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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 23 November 1841

iftftMcbttr Xi. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. NOVEMBER 23, L841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 29. hi m vwr.it are rucLisnnD the Pcblic On-.:as, R.esoi,utioxs, L.uvs, PunLic Tkk.aties, Ect. op the Uxited States. BV ATJT.IORIT'jT. The Peoi'le's- Pness is prinled in the Brick Buildir. JVorlh endof thcBridge, by EPHHAIM MAXHAM, by ichr.m all orders for prinling Books, Pamphlels, Jlills. Cards. Sfc, of every descriplion,ieill be ncatly zndfashionabbj cxcculed, at shorl nolice. TKRMS OF THE S1XTH VOLUME. Villajs subscribcrs, Mailsuttscribers, Individualtnnd Coaipanicsvi'ho take at the office, or ,C0 cents if p;d in s!x niomhs. Ccir.;T.ui tw on fctazt routcs, or 1' II r;ld w si months. T!i"Vxi' ra'ie nf ri(-lrid?r, . i-'o-u. -itiit lndlvidualj) oit llie routc $2,00 t.oo 51,75, 52,00 1's Xopi4rjiJicr,.,un:ud uuiii mearascs are patd, ciecpt at the' oation cfiheprnpriflor. paymci.isto Oarriersallowcdcx- j csplGrdcrrd by the p:oprictnr. All eoni.iMinScaaaas rauiibe addrcsscd to the cdli...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 23 November 1841

al stares, alone cntitlc the proscnt Whig ad ministration to thc gratitude of tho Ameriean people. Resolved, Tfaat while onc grcat mcasure of national reform and reiicf has failed, by a dis agrccment betwcen the Presidcnt and Con-gress-a disagrccment which wc deeply regre't. we yet confide in the wisdom and patriotisra of Oongress and the Preeidcnr, to agree upon such sub3titufo as wiH meet the ncccssitics and the approval of the peoplc. Acsohed, TJiat the Whigs oughl not to be ilistracted by any considcrations growing out of rcccnt cvcnts. Uirierenccs between tndi- vidual mcmbers of thc party ehould not be pcr inlttcd to create disunion, put ought rather to -tiraulate to renewed effort for thc prcscrvation of thc party entirc. A spirit of liberality is all that is ncedcd to tnsurc conccrt of action, with out which no party can long sastain itsclf or carry out its priuciplcs. liesohtd, That by the open threat of repeal, mada by the opposition ia rcfcrcnce to thc meamres of a Whig ad...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 23 November 1841

incquality in our reprcsentation, which almost out-Herods tho rotten borough aystem of Eng land, can never bo remedied, until the artidc in the Constitullon providing for its nmendment is expunged. The bistory of the world evinces thtt menseldom voluntarily rclinuish power oncc placed in their hands. It is thereforo to be feared that so long as amendments of thc Consiitution are 10 be vo'.cd upon by towo cor. porations, rather iban stibmFttcd to the decis ion of the pcoplo at large, the prcscnl inequal ity, as unj'jst nnd unpreccdented as it is, will be perpetuated. Ar.d it is equally to be appre htridcd that tho same unpatriotic tnnacity of powcr, which has Iiilhc-rto prcvcntcd thc cor-n-clion of the anomaly in tho organic Iaw of the taio in rclation to the ropresentation, will defeat tho expurgation of the prcsent method of amendmert. Should this be tho result, no hope w i!l be !eft but a revolutionary appcal to the pcople, wliich never musl be, but in the last extrcmity. The abns...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 23 November 1841

MIDDLEBURY MM WORKS. THE Eubscribers having purchased ihe a bove estabTishincnt, togethcr with all the atterns and other appurtcnances, would in forin the pablic that tbey can supply them with a bettcr assortment of Cooking, Box and Parlor tlian bas been offcred from thb or anv olher cstablishmcnt in tiiis scction of the country, and at much Iowcr prices. Having bcen in this. business for thc last tcn years, thcy think thcy are qualificd to givc entire satisfaction to j taeir custoruers- Any stoves or piougiis. vi parts of stovcs or ploughs, that havc becn inai ufacturcd at this furnacc for the last 20 ycars, can bz supplicd without any extra ex pense. Cooking-Stovcs of the most approved pat tcrns, Yankec Norton, Farmer, Premium Improvcd, and Itotary, and various others too numerous to mention. Box stovcs of all sizes, and from entirely new paltcms, Canada doublc box stoves, Patlor and Parlor Cooking do. Hollow Ware of all'kinds, and PLOUGII IRONS, Shigh Shoes and wagon boxes, Cauld...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 30 November 1841

H. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. NOVEiMBER 30, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 30. I TIII3 PAPEU AltE TUBLISUED TIIE PoBLIC OitDEns, Resolutions, Laws, PnnLic Tbeaties, Ect. of tiib United States, Br AUTIIOEITY. The Pemple's Press u prinled in the Brick Building JVorlh endof IheBridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by trioni all orders for prinling Books, l'amphlels, Bills. Cards, Sfc, of every descriplion,ciIl be neatly 3ii d fashionubly execuled, al shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Yilla-c subscribera, $2,00 2.00 aiau-iiDscnbiTs, Indiviiluals nnd Companlcs who tnke atthe oflice or 1,50 cem if paid in tli montlu. Companirsonslagerouirs, ..... SI.75 or i.ju u pam iu nix tnmuiis. Thnse tvho take of Po-tirlJ'TS, .... $2,00 CotniKiiii Aiul inflivMnals oflT the route 1,75 or 1-50, i f paid in t-x mnntlu. Nopapradiscominufldnmilnrrcarascsarcpmd, ezccpt at the oitin of tli pmprlrtor. No pnymeuuto Carriers atlowwl er ceptordcrcd hy the pioprielor. All eommumcauous mustbe adilrcsscd ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 30 November 1841

COUNCIL OF CENSORS. Tae Council of Censora nt thcir sccond ses sioa hcld at Montpelier in Octoberlast,agrced upoa the following propositionsofimendmcnt (o the constitution of this statc: Firet, Tfaat sherifis shall be annually elcct cd by the frcemen of thcir rc.pective coun ties, at the samc time'and in the samc manner aa Senators arc now chosen. Thc pcrson hav ing the greatcst number of votes, shall be de clared duly elccted Second, That Justices of the Peacc nhall be ar.nuatly elccted by the frcemen of thcir rcspective towns,nnd until otherwise providcd by law, their eleciion shall be madc on thc day that Jhe Reprcsentatives to thc Gencral As- setnbly arc chosen; providcd that no town hav in less than 1000 inhabitants, shall have more than fivc justices of the pcace, and no tonn havingnotto cxcced 1500 inhabitants, shall ilinn cr.-n Imtirri of thc pcacc, and no town shall have more than twelvc jus- ticcs of the peace providcd also, that any 1 town mav, at their anuual inarcu ince...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 30 November 1841

nrA tvitli nthpra and tipncd ths plode. nd lh"0 were followed by three tararn kcepcn and lw m. elling merebanti. Upward. of two thou.and n.n,are .Igned lo tho lctotal plcdge in Harcrill, N. H. In Pilt.ford. Vt. tl.e cxcitemenl on the abjt of r, f,.w wcck Pt been chocring. tcmperacce for a kw wic r Weokaiterwcek.U.e Congrog.t.onal Church b tecnupiforrnlyll 6lkd. Brtwccn fiw and . hundrcd .ignalure.l.aTotesn obtamed; and of ihese 25 wcro coni!ercd Iiard caiea. The lavmi kccp er and rocrchanti have corae in of thiir own tc cord, and figned tlio pledge. Nearly ono hnndrtd werc frrqHent tiplera Tlic enlhukiasm Iiaa rcaclicd ethcr town. The Bnnkcr Hill Aorora tayi, the Iriih have two milHon ofdepoiites in dolUra in tlio Boslon bnk. The locos are indulging apprehentiona tbat Gov. EcwardVill Tjleriie thc acta of Uie N. Y. legisla. lurc. About4000pcrson. witbin a few munlhi havc joincd the Tcn.perance ocielv in Cincinnati. Oh.o Whcn hall wc iltnc iucl. Ibinga in llus aeclion. Too oood to se ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 30 November 1841

i EAVER J- Pilot Cioths, Broad Crotln, i Hlnck nnd Fancv Cassimeres New and n.shionnb!c atvla Veslins, all well adapted for this and tho approaehing season, for sala at a small advance from cost at lhe store of Z. BECKWITH it Co., Oci. 1841. 5 fHE 0,J reputation of Z. BECKwmi for the sale of the best kinds of SUGARS, SPI CE3, MOLAS3ES and nll sorts of tee.tolal Grncerics, will bo atnplv sustained nt iho old slaud, by Z. BEGKW1TH & Co. Ou 1811. 20 13 EESV1LLE round, square.and fktlron Vjt of nll thu sizes manufactured U the works, are constantly on hand, and foi .sle by the subscriber. IRA S7 EWA RT .Middlebury, August 8, 1841. T B U10SE who nre in want of OVER COA I b JL find superior Wool-dyed, Plain and Dhmorul BEA VER CLOTHS nt A. FRANCIS Oel. 11, 1841. 23 tf AN iixtensive asiorlment of CROCKERY J- GLASS WARE, is now icady for inspection and salo at the Cheap.for-Cash slore of V Z. BECKWITH Co., fOLMAN'S Saksapahilla Oompound lOoz. fursido by the doz. or at ra tml.by JOHN WOU...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 7 December 1841

ftMdmt IJre H. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. DECEMBER 7, 1811. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 3 i. tiiis raiek ake publisiied the pljblic Orders, Resolutios, Laws, Pubuc Theaties, Ect. of thk United States, by autiiokitv. nusDana ol such married woman, or to such The Peuple's Phess it prinlcd in the Briek other person in tho town of which ho is an in Buildine; Aorlhendof thcBridge.by .hnbitant, but if such married woman or other EPHRAIM MAXHAM, fcXr? lb ?ame sUM be . i , , , n t ' D ii. "ssesseJ to such oxecutor, admimstrator or hjvhomallordenforpnnUng Book,, PamphUU, truslee ; ,l0 BilU. Crd,, S,-c, ofevery dcriptum,M:iU be neatly SwA-Pcrsonal estate of deceased personj, mdfaihionabbj execuled, al zhorl nolice. which shall be in the hands of their cxeculors or adminis.rators, and not distributed, shall be TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. I assessed to tho executors or administrators, in . the town whero the deceased nerson last dwclt. V1&tcri& ; ; ; ; ; ; ; tjg Individuals an...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 7 December 1841

action,in which a rcgiincnt of Circassiancaval ry harrassed severely the rear of the Polish columns. Unable to kccp the field against :in enemy ten titncs more numerous,it became nccessary to check thia hot pursuit, and the Polish cavelry werc in conscqucncc ordcred to charge the Circassians. Antoinetto rushod forward with them ; with eyc ; flashing fire, her facc burning with rage, the young heroine jonctratcd iiito the thickest of the Muscovite ranks, giving an example of heroine courage her ccuntrymen, who scch disfersed tho Geilgud and Chloyowski, and all thcir staff wcre ovcrwholmed with ndmiratiou anu asfon ibhmcnt ; and on rcturning to the camp, aftcr the defeat of the cnemy, the young heroine was rcccivod amid loud and enthusiastic hur ras. The hourf defeat for the Polish cause at lcnnth sounded, but Antoinetto was unmov- 1. Following the rctrcat of the army she j -.as present in the action ot schawic, ana ais finguished herself in several olhcr afTairs, l-articularly of Pow...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 7 December 1841

;n our primary schools, will sccure to it the patronage of those who nro intcrcsled in tho instruction of youth. ANATOMY AND.PHYSIOLOGY. Mcssrs. Mack & Lambcrt proposc to give a course.consistingofthrec lectures on tho a bove sciences at tho town room, t':.c first to commence to.morrow cvctiing. Thcse scien ccs will ba illustratcd by tho use of a Jlanik'm or modcl of n man afier tho skin and cellular substances havc bceu removed, consisting of 1700 picces, sojconstructcd as toadmil of bc ing spparately exhibited, and to disclose ,!. j internal organs as they are in a living We can or.ly say that attendanco upon these lcc'ures as a source of hichlv useful informa. lion is recommended by gentlcinen of great re spectibitity, who have listt ncd to ihcm. The n enikin is f-aid to bc an uniquc ar.d wonderful specimen of art, by thc aid of which the anat omy and (he vnrious organs ofthe human body in nll tlieir relations, are exhibited with an ac curacy and a plainncss liighly satisfact...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 7 December 1841

Just Received, T the Middlebury BOOK-STORE, the followin' Annuals for r3. 1S42 viz : The Gift ; -a t 'I'tio Amnrnnttl ! ) 5" 2 ) 5- Thc Dahlia : Th2 Itosc; and Thc Gem. ; I Tlic L'ubhiet ofModern Art; Splcndid The Gcms of Art ; and Thc Forget-me-nol ; Annuals. -ILSO a large nssorlm?nt of miscellaneous, . lassicnl and scliool Book. stalionary $-c, for sa!e cheap for rcady pay, by J. HAu.'vii. Middlebury Nov. 0, 1311. 27 2m MILLIMERY & MANTUAMAKING. anss POND 'S ESPECTFULLY infonns the Ladies JjDtL of .Middlebury and vicinity that sho lias npened a shop one door north of tho Longre ifntional nieetinn house, where sho hns just received from N. York a choice assortmenl of Itlillinery Goods, ailapted to thc coming season, among which EOJNTNETS, Silks, Ribins, Straw TrimniingSj and a bcauliful selcction of Artificial Flowcrs, parlicularly adapted to tho winlcr fashions. Slic is also preparcd lo cxccutc in tho bcst inanncr all orders in the line of Dress Making, aiid invilcs Iier fricn...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 14 December 1841

II . BELJL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. DECE.MBER 14, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 32. ix tiiis iuteu ake rublisiikd tiie public Okdees, Resolutioxs, Laws, Public Tkeaties, Ect. of tiie United States, BY AUTnOBITT. The People's Press m prinled in the Brick Buildinfr JVbrlh endof the Bridgc, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by whom all orders for prinling Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards. of every description,tcill be neally znd fashionably execuled, al shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Viltage eubseribers 82,00 MallFubscribcrs, ...... . 2.00 jnaiuuau ana uomnanlcflwho take attlie ofilce, or 1,50 cents If paid in six montlu. Companics on stac rotuea, ..... 3l,"5 i a..w ii iaiu iii n innnuis. Those who take of Poilriders, .... $2,00 Companlcs aiid Indirlduala oflT Uifl roulo . 1.75 or 1.50. ff naid in ftix montha. No papen dUcontinucd until arrcaracs are pald, cxccDt at the opilon of the proprietor. No parments to CarrUrsallowed ex. ceptordered by tlie piopriclor. All eomniunlcations ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 14 December 1841

reach it a suiicn stor m of wrath was heard at tha d oor. ' Sacr.r-r-e ! lele ! Sacr-r.re Sacr-r-r-r-re! thermthe last syllable being roade to roll like a watchman's rattle, tninglcd with another epithct and name that, an angry Frcnchraan ncver spares, was heard rising like a fierco tcmpcst without Ihe door. Suddenly there was a pause a gurgling tound, as of oneswal lowing involuutarily and the storm of wrath ngain brokc out with rcdonblcd. fury. I seized iny hat, and- opened lhc door, and the whole jnattcr was at oncc cxplaincd. We had ex changeit Bats ; and thr.ro he stood, thc soft cauliflower gushing down his cheeks, blinding his cycs, flliing his inouth, hair, mustachios, cars and whiskers. Never shall I forgct that spcctacle. Thcre hc stood astride, like the colossus, and stooping gently forivard, his eycs forcibly cksscd, his arms hcld drooping out from his body, and dripping cauliflower and buttcr at everv rore. F rfaiil nn tnno-pr lnif. rcfaininrr his hnt, I rushcd from the...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 14 December 1841

rapHlty witli wliich tlmr resourcre ' t0 rcdee,n ill nft fail 10 taw Ihe ineani, a! " J' "?M dSibt but tbat InvlnvofthatlwnoraMeconduet nn,n" rlll cach and all reort tu y "PUma,VfP?Sona ermpanying it, T"u ivin hh ni ' nroteeliun of our becn made '"ine,D1n;"Xa1,J in:and fromicr, durinc llie prr- Iw,t. wliiin our litnl:s. The benifit therfby dcslincd lo accrut .mrcli ki mCT-i-d in Ihe fur Irade, ovrr iliat niuiernres re rion wldrf w il-e ims.irui.ee o! cuMratin; fi ieudly relaucns with 5on to our iionlir ssilKnienu, and of cttatil'tliing the nieana ol" sale imeicourse Dwscen uie iuirucaii kiuwuwi , i, the Culumbla rixer.and those on thl eideof the Kocfcy 3IJ" talas, would srtm losuset the Importance ofcarryin? Into cnt tlie rcrnmmcndatiims upnu this head with as little dclay as luay fce pracitcablc XT Thc report of the Sccrctary of thc Navy of Ihe present con- Itlnnr.rtlint imnnriant arm of the national defcnce. Evcry cflbrt will bc madc to add , ; ;i.nm. nnd I cannot too strongly urg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 14 December 1841

Just Received, T thc Middlebury BOOK-STORE, thc following Annuals for 1842 viz : The Gift; Tlie Tokcn; Tlic Arnaranth ; The Dahlia ; TI12 Rose; and The Gem ; O -5 2 3 Thc Cabinctof Modern Art; ) Splendid Thc Gcms of Art -t and London The Furgct-me'-not ; ) Annuals. ALSO a largc nssorimont of misccllaneous, classical and schord, Cooks, stationary SfC, for sa!e clicap for ready "pay, by .,, J. LlAljAtt. Middlebury Nov. 9, 1S41. 27 2m jfS41. HiNDPACTORING. DAVEMPORT&TURMER WOULD respcctfully inform thcir pat rons, and the public gcnerally, lliat they will conlin io to reccivc WOCL at the cstablishment of llio Middlebury Manufacturing Company, to manufacluro into Cloths, Cassi. merc3 or Saltinetts, white or colornd Flannels, ckc. of permanent colors and mixcs, tosuitlhe taslc, on sharcs or by tho yard, at thc option of lhc owner. IScing furnished with lhc nccessary appara. us, and having in their employ oompetcnt and aithful workmcn, they will continuo to improvc the value and style...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 21 December 1841

II. BELLj....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. DECEMBER 21, 1811. VOLUME YL NUMBER 33. ls thxs rArEn aee rcntisnED the Pcblic OjfUEKs, Resolutions, Laws, PnBttc Treaties, Ect. or the Uxited States BY AtTTIIORITY. . The Popll's Prbs it vrmledin the Brick . . , d-j , Buxlding Jorth endof the Brtd-e. by RPHRAIM MAXHAM. l i m 7 ,A,,nv,wnMl-i Pamohlelt " Resolved by the Senale and House of Repre by ichom all orders forpnnltng BooKs, "mfAMt, senlatiWj ThilH;s Kxceller.cy the GovernoTbe, Bills. Cards. of everij descTiplton.xctll be neally and hereby y TeqUiSlKd t nsmj, a c0))y r lne 3i fashionubly executed, at shorl notice. foregoing report atid resolutions tii tlie cxecutives . of Ihe states bf Maine and New Hampshirs, and TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. 1 lo each of our Senators and Repreenlatives in Congress. Vltafe lubscribcn, 2.00 JUailtutxctibera 2.00 Iniliviiluals and Companlet! who lake itlheoBcr, $1,75,' or I.5U ccnw li pam ln bix inontns. Companics on siage rounw, or 1.50 it paid...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 21 December 1841

cofoco joaraals boasted of a ecrtain victorjr in Mississippi, so great was tho cmigration gotng oaofbankrupt speculators, swindlers, black legs and loafers, from that state to Texas. The Ides of November showed a Whig major ity of 2500, and a Whig gain of 5,000 from the preccding ycar. We apprehend that the current h set Iess strongly towards Texas the past ycar ; at any rate. if the Argus is proud of its fellowship with the twenty thousand fllississippians who have votcd not to pay, we are not Iess proud ot ourainancc wnti tne eign teen thousand who have votcd to pay. And does not any man see that if this debt had in truth been lllegally and fraudulently contrac ted, and was not binding, lt would have been impossiblc that a great party should rally as one man in favor of its payment 1 How much easier to make forty thousand voters believe that they ought nol to pay than that they oughl to nnv n hpn vv dcbt. for which thev had reali- zed no substantial consideration. The path of Imno...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 21 December 1841

roitees bs might, perhaps, be necessary. Mr. F. thcn offerrcd tlie following resolulion: Resohcd, That for tho bctter organizatton of the House, in additlon to the standing com mittees provided for by the Rulcs. ihc speaker oppoint the following select committecs for the session, lo constst of 9 members eacb, to wit : A selcct committee on tlie plan of Finance recommended in tiie Presidonl's message. A select committee on the apportionment of Hepresentotivcs 10 Gongress. A sclect committeo on the Smithsonun Leg ECV. Mr. Wiso nsked for a division of the ques tion, so tl nt the House might vote on the for jnation of each of ihe select committecs sepa ralely. The question iiaving been accordingly divi ded, and the yeas and nays having been called and ordcred on tiie first division, viz. tliat pro viding for a select committee on the plan o! f.nanco rccommended in tlie President's mes sagc," tlie question was takeD and decided in the nffi rmati c as fol'ows yeas 1 13, nays 83. Mr. Wise ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 21 December 1841

L Jast Received, T thc Middlebury BOOK.JTORE, the followinij Annuals for 2842 viz : Ths Gift; The Token ; The Amaranth ; The Dalilki ; Th3 Hose; aad The Gera ; il iil 3 Tho CabiiiatofModern Artf) Splcswid The Gums of Art ; nnd VLondon Thc Forget-me-not ; ) Annuals. ALSO a tergc SasortnMnt of nfilecoR'.beoB clasiosl and school Book, stationsry e., for sale cheap for ready pay, bj J. HAGAR. Middlebury Noy. 9, 1841. 27 -2m 1841. MANUFACTCRING. DAVEMPORT&.TURMER rOTJLD rcspectfuHy itil'orm their pat- rons, and the public gencrally, Ihnl lliey will continue to receivo WOCL at the estabiisJimcnt of the Middlebury nanufacturing Company, to manufaclure into Cloths. Cassi. meres or Sattinctls, white or colornd Flannels, &c. of pcrmanent colors and mixcs, losuitthc tastc, on shares or by the yard, at the option of ihe owner. Being furnished with the necessary appara. us, and hiving in their employ competcnt ancl aithful workmcn, thcy willcontiriue to improve tho valuu and stylo of the...

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