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Indianapolis Indiana State Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1829, Indianapolis, Indiana\ Iohani state i m u series void i. Of. 3. Imp in Apia writ Ursoy november 5 1829. By Al to la Orty by the Fri Trident or Mil United states. I or. In i a get i Quot i am Ilow .1 at h % in i be of tin i titled states it Iii in rely tact hire uni make to Public ski Quot Al he wild Ai 1 i . A s Jeh kill Orvllle uld n but state of in Una i in after designated Fer the ii a 1 not it i i a Quot re Sites prior to tin by under the provisions is tin Flie Relief to in Tif Nim a lands am lot i it to a tin Delta due to Fin i a in n chasers of Public l.iml.-,i \ of july. 10�, which Inri to it i a is i to Titi it i i i it Irish tint to of Iima Iii in la on in Flie Atli Day of april .1 a a let making further r the Salt. Of the Cuhlic i True times and i tees there a to to Public Sale ill lands Al in the wrong and of Giro t to r pro visions t f Flie act old 1 on the fecund Dav a a tied in a it t Fern lie Rol a f a a of Public land prior to f july ln-2f�r and the act thereto in sad on the a a oth j 22, my third in of March i a or not it d to the i mod a f in tithe terms of such to -. 11. In ii Spie Neof Uon it Hymen a a leg 1 period. V a a me times and place of. A i up Mil to Sale 11 land a mfr Arird. Or which prior 0 h a de Manj Frt it to the Lilily the provisions it f i e fifth a a a on of the act of con the tenth d of May 1mm�, in it to it Mondt lie act entitled a i no for the Leo the lands Oft lie. In die territory Northwest of ii 1 a a a a the month of the Ken be ibid which have not heretofore o .1 to Public see agreeably to in of the act of the �?~�4th Day a in. Dave Nih Itol to wit a i. Rid it mint in Fer Sonville if Yutt Utlay of i it a i and it it r next id it Huici t Vincennes on tin rid it to i it Ert Yjih t next. Deio lie kit open for six Days. To to and i my hand it the in Ify i Vav a Hing on. Tins thirtieth Day of september. V let. No it Kew jacks it a. Presiden a kor of in a i am f in uni Finner of the general i. Iid of free. It of tin traits folic sold under t Ion. Can a a Chad in application Ive 1 ital office Wholf no. 370. Vhf shh or. I Quot Iii the ,1 nah Ltd sept. N . He came a com the min at Dawn Pon a a Huubert tii world t corruption at i nod a a tone in he Tynt Banner furled 1 Hrom Trembl d at his giant to add Row a fell around i feet and a Houk the tin dead i Eagle Galice to meet. I came a it a i \ w Horn men might Corn a vim ii taint to to i i hut 1 Europe us to r Pernudi Thorn Beltri i pre enee pm a i aral Kin and Tinq ii a it it a faded far la Ira Dow from i name a fade the l Imti to Ilver a tar in had the unn<4 Dame. If we tit Auiona tin Battle around. It tronc y. A invincible Tif death to Enemia a around i caution Tony we re Lull Quot Ith a rpm in Ranchi t rum Ere i a dead in fit la wait no in ii foe from fear a from opposing Man. An i land i a4ee>inc a him it int in it re a it it it Reitti. An Inland in n Torix a a ii i wot him f o k a Ain ii a am on Hartfi a a to a tuned Stern. And hard to a he denied i m Are a and lir Ltd not a -1�� overturn and a on the Graut a lied. J. T. 1. Ril \ inks. I. To con con a w h to Ira Hae it hrs it it i will give m a a change a a 1 in or of Tal a rmes that my a f Vita i Forks a i a live re at the f it or. I m a w. Smith. Ivy0�d.�\c. Fur any Quan 1 it t i \ is. 5, to. 2-3t. A f Conniff 6c Harrison Futi Juri a a Jiuu by Hail of Corn t by will ,.v 1 t cent per Bubel j a 1 or Ltd at i Huma a Ohrin on i of Inilisi Pilu. A i by. 34t. A Marion county Bible society. Do a to in null meeting of this society i w it tin it Ouirt Leloux in Indi. On it , that 7 la a Lay a it i nov ind of like i m. At which time a it in i a a i ili numbers of the or l i our jew citizen a a Reton sted a Tuu. Rum u Nica lion will be made r Itwari Tryr. And . Expected. By Ord r of the Board. J. M. A Lite. Sec. 31, Vovos tvo Liec. R a i a c Oue it to a of the thai m a a a 1 a \ it venue for Irani Loii county Quot i t o i a pro a a Al to h 11 at Titi Tiu the own , in Aid j i a it ii the. I i Ond monday i november let a Gutzi which the taxes arc not Ai l a us re a ibo a id Ian a. Sale to commence 1 k a Mand co Lii be from Day a Are mild. I 11 l it Wise c. H c. Tort Jtb tt9. Z state or Indiana Colm f ii it u up by Samuel f held a of l in on rown Ftp cd Oun a. Fat and late Afore had on the �?T�1 Day of be member in b 1 Brown Mare right bind foot t while two uld lat a or Jug 1�?T dollars he one other Brownd Hoth hid la a i White a a mall. 1 i a 1 raised to file Dollar by May Al Djuna than b it Andi re before k t t a juice us the eare of a ,. A t Daul be Ceniu a 1b28 it let when Ltd j. P. Krom the Western monthly review yet of k of Bryants station i know Ltd to tin Jice nearer than Thea Lin t s of Tiiu a put of the re Tacky to in1 ins where tin Efu Jenofa 4, is now new a is Ify. I he i at one in the Vve will s in have my Iii id my Lii or not a the lexicon i 1 e the Only deems a ories of the Lai owl Tolge what tiie term in a a or Of tin million leaders in the i. S it a pro i. Ably t i Irge allowance tint hot did of the first std leis of the ves. Or As we r 11 them �?~��1�1 have a instinct idea in alien minds of the a rid intent of the establishment. He Een in a Nulk a that Wen erected on our Lort Liws Stern and Sou the n Fri a tiers Dor i o a or Lut War with tin it Brit inn. I will e �.�r to Transfer to my readers tin <1.--finct picture which was thus impress a a Pon my Ltd we mind. The Tir to int that fixed tin in Ive Iti the Lair t ill \ of kit tit Tik my re a Vinci dec. Came in con Paitie it 1 Sot in a tie. A Hundred a in Thor. Friends. Connexions old and Tousig. daughter a a ire and infant tin Hout. Dog and dome tic animal. 11 set Forth on the Pat Rachal Wilder a a a a trooping As on a frolic. No i i Apt Ion of the tend r Natal and moral tie no revulsion of the recipe cities of kindness Lri and hip and love Tostik place. The Cement and the panoply of reciprocal at Lection Ai d Good will w As in to air hearts and 011 their breast a they came Over the mountains to the Quot id Domain of the red men and the wild howler of the desert. Like the gregarious tribes and the Vernal a migration of the sea Low i to the inferior lakes they brought All their charities their True Home with the ii. Their s a eol isolation cemented these kindly feelings. It has been iou Iid that the current of human affections flows More full and Strong in proportion a it is Les divided and diverted into numerous channels. Prius Community coming to Survey new aspects of a nature measured Only by tin imagination new danger a new world and in some sense .1 my existence were bound to each other a a sacrament As old As the human heart. I have a Hundred times heard the remains of this rare of the Golden age deplore the distance and coldness of the measured jealous and proud Intercourse of the present generation in comparison of the Simp kindness he rank and Domestic relations of those primeval Days reminding me of the aligning accounts of the Mutual love of christians in the Early period of the Church. When the social hand had planted their feet on the Virgin soil the first object was to fix on a spot Central to one of the most extensive Upland allusion in gentle swell and Declivity where Pawpaw Cane a and wild Clover Mark 1 exuberant Fertility and where the Woods were so open that the Hunter could ride in any direction at Hall Speed. The cure of party feuds and political asperity had not yet smitten the soil with sterility and it yielded almost without our cultivation than planting from eighty to a Hundred bushels of Maize to the arte and All other desirable Produn to it in proportion. Gann sgt abundant that two Hunters would often kill enough in two Day to last a Slat ton of a Hundred souls a month and these Robu urns Young swains and damsels were not of your Rice cake and wafer eaters neither. They walked played danced hunted and loved in strength and gladness and their consumption of tender Venison was in proportion. The next thing alter finding the Central Point of this Hunter s Paradise was to build a station which now remains to be de cried. It was desirable that it should be near a flush Limestone Spring and Ifa Salt lick and Prodigios sugar Maple Orchard were i 1< Etc m hand of much the i lie next preliminary step was to a h to a considerable area to As that nothing should he left to screen an enemy from View and a hot. If a Pringi null he enclosed or a Good Well dug in he enclosure they were considered important elements Mitas an Indian siege a Idoni extended beyond one or two Days and a enough m lat through the emergency could always a stored in a re Revoir it Wadi emed still More important that the position should he on a i ing ground. Is mud h us to ibo overlooking the adjoining Forest. The form was a perfect parallelogram including from it Hall to a full a acre. A Trench via then dug Lour or live feet deep and Continuo a pickets planted 111 its a Ato forma compact Wall to nor twelve feet above the ground. The pick to Ere of hard and durable Timber nearly a toot in diameter and formed n ramp it beyond the Power Oman to leap or overthrow by the to Rei e of individual and unpaid 1 physical Power. At the angles were mall project Ting pares of till stronger material and planting Techt Nally a ailed flankers with oblique Porf Holo that the Sentinel within could Rake the external front of the station with out. Two folding Gates front and rear. Winging on prodigious Wood lunges gave Ingis and egret to the. Men and Tennis in time Al Eui 1 \. A other times a Truty Sentinel on lit Root of no Interior building a station a d Oas to lie Able to tie Sci at a did a a every sup Ion of Jet 1. Tin Gate were Alvay term la Haro d a night and Sentinel through it ill it Waiche relieve d a a h other 111 turn. Nothing Tan he image a 1 mor Eile 1 it in Lor it Pui Poe than this Imph it Onti vat a a a in the Lii a get to till at Ion. I Rue the Wall a Ltd uld not have log Al a gun t the battering ram of a a 11i01-or the Hall of a a a mind a. I i they were proof against Indian to Ngigi and Pati ii it and Rill hot. Tie or i i expedient was to undermine them m i Troy them with tire and tin could not he a ill done without expo ing the m to the Rifle of the flanker. Of our a there Are of a recorded a fat Ltd where they were taken. A n kill fully and resolutely a heir regular form in the Cental w 1 Idem a their a Pectol to curits Ocial City a no rendered the m delightful objects to an Emigrant who had come two Hundred h Agues wit Liou seeing a human habitation. Around the Interior of these Walls the Huil dings of the Little Community tire be with a Central clean Esplanade Lor dancing and wrestling and the other Amu i ments of the Olden Days. It is questionable if heartier and happier eating Ted sleeping wrestling and dancing loing and marry my tall to the lot of their de Send ants who ride in coaches and dwell in pacious mansions. Y Chi on and w if i turkeys suet potatoes and pies Moa kid 011 the t Jar and per in it a and Maple Beer quailed As Well at least for health As Madeira or nectar. The Community spent their merry evenings together anti while the tire blazed Bright within tin Little and secure Square the far How i of wolves or even tin solitary War whoop of an Indian funded in the ear of the Happy and Lei Kless i dwellers like the driving torm pouring on the sheltering rot 1 Ahova the head of the traveller safely nestled 111 his Chan and quiet bed that 1-, brought the contrast Osco Nilorta and see Iilva in More Home Lel emphasis to the bosom. Such a station was Bryant s in 1782. Ii w As the nucleus of the settlements of that delightful and Rich country of which Lexington in the present Centre. There were at this time but two other North of the Kentucky River. It was More open to attack than any other in the country. The Miami on the North and the lit King on the South of tin Ohio were Long canals which led from the Northern hive of the Savages Between the lakes and the Ohio directly to it. In the summer of this year a grand assemblage convened at t Liili Cote. The cherokees Wyandot tutus Wottowa Tomies and most of the tribes bordering on the lakes were represented in it. Besides their 1 Suek and some canadians they were aide a by the councils of the Girths Ted my Kee 1-.tugado Whites. 1 have a made diligent enquiry touching the biography of these men particular a Simon Girty a wretch who a name is Al More notoriety in the instigation of the wars and massacres of these radian than any other in our records. No tortured captive escaped from them in these times who could not Tell the Hare which Simon Girty had in his Sutler Ings no burnings and murders in which he As isted not either i thai presence or i councils i have gained no specific information except that hey were supposed to be refugees irom Pennsylvania. They added the calculating and combining Powers of die Whites to the instinctive cunning and ferocity of the Savage. Thev had thir warlike propensities without their magnanimity and their appetite Lor blood without their Active or up to encourage. They had the bad properties of the Whites and indians in mixed with the Good of either. The 1 in Iii of the indians had Omo show of Pallia Ting circumstances. But their was gratuitous or cold blooded my without i Ihle motive. Yet Simon Girty like the people among Ivy m lie dwelt sometimes took the in akol kindness no reason could he signed wherefore and once or twice an unhappy ii Tim from being roasted alive. This Renegado lived 111 plenty Ltd d linked in pipe and drank Oil ins who Kev in i log Palace. A on United by the indians a an Oracle. He a seen Clad in a ruffled Hirt a Idun i coat pantaloons and Garter to Elt cd with pistol and Dirk and wore a watch w Ith an enormous length 01 Chain and of ornament All. Probably ibo it a it Ilot a nun a and Alie had a Trong at Eton of Wisdom there 1 1 o doubt hut in the a he would have worn Green Pectal -. A habited he Volt lied in the View of the unlit i Indian captive like the pea Ltd cd Reading his morning damage. Riziere i a Little doubt that those saved Quot a his Iii expo Ilion were spared tha he might have White admirer and display tit them ins grandeur and tin vent of i influence among the lilt i a 1 lie great a Emil age to which i i or a rred gather a round til a Home a Buzon Iirth for counsel a int Hing the a Poi a. Which it was expel Quot i t to it a ail. He painted to them Hetle it Olther find of Cane Clover. A Leer Aid hit file and the fair Val lit of tin of Mutt Kee for which of much blood had been bed. He the bribed the gradual encroachment. The White and the Nece site of a de Siig manner had in pro to have been completed before repairing the Palisades and Putti a a the station in a condition of defer it e the Uigh and luxuriant Jamestown weeds near the Spring instructed these experienced Bac woodsmen that a Host of the foe lurked beneath their sheltering foliage there to await the coming Forth of the men to draw water Lor the Supply of the Garrison. Let modern wive who hesitate to follow their husbands to this place because it is deemed unhealthy or to that because it will remove them from the Cene of their accustomed plea ures hear and Prepend these Noble wives mothers daughters and sweethearts 1 dare affirm handsomer than Ever j Uno or Venus or Minerva or any of the nymphs to Hoot appeared on mount f Lympus informed the Merith it there was Little Proha Bilty that the indians would lire upon them As their game undoubtedly was the men and that if a a Ven they did Hoot Down a few of them it would in no Way diminish the resources of the Garrison. The illustrious heroines armed them elves with buckets and marched Down to the Spring spying Here and there a painted face and an Indian Hod crouching under the thick Loi fige. Whether the indians were fascinated with their Beauty or their courage does not but so it was they fired not and these i a air and generous ones came and went until the Reservoir via uffizi sent la supplied with water. I depend upon Traditi onary rather than written Doci a ments Lor the fact that a round Nuin would not dare touch them off if you her of kisses were exchanged with had them. Even if you could Hatter Down our pickets 1 or one hold your people in two much contempt to Honor a a a More Al Duei g consternation As the Garrison k new that the am in a had a cd Cannon in the attack of Ruddle a and in s stations. A me laces bleached. 1 to had been already slain the Lour wounded were groaning among them. Some of the More considerate apprised Oft he Folly of allowing such a be go Gator in such a Way to intimidate the Garrison called out to shoot the Ras a nil adding to i name the customary Kentucky epithet. Girty insisted up in promised Security As a Flag of True., while this negotiation lasted and demanded with great assumed dignity it they knew who it was who Tiiu addressed them. A spirited Young Man,�1 whom the most honorable mention 1 made in the subsequent annals of Indian warfare w a deputed to answer the renegade negotiator. Gisob i 11 was to do away the depression of the Garrison and perhaps to gain a reputation Lor Jaggery As he already had tor fighting. replied Reynolds a we in a a Vou w ii. You Are one Othoe cowardly villains who love to murder women and children Epe Cialli those of to ii own know Simon Girth yes his father want a Panther and his dam a Wolf i have a wort fess dog. That kill lambs. Instead of hooting him. I have called him Simon Girty. A a a a expected Ren Forcemeats and Cannon do you Yve expect reinforce Rne is too and m turn Hgt is to give Short reckoning to your Coward i wretches. Cannon you these heroic ladies who so nobly jeep a rid it d themselves and proved that the disinter Ted daring of affection is not a Mere poet s fiction. After Uch an example it was no ways i flip ult to procure Young Volunteer re adv to a try the Indian in the Way. As they de med they e la advanced from the station before Hundred indians fired Apon them. They retreated within the Palisade my the whole Indian Force Rose veiling and re hed upon the enclosure. I hey howl with a in re disappointed rage when they found every thing prepared Lor their reception. A Well directed to it drove them to a Tny re caution distance. Some of the More de Perate of their number however ventured on the East exposed Point of near a to he Able tto i charge burning arrows upon the roofs of the houses. Some of them were tired and Burnt. But an a Terly wind providentially a re get at the moment a d secured the enned flirt it they would Ever mass of the buildings from the it or a it regain Posen Ion it a their Rich and ight Lii Domain. He warned them it the Praseut a la r of thing Contout a. That the White would a a in leave them no Hunting ground Worth retaining and no Means of procuring rum. W Ith which to warm and cheer their desolate heart or Blanket to clothe their naked backs. Flit y were and i a d to descend the Miami Cross the Ohio ascended the liking and p i dlr their Canoe to the very contiguity of big ant tation. The speech was received with yells of Enthus astir applause. Away marched this cohort of biped wolves howling through the Forest to their Canoe on the Miami. Girth in ins ruffled Hirt and Soldier coat talked at their head silently feeding upon his own grand or. The station against which they were destined in do de fort Cabins. They arrived before it aug. 15, 1782, in the night. In i lit morning the inhabitants were warned of their presence by being fired upon a they opened their doors. I he time of their arrival was providential. In two hours most of the a flip sent males of tin station were to have marched to two other stations which were reported to have been attacked. The place would thus have been left completely defenceless. The Garri on found Means to dispatch one of their number to Lexington to announce the assault and crave Aid. Sixteen mounted men and thirty one on loot were immediately marched off to their Aid. The number of the assailants amounted to at least six Hundred. In conformity to the common modes of Indian warfare they attempted to gain the place by stratagem. The great body conceal d themselves among High weeds upon tie opposite Side of the station within pistol shot of the Spring from which it was supplied with water. With a detachment of a Hundred they commenced a false attack upon the outcast Angle with a View to draw the attention of the Garison to that Point. Thi stratagem was predicated on the belief that the inhabitants would All crowd to the Point of a Saul and leave the opposite one defence less. But Here they reckoned without their 1 it st. The people Pene t rat i their Pup use and �1 return my in fit a commenced Wii i ought ingot the and the Rem ant they could not reach with the r to mag. The enemy Lurk �1 Back to their it overt in the Weed waiting Panther hk., Lor afer game. Thev had been informed or the \ had divined it that Anil was expected from l i Leigton and they arranged an Ambuscade Pointer a ept it on its approach to the Garrison. A Hen the reinforcement consisting it it a forty six persons Carne in sight the firing had ceased. I he enemy were All invisible and they came on in reek less Confidence under the impression that they had marched Ona false alarm. A Lane opened an Avenue to the station through a thick Cornfield. This Lane was Ambuscade on either id by the indians tor a Hundred Yards. Fortunately As it was dry and mid summer the horsemen raised Uch a Cloud of dust that they us Tai cd the close tire of the indians without losing a Man or even a hours. The footmen were is fortunate. They dispersed in the Corn Field 111 Hopes to reach the Garrison unobserved. But May ses of Savages Eon Tantle increasing Between them and the station intercepted them. H ird fighting ensued and two of them were killed and four wounded. Soon after the detachment adjoined their friends and the indians were lying love in their Covert again the numerous flocks and Herd of the station came in quietly ruminating As they made their was towards their night pens. Upon these harmless animals the indians had a i molested sport and they made a Complete de traction of them a Little alter Sunset the famous Girth covertly approached the g i Ltd Tny a Uri Ted a stump where he to uld the heard by the people within and demanded a Parley arid the surrender of the place. He managed i proposal with no Small degree of Art Asig nog it imitation of the command of numerous armies that they were diet Ted by his humanity that he wish d to a pm re the Etsu Ion of human blood that in Case of a surrender he could answer for the Security of tiie prise is hut that in the event of Kimg the Garrison by torm lie could not tha t aim of Werea Crouchi. G with a rain Forcer nent in which it a a Tuey must be a Ware that the Palisades could no of Ger Avail to secure the in from the 1 numerous and incensed Loe. 11�� ii up them by discharging fire arms upon them should Vou take the trouble to ent a our tort i have been roasting a great number 01 Hickory switches with which we Man to whip you naked r tsp -1is out of me country a now you be Burnt says Simon App trently no ways edified or flattered by the reply. Affecting to deplore the of tenancy and infatuation of the g a Fri on the Man of Ruthl d shirt and Soldier coat returned and the firing it Eminence a again. The besieged gave a Good account of everyone who near enough to take a fair -h.�t. But Hel or morning the main solv marched away to the lower Bate licks where Thev obtained in a ally fatal amp Moody Triumph. Die i Dian Sand canadians Are s.,id to have exceeded 6 Hundred and the besieged numbered forty two riflemen Beto a the reinforcements. From tie u. S. Tilt Mph. Fri it Geml and the i5r levs. T he intelligencer h is re tie lev Der Lar a a Tiit the of tie two assist ties ind thrown Hie pm set it Ali. E into Chac order and by was of s st a ining the or Bon a letter Frota judge Mclean to or b Rry recommending a heir continuance in office wastes erd in Ulish Lin tha print and Isi in wit i suit Uhle comments set Forth 111 the journal. Persons at a distance unacquainted with our local politic so for we too have our local concerns cannot appreciate Moti is which Regul tithe conduct of the intelligencer. It is known that one of the e h ors of that Prini is tiie m Ivor of our Cov and that the other has for some time held a controlling influence Over its legislature. To learn and believe that those who have heretofore been charged with our City affairs have involved the corporation in a debt exceeding three Hundred thousand dollars and Ihor eare some 1 moors about Bonds liabilities and lotteries which fl-1 Hough whispered in an under tone would if mid m the open face of Day overshadow Quot t ins my ins friends. We Are not Sut Fici Entov advised on a so Points to implicate and particular individual further than All whose duty it was to have detected and \p�>9ed, or prevented the grievances of which All comply Lin Are implicated let a the facts ind consequent rumours. But it is easy to see that Thos who have lost c site with the National administration and Are quartered upon the Cuy tor a Little Brief authority will a a ficus try solicitous to Avail themselves of event incident calculated to p serve their local party unbroken. The late assistants of the p�>9� m ser it eneral have an ext Enire and Influent d co nexis in the City. Thev and their influence control two of our local Banks an largely concerned in merchandise steam tin at stages . Dec. retains Chan influence a ii Aid of those who h Ive lie Etc it fat a managed our local concerns and Eure o few speculators a Rich Harvest out f in one million loan which it seems or. Rush de in in gland is an object of two much importance to get a Glt cd by the Subtle Pond Tco it flt a intelligencer. Ilene a tint f some adulation of he a users. By its ems that or. M�1� n was of a up non the depart a Quot a i not Dos use with tins Ltd a Brad a is or. M 1 .e.111 Send if he did it a uld but welding to tie Ian in had 1 Neon so a hem the credit who vue Public have Here such thug. That Geu Uteri

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