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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 September 1844

NEW GOODS. BAXTEIt, llKOTIIEUS, Ho. HI Kiwy street, have received by recent arrivals from Europe, a largo ami select variety 01 r orcign uuuu, In part as lonows : EEiWEIi, PEZiOT, AND EROADGLOTHS. "riii nnii-riKii1nisf B'rnnriclOVH fF the town irStratton,in Hie county oi Wind 10 Casluncrc and Crapo del Lames ; Chameleon Brocades; Chusans ; Caihmero d'Ecosse ; Laussanno Caihinorcs; Satin stripe Talma Lus. ires , C-4 Tartan Cashmeres ; Zcnobia & Arabian Lus trcs '. Alpaccaand Orleans do; Marian anu satin suint Uinrr hams : Alenines'. Silk Velvets! Satin &, Velvet Vcstings j Rich printed and colored velvets ; Gipsy and fancy Cloak' ings; Gala Plaids ; Crape Checks : Cashmere, l'laid and oili er bruwls ; Scarfs; Cravats : Muf flers ; Boston, August M, 1814 Hosiery j Gloves , Mitts J Reticules l turses , Linens J Lawns ; Nap kins i Table Covers t Linen and imp. Hdkla.; White Goods Laces; Embroideries; muslin col lars ; Habits; Culls; Flounc- inga; Mourning and IJuglo col lars ; W...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 September 1844

THE PROVINCE OP WOMAN. BT UAltlUtl MOORE. A some fair violet, loveliest of llio glade, Sheds ila mild radiance on tlio lonciy shade, Withdraws Its modest head from public light. Nor courts the sun. nor seeks the glare blMight J Should sonic rude hand profanely dare intrude, And bear Us beauties from its native woods, Exposed abroad, its languid colors fly, Its form decays, and all its beauties die. So Woman, born to dignify retreat, Unknown, to flourisli( and unseen, be great; To give domestic, life its sweetest charm, Wiui softness polinllj'nnd-with virtue warm ; Fearful of lamo unwilling to be known. Should seek but Heaven's applauses, and her own i oiiouia arena no Diamc uui inai which crimes im part The censures of a self-condemning heart. Heaven's mlnist'rlnir nntrcl. she should seek the cell Whcro modest want and silent anguish dwell: Raise the weak head, sustain the feeble knees, Cheer the cold heart, and chase the dire disease The splendid deeds which only seek a name, Are p...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 September 1844

VERMONT. riMIMYI X. JB11ATTLEBOKO, Vt. SEPTEMBJiSK 13, 1844. BY WM. K. IIYTHBU. VOL.. XI. NO. 3. WTo the American 'MR. CHOATE'S SPEECH, Public. Improvement in whatever regards llic happiness and welfare ot'our rnce is constantly on Hie march to perfection, and with each succeeding day some new problem is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, having an important and direct hearing over man's higheft destinies. It we take a retro spective view over the past twenty years, how is We find in the Boston Courier of Friday n full and accurate report of tlie address of Mr" Choate, delivered before the Young Men's Whig Club of that city on Monday evening, 19th ult. carefully printed from his own manuscript. It is substantially the same ns the one made by that gentleman at the mind struck with wonder I Wirti Mpiu strides the late Convention in Springfield and vc lias scienco made in every departmri . o civilized 1 transfer jt lo our columns, believing wo can life ! particularly in that wh...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 September 1844

LETTER FROM MR. CLAY ON ANNEXATION. Wc find tho following letter from Mr. Cloy in tho North Jllabamian of the lCth ult. Ashland. July 27. 1S44. . Gentlemen: 1 have received your favor informing me (hat my views, as disclosed In my letter from Raleigh, on tho question of tho Annexation or Texas, are misconceived, if not mlarpnrrsnnted. in vour nuarter: and that it is fupposcd that I have changed my opinion from what it-was in 1819. I endeavored to express myself in that letter as explicitly as I could, and I do not think now that it can bo Tnirlu mlainternrfitl-d. In 1919. when I addressed tho Houso of Hmrrapntniives. the Executivo had negotiated the treaty with Spain, by which Texas was 4linn olvrn nnv snnp.tinn Lo the cession. I be. lievc now, and 1 thought then, that tho Trea ty-making power is not competent, wiwum the concurrence of Congress, to cede away any TVrriinrv lwlmi(?iiiff to tho United States. Congress, by repeated acts, subsequently man :r.tS,i Ua nnnrnlmiiiin of the T...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 September 1844

Election Returns. Wo havo spent not a little j labor and tlma in preparing condensed and intelligiblo returns or tha recent cloction in Oils State, so Tar as those returns have como to hand. ( Tho threo prcsont able anil distinguished Whig mem bers or Congress, Messrs. Foot, Collamor and Marsh, have been ro-clectcd by increased and triumphant ma jorities. 1'aul Dillingham, Jr., the present loco mem ber from tho 4th District,.is defeated. Tho voto, so Tar as heard from stands, for Dillingham 61-11 for Chand ler fiWl Tor Putnam, abolitionist, MOG leaving a ma jority against Dillingham of 703. There ara M towns to bo heard from, which last year gave Kellogg a ma jority of ICO. The summing up is a Whig Governor by the pcoplo, Whig Legislature, a .Whig U. S. Senator, and tlirco members of Congress, with Dillingham elected to stay (it homo. Glory enough for ono campaign. EriscorAi. Convention at PiiiLAnr.f.riiiA. This Convention met last week at Philadelphia to act upon thu resignation of...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 September 1844

Choalt's1 Speech toniinued from first page . sumption of cotton is already stationary in "England and France, and that the tiling aimed at by South Carolina, is not to in c;Crcaso the supply against that demand, but t'o increase the demand, by increasing" Eng- Jish ability to consume; and to do thai bt Riving to the English manufacturers the market of America. "Tho waters of Texas flow into our Mississippi, and therefore it would bo impious not to reunite what nature had joined. Impious! as if there would ndt be exactly the flame clamor for it, il its : waters flowed into I know not what lake of lire or of death I "It will consume such unknown quantities of northern manufac tures," Unknown, indeed 1 as if we were quite as verdant as not to be perfectly nware t tnat the precise object ot some of the promt nent movers of this business is to get Texan votes to slop your mills, not Texan custom era to buy your cloth ; that some of those men would be glad to day, to see you send ...your ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 September 1844

VERMONT PIKE MX. it H '1 BRATTLEBORO, Y t.kSEPTEMBER 2 0, 1844. VOL. XI. NO. 4 BY WM. 12. HYTIIK R. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE TILLS ; on INDIAN PURGATIVE. npiIOUGH many medicines havobcen before tlio A public for b much longer period than Wiiioht's Iiidiah Vkoktahlf. I'ills, yet none stands now In higher repute, or liau more rapidly attained n. firm bold upon popular estimation. The thousands that tiavo used them throughout the length and breadth tof the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to. their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in the most distressing disorders "which flesh is heir to." The theory of disease on which wmoiiTsrs dian Vkuetadle Filis arc founded, Is this, .viz: that there is only one primary cause of all the disorders thai nfiliet the human famiUt. and that is comm. humors; or, in other words Impurity of Dloodi This principle is now so generally admitted, that it May in fact bo said to be sustained by an universal ilv of nninion. the few dissent...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 September 1844

From the Botton Mas, Mr. Clay's Alabama Idler on Texas. The Boston Post, in that general spirit of misrepresentation nnu laiseiiood winch charac terizes tno whole courses ol the Locoloco press in tlio present Presidential contest, publishes a fow garbled extracts from a letter which Mr tlay has recently addressed to somo gentlemen in Aiaoama on the sumeci 01 the Annexation, ol l ex as to this Union and endeavors to Frovo that Mr Clay is in favor of that measure, t calls upon us, on this ground, to abandon Mr Clay, in adherence to the principles of nn nrticlo which wo published, when the wicked project of Annexation was first broached, un der tno combined iniiucnces ol 1 yier, Calhoun anil the whole Liocoloco lorce ol the country. There fs so little difference of sentiment he- twecn this Alabama letter, and the ground as sumed by Mr Ulay, in the able, ingenuous, anil patriotic letter which ho published in the Na tional Intelligencer in April last dated Ra leigh, April 17 that we have...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 September 1844

osWCWWfl MH CLAY'S STANDING AT HOME. MaiNK Electio. Malno has Eono for the Locos , The Lincoln Teleirrnnh nuhllshes the, fill- M a Tcrr decided majority. A !rtf!n nYtrnr-U from n lellnr rerenltv wrilton crnor uy about JUUU majority over all. tour members mlciVon ii elected Gov or Congress nro elected, 3 J.ocos mid 1 Whig. In 3 district no election. Wo copy tho following (lame from tho Boston Courier : 3 5 Cumberland, 29 CG17 iorK, Lincoln, Oxford. Kennebec, I'cnobscot, Waldo, Hancock, Somerset, t ranklin, Piscataquis Washington, 32 230'J 25 fi3I7 M 63CJ 41 4377 20 3793 SI 4757 2fl 4CG2 25 2571 25 2100 1 1 1572 5 25! 1844. w 8- I P 4920 3323 60fi9 1UG1 69ffl) 3115 2035 1IMI 2T2G 1222 250 2190 1810. I n ? 015 507 450 500 793 7G2 40G 01 603 41W 47 02 ! a S p GI3D 6715 4UG3 473 3109 3577 1997 2192 2073 17G0 175 1951 G791 4705 GOTO 29G9 G099 3592 2GS9 2203 31G2 1G29 335 2100 by the Itev. Dr. Nash, a distinguished divine in tlic Episcopnl Church, who Tins resided for ten years near Mr Cla...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 September 1844

8- fut' ..v.:-.--rijjw.M,iwwygiwrMi' .iwuMmiiiijui.uiiuuiii.Lii ) 'LETTER PROM GOV. JONES. A gentleman has favored the editor of tho Pittsburg American with the following letter, received from Gov. Jones 6f Tennessee: ' Nashville, August 5, 1844. Deaii Sm: I have- tho honor to acknowl edge tho receipt of yours of the 23d ult., and 1ii.it Ipnvn In nMiirn vnll that it D1VC8 mo much pleasure to nfTord the information you desire. It must strike tho friends or Col. Polk in this 'Hint tulili trrpnt nainnlsliment to see it slated in tho public journals of your State that ho is the friend and advocate of a protective tariff, when there is no political lact more notorious than that he is the uncompromising opponent or protection, uoi. roue, ior mo iasi iuui ur fivo years, has been beforo tho people of Ten nessee as n candidato for the Gubernatorial pt,ilr. niirinir that lime he has published his opinions on the subject of a tariff as often as six or seven limes, and in each and all of these ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 September 1844

VERMONT PIKCVIV. BY WM. E. KYTHEll. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. SEPTEMBER 27, 1844. VOL. XL NO. 5 2Vcw Principles of Purgation ! CO UN AKOS 3?xrniryiNo and preseiiving PILLS. IHE American public has for a long time been the victim ofa false and dangerous system of medicine founded on the practiro of LONG CONTINUED AND UNRELIEV ED PURGATION, "The evils of this old yritt'nl nre of the most wide-spread nnd alarm ing character. They have reached through tvery vein nnd artery of our nation. In every "City, and village, and hamlet in every Slnto "nnd Territory of our vait Republic, will he ?ound those who have sufl'cred, or who ore still 'suffering from the injurious effects ol this old system, of whoso practical utility the disease, jlecay, nnd utter prostration or those who test it furnish the most condemning proofs! COMMON DRASTIC PURGATION scours out the system by the most improper nnd violent menus, nnd then leaves il, weak, low, feeble, debilitated, to regain its strength Ids best it may. Some...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 September 1844

Grcnt Whig Mass Convention on Boston Common. 100,000 WD1G8 PItESEiT. Thlf tremendous and glorious gathering of whole hearted Whigs, whicii took place on the l!)th int., la the largest of an unparalleled aerlea or Whig meetings. Although present on the ever memora ble occasion, and a deeply interested spectator and hearer from morning till night, we have not the disposition if we had the lime, to give our own ac. count of it We copy all that our limits will permit from the very full and perfect description given In the Bos ton Atlas of the SOlb, and occupying 14 columns of that paper as recently enlarged. The 10th of September, of the year 1844, will be a day forever memnruble In the annals nf tlin irnndold Slate of Massachusetts. Our City of Boston, situated as it Is In the midst of a dense population, has never been thronged as it wasyeslerday. Probably nopoliiir.nl or oth er gathering, which ever occurred in our coun try, will compare with this, In the numbers or the magnilinentc ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 September 1844

irrWe call the attention of our readers to the j following npiriletl letter from our Beaton Corrcs. pondent. A portion or it wo omit Tor the reason that before iti reception we had In typo from tlio j Atlat a description of the same event. fiOSTON CORRESPONDENCE. TMi mechanics' fair and the great WHIQ CONVENTION. Boston, Monday, September 33, 101 1. We have had stirring tlmca In thla city during the past week. Boston has been thronged with strangers. Tho Hotels have been filled to overflowing, tlio private resi dences of our citiiens have bcon thrown open, and tho streets have been crowded. Tlio Mechanics' Elhibl- tlon was opened on Monday, and tho halls have been visited by thousands every day during the week, Tho display is said to excel that of any former exhibition. As it Is tlio first I have over attended I cannot say in re gard to this, I only know that every person should bo proud of this exhibition of tho fruits of American In dustry. Tho specimens of manufactured cotton 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. — 27 September 1844

A couespondcnlorlhe N.' Y. Courier, In n letter from Haverstrnw In that State, furnishes theYoUowing Interesting account as to tho man tifacttiro of needless- In one ofmy excursions to the lactones neat this village, I had tho pleasure or witnessing almost tho entire operation of needle making, ami nt lil nnlt natnlilMimpnt of .the .Kind I believe in tho United States, and which after languishing n long time finally uicu or inc want 61 Troltclion. The history of this en terprise was given by Mr Esses, on intelligent Englishman, and tho father of a neede ma h:L ..., n,i il,B nnlv individuals in this country who understand tho manufacture of needles. At six years oi age wrasse wu apprenticed to a needle-maker; the business was then in Its infancy, and each ndcdlo was made by hand. Improvement were gradua ly made up to 1828, when drilled eyed needles made their first appearance, and were then sold at a sovereign a thousand. A few years after, Mr Essex discovered the means olJiurnuhing ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 October 1844

VERMONT PH(EIX, if ft m 1 9 t 1 iit lfE It . BRATTLBBORO, Vt. OCTOBER 4, 1844. BY WM, E. It Y T W To the American Public. Improvement tn whatever regards tho happiness tlnd welfare of our race is constantly on the march to perfection, and with each succeeding day come hew problem Is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, having an important and direct bearing tiver mnn'a highest destinies. If wo take a retro tpccllvc view oyer the past twenty years, how is the mind struck with wonder 1 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 liealth and dis ease. How valuable and indispensable arc the cu rative means recently discovered through the agen tjy of chemistry I How docs the imagination kindle tand our admiration glow at tho ingenuity, the near approach to the standard of perfection, of the present time(! Through the elaborate investigations id I'hysiology, or the science of L...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 October 1844

ft RATTLE BORO, FRIDAY. OCT. 4, IM. rOtt PRESIDENT, XJSXKT CZ, AX. FOR TJCE PRESIDENT, rjuucxirftxxnrsxir. TOR ELECTORS, JEDEDIAH 11. HARRIS,).., JOHN FUCK, jvu large. M it CALVIN TOWN6LEY, 2d dirt. CARLOS CO0L1DGE, 3d dist. BENJAMIN SVIFT 4tu-di.t. KRASTU8 FAIRBANKS. . ,, AGRICULTURAL, FAIK. The firgj,Wir,of the Windham County Agri cultural Society was held at Newfane on Wed nesday and'Thursdsy of last week, II was attended by large concourse of people, larger, probably, than was ever before assembled in till CountV. except at tbeSiratton convention of 1840. Aye have beard the number various ly estimated from 20C0 to 5000. We under stand that the waggons in attendance were counted, and numbered pver 1300. If this be an, tbe number musthave greatly exceeded the lowest estimate. There was a very interesting arid respectable display of tbe slock, the pro duets, end the manufactures of the County- end what to us was of siiil greater interest, a glorious gathering of the producers of th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 October 1844

From the Boston Courier. VERMONT & MASSACHUSETTS RAIL llOAD. Hon. Abbott Lawrence! Dear Siry-Having been detained at my lodg ings by indisposition, and so prevented from attending the afternoon session of tlio railroad meeting oVer which you had the honor 10 pre side on Friday last; and learning that the claims of the iteenerouto were presented with great earnestness and force, I take the liberty uf staling in this note, the points which I should have urged in opposition to that route, ff 1 had been present. In tho first place, they liaviS no charier for a railroad to Kecno from our Legislature, and the claim of that route) is virtually a claim for delay Tor one year, and ihnt without anv assuranco that a charter can obtained so that a postponement for a year mav nrovo an indefinite postponement. 13ut there are four other distinct reasons, which, II I had been 'present, I should have elt com pelled to urge against ine Keene route. 1. The Brattleboro route is designed to ac commo...

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

TIlEkLAST GATIIERIGfef Ocean amfcaHh restore " . ' AH that yniir arms entomb ! '' 'From every distant shore, Come to the gathering como I ''- Bsges of daya gone by, Long mouldering in the tomb, Haale to the realma on high, Como to tho gathering como 1 . - r J.J , , ,, ., ,Wrrlor, with laurelld crown, , . . , t ,,- Who fix'd a nation! doom, , , , .Come to the judgment now, " Como to the gathering come ! ' ,K " Maiden, with lip 01 rose, ' '' And brow ofParian alone, ' . 1 JJaate fiom thy long repose, Come to the gathering come ! ' riglit wai thy dirk eye'a gleam,J Fair wai thy check of bloom, V V Again those charms shall beam ; "L ' Come to the gathering conical j tEg Mourner with tearful eye, A- V vCf Haste to thy spirit' home, X A peaceful rest on high J ,. , Come to the gathering come 1 Loved one of daya gone by, , Haste front the grave's cold gloom ; , Again we meet on high ; Come to lbs gathering conic I Ocean and earth restore All that your arms entomb, Myriads from every ahore,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 October 1844

YERMOEfT PH(EI1X. v wm. e. byther, J5 R A T T L E B 0 11 0 , Vt OCTOBER 11, 1844. VOL. XL NO. 7. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS; on INDIAN PURGATIVE. r"MlOUGII many medicines have been beforo the JL public for a much longer period than Whioiit's Isdiak Vr.otTAni.E 1'ili.s, ye't nnno stands now in higher repute, or has more rapidly attained a Arm hold upon popular estimation. The thousands that tl&VC Used them throughout the length and breadth bf the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony In their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed tn the most distressing disorders "which flesh is liclr to." The theory ot disease on which WiuniiTnI's war VroETAtLE iLts are founded, Is this, vizt that there is only one primary cause of oil the disorders thai ajflict the human family, and that is corrup. humors) or, in other words Impurity of llloudl This principle is now so generally admitted, that it may in fact be said to be sustained by on universal ity of opinion the few dissen...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 October 1844

without vitiating tho wliolo agreement ; ond if this view bo his, as wo ore warrnntcd in Havintr then so Ions as n single State oppo ses it. Texas cannot bo ours. Five States hayo nlmost unanimously, in their Stale ca nnoitv. protested against tho unholy project, 3o long then, ns they as one of tho small est Stales IS against ll anu isniiuui jf Clay's consent come in. So long then, as you aro true to the great principles of 1770 so long as you remain worthy descendants of the Pilgrim sires so long as the vestal flame or Liberty burns in your bosoms, eternal and uricxtinguishnblc so long is Mr Cny, three several times in the most solemn manner before the nation, and all mankind, irrevocably bound to oppose the annexation orTcxas to these United Stntes. Oh, then my countrymen 1 bo persuaded to trample under foot prejudice and parly rule, and quietly and conscientiously review the whole ground ; thou look to your country and to God, and do your duty, now in November, 18-14, before it i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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