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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 5 April 1842

ii i " .... " - - " 1 IB-WILABD, .IPIBIBAIDa- : H, T. White & L. T. Guernsey. THE HERALD Ts published and ready for delivery every Tues day afternoon, at the former prices, viz. Village subscribers, delivered at their door two 'dollars ti year mail, two dollars; twenty-Jive cents deduction In both cases il paid belore 1st ot J uly. Individuals or companies taking papers at the office, and companies on stage routs, one dollar scventvfive cen ts ; twonty-fivo conts deducted if paid before 1st July. Those supplied bv pnsl-tideis, if lelt at their doors, two dollars if lclt ott the rout in packages, one dollar seventy-Jive cuts, with deduc 'lion oftwenty-fivo cents if cashed before 1st July. The oJi)i) Is pfetisely the former scale of prices, and in time to come we shall in no case deviate from them. JJlttrs of business will he returned if sent by mail unpaid. Job work execu ted on reasonable .nottce and at just charges. By Request. ON THE DEATHOF MAIICIA STONE or WAM.INOFORD. Doyvn...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 5 April 1842

DEVOTHD-TO I'OLITICS Til H NEWS Message from the 'resident, To the Senate and House of Representatives of tne United Slates: Notwithstanding the urgency with which I have on moro than one occasion felt it my duty to press 'topon Congress tho necessity of providing the Gov ernment with the means of discharging its debts and maintaining inviolate the public faith, the in creasing embarrassments of tho Treasury impose - upon-me tho indispensable obligation of again in viting your attention to the condition of the finan .ces. Fortunately for' myself, in thus bringing this important subject to your view, for a deliberate turn comprehensive examination in nil its bearings and I trut I may add, for a final adjustment of it, .to tho common advantage of the whole Union, I (ira permitted to approach it with perfect freedom and candor. As few of tho burdens for which pro vision is now required to be made have been .brought upon the country during my short admin istration of its affairs, I have...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 5 April 1842

DEVOTEDTO POLITICS THE NEWS JFOflCffiU Welti s. LATER FROM CHINA. Seizure of the Supercargo and boats Crew of an American vessel Ine Insurrection in Mantua. n I . n ii. ... j tvt -v i 'pondenco with the Government of Mexico, rcla .Sh?. PV' at YA live to American prisoners there: which was de on Thursday morning, brings Macao dates' Nov ' 2G seven days later. There had been no more fighting of conse quence but several vessels had been sent in pursuit 'of certain Chinese junks. The Chinese had insulted tho American flag by seizing nnd loading with chains Alfred H. Ed watds, supercargo, and a boat's crew belonging to .1 1 ... ITi M .1 C XT TT ine snip nanmoai, oi iipw iotk. " Therc,rind been no change in the prices of teas, but lead had risen in price. Alfred P. Edwards, Esq. On the morning of the 1 7tii November, Alfred P. Edwnrds. Esq, su percargo of tho American ship Hannibal, of New York, left Whampoa in one of the ship's boats for "Canfon, and when off the east side of the island ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 5 April 1842

DEVOTED, TO POLITICS TH E NEWS TMI2 FQl'mS CORi'F,K. ABOMINATIONS OF THE CHURCH OF ; ROME. As-wo promised, in our last, to give an article -each;vcek serving cither to illustrate the princi .pits' maintained by the Church of Rome, or the moral and religious effects of their principles, vc this week present one having the double advan- ta'ge of answering both purposes. They are ex tracts compiled from "the Protestant" being Es says ofWra. M' Gavin, a Scotch Protestant, who with others held a public controversy with the Catholics n few years since. It will be perceived, woido not copy from the argumentative portions of the Essays, but present circumstances and fads, leaving the reader to do his men arguing. "Wo asl: the Catholic priesthood to thank us for giving publicity to their doctrines; wo certainly would thank them for a like kindness in instruc ting their people in tho real doctrines and belief of the Protestants, or oven if they would allow them .tho privclego of attending our...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 12 April 1842

10 f1 rT ' hi : i ' , , It 'I . t ' HP r 4 .4 J i ? JI. T, White & L, T. Guernsey. THE HERALD is iuunatiuu uiiu iuuujt lur ueuvery every lues- day afternoon, at the former prices, viz. nlliiEO subscribers, delivered at their door tieo dollars n year mall, two dollars; twenty-five cents deduction in both cases if paid before 1st ol July. Individuals or companies taking papers at tho office, and companies on stage touts, one dollar seventy-five cents ; twontvfive cents deducted ifnaid before 1st July. Those supplied bv pnst-tidcis, if en ai ineir aoors, noo aouars it lclt oir the rout in packages, one dollar seventy-Jive ants, with deduc- non oi iweniy-uve cents tl cashed Uoloro 1st July, The above is precisely the former scale cf prices, and in time to come tee shall in no cate deviate from itiim. JUellcrs of business tcill be returned if sent by mail unpaid. Job work executed on reasonable notice and at just charges, SPRING. We hail thee glad Spring, oh! where hast thou been, We...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 12 April 1842

DEVOTED TO POLITICS-THC NEWS bo furnished with shells of n peculiar Construction prepared by Mr Stevens, hercmetically sealed and effectually secured from accidental explosion,from firo or concussion; and from injury by submersion in water Shells of such terrific explosive power as would easily destroy an invading fleet. Such n vessel couldso securely and closely approach an adversary's vessel, as to render it nearly impossi ble to miss her with shells fired horizontally. As a means of defence, such a vessel would bo cheap er than any other in peace, suffering little from the ravages of time, and requiring but few hands to keep Her in a proper condition for use in actu al service, requiring a crew of not more than 150 of all grades, needing no rigging, and using an thracite coal with which fuel she would not be rendered visiblo by smoko or sparks, and would therefore attract notice of an enemy's vessel less, cither by night 6r day. than any other vessel. From the New York Herald. AV...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 12 April 1842

DEVUTKDTO POLITICS THE NEWS OF THE DAY GENERAL DISCUSSION-APICULTURE MoltA, nRr,,nTnT,q An mirpf.i ,i,am fottr BB.8m justice I nnVht experience at the hands of man, Ho scenes It will bo my pleasure and niy prido to to whom all hearts arc open and fully known, look back in mv retirement. , 1,1 : it 1 i ; .1: ; . j t 1 ii . i iim now, mr. iTcsiuciu, anow me 10 mage inc would in the end, by the inscrutable dispensations f it;. . fj 'r 1 1 .J 1 1 ui raw pruviucncc, rccwy an crrur, reurcss on wrong, and cause ample justicotobe done. But I have not meanwhile been unsustaincd. Every where throughout tho extent of this great continent I have had cordial, and warm hearted, and devoted friends, who havo known me and just ly appreciated my motives. To them if languago were susceptible of fully expressing the ucknowl mcnts, I would now offer them as the returns I have now to make for their genuine, disinterested, and persevering fidelity and devoted attatchmcnt. But if I fail in suitable langua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 12 April 1842

DEVOTEDTO POLITICS THE NEWS TfllE POPE'S. rORNEBt. POPISH IMPOSITIONS. Tho following is extracted from, the samo source from which we supplied tho "Pope's Corner," last week, i. o. M'Gavin's Protestant. Let it bo recol lected that tho great mass of believers in Homan Catholicism aro tho most ignorant and supersti tious of mortals just suited to credit such absur dities as tho subjoined, and tho Churchis just suit ed to fashion its absurdities just to suit nlll theso circumstances. Wo have ourselves heard little ignorant Irish boys with all tho gravity and awe they were capable of exhibiting, repeat stories as preposterous as this is, which "the praste" or their mothers had told them, and no insult was so keen ly felt or quickly resented by them as to laugh nt their ridiculous ditties. Surpcrstition and igno ranco are tho bulwarks of defenco to tho Roman Catholic Church. I shall here indulge the reader with one of the least offensive of the stories which aro recorded of tho Virgin Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 19 April 1842

Vr-, " jMiyM; . .A , 't, J? . ... r 1 PjEjMtofeL T..Gu . ,, TUESDAY, APBjJfc Volume 48 Number m'," . . from Mo Ladies' Companion, WsiT IlKiilriv WnnflVulli OR, THE PRETTY HAYXltER. A TAIS. BV PROFESSOR, J. II, INaRAHAM. " Virtutubelonpeth nor to rank nor namn As sacred in cottage held as in the halt." Thero was a rude but pleasant farm-houso shu nted on the green banks of one of the pleasant in lets that go meandering from the sound far into the verdant bosom of "Westchester County. It was one stbry high, with a broad, steep, moss-covered. e !- l. u t- S ?j i rooi, over wuicu uu uiu unit spreuus us wiao Bran ches, shielding it tho wholo day from the summer sun, An old " stoopo" protected the door, and its rude columns were thickly clad with the entwm- l-- tt -- t J t .... .... . - S noney-sucmc. jcacn enq ot the old blacl tarm house was nlso nearly covered, save where open- '"gSjiiae- been cut for tho windows, with woodbino nriintheiM:rceping plants. There was a neat veg etable gSrd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 19 April 1842

DFVOTED TO POLITICS THE NEWS " I don't know, mother," said Biddy. "Don't know: You shall tell I You'll get to be no better than you should be, yet 1 But I'll take caro o' that 1 I'll make you tell who tho vil lain is you keep company with 1 Won't tell I We'll seel Put down that npplc-pan put it down I say and come with me to tho attic " Biddy obeyed and silently followed tho cross old woman to a little." dark room opening upon tho roof of the old farm house. "Now, Miss I" said tho mother, taking breath, "here you shall stay shut up just one week on bread and water I I'll cure your love and flirts .' One week shall you stay.nnd then a week more if you don't let me know who it was Mike Mooro saw you billing and cooing with under the apple-tree Will you tell, jade ?" " 1 don t Know, mother, saw Biddy, vexed and Wcepnig. " Don't know, mother," mocked Miss Euphro sia, from the bottom of tho stairs ; " lock her up, mamma, and let's see if it's 'dont know, mother,' at tho end of tho week !...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 19 April 1842

4 DEVOTEDTO POLITICS THE NEWS count, and are destructive to the American importer and trader. ,Ve cannot find room for even a synop sis of this report, which traced theso auction sales through alllneir ramifications connected with ex cessive importations, inflated credit, &c. The com mittee recommend a duty of not less than five per cent, on all sales of foreign goods by auction. A member proposed a recommitment,wilh a view to the modification of the rale to three per cent. After some discussion the motion to recommit was carried. Mr Greely, from the committee on the general in terest of manufactures, of American labor, and the nec'cssitv of protection, mado a reoort. defending the principle and setting- forth the general grounds of protection, wmcn was adopted. . The Business committee reported a resolution re quiring the several committees to appoint one mem ber of each to act asa general committee of arrange ment, revision and publication; and to proceed to Washington to subm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 19 April 1842

mffifrr ED 'TO POLITICS THIS NEWS OF 'THE DAY GENEHAL DISCPSSION AG11ICULTURE BIOGRAHPY TftAVELS LITERARY, MORALRELlGjOJJSjVNpJUICE POPE'S UOltflEK. Wo havo In our possession tho Letters of Rev. William Nevins, lato of Baltimore, collected into a liltlo volume arid entitled "Thoughts on Popery." from which wo intend to make a number of extracts. Tiio style in which they are written the reader will perceive to be rare and singular. For concise ana logical argument, for wit, pungency of questioning and cross-questioning, there may not bo found its match. Wo call it the most complete specimino of gentlemanly satire being, withal, scrupulously fair and just in argument that has over been oor plea sures to read. Thoy aio arranged in short chapters, and well adapted to graco our "Pope's Corner." No. i THE NINE COMMANDMENTS! '"rNine Commandments! What does that mean? I always thouglft theio was. ten of them. There used to bo that number. Thero wero ten proclaim ed by tho volco of God from ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 26 April 1842

inwiiTi fitnarwrinmi mini iitwi him m i "uWii i iiBMiiMiiwMiiiiii 'imii mimiimmi i i -------- . - 1 t " : ; ; : n : ; ; 1 : r : , " juwiiJijaajMMJMwifAi jMifry iirlM''flVSMW iff m ix m m - m mm: ix tt . m . . : m nnirww.u fe sr.: . lit r yimu w uiiciiiooji RtleSHcrl Mmnfiovcmcnts . Tor the ihratd! No. 3 Tj3E COAVS. (Iys7neccssary to remove or prevent certain evils as, p, preliminary meansjof success, in every entcr priaellt i? labor lost,, to build a house upon an unsiabl 'foundation, 'A leak in a ship must be ittoppedlbefore she call bo fit for a voyage. It is a wot urac ana property 10 sow an uniencca Wn& it avails nothing: to adorn a public jr!(Ssjvi'th trees anjt sidewalks if they are exposed . tQ,trioQnstant tramp and depredations of thievish jcattie.T,Tnosamc ioot-patn cannot well nccom- wmc iiiuii uuu uui, iimvss we are willing put ourselves on the same footing with the nnl- Imal creation.'. As for Iho young trees planted. thcy vfll shortly barubbed to death by theso pest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 26 April 1842

DEVOTKDTO POLITICS THE NFAVS the desk. Within the latticed enclosure, sat a lit tle, thin, sallow man, with brushy, black hair, a llv fleshy forehead, keen black eyes, a long sharp nose and a large-lipped, ugly mouth, filled with decayed nnd snagglcd teeth, lie wore half whiskers, very long and silky, a white cravat, and a black coat of three' fashions agone. Such was the outward np pearanco of Heal Tuekor ! He looked liko a sniv elling, mean man, who would sell his soul for three pence, and his heart and character did not bclio his looks. In his fingers beheld a rouniing-liouse steel pen ; a book of entries lay open before him, and ho was looking up beneath his covert eye brows, lis tening to the gentleman who wasgiving him through tho bars of the lattice a description of the kind, of servant he wanted. " Yes, sir, I think I can suit you to a t," said Deal Tucker, dropping his huso black brows, and exam ining tho book in which he recorded the names, ages characters, occupations, an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 26 April 1842

J JB DFVOTEI? TO I'OLITIC-T-TtlH NEWS iTdiTthn and hence lid 'should not detain oiiso. He ufcsirra to bnnn- in comnetitinn nt nnrn'n nirrn n rwi n inwc oiirt" ua (imFninm w ...... i nn amendment to the .bill to striko out the ratio of 03.000 and insert 70;000, and moved to amend the amcnJment by striking out70,G!i0, and inserting 50 391. Tlio ratio of 70,680 would give les frac tions than that proposed by the bill, and constiiuto a'Housoof217 members, while that of 50,391 would pretervo to every Stato its present members and give a House of 30G members. Tho Chairman decided that the amendment to the amendment (both being offered at the same time) was out of order, and accordingly it was not roceived. Mr. Stuart of Illinois, moved to amend the a- mrndment by striking out 70,080 nnd inserting 63(uuu, W After brief conversation on noints of order there appearing no disposition of debate, the question vus about being take'n, when Mr. Gentry suggest .cd this bill having been taken up tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 26 April 1842

I I DtiV'UTljDTO POLITICS THE NEWS Anothcr chapter from Mr. Ncvins' "Thoughts," cj-c! ' CATHOLIC HOSTILITY TO THE BIBLE. .1 am not surprised that tho Roman Catholics dislike the Bible, for very much tho samo reason that Ahab, king of Israel, disliked Micaiah, the prophet. It is hnrd not to contract a strong' dis like to that which is forever bearing testimony a gainst one. To lovo an enemy is one of tho most uiflruh attainments. Now, the Bible is all the , time speaking against tho Catholic religion, and prophecying not good, but evil of it, just as Mica Jail did of Abab. It is natural, therefore, that tho ..Catholics feel an aversion to tho Bible. Woouglil not ha expect anything clso. But I am somewhat surprised that they do not tako moro pains to con ceal their dislike of it, for it certainly docs not look well that the church of God should fall out with th'e oracles of God. It has nn ugly appearance, tosay tho least, to sec tho Christian Church come ouf against tho Christian Scri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 10 May 1842

LI) i r ft II. T, White & L. T, Guernsey. From Me Ladies'1 Companion. Middy Woodliull; OR, THE PRETTY HAY-MAKER. A TALE. DV PROFESSOR, 1. II. INOKA1IAM. Concluded next week. The Toilet. , ,In the first placo Mr. Fitz Henry Barton took n bath in a handsome and convenient bathing-room opening from his bed chamber. After the bath he threw on his wrapper and Fred gavo him a stiff brandy and water. Ho then prepared to dress him self. ( Without descending to such particulars as his silk shirt, his silk drawers and his silk hoso, his stays, nnd his very fino white linen with ruf fles half an inch wide on the bosoms, and laced wristbands, wo will mention that he put on a very handsome pair of fawn colored pantaloons, made by C. Sj it, the straps of which Fred buttoned fl yer morocco pumps. His braces were elegantly worked with the needle and the buckles to them wero of gold. Ho then put on a white satin vest and a white silk cravat, which he, after fifteen min utes practice, tied with e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 10 May 1842

UliVO'l'EDTO POLITICS THE NEWS grovo to tho door. He passed out from tlio cov ert r,f the trees, nnd tho humble houso stood plain bsforenim. All was dark I 'They have gono to bed, said ho after survey ing the unilluminatcd mansion; 'I might have known it if I had thought a moment of the habits of farmers. I wonder which is her room I Per haps this low one with tho Tosc-treo besido it perhaps that in tho attic Whichever itbc heav en bless her, and angels watch over her innocence and beauty 1' How happy Biddy would have been in her lit tle attic could she have known, while its prisoner, that such a prayer, from such rt heart, was breath ed so near for her. But she slept in unconscious ness that sho had a friend in the world who cared for her. How her heart would have bounded to know sho hadono devoted lover, and he the youth whose image had occupied so miu'h of her thot's since sho first beheld him, and which always form ed a component of all her dreams of coming hap- Einess I Littlo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 10 May 1842

urvuriSUTU I'UUTIUS-TIIK ev FROM TEXAS. The steamship Ncptuno brings to New Orleans dates from Galveston to thn 21st ult. President Houston has published an Address to the. People of Texas declaring that the contest with Mexico must be carried on in nccordancc with the laws of national warfare that mauradeis will not bo pro--tected, nnd that Mexico shall not be invaded until after the next session oftho Tcxian Congress in August. The Houston Telegraph expresses re gret at this, and fears that the three or four hun dred volunteers from tho United States, recently ordered to conccntrato nt Corpus Christi, will bo como discouraged with the delay and the priva tions to which they will be exposed. It thinks that if joined by the forces on tho Snn Antonio they could easily tako Matamoras with 300,000 head of fat cattle there. Gen. Burloson arrived at Austin from Bexar on tho 1st. The volunteers he had collected wcro greatly dissatisfied at his being superseded by Gen Somcrville. Galveston...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 10 May 1842

r. 1 L THE FORE'S OORIMEIl. MORE POPISH IMPOSITIONS. Delivering ouls Souls from Purgatory. For centuries the Romish Church has accumulat ed incredible sums of money from its deluded and superstitious believers by imposing on their credu lity the most foolish deceptions imaginable. They bavo obtained it by licencing houses of ill-famc, granting indigencies to commit crimes, selling for .tneir weignt in goin animal and human bones, call ing Ihcm 'relics of saints,' selling splinters of wood 'as piece of the. oiiginal cross (of which they are said to have sold thousands of cords, in various parts .of tho world) selling girdles, staves, parings of toe nails, bottles of tears, &c. Sic. &c. said to have be longed to someone of their long list of saints. These contcmptiblo tricks appear to liavo been practiced upon the poor and ignorant, whoso poverty debated them from the blessings of tho moro splendid and fashionable humbugs. Among tho most prolific sources of wealth, that of pra...

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