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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 December 1840

fee ftrfttgtw flvtt PvtfH. MOT THU GLORY OP OJBSAKi n t u . . . . mm ' - - " M or -soma. UI U- 0. o 1 A 1 I LEATHER Ac Tim subscriber lias received ami is now receiving from New York, n Inn n. Bortiucnt of Leather, Hoots and Shoes in addition to his former stock, consisting of ilia following articles 100 Sides Solo Leather, a superior articlc.frce from 30 Heavy Cow Hides, water, 10 Sides Harness Leather, 10 11 Black Bridle do 10 Doz. Sheep linings, i " South Sea Seal Skins, I " Grained Leather, 1 Caso Men's Superior Calf Boots sowed, war anted, 3 I. it Thick Boots, heavy at 82,50 per pair. 1 Boy's ' " " 187 " 1 " Small Hoys " " ,n " Together with Kids, Kips, Shoo Thread, Prunella Cotton and Linen Webbing, Blacking, Shoo Brnshcs, Ladies French Kid Slips, and a general assortment Of Misses and Childrens Slips and Walking Shoes, All of which will be sold low for cash. II. C. STIMSON. N. H. Wanted, a few bushels of Buckwheat, Rye and Corn. 12. J. STIMSON, Agent. Burlington, Oct. W, 1810...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 December 1840

THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS, PRESIDE NT'S M E S S A G E . fellow Cikimh of the Scimlr, and of the Ifousc of Uepmenlativeu Our devout gratitude is duo to the Supreme Being for having graciously continued to our beloved country, through the vicissitudes of another year, the invaluable blessings of health, plenty and peace. Seldom has this favored land been so generally exempted from the ravages of disease, or the labor of the husbandman more amply rewarded ; and never before have onr relations with other countries been placed on a more favorable basis than that which they so happily occupy nt this critical conjneture in the affairs of the world. A rigid and persevering abstinence from all interference with the domestic and political relations of other states, alike dHC to the genius and distinctive character of our government and to the principles by which it is directed ; a faithful observance, in the management of our foreign relations, of the practice of speaking plainly, dealing jus...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 December 1840

I'RI DAY MOHNIN O, DECEMHER 18, 19 10. COMMON SCHOOLS. It is well known that our schools aro defec tive and need improvement. In order to this, - they should receive more attention ; they should be tho caro of every man who means to ho a practical republican, and wishes to perpetuate our free institutions. Hut is it so 1 Is it not a melancholy truth, that, in too many instances, our scools aro wholly neglected, or made a sec ondary object 1 This ought not to bo. The best way to correct any evil, is to learn the facts in the case. To tnako a beginning, it has been thought advisable to have moro perfect returns of tho children. The law provides that tho clerks in each school district shall ascertain and make a list annually of the children which may be in his district, on the first day of January, be tween the ages of four and eighteen, with the names of the heads of families', and the number of children in each. To do this correctly, the names of the children should be given, and the...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 December 1840

"He touched liis harp, nnd nations heard, cntrnnccd." THE INQUIRY. Tell mo ye winding winds, '('hat round my path way rear, Do yc not know some spot Where mortals weep no more Some, lono and pleasant dell, Some valley in the west, Where, free from toil and pain, The wonrv soul may rcstl The loud wind dwindled to a whisper low. And sighed for pity, ns it answered, "No I" Tell mo thou mighty deep, Whose billows round mo play, Know'st thou some favored spot, Some island far away, Where weary man may find The bliss for which he sighs, Where sorrow nctcr lives, And friendship never dies 7 The loud waves rolling in perpetual flow, Stopped for a while, and sighed to answer "No 1" And thou, sercriest moon, That with such holy face, Dost took tfptfn ffio earth Asleep in night's embrace Tell me, iff all thy round, Hast thou not seen some spot, Where miserable man Might fmd a happier lot 7 Behind a cloud, the moon withdrew in wo, And a voice sweet but sad, responded "No!" Tell mo, my secret so...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 December 1840

fee torn fpj. NOT VMM I L O I V OF O JC S A R, BUT TBS W L T A R O F BOM BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1840. VOL. XIV.... No. 29. LEATHER Ac Tho subscriber has received and ia now receiving from Now York, a largo as sortment of Leather, Hoots and Shoes in addition to his former stock, consisting of the following articles in part t 100 Sides Sole Lcnthcr, a superior article, free from 30 Heavy Cow Hides, water, 10 Sides Harness Leather, 10 " Black Bridle do 10 Doz. Sheen linings, 2 11 South Sea Seal Skins, 1 " Grained Leather, 1 Case Men's Snpcrior Calf Boots icwod, war anted, 3 ' " Thick Boots, heavy at $2,50 per pair. 1 " Boy's 11 " " 1,87 '5 1 " Small Boys " " 1,22 " Together with Kids, Kips, Shoo Thread, Prunella 'Cotton and Linen Webbing, Blacking, Shoe Brnshcs, Ladies French Kid Slips, and a general assortment 'of Misses and Childrcns Slips and Walking Shoes, 'all of which will be sold low for cash. II. C. STIMSON. N. B. Wanted, a few bushels of Buck...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 December 1840

THE SPY IN WASHINGTON. Washington, Dec. 12. The message is before you. It is a tamo document. Hut it is in unison, in that particular, with tho feelings of the party. A more subdued et of men you novor have seen. A small band, whon they arrived, were moroso and surly, but on hearing tho echo of the palace, their lone and manner wore suddenly changed. This, by men of experience, was to bo anticipated. Those, generally, who arc most haughty and overbear ing when they possess power, are most plianf and most humble in adversity. The Loco Foco party may now bo considered as disbanded. They appear thus to view thoir own situation. If Mr. Van Huron had been re-elected, such a system of intolerance and proscription would have pervaded tho country, as no man over im agincd, none would have been permitted to hold office but such as could have produced testi monials, not only of fealty, but of works per formed. Many of tho friends of the administration give evidence of willingness to submit to...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 December 1840

nd lie says tliat if it had not boon for Gen. Jack on a veto of various internal improvement schemes by Congress, tho general government would now have been as much in debt as tho States arc. This is all nonsense. Nobody over proposed that tho general government should borrow money in Europe to prosecute works of improvement, or borrow it any whero for that purpose. Under Mr. Adams tho policy was to appropriate whatever money might bo in treasury beyond tho expenses of tho government and beyond the amount annually set apart as a sinking fund (ten millions a year) to pay the National debt. This safe way of getting along was abandoned, and tho States were told they must make their own improvements. They commenced accordingly, and the predicament they are now in is one resulting from tho veto of internal improvements by President Jackson. 03" Wo have i rare dish of the marvellous-, this week. Murders, suicides, and accidents in pro fusion ! General Harrison arrived at Cincinnati on the...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 December 1840

"He touched Ins harp, and nations heard, entranced." "THE SWEAT OF THE POOR, AND THE 11LOOD OF THE URAVE. DV TAtlK BENJAMIN. " Oidd is. in its last analysis, the sweat of the poor nd the hlood of the brave. Joseph Xapoleon. Waste treasure like water, ye nolle and great 1 Spend the wealth nf tho world toincrcasc your estate) Wo ui your temple of marble, and raise Columns and domes tint the people may Raze And wonder at beauty so gorgeously bIiowii Hy subjects more rich ( linn the kinjr on his throne. Lavish and squander for why should yc save The sweat of the poor and the blood of the brave 7 Pour wino into goblets, nil crested with gems Wcarpeailson your collars and pcarlson your hems; Lot diamonds in spledid profusion outvie The invriad stars of.n tropical skyt Though from the night of the fathomless mine These may be dug at your banquet to thine, Little care vo for the chains of llio slave The sweat of the poor and the blood of the brave. Heboid at ynurgntes stand the feeble and o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 January 1841

tee mtiinn fv&t fto, NOT THE GLORY OP O JB S A R , BUT TUB WELFARE OP ROME. BY1L 13. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1841. VOL. XIV....No. ao. LEATIIBH .1iCThe subscriber lias received and is now receiving from New York, a Inrgc as sortment of Leather, Hoots and Shoes in addition to his former stock, consisting of tlio following articles in parts 100 Sides Solo Leather, a superior articlc,freo from 30 Heavy Cow Hides, water, 10 Sides Harness Leather, 10 " Ulack Uridlo do 10 Doz. Sheep linings, 2 " South Sea Seal Skins, 1 " Grained Leather, 1 Case Men's Superior Calf Boots sewed, war anted, 3 ' " Thick Boots, heavy at $2,50 per pair. 1 Boy's " " " 1,871 " 1 " Small Boys " " 1,22 " Together with Kid, Kips, Shoo Thread, Prunella Cotton and Linen Webbing, Blacking, Shoo Brnshcs, Ladies French Kill Slips, and a general assortment of Misses and Childrens Slips and Walking Shoes, all of which will bo sold low for cash. 11. C. ST1MSOX. N. B. Wanted, a few bushels of Buckw...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 January 1841

r- t I mm ikbou FOREIGN. Tho steam ship Acadia, which left Liverpool on the 4th December, arrived at Boston, on tlio Ulst. She brings intelligence of the safe deliv ery of tho Queen of England, of a daughter, on the 21st of November. Also of tho capture of the celebrated St. Jean D'Acre, after a bombard ment of three hours, which however, would not have oxncllcd the L'arrison. probably, had it not been for a tremendous explosion of one of the magazines. It appears scarcely doubtful, moreover, that tho Pacha of Egypt has found himself under the necessity of yielding to the requirements of the allied powers. The accounts to this effect arc positive ; and indued it is difficult to conceive, under existing circumstances, of his adopting any other course. There is no later intelligence from China. The blockade, of Canton has been officially pro mulgated in Europe. The treaty between Groat Britain and Texas was signed by Lord l'almerston and Gen. Ham ilton, on the 101 It of November. The ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 January 1841

euMomcrs. People of courso like to purchase undj; these circumstances, and the system of advertising murine them that such circumstances exist in tin Dirticular shon. thev select it accordingly. Such ore the opinions of the old tradesman alluded to, and they trc certainly supported hy fact for whenever an ex Unsirc or regular system of advertising is practiced, ind no backd rawing or unconqucrahlo circumstance oxist. it is usually seen to he attended with a considc rable share of success. One feature in the philosophy of the subject must bo carefully attended to. A faint and unfrenucnt system of advertising docs not sue- eeed even in proportion. "Drink deep or taste not the Pierian Snrinn." Our observation fully corroborates this thco- ry. Asa general rule, within the circle of our acquaintance, those who have advertised Irceij, have been most successful in trade. There is now and then an instance, to be sure, whore from local circumstances, or the fact that there was no competition...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 January 1841

. S ;VJ,7.iM ie'f"vI. UNT.XA f-n kl M'AMi I' I?,7A5Gto "lie touched his harp, nmt nations heard, cntrnnccd." Tin: C0MI2T. BY OUVEH WESDEl.t HOLMES. The Comet ! Ho is on hit way And singing ns tic Hies) The whizzing planets shrink beforo The spectre of the skies s Ah I well may regal orbs bum blue, And satellites turn pale, Ten million cubic miles of head, Ten billion leagues of tail I On, on by whistling spheres of light, He llahesaml he Haines i Hoturnsnot to the kit nor right, He asks them not tlii.tr names ; One purnfrom his demoniac heel Away, nway they lly, Where darkness might be bottled up And soldfor "Tyrian dye." And what would happen to the land, And how would look the sea, If in the bearded devil's path Our earth should chance to be? Full hot and high the sea would boil, Full red tholoresls gleam i Mr thought I saw and heard it all In a dyspeptic dream I I saw n tutor lake his tube The Comet's course to spy ; I heard a scream the gathered toys Had slewed the tutor'.t eve ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 January 1841

NOT TUB Q L O R T OF 0 JB S A B CT THE WBLFABB OP BOMB. -,- r ' --- BY II. B. STAGY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY P, 1841. VOL. XIV....N0. 3i. LUAT1II2H &c.--Thc subscriber lias received and is now receiving from New York, n large as sortment of Lcathe", Hoots and Shoes m addition to liuforin-r stock, consoling of the following articles '"tW Sides Sole Leather, a superior arliclc,frc,c from 30 Hc.ivv Cow Hides, water, 10 SideHarness Leather, 10 " Ulnck Hridlo do 10 Doz. Sheep linings, . 2 " South Sea Seal Skins, I " Grained Leather, 1 Case Men's Superior Calf Boots sewed, war Kitted, , .,. 3 ' " Thick Hoots, heavy at S2,n0 per pair. 1 " Hoy's 1 1,3" " 1 Small Hoys " " ,V1 " 'Together with Kids, Kips, Shoe Thread, Prunella 'Cotton and Linen Webbing, lllickmg, Shoo Urn-dies, Ladies French Kid Slips, and a general assortment of Misses and Childrens Slips and Walking Shoes, all of which will be sold low for cajdi. STIMSQX v !. Wanted, a few bushels of lluckwheat, Rye mid Cor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 January 1841

FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARYS, 1811. Washimotom, Dec. 29lh. Atiumplion of State Debts State Stocks Iaxo 'oca Economy Natal Pension SStrtlctI'rt emnlion IJitl Proceedings in the Stnatt. The Houso of Representatives has been the theatre of interest to-day, instead of the Senate Chamber, The prominent nctor upon the public stage, lias been tho venerable Ex-Prcsidcnt John Quincy Adam?, 1 he audience wasvery large, and the play one of un common interest. The first business was the clearing of the Speaker's table of the bills which had passed the Senate ami accumulated there. The next was the reference of a petion from th good citizens of Mas. tachusetts, praying for the establishment of n General Bankrupt Law, which found its way to the committee on the judiciary. Tho third movement was in dispo. sins of the unfinished business of Thursday last, the Pre-emption system in perpetua, ns proposed by a member from Illinois. The taking upon this bill ended with the session of Thursday, and the acti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 January 1841

fl AWDI.ES. by llie box or finale lb, for Hale by XJ dlB. OHO. PETERSOX. JlirAIiTON'S VERMONT REGISTIUI, formic fW by C. GOODRICH, Also for sale at the Paper Mill in Milton. Dec WOKM 1.0KX1JS. , , ,, "PHIS valuable article ii ihuly establishing itself as -L ihe best medicine for the exlerpation ami rihefel Worms in children. Notwithstanding that there are other I nenges cried lip fur this complaint, purchasers nro warranted in the good efficiency of these. At Wholesale and Retail by T. A. PECK & CO. Sign of the Mortar. TO HUNTHoonis for a small family, near tho square. II. LEAVENWORTH. Dec. 21,1810. rpiIK attention of tho afflicted is called tothe nrticlo .L "Hay's Liniineiit,"advcrlisedin another column. J24 THEO. A. PECK & CO. WALTON'S VERMONT REGISTER AND FARMER'S ALMANACK for 1811. .for sale at tho Hook Store. D. A. HRAMAN. Dec. 21. 1840. Valuable Hooks lor Holiday V.HU. MRS. WALKER ON FEMALE BEAUT , as preserved and improved by regimen, clean mess and dress, illustrated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 January 1841

a inns iL'ariKB? V "He touched his harp, nnd nations heard, entranced." THE STOLEN INTERVIEW, ov c. m. ntzcEn.vLP, esq. I'm off, dearest Lily to-morrow, I'm oll'hy the mail with Sir Hugh ; Hut to-night I w.ll manage to borrow An hour to steal over to you. I'll come when die evening is closing, I i-annnt will (jet oil' before. I'll conic when thcold lady's dozing, Ami you can steal out to the door I Oh t.ilv I I'm longing to meet you i S'ou'lUoinn won't you come, if you cam And, doHest, do let ma entreat you To tie n ilhntfieice little Fan ! When I stole hy aunt t loin, I met her. In-.! 'Pucsita;, I cannot tell how, And, in passing, I almost upset her, The hide wietc.li made such a row! Remember, to-night, when s' c doo s, To moeber eriitch out of the way ; . And the dour, too, creak- so when It closes, Do oil it it little to-ihv. It's so Ion" since we've met, I m afraid you Have seen some ngieeable man ! And I know, when l'iii gone, they'll persuade you, To love jine one else, if yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 January 1841

WOTT H B QLOST OF O A S A B , BOX THE WBLTAHB OP HOME. BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1841. VOL. XIV....No. 32. I LEATHER &r. The subscriber lias received and is now rocoivinst from New York, a laree as sortment of Leather, Boots nnd Shoes in addition to his former stock, consisting of the following articles In part : 100 Sides Sole Leather, a superior atticle.frec from 3o Heavy Cow Hidc9, water, 1U Sides Harness Leather, 10 " Black Uridle do 10 Doz. Sheep linings, 2 " South Sea Seal Skins, 1 " Grained Leather, 1 Caso Men's Superior Calf Boota sewed, war anted, 1 ' " Thick Boots, heavy at 32,50 per pair. 1 " Boy'a " " " 1.87J " 1 " Small lloys " " 1,22 " Together with Kids, Kips, Shoe Thread, Prunella Cotton and LincnWebbing, Blacktop, Shoe Brushes, Ladies French Kid Slips, and a general assortment of Misses and Childrcns Slips and Walking Shoes, all of which will be sold low for cash. H. C. STIMSON. N. B. Wanted, a few bushels of Buckwheat, Rye nnd Com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 January 1841

FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY IB, 1041. POLITICAL ASPECTS. Washwoton, 30th Dec. 1840. By a report of the Secretary of the Treasury, under date of the 23d December, it appears that in the beginning of August appropriations were suspended, amounting to about $1,700,000 ; and that on or about the 8th of November ttie Sec rotary of the Treasury notified the President " that the temporary postponement of certain " appropriations made by you on the 4th of Au "gust last, under two acts of Congress passed " in July preceding, can now be terminated with "safety to tiio public credit." This recommen dation was approved by the President. It does not appear, however, that any expenditures havo subsequently been made in consequence of such recommendation and approval ; and it is believed that none have been made, but that this is an other attempt to mystify the money aflairs of the country, and to hide from vulgar gaze the em barrassed, if not bankrupt condition of the Treasury. One million seven hund...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 January 1841

CABINET WARE. The subscriber has rcsum- "pO RENT Hooms for a small family, near tha d Ihe Cabinet business al the old shop on Church A square. H. LEAVENWORTH. utreet, formerly occupied by Nichols A llcrricK, ana ucc. u, 1B4U. recently oy u. k. walker, wnero no intends to manu facture and keep constantly on hand all kinds of T"; attention or tho afflicted is called to tho article 1 THRO. A. PECK & CO. PintVPT Pf llltff'Tltnt? ...... r. nnnlilu inferior to any manufactured in this vicinity. He ail hopes his long experience, together with a strict atten tion to the busincsss, will secure him a share of the public patronage. CfWANTED in exchange for Cabinet Work, Birch na ai clank, boards. oavmenL (hut cash would be vcrv acceptable. l Burlington, Jan. 1, 1941. SAMUEL NICHOLS. Valuable nooks for Holiday Gifts S. WALKER ON FEMALE BEAUTV. as preserved and improved by regimen, cleanliness i i j apie scantier., suitable tor oedsicadsi onsswooa r,r i": . j T " ..Zi -ii. rv...l . . , and b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 January 1841

lie touched his harp, and nations liunril, entranced." A PICTURE. Th farmer sat in his easy etiatr, Smoking his pipe cf rlny, Wliilo his hale old wife, with busy care, Was clearing the dinner away. A sweet littlo girl, with fine blue eye, On her grand-pa's knee was catching flies. The old man placed his hand on her head, With a tear on his wrinkled face. And thought how often her mother dead Had sat in the cry same place. As the tear stole down his half-shut eve. "Don' t smoke," said the child "it makes you cry!" The homo dor; lay stretched ont on the floor, Where the sun, after noon, used to steal, The busy old wife by theopendoor, Was turning the spinning wheel s And the old brns3 clock on the manfletrea Hud plodded along to almost three. Btill the farmer sat in his easy chair, While close to his heaving breast, The moistened brow and the head so fair, ' Of bis sweet crand child were prestj His hr-nd bent down on her soft hair lav- Fast asleep were they both on that summer day I C...

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