment of the Columbus Democrat has been purchased by Messrs. W. F. Pidgeon and A. Jones, by whom it will be conducted in future. We wish the new proprietors success. UWe noticed at the Concert, on Saturday evening, our editorial friend, Albcbt West, of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 December 1850

Ii BY MAGXETICTELEGRAPIl From Üie Madison Paper "VVasuixjitox, Dec. 9. Susatx. The Chair laM '-cloro the Sonato a communication fron) the Horn Department, covering reports from the commissioners of pensions and the general lantl office; also a messago from tho President, covering a note) from Senor Rosa, tha Mexican minister, asking Congress to execute the eleventh article of the treaty oi Hidalgo, relating to Iadiaad:prcdationsonthe Mexican frontiers. The bill to distribute five hundred copies of the deci- . ton of the Supreme Court among the several States and Territories was rejected Mr. Beaton introduced a bill making good to the State of Missouri the two per cent, fund reserved on the sale of public lands in that State. And the Senate adjourned. - House. After reading tlie names of the standing committees, which vary but little from last session, tb House went into committee of the whole on the state of the Union on the President' message. Mr. Giddings spoke against that portio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 December 1850

TTnUtf A STATE 'SF,XTliTFJ,. INDIANAPOLIS, DECEMBER 14, 1850. The Convention. We are sorry to see the editor of the Madison Courier joining in the cry of some of Lis cotemporariea, against the Constitutional Convention, for what they call a delay of business and a waste of the people's money. We hate not been an honr absent from the Convection, during its deliberations, ami are able to say, that almost every reform that has been introduced has been met with the most decided opposition, on the part of those who would prefer onr. old Constitution to any very radical reforms, wi.h the exception, perhaps, of the clauses providing ft r the election of officers by the people, biennial -sessions, and short terns'for our public officers. It is no doubt a correct policy, that every innovation on established eustoinj and usages, should be we'd investigated. A month's session of the Convention, on a single proposit.ö, would be far preferable to having an unwise and inconsiderate section adopte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 December 1850

i j .Mil ii i r r IT r 1 1 j. a-. WILLI J. BHOWJT, Editor. AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. SEMI-WEEKLY,... ...... i OO I WEEKLY, 2 f VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1850. NO. 30. - : -f - TV H f INDIAM STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, E7Office in THE SENTINEL BUILDIXGSa Sörth Sid: Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD rELLOWS HALL, AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION Is pabliahed rery Wednesday anJ Saturday and Tri-Weekly during the Session of the legislature, at rOTTS DOLLAES A YEAS, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION ts published every Thursday, &.kI is furai!ied to subscribers at the following very low rales: "One Copy, one year S3 00 Three Coptea, one year, 5 00 Five Copies, one year, 8 00 Ten. Copies, (in Clubs) one year, 19 UO Otte Copy, Six months, 1 PO One Copy, tAree months, 00 Tis Money, ia all eatss, to aecompaayjiulscriptions. j t7Aay pcion enuiiig us ä C lub of ten, wii! ca-üi. at tue tale j letters for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 December 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, DLCE-TDER 21, 1850. Kilr.i Tapers Can b had at onr countirg-reora dons up in wrappers or otherwise. Persons desiring a number of extras can better secure Vem by leaving orders the day beforo issue. To Torts. Our Carrier will give Te Dollars and one copy of ''Dickens' Household Words," for the best New Year's Address, to be sent to us before the 25th instmt. C7 In order that the hands in the office may observe the usual Chirstmas holiday, we shall issue no paper on Thursday next. Uta, Joseph La tip. It will be perceived, under the Congressional head in this day's Sentinel, that Mr. Bradburr's resolution, call- : . - i,: mg on the departments at ashington, in relation to ree cr i u r ri. - l ;. u. innvnl frnm olTu nn.I.-r the I avlor ailimnistration . has i again been brought before the Senat?, and that Mr. Whitcomb, of this State, has defended General Lane from aspersions attempted to 1 cast npon Lis character by that Pr...

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