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Milwaukee Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 5, 1840, Milwaukee, Wisconsin VOL. Ill.i MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1840. 46. MILWAUKEE SENTINEL EVt.li, TU'KSDAV i KriTED EV HAUUIKON REED OSci on tisl Wj-.-r i'ou Ijr luu C Inn per annum, Tn advance. 'ffit v in addition will invariably be "Ii subscriptions not paid within six monljs f o n iliu lit i-j of subscribing, and One dollar it' nut p-iid within the year. T B-II nr AnvffJi-iN 00 per square lit- ii iJci) lur fi'-t insertion. 41x1 D'.S f ,r e; ei v sub'-c. ucnl i: seilion. JidvertNci lell wii'iunl will bj nnlil fuibid and charged cv.ii.i -iy. 7 No rip'if u ru Mrorli IT tent ilisc-on- i ti i i l til ill! iiuh-ss.il the iyll j i ,'n- r A ,ri u'. WALL i; W. C, 11 A "i. .ml CM IH Mui Ai ii A'.i'kei 1 i 1 1 v v A' r'i N< i CM i., .f IMM i li 1 j f A' -v ill bill i' i in Cl.nni'f ry, _ i.l, -i- 21" M. 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An at tide in 13la -kwoocl concerninn; the ish naSioii refer.- to thi ii statistics of pop illation, us one of tli e m singular ci i cum- stancts connected history of that irniaiWble people While other races have gone on mciuisintr, and multiplying, Ettiopu jri gi ncral having doubkd its pop- iihliuri nithin tho last LmiJird years, and F.njjlitid hnvinrr niaily tiiplid liors within tLc 1 .tol half rfuUirv, tiic T.nio of incrense in Amtiicri bciny tull numbers of tlio Jowis-h DJ Ic do riot sc'em to have uihiycJ It is Patiinatefl that about thit'O raillioi's pnti rtd Palestine fiorn the ildi rut ss the population of" Jnclca prob- ablv niHor d Lur millions. Ac- to the coinpiuation of tlie German .-Uilis'.-, tho aa-gir ate of ihe tacc now is .tboul liie in the time of tlut aLout thici tuiliioris. The wnter adils: "This eMiaon'inniy fixpdnrss in tlie hiidjt of tin vcrtal inci case, is doubt- less ti'it a we are even lo loi'k lor it anioi 5 the opora- u'oi.s In'ch reserved Israel, a sf pa nte io.ce, hundred yeais. e not naturally coriceiie, that a pco- tiiits picsorvcd advance or re- trocession dispel d, yet combined bro- Iccn, yi t fn in u ithout a country, yet in all; uniiout .1 nation, yet united as no nation ever was- befoie or not bctn appointed lo offer this citiaordinarj couti.iiitction to tbj common laws of socie- ty, an even the c-o tunnn pi ogress ofnaiure, YMllioiu a catJso, and that cause one of final univeisal good, divine gi.mdi.iii tmorc Aim r. Tur CiK'.vi: (i1 L. E. fol- lowing rMiiict fitm the journal of Capt. Ilcrsp.iih, ptiblith d in the London u-ny Mdg-aziiic, v ill prove interesting; to many of o.ir fair leadeis have been charmtd with the poetry of Miss Linden. 1st. Ai ived at the castle, and was conducted bv i soldier to thenpaitrnenl of Captain JUacle in, tho Governor. I de- livcudiho nonsptper sent by Mtssrs.King, .ind his EtcHleni y appeared very much af- fected on seeing llic lines it contained, u i in i n i the d of Airs' llaung heard thit the remains of Mrs. Maclean were interred in the casile-jard, I gave, a soldier tiifle to show me the spot. She is buried in lhat part of the courtyard facing th'1 a, close to the ram- parts no stone niaiks h'-r
intellectu.il rank of the human no doubt in this country. The reg- ular troops now in Canada might have the advantage in the first brush, but like the army of Pyirus against the republican troops of Fdbricus, they would teach tis to return the tide of conquest, and to drir the one fiom this continent as the othi.-r did from Italy. We aie of the same bfood as the Btitish the same same people, animated and inspired by a spirit, and ambition and freedom that can never be cone tiered. The result of such Yd, in this cc-anliy, our wise editors con- stantly speak uf the Germans ns Dittck. of Ex-Sheriff W. Parkins, Lsq., formerly High Sheriff of London, died in tru'seity on Sunday morn- ing, aged 70 years, of an affection of bowels. Mr. Parkins has resided in tbii city for about two years, chiefly with a young friend ia whose house ho died, and who is understood to be his principal lega- tee. We brlieve he nerer bad a family. a contest would be the entire subjugation of but his remains are to be taken to England ihe Canndas, and the final subversion of British power in North America. Of this we have no duubt. Two thirds of the Biiiish colon PS now envy our institutions: laws, trade and glorious prospects. They .ire sick of li.-mg in the midst of a camp al his request, and interred by ths sidt> of his parents, it is believed that he has left a considerable estate Adwr. Dcstrurtian of Brock's cry tourist will remember Brock's Mon'i- ia other respects, a war with England j men'., which crowns the heights of Qjeens- woiiid establish our domestic manufactures tin, and adds so much to the and dorntstic trade on an immoveable foun- beauty of the landscape. Yesterday morn- dation, while it would be the ruin of min- ing ni 4 o'clock, the inhabitant? of ufactures in with a certain pros- ton and Qtiecntton were aroused by a re- pect of a i evolution by the number of op-f poit like lhat of the hearicstaniJIery. On eratives thrown out of employment. The j looking out, n column of smoke was loss of the British, or ail foreign trade to slowly ascrndiog fiom the tall Monument, us, is a bagat -lie. It would only afft ct the land as it drifted a way, the obelisk-like tow- foreign and shipping ras-j er was discovered to be rent and shattered caily stock-jcbSers here, and their agpnts from "turret 'o foundation What from it would create new sources of industry, and re-inimate all those now in a state of possible motive could hare induced tbit worse than Vandal outrage, we are at loss t6 Com. Adv,
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