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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 May 1844

ttiiL ItoAD SuDJcmrriom We were in li opt before going to press, to be Able to any Just llow mticli slock had been subscribed to tho Vermont find Massachusetts Halt llond, but wo ore not. The amount, however, is about $300,000, and the subscriptions arc still going on. The farmers' in the neighboring towns ate doing their duty upon (ha subjectt In Wilmington, it will be teen, llidy are to have a meeting upon the subject, on Saturday next. Wc, doubt not the wealthy and intelligent farmers of that town will make liberal subscriptions. Bevkre Frost. On Tuesday night last wo were visited with a severe frost, the first wc have had for many weeks. Corn, and garden vegetables have been considerably injured, and it is npprchend cd that a good deal of fruit will be cut off. So far, til r.tlt.r In M 1... Loan mlldi colder llinti in April. Tho frequent rains during the month, have had a fine efl'ect upon grass and English grain, which look finely. Graham's Maoazink. This periodical for May and...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 May 1844

For the Thconlx. dgentlemuto! assist mb n6w,. ' ' , 'Let mo, at thy bright atlar bow ; Lend thy advice, and thy kind care, , A place In these bright folds to share. Assist me well to act my part, Hot from the paths or truth depart, A 1 In nature' works shall pry, full well their glories lo descry. But why should 1 attempt the thing, Sjnco there are those to whose names cling Bright wreaths of honor and gems of gold, Whose lofty minds would fill this fold, With language pure, and IhoUghU divine, In all this region here to shine. 'But still at this tunc, fain I'd sing, Of nil the lovely joys of Spring, , .Of Him who reigns in heaven above, And rules our earth with truth and love. Yes, ' will speak of nature's sweets, .Which soon each anxious eye will greet, And shov us that n God there In, Who marks each action done amiss. ' ' j Ycl some, perchance, will vainly try, This revelation to deny, .4. -, It was by chance, and not command, t They say that this bright world doth stand. Frail w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 May 1844

VERMOIT PHffllNII. .iri" '..'.iUi BRATTXEBORO, YtMAY 31, 1844. YOL. x. no: 40. BY WM. 33. BYTIIE . W, S, PHIPPS & CO,, JVo. 75 Kilby Street, Boston, Have received by recent nrrl vnts nil extensive assortment or I1IUTISII, & GEU3IAN GOODS, viz :' WHITE COODS. WtiiH-4 black and while nntti t .itfipa t A-'f to'tf-4 black mid while flint Nets , Mockllil, Brussels, liri-j cnnli, wire gtuutid and Jnr.qiinrd Lares; Black silk niel Nets; L,.le llireiul, giinptire Ullinff, Asnuurlon and iilntt Lnces and edg nit's, black and white; Jllondc Quillings; colured Ruches ', Filet and tulle shawls. LACK goods. ilonk Muslin and Cam bric Kilging and in-serllni's; Muslin Collars, newstyle;! Ulnck Mcnirninir uo; JJotik , Swiss & Jacquartl Muslins: Curtain Muslins; Ilishop Lawns; Check'd, satin striped,! and plain Cambrics; Swiss check'd and tmtui spot Cambrics; Lace striped Cumbrics; corded Skirts ; Lone Lawns: Linen Cambrics; Linen Cambric Handkerchief; DRESS GOOOS. Cotton Bulznrines, Wors ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 May 1844

, KEW FIRM And New Goods. milE subscribers having formed n. enpart- X nershiii uniler the nnmo o( CI1ILDS SJHIQENT, would rwpcrlfiilly invito nil in .vanlof Goods to call and examine ihebetl and cheapest slock of goods ever offered Cor sale In 'this vicinity. They were bought with cash, very low, and will be sold at a small ad Vance Ifom cost. We have every variety of goods usually kept fur the country trade, and they rntisl and shall be sold. JVJNTEV, all tho Palm Lear braiders In the country, to braid No. 2 and 4 hats, for which we vill pay tho highest prices in goods at the rash prices. " , A. 11. CHILDS, "' 1 E.C.SARGENT. Wilmipglon, May G, 1841. 37 NOTICE Flour Dealers. THE subscribers lake this meth od to inform the in habitants of Brat- tinhorn, and all Fluur dealers on the Contiecti cut river, that we arc shunted so as to fill all orders from the East for Flour, as the facilities ore such from Albany by Rail Road and River, that it will be to tho advantage of all Flour deale...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 May 1844

LICENSES. .LETTEtl or M. l. . Parish. Esq.. To the Chairman of the Central Committee clieleri N- "ill hold Vir "' aid f aid Asso of the Vermont Temperance Society. jciation, at the Town loll, mi XVcilripsdajr next. Sin, Since completing llic lour described in Tll 'I'P 6lce Club, consisting oflhc Mrnn. my last report, I have visited Rutland, (East Hurdittaiid Sawyer, of this village, will be In at nnd Wral, Manchester and Dcntlingtnn, on tendance during' llio day, and in tlio evening will thp West Bide of thu mountain, Windsor, ' give a Concert at the same place. Wcathersfleld, (nt tho How nnd at Peiklns-l yjlle,) Springfield, (North nnd South,) Clies-! The Slavery Question among the Method ter, LudloW.ProctorHVille, In Cavendish, Felch- Ms. This question, which is the great nglta Yille, In Heading, (where n severe rain pre- tor of nil bodies in the Union, ecclesiastical nnd vented a meeting,) mid Woodstock. I have political, wni the one orprincipnl interest nl the also .pent a fortn...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 May 1844

Y", , , . Selected for llio rhocnlx. g$ il ( MY 'BUOTHEIl'B OIIAVB. Bright flowers are springing near thy siinpla stone, TJiaUkVps Us silent vigil o'er thy mould 1 'he musk rose here, in fresh-born beauty blown, Opes lb tlio winds her glowing cheeks unfiild j Here, too, the sun-flower droops his head or gold, In seeming sorrow for thy early doom J Ami here the willow's long gleen locks unroll d, AVi.n mournfully above tli v narrow tomb. Shrouding thy resting place in a sepulchral gloom, Out' never more to thee shall summer brinir ! Her thousand joys of song, and sky, and bloom ; ihe '.vilcl'bee with young roses wantoning, ''Shall hum unheeded o'er thy silent tomb. No triore shall thou Inhale the sweet perfume The zephyr bears away finm ravished flowers; No more the sonr?a of birds shall chaso'the doom That sometimes crossed thee in thy weary hours, fT" L .'. j J , J. - - 1 1 it. I i . car is cum biiu urui iu mi untie vwreicsi iiuwurs. For thou hast left the bright and lovely earth, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 June 1844

VERMOITj PHtEWIX. Bt' WM. K. HYTIIElt. BllATTLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 7, 1844. VOL. X. NO. 41. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS ; on INDIAN PURGATIVE. rjnilOUGII many medicines have been before t lie JL public for u much longer period than Whioiit's Indian Vkoktaiile yet none stands now in higher repute, or ban more, rapidly attained n firm, huld upon popular estimation. Tlic thunsnncU that have used them throughout the length and breadth of the Uepuhhc, all bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in the most distressing disorders "which lk-bli is heir to." Tlie theory of disease on which Wiuoiit.nI's dun Veoeticlb Pills are founded, is this, viz : that there it only 'one primary cause if all the disortlcts that tijjltct the human family, and that is corrupt humors; or, in oilier words Impurity of llliiud. 'I'll is principle is now so generally admitted, that it may ill fact be said to be sustained by an universal ity of opinion, the few dissenters...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 June 1844

Vermont $!jomU BRATTLEBORO, FRtDAY.JVXE 7, 1844. FOR PRESIDENT, X2 B XtT R "5T ron vion president, THEODOnE mELINGHUYSEIT. BALTIMORE CONVENTION. We give up considerable space this week to the proceedings of the Convention of our opponcnts,held at llaltimore last week,cominencing on Monday and lasting until Thursday, The final result is,tbe noini otloiis stand as follows : For President, J AMES K. rOMC, of Tennessee J for Vice President, Gr.onOE M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania. This is a result en tirely unexpected by nil, nnd It yet remains to bo seen how it will be received by the parly. The Convention was a very stormy one and the debates exhibited great bitterness and acrimony ol feeling, and were carried on in the midst of great uproar and confusion, Mr Van Buren's friends adhered to him with great fidelity through eight tedious ballot Ings, but the South as a matter of course carried the day, and the North we suppose will bow to its haughty dictation. With three candidates for tho P...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 June 1844

Correspondence oftlio Impress. Washington, Juno 1, 1CU. In seventeen davs. Contrrrsswill atlinurn. nml tlm in termeiliite tltne will be tlio busiest days of the. session. More business will bo done than during all the days of mr session past. The Senato have disposed of the Tariff bill of Mr. McDufiic, under peculiar circumstances. They have decided, In tlio first place, upon nn amendment moved by Mr. Allen, of Ohio, tint " the Tariff of lBli is not unjust, and ought not to bo reduced." The voto upon this amendment you will sec, by the report of proceed ing, was 10 for the amendment, and 21 against it. Mr. Wrlzht, of New York, after Toting, and saying, as somo ofjiis friends in New York, havo argued, totes now that this act is " unjust, and ought to be reduced." Mr. Wright will not find it nn easy matter to escape from this dilemma. Messrs. Buchanan and Sturgeon, of I'dirtsylvima. who TOted also for the Tariff o 1312, more consistently than the Senator from New York, vote nart that ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 June 1844

From the Florida Light of the Iter" of May 4. THE FALL OF ALAMO, OR LAST DAYS OF CROCKET. A pamphlet, with this title, has been is sued in St. Louis; it is by John II. Drown, n gentleman who has resided many years in Lavunca, Texas, ami writes from observa tion and correct information, derived from enquiry on the spot. It gives an account of Faniu's Massacre, as well as the battles of Conception, Goliad, San Antonia, and in fact the history of the war, we copy a part of THE DEATH OP CIIOCKET. Col. Crochet, wounded and closely, pur sued by a number of the cnemy.retroatcd in to the church, foiling them as they approach ed, he stationed himself in a niche, and in tho corner determined to face the foe to the last, and sell his life dearly ; with his favor ite rifle and a superabundance of small arms, lie hewed and shot them down with tho same nwful certainly which was charactenstip of his indomitable spirit. Ilia position render ed access to him impossible, except by a di rect and expos...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 June 1844

VERMONT PHffilYIXi B 11 A T TLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 14, 1844. VOL. X. NO. 4f. BY WM. E. ItYTIIEIt. Committee of the Whole qti. the Tariff t April y'J, 1814. To the American Public. Improvement In whatever regards the happiness and welfare ofour race is constantly on the march tu perfection, and with each succeeding day some tie iv problem is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, having an important ami-direct bearing over man's highest destinies. If we take a retro spective view over the past twenty yearn, how is the mind struck with wonder I What rapid strides has science made in every department ot civilized life i particularly in that which relates to the knowledge of the human system in health and dis ease. How valuable and indispensable are the cu rative means recently discovered llitough the agen cy of chemistry I How does the imagination kindle and our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near approachlothe standard of perfection, of the present time ! Through the elaborate i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 June 1844

Vermont $Hjot.tU. BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, JVE 14, 1844. rOU ritESIDENT, '"hen RY 0 1 AY. FOR VICE TIIESIDENT, THEODORE mEIiINGHUYSEN. WHIG STATE & RATIFICATION CONVENTION, Al Burlington, Wednesday, June 20, 1844 The Whigs of theStutool Vermont, (and nil others without rcgnrd to name,) who aro in favor of the elevation of 1IENUY CLAY to the Presidency, and THEODORE FRE LINGHUYSEN to the Vice Presidency ol the United States, nre requested to meet in Convention at Hcblioto, on WEDNES DAY the 2Cth of June, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of nominating Candidates lor Stale Officers and Electors or President and Vice President of the United States. And oho to confirm the nominations made by the National Convention held at Baltimore the first, of May last, for the Presidency and Vice Presidency; and for the transaction rf other matters deemed necessary, preparatory to the Annual September Election. As Governor Mattocks declines being con sldcred' a candidate for re-eiection, a new c...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 June 1844

WOOL THE PRESENT TARIFF. The Albany Argus complains that the eiiiting tariff It'flnjuit towards the wool-grower, becauto It ilwi not Impose duty enough on the cheaper kinds of wool. As wo have before staled, the wool costing less than T cents per pound, so much of which ts imported, Is of a coarse iballty uch as Is not and cannot be raised In this country, And therefore docs not enter Into competition 1 With our domestic Wool. It is used In the manufacture ofcoane cloths, blankets, carpeting, and the like whereas our wool is consumed for broadcloths, cassi meres, "home-made," flannels, hosiery, &c. Now if a larger duty is imposed upon this coarse wool, it must necessarily como from the consumer of the first-named articles, for the manufacturer will bo obliged to chargo higher prices than heretofore for them. So the tax in reality would press In far greater proportion upon the poorer classes for whom the Argus and Its kindred prints profess such hearty lore and so deep a regard. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 June 1844

BRISTOL BRICK; A ItEMARKADLR FACT. Some of our citizens have no doubt no ticed boxes of brick of precisely the snmc character of the imported Bristol brick, pass ing through town occasionally, on their way to Boston and the south. Wo had the cu riosity the other day to trace back these baicks to the source from whence they came. It is said that tho only place in the world in which these bricks havo been made, (except of course those we are hero speaking of,) is Bristol, in England. A small vein of tho sand was many years ago found near Liver pool, but it was soon worked up and ex hausted. Somewhere about the year 1820, an Englishman who had been concerned ei ther as an owner or operative in the works at Bristol, camo over to this country, think ing that he tni&ht discover something which would enable him to share the monopoly of the trade with the Bristol manufacturers. He traveled in the United States five years, making diligent inquiry and investigation, without being able to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 June 1844

VERMONT PHCEWIX. ft. BY WM. E. KYTIIE BRATTLEBORO, V t JUNE 21, 1844. VOL. X. NO. 43. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS; on INDIAN PURGATIVE. THOUGll many medicines have been be To re the public; for a much longer period than Wiiioiit's Indian VEGETABLE Vu-U, J'clnoncxland novr.in higher repute, or lias more rapidly attained n firm jiold upon popular estimation. The thousands that have used them throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed Jn the moil distressing disorders "which flesh is heir to." The theory nt disease on which WitimiTNl's bias Vioejable Pills are (minded, is this, vit: that there is only one primary cause of all the disorders that afflict the human family, and that is corrupt humors ; or, in other words Impurity of lllood. This principle is now so generally admitted, that it may in fact bo said to be sustained by an universal ity of opinion, the few dissenters constituting ...

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 June 1844

ANOTHER TEXAS MESSAGE. The acting President, Tyler, has brought the subject of annexation of Texas before the House of Representatives, by Message. The following is the Message : Message from the President of the United States. To the House of Representatives of the U. States : The Treaty negotiated by the Executive with the Republic of Texas, without a de parture from any form of proceeding cus tomarily observed in the negotiations of treaties, for the annexation of that Repub lic to the United Slates, having occn reject ed by the Senate, and the subject having ex cited, on the part of the people, no ordina ry degree of interest, I feel it to bo my duty to communicate, for your consideration, the rejected Treaty, together with all the cor respondence and documents which have Iieretofore been submitted to the Senate, in its Executive sessions. The papers commu nicated embrace, not only the series already made public, by orders of the Senate, but others, from which the veil of secrec...

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 June 1844

HAMPDEN CO. COMMON PLEAS, MASS. A couple of canes were tried at this Court list ' week, that ore of some interest to our readers, and we give a brief notice of them Charles Stearns rs. Samuel B. Purple. This was an action brought by the plaintiff, who resides In Springfield, against the defendant of Northfield, (or maliciously siloing the plaintiff upon a note before it was due, thereby causing him great injury by the attachment of his property nnd affecting Jih credit. The proof was, the defendant held a note against the plaintiff for $l35,made pay. able by its. terms April 1st, 1842 that on that day, hearing' gome .rumors affecting the credit of the plaintinVhnd having demanded payment and been refused, he caused tho note to be sued in Vernon, in this State, and a large quantity of timber to bs attached and it was contended by tho plaintiff that such paper was by the laws of Massachusetts, entitled to three days grace, and was therefore not then due, and that sueing a note before ...

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 June 1844

TilONa-TIlE FARMER'S DAUGHTER. ' ' -' DV ARTHUR MERRILL, On Sacn't bank, where the lillies stoop To kl Iho placid water, And the willowa oVr its bosom droop; I first met the farmer's daughter, Her eve's met mine, as alio took the flowers Which I from the heath had brought ber t How full of bliss were the few short hours I spent with the farmer's daughter! The dew was still on the grasy lea, The morn when first I met her ; The words were sweet that she spoke to me Ah ! can I e'er forget her ! The swallow rock'd on the fickle spray, And dipp'd in the flowing water; I ' The robin warbled a blithsrune lay As Itkisi'd the farmer's daughter. I journey 'd far, jJHjnt shore, But my mindVand weary ; And as I thoughtwaWt days nfyore, My heart was again with Mary. 1 lonj'd to be by her side once more, And I sped again o'er the water ; And found the spot where befuro wr met, JJut found not the farmer's daughter. The robin's song 1 no longer heard, The scene was dark and dreary ; Huih'd was the ...

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 June 1844

wERMOMT PHtENIX BY WM. E. KYTHEIt. BltATTLEBOllO, Vt. JUNE 28, 1844. VOL. X. NO. 44. To the American X'ubiic. Improvement in whatever regards ttic happiness nlid wvlraro ofour race is constantly nn tliu inarch to perfoetioii, and with eacli succeeding day some lletV problem is solved, or some profound scciel re vealed, having an important nnd direct bearing over man's highest destinies. It we take a retro spective view over the past twenty years, how is the mind struck with wonder I What rapid strides has science mode in every department ot civilized life! particularly in that which relates to the knowledge of the human system in health and dis. eaie. How valuable and indiipensablc are the cu rative means recently discovered tliiouoh the agen cy oichemislry ! How does the imagination kindle and our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near approach hi the standard of perfection, of the present time I Through the elaborate investigations oi 1 hysiology, or the science of Life, and t...

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 June 1844

II N COIVOKESS. Cottcspondcnco of Hie N. Y. Express. Washington, June 10. Sunday , 3 o'clock, A. M. SCENES OF THE NIGHT! The House resumed the consideration of bu siness at 4 o'clock. The Indian Appropriation Hilt was sent to the Senate. I he Navy Bill was brought before the House upon the amend ment or the Senate to restore the .."Spirit 11a tion," which the House had abolished. 1 he amendment of the Senate was agreed to. - Corporeal Punishment. The amendment of the Senate in relation to corporeal punishment was disagreed to: Ayes 54, Noes.87. , . The bill then passed from the Senate to the House. ... r .i 6 3-4. Motion to go into Committee of the Whole to take up the Cumberland Hoad bill, lost. . . Dill to establish a Naval Depot at Memphis, under consideration at 7 o'ciock 7 o'clock. Mr Thompson oi .miss, opposing. the bill. Wants a Naval Depot at icksburg 7i o'clock. Mr Hammet of Miss, is work ing hard to kill the Memphis bill. The appro priation as'ied is $100,000. Declares it ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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