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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 31 January 1844

:::: r iglj WILL' EE OS THE ALTAB OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY CUU OIVN HANDS. . OUR LIBEnTY AND HAPI'IXESS AS A NATION ARE JN OUR OWKKEEPIXG, ; IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT YPSILANTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY JAN. 31, 1841 ; NO. 7. VOL I. - V : - : THE YPSILANTI SE1STINEL. '-. Will be published every Wednesday by fc.JOUN VAN FOSSEN. t .j Office over C, Stuck's Store, . three doors west of the Post Office, Terms Two Dollars a year if paid in ad " vance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance, - 1 " ,; Advertising on the usual terms of weekly papers. . poetby; For the Ypsilanti Sentinel. ' ' ' 1 TO E ' As we have seen, in some fairy bower - The spirit foim of some lovely jBower, . . An incense, breathing so sweet and pore, , t That'neath its gen'Je and grateful lure Our eyes ever turn to the cherished place Where s.ood that flowerin beauty and grace - So thee we have seen, in many a bower Whose memory will last to our la. est...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 31 January 1844

ikI vital questions, which ara the try of a sound aod correct decision in the pending Presidential election.' Those tete I have already adverted to They are such as are inseparably counecteil with the punning character, and preserva tion of the Government itself, and in my humble judgment, are overwhelmingly -conclusive against the jrlviions of Mr. Van Dure i). As little shall we permit ourselves. X Crust, to he 'frightened from our propriety by the old and hulluw expedient of a enscles nnd arbitrary use of parly nvniM. Those who are so prune to ring the changes on the nomenclature of FederaW tt aud Republican, would do well to w member that ihty hare men, reading and inquiring men, to deal with, arid not chil . dree Try Air. Van Bureu and Mr. Clay by any test derived from the authentic history of political parlies in this Country, or by the standard of those great princi ples which exist in the essential elements of our popular institutions, and Mr. Clay stands before the world the...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 31 January 1844

From the $Jew York American. GREAT RACE The approaching race for ihe Presi dential puree engages tbe attention of tho fancy from one eud of the Union to the other. Beta to a largo amount are al ready made, and the 6harp and knowing one are all on the alert. The course as in excellent order., and every arrange meat has been made fcr he accommodu tioo of the spectator. A strong police will be in attendance aided by a number of ihe fancy to keep .down the prigs and fences, wno are always ready for a lark. The flats will, we are afraid, suffer from tne tricits ot the tbirobie-rizzers, who will he iu strong force, headed by that eoeraoie etaner mus terrons, from southern city. Several horses have al. ready been entered, and among others we have heard the names of the follow. ing. Tee TotunUt stated in stud book to ftv a fall blood, but knowu to bo a Virginia half erred. He is said to be four years old next grass, and has won several races in the vicinity of Richmond. He is white and bay ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 31 January 1844

s - 1 - V I V , ,KOii 184'i.1 1TED BY MRS .'HALE OTHERS. ' 1. , v -: , , , , B1IIE best .Magazine, of the wiason, and the greatest circulation in the .World. It con- greatest circulation in the .World. It con kins Line and Mczolint Kgravi.:a Colored Fashion Plaies Music and contributions by he best authors in the U. States. . -'. ,',',y A G HEAT INDUCEMENT TO--. ' NEW SUBSCRIBERS:- ' - For every subscriber sending 3 we wil! end a copy of the Drawi-igiRooni ANMJAL for IS 11, or a , Gift for every Season. Tins is q.iart-o ' Airp'.' con'clniiijf fir cen targe engravings. aii-J CI p igcs of read-pj . ler. by the most croi'ci;l au.hos: or '"or evey new subscriber sending we wi'! cnd a copy of Godeys CENTRE TADLE OR NTAMKN P: Or a back vo'ume of the Lady's Cook, or the Sa'urtiay Courier, 'n.urday Post, or Suit'. Jay Mjseotn, six mon;bs. , It is to le distinctly understood, thai the 'above terms refer only to new subscribers or such old suosenbers as may have paid up n'l arrearages and rem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 February 1844

OUR LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OUR OWN KEEPING IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WIXL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY CUR. OWN HANDS. VOL I. YPSILANTI, WASI1TEN AW CO. MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY FEB. 7, 1811 NO. 8. 1 i. THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will be published every Wednesday by JOHN VAN FOSSEN. " Office over C, Stuck's Store, three doors west of the Post Office, Terms Two Dollars a yenr if paid in ad vance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance, Advertising oa the usual terms of weekl papers. P OUT II V. From the Episcopal Recorder. THE BOY AND HIS ANGEL. '"Oh mother, I've been playing with an ar.gel to-day ! I was ou, alone, in the forest at play, From the Presbyterian Advocate. OCCURRENCES OF EARLY TIMES. "Aye, there was woman's shrill And piercing cry; and the low wail Of dying infants: and the half suppressed, Deep groan of man in his last agonies ! And no w and then there swelled upon the breeze Strange, savage...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 February 1844

agination into the realms of fan cy, he forgot so completely the subject of his inspiration, that a servant having come to ask him if he would send the customary lettres defairc par -"Ask my wife r answered Bcnda w ithout YPSILANTI SENTINEL. JOHN VAN Ft3KX, I'-IUTOR. YPSILANTI. FEBRUARY 7. 1811. DEMAGOGUF.ISH EXTRA SU PERFINE. " From the Free Press of Feb. 1 . "Henry Clay at New ORLEANS CELE BRATING TlIE8i!l OK JANUARY!" Oh Horrible ! ! Awful ! ! Verily the Edit, or of the Press rolls up the w hites of b:th his eyes like a dying animal in the last desperate agonies of hopeless despair. We really hope that the shock has not knocked our friend the State Printer into fits, he's a good customer about election time; none of jour winners or back out?, and inasmuch as wo "owe him one" we do'nt want to see him killed oflf, or disabled for many long years yet to comef and especially do we desire that he may be in good health and spirits until a Peer the first Tuesday of November next. But to...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 February 1844

FOREIGN NEWS. IRELAND. ' Repear Association, Dublin, Jan. 2. - Even during these holidays the gentle inen of the Corn Exchange find it difii rf cult, in the absence of Mr. O'Connell, to get together any considerable number of persons to listen to their lucubrations. To-day there was a beggarly account of empty benches; the building, which is calculated to contain several thousands, presenting an array c-f about two hundred idlers, many of whom wero women. Dr. S. Murphy took the chair, on the motion of Mr. J. O'CormeH, who pro ceeded to describe the advantages of all political ngitatioh in general, and of that fo" repeal in particular, and referred at tome length to the election of a Repeal er to the mayoralty of Dublin. Having disposed of these subjects ihe hon. gen tleman addressed himself to the declara tions of the late Lord Mayor (Alderman Roe) at the corporation dinner last night. and stated the grounds on which ho could not agree with ihat gentleman in his eu logiums on the pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 February 1844

OUDTS LADY'S BOOK. FOR 1814. lTED BY MRS J. HALE & OTHERS. SME best Magazine of t!ie season, ar-tl the greatest circulation in the World. It coi ains Line and Mezotint Engravings. Colored Fashion Plates Music and tontributions by the best authors in the U. States. A G HE A V IN D UCEM EN T TO ' NTE W SUBSCRIBERS. For every subscriber sending 3 we will eud a copy of the Drawing Room ANNUAL for JS41, or a " Gift for every Season. This is quarto Annual, con'aining fifteen largo engravings? and 61pnges of reading Mai ler, by the most eminent authors; or for every new subscriber sending $3, we will fend a copy of Godcy's CENTRE TABLE ORNAMENT: Or a back volume of the Lady's Bonk, or the Saturday Courier , Saturday Post, or Satui day Museum, six months. It is to be distinctly understood, t':st the above terms refer only to new subscri ets. or uch old subscribers as may have paid up all arrearages and remit for 1644 in advance. In ro other case will the premiums be sent. Those who send...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 February 1844

hi llk!J:;illi S'."' OUR LIBERT? AND HAPPINESS A3 A NATION ARB IN OCR OWN KEKPING, IP THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE ON .THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DKSIlINIXO AMBITION AND BY CUR OWN HANDS. VOL L YPSILANTI, WASHTENAW CO; Ml CIG AN, WEDNESDAY FEBA U, 1844 NO.9. THE ' YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will be published etcry Wednesday by JOHN VAN FOSSEN. . Office oyer C, Stack's Store, tlhree doors . v est of the Tost Office, . . Terxs Two Dol'ars a year if paid in ad Vance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not a id in advance, - Advertising on the usual terms of weckl papers. t POETRY. AN INDIAN'S REPLY. XT LIEUT. G. W. PITT EX. Blaze'! with your serried columns, I will not bend the knee ! - The shackle ne'er again shall bind Tho arm which now is free : I've mai.'J it with 1'ie thunder. When the tempest muttered low ; Afcd wlieu it falls ye well rry dread The lightnings of its blow. I've scared ye in the city, ' I've scoff 'd ye on the plain ; -Go, count your chosen where ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 February 1844

YPSlIsANTI SENTINEL. JO AX TAX IWEX, KDITOK. TPSILANTI, FEBRUARY 14. 1844. NAMES AND PRINCIPLES. No. IV. la our last number we gave a sketch ,cT tho movement of Marl in Van Buren .'in the State of New Yoik, in reo-ganlz 'fog 'a parly for his own benefit, out of the broken and disbanded fragments of Hartford Convention federalism, and such mercenary recruit as could he ra'lied to hit standard by the promise of spoil md under the then popular name of Democ racy. A prominent mance tvre by which he commended himself to the favor of the federal Aristocracy in 1819 was the writing of a pamphlet in favor of the appointment of Ruffus Ring, Senator to . Congress, and the active and efficient part he performed in securing his election. This was among the early performances . of ihe Van Buren Democracy, and though Mr. King anti.repubhcan partialities were notorious and proverbial, and his connection with the maaaacre of the A anerican prisoner at Dartmoor though remote, rendered him par.icular...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 February 1844

SOnTH CAROLINA. Lake Supemoh in thk VVixteb I Us'Clay,-A very larj and enthusi Wehnve been favoured with the perusal ! tie meeting waa held i' Chetaw, S. C. r the 25: h ult. at which the following resolutions among others were adopted : Resolved, That we desire and advocate the elevation of Henry Clay to the Presi dency, because he is a faithful and emi nent representative of these our political opinions -because throughout a long pe riod of public tcrvice'at home and abroad, he hit uniformly sought the honor and welfare of his country, by wise and prac ticable means, thereby proving himself both patriot and Statesman and be cause, therefore in bis political opinions, and personal qualities, we have a guaran tee, that the National Government will be administered by ham ably and honestly. Resolved, That we are induced thus decidedly to assume a position in the po litical arena, because we are now con vinced that the nomination by the Demo cratic party cannot he procured for John C Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 February 1844

CODY'S LADY S BOOK. ' " ' FOR 1844. : ' ITED BY MRS J. HALE & OTHERS. fnilE best Magazine of the mason, and i'-ic JJL greatest circulation in the World. It con. aina Line and Mczotint Engravings, Colored Fashion Plates Music and contribution by the besl authors in the U. States. ' :'i A GREAT INDUCEMENT TO - NEW SUBSCR1 HERS. For every subscriber sending 3 we will rend a copy of (be Drawing! Room ANNUAL for 1844, or a Gift for every Season. .- This is quarto Annual, con'ainins fifteen large engravings and 64 pages of reading 'nat ter, by the most eminent authors; or for every new subscriber sending $3, we wilt send a copy of Godey's CENTRE TABLE ORNAMEN r : Or a back volume of the Lady's Boo't, or the Saturday Courier .Saturday Post, or Satui day Museum, six months. It is to be distinctly understood, that the above terms refer only to new subscribers, or such old subscribers as may have paid up all arrearages and remit for 1844 in advance. In no other case will the premiums be s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 February 1844

OUR LIBERTY AD HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IX VVR OUX KEEPING, IF T.IEY ARE EVES SACRIFICED IT VOL I. TUG YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will be published every Wednesday by JOHN VAN FOSSEN. OiUce over C, Stuck's Store, three doors west of the Post Office, Teems Two Dollars a year if paid in ad ranee, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance, Adrertisinj oa the U90.il terms cf weekl papers. - ' " -' ' From the Republic. - POLITICAL LYRICS. . jVo-e, to Hit M tjetty, Kin; Caucus. j Liege, I have ever ben true to your throne My loyalty has been expensive, 3uy conscience and promises, both are well , known As equally Ijrge and extensive, fcemember my loyal, mj earliest toast : "iMay the Albany Regency be The rallying point of Democracy's host." That toast, don't it rpeak well for me 7 II. Am I not a sage? and since we are perplexed, My counsel mast De of some force About the convention to meet in Alay next, In Caltims& city of course. iiow mark my advice, let no delegates go, , Eut ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 February 1844

YPSILANTI SENTINEL; JOnH VAN F03KN, KDITOR. YPSUNri. FKDRUARY 21, 1844. We again open oar rol-Jinns to a friend of Internal Improvement.' that the public may have the benefit of whatever can be urged either in the form of facts, arguments, or political slang, against the sale of the roads. ' Tha first po9:ii n ta ken by our correspondent i, that to stlj the roads would nctiiir in bad faith to wards thftse who have ccdeJ the right of way through their hndj, and to back up th'u position, ha tells us that a company could not have purchased this right for four limes what the State paid for it. This statement is enough to decidu the character ofth9 article, in the estimation of every man who know9 auy th"r!r of the facts, tnd to fix upon it tha broad teal of unmitigated falsehood. We have not now before us tho official evidence of the cost of the right of way paid by the State from. Detroit to Ann Arbor, and will again venture to draw on our mem ory for the facts, (our correspondents ob ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 February 1844

9. , - ... ..... .... r subject of tha most vital importance to Ire-) land. . . They could get, any day, in the city of. Cork twelve good men and true to convict him of blasphemy, for merely Worshipping the Redeemer. In Dublin lh3V could find many a man with the same humane politics as Vincent. The jury Mas to be struck this day. If that jury wero composed of fair and impartial men. the whole affur would not last 4S hours.' If, on the contrary, bigots and partisans composed it and that was highly proba ble, for they were playing with a gambler who held loaded dice the consequence was obvious, and he should be the inmate .of a prison. But the grated bars of a prison should not lessen his anxiety for his country and his love for Ireland; on the contrary, lliat love and affection should be but deepened and doubled, as it was ouly human nature to love those things for which we are persecuted. (Sensation.) His pen or his mind could not slumber in a cell or ny where else. The prospects of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 February 1844

I j FAMILIES & INVALIDS. The following indispensable family feme riies may be found at the village drug stores, nnd soon at every country store in the state.' Ilemcmber and never get them unless they have the fac-simile signature of on the wrappers, as all others by the same names are base impositions and counter, foils. If the merchant nearest you has Ihem nor, urge Lini to procure them the next time he visits New York, or to write for them. iVa family should be a iceek without these remedies BALM OF COLUMBIA, FOR THE IIAI R, which wiJl stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald places ; and on children make it grow rapidly, or on those who have lost the hair from any cause. ALL . VERMIN thai infest the heads of children in schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. Find the name of -ZfeC) on it, or never try it. Remember this always.' RHEUMATISM, nd positively cured, and all shrivelled muscles and limbs are restored, in the old or young, by the I.idia.i Vegetable Euxik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 March 1844

EMTE OVK LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DKSIGXINU AMBITION AND BY CU-R OWN HANDS. VOL I. YPSILANTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICH. WEDNESDAY MARCH 20, 1844. NO. 14. mpsnm WML THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will be published ererj Wednesday by JOHN VAN FOS'SEN. Office over C, Stuck' Store, three doors west of the Post Otice, Terms Two Dollars a year if paid in ad vance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance. Advertising on the nsnal terms of weekly papers. Speech of Mr. Woodbridge. DELIVERED IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, FEB. 14, 1841, ON THE BILL TO RE- MIT THE FINE IMTOSED UP- ON GEN. JACKSON AND UPON THE INCIDEN lAL QUESTION t)F THE RIGHT ASSUMED BY Til E LEGISLATURE OF A STATE, TO INSTRUCT A MEM BER OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES. Mr. Peksidext: II has not been rav ! . ".i intention to lay Ltfore vou an elaborated exposition of the views I entertain on the su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 March 1844

DICKENS. Mr. N. P. Willis, in' Jiis letter to ihe National Intelligencer of ibis week, gives an amusing recount -of liia fiit interview with Dickens. " Mr. Willis publisher, .1 serrrs, -was on his way Nwga'e. mid whs to take along with him -vug paragraphia! fur the Mernirg Ol-rnt-cVa lo give an account of the visit. , O.i his way he encountered Mr. Willis and took him in also. Mr. W. thus describes Dickens's domicile, et cetera... 'I flowed by long flights ot stairs to aa upfH-f story, and was ushered into an uxcaipi ttd !!ciik looking room, with u deal tah'c, two or three chairs and a few bool.s, u Sisi.aH toy, and Mr. Dickens fir the coiilins. 1 was only struck at first wish oi.e ih'ng. (and I made a mom orandum of it lh..t ivci.i:);.'. as the strong t int;u.tu I hud feen of English obse l'iitu8i:j )td to c-ir.ploytr.,) tho drgree to which the ji-xr nuij.or was overpowered with the honor of his publisher.' visit! I remember saying to myself as I sal down tin a -rickety chair. "My ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 March 1844

hear such words of wisdom and such looks of awe, as, this night, I have seen and heard from the Hps and in the pei son of our honorable Speaker. - . And yet analyze his speech and what is there "in it all 7 . Two proposit ions that nobody has denied : First, the constitu tionality of i protest, and second,! he coin paraiive inconvenience of committing per jury. He has battled against ghosts of his own conjuring against men of straw which his own hand has fabricated, and then, exultant as the dunghill cock, he1 plumes nimsalt on lanciea conquest ana crows forth hi victories to the world. Sir, I leave him to tho stings of his own Conscience." From the Whig Standard. THE BALL IN MOTION. TEN THOUSAND XV JUGS IN COUNCIL! CONNECTICUT AROUSED ! CHEAT CONVENTION OF WHIG YOUNG . MEN!! The Whig Young Men cf Connecticut 'held a mighty Convention at Hertford on ihe 22 id. Every part of the State wa Vully represented, while from a good por tion the People dispensed with sending Delegates and cam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 March 1844

0 14? . l FAMILIES & INVALIDS. a r.f- following indispensable family reme-2-.-s any he found at the village drugstores, hji.1 soon at every coantry store in the state. Kempinber and never get them unless they have the lac-simile signature of ?tv-ti&&m& on the wrappers, as all others by the same names are base impositions and counter, frits. Ii the merchant nearest you has them not, urge him to procure them the next time he visits New York, or to write for them. No family should be a week without these remtdie BALM OF COLUMBIA, FOR THE HAIR, which will stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald places ; and on children make it grow rapidly, or on those who have lost the hair from any cause. ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children ia schools, are prevented or lulled by it at once. find the name of -fcfe on it, or never try it. Remember this always. RHEUMATISM, and positively cured, and all shrivelled muscles and limbs ere restored, in the old or young, by the I...

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