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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 February 1845

CONGRESSIONAL. Correspondence of tho Journal of Commerce ,'( Washington, Monday, Feb. 17lli. 1 now state from the best authority, that Air Calhoun will hnvo the option to remain in (lie State Department, but that it is doubtful whether ho will consent to remain. There remains no doubt that Col. V. O. Butler, of Ky., is to havo one of the Depart ments. He wa3 expressly invited to come hero, (or that purpose. Gen. Armstrong, of Tennessee, is also here, and is probably to have some place. Tho proapects of Annexation arc not un clouded. There arc two parties to the ques tion in the democratic ranks in the Senate tho Denton party and tho Calhoun nnrtv and nei ther wilt give way. Texas may be keptout ofi tile Union. for a year, by political factions, but she will, nevertheless, soon come in by accla- tnatidn. Moreover, all thoso who ojipose the weasure now, will be placed, by their course, I unuer mo oan oi ine ncpuuncan anu always "ascendant nartv. as thoso were who onnosed the late war....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 February 1845

( Concluded from first page.) than in Uie slave States; this nil men know frftm nlwp.rvdtion : what a little rellection would have enabled them, a priori, to have determined. Many ot tho more milium ana industrious slaves may bo employed by their duandam masters, whilst the idle and vi cious must suffer the consequences of their felly. Stealing will.'not increase, as some ' . . - I' !-t..1 fn . I ft . n n ...ill BrgUC, out ue uiniimsiicu, ivii wguuiivu itiii he more active and punishment more cer tain and severe. Let candidates bo started in all the counties in favor of a convention, and run airain and aaain, till victory shall perch on the standard of the free. Wheth er emancipation bo romoto or immediate, re gard must be had to the rigius 01 owners, the habits of the old, and the general good feeling of the people. To those who cry out forever what shall be done with the freed slaves, it will occur that upon this plan, no more will be left among us than we shall absolutely need, f...

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 March 1845

WIT1'1 ' --kSm')l$rW1; r- VERMONT PHEIIX. BY WM. E. ItYTHER. JBRATTLEBORO, Vt. MARCH 7, 1845. VOL. XL NO. 28. AH persons require Facts. licmember in all eases that you are not deceiv ed by things that appear to be factt. Lorraine's Pills. THESE Pills ore now acknowledged by thousands that use them daily, In be the only medicine thot fairly takes the Banner from all others. They cause no pain or unea siness of any kind in their operation, and re quire neither change of diet nor care of any kind. This medicine has actually done won ders. It has established a reputation unrivall ed, on its own merits, without being puffed up continually in the papers. ' The attention of the reader is respectfully called to the following highly respectable noti ces of this invaluable and incomparable medi cine and it will be seen its achievements ore most extraordinary, as daily experience speaks more and more remarkable cures, where other medicine had entirely failed of giving even re lief. Lnn, Dee. 1...

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 March 1845

BRATTfiEBORO, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 18..5)r Texas !ii the Ascendant. Tlie'lllll fur 'the annexation of Texas, and il ad mission. into tlie Union at a State, paiseii llic Sen ote on (lie night of the 5J7th ult., by a vote ol 27 to So. The fate of the bill had to long been trcm bling In the balance, depending upon a tingle vote, that the most painful and Intense anxiety was eve ry 'where felt In relation to it, by both friendi and Tots. Up to the hat moment the result was uncer tain, as the change or a single vote would have de leafed the mcaiure and saved the Constitution from s'd dreadful a blow. Tho gallant band of Wbigs who stood so nobly by the Union the Uniun as it it contesting every foot of ground inch by inch, with a strength and valor that made their blows felt upon' tho opposing force, deserve well ol their coun try. Three Whigs only voted fur the measure, Merrick of Maryland, Henderson of Mississippi, and Johnson of Louisiana. We give the bill, or resolutions rather, as passed ...

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 March 1845

IMPORTANT-! . Later from Washington. It Will be seen below Hint the bill for the Annex c lion bf Texas lias become the law of the land, it having been hurried through the House vi 111 an unseemly jiaslo, and without debate. It will bo seen, too, from the. nyes and noes, that the Whigs ol the House have washed their hands clean of this iniquity, only one Whig voting for the hill. Two Locos only voted against it. The Post'Oflice Reform Dill has also been enact ed, the Senate having concurred in the amend mcnls,t)f the House. It is to take eflect on the 1st ol July1 next. House. Friday Evening. The Commit tee, niter attempts to nnienil, $;., rose, nnd af ter some timo spent in trying to resist this ini quitous measure, the yeas and nay3 were final ly ordered, and tho amendment to the Resolu tion made by tho Senate, was agreed to by the following vote: Arns Messrs. Anderson, Arrington, Alkin wn, Havlv. Delser, Denton, Uidlnck, Edward J. Hlnck, James Black, James A. Black, Black well, Bo...

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 March 1845

? Farewell or the Parting. ' Farewell it is n solemn word, ' That epringeth (rotn the heart; 4 i Tis then the bosom chords are slirr'd, i! Vhen friend from Iriend docs part. '" Farewell I part for distant land, In other chmca to dwell; Dearest, now I clasp thy hand, Farewell, dear friend, farewell. ' Farewell I sad on the angry wave, Above tho briny deep, Down in tho sea I mny find my grave, And in the ocean sleep. ; ' Farewell I go o'er the pathless sea, Away to a foreign &horc; And perhaps I ne'er shall return to thee, Or behold thy smiles no more. But while away on tho boisterous tide, ' My thoughts will bo with thee; As I o'er the foaming billows ride, Still, still remember me. Bratlleboro, Marsh, 1845. W. H. 1' From the "Chronicle of the Seasons." Snow Storms. Tho snow storms of England arc seldom so dangerous, and, perhaps wo may say so nrnnd. as those ot mountainous countries, We are not, therefore, so forcibly impressed by those phenomena as Highlanders, and the inhabita...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 March 1845

VERMONT PHCEWI X tit-'r, , 1 K '-' ' - ' BRATTLEBORO, Vt. MARCH 14, 1845. .BY lW'M. K. RYTIIE VOL. XI. NO. 29. PRKSIBKNT POLK'S INAUGURAL ; ADDRESS. Tho following is the Address delivered James K, I'olk, President of the United States, on the occasion of his Inauguration, at Washington, on Tuesday oflast week. . Fellow Citizens : Without solicita tion 6u my part, I have been chosen by tho frc6 and voluntary suffrages of my country men to the most honorable and most respon sible office on earth. I am deeply impress ed with gratitude for tho confidence repos ed in me. Honored with this distinguished consideration at an earlier period of life than any of my predecessor?, I cannot dis guise the diffidence with which L am about lo enter on the discharge of my official duties. Jf the more nged and experienced men who have filled the office of President of the United States, ever in the infancy' of the Republic, distrusted their ability to dis charge the duties of that exalted station, wha...

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 March 1845

The iHaHguratiefi. Thc'fbllowing occount ofthe Inauguration nn lIio.4lli Instant, at Washington, is from.tl national Intelligencer: . "r 1 he city had been filling up for doyn, and even,rorveeks, in anlicipolion of the approach jng Inauguration, with strangers of every rank in me; nmi every variety 01 personal nppeo once. 1 no pumic note s nail heroine so nun-. crowded as to be comnclled to refuse new nn. plicanls, nml the privato boarding bouses were spceuny coming 11110 tlio samo condition. Hnlls nnd Darkrooms, clifnng rooms, nye, and dinlng lablesi might at Yifght be scdh covered with beds mid pallets, lor the ni'commodation ml such u3 could no longef gain admission into the over-crowded chambers. Country people from ine vjcimiy, on noreeoacK, nn luol oml in ve hicles of every variety, flocked in on Monday, besides loads ol pnssengers in every train of cars, regular and extra, dud every hncofhoats. Many strangers, ol noblo port and dignified appearance, wore irom time to time to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 March 1845

I JH LaJ1! tl iJlTWTlW Cdrfcspondcnco cf the, Express. Washington, Tuesday morning, March 4. President Tyler and liU family Icll the Whilb House last cvenincr. never to return. 1 naw Mrs Tyler on Sunday. Sho looked sweetly. I think she never looked more bcautilul. Sho lias certainly improved in her appearance sinco she was married. All seem interested in Mrs Tyler, who had though n short, yet brilliant career nl the White House, The last public appearance Bho mado was at Washington's birth night ball, the 22d, when she was very nay, and danced lour quadrilles, all (execptjone) At... i i t rv. i t - !...,;.,:.., 1 1 1 : f V. Willi niu nuuusui uepui iiuuiito, ui-tiiiiiiu in Judge Uibb, now upwards of 70, next the Sec retary of War, Mr Wilkins, next Mr Mason, and closing with the Post Master General. The station she is now to occupy is that of a iilnnii-r'-t wire, with but few neighbors and those very distant. It will bo diilerent from that to which sho has been accustomed. For the las...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 March 1845

leciV f lie Sexes. , Decay, in tlio male s,c")s. is much more rap id than in Iho female. In three years end ing "June 30, 1840, the total nuinher of ucatns among maics uiruiigiiuut. umhiuhu and Wales was 518,000, while thp deaths a mbng females wero only 499,058, giving the excess of male deaths in threo years, ol 18, 948, AAcr this statement, it canilol appear surprising that the number of females in any country should notably exceed the number of tiialcs. At the present time, in London, thersPitVe 99Q.000 females to 878,000 males, or an oxcess of 118,000 females. Coupled with this fact, and obviously depending on ttjj is the superior longevity of tho fpinalo 80S. There died throughout England nnd Wales, betweon first July, 1839, and 80th June, 1840, 4,247 females, aged 85 and up wards; whereas of the same ago there died only 3,054 gentlemen, leaving what is call ed, in the city n balance in favor of the old ladies of 1,293. Among the females who died, 71 had passed the age of 100,...

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 March 1845

VERMONT P II E M I X, I . .'1 BY WM. 13. RY Til 13 11. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. MARCH 21, 1845. YOL. XI. NO, so: t- : ).! WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS; 1 on INDIAN FtmGATIVEJ ' rjnOUGlH many medicines have been before the JL public fur a much longer perM than JVriqiit's Indian VjidfcTAni.fi 1'ir.LS, yt liono atsnds nowin higher repute, or has more rapidly attairicd n firm hold upon popular estimation. The thuusanda that liava used them throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, alt bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in tho most distressing disorders "which flesh is heir to," Tim theory of disease on which WnioiiT.Nl's diak Vegetable 1'h.ls nro founded, is this, viz: that there is only one primary cause of all the disorders that njjlitt the human family, and that is corrup. humors; or, In other tootds Impurity of Bloedl This principle is now so generally admitted, that it ftiay in fact bo said to be sustained by an universal ity of ...

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 March 1845

The Pdstngc Reform Bill. 1. After the 1st of July next, nil single Jet- inn under three numircu nwea, nnu urn gems r .fi l r?3.iu for over that distance. Double letters pay double price ; triple Jet tore, triple price, eic, CoHcrs wehzhlnrr Iras thnn hnlT nn ounce nrc to be accounted, single, nnd every additional holf 'ounce' is to bs charged single postage;. Drop letters pay two cent, nnd letters. mivertiSF-ea nro fiupny the col oT advertisements! . 3. 'Newspnpcrsol 1900 square Inches, or less ar.(rM nUtx tUtrlii ...IIa. llf 1lU ll nt .4 ltlii,'alt printed: for greater dWtnnces they ore subject .to.thc rafeof he law or I8U5 t and newspa - persxil greater s cd ijpon magii 3, Circular cents each, whatever dhUnnce they may ., vuij i.aijui , Wl lll iuiui., Ultll u...imiv, n. v jentrj p.in)phlelsj maga7.inc3, kc, pay lioqtintt' 'i. ' ' - IIIIIV 11 IlittM F't a'Aait cents per copy oi an ounce weigni, or letwT and one cent additional for each addition- b ounce, whatever he the distance; n...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 March 1845

Anti-Papal MovcwcHts m Germany. Wc sometime ago published a letter of Jo haunts Ilonge, a Catholic priest of Germniiyj who dendunced, in the most emphatic and elo quent language, the idolatry of the Catholic clergy In exhibiting to tho credulous multitudes the holv rrnrnientnf the Lord.' CDr.n HF.lLloB Rock,) accusing Bishop Jhfaldi of Frier, or desecrating Christianity by such ncspionoie mummcrv. Ho annealed to the unadulterated minds amongst his countrymen,-both Catholic and JJrotestanJ, to restst by all possible means, the halelul machinations ol tho Jesuits. This npponl of llonge, has kindled a most astonish ing feeling in Germany ; from all quarters, ad dresses and congratulations nour it) unon him. thanking him Tor having given utterance to tho feelings of hundreds or thousands of enlighten ed Christians. Subsequently, Ronge was ex communicated bv the I'ope of Rome; but this old tr.cK has lost Its terror, mm uonge is nai.eu, ..... . .. 1 . r V .II uirqunnoui ucrmaiiy, us u b'"...

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 March 1845

EtirarVaf a T.oHof fraa Car. Klaili ";' UUting Hie recent canvass for County Com nrns oners, uov. aiaoo, upon i.u ,.... nl nitnlimi nfn Inrrrn nnmhnr rtC the- Citizens uov. Slade. upon tno written V rVcrecnncs, addressed tlrem upon tlw sub- ern , rr. i, ,. , wet of Tenipernnce. For this, be was al "tacked-by a Writer in the Vcrgennes Ver- from the train by breaking tho connecting counterpart In body as well as mirid of the im jnon.er, ax degrading the dignity of his of- bar. The first car, every scat of which was re,k FualT- rI, b proprietor of iTce. li. li i ,.. uo lwuniiiu uiuiii ... q.ij.Huiu which werm lake tho following eloquent cx- ' .v,.The traffic in intoxicating liquors, has been, and is. one of the most prolific sources efvice. crime, misery, and ruin, in existence, -mh, tho record ol our criminal junspru- m;iice, our oiaiu pnsuii uhu uur iusuuu jiay. Jum, all bear witness to its ravages upon the uouies, esiaies, minus ami nearis 01 men. And whilo nil these appalling evils...

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 March 1845

VERMONT PHCBUriX "Hit '?0 j'-7'.ttSii BRATTLEBORO, Vt. MARCH 28, 1845. BY WM. E. KY THE B. VOL. XI. NO. 31. All persons require Facts. Remember in all cases that you are not deceit ed by thing) that appear to be facts. Lorraine's Pills. THESE Pills nro now acknowledged by thousands tlint use them daily, In be the only medicine that fairly takes the Banner from all others. They cause no pain or unea siness op any ktnd in their operation, and re quire neither change of diet nor core of nny kind. This medicine has actually done won ders. It has established a reputation unrivall ed, on its own merit?, without being pa (fed up continually in the papers. The attention of the reader is respectfully called to the following highly respectable noli- ccs of this invaluable and incomparable medi- . . . mi i .. . i. ..... cine ana n win uc seen us uuiiicvciuciiis uiu most extraordinary, us dnily experience speaks more and moro rcinarkahlo cures, where other medicine bad entirely Jailed of giving...

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 March 1845

. ii m 28 Days Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF"l'HE CAMBRIA, tlv this arrival we hrtve our full (lies of Lon don dnd Liverpool papers, to ihe evening of the 3d dnd the morning of the 4th inst, and nl- sojettera from otir Foreign Co-respondent. "There have been no very striking events to record since the last advices, but the session of Parliament, and the opening ol the financial atld political projects for the year, fill the pa pers with matter of much interest. We have given below an abstract of the new tariff pro position. The French Ministry were sustained upon the question of the secret service money, which was under discussion at the time of sailing of the Jast steamer, by a majority of 24. . There had becn.sevcral interesting debates in the British Parliament, to which we shall revert hereafter. On the night of the 3d insl., questions were asked' of Ministers in bull) branches, with reference to this country. In the House of Lords, Earl Clarendon asked of Lord Aberdeen some exp...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 March 1845

VERMONT PHCENIX, "' " 11 1 Oun AnvEnTHiso Coi.umns. Wo call tho atlcn- tion of our readers, imu particularly tliat or Country Healers, to our advertisements from the iercral marts of trado i N. York, Iloston, Worcester, and Hartford. Ono of tho firm of llallock, Mount & Hillings, went from this County, and was Tor a while, a resident of this village. From an intimate, acquaintance, wo can assuro thoio who trade at tiro great American metropolis, that they cannot do better than to call at No. 173 Pearl Street, where they will find goods cheap us tho cheapest, and the manner of dealing, honorable and satisfactory. It will bo seen that our old friend Edwin tl. Chase, son of Col. Paul Chaso, formerly of tho Stago House, iu this village, and now of Greenfield, Mass., lias opened a store in Boston. Tho business-like advertisements of Mackmtiro & Co., Boston, and ltardon, Brown & Co., Worcester, will doubtless receive tho attention of Merchants, as they deserve. Ktr.HK Road. We...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 March 1845

Sons. way down cast, where pumpkins grow, And tlie girls are fair and merry, Lives a lass as pure as tho mountain snow, ( yith lips Jike a bursting cherry, 'k .And oil When tlio moonbeams wake above, . And the (ox lias left his cover, She leaves her cot, like a timid dove, And flics to embrnco her lover. 'Noble and true Is her first love's choice, yVnd his heart ' tho throne of honor ; And her ear drinks music from his voice, '"Ash is gate is fixed upon her. " ' -And the evening breeze, and quivering leaf, l'jnd tho starry hosts of Heaven, Are witness all or her fond belief, As hisatdent vows are given. There 's not such another pair in Maine, As Ituth and her handsome Harry ;And she says, ere winter comes again He has promised her to marry. Yet she thinks that courtship's hours are sweet, ' And 'tis fine to have i lover, And she almost dreads when their hands must meet .And these charming scenes be over. Be at Home Nights. nv nuv. u. c. nunNAP. Wicked works are called works of dark...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 April 1845

VERMONT rnonNix. hnMh ' ? BY WBt. E. It YT HER ,Jj v.. . . J BRATTLEBORO, Vt. APRIL 4, 1845. VOL. XL NO. 32. STEPHEN W. MARSH, THE LOST FAWN. Tun rnmnvnt nf llin Cdnr.lnw.q from Mis sissippi to their new homes west ofitheTer- ritory oi Armnsas,' gnvo risc to numcium domcsllo disquietudes. Tho following is one among the many instances ' known to 'IIoladef. as. the writer was called by the I Indians. Th nrrnni7.ntinn of tlifi Choctaw Nation PIANO fORTE MAHUFACTURER, Partakes of ? military as well as civil cl.arac- No. 393 U aSrHHSrteH Street, the next grade maiors. and tho sub-chiefs . captains. i ne coptaius navo aistricis, anu JJOSTVJV. .he men. women and children nrc all regis- Messrs. WOODBURY & BURDITT, Braille- (erej bv thcir respective captains. Thus Three . ... v f . i r hii ... . i i. tlj.i . .1 IT- i I i.:.. . . i I it w"n uwiuwbi ucloro mo, I will stay, it i nnu any uciorc mc w ; a iu me icuer unit were sent uo,iic iru u VM,.a.0 rhad a field in excellent heart. o r.nnrn...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 April 1845

D a. -' "'' - - - -v Ml-,lf,, ,. ,f VM -...r,in.rj-i-iJiiiL--lJ-J.f-igw3'-Uiirilirnil 'r-i T-SvimE i i r1""1" 1 T' ' "'"li -infHiT itiijijaiiiilll ...i - - - i ..I.I...H ...... , . . , t n li...tl. t:ia II DOMESTIC ITEMS. Trial of Mr tfairchiltt. Judge NVashtern delivered his chargo to the jury on Satimny tnnrnlri(Ci occupying something over two hour. HedeHhed,lho.aw nnil ,rccapUiilateUhe..!yi;. denceiTmd enj.iiried tho Jury to discharge Ihelr duty feri'rtes'sly, without regardTo the'. poVtiffn of the ilefendnMinf fine hn.iu),'or nhy rrjudlro rcr.eivediout.of court, oi the oilier &tie.cjiarft.c whs scrupulously impartial, The jury retired nbout n quarter before eleven, and about six Hl clof K.'M.UliefrttWn'edfwitlf a Verdict 6VAot . .. ....... V .1. ..wiien ,ino vcrqiri mil ncen.renum'u,, iir naked il he hrni permission ruircmiu arose, niu ...J2-in..t. . .. . li . ....',.! t()'tspifak to trie court. wa4 hn'uwcrAf ihnt mi j i iiiiui rn uiiuti inn vufi iivi v iii 'iv i iiv.i he we...

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