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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWX, Editor. ) TXT EEKLY J WEEKLY, Per Annum, l.OO AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. $ W W DAILY, ...00 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1851. NO. 50. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, CrOflice ia THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HAI.L, AUSTIN H. BROWN, Pubüsher. ONE DOLLAR ! ! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! m l -i l tv 1 .1 lf 1 die mm m ami in advakce i i Any person sending ten subscribers will be entiuea to one copy grans, r ruin me nri ui -uij subscribers in Marion County will receive their pa pers through the mail free of postage. At all Post Offices within 50 miles the postage will be five cents a quarter, and all within three hundred miles ten cents per quarter. The State Sentinel will contain the latest and most important news by telegraph, as well as the mails, and will contain more reading matter than any of the Eastern weeklies. The coming election is an important one. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. I N D I A N A P 0 L I S : MONDAY MORNING, MAT It, 1851. Marion County Democratic Ticket. FOR REPS E9E3TAT1VES, HENRY BRADY, of Warren township. ISAAC SMITH, of Centre township. FOR COUJfTY COMMISSIONER, POWELL HOWLANO, of Centre township. FOR ASSESSOR, JACOB ROBERTS, or Washington township. FOR CORONER, S. A. PERRY, of Centre township. Conf retsional Conventions. FimsT District, at Troy, Perry county, on Thürsday. April 17, 131. Second District, at Lexington, Scott county, on Thursday, April 24, 1351 Third District, at Napoleon, Ripley county, oo Friday, My 2, 1351. Fifth District, at Indianapolis, Marion county, on Thumlay May 15, 1351. Sixth District, at Bloomfleld, Greene County, on Wednesday, May 21, 1851. Eighth DisTaicT, at Williamsport, Warren county, n Tuesday, June 10th, 1351 . Ninth District, at Plymouth, Marshall county, on Thursday, May 22d, 1351. Teth District, at Huntington, on Thursday, May fS, 1851. XT' The Journal is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. UPOSTED FOB THE BT THE O DAILY STATE SEN TUTEL, EIELLI LIKE. Fron Charleston. SOUTH CAROLINA CONVENTION. Charleston, Mar 5. The country delegates are arriving by scores. Fite hundred have already arrived, ami a large majority of! kuciu ug :imi mi cveuiun , which seems) iu u re"ieu upon . Tbe excitement increases, and the merchant are alarmed . The Convention will meet in tbe Military Hall at four o'clock this afternoon. Tbe city U crowded with strangers. Charleston, S. C, May 6. The proceedings of the convention to-day authorize us to announce that tbo separate Slate section will certainly triumph bv overwhelming majority. A resolution of Rhen's ha been tearfully enthusiastic. Langdon Cbeves, , anu juuge Duller, who were in lavor oi moderation were Dorne down. South Carolina is hxed lor secession. Great excitemeeut has prevailed to-day throughout the city. Charleston. May 7. Ltugdon Cheves hts addressed the convention, opposing separate action of South Carolin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Prom the Kentucky Statesman. J John James A n d u b o a . BY PARKE COODWIS. ,( LCDEI'.j I5CIDKS Tl. The incidents it must be supposed, of expeditions of tins sort, are many and striking. Exposed to danger on every side, by floods, by tempests, by fires, by wild beasts, and by the hand of man, his life was a perpetual scene of vicissitudes and adventures. Some of these it may be entertaining to refer to. At one time in the month of November, traveling through the barrens of Kentucky, he remarked a sudden and strange darkness issuing from the western horizon. Ar first he supposed it might u : . r ii I i : uc a tumiii" muiiiiui uiuiiuur auu laiu. ncuauuiuceeded about a mile, when he heard what he imagin- ' ed to hi the distant n.mhlin of a violent tornado. He had pro He spurred his horse, with the view of galloping to a place of shelter, but the animal, apparently more sagacious than the rider, nearly stopped, or rather moved forward slowly, placing one loot bef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. 111,1 A M J. BROWN, Editor. ) TTT p Tp T ""7" ( WEEKLY, Per iinom, l.OO AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. S VV J-l J-J Ii JUJ J. . DAILY, .0O VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1851. NO. 5b INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, IWVffr . f hi. .InintnnA mnm than nnv nthor pnn.o 1 tn I I - ' J I J be attributed tbe success of Mr. Van Buren in Illinois. ETOffice in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS ,a Arorth Si de Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. OE DOLLAR ! ! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! leap and Good Reading for the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SEXTIMX In December, 1840. he was appointed Secretary of State, and in the following February he was elected by tbe Legislature a Supreme Judge. In 1843 he was elected to Congress, and took bis seat at tin opening of the 28th Congress. His first effort was in support of the bill to refund the fine imposed on Gen. Jac kson for the declaration of martial law at New Orlean...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. I NDI ANAPOLI S : MONDAY MORNI1H5, MAY , 1851. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. rOE CONGRESS, Thomas a. Hendricks, of fcelby county. FOR PROSECCTIXG ATTORNEY, DAVID S. GOODING, of Hancock County. Marion County. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, HENRY BRADY, of Warren township. ISAAC SMITH", of Centre township. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, POWELL HOWLAND, of Centre township. FOR ASSESSOR, JACOB ROBERTS, of Washington township. FOR CORONER, 8. A. PERRY, of Centre township. Congressional Conventions. Sixth District , at Bloomneld, Greene County, on Wednesday, May 21, 1831. Ninth District, at Plymouth, Marshall county, on Thursday, May 22d, 1851. Tbmth District, at Huntington, on Thursday, May 23, 1851. Eighth District, at Williamsport, Warren county, on Tuesday, June 10th, 1S5I. Thomas A. Hendricks. We place at the head of our editorial column, the name of this gentleman, who received the nomination at the Congressional District Convention, on last Thursday. Mr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1851

BY .MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. REPOSTED FOB THE BT THE O DAILY STATE SENTINEL. HIELLT LINE. From Washington. Washington, May 15. May, who shot his wife on Monday as she was enter ing her bouse, was fully committed this morning fur murder. From New York. FIRE IN NEW YORK. New You, May 15. About 5 o'clock this morning a (ire broke out in the hip chandlery of White St Roberts, South street. Betör the flames could be subdued property t the amount of $65.000 was destroyed. Mostly all covered by insurance. From Providence. RHODE ISLAND ELECTION NrWS. Providence, May 15. The returns from the election held here shows the choice of Mr. Burses, whir, for Mayor, by 14 majority; also of twenty -one council. the entire whin ticket for aldermen, and whigs and three democrats for common From Annapolis. MARYLAND CONVENTION. Annapolis, May 14. Tha reform Convention adiourned sin die about dav light this morning. Much dissatisfaction is expressed towards lue new Consul u'ton From Philadelphia. Philadelphia,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Address of Got. Wright, at Cauucltou. May 1st, 1841. I Finow Cm!: Shortly after the commencement f my present olficial duties in conversation with your enterprising and useful fellow-citizcn, Hamilton Simla, a promise was made oa my part to visit your city, to witness for myself the great advanige- you have in ibis part of the State for manutaclur.ng, to see the working of the spindle and loom in Indiana, to view the labor of the mechanic and manufacturer by the side of the husbandman. In pursuance of that promise, and the kind request of your fellew-citizens, I am present ta-tiay. at this time, to encourage the euterprtze so favorably commenced among you. I have thrown together a few thoughts, which have ccurred to me, in the hurry and excitement of other duties. If they shall bo calculated to induce others, who are more competent, to look into the great resources of our State, or tend to the developemeut of the same, or i in any way shall have a tendency to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. WEEKLY. ( WEEKLY, Per Annum. tl.00 ( DAILY, 6.00 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1851. NO. 52. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, ET-Offiee in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS Sörth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. 0E DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! Cheap and Goud Reading for the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to single subscribers at the low rate of OIE DOLLAR FEE AIM II ADVANCE! ! Any person sending ten subscribers will be entitled to one copy gratis. From the first of July next subscribers in Marion County will receive their papers through the mail free of postage. At all Post Offices within 50 miles the postage will be five cents a quarter, and all within three hundred miles ten cents per quarter. The State Sentinel will contain the latest and most important news by telegraph, as well as the mails, and will contain mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: MONDAY MORNING, MAT 6, 18M. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION? FOB COBORES9, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Shelby County. FOR PBOIBCCTIKO ATTOMEY, DAVID S. GOJDING, of Hancock County. Marion County. FOB REPRESEXTATIYES, ÖLNRY BRADY, of Warren township. ,JSAAC SMITH, of Centre township. Ton COf.T'IY COMMISSIONER, POWELL HOWLA.VD, of Centre towwhip. for assessor, JACOB F.OBERTS, of Washington township. FOR CGilOXER, S A. PERRY, of Centre township. Congressional Conventions. Tenth District, at Hun ling ton, on Thursday, May a, i33i. Eighth District, at Williamsport, Warren county, on Tuesday, June 10th, 1351. 37The Journal intimates that all our information in relation to the enemies of the administration, was picked op ia the oyst.T cellars at Washington. 0 ir neighbor to understand this matter. He knows all about . . . union mat prouu utie .imei lean citizen, ' is tne properthe places to get authentic tnformatioin, and if he would j tyof u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1851

9 BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH, REPORTED FOB THE DAILY STATE BEE TUTEL, BT THE O'RIELL Y LINE, Prom New York. ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. New York, May 21. The Africa arrived at 9 o'clock this morning. She ailed from Liverpool at 4 o'clock P. M., on the 10th int. Har date are three days later from Loudon and the Continent, ami four days later from Liveipool. The most important item of Commercial news is the decline of d..ijd. for ordinary and middling cotton. The Africa brings 93 pMaeasara and full freight. She made the voyago in 10 days, 17 hours. Nothing extraordinary has happened to disturb the great show. The Metropolitan Journals are fitted with It n'ihy notices of the many wonders of Britili and Foreign art, and we are lef to believe that the year 1851 will form a grand era in civilization and progress. Parliamentary Proceedings. In toe House of Commons Mr. Cog ley brought forward his motion for the repeal of the Malt tax. He said the effect of the tax was to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. "From he Drawing Room Companion. Love in a Cottage. a SKETCH BY THE OLD 'UJT. "Tell tie Charley, who is that fascinating creature in blue ihit waltzes so divinely?" aAedyoang Frank Belmont of his friend Charles Hastings, at they stood "playing waU-flower" for the moment at a military "Julia Heathcote," answered Charles, with a half sigh, "aii old flame of mine. I proposed, but she refused me.' "On what ground?" "Simply because I had a comfortable income. Her head is full of romantic notions, and she dreams of nothing but love in a cottage. She contends that poverty is esse ilia to happiness and money its bane." "Hats' you given up all hopes of her?" "Entirely in fact, I'm engaged." "Then you have no objection to my addressing this dear romantic angel?" "Xone whatever. But I see my fiancee excuse me, I must walk through the next quadrille with her." Frank Belmont was a stranger in Boston a New Yorker immensely rich and fashionable, but his reputation had not p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 June 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor tor. ) $ WEEKLY, Per Annum, 1.00 ( DAILY, Ö.0O AUSTIN II. BKOW.N, Publi VOL, XL INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1851. NO. 1. k 1 ) lAlsItW QTATF PTIPr LULLV1 klillU HUJ I IJUIii A ÜAZETTK OF THE PEOPLE, tOffice in THE M M I.M.'L IDIUMISII A-jrth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, A IT ST I IF l R 0 V Y Plil.ik.lf r A KJ a X I Jl II. V 11 J n a j I UU11MH Is 0K DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! l ri J r I ' .1 lT'll' t Uieap aiHl llOiHl Ueadlllü lOr I IM' J.l.llOl.! TUP IVPPL'1 V JIMI'D CPYTIYLT I I I I'- ? LI-kLl Ol.tlfc. I I.NhiL Will be sent to singl- subscribers at the low rate of SIE DOLLAR FEB AIHH II ADVANCE ! ! Any person sending ten subscriber will be entitled o cife copy gratis. Froai the first of July next subscribers in Marion County will receive their pipers through the mail free of pottage. At ull Post Offices within 50 miles the postage will be five ceafla aquirter, and all within three hu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 June 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. I INDIANAPOLIS : MO SPAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1861. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR CONGRESS, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Shelby County. rCK PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, DAVID S. GOODING, of Hancock County. Marion County. FOR HEPRESE.1TATIVE, HENRY Bit AD Y, of Warren township. ISAAC SMITH, of Centre township. TOR COI STY COMMISSIONER, POWELL HOW LAND, of Centre township. FOR ASSESSOR, JACOB ROBERTS, of Washington township. roR CORONER, S. A. PERRY, f Centre township. - Congresijonnl Conventions. Eighth District, at Wüliamsport, Warren county on Tuesday, Jana 10th. 1ü1. Candidate- tor Congress. D?m. Wilis. ist Distrirt, James Lockhrt, L. Q. DeBrcleb. 2d District, Cvrus L. Dunham, Roger Martin. 3d District, John L. Robinson, Johsmn Watts. ... n-. . u n S S. W. Parker, m District, W m. Daily, j Q w Ab. Utk District, Thomas A. Hen-pricks. an. n-- i S Wn i.:s A. G IKMA.V, Wi District, -( q w Cabb (independent.) 7th Diitrut, 8th Dittrte W. K. Rociister. 9A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 June 1851

sssssssaaaaaaaaal H I - 1 Hi BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH kBPOHTKD FOR THE DAILY STATE SENTINEL. BT THE O'RIELLY LINE. From Terre llaaie. Teere Haute, Mäv 31 Steamer Visitor came in collision with Hiram Powers four miles below this place, at six o'clock last evening, I fcne imiutdiately sunk in twenty feet water. No lives i. p 9 ! , w i rum .ivur ir. h , v , pdo ' , iLr111" : DAY S LAI LR I ROM LUROFL. j New York, June 2. ; The steamship Washington, from Southampton, May lt.t, arrived uns eveiuni, at 4 o'clock. 5he brings London dates to 21st Mav, and 153 passengers. - 7 B ... . The steamer HumU.Mt arrived at Lowes,. May ISth. Tl A ...i- I I .t V ivarn.inl lh. 17lh Asia arrived at Liverpool, the 17lh. la propeller L .fay. tt-, of Philadelphia, 14 days out. spoken Ii the 26th of May, when 4 days out. She the W3 broke her air-pump, and from that time had worked her high-pressure ensine. She required no assistance Mauri.-e Doyle, of Springfield. 111., a passenger in in the Washington, died on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 June 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL.. Presentation of Testimonial to .Hr. Owen. Prof. Larrabe remarks hava not yet been furnibel s. We will publish tbein as soon as they are received. On receif mg- from Prof. Larkabee, the Silver Pitcher presented by the women of Indiana; Mr. Owen replied am follows: I should be wholly unworthy of the beautiful gift, which this day I receive, Sir. at your hands, did I not feel, even from the heart's depths, that it brings an honor far beyond what o rice can conler or political distinction bestow. These, though we may fairly and houorbly aspire to them, are still but every day prizes, the ' trapping? that must fall to someone's lot; sometimes the mere reward of selfish intrigue. This is the freewill offering of those, who rarely indeed step forth be yond the pilvacy of domestic seclusion, and can be acmated now, in so doing, but by a single motive, to testify gratitude for service rendered, or believed to be rendered, to their sex. It is a c lotuua thing, on such...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. i - . . .... , WILL1AX J. BROWN, Editor. -TTT T "R K" T, V 5 MEEKLY, Per Aanom, I.OO AUSTIN II. UltOWX. Publisher. 5 VW (DAILY, O.OO VOL. XL INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1851. NO. 2. f"M"g?g!!??;??M"""""M"""""T - ! M INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, l "Office ia TI1L si NTI.MiL BsTTlI lrTTTW g North Side IFashingff i, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN II. BKMVX, Publisher. OJTE DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! fi 1 ID 1" t I If II' I IM ill! illlU UOtlU iltMUlIK! IUI MM .UI11MMI. THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL r-n i -ik -v . .1- l .... r U ill be sent to mg- sub r.bers at the low rate of nir nnnin dm am tih AnviiPiMi Ullil UUblmll 1 DU H II Ii U ill 111 ÜUlüilUlj!! Any person sending ten subscribers will be entitied to one copv gratfs. From the first of Julv next , ., . 1 , ... . . subscr.be s in Marion County will receive their papers through the mail free of postage. At all Post . Offices within 50 miles the postnge w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. I INDIANAPOLIS : ITIOXDAY MORX1.NG, JUNE 9, 1851. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR C05CRBM, THOMAS A. 1IEXDRK KS, of Shelby Couuty. FOR PROSECfTISG ATTOBSET, DAVID S. GOODING, of Hancock County. Marion County. TOR REPRESENTATIVES, HENRY BRADY, of Warren township. ISAAC SMITH, of Centre township. FOR COl'STY COMMISSIONER, POWELL HOWLAND, of Centre township. FOR ASSESSOR, JACOB ROBERTS, of Washington township. FOR CORONER, t A. PERRY, of Centre township. Candidates for Congress. Dem. Whig. James Lockhart, L. Q. DtBruler. Cyrus L. Dunham, Rger Martin. John L. Robinson, Johnson Watts. Wm Dvily $ S W Parker, W m. Daily, g w JcliaS) Ab T. A. Hendricks. 1st Di trict, 2d District, 3d District, 4M District, bth District, 6tk District, 7th District, 8th Distrtct. 9th Li! riet. ) W. A. Gorman, ( G. W. Ca RR, (Ind.) Eli P. Far.mjlR. W. K. Rochster. Schuyler Colfax. G. N. Fitch. MM DUtrict, James W. Borten. Public Speaking. Thoma A. Hendricks, candida...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOB TfiR DAILY STATE SENTDFEL, BY THE O ' RIELL Y LIMB From New York ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA LATER FROM EUROPE. New York, June 4 reptfted "humbns exposer," arc both in this city 'the former charging $1, an J the latter 25e. admittance. Neither attract much attention. From New York. ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC LATEST FROM EUROPE. New York, June 7. Tho steamship Pacific, from Liverpool, with dales to the rHli ult., reached her wharf at 121 o'clock. She The steamship Asia frorq Liverpool, with dates to the sailed from Liverpool at 10 o'clock on the 28th, and brings about bu passensers. Io tidinirs ol the propeller Lafayette had reached 21tfi uli.. arrived at 8 o'clock ibis niornin Liverpool Markets. Cotton had declined fully one ! fourth d. Sales for the week 41,000 bales. Market on Liverpool when the Pacihc sailed. fMtunlity steady. 5.tle or 6,0U0 bales up to 2 o clock. Wheat dull. Last sales of Flour 6d. lower. Philadelphia and Baltimore 2Us.6da21s.6il. Ohio 20...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Prom tbe LonJoa Athenaeum. The Great Industrial Exhibition. On Thursday morning last, amidst tbe roar of cantbe voice of trumpets, and the pomp ami pa geantry of a royal ceremonial, the great fact of the year was announced, the Exhibition ol the VV orks I tnd'Utry ol all .Nations was openeu in njoe rare. It is hardlv a figure of speech to sav, that all the world was represented at the ceremony. Hoy dty was there. The delegates of Kings were there. The deputies of foreign nations were there. Much of all that Europe boasts as most distiuguished in rank and renins . in wealth and lasinon, was gainereu on me r i ..,.., I n..!,,;.,.,.! ,i, rat ol May wi hin the Crystal Palace ,ianil the hunred thousand votaries of Labor, proud of -,, te.nn dred thou Die. nro jder still of the event winch tor years to come will lend a new dignity, a fresh interest to their toils, crowded round the wondrous work, and eched back the joyous acclamations of those within the building wh...

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