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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - June 18, 1831, Indianapolis, Indiana By a. F. , saturday june 18, 1831. V0ii.l. N0.45. To Sham. Wodo Ilain put re mum Inaa Tince. A a a Ritj a cols at Al Flo our that ski of die Yucai. Tto Youaw ail Ritj cents Thiim Douimb the Fon owing is a translation fit Mao an Nunt Spanish poem which Sij a the Linburg Sui passed by a a a we arc a Jam to i in Lii Spanish Lai Masc Cicet us odes of la 43 pc Lmh Jufen atm. Of let the soul its slump in break at oust in senses and awake Tiff like its Slony Gli to away and the Stem foot slope of Trca come stealing on. Ando Hile ice the Rollins tide Iri Lowins Ali nuts Glide away so fast. Let is the present hour a ploy. And deem each future dream a Joy already past. A or Cumberland Road a Ain Indiana. Fill to their doing Captain and it a a a a a a Clear the Mainsail which had a a a a of its Topping lift that this Mccurd had . As a Vas this Tasev planned to Hurni he through his a Quot ony Rte Ommen Dei a is poor wife and helpless Chi Rcd to f Quot nor Decd Sailor s god and died a who can conceive the feelings of that Scab jangly Siath devoted Cren whilst Contemp Lali the body of hair commander mangled m a manner too shocking to relate a a fihe Curlain Deslou Cimon that awaited to Jim should they obey the unhallowed do fires of the cowardly wretches who had fired on their Small inoffensive if even Tio Stile vessel under the very guns of their e the Nair Tda to to Imp Jian to Day on a Man dreams of Yore Ivie Bright like them the present thai Deli Hll like a Mem decay. G streams must be the sea Odeall Wlusek o or Ling and kingdom Roll on ind throne. And a Pillow All. Death Levels inv cry and Pride and Rich and poor sleep Side try ride. Within the grave. Our birth is but a Starling place life is the of the race and death the go in there All those glittering toys ate brought i i hat path alone of All un5oughi, is found of All. A dreams of sleep that death must great Alasi before it bids us Wake Ere the lamp of death can blight the Cheek s pure glow of red and White has passed Atway youth smiled and All was heavenly Fai a age come and Laid his incr Jere and where arc they. We he strength that spun is do eat the step that tolled a Ligon and Gav the heart s tone Iirth is gone tie step is slow and Jay grows to when Ace comes on. The Castle and Batt Esiee without the possibility of the slightest Chance of escape from the hands of their deliberate Ray deter. But Tho monster who had ordered this act of crime flies blot upon his pretence to humanity was As Aio most such wretches alarmed by his own wickedness and the firing ceased. The Fox was conducted by her surviving officers to her Anchorage and finding the Grey hound delivered her instructions and entered a complaint to Tho governor for the injury sustained. But even to this Day no atonement is made to Tho Manes of their Vic tits our Lameo cd lieutenant Cocke. A a i his Mcmains on the following Day re consigned to Tho silent grave where neither Tomb nor trophy decorates Tho cart i Liat holds a Gallant Rau dered Sailor who fell whilst promoting the cause of general humanity and now lies neglected As do some of the wretches against whom his country s wrongs called Forth his services americans let not Tho records of you country s Fame be sullied by an act so unworthy of the Justice of your remember that it is Turc number of Tho virtuous that constitute our nation grandeur and that the god who beheld Tho sacrifice if the Gallant and Brave registers against us the ingratitude we show his now Glen cd memory. Green grow the grass above Oliy head thou honoured though neglected dead thy Fame must future Ages hear Anil shed upon by Fate a tear. If still Columbia loves her Brave a Monument should deck thy grave or bring the Bones Whei. They Milit rest among those few in life loved Best. Tic mangled Manes of hero True. To this last act were justly one the land wherein be Drew a on re breath. I Tell the tale told Itoi dare to venture a solution Danu iian r a Byron Damu of Lieut. Cock a in the a arly part of 1823, an american squad Ron appeared off st. Juan a Porto Rico Whirlie vent caused great alarm among the ignorant of that place amongst whom i am sorry to rank even the authorities for such was Tho Case. My relator was an officer who had been present on the occasion i am about to speak Quot of. It was a Windy morning in Tho Spring of the year 1823, that to made Tho land of Porto Rico off the town Oft. John so and out Commodore Porter feel Reg anxious in regard to tie Fate of his brother Captain j. Porter of the Grey hound Schooner Ohio had parted company from the Squadron during a heavy Gale of wind sought him there As that port had been appointed Tho rendezvous in Case of an in. Foreseen cause happening to any of the Small vessels to occasion their quitting company with the Flag or As Best under stood to land folks Tho come Indore s ship on the morning alluded to the a Chou or a signal was made and that vessel closed with Tho Commodore and received instructions forthwith to proceed into st Johns and if the Grey hound should be there to order her commander to join immediately Tho Squadron which would remain outside under easy sail As the commander did not wish to have the object of Bis Mission to those seas known to Tho spaniards. As soon As capt. Cocke had acc Vivol the orders of his Commodore he made sail and pursued his instructions. A to Bact my the port whose Channel Way a Jit isffl�6sm% difficult to enter . F ing to a Dali Ous Nysp which the sea Rolla and Breaks a Krimsly Well As the Rocky Shor you Aro obliged Tosar 0� which stands Tho Tremlet Idoux fort Futi la a Call Edelmore capt. Bis colors and crowd Cal sail to prevent a by Accident occur nip to Liis Small vessel by the possibility of making too much Way having under his Lea the reef alluded to. Quot when within Musket shot the Fox re a lived a gun from the Castle. Situated it As Lieut. Cock was to was compelled to continue on with out deadening his Way and received another shot j but As his flying and his vessel s chanter to ways ambiguous to kept on a bub a other shot Moro dire Ful in its Progress than the rest struck the unfortunate Schooner Hull and this worthy and Buve Oil Cor in a moment of the deepest solicitude for Tho safety of his vessel and Crew was Postni Ted mortally wounded on the deck. He , in a voice rendered tremulous and Brokell top Aidso death,"0 god in Trio rascals have killed Ino Quot a and perceiving Hia of amp Cen about dropping Tho Peak of Tho Mainsail on which was attach cd the a of Edwi Klimuc Ien ,."doa t haul . Flag he Ora proud Feolis with which our countrymen and won abroad perceive tie growing renown their native land cannot but be Gratifying in the extreme. A Friend of ours who spent the past year in London and Paris a forms us that in Tho latter Chy the enthusiasm with which the american people institutions and government Aro regarded is exceedingly prevalent. It is so Rife indeed that All classes of Young american a the Young Man of Genius and education or the fudging pc i i Marc who is Little esteemed at Home All receive a share of engrossing and unexpected attention. T the reflecting and cultivated american a Broad the memoirs and allusions of Home Are frequently experienced and expressed. Conscious of uie elevated position which their country sustains abroad they feel for its continual Prosperity an Earnest solicitude. The following Beautiful apostrophe to America is from a Superior letter from an american lady in Paris published in the n. Y. Com. Advertiser. Mia. A Catt. "8iy country sacred name would that i could stand on some tall Cliffofd her Shore and be heard from the North to the South i would cry Union Union destroy not madly a happiness which the world envies i would say to the South even if what you complain of were True would you destroy your country and yourselves for this would you bum you House and your children within it because some one had stolen your furniture i would say to Tho North a offend not your Brethren mortally even though you think they Are unreasonable destroy not you country for Money for the interest of Trade a make All sacrifice to by Jwasko with out. Look to the example of your fathers who formed that Constitution to which the philanthropists of the world look As a Model my let not your children reproach you a eth its a Talarita from Pitt Burgh that the by Ai my a Home on Hei passage from Tom Wii to Pittsburgh Todt fire a few in i Juthe latter place and was burned Ette. Noth ing was eared Uhm of whom Sevell were ladies Arad Klipfe. These Wero thrown into the Watt Ait Borno to Ahorro by those who could Slih. The Homo was owned by or. Haruni Louisville and had on Board Labont tons of freight principally grocer Louisville for . W never drape in a Quot Bucao Lale ikan glean Tho following for the edification of such if any there Bas imagine to enter the noose Natri Motilal. Married at Bath Steuben a oui Ity onto Lith Ikirt. By Tho rav do mite or. Homes Alexander aged 95, m Delos baled proposals received at Belville on the Cumberland Road eighteen Miles West of Indianapolis of Nam the is to the a Ith july ensuing at Sundown for the grading of twelve sections of on mile each on said Road commencing at the cast end of the 12lhj and ending at the West end of Tho 23d mile West. The work will be commenced by the first Day of August a rough Grada and the ditches must be finished by the 25th Day of december next and the work completed by the first Day of july 1832. Small painted boards and lettered As tie superintendent May direct will be pit up at ibo end of each mile showing Tho distance to Terre haute and Indianapolis. Such Trees As lean wer Tho Road or a Hose lops spread Over it must be Cut Down and removed from the 80 feet. All Kibbish roots arid grubs will be removed from Tho whole Width of so feet. Not More than one Section will be Given to any one contractor. Estimates till be made and three fourths of the value of work done will be paid Moth la until the work is completed when la will be paid. Sealed proposals will like Vise be received at the same place and during the same time for the construction ethos biases and ctr veets and All necessary masonry on the above Lino. The masonry will be of either Stone or Brick and persons laying in proposals will be particular to mention in their bids the Price of each per Perch of 25 cubic feel. Note. 500 Brick May be calculated fora porch All Bridges of 20 feet Span and up ids will have their abutments piers Stone or Brick and superstructure of Wood covered and painted. All Bridg-idcr2� feet Span and All culverts will be arched with Stone or Brick and All contracts for superstructure or masonry must be completed by the first Day of july 1832. To cont Racli for both bridging and grading will be Given to any contractor but will be let separate plans and models of the superstructure of Bridges can be seen for Tho above line by applying to the superintend sent or assistant. Three fourths of the estimated value of materials delivered at Bridge Sites and three fourths of the estimated value of work done will be paid monthly until the work is completed when All will be paid but no estimates will be made nor any Money advanced on materials for masonry or Ai per Structure until delivered at the Bridge Sites approved of and received by the superintendent. The superintendent or assistant will attend constantly at Belville and on the a Bove line of Road during the time mentioned in order to show and explain t those wishing to his in proposals every thing necessary As to the grading ant bridging. Testimonials of character and ability to perform the work As to grading will be required with every proposal excepting former contractors and testimonials of character and ability As masons and Bridge builders will be Reid tired with every proposal for the construction of masonry superstructure. N. B. Printed notes of the grating showing the amount of excavation and ban Kment will be furnished to bidders likewise statements showing the probable amount of masonry at cach Bridge and Culvert. Homer Johnson superintend Etui West. Dir. C. R. In Indiana. India Mapous june 6, i83i. 44 form of proposals for grading. I will contract for the grading of Section West of Indianapolis containing rods and compile the the same according to the directions of the superin Dent at per Rod. Form for masonry. I will contract for the masonry of Bridge no. In division no. Located Over and furnish All the materials and Complete the same Accorti ing to the to lire tons of Tho superintendent at $ i Perch of 25 cubic feet of Stone. I will contract for the masonry of Bridge no. In division no. Locate Over and furnish All the materials and it am plete Tho same according to the directions of the superintendent at $ per Perch of25 cubic feet of Brick. Form for Soper Structure i will contract for the superstructure of Bridgon. In division no. Located Over furnish All materials and Complete the Soma according to tha directions 1 plan of Tho superintendent at $ . Undersigned facing taken out letter of it station on alien talk of Jerf Iiah Merlc county desire aged would notify Labu on said estate to prese ii it Catbe Winfun one year and All nid i tue att it Wolod to malts tto a ate ii pan Tilv a r. Meek adm it it it 403 to Bruhse Bui blebs. So ale a proposals will be received at Indianapolis from Tho 1st to the 28th Day of july next for building a Bridge Over White River on the read near Indianapolis. Quot the Span is about d50 feet Whitfi will be divided into two Arches. The abutments and pier will be built if Sonoi arid a ill require from 1000 to 1500 perches of masonry. The superstructure must be built of Poplar or Oak and calculated for to o Carriage ways cachet least eleven feet Between the strings and two foot ways each four feet wide All the Timber constituting the Frame of the Bridge to be pinned and the whole covered in and painted. The masonry and superstructure will be let together or separately As May seem most advisable to the superintendent. The Bridge to be completed by Tho first Day of november 1832. Plans and models of Bridges May been by applying to the superintendent at Indianapolis. Homer Johnson superintendent West j in. C. R. In Indiana. Indianapolis june 1831. 44 form of proposals. I will contract for tie erection of All tie necessary masonry in the abutments and pier of the Bridge Over while River Icar Indianapolis furnish All materials ind Complete the same acct Long to such plans As the superintendent May direct at per Perch of 25 cubic feet. 1 will contract for building i Tho super Structure of the Bridge Over White River Lear Indianapolis furnish All the Materi Lis required in its construction and Complete the same according to plan at per foot in length of Span. Alec proposals will be / �5, received by the until 12 o clock m. On Saturn ii August 13, 1831, Hindre Danten a Cheslof rough Stone and one Hundred and fifty perches of Hen or Cut Stone df25 cubic feet to a Perch to be delivered on the state House Square in Indianapolis on or before the so fond monday in May next 1832. All of the Stone to be of a suitable Quality for building and the dressed Stone to be finished for Range work to face at least one foot in depth and Trio length and breadth to correspond thereto. Bond and approved Setili Writy for tie fulfilment of the contract will be requite to and the names of those offered As Security must accompany the proposals James Blake. Commissioner. , 13,1831. 41. Summer fashions. M Guire amp whj3y, respectfully inform the customers and the Public that they have just received the latest Eastern 7ashi0ms, direct from Philadelphia and new York and Are prepared to attend promptly to Ali Calls in the line of their business. They beg leave to offer their grateful acknowledgements for Tho a tiny Liberal patronage which they have already Recei de and they assure their friends that c cry exertion will to made to Merit a continuance of their favors. Indianapolis Jane 11,1s31 44-tf. Respectfully informs Hii friends and the Public in general that he continues a House of at the sign of the Eagle in Danville Indiana where from his Long experience in business and his great Assiduity to please those who favour him with their custom he confidently expects a share of Public patronage. His table will be constantly furnished with As Good As Tho country a fibres his bar supplied with the choicest liquors and he ensures the attention of an excellent Hostler. June a 1831. 44-lf. State of Indiana Jackson township Boone county. Mayroth 183l taken up v Robert Pennngton living in Boone county Jackson town ship one Bay horse with Black mane anal Tail supposed to be ten years old this Spring up cards of fifteen hands High humped Hack very much marked with a gears two White Saddle spots on one Side and Siree on the other a split up his right fore foot shod before appraised by us James Davis Andrew Longe and Seerge Walter to thirty dollars on the Day and Date above written. 1 do certify the above to be a True copy of the it original. Given under Rayha Dand Seal the Day ill Date above a Kitten. John Porter j. P. 443. State of Indiana Jackson town sup la one county j may8th,183li taken up of Gay George we ter living in Boone county Jackson town skip one Bay horse Willi Black Mano and tailsupp4sed Tobe six ears old this Spring about fifteen and a Hal hands i a set in his foie Kead and a up on his Noie a White Streak across his breast fore hit Fifee shod Hebte a Pennigton to fifty five Day and Date above written. Ido certify the above to be a Tuttie copy of the Dpi Ray Lent to it Reid Nix Lerm hand and Seal the Day and Date above Porter j. P. 443 taken up n Cial of Noble to amp ship indians one dark Bay Fhiry. Hilgh Timoll it Etui Aiida a a a a a i of Nitika Plicet Vatilce appt Alied 0� Caty five dolls a by m Tkv m Kitty bid . A tip 28ft, Imi. St amp Tefis Fise plans for state House amp a. Will be received by Tho undersigned at Indianapolis until Tho loth Day of november next to be submitted for approval to the next it Isla Tureo this state for the Best of which thus ascertained a Premium Ozone Hundred an fifty dollars is hereby offered. The building 3 to to of sufficient size to admit a representative Hall to contain one Hundred members and a lobby con lenient and proportionate thereto Ond a gallery to contain at least one Hundred persons with seats and pews raising m Ner of an amphitheatre. A chamber for the Senate to contain Rit least fifty members and a lobby of proportionate size and a gallery to contain not less than one Hundred persons with pets or seats rising in Tho manner of an one room Foi the supremo ctr ii of the state one room for the office of the Secretary of state one room for the office of the auditor of Public accounts one room for the state lib Iviry one room for the Law Library six committee rooms Ond sir to ions for the clerks of the legislature this whole Dost not to exc Enid forty eight Tho ii ind dollars. That persons Rivay to enabled to Asti relate the relative prices of labor and materials in the Vicinity have thought it and visa tile to Annex the Folk owing data is furnished in Tho Wall on Bridges on this rational Road m this Vicinity at $7 50 cents per Perch of 25 cubic feet. Best Brick estimated at g6 50 cents per thousand in the toil lumber from $1 of to go 50 per 100 feet. Carpenters and Bricki Ayera at is 25 to $1 50 per Day Labou Nurs .�10 00 per month. Boarding from �1 25 to �2 00 per week. Asies blk a a commissioner. Indianapolis May 13, i. 41 Wirthe editors of the National Intili Ligen cer Baltimore Republican Aurora and Pennsylvania Gaza tto Philadel Alijaj journal of Commerce a a. Y. Cincinnati american and Louis via to advertiser will each give the above eight Semi weekly insertions and Forward their Bills taken up by pm Anders living in Maitil town Dup Shelby county mama one Gorresi Mare about 14 Handi High Hund of the tight Star and a sri pm no other mail of Brand Worth nation is opposed tohc7or8yearsold also yearling mar Coit lot a sorrel with a Small Star in tie forehead no other Marks Ort aids perceivable the two appraised to $35 by William Poland and Tewis Morgan tills so Day of june 1831. I do hereby certify that the above is a True copy from my stray hook.44� Isaac Bishop j. P. Taken up a Gay Nathan Hardin ii my ing in Warren township Marion co Tinty Indi aria fire head of stray har Desione. A a Bav Malle sixteen hands High with a Star find snip and supposed to i eight years old Ai. Praised to forty dollars. One Bay House y f Fleen hands High a Star in his forc Lichaa and three White feet a ipod cd to be Sevea Vearold Aid appraised of it five dollars a one sorrel a be fourteen hands High a Atai and snip branded on Tho near shoulder with s. A and supposed to be eight yens old with u Diall Bell on and appraised to forty Dir Lata. Also. ,. .-.,-Jto two sorrel Colts supposed Tabono year old one of them. Basa Tarand snip theother Nib Ray a or a my a Ari a Pinju dollars by we. Baak 1 fit

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