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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 June 1866

mi i mm n I fr i irw ii 1 11 n jminK 11:1 iriP'lF 11 ' ' ,1 1 1 bi 1 1 mi 1 1 .m,.i.i.m.. ,., .rTr. VOL,. XXXIV-TEW era 4- im rFO, .. fi.HKNEIMCT. " tnrroM a morair-rons. fbidav moemng juxe so. iscc. TUB STATU CONVISNTION. The Convention larger than might ban- teen expected, some three or four hun drei republicans being iu attends nee, drawn t aether as much to see each other and tall: over tLc numeroar senatorial, representative and personal questions which enter into this curious and complicated campaign in this State, as to attend to tbe legitimate business of the occasion. Mr. Koglesby is an excellent chairman, and presided with doc dignity, and iromnt despatch of business. Tbe nomination ot Cias. Smxkakd (who arrived at Montpelier that morning, unexpectedly to many, direct from Itoston, where he is still on duty,) for first vice presi dcnt.was received with universal favor, which changed to merriment, as Dr. Dewey rose and perpetrated tbe joke of the day by gravely nominating M...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 June 1866

TJ-IE BURLINGTON, YT. FEEE PKESfe. FEU)A1l MOENIK(i JrNI. 1- 0 -wt. jg 4l1rtfl 1 , JlJV llVCC 1 Uhh ' ly.V (Vf V- ' jp ! CEO. W..V G. CUES EDICT. ebitob r raorajaieas. FHIWAT HORN I M JCSl 29. 18C6. r.MO.V STATIC TICKBT ir Cwctw. 1'AtIL DILLIKGHAM, ef-tMTBOCST. ir IMrattKBKt Gtrmar : A. B. GARD.VEH, A. PAGE. or WITKUIL rousTV raarvBjjTlox tw I'imi ITiaalilnii Yotars cf Coonrj, irr rrqu. sted to meet io CcovsofioE. by their tUkxatr. at tbe CHy Hall, is Borlinpoc, on Saturday. Jut SOlh. 1866. at 11 o'clock. A. U.. t., i umlisMf aawatoasK fcr Senators aud Count; csneers for the rear emariwr, and to traaet saner baLiiwss dianaf urafcr m'Wn BKt. In cMifoeanty wMh Use rule latretafcre adopt ed, tle several towns wH! be entitled to dete- galea a Balsas : Boltoe, BartiataB. Char! Me, Semi, HiMwVarrgh. Hsnttmi'bsB, Jericho. Milton. Bwjwooad. SaesBwru. Sou'h Biiilmgtnn. 6:. Gears. Usrierbill. WMtaard, Wilhaton, s 12 6 8 e 7 6 10 6 6 6 0T with Whole Tbe delegates w21 pro r i WAITER A. WEED. "1...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 June 1866

THE BURXjINGTOjST Vt. PRKSS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JUNE 29, 186G. Lnvwios. June 23. c.i ban- hern arresled on Lk robbery, but ae of then, r; Hundred ol mwiiw8k.'- prial polices. UATCHELOR'SIIAIRIirE TUE BEST IS THE WORLD. Dannies, roll bla, Instantaneous. th only perfect dye No di. appointment, no ridksalout tioU, trua to nature I'CBLICHCAWII. THE PRESS. Advertising has Leon nroooaaced "aBdlcciCed' by the medical faculty. A hi llclan who adver- "lac or brown. Crnatitr is tigntt JTitlim A. On- tlsea a valuable rtmedy to Ofty people in his private tttttttUr. AIjo, Retenarated extract of mllle2enr iinisoiree ana wuutM me hair, preserrc bald neaa. Sold brail drnzrftti. Faetorv SI Barcelav t .11 AirsastsJIlS fTf is. sawTlJank t the - ltaWiee rtoti d r.cc' i c the cold auoulder from his It 16 cents tie left m tbe Uw r j prefl;MkBi, (hooW nl. iu Berl em time j knotrn to millions tBroogh the business columns of a uewjpeitr press. Ihia niaj ee "digninea, ui I H betir allot, humane, or jut Whoever...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 June 1866

THK BURLINGTON, VT.FEEE PRESS. PRIDAY MOE'NING JUNE dtJT 866 Kcligiuus Iutclligcucc. Tns Kltiwl in -Uurlbiton contiuucs without abatement or interest. Rev. Mr. Kirlc lia held meeting, twice a day during last week, for two days in tlie Baptist ChnrcH, nd the remainder in the Congre gational churches, which have- teen crowded with interested listeners. A number of hopeful conversions have occurred during the week, and the numbers who rife for Fpccial prayer ,ntinuc Iarc. Mr. Esrlc returned to lioeton on Monday, epcntiiii' a day in Brandon on tho way. The revival at Townehend still continue. Thirty-foHr rcrsons have Ircn baptiietl nnd iinitcl with the ISaptiet church. IIct. i. Goodcncush has accepted an invi tation to talc cknrpe of the Univcrtalift So ciety in East Jlootpriier. The following were among the tacts repor ted Ity the Committee on Statistic tit the lato McihixliM Convention in Itoetor. : la lHHJtbe Method iat niv 1 to ostty 211 people- in New England; ta 1S80, 1 to H; in 1...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 July 1866

mmmmmBmssmsmaammmUMtsmntmnssntmmmmmmmammtsasanmmsnmmnn NEW SERIES VOL XII BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, JULY G I8G6- VOL. NUMBER ONE Poetry. The Dead Ship"! Harpsvvcll. r -oii.t o. whitth.r. What Hecks tbe outer gray bfyc.nl ye sundown's golden trail ? Xbe !'e Aisn f a seaUrd's wing. Or gleam of slanting tail ? Let young eyes wateh from Neck and Point Ami ti-worn elders pray, The ghost of what was once a ship Is sailing up tie bay ! From gray sea-fog, from icy drift. From peril awl from pain, Hie home-bound fisher greets thy Kgbti, One-hundred-harbored Maine ! Bat many a keel shall seaward turn. And many a sail outstand, When, tall and white, the Dead Ship Horns Against the dusk of land. She rounds the headland's bridling pine. She threads the isle-set bay : No spur of breeze can speed her on. Nor ebb of tide delay Old man still walk lb Iele of Orr Who tell her date aiid name. Old shipwrights sit in Freafiart yards Who hewed ner oaken frame. What weary dcom of baffled qast. Thou sa...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 July 1866

THE BURLINGTON Vt, F-REE 1'KKsS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY G, 186G. Sflte Jm fjwss. GKO. W.A: :. B.IinXEIMlT. si iiors ash rnorRiETCns. FR1UAT M0HK1K0 JILT C. IECC. T 1 1 K V Ki: K I.Y I" R K K ' U Ks TUC ECBUXCTO.X WmCLY FEE l'BUS U pub lWied every Friday mortiieg. anJ contains the latest news; repi.rU ofBoetn markets andCara Lrldjre Cattle Slarict i fall Stite, County snd local laUllisece ; ell seleetsd Miscellany. Ac, Ac No care nd imtlay wIH be spire 1 (0 male It a re liable, laterwtins and valuable family Jn!- Tlio circulation of the Fbie rtEM exceeds thai of asv paper !a tlie region, and It to, tlie-refcre, an cnrivAllso' laedlarn for adrertlierj. We iltrue t sire additional ttUmLm U I1 - etl mam of Iba tariuu towns in this and aSjotnior Conntlac, in which oar 7eeUy baa a numerous dr eulathtn. and shall atrtm It a fr If mr rtaicn irill forward u any Jteoa oflnte rest. 1IMOK STATIC TICUIIT Far Governor: I'AUl. DILLINGH AM, or WATiatBCHV. Far IJemtinanl Govemar : a. it. GAi:rNi:n, or...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 July 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- JULY 6, 18GG rar.nct be tccurcd by tnc u:c v , f. .,'F?..Jnw thefffect ly 'Inking st tir&iUf'- l!'- 4S7 Broadway, New Jr- - . . r, frr J. W. Brad- ley's Justly cercuraieu iu - . , jU licrf by FJ"-rJSSS7 Sd the l'rtss the Most Ihirjb. ..E' . nnfn1 PV rt ever proauc- . -.. , , 1 i C I t Fashion. ariueiii tne Tr .'.'!. .1 aw l'nulr Styles in Use. Werll ' are the )!' "V ' , , cpmfnt. 1 - Sptcinl Jloltres. . VOIST OX WHICH AlA. PIIYVI- pjA icREE. Out often thousand reikis r L, c.ans J" cannot find one who will not sy tiisl lUtnulanU an ntigmmtt are absolutely neees- t-v in iceaicai pracaco. Ana afc l.jgune scars hemano practitioners hate ...listed to adnitolfttr them, because tlie nendiab ingenuity of wretches who male mer chandite cf human ir.Giraitirs had to polluted and deteriorated them that the remedy was deemed a? danserous as the d'-scasc. This perplexity is bappl- !v dene away with. rbWcians lmow, lcaose ana- Htleal chemists cf ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 July 1866

THE BURLINGTON Vt. FREE PllKr-S, FRIDAY JIOE N I2STr,WLY G, 186G. Religious Intelligence. IX.CRF.CATI0.VAL STATE CDNTXNTI3X. We condense tiioloibain;, ncunt of the proceeding'! of this body from the correspon dene; of the Rutland Herald : Xewecet, Vt, Jane 21, 1SGC. The General ConTenticn cf Congregational ministers anil churches in Vermont bis ju;t closed n three dai e scsiicn in this place. The Convention opened with a sermon by Her L. A. Brastow of St Johnsbnry, Rev. Geo. R. Tyler, D. D.. cf BrattUboro, wis chosen Moder ator, Her. A. AY. Wild of rrcensboro, Scribe, and KeT F J Fairbanks of Westminster, Assis tant Scribe. Numerous Committees were ap pointed, tte most important of which, the Com mittee of Overtures, consisted of Kev S M Kinp ston, Joseph Chandler, and A Fleming, and . Messrs Wm Sanborn and J G Slicson. There were two elaborate discussions, and two essays were read, one by Kev Silas Aiken. D D, on the duties of the churches in regard to in fin t bap tism; the other ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 July 1866

VOL. NEW SERIES VOLXII BUKLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, JULY I8GG- NUMBER TWO xxxv. poetry. Sonnet!., or rnorrssoa wilsox. John Wifcon (Christopher Ncrtb), although ntr p roftfsedly ro mm, wrote the fallow ing sonnet in the spring-time of his life, if hen he tras li-veiing iu an tuc sporis lor waica ue was 0 well known. It turned oat at last that the prayer oi the following sonnet was answered tor be died a few minutes before 12 on Sunday night, April 2, 161, aged i9. When nature feels the solemn hour is come That parts the spirit from her mortal clay, Miy that hour find me in ray weeping borne, 'MM the blest stillness of a Sabbath day! Mar none 1 deenlv love be then away: Tor thro' my heart the hu&bt tlio' sobbing breath Of natural grief a holy calui will send. With sicks from earth will heavenly voices blend, Till as on seraph fair, I smile on death. Who comes in peace, like an expected friend; Dipt in celestial hues the wings of lore Will o'er my soul a eraaous shade extend; Wh...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 July 1866

TIIE BURLINGTON Vt. FliEE I-OIKS, FRIDAY MORINrLS. Q, JULY 13, 18GG. CEO. W.t C. C. IIENEDICT. ssirons axi rcorsiEroits. FrUDAY MOUSING JULY 33. 18CC. tiiewekkm rntni'itus Tar Bdhluctox 1?sn.r Fnie faiss is pah lL-licd every Friday uevnic;:, tod contain tb litest news; report of Bo ton markets and Cam bridge Cattle JIarlct ; fell EUte, County sn4 Inoal IntdliEroce ; well fciceUd MitMllicy, Ac, ic No car awl outliy n III be spare! to male It a re liable, latercting aad rateable family Journal. Tlie circulation of the Firrs rstss tlcrt"d tbat of am piper la the region, and It l, tbere&re, an uariralled medium for advertiser. We teii to pre adilltlonal attention to tl.e fe rn nrm nf the various ton as in this and asjorsuic Cocnu, in oar Weekly has a mm torn cir culation, and lUall esOera it a favor if our mkn will Jorvard aa any itcau of interest. Tie .Viitlitual Johnson Convention. The cnll for a "National Union Conven tion" t meet at Philadelphia a month henec. irMKil l.y Randall...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 July 1866

THE BUELINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. ffRIPAY MORNING JULY 13, 186G MmDiuvEV Cov,cesi -TI.c Com . trrcitc6oiMMJlcbary College will le as follows : ,.. , r.th. 1 I'- M. UMCanuira". rmonhvlhclWent. the I'liilcmatbceian socieit, v EnacxD?, of Burl'tnt-ton. At 24 P. M., -Alm.,W i iwt djv. phian Society, ly l'ror. ' of Andovcr, Mass. -n-r-lMrierisn True Speaking. t . . c.i, Anniversary of Ai- W eucesday, au. - 0ration by nolli rociatcl Aiumm, -- . , , v n The ? -L"r"t,i 3 Dinner and social rc-u.TO . Aug. 9th, 0 A. M. InaugaralHra f jjcr. H. ! Kitcbel. President. j i o'clock, r. Jl Orations aud other exer-....-( the Graduating Class. Master's Ora- i:on. by B. Smith, A. B. The Fotrth is Kctland, was celchrateu1 !v a f rand j-rooettion ; an oration by A. W. Tinnv. Ehi.. ol New Vork; a race lor a creased ii ; and fireworks in the evening. Tbe rain wet the latter and spoiled laoet of tfcern. Tub Fourth in IIlm-sbi-bcd. "Vc arc in receipt of an eAterideil report oi the celebra tion of tbc Konrtb in ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 July 1866

WMWjfrfV,-. y '..1.1.1. mil it i n iirr 1 -iwinriT mm mm m nmnmiit nrr i - n ' ' - gggBBVHBHMHHiHBlHBBBa THIS BUBLINGTON Vt, FliKi: PHKr-S, PBIDAY MOBNTtSTa. JULY I860. 10, IlCligioUS Itlll'lliSCIICC. The religious interest in Burlington con tinue. The various regular and additional religious rcccting', arc largely attended ; the inquirers after the way of life are nu-1 racrous ; and many of those heretofore in quirinj; bare found peace in believing. The interest is rspeciullr manifest in tbc Young Men's Cutis in Union. The attendance at the Sabbath afternoon meetings oi ths Union, Ins been about eixty for two Sab baths ti.il Lett SabLmlh lilit or ten young men annoumxd their deteTtninatiiwi hence forth o lead a Christian life. Nine xrgoin united with the CuBgrecB tional Ubiiras, in Middled! rv last Satsdav, on prisfes-ttou ol faith. Twelve- tnoo8 united with the Congre- gatMaal Cburem, in Windsor, on Sunday laet six by profee&iun. The Congregational Gfcareb in Went hi ioeter Bu...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 July 1866

VOL. X NEW SERIES VOLXII BURLING-TON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, JULY NUMBER THlv'EE XXV. Pool!''. AUTTHOr LIVING 1 KT .' The following delicate anl melodious poem, which we m ,te Independent, is from the pen of -"" u tors. If there do grand immortal sphere Beyond this realm of broken tic:, To fill the -wants that mock us here, And dry tic tears from weeping eyes. Where winter melts in endless fpnnz. And June stands near with deathless flowers W here we may Lear the dear ones sing Who loved us in this world of ours ? I sit, and lo ! my cheeks are wet With tears for one I cannot see. 0 mother, art thou living yet. And dost thou still renumber aw ? 1 feel thy kisses o'er me thrill. Thou unseen angel of my lift: 1 hear thy hymns around me trill An undertone to care and strife; Thy tender eyes upon me shine. As from a being glorified; Till I am thine and toon art mine. And I forget that thoa hatt died. 1 almost lose each Tain regret In Tisions of a life to be; But. mother, art thou living yet, ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 July 1866

C HID AY MORMNfJ. JUIA 20, 10. v 7r Ji'iu; r.i ia.i., ro m, f:.i.i. k lie Sm CIJO. VV. X. C2. C Art 'if1 ;K. EDICT at bio. lie a it k! i. i ft ! -in, 1 - ,U.' t ll. "LC FKID'.Y MOKSJM Jl'LYlX). 18tC. Tar, esuxexox Winter Fei k Peas U jab listed irerj Friday luoraiag, 111 contains tbs '.ilctl lixi ; icpti offkte;a attracts andCam- ur'c r.U' Martet ; fan EUU, County and local Liei,u.c ; veil (elected liteeiluy. Ac, -atlav- viUteipuvtto mate It a re- r. 'r'f i . rai-iblt fim"; Jovrsl. Tl. .--r. iliti. .i f t!-e Tier elected that fflw ft-a !i Iti !' , . ivi r ' if. an Klau to git !t:..rju at-mtioi b tin. t cml xuofdK vari. ns t- lo J ajobamg CoaaUr, in irUeb wit Weekly Lx numii.-uu otr-eiatl,-r.. ltd .ball esteem it a law If oar readers -will iumrd at tar Hewn nflctfitrt. Another "lasee of Foree.' Tbi i.f.irtci! the procccohi'-s of the Be pal.liesn Ctoeusat Wasfeingt.ir. which we cmditse below, fraui the report of tbi N. V. Tnet. shows that tl ere are nifleen'iil mtnWiiil the Ibepubliet...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 July 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MO IiNIN(J JULY 20, 18GG XBWS OP. THE WEEK HV TRLEGRAl' REASONS WHY THE The Royal Mail Btcwnship Tersia from Liverpool 30th, (fmwtvrn lt ."'ily. has passed the point. . . Late Berlin dispitcbc- claim awivt victory over the Austrian on tbo ith and 28th."ner.r Nacbud. anl a: Fnuktnaa. The Austrian lose arc ited fr0:n 3000 4000. and S000 f-ri-on. r. Rt rejoicing at Berlin. The llanorerun Army Itad Barren fered at ieretion to the I'rossians. Ird Derby has been eonrpelkd to form a iiircly Tory Cabinet lXDOX, July l. Ti.c pent Eastern with die Atlantic tc!e-,-nirh caUe, kit Mcdwav at noon on the MHh ci June for Bcarhaten direct. The raving or the cnhle will o.annicnee on the I lOtb inst. The Afstiiirn taw forad thcii way j through the In: at pa" into the ti!ry of ' Ourooica. The rreaAjuartr r ut t c Itr-linn army art" j T..rremalebark. Rumor? art enrrrat in I'-iris that t-.e arm. me of tlie T.ln Mi..ndr.i hit 1 oeen Boston, July 17. thcioi It JSS.VB5...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 July 1866

THE BT7E.X.IXGT02? Vt. FREE I'EFS, PRIDAT MOjSNIaSTG-, JULY 20, 1860. Itcliriou. Intelligence. The recent cMTeation oJ ibe Ocnfregu tronal churched aiNewbury appointed a com mittee of fire to stake examination ol the variaue hymn and time beaks, with a view to a rejection of that beat adapted to uh- in the cbureht. to report at tbc nest meeting of the Contention. The farrowing gen tlemen eaoetitote tbc corn-alUee : I lev. Alefm. J. Chandler, Sdrrige Mix Geo. F. "Wright. S. L. Bites. Ger-e B. Tohoao. I The laaerestiB: I title quarrel tn regard to . , ,. , . . , ... I ibe ennont Chronicle, una broobt to an , j r .. . . . , , , , end, for a time at least, by an agreement on tbe ran oi the rmbiiaher of that paper to 1 lM I He PQlHlaDT 01 ' " pre tlie entire so pen won of tbe religious I " ' . i matter ul the Uhrooiele to an a ate editor. who rboold be acarptabk to tbe com mittee of the Contention. Iter. Leonard Tenor; of Thettord, is about to lease bt irople on account of HI health, in ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 July 1866

tSK VOL. XXXV- NEW SERIES VOLXII BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27 I8GG NUMBER FOUR Pocfry 0, TIIA.VK VOU, JOHN." rr IM nOsSETTI. I new said 1 IotcJ J00- -o5m : Why will you teaze me, day by day, .led wax a weariness to think upon With always "do" and "pray " Vou ktow I never saved you, Joiin : No fault of mine made me yur toast : Why will you haunt mc with a fate as nan As thows an hour-old ghost ?J I dare Eay Meg or Moll would take Tity upon you, if you'd ask : AdJ pray don't remain tingle for my take Who can't perform that task. 1 have no heart ? Perhaps I hare not ; But then you're mail to take otfcnee That I don't giTeyou what I baic not got. Use your own common scute. Let bygones be bygones. Don't call me false, who c(J not to be tree; I'd ratberanewer "No" to fifty Johns Than answer "Yea" to you. Let's mar our pleasant daps no more. Song-birds of passage, duvs ol youth ; Catch at to-day, forget the days before ; I'll wink at your uotrut!.. Let us f trile hands as hearty ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 July 1866

THE BUKLINGTON, VT. FKEE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- JULY 27, 186G CEO. V.4i . C. KENEDICT. EDITCKA A5 rBOrUETOSS. FHIDA Y MOUSING JULY 27. 186C. THKWHKKI.V FRLKI'KKS, MTacidnu-taQTOir WnttT Free Pans is pub 3Ii1im1 every Friday morning and contains the latest news 5 .reports of Boston markets andCaai liridrs CiUie Market ; fall State, County and local itnitnce : well selected Miscellany, Ac, ii , care aar. allay will Iw spare! to make it a re ;lable, Interertios ana valuable family Journal. The dreolation or the rain The;!" exceeds that cfanrraycrln the reim, and It if, therefore, an unrirallod roediam far advertisers. 4 Wadcum to pre aldlttonal alttction to the J cal nrut of tie various towns in thU anl aijoinin; 'Counties, la irhiefc onr Weekly ! a numerous dr enlatien. and ihall esteem it a favor If oar readers Kill ftrward us any Items of Interest. UMO.V STATE TICKET Far Governor: l-ADL DILLINGHAM, or WATEitnrKr. lr lieutenant Gortrnor : A. 15. GARDNER, Or BENMXCTON. For Trtamrtr: J...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 July 1866

THE BURLINGTON Vt. 3TREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 186G. a train on the Vt. Valley Railroad had a narrow carc in I'ntncy, the White rounding a fharp curve it came nr?n a hurnins bridsc, gave jr The cn"ins and tender, with the WSfPSo r-r lwd tlicchafm, or aau uuc "r -1 r overturned on one tmc ui the track and the tender on the other, ana the barjaRe car tiffed over on top or the tender, f he trncfi. or lo V& drorped through the hr.dSc and one car rJcTcntircly me-r the elaSm wh.Ie the remaned in tie. position lately occu pied by the Lridsc. A Jne ot toe passengers ,r... .,? the cncinccr and fireman i, ,'ir-htlv injured, although the cn : , thrown froia his engine 25 feet down an embankment. .le Jlr. J- H. Fonytb and lady, on the i'ourth. were crowing the bridge that spans lie cemncciicui, near oaum cwijury, tuc tornado that was then raging, r-truck it. Tfie Crf t indication of their danger wad the falling of timbers in front of their horec ; hut ilr. Forsyth applied the lash...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 July 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT.FEEE JPHESS. ERIDAY MORNING- JULY 27, 186G Kcliclous Intelligence. The Kev. Dr. Stone, formerly or Boeton, tvaa installed par tor tf the First Congrega tional Church in San Francisco on the CTcn mg of the 14th June. The tcrmon was by Rev. I. E. Dwiccll, 1). D., ol Sacramento, formerly of Salem, ilats. Dr. Dwincll graduated Irom the University of Vermont in the cla s of IS 13. Kcv. George Jlooar of OaUauil, Ecmctitnc jaetcr of the old South Church in AndoTcr, Mas., gave the charge to the tutor. .About 80.000,000 JJiUib and TtstatuMite has been distributed by the diflcrent Bible Sjcieiitn ricioe 1SW. The Atiicmttn UiWc Society is suing to t.rt.o: the British and Fureajtn BiWe So ciety, irtx; or charge, with duplicate plates of Dr. Vnu Dyei'd new Arabic translation of the Scriptures. Tbi is said to be one o the muct accurate t miosis yet made. Iter. VTii. 11. Woodwool vrat ordained to the I'rieethowl in St. IW Cliurcli, Ver-gennct,-, J uly Cth. Bichop Hopkins officia...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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