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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 October 1844

FAMj goods. BlRCHARD & SAWYER havo just received a foil supply or NEW GOODS, adapted Id the present and approaching scasrn, all which will bo ottered on the most fnvoiublo terms in exchange for Cash, Produce, ot approved Credit FaycUcvillo, Oct. 2d, 1844. CwG W, & S, PHIPPS & CO, I -"";;t8vi-.OMw.. v ,We call the attention of our readers to thu No. 75 Kllby sttcei, IIOSTO.V, 1 advertisement of VVnll. Pier & fh... nn.l In ,,7n7Yi' a"Drt' li'u recoiuriicniiations following. . mtnt qf Illeli New and Seasonable (Joints, turn-. . ... , ... prmna, among others, an txttnrive varittu of Vllls I "nving uurseives tnorougniy examilieU trio Goodt, viz Dress & Clonic Goods. NOTICE. ttrttttlcboro and Fitchburi Hail Sload Co. fYTOTlCE is hereby given that the books lor sub JL i scriptions to the stuck of the Braltleboro and Fitchburg Rail Road Co., will be opened at the Inn if MaJ. Henry Smith, in Braltleboro, on Wednesday Vhc 30lli day of October inst., at 10 o'clock A. M. UAI...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 October 1844

tf " : WISHES. , , BY BARRY CORNWALL. Sweet be her dreams, the fair, the young! Grace, beauty, breathe upon her! Music, haunt thou about her tongue I Lire, fill her path with honor! All golden thoughts, all wealth or days, Truth, Friendship, Love, surround hei! So may she emiic till life be closed, And" Angel hands have crowned her! NOW IN STORE, R1 Tnil Chntans. Parissians. Zenobiaim, Champ. . Inn. Uomrliaa. Lunt lias, plain and fie' J Alpaccaa, and olher stuff goods in endlrss variety, rnt.j:..' rlntV and dresses, makinir as enod an asjortmenl as can be found in tne county 01 vina ham,nd shall be sold as cbcap as llie cheapest. ALSO Splendid new styles Prints, together with a good assortment ol Gloves, Milts, Hosiery, Shawls, ... ...... A I.....I.. fl mn. Rilk morions, oeauwui piaiu " "'"(-- Girdles, with splendid new styles M d Lames, all fresh and nice tor Ibe Tall and winter trade. The ladies are particularly invited to call and examine the abote, assured thai prices shall be s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 October 1844

iift, z.-- VERMONT PH IE If I X. BY WM. E. KYTIIER. BRATTLEBORO, Vt.OCTOBER 18, 1844. VOL. XL NO. 8; t ,;: MARIE. " -A, TALE OP NEW ORLEANS. Some seven years ago, n funeral train swept through the wido avenue of one of the most beautiful mansions in the southern part of Maryland, ; The tall poplars on ci ther aidc,,stirrcd hy a light breeze, bowed tjieir heads as though for the last time they were paying a mournful obeisance to tho hearse that bore the mistress of tho villa to the grave. At the window, the curtains of which were drawn aside, the pale face of a beautiful girl was seen. It was Marie, and she watching with tearful eye the mournful baiid that bore her mother to the tomb. A few hours alter this, at night, a young man and maiden were kneeling, hand in hand,, beside a narrow hillock of fresh earth. They were Mario Dunbar and Henry Bar bour tho orphan girl and her lover, and there, upon the dust lightly piled upon the dead mother's breast, they prayed that Hea ven would hea...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 October 1844

-ilmu'lsm -.-' VOTES OF JAMES K. POIiK. A tlierc have been many attempts to deny, nr In some way discredit the fact thnt Jamea K. Polk voted, while in Congress, against the several acts granting pensions to the surviving soldiers rf the revolution to obviate every cavil, Mr. N. Callan, ft Jostice of the Peace, of Washington, has given an official certificate that the Following votes of James K. Polk are copied (rorti the JournaU of Congress, viz REVOLtJTIONAIl? SOLDIERS. The motion to postpone the orders of the day, and take up the bill for the relief of the surviving officers of the Revolution failed Veas 87, navs 83 James K. Polk voting way, Journal of II. of R. 1820 '27; page 207; Jan. 28th, 1827. .The Senate bill for the relief of the surviving officers and soldiers of the army or the Revolu tion, passed yeas 116, navs 68. James K. Polk voting may. Journal H. or R. 1827 '23, p.igcs 734, 789; May- 28th, 1823. The bill eniilled "An ant declaratory of the several nets to provide fo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 October 1844

mkI: 'He contended, tjint, as neither Virgin "JLiAS'JL tAKH" It POIjK'S March, 1338, recorded In 0 riles nnd Senlon'si GAME KcRister of Debates, vol. 1, page 780, MrClny The 'Democratic Association of Washing ton have played their 'Last Cord1 inflammatory appeal to the South defeat of Mr Clay as tho on For llio Vermont I'iiajnjx. Tim ORIGIN OF LOCO DEMOCRACY: A republican government, of feorornmont of tho-pco. perpetuating Slavery. We liovo not room, ol course, for tho whole of this Tract, but will give such extracts from it as will enable the public to Understand its character and objects. It commences thus: THE SOUTH IN DANGER. READ BEFORE TOO VOTE 1 Address of the Democratic Jlisocialion of fVathtngton, D. C. There. never was a period when the South was'in so much danger as at this moment. To procure the Abolition vote for Henry Clay, wo will show that the Whig party of the North, their leading presses legislative bodies, and (talesmen, have denounced the South, they have hejd up...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 October 1844

THE GOOD OLD TIMES. HEw-r.saUHD ntvuw. I with the fashions were the same , As thlrtjr years ago, ,i 1 can't Imagine what can make The tailori change them to J When I was In my youth I made ; A "eoat of homespun do, And thought It very fine to have My hall tied In a queue And In thoto dayt oar breeches were , All buckled at the knee, And riJrtr bucklct would ensure The beat of Company Our beavers were of comely shape ' ' And kept off tun and rain, Oh how I with thote broad brimmed hata 4 Would come In vogue again. I'm troubled with half a yard ui ciom aooui my iccij Mr coat la made ao very amall, The lana will hardly maett Tight kneea are all the fashion now. And ahoca mutt havo tquare toea j Whero the fashion will arrive at last The tailor only knowa. The dandlet of (he present day Have match chains all of gold. You'd think their monstrous pocket-book Waa filled with wealth untold My father wore a silver walch And eke a good steel chain, And well I recollect Ms straight ' Old pewter...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 October 1844

VERMONT PHiEIIX BY WM. E. It Y T II E It . BRATTLE BO 110, Vt. OCTOBER 25, 1844. VOL. XI. JNO. 9. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE, Pclloib Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives : We arc assembled in the character of Itepresentativcs of the people, to consult Upon their interests, and to execute their Wilt. It becomes us, on entering upon our duties, first of all to carry our minds up to the author of our being j io acknowledge llinl as the rightful source of our authority, and to make his will the measure and the motive of our duty. If, in all our ways, wo should acknowledge llim, we should es pecially do so, upon becoming invested with powers, whose appropriate exercise requires, eminently, tho wisdom that comes from above. Our responsibility is, immediately, to the people whose servants we nre. but. ultimately, to Him who will judge both the pcoplo and us. We come together under circumstances of peculiar favor. The season has been orowncd with blessing. Our fields have yielded an...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 October 1844

In oil the vicissitudes of the protective policy, u nns never, pcruaps, passcu mrougu greater peril than it is now encountering. Tho tariff of 1842 saved tho protected in tcrc3ts from prostration. Its benefits liavo been felt in a revival of business, o restora tion of confidence, an adequate revenue, and a general and healthful impulse to tho labor of the country. But in the midst of these successes, it is suddenly brought into peril. Twelve years ago tho system of protection was put in similar peril, by tho coincident notion of nullification on the one hand, and betrayal by its professed friends on the other. That is tho character of tho present danger. Nullification it is true, has lost much of its power j but false principles, deccptivo rea soning, and disguised enmity arc as strong, perhaps stronger than ever. This is illus trated in the success of efforts to confound nil just distinctions in regard to protection, Wild lead tho unsuspecting to nn incautious committal of tho pro...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 October 1844

Resolutions From tlie Senole, postponing ' n election of U. S. Senator to Vridav next. the election of U. 8. Senator to l'Yiday next, 8 P. M. concurred in by the House. Dy Mr May, directing tho committee o'i education to inquire into tlie expediency of rcicnling so much of section 18, chapter 18 of tho revised statutes as relates to raising money for the sun port of schools on the scholar; passed, liy Mr Winslow, furnishing reports to tho auditor, bank commissioner, superintendent of the state prison, and trustees (or the Asylum for tho in sane; passed, lly Mr Warner, for a joint as sembly, on Saturday next, 10 A. M., to elect bank commissioner and inspector: passed. The Senate came in and the following elec tions were made: Hon David Pierce, Woodstock, Auditor of Accounts against the State. Pierce, 137, Ira Davis of Norwich, 75, scattering G.I Hon Joseph JJerry of Newbury, Auditor in Jhe Treasury Department. Horry 113, ltoy "nTHntch Of Strafford 70, scattering 6. Ad journed. ,', We...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 October 1844

Jffiomhe 'lUvemil (N. Ji:) JUpultiean. SENTENCE OF COiMINGS. Dn Friday,Sept.SO, Wm.F.Comings was ta ,Uca into Court to receive sentence for tho mur V tier of 1 lis wife. Upon being asked by tho Court what he hail to say why sentence of death should not be pronounced upon him, Comings arose and replied to tho Court as fol lows: May itpleate the Honorable Court.' I am astted if I have anything to say why sentence ol death should not be passed on me. I have but little, and the less, being persuaded that whatsoever I might say would not. could not, stay the arm of the law. But standing ns I do on the verv verce of my crave about to .bo launched bv an ignominious death into the 'eternal world, and to appear in the presence of my judge, and vour iudce, and tho judge of , all, who hove nughl to do with my trial, the witness, the jury, the counsel, tho (Joiirt, and the numerous spectators who are gathered a round, in view ol the death which is before me r-ond m the presence ol my eternal ju...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 November 1844

VERMONT PHIEWTIX. fa - . MY WM. 13. II Y THE It. JBRATTLEBORO, V t . NOVEMBER!, 1844., VOL. XI. NO. 10. 1, - TOW (W0 DICKINSON, DAY & CO, No. 4 Granite Mow9 TTJTtAVJi received a very extensive assortment o 41 DitY GOODS, of the most desirable pal terns and styles, and lalcstlmportalions, embracing, every variety of Good ever kept, or can be found in this vicinity, among which are the following : Cashmere d Kcosse, the rage ol the season, llep. Cashmere, Crape ami Cashmere do Laincs, M, tie Lafnes superb styles. Shaded Chusans. Dress BilVs n great variety " ' .f Alpacca LustUrCS. Changeable Lmiellas. " Komelias and Cordclinas new styles. Mourning Goods. 1'riiita any quantity? r t '? ltcal Cash mere, and ' A great variety of ntlicr Shawls, &c. itc. .ALSO Gent's wearing apparel. Heaver and Ilroadclnths of every variety and color; Casslinercs, (entirely hew styles;) h host of rich and cheap Veilings, Scarfs, Cravats, and Tailor's Trimmings; a large ftssortmcnt of Domestics, Furn...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 November 1844

-ELl.'JB.1SJ'r3OTSwil iiiiii ti .it , .i i' i --i ' 1 ii 1 TO TUB PVRlilC. Tlio Whig State Central Committee of Mich igan beg leave to lay the following facts before a candid public: The suspicion that has long existed, of the alliance of Mr BIRNEY, the abolition candi date lor the Presidency, with (he Locofoco par ty, ij at length confirmed. On the 28th of September last, In pursuance of on agreement mmln iv idi tho nartv leaders in Sactnniv Co., In this State, ho wai nominated an their candi date for the Htalo Legislature, oy a regular Convention ol the Locoloco parly nt Saginaw city, having previously authorized n friend who was a member of the Convention, to express his willlngnesj to ACCEPT the nomination. Of this fact, there is not the least possible 1 . .! . k . 1 . .1 (lOUDl. ureal Cltons nave since ueeii mum.-, nnil nre maklnrr. to conceal the evidence es pecially of Mr DirnoyM acquiescence in the nomination, and his adhesion to "Democratic principles," and the Polk and Dal...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 November 1844

TltEMENDOUS GALE AT BUFFALO. The gale on Friday night, tho 18th, visited With dreadful effect the city of Buflalo. The Commercial Advertiser of that place, rcporla n fearful destruction of life and propel ty. The gale commenced about midnight nnd blew with terrific violence until 4 on Saturday morning. The steamer Chautauquc was ashore. Tho U. S. Steamer Albert ashoro nlso. Tho St. Louis mado Uuflalo port, having had 3 men and a boy washed overboard. The Julia Palmer was al anchor in tho bay, south of tho light house. She iiad ort board 3 or 400 passengers. If she goes ashore the loss of life will bo fear ful. Thi Wnvnn. Pnnatpllalion. and Perrv mado ike harbor. The Fulton is reported ashore at Slurreon Point 3 men lost. Upwards of 70 canal boats ure drifted ashore, a number of which are half a mile and over from the canal I The destruction of niers and wharves, ware houses am other buildings, is immense. Wo Unve. not room for the details. But the most dcnlorable effects ol the gale...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 November 1844

For tho Vermont Phojnli. V Selected and composed ni tho death or Jas, II., tho roil of Henry and Lucrctla. Si Allen, who died In Win Chester, N. It., August 4, 10U, aged one year, nine )nonths and ten days. His mother'! death occurred a few hours after his birth, ami ts recorded in the Phoenix of November 10, 10 IS. "Tho morning (lowers display their sweets ir And eay their silken leaves unfold, As careless of tho noon-tide heal. As fearless of tho erenlng's cold. ' Nlp'd by tho wind's untimely blast, Parch'd by tho sun's dircctcr ray, ; The momdntary clones waste, 'ii Tho short-lived beauties dio away." So bloomed the mother and hor'son, And thus thov faded to tho tomb t i She saw her son but death had come, She left him for a better home. She left him tn this world of storms, A mother's lovo he never knew j But others foldod in their arms With them tho tender Infant grew. , , She left him not to tarry Ions i On him tho father smiled with prldo ) 11c smiled but oh t his son was gon...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 November 1844

VERMONT aim r''l "it1. V'i ' - r.'J'-,- m l MY W M . Ej KYTIIE 'It 1 B1UTTLEBORO, Vt. NOVEMBER 8, 1844 VOL. XL NO. ii. M-To the American Legislature of Vermont, Public. I, Improvement In whatever regards tho happiness undjW.elfnre. or our race is constantly on tlio march to perfection, and yiih each succeeding day some Hew, problem ia solved, or some profound secret re veiled, having nn important and direct bearing overman's highest destinies. II wa lake a retro spective .view over the past ttaenty years, how U the mind struck with' worfder 1 What rapid strides has science, made in every department of civilized l.r. .-..ii..i i .i.. i . . nun pariiQuiany in mm wmcu rciaies io me knowledge, of the human system in health and dis ease, liqvt valuable and indispensable arc the cu rative means recently discovered tbioughthc agen cy ofchemiatrv I How does the imagination kindla and our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near approach to the standard of perfcclion,of the present tunc Th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 November 1844

Holly to discontinue o road, nnd It wasditmlM cd.' By select committee, against bill repealing all laws licensing the sale of liquors, and the Dill wai dismissed; ngainsi bill relating 10 inn keepers, etc., n.i another bill had been reported nnu H was dismissed. Adjournal, Monday, Oct. 38 SENATE. Reports By Mr Camp from tho !.. mJl ! V 1..H r... cuiiiiuhlcc nn r tnnticc, in mvur ui iuu uiu iui the relief of the insane mior. with amendments including, in tho amount allowed to towns, the expense, oi transporting incir iiuor m mc sy In'm.nnd extending the benefits of the net to other indinent ncrsons than town paupers, de pendent noon relations not bound by law to mipport them. The amendments were adopt cd. and the bill was passed. Bv Mr Briggs from the same committee, tho resolution re questing our representatives in Congress to use tneir influence to procure the removal of the sessions of the Circuit and District Cotitts (rom Rutland and Windsor to Burlington and Mont- "pehcr; withou...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 November 1844

tWcen tho two Houses, nnil the Senate adjourn cd without day. HOUSE. The select commitleo on tho pe titions Tor o law against seduction, made a re port unaccompanied by any bill; when thouju al messages wcro exchanged) and the House adjourned without day. BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, MOV. 8, ,1B44. FOR PRESIDENT, HE WRIT CLAY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THEODORE rnELINGHTnrSEN. FOR ELECTORS, JEDEDIAH H. HARRIS,) A, j JOHN PECK, 'J At large. Jut diat. CALVIN TOWNSLEY, fid diat. CARLOS COOLIDGE, 3d dial. BENJAMIN SWIFT, 4th diat. ERASTUS FAIRBANKS. A LAST WORD TO THE WHIGS. On Tuesday next tho Freemen of Vermont are to rive their verdict tipon the ureal national issue thaChaa been tried before llicm the past season. Before that time, however, the Issue Itself will be nettled by the vcrdicla of other Statcs.and there- suit will probably be known among u. Let that result he what it may, Vermont owe the-.ame du- , ... , .,, I , Y'Vr . ' . i . the Union of the State, and wo tru. that .he will perform It...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 November 1844

AN AUTUMN FOREST. Splendor is on the bough ! ' at ..The willicrlnir leaves fait Tail : diftYct wilder beauty crowni tlio forest iiow..4. aaj Than through the summer past. " Wore resplendent blazo 'Of rich and radiant htlei lGlcama through the autumn haze, Than mid Ino summer dews. So is It Nature love In all her power to part: So with her pressing splendor motes, The severing human heart. " Calmly through pleasant years We love some kindred mind ; ' Bul,''tls only through hur parting tears M Us full delights wo find. Then, how In form and face, In every act and tone, f.Beam forth tho tenderness and grace jl i That melt us, and nro flown 1 from Uie Boston Courier. s , BEARDS. To stiavo or not lo shave that is the question Whether 'tis nobler ju n man to auirer , The flings and insults of fastidious women, ' Or to take arms against their petty torments, And. bv the raror. end them. To shave, lo scrape, No more ; and, by one scrape, to say wo end Contemptuous dances, and the frowning l...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 November 1844

VERMONT PHflENIX. '? n! 1.1 i ,J1Y ,WM. .ti tin . B.RATTLEBOirO, Vt. NOVEMBEll 15, 1844. E. It Y T II 13 2 It . VOL. XI. NO. 12. THE GUNSMITH OF ORLEANS, ,., ,. UK THE i, .DEAD WOMAN'S SECRET. llV ttiw. ELIZA IHthltlAN. CIlAPIKft ttl "tit nThifmblc'strcet in Paris, occupying Uic third floor of n respectable house, lived the" hero and heroine of the present talc, Cephise and Richard Morin. '"They were Orphans; brother nnd sister; Richard was some years the elder, Cephise having just attained her nineteenth year. Their mother, On her dying bed, bequeath cd the sifter to the brother's care, with nn earnestness that long left its impression mi the heart of Richard, and that he faithfully adhered to his mother's appeal of protection for her daughter, will be seen in the events which foliow. After his mother's death his father hav ing died while he was yet very young, Rich ard found a situation for his sister with n re spectable milliner and dress-maker, with whom she remained until she h...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 November 1844

"Deaf mamma, excuse my 'interrupting) will place it in my bosom much more grace i.... .1.- .1...!. ti i ...:n ! r.. it.. Annini Vou, but the day is going, Theodore will soon be here I Madam JJiimas has conic with my dresses, and they aro so beautiful! but that's not what I conic to tell you ; who iloyou'thlnk lias come with Madam Dumas? Why, that pretty girl that had the sick brother in Orleans ; she works Tor Madam Dumas ; shalJ I go and bring her to sec you, dear mamma t' The baroness acquiesced, aud Lconic in stantly disappeared. The baroness hurriedly addressed Father nmnnw. . . You perceive we cannot longer continue n conversation to mc, so deeply interesting. I doinot forget that I am a mother ; then nssiskmc, Father, in my good resolves. F,av6r'mo by joining the wedding guests to day, and wc will confer further on the sub ject.' 'I shall he here, madam, as you request; depend upon my assistance in aught that may serve yourself and child.' ' And Father Antonio took his departu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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