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   Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 17, 1842, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THOMAS TUB SEBTIKKI.. nln. KIHTOK: Tho few Iirio.8 in which I iiddrttisnd (h'e public through tho medium ol' ytmr journal, huve strange lo ihu lU-v. "entlcnnui or thu first Prosbyterun chuieh in 1 ayni. Ill id not strange 10 me. Uo did nut ovpttt, utitloubkdly, hat I shunld mfoim tht. public of tho trana- 00 PER ANNUM INADVAMT a-i.-lu IP AID WITHIN yiXMONTllH. ATTllEENDUt-tllE Nu. 12. FORT WAYiVE, IA., SATURDAY, Sfil'TEMBER 17, L842. WHOLE KUWBEK, ".'or they will nut bo uliundcd iu. i 'ftjrAdverlUoineuU insbrlull for Tea ci-nis pel line Tor threil Fivu ceuU for uach tint' (Ubseqiiuiil iuserlmiis, when cOinistiii" cif 10 at over; but no.uuVerliscmmii interim! lea. 'tlian 31. Jub Work dune on tbo 3. Thu uavigattnu of Si. Juliu'n lo bo fruii and open (o both parlies, nuil in iiu jj obstrnctud eilber. All produce and mbor from the Stale of Mame.ivhuri itarnvts (he mouth uf tbo river, in New Unmswick, all bu placed on (be tume fooling us if rais-in HQtJ pruviace; ami iho iiibaliiluulu of Ibe par Si. Jolm.iu havo .free access Uirouglj al part of .the river tvhich ruus ivliully lino' Aiticlo 4. All grants oflaod made Hy either arlj.iii the ItrriLiTf which uutv falla lu the her shall bu held, vi.lid aid ull possessory aims ntfeiiic from i.oiscasion f.r un.ru ll K.jeaia Insi past are recognized. Article 5. Cumin which hnvo bcuu corvcd hy tlid unll.iiriliea of (Wiv i account oftbe deputed Leniiory, eliall be aid ovui lu the United Slates, which iti lo paj Maine anil lliL-ir respccuve orlioiih. The Unllcd StaltH ulio aginu tu ay aaidsialea tlic csjienoua incurred in' in GO aftirdicr'suin of (JC for ihcir atsinl to the new 'buiu'ijary. line. Article U. Fur riinuiiiy llm lino between ic Source uf Ibo St. Croix nud the Si. nud marking thu ri'dtiine of Maid Hue, iwo uinumaiuiiciH aie lu be appointed, uno tty ibo resident ul (bo Umicd and. iho other y Ibo (liici-it r.f lirgand, wliu shall meet nt augot in Maine, on llio lit day of id marti uni the lino described iu lliu Arti-eclivo Atliclu 7. Tliu channcli) in Ihu St. Lawrence i hmh KIUOS the Sjiili M.iiiUa, in Du-Hlnridn n par the junction ..f ibe Hi. C'Uir liver bu fieu lu ull t bulb parlies. At lit lit U, 'I'lio jurtica miitiiully agroe ich roiniih ji itavo! furco uf nut less than 0 gum tu ho linpt uf Africa fur Ibu uftbobUvo tradu. Said scjliaJront o bo in dr pendent ot uacli olliur.j bul the ufli-ors to have luilntciloua to uul In concert Aiticlc 9. Tim two pnitics lu nnilo i rcprebcnlalioiis and rcniuiiBiruuceii lo Afii-an piuvera ta allow uluvo mvrliots, nnd urge ern (o dtimt and oloau ihnm (orovor. Aiticto The parties till crtons charged ivilh murdnr, pimcy, unuu, ihboiy, or iuiRery cumniiltcd irlthin (In- juris-cliuil of cilhef, who bhnll eoblt an aoylillii lib lliu oilier; niuvulod thu evidence uliall ho Arllclu 11. Tl.o Dili urlicle lo hn In fi.rcu for va and iiftcrwauls nnlil tlilhiT patty Uh tti Icrininaiu il; and ltd lUlb uttlcle (u (Milimio in loieoaa long holb unit no Tin) corrcipimJouco IH upon tliu Ut. Of llio inlerrerntice of iho urtloulul an of Iho Urlllih Wesi wld, tt ut carrlcil by Vliiltncc, inlo the porta ul olunios. 3d On (be Mihjccl of llio and ad. On lliu tiihJBCt of .hut cx-rpl iliat a iurl ofiipdngj- und jiloa (if ncccealty niailofor tbclilniiiiRuf Ihu will U cxiTCbtjon of rqjard fur tliu encrndtietn ol Ur neutral -nuiliinu U'tellkd iipoi licto and (hi! Pibsident imduuluod t. oclnre In liie iiiojiayo oceumpanyingtbo tiealy docs imL Jeani ll nccenury lo nrgu tbo of these UuifJrM fjrJior. [Mr. Smith, tienaUir fninl Indiana, vutei gaitst tic ratiCcattcp of the If my follow ciliKuns, in iiliur years, hould hive coiifidt--ocu enough iti mu to aco mi! Iburu, I can, ineanwbilu, "bide my nnd il thuy never should, L can rosi conlentcrily ul home. In uillmi caso, 1 irunt shillb.; found ucliiig out in pruclicc, a nn.xiin tvbich, in a ICLCHI jmlilic ndiireHs, L nit forth in theory, lhal 'oflico should cotnu n search of us, not we go in st-nich td'ollico.' 1 odor 1 liduxptaruilion at once, lust il iniyln u, supposed dial I hud prompltd or approved he ailic u in ihu Slalebinuu. VViiuiu 1 can ml niii the Domoi'nicy of Indiana, .1 lit uasl, withhold my name, wht-iu it njighl disscnlion. You aro at lliu sent uf Gtiv and linve iho bust chuncu of iu moving of iho political waters. I hurt-iy auihorizu vun, it" my clumiB. should bu irgcd by iho kind jiiuference of my frieiuls, ii'i-oiinl or political, in opposition lo llio-c i 'Howard, lo uay to them, from mu. that ll 9 toy earnest reqncdl lliut no such opposition nomination should bo made. You nru al liberty lu nioko what Uf o you deiiBC, cither publicly or jirivalclyi of Uiis Ici-l am. Dear Sir, Yours Sintutely, ROBERT DALE hu introduced, hut ngl lo cxiuli: o bu pliived njjuinst the buga cunluined in a wx, or uln-.-i; and modura'tu jtrussoru mado pon Ihftn; ihu :nalerial will now bu found lliivu acmiiied ull (he required nd to posiiffis a consiioietice, such -i would gciienilly caoso il lu bu ir wax. lam uwarc that nlccihul had b' en nr tht; juirpusu ol SL-paraiingHainu uinl nu from each other in analytical chemisiry, f batu need, hus, in lliid cii.su, been idsolved iu tlm-hiiutud'Dlchohul, and the hay been bulltred to cool lugetlu-rj lid [truces would iiu aiitigelht-r hiiipplicu-ilu lo munufacluring ihu ".uai vonld tht; value ol Ihu product. In iy omnuracluring iiwluad of din-olving ulcotiul, 1 add  codoa to ihvir wUhcu, he, 111 my opinion ought tn receive Ihu nomination, llo KIIC-lilicitd himaulf, in iho hoiirof need, hy quit ting n qutut aoat in Congrutia fur u tnrbnlen nnd fatiguing cunvusa. And I di nol hcliuvo strongly in lliu uocliiuu ofinun' claims lo ofllcu.yel Ihul WHS an uvidoucu o sincerity nnd that ouylu not 1< ho forgotten, and ilml merits, when occusiot ollVrs, Ihu highosl rowurd in llio yifl of ih Sfitlo. That my own InghcHt nspirntiona aftor no liltcul station would hugrul'ifiod by n neat i llie U. y. do not dony, A 1IEICFAM) I'OUK. To 1 galhin tir Wilier, luku 1 1 pnnm! alt, hull nnimil atignr. half ouni-o ealipoier. In ihia ralio ibis pickln to increased In my quantity Lit! ihnndho bn'ihyil nnlil ull iho .lirl (rum ihc sail iiudsuyar, (which will nol ho it urihos lu ihe lop nnd is skimmed off. Then Ihrow inlo a largo tub to cool, and when perfectly raid, put it nvor your ht-iif or p( 1 1 o ho usual say our or livo 1 11 rnvui tnu.st bo wol cnviircrl w 1 l! clt nnd .shonlu tiol he nil down f 1 (ii'yH "Itvr killing during wh 1 I o si uld be slighlly sprinkled willl sultpeler. hel Ibis mode ho ouco tnud, and my won "or it. it will Im tried nguin in lo all Gerwanloam Sumo ill imlurcd nnd ill-inunne.cd haehulor 01 ollior. oneu iipun a lime, defined thun.- pule, riimill m ihe middle and big ut en da, lo hung dry gouda on.' Iiu iiilghl to been put in bib and inckur (or liirf but miverlhetedd wu cuilld nol help thinking ol deli n it inn a few days ngo, when luu'king ul SDiiiL' of onr cily bellu.i un Muiii utieel. Thoy ch'iin out nil ulir idetia ul economy, and mudu ne half doubt whcthur ihujih; linuw what they ivori; ahnot whim lln-y utlked of hard Hard umerf, indued, wlitn onu miacmg piece uf'moilaliiy itiiongh ihe -siiuei dry goods enough lo pur-cluisu fund mill clulhing for a tuulhiT nnd iiuifa children n uhulu year. Lmlieb! U ian'l nueeasury; upon our microd weird t NeitluT J.H il clirisiinn, your good uld griindnmliieis would have cuiintenaneed no such ihing. NeiihtT is it becmning, utiy inmu limn a Mcaihrieout und a uiiliiiny hat bucumi! a ttH'iiUuv. Thu of OILS, moro lhan a hundred yuais ago, taudi-d "V'eilM umylt, robe, tho hc.sl nttira Itcyoud nfdrc-.sa; rorlovcliiie.su Necila no 1 thu luroign tiid orornumcnl. Hut IH, wlieii iiijiiilorn'il, nilonmtl ihe mout." ll wns truo then, il tino now. Sim-ilieily liccoun-s you moru all Ihu yuu can find in Ghri.slentlom. Think uf your luisliiuiij.s' poekutd, mm! iln-ir crudi-lors' wni.lfi, think of thu cxamplu yuu an, selling your dutiglnors; ih'n.k uC iho  ud wilh thu by iho Ulowinf, inc-lhoil: wound .hunhl fu.il if ilio si-wred miliwly from ilaeiit' itin wnund iibove ihu bh.oi vill iiimivfliiitcly lo 1 '.ho upon Dm foot, Ih. -1 nnlil 'in (t'tun f.m'l lluni Ills IwilJ- ih wound iihuvi- llm ln'iiil, am! iho blood cun not tun mot. ,li.m -Z'JTl' laiusau'i Jlalwia Jlialicu null Anal 1 leckoii, nml my injured uml down irodilen client [ire Ily tqil to light "on you s mm of thebo a cal Itylita ou u sadder fullornov huthutl in SYNOPSIS O.E THETttEATY WITH ENGLAND.-The proamhla sols forth, Hint wbemas ccrtai portl of iho boundary bclweeu tb United Stalut and Urifiah America hnvo m yet boon aaccrla'inod and Jelermhunl, nol will Iho repealed 'attempts taada for tba purpose, ilU'coir thought to bfl.for thu nJ vantage ofAiolh.pjrtieslo quit the faithor ctmion of their respective nnd ngrceo oucli KCODvanliaoal lino for a Did bonndory u may be convenient to both, with such cquivd tonta ninlcurnpcnsaltons ua may bo just an reasonable. And furlher, ivbcrons, ihat t.y o nrlicle ID the trca'y of Ghonl, in IliM, tb Iwo Countries agreed to osu thoir boat ondcav ore for ilia of the slave trade. An whereas, ilia found expedient for the nil mini Ira lion of justice and prevention of crime, (ha port 00 1 cotnmUtln cm tain crimes iuonocout try and being {ogilivM ID another, should b given up; tbo plenipotentiaries of tho In agreed to, and signed tho follotviu Ailiclo I, dcfacs tho boundary betwcc New BniDawick'aiid Maine. Tho new bon darj1 to tiro United Stales about iwo-llnr ft! tho disputed territory. Artlflle 2, defines llio northwestern hounda (o ha through Laka Superior, aud a chain amallcr lakei anil Btroams to the monl nort woBtcrn point of the of the Tbonco duo aonth to Ihc 40lh parallel of nor Uiiiluile, "Jonylhat parallel to Ibe 'Ike Tho clcciion or Govt'rniir, Linnioniiut Govornnr, und imimhcrs uf (he Lrgi.ihilnro, ha.s refilled in ihe cotnplclt! liinnijili ofihe Dcm-jcr.ilic- ufthw Sinlo. 'Iho mnjnriiy f'.r Iu r  grunt con lest of 13-14, which has alrendy lni.m cotnmuni-u by our will aguiii bu fouiu! cfiJIying the support of tho great jirinrijili-s whic i Jisliiignish Iho Democratic from i lo JlUnois Sentiittl. 7'u Cook Cucwiiltrrt. Paro ulTtliii linil.lliun cut lliu eiieninljur into leiiglliwisa, ilusi nilhor iitle tln-bO slices with corn inajl, ur nrlioal luin, popper nnJ iliitin to please tbn lasle; Una dmiu, fry itiem brown, m.d yon will uno tf the moil dthcioin dishos dut on can iniaftinc, conibinintr in tlioir fl.ivin Ihuae tl c ojalur plunl Of their llniH coohatl, ill ere cnn tie no qnosiion, nnJ oflhoir patatal.kiicM, it is only Ibat joiilry Ihem, to (.ay with m (hftt tlinj- nrt ol' Ihu VOW] "'hun choli'rn mortiiia ehililrun, wu wuthwll i UR tin faiii'of'mx or eight mimilw t.hl, oftcaor, i (be extremity ''f'ho Nuw lluvun fudural puper juililiril ea llio tulluwing UA thu .sung: "lu Atlam'a fell WofllnnednU; In Hy adding thu following couplet, a cnpiui opnai.h, of ihu nnd demh Whijfgcry, will ho ready il.-t imtibsluiiu in hern tve lay, nonoolhtbc   

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