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

V SIT El STATES MAILS. PROPOSALS for carrying- the mails of the United States fion the 1st of July, 134 3, to tbe 30th June, I SÖ0, inelusive, io Indiana, will be received at the Contract Office uf me fost Office Depaitment, in the city of Washington, until 9o clock a m of the thiiticth day of April, IS4G, t j be de cwej oy the 24th day of May, on the routes, aud. m the manner and ti;ne herein specified, tu witi C'ß'Jders wt'l obseive, that t!ie rou'es ate in all cases t be iet to the lowest guarantied proposal, and at the cheapest moue of conveyance, except where the size and weight of the mails, (without irgard to travel,) or the speed ca I lei for in tbe schedule, shall tequiie a hinder mode of conveyance, aud this the bidders are iniue-ted to specify. INDIANA. 3901. from Indianapolis, by Cumberland, Philadelphia oreeoneta, Laar Jottesville, Kni0hlslow d, O-drn, Lewisville, Dubliu. Cambiide.Cen. revile, Richmond, New Westvile. Ohio, Eaton, West Alexander and Iri.', to D.yton, 10'...

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

luiÜaiV Com rrcc Tixiic Sir Robert I'ttrl's Sew XarltT. The great chu8 proToseii by Sir Rnbert reel, in t:.e EnjUh Tarili'. if adted by Parliament, as we have ao douU t will be in its agential features, must iasvitatly produc e important resulis in favor of the coro growin;: Sutes. The d ty to be paid on Indian Cora. imiorted inU Great Britain, wn, ia October last.eibt shillings per quarter, or abuut twenty-two cents pjr busliel. Sir Robert Peel praposes to reduce the duty to one shilling per quarter, or to two and three q-tarier cents prr bushel making a difference cf nineteen and a quarter cents per bushel. The immense benefits uf su.:h a change in the duty upon this fine article, will be appreciated by all who are C-ins-iiu3 of the enormous surj-lui of it produced in the United States. The last census shows that, in the year it wis takn, these States produced 377,531,875 busiieli of Indian corn. Sates. TVi ' Krn'ucky Ohio Virginia IMliaii I.rih Carolina Illinnia Gaga Alabama Miss...

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

Our Term. The following will hereafter be the permanent terma of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, Jo- 8.00 Ten copies, do lö.OO Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Weekly. , (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy $1-00 J Three copies SIO.O'J Notice. Our only eastern agenc for the Atlantic cities, is V. B. Palmer's. His otEces are In New York, Tribune Buildings, opposite City Hall. In Philadelphia, N. W. corner Third and Chcsnut. In Baltimore, S. E. corner Baltimore and Calvert st. In Boston, 20 State street. tf. The Stale Debt law and Hie Bondholders. We copy from the money article of the Xev York Morning Xetrs of March 2d, the following very interesting extract in relation to the law passed last winter for the adjustment of the claims of our Bond holders. We presume it will be read with pleasure by those editors and gentlemen in various parts of the State who have warmly oppo...

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

3nuiana gtntc Smttncl. WLIKLY ILlTlÖlv ITIIÜAL VISILAKCC It THE FICE OF LIBCHTT. nniAMl'OLlS, MAUCIJO, JS-G. Democratic A'omlnntious. For Governor, JA?ICS IV II ITCOITI IX. For Lieutenant Governor, 1 a it i s c. uxxixg. Centre Township, Marion County. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. Tlie democratic electors of Centre Township, Mirion county, are notified and requested to meet at the Court Houa;, in Indianapolis, on Saturday, April -lib, H13, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of appointing delegates from said township to a Conntv . Convention, to be held hereafter, for the purpose of nnminatinj candidates for the ensum August election. V would respectfully recommend that said County Convention be held at the Court House, in Indianapolis, on Saturday, May 16th, 1940, at 10 o'clock, A. M.t and invite the concurrence of the democrats of the several townships in the county in the fame. By order of Centre Tp. Vigilance Com., V. . TRESTON, Chairman. .March 17, 11G. tetter from Hon. Mr. IVick. Hail...

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

iWisccllancoit llemiucsccnccs of the AVnr or 1812. The Hoi). Lemuel Sawyer, who was a member of Congress in 1312, furnishcj the following interesting reminiscences in & letter to the editor of the New York Courier and Enquirer : , I well remember the occasion of the presentation by Mid. Hamilton, of the fia of the Macedonian. I was present, though, unintentiontjalljr, at the grrand naval ball, given about the 14th of December, 1312, by the citizens of Washington, to Capt. Stewart, in return for one he had given them a little previous, on board his ship. The ball was held at Tomlin3on's Hotel, on Capitol Hill, where I bearded ; and being somewhat indisposed, I had retired to bed just as the ball opened. The music, and the regular vibration of the floor to the motion of the dance, kept me awake. I considered as I was thus condemned to suffer the evil of the ball, 1 might as well compensate myself by its gratification. I found it well filled with the beauty and fashion of t...

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

tEioenin-'Nintl) Congress. In the Senate, March 4. Tbe Senate took up th2 special order of the day, the 44 Oregon notice." Mr. Haywood addressed the Senate in fTor of the notice. He epoke for two hours, and had not concluded when the usual hour of adjournment arrived. In compliance with his special request, our report of his remarks to-day is deferred till we are able to present his speech in full. In the Senile, March 5. Mr. Haywood resumed and concluded his remarks in fivor f " the notice." Immediately after the Senator resumed his seat, - Air. Calhoun made a very brief explanation in relation to a reference made by Mr. II. to a portion of hid (Mt.C.'s) correspondence with the British Minister; and then Mr. IIannesan rose and said : I must apologize to theS;nate for obtruding myself upou your attention at this advanced period of the day, particularly as I have already occupied your attention on several occasions in the course of this debate. My remarks now, however, will be very b...

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

Our Terras. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms or the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel : One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.0O Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 13.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directe.1 to one person, 20,00 Scuii-IVeckly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy $1.00 Three copies $10.00 Notice. Our only eastern agency for the Atlantic cities, is V. B. 1'iLMER g. Iiis oCces are 1 Jitti mm FuLMed everv Thursday. INDIANAPOLIS, MARCH 26, 184G. Volume V:::::::::Xumber 40. The IVcxt Senate or Indiana. There are seventeen Whiffs and sixteen Democrats holding over, leaving seventeen to be elected next MEXICO. Mexican papers have been received at "Washington Hall In New York, Tribune Buildings, opposite City August. We give below the districts in which elec- the 12ih February. The " Union ' say In Philadelphia, N. W. corner Third and Chesnut. In Baltimore, S. E. corner Baltimore and Calvert Et. In Eoston, 20 State street. tf. To o...

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

3nMann State Sentinel. WErRLY EDITION. CTt I M A L VISlUBCt IS THE MICE OT LIB t TT. IXDI I.V4POLIS 3IAKCII 2G. JS4GL Democratic Xoiuitintions. For Governor, JAMES f II ITC O .71 II. For Lieutenant Gncernor, pa it i s c uivanxc. Charging. The charge which we made against one of tie offices in this place of underworking the tegular bill of price haw been explained. Therefore, we shall regulate our prices hereafter in accordance with the regular bill, understanding that it is the intention of each office to do the same. i ...... . - - - - - - Centre Township, Marion County. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. The democratic electors of Centre Township, Marion countj, are notified and requested to meet at the Court House, in Indianapolis, ou Saturday, April 4th, ISIS, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of appointing delegates from said township to a Countv Convention, to be held hereafter, for the purpose of nominatiny candidates for the ensuing August election. We ould respectfully recommend that ...

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

ittisccUaneous. The SJgnora Crozz di Morto Qual' il pi a bei color Bui volto feminil 1 Quel del puJore. O ta che hai acorse (ante Jotte carte, Qual f arte iTarnar ! L'amar mtdx arte. A whimsical and singular circumstance occurred about eighteen months ago in Palermo, which cast into the shade the budget, the aristocracy and the press. For the allotted "nine days" due to every new wonder, the whole city talked of notling but the Signora Crozza di Morto. She is a lady of twenty years of age, her person beautifully and exauisitely proportioned, her complexion white and pure as snow, and her voice soft as a siren3. She is distinguished alike by genius and accomplishment. Site plays on the piano forte like De Meyer, sings like Mademoiselle Deley, and dances like Mademoiselle Augusta. Ker fortune, moreover, is 300,000 a year an excellent heart and a spotless fame. But as a fatal ill-chance would have it (such was the story which speedily spread through Palermo on the arrival of the fair a...

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

mntij2fintl) Congress. In the Senate, March 9. 'A moon as the j uriial of lbs Senate was read this morning, Mr. Colquitt roe, with, the Washington "Time in hi bind of Thursday evening last, to which he saiJ he wishej to rail the attention of the Senate. He was not in the habit of noticing publicly the charges f newspaper against himself ; but in this ce the editor spoke, not as front conjecture, but made a positive charge against majority of the Senate. The writer would" rot probaMy think that he spoke bsrsbly when he (Mr. C.) ssiJ that thecba're was conceived by a scoundrel's hejrt and writ- len oy a a anuerer s ueii. jutio n ui vuv vm . truth in the hol art.cle. This man's of ject was. no ! i . i i . There was" not one word l doubt, to seek an infamous notoriety and he had achieved bis purpose. He was brought here, it was said, to ret up some new candidate for the Presidency ; but the article in question disproved this ; for no man of sense could disgrace himself by using to base ...

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

Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent term cf the Weekly Indian State Sentinel: One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Fite copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Semi-Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy $4.00 I Three copies 10.00 To Correspondents. SL M. Cincinnati. Received your of iiüx. Will attend to the 90 " Cut opportunity. Billy V. Letter came de. Clad to hear the new. J. N. B. Write ui the particular of the fire, your Iom, kc. 8. N. Lebanon. Under existing circumstances, we prefer to lay your communication aside : feelinx determined not to legin any personal warf ire with the concern alluded to. If attacked, we shall promptly defend ourselves, and may then avail ourstire of our friend's redaction. W. A. ML CarmeL Hare not a copy of flat pamphlet left. Will endeavor to obtain one fat some shape. If unsuccessful, what shall we do with the fundi T C. B. Ferryaville. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 April 1846

3uutann State Sentinel. WEEKLY ED1TIOX. CTfRIAL VISILASCE I THE FI1CC Or LIBCKTT. HDILVH'OLIS, AKI'II 5. 1S4G. Dcmocinlic nominations. Fur Cetsrnor. JAMES HII1TC07I IJ. For Lieutenant Governor, p a n i s c. i v iv , ic. Centre Township, Clarion County DEMOCRATIC MEETING. The democratic elector of Centre Township, Marion county, arc notified and reqno -ted to meet at the Cnrt House, in Indianapolis, on Saturday, April 4th, J-lft a) lfl n'rlnfb A Tf fir that m-rr.r.so nf rv. point'ing delegates from said township to a County j Convention, to be held hereafter, for the purpose of ; nominating candidates for the ensuing August electirm. We would respectfully recommend that said County Convention be held at the Court Hou-e. in Indianapolis;, on Saturday, May 16th, 1343. at 10 o'clock, A. M., and invite the concurrence of the democrats of the several townships in the county in the same. By order of Centre Tp. Vigilance Com., W. B. TRESTON, Chairman. March 17, iaiG. Tlic President's Specia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 April 1846

COLOMZATIOX ABOLITION. I ConjreM, lh richla ol tha everal State if tli Union, Mr. Editor Since the reorjrinization of tl.e In-! "r'd ll,eJ f'1' "f individual ho r. th objccU cf diana Colonization Society, and a few incipient movement! toward it future and efficient action in the noble cau of Colonization, I find that it ha occasioned quite a stir in the camps of our Abohition "brethren." Mj name i tossed and bandied about by 'all hands," and Colonization seems to attract very sptcial notice ; although the principal object seems to be, to show, that it i not worth nrdicing ! As I have in no instance made an attack upon Abolitionis's, nor concerned myself in regard to their movements, further than was necessary to show the difference between their modes cf benefitting the colored race and that advocated by Colonizationist?, and to answer some objections which have been made by them against our cause. I may be permitted, in justice to myself, and the cause I represent, to make my defen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 April 1846

SPEECH OF MR. CALHOUN, OF ItCTI C4a0tI!VA, lit the Senate, March 18, 1840. an the rttoluliont giving noice to Great Britain of the abrogation of the Convention tf joint occupancy.' lr. Cataocs being entitled to the floor, row and addressed the Senate. The question under enns'dcralion is, whether notice hall bo a-iaaii In Ureal Dfitaio. that the Convention of j not occupancy between us and her shall terminate at the end of the rear. To that queaiion, aud (hose immediately rowing; out of it, I shall confine my remarks. I halt it nothing in reference to the title to Oregon. Hatirg been connected with the negotiation in its early stages, it would he indelica'e on nij part to diacnaa the subject of title. I Lall abstain from all personalities and every thing ee!cu!trd to wound ihn feelings of others; but shall express myaetf freely, full and candidly on all subjects on which I may touch, in the course of my remarka. With these prefatory observations, I shall proceed at once to the diacos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 April 1846

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TIIE OFFICIAL UAZETTE OF TUE STATE (ZrOJicc on Illinois blrctt, .Vorth of Waihmglon. G. A. & J. P. CHAPMAN Editors. ß7"The State Sentinel will contain a much larger (mount of reading matter, on all subjects of general interest, than any other newspiper in Indiana. TUP ;f Ii w.v w Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and dur- i in the session of the Legislature, three times a week, on luesdays, Ihursdays, and Saturdays, at Jour Dolors a year, payable always in advance. THE WEEKLY EDITIOX ts published every Thursday, at Two Dollars a year, always to be paid in advance. . S in advance will pay fur six months. ;5 will pay for three copies one year. Persons remitting 810 in advance, free of post age, shall have three copies of the Semi-Weekly one year. Jg- wtll pay for six months. ÄI will always oe charged for the Tri-Weekly, and 5Ü cents for the W eddy, 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 — 9 April 1846

3nMttM State Sentinel. " WEEKLY EDITION. KTtasAL TlflltASCt ItTHt MICE Of LIIE1TT. IXSIüV-irOLIS, Altl'IL O, IS4C. Democratic Ioiiiiiations. For Governor, JAHES WIllTCOJIBa For Lieutenant Cnternor. PARIS J . UUKillSG. Remember That the Democratic County Convention, for the nomination of candidates for Senator, Representative, &c. rill be held at the Court House, in Indianapolis, tt 10 o'clock A. M. on The First Saturday in June. Let every township be fully represented. tf Towmhip Election. The township election on Monday last resulted as follows : For. Justices of the Peace William Sullivan, and Caleb Scudder. For Constable G. VT. Moore, Loyd Etsler, S. Barbee, T. Harvey. For Inspectors of Flection George Norwood and Sam a el Beck. The vote for and against the granting of licenses to retail spirituous liquors, stood as follows : For License 211 Against License - C02 Oregon and the W hltf Lenders. "Webster, the Representative of Queen Victoria in the United Senate, has at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 April 1846

LIBERIA. M:ssrs. Editors As the friends of Colonization will doubtless be pleased to see the rapid progress that Liberia is making in the Acquisition of additional territory, and the great prosperity that is now enjoyed by that rising republic in all respects, I send you the following extract from the last annual report of the Colonization Society which you will please to copy in your useful and widely circulated paper, and greatly oblige your friend and obedient servant, B. T. KAVANAUGII. Indianapolis, March 25, 1846. Liberia still presents itself to tke view of the civ ilized world, as a bright and luminous spot on Africa s dark border. It is ihe brightest sttr of promise which kindles its light in her black horizon. It is the most apparent means of her deliverance and salvation. It possesses elements of moral power which do not ap pertain to any other scheme of benevolence. iNo candid person, we are persuaded, can compare the state of Liberia and its immediate neighborhood, witn ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 April 1846

. Summary, of rmus, &f. mmm The lfgislatcre.ef Texas have dUiJcd tie State inta two concessional 'districts, by the river Trinity thro wing Galveston to the we?t. Finaicces or VinGlMA. The State Treasurer has piven nuMic n tice that he is prepared to redeem S 13,073 of ths public ebbti TnE Moxthlt Eetcrx of the ban!: of South Cardin made on the 11th of March, places the amount of the f r leading items a follows : Circulation e,2,2XT, 129 ; Specie $030,245 ; Loans $5,913,490 ; Deposit $1,031)27. Contempt. Jessa E. Dow, who was summoned to attend the Senate in relation to the assault made upoa Senators in the columns of LU paper, the Timei, has sent in his bill for the same, charging $3 a day. Letters from Washington state that Jaseph Gales, Esq , the enir editor If the Natioiial Intelligencer, ia lyinj dangerously ill. The steam saw mill at Fort Gibson, owned by the United S:ates Government, was consumed by fire on the 12th ult. It was worth S12.00O or S13.000. The Democr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 April 1846

Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms or the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel: One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 15X0 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 ScmUWcekly. Published three times a week during the session.) Une copy 1.00 Three copies $10.00 - INDIANAPOLIS, ARPIL 11, ISIG. OrThe Journal has a very long article about the Governor and the State Debt, but we do not see that it amounts to anything more than an attempt to show that the Governor is not entitled to any credit for the arrangement, because he did not distinctly propose it, or something like it, in his messages. This logic is of a piece with that just now used by the higs towards the President of the United States, because he will not tell Great Britain just exactly what boundary in Oregon he would be satisfied with. It was if we in Gov. Whitcomb, as it is in the President, not to tell exactly what he would do. It is the xight s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 April 1846

4 5, In the Ilruse of Representatives, March 30. THE INDEPENDENT TREASURY. On motion of Mr. Deomgoole, the House resolved ittf into Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, (Mr. Johnson of Virginia, in the chair,) and proceeded to the consideration if the bill to proTide for the better organization of the treasury, and far the collection, snfe-keepin g, transfer, and disbursement of the public revenue. Mr. Caleb B. Smith moved to amend it by adding the following proviso: That nothing herein contained shall be construed to orevent the Secretary of the Treasury from depos iting the revenue of the government in any bauk or bank which he miy deem expedient, and also to receive the government due in the paper of speciepaying bank. Mr. C. B. Smith occupied his hour pacing over a large range of debate, involving the financial history of the government for the last i-'O or 30 years, and its muliifarious connexion with the politics and the diversified interests of the country. Of hi...

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