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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - June 10, 1836, Bloomington, Indiana 99 per Annam in Chr acc. Nore luge or ton we in Ito dictator. A lib. It Iii. Tit m. We Begaii. Bloom Motolo inv ply Ilva Friday i Jitia 19� �o8s�. From the peo Pieu Echo. A a bar their Fri its be shall know or in tit no be of Gen. Jack it son the<fr�f1iinio#l Wehs Camm of Ltd lowing your fir not Joarnt i or. Van by Tsi of loft i it govt j me tit oct Mvi to Boogren arc in Tih tip Porter pre Urach deceived let Binm Esi Iriate Tutt record and May a Litber a Ich a. A my Matt fur aim on Fhy Pei ii a i the we a can honest Jackmon War Vita Sheafe the vote of the president bd4 or. Tan Buren at the mine Lime of the a me policy a i Atid be Conil stent Hmer cannot Tobej will not. In so a ate feb. 10,1823,or. Van by Wren vote off Sfa Bill appropriate uni Money for the payment of the Georgia militia who him barred in the year l791- 93 and 94 see Doorn no Page 193.of the Isth february the same year. Or. Van Buren voted against a Bill to Nable the it Ulderic of French British and Spanish titles in Loai Aiana to try the Validity of the journal of Senate Page 180. In Sewat april 24, 1324. Or. Van Buren accordingly to the journal Page 318, voted against an Quot act to procure the necessary a urn Veyrl Plant and estimated upon the eur eject of roads and on the Isth May or. Van Buren voted against a provision a Ute for izing the president Quot if in his opinion it shall be deemed necessary to Send a military Force to sustain and pro Leaf the commissioners who May be sent to hold treaties with that i Indian tribes on the upper Missouri Gen. A Dickson or. Eaton and or. Benton voted in the measure. See Senate journal Page 399. In Senate january 28. Or. Van Buren voted against Quot an act for the final adjustment of land claims in the state of Missouri and Irr Mitory of Arkansas derived from France and Gen. Jackson and or. Benton voted or the same. On to s 19lh May or. Van Ren voted against an act to improve the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi or. Eaton Gen Jackson and or. Benton voted or the Bill. Journal Page Senate feb. 11,1825. According to Page 155, of the journal Martin Van Buren voted to strike out a provision of a Bill Quot for making surveys and carrying on the op�rntior8 of the Board of engineers in relation to internal on the 24th feb. Or. Nan. Buren Alsoto cd against Quot an act for the Contin Untinen of the Cumber land on the 34th, he voted against sub scribing Quot in the name and for the me of the United states Fer 400 shares Fttie capital Stock of the dismal sanm cd Timpany in Virginia. Get a Jat a a on voted for the subscription. See journal Page 19s. On the 15th feb. 1828, general Harrison voted for Quot causing a Survey to be made of the country tie tween the Appala Mcola and the Masai Riippi Rivers with a View to it formation of an Inland tween the or. Tail Buren voted against the Servey. In Senate Mach so. Or. Van Buren voted to Stuie out the following from the first Section of a Bill entitled Quot an act Haking appropriations for the military service of the United Stales for the year 1836, a a a a Quot fat a the continuation of the a Cumberland Road a100,000 which shall be replaced out of the fund reserved for laying oat and making roads under the direction of con. Gress by the several acts passed for the admission of Ohio Indiana Illinois. And Mimori into Tite Union Quot amp a. General Harrison voted against a Trikle fat. The Samo Day or. Van by when voted for striking out of the Bill of $50,. 000, for Steebe purpose. General Harrison we fad ail a a. April 6, the septate passed a Bill to a remove the obstructions in the a Vanneh ayes so rays 3 general Harimon voting Fer and or. Van Buren against the Meas ure. Pige 338, of a usual. In Senate 33d Aprik. A bin was passed authorizing a a a for Stock la the Loui Nitu and Portland canal Cotman yeas to nays 15. Geft. Harrison Tott Ngow and or. Van Bur ii <ain9t to amp Stise a too Senate journal Page 380 tie sith of Phi Gen Harrison a noted yer a a Urvey Eert Atn Rotti Between butt Thomore end Prue Drophia fora Post Road Quot or. Vak Burn at. May Loi gift. A Harrison voted Abaft to e certain Qiu Mitty of Laad tothe mat for the purses of aiding in opening a canal to connect the water of the Illinois with those of Michigan. Or. Vaif by Wren voted against the Grant. See journal of Senate Page 517. On the in re of a Bill to open a Road from fort Smith in Arkansas to Narhi Fochts in Louisiana or. Van Buren voted Iri the negative while general Harrison messes. Benton Eriton Johnson of Kentucky amp la. Voted for Tho measure. See Senate journal Page 130, january 30, 1837. The Ali Callon of establishing a uniform system of do i it Kra to to we a do tided in the Senate january 31, 1827, by Ayi a 15�?nays, 25. Harrison Benton Johnson and others voting for it Martin Van Buren against. Page 134 of journal. A Bill to repeal the duty on imported Salt was posted by use Senate by a vote of 26 to 24, on the 2nd february. 1827. Martin Van Buren voting against the interests of tie West in this As in a Ery other instance and Gen., Harrison for the repeal. See Senate journal Page 143. The passage of this us had a salutary effect in reducing the Price of the necessary article of Salt More than fifty per cent. As it enters largely into the consumption of every Fame Gay it seriously elects the pockets of the Farmer and the Mechanic. On the 13th of feb Way 1827, the Senate resumed in com in tace of the whole the Bill to Grant certain Quantity of a and to the state of Indian a for the purpose of aiding said slate in opening u canal., to connect the Wabash River with those of like Quot on the question shall this Bih pass it was decided in the affirmative by a vote of 28 to 14.&Quot 179 of Senate Harrison Benton amp a. Voting for it. Martin Van by Wren did not. Aga4n february 17, of same Yair on motion of or. Hendricks of Indi Arnii the Senate resumed As in com Mittee of the whole e Bill to Aotfaor-�2c a subscription of Stock on the Paul of the United states in the Columbia and Sandusky turn i like Quot on the ques lion shall the amp Bill be engrossed end read a to ird Tioney Quot it was decided by yens 87, nays 18,Gen. Harrison the appropriations Martin Van Buren against it. See journal p. 199. On the 37ib per teary the set Fate passe it a Bill Quot making for the a military a ervice or the United state for the year 1837.&Quot. Fri Van Hrc Oist the of we we raft imm a eco Tiit Hill vis the Road from Canton to Zanes value i in the state of Ohio end for continuing and completion the Survey of the Cumberland Road from Zanesville. To the seat of Gove Roinett of Assoun one Hundred and seventy to Dushny dollars which shall be replaced out of the fund rese veil for laying oui and making roads under the direction of Geog Esb bar the ave eral acts passed for the adn Olsfon of the states of Ohio , Illin tand Missouri into the Union on a to the first of March the following res Lii 1837, tion he foxed to the president of the United state h rfcs rested to cease Thero a by St. Loais att both tides of the Missouri River to be Yulii toil a of reported upon preparatory to la toc Eliod of the Road Antobe Laid out Ter the Seet of government in the stale of Lmh url 80 m to Shew the relive a dosages and disadvantages of each route ill reference to distance Dat Ihre of the ground facilities of constr action number of Post offices Post towns and a mount of population to be accommodation to he trans of Ion of the mails and military and. Commercial operations and nil other information necessary to be possessed in order to make the most judicious selection of a Rote for said or. Van Buren voted for laying it on the. Table a convenient manner of killing a proposition. General Harrison with or. Benton the mover voted against it. On the same Day a Bill for the preservation and repair of the cum Berlani Road passed the Senate yens 22-16 a Var Nan Buken acc it Irwin id by Cutai Stoat m out or Rocc of a Tornai improvements voting against the act. Gen. Harrison the in deviating Friend of Western interests voting for it. On the 22d january 1827, Gen. Harrison introduced a joint Resolution for the Relief of the sufferers by the late fire in Alexandria d. C. The resolutions passed the Senate on the 23d, by a vote of 27 to 17. Mar tin Van Buren voted against furnishing them any assistance. He corporeal Proem and thai i skin lit aborting and strength in Fml it Ling to Tibet Eai Well to Vimnf-toii�4atillecltobeering asset he. to a a balt est and thai Tea dire Eti Short Sam. The a Ltd to so Ihmud Thole radically Bilge True made for he could not re Irbit Fot did be Trio any Good. If Habaj add if violate the Rierden Aad. Or Airtis Elk did iiotg�4t the Alai to a his respiration a a Wir wit Hindl 4a and his was from the n. Y. Sunday morning news. David Crocket. He was indeed a character one that no other country but our own Ever did or Ever will produce. The. Whole Man physical and mental was of Frontier growth. The pioneers of civilisation in the West were most of them born in More thickly settled por to int of our country but pushing Westward took Possession of the wilderness and made it Bow beneath their exertions. Labor and exposure a ave Hardihood Ond Independence to their character and they Felt and acted like lords of the soil. The a a a a and the Rifle were familar to their wifi print from their infancy. In this society was David Crocket educated and became distinguished in his youth for feats of strength and skill few were stronger and none had a More unerring aim than Crocket. He soon in the Flash Laid Guage of the country became a a Steamboat. In the War of 1813 he turned a Soldier and a Brave one a hmm to. Be led not driven oae who had More Searage Thair discipline. There was a Romance in Bis character not uncommon among Bis countrymen Bat in Bim it was fall and exalted. The Light of Nat Ces sagacity which the White Man on a or frontiers possesses in a greater degree than the Indian Makee education less necessary thao id thickly settled countries. After the War we Over. Crocket was a such Assaul Hunter and a Prosperi us planter and every Way a by Man. His he cps Talvity waa an pm sri beat by Eskitg bread with his and Wai Biog it Down with a Glass of old Monongahela. A Noog the Evili of a new country is the rage for political life and Crocket was infected by this mania and placed to self Belore the Public As a candidate of Congress. Hit straggle for this Hoosoc was a Long oses but he it length succeeded. He bad Good lungs Fine health and persevered in hit electioneering with unt ing Ais duty. His voice was loud and Well suited to stump oratory. Hon it uni footing with Tho original states. Norv Timss softened his accents to Cost Harrison in it ted for retain in. I his friends but met his Antigo oils the Cleuie so did messes. Benton with the growl of u Bear and tha Eaton Hendricks Jenson of by Spring of a Panther. No disasters King of Alabama and every senator Ever broke him Down if one Cam Lar of to r la i a from the West and Southwest. There were 15 for striking out beaded by or. Van Buren always inimical to Western interests and 27 against. On the same Day or. Van by. Ren voted against an appropriation to defray the incidental exp Ilses of the St surveys of $60,000and Gen Iii Uii a in put it. I sign failed be was soon in the Field for another. If his vocabulary was scanty he was master of the Slang of his Vema Oular and waa Happy in his coarse figures. He spurned the Idle rules of tie grammarians and had a rhetoric of Bis own. W4ien he came to Congress he imagined he should Awe Many of the Dandy members by weak it Man he Ettel de to Imi Ana in the House. He cobia not Udo stand their but still he found twas Day a iter Day. He often la oiled a it round to see if there was any i a Ger or stronger than film set my to caused this fear until then he Niaj never known any other cause it cear than tha of a stronger Man than himself. His great vision of Reform one after another vanished for to could not make the members listen to his reasoning. And after a while he began to suspect that there was not 90 much honesty Imo Jug a non As he had believed there was. If he got a fair hot Ltd Caf he found that he had More lives than was Ever fabled of Grimalkin and even if he rocked fits brains out the creature i70uld not die. As he. Picked no a a More words of English and Sof teed some of his bold sayings in fact the More he lost of he men of the Woods the less interests he became As a curiosity. The last time we saw him he reminded us of the Savage who had lost the Energy and pantomime Grace of the War dance in taking lessons from a French master to figure in a cotillion. Such were the fisc Iii. Actions of Washington and of life in the capital that he was anxious to be continued in Congress but he must have his own Way lie like an honest Quot Iran would not be tra Meled and they at length refused to Send him. Excitement he must have and just As he lost his election the troubles at Texas be Gan and Here Wasa fiend Morhim. He could not live without being before the Public. He had Een half Ioe Bri ated with distinction for eight or Tau i ears and inglorious Secl Asholt woo i not answer for David Crocket and he found it hard work to gain and Lapp Wjk a literary reputation. His new phrases did not look As Uliey Soa Odea from the Tongue. He was Brave and had the ardent soul of a Warrior. He knew that a military renown was snore rapidly acquired if acquired at All than any other. One bold adventure has fixed the Soldier s Fate either sent him to sleep in tabbed of Honor or raised him to farm Lead lower. Reason Fig thus be went a a ahead nor was his Des i a doubt a i he met the enemy by died. Thousands of Hwy a Quot countrymen will raise to avenge my death god Speed theto. The Aebig la of. Crocket were hot Niwao to my a lbs id Vaia. A hotter flame than that which Cea Samed his Tortal re Mains will Baron the hearts of indignant of a end a a ant Irtha murderer leaves Tia dance of Bis do Gueci thu what with Bis Igat aged his Lavant am a Taar Yed to Diwi. Moo Mhz >ki�4finmklft. The great Dama Jid the service of Engin Peers that half to to Ooma Quence of the in Progress thr9uhoat the United state and the Timponi Billt of Batal Doieg competent in necks Vosti ,1ias manifested the necessity of use Partig or educating them at Bene. The this end it has been deemed advisable to organize a department in Indiana cd Gei for the purpose of Givinn tru Lions in civil engineering. A class will be organized on the first monday in june next. In Addi lob to the regular class recitation there will be exercises every week in practical engineering the College being wished with a Complete a Aratus for engineering Wilt also be in the vacation a recon Oil Ance of a a had or Canak Ihu a Rombin. Ing practice with theory teaching tha Young Yogi Beer to preform the duty of the fild a wow As Bose of the office. Daring Teie exc Wilons a course of be lure a pm sneering will be delivered accompanied by sex. Tiny Long it and Bell er�i�e�9rifktla�t�a thae slim the tharary Lerm tue at of tip Fer feh Stadey a Whf Pomet sed of ofal and Trigon met Seifr an Astl a i a after Fidanze. Of one a Eisimi. Branches a imm no oui red Lorii it orams a a a a of the repata41oa4 Beth air a Ible practical Liri Jpn ii Minini line warrant a Cape a it la Tny a Jon. Adopted who be Armp a and it we old us a floats Heik rouf a the Tempo ram i thai sat to both to the country a to nitty i Vili a la to mire it is i Iown that the dam Fey Neera More than double a a re Rvl it of that this Dei Randii can stoutly inc Reke Ine that the Worby now in in Ehy will afford eos tank employ Ewi to engineers or a Nemerof yyr1i�> for a they will be a a i a hed Anitac ref wards As Long As hey soft last to superintending Mem and lies of them in repair. The co pm in of these works will my he in to construct Otberry Quot Aad <mr9lhrer, the salaries of a of be Peers Are from two the a a Ven thousand Dot Lars per Nat Imp a More Proad ing Field to it oth for profit and cannot be opened to Tite aspiring mind of the youth of Mir country. In Cea delusion we Wolrid Nestly invite Ihu attention of Hoitt a to it wish Well to their country this Impe Taai a abject let them select and a end a Ach Young men As their talents and Energy Wilt be an ort Ament to their profession. The cifors of papers Friendly to the cause of science please copy the above a a time s. I. H. Maxwell. Pres. B. T. Indiana College. Bloomington May 14, Lane amp Boon. The by car of the terse Gaufo a Thelle two a pro Variest Laski circa it ars to lion do not soon Wither up into Mieir native insignificance theae tire creatures it will indeed be a wonder. Nothing has preserved them Ihus Long but the hot of their Bavia it Een Thorois Bly Pickud in the a in in spirit. We a the ref Csibi in of the a curtain f Fem. M Why have a be a two men a the i a of our delegation in a upon Chipi selves the Olyce of lemurs a be scribing ales of Coa Daet far the ,4od dictating a Eibl a pro a of option a Tim enemies of Eisac Aluffo do cution to to lib a pure Achico a Toction a thief if they Bava a Nar Der the Iwatiw of cd vast Bocen he Airt be Liatti by the Kyrm Mem Lofv Placa the to cop Midi e result lag to try a pm Bandit backed by the Pular it can. Kaon. They uhf Aci i mfg to ers of the Amcha Ito a a ulva is be resin tag the thai any. Vandish ate Jansen. Smother their Owa Deal Hin Tom delusion of party. Ii by a a i Viag thar seat in tha Van Baralis Aweta a tile them sell a to Iju by it of the spoils of vie tar Tima air to Talaat be a very Elmma if Ihen a my thought we can Oil a ism will her Good Agrimi his a a tin Ren and App Amaly devoted big a rms Hal to Victory t old Ovelmar Fril a Kwh he mme Guise edit or a Ladin a by profit Imp a i Chi aristocrat Baen a Jiem career sign used a the a Milf Erous act and wow Jive a i fat Lett in common with to Watera a a

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