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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 November 1837

l. i. OUR COUNTRY-OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. RSOOKV!LIE' FSMKL' COUTVTY, IWAA, FRIDAY, OVEIIBEK 10, 1837. Bttf-TZox: -tjj-B. -i. . ' TEK.JIS OP THE AM E RICA X. 9 advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at t!J expiration of the year. The Editor will disoutmuj subscription at his option. nve. inscMiJNTs. Twelve lines, or less, will be ; s -rtJil once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 c;:iU will be charged for each additional insertion THE TOIES. hard earnings of the industrious classes, bein t-iuariy a tax on the circulation of the products of SPEECH OF 31 R. K ISG, OF GEO 11 G I A, 0 1 Me Bill imposing' additional duties, as Depospmtnr'us, i:t certain cases, on public officers . Delivered in the Senate of the United S'ales, September 2-, 1-2 1. Th3-3enafo Laving under considera tion the bill imposing additional duties, as depositories, in certain cases, on public officers ,Ir. KING, of Georgia, said that he had not i:.:e:it!eJ to address the Senate on the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 November 1837

money price of the commodities?7 Though this was the natural "tendency," "conflicting causes marvellously maintained prices." What were the conflicting causes referred to by Mr. Gurney Evidently the "increased otivltp in the manufacturing districts" by the increased demand for the products of English labor for American consumption. The depreciation of commodities by the appreciation of money w as counteracted by an appreciation of commodities by an increased Though the ideas of Mr. r- .. c..r., rVnr. he sppms. for want of fa.te. tn he involved in embarrassment and nnnoi-ont rmi tra (It ci inn. That the value of! mnnov was raised in England by an insuffi pipnrvin nu.ntitv. was inconsistent with the exnoi-taUon of gJld, unless in America, also, the currency was contracted. And yet contraction of the currency in America was in.-nntiifnt with our increased demand for F.nalUh manufactures. Had the witness, however, known that, so far from a contrac t'mn. mip rnrroncv had expanded near 10...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 November 1837

AMER IC A N. nUOOKVILLE, IIVDI A3f A. FR1DAT, NOVEMBER 10. 1837. Ths Sc8q.vkhahna. This packet 6hip, which was said in our last to havo been taken by the pirates off the capes of Delaware, is now supposed to be safe. That her capture by the pirates is all a bosx. .Vr. Thos. Pursel, has obtained the, contract for rarrvii:e the mail from Cincinnati via Rmnkvillo to Indianapolis; from Brookville to Centrevil le; I nnd from Brookville to Richmond, for four years from the 1st of January next. His Excellancy, N. Noble, Governor of the State, was in this place oil Monday last. King's Speech. We commence, in this paper, the publication of the able and logical speech of the Hon. John P. Kixo, of Georgia. Mr. King is a Van Buren man, has been, and still is a supporter o! Mr. Van Buren and his adminintration. Every statement he makes, he produces the evidence so clearly that every man that reads is compelled to believe. For a real solid, argmncnlive i speech, it is equal to any we ever read. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 10 November 1837

SSSSCEL-I-ArVKOVS. J-Vom the ladianian. THE SAILOR'S FUEEKAL. BY T. WAKE GIBsOS. iloom for the ocean dead, Tiacc comrades for Ins form; That flag above him spread, That V.id the battle storm ( Fnll oa he's watched through flame and smc.;e, And shivered spars, and sabre stroke. ITe'il sleep r.ot in the grave, No earth shall load his breast; His tomb shall be the wave, His monument, its creat. We Bhcd no far, but the wine cup red, Must pledge the memory of cur dead. The pun is fired, away With" the dead to his rest; Ilo'i pone the ocean spray Has closed above his breastNor sigh, nor tear lor him bo shed, .Nor prayer cbove his tcmb be said. Oft in the niirht watch still. Shall his luv'd name be breath'd; For hini, with cypress will The fastal cup be wreath'd. ;Tis thus wo mourn cur cherished dead h h mmim'i when Uio is nea. Woman cannot be never is vile, without Uievaleufmar. sinnuer.ee. l rue, sue s.im to deeper depth?; but is not proof of her pes- sessir.fthe sensibilities mat vomu t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 November 1837

HIl (DA OCR COUXTRV OCR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY S FRIENDS. B V C. F. c L n "V. BBOOKVILLE, FRAXKLW COUNTY, IXDIAXA, F2KIDAY, XOVEJIREII 17, 1837. VOL,, v. IVo. 40. TERMS OK THE AMERICAN. ,,, tii noe ?-,r in six months; or $.1,00 at tl,J, ev;! ration of the year. The Editor will diB-c0.ilinu-subscription at his option. V!-K.iri-J8s r Twelve lines, or less, will be i-ii;nl 0100 or -'"M time, for one dollar, and '& c'vii bcciitred for each additional insertion TiSE thii-is. 31 U. KIXi!, Or GRORGIA, 0 i f':e .Vi bi posing additional duties, at Depot- !. r.f. i.a i (. i-f'j, o'i pit.iitc omcerx -.. t""viic, iiciunps oniyooject or tins measure was to save iroin explosion some of the tottr mg deposite banks in the West and Southwest, when they should he called on to comply with the deposite law, and surrender the public money his object could not have been to prevent over-issues, such an object beinr inconsistent w ith his opposition to the deposit" bill, which was c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 November 1837

lioi of the Im;i- of England w lib h is adinit-vtssful and happy operation. He learned its teJ lo h:ivt' rm hi. f.l the unoneion? This 1 historv. and found that it was established by nail plain enough, but an effort is made to the party to which he had always been atdraw our attention from the true causes by tat lied, -Villi the immortal Madison at their crying out consp;racy; yes a conspiracy be- head who after fatal experience had changed tween our merchants "and English bankers and j his opinion en the subject. This paternity tlir It:inb nf llmtl-iD,!. t. dpfoat the Executive! recommended it. but rellection as well a-? e-x- poliov!! Never was auianfo beset with plot; perience convinced him of its great utility as I'le ex rrcsi- a (manual agent to tiio government, as an aid to internal and external commerce, and a Ifur the currency, or as a j after the withdrawal of its after the removal of the obligation was it under to liunnul regulator, mocracy and economy upon or even i lranci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 November 1837

H n o O K V I li 13 , I IV 1 I A I A. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IT. 1837. The Casal. The enterprising contractors, J. Wilcox & Co. have finished the Canal dam across the Esst Vork of White-Waier. at this place, and . . I...,, r l. 1 1 , n lit 1 1.1 rf t lid I 1 o J the water was hi imu v.. .m- 1 n ll on Saturday last, a-nl many of our citizens have cite) bat of floating upon a portion of Indiana's J Great Works of Improvement. The dam backs ' tV water nearly i.p to Speer' mills, making the j v,-t V.irV i svler.did basin for the transaction of! hu-sinc-s. 'i f lms sniJll finished portion of the "iiiamiuotu system,'" calls to our imagination a picture of the wealth, prosperity, and inceieiide'.'.ce, of the White-Water Valley 50 years j K'licc. R animates the heretofore drooping spirits j ef ;ur citizens, r.nd is to be discovered in their j c .arj:niT eves, their quick and elastic step, and in j ti.v disposition to i:nprovo every momei.t to turn to profit the avaciagea mey are recei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 17 November 1837

IVo f.'ie Lady's Etck. NAXCY'3 HILL AND NANCYS HROOK. BY E. V. A mom; Oie o'ij.-ct of intoreM that attract Ore attention of visiters to th White Hills of New Hampshire, Nancy s Hill and anry Brook, are invariably po'ntel oat. 'Vf m;tv he seen about mites south of the illey llon'C.fO well known as the ?pot vyliero a .i .1.. r.. ,t.r.. iiv.Mif awav bv an avf.lan- WliUiu I'll""' "l -"'I , '.SwiiuCll wai her escort thither, liv the way thcWt told talc was repeated, and her consent o their future union gained. As tliey slowly mi their way through the tangled forest he bejruileil ner wiunicscrip lonsi.i mh: pleasures they would enjoy when he took her to Portsmouth. There" a cottage, a uardtm :ind a cow awaited lur. She was already in i imagination, Mieir happy possessor, and enjoy -lias; tho fnie sights of lr!smoulh. S Siie had received her waes from the ColI anel, and wish, all the confidence of unsuspei linil love, insisted that he should lake it. to chase arlic les f( r their anticips ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 November 1837

IMMIAMA AMIS o OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. 13V C. F. CLAKKS03T. BROOKVIUE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, WOVEHBER 24, 1837. TEHMS Oi" THE AMERIC.VX. iin T,tv-i:icj iti six months; or CH.OO at VOL. V. N. 47. .. ! I 1 1 . - Ml 1 t!, cc )i ration ot tuoje-ir. i h-j i,uiior win ais- I welve linos, or loss, will be 0(3 time;?, for cr.c ctollar. and 25 1 f.r each additional insertion ivna rutins t i ort3.1 oiico or tl: cr.M will bo e'.iir, i r a it st is on .s s pe i:c 1 1. Lrlrad of a rpcech ('Jiwral on 5;7t e Jkj s.', f.i Piquet. Ohio, by Gen. Harrison. In relation to the other branch of the subvet of liu currency upon which I proposed to t'loak, I shall say hut little, ncr can 1 believe thai much necessary to he said, I allude to the proposition to establish u National Bank, (')(.; dopcridcint upon the Treasury; whilst th:it Treasury, agreeably to the modern doctrine, is entirely under he control of the Chief Executive Magistrate. Is it possible th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 November 1837

THE TIMES. From the TFctlern Christian Advocate. A. LYCFUM EXERCISE. Volney"! Theory of the Lizc of A'ature disproved by an app-al to matter if fact. The erudite and highly gifted Volncy, in Iris celebrated "Hums," iiys down the thesis, that human reason ;can collect, from the light of nature-, an immutable code of Ian, which shall he not for one family only, hut for th whole race of men." Ruins, p. 174. He subsequently, in compliance with the request of the assembly of nations, defines this law of nature, and analyzes it into its component part. He defines it to be, "The constant and regular order of facts, by which God governs the universe: nn order which l is wisdom presents to the reason and sense of men, as an equal and common rule for their actions, to guide them without distinction of country or sect towards happiness and perfection." Ruins', p. 17.3. Now if it tie true thai this law actually has an existence, and is sufficient to instruct men in their duty to God and each ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 November 1837

AMERICA ItROOKVILLE, INDIANA FRIO A V, NOVEMBER 84. I83T. Ho. Jas. Rariden passed through this place on Wednesday morning last on Iu9 way to Wash ington city. The approaching Congress will prob 8b!v remain in session eight months to do noth ingOur members of the Legislature will probably leave for Indianapolis about next Thursday. There will be considerable business of moment before this Session. Internal Improvements Classification the Banks uevised Code of Laws Surplus Revenue, fcc. 4c. 4:. which will probably protract the session over the usual time. We understand that Gen. Stapp, Doctor Raymond, Marks Crume, Thos. J. Evans, and eome others, are candidates for speaker of the House. The election of Prosecuting Attorney for this Judicial Circuit will probably come on at an ear ly day of tt.e session. John A. Matson, Esq. of this county, and Dan'l Kelso, of Switzerland, are vc believe, candidates for the office. OrFor our big readers, we have most glorious news from New York. It is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 24 November 1837

r it v. t. o u lrs P It A Y E It. Paragraphs in an acrostic. BY THOMAS STVRTKVANT, JR., 4 t..l,hpr in the 251 Ilcimcnl of United Slates Infantry, and pris:u r of tear, in the province of L'i per Canada. Our Lord an! Kins, who reign'st enthroned on Jwffter of light, inystcnons Deity. JFAo art thc great I thc llst- l.lie first' .iw rto-i.tpnus. holy, merciful, and just- In realms of glory, scenes where Angels sing, feaceii is the .1 .veiling place of God our King, Hallowed thy name, which doth all names transJ?p thou adored, our great Almighty Friend, Thy "-lory shines hevond creation's space, AWdinthe hook of justice and of grace: Thy kingdom towers beyond the starry skies; KiixrdoM Satanic falls, but thin shall rise. Come let thine empire, O thou Holy One, Thy great and evarl isting will be done! m God make known his will, his power display! Be it the work of mortals to obey. Ione is the great, the wondrous wors of love. 0; Calvarv's cross he died, but reigns aoove: Earth, bears the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 December 1837

A irVTTTTTJ driicdan a n Bte jmmiiiiji Aautaifc OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST- -ANI) OUR COUNTRY 8 FRIENDS. E5Y C. F. CTiiRKSO.. IHKOOKYILLIS, FRAIVIiEiIiV COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECG1IBER 1 1837. VOL,. V. S0. 48. TERMS OP THE AMRRlCiX. $ ia advance $2,50 in six months; or $.1,00 at the expiration of the year. The Editor will discntmue subscription at his option. Advertisements. Twelve lines, or less, will be inserted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 ce.lts W1U ue cn;nj;cu iui culii iuuiiiuuai insertion THE TIJIES. From the Western Christian Advocate. A LYCEUM EXERCISE. Volney s Theory of the Law of JValure disproved by an appeal to matter of fact. 1 (concluded.) ' ut we will grant that the being of God ' rol be learned from nature, that the deist may Vdvc all the advantage which the concession l m give him. The question then before us does God govern the universe by a constant and regular order of facts, which "his wisdom presents to the reason and senses of men, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 December 1837

THH TIMES. From tl.r Const ilulionaliit. LETTER FKOM .1. P. KINfJ, OF GF.O. Senate Ciiamreu, Oct. 1S37. Dear Sir: Justice to myself compels mc rclact.mtlv, to notice an, article in the Constitutionalist of the 3d inst. In that article you do me giat injustice. You assail me where I am most sensitive hut at the same time most invulnerahle. If I have any pride as a politician, it is the pride of consistency: if I have any- claim to merit, it is an adherence to principles: if I have any benevolent virtue, it is lasting gratitude io mv friends, and I wish no other distinction than (hat of nn honest devotion to the interest, of my constituents. My claims and pretensions being humhle, I assert ll.ctn with the more resolution, and hope you w ill neither mistake my temper, or my object, if I call on ymi to retract or prove some of the e h irges you bring against me. I ask, then, what are 'the great principles which the democratic parly profess,' which I have abandoned, and w hat 'changes of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 December 1837

.J X nROOKVILliE,! D I A X A. "FRIDAY, DECKMBRH 1. 1837. .... I ... ....... t..,.-rt.1 111 I 4 1 piRE 1;0 IHUH IUUJI HI fill ...141 ls been considerable trouble to our jailor and vis. Some three weeks since he burned a hole . door; ami would have been out in a few m,te6l..ul he not been uiscovero.i ey some h our jankson stormi s who rose before daylight. After that he IlCu, ullv LllKI !! t 3 I.VJ 1'ican lf-TV II) c j testimony stronger than ever in favor of the Con- niiiiui-ii.aiiuoi me v tug principles. She ha elected an entire Whig Senate, composed of 40 members; and in the House, composed of something over 5H) members, there is not sufficient Van Burenism to remark upon. We copy the following good sentiment relative to Massachusetts from an Eastern paper.But our good and renowned Commonwealth, how shall we speak of her! With what a noble front lias she borne herself, through the hratinr of this Undismayed, unterritied. faithful. among the faithless, never seduced, never tempted. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 December 1837

15 ISC MiA X KOI'S. Tiir. possessions or god. BY WM. WALLACE, OF INDIANA. " The Eurlh ii the Lord's." Psalms. The Earth is GouV. The rivers shout His praise As from her cavernM womb they lenp to light; The emerald trees and adamantine hills Before Him bond their royal plumes'. In bold Ai d awful grandeur roll the dark-blue torrents At His bidding: and the huge volcano Like a sriant altar of the World, Internally sends up its solemn incense Unto Him whose presence tills the Universe. ii. The Sea is Con's! What marring foot hath press'J Ha glorious brow save His! The fire-clad storm A ml" the bright billows in their golden halls And gem-uuilt caves and jcwel'd palaces, Confess His pow'r: O! most beautifully The wil, dark waters blend their solemn song Of chor-.l worship with the sounding Organ Of the Upper Seas, whose notes pervade The starry oceans of Immensity. in. The Sky is GonV. and myriad worlds that roll Within the abysses of the Deity And worlds that gild Creation's sun-capt t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 December 1837

IWIMAMA AMI (DAM. OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. s 'in aJv iu in six months; or $3,00 at th3 expiration of the year. I he Editor will discjntinaas'ibssription at his option. Vnvs!tri3EMESTs. i weive imes.rr less, win op tlirpp tiinp?. fnr nnp Hrllir nnil v:i i.lS'jriuii uuc i" ; ' 13 will be charged toreacu aaamonai insertion BKOOKVILLIS, FRAIVfilillV COUNTY, LDIAA, FRIDAY, DECEJIBEH 8, 1837. VOL. v. TVo. 49. THE TIMES. From the -Veto York Journal of Commerce. IMPORTANT FROM CANADA. Bs- the annexed extracts it appears that blood hi' evn spilt in i,owcrtanaJa, in the contest between the government and the partv of Mr. Papineau. From the .Montreal Courier, Extra, of JK'ov. lSlh. Oa ThursJH V evening a considerable num ber ol warrants were lodged mi the hands of the high onstabhs, who succeeded, wiih a n ii tv of special constables, in arresting six of the delinquents iUusM-s. Anure uuimei, r;res- i'ent oi iae "jus uc ia iiocrie. j....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 December 1837

BKOOUVEL 3, E, 1 I 2? I A .11 A. SiTl Kll lV, DKCEMBER 9. ! SS7. American Office, Saturday lorning. Dec. In the vain hope of receiving the Governor's Message, ami the procPeOings of the Legislature, we have delayed the American until this late hour. Jut it has nut been received. We have been watch lug the hg- drovers and tragjoer for the last iwo days, in hope of receiving a copy of the Message in aJcnncc of the mail- The mail left InJ'p'napilis on Wednesday and reached here on Thursdty evening, but through the particular attention of our members of the Legislature, no message was received at this place, for which of of course, are under innumerable obligations to them, tiut what is the use cf complaining we never promised oi:r patrons to ba mail carrier, as well as editor r.nj publisher. Our readers need net expect the Governor's Message before Chrutmas, aj we shall now publish the President's Message first providt d nlumys, we receive it. Advertizing. Wo wish our advertising frien...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 December 1837

From the Louisville City Gazette. HEN. II A Hit I SOX. Thi-veteran, whose popularity made the ;t III! adUK:i thi SOITiOii CnlllllHlS of the 1,,,, juration, will npiin bo brought out by -1"'" . . inul II. L.w'U..,. I. . .sllvlhe candidate of the people, and will l. . c i : t.i I. iii-i r----- 1 admire?' patriotism. ll'iVt! OiilCCI, r. Jin h:i. d i! in a life in the public tii'UH'.ed the character of an honest an ex" want:'.', service lit: lias been Irieii as and lie was not found We In v. roeenlly p s d nuian: d through a large and have conver- ' .i u iiii :;nnv persons in that section, on the ' -V,j.t! of'thene-xl Presidency. The opinion , - 'iit iiti- I Ii ivi--ii was tbp vn-U'l-" v.... tr, who shiil l he nominated against the I'uven O.vd be, or their selection. His majority iii Indiana would he overwhelming; inVto ni!i another would he to jeopard the pirtv in that stale, whatever might he the '!.v;ont sin.-. His nanti? and his connexion Ivit'i the narly has done more to advance it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 December 1837

mm wT-t.ni'WW y.tzii e a id .idocnle Ol'NMJ MEN. Fc ... '.V ,V. A VOlt' c T V v it s: . .1 . -t . M' stin yii.Mi:vr, . This i a Mbj-ct fraught wilU difficulty. Mankind are I irnM.ed with many faculties that ii tv r;r able of bestowi:: muh iimuso meat: which "sufficiently shows ns,"' snvs Ad-J utson, '-that i'roxidenoe" did not design this ; LOOK AT TIMS, j V. KDRINGTON. IWRRF.R & H.IR g- of IWkvillc for the purpose nf servinff an v no mnv favor him with a call; and onlinuing it late tit evening, mid then saliyins: out in a porspit atioe, in the cold or damp night air, n thousand times more mischief has boon done, than all tho benefit which il has LfTorded would balance." And besides, as daiieint: assemblies arts usually conducted, attention to business, to merit they become, to jotingmen the nurseries ol intcmpcrnnce. prodigality, and indolence. "It were rrratlv to bo wished that this t X'T- rise might be regulated by those rules whun human experience has indicated, inst...

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