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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 9 May 1843

, ' ' . 1 l Mll, By A, G, Chad)vick. St, Jolmsbury, Vt May 9, 1843. Vol. 6. No. 41, Wholc No. 301 TERM3 OF THE CALEDONIAN; published vvcokly at $2,00) por unnum.or $1,50 jfpaid vvithin six months. No papcr discontinucd ttntil arroarages aro pnid ox ccptat tho optlonof tho publishfcr. Advcrtiaombnts insortod at tho customnry prioes. Truasie nt ndvortiaemonta to bo paid for in advanco. The Farmer, Cultore of thk Pea. Thia valuablo crop lias been unusnally productive tho past year, and will to a conBiderablo cxtcntsupply tho placo of tho corn crop, which in many parla of tho" country has proved a partial failuro. Thia illustratos tho old ro mark Ihat com and poaa rarely suocoed woll in tho jsamesoason. Tho author oftho "British Husband rj," rcmarks that "fow things can bo moro uncertain than iho produco oftho grain, which seoms entiroly Jcpcndant upon circumstances rogarding tho Btnto of tho ntmosphcro at tho timo of blossoming, and with iho prcciao naturo ofvvhich wo aro unacquainted....

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 9 May 1843

T tt E CALEDON 1 A N subjccl to a prcmalurc and violcnt dcalh. I spenlc ndvUodly whon I nflirin tlint tltia ia n common plnr.o occuircnco in tho opcrntion of tho alnvo trado, and I wns upon inquiry, cicdibly informed, thut such hnd boon tho caso with mnny of tho motliorB to wliom I rofer. Tlio prnctloo tben, ofimmolnting infuntB, is comrnon in WoFtorriAfiica. Not by tho nborigincs.for tboy regnrd tho prnclico na unnnturul nnd' cracl in tho oxtremor-not npon tho shriuo of ti blindnnd Bupersti tioua idolntry, for tho idolntrous creed of tho African hns ne'vcr roachod thia elimux of nbsurdity nnd wlclc odncssV "ft is dono by whito mon tho nominnl rop resentativcs of Chrlstianity ; and thut puroly to grntiry nn insatiablo avarico." JV. Y. Obs. Guhoon' it will bo Becn from our monthly Conoort intolliganco, is tho placo which Mr Wilson and lils as sociutcs, inisstonarios oftho Amcricnn Bonrd and for mcrly locatcd at Cnpo Pulmns, hnvo fixcd upou for thoir new stntion. Dofuro tho light of t...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 9 May 1843

THE CALEJDON1AN pREADFUL ACCIDENT EXPLOSION OFTIIE BOILEBOP THE STEAMER IIARRY OFTIIE WEST. Vo havo boen favorcd with th'o rollowing extract cf a lettcr from q passongor on board oftho Hnrry 0f,hoWeat,datcd Louis VIL.1.K, April 23d, 1843. "Ontbe 19 inst. tho stcamcr Harry of tlio Weat, 0n her way from New Orloans to St. Louis, having ,,ippcd lorty corda orwood ntn point forty miles ba 0lV Mempliis on tho Mlsaissippi Rivor, waa nbout Icaving tho banlt, when two Huos of tho sooond lar- board boiler collapscd. Ono of tho fircmcn, who stood direcfly in front oftho boilor, wasthrown over board and doubtlcss instantly Uillcd. Anothor waa foond dcad on tlio forccastlo dcolt. Sovoral oftho hands, inclading tho two cooks, aro misalng, beaidcs jomo oftho declc paaaengcrs. Anothor had his jaw broken in two placcs. Anotlidr vras " badly bruiscd and injurcd internally by Btcam. A dock paaaonger with twelvo hundrcd dollara in gold, in a bult ronnd (jjjpcrson, jumpod ovorboard and was drowned a lo...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 9 May 1843

m'.aiirt,'itis T H E C ALED'O N' 1?. A; Wl Poelry. T II E P ASSIN G-B E L L. TWO VOICKH. " , FinsT VOICE. Solcmn nnd iwaet is tho pnssing-buil, Ab itbooma on tho evcning alr, Echoing afar o'or lilll nnddoll Liko thodrcad hovvl of dcspnir. second voicn. O plcasant to mo ia tho passing-boll Ab it comos to tho listoning car In gontlo murmure thnt ooom to toll Of roliof from a world of foar. rmsT VOICE. It seomcth tospoak of Hopo betraycd, And to sport on tho howling blnst Lilco llio liollovv forms of tho tronblcd dcad As thoy glido througli llio miat of tho past. SECOND VOICE. It whiapera of IIopo vvhcn our path looks darlt, Liko tho notca of tho fog-boll givon Wlicn tosacd on tho otorm is our fragilo bnrk, It guidcs to n pcaceful liaven. FinsT VOICE. O'or tho trcmhling chord'of tho blooding hoart It bringcth a hnrrowiug tlirill, And cauaing tho strongcst norvcs to stnrt, Liko tho rush of tho wintry chill. SEOOND VOICE. To tho vvoary spiritit brcnthcs rcposo, And cnlma to a poacoful sl...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 16 May 1843

By A. G. Chadwick. St. Joliiisbury, Vt. May 1G, 1843. Vol. G. No, 42, Whole No. 30$. TERM3 OF TIIE CALEDONIAN. Published wookly nt $2,00 por nnnum, or $1,50 jfpaid witliin six montha. No paper discontinuod until arrcarogos nro paid ox ccptiittlio option of tlio publishcr. Advcrt'womonta insortod ut tho customary pricoa. Transicnt ndvortisomonta to bo pnid for in advanco. Thc Framcr. CU1UOUS METHOD OF PLANTING COIIN. Mr John W. Svveet, of Tyrmgham, Berkshire Co., inrorms ua tliat ho plants hia corn, in thp following manner, nnd baarealized 110 bushcla of uhellcd corn to tho acio. Ho sproads what manuro ho intgnds Tor tho fiold on thc surfaco of tho green svvord; then ho plougha tho land into ridgca about S foct apart in tho full cach riclgo or row being mado of two back- furrowa tarncd upon a narrow strip of sword which 19 not dis ftarbcd. In tho spring ho rolls and harrows theso rldgea, and on tho top of ooch ridgo, 12 or 14 inchea apart, ho planta his hilla of corn, 3 or 4 kernels ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 16 May 1843

C A L E i) ONlAN rr H E was snvcd from a brokcn heart nnd carly gravo, np parontly by n mirnclo; but thoso wlio rcad inoro closo y tho liumnn bouI will attributo Iicr rccovcry to tbo Bympathy ofher frionds nnd tbo consolulions of roli- gion. T'or a groat clmngo bad como ovcr Iicr. Slio was no inoro tbo Lucy of otbcr days. Mccuor niid kinclcr, nnd" thereforo bcttor und nioro bountirul, slio shed around hor an influcnco lilco that wbicb tlio dcvvs of hcavenimpnrt to tbo panling cartb. To tbo poor flho-was tbo kindest of benefactrosaos, and to thoso in niisfortune tho swootOBt of Bympathisors, for thc hadfclt sorrow henclf. All lovod hcr.ns tboy would bavo lovod an angol, sent dovvn on cartb to do good. When about cigbtoon montbs aftor tho futal intor viow with hor lovor, Lucy hoard of his rnnrringo to an Engiish lady of rnnk.whoso fathor was tbo British onvoy at St Petorsburgh, tbo poor girl badto conquor the last lingoring hopo orrcconcilintion.if indced sucb a tbouglit lurked in hor...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 16 May 1843

T H E C AL ON1A ari nvomying ovcr thlrty-tliroo millions tliroo litin $tcil nnd tliirty-six thousand dollnra por nnnum. Tlio ijliilitic oftlio Trcnaury on tho fourth of.Mrch 1841, 0, ccrlificil by tho Rcgiator of tlio Tronsnry, woro C35 527,322 20, to pay wliicli thoro was on limicJ on l 602,055 Sl ; lonving ns nn incumbrunoo to tlio .hoj nnn nnex nr. .. . . . i Vlii" tongrosa ioi,uuu,Ma tu; u huiii grontor iunn tho wliolo umount oftho roceipta Into tlio TronHury, ftom fivaryfiourco, during tlio two yoars tlio Whiga wero in possosaion oftlio lcgislntivo powor Witli tborcsoiirces of tho country tliua morrgnged, tho Wlii?s sut tliomsolvuB to work to introduco cconoiny into tlio publio nfTairs, nnd to roduco tho publio ex pcnditurt's toauoli a sum nsshould bo Bu(Ticiont for thejust wants oftho country, and n prudont nnd ro publican ndininistrntion of tho govurnmont. In thoso eflbrts, so far from being nided by tho Executivo.thoy wcro mct by enlnrgcd catlrantos from tlio Dcpart mcntc. n...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 16 May 1843

n i THE CALEDONIA. Poctry. THE MOTHERTO HEIt CII1LD. Gono -gono so oar'y gono ? Snatched from my bosdm, inthy infant Lloom. Liko tho oponing roso, that is cut down Ero yot its first prerfumo Scontod tho Summor air lilto blush ofovcn Fnding away and molting into Hoavon. Thoso rosy lips of thino! I soo tliom part, aa on thy mothor's broast Thou bronth'st bo awoet thy warm cliook prcssing Whilo sinking calin to rcst, inino, Thino infant prayar "Fathor, who artin Hoavon! Thy kingdom como oh, bQmy8insforgivon.,, 27ii sins, my child ? No utain Ilnth ovorsoilcd bo puro a spirit's ehrino; No sin upon thy spotlcss hoart hath lain That noods forgivcncas thino llath bocn an hour of innoconco, and gnilo A strangor to that charub brow and smilo. Thou art but aummoned homo! And Angels callthoo novv, tobearthoo baclc; "Thy gcntlo spirit wo rcceivo; swcct child, como, Seo! on cur hoinoward track Colostial oncs nro singing. Soo! ncar tho throno Tho sainted spiritu welcomc theo, Loved ono." Ilark! Th...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 23 May 1843

By A. G. Chadwick. St, Jolmsbury, Yt, May 23, 1843, Vol, G. No, 43. Wholc No. 303. Misccllaneous. ww s w jsr s se, as s DV MU8. CAHOLINE LEE HENTZ. Aulioress of thc Mob Cap, Elc Elc Miss PliilHa Mannora wna tlio maidon sistor ofMr JilannerB, nnd tho fcmnlo guardian nnd govcrnosa of his two motliorloaa daughtora, Lolia and Eltnirn Ono ovening, Miss Mannora cntcrcd tho npartmontof licrneicos, with a dccidcd air of voxation and angor. 'How provolting!' aho cxclaimod, 'how unfortu nnte! Tho most mortifying circutnstanco ia tho world.' 'Wlrnt isit, Aunt Phillia?' nskcd Lolia, sympn thizingly. 'Aunt Phillia ngain!' ropcatcd tho lady. Willyou never lenrn to call mo Couain PliilHa? I havo told you ahundrcd times, I disliko tlmt formnl, old fasli ioned title.' 'Forgivo mo dcar aunt. Woll, I cannot holp nd dressing you. ao I havo ahvaya callod thinga by thoir figlit narncs, nnd as you aro my aunt, not tny cousin, I can't soo tho sin of giving out tho titlo nnturo do- sinatca. You knovv I havn...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 23 May 1843

T H 13 CAL 1 A N . HlTMWWri II 1 ' W,I M"""11" rr"' 'l'Tvf UJ JUii TIWWn'BOIaiMjW TOKKff cvil thonghta of tliiu nlght. 1 Imvo Imlcd my Aunt, dcspiscd my Fathor nnd aistor, nnd tr'uimphod in my ovrn conscinus Biiporiority. Pcrhnps iH hnd displny cd moro mooknnss, hor Htubborn will inight Imvo yioldcd. Cncle Cloments looka likon Christinn. IIo lms tho cvnngnlicnl countonnnno of Aunt Lydin, licr mild, bonignnnt emilo. No hittorncsB dwolls in his hcnrt. I will try nnd bnniih it fiom mino.' Wlion Elmirn ontorcd tho npiirtmunt, nccompnnied by hor Aunt, wlio nlwuys roinuincd nwhilo in hernei cco riiom, bofijro rotiring to hur tfwn, Loliu'a bond roetcd plnc'idly on tho pillow, nnd her oyolids wcro gontly closnd. Aunt PhiUis hcld tho pundlo ovcr hcr to oco if hIio wns ronlly nlenp Ilcr chceka wcro flushcd, nnd, tho moisturo yct glittcrcd on hor oyo lidr. but horsoft regulnr bronthing, indicntcd tlio poiicorulnoss nnd dopth oriier slumbors. Young oyo lids, stcuped in tenrs, closo lienvilyin e...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 23 May 1843

H E C ALfiDONUK pRE-EMPTION ILLUSTRATED. ,r0l,ahly twcnty millionapf ncros of tho public j3 oftlio U. Slatoa orcourao tho most choicio ntid lunblo nro now occupicd or clnimcd,' witliout ,cup:,noy 'y i,ort,on9 vv'10 iavo novor pn'd on cp C for thoin, ljt w!io havo oitlior 8quuttod 'upon hem cntirely upon tlicir own motion, or lmvo mnrkcd felv trocs nnd pcrhnps burnt n pilo of brush in or jcrto cstabliah n. cluim. Thoso men orton vnluo jeir cluims' n thousnnd to fivo thousnnd dollura .1..... I..,..a nn tlfit.l lRDt 1 1 r'l tlioagn l,,uJf lulT r"" ov iku uum ihercVor, but morcly cut oil' uuch tiinbor ns thoy . f,t. Thoy tnenn to pny tho Govcrnmont tho loffcatprico ($1 25 pcr ncro) whon thoygotready, udIcss foino graduntion or ccssion act of Congrcss ihall mcantiino rcleaao thom from nll obligation to do ,o. All tlio whilo thia land U supposcd by tho peo ic to bo for salo, nnd is freoly offorcd to whoovor will Py '"r 'l l'10 Govom'nont but wliocver darcs to buy it will lmvo a bullet thr...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 23 May 1843

THE CALED 1 A Moral and Rcligious, CrA friond of ouraroqucata us topublish tho fol lowing, from tho Alnbnma Bnptist: L O N G PRAYER S. Tho rcmnrk of Whitcfiold to n brotlior who hnd niado n vory long prayor wns, Brotlior, you prnycd mo into n good frumc, mtd you prnycd iuo ont of it ngain. Oflon do wo think ofthis romnrk, vvhon listonlng to tho prolongod nnd wcorisomo supplicntioni of aomo chriatian brotlior, who rnngofl ovor tho univorBO, in quost ofmatorialB with which to oko out liis pctitionB. Rognrdlesa oftho propiotlca ortimo nnd plncoho who 1b in tho hnbit of mnking long prayors, will invnrinbly trnvcl over his ground; ho hns n certnin nmount or timo to filll up, nnd woo bo to him if ho abntoa ono socond from tho quantum t. It would bo nn otnis sion nt whjch ho would blush; asin, ovor whlch lio would mourn. lio tnsks himsolf to dolo out tho ro quisito nunibor of implorationa, oxclnmations, &c. nnd ho would fcol himsolf to bo nn unprofitnblo sorvont, ifho shonld fail to po...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 30 May 1843

' "T , . . . ' " - ' ' ' ' - "id n jljj mm By A, G. Cliadwick. St, Jolinsbury, Vt, May 30, 1843. Vol. C, No, 44. Wliolc No. 304. ,1111 nmui-LUJj u iiiiiii iiii iwtii-i iii iii riimii.in nmuiimniwwitMiBBwj Misccllancoiis. SSE SB W 2 S?T 3 S 23 BY MRB, CA.IIOI4INE I.KE HENTZ. Autkoress of the Jtfob Cap, Elc Elc Concludcd. Tho cntranco of Mr Bnnks iind histull son crcatcd a rcat Bcnsntion. Aunt Pliillis eprnng to arrnngo his cnsliions.nnd mado every ono movofrom thcir pluces, to ivc him tho bcst seat by tho firo, and tho iriust lu.turious clmir. IIo presented n most imposing fpcctncle, in liis morning costumo.wrnpped in n wad Jud rol)e do clmmbro ofsilvor grcy, I'med with scar lct, n turbnn of ycllow silk, white fur moccnains, nnd gtovcs ufsimilar innloriuls, Ho noddcd familinrly to all.ns lio sank down into his cusliionn in a truo oricn lal stylo, winkod nt Miss Phillis, chucked Lelia under tho cliin , nnd Blupped Chiirlee on tho shoulder.whoso gravitygnvo placo to ilhsuppressed mirth...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 30 May 1843

T II E CALEDONIA Thc FarinciN ICP When corn U l 00 por buahol, pork nnd bofjf 4?8 por 100 Ibs., nnd vvool wurtli $1 pcr lli.,thon U is, thut ovcn nogligont nnd iinakillful fiirmhig can hardly blundor into lo?s nnd ruin ; but wlien compoll tion ia ficroo, pricoa nlmoat to tlio lovvoit ondurnblo point, thon it U thnt nll chisscs nocd nll llio light of hnnwledgo nnd oxpericnno which, tho pnBt.hns dovol opcd thon it is tlmt notbing ahort of tlio pcrfoction of nrl, nidcd by acienco, nnd pr.icliccd with tbo grout ust liumnn prudcnco nnd sngncily, cnn cnsuro succcss nnd prolit. Now tbon, if ovor, is tlio linio when our fnnnors uhould bo wido owuko to nsccrtuin tlio truo principles of iiSriculturulimprovemcnt;tho very best methoda ofpructico; tlioc.xnct oxtont to wbicli Inbor anvirig niachinea nmy bo introducdd into llicir bXiBincas; thu piinciplea ofronovnting nnd cnrlcliing tbcir soils; tlio exnct nnturo nnd oconomy of-mincrnl niniiurcs; , tlio meunsof making tlio nppropriuto ndaptntlon o...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 30 May 1843

Letter writera frotn Washington Btato that Mr ,egaro vvill bo permnnent Secrctary of Stnto. Mr 1'nzowoll, of Virginia, vvill Iiavo tho offico, proforma oflcred him, but will notaccept. Mr Cush'ng is in Virginia, with Secrctary Upshur, who is nt his own jjouse, in that Stato. It is said tlmt tho Frcnch miion wHI be ofiered tho lattcr. I do not think ho wonld talio it. Ho has tnkcn u grcut dcal of prido irt his dopartment, nnd will probably rctain it. Mr Cush ing will spend somo months on the Contincnt of Eu fopo nnd in Englnud, prior to taking bis post at Can inn. Tho Sccretary of tho'l'reasury will tako caro of aflaira horo, during tho Fresidentul trip to Mnssachu sctts, via New York. What was that which used to be said of "travolling cnbinets" in John Q,uincy Ad amfl'stirno? Boston JMqs Yucatnn Bcfeal of the Mexican Jlrmy. Advi ces havo been received nt New Orleans from SiBal to tlm 2d instant, which mcntion tho surrcnder of the Mexican nrmy at Merida. Tho Mexican forco, con eiitin...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 30 May 1843

i?in ,n ii'fiir - --afciiuri T H E CALEDONUH. Cnnoludod froni lnt pago My forluno!' reponlud Mr linnk, forluno enough. Own' this lot und fnrrn plonty for tno all tho rest . u fulso rcport. No tn.ittcr tliought l'd liy rny 'frieads. mako n frollo .of it -No Imnn dono no sliumo licre,' iitriking hia linnd ori liis oxpnnsivo chost. . 'iUut yourctirringo?'gnspcd Aunt Philli. Borrowed ' 'Your fino clothcn?' All borrawcd hoy.' Aunt Phillia stnrlcd up on hcr'fout, quivoring with poaslon. You wrctoh you monater.'sho excluimcd you docoiver you juck-dnw iu poncock's plutnos! flMl prosocutu you for uti inipoatcr. IMI hnvo you put in u pcnitentinry aot in tlio pillory trnnsportcd to Botuny Uny. To entrup, this vilo wuy, my un uuspecting innocontco'To luro 1110 on tlio brink of mntri. mony to mako mo tlio laughing stock of tlio vvltolo 'worldl Ur.clo Bnnka put hia handa in ItU pockcts mid bo gan ono of his silcnt lutighs. To think'ormy waiting upon you ap if you wcro 'tlio grand Sultun, Iwiiscir...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 6 June 1843

ou inftr U. tt..,. , Bv A, (r. Ghadrvick. St. JolinsliiiLy, Yt. Junc 6r 1&43, ol. 6. 8b. 45. Whole Sb. 305. TEaaia oftiie: caledonian, pabliahed weokly at.$2,00 pen annnm, oc $1,50, S paiil within six months. So paper drscontinued untirarrcnragea aro paidex---ptattho option of tho pubirahcn Advertisomonts inserted atr tho1 cnatomary priccs.. Tjjuuioat.idvertiaomonta to bepaidforiaadvanco Tlic Earmcr, rn pROTECT ER.UIT FROM LATE SPRING FROS-TS; j fricnd Jlnjor Rufiv who is a virtnoso, lately aformcd mo that raonyycarsago hosawitstatcdhTa rnch papor, that hy throwing-tE hempenropo over So top of a treo, when- inr bloom,. or ncar tho- timo' of looinmgand by letting-tho lower cnd tonch tho' jroond, tho treo will thaa. be protectEd fxonr thein laence of tho frost. Thia T thonght qniio rational ad philosophic; l nccordingiy experimented Tb irove morc fdllytho modns- opcrandi, F took two1 lis'neshalf fiiled with vvator, and'aetlhom afew feet iistant, ondertho treo, on-the,nightof att e...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 6 June 1843

T H E CALEDONIA'. n. itmiiVi'''A -wiirMiWMrwiicarwaeinin uiition, novor spoaking unlees ppoken to, but busily ' plying hor necdlo. Nor did eho bocomo nwnro of Iho naturoofhcr fcelings for llurcourt until tlio in croascd particulnrity of his nttontions lo Clarn, nwnk oncd hcr to tlio fuct tlmt bIio loved liim. Tlion slw Brovo ngainstJior pnasior.s; but nlns! itluid bocumoso intorwoven with hergontlo henrt tlmt only dcnth could romovc it. Clara had long dcsircd to beconio Iho wife of Charlos Ilarcourt, for his otanding in aoc'mty was high, und his fortuno nlmost that ofa inillionairo She had onrly soen that ho wnvcrod botwcen her cousin and horself, nnd nll hcr arta had becn exorted to win tho prize. Sho, theVuforo nssunied fcolmgs eho did not cntertnin, na in tlio conversation wo hnvo just recordcd ; nnd nt lcngth, by such duplicity, uni ted to hcr cxlraordinary and striking bnauty, sho snc cocdod so fnr na to regard hnr ultimato triumph cer tain. Tho consciousncss of ihis cnused tho...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 6 June 1843

T H-fi Ctl-E D O Nl'AN. Old Watcr Arnniy AMcihUob.! Tlie soIdicrB of tlio St, Johnsbury Plain Cold Wn tir Army nro lioreby notified nnd wnrncd to moct on ihe 17th day of Juno inst. at ono o'clock P. M. nt the inecting Iioubo on tho Plain for inspcction and ro tievv, prepnratory to tho guncral mustcr on tbo 4th of jnly next. , COLD WATEIl ARMY. SoUiors It will bo aixty eiglit yenrs on tlio 17th day of this month, (and tliut will bo a wcclc from nMtSaturduy,) sinco tho Battlo of Bunker's Uill. rctiiaps you may hnvo hcnid your parents or grand rmrcnts tcll nbout this bntilo, or you may hnve road nboutit in your histories: nnd porhnpa you mny havo hcard of thc grcnt monutnont which has been crcctcd $n tho spot Bothotpeoploa grcat many yenre hero tfiermay know whoro tho battlo oecurred.whcn thoy rcad nbout itin histories. I will tell you something about tbla battlo. Sixty ciglit years ngo, this country was under the govern ,nent ofthe English, and thoy appointed our rulcrs and they tried...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 6 June 1843

T H E CALED O N 1 A N ; ; . r--- - : u,- Moral and Migious, D1V1NKGUIUAKCE. It is ono of tlio charnctoristics oftruo pioty to bo oftcn Bookjng dircction frotn nbovo. David snys.'For thy nnmo.'B enlio, Icnd mo, nnd. guido mo.' And in eumming up his thoughtsTind cxcrciscs in tlio closn of tho 73d Psa'lrn, ho lulls hiatroublcd spirit into trnn quility by tho hope, Tlipu wilt guido mo by thy counaol.i nnd nftorvvnrda rocoivo mo to glory.' Thcro ia Homothing very swcot in thnt plar.c wherohorccallB his sliophorcl dnys.nnd compnres tho Lord to tho shep licrd, and himsolfto thofceblo, dependnntlnmb.going jiist whoro he js.led, nnd nlwnys finding pasturo. Tho Lord ismy shapherd, I Blinll not wnnt; In piiRturcs oftendor hcrbngoho mukclh mo to rest; Along tho gcntly flowing watcr ho londoth mo. My lifo ho rostoroth, whcn drooping in tho heat; IIo lcadoth mo in thoright paths, For tho glory of his name. Morcovor though I wfilk through tho vallcy of tho dcath sluulo, I will not fpnr cvil, for t...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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