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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 April 1837

It M HCEHTIX 0h. HI- BRATTLEBORO, Vt. APRIL 21, 1837. NO. 33. pbliiliecl cry r riuay .Horning, ujr WiM. K. RYTIIEIt. . .ii.it JU1.. i...tt f R..V.1.2 lull iu"UM, "- w...cw dime . w . v. . M t- ...l.d.r!liirfl Tun Dnlttim n vrur t-rr:i:: .i. I1 1 t. V,. jtiaKiinl Inntl until n Iheonlion ofltie tiublirlicr mn . :l mi.il tin nn.l.haitl or tliev will not l,,e ultenhcm. All kllHl l JtM l ilt' I IlL-ailJT CACCUV . . (... u ml mi uiuucruiu w ' U i&on pun t Me Editor of the Phmnix: -. i i i hrm Sir I have cncioseu iwo nuuiurrs oi W" . ..... tlin dtlim! nl S nviiri' 'v of Princeton, Dutler County, Ohio, who I .),, ut IS years m iuii'u in uuim i !(.. mil . UUl WIIU IP u iiuiitc ui tin ' .imilliiiA li.iirn linnl, nmnl ... m nnunuiiiwia imii't it intimate acquaintance with the system I...,, ii ihe South, and judging from these numbers his object appears to he to give public a knowledge or the facts in the his- of the slave system ; and to remove if BIc the hatred anu prejuuire ngainsi in U ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 April 1837

Letter of Hon. Abbott Lawuencc of Boston, in answer to an invitation from u number of hi constituent to attend a public dinner. Boston, March 25, 1837, Gontixmen, , Your letter of the- 22d inst. I received Inst evening, inviting inc,.in behalf of a number of my late constituents, to accept of a Pub lie Dinnerwhich you have been pleased to soy is tendered to me us a testimony of re spect for my private, and an upproval of my public charurctur. This unexpected demonstration of esteem and confidence, coming from those, with many of whom I have been associated for years, even from the day that 1 first entered this city, n poor, unknown, and friendless boy, fills ino with the deepest sensibility, and demands my most grateful and profound ac knowledgments, When I accepted the high and important trust of representing this District in Con cress. I well knew the responsibility 1 had assumed, and did not take it upon myself withdut much Bolicitude, distrusting my abil ity to fulfil the reason...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 April 1837

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Maiich 8. UNITED STATES' (NORTH AHEIUUA) 1JOUNDAIIY LINE. Mr Robinson bogged to nsk the noblo the Clarcmonl Mgio. SHOCKING MURDER. ... i horrible murders in the . nmo was perpetrated last Friday Lord whether any progress had been made 1 the village of Contoocockvillu, in in tho scttleraont of tho question respecting " in this State. It appears that the U. Stnto3 Boundary Lino ? lllllW Titcomb and Russell, were nt Lord Palmorston said there had not. Tc,r5' i,fniriiher. when somo dis- The question wns still the subiect of com 11 i,i.vl'oii them as to the quality of munications between tho Governments of .irOSC B11" i t. - I T.i.. L..I! J .. .... ( .. 'l 'ilcoinu DUCUIIiU UIIIUKU UIU vu liuiuui n-a. uu utuuvuu mat UOlll J1"t g up a 'arSc c,"l5c' n" 'nstru- Governments wero actuated by an earnest "i Pin coopering, he struck Russell desiro to bring the matter to an amicable 1 k'ck of the head as he was bending conclusion, but difficulties had arisen, in part leV . The b...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 April 1837

WOMAN, Oti what ia woman I vliat her sniilol Her look of lovol her eyo of light I Whnt is she, if her heart revile Tho lowly Jesus. Love may writo Hi's nnmc upon her mnrlile brow, Or linger in her curls of jet Tho light spring-flower may scarcely boir llenenth her step nml yet, and yet, Without that meeker grace, she'll bo A lighter thing than vanity. TIIK DRUNKARD'S WIFE. The reader has probably heard of tho bcauti fill volley of Wyoming, situated in the state of l'ennsylvnnia, ami iiiroiign tno bosom 01 which Hows the windinir, calm, and silvery Susque hanna.- Here, n few years ago, in one of the delightful neighborhoods of that fair vale, resi deil tho young, intelligent, and virtuous Fran ces. There, lier heart whs sought and won by a young man whose name was Guy Clark He. was a tinnier. Her friends labored hard ti save her from becoming a drunkard's wife. Out he had won her heart nml she would not withhold from him she loved, the hand which lie imnlorcd and which was hers to be...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 April 1837

ft-v .'-i v&.'twnl i . ! i-v ' . "L BttAfTIEBOHO, Yt, APIUL 28, 1837. . F ' ' m VERMONT riMENIX, rnbliiheJ eury rnday morning, by w 31 . K. ItYTIIB U . n ui.. I.. ! i ni. - , I il 2 lUll UUIiaing, Viu..i; uut.au t, . . II n f .mi To lingto ubscribcra Two Dollar n year, '.-r,r who receive tlioir papers at tho office. jrj No paper discontinued until J5uT (,rep,,exceptt tlicoplioh ori.ieptiulli.lier, Wen by mail mit to post-paid or they will not In. t trl llfllVTrVfi .).. ... , T.urt nulice unil on moderate term.. For tlic Vermont l'liu-ulx. BurLKn ConfJTV, Ohio, ' March t. 1837. it.. rif Sin : 1 closed tny last com ' ..,iinn hv an extract from thti orhriiia mum.., -j . ... i' .1 eT i ,-! rnnv ol liiu ueciarauon oi inuc i .rivu.h was lrMriiinousiviiunrove .i.r ttec. who Hftd been appointed lo ' .. u Kill tv ncn was suostnuomiy alio !i..tir:A-inoiit in committeoor this whole, . h.rj fiirinu iu iiiiimii ttirr vutv mm1 iia uvw . . . ' Af iH-tntiipcI in the ueciarnuon .bet i If -1 r .....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 April 1837

Jinil been looMiito, yon know. And now I lliuhk God had not lived i" vnin, since I Invvc prevented milch evil. Helen is your sister." , , ,, A , The- Englishman departed withoutscc ing Frnnl. Seldcn or his wife, but the next yirffErank'8.aeaj)orl.faclori8ent-him a pack ago containing, n set or splendid jewels, a pnfetjij lecithin from her brother. riiffiivix. Friday Morning, April 8, 1837. TiiESr-BciE Policy. We publish this week o highly' important article front tho government paper, on this subject Which may. oe supposeu tn dovelone the'scttled policy of the government. Tho remarks frOm another paper, prefixed to the article, place this policy,,in somo degree,, in Ita imlvoillous litrht. So Ve are to understand that "the author of the letter to Sherrod Wil liam" has. determined to redeem his pledge "to Walk in the footsteps of General Jackson," and the country is to he blest with nnolher series ofexneriments upon its business and currency. "VVo wish there were, no reasons to fear ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 April 1837

..r f . Ml. ton D'3 "v mitlfons. nnd of that, tho Bank of Ul' ' . i .Air ..Air- nnrt .Uol n nnd n half millions u a 10 say. , u , ;m1encndent of tlit menl 01 ., ... ... ,-!.. nil Inr nnlinu. J in ffd nu o. "-- , . inn nun-" . . ' . Minns nrcscriucu uv mu xur- rtrtlhe , hpnco the efforts ,f coll1 ..Irriild, DrinS "' TTJ,.1 Oln.n. ,va3 th0 1 r..f that institution to collect specie from lib t w" .it ; (iirtrt nvrnnnrrn nn Xvc Thus the country fl? ItlV " l.nrl n mnri I linn r.Uvrfo session. . ii " y ."";; IKKbI. horde. 1 nil 1,1 iwu.- l . a ....1 I. L of breaking tho local iraiiKs, uihi diu- ....1 .nni-nsion 01 specie pnyuiciiis atv"h,r millions of gold nnd silver an brinirs Ilnvro files to Mnrnli IR. inrlnoli-.. iidnii.nlo the town ilelit. tn-onit In nav n(f tho Tho Star furnishes tho following items of inl snow bills third to pdfehnso a farm fbr the of exchange: Hence me cnoris X iiih Sav ne lianic to rcvoito uiai or fthe Brit all . intorior.unii ahin CClSpvuic." whole lime of tho pow...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 April 1837

THE i r HINTS INiREGARD TO THE CORN CROP. The experience of the last two years has been sufficient to admonish us, that without due precaution, our crops of Indian corn will not pay for the labor bestowed on the culture; and yet, that where due attention has been paid to soil, manure, seed and har vesting, the return has been bountiful, not withstanding bad seasons. Having been uniformly successful in the culture of this crop, we feel justified in repeating some leading directions for its management. Soil. It is in vain to attempt to raise In dian corn, 'in this latitude, in seasons like the two last, upon stiff clays, or upon tbin soils of a looser quality reposing upon a clay or hardpan subsoil, or without manur ing for the crop : for although the plants will grow, the produce will not repay the ex pense of culture, unless they produce a good crop; and it costs but little more to take care of a good than a poor crop. The first are not adapted to the crop at any season. On thin soi...

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 May 1837

VERMONT PHffiNII. VOL. III. BRATTLEBORO, Yt. MAY 5, 1837. NO. 35. VEltltfoiVT PHE1VIX, Published every Friday Morning, by WM. E . UYTIIER. OSes No. 2 Hall V building, nearly opposite Chaie't alugo House. Ttrmt To iinirle subscribers Two Dollars a vear, To companies who rccciro tkrlr papers at (he office, 1 70 a year. C7 o paper discontinued until ar tarj(res are paid, except at the option of (he publisher, . Orders by mail must be post-paid or they will not receive attention. trip All kinds of JOB PRINTING neatly execut- cu nt short notice and on moderate terms. For the Vermont Phoenix. TO A FRIEND. 'Thou wilt forget me. Can it be, That souls congenial as ours, Are doom'd to feel, our eyes to see, RWeree of dies the MWttltr hours, adverse fortone cter comet ' Shall Time's sharp sword affection sererl While o'er a stranger's hills you roam, Thou'lt hear my voice no more forcer. Thou'lt clasp no more this angel form, And press no more this faded cheek; These eyps, that brighten in lif...

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 May 1837

r m r VERMONT FIME1YIX. as ,, Friday Morning, Mny G, 1837. Harm Timks. Tho scarcity of money nnd the "hard limps," form tho prevailing and all-absorbing topic of convocation on every hand. The papers from tho cities arc filled with accounts ol mercantile failures, nnd discussions upon tho causes and reme dy of tho present scarcity of money. Prop eitv of ovory hind is daily depreciating in value; produce is declining in prico; manu facturers-nra stopping tiicir worns; mer chants nre curtailiiiR their business; nnd all rrre striving to fortify themsolesas best they maw to resist the fury of the storm. Hun dreds of mechanics and operatives in the manufactories are thrown out of employment, nnd hundreds mor6 must soon beinthesame situation j nnd however farmers or any other class maybe now comparatively easy in the midst of the tempest, they must, sooner or la ter, feol the shock. Let no man flatter him self thnt tho storm will pass by and leave him unscathed. Hundreds oflhe most ex ten...

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 May 1837

wmmBtti I fr '"A Rurposo. Tho duty of tho Exccuti vo is rto'reiy lo execute tho will of the Peoplo thus expressed, nnd perform tho certain du ties assigned, being responsible to tho repre sentatives pf the People, subject to impeach ment by them, and removal from office. Even woro it practicable to submit a partic ular question, to the direct votoof tho People nt the ballot box, it would bo doviating from the theory of reprcscntativogovornmentj but surely, whero no such question is submitted, it is n groundless inference that it has been TOted upon. A President or Representative may bo roelected notwithstanding particu lar arts are universally disapproved, and this cither on account of undue popularity, or be cause the People hnve been pleased to weigh tho good Actions of the candidate against his bad ones?' Fnp Texas. The Texas Telegraph gives an account of a skermish between a Texan reconnoitering party and tho enemy, which lasted 45 minutes: the Mexicans Were beaten oft' with tho...

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 May 1837

I H ' 'Ha' iTliw fJrnmlmnther" 8BVS mv Unci addressing himself to young Arabella, just from JUOnuon, who wns piayiug mu uumt go, on the piano, "Thy grandmother, child," said he, "used to play on a much better instru ment than thine." Indeed,' said Arabella, 'how could it have been better? you know it is a most fashionable instrument, and is used by every body that is nny thing." ' "Your grandmother was something, yet she never saw n piano forte." But what was the name of the instrument! had it 8triinga, or was it played by keys?' 'You must give me timo to recollect the name, it wns indeed a stringed instrument, but it was played by the hand.' By the hand alone I How vulgar, but I pro test I should like to see one, and papa shall buy mo one when I return to London. Do you think he can obtain one?" 'No, you will not probably find one in Lon don, but doubtless they may bo found in some of the country towns.' 'How ninny strings had it? Must one ploy with both hands? and could oue play t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1837

11 i: i ol. in. BBATTLEBORO, Yt. MAY 12, 1837. NO. 36. It u LytrACT FROM Mil WEBSTER'S en in; and I have seen some sorvico, in that Ithorily. In giving this detail, rx SPEECH.. , ,.(. of warfare. compelled to sneak of tho lute I I shall be I crimnidli'd In flunnk nf tho Into Hnnlr of the . . . 1. ir..jl IK 1 QOy 1 .. m .nilfllfinn tn flin ntlnhlielimnnt nf" t It .0 I TTn.tn,l Oi..a t... T.l...lt 1. f .it.r.tn. DtMtnu. tiit :i .notvet of, Unlimited and Causeless removal. Ilenllir nnlv. Mw nnininn nf 5tu tililitv. nnd o 1 . I nnnlhor ..-i.-t.-inn Una Hpnn mil fnri I. ..- I .f il 1: U!li.. 1 ...til. i"" i - i t Mr V CnlltintieS aSl - . -- - r .. . - ' . . f .....-. I . it w vAimumitiui j uuiiiij uuu Dll.l0 i.im neasurcs of the day, wr v. mmm . vague, U is true, bqt altogether Unconstitu-Uvhich its affuirs were conducted, for mdny 0ions, ' .. uonai.anu icpuing to iiko aangorous results, years before tho termination ol its charter, iiii- in uninn loose, inueuniie. ana uniinnwn I is wi-M ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1837

i InlollifTiril man. In evrv lover of our constitu tional libertyare we under tho dominion of tho law? or has the effectual government ortho country, nl least, iif nil that regards tho great est interest of tho currency, been in a dingle hand? ... Gentlemen, I have done with tho narrative of events and measures. I havedono with tho history of these succcssivo steps in tho pro cress of executive power, toward n complete control over the revenue and the currency. The result is all now before us. Theso pre tended reforms, these extraordinary exercises of power from an extraordinary zeal for the good of tho people, what have they brought us to? In 1829, the currency was declared to bo nei ther wound nor uniform; a proposition, in my judgment altogether at variance with the fact, Vcause 1 do not believe there ever was a coun try, of equal extent, in which paper formed any port of the circulation, that possessed a cur tnnp.v ko sound, so uniform, so convenient, and so perfect in all respe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1837

. . 1 trt inl S"1 very (Ja 'tflvc depredations upon the dry '1 . . 'i'hpn mi ips. wncn 1 Kit, oliccccilcd In arresting a . f x wno nnvu uttn vy........ i"'- t...,;..i i'n mcr. ncic u'u"u r... .1 iiliu . . it . i !Ki h nncl rare," and dressed in i o ?flU" ,1 hv theso fair forn- ,th f tlio attention of the . ...fYKTPll UlU UHu.i"" r.haircu " . ,i,m- OWI1 1JCIM " 1 vi . .i i ti.ntt itrnrn inn iiuui'ii the rich uvj . .i i.m rnrn V.' ;.Vnf lone standing awl ...19 , which, "labnity-nnd many were me pen ffiVu they Jmwv1ct.u1.5ed V.U. Onfl OUl 01 Ulllli;! u.o muu l p -1 ..mur inr n r.niiiipr.Lifiii T- lvm - aj v ji..rnrr.ii. r r- ... F.MII.T LOST IW TUB OBOW.-T"" m rranci iiiuiu ii.... . ... 'TA.r nP'riMe. in Suffolk, related -hborn"" - -f T .nml.ctli street. ow7' ..i.,Vo in I he OSS 01 a WI10I0 nrtfUiaW rii"'- . .... . "FZwIlut, on Monday evening. . ...ifrrtlll t ieir iCBIuyiivw w ----- en1 e i ...i as titurn nvnr. ai . ... ... 1. . 1. .iniinii nnniiT 1 k thp snow, ivuii.1. ......niiinliii...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1837

rflf 3 afeySB&iar4.ti?,Wfe.3 a 1 ' TEMPERANCE HYMN. Composed by Miss Stella Phetpi for the An niiiersary of the Kerthaw District Tempe rance Society, S. Carolina, March 7, 1837. HYMN. Child of sorrow I May tho morrow Joy and lieht and gladness bring; Wliilo thy Bire, Willi low desire, . To deadly draughts no more shall cling. Lone ono weeping, Vigils keeping, While the husband quaffs the stream; Cense thine anguish, No more languish, Lo! fair Freedom's rising beam. Sec advancing, Joy enhancing, Prom the dust a runsom'd nation, Saved from sin and dissipation. Child of Jesus, Join thou with us, In this great, this glorious theme, Till the nation Hall salvation, From the pestilential stream. Then shall tears and sighing cease Then shall reign the Prince of Peace; Lo! he comes, in radiance bright, Ilobed in Liberty and Light. GREATNESS. DIAt.OOUE BETWEEN TWO ROMAIC MATKONS. Lucinia. I am the happiest wife in Rome, my Li vial Livia. I doubt it not; But there is Flaminia's wife, the o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1837

VERMONT PHCEWIX r-r -r BRATTLEBORO, Vt. MAY 19, 1837. I J. NO.. 37. Singe Home. ,twt" No ,,., li.ronlinu until or 1 jeM' ! I c cut nt Ihaoption of tlie pnbtMirr. "Zlot JOB I'RINTINO neatly cmcuI- Aottnoli" nl,J on moilernle lcrm. V,offltl'eu","'"i" rkilojophr oMVomnn's Ilollglon. A SKETCH. alutes. every passcngui, muj an uncivil answer, nu t WW) .-. rcreiVl! no saiuwuu ., . r - nmes to exchange uiv, lUlli-,"" . I .... 1 rt I find a kindly r a. niv. It costs, indeed, an oc- , ill --v - . . "Hod j ess von" 01 a nu- ifln,must surely nave iosi us au.u Irillnotpassin excl.ange for so small urimc of the (lay in Sen ate?, about two miles from the city Am.nnnt the "siooa morning- oi , nith a cordiality that evidently d me a favorable estimation with and as his occupation was before 'and mine was unknown, I put cerc i. .,,., W nktnir information HMUU 11. vnv.', J O ntinnrtpfi wiin a ninii. iniu r . i . :.... iv hi n i.o rmru nu j ...-. . 0- l.inirimon a tonic UIUI mus nil V I) 1'ilMll. ' As ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1837

Vrom ilia New York Jourrtnl of Commerco ofMaj 11. The Sitsutmion. its Elhcts, &-c The suspension of Specie payments by the Banks lias created a degree of cheerfulness on the countenances of our population, which wo have not seen for' weeks before. .Tlic cheerfulness is mixed however with much regret that a measure so injurious ns this is liable to be to tho credit of our city, Should havo been necessary. Every mer chant feels that his own reputation is mi plicated and must suffer, Unless the most vigorous measures arc adopted to restore soundness to tho currency, by the earliest possible return to specie payinpnls. JL lie merchants havo borne the agonizing pres sure which in the midst oi ample iortuncs broke them rapidly down one alter another, and although they knew that tho suspen sion on tho part ol tho JL.anks would atloru them relief, they preferred to bear the prcssurennd break under it, rather than that the central heart of. the moneyed ac tion should bo impaired. Never d...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1837

IIlGIiriY IMPORTANT. a .ice or tiik New Orleans Bke, 0'flcS MaV 5, 1837. rt of a Mexican brig of War by the Wurt0J Natchez. The schooner Climax, which arrived last . puts us in possession of tho follow LTlportant intelligence U S sloop of war Natchez, on the ( Vnril on" the Brasos St. Iago made If ?. i demand upon the Mexican author! ,for' 1 ler up and release the American ,ICV1 Julius Ca-snr, Chatniion, Leoiitdas, , " nihers whose names are not rccol rtf d.Sh M been illegally captured W?' 1 '.:, fleet, cruising, oil the coast V. KiKl.oof Texas.. To this 01 """".T turned. demand The Climax wns ... ...n ri'inrnei ? iv with the Natchez, nnd had been "To ' the Mexican fleet. A firing Viewed from the fort nnd the Mexf- n' Z Bravo, upon the Natchez and the on brig U'a ' nmlIlJ bni strucjr. .i,,. ..,.1 oil " -." .' . r- .l irrti uie port torwuru uie ,-m,tI. ilm-rlpojt intnthn . -.nir went iiiiuK" - - fortriss" 6- n nlan:. and caused ItllW"'" aimM.eainothroug r -,nfr went inn , starlet ' ....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1837

From the Western Monthly Magazine. MY HOME ON THE HII.L. Oh 1 my homo, my home is beautiful, Beneath the chcsnut shade! "With tho garden of-swect summcr-flowcrs, Where my gentle sisters played; These fields to mo have a richer green, Than nil tho world beside, A deeper gold havo the sunset clouds, And tho stars at even-tide. Here is my mother's pleasant eye, And mv father's shielding care And the friend whose voice in household love, Mingles with ours in prayer: By the casement where in girlish years I conned my light task o'er, With my student-brother bend I now O'er a page of classic lore. And here dwelt one with silver locks, But he has passed away. How fondly was that form beloved, These blinding tear-drops say; Ho held me oft in his aged arms, My head on his kindly breast I saw him die, when he passed away As a child to its cradled rest. Oh ! my home, my home is beautiful, With its skies and summcr-flowcrs; And many are its innocent joys, And its silent thoughtful hours; Ah! th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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