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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

Attevwt to steal the Remains of Washington . During the debate in Congress on the resolution to remove the remains of W ashington from Mount Vernon to the Capitol , it was contended that the exposed situation ot the tomb where they now rest , rendeied an attempt to i obit of its contents almost certain of success . It was asserted lhat such a robbery had been conttmpltiled by certain foreigners , and that in fact , some years ago , a gardener in the employment of judge Washington , did enter and rob the tomb and carried away the coffin which he supposed to contain the remains of General Washington , intending to exhibit them in England , but finding in the morning that tho coffin was lhat ol Lawrence Washington , which in the darkness he had mistaken for that of the General , he left it on the bank of the river concealed IU the brush wood , ivs after .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

MR . HAYNES SPEECH . Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Charleston , South Carolina , to his friend in Congress , dated , Feb . 7 . 1832 . Our eyes are all turned anxiously on your deliberations for the decision of the great question w hich distracts our Southern country . Mr . HayneV speech , although we expected something extravagant , came upon us like a thunderbolt , The dark colors win . h lie has mingled in his picture of our poverty and wretchedness are considered , by all intelligent men whom 1 have heard speak of ibis subject , us ihe phantoms of an excited imagination . — We look about us in vain for the signs of the distress he so eloquently describes . We have wandered ihrough the city and searched fur the signs of desohuicn , in those streets where business has ever been done , but in vain . We have examined the custom house citries , and are astonished that he ( Mr . Hayne ) should have made such an assertion with regard to our commerce , without an examination ...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

[ From the Illinois Monthly Magazine . ] RUSHVIELE . The seat of justice of Schuyler county , is situated upon the south-west quarfer of section 30 , township 2 north , range 1 west . The village is handsomely situated on the arm of a prairie , which expands in front of it , to the j North , while the other three sides are surj rounded by timber . The population is about 400 . There are two taverns , five stores for the sale of merchandize , two physicians , three lawyers , three blacksmiths shops , about fifteen carpenters , one stonecutter . several bricklayers , & c . The houses are mostly framed , and painted . An excellent brick Court House , one of the best in Illinois , is in a state of considerable forwardness , and will soon be finished . There is also a brick school house . in which a good school for boys is kept . A Presbyterian minister and a Methodist preacher reside here . They have a Sunday school and a Temperance Society . Good water is obtained in wells ...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

John F . Sarchet ( an English resident of New York ) a prominent free trade advocate and memorialist to Congress , & c . has been convicted by a verdict of a jury of an attempt to evade the revenue laws of the United States .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

Twenty-two emigrants on their way to the Oregon territory , arrived in Baltimore last evening , in the brig Ida , from Boston . They have with them their necessary traveling and camp equipages , and are about to lake up their line of march , through the West to that far distant land . [ Baltimore Patriot .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

The Naples Gazette of the 7 th inst . says : —In addition to our former account of the eruption of Vesuvius , vvc have to state , that in the afternoon of the 22 d of December and the following night , the shocks from the mountain became much more frequent and perceptible , and were felt in all the neighboring country , and hollow roarings were heard every moment . On the 3 d inst the lava from the mouth of the cratur had become 25 feet broad . It is a curious circumstance , that the first substances of which the lava consisted have , in cooling , been formed into three arches like a bridge , under which the current which now issues from it runs . On the same day the lava had reached the base of the volcano , keeping the direction of the hermitage of St . Savior , running over the old beds formed in 1767 , 1779 , and 1822 , and encumbering the plains called Ginstre . Its greatest extent is a quarter of a mile , and its depth about fifteen feet . The mountain throws up at intervals...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

PARIS , Feb . 11 . —A foreign intrigue forms at present an object of great interest to France ; it is the abdication of Frederick William III ., King of Prussia , now in his 62 d year , in favor of his son , Frederick William , born in 1785 . The sufferings of the old King , during the campaigns which he carried on against Bonaparte , and during which he at one period found himself with scarcely any territory , have given him sufficient experience to dread the results of battles ; he has therefore lately contributed very much to preserve the peace of Europe , and it is a wellknown compliment paid this monarch by a late French ambassador , and on which he prides himself very much , that he is the pacificator of Europe . But there is a war party in Prussia , at the head of which is the present Prince Royal , an enthusiastic , and as it is asserted , ignorant man . who is now influenced very much by his Dutch and Russian connections . Efforts are now said to be made to induce the old...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

EXPEDITION TO THE NIGER . —It is , we are informed , the intention of a company of merchants at Liverpool to equip a steamer of 100 tons burthen , and other vessels for a trading voyage up the Niger . We have further learned that the merchants have it in contemplation to send a limited number of Moravian Missionaries with the expedition , who are to remain in the country ; though this matter is , we believe , as yet undecided . The vessels it is expected , will leave Liverpool about May next . [ Literary Gazette .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

STRANGE DKVELOPEMENTS .--The Wash- ington Telegraph of March 26 , contains a long article in relation to the stupendous fraud , said to have been attempted upon government , by John It . Eaton , and others . We shall not publish this article in full ; and we hope our readers will be satisfiedwith ^ a notice of its leading features . Gen . Green says that soon after the elec tion of gen . Jackson , gov . Houston , of Tennessee , resigned his office , and took up his residence among the Indians west of the Missippi river . About the first of January thereafter he visited Washington . He had formerly been the intimate friend and protege of the general , but for some cause a great coolness existed between him and Eaton . An intimacy , however , was immediately observed to exist between Houston and Eaton . They were frequently seen iu consultation . Houston was also frequently seen at the President s ; and at one of the President s evening parties , when most of the company had left the ...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

THE JoiR ^ AIi . Not the glory of fa . ir , but the , v el fa re of Rome . SPHINGriELD-APRII . 19 , 1839 .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

• GKOSOI * A . VD TffE Dmstoy . —Thekutr of ex-governor Troup , which follows , gives strong indications of the course which Georgia will pursue in relation to the decision of the supreme court -. MiMilBS ^ zM m . mm § pr : : ;;;„ % >^ : p : \ ^ llie . r worst ^ ; and ^ if in lliolasl Ji-esort ^ EM Te neeTi . e- ^ Dear Sirs , very respectfully yours , G . M . TROUP . The views of governor Lumpkin on thi the same subject , are thus given in the New York Advocate : Letters were received to-day from Governor Lumpkin , by several of the Georgia Repre sentativvs , on the subject of the decision ant mandate of the Supreme Court . The Governor declares that he shall continue to enforce the laws of Georgia—any law , decision , mandate , or procedure of the Federal Govemmeni to the contrary , notwithstanding . He had not yet heard from Judge Dougherty , upon whom the mandate was served , but he will refuse to discharge the missionaries , even should the Judge issue a Habe...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

The Alton paper states that a mail is to be carried twice-a-week , in a four-horse stage , to commence in a few days , between Springfield and St . Louis , to pass through Jacksonville , Carrolton , fcc .

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POSTSCRIPT . tf [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

POSTSCRIPT . tf MORE INDIAN TROUBLES . —Last Evening Gen . T . M . NEALE received , by express , the annexed order from the I Commander in Chief . From this order , it appears that the governor is determined , at once , to drive Black Hawk and his associates , from the limits oi our State . There can be no object in parleying any farther with him or his gang . Summary and spirited measures must be used , or our citizens will be subjected yearly to the incursions of this Indian banditti . We have not learnt the number of troops which the governor has called out—000 is the amount from Gi-n . Neale s brigade . — Other brigade * in our vicinity have , without doubt , been called upon for troops . The Gth regt . U . S . Infantry , which left Jefferson Barracks on the 8 th instant , have arrived at Rock Island . TO GENERAL , T . M . NEAI . E . You are hereby commanded ( o cause six hundred men of your brigade , to meet at Beardstown on the 22 d instant , without fail . I have ordere...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

WBT 7 SPRING GOODS . H . F . UI 1 A . Ac CO , HAVE just received in addition to theh former stock , a beautiful assortment oi SPRING AND SIMMER GOODS , —viz . — Super black , olive , blue , green and mixel Broadcloths and Cassimeres • Marseilles and Valentia Vesting * ; Angola and cotton Cassimeres ; French Drillings ; Irish Linen ; Nankeen and Seersuckers ; Long lawn and bird s eye Diaper ; Ladies and gent s silk and cotton Hose : Gent s white and mixd half Hose ; Shawls , scarfs , and fancy Hkfs . ( newstyle ; Thread and bobbinet Laces ; Inserting and Purling ; Damask Table Cloths ; Ornamental feather Fans ; Bonnet and fancy Ribbons ( latest fashion ) . Plain and figured Bateste : Black , pink and green Barege ; Carolina stripes ; Ginghams ; A large and splendid assortment of CaliBlack and changeable gro de Nap ; Super Italian Lustring and sinchew Ssilk Plain and figured fancy cold Bombazetts ; Single and double Capes ; Gentleman s hair stocks ; Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs ;...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

Just received per steam boat Talisman , the following Fresh and Seasonable C 2-OOUS , which will be sold on reawnable terms : BBLS . Sugar ; sacks Conee ; Chests Tea ; Bbis . Beer—excellent quality ; Whiskey , very good ; * Peach Brandy , superior quality ; Kegs Cordial ; Casks Cheese , extra quality ; Bbfs . Salt ; Sacks Liverpool Blown Salt , for table Bbls . Mackarel , No . 1 ; * 4 Shad , first quality ; Boxes Soap ; Bbls . Linseed Oil ; AV lute Lead , ground in oil ; Verdigrise , Du Font s Gun Powder ; Metal Taps ; Painted Water Buckets ; Cedar and Pine Churns ; White Pine Boards and Plank , seasoned slutf ; White Pine Window Sash , a superio article : Boxes Window Glass , 8 by 10 , 10 by 12 , and U by 18 ; Painted Liquor Kegs ; Grind Stones , first rate ; • together with a good assortment of Fresh , Fashionable and Seasonable DR-3 T GOODS , all of which will be disposed of at the lowest price for cash , by V . A . BOGUE . N . B . The above articles will be delivered at Port...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

FTJE 1 XOS SALE Off SCHOOL LANDS . fMl HERE will be offered to the highest hidJL der on the fourth Monday of April next , for Cash in hand , at the Court House in Springfield , between the hours of nine in the morning and six in the afternoon , section numbered sixteen , in townships sixteen and seventeen north , of range five west , and townships fifteen and sixteen north , of range four west , in such quantities as shall be ju-oposed by the Trustees of each township , and in con formity to the laws relating to the sale of the sixteenth section or other lands in lieu thereof WM F . ELKIN . Commissioner and Agent for San gamon County . March 5 , 1832 . 18

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

School Land * for sale . WTOTll F . is hereby riven , thai there will be lU offered for a de , to the highest 1 l Ider , at the Court If . use in Pekin . on -le 1 st M ,. i . Ji , i-i . 11 , y ¦ of ) Ifing fba I , Tazo w tl Count . . and ,-o ; , t , u „ , from day lo dav . un school lauds , ! pl . ivo , die loth section of school lot township 24 , in and offering each tiie maps , by , March 1 . flr-38 .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

WAIVTED , fitg \ CORDS Tan Bark Black and White « # V Oak ; 82 50 per cord for the former , S 3 00 for the latter , will be given in store goods or Lcaih er Applv to H . TURNER . WM . PROCTOR . Wanted , also , an Apprentice to the Tanning business . April 5 . —22

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 19 April 1832

Saw Los ? * Wanted . IHERAI . price will bo given for any AL quantity of Cherry , White mid Black Walnut , Ash and Oak saw Logs , delivered at the Portland Steam Mill . ( JC /^ A few first rate hands wanted . Constant employment given to one or two good teams . April 5 , 1832 .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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