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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 September 1841

NOT THE GLORY OP C JB S A K BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. IBIWMMMHWMWijW -liri-fckuwMiiiwc'i! ii:iJ-M1 H1--1 ' fun f". n-H- "'i , . B. STACY. BURLINGTON, V RMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1841. VOL. XV.. ..No. 1G. MOlMli'd KSSKMJK OK I. IKK. A Valuable Medicine, which, if rightly applied, will be the nteansof savins; thou-nnds fnm an untimely grave, tt has been mil ami n-ed for thirty year?, with great success, and found very ciRcncion- in the following di-ca-e-', vi. Consii.nptmr, Whooping4 Couch COUI" moil Cough, Cu'd , ihftienll Breathing, Influenza, Quinsy, Atlinia, Plilhi.io, Spitting of DhioJ, Flalu lenoy, Indigestion, Loo-enc. nf the Dowel., Fits of rverv UiihI, Cramp-, Rickets, Colic, Catarrh, Dy-en-tarv, Fainling, Hypochondriac A leelinn-, Hoajiohe-, K,I;ncnt Stomach, Mea-le-s ft preventive ofCon- "agious di-ea-e-, Oonl and Rbcuniati-iii. ICPTheahove Mc heme is prepared by Henry Sey tnojr.oflladley, Ma-v.from the Original llecipc, ly thethrectinn ol-aid Moore, and ill l y hiniandth...

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. — 24 September 1841

mm yffigaaa ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT WES TERN. Tlio Great Western slcnm-sliip, Capt. lloskcn, iirrived nt Now York on Thursday evening, bringing London papers down to the 31st ult.. having loft Uiistol on the 1st inst., making the passage in 15 days and 3 hours Thu Great Western made her outward passage in twelve days and ton hours, having nrrived nt King's-road, llristol, nt 5 o'clock in the morning of tho -'Oili ult. Tho intelligence she brings of tho over throw of tho Wlii Ministry, was anticipated as inevitable. The majority of 91 in favor of the turios, makes them all powerful. Thcro was much difference of opinion with regard to tho authenticity of tho China uows which was brought to Now York by tho Akbar, and which was of n later dato than had been received in London. It had, how ever, ail effect on the tea market, causing prices to fall. Tho arrival of tho overland mail from India, was tidily expected. Although there had been some rain since our last advices, the weather, on the ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 September 1841

Correspondence or the Vrcc Press. New Yoiik, Sept. 18, 1811. Hut litllo lias boon talked or thought of in our Metropolis for tho past week except the Hstounding events which have taken place at Washington. Tho unexpected cotirsu of President Tyler, wilh its disastrous conse quences to tho Whig party and to tho coun try, creates hut ono feeling here that of deep indignation at this insult to the major ity of tho People. You will have seen that Mr. Wehstcr still remains at his post as Secretary of State : this must be n matter DciinrcTtvr. Kinis at the IIav ov Cn.ur.tm. Tho l'icton Mechanic and Karmcr of the Sih instant, mentions on tho authority of a passenger in tho Uni corn, who came on board tho Unicorn steamer nt Guspc, that tho whole extent of tho forest along the Hay of Chalcur was on fire that a ureal portion of the new town of Hathurst was burnt down, and that four or five of Mr. Cunard's vessels weio burnt on the stocks. Adccrtietr. Extensive Kunosnv. We learn from tho New O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 September 1841

"He touched hi harp, an J nations heard, entranced.'' the di:partt.d child. "Ofsuih if f'lc.i return qflf-anu." It was n hippy huh-bind, ami Ac the only Girl A lovely child' I with sunny lotUs, thnt hung in many ncutli The dark, full eve the lustrous smile the fair soul- beaming; brow, In their unsullied innoeerce,are hi i;ht before nie now! I seemed again to hear her oicc in pratt'e, mild and sweet, Or m the olcimi, whispered tone, its htlle piayer rrpcit J Jtut jromey her hands vv cro clapcd beside a inothir's Mice, And Heaven accepted tlnxctncck words" (lod lies a MtiUU.e me" To dny, (all what to us may not a single rtry icvcnl?) That voire is Mill thoc lip's ale closed by dcavh's unchanging si al, Khe lives ns in a d.eiiiiilcM sh'cp j but none her rift may lueak. Till th' archangel's tiumpct shall the comities dead uvvakr ! Bleep on, fnir clay ! we know the soul that made thy features lu ijilit Is livinp vit, though far above the reach of mortal siglll That Hi. who Messed the li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 October 1841

NOT TUB GLORY OF C 3 S A It BUT TUB WELFARE OF BOMB. BY' II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1841. ' V0jNo.7. 7T jmj...ulJXL.Ll -1X1 l.L3E!qMr.fan ll " ' T. . i 7.7 l u I -ill' . L I ' E mi. imi. m I ..... IJ ."J J miJlill 1 1 1 L'l- n . m I IfULFJ1 .1 I II " " Mil ! I I " i. .. . ,., , MOOIiL'S KSSI.NCI" OK 1.11-1; A ah,nl,lc .Medicine, which, if rightly applied, will bu the means of saving thou-and- fmin nn untimely grave. (I has heen sold and n-ed fur thirty years, with great micces-, and found very clhciicious 111 the following vli-ea-es, viz. Consn.nptlnn, Whooping Cough-, coin inoit Com?!!", Co'd-, difficult Breathing, lnllueiiz.i, Qniny, A-thma, Plillii-ie, Spitting of Mood, FI.iiii Im. ludieu-tion. Loo-cnc-s of the Bowel-, Fit. of everv tar; Mil' .ngtousdi-ea-c-, (lontaiul Rheumati-ni, ncy, liidigu-tion, L.oo-enc oi me nowei-, rnoi rerv kind, Cramp-, Rickets, Colic, Catarrh, Dy-eii-ry,' Fainting, llypoehnndriiic A lection-, Headache-, ckne.sal Siomich, Mea-...

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

ADDRESS Uftlit Wills mcm!crN of Congress lfltuotcoilc orthc United Slates. VisLt.ow Citizens '--Tho Hxtra &'csio!i of Congress has, at longth, boon brought to a close The incident -vliich belonj to the history of thi session, and especially thoao which have marker, its termination, .aro of a nature to jiakc m strong an impression upon tho country, anil to excite co much intctest in the future action nnd relation of tho whig party, that tho Whig llcprcHCntatives in both Houses of Congress have thought it their duty, buforo separating, to address thojr constituents with a brief cxpoR.tion of tho circumstanced in which they conceive liictneolvcsto bo placed by the events which I:avo recently transpired. 7'lns session of Congress was called tte al most tho lirbt measure of that illustrious and lamented citizen whose claction to the 1'rcsi- tlcncy was no less significant of tho general sen tirnent of consideration of tho acto of the pre ccdiiiii Admin, stralion. than it was oxfiresid...

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

THE BANKItUl'T liiLL. Tho Whigs Imvo claimed that llicv tu tho liberal party in tlicso United States- liberal, as bcill" frionils of noliticul frnmliim o I friends of the people, friends of humanity j and they have maintained that tho Locofoco party, with all their professions of democra cy, aro enemies of liberty, and the people inasmuch as they aro under tho guidance of those who seek to govern, only that they may enjoy tho power and emoluments of office 1 In evidence of these positions, wo have been accustomed to refer to tho ctusli ing measures of Jackson and Van lluren, on the one hand ; their removal of the deposits, nnd the consequent panics, buukruptcies, and disasters; to the crudsadc against credit und credit institutions, and the miseries that re sulted from it ; to tho experiments in curron 'cy, which have broken the trade of this vast Country into fragments, and left it like n wreck, amid the agitations of a raging surf; and finally to tho Sub Treasury an incubus upon t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 October 1841

www "Ho touched his harp, and nations heard, entranced.'' A MOTHPR'S THOUGHTS AMIDST HER CH1LDRI.N. sr mr. ciunLEs TiK'trtr. rr-1...,. r. Whom we have reared, walciied, blessed, too much adored 1" mn. tir.MAss. Ve are around inn still, A 1 right, unbtokon hand ! your voices fill Tim summer nirwith gladness yet 1 know That Kate's eold shadows are Jirottnd us falling, That with its thousand tongues tho world it calling. Urging you forth and yo must go I Ye- will i'cpirt with glee From the fair bowers where ye have wandered free A snrinir's rcioieum birds! vc will not rat Pad looks ntidlins'-iing on your childhood's dwelling, Whilst Hope of other, brighter realms, i telling! Vc will not sorrow for tho past Vp will po boldlr forth. With your heart's treasure, gems of pricelcs worth, To barter for the hi)llownes, the strife. Of human crowds s ah, fond ones I little knnwmg How ill your cherished drunn, so rich, so glowing, .Suit the realities of life I Ve will not learn to prize The holy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 October 1841

MOT TUB GLORY O r OfflSAK, DDT TUB WELFARE OP ToM E. BY H. B. STACY. . B U R LJ N g VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1841. VOL. XV....N". 18. nVtOOHE'-j iS.SK.NUU OK LIFE. A Valuable 1HL Medicine, which, if rightly applied, will bo the trramoi saving tliousamis irum an unumciy grave. It has been soldaud used for thirty year, wiihgrc.it nieces?, and found very cihcacious m 111c iuiiowm ttl.cnusi. vis. Consii.nnl'ion. Whooping Coughs, coin inoh Cough., Cobb, diflicnll Hie.tthlng, Inlliicnzu, Quinsy, Asthma, Phthisic, Spitting uf Blood, Flatu lency, Indigestion, Looseness of the Bowel-, Fitsof every kind, Cramp, Kickets, lone, oauirru, iiysen Inry,' Fainting, Hypochtiudriae Allecitons, Headaches, GjeUnessai oioiuacn, .'icasics, h prcvcinivu oi vuh-togioudi-eases, Gout and Hhciitiiati-tii, C3Thealjovc Medicine i prepared by Ifenry Soy tyOint Of Hadley, Mas from the Original Recipe, ly hi direction of .--aid Moore, and e,ld l.y him and the jtrmcipal Druggistsin the IInitcdStnio. Sold wholesal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 October 1841

V FROM SOUTH AMERICA. Tim New Orleans Reo, translates the following news from South ltncrlcn, from Havana papers received there: Vciizuulu, lug. 10, 18-11. Sonor Don Lino do Poiubn, Envoy Ex traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from the Republic of New Giunada to that of Vnnsueln, had nrrivud unci bocn duly ro cogriized. New Grtr.NAtn. The insurrections in the southard part of inn linpuunc situ continue, ami have occa sioned much consternation anion" the inhab itants. The Commander in Chief of tlio third division, informs tho Secretary of War that tho mlamous robbers in the vicinity of Popnvan, have committed tho most at- trocious depredations ou tho persons nnd proporty of the people, and though thoy have been routed and driven beyond the Paramo, tho desolation nnd destruction thv have cau sed are almost irrcparablo. Tho pcoplo of l opnyiin were m complete despair, and un dor apprehensions uf fresh revolts. The Governor of tin: province of Ncvia, states to the Secretary of War,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 October 1841

Pi Mrs-rnntous Oeot ni!t:cr.. Tliu I'ills Intrg Cliroiiielu status tlinl :i valunliln rar rlagi! worth proli.tbly flvuorsix liinidn'il dol lars, was, three or lour days since, discov ered anions tliu buslius near tlio r.inn of n Mr. IlurnsiJo, silltatrd srvrinl miles out on tlio liiuwucsvillu road. It was entirely i'iiip ty ; tliuru vvtio no horses attached to it or found in tho vicinity, and nothing was seen which might load In the discovery of who was its owner, when it was left, or under what circumstances, except the 11.11110 of the manufacturer, which wo did no t learn, and tho placu where it was manufactured, Rich mond, Va. The desertion of a valuable piece of properly in tho midst of a peaceful community, without apparent cause, lends lo the suspicion that there has been foul play used with the owner, whoever he may have boon. The horses being gone tends to con firm this suspicion. I'roiinttio National Intelligencer. o i' riUA 1,. to Tin: uon, u iiohiiii:. Acting I'oil Muter ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 October 1841

"He touched Ins harp,. m.l nationihcaid, entranced." From the Hoston Times. THE WIDOW'S UEl'LY. Tito following beautiful lines were sent to tlio Editor from Portsmouth, N. II. hy a friend who vviitcs tu us from that pleasant town, that they vvcru taken from thu Post Office at a Fair hold there last wee!;. Tho "r.un" authoress it seems is unknown. Oh, let mo weir the fable dress, Tlie widow's euif ami Ve.l, No orange wreath my heart can bless No lover's lendei tale. Then ask me not again to wed. Am Iher uamo to hear, The one J hoirowid fiom the dead I evetmore would wear. I do not dealt jour worth, year ttuth, 1 uo nol doubt your love, Mm 1 rave my heart to han in youth, And he uorc that heart abate. 'Tis true that sorrow hath passed by, Nor left to view a tidcc, She hath not kmmed my Inleoye, Nil chaiimlleJ o'er my luce. Dark o'ei my path the lovtd to roam, With liet pule sister, care, Within my heart she made her home, And lift hcrfojlpiinis thete. 'Tis true my lionnii lonely now, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 October 1841

RIUJ'KK'd ESSENCE Or LIFE. A Vnli.nl.lc ..-. .wodicme, vvhich, il rightly npi.liitl. will be the .laioiiM lir cnni.1,1 il.t... ...... l. . I I.. .. . . . . -'"i iin'ii-nuii- iiuiii iiu iiu.iiiit.y grave. It has H-en M.KI ami used for thirty ye-nrs, vvtthgrcal ......I. , mm jtjuiiii very e-lliciu-ious ... luc IOIIOVVII1 discuses, viz. Comm..., lion, Whooping Cough-, com iiivin uuik, w. ii-, uiiiiciiii iM-e'atiimir, iiiiiucnzn (juinsy, AMlima, l'hihi.ic, Spilt. ug of lllocxl. I'l.iln. 3cney, Indigc-tion, Loo-oness of the Hovvel-, Filsof vvcry ..urn, erainp", liici.ct", lelie, Catarrh, Dy-cn- wji tum.iii,, uj I'uuui.i.ur.au .-vucciiiJii-, ucaiiaclie" 'Sicknessat Stomach, Mea-lc", a preventive of Con !inglou disease". Gout and Khfumniisiii. ii i i "uuiiuvc .ucjieinc is prcpurc.i iiv ncnry Sey mour, of Hadloy, iln.froin the Original Recipe, by r--TSll ........ VI.. 1. . . i i . .. t.iuuv.i.iivui m sim .tuii.K', nnu sow iy nun und ll.u principal iiruggisisin the L niledSlutc. Sold wholc-i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 October 1841

TRIAL OF ALEXANDER McLEOD. Coca or Ovca avb Teomiskh, ) lit Utica, Oct. I, 1911. 5 Bt-fbre Jitilcs Guidim, of the Circuit Oeutt, anil Judijoj VtT, Kiudail, anil Josbj, of the County Court. The Cotnt mot at 9 o'clock, and the Cotin cl on both sides declared themselves ready to proceed in the trial. The Jury was em patincllud and sworn, few who wero called being challenged or sot aside. Willis Hall, Esq., Attorney General, opened the caso on tho part of the people as follows: Qjntlemen of the Jury I stand beforo yon in obe dience to the law and in the nmo of tho people of the State of Nov York, to make pood before jro i the clmijo of murder ajinlnst Alexander .Mcl.eod, tho prisoner t the bar. Tho grand inquest under the so Umuitr of their oaths, havo denounced tlie pn.oner at the bar as cut ty of tho blackest in the catalogue of crimes, and it now devolves on mo lo place before you the evidence of hi guilt. (Gentlemen or tho Jury, it cannot be disguised that tin' trial has produced an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 October 1841

cars llicnco takoii to Lanrairic, and from tlioro by steam boat to Montreal, wlicro lie w as lodged In prison. Ho remained tlioro n fortnight save ono day, living upon bread and miter. Saturday previous to Ills release lie was visited and questioned in relation to his parentage, Stc. (He was born in Peters burg, a few miles east of Troy, N, Y.) Mr. Grogan states that ono of tlio persons who had him in charge from the Hay to Montreal, was connected with the gnngthat auested him, and that ho was dressed in the garb, (as wero others of his keepers,) worn by the British Soldiers. British Titoors in Canada. The United Service Journal states that the Hritisli Troops tationcd in Canada on the let of Sept. last, lire as follows : 1st rrjj't Dragoon Guards ; 7th Hussars ; 2d battalion Grenadier Guards; 2d battalion Coldstream Guartls ; 2d battallion 1st Foot; 14th, 2.'3d, 32, 43d, 50th, 01th, 07th, GSth. 70th. 71st. 74tli, 83d, 85th, 89ib, and 03d regiments Infantry and the Royal Cana da Rif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 October 1841

" "He touched hia hnrp, nud nations heard, entranced." Messrs. Firth and Hall, Nuw York, havu just published the following sung, tho music by Henry Russell, by whom it was recently sung at his concerts in that city The words are copied from that admirable monthly, "Graham's Magazine," to which thny were contributed by tho author. The publishers have embellished tito music with an appropriate and highly ornamented frontispiece. VH WERE HOYS TOGETHER. E10. P. M1HKIJ. I. "Vc were loy together, And never fan forget The school-house near the lien titer, In cluldhoo I where we met : Nor the green homo, to memory Jcar, lis sorrows and its joys, 'Which ealled the 'ratiicnt smile or tear When you ami I were hoys. It. Wc were youth? together, And ensiles huilt in air ; Your heal I was like a (lather, While mine was d.nti'd with care. To you came wealth with matihoo i's prime. To tnc it hrnuidit alloys Ne'er imagined in ihe primrose timo When jou audi werebo)s 111. "We're old men together , Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 October 1841

rt t t mot t nc fJJy F 0IIIIIIIIII W r A n " r n o r.i g. BV If. fl. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22.V8U. 314 lM,ei l 1031 iHl Of i.U'i,. A VhIiMIiIc Medicine, winch, if rightly applied, will to the uieansuf saving thuii-and- from an untimely grate. It has I ecu sold and u-cd fur ihirly years, vv'iihgrcal micce.', aiul founJ very ctliracicus m Ir.u lullovving dica.-o, viz. Coii'i.iiptinii, Whooping Coush, com mon Cough, Co'd-, difficult Hrculum.'. Influenza, Quin.y, A-lhina, Phlhiie, Spitting of Mood, Flatu lency, Indigo-lion, Lonenes of the Hovvel, Kit of every kin 1, Cramp, Hickcl, Colic, Calnrrli, llyscn :tarv,' Fainting, Hypochondriac Allertion, lleada'ches, 'Sickness at Stomach, Me'a-lo, a preventive ofCou 'tagioiisdNe.ve, Gout and Rhe,tmalim. TZJ l lie ntinve .tie iicinuis prepare.! iy nenry scy Vnour, of Hadloy, Mas, from the Original lieeipe, by tnc uiroe'iiou 01 sum .uuoie', ami hu uim mm mv principal Druggistsut the UnitedSiaics. Sold wholcsule and retail, l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 October 1841

i.ixJisi.AiiutE or VKiimoKfT BENATE. TncnsnAY.Oct. 14, 1SI1. The Senate was tailed to order by tho Secretary ahin theScnatora answered la their names respect-' voly, wero r.uahned irnd look their (cms, and ihe flcnato was organized by Ihe election of lion. ItoRAcr. Eaton, President fto tent. De Witt U. I'laiiub, Secletaty. F.dwajOA. Stanhoi'bv, Assistant See. Kev. CiiAtLE? R. HAnniss, Chaplain. 'Cantassini; Committee on the part qttht Smalt i Messrs. Woostcr, Cark, Swill, Crawford, I)af.a, Untch, Eaton of Washington ro., I'lrtchcr, Aiken, Sabiii, Sovvles, llcmenway, I'iak nnd Itowo. Tho Secretary win directed to inform tho House of tho omaniatiou of tlio Senate. On motion of Mr. Woosler, tho rules of tho Senalo for the last yuar wero adopted, for tho time being, as the rules of the present sewn. (solutions lly Mr. Dillingham, providing that both Houses meet in tho Representatives' hall at 3 o'clock tW afternoon, to hear the report of the Can vassing I'otnniillco adopted j bv Mr. Woo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 October 1841

.! .. i r1.b!.lMnn nt I it fia i trnil tnr nt tniitttfV flf (IPcllTiO it. At JUS OtTUOn oonrrrcnumi um-u nines we vcnr-r-ui iiiioiuiP " .- , fct-. ,j'i , tester, and in midsummer. Seldom decs nny per- Such Icltcrs s hould contain only, am rt ate .solely o ,in contribute inoro limn one dollar each time t hut tho two-thirds: of the. people hardly offer more than fif ty cents each, and several offer not even so much. The pastor who has thus excluded from his church tho selling of pews and all compulsory dues and stipends and who has thrown himself during Vhcse eleven years upon thefiec will donations of the fnitliful finds himself well and cotnfortahly supported so well that lie was enabled to purchase, with his savings on tlio Iturlmgton mission the heaulifnl lot upon which the church is limit for six hundred nnd fifty dollars and to contribute also from his savings one thousnnd dollars for erecting the edifice, lie liassooctcd from the firm conviction that whn'evrr savings the pnest ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 October 1841

IIo touched his Iiarpj ami tmiontf linnl, entranced." POEM BY JOHN Q. ADAMS. Correspondence of the Albitny livening Journal, Washington1, Aug. Jl loll. John (Juiiscv Adams h onu of tlio intel loctuiil proiliyius wlioso cliiiractcrs ilUtingiiisli truj ol'tinn.'. An linmlroil yuars bunco 1 doubt whether the ;lnioiir.m nuunls will show moro tlitin two initwn Ihnjumin Franklin $ ati.l Georrc. Washington brighter than thnt of John Quiiicy Adams. Mr. Adams is now 74 years old. But years havo uintlo no impression upon Ilia in tellect. That is still fresh and vigorous. He ii, us has been so frfti'ieiitlv stated, always in his sual ; always watching tlio course of business, and nlwavs rciidy to shed light upon tlio question before tho (louse. The lion. Mr. Morgan, whoso scat is next to that of Mr. Adams, has obtained for mo, with permission to publish in tlio Jour nal, a copy of the I'oeni which I enclose. It was written in July, 1810, under theso circumstance!. Gen. Ogle informed Mr. Adams ...

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