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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - April 8, 1836, Bloomington, Indiana $9 per Anniem in Advance. An ii Xii ont popu want no dtctatobfl.$9 at end �r111� year. By we. I. in Ana Friday afro. 8, 1836. Vol. A Downing lit l Eil. Sargent Joel to Ezekiel Biglow give me the land with Black Cut Cade what shews his fire lock Handy and will not sneak nor be afeard to give Tho French the Dandy. A old song East room feb.�?, 1836. Dear Cousin i wad almost tickled to death to get a letter from you after the great conf aeration and to hear that you want Burnt out of Riouse and Home. I know cd that if any body could squid Gle nut of n a a Crape it was a Down easter born and tred. It is True you escaped by the skit of your Teeth but it then you knows Nunt Nobby says a miss is As Good As h Vivell i Spose you want o hear whether Congress is going to help the Merchis iils. Betwixt you and i and the Post they Donl t moan to do nothing about it. Ulicy made a a Little flurry at first but it s All say if Uliey h up one thy must help t other and in it it if a Pink Starn de Mackerel Schoone r Jill arrived not Dowie in Ville was us a Burnt with till her fare aboard Overn rent was list h8 mud Bou ii i a s he Bounty it Lowed by it no it it Ernil the duties on goods Bun u it 111 new York. Uliey say i Bias j i. T log a oops and Eliise for the girl That s the Rule they Woik by. Well now Cousin tin it there been a pretty Kieule of Fis i to Fry Here Elliis Winter if had my hands full then i think its h p it what Witti the French treaty and the i3ink, and the fortifications in fifty Osiier things and the Jin ral lays it All on my shoulders it Beems sometimes is my head Wigt us a Plit into a thousand Imper. 15u itty mind s decomposed Elliis eve. Us and if i aint interrupted i la inc Tuin a few things m secret. A you perceive Cousin a a ii Quot a i be commenced this utter with a Surap of poetry list As tie arc it unknown used to do before it was or tin who the writer of w is. When he was put to his Trumps a Ora Mot of he used to Umeke some thin up out of his own head and a tick Quot old a Long Quot at the Bottom. But the varies at the head of this chapter Are jest what the Jin ral used when lie sat Down to smoke his pipe Wilh me when Imp. Barton writ to him the Lowy Lii Slippy would t Pony Down Hewish. Well Stysly Jin ral Thui s a our sort til join chorus a Yankee Doodle Doodle Doo lir Imming fill your glasses fight for father my Ani and sue Corn and pork and Lussos. A i Jent Ioel lays the Jin , can you keep a secret yes can Guys i so can i says the Jin Rel. But says i a invalid you la Only Tell it to me it Shan t go no farther a that s right up and Down on the word of a Soldier. That s enough 8iys he you a Hull know it. Str edit Downing a ays the Jin ral i m Goin to make a War message tomorrow and i Thant you to write it but i by Friend and fellow citizen Don t you Tinow there s two sides to \ Burg us Quot a fyn Send your War Manifest even if it passes the House you know theri s the Senate. I Undi St find a log he Bat they know me of of i. I la take a pair of shears stand in . Lobby and the first m in h it open Quot this has let him mind ins Eye a that s �11. I tie Jin ral Lead it More than got ills words out of his input i in Here wis a Louil i up it the door. Come in,siy8 i. And in d n great p Lorsy eone Arii ii nost As by a Daniel Lambert y in pc fill in Wax works i jigged up in Iii Isle regimentals. i that in the name of common sense is coming now ? a Bui before i had to i a him to Ike a Slicer he Laid ins and sword on the table Gays he if m in he so bold air ii this Jin Jai son a same at your service sir Well Jin ral s is the Oluver i be this my Ute arrived in town from Norfolk where i anchored yesterday in his Britannic Mij Esly s a hip Pantaloon find have he ple Imire to be Cluj i ear Ler of m letter from my most gracious Sovereign Willion ii Loulli by the race of Gid i by �?z1 r., Britain France and i Clun l i toxin of Ber Wirk upon Tweed defender of the Faith written by his own r a a hand. Directed to your Sargent Joe hand that gentleman a cheer and a pipe. Fill three Best respects to you and my compliments to the King says the Jin s hoping says 1, you be Hada pleasant v Page. I Spose you Didenti speak the two follies Captain jumper nor nothing didst you Here the Jin ral spoke up and says he i Spose the King is up a tree about my not sending a minister to London but you May Tell him if i cant be. Allowed to Send my own Man i wont Send nobody a and i know the King has got too much sense to be mad about hat. Not at All your excellency says the officer Queen Adelaide was sick to death with your last minister and Slie and her Royal Consort Waits with much Quience your excellency s pleasure in sending another equally Gallant. My errand is a special one throwing out of the troubles Between the King of the French and your excellency. Be pleased to break the Seal. Well thinks i to myself if that is ent funny. I Haven heard so much politeness this Miny a Day what in the name of wonder will the Jin ral Sny to the letter he s determined to fight that s Sartin King William nor All creation cant Start him from his ground when Nis mind is made up. If he Don t fight the French he can lick the indians. There s the sixth warders and major Church armed and equipped. But then the Jin ral wants them to fight at the charter election he can t spare them. By this the ral had finished Reading the letter and i watched his countenance pretty Sharp. List it still about five minus resting his Chin on his hand his eight a a on the Taf it be the letter fold a up and i Pim k Over his Forth i. It a i in i his Teeth and look d a Mici old out his Hankie ii i i and it / ills fico and loonie in Pim Ami add i wards turned All the c it it ois of a Down Rainbow they Don know How to it n Ike rainbows of the Rig it color Here. If you want any thing done Well you must go Down East Well As i was Sayin in about 5 minutes by the Ratcli the Jenral he stuffed the letter in his breast pocket and says he Cap Tain King William is a Raal Airt quake of a fellow if i did lick his brother s troops. I la think of the matter and let Tiiu know. Come and take pot Luck with me tomorrow. After the Captain of to get Pantaloon had gone the Jin ral Drew his cheer up put his fore Finger on the Side of his iio9<-, May Wink and says that fellow nor his master neither Don t know Andrew Jackson. He then up and Tom me All about it now the King wanted to step in Between him and Lewy and hush the matter up but says he i was t born to mor Row. I la make him eat Humble Pic. I can whip him As easy As i can smash this pipe. And my head did it feel none the better for his suiting the action to the word. The next night we met agin and f liked the matter Over and Over. S betimes the Jin ral was of strop i 111 Juul then i d Cool him Down. S a betimes he would be Good Natur a nil i smoke a steady Stream. At Lait i hit upon this scheme. Stys 1, Jin ral it wont never do to Send the pan lilt in without co Iii to the pint. A Vivell says he. Sargent what do you think i d better do i la Tell Yon we it 1 would do Gays i but you plan is this it wont do for us rep Blu ans to be outdone by the Kungli i in politeness. Vou make believe you accept the me Lin Titu and Tell King he May Settle Llie m Itter with Lewy As Quick us he Plum uses provided ii pays Tho Money. Yes Gays the Jin ral you May Wii to him so and i la sign it and add at the Bottom ill a postscript that if he expects me to make an apology i la see him tucked up under these end Section first. The next Jay out rame the Jin ral a message to Congress saying As How hey had better not make a ii ii Inte Coune with France not list at present. It was t More than eight and forty Uura after that was Over before i heard the Bell ring. Says i Jiu ral that Lellon pulls the wire in Arne it. Ves 8 Irge it let him in he s got Ami Injia of importance. Sir your most of audient Humble Serunt i have the Honor to be the bearer of letter from Baron Rothschild in which he Lexington Antl Ohio Railroad on states that his or esty of France is perfectly satisfied with the explanation you made at the opening of Congress and hat he first three instalments of he indemnify Mcadon Are ready to be paid to his order when directed by your excellency to receive the. Same. Make my compliments to the Baron in your first despatch said the Jin ral and inform Bim that be shall be so authorized forthwith. There Cousin Ezekiel there s the end of the rigmarole nonsense about the French War. If Uncle Joshua and find you and Cousing Jack and aunt Kesiah and Nabby Downing could it have settled the business three year s ago better than govern ment and without a Quarter of the expense then there s no snakes. We had t settled this Connarn but a Little spell before in came another messenger. What s the matter now says i the Jin ral is list finished his pipe and is taking his Nap Don t disturb him for Marcy i Sake. Wit i that the Jin ral rubbed his eyes and jumped up before a cat could Hack her ear. Is there any news says he from Ila Risburg news enough Jin ral he United states Bank chartered passed both houses and Oil gov nor Hai signed the Bill thirty five millions and asks no favors of Congress. Cousin Zekiel Don t you remember one Day when you and i were out in the Woods in Downingville Hoo Iii squirrels Don t you recollect pointed out to you a Cloud coming up in the Northwest and told you we had better Cut stick and be off and before we got half Way biome How the Trees whizzed about our Heads in All directions and How the lightning flashed and How the Thunder roared and the Hail pelted like the shot in one of Bonaparte s Battles Well if you Rem ibo r thai you Piave s mid a r of i it storm in the East room. Smash went pipe whack went spectacles and As to the Jin ral s boots in8 erd of being Hung up for a Mirror they went against the Best Mirror in the parlor i did my prettiest to Cool him Down says i Jin ral you need t be afeard this aint col. Benton he s a Quaker gentleman from Philadelphia and he wont Hurt a hair of your head he a a messenger from the City of brotherly love and comes to offer you some of the Stock in the Bank in your private capacity. He says it will pay a Wingering interest and or. Biddle says As How he can spare you a few sheers Ai matter of particular favor at Par. With int he Iii rare a bras looked exactly like Hose of a Chaine d Wildcat. Sargent Joel snid he do you mean to insult me Here or. Broa brim there s the door he Chr Penter made and a to you make tracts Tell your master i be Cut off the head of the monster and if he has As Many at Hydrogen himself i la clip pm off like Ippei ears. The Bank was mine and the government is mine and i la regulate and mis regu late list As i please. As for Nicholas Biddle s summer s morning i la turn that into a Winter s nigh a ill Send a popular guards and ear Down his House a and As for you or. Obediah. If you come Here again on Sich an errant you remember he six Kiili a men Don t you to Ell you he Plain Ruh Cousin Zekiel i begun o be a Lidle a keeled myself and made my Way to bed As soon As or. Broa brim left the room. N. B. I be list got a letter from Pennsylvania giving a full account of the meeting of the stockholders and How they be accepted the new charter and chose or. Biddle agin or thirty years and posse d a vote of thanks for his services and presented Hin with a Goolden plate o ent his Hasty pudding and lasses out of and How they mean to run him for presi Dennis Ead of he Jin ral. Next heat. I Shavit dare to let this out to him All at once but Ell him Beetle by Beetle for i Don t like to witness two Harry canes in one week. So no Mora at present from your beloved Cousin Sargent Joel. Wednesday morning. The Pardu Lars As far As we have Learned hem Are As follows the locomotive i h a train of Pas sengers and freight can started from the depot at 6 o clock in the morning and about 9 o clock when crossing one of the highest embankments 2 Miles this Side of Frankfort from some cause not yet accounted for the engine was thrown from the rails and precipitated to the Bottom of the embankment. The immense Power and weight of the engine exerted instantaneously together with the suspension of its Progress Forward upset the passenger and baggage cars and threw them Over the embankment on the opposite Side with All the passengers. The embankment is Twenty or thirty feet in height and so Steep hat he cars rolled o the Bottom instantly and were dashed to atoms. But one passenger we learn out of fifteen or Twenty escaped unhurt. One was killed instantly one died in a Short and when the mail car of wednesday lift the scene of disaster two More were supposed to be dying. Others though badly bruised and injured were not thought to be dangerously so. The individuals dead were a or. Wilson of Madison Indian and a or. Tinder of Woodford county. The two persons supposed to be so dangerously injured As to Render recovery hopeless Are Archibald Goodloe la a. O mad Sou county and mrs. Hull of his City an aged lady. Those badly injured but not con Sidorek in a dangerous a Itu Alioti Are or. H. J. Eastin of Paris Aud j. M. Estill of Madison. Among the passengers who Are bruised in a Slighter degree Are or. Woods of Lexington Fri. Wilson wife of or. Wilson of Madison men Tio red above and two of her children. The names of other passengers on Board the cars at the of he Accident so far As we have Learned them Are or. J. Hull or. Van Pelt and or Kinnaird of Lexington. Messes. Pierce Scott and Jackson residence not known to of. Or. Kinkead one of he engineers was seriously though not dangerously injured and Jackson the other Engi Neer it was slightly bruised. The Accident occurred about 9 o clock in the morning three hours after the departure of the train Froni Lexington. The mail car which leaves Frankfort at 9, was waiting Ai the of of he Plain for he arrival of the locomotive when the passengers were informed of the disaster. The passengers instantly left the car and proceeded with All expedition to the scene of the Accident and rendered All the assistance in their Power. Med iral Aid was procured from Frankfort and the neighbourhood and every thing done that could be done for the alleviation of he pain and distress occasioned by he Ca As Rophe. Some of the wounded were removed to Frank fort others lodged in the neighbouring houses. We shall probably hear further particulars before we go to press Ber of indians of the indigenous tribes being estimated at 150,000, in is Cak Cula de hat he to Al number of indians Between the Frontier Settle Rentt of Whites and he Rocky Moon Lains afer he emigration is completed will exceed 250,000, cons Tating a formidable a Grega e Force if any oct Nylon could unite in common catis6 so Many tribes differing from each other almost As widely As he Whites differ from each . Int. From the Lexington intelligencer. Most melancholy. It ii with it most painful to motions Tom ire record be particulars of a kit Accident hat occurred on in furl her , 2 o clock. We Are Gia Ifield o learn a the Nti ail car Jutt arrived rom Frankfort that or. Goodloe whose Case it sturday was Hope less was much Betti a when the car left and there were Strong Hopes entertained that he would recover. Mrs. Hull also is Reco Cring. All do hrs who were ii Jared by the acct Dent were getting belter and a Tver Al of them in such a condition that they were Able to come up in the car. Two children of a or. Tutt were bruised one having its leg broken. Since dead. The Corpse of or. Wilson was put on Board the Stan boat Argo and with hib family left for Madison. The b Eam engine was but Little injured. The passenger car was entirely destroyed. The of Iclal papers taken from con Gressional documents which we publish o Day Are of Par ocular in Eres at this moment when our Indian relations arc at tracing to much a in Ion. The number of indians removed or emigre de from he East o he West Side of the Misti Ippi in it appears 31,348 he number yet to be remove it cd is Eiliv a de at 72,000. The Nam Piluzza Foll v ice Mont. The Reader will rejoice o learn hat the Green Mountain boys have gallantly unfurled the by Minerof the people s two separate convention one anti masonic the other a whig which met at Montpelier on the 24th ult. Severally nominated Williaw Henry hat Prisow of Ohio and Francis Granor of new York As their candidates for the a rat presidency and vice pies die it by. This makes the sorrent state nomination of the Farmer of North Bend in opposition to or. Van by rent Pennsylvania Indiana Maryland new York Ohio Kentucky and Vermont having avowed their preference for him Over nil the other candid rates now before the people by decisive majorities. Of shall doubtless should we live so Long he Able to add to the number Between this and the 4th of july Rex. Ohio slate journal. Important. We Are pleased o learn Tho in it i the a Aliotta car received last evening that on he is instant or Clayton from Quot the committee on he judiciary of to Senate o which had been referred the Bill to establish the Northen Boumila by line of this state made h very Long and Able report in which it is understood All the members of in committee concurred confirming and establishing he Light o Ohio to the disputed territory. Of this report 5,000 copies were ordered to be printed. The same paper tales Aon the following Day or. Thomas from he on the judiciary of the House reported to that body a Bill o is Batish the Northern Boundary line of Ohio agreeably to the limits contended for thib state it which was read and ordered to be printed. There is therefore Good Gicand to Hope for a speedy adjust mint of the disk culty which has so Long existed with regard tour Boundary line on terms ii voluble to the state. Ohio state journal. So after All there has been in awful earthquake in Clirina though it has not swallowed up the City of Pekin. The following More rational and probable account of it is from a Valparaiso newspaper de in he Middle of november received by a late arrival at Boston. The Pekin Gillette con Ains he details of the mos terrible earthquake within he Quot memory of mar. The shocks continued Al intervals for Twenty one Days. It is estimated that in the four provinces one Hundred thousand houses were destroyed. Tho Fields were covered with dead Bodier so no one to Bury them he survive. Ors were obliged o live in he open air exposed o the incl Mency of Tho weather. At Pong Techin the Earth opened and a Stream of Black water Trust Forth which carried away pro Ducr men animals houses and whatever it met with in ils Aai. Int. Rand Ewing Vag i Bond Pas cd in route our Village on sunday last on his Wuy eastward he preached about a a Ile Atid a half from Here on sunday evening and we Are old delivered a Suranie mixture of seme and nonsense. He Days be is now fresh from he mormons and thinks hey Are about the purest religious sect now going. He was dres cd in the same fantastic Habi Limen s he was described to have appeared in on his trial at White plaint and wears along Bead. To learn that Hoea pressed in his a nost con. Emit Nous opinion of women and thinks then a Verr inferior order of beings to map. He Mya Thev Ware made to obey in All Ihk Uga. Nov Ftp we have to say to or. Matsum that he bad Batter look out. Socket Bhardw cd ukr

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