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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 August 1841

NOT THE GtOHY or 0 JQ S A m BUT tub welfare op home. BY II. li. STACY. 1IOOItL'S KSSI'.NCF. 01'' L1FK.-A Vulimblc JLTJ. Medicine, which, if rightly applied, will bo the incansui saving inutisauus inun tin iimi'i.ij K'a.t.-. It has been sold nml iim-iI for llilrt wears with irrc.it success, nnd found cr eibe-nciotis in Ihu following diseases, viz. Oonstt.npiion, Whooping Coughs, com inon Cough., Co'd, diiti .-nit Bicathing, Inlliicnza, Qtin, Asthma, Phthisic, Spilt in p: of Blood, Fl.uu lency, Indigo-Uoii, Loo-encs of ihe Bowel, Fitsol every kiwi, Crani, Rickets Colic, Catarrh, Dysen tary," Fainting, Hypochondriac Allcelion, Headache, SicKUCss ai oietuiacii, .uc.tsies, u picvciiiiiu ui iuu tagions disease's, Gout and Hhciiin.iH'sm. tr-TTIiealiovBMoJiemciniiciinreJ by Henrv Sey mour, ofllndley, Mass, from the Original Recipe, by ilit! direction ol said Moore-, anil sold by hun and tho principal Druggists in llie Unitcili-tnte's. Sold wholesale andrclnil. livJ.cc .1. II. Peek Co nndThe...

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. — 20 August 1841

amis aromas WHIG STATU TICKET. TOR OOVCRSORi CHARLES PAINE. TOR LIEUT. OlIVERNOR, WAITSTILL R. RANNEY. Ton TREASURER, JOHN SPAULDING. ror. SENATORS CHITTENDEN COUNTV. THADDEUS R. FLETCHER, DAVID FRENCH. ri 1 i " sssssssss ARE YOU READY t In about tlirco weeks the Freemen of Ver mont will bo called upon to choosn their State officers and members of llio Legisla ture Arc the whigs ready to do their duty? Aro they united in their several towns on a candidate forRcpresontative ? InunioH, only, there is strength. We presume that thcro is not a whig in tho State who does not feel proud of the po litical distinction which Vermont is entitled to, contrasted with her sister States. All arc aware that no other State in the Union has maintained the'sanio steadfast opposition to tho Executive usurpation and misrule which characterised the administration of the Government the last twelve years : 'Among tho fiitliloss, faithful only she!' She cannot now falter. Her course is on ward encouraged as...

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. — 20 August 1841

MURDER. By a correspondent at Crown Point, N. Y. who signs himself nn oyo.wltnosF, it woulil Bccm that a murder was committed on the 3d Inst., upon a boy of the name of Benjamin Franklin Gale, of about 17 yearB of age, whose family live in Colchester, Vt. Tho circum stances are stated as follows. The boy was living with a man by tho name of Joseph West, and wont out about fi o'clock in the morning to milk his cowc While milking, the mur dcrercamo up and knocked him down with a lever, fractured his skull, which occasioned his death 07 hours after. The deceased was much respected by all who knew him. A man by tho name of Joseph Winch, a revolutionary soldier aged 8fl years, it is said is charged with tho dreadful deed, and was committed to jail on the Wednesday following. Ho discovers, no Bymptoms of penitence. The reason he assigns for tho deed is, that somo boys had, tho day previous, provoked him by throwing stones and chips, and ho had resolved to bo revenged, and in tho blindness...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 August 1841

"Ho touched In linrp, and nations heard, entranced." For tho Burlington Free Press. , Mn.Sr acy, Though mi untaught plough boy, and no favorite! of the muses, 1 somo timcs scribblu in rustic verso; anil liavinu' boon rcquostod liy a few fnonds to prepare for publication n temperance song, with inticli tlifliilciicc, 1 transmit you tlio follow ing which yon arc at liberty to transcribe in your paper, shoultl you deem it of sufii cieiit value. O freemen wtike, your country mourns A lyi.'ini's ruthless sway. His palling ftllirs pioudly sur n, -A lid b.ust without delay. " O shall ilio land of Washington, Homo of ilio dr.n r, and fire, The land wh'-rc vieioiy'ij wrcallt was won, Bo oVonird lo slavery Shall not hlcss'd freedom's stripes and stats. In triumph ecr waves Or shall a freeman sloop so far As bo a douching slave. Intemporciice, foolo liuuian Kind. Has ruined his falchion high, His voice la borne on every wind, His banner f weeps Iho sky .Shall he who ouec breathed fieidom's air...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 August 1841

Aw 1 Ji f xi MOT THE glory or C iB S A S OUT THE WELFARE OP ROME. ir-"rira7T-rrT-Ei 17ttt ir BY II. B. STACY. MKL1NGT0N, VEItMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1811. VOL. XV.. ..No. 12. MOOItE'S ESSENCE OK 1-1 I'll. A Valuable Medicine, which, if rightly applied, will ho fho meant of saving thou-and- from an untimely grave. It has been suli) ami it-txl for thirty year?, with great Miccc, and found wry elfioaciou- in the following di-cases, viz. Oon-ii.nption, Whooping Cough.-, com mon Cough, Cold-, ilnltcuU Hrcnllifnp. Influenza, Quinsy, A-tluna, Phthisic, Spitting of Hlood, Flatu lency, Indigestion, Lou-encss of tho Huvvel, Fitsol every kind, Cramp-, Hicket, Colic, Catarrh, Dy-eu-tary,' Fainting, Hypochondriac Ad'ccu'ons, Headache-, Diclilic.--ai oioiuacii, .uca-ics, u picvcinii e ui von agioiidi-c.i-c-, (lout and Rlicumati-m. CP"Tho above Mo.liciiici-prepared hv Henry Scy. 'monr, of Hndley, Ma . from the Original lieeiiie, by lueuirccuuii oi suiu .muni, mm sum i'j imuimutiiv 'principal Jrii...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 August 1841

WHIG ST A I P. TICKKT. ror. ouviutNon, CIIA.iLISS patne. roB t.tr.UT. WAITST1L1, OoVfRMttt, UAN.NliY. Fon nitusi'nr.n, JOHN SPAULD! NO. TOr. StNATOllS UlllTEMlEN COt'NTV. TIIADDKUS II. FLETCHER, DAVID FRENCH. LATEll I'ROM EUROPE. Wo have received ncconnls from London to tho 3J inst, by tlio tlritish post ofliro Steamer Columbia, which arrived at Huston on Thursday. In politics, littlu of interest has occurred since our previous advices. Tlio triuinpti of tlio Conservatives at lint late elections is complete, and tin returns of members of tlio House of Commons, shew the party nlll have a majority in t' at body of at least SO vote, a majority etpt d to that possessed hytho Tory parly dining the (lavs of its runs' -confirmed nsrr.idanry, under tin; Mdniiiiistra'iion of William Pilt. Tho Con servative majority in the constituency of the United Kingdom is 2,!i,7;?l the registered electors in places which h ivo letorned Cuii-pervativesheiilL'o-n,8-)9. and in pi ices which have returned Wh...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 August 1841

monthn ns nn in liviehial vmi w-o dd p if nnsir n- ccnlrationofour vnlrsts in Icpensnhlr to n inrulnr choice. AtnM.ppnrlin-Mr. I) llmpliMti lor 1 leci'l. Govcriieir, w hilc I imnlir linn nn honotablr man ism s ti llicrcnrcnthirin. il w ho are riual!v sound on Abolition, ihnsijicwsncriiil with ii.me-in irand have In nivc some oihers one the. iircfctcticc .u ,,e Po cyoi.nc ,u.tini (ml rnll.nl I "'.;.. sin.m-i e-is ior 1:1111 cnuce." Tins nf course whs mil .sutisf.irlnrv In such mm ns ili'in imlcil t ho !f &f s mi'l Mr. Sulnn is stricken from the ticket, and Julius llovt , substituted. A WAKNIN(f TO Till: WHIGS OF VERMONT. Tito Now Yorker speaks of the recent c- Icction for Senators and Representatives in Indiana, lis follows : "Weihivo sufficient return" Irom this Siate In ren der niora'ly ccriniu nn opposition in.ijo.iiv in llic new House of l!eprcentativ, upon a liul.! vote, and 11 staloof utter Jisurjnni:allon tf pi.rtlts. In s. nic couutns tlurcwercn1l07.cn stump candidates, r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 August 1841

trans a "Ho touched lilsliarivui'l unions heard, entranced. Till: WANDICRKR'S SONG. IV ANSA J.. SMILLING. Oh give me back mv native hills 1 The bright New Ungland shore; Allonging wish my bosom lills To brcalho their air once more. I fuel as feels tho prisoned lird T.ir from his own vvcct land, While pouring forth 1(3 mournful notes Upon a foreign strand. Oh ijivp me back my tiaik-c hills, For I am wrung vvilh care 1 fain would meet warm hearts again, Of loved ones dwelling there. Sure, friendly smiles have greeted me That threw a radiance o tr Lifc's saddening scenes hut not like those Which I have met of yore. Oh giro me back mv own green hills ! Sly heart is like flic flower. That rudely tom-hen' by cruel band's Droops lor its own sweet bower, Among tho cheerful thrum; 1 move &'ad, cheerless, and alone s 1 long to lmct with kindled souls That answer to imno own. Oh five mo back my own green hills ! The wild hud's joyous lone! The bright blue sky, and happy smiles Thai o'er my...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 September 1841

' ' mmmmMmmmmmm mui i in, NOT THE GLORY OP O JQ S A 17; tt V T THE W E L F' A R B OF ROME. '"""'1ltl ii nil iiii mi e inn ill'lra aumtiw i i t irmrwr-rmjr.iw agg i Pinrinin e maag CBan miiiny'-r.mi " - " " 111 i: n- nmn im iw ruin i n BY II. B. STACY. MHLINGTON, VERMONT, FBI BAY, SEP T Ell BE It 3, 1841. VOL. XV.. ..No. in. V 1 i i t i J ii I I f I MOGUL'S Il-N(.'i: UK LIFT,'. A ultinb!u MixlR-itK", winch, if riahtly applied, will lio dm means of saving ihou-and- from nn untimely grave, ll has been sold and u-od for ihiriy yi-nr, w'nh great succc.--, and found very ciucac'iou- m iho following 'ditca-e-, viz. Cnnu. option, Whooping Cough., com moii Cough-, Co'd-, difficult Hrealliing, liillucnz.i, Quinsy, A-tluna, Phthi-Ir, Spitting of lllood, Fletii lcncj'.' Indige-tioii, Loo-one of tin" Howt-I-, Fi'tsul every kind, (.ramp, Hickcl, Ctilii', Catarrh, ly,-cu-tarv,' Fainting, Hypochondriac Alleclion-, IlcaJichc, Sickness at stomacii, .vea-io., n preventive ot uon-iagtoiidi-cae--, Gout ...

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. — 3 September 1841

lift' (hi Communication. Huntington, August 20, 18-11. To John Tyler, President of thc United Stales. Sin, As ono of ttio sovereign people of this great nation, 1 nililress you ; and for tiiis 1 ruako no npoligy, but simply to say, that whoro ono is elevated to oflico, no mailer how liigli, or honorable- llio station, no mai ler tliougli ho bo surrounded villi tbe pa geantry of the old world, and hold convcrsu with tho representatives of the crowned heads of Europo, his official ucls, become, as It were, public property, and aro liable to be, nnd ought to be, scrutinized mid canvas seel with groat freedom and independence, though with respect. You, sir, act by a do lcgatod authority, as ono of tho servants of tho people, and to them you aro, and must be ultimately accountable. Though, sir, 1 ehall speak with great plainness, yet do not Conclude, I underrato tho dignity of your station, tho urbanity of your manners, tho integrity of your character ; or tho capacity of your intellect....

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. — 3 September 1841

tinrjCticy Is, if llio Whigs, will suffer themselves to tia divided nnd tho second is, if they will neglect coming to tha poll nnd exhibiting llicir liillstrougth. Whigs of Vermont I lot us insist, then, upm a united support of U'iie Condidatcs.ani uponnui rote at tt;iott.' Unite I Rally I ARE YOU READY. Whigs of Vermont are yon ready for tlio contest on tlio 7t!i day of September 1 For years youlmvo struggled with a giant party who had treacherously obtained an ascen dancy in the government, which by the in llucnco of power and patronage, a subsi dized press and an union of tlio purso with the sword, they hoped to mnko perpetual. But American Freemen would not bear tlio galling chains of a government administered for the purposes of personal aggrandisement. A tido of indignant feeling burst through their hearts, from ouo end of tlio continent to tlio othor. The administration has been changed, and the triumphant party in Congress am endea voring to Ileal tlio wounds of tlio conflic...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 September 1841

"lie touched his harp, mid nations heard, entranced." DEATH, cv mbs. c. ir w. rtts-. Death come to a beautiful boy at play, As be sat 'mong the summer llowcrs, But they seemed to wither tmd die away In their very sunniest hours. " 1 have come," In a hollow voice, said Death, "To play on the gra-s with slices" Hut the boy look'd frightcn'd and held his breath, In the midst of Ins childish glee. "Avvsv, away from my flowers," ho said, " For 1 know, and love thee not" Death look'd at the boy,' and shook his head : Then slowly bolcil the spot. lie met a maiden in girlhood's bloom, And tho ro-c on her check was bright, And slio shuddered, as tho' n gho9t from the tomb, Had risen before her sight. b'hc stood by tho brink of a fountain clear In its waters her beauty view'd, When Death, with his haggard face, drew near, And before the maiden MooJ. " Fair damsel," ho said, with courtly pride, " To thoo I this goblet quail"," Hut she turned with a buoyant sup aside, And lied with a ringing la...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 September 1841

NOT THE GLORY OP C in S A IZ BUT TUB W E I. F A n B OP ROME. BY II. B. STACY. BUKLINGTON, VIIMONT, P IUD AY, S E P T E MBEIl 10, isn. VOL. XV....X0. M. M OOltL'S J-SSLMI. Ol'' LI I'l.. A Vnlenble Medicine, which, if rightly npphcd, will 1 n llie 'tarnnsuf savins ill and- Irom an miliintly crave. It ha been Mild mi l n-i'd fur thirty year, wnlipir.it uiceo-s, nud found very cdit-actou- in tin; fullim-ius di-ca-e;-, Vir. Coii-u.nplion, Whnopius Coiiqh-, com inon Cuiili", Co'd-, ih'thVnlt Ui-oniiiius. Influenza, Qumy, A-thniit, Fhlln-io, Spitiins of lllond, Flatu lency, In.hso-tioii, Loo-cne" ill' iho llowel-, Fnol cwfv kin I, Cramps, lticl.ct-, Colic, Cnlnrih, Prsen- lary, raintuil, iirpociioii'iriacAuo.Tion-, iicud.iclic-, Sickiies'-at SiciinriL-li, Mca-le-, a preventive of Contusion-tli-ca.-o--, Coin and Iihcuiiiatiin. tQ2! hfatiovo Mo-ln'ino i iri-iari.vl I y Henry Sey mour, of Hadlov, Ma--, froin tliuOnvin.il Kocipo, l.y thedireilinu uf -aid Moon', and Mild liy him uud the prin-ip...

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. — 10 September 1841

ARRIVAL OF THE BRITANNIA. The Britannia left Liverpool on llio 19fh nit., and reached Boston on Thursday morn ing, after a tempestuous pussnuu. The Caledonia arrived at Liverpool on tho morning of the 14th. The commercial depression still continued In Gt. Britain, and had extended to tho con tinent. There wcro several thousand ope ratives out of employ at Lyons, and many ojso in tho othor French manufacturing towns. A little more activity prevailed in the English markets for a few of the latest days, but it was tho't not to amount to much. The harvest this year, oven should the crop sustain little injury, must ho a lato one. It is the opinion of well-informed prisons that a supply must ho obtained from abroad, Wore tho produce of tho crop can ho brought to market. Some shocks of earthquake have been felt in various parts of Scotland. In reference to this subject wa give the following oxtract from tho commercial Arti cle of tho London Sun, of tho IS tli ultimo, (tho latest London dat...

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. — 10 September 1841

nnl within a week business will bo nt its liciglit for the season. Thcro was it tumor in this city thi nftcr noon, that fivo Hrilislt vessels of war had been scon off the Hook; but of coitrsu it was tm ibunilctl. McLcod's trial is to commence on the 27th iusl. STEAMER IJURLINGTON. Ir. Buckingham, tho traollor, who has Visited nearly every impoitant placo in the four quarters of tho globe, and travelled by every mode of conveyance at present used by civilized mmi, in Ids lour in this country, two or three years ago proceeded from Sara toga Springs by Lakes George and Cham plain to tho White Mountains, and thenco by Concord, N. II. and Lowell to Boston. From Ticondoroga to Biulington, Vt. ho made the passage in tho Burlington, and in Ills late work on America, he pays tho fol lowing liberal and deserved compliment to that unrivalled steamer and her truly gallant commander, Admiral Richard V; Sher man. Compliments from our own country men are so freely and universally bestowed upon the...

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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. — 10 September 1841

mm ; t: ' rsjS.J - " pf Mi lie toucliud his lint p, and nations heard, rmrnnccd.'' THE WIDOW'S WIULTTI, r.v i:. c. stehmak. ASarcssed. to my little boy, who, on Feeing Vac weep at pecuniary misfortune?, brought a eilvcr piece which liiul been presented to him, valid with tears in kif eyes, said, "Mullier, trill this do yo'i any govJ I" N.u-, Ivctp ihy idfl my precious boy! It but n drop would be From the wide, ocean of the want's That ore oppress ty me. Hut lilciiijs or. the tender hcirt From whence the nlfinnjr. rose Which Oin would r'ac it; ' little all,' To soothe a mother's woes .' Ah ! when I gacon thtc my child, I feel that wealth is mine ) Kor penis oldie "first watet" aro 1 hose guiltless tears of thine. 'Tis tli v caress, my l.li'scd one .' Theliopes in thin bound up, That hid my tlianksaoceml to Heaven O'er Borrow'-! bitter cup. And shall thy nolle fid expand To tintiho oil's ripened jears i And will a mother's sorrow thai, Have power to move thy learn 1 Then come and whil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 September 1841

NOT TUB GLORY OP GJ3SAB) BUT TUB WELFARE OP It O IYI E. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, V R 310 NT, FRIDAY, S.EPTE MB E It 17, 1841. VOL. XV.. ..No. 15. wliu'li, II rlahtiy applied, will bo the TVf OORI-.'S iTl Mchcim tircansof savinc thoii.-nnds lrorn an iinttmclv tir.ivc. tl has been sola ami n-cd fur llnrty yenrs, with Rrr.il success, and found very cluMfioii-. "in llm lollowiuir dicac, viz. Coit'i.npiinn, Whooping Coughs, com mon Cough, Cu'd, iliiTu-iill Breathing, fnlhieiiM, Clitmy, Asthma, Phthisic, Spittiua of Blood, Flalu lcncy, Indu-it-lion, Loo-enc of the DowiU, l'its of everv kind, Cramp, Ricket, Colic, Catarrh, Dyscn larj'i Fainting, Hypochondriac Alluelions, Headaches, Siekne.nt Stomach, Mealc., a preventive of Con ta"ioiiihscve, Gout ami Rheumatism. Icj'I he above Mc lii-tnoi prepared hy Henry Sev tueiiir, ofltaillcy, Ma. from the Original l'ccipi', fy ihedirectiou of nid Moore, and sold by luin and lire principal Dritggilin the l'nitodStale. Sold wholesale amlrei.nl, bv ...

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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. — 17 September 1841

vijto .iiuss.vui;. To th llov.se if Itqitescnlathcs rf the Vnitcd States. It is wllli extreme regret thnt 1 foci myself flnstraincd by the iliity faithfully 'o execute t lie effico of President of the United .Stale', nnd tn tho best of my ability "to nrc-crie, prtcc', and defend the Constitution ofthe United State," to return to that House in which it originated, tho bill "lo provide for the better collection, t; ,fo keeping and disbursement of I lie public reii'iiiie by means of a corporation, to bo styled the Fis. eal Corporation of the United States," with my written objections. In my message cnt lo the Ponalo on the 10th day of August las', returning Ihn bill "to incur potato the subf-crihersto the lncil limit oftlif United State.'," distinctly deehrn.l tint "my own opinion has boon uniformly p-oe'ln'iti'nl to bongaimttho excrrir-o of the power of Con. grass to create a National Hi ik to operate fr $4 over the Uuion," and entertaining that ojnn ion, my main objection to tint bil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 September 1841

r BANKRUPT LAW. " 0 call attention lo ilic new bankrupt law ')'! papur. It will bo scgii tlial niiy m ',viliiiil can liavu thu benefit of it as n debtor. !'d in a certain contingi'iicy process of Iknkrnptcy can bo commenced against u debtor by bis creditors. In either caso ilie debtor's propeny, if ho 1ms any, is equally divided among nil bis creditors. As it now, U the sharpest, thamott griping, and general ly tho wealthiest creditors, sitiz.o all the -debtor has ; nnd tho more forbearing, more generous and tho poorer creditors get noth ing. Where a debtor actually has nothing ; it is cruel to shut him up in j.iil : that will not enable him to pay, though it may bo tho means of extorting money from some goncrou f rio ud, who will pay tho dobt to got him out. But this is littlo belter than robbing an innocent and generous man. But suppose thn debtor has boon in trade, and is left his liberty, tho moment a friend aids him to begin business again, the old creditor strikes upon him. Ho...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 September 1841

"Ha touched Ilia harp, nml nations heard, entranced." From the Chsilcstun Courier. THE FLORIDA KXl'M'.SS HinniL Conic f.rth I tiny is breaking, my tsiuty sticd. Come forth! 'tun day that must try thy speed For 1'vu far, far to ride, through the hammock green, Where in ambush the red rivago hen un-n. Nor bramble, nor drift and must stay thy flu-lit, For my lash u hei n, and my spur is bright : And will thou dost know where the gash is laid, When the sharp shot rinrji in cypre" 'hade ' Tis then thou dost bear on the foamim: rein, A I tui't my hand in thy rluwinc mane As the tall palmetto, and mangrove drear, We leave behind in our w ild eatecr, As with lightning hmb, o'er the Bands we rly, For tho barren plain and the opcu'sky. Oh I the music, no luart loves l.kcmy own, Of thy bounding hoof in the forest lono. I flight the dark o!f fronihW lnzy pare, And I stirt tho red deer hum hi hiding place ; When tho wild whoop tells me of danger neir, I crouch in my saddle, but not in ftar; For ...

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