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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 May 1841

E! NT THE GLORY O P O . S A H," B"o tTh7 W I. P TrrTTTTr1" STACY. SALE. I u" - 7 Cow.,, 4 Hon,-, 2 Slaps, i6nV-i:o,l",A,C,irl?' ""'""aes, Plows, Harrows and nl kind, of Farming Tools. The nbovo helmig! ing to the Estate of J. II. Hull, and will ho sold low for ready pay or on short credit for (rood paper. WjIUton, ApI 7, 1W1.LYDIA"A1'L' "' ZWtZSS . SPXJ.u Ciift. VVOLLU Jcspccfully inform tlio Ladies- nf UnrliiiL'ton anil its viemiie that she lias opened a shop in the Hiiik buildup?, on &C&- -Sim 'lie comer Kast of the Pearl A. W-t--. Ol. IIU'JSC. wncrc BIO in. I?Sttj lends earn ing on the bus iness of .Millinery nnil Dress making. Woik dom ,ii lhelateland most fashionable style. Repair ing and bleaching Straws nild Ict'lllim.. tlnnnm. clt,.r. liulicc. She intends keeping a good assortment of E.'mieds, Gnps,Ribbn;i, Flowers. Silks and I.aies. lly diligence and perseverance ill her htiincs she lopes to receive a bhare of thepatroingc. 1 omul ladies desirous of learning the bus...

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. — 7 May 1841

mm WBB3S8 couuespondence of the express. Wasiiixotnn, April 29. Curious tlcvoloponuints arc daily coming to light, anil niion some our Loco Toco friends and follow citizens will have reasons ns plenty as blaeberries for being turned out of office. If all rumors be true, there never was more of an augoan stable than the Now York Custom House. I have just beard of the caso of the Inspector and Deputy Col lector at Albany, who lias not been called upon to settle up his account, though ho lias been in office since 1S38, nor has ho paid over a dollar of his fees or emoluments ! Mis returns, it is added, iiro regular enough and exhibit about S3000 in fees received by him, though there never has been any accounts between him and the Collector. Tho fault is mi ovcright in office in omitting quarterly settlements, which bring tho way they have been done there, yon sco the propriety now and then of changing at least some one man in office. Mr. Van Huron and his administration, it appears, kep...

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. — 7 May 1841

ol'tho American People. Lul him spin n the threats ntnl entreaties, tlie cajoling and the denunciations, tlio coaxing nnd bullying of those wo have enumerated, as ho would the decit, falsehood and insincerity of w Inch they nro the prototypes. So doing, he will meet tho highest rewards which this world can bestow tho approbation of his own con cietico and of his country. "Proscription' ratified by the Globe. Prom tlio Globe of October 2, 1833. 'The opinion of Washing-ion, that to employ in ViiVA ofues men opposed to the (iotcrnment, is 'pe 'liticai suicide,' is kminrtly just. An Ailininisirn. 'tion vliicl prtn-tiscs this principle finds itself, as it 'were, in n hostile- ramp. Those who nrc to earry out 'it measures throw every obstacle in tho way of their 'execution. Nay more-1 they nro ever in confidential communication with thucneiny, to whom they reveal 'its purposes in advance, nnd w'liom tlicy furnish with distorted misrepresentations, instead of correct in 'formation, to bo u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 May 1841

'Retouched Ilia harp, anil nations heard, cntratiord." THE MUSKS VKi:i. Henry Rl'ssEM., Ilia vocalist, is yet giving Concerts in thu city of New York, lie is short ly to embark for Europe. The Express, of the 0:h April compliments him in the following high terms : " Mr. Rf.vsr.Lr., who may bo pronounced, all in all, the most popular and successful vocalist in the country, will give a Concert to-morrow eve ning at the City Hotel. The i-elections will embrace sumo of the choicest of Mr. Russell's favorite pongs, lie will a'-'u sing by request a monody upon the death ol General Harrison, written expressly for the occasion. Air. Russell was among the first to sing to the praise of the dcpar'cd Patriot while living, and is the first to invoke the solemn but soothing power of music in memory ol'tlio good mm now that he is dead. The rds are suhjo.ncd : nr.cuii.:.t o. tiif. diiath ok general ll.liililSON. Tun woiwe nv cr.o. r. mohuh, WVvp fur a spirit lied ! - 'l'lii' Milt'inn W'jrd Is .-pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 May 1841

NOT TUB O L O K Y OF C JO S A 1? DOT TUB WBLFAHB OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. MIILINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 14,1841. VOL. XIV....N0. 49. l'on SALE. 1PAIR OF OXEN, 7 Cow's, I Horses, 2 Sings, 6 Wagons, 4 Carts, Harnesses, Plows, Harrows, and all kinds of Farming Tools. Thcnbovo belong ing to the Estate of J. II. Hall, and will be sold low for ready pay or on short credit for good paper. LYDIA HALL, Admn. Williston, April 7, 1SI1. HATS. A. SEYMOUR, has on baud alarge assortment aiiiln sple- ittlod ariir'e of Hats of the latest New York lashion and of his own . mnnnfaclurc. which he oilers lor i inh r. fid invites the litihlic eener- nuy 10 ittiij examine, qiiii.uy nun price, belore purcli.iinf? clc where. Mcrchantsvvho are in the habit ol purchasing lints by the quantity and wiMi to et a good artielc cheap ure particularly invited to Ml. CLOTH CAPS, for boys oon ban land lor sale. IVarl st Burlington March 31st 1841. Gw LADIES' fino Kid, Merino, llcrlin, and black silk Cloves j white;...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 May 1841

From tlio IJoslon Daily Advertiser, May 7. ARRIVAL OF THE BRITTANIA. TWr.I.VE DAVS LA TEIl moil ENGLAND. Wo stopped tlio press yesterday morning, to nnnonnco in a hasty postscript tlie arrival of tlio Britannia, Captain Clcland, at two o'clock. We had tlien obtained but a few of tlio latest papers, and were consequently unable to give any tiling of a summary of the news. Tlio Britannia brought 31 pas sengers from Liverpool to Uostoti, and 57 others to Halifax, with 9 from Halifax to Huston. She niailo tho passage from Hali fax in US hours. The steamer President was still a missing vessel, and no intelligence had been received from her. News bad been received from Kay tt I to March 2Sth, from Jamaica to the 127th, and from St. Michaels to April 2. Hopes were entertained that she might have gone to Bermuda. Tli ii most important news is furnished by the ovrrland Mail from China and India, the substance of which is given below. Commodore Napier arrived at Liverpool, from Egypt in the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 May 1841

A NATIONAL BANK. "Tiitv urn rosed Mb. Jri-rcASON and tbampie Nit DOCTBINSS IN THE tU8T BCrOBC THKV CAM .STAB- ujh a National Bask." Argtu. Wc do not intend at this limo to discuss tlio propriety of creating another National Bank. The popular mind is steadily recov ering from tlio delirium into which it has been thrown by destructives and demagogues. Delusion is passing away and tlio day is not distant when the people wilt lie disposed to regard tlio great questions efl'octing their financial condition with coolness and candor. A word however, in reply to the gross and falsu assumptions of the Argus may not bo thrown away. We believe tlio time has come when tlio bold misrepresentations in which that print lias indulged for years past on this subject may bo met and exposed. Party frenzy has snfliciently subsided to ren der its old cutch-words and objurgatory statements about a National Hank unavail ing to excite the passions or mislead the judgment of the people. A national spirit of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 May 1841

'U touched his harp, nnd nations heard, entranced." 11Et.SIIAXZF.lTS VISION. Hour of an empire's overthrow I The princes trom llio feast were, gone.. The lilol flame was 1 nr n 111 r low "Twos midnight upon Uabvdon ! That nhtht the feast was wild and hih That uhdi t vva .ion's Ood profun'd i A seal was set on blasphemy, Tho lastiltep cup of wrath was drained I '.Mid jcwcll'd roof and silken pall, H.l-hazzcr on his couch was thing j A burn of thunder shook the hall lie heard ; but 'twas no mortal tongue: ''Kins of the I'nst I that trumpet call", That calls thee to a tv rant's grave A curscison thy palace walls A curso is on thy guardian wave. "A curpe is in Euphrates' bed, That never fill'il its bed beforoi A surge ihnt, ere the morn bored. Shall load with death its haughty nhoro. "lb hold a tide of Persian steel ! A tonent of the Jit dian car 1 I. ike flame the gory banners wheel Rise, King, ami arm thee for the war !'' Itcl'hazzrr ga.'d j the voice was past The lofiv iliinil cr fdl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 May 1841

BY II. ). STACY. I PAIR OP OXKV. 7 Cows. I Horses. 2Slnn 1 0 Wagons, 4 Carts, Harnesses, Plows, Harrows, n,l nil L-,,,,1., r l.' , ri i.... 1..1 ' nig lo the Estate of.l. 11. for rc-adv nay or on f hort lulod nrU'c'eof Hal. of tin luti'.t .New 1 orl; fashion and id his own maraf aciurc, winch lie oder- lor J .ale and inviiu-llie pillie gener ally to call, examine qun.liy and price--, 1 eloro purchasing el-e i-heie". -Mcrcliantswho an-in i n. Iinunoi pur 'irasiug nuts ' i liiequanuty aim wi.fi to et a good article cheap are particularly invited to Is"". CLOTH CAP5, for I ovs omi hand nnl lor tale. Pearl si H trlliiulon Mnre h 3 1 -I I 8 1 1 . fy PAT5WT FI.ATF0RM SCALES. WARRANTED. rilHIS i article is too well known to need common dation and the experience of seven years has demonstrated to tin- coiiinieicial community, that for accuracy, convenience and durability, they arc unrivalled Coal vard scales to weigh from 3 lo G tons. Dormant Wniehouso do, to weigh from 1-2 lb. to J00O lbs....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 May 1841

WSim IPtNBSSj Prom tlio N. V. Tribune. TIIE ANNIVERSARIES. The American Temperance Union. Tliis i.lillaiitrnnlc association held its celebration at the Murray street Churcli, yesterday morning nt toil o'clock. The exercises were opened with praver by Uov. Dr. Nott, of Union College, nftc'r which Hon. Theodore Frclinrrhuyscn, Pre sident of tlie Society, read an address setting f.irlh its rh.irnetnr. nilns. mpjns and sUCCCSSCS. The Annual Report of the financial condition of the Union was then read by the Treasurer. It presents the following summary : amount paid tnr printing, &c. 85,501, 00; salaries of Agents, sM'in .m. unoniTP. fmiftht. nnblic meeting, nnd other purposes not specified, SI.Ckm 0. The receipts are, for sales of boohs, &.C. &c. fit 1,127 03 ; Donation of E. C. Dclevan, 85,000 ; ilcn enuresis. 1..151 00. Balance m the Treasury. S3 11 -13. rim Kpti.hi ni" ilir. F.vocutivn Committee was then presented dy its Chairman. It alluded to ' l.,.1 nf ')'Aninnrnn(ntl1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 May 1841

R1UUUT0.N M.mKET Monday, Mny 10. From llie Boston Pntriot. Al market, 303 Hecf Cflllle, 20 yoke wotking Oven, 15 cows and calves, 210 .Slie. p, 210 Swine. About 115 Hccf Cattle unsold. , l'Ricns llccf Cuttle The prices out mini .last were hirellv sustained, nnil we reduce our qiiotilion trille. We quote First quality S7 a 7 23 1 Second e-ualityj-'JoOn ftli ?. i Tliinl quality S3 0 n Working Oxen Very few silcs e llcctcd. Cows and Calves-Sales S-., nne I Si .. Sheep -Scvcnl lots shenrcel at SI 7s, ti SI SO, and u lot not sheaved 81 73. . , , . ... Swinc-Salcs quirk i two Ion, part Bi-ikslnrc. at 51 a 51 lor sows and (J nud C! for ba.iows. At retail from 5 J to 7. NEWVORK MARKET. May 15. Domfitio Goons Tho news front England of the the settlement of the China dilli ultiea has had the ef fect to advance the prices of Drown foods, which have improved J to J cent n yard. Flour The receipts have been quite 1 trge, ami pri ins have declined since last week full 25 cents. .Sales of common b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 May 1841

worn ibiriBiB. He touched 'lis harp, anil nations heard, cnlrnnccil." Tho Tnov Hi'doet publishes 1'lorio's Last fjonui with tho remark, that the first part was was putilifhml sonic time, since but without his (ignature, anil therefore not recognized as his, and the last verses acre added aTlow days before his death. It will be read with a melancholy pleasure by the tinny friends of Mr. Uuooks, as the dying notes of one of rich and varied mill- trelsy. Albany Argus.) l'LOUIO'S LAST SONO. Oh, nvc life', departing ."-roll What varied scones of memory roll, Kidding tliu pioudest ami the best Sijjh to einbriec llir church-yard rest And pr:i, on biinaV faith 'est brink That the wild mclnir sunn may Milk. Hark, to the new-hum infant s e-ty, Italic, to llicnld mill's heavy si'h With proit'irrv anil memory rife, The music lids of human life. Wild o'er the woihl my course has 1 can. Aye, ended by an evil Mar, Up in earh sad, untoward scene, Sheddinc its bah ful liht from far, What w unilrr ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 May 1841

NOT THE GLORY OF OJESAR) OUT TUB WELFARE 5'o ;.F ROM B. tLL --. B.Y H. B. STAG Y. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1841. VOL. XI V.. ..No. 51. von SALS. 1 PAIIt OK OXKN, 7 Cow, 4 Horse, 2 Slags, -L G Wagons, 1 Carl", Harnesses, Plows, Harrows, mid all kmilsof Farming Tools. Thenbuto belong ing td the Kslate of J. H. H:ill, ami will lie sold low for readv nay or oil short cicilil fur good paper. LYDIA HALL, Admn. Williston, April 7, 1911. r PATENT PLATFORM SCALES. WARRANTED. TltlllS article too well known to need common M. elation and the experience' of seven years lias demonstrated to the coiniiieieial community, that for accuracy, convenience and durability, liny arc unrivalled Coal yard scales to weigh from 'X to G tons. Dormant Warehouse do, to weigh from l-'2 II). to 5000 lbs., Portable do. to weigh from 1 2 nz. to 2001bs. Portable Counlrr Jo a new article to weigh from 1-2 oi. to -10 lbs. J. it, J. II. Pf.ck & Co. Agents. nrlinaton, April 8 1911. New mill Kaslilonable T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 May 1841

AH1UVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. ronvrr.EN u.ws later fbom nmorn. The steamer Caledonia, arrived at Boston on the inst. bringing London papers to the 31 ofM-i.v inclusive, and Liverpool pa pets to tlio -1th, Iut day of sailing. No intolli.'encc respecting 'tlio steamer Pivsideut had lieeii received iiiKnglanil. M.ij. Gun, Sir John llarvcj, late Lieut, (lovenor of New IJruiisvvick, lias been ap pointed Uuvennr of NewfoundUnd. Wu make the following summary of the intelligence brought liv this nrrital F.noi.axii. Tho Knglish Ministry have sustained a defeat in the House if Commons on thu !7th of April, on tho Irish Voters Hill. The (iiioMiun was on pawing tho se cond clause of tho hill establishing an .8 franchise ns the limit of the ciialiucations of 11 voter. This was I elected bv ii Vote of 'JS9 to MO, making a majority of eleven Hgainst .Ministers. The .Ministry considered this decision as fatal to the principle of the Hill. They therefore abandoned it. On the iJOlh, Lord John Russell sai...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 May 1841

We have no tidings of the "l'rcaident," ami little doubt remains tlint she lias gone to the bottom, with all on board. Important Dr.cisms on Slavery. At tbo recent term of the Supreme Court of Ohio Judged Lane and Hitchcock on the Ilciith Judge Lane delivered the opinion of the Court on n slave caso as follows : , "That if the owner of a slave t rfttntarilu bring him into tins State, or permit to coiiie. alllough it should be only for the purpose of visiting or traveling through from one State to another, the slave in such case becomes a free man the mo ment he touches the toil of Ohio." CitAl'.i.rsOiii.r, member of Congress from Bedford District in Pennsylvania, died on the 10th instant, at his residence in Somerset, Pa. of consumption. A Ruined Country. The tolls, on the New York Canals, a true indication of the Slate of Trade, were as follows : First week of May, 18 il 891,1 'JO M " " 1810, . . . 5fl,Ml 71 Increase since last vear, S-17,117 70 Hudson RivrkIIkihhe. The Albany Brid...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 May 1841

'He touched lii harp, and iiatons heard, entranced." I'rntu ilio Nantucket (Mass.) Inquirer. l IIH IIOMK OK THE1 llO.MI'.LlISS. T.nno and homclc", sad tml dreary, Toiling thro' tins heartiest world i Where, nlas 1 caitono to cary find a home ) Where the halls- aro cay aid shining, Where tlio stately bniirjiid waits, Kosy wreaths the goblets twining-, "here my home 1 Where the fairy lights are sparkling 'Neath the prdtld add princely donio j Where the hoarded wealth lies darkling, There my home I Nay! for not in lofty dwelling Kind the homeless oft their rest ; Hoar they (hue no oiccs telling Welcome home. it the palace portal knockin; Long the weary pilgrim waits j Knocking, knocking, sighs while knocking Ah! no home! Cold the ntarhlo nll lie pres-cs"; Colder aru iho heal Is williin; Thcru he lilids no foml caresses, Tin re no home. 11m where the hearth is bright and warm. ,nd warmer welcome greets the ears Where hand meets hand m friendship true, O, there the stranger finileth eliL...

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

TOffljs.nju.v.,.,, , , , ' " " OF ROMS. HV H. B. STAGY. 1 I l IF nl.i nvr'V -r it..-. i ui 6 Wagons, I Calls, Harnesses, Plows, Hiiirow.s, OH. I all kinds nl I arming Tunis, 'I'lio nliovu bilim intt to the KstKo of.t. II. I lull, and will bo -old low for ready pay or on short credit for good paper. I.VDIA HALL, Admit. Willixlon, April 7, 13J1. M PATENT PLATFORM SCALES. WARRANTED. "PIILS nrticlcis too will known to nioil cotnuicii A datum anil the c.xpciiencc of seven vcai.e lias (li'MMiiktralcil to the commercial community, lliat for nccuiacy, conicini'ncc and durability, they arc unrivalled Coal )iud scales to nugh iiom :i to (i tons. Dormant arclionse do, to wcndi l'roin 1-2 Ih. I'JL3,!01' I1.""" I,'0','.,'!u uVlu weigh fioin I 2 .. to .no lbs . Portabl ( ountcr do -a iiewurliclc-to wu -h lrom 1-2 o. to -10 Hi?. ml-nclen, A nl 9 1SI1. b s'"STk ?m s,-l'i:. A very Talualilo7.ii in, tit Til's ?3 , "''"V1 '" -"' ton amiiig lc0 ncics, W1,h " houue, two bams, an.l nut-build-JaAS&.in...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 June 1841

which nllows each to bo governed by law of Th ticket was then adopted by the- conven- j ., c tic-nits own lorming. H w w Mincr movc,i fur a Stat0 com. Tlio Hon. Willis Hall, Attornoy General mittcc, and ono was appointed asfollows. Col. of this State mado a most eloquent and pow- 1. Miller, Rev. Goo. Hlorrc.HI. Y. Barnes, r , , . ... . . ..., . Joseph Somcrby, Rov. bolomon Sias, James erful reply to this argument. I cannot pro- W1 K 'ywfler. sent any sketch within my limits which will Rev. Mr. Storrs moved for county Commit do the slightest justice to it : I shall merely ecs, and the following wore appointed : 6 J , . . . J Bennington County, J. I Huberts, Cyrus attempt to suggest somo of tho points upon Armstrong. Smith of Hast Dorset. which he touched. He contended in the Windsor, Bedcc Hall, Hyland Fletcher, first place the only modes of legally dismis- OS'STh!!, J. W. IIalo,Diko sing wi iiiuicuuciii, wore, it) oy inuiiuii ' 0f l'jttsforu. quash (or prima facie informality. (2 J ...

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

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. From Uic Albany Journnt. We received tlio Messngo of President A Tyler at 5 o'clock this afternoon, (Wednes day,) and hasten to lay it before our readers. The Message opens in sympathy with the feelings of tlio wliolo people, with a recom mendation to indemnify the family of Gen. Harrison for their expenses in removing to and from Washington. The distribution ot the proceeds of the f Public Lands, and a repeal of tlio Sub Treasury law arc recommended. The whole subject of the Currency is sub mitted to Congress, as being the appropri ate duty of the Representatives of the Peo ple. As a wholo, it is a plain, direct, upright, patriotic message, and every way worthy of a Whig President. This is an auspicious commencement of tlio Extra Session of Congress. Give us an equally auspicious close, and the Kopublic Is snfo for half a century more. Tlio Hon. John White, of Kentucky, was elected Speaker, and Matthew St. Clair Clark, Clerk. In the Sunatc, only 10 scats were v...

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

THE PK ) h iV.U . SECOND PART OFTllii-.MblJ-CAP Contributed to the 'Uilmtititn Saturday CourUr It V .MUM. UAIIOI.INI! I.l'.li HUNT.. (Cunclut'o 1.) Clara vit ono livening ulono with licr 1110 tlier, her liouil bent over licr work. Wlion uvursho was thus shuttled, her sucrot welt! i- rd heavily on lior lietut, suitl lliu dread of ilotuction wtis nuvor absent from hur iimid. If Mrs. Slunloy tidilresscd hur suddenly, sho would stmt iimi turn ;i!n if iho looked up on her intently, sho would tremblo and blush mid sometimes would talk ut random mid commit a thousand inconsistencies. She rejoiced at the entranco of a neighbor, for it laved her llic troubtu of talking, and left her to her own thoughts. Mrs. Morton, the lady who now niado her apiearance,was only do s'rotts of listeners, for as she came laden with news she was eager to impart before she could bo l'ltostalled in tho office. 'This is a very unplcasat affair about tiiaj young I'edhir,' said Mrs. Morton 'have you heard of ill' Cl...

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