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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 June 1837

HE1IX hi. BRATTLEBORQ, Vt. JUJE 27183 77 NO. 39. ,M!.he.l CTery Friday Morning, by ). B. RYTIIER. I.. . ru i. Stage iiomu. I t I umbers Two uoiiars a year. lieinliorcreiiBllieir paper, ul tlio office, re No runcr discontinued until nr. tf. x)r i . ,. i.ii .... La. rn.il mast be nost-pmd or llicy will noi K i i iifntion. a. H ......- .1 . . IillkimlsofJOll nii.iiin ncawy cecui. Irt autice 'i on loodcrulo term.. Cammoui fir iho I'l.-cnix. nr.PIiKCTlONS, , retire! 0 Vi""' from 0 rfdnff'rou fii'lf LrsrcW Mi tl when pale disease apcJ her own imprrss on mi lorro. -.kiirlittti: dim, dim hit sunken eyc, !HplliJ lrow, lli trnre of pain ,'lilt; ike lingering pulso scarce throbbed, ,rm MihhI swmed chilling In his veins, roslmost lifeless, he rrclincd. e bcrlie glow offerer pawed ,fjle e'iftk'i short liis respiring! came, iifiilly, hi quickened pulse lent higli, hut tluwl rtulicd wildly through each vein- enatclicd till ii"pe as almost gone, Ire lo tiuite, llial he might not be sad, Binding e'e...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 June 1837

- M-wwMMinMMWi''" " ' " " - 1 111 ' - m mm MW 1T "W "V I For ths Vrrmont Phoenix. Both Warner to the rootle of Vermont. lETTER V. Tho project of rising into power by tho help of "choice spirits, men above tho dull pursuits of civil life," justico compels mo to say, did not originate with Van Buren. His friend and patron, Anron Burr, was the first in this country to discover and duly appre ciate this clement of power. In tho days of that exceedingly subtle politician, this ele ment had not become sulficicntly developed and concentrated for successful experiment; and he therefore failed. But his pupil never lost sight of the grand idea. He called it, in his courtly,lutesiring dialect, tho"irrcprcssi ble energy"', and tho time in which ho has lived, together with tho chicanery and cor ruption ol a few political desperadoes, his associates, who, to the eternal discredit of n frco people he it spoken, obtained an un worthy influence in the state, have favored him much, in concentrating a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 June 1837

. i7,ofStato Banks already oxisitng, nna Lrf nmouni of paper issued by these very nnturo ln.k? .1.:. nnner must must bo limited rf fffi in its credit, and its circulation, i ' f I see nothing but a well conducted a B?nk whicT. is likely to afford any S Bgolnst excessive paper issues, or f".r7 A f.,rnUhn sound and uniform cur- Sto cv part of the United States. Sl":. nnt onlv a question of finance not T ,nccts the operations of the Treasury, riffi SihecWtor of a high polL . 1 1 tion It respects tho currency, tho icalrn on"v. he measure of value of all ,C1" rtv and all labor in tho United States. fS know any thing less consistent with lh ,,k duty and our high trust, nor any f r,n ?el Kly to disturb the harmonious l!nsoflho States, in all affairs of busi S and life than for Congress to abandon llare and control over the Currency, and . ifcnwr the whole money system or the ; into the. hands of lour and twenty State fslMures. torn the Boston Com. Gazette. ..,irnn Citizens declared Pirates...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 June 1837

1 I! From tlio Universalis! Union. A Fit A OMUNT. An old man was loaning upon Ins nnzinsr ttf tho st-nino- sun. as i( arnduully sunk behind tho western hills, tinging- tho barren rocks and loAy pines, with its soft ra diance, and reflecting with its lust expiring rays, tho beautiful colors ol the rainbow, up on a cluster of fleecy clouds that lay along tho edtro of tho horizon, picturing to tho im agination of the beholder, the. happy home of .departed spirits, his leeolo lonn was trem bling with ago; tho frost of eighty winters had silvered the dark locks that had shaded his youthful brow, and tho deep furrows in his pale check gave evidence that his life had been one of weary toil and heartfelt sor-sow- His oye, though dim, hespoko intclii. gence, nnd the calm and heavenly expression of his countenance told that he felt tho spirit of resignation to his Father's will. Ho was alone in a world that hardly knew him. He had been the honored sire of u numerous and promising family, and ...

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 July 1837

RM HEUriX !0h. HI- BRATTLEBORO, yt. JULY 7, 1837. NO. 44. fEBUlOlVT PIKENIX, I'ubllihed every Friday Morning, by WM. K. RYTIIEB. It S. i H'W't nuitding, nearly oppo!le Chase'i ,....... lti.ni... .r.. .,ihrriberi Two Dollari a vcnr L.nrTpi" w'"1 r'vo Uiolr p-ap'er ot the office, P.. 1 ... irr Nn naner dinconlinucd until nri PJ.jenr. ,w . fiflliA mililidltAF. B,irjgre pa . I . . . .. i OrJctiiy ma" "v i j !r-j All kind ' J"' ""' " - I I'Ti.ri not ce and on moueraie icrnia. For the Vermont I'hcrnix. THE HIKD OF SPUING. lU.lhtre, llirdof tho Spring, AnJ nhite wearied, juM awing 0 ihe branch uf the waring tree; I W listen hile fibula The ttear tone;of ihy note, ifr On ike tretie o'er ihe bright green lea. from the South thou hait romc, And we welcome ,nec home, Willi the freilincM that came with Ihe Spring; AnJ ttie f' a""1 fie,J To ihj songs ncwill jicld, And ihe 'r to thy miring wing. In the grorc thou cnn't rest, On the tree build thy nest, And the "Ms gently rock thy young; Ami no ha...

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 July 1837

JACK DOWNING'S rKOMIECY. Amongst the other prophecies, which wore made after the removal ol the Dcpos ites and tho commencement of General t" those of Major Downing ought not in these times to be' Wa therefore republish one of his characteristic letters, dated m 1833, n month or two after tho public m6ncy was ordered to be taken out of one pocket nnd ut into tkirtv or fortv pockets nil over the country. We can all see now, the truth of what the Major told tho General "we've got too many pockets for our money" and "when wc want it 1 don't sec how whs shall find it." Washington, 2th November, 1833. I have nlways been tellin tho Ginernl, as you know, that oftall troubles thero was tionc so tuff" to git round as money troubles, nnd when such matters git in n snarl it was worse than to tryin to straten amelitialine arier dinner. 1 was always afraid that wc was gittin too many folks to handlo the monoy, and to be figerin at tho 'counts. Ever since I was n boy I always had a no tion that t...

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 July 1837

exercise of the veto thd scorn and con- .t,n ndioilJ "oTthc (Republicans of Widham Conn r , , aiu the well known opposition nln.KCondcdby the Globe and rii.. .iinim rnunn. in inn 01 nit ' Kit rfstipr' , ... .lirn1u3 revenuo amortg l"lu"0nmn fests n desiro to retain the ?'U'LT 'in the control of the general Wot, tobe used for party purposes. fZT In the language of Daniel f hatalluaeWhissare-BuLL.oN. Itaer.l"311"" . 7...I oonon n( ll.nl , the usual acueim" , ...... t in 1,lv , .:.. l.itm fnr nnr nr. 1 ihev are lor n bjj.-.v - - -:- ' 3 a fnr sr-ccie as a part of the cir Sfrf J mnybe practicable and i''0"' . i fnr irivincr no value to .-.l IllfV ill' O O . m-relv as paper ; tnoy aunor paper rmr :.. :.,n,li.,.mab e naper -paper II i It to sy, ,P not be converted imo gum uu on- w II of the holder." i, That wo abhor the attempt of f ihe Van Buren party to min Sons of bunking an u other incor twl" :.i. n,nv no itics questions hrf - ;p That we nr utterly opposed to ,irrttpo"Me banking and o...

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 July 1837

t- Frdm tlic Bijilon Galaxy. TUB TWO WIVES. "Tho blast howla like, tho scream of n wild rroosc. ami tho feathers will soon fall in tho shapo of snow flakes," said Alonzo to afternoon, as we were standing by ' 01 a ei wnrm hrmvn hnnrt m. "Jro von iuu icum us one the corner sleigh bells and W Moffat's Life Pills AND PHOENIX EITTERS. of tho street, and dreaming your house,' continued, he, "tho storm wilt You have heard of my Maria a paragon of women, the best of wives Allont I You cl.nll son how she will rccieve her husband's fVinml ' AI6n70 had mentioned his wife to mo before, and although thcro was nothing particularly enorncincr in the description, yet one that you often hear of, you feel some curiosity to see. i - t i . i . . i : ...t. : t. m. jlS we nieu uiwurus mu luuiuimi iviuun m; friend rented, wo met our mutual friend Hog get. Ho too had a wife, and straightway, when we had passed, did Alonzo lall to conv nibucrntinp- the fate of his friend Dairnct. "A wife ho has, indeed," s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 July 1837

i. p mm : JULY 21, 1837. I I L.!.!.... Mnpntn.. l. IpubliilieiJ ercry ",uv '" lllill'iBciiHine. nearly opposite Cham SdiM Houe. I .i.M .nlKcritxri Two. TJoltoni ' jer, I ir ICP " paper awewmnucu unui or I " pM, except nt the opt Ion ertbe publi.her. ten by mail ""o pot-pid or they will not allcatiort. ,,. .,. I llndu of JO" ' 1 ",u """J execut ( .-.I nn, mm rnil irfffll. lortooliceanu v - For thn Vermont Phoenix. TO MY COUSIN MA11Y. it f l.ai iliw. Mary. I leem that thou an lair, In it.irit pure "ether. Tht ilepl'lut Ljlellmftf tlijr tirtue., I iJDcakof llieoNi kind, LirM' l"oJ,,l;" t I JtllaMKV m 1117 uuiiu. . I . M I Raltiitoehaiiu f.irac, Lj iirrt I, rich norJi of kindne lUre min;W round thy name; Pie imifclliaUpeaki tlijr gladiieM, Tie niwic of tli word reectcr much, 1 fancy, I Than ion; of woodland birdi . Ijctiniheelotely.Mary, Kiln brow lorp.iMing fair, kmlrjifofbratciily lirijhtne-r . . . Not dim u by grief or care. k'orloml lion thy rpirit. Toihani 11T brow ilitine, llndrar...

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 July 1837

THE OHIO WHIG STATE CONVEN TION. Ono thousand Delegates, from nil partsof the State of Ohio, assembled in uonvonuon nt Columbus upon tlio Fourth of July. The objects of the meeting was for.tho.purposu of consulting: upon such measures as might bo ar!iiucive;iVtho geneirtl welfare of the country, and a more efficient organization oPthVWhig' prtrty'ofnho Stnto. " Colonel Jumes Kllbourn was chosen President oftho Convention, assisted by fourteen Vice-Presidents and three Secretaries'. Tlid follow ing resolutions, nntong others, wero adopted by the meeting. They nro of the right spirit, nnd afford the strongest assurance Mifitlhe Whigs of the United States will a bide thd decision of n National Convention. "Tho Whigs of the Union, nnd the union of the Whigs," is tho banner under which wo rally. The following are tho closing Ttjfcorrimendntidris of the Report of one of the Committees, Which were unanimously adopted ; N. Y. Express. 1. A Convention, from all tho States of this" Union, of ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 July 1837

: ,i ..nrfts our entires dpprobatiQnJjbf the ! leSS-laudably pnt Forth injX lei 'f Your words ar " am in. favor off a it nzulaltd credit system, and opposecFta I hmetical scheme of an exclusive mital rrtnev Preserve and regulate, but not ffi'S fealurc tettcee"' despotism and lib- "' these high and patriotic views wo urtilv concur, and assure you that wb bo Mem to he the sent.menls of the great : !. rrrdii svsicm ts me aistin- irtritv of uepiioiiKHii iiy, uuu wu "J . if. l..r in vnn our unanimous sun. a lli tho prPcr e0118 ''7 ' tllith these principles, the Legislature of ;.,iltnnrrti3 wilh the nublicalioii .r the above letter, is tiiR opp-inrnpee of a 01 ' ....... .n..n. llii llitnnflwrl n.ltth- PropCCtU3 annum"."- I Lent of a new paper nt Washington, tp ' called the Mad.sonmn. This paper.n cars i 10 advocate doctrines in nccbrd apf ihe general views contained in J Tallin adge's Letter a ud with the letter if tk Seven Hundred. The New York lsxpress, anuuing to me above letter, says ...

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 July 1837

THE SLAVERY QUESTION. TiiU Misses GftiMKB from South Caroli na, delivered addresses buforo the Boston Fe-ntnle.Ahti-Slavery Society, on Monday afler n56ni Tho younger sister commenced, and spokd about an hour, presenting to her audi orteo the topics which usually form tho hnsis of anti-slavery addresses, ancf handling and.dis cussihg'them with' far moro than tho average tibility of abolition orators. Slavery in all jls" relations moral, social, political and religious wasconimented upon with radical and .stern severity imd tho fair lecturer shewed neither quarter to the system, nor mercy to its suppor ters. Slill she did not bestow a title of her in dignation upon tho South. Tho Northern press and tho Northern pulpitNorthern rep resentatives, Northern merchants, and the Northern people, came in for her most bitter reproach and most pointed sarcasm. She commenced by suspending,- from tho front of tho nulnit. a sheet containing cuts. representing tho slave-market in the District of uo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 August 1837

VERMONT PHfflJIIX. BRATTLEBORO, Yt. AUGUST 4, 1S37. NO. 48. PiHweaj - - E. BTTHBR. .... I f?kaM 1 IIU' Blld," J w 0lI, . ... il-ir traDers at the office. iP"t jjo paper diicootinued until ar- P ' Irtcrpl t tbe option of the nobli.ner. ,tinr" mil-iTIf: nntlrexeait- 01 JU" . and on moderate ienn. Fr ibe Vermont Pbornix. THE BIRDS. . irhi dwell e on the eartb. M., deatiaatioo wellt (fortnw-" li... th ili.tajit inoomr oeill lark?""' J"" - " . ,i wuh t 'P 's'"'y lMrJ fi.,ijw,tal,,B,.,,rfTt j I v..... t from nature'a lipiot heard t,,'Ml re : . cornea Itaraiaj I""" Juur ,on' M" ,. u,. lie face of men, nor ting """ . ..i I t rlir tk rr hraru ana uiew i oeir it. n ; , i ltti.t tr own eiHteoce on the winy r.ir hi;b Him ye lore moat dear, ..mklidailj throne; je lote . . first anrela chant abore. rjinfUOK"-" a Cacatti d T roam tne aeioa ana m8uuc, ,vthm-" Willi the wlitude. V. ixi aid jrattfol children of the ahade- Lut voor fealhrtT roU je mar conceal X ben; of 1 nijber oriler leel. , . I I.. ...

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 August 1837

of of From tlio New York Journal of Comtncrca. THE GOVERNMENT AND THE CURRENCY. The other dny wo were nsked by the Washinnton Globe to state "whnt was the agency which the government had in bring lfig about the present disastrous state ihinrrs?" When Qenoral Jackson catne into powor, tho financial condition of the country was extremely prosperous. Thero was neither an excess or deficiency of credit. Exchang cs between dillcrent parts of the country were carried on with great inciiity, and th rewards of industry were sure. Commerce and manufactures, agriculture and tho arts, were all proceeding on a sale and substantia basis. Thero was neither a rag for specu lation, nor a paralysis. When Genera Jackson retired from office, tho whole fac of things was chanced. The finances the country wero in a state of utter confu sion. Ji.xchnn'res could scarcely be neco ciated at any prico. All the necessaries, and even the luxuries of life, were held at exor bitant rates, when at the same time mo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 August 1837

For llie Vrfmont Phoenix. SACKED MUSIC. Mr Editor! -Under the influcnco r00t:ht on my mind by listening an hour i ihe excellent performance of somodifllcult, 1 . for the most part aeiigniiui pieces 01 mu ic by Mr F. Holbrook's Choir, I writo you 'L.Jv,np9. While present, and witnessing t.jnirit with which the choir executed their I .1.- 1. .-m nr. fi,rl II. I, tl. k . ........ njrl D11U 111 iiuuuvu ,, iiiii.i vvciy ' .-t..A It AnxilPrnfl in m M ...i.l. jljjnir was pcnuiWB", 11 uii-uniu iu mc Willi unusual force, (hat while the sanctuary could be niaite a leinpie iur pruisc, u nouiu oe n duelling place of Zion. The earliest of my recollection which includes in any degree the service of one oi our religious denom muttons, is associated with the simple, yet full and happy fervor oi their song. r n lover of music not jargon the in tt,ntion which this port of divine service i... r-vived. is n strange and almost unpar donable-offence; it is so to all who know its effect m softening the he...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 August 1837

THE LITTLE MAID. Tliero was n little maid, Who wore a little bonnet, She had a little finger, With a littlo ring upon it. She -screwed her littlo waist, To such a little size, That it made her littlo blood, Rush to her littlo eyea. This pretty little maid, Had a pretty little beau, Who wore n little hat, And gloves as white as snow. Ho saidhis little heart Was In a little flutter That ho loved the little maid, And no one else but her. Slio smiled a littlo smilo When ho breathed his littlo vows; And he kissed her little hand, With many little bows. By littlo and'by little, 'Her little heart did yield, Till littlo tears and sighs, Her little heart revealed. A littlo while alas! And her littlo beau departed, With all his little vows, And left hrr broken hearted. Now all ye little maids, A moral I will give you Don't trust to littlo men, They surely will deceive you. BTOttY OF LEWIS WILLIAMSON. Three miles below Galliopolis, I once pos sessed a farm of rich soil, that yielded seven- ty-...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 August 1837

VERMONT PHlEJjriX. in- BRATTLEBORO, Vt. AUGUST 18, 1837. NO. 50. iTfOIVT EIKE1VIX, I j 11,11' nniUim. "early opposite Cha.e. . m T. n.mll-ira vrar. tLXrVe.hrlrppcr. .t .he office, f I rcniat llienpt""' " puuncr. fctfrt l","lu!'1 r "'ry Wi" KSrfJOB PBlNTIXa c.tlyeMc.t. For ibe Vermont Fhwiiix. sl.AKDEIl. L If von think tlio follow- Us worthy oi your paper, you art- V muc'1 hasb:;:n. c ' ' .....o sn.-ietip hniwll"o . , iiriii.ct a few ,toingiueHconquers. t'tlieenli which 'nflSt u community, I i. n,r-ininiint. Had we the Ifan'sngeLaml could search crea- In pole to po'. "M "al'P-v cm" I conlammalcd with me Dane oisian- Lcr be such a subtle foe to the hap. niJnKir.il, let us pause lor a moment ke a brie-r definition of the term. 'aclhurst, on moral ethics, we find ,;,, Ignition. "Slnnderisthe re- If either truth or falsehood, with a Ij design ol creating miseiy -, miu Ueyed in a whisper ol Uis5u1.se, or IllllUnCUOIl "I acuivji" "oo'-'- fceotfenee' L.,no vice, which finds a place in L kre...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 August 1837

From llio Doiton HerM. T1TCOMB, THE MURDERER. Wo have been favored with llio following interesting facta respecting th is unfortunate individuril, by n person who lins been ac quainted with him for several years, and who visitctfnim in the Honkintoii, N. 11., jail, a few days ago. It will bo remembered that Titcomb hilled his follow workman, ltussell, in the cooper's chop where both were at work. Ho endeavored to head him up in n barrel, but not being able to effect that, ho set tho shop on fire. This man presents another melancholy instance of mental derangement, cuused by the excessive- excitement attendant on those over wrought scenes of religion, camp meet ings, revivals, &c. Somd few years since he was engaged to bo married, but death inter vened and claimed tho object of his attach ment. He then sought for consolation in camp meetings, &c, and finally beenmo a religious enthusiast, giving awny for vdrious pious purposes a modernto competency. About thrco years since, w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 August 1837

From the New York Daily Expires;. 'HURRAH FOR JACKSON l" Vc knew that the endorsements would frnm the Hermitage, and We have all nlon-rlecn surprised that they did not come lonnS oT M3"'" Van Buren nas.n po- 'ilical credit Wlin wc party ucmocrauc, ana l...Mre. what he says, does, or promises , iratur, is good for nothing, till General Jackson indorses. We have always been of ha nn c on mat me original pian 01 nir Van Buren in subverting the United States Bank, was Jifsi, to use meoiaie uanus as Pets to the ruin of their credit, and popular ity 8nJ ei,lo lake ndvnntage of tliut ruin in i oalm oil' upon tho country a GiRantic ..Uiticr Bank of his own. Judge White, E n bis reply to General Jnckson, alleges- such to have been the original project, rind ihe allegation is confirmed by tho fact, that Genera? Jackson under the monition of Mr Vm liuren, truced out the lonnation of siich a Monster, which Mr .Me Duffle's famous n-nari. however, forthwith knocked in the hnftfl The United Slates...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 August 1837

For ihfc Vormint riiuinlx. ORIGINAL ENIGMA, NO. 10. I am h word of nineteen letters. My 15 11 3 4 5 0 7 10 0 8 2 12 1 14 16 8 2 10 12 12 is n substantive. My 5 8 18 10 4 7 4 12 3 4 C 10 is a sci entific instrument. My 3 4 11 18 8 2 13 6 10 2 ISisveryde sirab'lc. My 6 9 1 16 4 12 4 6 9 10 is a science of great value. , , , My 3 4 16 4 11 8 10 isatitldlk My 14 7 10 8 3 9 8 12 is what Hie fair sex sometimes wish to wear. My 13 11 3 4 2 12 17 12 i a u 3 10 is What politicians ennrge enen inner wiiu. My 6 4 13 2 18 10 7 in a Bpcrles oIMor. My 9 4 1 1 4 7 is tho cause of a great deal of bloodshed, Mv II 17 3 D 10 2 is n river in Europe. My 7 9 13 It 4 3 8 7 4 12 is on animal. Mv 2 17 6 9 4 11 is n river in Europe. A solution' will bo given next week. C3-. Translofcdfor the National Intelligeneerfrom De La Marline's Voyage tn the East. SYRIAN MARRIAGE CEREMONY. Facaiidin'b Tuwnn, Sept. 27. Wo passed the entire day at the marriage of a Syrian, Greek girl. The ceremony began with a long proc...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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