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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 July 1871

nricuxcTox axd yicixiTi. Meteorological itccorO. LaL44.2r, Lon73.l0 Elevation above tide water 3C7 feet ; above Lake Champl&in 277 feet. Jclt Sxcgsd Wick 1371. . THFEKOurrEa. ba&oit. wivds. 2 -. -T. 9pji.ein)7A.. 2r..r.n ; f.T I MM NW r. iv 8W 3 Tl MM -N NOT RL fil I rM I N NW NW 1 SW 110 tW 1 ii r.r . 29.4' bW w 78 WP BW H' fi 2H.J hW 1-VY 14 Avtraze teeiparatare t.f the wee!. Arerare LwitwnaiM rl came Darted 09. 09. lril, 7104. A-nauntofrUin - 0 7b ineb. Fill of nun of Jd week, July, lro, Ijl inch. Wisoosei. L. B. Tiitt, Jr., and L. C. Piatt tare purchased three acres of laad at Wintxtki n-ar i-' C Kennedy's, of II. A. dark, of Philt dc'i.li'a, .'or $4,600. II-habd Natiosal Base. The capital of t ie lbwarJ National Bank, of this city, has I con .nenxsed to $300,000. Tic grounds t elected for the County Fair, at Esex Junction, are about a fourth of a mile frc m the Junetioa House, on the Burlington road, asd will include thirty acre. The total amount of lumber received at t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 July 1871

Life Journcs. W. bar. taken a tons Josrn.y, Jib. ?, ?SlMns f weather. U;ts.nd(h.d.wsdybiri.y. Ton rnmW - May mornins. John, uitelitr.lswereeinr,in; , VhJ . .be b.1 -ere rinlinz; ttVlilw wHh nappy Aim. ; v on remember, too. the .r MM. J"J0. He led 'low! t T Z "t. p. w we ,teuatM la tU d.r tour., Ufki the. merleed tos-rsy Tl)ob tKy iondered new .nd then, tSTwI-t Wt 'nn back .pin. , n,ci cm. three times yen know, Mn. " And look ..or loved on-.,l.me Al"h0h e - It was Ool's will, ;t Mt o U lee -na! br..sl us near to Cod, Trusting, as we fit the r. d. We f re nP tl,e P'ara JonB' An Life's ran 1 slnkinz It s pf'len sartet. ours. Aod I here heer, ihinaiag. When tHe t.llieht .hall qre- dim We shall get "WW lUe frofB ,lira- VMien -e rtep Into the river, Joan. Sarieor. cms. we'll we A. d. eltasins to It, we shall float Into Rurally, Safe upon tbe other shore Otrusrle, wait led weep no more. The I'oefe M"l' fcl ... X. BRWaA. Th. bo remember tie Lit tan -ami burial of Vermont's most genial man, ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 July 1871

Ham ii Grlmilklns Death. A PARODV. n iLl. . TAEt-ETO. tu0 SStti'ag tl ) , (i; mil' tAUrft .4 , - i , i,i ' lvsl rtna y, rt , l4i i 'in cat lay. n- n caujut T II qiau a utme, t v i-j i.'j , ft d rttut. i,! :, utireiefiLns DmiIu, At i! aault himself. They eime arcund me here, and aj 1 .lays oflito are oeri T'ia. I mi alt snoop la ia.ui or ra'A, Ar.c teniten and ffs&t mote. The come, and to my List ere, dare J teli mo now, that I, Tlie oldest turn cat on the plaea ! That 1' y-j w! -o-w ! most die. And wha'i death T I've brared.htm oft 11 ore the poker Uirut, i. j iouht many a eat and dog, 1 i.r uiiny a buce and crusL ' . c niul him, laoed bun, ssorne! Mm, Una Uie light was racing not ! ; ii -1 .me here Vil ccruetu hi eye?, D.ij Tear him not. Ii in i tvie signal from the bn, Am' ta ? Ui miguty dial . . r ubi to every nooo aad farm, A i call cacti fan eat in , .Ua , du my DhLling, now. M) ..r order mind! . nri )!' Ler every rat and nvm.Bs i ti.it jucencatcb aii 1 find " A iin-irod ea...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 July 1871

RrTKLixQTO FRIDAY, JULY 288tT qTj- BENEDICT. Editor. TnBVEEKl-V FREE 1'RESS I. published every rrliay "o,10, THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION Oollt SI- l)uallB"'.,l. TIB. Tiro Dollars a Veer In Advance. TiilTiuunu Tries contains every week t l .nn state News. Correspond .letches, poetry. . Market Reports ;e. aork and Cotton Btoct us " Cattle Market, St Albans Butter Market, c-: . :..i..nl tnnlrm. nd every thing gom, to make op " tilmhu rawiLT PAPta. Itls print ' ... m more ed on a large 3c-eciomn mem u" v -- reading matter than any paper inui.. f-- country. Address all orders to , .Tint THE FREE TP.ES3 ASSOCIATION Bcrlisctos, VT. XOTICK TO M'llSCIlIIIEItS. AIIT pets will be Tromptly Jicon. llnnra at the expiration of the time ..aid for. and therefore, ub-criDcrs ivl-aing their I'aper continued without interruption, should renew meir -.cription at leatone week before their paid teira closes. Every subscriber Is Informed when IilJ subscrlp- tlon eiplrei, erery week, ny me pnnw : In? hlf sua...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 July 1871

s unaixoiosAXu vicixiTr. Meteorological Record. La:.i2r, I-,ni;73o.I0: Elevation abovo lids water 3(7 feci , snore i-ase caamplnln 'S77 loet. Jllt Third Wen IS7I. H TBCRU011STER. BAROV. wllDI. q "A.M. 2P.M i9 P.M.(mean7 A.n. S r.K. )i P.M 67 ' 29JH S9 I 29J1 S5 29.3,1 Gl 2932 CI 1 29.3 RE sw l MV N N.42 I N Average texperaturs of the woek, A rem; temperatce cf same period, C2.e0! 71. IE. Amount of Rain 0 8.- lneb. UinivosD BriTEitf Market. 0a JIonley,at the market, about 100 tabs of latter were loll t L'"c to 22c for good; choke 2e. to S03 . anJ 1 toies of cbeftf, fara dairies. Mid froa Oe. t , . fa.-torv, 10c to 12e.; sag ehme 10c. to .r Albiks Bcitee Mincn-.-Jalj 25, the rnariict was cot very active. So change from Ust week Fir graJtsj, 17 to 19 cents ; good, cents : p.ipic, 26 cents : eitra, 27 cents. The ruling prfee was 2'. cent'. Cheese, 12 to 13 cenlf. Iiujers of bay in Maine ray per ton fur j it in the fiel.1. Work on the new conrt-i.outc is pronressm; finely. The walls are ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 July 1871

I cor. t - 'J. ecin te ,u,er d.rP tb.f p-wioB to mother . Com. U tb. border. Ureen are tkr AwW-- ,SSSSffl,,,,,,,', nut jou are my chosen cue: Beautiful fioien one I And I am tby bridegroom, over tho border rm waiting to own theeI stand at thy port'' ioroTr " marriage should please the lmmorUH. "ilet w"d waft t? the. fill.d with ray Incense. Knrythir.,; telli thee of ray patent presence. llarlinsonet bride of mine : Come to this lide or mine I am thy Lusband-and cancel the border . ...., June 26. IKI. Ufa,, !,, Sedan. The Iojbj are broken, the loom, aro busied. Anl a broken weary man Sits near a child with fever Unshed, In a cottage of Sedan. The mother starved with , Mm. the wt.vcr To feed their little child. Who lies now low with famlre ferer. That flew th mother mlio. Tli room Is dtsolate . the store lln dwindled very low ; All a poor housewife's pride of yore Mas plundered of the foe. And father cowen our gray Wood ahes barely warm i lie fells the child is (Coins away In the piti...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 August 1871

Xlntty-nlne ia (he &ltatle. Oh i ft iocs In a garden efcueumbers j Ob ihr an icebarg or tiro at control s wj for Ti.e whicu at md-lay tne dew cnmberi U tut j eaure U p the Pole, 'vj ill rtaifClw'er, t, t i f il raasea iu a low . , . i narrtd! hydromswr. u i- itoUture tbai rolls from my bri-ir , . ,;' i- ol 5 r twenty-times csMer, 'r,i fi ii, r-ri boT.it tMxe'htu me.1 , , .-a:j-4"t iu dreaded ooMfhoaldtr, , - Tvnat a CuC-fjrt an ajue woo Id b. Oh i. r a grotto to typify HceTtn. c uped -n the rrc itficer cataract vast, t li lt.ra Wlner of d'saopteni eren, t ti f '? rrct b'intetf jadicivualy cast. 'i fiTachill that r-onlJ b perpetual, Orat leas: lart till the Suiumtris o'er,) , 'too the fever my come ai effectual. And last ui t 1 irter is with ns no mere Tht- Hint ofDaun, I -nai tl.o rreen Iiodows of the i Uoro batftiie circle of tite beers, T.ie rhelterio wiraj ilo-rod over me. 1 rt so .mri eouitht ny skjcy bewere. t lie bppy west w mis Mew about 1eif sweetest airs tho trampetJ th...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 August 1871

-US-QIO.V. FRIDAY. ACQ, i. 1871. O. 0. BENEDICT. forro. TK WEEKLT FREE PRESS I, published every Friday morning by TnE FKEE PKES3 ASSOCIATION, Collrrre St., Burlington, Vt. TEES. I Two Dollars a Year lu Advance. Tax Weeeit Free Feiss contain, every week tB, latest news tol and State Sew Corre-pond .nee. Edlt.rUHd.0lc. .elected MlsUany, W and EctonStocri General Markets , CatnbrWK. Cattle Market, St. Albans nutter aiaraet, r- tides on Airicnltnral topics, naeTeiyiom golni tomikenpTAi.rii!i.irAiiaTMri. ed on a larse 3&-eolamn sheet and contains prlnt- more dinI matter than any pper mu" of the country. AddreM all orders to TDK FACE TIIESS ASSOCIATION Ennusoros. Vt. NOTICE TO arilSCIa',ERi All lepers will le promptly discou tinncd at the expiration of the time paid for, and therefore, subscriber, avlahingtbclr Paper continued ay.lhoul ... ..i..ntd renew their tub- .crlptiou at lean one week before their naid term clofe. Every subscriber Is informed when his rabscrip- Hon expires, eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 August 1871

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEEE . PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1871. After choice bit of mucic frcm Gilmore" Band, grace vas eaid by Rev. Harmon Loooi, D. D. of New York. After the edibles had been proj. erly disposed of. rresideat Ad gell ordered a cessation of the knife and fork arrtillerj fire, and eaii ht roi j mart, Vice U roi. I baTe tried to gtt a living rain to fill thii chair bat could not. I can only accoant for toy being here on the ground that jgu wanted a brisk corpse. I can not pee vhj I am here, dead, unlese it was to remind the gueeU cf their mortality u the skeleton ku passed round at the Egyptian feasts, or, in the language of Malcolm to the Thane of Cawdor, because nothing became his life as the leaving it' FiTe years ago, I told the new Pi evident he was the man for the place. He thought cot A year and a half ago, I re peated the same sentiment, but with the same HI nieces. Ycu know that I hive always been in favor cf the admission cf women into the Uni versity, an...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 August 1871

Foreira Correspondence. tbe cmr cr sarLss depend.' "a dste.)-.F r-1- KAras, April 16, 1871. Dear FMi at Haw : I am seeteJ in tlie window of bottl in the d'Tof Npt- b 1 coaU dcrcribetl . ,. Iurtfnl tie rceaerv it. The windows ,n-lli':nds ireeirosg vriieoptn. Theyraik- tUsHuloaBliWoar. l lu tbi. lovely clim ,te Becw xc.i. alary , t"8 ng the sbo.r of the bay. where lovely blue r.n a spread cnl Uftte ct, mrided with Teasels. hn Eariieh Den of war-MeeSwrranran tSr - - Oibralta, ean- iag vessels that taste the eireait ef tie world, Utile shalkpa gaily atimmins ebset the bay, boats with pleasure I'erties mating ik ooais wiia "'"'- of the term tt this lovely Sabbath si . f.u .v;". their swarthy ana row most rernoon : tahinc stiffs with their swarthy half naked carsmen. Beyond and across the gulf the graceful contour of Vesuvius is oadined against the light Woe sty clouds are hovering about its crest, for the sky is not quite oleir ; and upon the summit rests another deed, fan like in its sh...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 August 1871

IfUe Would' J;wew nil but cbeck tho speaker, W oen lie tpoili a neighbor'! fame . w oi l but help the erring, r wc n tier words cf blame, r we wmll, how many mizht we '' wu fr tn paths o sin and Ehama I . lUi. w ji'ia thit utfsht be itghttd. i wald but see Uie way ! Ah ' tLepamith&t might be brightened. Every nt ur and every day . i tre wuiill tut hear the pleadings 1 (ha ht ar s that axtrav. Lei us ttep outside the strong !M oionrtelfithne&iand pride. "t us lift our fantlng brothers Let us strengthen ere we ehlae Let ui ere we blame the fallen. Hold a light to cheer and guide. Ah' b'twlleived ah! bow blessed Earth would be if we would try Thus to aid and ilbtihe weaktr, Tnm tn check aeb brother's slgb ; Timi t ) walk In datys pathway 1 o our tatter lu" on b!h. Io each life, however lowly. There are toe is of mighty coed ; Mill, w shrink Jrom souls appealing Withatimld. 14 If we would;" : nt tiui, mho judgethall thlnja, K now the truth Is, If wo would. OIe us back, the Talli...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 August 1871

0. J. BENEDICT. Editor. -7,ll5 WEEKI.T TREK PRES. I, p0Ml4 .very Friday ? , THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION CoIliSCt:,Barll..S-n.- TCStf.- Tno Hollars u Year la Advance. iBtimrK mass centaia. eI"I"- '. VVr; ., Market Reports : New 1 ork Cattl. ket; St. Albans Botr Market JttT tides - An""4"1; WnialeuiaYAl.BASlxrall4lTrArr2. It Is Jiuirn-Br ppr t. tu. rt of a. scantry. Address U cruets to .thin THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATIO.-l. Ecrlisstob, Vr. NOTICE TO M-lt-CRlItER'"-a.V,pers will be jroraptlr di-eon-tinued lit the expiration of the lime paid for, and therefore. subscribers iVitap their Paper continued without interruption, should renew "r ;u ,ip.i.... at Irato,.e week before their paid term cloe. Every subscriber U lnnvrm.4 tion tiplw, .very week. ' V" W"1 In" Lii name. . By, ,ou KBd ord to bars yor P"" ... x,-,-- a-t aj veil m the cue J Bitter, but always to Tax Fkfk Pars. Associanox. c puWk debt wm red-oed almost wiu aWfoas of dollars ($?.700,000) in July. How fast would the debt be dimin...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 August 1871

nmu NCTQ.v AXM Yiri.vm-. Ietcorolojical Itecord. han-I'M . Elevation above tils cater .7 fret i abovo Lake Champlain 7T feat AU'.rse First Wsck ij7i. rKianoaiiEH. aaaq. 5 a.m ' P. Q P.lMmean', A.M. 2 P.M. Vr.M D l . i,; H ax N N 7 . 59 29.S7 N N cj : 7 2J8 W KW -i - :i MX SW bV -,i -i 67 29.2; SW NV .a 77 :o 29.45 N sw i I "I 6i 2963 SW SW Average temperature cf tbe Met, M erae temperature cfwix tuna 1870. N 1 N I SW 1 SW 3 NW 2 SW 7 SW 0 63. 85. 7u.4i Kicuaiosit IIiqii School. The fill term of ,? Ilichmonvt Higb and Graded Scbool eom on the last Wednesday iu August Mr. .1 l'oughty of the University of Vermont, will i 1 lie principal. He hal inarmed scocess aa a i -Vr of the largo village aehool Ust winter. .i. HM. xd BiTTtm Maeklt Tb offerings .' .I'tter and cheese were very light on Mod lay. ' us almut the tame as last two weeli OooJ u kt, 20 to 22:; chotee, 23 to 20c; farm dairy rh-cw, 7 to9; factory, lOto 101-2e; sage farm i . - v- Aeese, 10e. Sr. Albiss I1ltte Maekt Ang. 8. The...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 August 1871

PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1871 THE B UK Li I N GT O N , VT., FK-bK of Mr Itoeftoo. St Petmburg ciusrf. tal, it is quite aeenacn tr.t Loidon res a vart .;i't fastidious phosts that boVrai b nra. In the former tr r the .1 aw- wandering spirit would cod the i asty t.iio from Ruian tlp, for an ms enmng. . - - a . imTWtiir. Tt.c Favaaf aeewded to all hw eonJui.m for s left but dsjafur dij the nritit tuctumed his BrrKMntaMBts. Mid finally fled ! England, imx""" ,hat h' f', was utterly inoomratrUe with tbe Mu-ne oraniution of hk dwonljodiaJ fn-ivis an1 leaving 31. Zeon, as te bead of the ::mM, ntin' committee of amtB, to -um " character ae a ' ratter toor presttdigitatcur Bat osce lack in London, be lem lound the mnrkv air of the metropolis ewarmitif: wl" thtw ethereal agencies which play M mcor deao with w ranch f kill, carry him about the room on a level with the cornice, and etretch bun out Uke a rubber doll or compress his lodilv frame like an animated opt RU I'mnooDced an impo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 August 1871

rii' Talc of tt ok i,i . tli! tto.t tjta lti.4 A i r u to pa i ix i i j " i i.niwiicjiuJcT u, - : lie u.ckttd it up froji t Iji t,tiv' Ail quickly b.cX :a it ,i - 't .u..a i ewnc t hsudmc upy- h laae I ul I it iia-l fa:r' hoiiwi a pise?. Ala f -it we! 'Twasa sai mistake Which La In bis haste tint d-t dH nuke F )-, to 1 1 more to hi- b'ttereap, lie t u-n tiat be bit p used ltWTun;eidna, T!i.--e"- no crcr. s iirat some jtia," i ! M '-s -a", In aj.cilar vetr H ftrra.';o1 it eu .or tkii aonT, A- iicvfcrkcfireo u.o gHeaHmgh. )"!. ; ' j Uij waj :.f; TiTCCtlto adi, W L- n iVa the HrreaRnLt rather bad, itii n.h I'tean take hie ton IT with rase, ilt jUi -uii'l c his heal tsae.z. -1 let h If e rcle 4 straight lice fflHt, Tn'T. ca fcn?lid's p an mukts a elrel caipWt; r mm a Imo horiaonia' let &othar lino lassie, Pr- iiu e two sides cf f calene tri Angle -Let a lias make two angle i with an upright line. Then describe with your eompaes a eirei la Hue 't'fiocc 0,mres made with mathematical c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 August 1871

C. X "thu veekw free press tiaasi Two Dollar- ai"' Adianc .... V-i toriaii, eaolte emi" ence. E-.toniu, R-rt ; Ke Tors l Cambridge and Boston Stoct ana uw" lianasT payer tntMl part of tae toidiac matter country. Adto"il TOEE PRESS ASSOCIATION IlOUItTM. MIT1CE TO kCHSCRlBEKS. a.11 I' per will be v.romiitlv -ticued at the piraion of the time aiil for, and therefore, subscriber w" h. their Taper continued .boo Interruption, should renew their -ub option at .cast one eeL before their paid term closes. t on expires, every wi wee, '-y h lug tii9 aara.. When J on seafl wonl t dress changed, alwas i bare your poaMBoe ad e tbe poat-ufce to which J uor paper has beea sent . as well aa the one you wisb it seat to. . . Letter. m bairns sko-ala "-wi to tL. r'dilor. but always to The Yuri Passs AMMianoi. af A-any. tlc German deni The New York. unites, at last, in cratic per in tiit penCTai denoncattian ui iuc w.; King The (' .ntroll.r's July statement " v,aTm..re tl.au .t c uU stand. In an -d"-'-...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 August 1871

tf! 'LINOTONAXD VICIMTr. lJeteoroIosical Record. ;a T Lo3Z-, : Elevation above tide V' Tfcct'- arjcveLsksChaaplain277reet Z, rt Second Week 1571. T B f RM OX ETE E- BAROg. WIMPS. O a.k p.m. 9 p m. (men; 7 a.m.5p.m. P.M , i " 29.31 SW SW SW 7 t(j. t .I3 MV NIV NV 1 , l i t.i 2.t MV N HK 0 , l o 29.5 M3 W SW 0 , i I il" 29 69 N N I , 5 t i -W.73 NE MV NW I 1 03 29 C MV MV SW 4 rae temperature of the week, CC. , -nue timieratute bfuxe time 1370, 72,61. l lUvrx Camp Meeting. This annul 'ttngi to commence on Tureday tho22J . on the ground owceJ by the Association, 4 . iharteiei for the purpose, between New : ,.,n anJ RrGokswlle stations, anl will ccn i uie wek. The ground comprieing a : i if abide oTerten acres, Kith an excel Lt ; j: has ja6t been graded and laid out -ret;?, anl enclosed by a high fence, with . Some permanent building e are already 1 The grove adjoin the raUroai, acd a i ins bn built at the spot, where traini luring the meeting. Special tickets for the arc sold at all st...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 August 1871

-The l.e.sls.r "' life,', wood-eulpsltr.ll A : e W w Mr. Har.in. P te i . as n e 5 dt.th r.k. snd t Tin .... ;-arwini'hhi" lln. Hi. Hue ueserai " Fr w leather " 11, lea Mol.as,ar.,her sall. "uStfimuu jis.liiee..l. .. .! jt a ' " bi.l,-i.ts . .alerjourlas 'a ,. w Tbe,e .u'il anil, " w1'' seilr ?i..?ll.r ii lron IKsAthen O.o-1 to- Urfl aid miuIa N.,w I'ar.ln roves aseltar J ' Tut, e tavY; "' i . UDU2 ll-r,n e ipl an Aedla ci m , jiirihsvins: then the IrAhiteot lf K.a(inffllQ.cordwn blsthroat, lleTeep Itstlil.ara ehuwsfBll wri. Thai mao-was-onoe a leAther t't:ri. When Baeehas' leasts csme dal j" round . Athenian ,.easentB heat tlio E"l ; , And da-ced and leapt, tow--,, their toi , Mid leather hottlee smeared with oil . trom whteh they Hid, with ?im And L.llni. HUed with ""JJl.-if ' An! setlsey owned and .-'ourf. Their treat-erarid-sire-the leather pour- The toper li.ves te sit aid swill Of trine, or -TO, tr heer. his III And, as hedoth hat little eat. It .eive. h:m both lor dr anneal ....

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 August 1871

From Harper's Wceily. Ill I''XBlll f.r KLk. rhu fl"wtaj: "baa-ora-as verses are, w. believe, j . t'.fi trim from : . r .tf i . j- ' - . i. al Jawi .1 s a' -1 o. ... j' ' - a was to th Mart vi I. .a. OTaorssoris;ltarti lew. And Mayor Hiii bad called Ii u uat ". qaalu'es -n-.-r liat as Ntn'li moved forward then, lie rti 1 aot lead tbe eulii-nn, ror ilu'd been eonpelled to leire tint men Tlia;'s waat tbey locked go solemn Tor. ' r.a, cot asothcr Erie Tote, Apnjiatmert uf a lover, nor He'd o.e to . top bis Jersey boat By order of tne Uovxrr But harlns n - w Ui-ira--h rolllnz drums Their voioe he join them speedUy Refleetmr deeplv ai he comes L'pua the RiutT treed -fly. Nn Sairr me man mtre he vote, No coat, whleh -aa impraperer ; Thermomater at IH iie'd lelt than at the opera. No matter bow, tie lino was dressed Jastopnoalte tne armory, (Chile close upon the soldiers pressed Of rioters a " iwamery." These bore a seowUac aspect, which No L-radoa rovs oc nary l.ne . And now Fl aaw three t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 August 1871

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Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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