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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. ESÄM2U WEEKLY. ZT:".:::::iZ , . ' - i - ' " ' . ' ' ' " ' 1 - i - - , , . - -1, i i i , ir i ' i - i,-- . . , - . , - , VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1851. . NO. 3. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, E?-Office in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGSQJ North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. 0K DOLLARS! Let theee be höbe light! Cheap and (io:xl Rcadiii for the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to tingl: subscribers at the low rate of is an unfair and demagogic al mode of treating a quesflll? nniTID BPD IHM II A Hir AVni? I I i tion' whith cvery honest man will despise. IfthomeaUAA UULLflii IM All Jl UiU 111 flil V illlLlj ! ! s,,re h ld ,,oon POP"'", would have been claimed as Any person sending ten subscribers will be enti-: Whi? We shall at some future time take up tied to one copy gratis. From the first of July next this law, and show its effect on the question of taxas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. I M D I A N A POL IS : MONDAY MOKMNC Jl XE 16. mat. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. rOR COSGRESS, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Shelby County. FOR PROSECI TIXG ATTORSEY, DAVID S. GOODING, ol" Hancock County. Marion County. a FOR REPRESENTATIVES, HENRY BRADY, of Warren township. I;A.VC SMITH, of Centre township. FOR COt'JJTY COMMISSIONER, POWELL HOW LAND, of Centre township FOR ASSESSOR, JACOß ROBERT!, of Wellington township. FOR CORON KR, S. A. PERRY, of Centre township. Public Speaking. THOM AS A. HENDRICKS, candidate for Cnress. will address the citizens of Bartholomew county at the following mentioned times and plates, to-wit: J Monday, 23d June, at 1 oVIock, at place of holding elections in H u ri-on township. Tuesday, 21th Juna, at 10 o'clock, at James Thomptons, in Wayne lowMaip. Tie sd tv," June 21th, ut 3 o'clock, at Elizabethtown, in Satidcreek township. Wednesday. 23:h June, at 10 o'clock, at Burris' Spring in Rockcreek townsliip. w , Wed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1851

BY MAG NET I TELEGRAPH, kETOBTED FOB THE DAILY STATE SENTINEL. BY THE O'RIELLY LINE. From Albdny. Albany, June" 10. Both Houses met at 12 o'clock, and after organization, Gov. Hunt sent in his Message, which occupies two columns, all devoted to matter which has been the principal cause of the Special Session; it speaks of the sudden adjournment of last Legislature, and thinks that the people plainly slwvwed ly their coarse in the special election, that they are in Uvor of die Canal eularge-ment. Interesting from New York. New York, June 11. In the Cuban Invasion case before the U. S. District Court, a motion for a Commission from New Orleans to take teMimony was denied, and the trial waa set down for Wednesday next, 18th inst. Mr. Prentice, who has iust returned from California. broujjbt witii him a lump of gold, nearly pure, weighing ' v ounces, valued at $ 1ÜUU. Mr. r. intends sending n to me World s rair A case of unusual interest was tried in our Stinromo ' Coart yesterday. In 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. The Orphan Boy. A TOUCHING STORY. The bustle of the fig-tit was over ; the prisoners had keen secured, and the decks washed down, and the schooner had once more relapsed into midnight's quiet repose. I sought my hammock ana soon leu tor remarked to him, " 1 have seen your master very asleep. But my slumbers were disturbed by M , ow before, and he revived; and perhaps he will dreams, which, like visions of a fever, agitated tixl , asrain." "John knows better !han that, sir." He unnerved me. The last strife, the hardships of my lnen looked at the Doctor with great intensity, and early life, and a thousand other things, mingled -j in an earnest and distinct manner, " I contoge'fner as figures in a phantasmagoria. Suddenly j firrn every disposition in my will, especially lhat reft hand was laid on my shoulder and starting up I be- j SUecting my slaves, whom 1 have manumitted, and held the surgeon's mate. for whom I have made provision." "Little Dick, sir, is dyin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publiker. WEEKLY. C WEEKLY, Per Annum, ei.du I DAILY, .0O VOL. XL INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1851. NO. 4. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, CTOflice iu THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL A IT f T T U PDAWV PnUl!!. A v U 1 1 Ii Ii . üliu w i miif uii. O K DOLLAR ! ! ' LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! l ri j D J f U i'V ! I (leap anil trOOO Heading IOr Hie MllllOn. THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL W:n i . , , . I . ,1 i . -f ill hp un In aino-lr uihrnlur at Ine low rate nl , n.ll nninn nun . XT W IT II TW inniMnil ..! I. ,,ak rr.K All m i a varum . j. . , ., .,, . .. I Anv nprtnn pnninor tpn nhkcriher will he enti tled to one subac fibers pars througl Offices with " 4er, arm au muiin ur nuuurcu um .c . i 11 .1 i i i : I . cent per quarter, ine mate sentinel win contain the latest and moat important news by telegraph, as well as the mails, and will conta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLI AM J. BlOWH, EditorI ND I AN AP 0 LI S : MONDAY MK'I"Gj Jl'lfK 2, 185. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR CONGRESS, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of shelb rouuty. FOR PROSRCCTIKG ATT O RR K V , DAVID S. GOODING, of Hancock Conntv. Marion Connt. FOR EPÄESEaXAllVESj HENRY BRADY, of Warrea township ISAAC SMITH, of Centre township. FOR COURTY C0MMISS105EB, POWELL HOWLAND, of Centre township HENRY P. TODD, of Perry Township FOR ASSESSOR, JACOB ROBERTS, of Washington town-hip. FOR COROWER, S A PERRY. of Centre township. Public Speaking. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, candidate for Congress, will address the citiaens of Bartholemcw county at the following mentioned times and places, to-wit: Tuesday, 24th June, at 10 o'clock, at Jaroe 1 norop oni, in Wayne township. Tuesday, "June 24th, at 3 o'clock, at Elizabethlown. hi 8aodcreek township. . Wednesday, 25th June, at lOo.'clock. at Burns' Spring in Rockcreek township. Wednesday. 25th June, at 3 o'clock, at Newbern, in Clifty township, T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOE THE BT THE O DAILY STATE 8FNTIKTT RIELL Y LINE From New York. New rk, Juue 18. 2 P. M A despatch was received from New Orleans last niirht oontirms the California news. Nearly the whole of San Francisco is in ashes. The sit3 of the fire, judging from the location of the buildings reported to have been burnt, must have included the banking honses and other buildings ol value in the plaee. Every printing otfi.ee except that of the Aha California was destroyed The Slte e9tHBftlod al ,40m 12 00.(X)0 V sfp S WjVW i . A great tire had also occurred at Stockton, the loss by wbicc is $1,000,000. We learu from Baltimore that five Custom House officers are to be removed to reduce expenses. A successful forgery on the Philadelphia Bank was perpetrated by a young Irishman named John Carroll. The name of Dan. W Coxe, was forged to a check of $1600. OoTernor Floyd and Senator Hunter are here on a visit. We learn from Boston that the trial of Robert Morris, the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. From Arthur's Home tiaaetrr. A Drean. v BY PATIKJfCK. Alter a dav of severe exercise, and, I toilless, such as does not usually belong to one of the gentler, or j in common parlance, weaker sex, 1 was lounging Ue lore, and gazing at a beautiful wood fire, until, after watching the variety of images in the coal and asli. 1 fell into a slumber. I dreamed that I was asleep, and had continued to sleep until davs passed into weeks, weeks to months, months to years in short, it was to me as it had been with Rip Van Winkle. I had slept many years, and my locks, which were once jet, were now white. 1 exhibited every change that usually marks the difference between the young and the old woman. 1 knew my dwelling, however, in spite of changes, but it was with difficulty I could believe that those who called me mother were really my children. They were, apparently, quite overjoyed that mother' had hei senses ami use of limbs again. Had I been crazed, or paralyzed, thoug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 July 1851

SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. WEEKLY. i WEEKLY, Per Annum. . , 1.00 I DAILY. ft.OO AI STIN II. BROWN, Publishe VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1851. NO. 5. THE INDIANA STATE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, CTOflice in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS,o Sörth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL. AUSTIN H. BROWN, PuMisher. ONE DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! Iii , I- r H Ifll' i Cheap and dood Keaduis: for Hie .Million. mnn TTT-nrT'T -tr nminin nnTmirT THE WEEkIA STATE SENTINEL Will be scut to tingle subscribe at the low rate of ! (1 VC fid,, all Ptll IHM II uilVIIFllll UlllJ UUliUllU 1 Dil limi Ulli ill Xlll I Ilil Uli ! ! Any person sending ten subxribers will be entitled te one copy gratis. From the first of July next subscribers in Marion County will receive their papers through the nail free of postage. At all Post Offices witnin 50 miles the postage will be five cents a quarter, and all within three hundred miles ten at Salem, O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 July 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. I NDIAXAPOLIS : MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1851. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR COIOKtll, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Shelby bounty. FOB PftOS-CCTIJtQ ATTOH-I-Y, DAVID S. GOODING, of Hancock Couuiy Marion County FOR REPRESENTATIVES, HENRY BRADY, of Warren towntbip ISAAC SMITH, of Centra township. FOR COCJITY COVMIIIIOKEBI, POWELL HOWLAND, of Centre township HENRY P TODD, of Perry Township FOR ASSESSOR, JACOB ROBERTS, of Washington township FOR CORONER, 3 A PERRY, of Centre township Pablic Speaking. lue candidates for the Legislature will address the people of this county at the following places, to-wit: VfM.h.n.ot.ura Mondav Julv 21. at 2 o'clock P M. Bridgeport, Tuesday, Newton, Wednesday," South Port, Thursday. " Danl. Moore's. Friday, New Bethel, Friday, Cumberland, Saturday, " Oakland, Monday, " Lanesville, Tuesday, " Allisonville, Wednesday, " Broad Ripple, Thursday, " Augusta, Friday, Aug Indianapolis. Saturday, 22. 23, 24. 25, 26, AO. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 July 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. 1EP0BTED FOB THE DAILY STATE SENTINEL, From Terre Haute. Terrc Hactk, June 25. Br. Ezra Read has declined the canvass for Congress ! in the 7th District. Stephen G. Dodge, Democrat, is I the candidate in opposition to Mr. McGaughey. From l.aiica-tci . Lancaster, June 25. Whig State convention the second dav re-assembled , and the nomination of Hon. James Pollett for Supreme Bench was withdrawn. A letter was received from Hon Joseph Ringmacher declining nomination of Canal Commissioner, and another from J. G. Miles withdrawing from a list of candidates for Supreme Bench. Hon. Jos. Watts, a'so declined by letter, and subsequently the names of Thomas J. Franklin, Nathaniel Ewing, and James Scott, were withdrawn as candidates for Judges. The nomination of Cyrus P. Martle. Canal Commissioner, withdrawn. The following resolution was offered : That adjustment measures shall be faithfully observed aid respected by the Whigs. Motion negatived, yeas 31, nays 91. On moti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 July 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. From the Bloomington Reporter. Exhibition of the Deaf and Dumb aud the ltliud. We take pleasure in giving place to the proceedings of a public meeting of our citizens which was organized at the close of the exercises on the 10th Lost They should have appeared in our paper of last week, but were nol furnished in time. We had hoped to gire our readers an extended notice of the performances, which were more interesting than any ever witnessed by our citizens but are not able to do so, owing to" our pressing office engagements, and the sickness of the editor. But we feel confident in saying, that on no occasion have our whole population been more delighted than in witnessing this exhibition, furnishing as it did a cheering confirmation of (be truth, that the "Deaf and Dumb" can be educated. We lay before our readers also, the proceedings adopted at the close of the exhibition of the Blind, which was given on the evenings of the 17th and 19th inst., and take occas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 July 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. ) AUSTIN H. BROWN. Publisher. WEEKLY. ( WEEKLY, Per Annum. tl.OO I DAILY, 0.00 VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1851. NO. 6. INDIANA STATE SEXTIXEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, iCOllce in THE SEKTIXKL Iii II 1)1 North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALT. AUSTI N H. BROWN, Publisher. OXE DOLLAR ! ! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! Cheap and Good Reading for the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to single subscribers at the low rate of OIE DOLLAR PER AIM II MICE!! Any person sending ten subscribers will be enti tled to one copy gratis. From the first of July next subscribers in Marion County will receive their paSrs through the mail free of postage. At all Post ffices 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 c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 July 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. rNDI AN A PO LIS: SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1851. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR CONGRESS, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Shelby bounty. FOB PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, DAVID S. GOODING, of Hancock County Marion County. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, HENRY BRADY, of Warren township ISAAC SMITU of Centre township. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, 2d Dist POWELL HOWLAND. of Centre township 3d" Ditt. HENRY P. TODD, of Perry Township FOR ASSESSOR, JACOB ROBERTS, of Washington township FOR CORONER, 8 A PERRY, of Centre township. The Penknife Story. A this seems to be the main issue, with the whigs, in the political contest, so far as Indiana is concerned, we desire to correc t an error into which we fell as to the amount of stationery fund allowed each member. We referred to the laws of 1342, not recollecting, at the time, that the amount was increased, at the suggestion of the Committee of Ways and means, in the last Congress. It was a small matter compared with the mil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 July 1851

a t M MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. BY THE O hiELLY LINE. From Vew York. NSW Ynn, JrjLT 1. The payments at the Sub-treasury Tester Jay considerably exceeded $2,000 .OoO, of which $S00,000 of Mexican taJemnity, and $1,20) ,000 on account of interest on f while debt to be paid. To-day a draft for another mil ien was also mxde on Bot n Sub-treasury, on account of Mexican IuJcmnity. O, this wliote amount nearly a million goes to London in coin. The bouse of S. Jaudon 8t Co. failed yesterday in consequence of acceptance for Peter Conroy of New Orleans, on shipments of cotton, which, under the late heavy decline in that article, they bare been unable to meet. From assets of Mr. Corroy, in their hands the amount is about $150,000; all other engagement: of the house will be met From Baltimore. Baltimore, July L Tbe Governor of Maryland has issued a proclamation announcing tbe adoption of tbe new Constitution. It goes into effect on the 4th inst . The Liberia packet brins very gratilyins intelligence ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 July 1851

4 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Declaration of Independence. In Congress, Juli 4, 1776 The unanimous declaration of the thirteen United State of America. Whew, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, tbe separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the canses which mpel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that tbey are endowed by their Creator, with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are institute among men. deriving their just powers from the const.it of the governeJ ; that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it i the right of the people...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 July 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. WEEKLY. (, WEEKLY, Per Annum. tl.OO I DAILY, 5.00 AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publish er. J VOL. XL INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1851, NO. 7, INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, IT-Office ia THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS North Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS HALL Austin H, Brown, Publisher. 0NE DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT ! Cheap and Good Reading for the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to single subscribers at the low rate of ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE!! Any person sending ten subscribers will be entitied 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 60 miles the postage will be five cents a quarter, arid all within three hundred miles ten cents per quarter. The State Sentinel will contain the latest and most imnortant news bv telegraph, as g J (3 I IUl'1 V Uli wel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 July 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 12, 18-M. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR CONGRESS, THOMAS A. HKNDKICKS, of Shelby Tonnt?. FOR PROSECCTIXU ATTORRET, DAVID S. GOODING, of Hancock County. Marion County. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, HENRY BRADY, of Warren township. ISAAC SMITH, of Centre township. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, M Ditt. POWELL HOWL AND, of Centre township. ; j rv iii'vnir r t i"T t r t l ji Dut. HENRY P. TODD, of Perry Township FOR ASSESSOR, JACOB ROBERTS, of Washington township. G. Dunn, insisting that he should sufTer his name to be used as a candidate for Congress. We think there is a j fair show in that district for a whig, and doubtless cither : Dunn or Rosscau could make a creditable, if not a victorious race. Arrange it to suit yourselves whigs of tbe district, and we will give you all the aid and com fort" we can spare from our own affairs at home. Do i not be afraid of shadows. Meet the enemy boldly, even ! if you are their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 July 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. From tin Louisville uiid Madison Papers From New York. New York, July 8. The steamer Canada, from Liverpool, with dates to the 23th alt., being three days later than the Baltic, arrived here at 2 o'clock this morning. She brings 40 passengers. The steamer Washington, from New York, arrived at Cowes on the 27th June. Liverpool Cotton market tili dull, and during .he week prices have declined ja. Fair Orleans quoted at 6i middling, tine, and quarter. Sales for week 94.000 bales, of which speculators took 1,44)0, and exporters 7.000. Sales on Friday, the 27tb, were 5,000 bales. Market closed heavy. Havre Cotton market sales for week 17,000 bales at 2 francs advance. ENGLAND. Little progress ha been made in Parliamentary business in t'ie House of Lords. Lord Campliell's registry bill had been read the third time. The case of the Indian native Prince, against whom an illegal Government prosecution hud leen carried on, had been brought to the attention of the Lords....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 July 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Oregon Correspondence. LtM City, (0. T.) May 6, 1851. 7b thi People of Terre Haute and its vicinity : Not Ion? since I received from Mr. Samuel Archer, of your city, a letter of inquiry relative to emigration to and settlement in Oregon Territory He stated that himself, with several others of his acquaintance, were disposed to emi-rate, and desired further information concerning the country but ju'lgiiij from the tenor of bis letter, I anticipate that ere this reaches its destination he will have departed hither, for this reason have directed and addressed my answer as it appears. Oregon has just emerged from sioned by the broad, luminous dik of the California oroail, luminous dik of the California i.ie general prosperity of the country etardej by ceaseless rt ports of newlv nes hard by, but notwithstanding this jrui.i mines. i ae fr is still much retarde discovered mines drawback Hi'-' present march nf iim.-nv i.m . l. tends the future "("vivuitui JUI-i re g...

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