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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 21 July 1837

DEMOCRAT WINDHAM COUNT! Tolimic I. BKATTLUIJORO, VI. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 18S7. SfflTCJrtljnm CEouutj Dcmotcnt: rUDLlSIIED EVEBY tnlDAV MORNISO, BY JOSETH STEEN. Oflico ia Whcelsr's Stone llullding, over llie Bookstore. GEO. W. NICHOLS, lMUNTF.n. Teiims To single subscribers Two Dollars 'per nnnum. To classes of not less llian ten, Si 75 per annum. (A dis count from these prices of 25 cents will be allowed tlioso whd pay in advance.) For six monllis, 6"i cents In ad vance for three months, 50 cents in advanrc A single paper C cents. !-Postridcrs will supply their custom ers at corresponding prices. Jolin Whitcomb. Martin Van Buren, Pres ident of the U. 5. May he over keep in mind llie welfare of the family over which lie presides, and ever exercising the spirit of Washington, Jcflcr son and Jackson, and cnuso llie people nil to say, well done thou good and faithful servant 32rThe 'memorable 4lli' was cekbratv In Boston by a respectable company of 'teetotallers.1 i P(o Intoxicating drink...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 21 July 1837

THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. . . . .... .1. - 11 :.i .tt.t fcrrr,v.' :z ; , d ' IV F a i . .,. 7 TiVn individual who years 6 federal n, ule. The individt was ai us neau uimug u nlnrn hv ,. . ... " ,, nn the' 6arni and corntphon -on I c crinciplc of " like master like man" many of his t.,i,f,ii,,-,in! hpR.unD corrunt n so, anu anuses without number, crept, or rather boldly walked, into til o administration of the government. The Unit of the coalition between Adams and Clay was not relished by the people; they called Gen. Jackson fiom the Hermitage, and commissioned him to bring the Ship of State back to the repub lican track. He went into office sustained by the voles, and cheered by the confidence of the de mocracy of the nation, and opposed by the federal paity, which fell with the first Adams -and rose with the second, lie laid down in his Inaugural Address the principles which were to govern his course, and he brought those principles into im mediate action. The Pruning Knife of "Reform...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 21 July 1837

SBlfnaijam ffiountj? Drmocvnt. Ilrntllcboro, Frhlny Morning, July SI, 1837. Democratic Republican Ticket. For Governor, "V1XMAM O. BRADLEY, 'or Lieut. Goternor, JOHN S. PETTIIJONE. For Treasurer, CHAItL.ES It. CLEAVES. For Senators Windham County, JOHN ROBERTS ELEAZER MA V PAUL CHASE. (TT Repealed Inquiries have lcn put to us why It is that the journals of the House of Representatives have not been printed and distributed before this. Formerly tho distribution was made as early as March or April. It Is now mid-summer and no journals as yet have ap peared. At this peculiar juncture it is all Important that the people should know how their public servants voted last fall on tho several questions of banks and corpora tions. Tho whig rrcsscs have charged the democrats with tho sin of chartering all the bank?, and they would fain make us responsible for nil the rotten manufacturing corporations which have been created in this State for the last sis years. Let the journals be published, d...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 21 July 1837

THE GIFTS or SWUNG. SprinoI 'tU tlio spell of gladness Hut breathe tlint Eden word Within the human bosom, What pleasant thoughts arc stirred Sweet thoughts of gushing fountains, Bright skies and blossom'd trees, And soft green grass and violets, And wild birds' melodies. These isioiis warm the fancy, And wake Iho lyre of mirth lint Spring has gifts more precious To bless the waiting earth Thuiu's life upon her hieczes To fun the foiling breath And In her hand the roeof health To wicnthc the cheek of death. There sec the fond young mother, Who all the winter drcur, lirshlc her pining infant's couch Has kept licr watch of fear Oh, Spring may scatter buds and (towers Tho laughing earth around ' Iter sweetest gifts, the bud of hope, In that mother's heart is found. (xiticc' Magazine.) MOUNT SINAI. From ''Incidents of travel in Hgypt, Arabia, fj'c. hy tin. American." At eight o'clock I was lircnkfasting ; the superior was again at my side, alluring all that the convent con Id give, niul...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 28 February 1839

WEYDHAM CJ Volume III. aniATi or AncnniAii t,. mates, i 'of munuEii, Before the Bennington Co. Court, Dec. Term, ISO?, S. II. Bmckmi-.ii. State's Allnrimv. ComsrljTot Prisoner. Hnrninn Canfield, Daniel Rob . i . erta Irnn4. Wrn. S. SDuyjivgrtlnLar'a' Lrt l 1-Ill4, llln ! .. .i. - I . -. . .. or four years, the prisoner stated tiiat the deceas ed should not live to enjoy my property, where I now live. At the second time he tolil mo lm nut rviiKivouic; iiiu iiinu certain, uui wmiiii t iron '" hA 1 " " J? "''ro. ! member there is a God in Heaven who mln nil these things ; after I made this remark, he said it. was in his power to prevent it, and he should 1 do it. On the night of the 2d of October last, I 1 was coming in from work and met him in the 1 orchard, had some conversation in respect to pro-1 perty, one word brought on another, and he ap-1 pearcd very angry ; I started along to go towards ! the house, he also started and went a few steps, took up a niece of chestnut rail about ...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 28 February 1839

r V CONFESS IOK. ' and honorable in public life. Virginia is rousing Tim nrUnnnr rlpninil ilm p.rimn imnutod to htm. iii her strenrrt I. mid the indomitable spirit OI mr . mil icon Hoc arcu lemocracv w sustain uiixcQiiiiir iMntbntor tliw1iflnVs The days. tlffTI,iTOW-miliiPire i .. . - -r , , " , i .1.- ...I.: . ..i.ln n ' . 'TV.. ,irni,niinrpfiimmi Him nv i up. p.niirt. m-pr. up nas nimeaieii iu uiu ninn-- ni n pnnin r- lie first confuV Jjyii trfjfns Father nnd him, but the honest portion ol mat party ue.-piM. Brother, and sincoTo many others; says that for him. Hartford Times. two years lie liad meditated niton killing Her ana had determined to do it ; but his courage failed him. whenever an opportunity offered. On the BHnliljaijr (Sotting JiDcmotvnt. X lie prisoner ucinuii wn: criiuu n untilvoinc d.ay softer holiad I ' law hadljcen pronouiiccd'upon bin insti-1 nn.1.oro--rhursJay, Fcbrun 2ft 1839. I Eycry ' f""& V" " vondcr cloSlEKkno3"Mp evciykfo A BEAUTIFUL GROUP. The Whin na...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 28 February 1839

NORTHEASTERN JlOUNDAIlY. Cnpturo nnd Imprisonment of (lie Land ArciU of ill nine Correspondence of llic Iloton Alias. Senate Champer, Augusta, ? February J5, 1839. $ Dear Sir, I hasten to inform you that the Land Agent of Maine and six of his men have boon mado prisoners by the trespassers on the public lands raid carried off to Frederickton. The greatest excitement, prevails at tlio capital. Over twenty of the llrilish have been made prisoners by our troops and arc on their way to Uangor jail. 3tate House, Avuusta, February 15, 1839. Information was received here this morning from T.llllll was 80111 UY our OLIivu uuuiuukico nv uavs since to arrest me trespassers on mo puu- lie lands near the Aroustook river, Before the land audit with his forces reached the Territory occupied uy the trespassers, uiey nau rccciveu iniormauoii oi uinkui;iii i i iiiumn-, imm um' . . -the movement against them; and most of them had as. Carter was pursued and taken at his residence removed with their te...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 28 February 1839

tiii: sthhasi or DKATH. There is a etrcnm whose narrow tide The Known mid unknown worlds divide, Where all must po i Its wnvelrM wutcra durk rind deep, Hid sullen silence, downward sweep With nioanlcM flow. I saw wlicrc, al the dreary flood, A Einlling' infant prattling stood, Whoso hour was conic: X'ritanplit of nil, it nearcd the tide, Sunk, as to cradled rest, and died Like going; home. Followed with languid eye nnon, A youth, diseased, and pale, and wan ! And there alone Ho gazed upon the leaden stream, And feared to plunge I hoard a ecrcam, And he was, gone. And thfn n form in manhood's strength Came rVistlinjr on, till there nt length Ho saw life's hound: He shrunk and raised the bitter prayer Too l.dc his shriek of wild despair Tho waters drowned. Next stood upon (hat surgcless shoro A being bowed will: many a score Of toilsome years, Rarlh-bound and sail hu left the bank, Hack tumid his dimming eye, and sank, Ah ! full of feuis. How bitter must thy wateis be, Oh death 1 How ...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 9 June 1842

mm ib1 ft' E. .ATVIiEBOKO, Vt THirB'SMAy. JUNE 0, SS42. , 7m)- (Ac Democrat, For the Daughter of n deceased Friend. To 1110 it sccmcthjsarrilcffo to spread AfTcctloii'a tncniorlcB, long nnd fondly Conn'd, HcToro strange bctuU, to whom an idle ttilo Thoy aro, os idly tnld. Hut for thy mother's lovo, Maria, I redcAn llio pledge my mother gave Andspcak to ihec in brief uf clays long since, Kfc cure had paled thy parent's beauteous brow And its rotlsth pathway broko lief cliccrful tread, t And when eeasc to Iw a mominifTlt For limoV rude Uhreriesof jpy and Hhf,-X; Am 1ifrtmuwoef omtrfhiiiih!pfnrrii love's iminnruil frast uljita Hcnv'en ranl " Some fi iiirid maV Pii turctirfny little" OtiK " The hopes and Iul'Ii sustninincs of my euulj. With all its rfftHsaU14 fttW'VW" l To.Icurn Mas ninacr use ana aiare turn icci For thcin, e'en thioufrh their mother's inntiory, As 1 for llicc, loved d.uirhtcr of my fiiend t Heat en tlncw its links nronnd our infant hopes, And love in us did havo "its p...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 9 June 1842

9 DclltOtVilt; 1 -afc Vfa: .. ' LfirtUcuoro, t...Tliursiliiy, J June 0,' 1842. . ron onvunNon, NATJtAN SMILIE, ron lieut. oovEn.ton, KDWAIU) J). Jt Alt HE It. ron Tnr.Asuncn, DANIEL HALDWIS. LmcnTV I'AnTV Nominations. The Convention of tliis pnrty holdcn at IJrookficld last week, made tlio following nominations: For Governor, . ClIARTiUS IC. WILLIAMS. . For Lieut. Governor, EBJVAR 1). BAltBER. .'' ' " For 7'rcasurcr, , llAItHY'HlVLE. .A very good-ticket, certainly ; and the Watchman accounts Tor it by declaring that a majority of tho . ....", Hrii L u convgntlon woro "locofocos." Well, bo that as it . may, itwould not surprise us if the whigs, who will hold their convention on tho Cth July at Middlebury, should adopt this "locofoco" nomination for Governor Sr as the only possible moans of avoiding the complete overthrow of their party. Wo Ehall bee. j-Thn Boston Statesman furnishes an interesting ar- dollars ; it had been discussed But three days, and ,v"us- S" as oecn m me app- ......

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 9 June 1842

AtrWnl'of tho Columbia. ...Twelve Dnys Litter I from Kuropc. Tho royal mail steamer Columbia arrived nt Boston on Thursday last, bringing Liverpool papers to the lOtli May. Tile political news is of no importance. ! ... J. . . . ! j - it. ! I - i r T 1: a i 1 1.1. 1 noming iniur iroui muia or imiiu. n. lurnuiu iu- i lamity has befallen the city of Hamburg, a filth part of which lias been destroyed by fire, depriving thou sands of a shelter and the means of subsistence. A great fire is said to have taken place in tho Aus trian town of Steijer, not far from Llntz, where 400 houses were consumed. & three-fourths of the inhab- Hants, who nro celebrated for their iron manufactures, j ,.,,, ' leu wiiuoui siiPiier. Scvorj ships with lfiOO troops had sailed from Eng land for India, which shows a determination on the part of tho government to push the war ngninst Af ghanistan A In Tans another conspiracy to assassinate the king had been detected and several arrests made. yesterday mornin...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 9 June 1842

liovc nnil Friondijlilp. The birds, wlicn winter" shades the sky, I'iy nVr the was away, Where laughing eyes in tt:ihhio lie, Ami milliner hrcezra piny. Aii'l (tins Iho friends, Hint flutter near While fortune's sun is warm, Arc startled if a cloud appear, Ami fly before the storm. Hut when from winter's howling plains Kuril other warbler's post, The Utile suow-biid still icmalns, And chirps amid the blast. Duvo-like tiint bird when friendship's throng With fortune's sun depart, Still lingers With its cheerful song, And nestles on the heart. W!l. talETT. Imojh the Journal uf the Americajinpcrance Union. the uons'ds oFa spinir snor; on Tim fe-roitv: of jamhs and jiahv nurni.. A TALK or R RtA I. L I 1" E. ftial ii,.it ti.tt.tna tfea Ii'l inn ftlinn flint."' fed. KINO LC. stock for it, and fnrining utensils, while sho fur-, her chiltlron were obliged lo go'l (tut of his way; would longer live, and hoar tho drunkard's cu'rsc. DU. TAYl,01l8 uhlrod three rooms with ovory nueoisnry artiolo...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 16 March 1843

H COIJITOY DEMOCRAT. i . T mm, WINDHAM u.ui w.,..'.xumniiLiK.a.iia.vJximuij..j'imiAi Volume VII. IS K A T T Sj 13 II It , VI. T El U IB SffiHA. ST , i?J A IS DEL 1G, 1S4S. Ko. 22. is GOI) IN THE STOltJI. nr miss r.vuiioF.. "Did vou licnr ilio tonn last night, my chiM, As 'it burst o'er llic midnight sky, Wirn the thunder milled louil nnd wild, Ihc lightning flickered h.) V heard itoTeinpeil. lnolher mine 1 nnt hnricd in slumber sw cct ) Drcninin" I stood in the sol! moonshine, Willi iW-pm nlinnl ml' ftpt " .... .... -:. v A- itscnttorcil the renllrnw" far ami nenr In tnnnvmitthlytng iromh?" "No. mother , invlmpiiv sleep un full Ol gentle nml 1i1y llnus Shape tliatwcrururrfttl mnl lioniUiful, Ami tlic imiic uf angels wimps." uYvi the storm wn loud, my tlnrliuff clriM There wn silent Ii mi ihe hurrying Mast; Ami vapors ilark over head w ere pileil, A tho linage wmi! hcllmvctl pnt." 'l thought notofcloutls, my mother ilear, When 1 roe from my nurse's knee j You taught me thai (3oil is ...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 16 March 1843

x. " . L aiUnttljnm (Count" Democrat. llrnltlelioro, A't....Tlmrntuy, Mnrch 10, 1813. Consrcss The Closing Sccnp. From tlio accounts wc have received of the closing of the 27th Congress, it nppoars to have been a scene of high excitement. Very little of real usefulness was transacted, and many evil measures fell short of n consummation. That unjust bill which proposed to give the Post Officii Department the entire con veyance of newspaper?, pamphlets, public documents &c. with the privilege of charging the regular post age, has fuilcd of adoption. This is very gratifying; for such matter is transported ns freight cheaper and more expeditiously ; and at the same time, an impro per attempt ofthc department to interfere with busi ness lias failed. The famous Retrenchment bill has also failed. This was a measure prepared with such clumsiness, and with so little regard to its individual operation, that while it proposed to reduce the sala ries of some officers very justly, it operate...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 16 March 1843

0 that under the bruad-axo tlirv would squaro eix fcctl MAniitttrL- At llio I'lia'iitx Homo in lli'n iflngp, 7ili in Correspondence of the N. V. Journal of Commerce. MONROVIA, Liberia. Oct. I , 1842. n isiil,, . vim. a nnrl nrniiinl tfin Irillihn mill linmr in I At llio I'lln-hlx Homo in lll'll llllnEe. 7lli inl. Iiv Ttiv. ltr. ftnnllpninn . It in rlifTirliit In !tin ITnitpil lntpq fn r.,-t i" .... .i. 11. ...:l.l n ..r lUoMli. Air JtKrtlll (ilnn.nn to MiF I.Urv Iliin. fmlli nf ln. form n correct idea of the physical fixtures or this richest bcntity spring exuberantly along the banks ; " , , ' ,.. u..,,,Bmo MrJ,i, v i,t..nr continent. Our ca.ly impressions of Africa, gained ay pmngod birds swarm it. the forests"; and nil na- liol.on, SI, X Mnry MlSrf'aamf N Y f from tho voful publications or shipwrecked mariners, ture seems dressed in splendor and variety that 1 - - and suffering captives, or from the almost equally in- wnr.l, enn ilpsnrihn. Now mid then, ns vnnr linat i nmn. correc...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 16 March 1843

Jtl A It ItYlN (! W K 1. 1-, f)lt TlIK SI'lltlT Ol' T3. ciiai'tiir i. Prudentials. ' Wo tnust tliscourngc Roger's visits, husband said Mrs. llartwell, 'or Iiucy will bo lost.' 'Married, you mean, my dear.' ' And would not tliat be the samo as lost, Mr. llartwcll? Only think, a daughter of ours mar ried to a shoemaker ! You would turn llogcr out of doors if it was not for his politics.' ' Why, wife, I have often heard you praise his industry, and excellent character ; and ho de serves it for ho is really a very clever, sensible voting man.' 'So he is, husband, good enough in his way, and at his trade; but can you think him lit company for our Lucy, the only child of a justice of the peace 1' Now 'Squiro llartwcll happened to bo in a most sclf-complaccnl mood. lie was seated in his deep-cushioned, high-backed elbow chair, (a ponderous machine, containing sufficient materi al to frame a modern fashionable cottage,) smok ing his afternoon pipe, and watching through the ' (0 your favor.'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 2 October 1845

4 v fiTBIllMllBill f iTFl t TMlffMBBfliflllil r ' - ' : : : ' " : . : ' : HMT I rally ... . Labor, , i.r- ' rir mk. rruncte s. osconti; t;. i .. I'jujc nol lo dream of tlic future leforc u : l'iuse'nol lo"wrcp' (lie wild cftrc'lliSl cornTC'rt ai')' lltirCf liow Crcbtiiin'ji deep, musical choruf '. '" UnmlqrmllJlliKi'jwi up into IJcnvcn 1 1 r. -w NcvcgthcWcariTHavri fallen in flowing t lVr W ihrt lifltr. KPAtl lrfril In ?l frr'rUvtmrt ' ' . "l.nbdfn worship!'1 the riiliin is singing; "Labor i worship !" the wild lice is ringing: I.iHtMi! that eloquent liiper upspringing Speaks tn lliy soul fioni out nature's great heart. From the dark cloud flows the lire-giving shower) From the rough soil lilmvs the sofi hrcatliing flower ) From the small insect, the rich coral doner; On- man, in the ploii, shrinks from his part. Labor is life! Tis the still water failcili : There .was likewise a deterioration of manners, ' worse, IriNHW12F"Si and tilings, upon the wipc looked desolate-, difficultie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 2 October 1845

X ! "Bt ft iBlilll . i . . . j- fit! 1 i. r ryliul,, He took r.notnot fcbrf ,1ry or .dim,,, but Land" Glaciers of tl.o Alps," Illustrations or the ...i i ii i... ..ii,inrin nf iintunil .story, nnprnilon of tho "Electric Telegraph' arc some ot iiiniaj. i "'in , .... -- . - w, - . tofiiTordian lands nnd ieoiiIc,'of wild minimis, inoi.ti- .. . ics r tntcrcet comprised in the presont No. eol r tons mm stairs. 1 remombcrWlftinff-aiwiinctiy that passed during the whole time, tm 1 wjisilaken away, except that 1 drank ; but what 1 drank(or how much, or how often. I know nothini?. I have somu Idea that a man ll!MTscm, and rivers. . . - ., . T .7 ,t.,.t""M r" Wnlinn Ri Snn. of camo thero while I was there, becauso 1 felt afraid Thu&VOtliiL' tnCIl n t 1110 vilinco iienru n- .... flr him. I invn tin reci- fiction ot Coins oill ni an, 5H)pns.int conversation-!, ami some oi mc iuui t10 watchman, ai luoniiicnur, uiuimeu ... - nfkcr j first weU jn on Friday ovcn,n?) nltnotigli it Courier adds !...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 2 October 1845

r rTnTi Late from Corpus ClirIstl....T)isnstrotis Stcnmliont Explosion.. ..Iinnorlnnt Tcrnn Oidlmtnri'. I Tho steamship Alabama arrived at an early hour officer Sent. 12. "Gloom, like a pall hangs over our whole capip. The steamer Dayton, while on tier way from this to Aransas, to-day, burst her boiler when about fifteen miles from here, and sunk in about eight feet water. Seventeen persons were killed and seventeen in jured. Among the killed were Lieutenants lliggins and Berry, of the 4th Infantry. Tho other mimes 1 do not know, somo of tho bodies not yet having been found. These, though, were all tho officers. . "The explosion look place at half past 12 o'clock, in day time, nnd Dr Crittenden, who was on board, IBiigmiy injured,) mtornis me mat sho sunk In hlicen minutes aiier, nna as sue went down, (covered vaicri u notour Doner cxptoucu wun a mosi report." Letters ot a subsequent day inform us bodies of nil those lost had boon .recovered the wounded fa colored deck hand ) died t...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 2 October 1845

Recollections of Gen. Wnshinston. , t It was on n bracing while? evening, licforc a ronr-LiiChi-lieerlill I'm', which reminded mo ofllio venern- wvllicro licflilt! me, iliorrncKing ins siy jimr, iilrrnrx inn.. .... .1,,, i.it.ni- umiIiit hv the Aternluiiou, nu.l though vi.il.ly on tho cvo of being iiimmous mm uravu uuu. mm uuu ul-iwib moif UIU IIUI siriKiupye. ...eucc. i.iui , SwnB,r..iv ................. . . .i . i.. .. i i .i . i . i !..i.i.. tun never-dying spirit, which even inn tyriiiii 01 1110 grate coul.l 111. : extinguish and subdue. tiiul lu-vfMlyiiig spirit, wliU'h even It was. Mid he. m the termination of onp of our Northern n.nilmii'ui'. that I hni.i.encil to be qtmr- temlwilh unmn iiT of the tittirWs of our tlctocli-' 1 ." . """. ...... . I 1? L TTi.Ti-.t..: r..m i.n ,r tviiiMi in ii or nrpii t " ---- 0 . . l;;,,,,,,,,! witness. The eyes of the ",, herea,. , unng ZJWuZ ncei il wnmor, winch nmi renciicti weir nineuem w, vv." ; ... -Wli.:,ii-..i. nn.Mu. ...i . i i t... r ...

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