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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 28 December 1841

II. 23EI,Ii,.-..Eclitor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY. VT. DECEMBER 28, 1811. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 34. I. Tlirs PAPril AT.K PUBLISnr.D THE Pl'BLIC Okdkks, Rusolutioxs, Laws, Public Tl'.EATIT.S, ECT. OF TUE TIsiTED STATES, BV AUTHORITV. The Pejpix's Press is prhledin thc Brick Building JVorlh eadof theBridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by Khom all ordersor pnnliug uoons, 1 amplilels, Bills. Cards. S,-c, of every descriplion,teill be neally znd fashionMy execuled, at zhorl nolice. J TFRMS OF THF "SIXTH VfH TTMT? Viltape subscribers, ....... Mailsubfcn'jcrs, ...... lnJiv'uIuaU and Companies who tike at the ofSce, or 1,50 contd if paid In ex niontlu. Companies onstageroutps, . or 1.50 H patd in fIx innnths. Thosc who tafceof rmtriders, . Compatiis anj lndividuals ofT the routtt . 2,00 5.00 ei,7s' $2,00 1,75 or l.wi, it paid in six montns. optioti of i!ib proprietar. Ko parmenls to Carriersallowcd ci. ceptordcrcu uy tne piopnclor. nclor. All cotnm jnications inustbe addrcsscd to the cdltor t'ohT Piid ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 28 December 1841

co nsiderafion, and Ihat the Legislature should MlemnIyreoIvc to pay neither principal, nor in lerest, nor any part thercqfqf any such bands. "Rcsolved, That thc Stato Bank and branch t'S should be compelled to resumc specic "pay nicnfs at the earlicstperiod practicablc. "Itesolved, furlher, That it is Ihe express de sire of ihis meeting, that the next Legislature suspcnd tho further payraent of the State Bonds, both principal and intcrest, until the State is belier able to pay; andihal the Legis. lature 7ay notax upon thepeople beyond tehal is neccssary to defray the nel expenses of the State Govcrnmcnt. "Resolved, Tbat if tho legislature docs not not grant rclief at a very early day of the scs sion , that ve will asscmblo at this place on Chrismas day, detcrmined that our public offi ccrs, through force of public opinion, shall rc sign their tliffcrcnt trusfs reposcd in them by us. "Rcsolved, That if any of our public offi cers, when the call is made, refuse to resign, we will hol...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 28 December 1841

Coasiiiution in tbat State. It the year -..tbc colonies havins succcssfullr resisted the auinor itv oflhe Brilisli crown. and n dissolution o i rjav- .rnm.nl hoInrr lol.n' td ConCrCSS 3UVISCU hc Colonies toadopl for 'l'eraselves. rpecnveiy iUch a fortn of governraei.t as should be?t con. 1 SUi their wn Inppiocssand safety. In P" of thii iecommendati:.n. mot or tbe -iioceeded to forra Constitulions. tlie fi'si dnce ta Kumce omei pioceeueu w iuhu J - - - . wiitten Constitulions ;thrit were ever lorme Tfnw it nnnlil be no morc rntional to concIuae tlnt iliese first JtiventeJ pilitical machines were rfeet ai not lo beruicep'ible of improvernent, than it would be to conclude that the machtnes first invenied and Crt constructed by Hargrave end Arkwripjhi, for spmnini wool and rotton were to pcrlect that thev could nol be irnproved, Accordwglv ve find that theeCnnslilutions were crude nroduciions nnd vr rv illv adanted to insurc n wholesome and benrficial administratinn of covcrnmcnt; ande...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 28 December 1841

rust Keceived, T ho Middlebury BOOK-STORE, the fullowing Annuals far I S i2 v:z : Thc Gift; The Token ; The Amaranth ; The Dahlia ; Th2 Hose; and The Gom ; ) 2 T ie Cabinetof Modern Art; ) Splendid Tne Gems of Art ; and The Fo'ECt-ine-not ; London Annuals. ALSO a larsc aSsortmoM of miscellaneou, classical and scboil Book. stalionary $-e., for sj'b cheap for repdy psy. by HAGAR. 27 2m Miduiojjrv N jv. 9, 1311. 84 1. JS. iiA.VF.MPORT & TURMER . r;OULU rcspectfully inform thcir pat- , V ' tl j 1 .1 ", T " 1. . l. , ! j Z roiis. ani wu puuuc cneruiiv, tuui i (. : -iU!i'ie to receive WOCL at the t'.'j i -iuiie ut cf ihe Middlebury jtanufacturing t u.- i ai.j, to roar.ufacture into Cloths. C'asM. r.. res tr Sa'tineits, white ot culorod Flanneis, tzc. of p' rmanenl coiors and mixes, 1n suit thc t .su.-, on suares or by tho yard, at the optioa Cf :llt- CWC'-.T. liy.il g furnishfcJ with the necessary oppara. us. t J h-.v'.ng in thcir employ competent and a i.f v. o. kmcn, they v.-il! con...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 4 January 1842

II. BELIi,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JANUARY 4, 1842. VOLU3IE VI, NUMBER 33 Ix TIIIS I'AI'ER ake ruBLisnED tiie Pcblic Oroers, Resoltjtioxs, Laws, Fcblic Tjieaties, Ect. of tiie United States. by AirrnoRiTY. The PciiPLE's Pbe?s tJ prinled in the Brick Building North endof IheBridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by xehom all orders for printins Books, PampJtlels, Bills. Cards, Sj-c, ofevery dcscription,eill be neally indfashionably excculed, al zhorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Villacc sutiscribcra, Mallsiil-crib;ra, ...... lndivitluafe nntl Companlcs who lake st Ihe officr , or 1,50 cent if jiaid Irrsii montlis. Companlca on gtae rnuleff, .... nr 1,50 II patd in elx montlis. Tliose who lake of Pojtriders, Compatiies and intllvhliials ofl the route nr 1.30. 1T naid in six montlis. 32,00 2.00 81,74, Sl.75 82,00 1,75 No pipers discontinufil until arreara'cs arc patd, eiceul at tlic oplion ot lil pmpneior. iio paymcmaio vanicrsattuwcu m. ceptor 'ered l.y tiie pioprietor. , ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 4 January 1842

S2z .MUTINY AND MBHDER. Our cornmunity was llitowa inlo considcra l:c (.xcitcrnent ycstorday, by tho arrival of llio bng Crco'c. uit!i llia inieiligcr.ee that 135 tlnvrs on Uoard had risen, in thc vicinity of tho ishml of Abaeo. inurJered a pns'sergfr, se-crc-y uoiiiidcd llic Capiaiti aiid furccd tho Vessel inlo NasKiu, New Provtdcncc, whcrc most of ihu !jvm ivcic sct at lib'jrly by thc British iu I'.oririt s. V: h.nc li.c parliculnrs of this our mgef'iomMr Gnddurd. thc forinor mulo, and i.ow w nnstrrs of tlie Creol'.1, and gives tliom jis hrhrfly as po:b!p. Thc Crcule, C.ipt. Eiiion, Ilichir.o.id, stiiled frtsmtiul port foi New Orleans on thc 27th of Ot-iulx r, nith a cnrgo of tobacco, four passcn tjers, nn 1 one Imii'lrci nnd thiriy-fivijslavcs At S cj'clocU on t!ic evouing of Sun Iny, thc Sl.'i uIiItjio i!h; Cnptain supposcd himsclf to bc in I'.ic iciiiisy of Abnco, nnd huvc the b ig !o. l iiiuc o.'clot lc tho hiavis commenccJ ilie at xwk hy sho'ding iMr Godihrd, lho mav, in chnr...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 4 January 1842

dcrsigned lo bo unnntural nnd inconvcnicnt and such as is not likcly to promoto the besl interests of Ihc country. The prcbablc cfi'cct cf tho ftituro opemlion ofthc act of ieS3 upon Ihc manufactures and ihechanical tradcs of thc country, particulafly if no hcme valuation bo fcund, makcs thc in quiry tooimportant lo bc ovcrlookcd. lt is fully acknowledged that all dutfcsUiould bc laid with priniary rcference to revenue ; and ii is admitfcd, withnut hcsitation or rcscrvc, tha( no mcrc moncy thould bc raisedj under any pretcr.cc hatcVcr, Iban such an amounl as is licccssarv for an cconomical administration of thc Government. But wilhin these limits, and as incidentalto thc raising ofsuchreve nucs ishi'av bcabsolutcly ucccssary. At isbe. hcvf:d that diserimination may bc made, and imnr.sml in such manncr as that.whilo no part cf prolcction will bc cxtcndcd to thc labor nnd Jn.liitrv of Ian?o masscs of thc pcople ivhile thc who'.e countrv willbc rendcredmorc prcsperous in pcace, and ini...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 4 January 1842

Just JReeeived, yjT the Middlebury BOOK-STORE, tho following Annuals for 1842 viz : The Girt; The Tokcn ; The Amarantli ; ThqDahlia; Tha Itose; aad The Gcm ; T:he Cabinct of Modern Arl; 2'he Ge.ns of Art ; and Thc Forget-mc-not ; 1 -3 Splcndid London I Annuals. ALSO a large assortment of miscoflaneous, chfesirul and school Book, slajionary SfC, for sale chcap for rcadv pav, bv J. riAGAR. M.d.i.ebury Nov. 0, 1841. 27 2m 18 4 1. I1N0FACTURING. DAVEHPORT & TURI1ER 1 K-TGiJLD resuectfullv inform their nat- Vf rons, and lho public cnnerally, that lhey will conlimie to rcceivo WOCL at thc cstabiisnraent of tlie Middlebury rianufacluring Compar.y, to nvanufucture into Clollis. Cassi. mprcs or Pnltinetls, whiteor cnlored Flanneis, &c. of pcrmnnont colors and mixes, to suit lhe tasic, on sharcs or by the yard, nt the option of lho owncr. P.eing furnishcd with the necessary rppara. us, ard having in tlicir croploy competent and ai 'iful worknien, they will continuc to improvc tho va'a...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 11 January 1842

JC0 ' lc 0 H. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT: JANUARY 11, 1842- YOLUME VI, NUMBER 36 I:r Tii:s paper asb rnnLisiiED tiie Pcraic. OnnnRS, Rksolutio:;s, Laws, Pubuc Tkkatics, Ecrr. of tiiu United States BY ATJTHOKITY. The I'eopi.s'i Pre?s is prinled in the Brick Building JVorlh endof Ihe Bridgc, by El'HRAIM xM.XHAiM, b'jicham allorders for prinling Books, Pamphlels, Billi. Cards. Sfc., of ecery descripliontxeUl he nealbj i:id fashionabbj execuled, al short notice. TERMS OF TIIE SIXTH VOLUWE. Villapc subcribera, . lailsubcriusrs. lnJiviJuaU and Comp.mlcs who take at inc ofiict, or 1,50 cenl if paid i!i eix oionllis. Ct.nipantcoiiet.-igi.-routi's, .... r I 51) irpaid iu fiix montljs. Thisc u-lm uJt fif riirij(fiv, ... Coai;n:tii-s ail.I Iritlividu.-i'j ofl" the route nr 1.5J, if inid iu six innntli. $5.00 9.00 81,75, 51.75 S2.00 1,75 NoptpilifcnitiiricluaiilanKirascsarepaid, ciwot at the o.i n nftV :MprkT)r. Sn iavineiits to L'amcrealluwed . cppto'd;rI by ptopricttir. AH...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 11 January 1842

stanccs, but have icstructed our officers to treat your people wiih all proper respect; ifyouare cot ple.ised with our course, you have your rera edy in war. We sfaajl give ourselves no furiher trouble in regard to this maltcr, but leave you lo deirrmine whether vou will iiibmit or raist." Such in effecl, is tlie Itnguase, and such ihe tone of tlie "Mistressof the Seas'' such ihe juslicc and meganimlty ttt a Nation in the Nine leenth Century, adruiiteJ to be the most powerful in the world, to one wha has given every evi- acnce 01 i sinctie aesire 10 preserve unbroken ibose amicable relations, which ii is so nalnablv tlie interest ol' both governments to cultivjte aadi perpetuale. We will nnt indulge ia any prediclions of the . reso't; but w say 10 all engajed in comtnerce. do not be lulled into the beliet ihat England will leccde From her position. We know too well the feelings of the American people, to believe tliat any portion of ihem can be lound willwg lo t-ee our flag disgrace...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 11 January 1842

kindleionbolh sides of the Atlantic, which ullthcarlsof diplomacy will not be able to cxtinguish. TIIE SrlBIT OV TIIB AGE. Wc last wcek endeavored lo convinco our readcrs that locofocoismthroughout theUnioti was openly and vociferously opposed to pro lcction csccpt in Vermont, whcre a lurking hcililiiv among thc leaders was hushed under a fcar of thc people, who without distinction cf parly navc evcr een 'ts suPPorlcrs- But ns it to put cur moderation on this snbjcc'. to thc blush, just as we had laid down our pen, thc SpiritoJ the Age, alcadingloco paper urintcd at Woodstock, comes to our pcrusal, blowing against the tarifT, such a lempest of odious cpithets and foamingreproachcs, as inc edilor dccmsadcquate tounsettlethe verycor rcr stones of tbe whole system of protcctron. and cxpunge thc last vistage from the slatutc bcok. This rccreantson of Vermont unblush ingly cchoes the inanity and rancor of thc Globc, Amos Kcndall and their kindred in N. Hampshire and the south, talks as n...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 11 January 1842

Re&eived, AT the Middlt-bury .21- BOOK-STOR E, i!ih fnllon-ir.t; Annnals far 1S42 viz : Thc.Gift; The Token; Tr.e Amaranth ; The Dahlia ; Ths Itose; and Uhs Uabinct of Modcrn Arl; ) Splcmlid "hu Gems of Art and Lyndon T'.e Forget-rnc-r.ol ; ) Annuals. LSOa Kirge assortm"nt of niiseeltoneou, -XI nd sehonl Book". smiionary J-c. for .!o cL'cnp for rcatiy pay, ly r J. HAGAR. Mida.uburj Nov. 0, IS1I. 27 3m 1841. riiNPFACTURlNfi. DAVEHP0RT&TU.1MER '"rOULL rosjifctfullv infor.u their pat j V rons. and ihc public generally, that " w:;i ronlinuu to ruceivo WOOL at the r-shment of :'no Mtddk-bury Maiiufacturing .ny, to maniifacturu into Clotlis. C'assi. . .ts or SaUino'.ls, white or colorod Flanneis, . of piTtienent colors and mixus, lo suit tlio . , .:i shares or by the yarJ, at the optiou of c. fr. 3- .ii'i l'uin!shG-J wilh ilio ncccssary sppara. u-, ' luving ia ihcir cmp'oy compctent and . t.,i j! oii'mei), ihcy will continue to iinprovo tas -s!jb and stvlc of their eooda. inlendin...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 18 January 1842

JwwpkPttra II. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JANUARY 18, 1842- VOLUME VI, NUMBER 37 Is TIIIS l'AI-EIt AHE FUBLISIIED TIIE PuBLIC Orders, Resolutions, Laws, Public TrEATIES, ECT. OF TIIE UxiTED STATES, BY AUTHORITY. The Pe.iple's Pnn?s is prinled in the Brick Building JS'orlh endof thcBride, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by xehom all orders for printing Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards. Src, of everij descriplion,xeUl be neally zndfashionabbj exeeuled, al short nolice. TEKMS OF THE S1XTH VOLUME. Vlllage subseribcra, $2.oo 2.00 81,75, Indiviilualsnnd Companleswhol.ilccatthcoakc or 1,50 cciiU if pald in six momlu. maii suiwcriwrs. Coinimnlw nn stace rntitisi, 5175 r tl pald 111 six mnnllis. Thrcse whu talrtnr Pmlridrri, . ... $3,(10 Coiup-viies and Indfridual off tlie route - . 2.75 nr 1.50. if paid in six-tiiontlis. Ko paiKrM disconiinaR. until aneara-es are pald, exccot at the ojition ortln- prnprielor. Ko pa.vmciits to Uarrlereallowcd cx. ceptordend by the pinprlelor. All eiiai...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 18 January 1842

Constitution of Alnbama, which ia in thc fullow iiig words: ' The General Assembly, whenever two Ibirds of each houso shall deem it necessary, may propoaa rnendments to thia Coustitution; which proposed aaiendments shall be duly published in print at Ieast three raonths before the ncxt general election of Rep- resentatire, for the coDiideration of Ibe people, and it ehall .be the duty of the several returntog officers at tbe next general election which shall be held for Rep rescntatirai, to open the poll for. and make a'relum f the Secretary of State for tha titne being, of the nimes of all thosc votmg for Represenhtives who liic vntrnl nn bTird nmnrwml ttmaml ma-kt... I - C l 1. ii 41. . thoreupon lUball appear tbat a m.jor.ty of all the citizens of this state, votmg for ReprenenUtires have voted in favor of such ' proposed amenJments: ?nd t.vo thlrdj of each House of the ncxt General Assem bly shall, after snch aa election, and bcforo another, latify thesarae amendments byyeas and...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 18 January 1842

Montpelier, and Cbandler of Brattleboro', re formcd inebriatesj In the course of the mceting. the following resolutions, among others of which we were unnble to obtain a copy, were odopted : i Resolved, Thatii.isconvention rieonitnend to ibe friends ofTempemnce, the withdrawal oi pat tonage frcm thosc iwbo will contmue the traffic in intoxieatin? diinfcs. Resolved That from informalion communica ted to this convention. there is abun Jar.l evidence torejoice in the present and recent progrssi.f Tempersnce. Resolved, That intcrnpcrance is a national evil. frightful frcm its extent, destructive to personal happincss, and dangtrous to the pernionency of our repuhlican insti'tutions. Resolted, That this society view with nppro bation the organization of juvenile Ternperance Societics, and the early enlistment of children in thr Ternperance cause. Reso'.ted, That the Central Board ofManagers be directed to take measurcsfor enlislingatleast 20.000 rccruiis for the eolu watei army, to be in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 18 January 1842

C. HiLL 7"OULD infprm, hls customers & ttm'i.nhlif. ili.it he has iusi received his l out or which hewill raanuracture, !and keep constantly on hand, or niske 10 ordcr,.on short nouce, tlie f..l'0'.vins: ailicles, viz : . SrAdles, Bridhs, MarlingaU.CiupelAkgsandVa Uce. brass andcoppcr fiwels; b renthandcenlcr, folio, bng tnp and common plain TIWJNKbo various ducriptions ; comnwntplam, double and sin-lejapaned, tinned. brass and nU vrrniounuS HARJYESSES ; Curled Ilair ; India rubber Cloth ; Palent Leather; or.tn, polished andround B ELL S; A'ca'fi'font OU; Curry Combt, Horse Cards and Brushes ; and a K'-od assorlmenl of Whxps and Lashes. He would alo infortn the Saddle and HarneM Makcrs iu ti.is vicm-ty. he has jurt received a ood aseonment of Saddlery, j aiid-ayarb, Coach-lacf. and all kindsof Carriaqe Irimrr.mgs, I... tvill 4.nll rliH.iii fnr pnsh. Genllemen wsnin? to purcnase any oi mc abive nained atlieles, will p!ase ctfll at hls old siand ls door north of the Court House, a...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 25 January 1842

H. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JANUARY 25, 1842. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 38 Ix THIS PArrii AHE rDBLISIIED TIIB Public Ohdeiis, Rcsolutions, Laws, Public' IflnATIES,Ecr. OF T1IE UxiTED STATES, by AtJTnoniTr. The People's Pnnss u printedin lhe Brick Building JVorlh endof the Bridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM. byirhom all orders for prinling Books, Pamphlels, Bj'Wj. Cards, 4-, ofcvery descriplion,cill be neally vidfashionably execuled, at shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Vlllage subscribers, MailEubscribcrs, . " lndivi.!ual3 and Compinles who lake at ihe office orl,50 ccnts if paid in sU montns. ' Companics on siage rontcs, or 1,50 il pald in ex mcnths. Those who lake of i'ostriders, Companles and individuals ofl" thc route " $3,00 5.00 91,74, 81,75 $3,00 1,75 NopadiscoriUnucdunaiarrearagcsarepaid, except at the ebptordcredbyttepTopricior. All communications mustbe addresscd to the edltor Post Paid AGMCULTURAL. EMIGRATION. A few days since, vc noticed tho arrival of thc H...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 25 January 1842

tcn ro ibe Sputli t';f n, lo dinfouraz our manu faciares and scek to thruw ilie cotintry into dc nendence Dn England fui clollis 1 lf tiiis comnelition of our neonle with foreisn- cr m buying the crop and furnishing supplies of manulactured gonds, sbould be put an eno io oy channs in trade. the truth will U'en be realizcd, that ilie South baj not been ihe beneractress sup pngcd, but hasnceived fair equivalents for every thing. It will be found tbat there is truth in the remaik of an old Virpinian, who aid afier indulz ing in some expressions of wrath against ibe Northern States : Still they can do better w ith- (tui 08, tban Tve can do wiihoul Ihera." 27th CONGRESS 2d Session. Monday, Jan. 10. SENATE. An unusual number of memo rials. all strqngly remonstraling ngaiast the repeal or postponemenl of the bankrupt liw, wore prnaenled by jlleisrs. niansum. i-v Clav, TPhiie. Bates, Berrien. Choate. Tall. mndgo, Hendcrson, Benton, Young, Porter, nnd Simmons. AUn. Mr. Prenliss presented the...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 25 January 1842

inT, and cams forward and signed tho pledge nublicly. Whcn his naroe was anexed, it wasgreeted with marks of approbat.on, ra.n cle with not a little surpnse. 8 He aflcrwards favored tho mect.ns . h one of the most bcautiful and touch.ng addresses, Wli.te.ud to or, fathe 0f the F,r h1 .Se is dcstined to be so bright couatry to wh ch hc w T fe to b- mort earnestly hoped. that T MarsbaU may have the fortitude to adhefe to the prcsent determination. SUMMARY. Tnt PcBPOsn or PexnsylvaMa. The follow in icsolatior. nn ihesubjectofrepudiaiion was Urodueed into the Seaate ol Pennylvan.a on ihe Gih. and read, considered aud adopted wilh ., .liccpnl'n:? voice : Hesolce h by Ihe Seaate and House of Rtpre- j .enlave,. That the l.ilh a..d crcdu ... Peasy -. on. the 5ih. John Si'rohm (Whig) was elected Sp'eaker of the Seoate. James R. Snowden was elected Speaker ofthe House. The elec tion of Snowden is considcred to be. an anti Porter triumph. " ' The Message. A Ietter from ahighly re spcctablo sou...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 25 January 1842

c. HILL, WOULDinforra his custsmers n.l t).P .mblic. that he has n&&3r WINTEB STOCK. p.,.v,.,.!, ! tvill manula I and kesn constanlly on -iauj, ui make to urder, on short noticc. Ihe Q following atticles, viz : Saddles, Bridies, JiIarlinSals,Carpet-br.gs and Va Uio, b ass cnd copper Jliccts; Freneh dccnler, folio, bag-top ttnd common plain 1 llUNK.boy earions deszriplions ; common, plain, dauble ar.d sindejapaned, Immd. brass and sil v.rmnunlcd IMR.YEiSSES ; Curlcd Hair; India ntbber Clolh ; Palenl Lcather; open, polished and round B EL L .VectVbof Oil; Curry Combs, Horse Cards and Brushes; and a & od assortment of lrkips and Lashes. He uvuld alo infuru the Saddlc and Harness Makws ii ti.is vic.mty. he has just received a ,..! rnr.mmt nf SaDDLEKY, HARD-WAnE, ( oAcn-LAca and .11 kindsof CarriaZe trimmmg,, , which he willsell cneap 10. casn. Gentlenvn wisbing to purchase any ol Uie above namcd arliolcs, will pb-nse chII ct his old stand litdoor north of the Courl Ihuse, an...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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