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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 January 1841

iiw fvtt fte BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1841. VOL. XIV....No. 33. NOT TUB Q L 0 n T OP O H I A 1 BUT TUB W B L P A K or BOMB. New Establishment. J P. WHALING .f- CO. inform the public that thcyliavo located themselves in the village of Burlington, and have fitted up a store on the east side of Church street, which may well be denominated "Cheap-side," nearly opposite the bank of .Burling ton, and are receiving from New York a choice selec tion of goods well suited to the season, which they offer for sale as low as can be purchased in the country, fir ready pay. Anions their Roods may be found leaver and broadcloths, cassimt res, satinets, flannels, merinos, mouslinc do laincs il'-c. A choice selection, also of French, English nnd American prints, equal, at least, to any m uiirlinran. A general assort a good supply of bleached and unbleached domestic goods. Also a good supply of crockery, of the latest patterns, with a few elegant astral parlor lamps ; ...

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. — 22 January 1841

Washington, Jan. 11. Among tlio evils which this dynasty has in flicted upon country, may bo enumerated the extravagant expenditures of the departments and the now modes of drawing money from the Treasury for services merely nominal As a specimen of these discoveries in this enlight ened ago, I invito public attention to one abuse, and there arc many others that might bo cnu merited. I believe I am warranted in saying, that during the first forty years of the Federal Government no Cabinet Minister, performing the duties of another, received the salary of both officers. It has frequently occurred, that a gentleman, has been called upon to discharge the duties of another officer, ad interim, but such a thing as receiving both salaries, it is believed, was never thought of, certainly never allowed, until General Jackson commenced Ids reign of econo my and reform. During the Presidency of General Jackson (in 1831) Roger Ii. Tuwy, then Attorney Gen eral, was called upon to act as Secreta...

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. — 22 January 1841

il lit THE PROGRESS OF TEMPERANCE. It will be pleasing to the public, there is no doubt to hear of the happy progress which temperance, lias made among the Irish Catholics of this town. They had last July formed themselves into an Association, and taken the pledge expressed in the following card which is given them : "BURLINGTON BRANCH or inn MONTREAL CATHOLIC TntllM'.ltAXCU ASSO CIATION. A. D. wat admitted on the --. 1SI1, by the Ilec. J. O'Callaghan, and made the, f Moving pledge i "I do sotenily promise to avoid intemperance, and "should it bo necessary in order to attain this object " to abstain totally from all intoxicating litpiors, 1 do hereby pledge itiysrlf to abstain from everyone of " them. I also promise by my advice and e.ainplo to " induce others to do the same." They take the pledge on Sunday with bended knees before the altar inprc-enco of the whole congregation. The revolution in morals and condition, which il has already produced among them in the short Fpacc ol si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 January 1841

"He touched his harp, anil tuitions heard, entranced." lHJAUTIES 01' MONARCHY. Tnr. Inpaxt Princess. The birth of a rrincess royal is a topic of congratulation nnd thanksgiving in the F.iislish papers i but, on the whole, the tono of the press is loss extravagant and filly than might have been expected. Thu tucking pigtons ore expected to be crazy on the occasion, and the poet Laments will probably writo something that tt ill outshine nil bis by gone) piaiscs of royalty, even tho "Vision of Judg ment." We do not believe any of them will produce any thing moro amusing, and less offensive to good taste and common sense, than the following from heigh Hunt, which wc find in the London L veiling Chronicle Host. Cour. TO Tilt: INFANT PRINCESS ROYAL. Welcome, bud beside tho rose, On w hoso slein our safety grow s; Welcome, little Saxon Guclph, Wi'lcomo for thine own email self j Welcome for thy fatlirr, mother Proud tliconoaiid safe the other; Welcome to three kingdoms! nay. Such is thy po...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 January 1841

NOT THE OX.OBT OF 0 aS 8 A nt BUT TKS W L P A X or KOMI. BY H. 1). STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1841. VOL. XIV....No. 34. New Establishment. T P. WHALING .f CO. inform tlio public that . they have located themselves in thu village of Darlington, and have fitted up n store on the cast side of Church street, which may well bo denominated "Cheap-Bide," nearly opposite the bank of Burling ton, and are receiving from New York a choice selec tion of goods well suited to the season, which they v-fTer for sale as tow ns vault purcliaitd in the country, for ready pay. Among their goods may be found beaver and broadcloths, cassimcres, satinet, flannels, Merino, mouslinc do laincs ipc. A choice selection, Also of French, English and American print, equal, ul least, to ant in liurlint'lim. A general assort ment of cambrics, muslins, plain and figured, edgings, tnscrtings, blond laces, efc. A great variety of shawls, and dress handkerchiefs, ladies' gloves and hose, with n goo...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 January 1841

FROM WAS It I NO TON. Waxiiiwto.V! Jan. 20th. The discussion-up-m tho I'ttu-KMrTioN Bill earricJ tlio session of ther Senate far into tlio evening and it is true, I believe, that no Pre mptimi Dill ever passed that body by daylight. Mr. lIuNTtNMTOX, of Conn., came into the So. nato in tin morning with a half dozen amend, mont?, all of thoni carefully drawn and design, od to improve the Bill. The friends of the uica oure, who arc the stronger party in the Senate, consented to the adoption of two or three ofthcin, intended to prevent frauds and make the prill eiplesof the Bill consistent with the provisions. The member from Connecticut deserves well of his constituents and the country, for hit per severing efforts to impiovo the Bill. Tlio few amendments adopted will have the goodelllet of preventing fr.iuils, and coiil'miu the act, in a measure, to actual settlers. The debatable amendment of the day w as a proposition to limit the Act to two year. Some of the friends of the measure t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 January 1841

In in y garden ninl tit my various employments. I send this to Mrs. Dc.itihaut, General Axt.nl lor Som erset and Vol set, anil request her to publish it for the guuu oi 1110 niiiicic'U. "micss my nauu, (Signed) Hlnrv tlovvn. Landlord nfllip Itock tun. F.vtni, Somi-rscl Witnessed by the Ilcv. C. W. II. Evmii:i, Hector of Lxton, nnd by James 1 ocno. Apnl2lili, 1 .' Dad llreath-nadl'crspiralion.TtolU these dis cover without disguise, the corrupt source from which ttiry proceed. How few pay intention to them or their ennseqnencc-s, or hale turned their thoughts to radically prevent tlictn I Soineodorifcrous palliatives arc the whole length 1 ln t science, litis gone in this re spect yet some weeks' use nf tho Vegetable Univci aal Medicines would retnoic the cause. Counlenan I'trruhnat Had Humour. The countenance is the dtal-plato of our interior, mid our being master of it, the suto sign of composure mid serenity the mint enviable anddcsirnlde of nil stales, nnd may claim Divine extract...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 January 1841

"lie touched liis liarp, nml nation Imirtl, entranced.' itJ"Tlio following beautiful lines are from the jcu of our gifted countryman, William C. Bryant. Are tlicy not very appropriate to the dawn of the New Year ! THE LAPSE OF time. Lament, who will, in fruitless tears. The speed with which out moments fly, I sigh not over vanished years Hut watcli the years that hasten hy. I.ooh.how they conic! a minded crowd Of bright and dark, hut rapid days; Beneath them, lite a suuimi-r rlond, The wide world changes as I gaze. What I gricte that time hn Uronlit so soon The sober age nf manhood oil ! As idly might I weep at noon. To see the hluh of morning gone. Oovdd I forego the hopes that glovr, f it prospect like Elysian isles j And let the charming future go With nil her promises and smiles f The future ! cruel wire the power Whose doom would tear thee from mj l'x-sri! Thou sweetener of the pre sent hour; We cannot no, wuwill not part. Oh, leave mo still, the rapid flight That makes Ihc cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 February 1841

NOT TUB OLORT OT C a S A n DOT T II E WCLTARO OT n O tlU B. BY lb 13. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1841. VOL. XIV....No. 35. cloths & :assimi.iii:s. BEAVER Cloth-, Log Cabin Ciisstmcre, lilac!;, Blue Black, Blue Drown Dalhia, Olive Green. Invisible Green and Oiccn, Steel Oxford and colored mixoJ Utnad Cloths. , MERINOES, Engli-h, French an.l German Mori noe; French ami German Thibet an J Saxony Uoth-j Taglionisnnd Alllpiue-; Black, Brown, Purple, Blue Black and li.ht colored Allapava Cloth-S Moii-cline tie Lainc, all wool, wool and cotton, Si silk and wool, black grounds vcrv line, I eii'illfiil. Shaker Yarn, nil colour- and unite vcrv fine: Ger man Cruel-, nil colours; Fringe-sand Binding-, heavy Silk, Mohair and wor-trd Frm-res for Dres.es nuJ Mantilla's very rich, l.y II. V. CATLIN & Co. l'arm for I'm Sale, rplin subscriber offer- for sale a Farm A one and a Inlf miles from Ihc College on the Winooski turnpike, containing 50, 100. 150. or .00 acres of l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 February 1841

mib jpjaiias From ibo Broome Republican. . 'IN ADVANCE OF THE MAII-" Wamihsciton Ctcv, I 4 th March, 1SH. , Mr. Cook In scn.lin you tlic enclosed, which is reported exclusively for the Broome Republican, 1 take prido in saying that the character established ly my coinmunications from this place for Hie New York Evening Tost, will only make it necessary, in order to ensure due credit for its authenticity and accuracy, that I should subscribe myself, Truly vourv, JOHN SMITH, of Arkansas. PETE KXTUAOHDINAKYi MARTIN VAN TUTRKN'S PARTING SUPPER. An entertainment of a novel and interesting character was given at the White House hy his Excellency, President Van Uui'.en, on the evening of the Ud instant, and being the last for the season. It was not tin nrmcmally asa Iiil'Ii conipliinont to a few choice spirits and valued friends and partisans in this native state, who had followed him "through evil report," and with unflinching courage, during the who'c of Ills administration, and most ot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 February 1841

BUOWN Table Cloth", S l.y 10l.h, warranted nil linen. M-o line bird's eye di.ipcr; crash, Russia dia.ier; cotton yarn) MacK and while tvinl- ,hn5i toting"" J -"-'"flVMiint, A, r. C U.OON Ol' FASHION, t llio lic.nl ( IV.irl i. O H.ul.nirlon, VI. JOHN THOMAS, r.i.b.onnl.lo Hair :ii!tt-r, mi l Knulil ul 1 1,.- Razor, eh illcnf llie whole Imrb.i.o I- IrnUTiiilv throughout llu! tvorl 1, to rut hair neater, or hi o siikwI tier op t Ii-.t llinii bun tlf. Al-o, ladies' false liairdre-cl in llio Lest slIo.. At liis -aloon i.tolcrinco arrayed, Dame Fashion wait" ti"ii imperial blade J Anil science le'aclie- tthcru In cut ur 'par.1, Shaping each luck ui I t-auiy tu a liair. Manhood ha vigor agi renew it prune, Anil brightly beams I lie Imiiiali fait divine; Hi- cliin i" -month, hi- hair cut n-la-inode, And bon ton notice is on imn I eatoxed. Ve who soft imlu- from beantv would ob'ain, Ye who Id aire wo it I bring I nek youth ng.iin. Ye learned who saeiout looks would wear, To Thomas come, 1111...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 February 1841

"Ho touched liis harp, and nations heard, entranced." Prom the Boston Courier. PROPHU.CV 01' I.OIU) BVRON, 11 RELATION TO NAl'OiSCN. The removal of llto remains of the Hinpcror Na uoleon from the island of St. Helena to Palis, by the government of I'rance, was predicted by Loid Byron in tho subjoined extract, and is but nnother verification of the wonderful prescience of truly great minds. How remarkable has been the fulfilment oftlic follow ing prophecy. Cut where is he, the modern, mightier far, Who, born no king, made monarch's draw bis car : Yes, win re is he, the champion and the child, Of all that's ureal or little. whe or wild ! Whose mine was empires, and whose slakes were thr.inr s i Whose table earth whoc dice vv ere human boncsl Behold the grand result in yon lone isle', And, as thy nature time, weep or smile i , Smiio for tin1 fetti-icd eagle brinks, his chain. And higher worlds than this are bis again. How must be siilo and turn to yon lone grave, The proudest sea-mark ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 February 1841

ttt fvtt fp) not Tun glory or cjbsarj but tub It F A or BOMB. BY M. B. STACY. BUKLIiXOTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1841. VOL. XIV....N0. no. farm fur Vor Sale. mllK subscriber oiler for sale a Farm JL one and a half miles from Ihc College on tlia Winooski lurnpiUe, containing SO, 100. 130. or 200 acres of land as the pur chaser may choose. The buildings with little ex penso niiy be put in good condition for a t.iM-ru, and there 19 not a belter location for such an establishment between Burlington and Montpclici. Tetius of pay ment easy, and any enterprising industrious man with a small capital may own a good establishment in a few years by purchasing this property. CHAUNCEY GOODRICH. Burlington, Jan. I I, 1341. CAHI.VIIT WAU 13. The subscriber has rcsum ci the Cabinet business at the old shop on Church street, formerly occupied by Nichols ct Hcrrick, and recently bv II. R. Walker, where he intends to manu facture and keep constantly on hand all kinds of CABINET FURNITURE, of a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 February 1841

ft mJ'T 'wwt mis ipibib! Fori Council op Censors, MARTIN C. DEmTnG, IlonningtonCo. AUSTIN K1UCHAUD, Windham, JOHN A. PRATT, Windsor, GORDON NEWELL, nutliind, LUTHER CARPENTER, Orange, PETER STARR, Addison, II R.MAN ALLEN, Cliritlondcn, HEZEKLUI II. REED, Washington, EPIIRAIM PADDOCK, Caledonia, GEO. W. FOSTER, Franklin, ALVA R. FRENCH, Organs, D WID 1 1 1 R B VRD, JR. Essex, WALLIS MOT-T, Grand isle COUNCIL OF CENSORS. According to t ho 43.1 section, second part, of the Constitution, the people art.' required toeloct Council nf Censors on the last Wednesday (31st) of March next, 'whoso duty it shall ho to inquire whether the Constitution has hcon preserved inviolate in every part during the last septenary, (including the year of their service,) and whether the legislative and executive bran ches of government havo performed their duty as guardians of the people, or assumed to them- selves, or exercised otllOr or greater powers than they are entitled to by the constitution. Thoy arc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 February 1841

Elizabeth Bioelow, 1 In Chancery. Chittenden m..r M.!S.tafN?IXlVRI.Y &Co.b Its Oeoboe 1I.Bio.mw ft County, January 8, A. D. J own 1 mitatton. will expire on nooiu ui "F' -" .... ncif. Having by cccnt arrivals trr .r W. Pwwm. eM. W "e G purchases, enables U9 'U,S s C nd of ? and Elizabeth Bigelow, his wife, both of Buckingham aonabloand well .sclcctc 00?u- " trnLt-" in tho province of Lower CanaJa, ami George Ilenry great a variety was i ever c Ocrcd in this market , . ,ow of gamo nn . m c StW-n ;1o& w . rjnn.l. of.ru vnriciv and quality, of Vermont, and to bo heard at the session of said Ca7nn EnS Sw cfi nd American, court of chancery next to be holdcn at Burlington, Od fcloths's KuViAl nnrtincnt. , within and for the county of Chittenden, or. the last Rum Malta Drugget f"f Moot woms, . uinu.i, a,coiiu oi .uiircii i gunm uumy nu. .naiis, ijrui,!.-. Potwin. a o of Bur nnton aforesaid, now of Zanes. LooK-Glasscsd.rcct from the manufacturer, villc, in the : staioof Ohio, Edward...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 February 1841

"lie toiichc Him harp, an J nations heard, entranced." run village blacksmith. BY II. VV. LONOrELLOW. Under n nprcailitij; i In s'nut tree, The village niily stands Tlio 9inilh n mighty man is lie, With large and sinewy hands, And the muscles of h.s brawnv arm, Arc strong as n on bands. Ills hair is crNp and Mack and long, His face, is like the Ian, His brow is wet with honest sweat, llncarns what'er he can, And looks the whole world in the face, Tor he owes not any man. Week out, week in, fioin noon till nigh), You can hear lu ! Mows h'ovv Vnu can hear bun swing his hi'av j sledge, With nicnstiit'd brat ami siov. Like a sevton tinging Ihe olu Kirk chimes, When the evening urn is low And children coining home from school, Link in at t'lf opi'ii door, They love In see Hie flaming forge, And hear the bellows loar, And catch the burning "parks that fly Like chaH'froui a thrashing floor. Ilego.s on Sund cv to the church, And sits among his bolt; He hear? the parson prit) and preach Hehe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 February 1841

- WOT THE GLORY OP C . S A Rt BUT THE W X. r A H OP BOMB, BY 11 B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1841. VOL. XIV....No. 37. l'arm lor For Sale. THE subscriber offer for sale a Farm one and a half miles frum the College on ths Winooski turnpike, containing 50, 100. ISO, or 200 acres of lanil ns the pur- thaier may chouse. The buildings with little ex pense may he put in good condition for a tavern, and there is not a better location for such an establishment between Burlington and Mnntpcliet. Tetins of pay ment easy, and any enterprising industrious man with small capital may own a good establishment in a few years by purchasing this property. CHAUNCEY GOODRICH. Burlington, Jan. 14, 1841. (it bush. Seed llye, free from all other seeds, for U r 1'earl-st. Sept. 16. sale by C. UENN3. C1AU1N 1ST WAH12. Thcsubscriber has rcsum J -i the Cabinet business at the old shop on Church etrect, formerly occupied by Nichols & H'rrick, and recently bv U. 11. Walker, where he i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 February 1841

OHMS IPtRIBg Fop. Council of Censors, MARTIN C DKmTng, Bennington Co. AUSTIN BIKCHAKD, Wimll.am, JOHN A. Pit ATT, Windsor, GORDON NEWELL., Rutland, LUTHER CARPENTER, Orange, PETER STARR, Addison, HUMAN ALLEN, Cliritlctulcn, HEZEKIAH II. REED, Wnsliington, EPHRA1M PADDOCK, Calddoni.i, GEO. W. FOSTER, Franklin, ALVA R. FRENCH, Orleans, DWID III Bit A ItD, JR. Essex, "WALLIS MOTT, Grand Isle. KKPORT Of the committee on rail-roads, on petitions for the construction by the State of a rail-road from Ogden.bur;h to Lake Champlain. Mr. Culver, from the standing committee on rail-roads, to which wore referred numerous pe titions, inomorijls, papers, &c.of sundry citizens if the counties of Clinton, Franklin, St. Law- rencc, li-so.v, Wnsliinn-ton, Rensselaer, oarato go, Jcllbrson, Chwcgo and New Yuri:, praying lor the passage of a law authorizing the con- tuructiunol n rail.ro.nl by the Stale Irom Ugdcns burgh to Lake Champlain. UK POUTS: The subject matter of these petitions is one deepl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 February 1841

t.nriK at this. rpilK copartnership of N. LOVELY & Co. by its ju. own iuiiuaiion, win cxpou u "j om ui jiimi noil.". Having by recent arrivals added to our fall purchases, enables us to ofTer tin assortment of sea sonable and well selected GOODS, as largo nndof ns groat a variety as was ever offered in this market at luch prices, as will make it fur tbo interest of svebv purchaser, to (u' at this well known establishment, or better known as thcChcop Cash Store, "on cheap ide." Wc cannot enumerate, but would incrcly.iy, wahavo if. Dry Goods, of every variety and quality, Carpctings, English, Scotch and American, Oil Cloths, a beautiful assortment. Rugs. Matts, Drugget for Floor Cloths, Crockery and Glass Ware, Lnoking-Glasscs direct from the manufacturer, Taper Mannings, 1 nitv groceries. Dry Codfish, Shad and Mackerel, Butter, Cheese, dried Apples, and Lard, for family use. Burlington, February 10, 1911. N. II. Need we -ny any thing to those indebted to this firm 7 wo shall see....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 February 1841

0-T A. imf-!n mm Man. "He touched tils harp, and nations heard, entranced.' sow thy snr.D. 8V T. HAFTIES. EccttsiASTEs, xf. 0. "Iii ttio tnorniiijf sow thy seed, and in the evening withhold not thy hand, tor thou knowest not whether shall pros per cither till or that, or whether they both shail b alike good." In the morning sow thy seed, Nornt uc witliholtl thy hand, Who con tell vvlnuli may sucetcd, Or if liolh alike thn 11 stand, And a glorious harvest hear To reward the sower's enro. In the morning sow thy s-jed j In the morning of thy youth ; Prompt to every generous deed, Scatter wide the seeds of truth ! Ho whoio sun may not at noon Never can begin too s.on 1 Nor withhold thy willing hand In the eventide office, V.'tn to life's last lingering sand, In thy c'osing pilgrimage-, Seed may yet be sawn by thsr, Sown for immortal.ty 1 "By all waters," be it known Every where enrich the ground, Till the soil, with thorns u'ergrnvvn, Shall with fruits, nnd flowers abound: Pregnint with...

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