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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 January 1845

nrulwiamjeui.ii.xiiw' - j - Tlojsfcfo 'HrfrhESEtfTiTtvcs; Mr King of NelvYo'rk Mefed' a resolution concerning tho Into duvl nnd proposing to appoint a qonw miltea to investigate tlie subject; ana it ncics- 8ttiy to expel, tho members concerned. Tin resolution was supported by Mr Hamlin of Maine, but Was laid on tho table, yeas 100, navs 82. The resolution of Mr Adams, renuestimr tho President of the United Slates to communicate. to the House all information possessed by this Government, in relation to the metes nnd boun daries of llio territory of Texas, and copies of nil existing treaties of the Republic ol Texas with nations other than the United Stalcs,.was under a suspension of the rules, agreed to. Among tde petitions presented were several fiunv New England, in opposition to the, ad missioritof Texas, nnd in favor of n reduction of postage. Some of tho former wcro from Now 'Hampshire,, and presented by Mr Hale. Mr, King presented memorials in favor of a lirealiwnler at Mnrblch...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 January 1845

From Eraser's London Magazine for Dtctmhtr. THE OTHteii da: V Unnn the meadows unread below Full softly Tall the flakes ol snow, Yet choke they up the way That lately wound along' the scejie Mid fields ofgold and syrards of green, , Ay, but the other day. The sun hath shrunk info the south, And every bird hath shut Its rnoutli, And broken oft its lay; And yet with sultry bea'mff the air, And yet with song the woodlands' fair Were full the other day. All things arc here but for a while, .' The frown must vanish, fade the smile, E'en beauty must decay. And who upon that wrinkled face The lily and the rose can trace We saw the other day 1 4 But form and beauty, too, might die, ' And fire forsake the aged eye j Could any mortal say, My heart is still as warm and light, "' As full of hopes and fancies bright .' 1 As 't was the other day ? Repose mankind can never know, ' They change as on the seasons flow, Until they pass away ; And whilst we live there's not on hour That sees not fall 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. — 31 January 1845

3' V E It MO If TIP H CE XI X. "y" , V , BY WM. E KYTIIElt. BRATTLEBORO, Yt. 'JANUAR Y 31,1845. VOL. XI. NO. 23; ljaalaniTIMWIssiwaTaWaaaailaMMSl ," "' '! Hill M3tWWMlHgMaw ! i Mwiw'.fi.'T'ffff-yipif;iww.iwiM WMGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS OR INDIAN PURGATIVE. rjHIOUOH many medicines havo been before the JL publio Tor a much longer period than Wmoiit'i IxdUk Veoetable l'iti., yet none .land, now In higher repute, or lias more rapidly attained a (inn hold upon popular c.tiniatinn. The thousand that hard Us4d them throughout the length and bretdth of the Republic, all bear cheerfultcaliinony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation wlion employed In the most distressing disorder! "which flcali is 4ie"ir to." . The theory' of disease on which WmoiiTsTs dmjc Vxar.Tisi.it Till ore founded, it this, viz; that there is only fine primary cause of all the disorders that afflict the human family, and that is corrup. humors ; or, In other words Impurity of Uloodl This principle is now so ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 January 1845

''jmimmmmmimiiiami&m" 1 1 LiiswiMisasjiissiMW TUB THE AT Y WITH CHINA. m..m ... i..t ,.,t.i..ii,,., . , "V,1 ic uu . oimiw China being yet under the seal of confidence, Which has been removed from the greater pari of the Documents communicated with the Treoty. to the Senate, wc have selected from those documents, for immediate publication, the following paper, which, for all practical uses, will bo more interesting to our readers than even the Treaty itself, because ft Rives our Minister'.) own view of the character and hearings of the Treaty. Nat. Int. From, Mr Gushing to the Secretary of State. Macao, July 5, 1844. Sirt: I have the honor to enclose to you a copy of the Treaty of Wong Hiya, as signed on lhe 3d inst. On examining this document, vou will find. in the first lilacc, that, in the description of the conlraclin . . . :. i . ....... g names, u.c .angungc o me sinm-- id the mode of execution, the style of' latlohr, am pcrfecl equality between the : United States and ......

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 January 1845

H.Ti!on 'mire' than by voting for Air Polk, ipUtn some remarks- rmido liy lilm yesterday, on "I"1'?"' tnfnvnr of Ihe measure. All New to the constitutional power lo itnncx Texas. wmi noa . . . . . i II 1 i. .. i 1 i i . r I was to be anne.xiul by the treaty-making power, in , , , . i Yorkers, except those wno iniemieu . o m limidatcd by the msn 01 auircr, in th'o expectation of office, would hat - p..!;!!,, nn'minn at tho nu not uy an net o uongress. lie nciu ine "rZllv SStt auSon whh Wnd upon thi, question .hat, he had , .":.i7i rrtniont to it hv maintained upon tno numiasion oi juouismna. hornpromiso of tho question. Any New Mr Collamer of Vermont, presented the res- Yorker Who WOUlU gO llOmO Qlier V, muting umiiuin ui itiuwui jLicgiaiuiuiv, uguiuav public-opinion on this subject, would no there the annexation ofTcxas. with the mark of Cain upon him. He Was Committee of the Whole. Tho House at .I' V.. . nin r,ir annexation in the spirit of an early hour went into Committee of tho ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 January 1845

I THE feUfcgTEb' BUBBLE. "The mind of morUlt in pertcrsensit. Imbibes Willi dirt docility tha Wronj.'' . Who but remembers to have teen, heard or read something of that great trnpostor, Joanna Southcotc she who could baref.tce- lv assert that it was her lot and divine com mission to give birth to the Messiah the Son of God I and by fearless audacity seduce thousands to become her tollowcrs T apeak ing or this impostor brings to mind a story which we remember to have heard from an authentic source. It was Joanna's doctrine that all who be licved in her should never tall victims to death : but that they would be severally call cd for and carried to heaven by nn angel. One of her brosclvtps was the wife of a hard laboring, honest man, who lived in the vi cinity ot Manchester. Constantly did tins woman harangue her unbelieving husband about' her ncwlv imbibed rclicion. His breakfast was disturbed by the relation of uer nuicuious iircauis , ma iniiiiur uc tmiui orennred himself or did wi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 February 1845

VERMONT PHffilll. ;r T' i 1 .i,, nm.-nj i ... 'IMW' WM. E KYTIIE -1 H5 artels' Sarsaparilla, 'For the removal and permanent cure of all t)iscases arising from an impure tlate of ,the Blood, or Habit of the System. rF wq read tlio history of disorders we are dL 'astonished thai men live; ifofeure, we are etill more astonished that they die. And yet in fact nearly all diseases havo a common ori gin, viz: In the organs' which prepare, and modify the' hlood, with n remedy, directed to the seal br disease, will remove a host of lis 1henomenn. It is (ho peculiar characteristic of Sands Sarsapnrilla, that its searching oper ation ruachea the causes of diaoane, and the cures it performs ore therefore radical and thn- Tougn. i lie neaiin 01 tne iiuman system uc iichds almost entirely upon the slate of the blood. If the Vitalizing fluid which pervades every tissue, membrane, fibre, lilnment, gland or other organ, primary or sub-ddiary; if the body bo charced with the elements ol disease, sick...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 February 1845

BRA TTLEB ORO, FRIDAY, FED. 7, 1845. tfinoi cTndekdonk's trial. The proceedings of the Court cT BishopsJbr the trial ol the IU. Rev. Bishop Onderdonk, have been published by the order or the Court, and make a Volume of 330 closely printed pages. Notwilbstand (ng 'the verdict of 'guilty, concurred In by eleven Bishops, the accused itill persists in his innocence, and appeals from the verdict of his peers to that of Ins Countrymen at largo. The character and stand ing of the parlies, and the nature of the charges make tt a nutter .of intense and general interest, and w,e., believe we cannot occupy our columns In a more acce,ptabe manner than by giving a synopsis i. .1 a . nit . . '. . .. . ...a I i I I oi ine case, i ne scruples mat we niigiii nave nan 'about spreading before our readers matters of so del icate, or rnllicr indelicate a nature, arc obviated by the fact that the nature of the charges are already fully, known, and the whole proceedings sec the light under the sanction of...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 February 1845

CONGRESSIONAL Washington, Jan. 27. The passage, in tho House, of the Texas Annexation bill by an unexpected majority, haa encouraged many to believe that the measure will pass the Senate. Opinions aro much divided as to the success or the measure in tho Senate. A distinguish ed Whig senator to-day, expressed his opinion thai tho Sennto will not pass it ; and a Demo cratic senator from North Carolina expressed the same opinion,but it is to he considered that both of these gentlemen were of tho opinion lhat the measure would not pass the House. The Whins ol'lhe House, prior to the vote on Saturday, strongly expressed the opinion that the,Hotiso would not pass the bill, and yet It did pass, by a majority of twenty-two, and with the approbation, as wo believe, of a li)a jority.or fifty. Now, as to the Senate, we begin with the eighteen who voted for the Treaty. In addi tion. to these wc may add Mr Alhcrton, Mr Kites, Mr Hannegan (who was absent when the vote was taken at the past sessio...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 February 1845

mm1 m "' MetauzedVVopp I'pa Railways. At tention has been lately alt rnctcd to an . in- ?cniionformetalizing wood, which renders it apparently as hard nastono or iron. The '"'following extract from a letter from E. Wright, Jr.,1s in the Journal of Commerce : 3 " But lately a good deal lias been said v httntit wo6d. and it patent has been takcti out !, Tor .converting it into iron, I should rather say into stone, by means of iron. Th rnctalizcd or rather fossilized wood, has been used in constructing the terminus of tlio Do - tor railway, and it really seems to have both , ,the qualities of stone and iron. Kails of laid down at Vnuxhall, for experiment, etidu rcdva travel equal to that of a year on the most thronged railway, without any percept ble wear, not even the saw marks of the tim iher bcTnir removed. It is supposed that tim Micr thus nroDarcd will not be subiect to rot or decay of any kind. This, time will test. If this proves true, (he invention will be oHm mouse importance ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 February 1845

TEBMOIT P IMC I X. H'l' Jisej,..t MUTTLEBORO, V t. "FEBRUARY 14, E. ItY'TII E 11 . VO-L. XL NO. 25;: , ,., , ,, i-. i. . VERMONT PHCENIX, :;;H,4 wrigiit's . INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS; rtoitil - on 1,1 V INDIAN PUUGATIVI5. rjlHOUGIl many medicines have been before the JU public for n'much longer period (ban Wmoiit's liffiAN Vr.aETAnLE 1'ili.s, yet none stands now in higher repute, or lias' more rapidly attained a firm lioldjupoit popultr estimation. Tlio.tliuusiiuls lliat avc uiea mem iiirougnoui me lengui nna ureaatu ,.,rli. r ,,,.,.,, .,: d- c.i..n ,i , -uflhc Itbpnbliff, alt bear cheerful testimony to their woilhy or preservation for future relerence.- fJinniuglicffibaoyand mild operation wliort employed Appended thereto la a slntement or tlio electo; in the most distressing disorders "which flesh is rnl votes from 1770 to the urcsenl'liine. tielrto." Tfioilieory ofdiscaso on which Winona!' in?. IIKCAJPITUL.A.TION BY STATES. yfGETAqLF. rati ar.c lounucu, is tins, viz; """states. mere...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 February 1845

GREAT SNOW STORM and VIOLENT GALE. The severest, storm we have boil for many, years commenced on Tuesday forenoon and continued with increased Violence" through the hight. The snow fell last nnd thick, and the Wind ilrnvc it wit h hlindlncr I'urv and tided it nn lri-hinre drifts worthy of the most noted of Ndw England snow storms. The gale soon nfn-r tni.lniolii iva.i terrific, and luke the storm nil in all wo have had nothing equal to it since Saturday and Sundny, Jan. 15 and 10, 1831, when the streets were blocked up with snow ilrin. manv of them ten-footers, nltd some es timated as high ns 12 or 14 feet in altitude. Our streets are now in a similar predicament, th sldd walk being lined with ramparts of snow, in many places several leel high, and some indications of more snow still yesterday afternoon. All travelling is of course much Impeded. We had no communication with Boston from 4J P. M. Tuesday afternoon until yesterday afternoon. The train which should have arri ved from th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 February 1845

cd was cither impossible or impracticable. AM j HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM VERA ihe points affecting the lands 01 other question's CRUZ....THE REVOLUTION OVER, should bo Milled by Joint Commission. v IC br u 7dM Kingsbury, whirl. The nucstion of slavery must bo comnrom- i-n t r.7. , . . ,i.t.rJ. , . " i. r . r i .f i lr, v wiiift till lim l-llll (ir uuiiuiu V hi. iscd in a manner satisfactory to the nation, and , .. Q Sllnlu ....... h, . not to one section or the country. The House, of Representatives had not proposed such a compromise. The nsscnt of Mexico said Mr D. lias, been deemed Unnecessary, but no one has deemed it unnecessary to settle the boundaries. His plan ie rpgnrded(most expeditious, be cause a Joint Commission might settle upon the terms of annexation satisfactorily to both countries nnd harmoniously to the whole union. The Bill was now read twice, when Mr Denton said that at dome future day ho would call'il from tho table. -.. 1 Correspondence of the Express. Washington....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 February 1845

Q : : - CT-T l"7""! TT " "TT tfTKe'London correspondent of tlio Boston My littlo menns aro exhausted, nnd I must Xtfaasiys: starve, or-go to , that refuge of poverty- Ljwj-ALiiJii-ov;V'-"'yr-ll'i-''ti'-'J say. f "The Athcnaum devotes' nearly six col umns to a caustic review of Miss Martin pnu's ntntninr-nt nf n wonderful cure.' which sbp.says was accomplisliecl ly the moans' of Mesmerio inlltionce. This influential, nnd at nil times impartial, journal, says, "let us ndmit tho stnteinent in its full forco and in tegrity; and to what docs it amount 1 Why, lliore is not, we sincerely believe, a sceptic or' a scorner in tho wholo College of physi cians, who would not agree that such phe nomena, or like phenomona, or more extra ordinary phenomena are of every day oc currence. Yet just such as these, with a helping indignation nnd a halting reason, have served as a foundation to ono half tho delusions that, from age to age, have troub led the past world." Tho same journal goes on to say, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 February 1845

VERMONT IMI a: i A. ,'' BRATTLEB ORG, Vt. FEBRUARY 21, 1845. BY 1VM. E. It Y THE VOL. XL NO. 26. Sands' Sarsaparilla, Fir the removal and permanent cure of all Diseases arising from an impure staid of the Blood, or Habit of the System. IF wo read tlio history of disorders wo are itainutxhril that men live! lfofewMf. we are still more astonished that thoy die. And yet n Cnnt (.Anltf nil iliaAnAD lintA n .nmmnn nri.l gin, viz: In the organs which prepare and modify the blood, with a remedy, directed to the seal of disease, will remove a host of its phenomena. It is the peculiar characteristic of Sands' Sarsaparilla, that its scarchlngoper nlion reaches the causes of disease, and the cures U performs are therefore radical and tho rough. The henlth of the human system de pends almost entirely upon the state of the blood. If the vitalizing fluid which pervades every tissue, membrane, fibre, filament, gland or other organ, primary or eub-ddlary; if the body be charged with the elements ol...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 February 1845

Statistics. It Is seldom that wc aro ablef 0 condense Important statistics in a Kmalll (lace, but Mr Ellsworth the commissioner ol i tarcnls gives iisn uinrs-cyo view oiinc wnuic. rnion. The pnptilntion oj the United State la estimated at 19,183,000. The number of biAhels of wheat raked in 1843, was lyu.SUO,- 856. Twelve millions and , a hnll bushel.-) by New York State, twelve millions and a quarter by Pennsylvania, and nearly nineteen millions byiOhio. The Slate which raises the greatest amount of oats is New York nearly twenty five1 millions ; Pennsylvania is next nearly nineteen millions. The largest amount of ryo Is raised in Pennsylvania nine millions and" a ftalf bushels, buckwheat also, two and n half 'millions. Fifteen milHona of Indian corn were raised in Pennsylvania ; in Tennessee, sixty seven niillinn. 'Nine millions bushels of pot'a loes''were rained in Pennsylvania ; New York twenty-six millions ; Maine ten millions. Pour hundred and lorly one thousand pounds of to ba...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 February 1845

COIVG KESSION AL Washington Feb. 10. SENATE. Jldmitsion of Florida and Io wa. A motion was then made to take up f lie hill providing for the admission of Florida and Iowa into the Union as states. An nmendment was oflercd by Mr Duncan, orohio, in relation to the boundary between Iowa atHl Missouri which gave rise to considera ble debale. Before the discussion ended the committee rose. Some further unimportant business was transacted when the House adjourned. February 13. The House linvo had nn Interesting session upon the bill for the admission of Florida and Iowa. The House decided against dividing Florida into two states by 123 to 77, and pass ed the liill admitting both States by a vote ol 145 10 34. The Pdst Office bill from the Senate, has . .. - . ( ibcen reported to the House by the Committee on. Post Olfice and Post Honda. The report is adverse to the bill, but the House can reverse it. Mr Aqtilnv niibeil nnil nhtnined lenvn In In, troduco a resolution to admit Texas as a St...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 February 1845

VALUE OF A LAWYER'S OPINION. '',',Iri' the tiifil number of tho 'Iteviio Fran criWo tips Fnrn'illjcs,' tho first ono second numbers not having conio to jiand, vc find a tory about a lawyer, which we thought wor ihy a translation, but wo had not proceeded far, yv.lien it pccurrcd to ua that wo had heard the same anecdote beforo, aid very probably it originated in this country. At any rate, it is not new, but then it is served Up. "in a handsome French style, which al ways gives additional vnluo to tho matter. Besides, if we really succeed in making any qf our readers adopt Tor practice tho opin ion, wo shall have done good service. Wo do not know that any one will adopt the opinion of Bernard, as to the value of a law yer's opinion, unless it should bo the lawyer himself, though it is probably, on second thought, that many give moro heed to that opinion than to the other authority which Bernard prefers. Cities, like men, have their peculiar char acteristics. Industrial, maritime, wis...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 February 1845

VERMONT r ims V I A. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. FEBRUARY 28, 1845. VOL,. XI. NO! 27, BY WM. E. RYTIIER, YVRTtR WT'6! I from the American Rttuu. for-February, INDIAN VF.nF.TAIUR PIT.T.R; THE RAVEN. OR BT EDOln A. TOT.. INDIAN PURGATIVE. Once upon n midnight dreary, while I pondered, THOUGH miny medicines have been before tlie wtak and weary, public Torn much longer period than Wbioht'i Over many a quaint and curious volume ol forgot- lfcouit VkoetablK Pitta, yet nono sUnils'now in " ten lord, '-' ' higher repute, or lias more rapidly attained a firm While 1 nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there Jiold upon popular estimation. Tlic thousands that came a tapping, liave used tliem throughout the length and breadth Aa of some one gently rapping, rapping at my oFllip Rpnnhlin. nil hear cheerful tealimnnv In their chamber door thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed " 'Tis aomo visiter," I muttered, "tapping at my In the most distressing disordcra "which flesh is chamber door Jieir to." O...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 February 1845

Arrival ef Ike Hibcrtiia. ... . . . . . . . .... . . ji lie Hibernia arrived in Uoston Wednesday, ncium, aim urings S3 clays later inteingenco Trade, in consequence- of dissentions in the Irom fcuropc. 1 Cabinet relating to the treaty with Brazil. Sir Charles Metcalfe has been made a peer. wtre. HU Excellency Air Everett, under the title or Baron Metcalfe. I tie American Minister, entertained Sir Robert -From France, wo learn that the i French PecI nnj n distinguished partv ntdinncr, onthe Ministry ore secured in power, at least another 3, utt. , i,;, tlianson jn Grosvcnor-place. session. On IhoTalntian question, they twice Tho QUcen nml Prinro Albetl 10VO pail v-l3. secured majorities. Ills to the Dukes of Wellington and Bucking. 'PI... ..III... nr t?fnnnn ,llH T rl rf 1 M ,1 H n. . . . . . in-UIMUIU.U ui 1 1 i,i ", 1 , nam, and were irt good iieaitn. ncara to be now as firm and healthy as it was , T,e(e is new of t,,e mj33ng pnckcl 8l,$p3 ,,teJV "mo W L Pa,mcrslon broko United Sta...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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