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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 7 December 1841

II IB IB A IL QD 0 - VOL,. XI PAP EUS DEI.lVEItED AT THE llOOK-STOKE-.-IIUSINKSS TKANSACTEI) IN THE OITICK. NO. -19. H. T. WHITE & L. T. GUERNSEY, TUESDAY. V EC 12 Mil 12 (t 7. 1811. PUBLISHERS & PROPRIETORS- inge beggars; them is a way Tor oil J along through the world. The more wo to eucli people the more wc rilttT IMVC llllll lllll.'dl. ll in li.rtuiinti-i I... t .1. I . I I 1 I i i ivlni .,w.ri.. ... r.i .111 . .7 "!. mi, iiiiii ii iiu:u in H-nri. iinii sue out 't-mcnmirrti, m nor what proofhnte we oflhe poverty about which affords ma mora real pleasure now t ho con- !i,.o of prosperity, that surest of nil c..lc. fl . a . I a .. . ' Do to unto other as )c should (In unto von. would that other we hear mi much complaint Ifl vtcro ccr- cinu ol having done this art, when I think of tain that there is renl need, I might he innm:- the joy it pave ilmc people, than it would to i c" J !?'-' hut I will not encourage indolence ; possess all the wealth of CrrestK.' ! and with her I...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 7 December 1841

DEVOTED TO POLITIC-THE NEWS OF THE DAY GENERAL DISCUSSION AGRICULTURE BIOGRAHPV TRAVELS LITERARY, MORAL, UEUGIOUS AND M1CELLANE0US READlXci Ilk iB H- w 1 w I I "Hill nfTeruofl hi ttcn titti smtwr, gMm sod lomrtrr mtlrtt, miner, snd it ! oors tta ri I f w-vtil (union ))i t'bris Uoti r4ls r.r litif Umfltrtft rosier ml one tkf trt ssntknifrt sr riprtl ie mjrM dutwg slrrp to tli rir al mrrrty. Irwtn ft. on a note la ss.ir$ htt hvd b-n serldernuHj l.ndlrd. TIk-J ssi-rc UsUi most n-n-retr tlfrowlj IK Isticr with sslt t1ki, ssbicrb tJaied ib lot of all hi teeth . the tor met wtth .bVioc ti MhtfhlsMst his nkolt life. W nj be MiiniHrJ to hope that ibs&t gmtvraiKms fnl it bs LOore wc hll wM-f- pJ1niv-lr into the mnu(rtue of UtwailKlr of !? afwi luiurr which sir -riiKd l u crut a rrifH-c nf human hf and )itijnr,r Mr, who air -Bp;irrd In MlrcnnR mir t m Kng'.ind arid Kraoce, where iha Urpe msnu ftciureri art r-tuUlihe-d. are rtMi-flr Italian, and are s ijxjwd both by inlijUtem atK) lourh to...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 7 December 1841

DEVOTED TO POUTICS-TIIE NEW8 OF TUB DAY GENERAL DI8CU86ION AGRICULTURE BtOGRAfHY TRAVELS LITERARV, MORAL, RELIGIOUS AND M ISCELL NEOl'SRE A DING ' r ihe time of Mwwmriit, ami at the time of sale "u ' All f 'tKmal iaIcliablflo taxation thull. i j n the raw enumerated in the following wc. I a.v-sd to the person who oxxiied the mnie Sec IB, When any penvn shall ta unrated, as tniaee, guardian, executor, or isdministrxxtor. thn a-'-K-swnmt to made stall be m in the list semrale from ht individual ftswsnncni, and with the addition at Ut stall 1 an inhabitant of tin SuteaMiMLW m hn r,r.,..i .i J.T "i.TTi i .turn, in hit rrnrrwntniire character, stall ta Std from the value of the personal tstate nxi I htm in such ctararinr nti TjjjgSA - hi:c 10, in casc the owner of any unoccupied renl eUte liall lc unknown to the n!or?, the same shall le w m the list, either in the name of the original grnntir, or by Mich other description as in the judgment of the assessor shall best designate th same. S...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 7 December 1841

tfsr. -w I.U TO POMTK -TI4JJ NEWS DKVori; IT on sate H tbt asrenrntxr tn itiMMUt ifnrn, in elegant Owner I). 11 rnw. Ktriiar.4. Nor so. I Ml. slt'Ll'I (nuit in t.and a lit aMUncnt of i - -. i.. ...... ele A. I s T'rur wti eaie irvrt, vw h a touli pet . r. toji trfaiiUMMft. A4 V i. ' Paper end 111 V Rouli, ronsuejily on htni at ut sUMe re. Milt Village 18 40 II. Henderson, .v co Jl I M VA I, I A sr It V TI i; Th. 1 an S. Hut. " bcr uf Vi cat Mumi . is agent fur J I . ic ul A' r .l.am PiracoU' Premium Bass aivJ I) '.,c Hi lain. " !ili.n, and Srrapluns, made tt f'' N' II w'.i-li Ihe tsl jutges arc pro Di.l inl tut !! int others itrSnufa (ui rd iti llie ccifry. ano l-e foiois'ied to individuals or aorie Ilea at he mamifas tt,n-r's tn , m1 warnmed. All vtaetk .. 'romui'Uali'Hit'J r ted lo VA aihngf"td Vl. w, tc riie immediate ato iitiiHi. 3m 18 H lbvi 8 itusr IJiar A N1in lia- jt irH-iioi .V) IxMoa S JJ it tilj, of 4itfinl Mtci aii cUl(llr, ft SulMbu- of silf llnriit. 1i r A Moon hate fo...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 14 December 1841

ui iff m ii f w mmm m m m a il ie VOli. XIiVII.1 PAPERS DELIVERED AT THE BOOK-STORE. BUSINESS TRANSACTED IN THE OFFICE. NO. 50. II. T. WHITE & Li. T. GUERNSEY, Tuesday. iixi:mhi:i: 14, is 11. PUBLISHERS As PROPRIETORS. JOHNY SANDS. K rain w bona nsme wit lohny Sands jltii nitncd Hetty Hague,; ,. , iIiourIi sho brought hlui cash and lands, 1 el ptor d a shocking plague. . ft s'ib wss quite n scolding wife, Yu t of caprice, nnd whim: !f iii'J tint I10 mi tired of life, lixt she was tired of hlin. Sit V. ' then 1 will drown myself, tl rircr runs below is she, 'pray do J011 elf, 1 ih'd It long ago.' ,-'ai.U.e 'unnn the brink upright 1 ,, 'ati'l . run down the hill, A il tuh me Hi with all your might; Sn.l she, 'my lovo I will.' , "( , for fear of cotiraqo I should lack, ' nl try to tsreiniy lifo, Pear no niy hands hehinil my back, ' I will,' repliod tho wife She tieJ them fast a you may think. And when secutcly done, Now go, she cried, uX)ii tho brink. And I'll prepare to run. All d...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 14 December 1841

V .AGnicuirmiE-BioGKri. AND MISCELLANEOUSUKADINg DEVOTED TO roUTlCS THE NEWS OF THE HAY GENERAL DISCUSSIO.Y- jr I Hi PRESIDENT'S MESSAQE. ' ' i In coming tjtibfT. C Iliw-eitiiii, to enter opiin tirrm the dichf iri t1 tV duties with whKh the i 'to-' j4e hate chsftd tis, n-vrrslly, we find rrrut occa-j won to rejoic m ine gm- ral pio perky o? llic wmii-J try M e nit in thr rnfuv infill of all ti bewitf nr. aril tl ft-liK) lilrty, mill nm-xninpiVd ineulH tednc-ttxm, knowledge,' Kinl improvement Thm' the Vcnr which t ttnvt drawing w a rlov. iwcclias lem in oyr bonlei. and plenty m our Imtiitations : nt I abrVxieh iIimux- hat iuil Mme few portions of the Jain! wwiS 4irm and mortality yi in prtieral the hkh ifih P.nplr hat been preserved, ami we are all called upon. lv the highest obligations of du ty to kww our thank. and our drrotion to our 1 1 v- fiy Parent. lw has rcmunued to twliaafe to iw J in ,,1,, fnny pressing or overrulintr nrcS5i the finmrtrt Mainc hch Hirrouiai us awl who ,v. ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 14 December 1841

lTLJ rQL1T1CS-TliK WW , yjV imond it in Out particular. Fur mytetf, I 4jnn all dettte In hto any control over th public fnrynf i , ether lbn what It indiipeniably necessary, t riecote the law which you may j. Nor can I fail to advert, in this connection, to the it fA which miny oftho States of the Union have oiiWactH abroad, and under which they continue to iUr That indebtedness amount loasum not Iras htn $300,000,000, and which has leen retributed to! Vm. '' ilia most pan, in works of internal Improve, rofot which are destined to prwe oT vast importance ,i wtimtlely advtnctng tliir prosperity and wealth. )' r the debts thui contracts), the .Statca are alone re prmtible. I fan do io more than cipmi the belief t,th Slate will feel itself lioond by every rcmsid traficn of honor as well aa of intcreat, to meet ita en tgenieots with punctuality Tlie failure, however, f f '.t one State to do ao, should in no degree affect the ere'd of the ret ; and tho foreign capiullat will I ire no j'J...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 14 December 1841

DEVOTED TO PONTICS THE NEWS ilu1trtxrvvr ft) 11 A roi'OII Vadf.Mtdtaled. If vou procure Ihe IsMiultre cfe ptrpatrd by Iltuwn, Clx-rail, 461 Waah tter atrrrt. Uuinn ( Yoi cenuine ace that Ide Can- tllHIWW IVm llrrvn. and Uie dllcrtl 'i Hiened Wo ) In rorittr rtxtch. mid, 1ks rsfneaa. sore throat. -rlht tMMiiia .1. J..- J. killU (lift. r w irvni! llVll. fl. , ,, ,m 11,-5 limil , its git en o raurh satisfaction the tst thlnn yeara, of U above pvirpow awl for clearing the vole fur rocs. ,ns arxl public tpcaicts. rj letter cuJonce la wanung e?f i! aupciioiity over all oilier linda of rough iime-airr, uiar, 10 itati iiic loitowing i ertllirate. I here-' r Trtiff that I Hate manufartuicd from rncdl stH droortKM farnlahud by William Blown, ria Irif c( trebly Hf-HtnnJ fmimdi nf lit Compound Hone ft ( andy, and (turn the- present demand, the sales moat tcry tMith irierrasr ihe ron.inj rn. Jauis Hiciiikmo,37& Washington M. There it no longer any dtubt In recommending the slT i the rnot pop...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 December 1841

i IIMlifMlHH lit i i ti II IB IB A IL D VOL.. XL.VII. II. T. WHITE & L. T. GUERNSEY, l01'l!I. Alt WJI.VT WILL MRS GltUNDV SA.V?" a tiuii: btokv Mr ami Mrs Joel Parker were worth' people, w lira sons nnd two daughters, arid a fortune, mod ,ti' Un sufficient nl least it would have been suf v lent if the lady could by nny jiossibility have n.i I i her mind to live for herself, ntid not for her i i?l,Vjr in short, if she could have forliorne to .k on crry occasion, the significant question we lurf idicd at thn head of our Mory. It ha bew wuJ that every body hag n Mrs. Grundy nnnsser. 'I'lHWfirf dispo-ml to dispute, both from personal i i-ri r -e and oWrvntton , but .Mrs. Parker had n liunlr.d Mrs CJrumlys Tompkins, Wntkins, John hhi. Smith their name wan l'mon: nnd. not satis- with her natural and her.ilitary Mrs, Grtmdys, picked up nw ones wherever she went, so that passed her life in ncconlancc with cverv body's pinions and inclinations but her own and lier bus- Ivinds And the mos...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 December 1841

-LITERARY, MORALj 'RELIGIOUS AND MISCELLANEOUSIIEADINQ DEVOTED TO POLITICS THE NEWS OF THE DAY GENERAL DISCUSSION- -AGRICULTURE BIOaRAfllY TRAVELS- idium lo ulul nw wwid by the S'-lrctrnrn, to cents for every fox, killed 'wjtbin thU state, Is hereby pl in lalm atd ttiiOfi in the several high- rersiin war dimirti mtrhfnwn. unler thedimtion of th airvryort pf Mtcli districts VrwdtA 11m if, in h judgment of the fleet mm i f 'bo town, any r.f jir xcreral highway dis trctt cf roeh , irrtvn fhall'nac require .the whoh? i. 'nt r the Us r( fiiuiif frm the grand li;t of thf djtlrrt t- Iw (xtwivhd within fis limit, h shall at pripnld in any ui of mkIi town where the vlKimm shall dirift Appr -t4 Nr P 11 Approved Not. 3, 1M1- , Si An Act. relation to the Sutr Prison. ll It krrtly enaettd hy ike General AttemUy ef tkt State tf r'rrtnont, al follow ; Skj. I. The Genera pro- eral Assembly (hall annually ap point thiee director of the male pilson, Vho shall bate general tutvtion of all business con...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 December 1841

- . Las i . ' I I i i. eT!3hp. .. DEVOXED TO W)L111CSdI, i MlSbaiaV c titr acason than Hut.land b done !n JO or IS "TVw 't f tU ienX lhat has so long held .j,re in the public mind create failh that something e AN' l done even Acre, and lle Rubicon ii passed. We ai ef 't all that others enjo-. flie effeets wi'l 1r.t m every rm and alters ii eierj sentliue I f ,. ,Tmpithy of the public system. The replanting ,j nx-tcd trees, patlng side-walks, mending park wl . repairing dilapidasji building, organising firt TDpnr, founding choo.s, libraries, &c. Ac would nw in as a legitimate r fleet of alt Improvement on V ' rid and comprehensive plan in view, and a grn timntlahen lake plrc of everything calculated u i fnv 'e the public good. )(. men, Inlt rnal imirerrfn ! Hall! median t su, rant, laborers, "f every decription' tnd , nt "me to lhat spirit waking up imnng us. 1 E. f )rc,2l ; 'mintxT' Mtsitoe, 1 a whole, evidently ( ui abetter satisfaction thin wa anticipated. i , ' ,e exception o...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 December 1841

mmr- v - - ' s ... wm 1 DEVOTI.U TO roLITIC THE NEWS KAPOI.EON 8 SACRI1TK OK HUMAN LIFE. Nf rrf wtsthrrt ccoqurrof who fitad inn ranr,r fmht more Iwttlr, at oirttlnrw mir tlirwi. (hat. Nspoltvft. But f ft apprtrtale (He derr and q-uamliy ofbU(-ky wtthovt -NHjMnj the, mnm he pa s teasel and lb triulu wMth tcttxnphisbcd. Eoovrb for our present purpose will f-slred If we t tt lur os Itr Rfie resources of flasu aj.j blood, which be railed into play from it tuptute ol tb pwe of Anwtrs In 1 Wl down to Ijs etsMful e lit. Al that tima he bad, be declared lo Ixrd Wentwonh, o tr my imi foot of tPO.OOO. Hrte follows a detail of the, dlffrrent leTtes made IrMn IWM till IHH (Totil of roan. 3.Wi3,S(lA ) Tlila detail, which li derived fiftn nipole on a oflwul looms, U Monifeur, under the i MTTtral dates, It deficient In the elccss which wis raised beyond tle levies, but even If deduct the J casushtiet as well-aa ib 300,000 mm disbanded in 161ft, weahall I under the mark in atTirmtn that he UuchUre...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 December 1841

t. t . - - rir i n mr i r it m u TRT&Ik&ft IMkHI TRT IR IR A H&A VOL. XI.-VII.1 PAPlttS DELIVERED AT THE BOOK.STOKE.-MWSINESS TRANSACTED IN THE OKKICE. NO. 52. V JI.T. WHITIC &L..T. GUERNSEY, TUESDAY DECEHI11EU 28. 1841. IMTIJLISHEKS A: i'KOPWETORS. s laws r VKieino.vr. KKSOI-UTIONS. Hr i.' " rtluvc'lli ri -cltgtbility uf tho-l'rrsieJriit r.fil.c 1'niti-d Stales. rJ tu thr Senate anil House or Rtvrtienta- mt I ho coiiilihitimi of iho United .Stales sltoutd Hcwluttnns rrlat., to sl.ivrti- r i" - . . ..... ........ r .. - ll I, to men!cJ, as u tcwnci mo impunity in mc i cs i l I oiled Stale In a wnplo men). Jul- '"1' I ''"1 our scnaUin ' l'incic be instruct ,',, . uj representative iciiuoslod, to use their best r!l, ,m,i lii procure in amendment (if ttie constitution , t;t- I 'ntteel Htati-i, in ennformlty with the principle , tame. (time fi tegoing le.iolution. Urn-irri. lint Excellency iho gorcrtior bo re iuelei tnnmiit a ropy of tlio foiCRoina resolutions iu cj )i "...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 December 1841

"' wim' TO POLITICS THE NEWS UF THE DAV GENERAL DISCU83ION AGil.CULTUilE---UIOaRAr.iY thavcu'-i. u t - . . . . ...... t ttMi i?' f lit" if ail 1 . nivmiu - w UEADI.nq 1 -- . a r if i i . gmmm Mi ill km m . . . n iv i w m Treat to my, fa mwH U t Hue rrctvder b- Not wouM calroUtlon hire lcn a Ud one bul for hl roorm Uirvrr Twrrcr , who legal bihty tniMlf him a man U Cxni iintwrtanee to the unt Th- . San. Samh did indr-i-it drsjHM- the Mam mon of ur.ri"Ittftii"w and hwirrly rnt,iri thr gri'Telfing rfcildr-n of tb- wrM hut em Him rery arroutti sin d) ), t ti to Mmrb them from theft Mamnvn. or m na. thir Mammon from them, Hlrrh j nil thr miw She lent nione-y on high in-tere-i and Mrtinty en! wnrkni no dilignitly for thr rslv.itKVi ef th'oe who lorrowrd from her. thst they ite lwn mre to berome poon-r nnd poorer under hr mitiinraiioti ' Blessed air thr It it difficult for us lo brine them up dcccntlv. j up oi in mey grow, tne more they want 'They haic been crowing older all this while. an...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 December 1841

DEVOTBD TO POLITICS-TUB NEWaf.TlIE DAY-GENERAL DISCUSSlON mac sr. j ti-rr s- , the curjr f 1,10 Treiiurr for the detail of to ' l'me'cma Fiscal Agent. h Uic IIoum, Mr. Adarm U Industriously at bit poit Mih trw i lock of abolition petition. The in-jfftuiij- roatufcstril by him In evading the Gag Ian- it tri.ns im irp can It e-t that ran hold lum still l( Ire grin into it. A king and dull discussion ha risen up whether that Htton of lb" president's mrauge te sting t IhetatifT shtll U) cfcite( In (tie Committee of Way ai.d Mein ot lo the Cumilll(- nil Manufactures. Iro. Southern Nnlliften A (' to for ic-feiting it ., i),e f" .liner, with a slew to imfn.e It rt-lusitriy t isis.-ig rcrme t tp)K rt got eminent. Mnii'iane an i writer rnein'iois wish it irfecrvd lu ihe laKrr. that tht firtlttlut ilicj tu American manufacture mtj' hue "i.iJcralin. (C orttsptnJenet ttf the Xew Yorl American.) Wasiiinciton, Dec. 18, 1611. A i In w here, that you look with intense regard l,ijt l Washington, for...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 December 1841

r-TRiVVHlX-LirfcUARV, MO HAL, aEUbWsND WISCtJLLAN'KOl'SUlJMiQ Jn5 DBVOTHI) IOPOLITICS-THE KBWS OF THE DAY GEXKUAL DISCUSSION AGIUCUIrUIlE-lUORIlAIMlY 111 ft .v'r hair. rwu reir I amJir.1 " Iuhe i C. C. )e 200. 141. St I r HI: iirVtirlir of live Hani of KullanrT il,rrr. J. by iwrtifst-d thai u Muml nvsMltsr. for tte rboii.. of I )j lectors will 1 hnWefi at thru Banking Una In HuUabd n five c-ariTot-daT of January rtett. Wirf tlrv I f lit day itfui') lOooi'i. at o u'rttvrk. (Wnrton W. IA(;K,rth Hof.ifxJ, I-rjr,i II ftl I T t'rf. rt'-w. twin n-;-ritHta hT r Hew. tl.r IV ' r fir itr Ihstttci of Pirtar. rmtiitti r i 'i rrrritr. eintf, and at alt rl rnol iVme, S f n twrvirw. j!(iii tbeetvate T PA 1 1 PACK LUMItAllI), lileo' ri IWru-i.dofM.flil, rewrU-Mr Ivml. and il. ail (liym and dr-mii ixit ftvaktbtitt .'wfUtil ihere .u moaiin frwm the 1st day of Iipl it jiliiHll kv miA Aittt (.rlhil mil muni' n.rii-o it ripfTT Hivn nnire imi wo win to th tjta4 ol m k) diiKiiMMtflM at the Iiomm- . i A F...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 January 1842

II. T. , White & L. T, Guernsey, THE HERALD .,1s published and ready for delivery every Tuesday aiiernoon, at mo lormer prices, viz. WHanfc -.ubsffribers, dolivered at their door two dot- -...! . 1 fl . . . . . . I I iars a year man; uoo aouars; iweniy-jive csms aeauc if on In both caaealCnaiil before 1st nf.Tnlv. Irfdi vidiialiTor companies taking papers at the office and companies on stage routs, one dollar seventy-five i cenlsi twenty-five cents deducted if paid before 1st Yt-1 '.'l i. J t . : , 'ii- 1 r. . . i juiy. inuao supplied or pusi-nueis, ii leu ai meir -doors, two dollars if left off the rout in packages, one aouar seveniy-jtve cents, wltn deduction ol twentylive cents it cashed before 1st July. JVht above is fircctschl the former scale of prices, and tn-twu to come toe snail in no care deviate from them . t ' Letters of business will be returned if sent by mail T unpaid, jot work executed on reasonable notice and at just charges. .rU t IIISTOlltCJBJL. Wo .copy tho f...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 January 1842

IK Devoted to politics-the NEWd and trampled upon. But God surclv sent vmi Iuctp.' When Mr. Bates related the. storv of Mnrv's in. terview with John, the- hitmblo and heart Stricken father Wept aloud. 'John is alwa VBVS trvinir to do snmrtlim(T fnr his iiiuuier uiiu sister ; no nns aonc wnat 1 Have neglect' ed to do,' he added in broken words. ' Ha is a bless. .1 l . " i , " , . . " . o - ingto hisWother. Yes, thoso pumpkins were of ins own raising- ina 1 I stole them for mm.' Mr. Smith, since that moment, has been a different man. He often says, ' God sent him the Total Ab- sttninti Pledge,' and what is more, n kind friend to ltiduco him to sign it. And Johnny often declares that whatever his trials may be, he shall never be discouraged again j for it was the luckiest thing, af ter all, tHat those people to whom ho applied, did not uuy ma pmnjiKjii ior ntney nau, ttiary Dates "WUiu UUl J1UVU tUULU 111111 111. GREAT BANK RIOT IN CINCINNATI. Four Smif Plaster Banks tohn down teiv RID...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 January 1842

0 DEVOTED TO POLITICS THE NEWS A LETTER FR.i LONDON. Extract of a letter from a Gentleman to his brother in l'huadclphia, dated London. Dec. 3d, 1841. 'Iam sorry to say, that sickness at tho present uma uuounus m nn parts ot tneso rungaoms to an alarming1 extent, arising out of want of food and clothing, and other calamities. Tho prospect before lis, at tho present moment, in reference to tho np- l . c e.A 11. i i . iiuuuiinijr wmier, is icunuuy naric ana alarming. I never remember a time when England had lcs3 demand for manufactured goods in foreign markets than the present, nor when prices, wero so low, and tho certainty of obtaining money so precarious; nor do I over remember having soon so many out of cm ployment, and such a number in our work-houses. Our poor rates have increased of course, in a ratio corresponding with the increase of pauperism. All theso continued evils, with tho additional high price of the first necessaries of life, have brought us to the vcrgo of a fearful...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 January 1842

igVOTJfl) TO POLm03TirKNEyg Xiegdl JVotics. 8TATJ3 OF VERMONT, Rutland, ss. unocn amnn, vs. Chancery, Sept. Torm, 1841. Benjamin Mussoy, y.) Whereas Enoch Smith of Clarendon in tho county of Rutland, has filed his bill in chancery ngainst Ben jamin II. Mussey of Norwich in tho cour.ty of London and state of Connecticut, and Benjamin Mussey of Mendonin tho county of Rutland aforesaid Stating, thai on tho 4th day of February, A. D. 183", the said Benjamin II. Mussey was indebted to tho said Benja min Mussey in the sum of SI 000 00 payablo on the first day of April, A, D. 1838, and to secure tho pay ment nf the said sum of money, tho said Benjamin II. executed to tho said Benjamin a deed of mortgage, conditioned for tho payment of tho samo 0j tho date and year aforesaid, of two certain tracts or parcels of land, lying and beingin Mendon aforesaid, and descri bed as follows, to wt : beginning at tho north west corner of John D. Esty's lot, thence easterly in said Esty's north lino one h...

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