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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1851

f from the committee on corporation. reported back the bill to incorporate the Wabash Railroad Company- Pasaed. Mr. Bradley, trom the committee on corporations, reported back the bill to incorporate the Pittsburg and road Company. Passed. m the committee on corporations, i to incorporate the Central PlankCrawfordsTiilo Planl Mr. Wüüanisou, I reported back the bit road Com ian(- at t o c ounty . ami recommend ed pit-agf. Engrosed. Mr. Williamson, from the committee oo corporations, reported back the bill to re-organize the Evaasville Insnrance Company, with an amendment. Concurred ia. Mr. Bradley, from the committee on corporations, reported back the bill to incorporate the Connersville and Milton Turnpike Company, with an amendment. Concurred in. Mr. Bradley, Iroru the committee on corporations, reported hack the bill to incorporate the Manchester and and Etisabethtown Turnpike Company, with amendments. Concurred in. Mr. Hicks, from the committee on benevolent and scientific institu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1851

I NDIA.VA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDl W VPOI.IS, J AM ARY I- Conventioa. On Thursday, in the Convention, Mr. Morrison of Marion reported back the Motion in relation to the veto power of the Governor: whic.i then passed Mr. Dobson reported a section, providing that the Governor shall he allowed an annual salary i tilteen hand red dollars; the Secretary, Auditor and Treasurer of State one thousand dollars each, with such penjuiaas as the Legislature shall, from time to time, allow ; the Judges of the Supreme Court fifteen hundred dollars aach ; the Judge, of the Circuit Court twelve hundred dollars each ; the member of the General Assembly three dollars per day each, and three dollars for er eiy twenty-five indes travel, on the most direct route, in going to and returning from the seat of government. No law shall be passed to increase the pay of members of the General Assembly, unlit after the cloae of the at which such 'aw shall be passed ; read and to a second rea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. .1 WEEKLY. S.KMl -WEEKLY. MM I WEEKLY OÜ AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher VOL, X. INDIANAPOLIS, THUßÖDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1851. XO. 36. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, CTOilice in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS o orth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS HALL. AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION If pabtished every Wednesday and Saiunlay and Tri-Weekly during Ike Seou of the Legislature, ai FOUR DOLLARS A TEAR, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION h published every Thursday, and is funifced to ubscribert at the fodowuif very low rate; iWw P.inv. one vear d OH Three Copies, one year,. . . Fiwm Cofim, mm year, Tea Copies, (in Clubs) one One Cony. six months,. . . . S 00 8 00 10 00 1 00 SO One Copy, three months, The Money, in all eases, to accompany subscriptions. Any person ending us a c lob of Ten, with casn. at tne rate of 81 oo each, shall have a copy greti for one year. Fr a grraler imi.r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, FEBRUARY 4, 1SM. IT" The Celebrated Miss Fanny Lee Townshend is at p cMnt in this city lecturing on the 1 1 Reforms of the Age.'" Delaware. James A. Bayard, democrat, has been elected Senator Iroea little Delaware, in the place of John Wales, whig. Mr. Bayard is a young man of decided talent, and will be an ornament to the Florida Senator. Steven Mallory, democrat, has been elected Senator in the place of Mr. Ynlee. Mr. Mallory held the office of collector of the port of Key West, under Mr. Polk's administration, hot was removed by Gen. Taylor. He is a Union man. In this respect his election is a gain over his predecessor who is a disnnionist of the South Carolina school. Mr. Mallory is a young man of much promise.' XT" It its well known that the editor of this paper will oot. under any circumstances, be a candidate for re-election to tlie next Congress. We have heard the names of a number of democrats, good and true me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1851

I 1 L Tke New Postage Bill. We present our reader with synopsis of the new Postage Bill which passed the House 01 Congress, ob Friday last. The late ot' this hill in the Senate is said by some of the letters from Washington to be rather doubtful. The first section provides that letters carried in tlie mail of the United Slate- shall be charged with the following postage, Upon t-itch letter not weighing over one half ounce, three ce.ttt; and for each additional halt' ounce or fraction of half an ounce, three cents. Also that the compvnsatKa of Postmasters shall not be diminished bv this act. Section second reads as follows : "There shall be charged upon each newspaper, pamphlet, periodical, magazine, book, and every other des cription ol printed matter, which shall be unconnected with any manuscript ur written matter, and which it may be lawful to transmit through the mail, of no greater weight than two ounces, one cent; and for each additional once or fraction oi an ounce, one cent....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1851

Mr. Ounir moved to farther amend; which, On motion of Mr. Eddy, was laid on the table aye 27. noes 14 Mr. Mntgoraery moved to amend, by compelling the company to build and keep in repair a road from Laporte toLnfavette, narking Montieelfo. in White county a point On motion of Mr. Mickle the amendment was laid on the table ares 3, noes 7. House bill "prohibiting ihe ami vf intoxicating liquors in the town of Columbus, Bartholomew county, tu less quantities than a barrel, was read the first time. On motion of Mr Herrod the rule was suspended ttnd the hill passed. Several Houv lull- t ame up on their first reading and were passed to a second rending on to-morrow. House bill authorizing a special session of the Greene circuit court, for lb purpose of trying Hiram Bland for murder, was read a second time. Mr. Dunn moved to indefinitely postpone the bill. Carried ayes 34, noes 9. Mr. Dunn was excused from voting. Mr. Hardin moved tc make the apportionment bill the special order of the day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN. Editor WEEKLY. v KMI-M KEKLY. 4 OO I WEEKLY, 1 OO U ST1N II. BROWN, Publisher VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1851. NO. 37. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, CP-OflSce in THE SEXTIXEL BUILDINGS, North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI -WEEKLY EDITION Is pubi.sheJ every Wednesday and Saturday and Tn-Weekly during tie Session oi" the Legislature, at FOTJB DOLLARS A YEAH, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION la pabbahed every Thursday, and 1 luriiKlted to uLwribei at the foiicnv.iig very low rate: On Copy, one year Sx 00 Three Copies, one year, S 00 Five Copies, . year, 8 00 Ten Copies. (;ii Clubs) one year, 10 00 Oue Copy, six mouitis. 1 00 One Copy, three month, 50 The Money, in ail cases, to accompany subscriptions. C7Any person sending us a Club of Ttn, with rash, at the rate of 91-00 each, shall Itave a copy gratis ior one ear. For a greater...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. I Li LI AM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, PEBKl AÄY 11, CT The New Constitution, as revised and corrected, will appear in our next. 4 losing Jk-ene of the Convention. On Saturday last, moat of the day was occupied, iu concur r ins; mi the leports from tbe committee on revitoo. At a late hour iu the afternoon, the last report waa made : when it was agreed that the revising committee should again look over their eatire work to report on Mondav morning The Convention then adjourned. At six o'clock. iu Monday uioriuug the Convention for the last time in the Supreme Court Room more -half of the hole number of Delegates being Several additional amendments were submit - ted from the committee on revision and concurred in. A vote of thank was f iven to th revising committee ; when a motion was made lor an adji urameni . sine die ; which was decided iu the affirmative PrevioiiH to pronouncing a final adjoin nment , the Pre ident delivered the lollowing valedictory ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1851

he wants to keep on the safe side, by obeyBecause he is told that the proper way is to J mg law. ubev, until the law can le altered Because he i UM it is wrong to do rijrht unless the government gives him leave rifjht to do wrong, whenever an aristocracy of politician, and a hierarchy ssf office holders, command. Because h" pin his faith on the sleeve of government , and make Congress his pope, cardinals and nolv college of Jesuits, to act the part of infallible interpicter tor him, of the Bible and of dut) This is the reason, and the only reason why he obeys. Th law say so, and the law muM be obeyed, right or wrong, till it is altered. Argument always i-e,l by Jesuits and despots, on weak eonseieni-es, and weaker brain. Argument first begotten of Satan, father of lies." If the atrocious doctrine laid down in this extract should , nnfortun itelv , prevail in any coantry. all government would be at an end, and anarchy, in its worst fcrm, would reirn triumphant If obedience to laws la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1851

BE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, FEBRUARY , 1111. Constitutional Convention. On Thursday last, after an interesting discussion, in which many delegate participated, ami gave their warm and decided support to the new Constitution, a resolution was unanimously adopted, that fifty thousand copies of .iid Constitution he printed in the English, and five thousand in German, to he distributed in the different counties in tbc State. On motion of Mr. Watts, each surviving member of the C onstitutional Convention oi 1816, were directed to I..furnished with copies of the Debate und Journals of the Convention. Several reports from the committee of revision were read and concurred in. On yesterday Mr. Bright offered series of sections, providing, that all laws shall continue in force, until superseded by others under the new Constitution, Jkc. The first election under the new Constitution, for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Judges of the Supreme Court, Circuit J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. 8EMI-WEEKLY, U 00 I WEEKLY, a UO VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1851. NO. 38. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, COffice in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS) North Side IVashington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTI N H. B R 0 W N, Pubüsher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION U published every Wednesday and Saturday and Tri-Weekly during the flSBMBM oi lue legislature, at FOOS DOLL ABS A YEAR, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION L published every Thursday, and is famished to subscribers at the fallowing very low rates: Vine Copy, one year. 00 '"aree Copies, one year, 5 00 . ive Copies, one year, 8 00 fwes, tin Clults) one year, 10 UU Of, six montlis 1 00 UM 60 The Money, in all cases, to accompany snbscriptions. ITT" Any person of 1.1 each, slw number than ten. I O-A" IV-l Ma by a recent ilecisi. Uten lor the Inf ii. is a Club of Tut, with cash, at the rate py g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. I Li LI AM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, FEBRUARY tO, 1851. The New Constitution Will be found in another column. It is the only perfect copy new published, having iieen furnished as by the ! Committee on Revision on Monday morning. In our ; humble judgement it is th very best Constitution ever ' framed by a free people, ar.J we hare no doubt but that it will be ratified, bv a Urge majori v on the first Mon- , , , , day m August. The Governor s proclamation, would have accompanied the new instrument, but! for the met that the Constitution (the enrolled copy) has not yet been officially deposited with the Secretary of State. This will be done as somt as the President, who is now absent, retarns; when the Governor will issue bis Proclamation. We shall lay it before our readers-next week. The Convention ordered the printing of 50,000 copies of the Constitution in English, and 5.000 in German. Contrary (as we believe to the wishes or intention ef the Convention...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1851

Sic. 8. Tb General Assembly hall provide for the election, by the voters of the State, of a Stale Superintendent of Public Instruction ; who shall bold his office for two years, and whose duties and compensation shall be prescribed by law. ARTICLE IX. STATE INSTITUTION. Sectio 1. It shall be the the duty of the General Assembly, to provide, by law, for the support of Institutions for the education of the Deaf and Dumb, and of the Blind ; sad also, for the treatment of the Insane. Sac. 2. The General Assrably shall provide Houses of Refuge, for the correction and reformation of juvenile offenders. Sec 3. The county boards shall have power to provide forms, as an asylum for those persons, who, by reason of age, inärmity, or other misfortune, may nave a claim upon the sympathies and aid of society . ARTICLE X FINANCE. Sectio 1. The General Assembly shall provide, by law, fcr a uniform ami equal rate assessment and taxation; and shall presenile such regulations as shall secure a just va...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Senatorial Elections. The Senatorial election in New Jersey, was postponed until the 14th inst. The democrats hare two majority w ILL I AM J. BROWN, Editor, ion joint ballot and have nominated in caucus John R. : Thompson Esn.. of Princeton. There will be some dif- IXDIAXAPOLIM, FEBRUARY 14, 1831. The Statesman A Qaeatioa of Veracity . Wo call attention to the correspondence between Hon G. N. Fitch and Hon. John L. Robinson published in our paper of to-day. A brief history of this mean and con- temptiwe transaction, is dww; pp St. Valentine s day, is a favorable time for such a union. landing oi wese letters, ai me time vr. hp " Acuity in securing for Mr. Thompson, he united vote of the party. In that event it is thought Peter D. Vroom Esq., late Governor of the State, and a man of decided ability will be selected. The democrats have the power , and we hope they will exercise it by a union on some sound and consistent Republican. The 14th of Febuary, being me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1851

--- - , r ' V ' v -Mf iffMilliWTM -Paa-ii T v 3 - V W ii I ff i isäaläai i ii - S"' -5JA . y . . - . as I THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. I " WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. TX-f- XI "Fl XT T TT ' 5 SEMI-WEEKLY, U OO AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. 5 " X . W EEKLY ! 2 00 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1851. NO. 39. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, E7-Office in THE SENTINEL BiriLDINtiSa North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S ttat.t,, AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION I pub. fettled every Wednesday and Saturday and Tri-Weekly during the .-session ot' tiie Legislature, at FOUR DOLLARS A YEAR, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION .1 pabtished every Thursday, and is furnished to subscribers at the following very low rales: One Copy, one year, SVJ 00 Three Copies, one year 5 00 vc Copied, one year, 8 00 j Tel: ret-ies, (in Club) one year UM f)ne Cop-, iii months. 1 00 One Copy, three mouths, 30 The Money, in all cases, to ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIAN APOLIS rKHRVARY n, IUI. The Jeffersonian. "Evil communications cormpt good manners." This was a wis saying of a wise man, who was not only learned in books, bat had studied men and things. Men re more or less influenced for good or evil by their associations It is upon this principle that we account for the wavering course of the Jeffersonian, once one of the most reliable Democratic papers in Indiana. The Editor, Mr. James Elder, tor whom we entertain the kindest feelings, held the office of Postmaster at Richmond, under Ike "Administration of Mr. Polk. He was a momber of the Baltimore Convention in 14, and favored the nomination of üen. Ca, and supported his election with good will and in good faith, thus, by his acts, endorsing the non intervention doctrine of the party, and repudiating the Wilraot proviso. In 149 Mr. Eldex was elected, (on the same ticket with Mr. Julian,) to the House of Representatives. In the State Legis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1851

ßY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. From the .Madison Papers. Washinütoj, Feb. 21, 8 P. M. Schate A communication was received from the Indian bureau in reply to a resolution of the Senate. Explanations Ksre made by Messrs. Eing, Turney, : l'pn fo "I fiv years, from and after the date Gwinn, and Douglass, in regard to certain charges made I ' entry, and also requires the treasurers of the differin the House, last session, against Mr. Ewing, while eti counties in said district to refund all the monies colSecretary of the Interior. lected as taxes on said lunds back to the proper persons. Horsr.. Mr. Giddings asked leave to offer a resolu- j I bad the honor of introducing this bill, and, in justice tion inquiring of the President whether Mr. Thompson t my constituents and mysell, I cannot remain silent had not been assaulted in Springfield, Mass., and his j and see the bill disposed of without giving my views on the personal liliersy endangered, contrary to our treaty stip- subject. I do not know ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1851

Sc. 8. No lottery shall be uotnorixed ; oor shall the ale of lottery tickets be allowed. Sec. 9. The following grounds owned by the State n Indianapolis, namely : the State House Square, the Governor's Circle, and so mnch of oat-lot numbered one hundred and forty-seven, as lies north of the arm of the Central Canal, shall not be sold or leased. Sc. 10. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly, to provide ."Sr the permanent enclosure and preservation of the Tippecanoe Battle Ground. ARTICLE XVI. AMENDMENTS. ?i:cTto 1. Any amendment or amendments to this Cons Gene n, may be proposed in either tirancn oi me n, may lie pronuscu in eiuicr uiaum u .. and if the same shall be agreed to j by a the two ' hbu ;ironoed amendment or amendments shall, , with the yeas ami nays thereon, be entered on their journals, and relerred t. the General Assembly to be cbosen at tlie next reneral election, and if, in tbe General Assembly so next chosen, such proposed amendmeni or amendments shall I agree...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 March 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. ) AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. SEMI-WEEKLY, $4 00 I WEEKL, S 00 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1851. NO. 40. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, IT-Office in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS. AbrtA Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S wat.t., AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher, THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION !s pub. toiied every Wednesday and Saturday ami Tri-Weekly during the Session or' die Legislature, at FOUR DOLLARS A TEAR, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION is published every Thursday, and is furnished to subscriber at the followuig very low rales: t)ne py. out year, 00 Three Copies, one year, 5 00 Fir Copies, on year, 8 00 gm Capiea, (in Qlufcs) one year, 10 00 te Copy, sx mouths. 1 00 M Copy, ihre months, fO The Money, in all cases, to accompany subscriptions. Sn" Any person sending- u a Club of Tm, with cash, at the ra e ft SI. 00 each, shall have a copy grant Cor one ear. For a great r h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 March 1851

' mm m.mm j m. . - - - r , -- - - - - - - - - ... . IVrTvi nmimn r,n-mirnr II IM A 4 K K I Iii Mil WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. IXDIAN'APOLIS, MARCH O, 1S31. Tbc Georgia Lauds. The litor of the Indiana Journal publishes the peeeh of Mr. Usher in relation ta the Georgia lands, and with a flourish of trumpets says " Wc should like to learn the amnion of our neighbor of the Stntind on this subject. Will they publish the speech of Mr. Ushei ? If so, we ugree to publish any speech , made by any democratic memUr, in reply to it." The natural inference to be drawn from tho remarks of the Journal is, that the net quieting the claim of Mr. wrccn, ... party measure, - uy .u, .u .... . tcr the speeches of democratic members? So far as Mr. Usher and the editor of the Journal are concerned, we bave no doubt but their object is to make political capital; but while we find such leaJing whigs as Mr. Piatt and others supporting Mr. Green's claim, that object will fail entirely of its mark This whole ma...

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