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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 6 March 1838

fSlr A. CIIADWICK. ST. jraSMSISUI5T, w., MAKCIE , 1838. TOIi. I. M. 3t. llepoitcil fot ftc JY. Y. Journal of Commercc. Wv Wcbstcr's Spcccla o.t the Sun Treasukv Bili,, in Senate Jan.31. "et Ae Govtrnmcnt attcnd to its oion business, and let the People altend to theii's." "Let the Govcrnmcnt lake care, that it sccures a sound currtncyjor its own usc, and let t lcave all the rest to the btates, and to the People." Thoso ominouBSontcnccs, Mr President, havo oeen ringing in my ears, cversinco thoy worout tcrcd ycstordoy, by tho inomber from Now York, Mr Wright.l Let tlio Government tako caro of nscii, anu let 1110 peopie taiie caro 01 inemsoives. This is tlio wholo principlo nnd policy of tlio nd ministrntion. at tlio nresont most critical momenr, nnd on tliia great and nll-absorbing qucstion of tlie curroncy. Sir, this is nn ill bodiug annoimcemeiit. It luis nothing of consolation, of solncc, or of iiopo in it. It will cnrry through all tbu classesof commerce nnd business, nothing but ...

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 March 1838

,1ip. rity of N. York, tlint grent Commnrcinl 13m Ijnrimn, wortliy the gonllemun'n commondntion , jn 163-1, nnd wortliy of his commcndnt.on, ol mv commoncldtion, nnd nll commendtit.on, nt ni timcfl? Whnt RcntimomB, wlmt opln.ons, w mt fuollngs nro proclaimc.l liy tl.o thouPiimls of hor rncrcl.nms, irnders, mnnulnctnrcrp, nnd l"1'0' Wl.nt is tho unitcil Blmut of all tl.o voices of nl hnr clnsscB? Wl.nt isit, but tl.nt you w.ll p t nlike nlinn to tlioir ntercsta nnd thoir fcchngp, nt 01 cc nnT for " vor? Wl.nt ix it, hnt tl.at m mor ry to fho mercnntilo inrercat, the trud.ng intoroB , L 1 ppKg intcrcat, tl.o nmt.nfuctur.ng in torcst, - o In I o ing cIbb nml nllolnsscs, you w.ll givo pt.sU nnd pcr'nicious noliticnl Bchomos nnd courso of wiso nnd wl.olesomo lcg.fllat.on ? 'projccts, nnd rot.trn to tl.o nlain, mrn.ght The BC.uirncnuof tl.o city cnnnot bo niwiinilor ntood. A tliousnnd pans, nnd tcn tl.oiisnnd toncuos, nnd n spirited prcss, trmko tl.cm all known. Jf wc linvo not nlrendy j....

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 March 1838

Mn WnnsTr.il s Srr.r.r.n. Wo offor no npnlogy to otir rendcrs for occtipying so iniiclrofto.dny's pn por with tho Spoech of Daniet. WKnsTKnintlio Uiutoil StntesSonnto upon tho Sub Troiisury Bill, in roply 1 Wright of Now York. Its cnndor nnd ability commond it to tho nttontion of nll; and oFpocially to such ns may. focl nny disposition to givo ltcir furtlior support to tho prosont Adininis ,rnlion. Upon tho minds of such, if thay dosiro tho irulh, it cnnnot fail to produco tho conviotion that tiay havo too rcadily followed tho councila of un- uiso nnd unpnnciplod mcn,l in thoir adhorenco to tho Administration. Tho spijech ia worthy of bo ing rottd onco and twico. AAcr reading tho spocch lnva tho pnpor Into tlio hands of your Vnn Buron noighbor, and nsk ium to rond nnd pondor ita nr- guments. Buciianan's NEUTnALrrv Bill wan rojoctod in tho Ilouso by nmnjority of 12 votcs, but tho voto of rojcction wqb roconsidorod,TvIiioli is nn indica tion that tho IIoubo aro disposcd to connidor th...

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 March 1838

X- F011 Tlllt CALEDOSIAN. D E A T II . Dontli may como in childhood's niorn, And nip tho budding flower; TIio fnircst roso conccaU u tliorn, Tho brigliloBt skics dark clouds dcform SoDcath cnsliroiidaliis futal dart, Transfixos ofl llio Jightoat honrt, To show liid drondful powor. Dontli may como in blooming yonth, And claim liis futoil proy ; Ho pIiows no cJomoncy nor rulli, Nor Imppiest BmilcB hisbrow can emooth ; Droadful tlio call to thoso whotn God Ilath novor cbnston'd by liia rod, Nor folt Rcligion'a ray. Dontli may cnino in mnnhood's primc, And' still tho nspiring broast ! Rcckloss onliro of plnco nnd tiino, Illa powor ia folt in ovory climo ; Whon plcasurcs lulltbo sonl to rost Wlion glory wavos hcrspnrkling crcst Oroarth's attractions sliino : IIo Iicods tharn not! thoy all musl bow Boforo hia ntom nnd Imugbty brow. Doatli imisl como in Jioary ngo, Of all tlio cortain doom ; And O ! liow Iiappy nro tlio wiso, WJioso Iicnrts in prayor and praiso :niso To Ilcavcn tho Clirist...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 13 March 1838

W.li, V'jn.UHJPM vl. Cn. SBAIJWECIK. TKRMS Thk C,vi,r.noKiAN will bo publishod wonkly at $2,00 por rinntim, or at $1,00 it paid in ndviinco. II pnymont is mado wilhin six months froin tlio timu o Hiibscnbing it will bo oonsidcrod ii3 ndvanoo pay. No papor will bo diseonfniiiod nntil all arrearagos uropnid, cxcpptat tbo option ol' tlio publislior. (I'j'Advorlisciiients will bo insnrtcd for tlio cus tomary pricos. Peitsoas nro rcqiicstod lo stalo tlio number of woeks tboy wish tlioir ndvortisomonts publisbcd, nthorwisu Iboy will bo insnrlod till fbr bid and cliurgud nccordiugly. Fiomlhc A'cw York Daily Mvcrtiser and Exprcss. L1FE JN NEW YORK. Onc hnlf thc world, it is truly said, nro igno rnnt of tliu iucniis by whioh tlio othor lialf livo. Onc of thc grontost' iny.stcrics in tlio oycs of n man unuscd to : Inrgc city is, how so largo a Hunber of inhabitnnts can mantigo to pick up iFhving ; oxisting, as niany of tlicm appear to, liy eatitig cach otlicr ii), soinewhat al'tor tlio mnnnor...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 13 March 1838

Washington, Miirch 2d, 1838. In tho IIouso, Ciuiil)rolon-K, from tho Committco of Ways nnd Monns, bronglitin n hill for tho r.ollcc tion, safc kceninir, tran.ifcr and disburscmctU ! pi tho publio inonoy. Tliia is tho Sub-Trcasury Thll, uhna tho Divofcc Uill, ulins tho fndcpcndcnt Trcasury Bill of tho IIouso As it wus not road, I nm iiot ohlo to Btuto its pnrlicuhir provisions, or in what ruspects it difl'era from tho Sonnto Bill. Tho Noutrality Dill ns roportod in n now. drnft, vns tlion takcn up ns tho spocirii ordor of tho day. TJiis bill, ns it now mandE, moroly confora upon tho ojcocutivo oflicors n right t" soizo all slnpa, vehiclos, arms, or othor fnntcrinls, propnrul orcollcctod with un intont to violato tho eixth scction of tho Ncu trnlilv Act or 1818, by nndorluking, Hottmg on foot, providing and preparing tlio monns tor nny inililury oxpodition tobo carriod on ngamst or within lho torritory of nny foroign stato with whom tho Unltod Stntos rro at puaco. Such is tho purport ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 13 March 1838

TUE LATE DUEL. Tho following partieulars in rolation to tho duul butwoon Mr. Gravcs of Kontuky, und Mr. Cilloy of Mnino, nro from u Washington corrcHpondont of tlio I3oston Allas, writing undor duto of Fob. 2G, n I linvo authontic sourcos of infor malioti imt gonerally accossiblo. VVIionMi Gravcs loolc tho ehallongu of Co). Wubb to Mr Cilloy, tbcy had u long oonvcrsntion togothcr ju porfoctly friondly torms. Mr Cilloy doclinod fccL'iving tho noto of Col. Wobb, stnting tbat liu jviis not uunworublo for words spokon in Uobato. Mr Gravcs nsked if thnt wns nll, and whothor lio mndo anv obioction lo tlio chnractor tttid stnudiii," oflbo ehnlleiiKor? Mr Cilloy roplicd, thnt bo mndo riono but roliod on bis privilego ns a inombor of tlio llouso. Mr Gravcs said. tbat wus porlbctly propor, and lio had iintliiiiir to ohjoct to it; and at tho samo timo bo romindcd Mr Cilloy of tbo proprioty of hav- wg tbiti unswer ni writing. I'or tlus ond lio uocord limlv wroto a nolo to Mr Cilloy, rccitinif t...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 13 March 1838

Wo publishcd somo liino h'uicc, from tho Ciirisiian Rcgtstcr, a lottcr from a young orplinn girl, inquir ing for informntion rcppecting lior nbscnt fiillior. It was nccompaniod by somo romnrks from llio nditor of that par.cr,in which Iio uSgcslcd "tlio eircuin. ntanco would nffurd nn ndmirnblo ihomo for Alra. Sigournoy's swool inuso." Tlml snggflBlJon Imv ing bccn conr.nunicutcd to !or, lio inin.odialoly coro plicd.nnd tlio followirrj bca.iliful stanzas.ftill or swcntness and pathos, wn.cscnt to that papor for publication. Mtr. Junrvul. THE CIHLD IN SEARCII OF.1IER FAT1IER. T.oy sny I was but fotir ycars old, Whcn fall.or wcnt away, Yot 1 iiavo novor sron his Inco, Sitico tbat sad, parting dny. Iio wont wlioro briglitcr flowrots grow, Bcncalh Viiginia skios, DcarToachcr, sljow mo or. your mnp AVhoro tbat lar country lioa. I bogg'd l.im, 'Fiitlior do not go ! For sinco my motbcr diod I lovo no ono so woll as you' And changing to his sido, Thc toars caino gusbiiig down lior chcoks Unt...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 20 March 1838

I8Y A. 5. CISABWSCK. VEi. S. KTO. 83. TKR.MS Tnr. Cat.kuonian will ho pnhlished wookly at $2,00 por annum, or ut $1,50 if paid in ntlvaucu. If pnyinont is madc within six months from tlio timo o subsrriliing it will bo oonsiderod ns ndvnnco puy. No napor will bo discontiriucd uatil all nrroaragcs nro paid, oxccpt at llio option of tlio puniisiier. QIpAdvortiscmciits will bo insortod for tlio cus tomtiry priees. Pcrsons nro reqiiostcd to slalo tlio nnmbor of wocks thoy wish tlioir iidvcrtisomorils puhlishod, ntlmrwiso tlioy will bo insortod till for bid and clmrucd nccordingly. Wo cunnot, eoiisistcnry wiili onr Iniitiiiiiua ritm notions of frec diseussion rcfuso the earimt-t solioitations of Dr Jllcohol to huvo- his dofenco boforo thc citizous of Gothnm publishcd to tlio world. si'nr.cn or lilCHARD ALCOIIOL, M. D. nt n tcmprrnuce mccting helcl in thc City of Go tlinm, Nov. 1837. Jlr Presidcnt, and gentlemcn and lacllcs of the City of Gotliam Whcn in llic course ofspirilcd everus, n m...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 20 March 1838

rnarkstbia morning upon the Siib-Trcnsuiy Uill, npon ita doalined ollccts upon tho community, its biighting nnd withcring influonr.es, ita aolfisli nnd corruptdcsignB, ita insidinus nnd treanhoroua chnr acler, tlio suliBorvioncy of his collcaguca 111 lollow ing, lilo n natellito nround its liigher orb, tlio Lxcc utivo ns thcir polnr atar, wcro so cflcctivo nsto dc rannd tlio silenl nnd undividod nttontion of ovory mnn proaent. In u liltlo shnrp liootinp botwoon your two Sennlorial collonguos, Alr. 1. toid iur. Vright (who l.ud spokcn of his own correot nnd Btra&ht forward cliaractor na n pohticiun) tlmt 1 what ho Mtid was truo, and Iio ro.illy was a strn.ght orward politician, A rcason was bccauso ho nlwuya i.-.i i. him which ffuido was tho t'rcs- liim which jruido was tuo idcnt-no m.Htor what tho Biibjcct-ho wna h.s lead tng atar, ncting upon liim liko n cloud by dny and a nifiar offiro by nigbt.-if tho Ezooutivo wandorcd, ho wandorcd, and instcad of boing n fixod stnr, as Alr ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 20 March 1838

LATER FROJM EUROPE. Throe pnckcts hnvo nrrivcd nt Now York from Kiiglnnd. hringiug uilviec mxtoon dnys . ' ,in,, bcforo reccivod. Tho Intcst dntos ' . t0 tho 1st of Fehunry from Livcrpool, itiul tho nrcceding dny '''om L"do. 1 Milcp)ei-sra-fdlod with accounts from Ctm tidn nml tho procccdings of parlintuont in rolution m tlie tioublcs in thnt proviuco. 'j'iio Eurl of Dtirham lins hoen nppoiutcd Gov crnor &e. over tho British provinccs. llis vico royaliy will compriso Uppor und Lowor Ciuiudu, New Brunswick, Novn Seotia, Capo IJroton, and Princo Edward's Island. Sir Colin Cnmp Lell will Imvo tho commnnd of tho inilitttry for ccs in Nova Scotiu, Sir John Harvoy of thoso in New Brunswick, and Sir John Colborno of tho troops in Cnnndns. Pnrliiunent re-asscnihled on the lGth, and in tho Ilousa of Commons Lord John Ilussoll im mcdiately laidboforo the Houso tho plnn of tho ministry for tho govornmentof Cunndtt. liy this plan tho constitution hithorto cxisting in tlmt country is to bo c...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 20 March 1838

DcnaacscEnatau AltT. DV CHAULKS SrHAOnK, Wlicn from llio sacrcd gnrdon drivcn, Man fled bofore Jiis innkor's wrath, An Angol lcft licr placo in hcavon, And crossod llio wnndorcr's sunless pnth. 'Twns Art! swoet An ! now rndianco brokc, WIioio lior liglit foot flow o'or tlio ground, And thus willi soraph voico slio spoko, 'Tho Curso n Blcssing aliall bo found.' Slio lod Iiim Ilirougli tlio trackloss vvild, Whoro noontido sunboani novci blazod ; TJio tbistlo slirunk tbo hnrvesi emilod, And nnluro gladddencd ns bIio gazcd. Enrth's tbousand tribcs of living ihings, At Art's notnmnnd to bini nro givcn, Tbovillago grows, tlic city springs, And point tbeir spircs of fuith to'boaven. IIo ronds tbo oak and bids it rido, To gunrd tbo shoros its bcnuty graccd ; Ho Bniitcs tbo rock uplionvcd in prido, Seo tovvors bf strcngth nnd donics of tastc. Eartb's tcoming cavcs tboir woaltli rovcal, Firo bears his bannur on llio wavo, IIo bids tbo niortul poison lioal, And lenps triumpliaut o'cr tlio grnv...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 27 March 1838

J9MS C D3ilL ANEOTS . From thc Soulhern liosc. THE MISSIONAR1ES A. TALE. THK RESOLUTION. Ono siimmor twtlight, two girlsyet in tho opon ing hloom of lifo were resting on u suintner sent by the border ot'a Soulhern River. Tlio fingers of ono rostud botwcon tho eloscd lenves of n lionU, wliilo tho glowof n co-Timunicnted tlionght from its pnges dwoltonhor rbstrncted counte nniiee, nmfihe olhcr wus pointing out tlio softcn ing glorics of n westorn sky. An. artist might bavo lingered near tlmt lovely ppot. Above and nround wero sprcnd tlio bniiichcs of an onk, from which tlio grcy mnss hung quic.ly in tlio lmsli of naturo, sweeping thc greensward below ; n gardcn rioh with flowers, lay neur in front of tlio white walls of tlio family maiisioii; nn nin phitheatro of woods cnclosed tho plautod fiolds, lbrming a green ciirve in tlio distanoe, stopping where tlie river hetiutifully elear, caine in with iis graoeful flow at the foot of tho oak, ono Imgo branch of wliich looked at itsown glos...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 27 March 1838

Thooutcast ltriJe threw licrficlf in intoino and truinblingjoy lioiidc liini. '1 havo hnd Htranpo drenmn, my hivo, Iiosaul, drawing lior guntly down towiirdshini, 'I nm J?""1 ' Ellcn could not spcuk; hI.o laidl.or liuuil on ,w bosoni, sobbing ir. oxccsh of Iwppinom, nnil Hnnrj . l ......... l,..r nim CJongressioiiaB. Corroepimdoucc of lliu N. V. Express. Washington, Marcli 13. The lottord Irom Wuhiiigtoii ihis ovomng will nll tull voii, with undoubted tnitli, tlmt tlio grenteat Bnoccirovor mado in llm United Stnto, or perl.nps in anv public nsscnibly, has to-day, in concltision, bcon mndu by Mr Webslor. Tlio mnnnorof saying, ns woll ns whnt wns said yestorduy, was soomingly tlio pcrfeolion of tlio cxhibition of tlio powcrs oi human grcntiicss. But to-day Mr Webslor has sur paasnd not only tlio great bpccch begitn yosterday, Imt all liis foniior nlHirtH, nil excopting ovoii lus famuus roply to llayno of South Carolinu. Tlio ImfUiigo of" eulogy muy justly bc oxhaustud in Hiioukitig tl...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 27 March 1838

Mn. Emron: Tho Wliig Convontion, holdon at Danville, 011 tho 15th inst., tho procoo'dingB of which woro publisliod in llio Inst Caledonia!), do Bcrvos somotliing inoro than u paning notlco. TJio dny soloctcd oou'(l hurdly lmvo bcon moro unfortunntc. Tlio oxtremo warm wcatlior for aov crnl dnys hnd rondcrcd tlio roads ulmost impassnblo, wlnlu ut tl'o snmo timo it hnd admonishod tlio farm crs of tlio nccessity of improving tlio Benson for inaldngsugnr. But notwithstunding thoso vcry un favorablo circumstnnces, ut lonst Bovonty fivo woro in nttondnnoo,most of wliom woro fromothor towns tlian Danville. , Tlio towns of 13urko, Lyndon, Waterford, St .lolmsbury, Bnrnot, Peacham, Cabot, Hardwick, Walden, nnd Shcfliold, woro spccially roprcuontod, and mostly by furmors and laboring mon. Othor towns would huvo bcon roprcsontud, but failod of recciving notico of tlio mooting. Tho nicoting was ono of unusuul intorost, and a ununimous wish wns exprcssod tliat it sliould bo ndjournod to a soason ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 27 March 1838

Frovi the Christian Keepsakefor 183t3. ABOW INTIIE CLOUDS. Frail nrcli ! yot bcnutifu! ns frnil ! Soon must thy gloriuu's Jiucs turn palo, And fuintand sad oach tinted ray Will fado liko earthly joys nwny. Rich fiogmont of tlioshivcred light, Why dost tliou comc to mock our siglit, And tcncli the hoart a new distress, By tliy most flcoting lovolinosa ? Hush! murmurcr, liush ! tliougli frnil thatbow Which in tlio cloud dolli swcctly glow, It soals a promiso that rcmuins More strong tlian adainaritine chnina; Moro lnsting tlinn tho rock bourid cnrth, VVIioso first destruction gavo it biith; O tlie bricf boauty of that sign, Hovv sootbing, strcnglhoning, how divino. Swcct pledge or hope ! from tliy brighl scroll Fresb tidings gliston for my soul, Ol incrcy, linked witb trulh and power, To cheer us in lifo's anxious hour! Yet nevcr glcams tlio sun clud licad Savo when tlio liglit cloud falU in mist; And, ah ! wilhout tlio tcnrs wcshed, Hope's radient for.n could no'ur e.xist 1 But, lo! ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 3 April 1838

jf33.r A. . CMABWICK. V MtumCARmRFUUa TEItMS Tiik Cai.kdonian ivoeklv at S.OO por anmim, or ndvanco. II" payinont is mndu witliin six montlia froin tlio timo ol snbscribins it will bo considcrcd is ndvanco pay. No pupor will bo disconu'nuod until till nrroaragcs aropaid, cxcopt at tho option of tho publishcr. GpAdvortiscinonts will bo insartcd frr tho cus toinnry priccs. Pcrsons aro rcqncstcil to stato Ibo nuniborof wuoIjb thcy wisli tlioir ndvertisoinonts pnblisbcd, otliorwisc tlicy will bo insoftod till for bid and churgud nccordingly. CoNOREs.sioNAri Tkmpkranck AIkktinci. On tlio 27th of Febnmry last oecurrcd tho Aimual Alocting of tlus Congressional Tenipcranco So cioty.at which Alr Buckinoiiaji of England was prescnt. From a lengtliy and ablo specch mado by himon tbo occasioii, wo mako tho following cxtracls : Mr. President : though 1 Imvo rcason to con grntululo myself on being iiululgod with tbo priv ilcgc of scconding thu motion uow beforo you, I cannot butil njply rcgret tb...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 3 April 1838

. lwuaAl.. '..!..! ...i.t'.nn. h,i hflttfi n hnrmontmifl nml frionilly nsthe aonator nupposrd. Ho thn finuinorntod tho r nn.l nnnrntinn. 111)011 illrt l'OntO Bill, diirina tho discussion of which uieasriro, iJr Cnlhoun Puid, Jio wi cnmpallcd lo rnoot tlte Soi.ntor foot to font.-upou tho TurillV wlmm llio imniu olnso nud cxoitoil oollibitui took plncn Mr Cnlhoun thari went on to comment upon W wXtor's ron.arhs mad- in lh form of ,.t. npponl, whero Mr Wcbslor Suirl Mr Cnll.oi.r. lnft hi... nnd victory. ir. Calhoun snid thi roroorlc wbj nn- 5 'Mr'vVob-iior. It wusdulibcratuly mndo. Tho eonfc8ion, conllnuod Mr C.dhm.n, on nn uortnnt ono. K l had gono t.j litm whon victory wn" n tho reuoh of his party, I should havo ubnn .loned uiino,-tho Statoi UigliiB pnrty,-and givon UU i tho victory. 1 nhould hnvo ubandotiod tho 'I'nnn to tho Turiff party, und to tho uiiainics of tho Stntea Itights party. ., , Mr Calhotin tliun vont on Mill to urguo tlmt tle oMiiicnn o tho Senator und tlioso of hiuiB...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 3 April 1838

andcalmly boar tl.o lusb of our opprowor-. Is it nsUod wliy Vnn Buron sliould bo bo anxious foMbi "nciuura ? It i oasy to oonceivo. His snl urv ond tliewloryof ovory nflicor in tho govera iit would bo troblod in valuo, Instcad ofiocciv c"5000n yoar as at prcsont, bo would in ofibct "'8 ftfn 375000. In addition, tho wholo curroncy filio couulry ly thoprovisions of thatbill would be, uridc his control; and bo would bo u poorer uiwJ ITloro Jioncatpolitir.inn tban lio bas hcrotoforo bhosn (uinseir, if bodid not mako it avoilablo to fiy.ing liiusolf und purty sofirmly in tho officosof tho gov ornmont, that tho pooplo, though ground to tho. dust by his opprcssion, could nover rout him. Agnin, it is woll undcrstood that Vnn Burcn nnd tho luad ors of his pnrty,avo largo propriotorB of bnnlr atock, and this mcasuro would bo diroolly culcujatod to bonefit thoin. It is woll known that ownors of bank stock nre gonernlly woalthy mouoy loiadorn, and though bnnke woro outiroly dostroyod, thcy coul...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 3 April 1838

POETKY. INTIMATIONS 01' IMMOnTALITY ITOM NATUHK. IIV K. V. DANA. "Oh Iistcn, ninn ! A voico witliin usBponka tho Flnrlling wod, 'Man thou shalt riover dio !' Colcstinl voicos Ilymn it nroimd our bouIb : nccording Jinrps, By nngol fingors touchod when tho rnild stars 0 morning sang tngothor, eound Tortli Ftill Tiio song of our gmat imfnortality ! Tliick clustcring orbs, and ihis our fair doniain, Tho tall dnrkmouiilnins, nnd tho dccp-toned stms, Join in this sploinn, univorsal song. Oh, liston,yo, our npirits ! drink it in From all tho nir. 'Tis in tho gontlo moonlight ; 'Tis flonting in Dny's sotting glorica ; Night, Wrapt in horsublo roho, withsilent stop Coraes to our bed and broathcs it in our oars : Night nnd tho dnwn, bright dny and thoughtful ovo, All titno, ull bounds, tho limitloss expanso, As ono vnst mystic in8trutnont,,nro touched Dy an unsocn, living tiund, and conscious chords Quivor with joy in this groat jubilco ! Tho dying hear it; nnd as sounda of earth Grow dnll nn...

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