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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 June 1844

The Liberty Parly and the Colored Voter. Wo copy tlio following article from ihe 'North- cm Star,' a paper conducted by colored cltl ens in Now York State. Thcro Is truth In cveryslino of It. Wo do not know a colored citizen who is cither a Liberty man or n Loco, foco. Tho Northern Stnr Wo hAVO now briefly exQtnined tho means. bo laros we have been able to discover them, by which tho Liberty party aims to abolish slavery. If or tho reasons given, wo do not believe tho means can accomplish tho alms. Ono word aa to tho measures of tho Liberty nartv. Wo iMlu"'M-ui "i me columns 01 tlm, Colored Amer can, some years ago, that this political party would lailfns a political party, to abolish slave ry. Our reason then, was, and now is, that jiib party must tall to abolish slavery, because it has changed its issue has forsaken anti slavery, and adopted for self. The. parlv aims at, not the abolition ol slavery, but the possession of office, as its primary object; abo lition is secondary, 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. — 28 June 1844

THE DYING GlrtL. !.My mother t look not on me now, tWitll that sad, eorncst eye J JQianio me not, mother blame not thou My heart's last wish to die t 1 ennnot wrestle with the strife I once had heart to bear ; And ir I yield ayouthlul life, . - Full hath it been of care. 'Nay, weep nnt 1 on my brow is set The age of grief not years ; ,a Its furrows thou mayesl wildly wet, ' ' Hut ne'er wash out with tears i ' i - And couldsl thou 6ce my weary heart l . Too weary even to sigh t ,0 mother ! mother! Ihoo wnuld'st start 1 And. say "l'were best to die 1 '" 1 know 't is summer on the earth ' ' 1 hear n pleasant lutie Of waters in their charming mirth t feel the breath of June, -i The roses through my lattice look The bee sails singing by The peasant takes his priming-hook Yet, mother, let me die ! There's nothing in this time of flowers That hath a voice for me, -' The whispering leaves, the sunny hours, The young, the glad, the free There a nothing but thy own deep love, And that will li...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 July 1844

m VERMONT PHCGIIX. BY IV M. E. It Y THE BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JULY 5, 1844. 3. VOL. X. NO. 45. SPEECH OF MR. GEO. P. MARSH, ON THE TAHIFl"' HILL. HOUSE OF KEPS APRIL 30, 1814. The House being in Conimittccoftlic Whole, oil the bill reported by Mr. McKay, from the Committee of Ways and Means, to modify and amend the Tariff Inw of 1842. Mr. Marsh, of Vermont, addressed the committee as follows: Wo have cause, Mr. Chairman, to con gratulate the House and the country upon the temper in which this debate has been in general conducted. The gentlemen who have participated in it have confined them selves more closely than is usual to the real question at issue. They have maintained their respective positions with a cool ear nestness of tone indicative of honest differ ence of opinion, and no discussion of the session has called forth greater ability or exhibited mqre successful labor of prepara tion. The controversy is indeed momentous momentous both in its direct bearing on all the great intere...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 July 1844

THE CONVENTION. ' A lull description of tho Stato Convention we cunnot possibly give to-day; tho minutes of the business transacted is appended, and lor the rest we can now barely assure our readers that Ihe memorable- mass convention of 1840 was far, very far outstripped by lliUl The Empire State sent her thousands to cheer the hearts, we doubt whether we may not say with ou(' exaggeration, of the tens of thousands of Green Mountain Whig. It was a great mul titude, which no man can number harmony prevailed in its councils and the spirit was exhibited which deserves, and il it pervades the entile party, will secure, the proudest victory over won by the Whigs of Vermont. We trust we shall be able to furnish our readers next week with interesting details of the pro cession, from the Free Press. Watchman. MINUTES OF THE CONVENTION. "' DonrjiHOTONi June 20, 1844. Tfio' Whigs ol Vermont, assembled inmnx convention, were called to order by the Chair man of the Slate Committee, anil organi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 July 1844

m RAIL ROAD CONVENTION. The citizens of Amherst, Hadley, Sunder land, Monlnsuc. Lcverettnml .miiiln.lnirir. I, ..i, l n Contention in Sunderlnnd the 25th of' Jum-, ! to take into consideration the subject or a Hail i Road route between Hockaiium and Miller'H river. I The meeting was large, each town on tho route and vicinity being represented, and nil evincing a determination that nothing (should be wauling on their part, to bring the subject fairly belorc the public, that the best route may . bcclected for all interested. T'le meeting organized by choosing Gen. I Pnrsons West of llndlev. Pri-smlnm. nml .Innn. than Hnrtwell ol Montague, nnd Horace Hub bard of Sunderland, Secretaries. Hon. Edward Dickinson, in behalf of tho Committee on resolutiona.prcscnted tho follow ing, which were unanimously adopted. Whereas n Railroad route Is chartered from RosTon through Fitchburg to Urattleboro, in the State of Vermont, and tho increasing im portance of the trade between Vermont and the Cunn...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 July 1844

AW. THINGS PERISH SAVE VIRTUE. ' Sweet morn so cool, bo calm, so bright, The bridal of the earth and sky, The dew shall weep thy fall to-night, " v For thou must dio. Sweet rose whoso fragrance now 1 crave To glad my sense and jny mine eye, Thy root is ever In Us grave, . k And thou must die. Sweet spring so full of shine nd showers, - It makes the weary spirit sigh . To think, with nil their herb nnd flowers, That thou must die. Sweet music e'en the lovely song, Which from my harp in window high Is. floating on the breeze along, Zn thou must dio. And all the bright and glistening train Of stars that stud the deep blue sky, Must they all perish nono remain , To glad the eye I ' And vales, and fields, and rushing streams, ' And mountains that Invade the sky, Are they ns baseless as our drenms I And must they die? . And nil that's beautiful and fair, .. On natmc's face love's melody, Tiial makes sweet music o( the air, All, all must die ! A man, frail form of senseless clay, ' -Though...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 July 1844

ll . VERMONT riKKM V. 'T ' - ' '11 ftli rl 1 Wfl.t.lU'l , V,. ia j BRATTLEBORO, Vt; JULY 1844. BY WM. E. It Y T II Ii 3 It . VOL. X. NO; 46. ' WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS; on INDIAN PURGATIVE. THOUGH many medicines have been before the public for a much longer period than Wrioiit's Indian Vkof.table I'i i.i.s, yet nono stands now in hlzlier repute, or has more rapidly attained n firm hold upon popular estimation. The thousands that have used them throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, all lieur cheerful testimony In their thorough cllicacy nnd mild operation whenemployed in the most distressing disorders "which flesh is heir to." The theory of disease on which WmnitTNl's nuN Vegetable I'ili.s are founded, Is this, vizi Mat there is only one primary cause of all the disorders that ojjlict tilt human family, and that is corrupt humors; or, in other words Impurity of Uluod. This principle is now bo generally admitted, that it may in laci no saict to be BUstaineu by an u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 July 1844

aai.g:rT.r-TV'-:"-'i From the Burtington Free Press. THE CHEAT GATHERING. It fa difficult to give utterance to the prido and satisfaction wo experienced at sight of the. countless multitude of sterling Whigs who honored our town with their presence on Wed nesday the 26th ult. We liau scarce Known what to expect. We hoped indeed that wo should see tlic evidence of a feeling among our friend, which like that of 1840 would sweep over nil resistance and give a cheering earnest oi victory, Hut the Inteness ot tne can tor tne Convention led us to fear that our brethren would not awake in timo to do themselves and their principles justice. How great was our disappointment, the events of that memorable dny will sufficiently indicate. It seemed a.i if the popular feeling, backed for a while in its objects by the unexpected treachery of one of its instruments, had hurst forth with a power all the more overwhelming and resistless for the obstarles presented to its career. Instead of being cont...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 July 1844

07-PnESII DISTURBANCES IN PIIH.ADEL,PIIIAGUEAT EXCITEMENT. Early on Friday morning, (fitli,) nn at tack was made by a small party of Irishmen, about filly in number, upon the tents which had been pitched for the accommodation of the Native Americans, on the 4th, in Fish er's woods. The few individuals in whoso care they were left having been forcibly ex pelled, and, in some instances, severely beat en, the Irishmen proceeded to demolish tho tents. Other exasperating outrages arc al leged to have been committed by the Irish, among which is mentioned the rending and burning of the American Flag which float ed over tho Gth Ward head-quarters, in the Northern Liberties. Tho excitement pro duced by these nets of unprovoked violence, increasing throughout the day as tho knowl edge of them was more extensively dissem inated, towards evening was inflamed to the highest pitch, by the rumor that arms had been carried into tho Church known as St. Phillip do Ncri, situated in Queen street, abov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 July 1844

3 ffEJie following account or Putnam'3 cele brated, Bear Adventure, is copied from a General H'3tory of Connecticut, by agen- ticmanof the Province, second edition ; published in London, 1782 :" Wo road David slew n lion and a bear, mid afterwards that Saul trusted him to fight Goliah. In Pouifret lives Colonel Israel Putnam, who slew a she bear and two cubs with a billet of wood. The bravery of this action brought him into public notice j and it seems he is one of fortune's favorites. The story is as follows : In 1751 a large she bear came in the night from her den, which was three miles from Mr Putnam's bouse, and took a sow out of a pen of his. The sow, by squealing .awoke Mr Putnam, who hastily ran in his shirt to tho poor crea ture's relief, but before he could reach the pen, the bear had left, and was trotting a way with the sow in her mouth. Mr Putnam took up a billet of wood, and following the scrcamings of the sow till he came to the foot of the mountain, where the den was....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 July 1844

if IME I Y V t iY WM, E. RYTIIER. BRATTLEBORO, V t. JULY 19, 1844. VOL. X. N?0.-47.- TV., IVcw Principles of Purgation ! CORNAltO'S JPtmiPXING AND PXISSEHVINO PILLS. VERMONT PHOENIX, MONDAY, JULY 15, 1844. ESSEX COUNTY DANK AT GUILDHALL The Now York Express, In one of its money nrtt c!cb, lias the following : "Wc bcllcVC It tl nnW KnYfin vnnrm .inrA lti mtefi nf - mo uuiiuiiau nank, Vt., passed into tho hands of lie 0f ceivers, ami irom that day to this, nota dollar, not ( THE American public hai for a lonp; time monthlies, willi its rich feast of Tnl things, is upon Inn, done, ha been furnished to tlio creditors." been tlic victim of a false and dnneerous our table, -lt-ims turial capital-articles. "Med- ti j . U system of medicine founded on the prnctire of dobs, or Eastern Story Tellers," "The Advocate h.. . rr. , ,L . y "I1 Tm" r.nisrn r.nNTINIIP.n AND ITnII KI.IF.V.I r ..i ... i ... .',.',,.,... . never furnished a dollar to Hie creditors of the ED PURGATION" Ti e evil, or iWs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 July 1844

ltienls with tho augers and as the chips were English oak and charred and, as tho gun corresponded with what we expected her armament should be taking into con sideration the various accounts and tradi tions of the disposal of, and location of Kidd's vessel and her cargo, we, who were prosecuting tho survey, could come to no other conclusion, than tlint this is the vessel with tho immense treasure obtained by that renowned free-bootcr of former days, who carried on his depredations and atrocities to such an alarming and successful degree. We therefore stopped our survey, and under the direction of persons of great skill and experience in submarine operations, we aro now having built, and nearly completed, ap paratus and machinery for working under water, removing mud and raising large weights, such as has never been surpassed, and with the recent improvements in such kind of apparatus, perhaps never equalled. Our apparatus already consists of a number of diving dresses and .helmets,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 July 1844

THE MORMON DIFFICULTIES. Mr C.harnbera, one of tho editors of the Mis Bourl Republican, writes from Quincy, tho 80lh ult: "At, Qulncy I found Governor Ford. Ho reached Columbus on Friday morning, very much exhausted, so much so ihat he had to bo lilted from his carriage. Tho next day he reached this place, where ho has established his head-quarters. He has established expresses between this and the seat of war, by which he Is almost hourly advised of passing events. Tlie reason for the Governor'3 removal to this place and establishing his head-quarters here, is his want of confidence in the people immedi ately in the vicinity of the excitement. He is alike afraid to trust either the troops or tho cit izens around Carthage and Warsaw. Tho Governor hns deputed n commission consisting of Mr Jones or Columbus, and Mr Fellows of Schuyler county, to visit tho Mor mons at Nauvoo, to inquire particularly into their situation, and to give them such instruc tions or orders as they may deem ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 July 1844

tBroviNG AND FOKGIVINO Oil, loving and forgiving Sll, IUVI1IU . .".ft. e xf- i .1 1 rA-rlh. IB nilgCI-vuiu v-...-, Yc5r'were not worth tlio 1 ivwg II ye loo nau noi uinu i Oh. loving anil forbearing How sweet your miiions here ; ji Thngrief that ye arc sharing Hath blessings in its tear. Oh, stern and unforgiving Ye evil words of life, That mock the means of living Willi never-ending strife. Oh, harsh and unrepenting How would ye meet the grave, If heaven, as unrelenting, -Forbore not nor forgave I '- Oh, loving and forgiving Sweet sisters of the soul, f'ln whose celestial living The passions find control ! Still breathe yuur influence o'er us - Whene'er by passions crost, And, angel-like, restore us The paradiso vc lost. If ye too had not birth I PEMBERTON HOUSE! Howard Street, Boston. Opposite the head of Hanover Street. ITTillF. inbicr bcrs havinn leased JJi. the 1'emberlon House of its Into nnil nnniilar landlord. Col. Mur dock, would respectfully solicit the 1 natrnnaiTO of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 July 1844

VERMONT ii'.' ' l . T .'I !; ' 1 1 1 1 I Ml MIIIIIIH MM iiiii i I - . . . ,. i , . I ' " "i-XLjt - :r.i . . , ..j, Trr'ji.v!ii,i!!j'''!ii ii ii... mi I,... BY IV M. e. 11 YT II Kit. BRATTLEBOBb, Vt. JULY 26f 1844. the American Public. to perfection, and with eacli Fiicccedinir day some hew problem is .olvcd, or aoine profound scc-rct re vjalcd, having on important and direct .bearing bVeman highbatuWjnies. Il'we'Uke'a retro pcctive view over tho past twenty year, how is hc mind struck Willi wonder 1 Wf.nt rapid strides las science made in every department of civilized lire ! particularly in that whicli relates to the Knowledge of the human system in health and dis vase. How valuable and indispensable arc the cu rnl.ve means recent y discovered thioughthe ngen C? picliciiiistry ! How does the imagination kindle nd our admiration glow at the ingenuity, tho near hpproacli to the standard of perfection, of the present lime I Through the elaborate investigations t,l Physiology, or the sc...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 July 1844

4 rid Vermont 3j)ljocuiv DRATTLEDORO, FRIDAY, t7M'201lB44. , roil I'KESIDENT, II B W RY CI A "ST. roil VICE 1IIESII)ENT, THEODORE PIUSJCINGHUYSSN. FOR GOVEIINOR, WII1IAM SIADE. FOR. LIEUT. GOVERNOR, HOXIAOE EATON. f FOR TREASURER, .. , JOHN SPAXiDING. Senators for Windham County. -WTIAAAM ItAKKIS, SAM'L P. TIIOiHPSO.Y, 1 ItEUUUN WINN. Wmo CoxonnssioNU. DutnicT Co.ivkntioX. Tho coll for lliis Contention, to be liclil at Manchester on the 7th of August licit, will he fuiiml in our columns. Wo trait it is unnecessary to remind .tlio Whigs of Windham County of tho importance of Iwmg well ami fullyTeprcscntcd in this Convention. Although thcro can bo litllo doubt as to tho nomination to be made at this Convention, and that that nomination would not Iks altered by the presence or oboenco of a full delegation from tliis County, )ct It is important that we should show to tho Whigs of the other portions or the Dis trict, that wo aro not unmindful of our duty to them and our own rights. It wi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 July 1844

.. OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM. In cotiscquchco of frequent application from . broad for Information contained In tho article be low, which Was drat published nearly two years since, We have teen' requested to Insert it again. llrnttleboro East Vitlngc, is comprised with- In mill BiltrMtl Imtrlni la .. ! 1 . r rf ibt toct frm f f W.'i'Tn fr"m ! ft?.rt?-e,Bh.lcPn years of nge. Tho overono Siava iiiiiiiin .X i FT. ,3i ,, , ,; 0 i !.au5.l ',M.br..l100,?4 tn,.'.?.ht b-v female Iho .inn.-! ov u muiB ifaciicr. i i cv continue i ro' lirt ...itl. .1 . I " , 11,0 cf.ePtin of vncniions n-L iiioununff to two months or more. Children -..I : 1 j i - . I i .1 i houses for tfio primary schools are localcd in different parts of the Village to accommodate the children in every section of tho district. The building for the Central school is near the centre of the Village, so that the children nt the extremes of the district are but little more than a mile distant from it. Tho children in the primary schools ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 July 1844

THE "SOMEBODIES AND THE NO BODIES. ft 'Mamma,' Said Miss Julianna Sclina Car ollnn Languish, "who are llioso Middlctons 1 aro'they anybody V 'Why, my dear, young Middleton joined in the hunt last week, and wag introduced at the last ball, and keeps a greyhound, so you know ho must be somebody! 'Yes, mamma, but I can't help thinking that they arc only retired, very good sort of people no doubt, and all that sort ot thing, but there is something about them that makes me think that they are nobody after all. 'My dear they must bo somebody.' 'No, mamma, they want to pass for some body t but, as everybody knows thero is al ways a something which tells you directly whether anybody ia anybody and it is not n bit of use for anybody who is nobody, to pretend to bo somebody. LOCO FOCO ATTEMPT AT DECEP TION. We find in the Journal of Commerce the following letter from James K. Polk, the Loco Foco nominee for the Presidency: Columbia, TcN.Nr.S5r.n, June 19th, 1344. $ Dear Sir: I have received r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 August 1844

j r BRATTLEBORO, Vt. AUGUST 2, 1844. VOL. X. NO. 49. BY WM. E. RVTIIE VERMONT 1 1141 MX. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS j OR INDIAN PUUGATIVE. riTIIOUOH many medicines have been before the JL public for a much longer period than WmaiiT'a Indian Vkoktabi-e l'li.i.n. yet none elands now In ! higher repute, or haa more rapidly attained a firm ! lipid upon popular eatimalion. The thousands that li i ..:u-: mi. . I i ( .1 have used them throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in the moat distressing disorders "which flesh is heir to." The theory of disease on which TVaiairrjil's dun Vegetable Pills are founded, is this, vizs that there is only one primary cause of all the disorders that njjlict the human family, and that is corrupt humors; or, in other words Impurity of lllooil. This principle is now so generally admitted, that it may in fact bo said to be sustained by an universal ity of ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 August 1844

DllATTLEBOIlO, FRIDAY, AUG. 2, 1B44. X'OIt 1UIESIDENT, HENRY CKAY. FOR VICE PKESIDENT, THEODORE FBEIiXNGKUVSEir. FOR. GOVERNOR, WILZ.ZAIYI SHADE. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. FOR TREASURER, JOHN SPALDING. Senators for "Windham County, WILLIAM IIAKIUS, SAM'L F. THOMPSON, REUBEN W1HN. BRATTLEBORO CLAY CLUB. ,V Meeting cf the Club will bo held at Wheeler'a Hall on SATURDAY EVENING next. Aug. 3d, it 7 o'clock, for the purpose of choosing Delegates to the Congressional District Convention, to be holdcn at Manchester on the 7th instant. A punctual attendance Is requested. Per order. J. W. FROST, Sec'ry. DISTRICT CONVENTION. The U'liigs of the first Congressional District are hereby notified to meet at Manchester, on Wed nesday the 7lh day of August next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose ofnominaling a candidate to represent this District in the next Congress, and ot transacting any oilier luuincss deemed proper. A. G. DANA. JOHN KIMBALL, J District Committee. II. CANFIBLD, July...

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