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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 January 1836

VERMONT PHIEHIX. JX' ar BRAT T LE BORO, Yt. JANUARY 22, 1836. VERMONT l'IKENIX. iVilisticd ciory I'riday Morning, ,rrw. xicuoLs u w. n. ryther. . i. Hall's HttiMing, nearly oppotite Chaic'a , .1 To single subscribers Two Dollars a jear. ..... rccehc their tuners nt llic office. .... A UlSCOUlll iiuin mirv in iivi, ui iwi'iiiv ,..tllT II ' ' 91 ., ,mi ore paid, except nt the option of the .ir.mtc attention. jJ-pAH liwi of Jin niirt I'irtu neatly cxccul . ami mi niotlcrate tcims. mnorio""" From the Zodiac. nr fi I t. V T. R HAIR. in""- Cnffliinot furrowed o'er my cheek, Vr ik, he fat.il signet set Then why thi silver hair! Tome rot all the valued lore Thf ion of science blcses, Cinboi"' !ie thrilling eloquence Tsu tingle hair possesses. Til iuW early monitor, ThMTonih'f sv hours haie flown j One gtanrr will tell the stream is pass'd; Our foil)' Rubicon. MISCEL LAN V irVThe lolioivincr s pinicu sKetcn oi tnc w . . , .. ,. ... a .i .... ..h hprn ni ini i mvnens in irnm ini aof George Wa...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 January 1836

i ! n inii rri "iTiriTriiiTrnrn'i A DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. We copy1 fiom the Morning Post, the fol lowing description of the disgusting and heartless conduct of the individuals, who as sembled to witness the execution of Prescolt, at Ilopkinton, N U., agreeably to the. sen tence pronounced, and who were excited to indignation bordering on madness, when they received intelligence that he was re prieved. The conduct of these thousands of men und women, who it appears assem bled from all parts of the Suite, to witness this revolting scene, tho last agonies of u fellow being, is a stain upon the character of New England ; it is more it is disgrace ful to human nature. This adds another proof, to the many which have been ad duced during the past year, to show that something is radically. wrong in the systems of moral education 'pursued in this coun try : Centincl. "As tho day appointed for his execution drew near, and there being a general con viction among the intelligent p...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 January 1836

T. 1830. P'Otil OS. "h tin, neenul had SiJ would ij ilUBp ie atx larttJ slatcJ op;tl ted dil indid mil CtWi r i r.!l neilj ouml lot! skill (Hi) licp c!w: Mill Sul hiiij nj'l iiil 11 For Vermont I'hnonix. -iiAPTEH ON SIGNS. I Q ji, Democrat nys, "the Hon. Ly il l' a veteran democrat, lins been np- I j President of the Convention now sit I .iinindlicr. Vermont:" nil which is n tlriiiiMprnl ! llllLudint iln- tcrcd to the four winds of heaven. Yea, sir,1 we are nursed in the hip of liberty we are the sturdy yeomanry the fox hunters who live' nwny among the mountains whoso tops arc of such interminable height that the very eagles become dizzy in Hying over them j and no won der, sir, that our enemies should tremble when . ....... !..,. In it llin i.nllilllKlnr (leniOCriirV U I'lllnnriCP.I .if ,,!. ..,,-M.I.. I """J . 1-1 l.!.. Tl Hlil mn.nlr. t V.. ..!- .. ... I ' ii.ii, sir, every uour nnil every minute is rife with fresh acquisitions to the ranks of democracy! Already tins the aid llla...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 January 1836

MATERNAL AFFECTION. Who has not known n mother' tenderness? Through every pciiodof her nnxious life, It in the same deep holy feeling : Oh 1 There's naught of earth so pure, so hallowed. In sickness and in sorrow, I have proved How tenderly she loves, how deeply feels For llio young opening lilossom of her being. NEW ENOIiANI IWIUIHItS. I have other reasons for keeping our young men nt homo besides tho good of Now England. From my soul, I do wish wo had ten times our piesent number of fur- m . .1 I'. r .1 I mors I i on Know mo ustoryoi me last year. It is decided that in our largo cities, the mob rules, and the laws nro cobwebs. It has been decided that to horse-whip u cler gvnian in the streets, shall cost 8000, for a black man to horse-whip thu chnirmun of tho selectmen, only thirty dollars; and lor common men to destroy property und beat and kill one another, itshull cost nothing I Look forward, nnd what is before us I There is not a city in th'is land which the mob cannot rule w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 February 1836

VERMONT PH(ENIX. -1 BHATTLEBORO, Yt. FEBRUARY 5 1836. NO. 22." . n r. rm' -itllT r DMoriiEH, when will morning come 1" lit lull ! link" llcaU ' . ... , dwheii it docs, I hope 'twill ho tllnlii.itit, warm and hnght, Jp'-.y u,c for the many pangs Velclttliis weary night. 1 mother, wouhlyoii not, if rich, 1 iVcllic rector, or the squire, ar a bright candle all the n.Slit, AnJnialeanire warm lire Ijiifir kind an J checrfu glow ! liifil I SnOUlu rim iuci m uiSu I. I Unit. ISijrfry ions jTisirue you fold me to your ncart, IAdJ kiss me wneu i civ Uliftthecup unio ii) in. hn,n I complain I'm dry. Loss ray shoulders your dear arm till tenderly is prcss'd, . a - T ..... I..IIM In clrtmi fell alien i .u ! Blr the throbbing of your breast. Bui 'twould be comfort, would it not, For you as well 33 me, Share a light to have a fire LiIiiik ii cun of tea ? fieri think 1 should be well If these things were out so r mother, I remember, once ftVebad them-long ago. li.tvou were not a widow then, not an ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 February 1836

Resolved, That a hoard consisting of five persons be appointed, one from each oltho Slates interested, and one from the Province of Lower Canada, whose duty il shall he to obtain (if possible) the necessary charters nud riutlientious or union theiuuf, and to make, so far as practicable, all necessary ar rangements with the corporations now in existence, to consolidate or unite them, nnil tljul they correspond with ench other, and net separately in their several States, or uni tedly, as they may judge best. Resolved,' That a committee of twenty persons, five from each Slate interested, be ahnomted to solicit subscriptions to pay trav elling' and other expenses, to procure s.iid cTiartcrs, and to unite the several corporations into.one, and to effect the other preliminary Objects of this Convention. IUuvby Cii.vsn, for the Committee. "Which report and resolutions were adopt ed and the following named persons consti tuted committees, viz : ' Upon the 1st resolution, "Charles M. Emerson...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 February 1836

nVVCAU UISI'UUT i,iisaslroiii defeat of the U. S, troops ,.. eallttni .uojur wine, in inc. out iWf"".o, .... . '-. )- .. l IMMIILI . Vlil". vi wa vuil "i .'.1. M IfiMrillll'Ill U IIIIIJI'IY. III1II Ir t ...Il.io mi tliii hnn nl ninrili ..Tampa uu - " t" . function with General iviyncn.on the f" V . -t... Tli to net inn urnn rrwl it . three days bcioro uie nuiue, wnere . . Hi'nC LUIII I" hm - - .. w ..... w UfUVCIl nil allium. .: ..... Votf it bcconns my melancholy duty to 1 .. .!. . ... ,l tnltll.. ntllliu Hitm! lii.twl ...I ll) IIIC lill'io""!'" " - ......... jui cncruv. wiiiuiisiiii .... .inn oi.ui iCODSWBI IUIIIUV.V. ...v .. riiwl II'MI Illll.l I 1 1 1 1 1 .1 11311 I I I II II) J. 2nd Artillery emtio in, nnd yester- ... 'f ItUIJaw" n it.,im i i:iru in Lilt: niiiiiir i-tiiii tin vv ii i i - ,'i imt ttuunos, very severe nnu sinteu ......m mol; iiIih'l' oil till '28th. com- .... ahout 10 oclocl; ; in wluc li every I... I I'll. illiU IIV.ll. 11 J ........ A 11..- .....IK U 1111 !... ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 February 1836

REMARKd UPON THE COMPARATIVE PROFIT op aitocnita and retailers, At derived from Temperate and Intemperate Customers (concluded.; But let us examine more minutely the re lntion of an intemperate anil n temperate In borer, as a mere source of profit, to the" Gro' ccr wlio supplies them. Take them from the same condition of life. Suppose them to have Icon origially of equal capacities. Let Rich be the head of a small family. We male.tft reference to them here, ns moral and accountable agents ; but propose to com pare mem as mere msnumcms gam. We feavo the soul out of the account. Let this being of heavenly workmanship, "so no- oie in reason, so lnuuiic in incuiucs, in .ono nnd moving so express nnd admirable, in uc tjoa so like an angel, in apprehension so like a God" let him, for a moment, wo say, be regarded as of no more intrinsic value, than ns it ho were "mndo out ot cheesc-par ing nfter supper." It is not the swill nscon sion of his immortal nature, through the bright scnlo of in...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 March 1836

fERMONT P HIE NIX. II. BRATTLEBORO, Jt. MARCH 4," 1836. NO. 2 6. 9 ' Paltihf-.l ery Friday MnrninR, j0.'l'l,y 2 Hair rtuiMinc, "early opposite Uute a i'M Singe llim. t ...Wrilwr Two Dnllar a tear. . i(-10 1111$"- c . , - ' ,,, h trccWe llirir piipemat llie oilier, A ,licoiint from thcue price nflwcnty II" ,t0ll bill be mul" ,n 1 3 ii not '"..ill be dddrd ;ulc nt the expirnlion of the jenr irT No paper dicnnlinurd if' " p-i'I,cxcpptal llio option cifllio 0nlei l.y mail mini be pol.piid or ..illnotrrrene"""' " oilll n(li'lJU" ' ""' ' ,rt ircaml.inmmleritlclcrrn.. Furllie Vermont I'lui'iiix. i-. 1 nntipod in vnur tinner of Vl,n t-UIIUIs, .. , . . . . ioil, under the head of 'local news,' 'Momnj: "Courting and sleigh-rules laid ,.f ihe season." This I fear caused ma- . Mtt bachelor a siecpicss nigni. 1 ou IIMlbal during Mean year- inc lauics ..K.Precial privilege of making love unto nnllemeni onu many a uiiiiueiu ii.ttnvim, - i I 1. ..... l.rti.i I iiir.t It tt'ntlitifr fnr .(time when ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 March 1836

w I .l.'ji'.Bjuejwjmi "dition of 'defence better than we do, for he litis been our chief engineer I Such 1 knew to be our condition, utitl such 1 know to be qui condition now, though year after yenr, ovety year, the also cry has been hen i d from the watch-towers, "all's Weill" Eve ry session of Congress, every return of the session, have we been most graciously greet ed witu tne lormui mm insnionauic congrtit ulutions and (elicittitions on the happy nnd unparalleled present condition, nnd l lie pros pects of tho future prosperity of our country; nnd, MrSpenker, here we are I cuught nu ked, defenceless, unprepared nnd unprepnr ing lot defence, with our hands in the lion's mouth I Let those who hnve till the time had this information, nnd who have nil the day been standing idle, recommending nothing, reporting nothing, advising nothing, no ! not until this very nioment.'beur the blnine; 1, and those with whom I act, are innocent. Sir, I say, I knew that, with nil this im mense want o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 March 1836

j-fi 11 .11 0 W T fl' Ms f?JL,, BKATTLEDOKO, Vt. .1 ... . M.iwn .4 mnr. tor rnnsiDEST, .. rllU II. IlAHHIOUrt 01 UI1I0. ron vicb ritKsiDKvr, ..vns fiKAXGHKof NewYorlc. front 're S'tfe Journal. ........ tr. on iti1 ftr W I'VTinv C invention oT the Antimnsons of Vcr . .i,I.ti at the State House in Montpelier ''" . . I'lVl.r.lnn.. IS.1l! If.,.,. '..I.- . .. I.ll .1,1 V HI I I IFIIIUI 1 I . w v, ....... . ( Wnia Convention. Wo have not room fori TOWN MHKTIXG. n detailed account of the" doings of tins Con-1 Several questions of some interest are to be vention. The several nominations made hv ' !i..t..,i i.t..,n .i .i, , I ft.. , .... u. hi. llllllcui lull II IIIIIIIIIK the Antimasons were adopted I y the Whigs, so $hat all the opponents of Van Burciiism may concentrate their strength nnd secure the vole of the State for IIaiiiiison and GnANoen. The Whig Convention adopted a number of resolutions, among which are the following Resolved, That to perpetuate the republican principles of tin-...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 March 1836

GOOD OLD TIMES. I do respect the times of old The limes of JJcans nnd pork, When our old clever, honest Dads, Went whistling to their work j When old cock'd hats nnd breeches were The fashion of the dny, And good thick bottom'd shoes were worn, With buckles shining gay ! The times of old the times of old, When our good mothers wore. Good homespun stuffs, and kept their muffs And Tippets evermore 1 When good stout waists were all the rage, And cheeks ne'er painted were, And borrowed curls ne'er decked the girls With beauty debonaire ! The times of old the good old times, When home brewed beer went round The merry hearth, where boisterous mirth And apples did abound When gigijling maids would hang their heads In bashful modesty, . And sprightly lads would eye their Dads, And nudge them costly ! The times of old, when our good Dads Were fat and hearty too, With haircom'd back most gracefully, And done up in a queue I do respect those golden days. When Fashion was inclined To make her v...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 March 1836

IK rujuu.iLiinjiiLiii VERMONT P H (E W I X. ..St u - und Im- ioh. II. BRATTLKBORO, Vt. MARCH is7 lsTeT NO. 28. YjJnaiONT 1 II CBN IX. rublithed every I'riduj Morning, LY o. W. NICHOLS h W. K. UYTHEIt. L v. 2 Hall'" Building, nearly opposite Chae's( DlllgC liuurc a !-..! n1irrtlifrii Tito Dollnrs a vear I .nlftS W l'l lUI-rili: hum ,,.,.,r. , ilucount from llice prices of Iwcnly i'-' . . i . i ...i i i......... f ,,t I not ntailo nt the expiration of ilie year F1'" . . . .-r, .. .,,.. ,li...n,,ti,,l .... .r lie niiinn in i"1"" r-v 111 '". n" ! .!. :....fii. 11 srrcarag-i arc paw, ... ..... , .. .... Luhfi Urucrs y mnii mini uu (h.i-.miu ui I II ... rarnill. altClltlOll. iLaii ii'' f Jon i'hintin" n""y cu- l,l,hort not ire and on moderate lermi. Krom tlic New Yolk Amerirnn. . I I . I .1.. r.,ll.-.;nrr linio ..1,1. IAioman s nanu nui.u ..... b l,iroma' true and fond licart could lintc inspired. ttoft e may rccene oilier sucn gems. TIIK WIFE'S PRAYER. The ouii? wife kneeling to tier God...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 March 1836

'I'jamnjaiiuifc'' tJ-mr: tu uumu i 'Ji-riJJ.-i " - she otirrht to nssnmo. whether wu havo I do rcsjr. This is no time, sir, for con Thc.'hr between the House nud thu W Tho crisis demnnds that there .d bu no differences between tho differ ent branches of our ffovornmenl. We are in tho midst of nti Indian wn r j we nro threat ened with n border war on our Mexican frontier:' wu nro engaged in n controversy with ono of tho most powerful nations, und tho scales nro so equally balanced thnt n feather would decide the question of peace or war. France has told us the conditions on which only tho treuly will bo executed ; she now stands pledged to exact conditions which this country never will submit to, thoucli it should bo desolated from Maine to Louisiana. 1 tun still not without hope of pence, but when a ! rcneh fleet is abroad upon the Atlantic, it is not n time to inquire about lost appropriations. We should be looking promptly to measures of defence; wo should be developing tho vast r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 March 1836

Mrt Rebecca Peake. 1 He Messrs in Congress, on Tuesday, nothing of impor- . ...,i:..r. have issiieu in n near i iff' t,fMnnlp; , form .or t. it,n intcrr ,.r n ni.hlic ,,jpfli I"0 """ . ' v Mums of community tlmt lior life ''.Lei Iiv viewing the public execu t lie re is somclhintr l'lc" ' .i ..!.( ni' n fi-mule beinir sus- i n.tmnn Hint (p gallOWS. HI- "Jl"k- 1 l.nn ...f ., Mrt1 ,i,IlT l'loviucnce nin I t - .-l.!l .'...I clack' 10 uo cxinuiicii -i in l i f, n , swte. ,ii,iir n gie i"" ... i . Tin" panipluei emnrncca uie llni nmiimnnla nf iman Winn-!"! ...v. .... ,,,'a-rc to the jury, nml the seii 1 ' r ill which was pronounced hy , , , ,. wii s. It may ho hml nt the I, , ik-' '' We tender our nr , 1 1 the publishers for n copy of k. . Ol-e'.tiok. A letter from i " . - ... t . I ... !.. ilat m mii ii tuin.-.'imjr .VD.iiiti m debate, ill the Senate, . I.. i... i , , is il, cincltnieil io nay, uy me , vnut', rejecting Mr Calhoun's . ritetrr the memoiinl from the ( , ij ,k - in I.ivor of...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 March 1836

i w-m i'.j cut in From the New England Farmer. INDIAN CORN. T. G. Fkssknden, Esq. Dear Sir : In December, 1831, you published in the N. E. Fitomcr a communication from me concern K" oi species of Indian corn, which I had planted tho preceding season, the seed of which I had procured of Judge Buul. Its chief recommendation, in my estimation re sulted from the fact, that it crime to' muturitv about a fortnight enrlier than any kind of -li . ..1.7.1 .1 r rf i neiu corn wmcii ine iurmers in my neigh borhood ivero accustomed to plant; thus an ticipating tho early uutumnal frosts, and en abling rao to sow my corn land with wheat .. I 1.1- r i .1 .... in luiciuuit; seusun. i cxprcsseu mo opin io also that it had been ns productive as nny oilier corn which 1 had ever planted but ns I had tried it but once, I did not fee so confident of its productiveness as to com mend it on that account. I have planted tho samo kind of corn tho past season, and no other; and the result has lully equalled m...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 April 1836

W M KM OflfT PH(EBfIX. rnT. yF M0Nf PIKEN1X . paUUhnl ciery 1'Viil.iJ Morning, ,f O.W.NICHOLSJt W. K. KYTIIER. ... nai's nulMinff, nearly opposite Chase's ft" . I. .nLdfiriltra Two Dnllnrn n vnnr. Sstcar. A discount from thc prices oftwenty 0t will l n,!"'B 10 ,m- nlt,,nco' r'J' KrtSt HI bo mlJcd. paper iiisconuniicu '1 .nIiM aro paid, except at llio option of dm ., . OruYrs uy man mini uo posi-pam or ndcilllon w-p III kinds or JU1 run w.iv ncuiiy lV,hortnlifC ami on nimlcnUo terms. THE SPIKIT OF WASHINGTON. DDfcnJ, tlimt lullowctl spirit, Anil gnanl our native land, Where "cry fieml of faction roanu Sti jisruril waics her liriinV DnkrelustleJ the patriot lire Tint learned from llieo to glow! .',iyW 0 our shore teen no more While the norms of faction Mow J While ncnliiiei o'er onr councils mrnys, Anj the storms of faction blow. Yftitill one supplication We humbly ilarc t frame, 0! Mess llic lilial band, tliat lucs Tl. r.iii.rcraleil name I Tor here tby sacred memory lives, litre gra...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 April 1836

JUDGE MANGUM'S SPEKClf. Wc ask the attention of all readers to the following extract from the speech of Judge Mangum of N. C. delivered lately in the U. S. Scnalo. This speech points out the impor tanceoftho coining contest hetwecn the pow er of money in the hands of the. Administra tion, and the power of the People. It presents the question truly Money against the People. Spring. liepub. It is a great nnd interesting question. It must give rise tn a keen and protracted con test. Tho parties on either side are strong nnd powerful. The States and tho People, on one side, against tho General Govern ment, and its office holders, friends and re tamers, on the other. These are the parties. I take my stand on the side of the States and the People. Italic it with confidence), thoueli with certain knowledge that all our present efforts will bo defeated. I rejoice to see eve ry party compelled to take position. I nm gratified to sec gentlemen come up to the ntnvl rVUn .0 r,rt tilMitln tvmtl ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 April 1836

Rl!A (HI - 0 IV T A a,J i,J1A' TTlITdOIIO, Vt. s 1 f. t oort -..nnr.lT'H 1 11,'JI.I A . ron rnnsinrriT, iiA1I1IT$!DV nfO l n. ..if All 11. miANOEll of New-York. a fine warm roin on Saturdny last, . i ..IT nf till' Rlinu". It hb "m1"." ..... Eke the nrsi """ r ; - OUIlllUUHl,"., I4...I iiuo been closed more than of Winter. !. Iinvinit been c a- "VVest ,ivcr W"3 8Wollcn 10 nn llrielit on Sunday, ami ikuio mi-iu fll W'"1 r .1... .l, .tri-Mml Inat .M. tnheniciy" ...... ,(, heavy rwr. ..y s- " ti,,. waters liowevcr have subsided jiijpfei the proprietors will consequents-cater confidence than ever in its stn ) Jul trill be encouraged to persevere in .i:.t Election. The annual election B.vt'" . .... .... ..... .... 1 1( Officers in lyonnccutui. mui,i. . L -. BAaitltPlI 111 III. (II Ul ...I .11.111111..)- t.ina nns on by a greater majority man nisi year. Hartfonl Tim" B"13 U1L u"-3 wuv four, as follows: in All UK IV" 1 ' rr-.nh 19.930: loriomunson w,i3 I"' . - ... ., ... . ..... ration majo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 April 1836

l'rom llio New York tiernld. THE KIS813KS. A NEW SLOT IN IIKI.IOION. "Ail made of pnralon, iintl nil iimilo of vltlic, All adirnlMin, dniy nnil-ubrervulnwi , All liiimblenen, all pmlcnce imd Impatience, All puiily, nil lii.il, nil goo J kifiliig." Shaki. I went to church Inst Sundny ; not llie richly cushioned Trinity; not the gorgeous Dunnoj not the neat St. Thomas ; not tliu fastidious Grace; not the incense burning St. Patrick's. I went to a nrlvnlo family church, which assembles in a privnte house t No. Sullivnn street, on tlio snmo independent principle oil which Mr. La t6uielto has creuted his congregation in the Bowery. At half past ten ltered a gate wny, mounteda stair, opemdfi?door, and found myself m a smull, ncKtangulur room, divided into two parts'fjOr'nbout a dozen of ladies, neatly dressed, "sitting a round a large tnble covered with green cloth, n't the upper end of the room. I always consider myself in civilized society when 1 find myself in the presence of colored b...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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