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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 December 1844

So, after ' a. , contest of some njno years, Abolition petitions nrc received and actual ly referred. Hut the policy of the Democratic roll; party is not' yet settled. It is more in doubt noio than it was before ihe election. Wasiiinoton, Dec 12. ... UNITED STATES SENATE! Smithsonian Institute. Mr Tnppan, agreeably with previous no tice, introduced a Bill for the establishment of a National Institute. Revenue Cutter Officers. Mr Bayard introduced a Bill proposing in crease of pny to certain Revenue Officers. French Government. The Resolution offered by Mr Hunting ton, calling for correspondence between the Slate Department, tho French Government ond the American minister nt France, upon tho subject of the proposed annexation of Texas, was adopted, and the President is Called upon to lay the entire correspondence before Congress. The public Monies. Tho Resolution of fered yesterday by Mr Niles, calling for in formation as to the disposal of the public money, was adopted nctit eon. Th...

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 December 1844

New Usb op Mesmerism Caution to kutiandt. Wo know not where science an'cf new discoveries will land us we are bewildered by singular results of expert ments. and ask oursclrcs 'What next t' Two country merchants in the interior of this State came uown 10 tms chv u pur chase goods j their vivcs,who were friends, some days subsequent to their departure, talking about them, wondering what they were about, and anxiously curious, propos ed to put each into a mesmeric sleep. One -i i r - ....... soon ICII into me Sleep, aim iur a nmiu uo dreadfully agitated with passion, and a vio lence that could not be accounted for. On being arbuscd, she declined telling what she saw or heard, and proceeded to put her friend asleep. When sound asleep she was observed to weep piteously and appeared greatly distressed, ano aiso on ucmg a woke, declined savinu any thing of what oo currcd on the occasion. In a few days the two husbands returned quite well to their wives, who occupied the same house. 'Now, ...

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 December 1844

VERMONT PHEUriX. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. DECEMBER 27, 1844. BY VM. E. RYT1IE11. VOL. XI. NO. 18. I WOMEN AND MARRIAGE For the removal and vcrtnanenl cure of all nv u' r W,LU9 Diteaiet arising from an impure state of liavo speculated a great deal upon mat- the Blood, or Habit of the Sustem. rimdnV. 1 nave seen young and bcautnui 1"F we read the history of ditardert wo are wonicti, the prido of gay circles, married as jl astonished mat men live; n oi cures, we nro me wonu sajs win i ouure uue muicu still more astonished that they die. And yet into costly houses, and their friends have all in fact nearly a! diseases have a common ori- COmo and looked at their fino furniture and B'ln.z:, ,?,lh? orP?na wh,cV l'rf.PDrc ?nd splendid arrangements for liappiness, and modify the h ood, with a remedy, directed to have gone away and committed them me scni oi uiseasc, win remove u wwi ui u , , , - , r..ti.. ,!,t,., phenomena. It is the peculiar characteristic o thou 'sunny hopes cheerfully and without ...

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 December 1844

From the Hampshire and Franklin Express. RAILROAD CONVENTION. A Convention of citizens from the- ec.er nl towns 'interested in having a Railroad between llockanuin in Hadley, and Grout's in.IjJntngujj.'jho connect the Vermont and Massnciutsctta, with the Springfield and Northampton dtailroads, was held at'Swqct scr's Hall in Amherst, on iucsuay the 1th ofDccombcrrl844: - - The Convention was called to order by .Luko Sw.cctscr', Liso;, I ho call ol tlic ISx ccutlve Committee was. cad, and the Con vention organized by choosing .MARTIN GROUT.Esq.of Montague, Pres. Horace Lyman, Esq. of Sunderland, ""Newton Fitch of Amherst, Secretaries. 'The following rc"-tlcincn were appointed to report on business and draft resolutions expressive of the senso of the Convention, Edward Dickinson, MM of Amherst, EuENtjzcn WARNnn,, Jno. IIartwcm,, J.' ll. AVlNTER, SaMugi. Nash, E. AI. Hatch, Sunderland, Montague, Shutcsbury, Iladiey, Leverctt, Pclham. W,m, Aumicn, The following resolutions were offered ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 December 1844

SJPE&ML MESSAGE. To 'the Senate, ' . 1 M irmtsb of Representatives : ; I transmit,, herewith, copies of despatches received from our Minister at Mexico, since the commencement of your present session, which claim, from th6ir importance, and I doubt not will receive, your calm and delib erate consideration. The extraordinary and highly oflensivo Janguago which the Mexican Government has thought proper to employ in reply" to the remonstrance of the Executive, through Mr Shannon, against the renewal of" the war with Texas while the question of annexation was pending before Congress, nnd the p5pple; and also, the pro posed, tnajincr of conducting that war, will not fail to arrest your attention. Such remonstrance, urged in no unfriend ly spirit to Mexico, was called for by con siderations of irnperitivo character, having relation ns well to the peace of this country nd honor of this Government as to the cause of humanity and civilization. Texas had entered into the treaty of annexat...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 December 1844

THE LAY OP THE LABORER. v- :' by THOMAS HOOD. A spadb I a rake I a hoc ! niiA'plckaxo.orabill ! A hook to reap, or a scythe to mow, A flail, or what yo will Ami here's n ready hand To ply the needful tool, ' And skilled enough, by lessons rough, In Labor's rugged school. ; ,tTo hedge, or dig the ditch, .To lop or fell the tree, " .To lay the awarth on tho sultry field, Or plough the stubborn lea ; Tho harvest stack to bind, Tho wheaten rick to thatch, Ami never Pear in my pouch to And The tinder or the match. To a flaming barn or farm My fancies never roam ; The fire I yearn to kindle and burn Is on the hearth of Home; t Where children huddle and crouch , Through dark, long wintry days, Where starving children huddle & crouch, To see the cheerful rays, A glowing on the haggard check, And not in the haggard's blaze I To Him who sends a drought To parch the fields forlorn, The rain to flood the meadows nith mud, The blight to blast the corn, To Him I leave to guide The bolt in its...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 January 1845

VERMONT I IKE A I V. V miim i "' lii-i taaJaSalaM BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JANUARY 3, 1845. VOL. XI. NO. 19 BY WM; E. RY TH E - . i - i ri t i ii I Mil WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS ; on INDIAN PURGATIVE. TIlbUGH many medicines have been before the publid for a much longer period than Wniaii-r's litDUN VkOetable Pills, yet none elands now In higher repute, or ha more rapidly attained a firm hold upon popular estimation. The thousands that have used them throughout the length and breadth of. the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in the most distressing disorders "which flesh is heir to." The, theory of disease on which WmoiitnI's dus ViotTABLE Pills are founded, Is this, viz: that theft is only due primary cause of all the disorders that afflict the ItUmhri famllii. and that is corriip. humors; or, in other wotdi Impurity of Bloodt This principle is mow ao generally admitted; that it may in fact be said to be sustained by an u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 January 1845

""SONG rOU THE NEW YEAH. Old Time liai turned another page Ofcternilv nnd trntli: ' Ho rends with n warning voice to age, And whispers a letson toynuib A year has lied o'er heart and head Since last tho vulo loir burnt! And wo have a task to closclv ask, "'"What the bosom and bralrtliavo'loarnl? Oh I Ictus hope that our sands have run iVVlth wisdom's precious grains; t , Oil ! "may we find that our hands have done Some works ofalorious pains. Then a welcome and ohcerto the merry new year, , . wiiiio ma noiiy gleams ouovc us, 'Willi a pardon for the Iocs Who hate, And a prayer for those who.lovc us. We may have seen some loved ones pass . To tho land of hallow'd rest; Wo may miss tho glow or an honest brow And the warmth of n friendly breast: ' Hut If wc nursed them while on earth, - With hearts all true and kind, C Will their spirits blame the sinless mirth Of those true hearts loft behind ? ., No, no! it were not well or wiso ' To mourn with endless pain; '. There' a better world b...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 January 1845

C O IV RE S SI IV A Ii . Y fl I ;r : r- j Corccspondcnce of the Erjircss. Washington, Dec. 23. . SENATE. Mr Merrick gave notice of his intention to submit, at a future day, three bills one in rc Intinn to the transmission of the mails between tho United States and other nations ; another to secure the exclusive right to tho United States to carry the mails over railroads: and a third to require the Secretary of tho Navy to detail certain atcam vessels to enrry tho mails for the use of tho Post Office Department. t house. Oregon Territory. VA Dill, of which I eivo vou a sketch in an other form, wns reported to the House, by Mr A. y., Brown from tho Committee on Terri tories. '' I. Reports. Tho.'' following bills wero reported to tho House". Senate bill for-the relief of tho heirs ot Rob ert Fulton, appropriating $76,000, Amending the Pension Act, granting half jfav Pension to certain widows, To regulate tho pay and mileage of mem . hem. ( This bill was reported by Mr Cobb of Ga. who ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 January 1845

Comfortable Quarters for Cattle. Nov els and Stables Tor caltlo and horses slioutd bo close and warm for winter, both for the comfort of the stock, and on the score of economy in fodder ; for chemical scienco tells us (And accurate and Carefully conduct ed experiments confirm the fact,) that the more ,an animal is exposed to the cold, the lamer is the amount of food required to keep up combustion, or the natural heat of tile DOdy, anu icss 01 u goes 10 lorm tat anu muscle. Out some farmers object to tight flddrs and hovels. They say, in such barns the stench is bad, and it must be unhealthy for the cattle. This objection can bo most ly removed by sprinkling the floors every morning, after the hovels are cleared out, with a small quantity of ground gypsum : it ' Will nearly remove the scent, fix the ammo nia, and retain it for the use of the crops, , and, many times over repay the cost of the g'yhsum. The manure should bo dropped into the .cellar, if there is one under the barn, if n...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 January 1845

..; nr.'vr; t ' i ' t pi I. VERMONT F H E 1 1 X. BRATTLEBORO, Vt, JANUARY 10, 1845. VOL. XL NO. 20. " BY WM. E. KYTHEK, ifol- Dcc. From the Albany Evening Journal. THE POPULAR VOTE CLAY AND HARRISON. Wo give below the full vote for Henry Clay, at the recent election, in all the States except South .Carolina, where the people do not vote for electors, and Arkansas, from which returns have not been received. We also givo ina harallel columflhe vote for Gen. Harrison in thnnnmn Slates in 1840. and the increase or . I. C.... Tl, ! I ticcreaso in uuuu umici v n.ou, lows: Clay, Ml. Hr.,M0. Inc. Pennsylvania, 101,203 141.W1 17,182 Maryland, 35,084 33,523 3.45G nhodol.lind, 7,322 5,218 11,104 NewJcrsy, 3H.3I8 33,331 4,907 Ohio, 165 0S7 148,157 6,1)00 .Delaware, 0,207 5,007 300 New York, 232,454 225,817 0,037 North Carolina, 43,233 40,371, Connecticut, 32,823 3I.G01 Massachusetts, 06,872 72,814 Vermont, 20,778 32,440 Georgia, 42,100 40,20-i New Hampshire, 17,800 26,158 Maine, 31,072 46,612 T...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 January 1845

-J 1 tcr!y"did slie execrate hitn,;bTif,"it avnireil . virtue of wlilcli the A.ssembly submitted tho lamntlon of Canalizo, as Prcsidcnlo interi-i nothing. Hc!arflcnt wish had been gratifi- proposition following: J$ ho, decla'rlhgttlio Chambcridissolvcd indefi- ,. Cll, ,1111113 WU3 UllgUgUU Ul SlnlUUII, UUU llllll- J UB HUUVMIttl vuiijji fcag , Ill lllluw VI1UI?- UIWIJ , UIIU bull IUM Illy Ull IIIU puivUIEJ Ul JUI- rid soon after ; but eighteen, alas! sheliad livo Jho responsibility If ofy tilts PrpyrsiouarefnmcntJ legislayvo as wejlSns executive, coino homo a deserted wife and mothcrl Government, tb'wliich'it'was subjected' by on Santa Anna,' as Prcsidcnto'proprictario, And so sho remained. afterwards-camo near thirty, with n daughter well grown, sho re mains in her father's house a quiet, thought- Her husband never. the Otn ot tno uasis oi J. acuuayn, wiucii it the same to bo exercised oy Uanalizo as -her. And now, at ' swore to and caused to bo sworn to by tho Prcsidento intcrino....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 January 1845

Ithodu Island had been independent of the con-1 Mr Ingersoll spoko his hour In tracing . tho ledcracy, ehc might have risen to put down history of Texas, nnd the United Strifes, polil iho forms of Government tlio people opposed, ical and legislative, an far hs it could ho'veny" hut as she wns in tho Union, slto was bound bearing upon annexation, In tegnrd to slavery "by the Union. Mr Ihgcrsoll said ho was willing id nlmli; hv Mr Cavo Johnson hero asked if the morning . the compromises as they arc. They hnd rnndo hour had not yet expired. the Union and they had likewise saved tho .The Speaker said it hail, anil the sunject was , nassed over for thodav. . The Speaker's table was now cleared of Executive documents and Senate bills. A joint resolution was also passed changing tfho name of the brig 'Daniel Webster' to that tof Isabella. "(It is to be honed thai Mr Webster will not he heart-broken by this' affront.) SENATE. "Mr Woodbury ottered a resolution calling upon the Secretary of t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 January 1845

A 1 LINES .Qft,ttiins an infant sleeping on Us Mother's brttut, '"lilayupon Its mother' breast thing '"'I Bright as' a dew-drop when It first descends, Ot u the plurajsa of an Angol'f "inj, ' : , , .- Where cr'ry tint of rainbow beauty blends j It hid soft violet eyes, that 'neath each lid, ' Halfclosed upon them, like bright waters shone, f" While ita amall, dimpled hands were slyly hid ""r,Ih the warm bosom it nestled on. - There was a beam in that young mother's eye, ' Lit by the feelings the could not apeak, ' As from her llpa a plaintive lullaby Stirred the bright tresses on her Infant's cheek ; , ,Whllo, now and then, with melting heart alio preit'd Soil kisses o'er ita red and smiling lips Lips awcet as rose-buda In fresh beauty dreaa'd, ' 'Ere the young murmuring bco their honey tips , It was a fragrant eve j tho iky waa full Of burning ttira, that tremulously Clear, Shono on thoso lovely ones while tho low lull : Of falling watere fell upon tho car, '"And tho new moon, liko...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 January 1845

V E K H O T P H E N I X. r .ri fit'l (-ir BRATTLEBQRO, Vt. JANUARY 17, 1845. BY WM. E. ItYTDHER.. VOL. XLNO. 2jt; t trim WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS ; Olt INDIAN PURGATIVE. ri"W10UGIl many medicines have been before the JL public for s much longer period than VVmaiiT'i Indian Vegetable 1'iu.s, yet nono standi now-ln higher repute, or lias more rapidly attained n firm Irold upon popular catimation. TJio Ihousandi that Lave, uied them throughput the length and breadth of the Rcnublia. all bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed j in the most distressing disorders' "which flcih is heir to." ' The theory of disease on whicli WmniiTsTj dian Vegetable Pills are founded, Is this, vizi that there is only one primary cnute of all the disorders that afflict the humim family, and that is corrup. Jitimors; or, In other words Impurity of Bluudt This principle is now so generally admitted, that it may in fact bo aaid to be sustained by an universal ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 January 1845

01 Misthcr Manning, and Mistlicr Dane, and, ilio men that's doing their work 1 And Tatrt: rife ni" live ih mud houses, &. ntc pnralies without any salt, as well as 15 illy Dooir and Swanov O'Toole 1 Then como over nnd Vfatft'for Young Hnkcry, that's for tho rcpalo. of tlio Tariff. . Renale is the word in A- mcrici,ns well as in Ould Ireland. -. mMa?m yur9 PATRICK M'NOGQIN P. S. I'm done now Michael, nnd send this'b'y the good steamer Hibnrnia, nnd hope vou'll cc't it before sho eels there. The Yankees are going to have another kind of teamcr, that nint no steamer nt all, but sends letters by thunder nnd lightning, so ' Michael, cant I send you n letter before it is'writ, bud get an nnswer before I send it. W v PATRICK ' ' ' ' 1 STATEMENT OP Hon SAMUEL HOAR. We glvo below copious' extracts from tho "statement qf J hi? gentleman, of his recep tion and treatment in South Carolina : -r.il arrived, in Charleston nbout six o'clock iomthe morning of tho 23th of November. In the course ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 January 1845

.C OIV RE SSIONAL. Correspondence of the Express. Washington, Jari. C HOUSE. Annexation of Texat. It, e readme of the Journal this morning was lOltoweu oy a niuuuu iu mui uuuiiuiiwd wi Ihe Whole on the State of tho Union. ' The galleries were well filled and an unusu al silence prevailed. Tho members of tho I II 1 I .T . ! . . ' . ! ... rnrnMlllnA nl House soon gathered around the speaker, Mr Hopkins of Virginia, was called to tho 'chair. ' Mr Winthrop of Mass, commenced his epeech, which commanded tho most silent and Admiring attention tp the end. The speech wa3 beautifully eloquent and strongly argumentative. Tho points were all well put, d won alike tho admiration of friends nnaVtocs. ' Mr Winthrop was obliged to stop in the pi'idat of his speech, his hour having expired. The floor was given to Mr Douglass, of Illin ois, who with great zeal launched at once into nn examination of the position of Mr Adams in 1S25, for the purpose of proving that he, and not General Jackson, ns had...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 January 1845

WAIUS MARRIAGE MERCHANTS. '"'A'JParjs correspondent of the New York Evangelist, over the slgnaiureof O. D. C, writes as follows: There are some very peculiar occupations, at least we should think them such in our country, of which, whether or not they ore to be considered as among- thd liberal pro fessions, it is hard to say. For eXftmple, ili'rn'arrfago merchants with their bureaus, 'transact a business of no little extent and importance, comprehending operations of great tact and delicacy, very far superior to the .sordid aduirs of ordinary commerce. Ho far they speculate upon the alTections it is dflicult to determinc.but they seem to go upon the scriptural rule, Where your treas ure is there will your heart be also ; and therefore make the treasure their sole point of calculation. It is with thorn a sort of arithmetical problem, given, a certain amount 'of treasure, to find, a corresponding amount of affection ; a problem ordinarily as easy of oiuuon in rcuaru iu sun uuui, ao ui...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 January 1845

VERMONT PHIENIX. HY WM. E. It Y TILER. J BRATTLEBORO, Yt. JANUARY '24, 1845. VOL. XI. NO. 22. NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. PUBLISHED QUARTERLY, on the fint of Janu try, April, July and October, each number containing" from two hundred and fifty to thrco hundred pages, ycautifullr printed on a clear typo, and line white pa per, and furnished to subscribers at Fire dollars per an num. ' The Publlshors bej leave to call attention to a brief MMemcnt or tho claims which tho NORTH AMERI CAN REVIEW has upon tho statesman, the literary ij)d professional man, and the scholar, for consideration tml support. This veteran Journal, tho oldest quarter ly In tho United States, has done its part in represent ing tho taste, science, and literature of the country for V-period of nearly thirty years. Indeed, it la believed to be now tho only quarterly publication In the country. Srliich Is devoted to science and general literature, and toot trammeled by any connection with a party or sect. ?t was establishe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 January 1845

VERMONT TEMPERANCE SOCIETY 'The Annual Convention or this Society was held tit Chelsea on tho 8th Inst. We have, re ceived n report of the proceedings, but Its great length forbids our publishing it. .The Convention was called to order by tho President, Eraslue Fairbanks.Esq. ofSt. Johns bury. Jason Steele, Esq . of Chelsea, was np pointcd.'Secrctnry jiro fern., nnd Warren Curri erVEsq., Assistant. Several Committees were raised or making rt list of delegates, for over tures, and for momentary officers, l, The report of the Executive Committee was then rcd. We make the following extracts: Two distinct advancements or manifestations of public opinion similar in their class, but diverse in their forms, nod occurring at periods of the year distant from each other may bo appealed to in evidence of the foregoing re marks. In the early period oC the year the question of granting or refusing licenses to vend intoxicating annus was urougui, in many unvm off'tho Stale, to an express vote; an...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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