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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - December 1, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana journal. Vol. , wednesday december 1, 1830. No. 397. Published by Douglass amp Mazume. Terasas. Two dollars per annul if paid in Advance. Throe dollars at the end of the year. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. From Niles Register. Quot an age of it Lias Cost us no Small portion of time and labor this week to prepare a Sui Dicent record of the wonderful events Weich have lately happened in Europe and Are yet going on. Every successive arrival unfolds new and important thing so the chief of which we have noticed. Ave have reached another Quot age of revolutions Quot l it widely differing irom the last that we wit messed. All was then a wild anarchy and Quot deemed mainly struggles for Power Lustful and blood a now the people rather seek Ray Mit fio i thaa desire Desler Ulii it a and would appear �0 have a settled purpose of regaining some part of their Long lost rights seeking peace under the sword As the sword interposes itself to prevent an improvement of their great purpose is to obtain an Equality find Render their secular and e Clesia tical chiefs More responsible to the common sense of Mankind than heretofore and to be relieved of those oppressions personal and pecuniary which have weighed them Down and it is it were chained them to ignorance and poverty. We have always regarded a Luu ional Church As the greatest curse inflicted on the human race and often wondered at its endurance so foul and filthy As it is so lewd and debasing and As we have thought blasphemous. The mild been fought and Bolivar was again at the head of the army to Rule the country by the sword 14. There Are Strong indications of an insurrectionary spirit in brazils it will not at All sur prize us to hear of the expulsion of the emperor. 15. By Enos a res Chili Peru amp care in a miserable condition. The commotions in the South american states Are totally different form those in Europe the latter Are for the Sake of Sublime principles the former for the Benefit of military profligate who Lead the people to murder one another Liat they May have preference and Power. We never hoped much Good of these because of their establishment of National churches. It is a Broad farce to speak of Liberty under such circumstances. But the people May get Wisdom through suffering. Adversity is a dear school but some will not be taught in any other. The military chiefs of the South have desolated and depopulated some of the fairest portions of the Earth and yet the people have not resolved to act for their own preservation such i the Dominion of ignorance. Extracts from late foreign papers. Lady a sees the Dey of Algiers every Day. He enjoys the fall of Charles the tenth exceedingly. He was sulky till that event occurred but since he has done nothing but laugh except on one occasion when he wanted to Cut off his Valet s head for handing him the wrong turban. Then the authorities Ofier ing some slight objections he became furious and throwing Down his pipe exclaimed Quot ill go to England for that is a free the rail Road that has been the innocent cause of this disastrous event the death ofor. Hoskisson is now in full operation and and benevolent religion that we profess de i locomotive carriages Are constantly running mands not confederations of a priests nor armies i Between this town and Manchester the a soldiers for its support. If christianity can time occupied by this journey of thirty two not rest on its own Good principles it is not a Miles is announce it i by the company to be what we have been taught to believe that it is. Two hours and three quarters. The covered armed men had nothing to do with its ins Titu conveyances run three times a Day each Way Tion and cannot be brought into its support take any number of passengers for one of the unless in infamous lust Wiigs after Power and conveniences of this Mode of travelling is that base enslavement of the minds As we l As the the places Are never booked full. If the usual bodies of men. The tithe gather a in eng number of vehicles will not accommodate the land is under the same influence that directed persons desirous of going another or a second the followers of Mahomet to propagate or or third is attached in less than a half a Mi-inaini2.ivi, his religion by the Sharpness of their Nute nor is the Speed of the journey in any scimitar and so it is and must be whenever Way i deteriorated by the addition and wherever a National thur ii is established j the fare by these covered carriages is re the foundation is Force the Means ignorance i Ven shillings the Price which the coaches till with superstition and hypocrisy for its agents within the last few Days have been charging Ilo in tier what profession or forms of such for the conveyance of out Side passengers their Church May of a which we always Meau to a rate of Speed requiring four hours and a half separate from the neopia f that belong to it. In for the journey. But seven Billings arc not Divi duals attached to those churches Are As the lowest fare charge on the railway there worthy As other persons a but corruption is at Are open carriages for conveyance by which the Root of All such establishments and the the Price is As Iowa four shillings these run Ftnat ii pernicious. How Beautiful is it in our twice a Quot Quot own land to witness the kind and tolerant spirit the journey that generally prevails among its religious pro number of passengers conveyed to and fro lessors in of Vicc instruction or reproof is not each Day is really astonishing five six or be wanting but persecutions for opinion s Sake Ven Hundred Are talked of and i believe with Are evanescent and rare. We have Many and out much paper. Most powerful inducements to a Harity few to the sex Royal family of France will in All hypocrisy which latter Are often corrected by probability make England their permanent Republic opinion every sect being equal in the silence since the commotions which have to Law no one either supported or oppressed by Ken place in Saxony have rendered that the . And so Aho in regenerated kingdom an unsafe Asylum for them and the France the Law makes no distinctions among government of that country has formerly re to Lisp professing to have a common father to accede to his request to make that Aud god and we Trust from what is now going country his final residence. The Duchess of on in Europe tent them Mij Narf is about Berri has not yet returned from her tour and to be universally admitted. The struggle in the other portions of the family have lived be inane countries will be terrible the priests by Retiro Illy with the except Iod of the Young a will not give up their Dominion and fat things Doko de Bordeaux and his sister who often a without desperate efforts to retain them nor j ride in the neighbourhood of Dulworth a com hinge part with their claims to a Quot Rufii Ine i pained by their attendants. Some London a �?�4t> govern unless of necessity Nowith tand i pers have stated that the sex King talks very eng in the acknowledgement of the new King of j freely with his visitors respecting the late of France they have clearly admitted that Kings j currencies in France we Are however assured a were made for the people and not the people a that he never sees company and that in his for Kings. A glorious principle is thus settled j conversation with the other inmates of the. Iol a a mril. Vork a a a i it or or Kat Turc Ilia a it or it pfc Tutti inn his Power had passed into tie hands of the people. Thus the tri Colour became the National Colour. Pays bus. What must become of Belgium. To the editor of the London morning chronicle. Paris oct. 2, 1830. Sir every one asks the question what must become of Belgium ? it occur ies All thoughts engrossed general attention and for the moment claims pre eminent consideration. Well then a belgian shall answer you a Man of sound sense High honour and Well informed mind a Lover of Liberty but a moderate Man. He was at Brussels during the frightful conflict at the end of last week and he arrived at Paris yesterday morning. I conversed with him yesterday evening for four hours and Midnight arrived Ere we parted. I will give you the substance of his statements. They Are As Quot it is quite Impo Isible for Belgium to be reunited with Holland not merely at Brussels but at court say Tournai my is Liege Namur Bruges and Ostend Aud again at Mae Tracht and Milanes Aih and every where except at Ghent and Antwerp decidedly 950 Piersons out of every 1000 Are against that Union. It is quite for the House of of Ange to expect either submission or loyalty from the be faians. If they demand troops Belgium will not Supply them if they require contributions. The belgians will refuse to pay the taxes if Uliey offer an amnesty and a separation the terms will not now be accepted for the Flemings will no longer either directly or indirectly be governed by the House of Nassau. It is now too late to propose tei is. It is too late to talk even of altering the fundamental Law As to change of ministers and i Liberty of the press responsibility of ministers abolition of unjust and oppressive taxes and so Forth which were the Points required three months ago their Concession Noav would be rejected. Belgium will now be Independent and no Power on Earth can compel the belgians to submit to the government of the King of Holland. All tie reasoning in the world will be of no use to j18 As Jow As Lour Sun rings inese run to it i Ai a Day each Way and also accomplish i to Beulig Ley in two hours and a Quarter. The j Reu used to Holland. Ivor will die ii Para Quot a Tion which Belgium would have rested Satis and it is out Orthe Power of men to overturn it but it is our decided opinion that a general War in Europe will precede the accomplishment of these principles the contest in Belgium leading the Way. It would appear that this context cannot now be amicably settled the passions of the people Are inflamed by the Heddine of blood and there was a great Rushing of them to arms. We suppose that Holland is unable to reduce Belgium and that the War will naturally be extended. The princes Castle he rarely Speaks of the events which led to his exile. He attends much to his religions duties and Seldom leaves the Castle. It is said Liat an eminent capitalist has purchased for him �50,000 in the Consols and that fhe present French government has granted him about �240,000 per annul. Dorset chronicle. The elephant idling his keeper. Avci. A. A late Liverpool paper gives the annexed who Hii be to version Sci a the Rhine Wil i enter account of a sad disaster by which the keeper into the quarrel and then France will lend her i of an elephant was killed. I Rhth Means the cause of Beltrum Beine her \ Quot on Friday week the following dreadful a own. A by the letter of a to a fun. Vent took place in new Castle upon Tyne Bernard she stands committed to this course one of the proprietors of Tho Adelphi theatre ind what if she pursues it who can count had been travelling m the Northern parts of the consequences ? we think a so that eng. England with the sagacious elephant that land cannot stand still in a a Enol War. Per Quot nightly attracted such crowded audiences last hard policy will Lead her into the contest on season at that theatre. Two keep is travel the continent that peace Mav be kept at with this stupendous animal and it appears Home but in the Renolt refer nation will that one of them m. Baptiste Bernard a take place in England too. The spirit of Frenchman had Given some offence to the e improvement is abroad Liht has gone Forth Eph ant. It is Well known that these animals Aud we look for a Reat and last intr am Liora will generally resent an injury let it be Ever Loa of the condition of Man. We in the unit Long standing and so it unfortunately Hap Ted states have no inducement to take any i opened for poor Barnard. On going into the part except in Good wishes in those events i place where the elephant was confined on a strict neutrality May be observed by us for All the grand principles Sonah by the europeans Are in actual operation with us and happily we arc so far removed from the Thea Friday she seized Barnard who called out Quot murder Quot with All his strength and Tom the other keeper ran to his assistance but the elephant heeded Liim not and dashed the Munfor tre of action that with due caution peace to Nate Barnard on the ground and killed him. May be maintained with All nations and with the enraged animal then attacked Lom who a. A luckily escaped but not before his leg was Dradi ully what Iramene amounts of labor and capital will seek a Home and resting place Here we shall now hastily run Over the chief events noticed under our foreign head in subsequent pages. I. The Duke of Brunswick has been dethroned and Felt a to England. Quot a. The King of Saxony has been deposed. Hesse and other parts of Germany were such disturbed. 4. A dreadful civil War Raes in the Netherlands and the loss of life and property has been enormous. 5. Much discontent has shown itself in Prussia. Daring Flanagan Esq assistant Justice of the twelfth Ward was robbed last night on the Harlem Road about 2 1-2 Miles from the City in the following manner. To was driving leisurely in his Wagon when three villains suddenly sprang from the Side of the Road seized his horse and Drew him out demanding his Money. One of them was armed with a Musket and the others had pistols. Their desperation and language satisfied or. Flanagan that his life was in danger and after a few words he pulled out his pocket Book which contained $80, and was in the act of handing it to them when one tied with a few Days ago now be sufficient or be accepted. The states general May propose just what they please and discuss and setties but All Trio in discussions will be useless. Belgium has settled the question for herself and three millions and a half of people have decided Abr themselves that they will be free. After the Lase and Treach Erous conduct of the King and princes in attacking Brussels i ending a truce and after the violation of All the right of men and nations by the dutch govt mtg a Cut in manii ing against the capital of Belgium at fhe very moment when the belgian deputies were at the Hague discussing the question of an administrative and legislative separation All attempts at persuading the belgians to have Confidence in the King and House of Orange will Lye totally useless. The fact of the belgian deputies being at the Hague will make no sort of difference. If they Are kept As prisoners or hostages by the dutch so much the worse but it will make no difference in the decision of the belgians. As to Ghent and Antwerp though there Are some merchants and ship owners who carry on a Trade with Holland which they Are a fraid of Lomg by tie separation of the two countries and though these men will undoubtedly regret the result of this revolution yet the population in Masse will ii enthusiastic in the cause of Liberty and Independence so s x n As it shall be known that Belgium is entirely a. The belgian peasants who As you know arc not As in England Only the labourers but Are the cultivators and formers of our country Are roused to a Man in favour of the cause of Liberty. I saw hundreds of carts Laden Ith wheat potatoes and flour proceeding to Brussels for the purpose of supplying the capital with All necessaries and for the purpose of aiding it in defending itself against the dutch troops. 1 spoke to a great Many of the peasants who were pack ending with tie wag ims and i asked them How they proposed Slung their produce at Brussels in times he these i received but one rely trom All which was that they had not thought about the question of payment and their object was to Aid their Brethren in regaining Liberty and Independence. The population of Flanders with Luxemburg is in Gross numbers three millions and a half and of Holland in Gross numbers two millions and a half if Holland fights against Belgium Holland will be beaten for the belgians Are quite As Good soldiers and have quite As Good generals As the dutch. Plete confide nce in the people and will honestly arid heartily act with them. Before Prince Frederick attacked Brussels some of the higher and even middling classes were attached to the House of Orange and thought that a legislative amp administrative separation from Holland was All that was necessary but now there is not a Fleming to be found in Brussels or in Belgium who would not spend his last Florin and shed his. Best blood in the cause of National Independence. The King of Holland is not and never can be again the King of Belgium. Quot what must then become of Belgium can she be United to Prussia decidedly not. The belgians certainly dislike the dutch very Ucli indeed and since 1815 that dislike has daily increased but this hatred is nothing to that which is Felt for the prussians. Ask a Fleming whether his country shall be joined to Prussia and he will Point you to his children his wife and House and say i would prefer to see All my property Desti oyed and my wife and children destroyed before my eyes than to die leaving them the subjects of prussian domination. The Flemings of this generation particularly Are bom with this dislike. If a belgians for a re Union with this country. But what will Prussia say to this neighbouring Republic of the Rte and a half millions of people How will the King of that country be disposed to View so Liberal a confederation Belgium neither knows nor cares. If Prussia shall attempt a movement against the belgians she will pay dearly for it and the Best army she can Send into the Field will be massacred to the last Man. And what will England say to this neighbouring Republic of three Atid a half millions How will the Duke of Wellington be disposed to View so Liberal a confederation let us Hope that England will not attempt to crush the cause of Liberty first because in would be unjust Quot second because it would be unkind and ungenerous turd because it would be impolite and fourth because it would be unsuccessful. Belgium Avila be free and even England great and powerful As she is cannot i event it. What will become of Belgium let Brit Quot ish Honor sense Justice and reason decide the question. Let England consent to Bel Gium being re United to France. This step is necessary to Settle the questions to pre vent War to secure repose and to bind belgian wishes to describe any thing Meany closer together France and England tie or and More miserable More dirty and i Quot Quot y countries in Europe Whilliam More odious than any thing else in the world he will compare it to or to something prussian. This is not to be wondered at. The prussian Imily in 1815 conducted itself so badly in our country ravaged our property and insulted so Quot often our persons and religion that in Belgium they in. Quot u j r j Are looked upon As Savages and hated As called for and such. In addition to this get is a Iother Quot Tinct blessed with Liberal institutions and Wlinich. Are advancing in civilization. Your obedient servant o. P. Q. Crel Irtoli and debtor. We Reque fitly have before our eyes to lib distress of Aji Init provident or unfortunate most important. The Small portion of lib a a a a. Erty in eyed in Prussia depends upon thels indignation without much wiil of one Man the Liing the resent % f Job a to to so i dior who afflicts Hun. Be do not Stop with him and by the Efio it of tie same feel King is not for a whig a bad Man but his successor May be a great scoundrel in 1814, the King of Prussia promised to give a Constitution to his people but he has never kept his word and never wiil till he is forced to do so. Consequently the institutions of Prussia though less despotic than those of Austria Are still very arbitrary and above All the doctrines of divine Rig lit and passive Quot obedience Are inculcated in the prussian states. There is besides this great objection another of Paramount importance namely the difference of religion. It is no use to attempt to convert the amp Gians to the protestant Faith nor to convert the prussians to the Catholic religion. It is a great pity that the question of religion still divides Mankind to such an extent but still being so it would be useless to expect that a Catholic population could be satisfied with a protestant icing court and protestant religion of state. It is on the whole quite Clear that Belgium cannot be United to Prussia. Quot what then must become of Belgium she must either unite to France or form a separate Republic. If England and Prussia Austria and Russia would consent to Belgium being United to France there would be no necessity for France to Send troops or to make proposals or terms for Belgium would require none of these but the people would with transports of Joy place the colors of Liberty on every Church and every fort from one end of the country to the other. But the belgians understand pretty generally that this is at present a Remote measure. They have Learned through m. Potter and others Quot who have been expressly to Paris for the purpose of sounding the French government that for the present France cannot interfere in the question and that though she much desires a Union yet at this moment she must decline so important an accession to her territory rather than endanger the peace of Euronie. It is thoroughly understood however in Belgium that if Prussia shall interfere in this important question that Witlin Twenty four hours afterwards French troops shall March to the Relief of Quot the Belgi ims whatever May be the probable consequence of such a step. Quot what then must become of Belgium there Are two parties the French party and the Republican party in Belgium. The French party is very numerous embracing five sixths of the population at least and the Republican party is the other sixth. Today the French party has agreed to join with the Republican party and to establish a Republic. Baron secs a Wise and moderate Man will very probably be appoint 6. Agitations Are reported in Russia. 7 Italy is filled with a spirit of insurrection a Quot not hed Quot it from his or rate acid jumped into his and the great military Force of Austria will 1 agon. The others followed and they instant. A a.1 furious rate. Or. F., thinks he has seen the villains before As they appear hardly keep it Down. 8. Spain is gathering the elements of revolution and a deposition of the King must be calculated on. 9. Portugal is reported As having commenced tie work of reformation and it is even stated that the usurper had fled from his capital. 10. Turkey is a grand theatre of massacre and civil War but the greeks yet had peace. 11. Great Britain remains unmoved but is in an exceedingly difficult condition her re to irises for War Are mighty a but her statesmen will preserve peace if they can. 12. France regenerated stands nearly at the head of nations. Her Power is immense. She May to said to have settled Down under her new Constitution and King and All her people beginning to feel that they have an integral interest in the Prosperity and glory of their nation will act As by a common impulse for the common Good 13. There has also been an amp ther revolution in Colombia a severe and bloody Battles had de to know him. Nothing As yet has been heard of them or of the horse and Wagon. Jav. Y. Jour. Com. The tri Colour. Many inquiries have been made of late As to the True orig i of the tri coloured Flag and to what it is emblematic al. We find the following explanation in a paper before us a before the revolution the City of Paris had colours of its own red and blues the White being the Colour of the King and his army. After the taking of the Bastile the armed Bourge Osof the City having taken the name of the National guard it added tie White to the tvo previous colours of Paris for the purpose of indicating that the King Wys no longer a separate estate and that Stop to inquire of the Benoit which the debtor received under perhaps As great or a greater tres Suruj Ironi the Uso of the Money he is Tiow required to return according to Liis contract we do not ask Liat evils m Ere a a sorted from him by the loan nor what Chance it afforded him to escape from ruin and , Althou ii in has not been sue yes soul perhaps by his own fault and mis management. We see Only his present suffering and the immediate cause of it and too readily Jojin in a clamor and cruelty when there is no other ground for it than that a creditor seeks to obtain by Law iii Means what is lawfully his own. Ther is in every Community and i think particularly in ours a strange and Maria a sensibility for every rogue who comes under the lash of the Law however atrocious his crimes and for every debtor however fraudulent who is pressed for the performance of his in Mises. The ingenuity of the prese it time is exerted to prevent murderers and robbers irom being made too uncomfortable and to encourage debtors in a total and reckless disc Ard of their most sacred duties and engagements. A creditor who is pre serving Only his just rights by Legal Means who endeavours to enforce the payment of a just debt by the Only and Ordinary process of the Law is covered with reproaches by men who while they insist that he should give up his whole demand would not contribute one Hundredth part of it to relieve the debtor from his distress. But pathetic censures and sen Simental pity Are the cheapest coins of humanity they rather enrich than impoverish the donor and Are therefore profusely bestowed with but Little regard for tie Justice of the of Law. Lane Seminary. It affords us the most sincere satisfaction to Forni our readers that the pros acts of Liis institution were never More flattering than at present. Through the exertions $ the Rev. Y. Vail who is now acting a the temporary agent of the institution in the Eastern states a professorship of $ 20,000 has been obtained and die most sanguine expectations Are cherished that two outlier professorships each amounting to the same sum will soon be secured. The professor slip already secured was Given by a benevolent individual in the City of new York on condition that one of the first men in the country should lie appointed professor of to Nieolo by and that two other should l e obtained in the East and from 10 to $�?�20,000 raised at the West for buildings. Aller due consultation hotly in a a it Stoa and elsewhere tie Board of Lane Seminary the Strong places in Belgium have Ere this with the exception of Antwerp fallen unto the hands of the patriots and in order to regain Possession of these Holland must Send an army she cannot raised and incur an expense which she has not the Means of paying. But besides this not Only must Holland conquer but she must also hold Possession of what she has conquered. This is supposing a Conquest possible. Thus two and a half millions of people Are to conquer a country with three and a half millions even though the three and a half millions Are to unanimous and enthusiastic a the cause of Liberty. I he belgians Are unanimous to Day. Before Prince Frederick attempted the Conquest of Brussels with an armed Force the Bourgeois feared the lower orders but now after tiie probity and Temperance manifested Deruig the siege by the lower order. Twi is Ourgeois have now the Haopt corned the first president of the belgian con unanimously appointed or. Lye a federation and a nation of three and a half i a i Chen of Boston president and profess millions of republicans will be i i Educ and didactic theology m in the Centre of Europe. If this plan be not palatable to the great Powers of the continent and if they Shoi ild attempt any resistance to the National will the end will be that France will take Possession of Belgium amidst the shouts and congratulations of the whole population. If on the other hand the plan of a Republic though disapproved be not actually opposed Why Belgium will remain a Republic for a few years till some change occurs and depend upon it that the end in All cases must be sooner or later a Pinion with this much for my informant i pledge myself for the accuracy of my statement of the substance of our conversation. I pledge myself that i did not even Tell him what opinion i entertained respecting the reunion of Belgium with France. I neither told him that i thought it was a desirable or a probable measure. I heard All he had to say and merely put such questions As Wei is necessary for the purpose of keeping Alii to the conversation till Midnight. The object of my Init rant s visit to Palfe at this mom 2nt, i know not but i rather think that he wishes to excite in France the same anxiety an angst the frenchmen that is Felt by that i that institution. We understand Liat there is Good reason to expect that or. Beecher will accept of this appointment and soon enter upon the duties of his journal. One or two incidents of the Celebration at Washington Are worthy of particular Menti Tion. Gen. Bernard who at the request of the French residents marched at their healt a bore the venerable Standard whih was presented forty years ago from the French National convention by the hands of tie minister Fouchet to the american government on the reception of which president Washington made his celebrated speech complimentary of the French people. The Standard has been carefully kept in the War office and is in Gootel preservation though somewhat faded. The other incident was hearing at inter Vals during the procession and As a i elude. To the oration the martial notes of the trumpet which accompanied the Flag of truce that went in to receive the capitulation of tha Marquis Cornwallis at Yorktown blown too by tie same Veteran who by re the inst in ment on that inter Ting

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