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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 June 1841

NOT TUB GLORY O T C S A R BUT TUB WELFARE O T ROME. BY II. B. STACY. MKLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE ll, 1841. VOL. XV....N0. i. Grass s?ced nt S'i,.' l'cr ltiislu-1. A few bushels of very c!eni Grass Seed, for salo nl S'-,50 per bushel by IHCKOK & CATL1N. May (i, 1811. 0 Volt SALE. Nn Volioof Woiking Oxen nniily to Slay 4, 1911. HICKOK & CATLtN. C.n-iten Seed! of the growth of 1HI(. RAISED for mid put up by Joseph Hrocl; & Co., at the Seed Establishment connected with the New England Farmer Gdice, Hoston. Each sort if lal cllcd with Diicetioni fur itsctiliuri'. "The nbiivu Seed- lire of the growth of 1810, and I if the vol y IhM quality, being nn'scd by the inu.l ex perienced grower, e'Npiossly for this estiiblislinicnt t'uvpl ucli mrtn will not ripen tu ailviiiiliii in Ihiscnuulry, which are unpolled Ironi t lio lir-t Iiipiimj tu Europe.' A warcTof the great complaints, that have hitherto cxisteM in icg.nilto Seeds, anil ol the impor tance to iho Gardener, (.1 having ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 June 1841

From thoMonlpclier Watcltniun mid 5'iato Journal. COUNCIL oFcKNSOKS. Tho Council mot in tlio Senate Chamber on Wednesday last, and organized by tlio appoint inont of Hon. Joseph 1). I'arnsvvorth President pro tempore, and lion. Cordon Newell Secre tary pro tanpvre. Present: Hon, Martin C. Doming, Austin liirchard, Gordon Newell, John A. Pratt, Ijiilher Carpenter, Peter Starr, I Ionian Allen, llczckia II. Itocd, Jo?. I). l-'ariisworth, Alva It. Trench, Wiillis Mott. On motion of Air. Allen, tlio Sorocant.at- Armswas requested to attend tlio Council by him tulf or donutv. On motion of Mr. Pratt, a committee of three was ordered to report rules', and tho President nmiointed Messrs. Jratt, Alien anu Starr as this conimiltco. On motion of Mr. Starr, He v. Rucl W. Smith was invited to attend the Council as Chaplain. Adjourned. Thursday, June !I. After prayer by the Chap am. the Counci was permanently organized by the appointment of Joseph 1). Farnesworth, President, and llozekiah H. Itced...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 June 1841

i. HI ? of New Jersey, lint iiiri.j-errn had survived the campaign of Inst fall Albany Dal. Adv. Thofollowin", from llio New York Heralil, Extra, of tho Glh inst, Uiho latest nnd per Imps tlic most satisfactory nccoimt of llio Steam-ship President, wliich lias been or can be given. KxmAtT rnoM tub Loa or the Ship Onriici-s. March 11. Left New York nl 11 A M Commen ced with moderate breezes from the W. At 21 M discharged pilot llio steamboat President lour mites ulicail, lcariiii lk N. K. ship under all sail, and ailing nine knots per hour. 12lh. Lnt, 30, 4(1, long. 71) commenced with breezes Ironi the NV-hazy wenther fhip under all sail 1 1 31 took in stecriti" 'sails an 1 top gallant sails wind at N. 11. At fi 1' 31 double reefed tcpsails, and furled tho mainsail and jib. At 8 1' 31 commenced heavy gale from N K, wiib snow and sleet took in fore and mizzen topsail, nnd close reefed tho run in lopiailj andfurlol tho foresail hove the ship to, head to S I-.. At tlio lime, the ship (O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 June 1841

'I Ic touched his harp, an J nations licnr J, entranced." From tho Ladles' Cominnioli. SONG, nv Mtis.n.MF.UNi:. smith. Tho dream of existence ! blissHil and bright In tlin radiant morning of youth, When Hope ha norloiid to u'i r-haeluw her light, And friciul-liip is hallowed liy tmtli When I.ovo is all pure as n calm summer stream, That slunil cring 'mid floweret's doth lie, Reflecting the brightness if Heaven's own beams, And wealing the tinge of the sky. How chnng'd is tho vision when Time hurries tin, And brings the decline of Life's dny i gone. Then the sunbeams fiom Hope's fairy landsapu nro Then friendship Ins faded away. And then like a stream which the wind-spirit wakes, Is the once holy fi'iiutain of I.ovo j Then its troubled and wandering wavconly takes The hue of the sloi m-cloud abo c. Thii well, sittcc we're speeding away to tho tomb, That vouth's fairy pleasure's should flee, )r mild they rerun all their earlier Moom, 'I'oo dear to our heart they would be. here, And ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 June 1841

V - u NOT THE GLORY OF O -3 S A It DVT TUB WELFARE OF II Q m EL frutni -- nultliiitiH JJY II. B. STAGY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, F R 1 1) AY, JUNE 18, 184 I. VOL. XV....No. 2. Glass Seed at V-I,."0 per Hiislicl. 111CKOK & CATLIN. A fete bushels of ery clean Grass Seed, fur sale nt j. v. s.yio .r nueiiLi ny Mny f, 1811. I'llll kam:. Nil YoUc of Winking O.vcn n,.ily lo o Mny I, 1S11. I1IOKOK it CATMN. Gulden Cecils of (he groutli of lull). TJAISLD lor and put Ui by .Itirj ill Hrock & Co., .LV at the Seed EsiaMi-hiucut fuuucci.it t it It I lie Now England Farmer Oilier, llo-iuii. Each mrt is lal riled witli Diicclinms lor it-culliuo. "The above Seeds an; of the ciowih iif 1810, ami if llio M'l y best quality, being itiNnl by the ttni-l ex perienced growers, cxpicssly fur this establishment -except such sorts as will mil npcn to advantage in lliNfniiiitry, which arc unpolled Ironi tin' lir-t Ikmi-c-- 511 Limyc." Attnrc'ol' tlicgicat complaints tint havu hithcitu existed in regard to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 June 1841

TWENTY-snVKNTH CONGRESS. IN SENATE. Moseay, Juno 7, 1811. Mr. Clay called tbo attention of tlio Senate to tlio subject pro posed by the Secretary of tho Treasury In liis report tlio expediency nf a Bank of tlio Uni ted States. Finding tlio Importance of know ing the views of that oflicer, lie therefore, in troduced a resolution requesting the Secretary to communicate to Congress, with as little delay as possible, a plan for such a Hank of the Uni ted States, as should bo best adapted for the pur poses of tlio Government. Mr. King would not object to prompt action on the resolution, if the Senator would modify his resolution to corospond with tho terms of tho Secretary's Report. That otlicer speaks of a fiscal agent, without mentioning a Bank. Mr. Clay said lie had not a copy of tho report at hand, but ho thought thut upon a reference to it, it would be found that tlio Secretary does speak of a Dank. Mr. Wright thought tho resolution had two objections on its face. 1. It convoyed a c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 June 1841

t 10 intliflurmit, still prevails. Even al tliu opening of this Extra Session, wlion action upon a high topic tho financial condition of the country was imperatively demanded by the people and expected by nil, a never end ing debate lias been commenced upon that most exciting and least profitable for discus sion of all subjects Abolition and Negro Slavery. Charles J. Ingersoll, (ho man who only regretted that he had not lived in the timo of the Revolution in order that ho might liavo been a Tory signalized his advent into tho Representatives Hall by a long bitter and most impotent denuncntio of tho North and its interests, declaring with mysterious em phasis that the South, in rejecting petitions from the consideration of Congress, had not taken ground half high enough to suit his no tions of Freedom and Liberty of speech. Not content with laying the respectful me morials of the People contemptuously on the table, ho would probably havo been disposed to make it a penal offence, puni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 June 1841

Prom tho Albany Argus. MARGARET DAVIDSON. Itiography and Poetical Remains of tho Into Mxn oabet Mit-tun Davidson, by Washington lnvisu. Tho reading world is familiar with tho namo of Luchiitia Davidson. She was indeed, ono of lliu most leuiurkulilo instances of unrly and raio poulitical excellence, combin ed with gloat personal loveliness, known in lliu history of the world. Shu died, it is known, in 18-2f, in her soventh year, a mat vol of tho age an intellectual ema nation 'Tor sin tno iviro, for earth too bright." It will not diminish tito interest with which tho lifo of this extraordinary an lovely hcingd was regarded, that another of tho same fam ily a sister evinced tho samo poetical tal ent, was prone to tho samo excitement of the mind 'and "kindling of tho imagination that had acted so powerfully on the fragile franio of her sister Lucrctia," had developed j with equal rapidity tho samo powers of mind and equal graco and loveliness of person; and, finally, tho hody yielding ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 June 1841

NOT TUB GLOnY OP C JB S A R BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1841. VOL. XV....N0. .1. Grass Seed at 8'J,3( per Uuslicl. A few bushels of very clean Grass Seed, fur sale at 82,50 per bushel by 11ICKOK ft, CATLIN. May 6, 1611. FOR SATiK. May 4, 1811. Garden Seeds of lite groulli of IHIo- B' II. THOMAS) t KC5S leave respectfully to announce to the trading mid 1ni.fne public, ihnt heh.i" opened ii 11 AI.'L- TIOX AND COMMISSION STOItK; on College t., near the Court lloii-e Square', in his newniul e-eitilinu- I .linn., Idn.-I. nt' lllriet.- -fores. .Mcrt-h.llldlZC 11 hd UrOll- ONF. Yoke of Wotking Oxen njqily to ' ,.rly ol all kinds received on oon.ig.im'ont, ami sold lllCKOIv ft CATLIN. on eoiiilni-mii. either at private sale or at miction, u ' the cou-iglu-e shall ilnecl, on reasonable terms, I A ica-onahle advance will ,tt all tinier le made on ' hrooertv n-ceivcd. TDAISFD for and put up by Joseph Bred; & Co., Auction Sales on every Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 June 1841

fined to tlio PiitJccU epoclally surffaitod In the I House, (for It was moro than half ompty.) and .. . . J ...... t-i l I- I ..!il. .tI I. t .1! !- It rrcsiuenis message, unless congress Biiauua- i wiih mis rciimm uisuhbb TWKNTV-SBVKNT1I CONGRESS. house or iuiiuTesbntatives. Washi aarw, Thursday, June 10, 18 11. In tlio Senate to-day, memorials for a Mank ruitt Law were presented by Mr. Evaks, Pren tiss and YouNtJ ; also 1y Air . Buchanan, for duties on Wines and Silks, and by Mr. Hotts, from the Leyislaturo of Massachusetts, for a distribution ol tho proceeds of tho sales of Pub lic Lands. Distribution. Mr. Cr.AV, of Ky., according to previous no lice, introduced a llill for tho Distribution of the proceeds of tlio sales of the Public Lands, which receded its lirst reading and was laid over till to-morrow. Mr. Henderson introduced a bill to establish a uniform system of Bankruptcy, which was road twice, referred to tho Judiciary Committee, nnd ordered to bo printed, after a debate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 June 1841

A CHILD LOST IN THE WOODS. A daughter of Mr. Dnvltl W. Boobnr of Linnctis, Aroostook co. on tlio morning of ilia 4tli inst., was sent by licr mother to a neigh bor's houso half a milo distant, to borrow a little flour for breakfast. Tho mil is only nine years of ago, and in going through tlio woods, lost her way. Tho next morning ubout-10 of tho neighbors collected and went In pursuit, but returned without any tidings of tho child. Tho next day tho company was increased to sixty persons and searched tho woods all day with no better success. On tho following day, between two and three hundred of tho setters assembled early in tho morning, their hearts swelling with sympathy nnd all eager to restore tho littlo wanderer to tho arms of its despairing parents. Tho company set out for a thorough and a last search. Tho child had been in tho woods three days and three nights, and many hearts wcro sunk into despondency at tho utter hopelessness of finding it olive. But to learn its futo and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 June 1841

CSss "Hb touched hit lintp, mid nations heard, enlraiiccJ." Prom the London Times. THE PRESIDENT. ev the autiioh or "ecclkiia" fjpcakt for thou hnst a voice, perjictiml pea ! Lifl up thy surges with some signal word. Shew where the pilgrims of tlie waters be, Tor whom a nation's thrilling heart is stirred. Down to thv waves they went in joyous pride, They trod' with steadfast feet thv billowy way, The eves of u onJcrintr men beheld thctn rjli.'c Swiltin tlie arrowy distance w lu re are they? I)idt thou arise upon that mighty frame, Mnd ttint tlie strength of tiiint with thee should strive. Anil, pioud thy ri nl clement to tame, Didst swallow them in conscious depths nhvc? Or, shorn and powerless, h.Tt thou hade them he, Their M itrly ship a cuic.tssof the foaiii, Where still they watch the ocean and the sky, And fon.lly dieatn that they luu yet a home I Dnth hope s'ill soothe their souls, or gladness thrill 1 Is pcaro amid those wanderers of the foam 1 fc'av, is the old nUcclion yea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 July 1841

Xtt 3Tt, NOT TUB OLOXT OP A R BUT TUB W E X. F A It E O T BOMB. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1841. VOL. XV....N0. 4. 1M Orass Seed at 81, GO icr lluslicl. A few bushels of very clean Grass Seed, for sale at 82,50 per bushel by UICKOK & CATLIN. May 5, 1811. I'd It SALE. ONE Yoko of Working Oxen apply to UICKOK & CATLIN. May -1, 1SI1. Garden Seeds nf the growth of 181, 13 AISKD for and put up hy Joe pti I'rccl; & Co., X at lliu Seed l!l.lili-liMicnl connected vvilh the New England Parmer Oilier, llo-ton. Each sort i lala'llcd willi Diicciious lor il i-ulliirt. "The abovuSoeds situ nf llio growth of 1810, ainl t)f tho very Km quality, licinir raised hy the moM ex perienced growers, expressly lor this e-lablishnient except tieh sorts as will not ripen to advantage in thisoountry, which aro imported Irunt lhetirt houses In Europe,' Avvare'of llio great complaints tlial liavo liitherlo cxMcd in regard lo Seeds, ami til thutmpur latiec to the Gardener, ...

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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. — 2 July 1841

V nwm ipibmb8 DEIIATE I IV THE SENATE. THE CASEOF McLEOD. Thursday, June 10, 1311. The quojtion boforo the Senate, being the motion of Air. Kiveh to refer so 'much of tho President's Messago to our Foroign Af fairs to tlio Committee on Foroign Affairs, and Mr. Buchanan having concluded his re marks on the subject, as published in yester day's paper Mr. Hives rose in reply, anil commenced by observing that, as a member of tho Committee on Foreign Relation?, it was fit and necessary Mint he should offer eoiiiq remarks on the sub ject which had thus been urged upon the notice of the Senate. Nothing could present a more striking example of the tendency of all sub jects discussed in our public bodies to assume a party character than tlio remarks of the honora ble Senator from Pennsylvania, (Mr. JJuchan nn,) which hud just been submitted to the Sen ate. The gentlemen had commenced by a dis. claiiner most honestly uttered, Mr. Hives had no doubt of tho influence of any thing like par ty fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 July 1841

neutrals by llic law of Nations, and the duty, nlso, Which lliuy owe to the interest nnd honor of llieir own L'uuutry. At a subsequent period, when the Amcricnn colo tuex of nn European power took up nt ins ugainsl their Sovereign, .Congress, not tlivcrtcit fiom the establish ed system of tliu. Gjvenimjii' hy any temporary con siderations, nur swcrvcdfioin its scuso ol justice nnd of duty hy any sympathies which it might naturally fed for ono of tha parties, did not hcsitntc, also, to pass Acts applicable to the case of colonial insurrection mid civil war. And these provisions of law have been continued, revised and nuieiuled, and aro in full force nt the tiresmt moment. Not- bivo thov been a dead letter, asMt is well known that exemplary punishments hove been inflicted on lhoo who have transgicsscd thein. It is known, indeed, that heavy penalties have fallen on individuals', citizens of the United States, engaged in tin vciy disturbance in Canada' villi which tho destruction of tli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 July 1841

"He touchcil lii hnrp, and nations heard, riilrsnccil1 From the Knickerbocker. THE FALL OF THE OAK. BV GEORGE KILL. A glorious tree is the old gr.iy Oak, lie hat stood for a thousand years, Has Stood and fi owned On the trees around, Like n t. itifj among Ida peertl As round their king tli y stand, so now. When tlie llowers (heir pale leaves fold, The tall trees round him stand, arrayed In their robes of purple and gold. He has stood li' c a tower Through sun and shower, And dired the winds to battle; He has heard the hail. As from plates of mail, , From his own limbs sh.iken, rattle ; )!p has loosed them about, ati I shorn tho topa (When the storm had roined his might) Of the forest tri es, a n strong man doth Tho heads of hia foes in fight. The nntiimn sun looks kindly down, Hut the fiot is on the lea, And sprinkles tlm horn Of the owl at mom, Ai shn hi?s to the old o.ik tier. Not a leaf h siiri'd ; Not a bound his heard Hut the thump of the thresher.' llait, The low wind's wflh, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 July 1841

4r NOT THE OZ.OB7 OF O X S A B BUT TBI WBLFABB OF BOMB. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1841. VOL. XV....N0. 5. STRAY COW. J the third iust, a dntk Red Cow 8 ,'ears old Horns unwed oil largo lag Information wanted liy HORACE WHEELER. Kuriiiigtun June 8, 1841. 13w CJardcn Seeds oftlic growth of 18 lo. RAISED for nnd put up by Joseph Breek & Co., nt llic Seed Establishment connected with the New England Farmer Office, Boston. Each sort i labelled wilh Directions for it culture, "The ahiucSccJ arc of the orowili of 18)0, and of the very het quality, boitiir raisivl ,y (he mut ex perienced growers, expressly for tin's establishment etcepl Mich sort a will not ripen to advantage in thi country, which arc imported Irom the first homes in Europe. ' Aware'of the gre.K complaint lhal have iitlicrto existed in regard lo Seeds, and of the impur itancu lo the Gardener, of having ucli nscauhc re died upon,every effort has been made at this establish isicnl to raise and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 July 1841

ARRIVAL OF THE BRITANNIA. The Royal Mail Steamship Btitannia, Capt. Clolantl, arrived in Boston at 7 o'clock Saturday morning, in thirteen and a half days from Liverpool, wlicnco she sailed on the afternoon of llio 19th June. The Parliamentary question was brought to a crisis. The House of Commons had decided, after the great debate, on tho motion that ministers do not possess the confidence of the House, by a majority of one against ministers, and in consequence a dissolution of Parliament was resolved on, without furth er delay than for tho despatch of tho neces sary business. There was no authentic communication of tho precise day of tho dis solution, but it was understood that it would take place on or near June 22. The new elections were to take place immediately. The date of the return of the writs was not fixed, but it is expected that by the middle or end of August tho new Parliament will assemble- Of the probable result there arc of courso different and contradictory opinio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 July 1841

Federal Population The Apportion ment of Congress. Wo publish liorowitli nn official summary of t'10 Population of tlio United Stales, according to tlio census of 1840. Tlio Appointment of Itcprcscntn tives for tlio fivo succeeding Congresses is to bo niado next winter; nml wo liavo compiled with somo labor the following table of tlio Federal Population of each State, ("consist ing of all Free Whites and three-fifths tlio number of all other persons,) on which as a basis tlio New apportionment must ho made. We have annexed the number ol Represen tatives to which each Stato will bo entitled according to tlio three most probable Ratios, viz : Slates. Population, i Representatives if llicHnlio bo .uaino &U1,..31 N. Hampshire 23I.3G0 Massacliusctts 731,231 Rhode Island 107,532 Connecticut 30fi,72!) Vermont 201,0')'! New-York 2, 10,U09 New-Jersey 3fi 1,6.13 Pennsylvania IG'JI.-sm Delavv aro 70 273 Maryland 10?,G2fl Virginia l.OIO'.'6'i B 7 G IS 1-13 3 12 10 9 8 1111 5 4 3 3 I 1 3 3 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 July 1841

SHORT PATENT SERMONS. by 'now' jr. The following wordfflr Dr. Young form ho toxt for my prosont discourse : I.ate silting up has turned licr roses white, Why wcnl she not lo bed? becausc'twas night My lioarers, in my last discourse I treat ed upon the beauties of morning, and liinttd at the necessity of oarly rising. I will now nouch upon the loveliness, and solcmness, of lielit ; anil show up thotoo prevalent prao (ten nf cittmtv llti l:itn TCii.lit mtr ftMritwle -- n -- " .n, J .iiu.-, was invented solely for the quiot roposo of tis, poor dav worn mortals ; instead ol trcs passing upon tho sacrcdncssof its peace, wo ought all to lie down, nt a rcasoublo hour beneath its dusky quilt, and Lo prepared to rise when tho first Mantes ol morn are kind led udoii the oriental hearth. Yet how inn ny young bipedowlcts do 1 see around me who will not go to bed, merely because it is night who retard not their healths, their repu tatiou, nor their pockets ; and willingly per mil the worm of cor...

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