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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 December 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE (gj-OJice ort Illinois Street, North ff Washington. G. A. iV J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. ' C7The State Sentinel will contain a iiiueh larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SCHI WEEKLY UDITIOX Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and during the session of the Legislature, three times a week, 1 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at Four Dollars a year, payable always in advance. THE WEEKLY EÖITIO? Is published every Thursday, at Turo Dollars a year, always tobe paid in advance. J1 in advance will pay for six months. $5 will pay for three copies one year. Ferson3 remitting ftlO in advance, free of postage, ehill have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year.. 2 will pay f r six months. .1 will always oe charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 5'J cents for tbe Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at One dollar a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 December 1845

3abiana State gcntutcl. WEEKLY EDITION. rrti TioiLAWcr n the raicg or himtt. INDIANAPOLIS, DrCESlDER 4, IS15. ' ; - - i Tbc Governor's Message. We publish tlii document in another column in full. It is concise and comprehensive, and will be j read with more pleasure by the people than similar documecta of several preceding years. It will be een that the prospect of an arrangement for the resumption of payment of the interest on the State debt, is favorable. Something no doubt can and will be done at the present session. The Governor recommends a reform in county expenditures, which is much needed ; also, suggests sundry reforms in the criminal courts, and system of punishments, all of wbfch merit the attention of the Genrral Assembly. Election of Speaker. The election of Mr. Simonso:, of Clark, as Speaker cf the House, as we might say, vilhout opposition, is one of the most complimentary things which ever occurred in this State or any other. The Whigs of the House, many of them, des...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 December 1845

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. -t of additional expense, and what is probably it c ii c -" more importance, necessarily deferring action Gentlemen of Ike Senate, j u he gubjcct for another vcar and of th. House of Representatives: j am happy tö fctate tJjat Notwithstanding much Inbemj permitted again to convene under au$pi- delay occasior.id by the preralentsicknera of the past cioua circumstances, for the discharge of the import- sca6onf t,e different examiners have finished their ant trusts d-Wf-ated to us for the welfare .of the peo- a)ors. Complete returns or their work have been reple, we find abundant cause of congratulation. Dur- Ceived, and suitable persons are now engaged in thi3 ing the year which is now drawing to a chwe, sick- piace jn making tlie final selections from them, ness, although wide spread, has been attended with but it nas already been stated that the mode of selectcomparatively little mortality, and is happily sucqeed- in g the States' moiety within the strip on each ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 December 1845

Arrival or the Steamship Britannia. Thirteen Ways L.aicr f rom Europe Terrible Railway Rantum in. EngUnlanl France Expected Famtn in England Proposed Opening of the Ports Mating ths English Cabinet Depression in the Cotton. Market ExcileJ Ebings in England on the Corn Ijvcs Renewed V- liiical Agitata in EngUnl an J Irehnill'signa ion r." Marshal SoaJl Affairs i India l''1-' ' Kader and the French Frustration of Trade in j the M-imifarliirLtf Districts lit islncsi HI ilC Iron Trade Marl.tils. tyc. n..t.,m.k;n n.JMnr.; ved at Ujstan on mursuay r - n - l A v ,wu sr at a-""" - evenirg, November -0, wuu tnmecn oaj u..--f)-ir arrnnnU in a ommercial td C.iancial point of view. are more impottant tb-io tf.ry hive been for t:.e Ui ,1 year A terrible ievolin h.is comnienci d in hn'.ai f, gieater than that of 1SJ5, aDvl similar to that of Wi in ii e : toited Stt. Tlii revulioii hs b.m piod'icid by the, eombintd influence f alal harvet all oe r hilun 1 an I Europe, a bad moeeiaiy ys'.em, aaJ ui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 December 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF THE STATE fö-OJJlce on Illinois Street, North of Washington. G. A. & J. P. CUAl'MAN, Editors. ' 0The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. TfIC SCJII-UXEKLY EDITION I published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at Four Dollars a year, payable always in advance. TUG WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. SI in advance will pay for six months. $5 will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting ÄlO in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $z will pay for six months. Ä1 will always oe charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 December 1845

f.lr. Llhs replied that there was immense quantitic of land belonging to the General Government in the State of Indiana subject to overflow, which not tmly rendered it worthless to the Government, as they could not expect to realize any thing from it while in th: condition, but it U exceeding prejudicial to the people living adjacent. If the right of the State to it was continued, it could be reclaimed, acj rendered valuable. Mr. Edmoodaon moved to refer it to the committee on agriculture ; which motion prevailed. Ir. Alliuon moved a suspension of the rules in or der to take tip the joint resolution in relation to legal 1Z1PST the bets 01 llenrv Strickland, a Justice OI the peace in Green county, hieb was accordingly done; joint resolution was read the third time and passed, j On motion of jlr. Chapman of L., tne donate aujourncd. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Petitions, .Memorirls, lie. presentetL De Mr. Dowling. a petition from Vigo for a divorce. By Mr. McCormkk, from citizens cf Tip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 December 1845

v have not mingle J with partiea in (heir domestic traggle; tod, believing oar own form of government to be the best, we have never atlempteJ to propagate it by intrigues, by diplomacy, or by force. We may claim on thia continent a like exemption from European interference. The naliona of America are equally sovereign and independent with those of Europe. They possets the same rights, independent of all foreign interposition, to make war, to conclude peace, and to regulate their internal afLirs. The people of the United Slates cannot, therefore, view with indifference, attempts of European powers to interfere with the independent action of the nations of this continent. The American system of government is entirely different from that of Europe, Jealousy among the different sovereigns of Europe, lest any one of them might become too powerful for the rest, has caused them anxiously to desire the establishment of what they term the "la'ance of pow er." It cannot be permitted to have a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 December 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Annual Report of the Auditor of State. The Report r,t the Auditor of the State is one of the most important document presented to the people by Legislative enactment. While a Governor! message may recommend measures for the future, the jlnditor'i Report tells ichat has been done. We shall make but few, if any, comments upon this document. We might refer to particulars in this, as in the Auditor's former report. These matters, however, be- The Auditor then pive statements of the condition of the various Trust and other Funds, and of the Public Debt. The Report shows that from August, 1332, until the passage of tho act of January 27th, 1343, State Bonds on various accounts were issued to the amount of $15,111,000. Of these there have been redeemed and cancelled $2,611,010, leaving outstanding on the 1st day of November, 1315, 812,500,000. The Agent of State reports that he has received bonds to the amount of $20,000, which would leave the outstanding bonds at t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 December 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: ; THE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF THE STATE TgrOJjice on Illinois Street, iWti of Washington. . G. A. In J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors, C"The State Sentinel will contain a much larger ' amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general . interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. - i i ii i i i ii i THC SCMI-WCLKLV EDITH) Y Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, andd ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, oa I uesuays, i hursdays, and batuidays, at Four Dollars a year, payable always in advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Thursday, at Tico Dollars a year ki ways 10 oa paia in advance. $1 in advance will pay fur six months S-3 will pay for three copies one year. Person remitting ftlO in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $2 will pay fir six months. Al will always oe charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 December 1845

five it would meet his views and (lie view of fie p:o-i use of th Bonli ; butn cuTerin Willi geiiUrineu ne Ol MiHvra fucti pnbMition could ntc lurifrti i uierIii Hit number nf sen.. ten at Ufty i teprvsentaines atone hundred. I Mr. Secrest Thought th number of senator and rep- ; reseotalive aftvnkl be naed in tlie detail ot a toll timkum an DDortioBiiientof the State. Ho believed that any I lln lit. ti.t'0rt ttl-if nnw i Bm!er lc.s then the present could nut bo agreed upon in lite detail of a bill. Could a less number be agreed up...i h. M,r.nl.l lia.r,ill ,,.t r... a ..inriinn it- I, the committee would me and leave the whole subject to lb apportionment committee. Mr. Pennington moved to amend, so that ihe number t should be le ft, blank, Mr. Davi said, lhat propositions to reduce the number of aeiutota and representative came frtnn counties that liad more than one member. Tee counties, under a redaction, would tili bave a rrt reaentationbut ; tlioie having onlf one member would ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 December 1845

Ey Mr. Clymer, for a diTcrce between William G. Chapman and his wife ; passed to a second ivadin. By Mr. Osborn of Laporte, to amend the Revised Statutes in relation to charges to juries ; passed to a cecnd reading. Also, a bill to amend the practice in chancery ; pawed to a second readir . Mr. Cookerly moved that Mr. Monroe te added to the committee on the State prison ; which was decided in the affirmative. ORDERS OF THE DAY. Büs passed. The bill fur the relief of John Nixon was read a third time and passed ; also, a joint resolution ia relation to inland seas; alo, to pre scribe the mode of selecting jurors in Hendricks ; alo, to chanpe the time of holding probate courts in Terry and Harrison; also, to amend the act fixing the times of holding courts in the 8th circuit : also". to provide for the taking, holding and transmitting of real estate held by aliens, aud quieting titles of real estate; repealing a law therein named, in Delaware county ; to change a school district in Har...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 December 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. IXDlASArOLlS, UECE31BE 13. ISIS. The Sinking Fund. By reference to our lljuse report, it will be seen that, "J. Morrison, Jacob Walker, and J. P. Drake, have sent to the Legislature a communication," aakinjr an investigation of their conduct, in conseouence of charges and insinuation made a gainst them 1 7 w by a leading newspaper at Indianapolis." If our reporter has correctly defined the inject and terms of said communication, (which we believe he .11,1. , . tK, -M-h it i. asserted made " r T .7 ," w- nnm, w ri charges against the individual above named, we feel ; called upon to notice it. First--We never made such charges against either of the individuals named. Second what we did ay was, that " rumors were rifa" relative to the Sinking Fund, including its general management. Now, while we had, and could have, n-J personal knowledge of its nianigenient, past or present, yet, on the strength of what we had heard others say, and of what we had reason to beli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 December 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE 0O"OJice on Hanois Street. Aorf-Ä of Washington. G. A. k J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. COThe State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, r-a a'.I subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE SE3II-IVCKKLY EDITION I published everr Wednesday and Saturday, and during the session of the Leishture. three times a week. on Tuesdays, Thursdaysrand Satuiday, at Four Ddart a year, payable always in advance. j f TIIC lTrnKf.v ruiTinv ic' I published every Thursday, at Two Uslars a yearf0f auwaya to be paid in advance. 1 in advance will pay fur six months. S-J will pay for three copies pno year. Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of postal, sh-Wl have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. 2 will pay for six months. 1 will always oe charged fjr the Tri-We?kly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times i one uonar a square O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 December 1845

' -RKl-ting ibe dotie of county commissioners in ibis referred to the commhtco ou canal and internal imState t ml prov-rnente. ... A j.i..lrelutwDiaiellioBtalhSiltof Congreiiiontl The bill discing John pruml..ond from In. ml, towels .?so Naney, wa. read ihre, several tmte, and passed. a r-Ulin relation to the sale of saline Und in Orange The bill to incorporate ihe Terre Ilaute Oreye, re ri.nntf la Tu divorce Nancy Casto from bar husband, Jonathan Casto t Aaihmicinj- the ew'inty board of St Joseph to employ physician for Ihe poor of sai 1 county j also For the telWr of purchaseii of school lands in Randolph county I als .To change the name of Abeideen to Boxleytown. The bill .f the Senate to leduce the compensator! of pilot at the fall of the Ohi.. was lead a secund time when Mr Lowe moved lo indefinitely p-wtpone Ihe bill. KTÄrflK dTtapü: "V theou-inu;. cated. . t. - ....l-fini-a no-toonemetiti Mi Hall of Uibson moved to take from the table the ....., . ...it la ho io-tituted azaui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 December 1845

Congress. The National Defence. In the Senat of the United Slates, on Monday, December 15, ilr. Cats called for the reading of the following resohilion, presented by htm on the Dili instant : i2J(rfrerf, Thai the Cominiltee on Natal Affairs be inetructed to inquire into the condition of the N of the United Slates, od into the quantity and condition of the j naval supplies now on hand ; and whether an increase of mem is not necessary to the efiic ent onerationa of the . " . " w - i (aaa-iv'auua navy, an J to its preservation nnd augmentation ; and fen linn nti.t in.m.KMi;.,. . . n.i a - erally, into ita capacity fr delend.n our cant and our comraerce , and for Any amice the eiigenciei of ibe couna . "7 ""7 prooaoiy require. Rtsotctd, That the Committee on Military A dir be instructed to enquire into the condition of the national fortification and their ariramcnta, and whether other deleiiaive worka are necessary ; and into the condition and quantity of the military supplies; and into...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 December 1845

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. IHIJlA.Vwl'OLl!, DIXKMIILIC IS. j - rnnsuued 'C09Ud j relief to tbe Legislative. Tn the S'nat, the mot of yesterday was in the discussion of a proposition lor Wabash Co'.leire, whose Collrge edifice was destroyed ty fire tome year aince, giving the privilege to the trustees of said institution, to pay a loan of sumr S.COO, from the Sinking Fund, in State Bonds. Those who engaged in the discussion were Jlessrs. Davis, Orth, Revburn, Todd and Ellis, in favor of receiving ;he bonds owned ty the College in liquidation of the debt due the State. Messrs. Murphy, Lane, Edmonson, Hamrick, Handy, English and Wincbell, were opposed. Th committee on EJucaticm to whom the memorial ef the Tresident of the College was referred, reported it inexpedient tu legislate on the subject at present; which report was concurred in by a vote cf 32 to 17. In he House of Representatives, yeVerday, tbe perjlexinj question of the compensation of grand and petit juror in the several counti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 January 1846

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: THE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF THE STATE OO-Oßce on Illinois Street, North of lYashmgton. G. A. k J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. . - C"The State Sentinel will contain a much larger amount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, man any other newspaper in Indiana. the si:iii-vi:i:iii.Y r.nnrmv -Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing- we session or me legislature, three times a week, on i uesdays, iTiursdays, and Satuidays, at Four Dolors a year, payable always in advance. XII C WEEKLY T!rtTTf0f Is published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, aiways in oe paid in advance. $1 in advance will pay for six months. 3 will pay for three copies one year. Persona remitting 10 in advance, free of postsnail nave Uiree copies ot the Semi-Weekly one year. 2 will pay for six months. $1 will always oe chafed lor the Tri-Weekly, and 50 cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times mt one dollar a squa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 January 1846

c 3nMana f cgislaturc; Reported for tht Indiana S u. SimtineL SENATE. Friday, Petitions wer presented by Messrs Doc. 26, 1913. Edmoodson, Coffin, Capcy anJ Reyburn. The Pirtideut UiJ before the Senate a communication from Mr Maybew, tieasuier of Stale, nd tx-fßcio supeiiotendent of common schools, in reply to a Solution of the Senate. Also; a memorial from Thffla J. Nevin, of Vermont, praying a divorce from bi wife, livioc in Evansvi:ie, Ind. which was referred to a select committee. AIo, a communication fiom the Hon. J?mes MorrtMMi, President of the Sta-e Bank, in answer to a resolution of the Senate; referred to the committee on the State Bat.k. Report from Standin f Committees. Mr Rockhill. from the committee on elections, rrportea back the bill repealiog the act of last session, confining v.w trrs to their respective township, and recommended it iddetnite potp-nemenu . . rn ..h h..n.i tue tenon wouu not or nrcmw m. - l i 1 .k. ...va, vmit.t wnl K nrenrred In. ir;tf L''...ii, .1-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 January 1846

Clioa Company providing far capital of 1200.000 I mas siacK waier oavixalioa od said Wild Cat creek er tr, running op the tame to the roilb branch, and as far up that bianco as nay be deemed advisable when $50,000 are acscuoea 10 ra into the operation, by (be election of Direc tgri, &c the charter to run far one buoJreJ jean, aid stockholder to be individually liable, &c ; which was lead twe and referred. By Mr Taber, a bill in relation to water power on the JVabaih aod Etie canal, which was lead twice aod ie-l nt lr. c. . . .i. . , BMrStapp to incorporate the Madison Fire Insurance Company, read twice and referred. fir Mr Dole, rrantin? the ruht of war for l rail and tarn pike romj in Vcimillioa coontjr ; read twice and referred. The bill for the relief of the Wabash College extending tbe time of payment of loan to tht unking fund five years, and reducing the rate of interest on said loan to five per cent. was, on motioo of Mr Ilazelriftr. taken frocn the ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 January 1846

Siiütcma State ScuttucU . WEEKLY CIMTIOSi. rrCBXAL VIGIL A9CE 1 THE MICE OT LtltaTT. I DIIMAI'OLIS, UECE31DEK SS. ISA 5. Deferred Matter. A portion of matter omitted in our last to give place f the excellent resolutions ind speeches of Gen. Cass and Mr. Allen of Ohio, will be found in this number. On'lbe hole, it baa I st nothing bj a little age. The Hank and its President. The Bink Tresident begins and enda his passionate article in the " Family Orsan." by charging that our opposition to shin-plasters, and our desire fur an honest management of the Bank, is altogether owin to personal hostility towards Lim! In so doing, the President fatten himself entirely too much. We occupied the same ground precisely, long before he became of consequence enough to be known to us or to the public, either as a politician or a financier. IndeeJ, we have so little desire to enter the lists of blackguardism with one so much better versed than ourselves in pot-house slang, notwithstanding his lofty p...

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