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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 February 1836

EMDEAMA AMIEIBIKDAW OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. BY C. F. CLAUKSO.. BROOKllLLG, INDIANA, FRIDAY EVEXIXG, FEBRUARY 12, IS 36. VOL. IV. IVo. 7. TERMS OP THE AM ERIC AX. main dirision of tho Potuvlv $2 in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at from Philadelphia, which canal passes through lUeexpiranon 01 me jcai. narnsburgh, and follows the Juniata branch of the Advertisements. 1 welve lines, or less, will be Susquehanna. The cost of the rail road was three inserted once or three times, for one dollar, and 2o and a half millions. Its greatest altitude above the cents will be charged for each additional insertion waters of the Delaware is 555 feet. The next is IVEWS OF THE WEEK. the canal 172 miles long, having 18 dams, 33 aqueducts, ana 111 locks, to near the Allehany mountain, w hich is ascended by five inclined planes of nearly a mile in length each and descended by live more. It nnssos a tunnel il.r.Mi,Tl. .,!;.! n.t.- At a Urge and respectable mee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 February 1836

IDfeVA I.EGISI; ATI 'RE. LEGISLATIVE Sl'MMA R V. IX SENATE, Wednesday, Jan. 27. Mr. Dumont, from a select committee, reiorted back to tlie Senate the hill of the Senite to provide that certain citizens may pro- . ure lands with several amendments after :he consideration of the amendments, the ,ill was on motion of Mr. Whitromb, laid o.i the table. On Thursday, Mr. Hillis, from the committee of wavs and means, reported a resolution which was adopted, instructing the Secretary of the Senate to make or cause to he made, an index to the principal matters in the Journal, provided that the expense shall tot exceed x75, to he paid out of the contingent fund. Resolutions were adopted instructing the committee on public buildings to inquire into the expediency of furnishing the Supreme Court room with suitable furniture, and of preparing rooms for the reception of the State Library, Secretary ,"s and Auditors office, ajid the appointment of a suitable person to take charge of the State House...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 February 1836

. i --n from the Committee room to the breienfe Whittlesey of . ,i Arnrpccp frrpat satisfaction to . .. CTTIP. .11111 -V- anil others upon the mutu.il agreement of .c committees. At tins lime a note was Mnded to Mr. Cambreleng by a messenger !-nm Mr. Forsvth. Mr. Cambrcleng obeyed .amnions, and left the Hall, to attend upon Mr forsyth. In a few moments he again apnca'rcJ in the House, md said he would not report the BUI agreed on by the conferees, notwithstanding, ten minutes before he had nrescd his happiness and determination to so. He save as an excuse that it was past wclve o'clock and that the House, constitutional!, was dissolved this too. in the very ,acc of the fact that he had before voted, after 1J o'clock for the Cumberl and Road Bill. J-ThiS however, was only an excuse whol v itr.irv to fact, which was that Forsyth had inibrmoJCambrt leng. that the President had Mid with an oath, that he would not sign ano'iithcr Bill, because the Senate had rejected ,h? nomination of Ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 February 1836

nOKAFi EESSOIVS. THEWIFE'S rilAYER. A woman's handj traced the folio ing lines, which only woman's true and fond heart could have inspired. A'etc York American. The young wife kneeling1 to her God, Seems brighter far in this lone scene, Than when our halls of myrth she trod, 'Mid Fashion's throng, a worshipp'd queen! Gaze on the love that fills her heart. New charms hath lent to cheek and brow Gaze on but hush! the pure lips part, Perchance for thee she's pleading now. "Hear me, thou who mark'et each feeling, Thou who know'st each passion's sway, At thy sacred altar kneeling, For a being loved I pray! He is dearer than the'mother, Who hath been my life's fond guide He is nearer than a brother, Though a brother's still my pride. Oft ere summer's bloom hath perish'd, For the lover's weal I plead Father! on the husband cherish'd, Now thy choicest blessings shed! In all 'peril and temptation,' Guard him with thy holy might: Mid the charms of power and station, Keep a noble spirit bright...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 February 1836

EWDIIAWA AffllEMKDAW OUR I'Ol'XTRV OUR, COUNTRY S INTEREST AND OCR COUNTltv's FRIENDS. BROOKVlIiLK, FKAAKLIX COIATV, lAIMAJTA, FISIIJAA, FF.3IISIAK V 18:56. VOL. IV. IVo S. cTv. c 'fi a u u no 3 '. TF.RM Of TUB AMKR1CAX. t in advance $2,0 in six months; or $3,00 at ,i,e expiration of the year. VDVKiirtsKMKNTs. Twelve lines, or less, will he ierteu once or three times, for one dollar, and 2" Jnt will he ehanjed for each additional insertion. FAV OF T3IF. WEEK. p XS VI.V A N I A .F 11 V. U M A SON R Y. Geobok M. Dallas, F.sq. of Philadelphia, was (unimoneJ before the investigating committee at Hjrr slniriih; he appeared at the stand, but refused to be soni. The following are his reasons: Gctikmcn of the Commit!? I a n a citizen of Pennsylvania by birth and conjtjnt residence. Having imbibed in early youth, still retain a strong sense of the free spirit of her institutions; and am unconscious of ever having, directiv, intentionally or inadvertently committed an art. or enttiued a senti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 February 1836

COXCtllESSIOXAL SKETCHES. C0KRESPONDEXCE OF THE CINCINNATI WHIG. eoNTiMEn. W.VSIIINOTOX, Feb. 1st, lSrG. The senate have onlited to-day under the Hentonia hcligerent war resolution of the famous Missourian. while the House has not been les pugnacious in discussing the merits vf Abolitionism. Mr. Ilamtuond of South Carolina ad. hessed (he House for two hours contending with much eloquence, much ability, and much warmth, for the rejection of the 1'etiUon. To vou of the West as well as the people of the Xorth and the whole of the non-slaveholding states, the speech will be received in bad dour. Many of the Southern members ondemn it for its bitterness of opinion and the nullification matter it contains. Anathemas and denunciations w ere poured forth upon the whole mass of Anti-slavery men. whether Abolitionists or not, who had pensioned for the Abolition of Slavery in the District. No distinction is made between the hotheaded Abolitionists who throws his doctrines at once into the Sout...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 February 1836

a if IS 2 IDA IV. DROOKVU EE, IJfDIAJfA. FRIIAV,FEB. 19, 1S30. Ml apprehension u a. .. - , now banished. The present step taken by our National Executive must be approved by every of peace. There is now no doubt, in our i i,.t the difficulty will be settled through the mediation of England. as jl.lC- The s'.i Washington 3Iommi:m. 3Ir. Hand, the agent jnj a;n collect funds in this State from such u retribute to this monument, was in this vestcrdny on the business of his appointment. -,,;.mns in this nlace were liberal, lie liislc't" agent in UUS place iJ i -civc from such as'feel disposed to give, in this county. One Ml" is U,e moet a"y "e 'S allowed to &iveEvery individual who contributes, signs his own ,";n a strongly bound book, prepared for the rpose, and his place of residence. These books a-etobJepi-'it'd in a library in the monument to be erected- Consequently this monument of thegrartude of the American people, will contain a cor rect autograph of almost every man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 February 1836

J O II X AV. K O H F. KTSOX. A TALE4"oFBA I'tXT. BY miss m:slie. Some there be that shadows kiss. Shakeare. Selina Mansel was only sixteen when she took charge of her father's home,and entered on the arduous task of doing as she pleased provided always that she duly attended to hisiThadJeus of Warsaw, Selina Mansil was al- chiet injunction, never to allow liersclt to in-i cur a debt, however trilling, and to purchase nothing that she could not pay for on the spot.jcr thought of him at all: and it was this evTo the observance of ibis rule, wliich hehadjident inditFerence, so strikingly contrasted laid down for himself in early life, Mr. Man-jwUh the unremitting solicitude of her compel attributed all his success in business, andipanions, that first attracted his attention tohis anility to retire at the age of fifty with a; wards Selina, rather than her superiority in handsome competence. beauty or accomplishments: for Miss MadSince the death of his wife, Mr. Manscl's tCi lake had red...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 February 1836

OCR COUNTRV OCR COUNTRY S INTEREST AND OCR COUNTRY S FRIEMJS. BV C. F. CMIIKSOX. BROOKVILLE, FRANKL.IX COUXTY IXMAIVA, FRIDAY, F EDK UAKY 26, 1836. VOL. IV. io. 9. TCRMS OP THE AMERICAN. t-2 in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at the expiration of the year. Vdvkrtisemests. Twelve lines, or less, will be jcrted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 nts will be charged for each additional insertion. xiws of Tin: week. LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY. (close of the session.) The bill to provide that certain individuals may purchase land, (commonly called Mr. Conwell's land bill,) passed the Senate on Friday by the following vote: Ysls Messrs. Beard, Bell, Brady, Colerick, Conwell, Dumont. Elliott, Fowler, Griffith, Hillis, Mirstin,Shaw, Thompson, and Whitcomb. 14. yATs Messrs. Boon, Caldwell, Casey, Clark, Elliott, Daily, Hackett, .Morgan. Payne, Puett, Sieler, Stewart, and Tannehill 13. The bill was lost in the House of Representatives. On Saturday, in the Senate, the bill supplemental...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 February 1836

CONGRESSIONAL. SKETCHES. CORRESPONDENCE OF Til V. CINCINNATI WHIG. COSTIM'LD. aiiirto. February Stli, 1S3G. i xt cr i:s T I NG s f.ss I ON. The Hoise his Iicon in session nearly 0 hours on a mot interesting question the fi- . il commitment of petitions all resoluions, ami the whole subject of Abolition to a Select Comniltee who with some iiistruc- . ions are to report at some future day. T!i ? resolution was introduced" by Mr. i'inckiii v. of S. and proposed fust, th.it Congre-i not to abolish Slavery in the J i)istrict of Columbia, and secondly, that it is is no p.wer I abolish Slavery in the Slave-! adding S'.ates. Mr. l'incknov introduced his resolution1 vithsomc: prefatory re narlcs, stating ids motives and the necessity of some such measures !U order to restore harmonv to the country. "Ie wished his resolution to he considered, as icy in fact, were, of a pacific-character. If ue had done wrong in presenting such a resolution, Ids constituents should be t lie arbiters 'o pronoun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 February 1836

AMERICAN. PR O O K VI I' t' K, I Ar I I A IV A. FlilPAT.FEB. 23, IS3G. Q--Tbe I? )irJ of Interna Improvement meets at Indianan3i'"J 0!ltlj0 ,Ul OI -areii. The Indian War in Florida is still continued willi consjier;ible vigilance, and with the loss of many l;v on both sides. It will be seen, with pleasure that the French 4:5culty is settled, much to the gratification of the lovers of peace and hirmony. IrcsT Editor. Ity a letter from Wheeling va. ,,arn that the editor cf the Lawrencebargh Fal'ui inn. drew a prize of one thousand dollars, on ti.e i:'th i"st- the Petersburg!., va. Lottery "sare'v. Balll(; Fortune, and Andrew Jackson is determined tobuy'iip all the editors! Constable Election. We have been request.:j to announce Samuel A. 15. Campbell, Esq. as a candidate for Constable of Brookville, at the approaching April election. Mr. Campbell wishes us ti siy, that if he is elected he will conduct the business of his office with the utmost vigilance, without FE.VR, favor or affect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 February 1836

FOPIXAR TALE. JOHN W. ROBERTSON. A TALE OF A CENT. BY MIES LESLIE. (concluded.) On the following afternoon, Sclina went out with her father to take a ride on horsehack; and when they returned, they found on the centre tahle the card of John W. Robertson. "Another contre-tems," cried Selina. "He has been here again, and I have not seen him to pay him the cent!" 'Send it to him bv Ovid," said Mr. Mantel. "Send such a trifle to a gentleman!" exclaimed Selina. "Certainly," replied her father. "Even in the smallest trifles, it is best to be correct and punctual. Yo'i know I have always told you so." Selina left the room for the purpose of despatching Ovid with the cent, but Ovid had "one out on some affairs of bis own,and when he returned to the parlor she found two young ladies there, w hose visit was not over till nearly dusk. By that time Ovid was engaged in setting the tea-table a business from which nothing could ever withdraw him till all its details were slowly and minutely accomp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 March 1836

IMjMAMAlffBmH(DAMo Ol'R COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. F.CE. ARKSOH. TERMS OP TIIF. AMF.KICAX. fi in advance $-,i0 in six months; or $3,00 at ll,e expiration of the year. Apvkrtiskm i:ts. Twelve lines, or less, will be inserted once or three times, for one dollar, and 2Ti cent3 will be charged for each additional insertion. FlIoMiTLORII)A. i:mtoks caiiisi sroMit.vcc UlINtY, (I'LOKIOA,) I nn. ' insftiteot t!.e greatest excitement, in conseruMue of the war now waging with the Seniinoles. r.ist Florida is entirely in possession of the sav-ar,-s: the whole country is laid waste. All the p intations are deserted, itud most of them totally li.troyed. The men are under arms, and the wom mi ami children in temporary forts, and must he hy this time in a starving condition. In a few iliys there will be f,0 militia men in the field from thi? 1st brigade, which is nearly eual to one-third of the eiF'etive force. Those are already organized, an.! are now only waiting f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 March 1836

! SKI-jTPHSS. COS'3KKSSIO:VAIi Correal spondence of the Hattimore Patriot. Washington, Feb. "."). 1S30. This has been one of the mot interesting lays of the whole session. Productive as the the (loor. subjects which have !ccn brought before the j tr. WiF. would not yield it. lie went on House hitherto, have been o( scenes both gen- with Ids explanation, lie insisted that he had oral and personal, there was more confusion j a perfect right to characterise acts of legislaand commotion to-day. than, 1 have ever seen j f,0n, by whatever terms he thought proper, before. Oar Halls of Congie?s indeed arejjf he was not allowed to do so, there was an rapidlv losing all the character for decorum , cml to the freedom of debate. Freedom ol they once possessed; and which distinguished discussion was not opposed to the law, of ortbrm far above all other chambers of legisla-I jer The latter preserved the former. He f,on, "The first assembly of gentlemen In : the world"' a the Congress of l.ngland ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 March 1836

Shapley, or Father ).i nl .Hliiiv. 1. 1 i ' m-inv call him, next toott the floor, in. ' n( ill thit Itis brother compeers of the par lU'iVri'Ieil. and in opposition to all they have i ,,t f,irvtti"g to pour new anathemas up- ' ' ' , . II ink ol M i .i .,-rrimtMlt Iiet.liml1t he tl I II e Ii l I S . .,v0I1lM IMU . ..... - ., i ;fthev obtained th;'! principal, more so l-;h.n obt lined any interest, or the real value, j on ." nr of any siien uemamis. .nr. i mg, n 5 ' rr'otd tin" Miine Senator, in several im0'11,1' ' . I,;..!. Iiu,ni'r. he took lint l:tlle seeming, as they did, to thwart the orift! I' ! , r;, aginst those who have spoken against Tv.iro:ri itions. Ill ' Vl-M 'f North Carolina, then took the i ' rul spoke brieily , u;on the merits of the Bill, ".vter which, tlie question was taken, and de- ! :-i in the ' ii'tion of the resolution, with all of C. 'I'-'ii'l'iients. VCX0:' question has left ,-,r ti,o present, and the correspondents will see '.'Yi.vever, for a half centnry, s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 4 March 1836

I-'ron Tirrcher's Skepticism. ATHEISM Till: FAMILY STATE. There never has been hut one government prnfeeillv atheistic. The National ssemhly ofl'raner. in the commencement of 'so revolution, appointed a. committee to cti- . lire a:nl report whether there were nod . :gjit to be a liod, and (Ie romniittce report-j i il 11 1. lri . ii i, in. ii. 1 1 iv it! tooii in' ot iioenv on taint while there was believed to be a Cod in I leaven ; and there i no God ; and that death ; an ctert;d !-l op. The a-enddv adopted 'u report, abolished the Sabbath, burnt the liible, instituted the deeabe, and worshipped i'le Goddess of .ihcrtv. in the person oCa vile "jiiwn. Hut the eon-eipiences were too tec- ; hie to he endured: it rotuerted the most -dished nut-en of Ivirope into a nation t! .".ends and ririe.and th.e theatre of voUip'uvjs ehnemeiit into a stall of blood. The r.iigh! v aind who c;ovor:i the universe -those being 'hey had denied, whose word thevhad burnt. Vnose worship t'i v had abolished...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 March 1836

IMHIAMA AMESES BCD AN OUR rOl TRY Ol R rOl'XTUY S INTEnr.ST AND OI K COUNTRY S FRIEM1S. TF.UM OF TIIF. AMF.KK'AX. niUIOKYlf,f,E? FRAAKLL COfXTY, LI)IVA, FKII1AY, .1IARC1I 11, 1 S. I II 1 1 null III mi i i ii up ii mm in ii ' 36. .IoiI II WI,H CIIF. Esn. has rosmnn.l tl.o e in advance '-Vu in fix months; or ..,' u at control of the State .Tonrt.nl, m we heartily vvel-,-;CMiiration of the year. j come him hark to the editorial fold. His exneriPvERTisKMi:sr. Twelve linger ess, wiil he e;ioe and ability will doubtless he found eminently :;erted once or throe times, for one doll sr. and 2-). useful to the Whig party in the ensuing Presidents will he charged for each ad.utional insertion, toil, Congressional and (Jnhernatorial contest of tsik wi:i;k. IMUTIC.M, MrMd'l VM) . u: Craaocv H vsk Auistocuacy. r ,. vi.l th' otiur oririns of v ' i . . 1 1 : .. . I r , 1. .. -1 .. . . 1 : nit' Ui v ici i iii i in- i ini 'ic w n,i l cit ii unites j At.n::iiT 15.uiom.kt. Fsq. has heen appointed ! Ive...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 March 1836

roivflnEssioyAij sketches. Corretvomitnce or the Courier and Enquirer. Washington, D. C. Feb. 22. The Senate ha been in session for a short i.-. hut onir cnouirii to receive ami impose of the Message of the President ot tho i'nited States ami the accompanying doccu nents therewith transmitted, in relation to o.ir dying controversy with France. Mr.Clav addressed theSenatc in congratulation of the happv termination of this protracted diifieultv. and in the course of hi renarks found occasion to read a lecture to a ertain cpiandam Secretary of Stale, now the President elect of the United States hy the immutable decree of the Baltimore Convenion. from which some sound inferences may No. drawn as to the nature of consistency, and as to the obligations which it may be presumed to impose." I nvirvel much that these awfully free expressions of opinion were alT mod to pass bv without eliciting some of the . lo.pient thunder of the party. Hut so it was: Mr. Clav sat down the documents were or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 March 1836

in k it i c a re. TJ j, ( 4 TIT. 3i K, B A B A A A. "nill'tV.M V Ki ll u. is:i(5. " vsr i.ty. liiehard J), .indrtics of; 1A1V' . .. .. ,V .- VtV . IC i t l II t 'l.KU I'll I I I V" , fll i li I l y i J ,v;t c ci.icii en tiorse naeix, lor ins resi:ist. tho mouth of Blue ('rook, and has not ;.:i since ll;s horse was found by a neigh-1 ... ..... nMf l. .?.,.1,11., mill Kriilln iwi i 5 .r the I, ,ro very wet. It is supposed that he ci- j ,,-r'C.O lirosoilif uteo i'"" ,'i !r horse crossing the river, (which lie had j 1 "", ;l r0nchin? home) ami was drow ned. The j i '.eon searched, for his body, but unsue-, rtsiiui.y. Tli? Commissioners re-appointed Thomas v Z.-ott. Assessor of BrookviPe and 'Highland ', ;-w, and J. M. Clements Esq. for Bloom--Gr-v 'osev, Fairfield and Kay, and appoint-, ' I? Scoby. ..sq. for Springfield and Bath, and " . el Wilson. ''-"I lor Whitewater. ,-., -") k,obsaf Franklin." We have been .)tti,at a?t.ir.shed at the rather prodigal use of A-e epithet by our esteeme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 March 1836

From the Baltimore Chronicle. SONG OF THE AMI' II I CAN GIRL. Our hearts arc with our native land, ur song is f.r her glory; II r warrior's wreath is in our Land, is r lips breath out her story. Her ; j"t y hills nml villovs green An: smiling bright before us; And like a rainbow t i ti is seen Her proud flag waving oer us. Anil there are smiles upon cur lips For those who meet her foomon. For glory's star knows no eclipse N hen smiled upon by woman. For those who brave the mighty deep, And scorn a threat of danger, We'v :es to cheer andtcars to wee;) cvei ocean ranger. Our hearts are v itli our native land, Our song is for ' er freedom; Our prayers are for tbe gallant band Who strikes where I. mor'll lead 'em. We love the taintless air e breathe, ' I'is freedom's endless do, er, We'll twine for him a fadeless 'vreath Who scorns a tyrant's power. They tell of France's beauties rare, Of Italy's proud daughters; On Scotland's lasses Inland's fair, And nymphs of Shannon's waters, We hee...

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