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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 December 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Volume :)--iimbir 46. Ypsilanti, M. Wcdncsdaf December 16, 1846. Whole No. lftO. L MESSAGE, ' OF THK PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Fellow Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives. In resuming your labors in the service of the people, it is a subject of congratulation that there has been no period in our past history, when all the elements of national prosperity have been no fully developed. Since your last session no afflicting dispensation has visited our country general good health has prevailed abundance has crowned the toils of the husbandmen, and labor in all its branches is receiving an ample reward, while education, science and art are rapidly enlarging the means of social happi ness. The progress of our country in her ca reer of greatness, not only in the vast exten sion of our territorial limits and the rapid in crease of our population, but in resources and wealth, and in the happy condition ot our peo- , is without example in the history o...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 December 1846

that the moment the terms of annex ation offered by the United were accented by Texas, the latter became so far a part of our own country as to make it our duty to afford ueh protection and defence; and that for that Eirpose our squadron had been ordered to the ulf, and our army to take a position between the Neuces and the Del Norte,' or Rio Grande and "to repel any invasion of the Texan territo ry which might be attempted by the Mexican forces. It was deemed proper to issue this order, be cause soon after the President of Texas, in A pril 1845,has issued his prochmation convening the Congress of that republic, for the purpose of submitting to that body the terms of Annex ation proposed by the United States, the gov ernment of Mexico made serious threats otjan ading the Texas territory. These threataje came more apparent in the progress of the ques tion, that the people of Texas would decide in favor of accepting the terms of annexation; and finally, they had assumed such a formida...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 December 1846

1 f r tablished by the existing law, the system will Cibably be permanent; and capitalists, who ve made or shall hereafter make, their invest ments in manufacture, will know upon what to tely. The country will be satisfied with these rates because the advantages which the manfacturers still enjoy, result necessarily from the collection of revenue for the support of the government. High protective duties, from their unjust opera tion upon the masses of the people, cannot fail to give rise to extensive dissatifaction and com plaint, and to constant efforts to change or re peal them, redering all investments in manufac turers uncertain and precarious. Lower and more permanent rates of duty at the same time that they will yield to the manufacturer fair and remunerating profits, will shield hi in against the danger of frequent changes in the system, which cannot fail to ruinously affect his interests. Simultaneously with the relaxation of the re strictive policy of the United States, Gre...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 December 1846

i TWEUMTI SEMINARY TITOS BUILDING connected with this Sem JL Inuy has been eereoddled aa to accom H both GBtimeo and Ladies with rooms and baud. The boarding house will'be under the care f tha Frineipal. The remaining quarters of this year will com. ale&ea on Nov. 18th, Fab. 8th, and April 16th. TurnoH na ovaana. Common English, High .English, Latin or French, Kacb additional Language, et Mnaie including use of Pisho, Board ser week. 3.00 4.00 6,00 1.00 8 00 1,25 Room rent from one to two dollars per quar Or Toitioa to be paid for the whole of the nailer on which the student enter. No dcduc VMB made except for protracted illness. Bills to bo Settled at the middle of the quarter. Students femisb their own rooms. L. H. MOORE. I W. A- JMOORE. ( P&Oril ETR9. ZuT' Principal Jfrso Must B. F. Baoww. r FRESH ARRIVAL ojp 0F&ING AND SUMMER fVlHB SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in P form his customers end the public generally be isnow receiving his assortmont of Spring ana Jbsmrr (ro...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 December 1846

..... YPSILANTI SENTINEL ifl YlMe 3 IHnnbor 48. Ypsilanti. M. Wednesday December 30, IN 16. Whole M. lftS. The wreck. BY B. HOWARD, ESQ. Onward the vessel bears, like some huge chief, ' Who, press'd by numbers, slowly shuns the fray: Sternly defying theappaling reef She flings aside, as if in scorn, its spray. But still urged slowly on her desp'rate way By wave succeeding wave, the rock she nears; The waters round in eddying whirlpools play, She strikes! she groans ! the yawnining rent appears ! Whilst o'er her pride the sea, its crest triumph ant rears. Hark ! frantic horror shrieks along her deck The brave are silent, but their brows are pale; They gaze desponding on the sev ring wreck, And turn their anguished faces to the gale That howls their funeral dirge. Of no avail To them is now the near and the craggy shore Whose mocking echoes give them back the wai! Of the weak-hearted in the breakers roar ! The voice of hope is drown'd: home is for them no more. ands of friends are wru...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 December 1846

r From the quadrou Arrival of (kc Forward at JVcw-Orlcans Vrtftroin the Gulf Sqvadron Gallant ac- oj lAtutenant Parker and boats crew fromtle U. S. brig Somen a Mexican brig j burned under the guns of San Juan tf Ulloa ! . ' D m . I . I r rrTV iariea on a seerel expeamon. A .'if from the New-Orleans Picayune dated j IS O Clock on thp flth mat innnunrp th urn. I tml there of the revenue cutter Forward, from j Tobasco and Tampico. Left the latter place a the 4th. Lieutenant McLean, of the For- ward, ha. despatches from Commodore Conner, j Utco; the steam schooners Spitfire and Ma- encc of tlie P60 and trust t0 their ability to "are impolitic, unjust, and inhuman: at war hoae, Commodore Conner's flag being hoisted "discriminate between the duty of extricating I " with the genius of our free -institution?, and on the latter. The Forward left Tobasco riv- ' tlio country from the difficulties into which she j " the sp irit of the age in which we live." r on the 21st of November, when all ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 December 1846

L CONGRESSIONAL SYNOPSIS. SENATE. December 8. Senate met &t 12 o'clock pursuant to adjourn ment. Mr. Miles of Conn, and Mr. Chambers of Miss appeared in their scats. Journal of yesterday was read and immedi ately the annual Message of President was re ceived and read. On motion of Mr. Speight, nesoivca, 1 hat 3,500 copies of the Message and 1,500 of the accompanying documents and Message be printed for the use of the Senate. Adjourned. JBOU8E OF REPRESENTATIVES Mr. Boyd, on leave,introduced a bill to incresc the pay of persons in the army, the militia, and the volunteer troops, except commissioned offi cers. Mr. Broadhead, introduced a resolution that a joint committee of three members of each house be appointed to direct the expenditures of all moneys for the purchase of books for the library of congress, and such other matters concerning the library as are not provided for by law. Agreed to. Mr. Rathburn, on leave, introduced a resolu tion that the Sec. of the Treasury report ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 December 1846

9 YPSH-AIMTI SEMINARY. ITnilB BUILDING connected with thig Sem JL inary has been so remoddled as to accom 6m both Gentlemen and Ladies with rooms and board. The boarding house will be under the care f tbe Principal. The remaining quarters of this year will com. MM M Nor. 16th, Feb. 8th, and April 16th. TUITION PER QUARTER, Common English, $3,00 High English, 4.00 Latin or French, 5,00 Each additional Language, ex. 1.00 Music including use of Piano, 8 00 Board per week, 1,25 Room rent from one to two dollars per quar T. Tuition to be paid lor the whole of the taarter on which the student enters. No deduc tion made c.xoepi for protracted illness. Bills to bo settled at the middle of the quarter. Students famish their own, rooms. L.H. MOORE. ;p W. A- JiOORE. S aorw Prof. W. L. Eaton, ) Prino;nnr. Aliaa Maet B. F. Brown. ( Principals. FRESH ARRIVAL OP SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! fYlHE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in M form hia customers and the public generally M is now receiving his asso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 January 1847

1 I m YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Volume .umbtr 49. Ypsilanti. Hf. Wednesday January 6, 18 17. Whole .o. lasi. r yPSILANTI SENTINEL I published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. $l750Cah in advance and $2.00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. "To My Wife. When on thy bosom I recline, Enraptured still to call thee mine, To call thee mine for life; I glory in the sacred ties, Which modern wits am! fools despise, Of Husbai.d and of Wife. "One mutual flame inspires our bliss, The tender look, the melting kiss, E'en years have not destroyed; Some sweet sensation, ever new, Springs up and proves the maxim true, That Love can ne'er be cloyed. ifcrtlave I a wish, 'tis all for thee; Hast thou a wish. 'tis all for me; So slt our moments move, That angels look with ardent gaze, Well pleased to see our happy days, And bid us live and love. "If cares arise and cares will come Thy bosom is my softes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 January 1847

r t pon mail contract $8,008 24 39,933 86 Th balance beinc? t85.900 00 was paid into the Treasury. Independent of lueexpcnaitures from the earnings of the road, there was paid for construction, in land war rants, under an act of appropriation, the sum of 941, uus uy,and outstanding bonds for iron, to the amount of $1 13,500 16, were discharged by means received from the sale of the road. The nett earnings of the Southern Railroad, during the year, have been 32,172.35. Of this sum $12,736 have been paid into the Treasury. The expenditures for construction, not dischar ged frm the earnings of the road, amount to 5,521,88. Under appropriations of 18 15, and 1846,there has been expended on the Clinton and Kalama xoo Canal, in land warrants, the sum of $6,896, 06. The portion of the Canal between Mt. Clemens and Utica, has been in use since the first of November last. It is estimated that an expenditure of $2,000 will be put in good navi gable order to Rochester. Thre has also been expen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 January 1847

which is by no means so arrogant and self-con- 1 fident as is usual with Mexican editors: By the communications which we this day insert, our readers will learn that. Gen. Taylor has declared that he is about to recommence hostilities upon the Republic. The moment has arrived the result is close at hand of a ter rible conflict which is to decide the future lot of the nation. The enthusiasm of our tinny is great: it is determined to fall or triumph, and we trust it will know how to avenge with honor the Mexi can blood which flowed at Matamoras and Mon terey. The whole world in contemplating this struggle; its eyes are fixed upen our Republic, whose rights and prerogatives as an independ ent find sovereign nation have been as auda ciously as perfidiously trampled upon by the United States of the North. If the Republic rises with the emergency if by the clastic impulse of all its citizens it shall chastise its enemies, and if by force of arms it makes its international rights respected...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 January 1847

I 1 Ma r' YPSttANTI SEMINARY. THE BUILDING connected with this Sem inary has been so remoddled as to acom 4a both Gentlemen and Ladies wiih rooms and Ward. The boarding house wili be under the care f the Principal. The remaining quarters of this year will com ffeeiue on Nov. Ib'rh, Feb. t?ih, and AprH 16ih. yClTIOB PER QCARTta. rommo.i English, $3,0 High English, 4.00 Latin or French. a,CU Each additional Language, ex. Music including use oi Piat.o, Board per week, Room rent from one to two dollars pe quar r. Tuition lo !c iaid lor the whole of the esaneron which the Stndent enters. No deduc. lion made except Sat protrae'ed illness, Bjllj to settled at the middle of the quarter. S'udents fnruuh their own roorr.3. L. II. MOORF.. Jr W. A- AfOORB. iaopal rrf. Wst I.. Eaton, f , ijM Mart B. F. Baow,. Frmctpa... FRESH ARRIVAL op PRIXG AND SUMMER GOOD! fpfiE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in JL frm hie customers and tho public e'mornlly ae is now receiving his assortment of Spring ana Summ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 January 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL Volume 3 nmbi r SO. YPSILANTI SENTINEL le published even- Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. fcl,50Crtsh in advance and 2.00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. President's Message. In answer to the resolution of the House of Representatives on the loth inst., concerning the instructions sent to our officers in Califor nia and on the Pacific, the following Message was transmitted to the House on Tuesday: Washington, Dec. 22, 1846. To the House of Representa lives of the United Stales: In compliance with the request contained 11. the resolution of the House of Representatives of tike lota inst. I conunuuicate herewith the reports ol the Secretary of War and the Secre tary ot the Navy, with the ducum Much These documents contain all the ''orders or indications to the military, nav;.l, or uhr.- offi cers of the government in relation to theestab lishinent or organizatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 January 1847

TWEWTY-JNtfTH CONGRESS SENATE Dec. 15. A Mesage from the House Announced the death of the Hon. Felix G. McConnel, and al ter the customary resolutions of condolence the 8enate in respect to bis memory, adjourned. HOUSE The Speaker announced the business first in order to be the Resolution of Mr. Davis as modified by him thus: Resolved, That the President of the United States be requested to communicate to this House copies of all orders or instructions to Gen laylor, Gen. Wol!, Gen. Kearney, Capt. bloat or Capt. Stockton, touching the establishment ! of civil government in Mexico, which have or j may be held by the army or navy of the United State?; also copies of all instruments or forms of government, proclamations, or other papers, j that may have been established, organized ut- I tered, and published by said officers, or either af them: also that the President inform this i House whether he has approved and recognised any governments so established, and all the ac- tings and doi...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 January 1847

Dentil of Alexander Barrow, U. S. SENATOR FROM LOUISIANA. It is our melancholy duty to announce the death of Hon. Alexander Barrow, Senator of j the United States for f: -Tate of Louisiana. He died is th iiy yesterday morning at live o'clock, alter a very "short but very painful ill ness. The deceased made a visit to Baltimore on Prid.v last, and on thatniaht contained of i l ' i . ,,-, ..11, utMmi naming Lant 11 iui;ii Kiiiimy'wii " in his shoulder. On Saturday morning ical aid was called in, and he was bied, with ; Utile if any benefit. i pain medical but litlle if any Two of the most eminent physicians, Drs. Buckler and Mackenzie, gave the closest atten tion to the case, and every resource which the best professional skill and experience couldug test was adot-tcd for his relief. In one of the consultations, Drs. Chapman and McClellan, of 1l:i.iii.:- .u.. Ti -, ImI I I ruUdUlipu.il, IIU CL . l .....ur, , part. Mr. harrow continued to grew worse, and in the course of Monday it was ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 January 1847

a , I I .1 i n i J 1 i ' FRESU ARRIVAL OF 9PRISG AND SUMMER GOODS! fpHE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in X. form his customers and the public general! urn is now receiving his ass r;mpnt of Spring ana Summer Gondii whirl) nrJH cortsj.j of almost every article in tin- lineol Maple nnd Fancy DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Crockery, lurdware, Shoes, Jiuis. Cajis and Bonnets, which may lie called for. end which wiil be sold f cheap indeed, for ready pay. T. S. HILL. Ypfilsfttj. An 3. 846. 2 i DR. BEN. RUSH'S Compound syrup of Squills. T 91213 Sytup ha- been fouud by experience to be of invaluable utility, Incase of Couuk Hoar?ncss, sore throat arising from ColJs. I: I a alto highly sirvicable in Asthma, slight irrla ses:ion and tightness of the CHEST CATARRH AND CROUP. In otTering this invaluable Afcdicine lo the. Tub K the Propiietor can with confidence recom uoend it medicinal quaiiiies having been oft on wsted ai d being expressly prepared for the ubovo disease?: Its effects are slightly laxa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 January 1847

a YPSILANTI SENTINEL, Volune 3 Viifflbi r 51. YpsiUanti, M. Wednesday January 20, IN IT. Whole o. 165. f SPEECH or Mr. C Hudson of Massac husetts. ON THE PORTION OF THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE RELATING TO THE MEXICAN WAR. Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, Dec, 16 1846. The House, in Committee of the Whole hav ing under consideration the proposition to refer the President'sMessage to the different commit tees Mr. HUDSON addressed the House as fol lows : Mr. Chairman: I am fully aware of the char ges which I shall draw down upon myself by expressing the views which I entertain upon the subject now before us. The President of the United. States himself has set us the sxample of denouncing as traitors all those rhojiaretosffisJv their minds upon this floor and in IhiA count rv: and his tlattprpr hprN-Jiave followed his example. But 6ir, none of the things move me. I look with equal indifference upon the denunciations of the President and of his flatterers on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 January 1847

1 pie, but expressive;' and as much of it was Scripture, it occasionally rose to sublimity. The daily wants arid cares and dangers of the petitioner went up Him Vho has taught us to - ak "day by day for bur daily bread;' and when the family and friends had been commended to Him who careth for all, the humble worship pers arose fivni their knees, aud procecdu'1 to the boat which was to convey them to some'eft - anchored at some distance from the shore. Other ears than mine heard the morning pray- erefthe old pilot; -and whatever fate may be ifei, Tcaanat doubt he will be prepared to meet it-with the most perfect resignation. ' SENATE. 1 - ' -'January1 12 th . Prayer by the Rev. Geo. Field. ' Mr. Dan forth presented the claims of G. F. Rood and Co., which was referred to: the' "com mittee on claims. ' k : Mr. Green ofierol a resolution that thes com mitlce on State Prison be instructed to enquire what further legislation is necessary relative to the. State Prison which wa3 'adopted. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 January 1847

i V contains returns from several counties and pre cincts, the complexion of which encourages us to hope that Thomas W. Newton (thoroughly and ardently Whirr,) has run ahead of his com petitor. Newton is a native of Alexdria, Virginia. Tea and Coffee Tax Voted down ; Correspondence of the? Tribunt . Washington, Jan. 2, 1847 5 P. M. To-day has been an interesting day in Con gress, though th1 Senate was not in Seasw The House has been doing somethiws --aicula-ted to produce aimnsaflun In country. You will have notirodUiat the Secretary of th Treasury, Mr. Walker, had writ fen a letter to the Committee of Ways and Means which waB published in Thursday's Union, urging the necessity of a tax cn tea an.l cufE e. T' ia i only in keeping with the insolent inteiferences of the Executive Departments with the Legis lation of the Country. Cut there is an end to all things, and there is row an apparent end to thi kind of dictation. . . To-day was spent mostly m receiving reso lution from the sev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 January 1847

FRESH ARRIVAL SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! T HE SURNrRinri? .m.' ...nt,.n. form his customers and Uie public generally Ml now receiving his assortment ot Spring ana miiHnrer Goods which will consist of almost every f icle in the lineol Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Crockery, Hardware, Shoes, liats. Caps and Bonnets, which may be called for. nod which will be sold sry cheap indeed, for ready py. T, 3. HILL. 1 liliuii. A'cl3, 846. 9j dr. HEX. rush's Compound syrup of Squills. MfXIlIS Syrup ha-been found by rxperienee to H be of invaluable utility, Incase of Congh. fiearsncss. s ore throat arising from Golds- It it also highly M-rvicable in Asthma, dig 111 ii fla eaiion and tightness of the CHEST CATARRH AND CROUP. S " In offuna tliis invaluable ifedicine to the Pub He irLSTr,iUrietor con with confident rtcom- i ts ntt djcina! quali tcs bare ig beea oft on diseases: lis effects are slighi'y laxinvo, Emetic and Expectorant, producing free PtrsptratToii recor ding to the Dose ; We w...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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