ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Burlington Free Press Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,891 items from Burlington Free Press, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,891 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 August 1836

NOT THE GLOItV OF CiESAU; 11 U T THE WEtFAnE OF HOME. BY U.K. STACY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1836. VOL. X No. 479. THE AMERICAN BOY. Fnilier look up, an I fee tint flag, lloiv gracefully it flies ! Those prclly stripes lliey seem to bo A rainbow in llie ekiea." It if your country' I'll, my on, Anil proudly drinks the light. O'er ocean's wave In foreign climei A symbol of our might. '"Father uhil feaiful noljo is that, Like thundering of the cl mis 1 Why do the people wine their hats. And rush along in crowds .'" "it is the nole oT c.tnnimy. The gl.nl shouts of the fi ee ; This is ii tl.iy to irrnmry dear 'Ti Freedom's Jubilee. "I wisli th.it I wn now a man, I'd fire my cannon ton, And cheer as loudly as the rest Bui, father, why don't you 1" I'm Retting old and ue.ik but still Sly heart is big with joy ; Tie witnessed many n day like this, Shout you aloud, my boy. "Hurrah t for Freedom's Jubilee ! God bless our native Land ! And may 1 live to hold the sword Of Freed nn in my hand !' Well...

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. — 26 August 1836

P II 1 1) A V M O II N I N 0, A U C. U S T 20, PXJOPijTJ' V7a 3IZ 2V. vol rnr.siUKST WI, iff. SffAEiftlSON. run vicr. r h i:snr. st FRANCIS CU.YttC'Kl. run (lOVl.tlNOK I.IKUr. liOVI.'ltNOU DAVID 31. CAM I', of Doiby. I'.ir. TRKAtOllKU AUG UST1N I'j CI,AUKi:. SKf..irOliS roll CtllTn.NllKN Cotl.MV. JOHN VAN SH'KI.KK, .Til. JiAititv i i.i,:: life- r. N A T 0 It roil OltANII I3f,l". cou.ntv, IIKGTOI. ADAMS. roil coxc.nr.53 HOIS'. EaBBS&W AftTSST. The Litk Ili.KcrioNs. The accounts from all parts nf the ciu ilry, so for as re ceived, nro of the tn is' cheering cliarJdur it will lie soon tli it. there is really a re deeming spirit in t hu people, ami llioy nro nl Indt "coming to Ilia rescue." Tlio So'Uh lias pp ikon in language nit to bo misunderstood, that her 8i!fi'jrag,8 will never bo given to Martin Van Huron. Anil the West Willi a clnractori-lic bbldn"ss and energy, Ins iriumplnn'ly proclaimed that to her own "favorite sri," IIinni'ON', will etio confi lo the destinies of ibis gr...

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. — 26 August 1836

SENATORIAL CONVENTIONS. Wc nro gratified in bring able lo an nounce ilio dual ami satisfactory settlement of ihc difficulties in lllis County relative to Ihe laic Senatorial nomination. We last week announced llio resignation of ilie gentlemen licrcloforo nominated an net ofgencrons and patriotic eclf denial on tlio part of those gcnilemen that entitles lliem to llio respect and confidence oP their fellow citizens. Tlio two Convenl ions Whig mid Anlimasoiiic-mct together at Willis ton, ycslcrdav, mid unanimously agreed upon JOHN VAN SICKLEN.Jn. and IIAURY MILLER- This was the largest mid most imposing public meeting, ao we are informed, that has taken place in Chittenden County for many years. The bono and sinew of the laiid'wcro there ; mid Ihe universal feeling of all good men and true was. that all personal di(iorcnccs,prejudicc and partial itics, ought lo be, and must bo, sacrificed on the altar of principle and the public good. This union of true mcn--oiie friends of llnrrhnn a...

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. — 26 August 1836

t ii i: si n t k o u. Prom ilio " Itcliqturv," by Betn.iid and Lurj li.u inn. A shrpliml in flic jiW ei moor I'lllstted Ilia lone f UiptnV, And In him kiiicIiM nl iiiiilnijlii liuur. His luM nnd gi iitlc buy, 'llie nl1il u.is mill, llie sky ms clear, The union nnd si. us uriulnitii ; And cll tlio WKing-lu lied lu hear Of thu'C blight ui'is ul lioht, When lo ! it 11 r.inli limn Meteor's gl.uo .Mmte sluts tinil pt.tucis dim , In luui.-ient spli-mlm- iIiioiiIi itic air lis tjlui seun'il tu fuim. No itimc cinit.l Mam' or planets' (pell The stiiptni;'s eo i m-li.iiit ; Hp only uiyrd in site lu lell Of this new lisil.tnl, Bui, cio llie sliephcul found a tongue, 'I lie inelcui'j gk'.itii una gone ; Anil in ilicn glni) uVr llieiu bun,; '1 lie utbs uf night atone. Canst tlinii I lie simple le-son lead My miles lun.-o lialligiii'ii 1 Tlic unit lights ih, n fiiI'i'I) k'.a.l Ait- liiocu lli.ll shine Iiuiii Iic.icii One f.irmoic Initio ilirn sun or star Ii III in cut) miiI ; ''( guide, if mil It...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 September 1836

NOT THE G L O It Y OF C JE S A It ; HUT THE WELFARE OF HOME. BY II. II. STACY. FRIDAY, SEPTBMBEU 2, 1836. VOH,. XAro. 4S0. 1.1 V K ! Its similitudes. IT HON, ELLIS LEWIS. lo ! winder rnlk-Mnini on the minid, Panii -rM willi lencs Ik n ii cl'iil hand; It end it( ciiiiiplislied, sec Iih w suoii Ii rinds' ils di.illi in tin; i mil. Eirh fruit nml hi ii iini'iital Hiv, DiPiiry nml de.uh like n v peee; Knli.i;e nml dull, nml iV.igi.im hlooni, Slnuii IpiI in winipr's iIppiihsI i I. n i in . I.iliol.l, in new. llill noblp siiimiii, It rIIiIm nml -hiivs a li.insient aleain ; Its n nil' ami pride Bonn found a grave In liru.id AilanliiiV ni'eaifw.iic. The bubble ml the ran Pill ImaM, Rriiiti. biiuhi ami hnef, and soon is lost; The lobule bioke-tlie pails icp.iir Liquid in liquid air In air, 1'nr in i lie easi on golden rnv Proclaim-. iIip hi H ml Oili nl May; He coninea in ineiidiin In-iatn, Tlicn sinks in wejiern eloujs. of night. The irpp, iIip stream, iIip enldeii sun, Arc emblems of ilin ...

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. — 2 September 1836

1 FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2. PEOPLE'S TIOKtJT. FOR TRESIDRNT VM, II. HARRISON. FOR VICE mESIUEtfT l'KANCIS OltAffOKR. FOR GOVERNOR SIHAS H. JENISON, LIEUT. GOVERNOR DAVID ill. CAMl', of Derby. FOR TREASURER AUGUSTINE CLARKE. IKKATOKS 1'OK CHITTENDEN COUNTY. JOHN VAN SICKI.E.V, Jr. IIAItltV itlll.L-EU. IENATOR FOR QUASI) ISLE COUNTY, HECTOR. ADAMS. FOR CONOR ESS HON. HEXtXAN ALLEN. At a convention of the Whigs and Anti masons of Chittenden County, liolden at tlio hotel of Johu A. Willey, in Williston, cn the 2.5th day of August last, Francis Willson of Hincsburgh was chosen Prcsi dent, and William Woslon Secretary. On motion of Mr. Manser, it was Resolved, That a committee of two from rnch town bu appointed to nominate two persons to I ho convention as candidates for tho offico of Senators for ChiltendC'n Conn ty, and that the delegates from each town appoint their own committee. The committee having been duly appoin ted, retired, and after ina'ure dcliberotion, Truman Galusha, E-q...

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. — 2 September 1836

of Vermont will be $642,000 ; a large sum J which will have been broueht into the treasury of Vermont by the Whxgt in ucm grtu, against the opposition of Mr. Van Baton. Ib. THE VAN BUREN PRESSES. Be it remembered Hint the Albany Argus, Burlington Sentinel, Vermont Patriot, and Windsor Statesman. REFUSE to correct their misrepresentations ol tho character of Harrison, notwithstanding a full correction has been given them from the official and publithed journalt of Congress t and that the North Star neglects to publish that partorthe Constitution of the U. S. which was violated by the casting voteofMr. Van Buren, notwithstanding ho is offered pay mint for it publication as an advertise ment ! ! This is the way they show their regard for truth and justice ; will the peo ple trust them I lb. Eicape of General Sanlti Ana 1 1 A letter waa received in this city yesterday, from a highly respectable source.datod New Orleans, August 13th, which states that a merchant from Natchitoches, had ju...

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. — 2 September 1836

BraAMV A.sn Munncn. Doctor Alex! nilpr Li.rer. ofNcw Orleans .charged Willi I tliu criino nf biiMinv. was nrrrstcd recently by order of I ho Judge nl'llio criminal court, on t ho niriJnvii nf Loiua Beauvais, n Imly he had married It) New Orleans, though ho was already married in Franco, it is salil Several wilticssos ilopo.il against him. UnaM; to find bail for five thousand dul lars, on his return to jail ho was prostrated by n shot fired al. Iiim by n young man Rtnnitimr nloo bv hilll. A pistol JOll CII lorcd hi forehead, nn J ho was mortally wounded. Tim voting man, cool nn J com no-ril, iv ver attempted to escape, and was ' ! , , 1 1 ' i. .1.. ....i.. ...... ..r ,i. apprenetiucu. no is mo umjr ""j unfortunate lady who waa deceived by the Doctor, A Due. A fine, upon hearted mm who wsa on n committee to nno money I'or I he celebration ofn great holiday, asked a phy sicio.ii if Im would not give BninetliniL' l.'f the cummnii can.--,!. 'I'ho Doctor answered "Oh, mnit certainly, with...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 September 1836

vitTtwtft&ix NOT THE GLORY OF C M S A R ; II V T T II E BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 183G. VOIv. X No. 481. WELFARE OF R O M E. BTOIIY OF THE HAT. We extract from dm American Monthly Mnga- A Venerable Postman. Tliorc is now living nti old tnan nnmcd Henry Wlntc, who has boon n font nnst between Harl- sine, n pretty story with this title, fiom tlio Geimun boroiiyli ond Cheslcrfied, tho Insl lliirly of Gellert, done into Uiigtish Verse liy n cor- yenrs. Ho Iris walked 20 miles every tiny repondent of the Jlng.iihie. The tale contaim n (Sundays excepted) during that period. which, at 52 weeks to the year, gives 'J. useful moral. rilOM TIIF. OE11MAN OF Q ELEHT. The man who lint invented that rrntcan fashion'.) my u h it, Wore his frit cover with the brim Slourhcd dawn. Yet he contrived to wear Tlie llii"S ith nich a grace and nir( lie seemed u dandy, spruce and prim. Ait through llie sticcu he walked, surprise lleamrd loilh fioal ccry fnpling's eves And all this womlciing t...

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. — 9 September 1836

FOItESGH INTEL SUMMARY OP FOREIGN LICENCE. They have an excellent law in Sivilr.n land, thai of indemnifying I hose wlin have been acquitted nf crimes fur which they liod been indicted. A married couple nccuscd. at Barue, of being incendiaries, received lately 229 francs lor 7!) days of imprisonment. A person calling himself Count Joseph dc Moistio or JMaitrc, at Paris, threaten? lo overturn tho entire inductive system nf Litd Bacon, Ho must bo a mailre mas ter1, if he does. Extraordinary Antediluvian Animtl- One nf l lie m.sl dislHiguished Geologists, nf Ccrm.my is a 1)'. Kdpstein, (literally meaning Clip-sloneO a most capitnl pane. He has been clipping eiouc In mm" pur pose, having recently found near l.ppcl chiiini, llio bead nf thai wonderful fii'sil nnim.il, the dinnlltcrium giganlum, proba bly the largest nnteduliivian species whose remain? InTvo hitherto been I'mind. The bead is 0 feel bin- anil weighs 500 lbs. The upper pari i f the fnrc l"g win C feel. Wc think liiis aninin...

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. — 9 September 1836

u makuiku. In Wlllislon onilic 25ih In-l. by l!m Rev. Mr. Iltirlbul, .Mr. Geo. W. llinvvnrll, In Miss Almlrn B.D.iuglilcror Snii h Ilcnluni Ki. nil of Willis-Ion. 1)1121). In tins town on llio 7ili hul. Warren L. Howard oged 16 year. In Colchester on llio Gilt inst. riill.nider Par mil Ice nged 19. September 1836. Fall Goods at the Variety-shop. WE arc getting in nur Kail Good, nil things necessary tn keep our assort incut in good urdcr j Watches, Clock, perfumery, Tea-pots, Military Goods, Cns. tors, Jewelry, Stnclr, Colin rx, h.icn nuil patin Iiosums, Lamp wick?, Toys, and an endless variety of Fanry article'. All pir sons nro Invited to cnll and look at them at the Variety Shop. I'ArillOIN iSi IntNMAtl). 9th Sept, 1836. To our Agriculturalists success To nur Literary Institutions the high standing they mcril--Ti our Mnniilncturers tri nmphancy in competition-- and to com morcp. Free Trade and Sailor's Rights. THE (I" Ahead Principle is so predion i'nant in utir laud at the presen...

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. — 9 September 1836

THE COMPASS. The ilorm was loud ; befoiellie' blast Our gallant lrtriio wasdrhcn ; Their luamins cresls Ihe billuws reared, And not one friendly Mar appeared 'llirongli nil the unit of hcAien. Yet dauntless still the sleemnan stood, And gazed, without n sigh, Where posed on needle bright nnd slim, And lightened by the lament dim, The compass met bis cjc.' Thence taught hi? d.uksome course to steer, He breathed no wish liir day; But bracd the whiilwind's hcidlutij; niiglu, Nor once throughout that dijmal night, To fear or doubt gae.waj'. And what In oft the Christian's life, But storm us d.uk und drear; Through which, without tine blithesome rny, Or wot Idly hlia to clteer hid way, He must his eisel steer 1 Yel let him no'er lo sorrow yield, For in the s.irred page A compass shines divinely true, Ami self' illumined gtects his view Amidst the tempests tagc. Th'ii fitmly l.t him gmsp the helm, Although the billows roar; And soon, his toils and troubles past, Ills nnchor shall be s.ifu...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 September 1836

r.r-t . a NOT THE OLOIiy OF C JE S A It ; HUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1836. VOIi. X No. 482. THE CARP EN TER, There mi a young West-Countryman, A Carpenter by trade ; A skilful Wheelwright loo was lie, And fen' such wnggons made. No man n lighter house could build Throughout hi n.uive town; Through many u village round wns he The best of woikmen known. Ilis Culier left him whit he had, In sooth it was enough ; His shining neuter, pnls of brass, And nil his household slufT. A lililo col Inge too he had, For ease and comfurt pl.inn'd And that he might not lack for aught. An ncre of good land A pleasant orchard too there was Uefore his collage door J Of cider and ol corn likewise, He line n little store. Actiie mid healihy, stout and young, No business wanted he ; Now tell me, reader, if you can, Wltnt man more blest could be ? To make the comfort quite complete, He had n faithful wife ; Frugal nnd neat, nnd good was she, The blessing of his life. Wh...

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. — 16 September 1836

FRIDAY MOllNINU, SBlMTUIlUlt 10. ron riiusiDEN r Will. Iff. SIAKJMSON. ion vicn ritEsiUF.NT FRANCIS (MIAXKKK. The tcsull u( the election in this slate is a rpten did triumph fir tho cause of tlio constitution nnJ lliH laws. Vermont lus conic fuilli from llie fiery orJciil like gold seven limes puiifit'il, nnd II U now moved to .1 demonstration lli.it " iolilicnl juggling mint inn a shoit r.irc ainnnx tho ilceccnil.nilH of Elli.m Allen" or r.illicr iu i.ico at nil. Hy llie returns now In fori! ua, it la tendered ceilnin lli.it Jenison is elected Governor, by some 0000 inif Jority. In llio llotua ho thill h.ivo n clean imjor ity of thirty, and at least two thirds in the Sen He, Tim result-considering llie uniieccdcntcd cffoiH nTniip fmnnncnls 13 indeed eralifviim. Wo li.no carried eicrv tiling, except tlio Oth Dlstlict, and there, we knew licfoiili.iiid tliat llie lieaclicry of r.ilmcr nnd U.iton would Hun tlio tcalo against vs JS'.icli n result would li.no happened befoio If they had...

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. — 16 September 1836

hnolilnr. Culloil nl llin nnllll till ff-fOOtll of iho man, and nskcd him if ha wonted ail ver dollars. 'Yep,' said the merchant j "have you got any?" "Nut with mo.' replied Iho larmer, -but I think I havo n few nt home. What do yon give.''' "lour percent." eaid tho niercliant; nnd added, 'I will givo you seven for all ymi liavo. "VVcll" eaid tlio man, "I should like to have you just clap down on paper how much von nivo, ond llio number of your shop, or I shall he puzzled to find it." "Yes." said tho merchant, "that I will do: whot is your name?" "Edward Sumner," said he. Tho nierchnnl then wrote as folluws, and cave It to him: "Edward Sumner, tf Roxbury, says that he thinks ho has some Spanish dollars nt home, but don't know. I hereby agree to pay him seven per cent, premium fur all such dollars as he may produce. O A ." "If I find any," said thn dungcart man, "I will call with them to-morrow morning, nt 9 o'clock: if I don't, you won't see mo." The appearance of tho man satisfied ...

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. — 16 September 1836

Cotton v'arn, Hatting & Wad ding. 500 lb. Cotton Ytttii, N03. 5 to 10. i00 (Id (In Billing. 0 doz. Cotton Vnddmg. B' l.KMUr.l. CURTIi & Co. Burlington! Sept. 2, 1030. Ironmongery. ANVILS, Vices, cast iron Ploughs, hoi low Ware, waggon cart nnd carriage Boxes, pot ash nnd caldron Keltic, mill Crank, hark Mills', iron Wire. Stovo.Miiill Saws, cross cut ihi. Shovels, Spades, llocs, Scythes, Iron, Nails, Steel &c. &c. just received by r. i w. l. strong. .lune 10, IU3G. '.i and 6-1 Mcr's &, Circassians 40 pieces Merinos tind Circassian, dif ferent shades nnd color?, just received by Lemuel Conns &. Co. S.'pt. 2, 1030. Paints Sc Dye Stalls, Linseed nnd Pure, rummer nnd winter strained Sperm Oil, just received nnd fnrsnlolow by It. MOODY. Burlington, 25th June, 1030. TUP. subscriber will nt nil lime? pay Cash fur Wool delivered nt their Store on t do Old Wharf. FOLLETTSi BRADLEYS. Burlington, .Tuna 15, IIJ3G. CASH will nt all limes be paid for wool delivered at thei...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 September 1836

j NOT THE GLORY OF C.SAlt; nUT THE W E L F A HE OF o 7. " H. B. STACY. .Hi----. " r From the Alexandria Pltccnix TO A MOTHER ON THE DEATH OF TWO INt-WNTS.-Br J. Q. Adams. Sure lo the mansions of the blear. When infiiit iiinocenco n'CenJj, Some nngcl brighter ilinn ilie rest Tim spotless uptriiB fl iglit nttends. tJn wings of ecstney they r isc, . Beyond where world material roll; Till Borne f.iir sister of the ikie., Receives the unpolluted soul. That inextinguishable beam, With dust united at our birth, Sheds a more dim discolored gle.im, 'I'hc more it lingers upon earth. Closed in this dark nbode of rlay, The srenm of glory f.iinlly burns 'Not unobserved the lucid ray To its own native fount returns. Tint when the Lord of mortal breath , Decrees his bounty to resume. And points the silent shaft ofdeatli Vliicli speeds an infant to the tomb, No passions fierce, nor low desire, 'Has quenched llio radiance of the flame ; Hack lo its God the living fire Iteverte, unclouded as it rame....

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. — 23 September 1836

FRIDAY MORNING, SEITCJinHR 2?. PEOPLE'S TICKET. tor rnESinr.NT WM, II. HAR1&ISON. FOR VICE rllESIUF.NT FRANCIS CHANGER. Ton Et.ncTnn?. j,. ,,., ) JABEZ PROCTOR, Ml SAMUEL SWIFT. Dit. No. 1, DAVID CRAWFORD, 2, ZIMRI HOWE, 3, TITUS HUTCHINSON, 4, WM. A. GR1SWOLD, 5, EDWARD LAMB. Tbo votes for Senators wore canvassed 'by (lie several Clerks, on Friday last. The following is the result in this county. John Van Sicklcn jr. I43G Harry Miller 1386 Isaac Warner, 1030 Edward Jone9 1040 Scattering, SO Mr You.no. i ok'Ctcd in Orleans, by cbout one hundred majority. THE ELECTION. Returns orioles for Governor have been received fiom 179 (owns. The result in as follows ! Jrni ton 17304, Drndlny I37J8-rmj. for Jcnison oSjG. There ore 07 toim.i jet lo he hoard from 3 in Windham county, 3 in Windsor, 3 in Chillcnden, 3 in Orange, 4 in Addi.'on, 8 in Rutland, 0 in Essex, 13 in Orleans, 5 in Grand Isle, and 9 in Franklin. In tlicpe towns List jenr, Palmer and Puino lind 3175, Bradley 19IG. Gov. Jc...

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. — 23 September 1836

Ash Timber. WANTED Tor 1 lie uso of I ho WinooOil Patent Bind! Mills, and to lio dcliv ncinliliatiment lu the course of orcu ui -V". . .. n to.i ! from knots, snaiius or noun. u..u. tho ensuing winter, the following descrip ino ciisuii . pl k cnwpl i I ... lions oi yuiiu -- . . ! limniKinna. snuarc edged, sound aliU ree No of feet, board measure. 20,000 25,000 20,000 10,000 15,000 10.000 10,000 0,000 4,000 Widdi, Least In thickness Inches. to work. 7 U 8 IS 9 II 10 U It H is n 13 2 14 24 14 21 A Ij S O, Greatest thickness received. u M li 2 2 24 21 Wanted, LOGS llie one thousand 1VIUTE ASH .mndnril los-to bo 22 inches diameter and fourteen feet Ion?, sound and free from knots or shakos--to be delivered M.11 .Icitintr the ensuinz winter, or at the wharf at lfarlington In tlm monili of JIny. IH37. u v i uu.. Burlington, VI. 01k Sept. 1030. 9th Sept, 1836. To our Agriculturalists success To our Literary Institutions lliu high standing they merit To our Manufacturers tri umpliancy in co...

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. — 23 September 1836

Cotton Yarn, Batting & Wad ding. 500 lbs. Cotton Yarn, N03. 5 to 10. 600 do do Halting. COtluz. Cotton Wadding. By Lemup.l Curtis & Co. Burlington. Sept. 2, 1C3G. Ironmongery. ANVILS, Viccp, cast iron Ploughs, hoi low Ware, waggon cart and carriage Boxes, pot ash and caldron Kettles, mill Cranks, bark Mills, iron Wire, Stoves, mill U.... - .1 . LM 1 t? 1 ITnnn Kjun a, uium Dili U'l. UilUVVIB, UJIUUUO, 1 IUIO) Scylhcs. Iron, Nails, Steel &c. &o. just received bv T. F. Ss June 10, 1030. W. L. STROKG. 3 and G-4 Mcr's So Circassians 40 nieces Merinos and Circassians, dif ferent, shades and colors, jU6t received by liEMUCI. UUnTIS (Si Uo. Sept. 2, 1030. I aims CC JUVC MtlllS, liinSCCd . - . . . I nnd I'liro, fiimmer and winter ttraincd Kperm Oil, just received and for sale low by 11. MOODY. Burlington, 25th Juno, 1U3G. I II n subscrili'T' will ai an times pay Cash fur Wool do ivcrcu at their Store on the Old Wharf. FOLLETTSi BRADLEYS. Burlington. Juno 15. t!53G. CASH will...

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