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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 28 June 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTNIEL: TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE STATE (j(jfice on Illinois Slrett, IVorth of Washington. (J. A. & J. V. ClUPMANTEdilors. (7TliC State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading' matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SEJII-WKEKIsY EDITIOX Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the jsession of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Del Uirs a yfttr, payable always in advance. TIIK 1VEEKLY EIHTIOIY Is published every Thursday, at 7Vo Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. 1 in advance will pay for six months, will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting slO in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the? fcenu-W eckly one year. jkVJ will pay f r six months, si will always be charged tor the. Tri-Weekly, and ft) cents for the v eekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVKIITISEMKXTS, will be inserted three times at o...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 28 June 1845

Li... ..-I ll... Innre cli'iv' in r'ili iillu r ilnii ti llii, fnrniir. I li 1 11'. rrt 1 I) (Ol M IIO1 M II 1 I I ' II oni "UM 1 1 IMy . V4 be so to our niulual Irieii'N. , .....i..': 1 .....1 '.i... .1 1.. 1 1 . : . ... 1 . . 1 ; . ... :n.... . I. l:oi:. In the New York foult of I !r i or s . u hen 1 he TfX:,. 11. rt.lll "er to enter into a treaty villi the conquer, d tribes, u i:i:sii.v i:iitio.. r.rrRMAi. vh.il wer. i the thicf. or i.ibv.rty. II1 AIVU'OI.IS, .HM) 2S, ISM. durin" t!.c ratification f v. li'uh he received inform. iti-Mi that a British force Ind beeulandul ntPcnsacoln, 'under the very eye of the Spanish Governor, ami wore proceeding to arm and ccjuip honks of ravages, . hu K.-.rl t iLi n srn-lri r in the neutral territory, lie m iiv 1 1 ' a x.. - s. - - - distinguished revolutionary patriots, to surround those of W ashington and Jackson the greatest and best mm our country ever produced; also some of the most prominent living politicians of the day. .Messrs. John ij...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 28 June 1845

leite r. ti:xas. The Washington Union, after cxprc-sin the opin ion that the Executive of Texas should take steps at once to drive from it territory the Mexican troops who arc crossing the IUo Grande, says: We hazard nothing in saying that such, too, would be the decided preference of our own govern ment. We had understood, indeed, that such was also the determination of Texas, if the Mexicans should be found hovering in the country between the Rio Grande and the Neuces. We d i not mean to sav tint, if the Texiaus should be found wanting to them- formidable, and the time necessary for the passage so selves, we should sutler a hostile fot to "tread her lo!1 there is no secure expeditious, or commo Witimate soil, as poon as her Congress :uul her d;ous track which can bo ever used as a highway so convention have ratified our propositions. The United as t( aI-)rJ facilities for on influx of emigrants over states will ne er bo found wanting in what she owes j Several routes have been tri...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 28 June 1845

BOOKS, etc. jrsT AT the rokstore or c. n. Hrhnnl Book; Itullinti' reek Crainni.it Hullion' latin 44 Hull Mm' LnRlisb. 44 Anthon's lorae Anihon Ca:s.ir . . IIIX IJVIJ). , Davis, a fresh supply of lu'-s fofoxvinj A i.t lion's Cicero Ad lion's Jacob ('reek Reader Autln Latin I.esona .McCntfey'a Rh titica Cnide Mciinitey's Eclectic Sia-Ilin Rook Aim, on hand a full ami cniopb te. as.-oiiineni of Srlasd Hook and Hat inner y what) is otTered very clieap fr Oi.-A. 6 T. It. DAVIS, Ito.ksdier FOR Tili: K IDli.S. sf1 ARPFXIt; ftr tla .adie ; ami companion to the Hoxver Gar- H H ". ".V '" Umden, edited by . J. LV ttninj. Received this d.iy at I .Wir' 'a K kstore. t; iiritvi. KFOXO.IIY. " I BN its relation wuh Chemistry, Physics un.l Meteorology ; or Chein- ' istry applied tu Agriruttuie. by J. I. Roiissiug.iuJt. translated from the French ly Ceoree Law. Received this day at I ii DA VI 5 's P.oostrVe. J IMIVSIOIJHiV. INM.F.MF'NTS of Fh-. : t-ey, by J- Mullen, M. P., translated from Id', lie Utr...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 2 July 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTNIEL: TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TUE STATE Q-Ojfice on Illinois Slrrtt, Xrth of Washington. (J. A. k J. 1'. CHAl'MiVNTEditoK. 0"Tlie State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. Tin: s K3i i-xv i: i: a i-v 1: u i t i o.y Is published every Wednesday and Satnrd iy, and dur ing tJic session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Dol-' lars a year, payable always in advance. Tin: wi:i:ki.y tuition ! Is published every Thursday, at Tiro Dollars a year, always tobe paid in advance. ; $l in advance will pay for six months. j ." will pay for three copies one year. I Persons remitting slO in advance, free of post-' age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one ' year. i will pay for six months, si will always be charjred for the Tri-Wecklv, and f0 cents for the "Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be in...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 2 July 1845

".i"! "'w um. uii, w'liiiiiv. mvvi 'm iiiiiL' ins rainnnr SmMcrna State Sentinel. si3:ii-wi:i.itiY. cfriism. viciLApcc n tub rmcr. or MDr.KTY. I11 !IM1,IS, Jl I,Y 2, For Cmtgress, Fifth District. WI I. LI AM w. w I C K. Ooatli of JnckKoii. On Saturday, Juno "2$, thc public ccrcmoniefc in commemoration of ihf character and services of An drew Jackson, took place according to previous ar rangement. In consequence of rain in the morning, many people living at a distance from town were no 'doubt deterred from attending, whd rMheTwise would have done ö. As it Was, however, the assemblage was renpectable. l.e procession wns formed at the Court House, at 10 o'clock, under the direction of Chief Marshal Blake and his Assistants, as near as 'possible according to the order previously adopted, twit : 1. A nnJ of Muiic. 2. Officiating Clergyman and Orator. I 2. Kernend Clerjv of the City. 4. Governor. Ex-Governors, and Officer of tate. "5. The Committee of Arrangements. 6. Officers and Soldier...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 2 July 1845

Lv (I.A. Oil A I'M AN. list or iji i i:its I n ir enrj to i!i.r."e ami il f o.-r, ihr a I ijtt:Mort tu Iran 1 ik ine? The ,Vn.;. if Jcrl.mtl, l!ir Il iJ C'htrry uml t'inr of . U Noitti-rn l.il From the Union. Antonio Ivu s. lo anfa Ana. Jscxl to liolivar, then- Is no one, anions the dUtin piiUhcd men of the Sj:inis!i American republics, vlioc life has bron finali.nl hy so many extraordi nary vicissitude: of j(ck1 nnd evil furtum, or who has attained so wide i-preud a reputation, tis Antonio ,o ez de Santa Ana. Santa Ana is a native of the d"pnrtment of Vera Cruz. Here, without enjoying uny adventitious ad vantages of birth or family, hu was enabled by Iii talents and activity, to secure great local inlluence, and then to rise radii ally to wealth and power. He bejjan to be conspicuous in l'Jl, us a p trtizan 6X Iturbide. On the promulga'iou by the latter of the plan of Ijruala, (February ill, l3"Jl,) Santa Ana, it the head of the irregular forces of the neighbor hood, succeeded, by ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 2 July 1845

r JIST it:: i : i;e. A T II Ii'"1 T He IWkstoie of C II. 1 Litis, a freli up;.ly Ihe loll oving j sinl Hook: Ilu'li..,.' liieek lirauiiiiar t.iMtoi' l.itin " lI'lliMl'il KriKlHil Ant lion' I lot are Ant boo Cicero AutOou Jacob flrerk Reada-r ..wlhou I. im Jjfsaon rUulfrV. i:!i t.ritMl (Ini lr Am lion' l'aic Mrtöllte) ' K'ejtlC Spelling P,tik I 4lo on Hand In" and Complete .101 Uncial of S luad Hook ami I Ft.it Miniy it Inch u dioeu vny cue. p mr t .i. ' AVIS, l..w.kcllcr jfi ARIUvM N'i for t ti- Ladle ; and companion to the Flnwer I ir- aim. v Mr. I.in.lei, edited hy A. J. Downing- Received ll.it Jay at MA V iS 's Ih kt..rc. ' m it ai. s:roo.iiY. i It relation villi Cheiin Jlry , Pliy-lcs nl Meteor. -logy ; Chem istry applied ! Agiicutfure. ny J." II. Hoii4iiiguilt, transl.tlrd Ir.-iu Iii Finn Ii hy (irurif I! .v. Keteivi J tili il.iv nt iz: Yss(i.o.,v. 1.!.MF.NTS of rii)M..I..:y, H J. .l-.:iYii, M. I)., translated fmin I A. Ii. litru.an by W. I'.jitv, A I II.. hit crivcd ut II AVIS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 3 July 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTNIEL: TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF TUE STATE O-fWIc on IUinstis Street, North if Washington. . A. k J. P. CHArM, Editors. CjrTbe State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Iudiana. TUG SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION I published. every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the eessica of the Legisliture, three times a week, on. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at Four Dol lars a year, payable always in advance. TIIC WEEKLY EDITION I published every Thursday, at Tuso Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. 1 in advance will pay fur six months. $3 will pay for three copies one year. k . Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year.' $'2 will pay for six months. 1 will always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and & cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dollar a squa...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 3 July 1845

3nftmna State Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITIOA. TI1MAL TI8ILAKCC I THE PICC Or LIBCK1 V. lMAWArOLlS, J1JLY 3, 1845. For Congress, Fifth District. WI L LI AM W. AV I C K. mmm Hentli C Jackson. On Saturday, June 53, the public ceremonies in commemoration of the character and services of An drew Jackson, took- place according to previous ar rangement. In consequence of rain in the morning, many people living at a distance from town were no doubt deterred from attending, who otherwise would Lave done so. As it .was, however, the assemblage was respectable. Tue procession was formed at the Conrt House, at 10 o'clock, under the direction of Chief Marshal Blake and his Assistants as near as possible according to the order previously adopted, to-wit: 1. A Band of Music. - . ' 2. Officiating Clergyman and Orator. I 2. . Reverend Clerg of the City. 4. Governor, Ex-Governora. and Officers of State. 5. The Committee of Arrangement. 6. Officers end SoIJier of the Revolution. t. Officers and Bofdiers v. ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 3 July 1845

pari markca ios. i, , ana j, on ine anwiag or aeiineaiion tciIib Dalltr ... i ,:. . ' r ...:u . -. From the Union. Antonio Lopez dc anfa Ana. Next to Eolivar, there is no one, amonj the distin guished men of the Spanish American republics, .whose life has been signalized by so many extraordi nary vicissitudes of good and evil fortune, or who has attained s . wide tpread a reputation, as Antonio Lo pez de Saüca Ana. Santa Ana is a native of the department of Vera Cruz. Here, without enjoying any adventitious ad vantages of birth or family, he wm enabled by his" talents and activity, to secure great local influence, and then to rise gradually to wealtii and power. He began to be conspicuous in. 1821, as a partizan of Iturbide. On the promulgation by, the latter of .the plan of Jguala, (February '21, 13-1,) Santa An, at the head of the irregular forces of the neighbor hood, succeeded, by coup de main, in driving tlie Spaniards out pf Vera Cruz, of which he was ap pointed governor by It...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 3 July 1845

TEXAS. The Washington Union, after expre elfrg the Opi ion that the Executive of Texas shou'J take step at once to drive from its territory the Mexican troops who are crossing the Itio Grande, says : "We hazard nothing ii sty in? that such, too, would be the decided preference of our own govern ment. We had understand, indeed, that such was also the determination of Texas, if the Mexicans 'should be found hovering in the country between the Rio Grande and the Neuces. v e d j not mean to say that, if the Texians should be found wanting to them selves, we should suffer it hostile f ot to tread her legitimate soil, a soon as her CongreM and her convention have ratified our propositions. Tbc United States will never be found wanting in what she owes to her own hiTU character, or to tho best interest of her friends." The Galvesto:i News comments at great length and with much severity upon the presumed machinations of FrtsidTut Jones, p.Ir. Smith and ' the man with the white bat to defeat...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 9 July 1845

1 . 'INDIANA STATE! SENTNIEL: -SIIE dFP(CAL GAZETTE OF THE STATE QCrHT106 011 Jtfw Mfflrtf North-j f Yahiifeton. " .. U A. & .K vTjjlLU'MAN, Editors. 07" Til? Sfcito'Sntin'Sliwill -onta.il a much larger amount of rcad.'n'Hfatr, oiall Hilyeets of general interest, than any i'ji vjwspnpcr in Indiana. Tili: SUJII-lVUUItr V Is puhliffrted very iVwiucsday ahVSaturday, and dur ing" the session of.the Legislature, three jtirnc4ti week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays an J Saturdays, 0$ Four 1) U liirs a ycar pnyatye ahvay.i.in advance. Tili: IVKKKI.V EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Ttco Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. ' Si in advance will pay for six months. I Sv will pay for three copies one year. . Persons remitting ,sl() in advance, free of post 1;;" phall have three copies oV hc Semi-Weekly one year, vail pay f r six months, gl will always 4e ctarVeil ior the Tri-Wcckly, and T ccnts for the' Weekly, d-jrin the" Legislative session?. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted thr...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 9 July 1845

i .. .t... .. . i it i i i l : i ii i o i:n v. i i.i in 1 1 :i vie ci inr n invn'i l .iv i .s.r.. ....in,.i , ,m..i .. ...i . . . , i.. mo . jit re uns im hi n !- r t, .rt, . ... ...i 6 3uMana State Sentinel. SKJ1I-WIJHKI.Y. nriMi. vioir..Ncr. i the prick r nurmy. wir Congress. Fifth District. WI L Ii I AM W. W I C K. iriyslcrii-s of ImliuiKi pulls. Indianapolis, externally, is the moist moral and most religious town in Indiana, if not in the whole West. The straitlaeedness of Connecticut would he put to the blush of shame and confusion by the pro filed puritanhm of this Capital. Nevertheless, the maxim that "extremes always meet seems to bo verified by the incidents of the last week ; as well as the fact, that the moral influence of a dozen church es is not sufficient to check the vicious propensities of a population not exceeding five thouand. The fact is, while the rascalities of respectable rascals are passed over in silence, the developments of vulgar villany will grow proporti...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 9 July 1845

TKX.Vf. I ' Thc following proclamation by tlic president of Texas explains the negotiations between the two j countrics states the result, and evidently shows that that the President prefers the -independence of Tex- i , .. ,,. . "8- a,,d "3CC tli thc world' Vt "a""cllo anJ its contingencies. By the Presihnt of the Republic of Texas, A Proclamation, Tlic Executive is now enabled to declare to the people of Texas the actual state of their atfairs with respect to Mexico, to the end that tiiey may direct and dispose them as they shall judge best for the hon or and permanent interests of the Kepublic. During thc course of the last winter, it reached thp knowledge of thc Executive from various sources of information, unofficial indeed, but still worthy of at tention and credit, that the late und present govern ment of Mexico were disposed to a peaceful settle ment of the difficulties with Texas by the acknow ledgment of our independence, upon the understand ing that Texas would maintain ...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 9 July 1845

TBiii si: '''TA G BOOKS&y ji st itucuivuix T the IrtwikMitf i.l C. .Davis, a fresh supply ' the fellow I If" Jm. Sitnsd Cooks: CuUtou' Cterk Cranmar Ciliion' l,Kiii Ilutlloti' English " At.lhoiC I Im -irr Anthoi.'s Clrrrr, Aiti tiii,- Jnrol Creek Reader Ambon' I .nl i ii I .tumi tu .VrCiitfrv' K betonen I Guilr A nl Ism 's Crs.tr Mrtiulley 'a Krlrrl'tc Spe'ditif Cook Also, on liaiid a trill awl eniiipir-ir? aoiiiicni oi f-niinoi ikk'KH nii'i HCitKtiit f v Inch i ..fitted vriy che; lor Cu A. c. i;. n.wis, iuwrn-r ro ü 'I i 1 1: i, in i i ARDE.M.NC (r Iii Indies ; ami companion lothe 1 ixVe r Gar ten, by .Xlr. I .oil. ten, edited by A. J. I i n 1114 KcirlveJ lin.t !.y a DAN IS' Co, kslore. uuiml i:ro.uiiV IN it relation w illi Chruusiry , riixic and Mctcnrology ; or f'Viii i -t r y applied In Agriculture , l.v J. P. II "iSsiinaull, translated f. mil lli KrriKli liv George lxv. lictri.ed this d.iy al r I) A VIS 'a Cookstnre. riivioMic;v. Tfl.KMK.NTS of P5 -j J.y J. .Miillm, .l . P....

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 10 July 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTNIEL: . TUE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE STATE gj-Ojflce on Illinois Street, Sörth of Washington. ' G. A. k 1 1 CHAPMAN, Editors. , . CThe State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. t Vl SEMfv:? c? K,LEDJTioL Is published every W eduesday and Saturday, and dur- ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at Four Dol lars a year, payable always in advance. THE lVnCKLY, EDITION Is published every Thursday, at 'Iwo Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. $1 in advance will pay for six months. jgi5 will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. 2 will pay fr six months, jSlwill always be charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one dol...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 10 July 1845

r"""" itv- I i j: . r v.rv-:ii 3nMana State Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITION. KTtBHAL TI OIL 4 HC I THK FB1C r LIS MTV. 13 DIANA 1'OLIS, J LEY 10, Tor Congress, Ftflh District. WILLIAM W. WICK. mysteries of Indianapolis Indianapolis, externally, is the roost moral and most religious town in Indiana, if not in the whole West. The straitlacedness of Connecticut would be put to the blush of shame and confusion by the pro fessed puritanism of this Capital: Nevertheless, the maxim that "extremes always meet," accras to be verified by the incidents of the last week ; as well as the fact, thai the morai Influence of a dozen church es is not sufficient to check the vicious propensities of a population not exceeding fire thousand. The fact is, while the rascalities of respectable rascals are passed over in alienee, the developments of vulgar illany will grow proportionately bold. This has been exemplified by the incidents of the part week. It never rains but it pours," says the proverb. Since the mu...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 10 July 1845

- CCrrWiiTia't BAutttissold aLl per bettle, or 6 botMrs forf5. TEXAS. The following proclamation by the Iresident of Texas, explains the negotiation between the wo couotrie, states the result, and evidently shows that that the Fresideut prefers the "independence of Tex as," and "peace with the world," to "annexation and its contingencies." By the President of the Republic of Ttxas. A Proclamation. The Executive is now enabled to declare to the people of Texas the actual state of their afTair&.with respect to Mexico, to .the. eod that they may direct and dispose tbem as they chall judge best for the hon or and permanent interests cf the Republic. t . During the course of the last winter, it reachefl the knowledge of the Executive from various sources of information, unofficial indeed, but still worthy of at tention and credit, that the Jäte and present govern ment of Mexico were disposed to a peaceful settle rHent.of the difficulties with Texas by the acknow ledgment of our indep...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel. — 10 July 1845

Brno ix his CoFff A correspondent if the At-i laa, furnishes a very interesting chapter, from which w rftake thd fullowin?; extract of inr Edward it lay in state for two days, .nd was visited by. Titindreoä et persona who paid their last tribute to the ccmui of the mighty Biucnberer, by gaz itS on his codin-lid. Afar the laying in state had terminated, it was found necessary to move the body, for the Purpose of niacin? it in a belter constructed ltaden efäfün than that which bad been prepared in Greece. A fripnd of mine happened to know the un dertatcr, and kindly offered to procure me admission to the chamber where the removal of the body was to be tffected an offer which, I need not say, I gladly accepted. Accordingly, on the afternoon of the Ulli of July, I proceed-! to Sir Edward Knatchbull's and found three or four gentlemen, attracted thither, like myself, to witness the solemn face of the poet, for the last time, ere it should be shut up in the .darkness of 'death. Mr. Rodder...

Publication Title: Indiana State Sentinel
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