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Crowt v. Alcohol.—Colonel B. of Illinois has one of the best farms on the Illinois river. About c hundred acres

Crowt v. Alcohol.—Colonel B. of Illinois has one of the best farms on the Illinois river. About c hundred acres

Crowt v. Alcohol.—Colonel B. of Illinois has one of the best farms on the Illinois river. About c hundred acres of it are now covered with waving corn. When it came up in the spring, the crows seemed determined on its entire destruction. The colonel resolved
December 28, 1843 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.

THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.

THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. E M 1 O R A T lON. NO. X. The province of Illinois has been one of the most favourite j resorts of English settlers in the United States for many | years past. AH travellers are agreed as to the local beauty, j fertility, climate
October 28, 1848 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ILLINOIS STATE BONDS,

ILLINOIS STATE BONDS,

ILLINOIS STATE BONDS, The following letter from Messrs. Baring Brothers, and ">., of London, to Colonel Oakley, one of the Illinois -anal Commissioners, has been published in the New York papers. A. it contains information of decided general interest
November 27, 1844 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
INTERESTING LETTER FROM ILLINOIS, UNITED STJTES.

INTERESTING LETTER FROM ILLINOIS, UNITED STJTES.

INTERESTING LETTER FROM ILLINOIS, UNITED STJTES. Near Silver Creek, Pecatonic River, Stephenson County, Illinois, October 6, 1842. Mr. John Davis and others, Nottingham. Dear Friends, —Three of us have now been in this country for five mouths, and the
January 13, 1843 - Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
EMIGRATION TO THE ILLINOIS.

EMIGRATION TO THE ILLINOIS.

EMIGRATION TO THE ILLINOIS. TO TIlE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. GENTLE.ErE ?? you think these lines contain interest e sufficiently general t, occupy a place in your widely circulatedl and vnue. ble paper, your corresponrrdenst witl be obliged. In a
February 14, 1835 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
STA TE OF ILLINOIS,

STA TE OF ILLINOIS,

nearly the whole space in which it washes the shores of Illinois, affords some months more of navigation than it offers to the states nearer to its sources. The Wabash on the east, and the Illinois river in the centre, can either of them, but more especially
January 13, 1841 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
_" _BiftKUECK AND _FLOWER'S SETTLEM BNTa _IN ILLINOIS . _The _folliiwias _account of _these settlements is from a work nut

_" _BiftKUECK AND _FLOWER'S SETTLEM BNTa _IN ILLINOIS . _The _folliiwias _account of _these settlements is from a work nut

languages . He , only a few days since , returned from a tour through _Illinois , by . way of Kascasky , where he was-chosen _President of the agricultural society , of _Illinois , one grand object of which will be , _to'rid _the state of stagnant waters
September 3, 1823 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
KIDNAPPING IN ILLINOIS.

KIDNAPPING IN ILLINOIS.

KIDNAPPING IN ILLINOIS. Now that public sentiment has driven slavery's human bloodhounds from almost every Northern State and community, Illinois seems to bo their great hunting ground and favourite resort, as that State still affords them great facilities
September 6, 1849 - Christian News - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LCTTI ' . RS from _Illinois _, l ) y Moimis _liiiiKBECK _, p . _II' } . Mr Uiikbeck

LCTTI ' . RS from _Illinois _, l ) y Moimis _liiiiKBECK _, p . _II' } . Mr Uiikbeck

LCTTI ' . RS from _Illinois _, l ) y Moimis _liiiiKBECK _, p . _II' } . Mr Uiikbeck _is _advantageously _known to tlie _public _liy his " _N'ltes on _France , " and his " _Notes _on _America , " two works ol ' small _pretensions _, but wliicli _display
August 1, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ILLINOIS

ILLINOIS

Spkixcfif.i.d, July 24. —We learn from Mr. Sample, of Pekin, who left the army the 27th instant, that Colonel Dunn was unfortunately shot the morning previous by a sentinel, while his way as officer of the guard to relieve him. appears that when
September 25, 1832 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England