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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 August 1852

GALL1P0L1 0 - f Uo TTb TT A IT JLOINSL Published by James Harper. "Truth and J utice. At $1 OO in Adrance. Volume XvTl. Number 37. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, AUGUST 12, 1852. AVholember 8G9. THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, Is published every Thursday morning, Is published every Thursday morning, By James Harper, Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square. Trans: I copy one year, paid in advance, If paid within 3 month. If to 6 ft M M 9 M At the expiration of the year. $1 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 2 00 Mo discontinuance until all arrearage are ettled ; and failure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered a a new engagement. Any person getting op a Club of ten t" na address, will receive a copy gratis . The cash, in such ease, matt invariably accompany toe name. ADVERTISING: . One square three insertions, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 One square 6 months, 4 00 One square I year. 6 00 To tbwe who advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. From Dickens' Household Words. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 August 1852

THE JOURNAL. r hushed- xvsar THomsDAT noxmxa BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of 91 00, in advance Office over the Book Pnfrtlc gmn Store, jas. H4rper, and A. XASH, Editors. TB 13 BSD AT IFIiDT 13, 1833 Whig Ticket. rOR PRESIDENT, m, TOFIELD SCOTT. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. GRAHAM. Senatorial Electors, EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, . WM. DENN1SON, Jr. District Electors, 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamilton Co. 2. James Scott Harrison, " 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. 4. J. VV. Delrees, Miami. 5. Dan. Seegur, Lucas. 6. H. L. Penn, Brown. 7. John M. Williams. 8. Wm. Lawrence, Logan. 9. S. Birchard, Sanduskv. 10. J. L. Van Metre, Pike. 11. W.E. Finch, Perry. 12. J. R. Stanbery, Licking. 13. John Sherman, Richland. 14. S. Orr, Wayne. 15. A. B. Norton, Knox. 16. Alex. Lewis. 17. R. B. Moore. 18. V. R. Humphrey, Summit. 19. W. L. Perkins, Lake. 20. S. C. Clark, Mahoning. 21. J. A. Bingham, Harrison. Presidential Election, November 8. For Supreme Court Judge, DANIEL A. HAYNES, of Montgomery. For Board of Pub...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 August 1852

NEWS BY THE NIAGARA. NEW YORK, August 3. 'Examro. New House of Commons t&nda ministerial 325, opposition 27S ministerial majority 63, including 40 liberal conservatives. The yacht race came off at Cowes on Thursday. The American was beaten by Arrow. Trade in the manufacturing districts not ao actire. Money abundant. Con sols on Frider was held at 103 3 8 to 103 1-2. Bullion in bank 21.660,000. Fame. The President's visit to Radan is connected with matrimonial firojects for the hand of Princess Caro ine Derassa, rand-daughter of the Duches of Baden. The President also contemplates visiting Algiers. It is re ported that a change in the ministry will take place alter nis return trom fctias burg. More political arrests have been made. Petitions ior the establishment of an empire filling up under local au thorities, at various places. Gen. -alontandan'a expedition to the frontiers of Morocco was successlul. Italy. Sixty persons were arrested at Mantua; including the Archbishop of J&a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 August 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. To provide for tbe creation aod regulation of Incorporated Companiea n the State cf Obio. Sec. 37. That If any person or per son using any such turnpike or plank road, shall, with intent to defraud any tuch turnpike or plank road company, or to evade the payment of to 1, pass through any private gate, or bars, or long any other ground near any turn pike or plank road gate, which shall be erected in pursuance of this act, or shall nractice any fraudulent means, with in tent to evade or lessen the payment of such toll, each and every person con cemed is any such fraudulent practices, shall, for every such offence, forleit and pay to the president, directors and com pany, owning such turnpike or plank v road, the sOrrjnf ire dollars, to be re cnj;rsi, wtth costs of suit, before any ''justice of the peace of the county in which such offence may have been com mitted; without stay of execution; Pro vided, nothing in this act shall bo so construed as to ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 August 1852

IDA ilMl "Truth and Jniiice." Published by James Harper. At $1 OO fit .Advance. Volume XVII.--Number ;38. G AL LIP'O LIS, OHIO, AUGUST 19, 1852, Whole Number 870. GAL EN A THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL ! published every TmraensT morning. Kr J1IIES B1BFEI, Immediately over tbe Book Store, PubVie Tuu: . I copy one year, paid ia advance. If paid within 3 months, . If - 6 m 9 At the expiration of the year. $1 00' 1 25 1 50 I 75 8 00 No discontinuance until all arrearage are settled ; and a failure to notify tbe publi? her of discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. Any person getting op a Club of Ten to b address, will receive a copy gratis. The isn, tn such case, must inTarisbly accompany tne ADVERTISING - -. One square three insertions, , - Each subsequent Insertion, One square 6 months One square 1 year. $ I 00 25 4 00 6 00 Te thne who advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. MATRIMONY. A eoaple set before a 6re , Debating which should first retire; . The husband sp...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 August 1852

THE JOURNAL. JIMSHED EVERT THURSDAY MORW1KS BY JAMES HARPER, jit the low price of tl 00, in advance Office over the Book Store, Paallc 8aaarr jas. harper., and I. A. SASH, Editors. GAIililPOLIS. tncRKDiir. - Whig Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. TOFIELD SCOTT. FOR TICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. GRAHAM. . Senatorial electors, EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENNISON. Jr. District Electors, 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamilton Co. 2. James Scott Harrison, 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. 4. J. W. Delrees, Miami. - 5. Dan. Seegur, Lucas. v 6. H. L. Penn, Brown. . 7. John M. Williams. 8. Wm. Lawrence, Logan. -. 9. S. Birchard, Sandusky. 10. J.'L. Van Metre, Pike. 11. W.E. Finck, Perry. 12. J. R. Stanbery, Licking. 13. John Sherman, Richland. 14. S. Orr, Wayne. 15. A. B. Norton, Knox. 16. Alex. Lewis. 17. R. B. Moore. 18. V. R. Humphrey, Summit. 19. W. L. Perkins, Lake. 20. S. C. Clark, Mahoning. 21. J. A. Bingham, Harrison. Presidential Election, November 8. For Supreme Court Judge, DANIEL A. IIAYNES, of Montgomery. For...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 August 1852

For the Gallipolis Journal. Agricultural Fair. LIST OF PREMIUMS. , At a meeting of the Director! of the Gallia County Agricultural Soci ety, the foilnwino t.it nf Premiums. to be Awarded at the Second Annual Fair, to be held at CSallipolis.THDRS- DAT AND FkUDAT, OCTOBER 21st and -22d,l852, was adopted: PRODUCTS OF THxt SOIL. ' Beit acre of wheat oa bottom land, f 5 00 Sd do da da 3 00 Bat acre of wheat en hill land, 5 00 24 do ' do do 3 00 Best acte of earn oa bottom land, 5 00 2d do do do 3 00 Beit am of corn oa biQ land. 5 00 2d do do do 3 00 Best acte of oats, 3 00 2d do do 2 00 Beit acre af hay, (to tie weighed when thoroughly cured,) 3 00 3d beat do do, 2 00 . Best j acre potatoes, . 2 00 3d do do 1 00 Beit half acre of beam, - 2 00 2d ' do do do 1 00 FASMIXO implements ahd DOMESTIC MAHCFACTliaES. Beit plow for general purpose! snanufsc-'-toted in the county. 2 00 Beat two bone farm wagon manufactured in the county, 9 00 Beit lot tanning implements owned by exnioiior, - Best ba...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 August 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. Tonr-vM brth. ZZZs 7r Incorporated lxaipn Ohio. CONCLUDED. CREATE AND REGULATE MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. Sec 63. That whenever any number of persons, as named in the first section of this act, associate themselves together for the purpose of engaging in the busi ness of manufacturing, thev shall, un der their hands and seals, make a cer tificate, specifying the amount of capital stock necessar. the amount of each share, the name of the place where such manufacturing establishment shall be lo cated, the Dome and style by which such company shall be known; said certifi cate shall be acknowledged, certified and forwarded to the Secretory of State, recorded and copied as is provided in the second section of this act, and when so incorporated, they are hereby author iz?d to carry on the manufacturing tpe rntions named in said certificate of in corporation, and by the name and style provided in said certificate, shall be deemed a body corporate, with suc...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 August 1852

GALL PO i'-i '! ! Published by James Harper. "Truth and JnUce. ' : . At $1 00 Id Adrance. Volume XVII-- Number 39. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, AUGUST 2G, 1852. Whole Number 871. LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. To regulate the election of Sttte and County officers. Sec. 1. Be il tnaeUd by ihe General Aaem tVy of the SUle of Ohio, That all election here after to be holden, for Governor, Lieu tenant Governor, Secretary of State, A J f Cl. a r"T P C - A. a. Atiaiior oi oiaie, i reasurer 01 oiaie, m- ' torney General. Judges o! the Supreme I Court, Judges of the court of Common j Members of the Board of Public ' Works, Probate Judge, Clerk of the court of Common Pleas, Sheriff, Coro- uer. County Auditor, County Commis- sioners, County Treasurer, County Ee-! corder, County Surveyor, Prosecuting . Attorney, Senators ana nepreser.uuves to the General Assembly, Judge of the Criminal Court of any county, and Rep resentatives to Congress, shall be held and conducted in the manner prescribed in this ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 August 1852

THE JOURNAL. BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00. in advance Office over the Book PaMIe ' Store, JAS. HRPE"R, I. A. KASH, and Editors. CALLIPOLIS. fHl'BKDAT. - 1VSIVT M, JSJ Whig Ticket. rOK PRESIDENT, GO, TOFIELD SCOn, TOU TICK PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. GRAHAM. Senatorial Electors, EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENN1SON, Jr. District Electors, 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamiltou Co. 2. James Scott Harrison, " 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. 4. J. W.Delrees, Miami. 5. Dan. Seegur, Lucas. 6. H. L. Penn, Brown. 7. John M. Williams. ' 8. Wm. Lawrence, Logan. 9. S. Birchard, Sandusky. 10. J. L. Van Metre, Pike. 11. W.E-Fmck, Perry. 12. J. R. Stanbery, Licking. . 13. John Sherman, Richland. 14. S. Orr, Wayne. 15. A. B. Norton, Knox. 16. Alex. Lewis. 17. R. B. Moore. 18. V. R. Humphrey, Summit. 19. W. L. Perkins, Lake. 20. S. C. Clark, Mahoning. 21. J. A. Bingham, Harrison. : Presidential Election, November 8. For Supreme Court Judge, DANIEL A. HAYNES, of Montgomery. For Board of Public Work. David h. bear...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 August 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. Fixing the salaries ef certain State Officers. Sto. I. Be U enacted by the General As sembly ef Die Stale of Ohio. That the wml Officers hereinafter mentioned, shall be entitled to receive fbr their services, the following sums, annually? The Gover nor, eighteen hundred dollars. The Lieutenant Governor, five dollars per day during the sitting of the Legislature. The Judges of the Supreme Court, sev enteen hundred dollars. The Judges or the Common Pleas Court, and the Judge of the Criminal Court of Hamilton nr. I I J J. 11 TL. luuuiy , uiircu uuuurou. uuunra, - s ue Secretary of State, fourteen hundred dollars. The Treasurer of State, fif teen hundred dollars. The Auditor of Rl.lfl aIwIaam It...,! 4 flnl I . v. . Tkfl luiuf vij.tcC'U UUUUICU uviiiiii i uu State Librarian, six hundred dollars. The Attorney General, one thousand dallars, and three per cent, on all col lections made for the state by him; Pro vided, the aggregate amount of his com pens...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 August 1852

[Correspondence of the Boston Bost] OCEAN HOUSE, Newport, Aug. 9, 1852. Optkaobocs Attack vron a SOCTHERKEH A MoH HtJHDKEDS or Southerners Leavihg. This usually quiet village was this morn ing full of excitement, occasioned by an attack of waiters upon the person of E. M. -Yerger, Esq., a young planter from the South. The circumstances are. as follows: On Sunday, at dinner, Mr. Yerger was helping some ladv friends to a dish, when a waiter attempted to take it- from his hands. He very promptly and properly raised the case-knife which ho held, and struck the waiter's face.. The . waiter was taken from the room, and dinner vent on ns usual. The next morn ing, Mr. Yerger went to breakfast, and being seated, discovered a move ment among the waiters, and, having armed himself in anticipation or an attack, he prepared for self-defence, lie held a pistol in each, hand, and as the mob advanced he told them that he would kill the first man who came within five feet. By this threat I believe h...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 September 1852

GAUIPQ JUo Published by James Harper. "Tru th and Juatice." ; At Si 00 in Adrauce. Volume XVII- -Number 40 GAL LI POL IS, OHIO, -SEPTEMBER 2, 1852. Whole Number 872. THE GALLIPOtlS JOURNAL. Ii published every Thuhidit morning. Mr JAMES BlBFUi Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square. Tims: .- t copy one rear, paid in advance, If paid within 3 monthe, If - 6 mm m q .. At Qw expiration of the year. $1 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 3 00 No discontinuance until all arrearages are nettled: and a failure to notify the publiber of discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. Any person getting np a Club of ten t ne address, will receive a copy gratis . The cm, in roeh cue, must invariably accompany the name. - Adyestisiwo: , One square three insertions, $ 1 00 - Earn snbseqnent insertion, 25 One square 6 months. 4 00 One square 1 year. S 00 ' To those who advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. From the St. Louis Evening Gazette. TWENTY YEARS AGO. I've wandered to the villa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 September 1852

THE JOURNAL. MBLISHBD EVERT THTRSDAT MORXDCO BY JAMES HARPER, M thi low price of 91 00, ia advance Office over the Book Store, - Pablie 8rarea JAS. HARPER, A. SASII, and Editors. . GALLIPOMS. f DCK8DAT. - - - - Whig Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WIXFIELD SCOTT, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, mm A. GRAHAM. Senatorial Electors, EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENNlSON, Jr. District Electors, 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamilton Co. 2. James Scott Harrison, " 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. 4. J. W. Delrees, Miami. 5. Dan. Seegur, Lucas. 6. H. L. Penn. Brown. 7. John M. Williams. 8. Win. Lawrence, Logan. 9. S. Birchard. Sandusky. 10. J. L. Van Metre, Pike. 11. W.E. Finck, Perry. 12. J. R. Stanberv, Licking. 13. John Sherman, Richland. 14. S. Orr, Wnyne. 15. A. B. Norton, Knox. 16. Alei. Lewis. - - 17. R. B. Moore. 18. V. R. Humphrey, Summit. 19. W. L. Perkins, Lake. 20. S. C. Clark, Mahoning. 21. J. A. Bingham, Harrison. Presidential Election, November 8. is For Supreme Court Judge, DANIEL A. HAYNES, of Montgomery. For Bo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 September 1852

We -recommend the ; following from the Chillicothe. Gazette to our Whig readers: Our Congressional District. "'The Locofoco party,' in power last winter in our State Legislature, among their various "reforms,"so called, Ger rymandered the State into Districts for the election of Members of Congress- This they did, in two Ways: 1st -by at taching Whig counties to Locofoco coun ties in auch a way that the latter will be pretty certain to outvote the others, with out toasting too many voles in the ma jority; and, Sdly, by throwing as many heavy Whig counties together as possi ble, so as to use up the Whig ekcess in the State in thai way. Never, belore, ' was there such gross unfairness mani- fested by a legislative majority. Hith erto some semblance of decency, of re gard for the rights of the opposing par ty, of reference to the wishes, wants, in terests and homogeneousness of the peo ple, bad been observed, by those whose duty it became to apportion the State for the election of Repr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 September 1852

A Visit to Laura Bridgman. A few day since I paid a visit, by Invitation, with a friend, to the Blind Institution," at South Boston, here I had an opportunity to see Laura Bridgman. Although much has been written about this interes ting young ladyt ye' I rn inclined to believe that her ac ual condition fs not generally well understood. The Blind Institution -has long been established, and is now under the superintendence of Dr. Howe, a man whose intelligence and humani ty admirably fit him for the situation, As we rang the bell, a little Hind - boy opened the door. In answer to the inquiry if the Dr. was in, the little fellow replied, "I w'H go and see.V There was a cheerfulness and alacrity about his movements that interested us. It was singular to hear the boy say he would see, when he knew he could not see at all. While we were standing on. the steps we saw several small boys br the entrance walk, picking op" the smooth stones, handing them to each other, each earnestly describin...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 September 1852

OIJRNAL Truth and Juiticc.)) Published by James Harper. IAt $1 00 In Advance. Volume XVII.--Number 41. G A L L I P OJSyO,; SEPTEMBER 0 , 1852, Whole Number 873. GALL P0L1S ;tqe galupolis journal, If published erery Thdisdat morning, -' BrMIIIES BIBPIBi Immediately over the Book Store, Public -- - Square, Team: J copy one year, paid in advance. If paid within 3 months. If "- 6 . M M O ta At the expiration of the year. $1 00 I 25 1 SO 1 75 2 00 Mo discontinuance until all arrearages are ettled j and a failure to notify the publisher of discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. Any person getting op a Club of ten to ne address, will receive a copy gratis. The tui, ra sue case, must invariably accompany the name. Advertisings One square three insertions. Each subsequent insertion, One square S months, . One square I year. To those who advertise larger (taction will be made. $1 00 25 . 4 00 6 00 liberal re- THE PRESENT. " Look not forever forward, . Wilh anxions heart and ey...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 September 1852

THE JOURNAL. MIHSHED EVERT THS1T MOR1TOMI BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00, In advance OSice over the Book Store, Pa arte Bfnfii jas. harper, g. A. SASH, and Editors. G1LLIPOMS. ran km dat. KPT. 9. ISM Whig Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT, GE, WIXFIEID SCOTT, FOE VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. GRAHAM. Senatorial Electors, EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENNlSON, Jr. District Electors, 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamilton Co 2. James Scott Harrison, " 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. 4. J. VV. Defrees, Miami. 5. Dan. Seegur, Lucas. 6. H. L. Fenn, Brown. 7. John M. Williams. 8. Win. Lawrence, Logan. 9. S. Birchard, Sandusky. 10. J. L. Van Metre, Pike. 11. W.E. Finck, Perry. 12. J. R. Stanbery, Licking. 13. John Sherman, Richland. 14. S. Orr, Wayne. 15. A. B. Norton, Knox. 16. Alex. Lewis. 17. R. B. Moore. 18. V. R. Humphrey, Summit. 19. W. L. Perkins, Lake. 20. S. C. Clark, Mahoning. 21. J. A. Bingham, Harrison. i Presidential Election, November 8. For Supreme Court Judge, DANIEL A. HAYNES, of Montgomery. For Bo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 September 1852

Dxatb or U.S. Tsoors. On the 5th of July, eight companies of the Fourth Regiment of the United States Infantry under the command of Lieut. Colonel Bonneville, left New York en route for California Ti the Isthmus. These companies consisted each'of about one hundred men and officers, with an unusual large number of women and child ran..; The Panama Herald says that these soldiers were deserted by their officers while crossing the isthmus, and for want of good and proper care, One hundred are taid to have died ovl of the seven hundred enlisted in New York. Only one of the com missioned officers died. We only allude to it to show that proper care and attention would have ensured a smaller bill of mortality among the common soldiers. The survivors and their officers are now- on their way to Binecia, California; where we think a court martial should be convened at once to try the officers above named for their dereliction of duty. Captain Marcy. St Loins, August 28. Capt. Mar ty arrived h...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 September 1852

Black Hawk's Oriirioyi of Gki. Scott. Next . to Tecumaeh, Black Hawk was probably the Jteenest, most fugacious, and must intellectual Indian chief that ever lived in this country. Gen. Scott was sent at ths head of an army against his nation, and the chief had the best opporlnnitv of forming a correct pinion ol his distinguished foe. The following is from the Life of Black Hawk, dictated by himself and published at Boston in 1S31, IS years ago: I have a good oiinionof the American war pitieVgenerally with """.'."i 1 drrT" acquainted; and my people, who had an opportunity of seeing and becoming well acquainted with the great war chief (Gen. Win field Scott), who made the last treaty with them, in conjunction with the preat chief of Illinois (Governor Reynolds), all tell me that he the greatest brave tney ever saw, ana a good man one who fulfills all his promises. Our braves speak more highly of him than any ch'ef who has ever been among us. Whatever he says may be depended upon. If h...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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