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EMIGRATION.—ILLINOIS TERRITORY.

EMIGRATION.—ILLINOIS TERRITORY.

is generally ackiow- ledgedthat the state of Illinois possesses the greatest agri-' Lcultural advantages of any in America. My so01, who has been through ali the different States, has made choice-of Illinois for our settlement; and I have no hesitation
April 17, 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
~to St. Louis ... I St. Louis to Alton, Illinois ® to Quincy. ••• ' ’ ... to Burlington, lowa

~to St. Louis ... I St. Louis to Alton, Illinois ® to Quincy. ••• ' ’ ... to Burlington, lowa

to Alton, Illinois ® to Quincy. ••• ' ’ ... to Burlington, lowa ... 252 Yellow Bant, Illinois ... ® ... to New Boston, ... ... to lowa City. ... 3'7 » ® to Kockport, ... 327 ®}* ... to Glintivedio, lowa ... 326 ’J f ... to Stesenson, Illinois .. 336 ’
February 17, 1845 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
afforded for extraneous dammed. Dories the year 1848, migratioe to the states Indians, Miehig in, Wisensie, Illinois, Sanborn Misiostri, and

afforded for extraneous dammed. Dories the year 1848, migratioe to the states Indians, Miehig in, Wisensie, Illinois, Sanborn Misiostri, and

afforded for extraneous dammed. Dories the year 1848, migratioe to the states Indians, Miehig in, Wisensie, Illinois, Sanborn Misiostri, and lon. increased eioesiderably ewer farmer yens, large as it had been for some time, sad the majority of the new
April 2, 1847 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR THE CORK EXAMINER. Elgin, State of Illinois, 12th June, 1844. Dear Sir—As the tide of Immigration, which

TO THE EDITOR THE CORK EXAMINER. Elgin, State of Illinois, 12th June, 1844. Dear Sir—As the tide of Immigration, which

TO THE EDITOR THE CORK EXAMINER. Elgin, State of Illinois, 12th June, 1844. Dear Sir—As the tide of Immigration, which during the past year or iwo had sensibly lessened, has again set in with somewhat increasing strength, I venture to trouble you with
July 29, 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A Sufficient Lxcuse. —An editorip. Illinois excuses himself for delav, publishing a paper, i the ground that ague had shaken

A Sufficient Lxcuse. —An editorip. Illinois excuses himself for delav, publishing a paper, i the ground that ague had shaken

A Sufficient Lxcuse. —An editorip. Illinois excuses himself for delav, publishing a paper, i the ground that ague had shaken all teeth loose, compelled him use both hands to hold his trousers on. A Rash Vow.—At the Hastings quarter sessions, Monday last
November 12, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
An Illinois Wedding. —' Will you have this woman to be your wedded wife ?' said a magistrate who was

An Illinois Wedding. —' Will you have this woman to be your wedded wife ?' said a magistrate who was

An Illinois Wedding. —' Will you have this woman to be your wedded wife ?' said a magistrate who was placing the indissolute knot of matrimony on couple who were mutually attached to each other. ' Wall, I swar, 'squire,' said the groom, a wolfish-looking
September 3, 1845 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Anecdote or a Sxntimkxtal Sao aw.—ln tha Illinois, lately, a young Indian fair or brawn one, of some distinction in

Anecdote or a Sxntimkxtal Sao aw.—ln tha Illinois, lately, a young Indian fair or brawn one, of some distinction in

Anecdote or a Sxntimkxtal Sao aw.—ln tha Illinois, lately, a young Indian fair or brawn one, of some distinction in the woods, made her complaint to an old chief the faithlessness of her betrothed. The squaw asserted that she had no sooner made up her
April 14, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
been informed from . thentic, th«t among the prisoner* taken Preseot. of the Governor Illinois end the Cnited State, in

been informed from . thentic, th«t among the prisoner* taken Preseot. of the Governor Illinois end the Cnited State, in

been informed from . thentic, th«t among the prisoner* taken Preseot. of the Governor Illinois end the Cnited State, in coomiend Saekett. * * r Governor of underaUnd. erod'd over .ton and made demand the part of the United * fOTbhUon. Even dghlofhimwaa
January 18, 1839 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING. THE WESTERN STATES AMERICA: "IMMIGRANTS intending to proceed to Louisiana, Arkansa, lowa, Missouri, , Dubuque, Wiscousin, Illinois, Ohio, Virginia,

SHIPPING. THE WESTERN STATES AMERICA: "IMMIGRANTS intending to proceed to Louisiana, Arkansa, lowa, Missouri, , Dubuque, Wiscousin, Illinois, Ohio, Virginia,

THE WESTERN STATES AMERICA: "IMMIGRANTS intending to proceed to Louisiana, Arkansa, lowa, Missouri, , Dubuque, Wiscousin, Illinois, Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky, Tenessee, &c, are informed that the cheapest and most direct route is by new Orleans, the Travelling
September 9, 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING. for new orleansl .rx fo TEXAS, and the direr-t 10ute FLORIDA, TENNESSEE, KENVJJJ? TUCKEY. VIRGINIA. OHIO, ILLINOIS MISSOURI, and

SHIPPING. for new orleansl .rx fo TEXAS, and the direr-t 10ute FLORIDA, TENNESSEE, KENVJJJ? TUCKEY. VIRGINIA. OHIO, ILLINOIS MISSOURI, and

SHIPPING. for new orleansl .rx fo TEXAS, and the direr-t 10ute FLORIDA, TENNESSEE, KENVJJJ? TUCKEY. VIRGINIA. OHIO, ILLINOIS MISSOURI, and ARKANSAS, The American* Parket Ships " ONDIAKA," Capt. Gliddon, 11.50 Tons, 18th Oct. " ESPANDOL A." Capt. Popham
October 23, 1843 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland