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t l e m a n , a- and control lie and after rela- the reward n o t h i n g In a few l l indicate The Pres- Mr. Woodbury care to do sentiments of the absent They t h o u t per be improperly that the recovery Marshall t i o n Iras been a dis- President and his secret of the Judiciary that the seriously other questions agitated effect. of the Cons the views and Magistrate to the success They two of m e n t of a third opinions, bring these The Territory in Dispute. The d i s p u t e d territory about Michigan and Ohio arc so fiercely contending, contending, comprises a tract 70 miles long from cast to west, and about 11 miles wide ut its eastern extremity, and 7 at it western. It commando the entrance oi the great Maumee river, or Miami of the Lake. There are two villages on it, boil in the eastern part, viz : Toledo, containing containing 70 or 80 houses, (all b u i l t w two years.) and another about 8 miles west of Toledo, m u c h smaller. Toledo is on the n o r t h side of the Maumee G miles from its m o u t h , and is to be o w n e d p r i n c i p a l l y lion of mercantile gentlemen in the c\iy of New York. It is in the t o w n s h Port Lawrence, and is located where the name appears on the maps. Large quantities quantities ol land in t h a t t o w n s h i chased a few years ago from G o v e r iu the belief that a canal would shortl; be made from Lake Erie, by the Maume River to the Wabash, a work to wind Ohio, it is said, has given her pledge, and w h i c h is now in progress in na. It is feared that il M i c h i g a n this territory, the canal will not be made as that portion only of her citizens wh l i v e within the territory would be bene fitted ; and hence their desire to be attach ed to Ohio, to w h i c h State, the would be a source of boundless prosperity. prosperity. Frin. nd October, exists amount the but their from export Natural Philosophy.--In illustration about sixly In that and tea. Supposing-what supposition-that twice ago, has

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  1. The Adams Sentinel,
  2. 15 Jun 1835, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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