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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 February 1846

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TILE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TILE STATE QrOJJicc on Illinois Street, Xorth of Washington. G. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN, Editors. CrThe State Sentinel will contain a much larger mount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspaper in Indiana. THE S CM I-WEEKLY EDITIOX la published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur ing the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at Four Dol art a year, payable always in advance. TIIC 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. $3 will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting 10 in advance, free of postt j shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. $2 will pay for six months. 1 will always oe charged for the Tri-Wcekly, and 5J cents for the Weekly, during the Legislative sessions. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be inserted three times at one doll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 February 1846

STATES ?1ILS. PROPOSALS for carTjinj the mails cf the United State ' fiom the l,t of Ju r, IS 15, to the 30th June. IS5U, inclusive, in Indiana., will l received at the Contract Office of j the Ho it Office Depaitwent, in t'.e city of Washington, until ; 9 o'clock a m of the tuitieth day of Aril, lS4t), ti le decided by the 24th day uf May, oo ibe routes, mud iu the manner and lim beiein specified, to witi CjBidders will ob-e ve, that the rouses ire in all cases to be let to the lowest guarantied proposal, mod at the cheapest mode of convey anee, except where tbe ixe nud weight of I be mrii, (without legard to travel,) or the speed ealie I for ir tbe schedule, i.mII tequiie a higher mode of couvejaoce, and thu the bidieia are tequested to specify. INDIANA. 3301. From Indianapolis by Cumbeilaud, Philadelphia, Greenfield. Chirlnifeirtile. Koi 'htstow d. Olden. Lewisville, DoSlin, Cambridge. Cen. re ville, Richmond, New Westville.j Uhio, Eaton, West Alexander and Y rSg , o wytoo, ivj m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 February 1846

The aderslgned guarantiee that , If hi bid fur carrying the wail from to he accepted by the Postmaster General, ahall enter iulo aa obligatiou pruir tu Um fine day of Jaly Mit, with good and auffiele ul sureties, lo erluriii the aervice proposed. Dated 17. Tbe bid should be aent ander teat, addread to the first Assistant Pcatmaster lieneral, with M Mill Prooal in the Hiate of , written on the face of the letter ; and should be despatched in time to be received by er UTtn: the JOtli April next, at 9 o'clock, a m. IS. Tb contracts are to be eaeeuwd before the 1st Jily next. 19. PmtiMMrn at unices situated upon or near railroad, bat more than eijjhiy rods Irom m depot, suit, immediately after Ike lot Ma) reit, report that lact tu tiie department, staling their exact Pittance from ihe railroad depot, a ud how otherwise supplied ith Ute mail, to enable the Postmaster General to direct the proper aap pi y to be made I rum tbe rail.oad by wail incsscugera, trviu and alu-r the HI July nett....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 February 1846

etucniij-Kintl) Congress. Oregon Sppcrli of Hofcert D.ilc Owen. Washivgto, VrEDSSiDAT, Jan. 23, 1943. The Orator cf the west still hold the vantage ground in both halls of tne Capitol, and the irortii and the South and MidJle Ground, watch our progress with' undisaemlled astonishment, In tlie House, this morning, whilst members were yet talLinjj iu clusters cf the e2brtof the " black Doug'at," up rose Roszst Dale 0m, and the maimer in which members arranged themselves in front tf him and around about, reminded me cf the gathering of the Scottish clans, Come throogh the Leather, around him gather." Mr. OWEN" commenced his speech, by saying that Edmund Eurke, when a member of the Eritish Parliament, was once asked, why minister?, when in any case, they l ad a well ascertained majurity, did not press the question at once, without the trouble of d.scussin its merits. 44 That has been tried, " was his rvply ; 44 but it would not do. The minister who Briould persevere in it would soon hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 February 1846

Our Terms. The following will hereafter he the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: One copy, one year 2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do . . . .8.00 Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 2V,W s -m-mr . semi i ccitiy (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy ft 1.00 Th ree copies $10-00 Congress. The Union of the 5th, isars : The Senate resumed, to-day, the consideration of ine bill lor the augmentation cf the navy, and the amendments offered thereto; Mr. Westcott "continued the discussion in a speech in favor of the bill. After a brief but lucid exposition by Mr. Bixcf its oujecis anu provisions, a bin regulating the compensation of the principal officers of the customs was men read a third time and passed. The Senate stands acMourncd until Monday next In the House, a resolutiod was passed terminating all debate on the jo.nt resolution of n tice on Monday nest, at I) o'clock, by a vote cf yeas 110, uay 87. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 February 1846

r.VITED STATES JIAILS. I PROPOSALS for earrv In the malls rt the Vnited States fion Hie 1-t uf J''jr, IS , t the 30U June, KW, in clmive, in I dum, HI ue received at the Contract Otttoe of the fo.t Office Drpait nenl, m t ie citv of Washington, until S o'clock a m tf the ti.iitietb day of April, 13J6, t be deculr t by the 24th day tf May, on the ruulei, mud iu the manner and ti ne heiein peeiued.to Witt (IB'dders will obn ve. hat the ru'e ate in 11 fes to be tl to Ihe Iww eM guarantied ptopwal, "d at the cheapest mode of c nveiance, except where the ixt and weight of the mail, (without icg itJ to travel,) or the ipecd Calle t for i the schedules, a all ifqn'iie a higher mode of conveyance, and thu tLe bidJeis are irquetcd to specify. INDIANA. 3901. From Indianerin, hv Cumberland, Philadelphia, Grrei'field, Chulotte-vtlle, Knihtsioarn, Jg-ien. Lewisville, Da.lin, Camb i tce, ten rcvillr, Kithmnnd, New Werlvile.1 wiiiu, uioii, v cvi ai.uuuci u i'bs mile and back, daily. Leave Indianap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 February 1846

Toe anoVneigned fuvintiH that . V his bid for ear. rylng the mail front . u b accepted bf U Pnxtmuicr General, , atutl enter inns an ubltguani pruw to the fir day of J"'T tt, wHk gwd and sufficient nmuw.lii nocluf lias service proposed. Dated 17. Tkr bin bld be sent eaJer seal, addressed to the First Assistant rwanwlri Ccnrral, with "Mail rrwpo-aU in ihr Blair of , ntte on tbe faee of the lettr S ami booki br despatched in time tu b received by er before the Jota April next, at 9 ' lock, a m. II. 1 be contracts are to be eleeetrd before the lt Jy nrxt. 19. PkIfmw at office situated mpon or near railroad, but tnoretha cigVy rod tram a depot, will, immediately afier the 10ta Ma) nett, leport that tact to the department, staling their escl distance frot ihe railroad depot, and how otherwise supplied Kb ike mail, to enaSle the Posiinaster Oeheral to direct I lie .ropr supply I be made tram the rmitcuad by ax J Messengers, Irons and alter the 1st July next. SO. t'nder the act of 3d March...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 February 1846

' THE L-l.M) riSACDS. Fnm the Lejaniport Fkarvt, ef Feb. 9. Reply to Austin W. Dloiris. It beer.raes n.9 to reply to the communication of A. W. Morris, published ia the Indiana State Journal of the 5th of February. I might as well ay in the commencement of my coTnrnunicati n, that Mr. Morris has always professed to me the highest personal regard, aud all hU malice against me is founded on the fact that L prevented him from consummating a most daring f. aud. But a few wetka "luce. Mr. Morris spoke of me to a mutual friend, in uuch terms, both as a man and a judge, aa would be highly complimentary to any man, if they had emanated from an honest man. Mr. Morris, in his communication, attempts to justify Lis acta under the law tf 1313 but that law never covered the lards he attempted to enter. The land Mr. Morris attempted to enter were of Use original setecün and were poverned by the law of 193.) ; whilst the law of 13 11 covered the future selections (knoTrn as "blue dog" lands.) The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 February 1846

f mm mm W ' mm . - , The following will hereafter be Ihe permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Sentinel: One copy, one year- 2.00 Three copies, do - 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do - 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Wcckly. (Published .three times a week during the session.) One copy gi.00 Three copies $10.0:) Arbitration. The proposition to ab it rate away our right to the territory of Oregon is a Whig scheme to do indirectly what the Whig leaders dare not venture to do openly, namely, to give the Eritish all they ask. The proposition, as last made, purports to come from the British Minister, by the voluntary instruction of his govern ment. But there is sufficient proof that there was a good understanding between that functionary, and the Whig leaders and Anti-Oregon men in and out of Congress. It is developed by certain letters of James Watson Webb, the notorious editor of the N. Y. Courier and Enquirer, who boastingly claims to hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 February 1846

L'XlTaCU STATES 111 AILS. PROPOSALS for earrj in the mails t f the United States f.OTi the lt of Juiy. IS4 j, to the 30tti Jane. 1SÖJ. inclusive, in lisdiana, will be receded at the. Cuutract Olüoe of the Po-t Office Uepattnit, in tie city of Washin'on, until 9 o'clock m of the thiitieth day of Aril, 134o t be decide.1 by the 24th day of May, on the routes, aud iu Ue manner and ii ne heiein pecified, tv witt (Bidders wi'l obe.e. bat t!ie rou'es a e in all eases ta Y let to Ifce lowest guarantied ropoal, 'n1 ,l th "."P'1 mode ef c uvetance, except where the site and weight of lb mailt, (withuol tegsrd to travel ) or the speed ealie t for in iht schedule, a all icqune a higher mode of couvejar.ee, mud this lit bidden are irquesied to specify. I.N DIANA. 3301. From Indianapolis, by Cumbeilar.d, Philadelphia. C.eenfietd. Chailottesville, Knihmiown, Otfden, Lewisville, Du'dLi. Cambridge, ten revillc, Richmond, New ettile. Ohio. Eaton. West AUxinder and Piigg's, to D.JIod, 109 anile and b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 February 1846

- Tb aderslened guaranties that , if hl bid toi carrying, the mail fiotn lo he accepted by the Postmaster GracrmJ, . aJwtl enter Into an obligation prior to Um first day of Jly Mit, vrua (nod anJ eutficaaot MKtiH, tu perfusm tbe aar vice proposed. -Dated: . 17. 1 he 'aid should be sent ander seat, s!Jrred t tbe lirst Asaiacaui Pwiutirf General, with, "Mail frK-al in Ihe Siateof T rictra an ik free af th letter ; and MumM be dr patched in lim to be ritr4 by ar befur the Jcili April neat, at 9 clack, am. ....... II. I kc enattraeta are to be reut d brf.re tbe l.t Jwly ret. 1. P.wr at Qlcn ailuaied iwn ar nrar railrad, bat more than tirhir rod Irom uVput. .ill, i mcduurly afUr it. 1Mb May neit, repari that litt to the ürpartmc nl, statinr. Ihcir f xact diaiane frum ibc railroad depot, aiul bow nkfrwiw auppVd With lb Mit, to enable tbc lo.laer General tu direct the (imperawpply be ade Iran the raikead by mail iurwriigtrrm, Iruiu andafwr Ute 1U July next. ...... ma Uadrr the act of 3d Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 February 1846

IKcn'spnpcrs. Thr Times. We have received tie f.rst nnmler of the Weekly paper under the above title, which takes the place of the "U. S. Journal,'' at Washington citv. II. II. Eobinscn, formerly one tf the edi tors cf the Cincinnati Ecquuer, is the new editor cf the Times," and undoubtedly will "administer the dut.es cf his new positron with ability and euccess. In relation to the rumors growing out of the new arrangement, the editor says : "V rp tfrhril to no Presidential aspirant. We bare formed no interest with any section, faction, or a mm- I 1l .ArHll phase of party, engaged in now, or looking remotely to, the elevation of any ind.vidual or combination of individuals. Utit t bo more emphatic in rtierence to the "su-cefsv n" We are not only not commuted, la word cr act, but tee hate no choice.'' An to hi principles and measure, he observes : We will say in brief, at this moment, and avail eurie!f of the future to enlarge upon the questions, that we are radically, constitutional...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 February 1846

should not myself have proposed it I would have waited until the presence of the British subjects in Orejjun, and their enjoyment of their privileges secured by treaty had become uncomfortable to our people. The British always professed that thty valued the territory merely for ita commercial privileges and for nothing else, and we have a right to take them at their word. By giving the notice, as it aeems to me, we make a quasi admission that we have not a right to take the steps above alluded to without first giving the notice. These are my opinions, and 1 am nut prepared yet to relinquish thera ; but the President has bad the subject under his eye, and has given to it much attention. He recommends the notice, and it may, and probably will, turn out that he is right. In cases where no practical principle is involved, and where the question presented is one of expediency merely, I will sustain my party friends, and the administration created by them. If you ask why I will du this, I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 February 1846

SLPPLEMEXT TO THE 3ni)tana State Sentinel. I VDIA.'VAFOI.IS, I'EUUUAUY 2C, IS1C. OtrTbc long advertisement of the mail contracts having excluded from our Wcckljr paper much matter which has appeared in the Scmi-wcckly, we have been induced to issue this supplementary sheet for th.3 benefit of our weekly readers. Spcccli of Mr. Kennedy, OF INDIANA. Jit the lloute of Reprettntntives. January 10, 1816 On the resolution of notice to Great Britain 10 abrogate the convention of j iut occupancy relative to the Oregon territory. Mr. KENNEDY ed-trwd the committee is fallows: Sir. Chairman From the course this debute has taken, ihouIJ pectitor enter this bail, unacuuamted with the ut ject that gave rie t it, he would be led to belief e that the question pending was a declaration of war against Great Britain. All who have argueJ against the resolutions under consideration have JeiUreJ that to past them wouU inevitably lead to w r. Now, I submit that this is not a queston of peace or war. The v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 March 1846

Stucntn-intlj Congress. Extracts from SIR. IIAXXEGAVS SPEECH. In Senate, Ftb. 16, 1343. Mr. IIANNEGAN rose to address tie Senate, and said: I understand there are various propositions in relation to Oregon before the Senate, all ot" which, if I correctly understand the rules of the Senate, it will be in order for tne to state, and to rtfjr to them. The rKtSIUfcrvi". es, sir. Mr. IIANNEGAN proceeded. So faras the reso lution providing for the giving of the notice to Great Britain is concerned, it is a matter of little consequence to tne whether the form of notice held out by the Committee on Foreign Relations, or the amend ment proposed bv the Senator from Kentucky, should prevail. Either the one or the other would satisfy me. I regard the giving1 of the notice, at the present session of Cor Tress, as a measure fraught with the weightiest importance. I consider it of the highest importance in several points of view. It would be entirely unnecessary, however, for me to discuss the var...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 March 1846

Jttöictua State 5tttttucL WCEKLV OUT! OX. ITIMAL YIOILAMCE II THE FEICE OF LIBEKTT. IXDIAitAI'OLl, MAltCH 5. IMC. Democratic Xoiiiinntious. For Governor, JA.1IES 1VI11TCOJ.II1. Fur Lieutenant Cuvernor, PARIS C. I)U,,LG. The Dank Clique or HivOld Junto, and tlic Mate I'lintiiig. It is by no means our intcotiun to maintain a re newed and protracted controversy with the organ of the dishonest and heartless faction named above. Indeed we should not again, even in the most distant manner, have alluded to them, had we not had the strongest rt-aeen to believe that, according to their character and custom, they were intriguing and wireworking, in order tu secure men as candidates for the next general assembly, who would be weak enough tu jield to their control. Ilavinj given the people a bint of these intrigoes, and called upon them to take the business of nominating candidates into their own hands, we should have quietly awaited the issue, had we not teen assailed by the organ of the Royal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 March 1846

European intelligence. Extracts from papers Irought by the Steamship Cambria. Parliament reel on the 22 J of January. Ia berapeech th Qaeea eipreasej her regret that the Oregon i(ule remained unaettleJ, and avowed thai no elTorla on bi-r part ahoulJ be warXng to bring it to a peaceful termination. The followir.g extract will ba foanJ interi-ating; House of Commons, Jan. 22. England aud the United States. Mr. Hume, after compliuieuting Sir Robert Peel upon hi proposed liberal policy, paid (here mat one oilier point to which he would refer, and that was, t e xpres a hope that the right honorable Luronet would enniinue to maintain the good understanding which, from her Majesty 'a speech, ap, eared to prevail between Trance and England. Hear. It was in the power of the British gove-nmen; united with that of France, to command the Jeace of the world. Hear, hear Quarrel, might Uk. place between different nations, but those two great naru... i j tions would prevent war. lilear.J rt, - k ; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 March 1846

0 Jfnltinntt State gcnttncl. Vi:i:Si.LY IIIMTIOIV. KTEI5AL V16I(9CC Ii THE PRICE OF LIBEKTT. IXDriXAl'OLlSj lTÜUVAUl 12k tS4C. ücmocrnüc nominations. For Cater aar, jAjirs wiiiTConu. Fr Lieutenant Governor, PAR l S IU,M.G. Our Tciius. The following will hereafter be the permancTiUerros ef the XYteVv Indiana State Sentinel: One copy, one rear 82.00 . Turec copie, d 5.00 . Ftvecop.e, d0- 8.00 I en copies, tio Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Scnii-AVeelsIy. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy S 100 Three copies $10.00 IVctice. Our only eastern agenn for the Atlantic cities, is V. B. Palmer's. His offices are In New Ycrk, Tribune Buildings, eppcaite City Hall. In Philadelphia. N. W. corner Third and Chesnut. In BaUimure, S. E. corner Baltimore and Calvert st. In Boston, 2:) State street. tf. fjT" A communication from Senator Todd, in relation tu the Land Fraud Law, will be published in our next. C7"The Washington correspondent of the N. Y....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 March 1846

3uöiaua State Sentinel; SUII-WEEKLY. ETCmSAL TI6ILAVCE II THE PEICE OF LUE TT. JXDIANAl'OLIS, MAllCH 7. IS16. Democratic IVominatioiis. For Governor, JA3ICS IV II 1 TCO HI II. For Lieutenant Governor, P A II 1 S C I) U M XC. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms tt the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel : One copy, one year .v....... Ä2.00 Three copies, do-... : .. .5.00 Five copies, do cuin 1 O.lnJ 1 Ten copies, do Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, Uf0O Semi-Wet lily. (Published three times a week during the session,) One copy 1.00 Three copies $10.00 Notice. Our only casterb agenc) for the Atlantic cities, is V. B. Palmer's. His offices are In New York, Tribune Buildings, opposite City Hall. In Philadelphia, N. W. comer Third and Chesnut. In Baltimore, S. . corner Baltimore and Calvert st. In Boston, 20 State street. tf. The late IVews from Europe. We copy in an another column articles from the N. Y. Globe and N. Y. New, in relation to the proba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 March 1846

JuMatm State Sentinel. " WEEKLY tDlTIOX. TTIB5AL TIOILASC Ii THE MIC Of tIBtÄTT. ISPIAMAl'OIslS, ?1AKC II 12, 131G. Democratic A'oiiaiiiutious. For Governor, JAMES IV II 1TCOUIIJ. For Lieutenant Coternor, 1 A It IS C. ILTI X G . 'The liiiili Parly." There is nothing more despicable than the attempt rnaJe by the run-mad partizina to prejudice the people in regard to the course pareued on public affürs by those who entertain different opinion, t-y the use of the cant wrj which heads tkia paragraph. There it no British party in tbie country, lie who thus ulimatei the character of the American people ia himself to be regarded wit the je of luspicion. However much we may differ in regard ia this or that measure, the great mas of the people are devotedly attached to our country and her institutions. Were we disposed to retort upon those who have been so profuse in auch denunciations, the recent new from England would afford a most excellent opportunity. It will be teen by reference to our...

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