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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 September 1836

NOT THE ttl.OKY OF CUSAllj BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY If. I. STACY . FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1836. VOL. X No. 484. ''loin die New Yoiker. LET US LOVE ONE ANOTHER. X.el us love one another, nol lung we may slay In this lile.ik uoilit ufniuuiiti some dioop u hilc 'lis d.iv : Others f.nlu in lltcir noon, and few linser lilt eve '. Oil ! them tn e.iks nol a bean but leaves soir.e one lo ci ii.'tc : Anil I he Comic?!, llic m l est, I lie truest lli.it met, 1 1 e still found the iireil to fori; i ami forget ; Then oil t though ihe hopes ili.il c nourish decay, l.el uj love one nnotlier as lung as ho slay. There are some he.nlslike ivy, llio' all lie derated, That seems to twine f m I !y in snnlighl anil shade; Nu Iravp dioop in sadness, slillgaily ihcy spiead, Undim'd 'midst tlie blighted, the lonely ami dead : 'lint I lie mistletoe cling' In i lie oak not in part, But wiili its leaves closely iouihI ii ; the rout in in liOillt , Exists but lo twine it imbibe I ho Fame clow. Or lo fall wit...

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. — 30 September 1836

m & & 51 & ? XT ill da v MoiiMiVo, si:iM'niiir.i; co. P.-30?Xi3',3 Tn.'.T. rort riu.sitiKNT Will, E2. HAKISON. Ton vicf. rui:si!)KXT fkancis oAX(ii:n. Ti lt r.i.r.cTiirw. o, in,-, I J a in-', f no err or, .Ji ,ir. lSAMU.;i( SWIFT. Hist. No. I, DAVID CRAWFORD, , zi mri iiowi:. n, TITUS HUTCHINSON, -1, W.U A. GRISWOLD, 5, HOWARD LAM IS. Tun il m or Novt:.uiir.n is tin- day when the Electors of President rue to be chosen. Lit every Freeman b-'nr this in mini. The friend ol tlic Constitution nnd the stijiremicy of the Liws have achieved in Verm ml n gturioiis triumph against the iii35l depressing despondency, the ma -1 nn- propilimn ci'cumstanco. nnd the untiring e(Tnr!s of tlic oHice-linldors. Lot in follow up ihe victory, like men contending fur every thing dear to us as citizens, and vnl. nablo to pistcrily. L"t every friend of Harrison and Grander bo at his post, nnd know thai our opponent will innlio a dos perate effort, catcul.it nirr upon our Mipitic- ness from the co...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 September 1836

.Miiy be used in Jf'inc or Water, rflUBSK cpllebralpd bitlprs are compos JL cd purely ol" vegetables of Ihe most innocent yl specific virtues. They nre recommended pnrliculnrly Tor restoring weak constitutions, cleansing llio stomach and increasing the appetite nlsnn proven 1 n 1 1 v o ngatnst the cholera morbus, fever, nnd ague, removing nausea, vomiting, heart burning. wphIuipss in tint brrnst, piin in t lie sinmncb nnil nllior symptom ol flilnlcnci! nml indigestion. Ono box will linclnrc one gallon. Price 25 cents a box. Russell's Itch Ointment. This choice nml snfo ointment i sniil to be superior to any now in usc, for that dis agreeable nml loathsome diseased he ITCH This ointment is mi certnin in its npciatmn that no person troubled with the above disorder ought not to be wilhoot it. It i n remedy lor rnlniipniis eruptions, scorbut ic affections ol the head, or any other breaking out which nrisps from sharp I111 tnours in the blood. Price 25 cents n box. Russell's Vegetable Hi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 September 1836

: . ' main Cotton ' arn, Batting & Wad ding. 500 lb. Coil on Yarn, Noi. 5 lo 10. SOU do !' Uniting. 60 iluz. Cotlon Wnililinix. He Lkmukl Cuhvis & Co. Builington' Sept. 2, 1 R3G. Ironmongery. ANVILS, Vice?, r.nsl icon Ploughs, liol low Ware, waggon cnrl mid carriage Boxes, pot n-h niul cuhlrnn Koltles, mill Cranks, bark Mills, iron Wire, Sloven. null Saws, cross cut do. Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Scythes, lion, Nail., Steel &c. &c. just received by T. F. W. L. STRONG. Juno 10, IU3G. 3 and G-1 Mor's & Circassians 40 pieces Muriuns and Circassians, dif ferent shades and color, just received by IjE.muul Cunrts & (Jo. Sept. 2, mac. Paints & Dye Stull's, Linseed nnd Pore. summer and winter drained Sperm Oil, just received and lor snle low by it. moo nr. Burlington, 25lh June, 103G. WOOL. rnillrj subscribers will at all lime? pay JL Cash Tor Wool delivered at their Store on llm Old Wharf FOLLETTft BRADLEYS. Burlington, June 15. 1 1130. CASH will nl all tunes be pai...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 October 1836

it 3$ NOT THE O I, O n Y OF C JE S A It J HUT THE W E'l. F A RE OF ROME. BY II. I?. STACY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1836. VOI,. X No. 485. From die U. S. Gntciie. ELIJAH. 1 KINdS, XIX, 1113. On Horch't mount Elijah Hood, A hurricane swept by, Willi nolsp nil of n nulling (load, It echoed through ll'e sky. Tlie mountains reeled, ihe rurkt were rent, Desliuction filled llie world; TIib siuhlrarn pines nnd onks were beni, And nil in ruin hurled. Elij.ili stood lo hear the word, And looked lo sec a form, But naught lie paw, nnd naught he heard God was not in the norm. And mill he stood nn Horeb's mount, An rtirllirjmike shook ihe world, Mountain nnd river, rock nnd fount, Were in c'nfusion liurld, Elijah stood, nnd veil'd his face, Hit God's commands lo hear. But naught disunited ihe silent place, for (till God was not iherc. Again, n blaring fire came, forth. All emblem, (head, of wrnih ; And sweeping nn from south lo nirih. Consumed nil in iis path. Elij ill Imwed hi aching head, Now hiirsi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 October 1836

only tiiDilo wc can drcim of whereby t lie pope cnii make himself loll here This is llio way t he popn has exorcised his Mender mercies miliu hnropoan vo).l fur ccniii ties. Voter must bn cniimaiitlil. Tin polls must be talfmi j'0y iliitiv is done politically in lliis country. Well, now, what iiru t lie signs since I ho Mile initial coTcspntiUeiice? About stmul tanoous With the date, wo have the move incntrf oftlio bishop of Cincinnati, the oath, olic emperor i('. ti-,1 ria, ninl Hint cothoiicol catholics, Metterntch. Wlmt Fnys the let ter of Bruin, since that date, about foreign nnuspiractcsngaiiistthu liberties uf the Uni- tcu btnles? What moans the twenty Ihnu titnd dallttv rent tolho ratlin ica of Ctnciti nali the tixly thousand dollars sent- to those ol Dot roil, and the large film s of mo ney tent lo ntticr points m tim union? Why i.s the catholic Bishop in Vincohncs. liul., now on n visit to the holy father nt Rotm-? Fur what purpose ilnl the bishop of St. L-tuis la'cly visit...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 October 1836

NOT1CF,. CAM II inlo lluu'iiclii-iir.' of t ln subset', ber nn or about ili liiMt int , a pale red 2 year nlil STEAR. mm ill horhs ml midJlinr ti.''. The nu uer is requested in prove property piy diirg s nnd lake luin away. MASON MEAD. Kiiex Srit. 2G(7t in3G SHEEP LOST. TI'IIIN two nr I hire w eoks, I he subscribe r lias losl twelve or thirteen Weathers nml Ewes Willi Iho letter I'. in Rod Pain', a In 1 le I nek of t ho left shoulder. U is supposed t liny went with a drove to the Nun li my iiirn in-t lion relative to said slmop will receive re munorniiiin, nml thanks Irom the nwiinr. HANI III j PERRY. Rurlinglnn Scpl. 27(j I0.3G New Goods, Noodles. . Saddlers', Millcncrs', 1 1 inir-5c, D truing. Knitting, Glovers, Dortlng. A-sorlrd Si c-iminon sowing Noodles; of 1 lemming &. Suns' M iniifae,turo,jost ree'd nt III" Vni in ly Shop. pANOII IIIO Si Rlls.FMAI. TO PAK.MEI8.S. nurrnn, cn u- ci.otii. ami ri. i-bi.. Lemuel Curtis & Co. WI LL pay I In highest price fur tlie lies! of R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 October 1836

NOTICE. ripllB subscriber hovittg in ode nev, nr .H. raiigeniotils in business, it becomes necessary that llic oUI cor coin should be BCttli'i! up. I lu tlirtcforc requests all iho.'c indebted (o liliu tu call and soli le witlimi dohy. J. J. STARR. Sept. 1, 1B3G. Ironmongery. ANVILS, Vices, cast iron Ploughs, Iml luw Wnrc, waggon carl nnd carriage Boxes, pot ash nud caldron Kettles, mill Cranks, bark Mills, iron Wire, Stoves, mill Saws, croc cut 1', Shnvels, Spades, Hues. Scythes, Iron, Nulls, Steel &c. &c. just received bv ' T. F.Sf W. L. STROXCl. June 10, 1U3G. 50 hhds. proof, pure Boston Rum. fur sale on consignment, at Huston prices, bv l'oi.i.r.T r ! Bn.tmxvs. .Kmc 24, H13G. Oiii Paints & Dye Stuil's, Linseed nnd Pure, summer and winter slinined Sperm Oil, just received nnd fur sale low by II. MOODY. Burlington, 25th June, ISI3G. nriHE tib:cnli.'r' will nt till times pay -fl- Cah fur Wnil delivered at tlieir Store on the Old Wharf fo l r. e tv & n ra dleys, Kuri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 October 1836

V tJ NOT THE BIORY O F C At S A I ; H It T T II ! W E I, F A RE O F II O iI E. BY Iff. 1?. STACY. FRIDAY, OGTOBIilK 14, 1836. VOl,. XJVo. 486. SONG. 'VvMLAuld T.ang Syne. Now bore's ! rup n Harrison, Hpip's tn iti.it tii'io Imlil ; Guile 1'niib, I ken, mi hcincsl m:tn I l.eitei far ill in i nli I , TliPtt j"iu nidi nil mine nnrieiH Pi icnrj f hi null ii'iiipinluiinrp jnin ; Mrtps tnki ii i up in UiiiilnuH yet, For AuM Lang 3 ne. Whrn I'lcictur ttiiuiiphpil in lite west, 'I Itl'ii win .1 ill) nf i-Idiuii, A lid tn my n u-iH'int IhmiI iiiini test, In ll. Usui's IiIiiikU iiiiiiIi. On uliuiii iliit iltfii tit. ii lilceilin land In lintti nl iippiI i fly 1 Alt. wlm lei mi Iter gallant hand, 'I'd lamp mill it-iuiy 1 Ali'l Iipip's In nn, nmv tell tnp tine, ll'hrre was Van llineu then 1 When II ARRl.'iiN, uhh .uul in It iini, Lpd ihi hi Wprtpin tni'ii. Alt ntnli in nll, tmnp Imiii'sI Ii ipinl, He nfVi lined "unpppn si-haw," Bui was tin. 11.11111; ncr ipii sf-ltt:iiie4, An' quibbles nl' 1 li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 October 1836

r rt in a y m o it n i n o, o c r 0111:11 11 gOgJiB'S "2 OK IT. ron rtu:sii)KNT ron vice rucsmnsr I'KANCIS GRANGER. ron r.t.r.cToii". , . ) JABIVZ PROCTOR, M large,)- BAMUl!Ij VIFT. Dist. No. 1, DAVID CRAWFORD. ZIMR1 HOWE. 3, TITUS HUTCHINSON, 1, WM. A. GRISWOLU, 5, EDWARD LAM I). STATU CONVENTION. In iirroiilmrp uilli nuineioin icqurfls fioni nii mil pints of thoslslc, imlion ii line by irn lli.it rlale eniuenlioii uf I lie ficpinpn nf Verinnul, fiicoil Iv !u ilie (Irrlinii of ll.niifiiu nml (irniiscr, uill lio liilili-n nt tlio Court otnp. in Montpilicv, on Thursday the 20fi day of Oct. inst-,(ir tlio pur iosg of mlopthiR such iup.huicj us in ly Iip. deemed proper nml iiiT(v.iiy picparatory U tlio cleclnra olrntion. It is liiijlif-iip? ir.ilili! Ill il llicit lie a full ollenileure, p.ii licul'ii l nf lite young mm, funn lIlCECUIul InttlH III the H.ltP. Mil. TON I1IIOWN, ., WM. Iir.HAIlI), r'J, C. I.. KNA1T, 3 L0 Slontpclicr Oct. 1 1S3G. Tlio render will observe tlial Micro is lo ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 October 1836

COM'liM S 01' NO XCItt 01' TIIIJ NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Aht 1. Livingston's System of Penal lime. A System of Penal Law for tbo Slate of Lou. isinna, consisting of a Code of Crimes and Punishment, a Code of Procedure, a Code of Evidence, n Code of Reform and Prison Disci, plinu, and a Hook of Definitions J prepared under the Authority of a Law of the said .State. Uy Edward Livingston, Anr. II. Ilomaic Popular Poetry. 1. Das Gricchischo Vulk in ollVnt I iclicr, ki rch lichcr und privalrcclitlicher Bczichung, vorund nncli dem l'rcilieitskanipfc bis zum 31 July, 1831. Von C. L. Manrcr. 2. History of Modern Greece, lly James Emerson. 3. Cours do Litteraturo Grccquo Modernc, donne. ii Geneve, par Jacavaky Itizo Niroulos. Arer. HI. An.erir.an Architectuie. Tho American Iluildcr's General Prico Hook and Estimator: deduced from extensive Expo rienco in the Art of Huilding. l)y James (iallicr. Art. IV. Willis's Writings. 1. Mclanic and Odicr Poems. Ily iY. P H'il. lis. Edited Ity Harry Cornw...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 October 1836

NOTICE. TIHE r-ub'cribcr having made new tir JL ra I' incut s in hiuini'ss. It become O'CGrsnry that iho olil cut coin should bo settled up. He therefore requests nil iIhim indebted lo 1 1 i til to call anil settle wulnui -delay. J. J. ST A R It Sept. t, 1030. Ironmongery. ANVILS. Vices, cast ituii Ploughs, litil low Ware, waggon curt mill carnage Boxes, not ash nml caldron K'ltlis. mill Cranks, batk Mills, iron Win. S'.nve'.uiill Saws, cross cut do. Shovels. Spades. Unci'. Scythes, Iron, Nails, Steel &c. Sic. just received by T. F.Sf W. L. STROiVO. June 10, 1U3G. 50 hhcls. proof, pure Boston Rum. for alo on eiinsigninoiil. nl Ro-ton prices, by FoLi.CTr cy BiiAiit.r.vs. June 21, IflHO. Oin Paints & Dvc Stufl's, Linseed nnd Pure, Mlininer and winter el rained Bporm Oil, just received nnd for sale low oy ii. .vuuui. Burlington, 251 h June, ISI3G. TIIR sub-crili.-'rs iv. II nl nil limes pay Cn.-li I'nr Wvil delivered at their Store on the Old Wharf FO I. L E 77' Si n RA D E E 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 October 1836

N o t t n 1: a i. o u v o r c .12 s a it 1! U T TUB WIILPAItn OF It O M K. BY II. BJ. STACY. FRIDAY, OCTOBESif. 21, 1836. VnS,. X No. 487. The follow iii'' 1 1 f. 1 1 r i f I ami ctoniteiil Oilo was irillen by P-uk Iti'uj iiniii Hk iiii I nnr' at the 'Odcnn, in Muslim duiing thu tmicis in honor of Slit. AIauisoM How shall no mourn die glorious ilc.ul 1 Wlnl tiopliy rear aliui! his sraio, For whom .1 11. Hums tens 111 e shed A nation's funeral Imiiri'i wave 7 'Let Uliiiiicnrp his ilppds ii ocl.tnn, I 1 1 1 1 1 tea hem sound lo niiunt tin coal : Let Insi'ry wiiiu his peaceful n.nne, nigh 011 herliuili illumined snull. I.et l'oclry mill Art ihroali pat til 'I he paso in-pne, llm canvass warm In glow in.; win ild iccuid his woilh, In lit in g mat bio mould hi foim. fame so bright can npter fide, ( A name to dear will iliMllihv lie; 'For in our cotiutri's shrine he laiil '.'he charier of her libeciy , I'rui.-p he ti God I Ilia loin heslowci! The chief, the pan lot, ami the fa!!") I'laise...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 October 1836

On motion of Mr Footo, tho IIouso pro ceeded to the election ol a Speaker: Hon Mr Coolidgo 127 " " Smith 77 Scat. 7 212 Whereupon Mr. Coolidgo was declared circled and nddrcsfcd the IIouso as follows: Gentlemen: I receive with grateful sensibility ihn expression or your conli ilonee. Whilo I havo accented the nn poinlmenl which it has been your pleasure to confer, I should bo doing injustice to myself wore I not now to 6ay, mat m ro cciving so high and responsible a trust, I have by no moans relied solely upon any ability I may bo supposed to havo to dis charge the duties imposed) I count largely upon the good feeling, the intelligence, and liberal inindedncss of the gentlemen com posing this IIouso, and appeal for your kind construction of all errors of which I may bo guilty in performing the duties of llio chair. That I shall commit some, if not many, may not bo questioned : but I confidently look to you for a liberal inter pretation of tho course of official conduct which I shall...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 October 1836

United States Pensioners. Bank op Buni-iNo-ron, ) Ocl. 11, 11)30. f THE following circular having been re ceived by mc, from tlio Treasury Do portmcnt, it will be necessary tlint n strict conformity with tho rules should bo ob served by nil classes of pensioners, who may apply either by attorney or in person. E. T. ENGLESBY. President and Pension Agent. CIRCULAR. TntAsunv Depaiitment, :nt, ) lice, 30, Second Comptroller's Office beplember 29, 1D3G The agent for paying pensions at Burling ton, Vermont, Sin In order to guard more effectually against a repetition of frauds, as heretofore practiced by the production of forged pa pers, tho first three following additional rules will bo observed by tho accounting officers of tho Treasury. 1. In every case where ihe pensioner employs an attorney to receive his pension, the execution of the power must be in tho presence of at least one witness other than the magistrate before whom it is acknow ledged. No payment to an atlnrney will be allow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 October 1836

N0T1CU. npUlU subscriber having made now nr JL rung- im nls m liu-ines, it l' '" c necessary thnttho old t-orcntn shoeM l tellled Ho Ihorclnrc requests nil ' l - indebted to Inni to call anil H.-nle wulum dclav. J. J. STAKIl. Sept. I. 1030. Ironmongery. ANVILS, Vices, cast mm Plough, lml low Ware, waggon c.irl noil carringi Uoxo?, pot nsb nml caldron Iv-illr-, mil Cranks, bark Mills. mm Win-. S' o v.nnt I Saw?, cross cut il . Shovels, Spades, !I s Srylhc?, Iron, NmK Steel &c. &c. ju.-" received by KiWf, A sraom Mmir IC I H30. 50 ljluls. proof, pure TJoston Rum, for saloon consignment, ni Iin.tnt priccf, by t'or.i.r. r r cy HitAin.r.vs. .1 one 'i t. I03fi. f" Paints &, Dye SuiHs, Linseed nnd Pure. mtnmer and winter sltatmil Huerm Oil. iilst rcccivi il ami for nb-I i bv liurlington. C5th June. IH3G .,iooor. TTnHH sub-cr l). r w II nt nil limes' pn JL Cash for U'tt l delivered nl their Store on the ()I1 Win if FO L T. F. 'V H F, RA I) L V. 1 '.5. nuriingtun. .l ine l.'i 111...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 October 1836

N0 T THE GJiOKY OF CESAUJ H V T THE WELFARE OF HO M E. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1836. BY II. K. t rwi a Vol . X 1V0. 488. ?5 X li. LEGISIiATURE OF VHUMONT. Saturday. Oct. 15. Senate Mr White inttt'duced a rcn. luluin providing I'nr llie n U mi tmMi t nl chairman of committees tn join from the House, winch passed nnd I In; following appointments were mndc by ballot. Judiciary Uun. Messrs Briggs, Hebard nnd Ilnlibull. Claims Hon. Messrs Pierpoint, Con Verso nnd llnwo. Education Uan. Messrs Sheldon, Wnt Bon nnd Bell. Agriculture Hon. Messrs Palmer, 2 o'clock, P. M. ScNATF. Mr Brigs called Hp Hip IiiIkiii relating I" cxpotiiliinios for Hie .Sinto homo; willw rew III'' re-nlution nn. offered n substitute,,. ititriicltng 'lie mm inittpe of Fitinnciv In inquire ami repnri I he pxpente already, inclined, nnd llie np. p-nprintinti still ncce-sity to be made for the citmpli'iiim nflhe house. The eltbsli lull1 was nilnplcd. I ho engrned bill repenting mi- net rn OFFICERS. Joseph Snmcrby. Duorkecpcr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 October 1836

HARRISON STATU CONVENTION. orriciAi.. rurfimiit lo tlii; coll from the Mate com mittee. Iho friends (if HARRISON nml GRANGER assembled nl iho court house in JlJmilpclicr, on tlic 20lh inst. at onu o' clock, P. M. The Convention was called to order by Hon. Hilton Brown, chairman of I lie stale committee, and organized by the appoint ment of the following officers', viz: Hon. Samuel G. Crafts. President. lion. Mark Richard?, y Pnd Hun. enry P. Janes, , Gen. Martin Flint, ) John W. Smith, I Secrclarics. Farrand P. Merrill, S On motion of Mr lironw, Hon. William Rladc, Hon. Hiland Hall, Solomon Foootc Esq,, Hon, Milton lirown, Gen. Martin Flint, Hun. Harvey Hell, and George 15. Chandler Esq., were appointed n commit tec. to draft resolutions and an address to the people. , The Court House being insufficient lo contain the members of the Convention on motion, the Convention adjourned to the Brick Meeting House, nt-t o'clock, I. M. 1 o'clock P. M. The Convention met pursuant to ad journme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 October 1836

HB TOKEN nnd ATLANTIC SOU- VEMR for 1037, Willi 12 engrav ings, far sale by Oat. 21. V. HARRINGTON. Martin Van Butch. LARGE portrait lor framing of Mnr. tin Van Huron, Vtco President of llic United St n les, nnd Miniatures of Martin Van Buren, painted on ivory nnd set in gold, received nnd for salo nl (lie Variety Shop. Pamjuofin &. ISr.i.ssMAin. Oct. 20. WTltlE AMERICAN. -JLM.LVAC and Re 4Sk rosiToriY or Useful Knowlcoqe, for I8J7, for salo ly October 21- V. lUnnisoTON. New Goods Oct. 19, 18'M. WB received to dny, cold, opctiworked, clinked and plain Guard Keys ; gold Bar pins; Spectacle "losses; Bombazine, silk ond satin Stocks; Linen bosoms and collars; satin bosoms; 10 bundles best Italian violin string-" ; Flageolets clarified rosin; Instruction bonks lor bugle?, ser pen!. Trombones and doles; books on band for otber instruments: Cologne water, niilk of snscs ; lootb powder; G dozen but. ties indelible ml; to mark wit bout u pre paratlon ; 3 dozen do. lo mark with a prc par...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 October 1836

May be used in Wine or Water. TUKSll cellebrntcd bitters nrc compos ml nurclv ol' vpirctablcs of the most innocent yet f-prcific virtues. They are rocommen'ded particularly Tor rcstcirinjr wcalt constitutions, cleansing I ho stomach nnd increasing the appetite alsnn proven tativc against the cholera morbus, fever, nnd nguo. removing nausea, voinitinjj, lipnrt liurniinT. weakness in tlio breast. pain in llio stomach nnil oilier symptoms of flitulcnco nnu indigestion, uno uox win tincture one gallon. Price 25 cents a box. Ilussell's Itch Ointment. This choice anil safe n'mtment is f mil to be superior to any iinw in use, Tor thnt dw nrrrccablo ami loathbonie discasc.the ITCH This ointment is to certain in its operation that no person troubled with the above disorder ought not to bo without it. It is n remedy for cutaneous eruptions, Ecorbul ic affections ol the "head, .or any other breaking out which arista from fharp hn mours in the blood. Price 25 cents n box. 13illious of Russell's...

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