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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 October 1833

1 MID MA AMIIEffilCDAM o i J OCR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST, AND OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS. Vol. I. RKOOKVSLLE, IA. OCTOBER 3.1, 1833. No. 43. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT C. F. CIiARKSOX, At $"2 in advance $2,50 in six mouths; or $3,00 at ths expiration of the year. Advertisements. Twelve lines, or less, will be inserted once or three times, for one dollar; and cents will be chirT! for each additional insertion. POPULAR SELECTIONS. We copy the following lines from "Friendship's Offering for 1834." The style is beautiful, while the simple truths contained therein, will revive t!u cherished recollections of the halcyon days of youth. EARLY DAYS. O, give me back my early days, The fresh springs and the bright, That made the course of childhood's ways A journey of delight. O, give me back the violet blue, The woodbine and the rose, That o'er my early wanderings threw The fragrance of repose. And give me back the glittering stream The fountain and the dew, That neither day nor nightly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 October 1833

FOREIGN IXTELIilClEXCl?. VROM LATE LONDON PAPERS. TI.) British government has acknowledged Donna Maria as Queen of Portugal. The reported death of the King of Spain is not confirmed. He was a live the twenty-first, and his death is not immediately expected A dreadful shipwreck occurred on the 3lst of August, within a half mile of the port of Boulogue. A vessel, said to be the Amphitrite, bound to Botany Bay, with 129 female passengers on board,was cast away, making with the crew, 153. all cf wham, excepting three, were drozended. The British Parliament was prorogued on the 29th of August. King William's speech, which, as every body knows, is put into his mouth by his ministers, contains some fine sentiments. This is somewhat extraordinary-, as the English language hardly furnished an equal number of state papers, so tame and pointless, every thing and nothing, as the speeches which have from time to time been delivered by their majesties to the parliaments. King William's last speec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 October 1833

AMERICAN. KVILLE, I IV S Z A IV A' : : . I FRIOAV, OCTOBER 25, 1S33. W't coatsmplate J list week of giving t!ic seaof th3 Am3.-ic vi press in relation to the Presi1 Jiuifcsio, which vj published entira in our ,"-ft;.j lOtii. Oar intention is rendered inipracnxn th2 volubility of our cotouiporaricj re--i i roforenc2 to thi United St itcj Bank, con--riatliJ severest terms this truly despotic an of . ... , , . , usurpation. To insert all, wouui oacupy me ana of our paper for several months ts come. e iconcludcd to' desist from their publication cntire- u the act is done, and placed beyond our control, ;;i0, it would seem, beyond the control of the sove- i people themselves! Suffice it to bay, almost one Mil shout of virtuous indignation cornea from ; corner of our insulted Republic . ,t-1 t... i. ii (..imiia it. r'i.iT.,ii-.ir " JohnJonc and Caler Heron were executed in ,-icinity of tha town, in pursuinco of thair sentence llthult. shall be able to give tha partic- i in our next. Dr. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 October 1833

jfHSCEIiliAIfEOlJS. HOME. I havcj no sweet home, nor deir friend that I know, In whom to repose, when my heart's full of woe, I wander an exile, forsaken I roam. And weep for the loss of my friends and my home: Home, home, sweet, sweet home, Though I wander an exile, loft tV.nk of home. When I think on the fair hippy land of my birth, And view the bright scenes of my childhood and mirth, For a moment transported, I seem to be there, And drink of the pleasures that joy used to wear: Home, home, &c. Rut alas, 'tis a vision, a dream of the brain, That I dare not indulge, 1st I slumber again, Whilst a home still consoles nie, wherever I roam, May in kind Heaven find a friend and a Home. Home, home, sweet, sweet home, Tho' I wander an exile, I eft think on Home. WHO'LL TURN THE (iRIND STONE. When I v.-a 3 a little boy, I remember one cold winter's day, I was accosted by a smilinp man with an axe on his shoulder. "Mv pretty boy, (said hc.i has your father a crind stone?" Yes. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 November 1833

OOR COPXTRV OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST, aSJ OVR COUNTRY FRIENDS. f BROOKYILLE, IA. I0 VENICE U 1, 1833. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY Bf C. F. CLARKSOX, At f J in advance J2.50 in six months; or $3,00 a the expiration of the year. Advertisements. Twelve lines,orless,willbe inserted once or three timjs, for one dollar; and 25 cents will be charged for each additional insertion. POPULAR SELECTIONS. The following song1, written by Mr. Anderson, of Va. was Bung with great spirit and tiste during the past season of fashion agd gayety at Saratoga. The f lir songstress. Miss E. A. S. of Williamsburg, is one of Virginia's most accomplished daughters, and Gov Hamilton, and other distinguished Nulliners, were always amcng the loudest in the enccres of tl.is fcn c sutured jeu d'esprit. JV. Y. Cour. $r Enq, SAVE DE UNION. Tj the tune of Clar de Kitchen. A mighty angry quarrel rose Among the Tariff friends and foes, " And South Calina, in a fit, De Union vows to curse and quit. Hut save tha Union, oi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 November 1833

BROOKVIXjLE: FRIDAY EVENING : NOVEMBER 1. Written for the Indiana American. SLAVERY. The necessity of colonizing our free colored population on the coast of Africa, or elsewhere, 13 becoming, everyday, more obvious and urgent. The negro race, in the United States, increases in a much greater ratio than the whites. Every census of our population has furnished evidence of this fact. And, as our negro race will always he inured, from childhood, to invigorating labor, and be free from the host of fashionable diseases that attend wealth, indolence, and luxury, it will ultimately, without doubt, be equal or superior to the whiles, in number. The anticipation of this event is painful. But, unless a large portion of our free negroes, is transported, every year to come, there is reason to fear, that the event, painful as it may be, must, at least, arrive. And it can hardly admit of doubt, that w hen the event shall have arrived, and the negroes feel confidence in their numbers, they will dem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 November 1833

AMERICAN. aB0OKYILLE, INDIANA; """ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1833. !to be furnished to each of our Senators and Re presentatives in Coneress. Joacon hams - - - Houttonizinr. W lwiirn from tbft T,wwnpbiirorh I g round paper of the 26th ult. that a man calling himself James 5?.utter ? CINCINNATI MARKET. OCT. 31, 1833 Postscript. By the National Intelligenret of the 26th of October, 5 days from Wash Houston made his appearance in that place about a Cheese, West. Reserve, month since, and represented himself as being a part- p l ner of large a mercantile house in Wheeling, and that p, erfine " he had been appointed an Affent bv the General Gov- ' i t t rv t i-iax-seea - - - - jngtonj weiearn uiai ririisB . Aust, xsq. eminent, to contract for 8 or 10,000 barrels of pork. Qniin Wheat- - fRichtnond, V irginia, nas ueen appointed At-I is story took well the price of porkjraised 25 per. I pve tome General of the United States, in the cent great attention was paid to the great eastern Qats - - - te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 November 1833

CHARACTERISTIC. From the Lowell Journal. ILLUSTRATIONS OF SHAKSPEATIF. A gentleman observed a few evenings sinr vcrv much to our surprise, tl.at Sl fiksj t are ; not a correct delineator of the human ch;ir:tc:es We took up the cudgel in defence of the Bu:d of Avon, w ho had so frequently furnMicd us with an antidote to care, an.J vehemently insisted that almost every variety of character was faithfully portrayed by Shakspoare's graphic pen. We even went so far as to .offer to prove it, although our time is rather valuable at present, and to furnish a sketch of character from his dramatic works, for the name .if every well known individual, which might be proposed. Accordingly the names of mom than fifty distinguished individuals were written on s'ips of paper, and deposited in a hat. The same" number of extracts from Shakspearc were also written down on separate pieces of paper, and deposited in another hat uid the Littery rcas dra-xn by disinterested persons. It will be perceived t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 November 1833

AM A AMJMRmiAN OUR COUNTRY OCR COUNTRY'S INTEREST, AND OCR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. Vol. I. BUOOKVILLE, IA. NOVEMBER 8, 18J13. No. 45. PRINTED ASD PVBLISHED WEEKLY Br C. F. CLAURSOX, t $2 in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 a ' the expiration of the year. pvk!itiseme-ts. Twelve lines, or less, w ill be inser- ' te(l once or three times, for one dollar; and 2 cents will ne chirged tor eacn acamoiiai insertion. Jl'OPUL Att r, L ECTION S. L-VME-xr or the Empress Josephine. BY MRS. EMBURY. Tj;s franul Etrife of feeling new is o'er, The bitter pang can ren J my heart no more; A martyr spirit now within me burns, VJjiove that epurns And thought of itself, is waking, till its power Cia conqur e'en tb.2 anguish of this Lour. Yes! for thy sake I can resign e'en thee, yii noble husband! though there yet may be, Enough of woman '8 weakness in my heart, Tj bid the taars start, Yet not one murmur of reproach shall swell, Aaidthe accents of my last farewell. IloreJ thes in thy lowliness ere fame i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 November 1833

BROOK VI Li'lLiEt FllID W EVENING KOVtiMDCR P. HENRY CLAY. Tha following articlo 13 copied frotn the Louisville Advertiser. In publishing it, we desire to be under stood, as not adopting it as our own sentiment?, but insert it as an impartial chronicler of passing events. "To Mr. Clay, the career of Gen. Jackson cannot be otherwise than appalling. Moving onward buoyed up by the popularity which is irresistible and rapidly increasing General Jackson i naturally dreaded and detested by his prostrate and ambitious opponents Acting justly and energetically, and avowing principles ardently cherished by the virtuous portion of the nation, his course is necessarily approved and his important measures are rapidly increasing the number of his friends. Under this salutary state of things Mr. Clay's jaundiced vision can perceive nothing but subserviency in the heartfelt regard manifested for our venerable Chief Magistrate. Mr. C. says "disguise is useless, the time is come when we must decide,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 November 1833

AMERICAN. FRIDAY) NOVEMBER 8, 1833. vy- The Probate Court of Franklin County, con- vneson4Monday next. ".4 BEET BE A TEN." This year appears to be an exceedingly propitious in f Vi n Una aF lfn linn.. T, eirhing from ten to fifteen pounds seems to have J : -1 . .. 3 t . jen ",se11 ,a otrij man s "iruuii, uai, one jay last week, a beetjvas brought to this place, by Mr. Wiixum Holland, which grew in his garden on puck Creek, in this county, which measured 26 inches j3 circumference, 23 inches in length, and weighing Th emty Poods! The monster has been safely stow ed away in Winter quarters at Mrs. Adair's Hotel, tnd may possibly be preserved for the gaze of the curious and the palate of the epicure, at the next term of our Circuit Court. Kfj- Our correspondent "A Ped," is informed that his poetical communication is under consideration. State Bank. Tha people are awake to this inter esting subject. A number of the counties of the State hive held public meetings, instructing their Senat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 November 1833

STANZAS ON AUTUMN. Sweet Sabbath of the year! While evening lights decay, Thy parting step9 methinks I hear Steal from the world away! Amid thy silent bowers 'Tis sad but sweet to dwell; Where falling leaves amTdrooping flowers Around me breathe farewell. Along the 6un-set skies, Theirglories melt in shade; And like the things they fondly prize, Seem loveliest as they fade. A deep and crimson streak, The dying leaves disclose, As on Consumption's waning cheek, Mid ruin blooms the rose! The scene each vision brings, Of beauty in decay; Of fair and early faded things, Too exquisite to stay. Of joys that come no more, Of flowers whose bloom iafled; Of farewells wept along the shore Of friends estranged or dead. Of all that now may seem To memory's tearful eye, The vanished beauty of a dream, O'er which we gaze and sigh. Sweet Sabbath of the year! While evening lights decay; Thy parting step methinks I hear, Steal from the world away! Tobacco. We must give it up. The doctors medical and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 November 1833

rs DDIIAMA AMIISffinCDiiMo ; OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST ND OCR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. Vol. I. JIROOKY I ff.liK , IA. IVOVElilSER 15, 1833. Jo. 46. TBISTED AND PUBLISHED WF.rKLT BT C. T. CtARKSOX, . , . 1 i0 r.( : mnnldo rl tf!l Of t!io expiration oi var. ' . . . y l .11 i .i- - l once or tarec limes, ior ou: uim:ir; ami ; cents ill bs charjed for each additional insertion. LINE?, VCGESTKn OX REAPING, FIRST TETCH, III, III AND IV. Your."' maiden, tear that tinsel wreath, Trow off thy polished brow ! The native curls that (low beneath, Are far more beauteous now, Unloose those chains of sliininj gold, That twine thy neck so fair; And let a snowy kerchief fold, In modest neatness there. Thy form, let nature's care impart, Its unknown loveliness; rfor borrow dangerous aid from art To mar its comeliness. O, lay that costly orb aside, So gay and shortened too Let a plain, graceful garment hide Your buoyant steps from view. "Outward adorning" C3asc, and bid A quiet meekness shine; Thro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 November 1833

SPIRIT' OF THE 'TIMES' RECEPTION OF Sin. CLAY. . r . Boston, October 2:J. JT r: "i ived in tliis city yesterday at four tfc Weather was as inclement as posfiUiw' p00 f year; it had rained continually from Sunday morning up to the hour of his arrival at the Tremont House. Nevertheless, he" was received, not only with that inward and heartfelt satisfaction and cordiality that rmVht be expected to pervade the People of this riv. but with'V -ihc outward demonstration of respect, thatlus warmest friend? could have wished. He was accompanied to Roxbury by a delegation of the young men of Boston. At the Boston line he was met by a committee of forty, despatched by the Young Men of Boston, in carriages, who received him in a barouche with four white horses, and conducted him to appropriate lodgings in the Tremont House, prepared for the occasion by a committee of forty, constituted by a general mcctingof the citizens of Boston. At Roxbury, the committee of young men being in attendance, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 November 1833

r BROOKYILtiE, INDIANA; FRIDAT, NOVEMBER 15, 1833. "The Winter Sessioa of the Miami University openedonthe 4th inst. under favorable prospects. The Limerick (Ireland) Chronicle of the 4tb of Sep tember states, that by request of the young Queen of Portugal, Government has come to the determination of sending a brigade pf 30,000 men to Portugal, to be drawn from EnglanJ and Ireland. Petkh V. Daniel. The only history or knowledge we have of the present Attorney General, wo learn from the Cincinnati Gazette. He is an obscure indi vidual, a noisy politician, 'and a third rate lawyer, almost wholly unacquainted with every branch 6f Comi t J i.... i:..t .i : ..... Mb. Clay's VisiT.-t-We have cccupied a portion of our columns in registering the marks of respect paid by citizens pf the East to this distinguished citizen of the western region of our extensive republic. air.Clay goes among them entirely aloof from party polities,to meet face to face with those with whom be baa so long been co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 November 1833

f 7 B R O O K V ILLEs FRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER POETRY, " And such poetry too As vroulirdrcg angels dow n from their lolly teats.' The following communication was left at this office last week, whic h .we promised the author to publish, if, upon examination, we should consider it worthy insertion. On first perusing it, we came to the determination not to publish, deeming: it unworthy the room it would occupy. But upon reconsidering the subject we have placed it in oureolumns, as a specimen of the weakness of man, and the erroneous notions possessed in a greater or less decree by all, who are capable of o r - putting their ideas in black and white The author cannot expect lenity from us, or from the public, because it is his maiden attempt in wooing the eacrcd nil. In the true sense of the nature and spirit of Fretry, the following jumbling of words no-nt h,-r. u-itfmiit either sense or rhyme, is foreign to such a 'appellation. But still wcv place it it our pa per, to lethyii6eeliow ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 December 1833

HMUDHiiMA AMIIEIEncDAMo "Vol. I. OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST, AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. BROOKVIIXE, IA. DECEMBER C, 1833. PRISTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY Br C. F. CLARKSOX, At $2 in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 a the exniration of the year. Advertisements. Twelve lines, or less, will be inser ted once or turee times, lor one dollar; and a. cents will be charged for each additional insertion. No. 49. POPULAR SELECTIONS. WHERE ARE MY FRIENDS! Andh,ave I not a friend unknown, Unbought with bribes of gold! Is there not one whose kindness shown. Ask not for pay fourfold! Yes! there is one in whose kind heart, Detraction cani.-ot dwell; Where envy, with her deadly dart, Ne'er held her hateful spell. 0! I have felt the poisonous shaft From slander's slippery tongue, While triumph at my grief hath laugh'd, The wrong my heart hath wrung; And Envy in her midnight mind, Hath cursed my hapless lot; Yea, mark'd me out to all mankind, By hope and Heaven forgot. Revenge hath set her ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 December 1833

politics Tin: MY. From the Jttw York Diily Advertiser. J, DOWNING, M TOIU D WNIN1VILLE MaLITIA, 2nd Duiqvdk (ive lik t i br particular. Wc lay before our readers a letter from our distinguished friend, who as usual seems to be engrossed with important matters. We feel no compulsion to applause, but we venture to say that among the numerous happy illustratious which are generally found in the Majors letters-none are more ingenious, or more to the point, than the hunt for the General's spectacles. Nor can we conceive how he could more humorously call us to reflect on the possibility of a hunt after the public deposits, in the event of any portion of them getting in a pocket with a hole in it. Vashington, 12A A or. 1S33. To my old friead Dr. Dwight, of the New York Daily Advertiser. I have always been tellin the General, as you know, that of all troubles there was none so tuff to get round as money trouble, and when sucli matters get in a snarl it was worse than trying to straiten a me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 December 1833

AMERICAN, UROOKYILLE, INDIANA ' SATURDAT, DECEMBER 7, 1833. INDIANA LEGISLATURE. SELECTED FROM THE INDIANA JOURNAL AND DEMOCRAT. Both Houses of the General Assembly convened according to law, on Monday the 2d day of De- Tbc office of the Indiana American" has cember, at the Court House in Indianapolis hrtn removed to the New Brick building East 1 of the Public Square. or Some new and other advertisements crowded out. IN SENATE. The members were called to order by the Hon. David Wallace, Lieutenant Governor, and tho roll being called, the members answered to their names and took their seals. Pha Senate then proceeded to the election of p GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. This document was received by yesterday evening's mail. I occupies five columns of the Indiana Journal, consequently, at that late Lour, too lengthy to be hi J offices: whereupon, A. W. Morris was unaui- before our reauere, logcmcmun a Bkeicnoi me nrsi mously chosen principal Secretarv. jlT'3 proceedings ot the Legislature. e nave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 December 1833

MISCELLANEOUS. A Little Wifk axd Cow wanted. The following eublime Doetic effusion is from the "Middlesex Ga zette," printed at Middlessx Connecticut: I WOULD WISH, If Heaven the greatful liberty would give That I might choose my method how to live, Near some fair town I'd have a small retreat, Built uniformaly, but not idly great; A little garden just before the door, And one behind more ample than before; A little field wherein a cow might stay; A little wife with a temper kind and free, Courteous to all, but most of all to me; One that would choose but little for to roam, Because a woman looks the best at home, Business I'd have sufficient for to find Employment far the body and the mind, Open to all should be my purse and door, No one more welcome than the old and poor. Communicated. AN ENIGMA. 3Iy name having the misfortune to contain only eight letters, and being much admired by the ladies, I have thought proper, for the benefit of myself and the use of the curious, to divide ...

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