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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 June 1841

fJtopk ftoe BY H. BELL. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JUNE 1, 1841. V0L.6, N04. The People's Press U printecLin the Brick Building JVorth endof the Bridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by ichom all erders forprinling Booki, Famphlets, Bills. Cards, $-c, ofevery descriplion,xcill be neatly andfaihionably ezccuted, al shorl notice. TEItMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Vllbf 5 inbscrlbera, Mall eutwcrlbers, ...... Indiriiluals and Compinlei wlio take al tbs offlce, or 1,50 ccnu If paid in fix montbi. Companie on 6tage rnutes. or 1.50 irpaid iu six montbs. Those who take of Pnjtriders, ... Companies and individuala oiT tbo roule $2.00 5.00 31,75, ??,0O 1,75 or l.S'J. II paid In six monins. Ko papera discontinued until arrcarsgct are pald, except at thc opuon of the proprietor. Tio payraenlslo Carriers allowed ex cept ordered by the proprietor. All cumnyinications mustbe addressed to the editor Post Paid. from the Fhiladelphia Saturdajr Couiitr. A HUNTER'S SOXG. BY EDWARD Y01TXO. Some boast ot tlie life of a sailor free...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 June 1841

rlP TT '17 Ttf T- T T T T TT T A7" TV'? A 15 I 1? J C! TX T 17 u Ei J.1M.. JL- u i; jj jCi d u ix i r u r u - i n u o . .' sons ofthc Empirc stato who havo s!ood by crcatcd quitc a scnsatinn in thc Frcncli iliem when danger ihreaiened them. jcourt, and what was thc result mcrclyof a : barbcr's bhinder, was talked of as an ndmi- O.Trtspondeiice of tl.e K. Y. Ilerald. rable spccimen of good taste and rcpublican Charleston, S. C. April. 8, 1811. indonnmlnnnn I m snito ivr -ill in onrt Terrije explosian of Fort Moultrie.-l hiv-o dresscS) and as Mr. Vmmlian liad only new- l:iit nir.v returnud froin tho towr. ot Mouurio- vilto. S illivnn Island, where I was n witness to uae of thc most tcrrib'.e disastcrs iliat Iias ever occurrcd in this state. Fort Moullric ofgkv ricus m'Jtnory now lies a lieap of ruins. Thc mu;azine was undorgoing soine nccessary ro. pairs, nnd by som? mcans, amv unaccountablc, firc and powdcr camo in co:itact, and thecntire sr'nciurc witli sevcn buildings in tho vicini...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 June 1841

T H E M I'DD L EBU'R Y P E'O'P LE'S PRESS Tnx Presidext's Message. We are au thorized to say that the Post Master General will send oli an express with tho Prcsiden's message iramediately after the reading of it shall have cemmenccd in the House. Should the House beorganized on Monday, the mes sage will be sent to Congress on Tucsday at 12 o'c'ock, and it is the intcntion to convey it to this city in TEN HOURS. JVT. Y. Com. Adv. TnE Haulem War agaix. Hostilitics. nmong thc discontented laborcrson the Croton Works, have. it nppears, brokcn out afresh. -The rows, riots and fijjhis, between the Cork onian and Fardownian fuctions, omong thc Irish, arc of froquent cccurencc, and oficn re sult in serious conscquences. A large number of the mal contents have been distfiarged, and thc conttictors have in conscquencc been ser ved with thrcalening ictlcrs. A few dayssioce the dwclling of ono oftho contractors was sct on fire, and wa) with difficulty savcd from des truction. The laborers assem...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 June 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY PBOPLB'SPJR ESS, French Bedsteads. iCfc A Frneh Bedsteads. with and wilh' fS-om screws, ale low ny, . Jan 11, 1P41. just received and lor Z. BECKWITH. DR. SPOHN'S Sick Headache Remedy. the permanant curo of this destress JC ing complaint, never fails. Wbein per severed ln. it efiectualliy renovates the sys cm, nnd does away the cause oftho Sick nd Nervous Headacae. Thousands have tried it, and found prcciscly the relief which iha article Dromiscs to beslow. Uettmcairs f the stroncest kind, and (rom the most re anectable Dersons. are in tho possession of tlio nrobrietor. some of wnich have fleen published, testifying to the permanent cure i nd olhers to the immediate relief given by this remedy. ltafTords relief to tho ufilicted in 15 or 20 mioutes from tbe first dose. It laken when tho symptoms of an attack are first felt, Jt prevents the further progress of the complaint, and can produce no dangerat any time by an cxcessive dose; as in such a case it would Uirow ott ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 June 1841

H. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JUNE 8, 1841. VOLUME VIjNUMBER 5. The People's Phess is printedin the Brick Building JVorth endof the Bridgc, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, ly ichom all orders for printing Books, Pamphlels, Dills. Cards. fyc., of every descriplion,xcVl be nealhj and fashionally execuled, al shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTI1 VOLUME. VitlaKe subscribcr?, Alall subscribrrs, ...... Indiriduals and Comrianiri who lake at Ihe ofiicc, or 1,50 ccnu if paid in six montlu. Compantcs on stagc roule?, or 1,50 ifpaid in sii months. Thos; who take of I'ojtriders, t Companies and individuals off the route or 1.50. lf oaid ia rlx mnnths. S2.00 5.00 81,75, S1.75 52,00 1,73 No papera discontimied until arrearagcs arc paid, cxcept at the nptlon orthe proprietor. No paytnents to C'arricrfl allowed ex ceptordercd by the proprietor. All communlcaiions mustbe addrcsted to tlie rditor Post Paid. VALUE OF A MOMENT. BY SlOKTCOMCnV. At every motion o( our brcalh Life tremblcs cn tlie b...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 June 1841

Ehpemenl.K ycar : ed from Montreal. an- sliicc a lcitcr was nublished nouncinr? the elonement of Mrs. llarris, wilo D. nf n.in ITnrr;.. 24ih repiment. with E David. Esq. of Montreal, barrister, and major in the Monlreal cavalry. On the 6th inst. the xiction comraenced by Cupt. Ilarris ngainst Mr David was tried in Montreal, nnd rc-sulled in a veidict for thirty thousand dollars dama K Frogress of Tetnperance: Twenty.six thousand persons shjned tho Tempernnce j.lcdgo ui the city of New York during the Iast ycar. Au Ilalian boastiug of the beaulies of his uuntry to a Yankee, and mentioniiig V esuvius as the climax which America had nolhing hke I'oli,'' exclaimed Jonathan, out of all patience, Vesuvins.'" we've st a Kiagaia that will put it out in fire minutes!" Tho TCtr f)r1eans Beeof ofthe 8 h inst.states that a liighly respert,ble antl weallhy planler of Foiut t;oupee, itir. j. lernan, was nuuueicu uy hh own slave, on board the steanboal Clipper, onSunday evening. It seems that the ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 June 1841

knowr. and openly declarcd; und while the sub trensury received in ibe result tho most decided dondemnation yol no other scheme of finance soemed lo have bcen concurred in. To you, then, who have como more dircctly from the body ofour common constiluents, I submhthe cntire question, as best qualified to a fill cipo" sition of iheir wishes and opinions. I shall be ready to concur with you in the a doplion of suchsyslem you may propose, re serving to rayself the uhimate power of rejecling any rneasure which raay, in my view of it, con flict with the CGnslitutio'n, or otherwise jeopard ize lhe power orthi country a power which I coulJ not part with cven if I ivould, but which I will noi believe any actof yours will call into requisition. I beg lcare panicularly to ca'l your atiention to the accompanying report of the Secretary of War. Besides the present stateof the wat that has so long afllicted the Territory of Flotida, and the various otlicr tnatiers of interest therein re lerred to...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 June 1841

T H :E M I D D L E B U R Y P E O P L E-'S P R E S S. 1 t I French Bedsteads. French Bedsteads, with and with- -outscrews, just received ana ior Jan 11, 1841. DR. SPOIIN'S SiMr TTftndaclic Itemedv. K1V W of thia destrcss , 1 k U1U j .... ': ..mniilnt. nevcr fails. hein per Jt. lilL t,Viur'"-J ------ - j i ;i oflHP.iiinlliv renovates the svs- ero, and does away the cause oflho fcicK and Nekvous Headacae. Thousands have triedit, and found prcciscly the ie!ief which the article promises to bestowv Certificates of the strongest kind, and Irom tho most re spectable persons, aro in iho possession of the probrietor, somc of wnich have fleen publishcd, tcstifyingto the permanent cure tnd others to the imraediate rehef givcn by this romcdy. lt afforda relief to tho ufflictcd in 15 or 20 minutcs from the first dose. Il .-i ...i,r, iVm cvmntnms of an atlack are ItltlGU 1TU1-" -i first fclt, it prevcnts the further progress of the complaint, and can producc no dangcr at any timcuy an exccssivc u...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 June 1841

fleople' II. BELL3....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JUNE 15, 1811. YOLTJME VI, NUMBER 6. MwUtbnm Tlie People's Press is prtnted in Ihe Brick Euilding JVorlh endof thtBridge, by' EPIIItAIM MAXHAM, ' ly mhom all orders for printing Books, ParApHlels, BUU. Cards, Sft, of every deseriplion.xcill be neatly and fashioitably cxeculed, at shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SlXTH VOLUME. VHIaje subsdribcrs, Alail subscribers, Individuals and Companlcs who take atlheofSce, or 1,50 ccnts if jiaij in fil moriths. Companics on stae routrs, or 1,50 If paid in sil monlhs. Thoss who take of Pmtridcrs, ... $2,00 2.00 3 5,73 S2.00 Corapaniea ana individuals ntr Uic rouie - . , or 1.50, if paid ln six mnnths. No papers discontinued unlil arreara?cs arc paid, exceot at tlie option nf th! proprietor. No payincnu W Carrlers aI.oived ex. ccpt ordered by thc proprietor. , All eommanicauons musibe addrcsscd to the editor Post Paid. THE SPORTMAN'S SONG. by thomas moobe. The dawn is breaking o'ei us, See, He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 June 1841

T H E M ID D L.E if U R Y P E Q P JL E 'S PR E:S But 03 it mav not cotnpori wiin tncviewi u. Congress to go into a rcvirsion nnd ndjustment oftht oistoms o long More the nct of March S. 1833. comes to Iiavo its linal anu pi-ruiuiK.-iu . , if i 1 1.1 ..?fxartriillr oneration. t'.io unuersigneu uuiu it1v-....j . - l,,iru inmer.tr. ns a temporary muisuiq ..r., nr-3o nnr cent. ad valorcm on a!l arti clcs wliich are now free from duty, or wliich p-iy a less dmy than 20 per ccnt. exccpt gmu and silver, and tho ariicles specit.iiy em ui.--icd in the 5th scctioa of tho act of Murch 2nd, i Old If this mcasurc bo ndopicd, It is cstimalcd that there will be rcccivcJ into thc 1 rcasury iv n..tom. m thn lnt nuartcr of thc present vcar, about S.rj,3U0.000; in ull f thc vcar lu4. "ubout 22.500,000: and the year 1S-1J, alicr the final icduction under thc act of March 2.1, te!tt Knnt J32n.S00.000. The dctails of tnis ostimate will ba found in thc accompanying pa--T,:rk..,l K nnd enclosurcs. !t is be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 June 1841

T H E M I D D LEBURY PEOPLES PRESS The "eneral European News.is devoid of in terest. "There is nottiing later from China uf the East Indies. Parliamentary Afiairs. Defkat or tqe Ministry. Tuesday evenm? May ISth, ihe debste on ihe su?ar duties was resumed, and on a dirision ihe niembi.-rs wcre, fnr ihe mntion. Commiltee of Ways and Means. . . .231 Against it 317 Majority against ftliuisters 3G May 24lh Sir Rnbcrt f'eel, in iho House of Gommons, rose to give tiotice of liis intention to move 0:1 the 27ll ult., ihe followin? mntion : 'That her Majesty's nunisicrs do not sufEci ently possess tlieconlidenccof llie liousc of Com mons t.i en.iblc ihcm to carry through the House .measures whicli thcy deera of esscniial impor tanee to the public welfare ; and thai their con- tinuance ffice, under sucli circunstanres, is at variancc wiih the spritof the constitution." (This was reeeivcd with Iong and loud shouts from the oppasition.) The House Ihen went tntn commiltcc of ways and ineaii?, an...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 June 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY PEGPLE'S PRE S S . HAKTjPORD . , riUlE subscriber has bcen appointcd 1 Agent Tor the HARTFORD FIIIE NSHJlANCE COMPANJT, for Middle bury and vicinity, and will receive propo :ils for insuring propcrty against loss or lamage by Fire. The long established reputation of this company, nwl the promptness with which all their transac lions have been characlerised render it unnecessary lo say anything in its favor. All business connectcd with the office in trusted to him will bc failhfully and punc tually transacted. JOXATHAN IIAGAR, Asent. Middlebury, Feb. 28, 1S4I. 42;Iy MANUFACTUMNG, CLOTHDRES SING AND WOOL CARDIMQ. THE subscriber will continue to carry on the above business at the old stand of O Jewett Esq. where he will be happy to serve his oldpatrons and tho public gcnerally. Having fittcdtup hisdnachinery in the besl possible manner, he feels safe in assuring thein ihat their work will bedone in the best manner, and on the most reasonable terms. EDVVAttD JEWETT. New H...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 June 1841

V. flChc JtttiMwtf. flJttS. H. BELL3....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT, JUNE 22, 1841. VOLUME VI, fttJMBER 7. The PxaPLE'3 Press ij printed in the Brick Building JVorth endof theBridge, by EPIIRAIM MAXHAM, ly whom all orders for prinling Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards, S,-c, ofcvery descripiion,u:ill be neatly and fashionably execulcd, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Villaire subseribers Mail subscribers, ...... Individuals and Companics who take Bt the oflice, or 1,50 ccnta if paid in six months. Companies on stage routes, .... or 1,50 if paid in six months. Thnse Who take of Postriders, Companies and individuals off the route $2,00 2.00 81,75, $1,75 $2,00 1,75 or l.ou. n paid in six mnntns. NopapersdiscontinuedunUlarrearagcs are paid, except at the option of the proprietor. Tio payments to Carriers allowed ex. ceptordered by tbc pioprietor. AI! communieations mustbe adilresed to the editor Post Paid. From the Episcopal Recorder. TEMPERATE DRINKING. ' Tis but a d...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 June 1841

eomplcted aud in full operation they will probalyadd more than a ihousand inhabi tanlsto the.populalion ofour city and in crcase itswealth to theamount of several hundred thousand dollars. So much can be effectcd by the cnterprize of one indi vidual when righlly directcd. Strangers and others-who may wish to visit ihe tunnel above referred to. can do so ina few minutes, as it is not morc than a-mi!p from anv of the prinoipal hotels. Troy Whig. Froc Ihe Vermont Watchmaa. COUNCIL OF CENSORS. The Council met in the Sennte Chamber on Wednesdav last, and organized by the nppoinU mer.t of Hon. Joseph U. rarnsworin i rcsi. dcnt pro Umpore, and Hon. Gordon Newell Secretary pro tcmpore. Pre-ent. Hon. Martin C. Drming Auslin Birchaft Gordon Newcll, John A- Pratt. Ljther Carpenter, Peter Slarr, Heman Allen, flezckiah H. -Rccd, Jo's. 1). Farnsworth, Alva R. Frchch, Wallis Mott, On rnolion of Mr. Allen, the Sarg'eant-at-nrms Arnis was- requestcd.to altend the Coun. cil by himself or deputv. On m...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 June 1841

T H E 3IIfPp LEBUR&Y PEOPLE'S PRESS-. of thc Sonthern Locos joined, to-day, in a ! spirit of inischiel-maKing. to ouiam a i e-uuu-sideralion, and they enabled Mr. Wise to succeed by a vote of 10G to 104. Tlns ma jontv is small, but it will be strcnglhened by thc arrival of threc Loco members ex pected to morrow from Alabama. Mr. "Wise's triumph is completc. Tiie fruits of his victory are, as clatmed, the annulment of the rules, thc abolition of the commit tees appointed by thc Speaker the annul ment of thc clecllon of officers and of cvcry act done in pursuancc of the rules-thc vyith dothval from the files of the llousc of thc abolition pctilions prcscntcd on Saturday thc cstablishmentpf the rights of the South, m rcard to abolition petitions, on apcrnia nentbaMs thc promotion of dissension betwcciTlhe Northern and Southcrn Whigs the formation ofa Southcrn party thc cmbarrassment or defeat of thc measures of the "Whigs :and, in short, univcrsal and wide-sprcad agitation, confusi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 June 1841

The Lion ofthe Day- THEOLDDUTCHOR GERMAN VEGETABLE PILLS. Vor sale & M00 MuUlelvrs, Vt. . Tolhe Citizens ofthe United States and HCit .1 J i, rewictfully submitted tLii Directory to the WVottPri.boTe thato.heaUb, andTna knows'better how'to prize the btasmg .than thMowho havc been deprived of it It an old d- ithwJpSri for lhe attacks of that siealthy lur M" f ffie" U would be wisdon. to observe his king toe, uiscase. " which he an- k'D - " well U form in wh.ch he ap- him with those means S flfeet his ove.throw. Tno mns atenow before .this enlightened and m tXlnt cammunily. They aie accessible to tbe poor wJn s the rich. and Itiust that those who regard ?he Con'ti ulion ofman as one of the finest 'peeiucns DWfae wo.kmanship. and the Las by wh'ch that Svstem Ha'OTemed3nd directed. as onginating m no XThan m the conndbof Heaven, will sofarobey the injunctmns of the latier as to provide the best safe euird for the fo.mer. .... t U with tbe most flattenng recommendations, sub cnbed by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 June 1841

II. BELL3....EOitor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JUNE 29, 3841. TOLUME VI. NU3VIBER 8 The Peopix's Press is prinled in Ihe Brick Building JVorlh endof IheBridge, by EPIIRAIM MAXHAM, bywham all orders for prinling Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards. -c, of evcry description,cUl be ncally andfashionably execuled, al shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Villace sufocribf rs, Aailu!)cribfT9( ...... Individual and Cnmpanieo wlio lake at the office, or 1,50 ccnis if paid in eix montlis. f mpanics on Mage muirs, .... r 1.50 if paid iu frix monlhs. Those who take of I'oitrid n, ComiiaMi-3 and iiuliviilttals oir thc route fr I.o0. if uaid in six mtintlia. 52.00 2.00 51,75, $1,75 53,00 1,75 Nopipers di4cntitiimed unulariearajrcs arc paid, ciceot at Ihe n;itim nf th proprielor. Tio paynienlsto Carricrsallun-ed c. cept ordcml Uy Ihe pioprielor. All comm'jtiicatlnns ninst be adlrps?d to lhc editor I'oit Taid. I'VE TIIRO WN THE BOWL ASIDE. tVKITTEN BV A T.ECLAIMED INEBRIATE. l've thrown the bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 June 1841

INTEREST1NG FROM FLORIDA". St. Augustine, June 13 1841. COACOOCHEE TAKEN AND SHIPPED, TOs mnmiiw lhe i.teamerJl3aston, Capt, rrom Fort PieTce. brinning the highly grattfying intelligcnce of tlie capturo of .hc notorwus marauaer, ooacopcnee, wun warriors, thrce nogroes and a boy, who were fi.nhwSih ilunnnd in New Oileans, on board li.e Schooner Walter M., Copt. Tliompson ;vnmdri;ntpiv. This canturo is most imDOrtant to our part of tlio country. "Short Grass,' anothor marauder, who wcnt r-nlmnt" witK Coacoochec. was in the neigh- borhood of Fort pierce. A scout with a guidc U,11r,nn m hi fniMmnment. and hoposare en. nnd his n&nz wiU bd talfcn rtlso. Office of tiie News ,1 St. Ausustine, June 12, 1841 WILD CAT TAKEN Tlio steamer W. Gaston. Capt. Grifiin, ar- rivcd this rnorning, from Fort Piercc, with Col. Gatcs, Capt- Wade, Lieut. Brown, and a com puny of Artilery, who had gone a few days since, with the view of laking Wild Cat. Orders hsd alrcady been dcspatchcd to fllnjor Childs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 June 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY PEOPLE'S PRESS. contest durin tho last ten or twelve years in rcspect to the constitutionul powcr of Congress, whlch has been marked by so much anirnation nnd biiterness, a forbearance to cxcrci3e tho nower would be a virtual surrender ofthe power ; Jt a oanK wcro 10 Dfi crcateu, wnose opcrauons uiuugm u cjpcuicm iu uiww u iu ueai m iur withis the limils ofthe States wcre dcpsndent 1 .cign bills of exchange, which ars tho barome not upon thc will of Congress, but upon thc will . tcr'of the state of our foreign trade. of each Slatc, separatoly announccd, the crea- tion of such a bank would add another to tho ltst of disastrous cxperiments, and would be lantamount to a relinquishment of the national power, and it cou!d never be rcsumed. The powcr of tho Federal Government is only to be found in the rants of the Constitu. tion. Ifthev are inadequato to the fulfil. mcnt of the great purposes of its estnblishment, thev canonlv be increased in the mode of i umendmcnt wliich...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 June 1841

The Lion ofthe Bay. THE OLB DUTCI1 OR GERMAN VEGETABLE PILLS 7.',w -ale bu S. Moody, Middlebury, Tt. 4 "ct;Zen5ortheU,iiedSUteS.and theCana rl u -osp.-sirally subuiilted tt.is Direclorv ; to the m,S ftr I' ..ing mat which hubrcn paitially, and ;" VS.ouortod above Ihat o. he.llfa. ..nd . J fc wws belter how to prire Ihe bies,.ng, ihan Tho, wha luve been depnred of U? . U " J f inl o" Ihat conUms a wUe injunction ) "in m ? .m'nts to scan well Ihe form in which he p movcmants, io sc-n hosa means iSZjent caioaunlty. They e cc M iMe to the poor w ll -s f.ie rih, and I tiusl tlut tho'c w.io rigard ?h e C n" tionof'man ascne of the finest spec unen. of D .-..,kiai..sh:p, a.U the Laws by wh-ch lliat o, . .ntheroi.r.c.iiOlHeaven.wi fofarobcj . ...ii3 of the Ltter as to provide thc b:st safe- "jt. '"'G former. ! ;1t!icmt.strittcr:nsrecoraracnd.itionssu!i , r i,.i,tcm.n ntMedicalGei.Ucmen not only ItI t "rotrv but aUo in Ea:ope : Hat I oflir this vanuu. - Med.ine to this American Pcople. T . a...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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