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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 June 1845

VERMONT PH(ENIX, Common Schools Lectures. Last week we published an address to the Cler gymen of tlie Slate, by a committee of Clergymen of various denominations at Middlcbury, inviting their cordial co-operation in the Improvement of Common Schools, and particularly in aiding Thom as II. Palmer, Esq , who is about to lecture upon the subject in various parts of the State. We this week publish an Address of Mr l'almer to the friends of schools, suggesting some very important alterations in our school law. He has also made a list of appointments to lecture for most of this and the next month. His appointments for this Counly and vicinity we give below. The gentlemen in the several towns whose names are given, are request ed to act as committeemen in providing suitable places for lectures, giving the proper notices, &c. July 1-1, Wilmington, Ephraim nice. 15th and ICtli, Bratileboro, John 11. Blake. 17th, Newiane, Rev Otis Warren. 18th, Townshend, W. a. Itan ney. lOlli, Putney, Ph...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 June 1845

0 Tme Giiils. In discoursing upon early rl Biner, Iho Portland Express speaks nflcr this wise Up with you I Don't sleep nway this beau tiful morning, Mary, Ellen, Abby, Phebe, Sa rah, Eliza, Jane, Anna, Caroline, Margaret, Hannah, Adeline, Gertrude, Amelia! and all the lazy girls, arouso wake up riao and nee the sun shine, and brush away the dew from tho bcautilul grass. You not only 'loose the best of the day, whilo you linger in bed, but vou denrcss vour snirits and contract nl uppish habits. What if you ore sleepy? jump out of I l . L i V 1 v oeu uy uruunu sur auoui anu in a lew mo ments you will be B3 gay as latka. We would not give a straw for girls thai won't gel up hi tho morning. What are they good lor? La zy dumpish creatures they arc not fit for wives or companions. Our advice to young men who aro looking out for wives, would he never select a female who dozes away tho pre cious morning hours. She may be a help eat, but never prove a help meat. Brigadier General Rugglcs, o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 June 1845

VERMONT PHCENIX BR ATTLEBORO, V.t. JUNE 20,1 845. VOL. XL NO. 43. 11 Y WM. E. KYTIIER, WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS j Oil INDIAN PUUGATIVE. nMHOUQII many medicines have been before the JL public for a much longer period than Wrimit s lmiUN Vkoktabi.e 1'ili.s, yet none stands now in higher repute, or has more rapidly attained a firm hold upon poputar estimation. The thousand that have used them throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, nil bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when einployed in the most distressing disorders "which flesh is heir to." , . , ,, The theory ol disease on which Wnioti-rsl sdiak Vkoetadlk Pills nro founded, Is this, viz: that there is only one primary cause of all Ae disorders that afflict the human family, and that is corrup. humors J or, in other words Impurity of Blovtlt This principlo is now so generally admitted, that it may In Tact be said to be sustained by an universal ily of opinion, the few dissenters c...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 June 1845

Boston Anniversaries. j Wo give below In as concise a form as possi ble an abstract account ortho more important religious anniversaries which lately occurred In Boston. The Massachusetts Bible Society celebrated itaSfiifv nnniviritrv on Monday afternoon. Rev Dr Pierce ol lirooklinc, its venerable Pres ident, In the chair. This Society is not de nominational, but embraces all Protestant sects in its enterprise of upreailing the Word ol Lile, Dr Pierce stated that of the 107 orieinal mem bers of the Society, 38 aro yet living. The re ceipts of tho year have been $3,889,00 the Society nave mane an appropriation to tne American Hiblo Society, to aid in publishing an edition ol tho scriptures in raised letters for the mind. American Education Soeieu. The 20th nnnual meeting of this Society was held on Monday evening. 345 young men have been assisted in their nrenarations lor the ministry during the year. The number of beneficiaries received during tho year has been 4820 less than last v...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 June 1845

I General Jackson is Dead. ! i Tlie I.oulsvillo Democrat of Wednesday last con tain the following melancholy intelligence) "The term of hts eventful lilo closed on Sunday evening, 8th instant, at Co'clock. . On Sunday trior ning the report reached Nashville that he had ex pired owing to his having fainted nway, in the at tempt to remove him from his chair to his bed. lie, however, recovered for a few hours. "A short tune before his death, ho look an afl'ec tlonale leave of his friends and domestics, retaining to the last, his senses and intellect unclouded. Ho expired with tho utmost calmness, expressing the highest confidence in a happy immortality through a Redeemer. "General Houston landed at Nashville, at half past six, on Sunday evening, and set off in hasto to the Hermitage, but was met by the physician, who informed him that the General was no more, "Wo received this intelligence from Col. J. C. Kldredgc, who accompanied Gen. Houston from Texas, and who is now on his way to W...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 June 1845

It Spells Man te Marry Ilim. Believe, dear girls, this maxim true, In precept and In practice too, That it apollt a man to marry him 1 The crcaturci never ought to go Beyond a honey moon or so, If they aurvive that, they will show That it spoils a man to marry him ! When first he knelt before your feet, How soli his words 1 his looks how sweet 1 Hut it spoils a man to marry him. When once a lato consent he 11 wring, And get your fingers In the tine, Oh ! then he's quito another thing; It spoils a man to marry him. Have you a fancy ? you must drop it ; A will it may bo I you must lop it, Before you think ot marrying ; And even if you venturo then, Select the very worst of men ; If not, nine chances out of ten, 'Twill spoil the wretch to marry him. Writing and Diawing.-Uon Horace Mann, oiaio superintendent oi luassacmisctlH schools, Bays in a report of visits lo schools in Etirone: Such excellent hand-writing ns I saw in the Prussian t-chools, I never saw before. I can hardly express ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 June 1845

VERMONT P 11 E W I X . BR ATTLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 27, 1 845. BY WM. E. UYTIIEll. VOL. XI. NO. 44. All persons require Facts. Remember in all eases that you are not deceiv ed by things that appear to be facts. Lorraine's Fills. THESE Pills nro now acknowledged by thousands that use lliem daily, to be the only medicine that fairly takes the Banner from all others. They cause no pain or unea siness of any kind in their operation, ami re quire neither change of diet nor care of any kind. This medicino has actually done won ders. It has established n reputation unrivall ed, on its own merits, without being puffed up continually in the paperd. The attention of the reader is respectfully called to the following highly respectable noti ces of this invaluable and incomparable medi cine and it will be seen its achievements are most extraordinary, as daily experience speaks more and more remarkable cures, where other medicine had entirely failed o( giving even re lief. Lnn, Dee. 17A, 1843. Sin, I ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 June 1845

Vermont ppmfe. BRJTTLEBORO, FRIDAY, JUXI 27, 1SJ5. REMOVAL. 05s The Office of the Phoenix is remov ed to Wheeler's Stono Building, opposite the Stage House, in the Room known as "Wucn LCit's Hall." STATE CONVilNTFoX. Tho Democratic Whigs of Vermont aro invited to meet, in Stalo Convention, at Montpelicr, on WEDNESDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF JU LY NEXT, at ten o'clock A. M., for tlio purpose of nominating a ticket lor State officers, nml or taking atl necessary measures preparatory for-tho election in September next. KRASTUS FAIRBANKS,"! C. P. PECK, State E. P. WALTON, JR. ) Central HAMPDEN CUnS, 1 Committee. C. W. CON A NT, J May 20, 1843. British Hold and Loco l'oco Patriot 'ism. The brainless twalllo ot 'the Loco toco press about British cold. British Whips, with othci si mi- lar tliinm. Ima had iii dy. but with the excitement of tho lato Presidential election, had nreity much 1 passed ofl". When this senseless clamor was loud est, the Loco Focos of New York were lavishing . the money ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 June 1845

VERMONT PIKENIX, Whig Senatorial Nomination; Wo have barely time to announce llinltlio Whig County Convention, wliicli met at New Fano on Wednesday, nominated tlie following Senatorial ticket for this County : REUBEN WINN of Whilinglmm, JOHN CAMl'BKLL of Westminster, KBENEZER HOWE, Jr., of Vernon. Free Postage. From and alter the first day ot Julytho Vermont l'limnix will pass llirougli tlio Tost Office, free of postage, to tlio following towns. Wc trust tins ar rangement will lead to a liberal increase oi our sub scriniion list. VERMONT. Athens, Dover, Guilford, Marlboro, llockingham, titration, Wardsboro, Jacksonville, Acton, Woodford, West JJrattleboro, Dummcrston, Halifax, Now lane. Bellows Falls, Townsliend, Westminster, Wilmington, llrookline, Grafton, Jamaica, Putney, Somerset, Vernon, Whitlugliam, Windham, Winhall, bearnuurg, llcausboro. NEW HAMPSHIRE. Walpole, Keene, Hinsdale, Kindge, Surry, Stoddard. Westmoreland, Swan icy, Winchester, Richmond, Sullivan, Chrslcrfield, Wes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 June 1845

Tho Knickerbocker for Juno contains the follow ing beautiful lines from tho pen ol tho lamented Witus GATtonD Clark, which by some accident were omitted in his 'Literary Remains, heretofore published. Death of'ihc Young. When into dust, like dewey flowers departed, - From our dim paths the bright and lovely fade ; The fair in iorm, tho pure, the gentle-hearted, Whom looks within the breast a Sabbath made ; How like a whisper on tho inconstant wind The memory of their voices stirs the mind ! Wo hear the sigh, the song, the fitful laughter, That from their lips in balm were wont to flow, When Hope's beguiling wing they hurried alter, And drank her syren music long ago ; When joys wild harp to sweeten lays was strung, And poured rich numbers lor the loved and young. When the pure stars are burning high In heaven, And the low night winds kiss the flowering tree, And thoughts arc deepening in the hush of even, How soft those voices on the heart will be ! They breathe of raptures which ha...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 July 1845

VERMONT PH(EIII. .UK V BR ATTLEBORO, Vt JULY 4, 1 845. VOL. XL NO. 45. BY WM. E. 11 Y THE It. STEPHEN W.MARSff, PIANO FORTE MANUFACTURER. No. 303 Washington Street, BOSTON. Messrs. WOODBURY & I1URDITT, Hrnttlc loro, Agents fur this vicinity. lytK) G RE AT ARRIVAL OF JVEW GOODS. nEnsrssj9 ait a o 4 Granite Row, ANNOUNCE to their friends, patrons and the public genenlly, that they havo received and ore daily leceivinj; their Block of Spring and Summer CJooils, comrirWnj: the choicest and most desiruble styles of rill In lids of L. A DIES' DRESS GOODS. Ricli CHAMELEON SILKS, fitfM nJ I'Uin. Super Wool Dulz-iriiies, Muslin Cjiiigliaiuii, Rep Cashmere, Cimlniieio de Laines, Orirnuilied, Metis de Laines, WHITE GOODS of every description. Splemlul stylo I'lUvNTd. MILLINERY GOODS of nil kinds. Parasols, Sun Sliailcs, and l'arasalctls. A great variety of cheap, common and nice SHAWLS. .1 VERY EXTCXSirC .1SSOHTMEXT OF every variety, quality, nnd color. "Fancy DOE SKIXS, super black do., E...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 July 1845

mountain, and which Mr Anson had not' thought worth tho trouble or removing, was still there, and lay scattered over tho room. The new comers now sot to work to adjust tho furnitun.. and togivo the house as milch tho appearance of being inhabited as possi ble, which arrangement was scarcely com pleted when another party arrived. Wil liam thought ho heard tho sobs of a femalo as the; approached the door, and as they en tered tho room ho saw them bearing n young girl with them. Her face was covered with Both her hands, and she was weeping bitter ly. Ho now examined the priming of his rifle, as ho was confident ho should havo oc casion to uso it. and then turned his atten tion to his unwelcome visitors, to solve if possible, tho mystery their appearance and proceeding had imparted to him. Three of tho party camo near enough to whero ho lay to admit of his hearing their conversation, which was. held in an under tone. 'Wo must proceed immediately to busi ness,' said one of them, 'and if ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 July 1845

that noble nnd well instructed bond of sing ers, will not soon be forgotten. Tlio editor oftho Slnr adds s "What is said oftho eloquence nnd beau ty of Rev. Mr. Jancway's discourse, deliver ed on Tuesday evening, to a very largo au dience, is not over-wrought. Disclaiming all sectarian views, as wo profess to entertain none, wo take pleasure not only in coinci ding with the writer in his high estimation of that sermon, but believe it to have been the best effort oftho kind wo ever heard. Another interesting feature oftho inectinjt, was the account given by Mr. Spaulding, of his mission to India, lie lias been absent from this country twenty-five years, residing most oftho time at Ceylon, engaged with others in the missionary 'work, and we mr dcrstanu intends returning to India, in n few weeks. The Convention adjourned, we believe, without any action in regard to sla very." VERMONT PHOENIX, The Thirty Miles Circuit. We publish a list of thrt towns in which, according to the new posta...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 July 1845

The Welcome Back. Sweet Is the hour that brings ua home, Where Ml will spring to meet u ; Where hands nre striving as we come, To be tho first to greet us. When the world liatTi spent lis Crowns and wrath, And care been sorely pressing, Tia sweet to turn from our roving path, And find a fireside blessing. , 01), joyfully dear Is the homeward track, It we arc but sure of a welcome back. What do we reck on a dreary way, Though lonely and benighted, If we know there arc Hps to chide our stay, And eyes Hint will beam love-lighted I What is tho worth of a diamond ray, To the glanco that flashes pleasure ; When tho winds that welcome us back, betray, We form a heart's chief treasure? Oh, joyfully dear is our homeward track, . If we are but sure of a wclcomo back. The Boundary Line. 'It is but a line,' says DrNott.in his eloquent Addresses to Young Wen, published by the Harper, 'that separates uciwcen innocence uuu sin. iiuevcr leuiics lvannroachf3 this line, will soon have crossed it. To ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 July 1845

h VERMONT PHEJVIX, BR ATTLEBORO, V.t., JULY 11, 1 845. BY WM. 13. II Y T II E B. VOL. XL NO. 16. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS; Ult INDIAN PUIIGATIVE. npHOUGIl many medicines have been before the J. public for a muclrlpnger period than Wiiioiit's Indian Vr.ar.TAni.E I'iu.s, yet none stands now in higher repute, or has more rapidly attained a firm, hold upon popular estimation. The thousands that have used them throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to. their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in the most distressing disorders "which flesh is heir to." Thq theory of disease on which WbioiitnI's niAN Vror.TADtr 1'ili.s nro .founded, is this, viz: trnt there is only one primary cause of all the disorders that ajjlict the human family, and that is corrup. humors; or, in other words Impurity of lllooill This principle is now so generally admitted, Hint it may in fact be said to be sustained hy nn universal ity of opinion, the few ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 July 1845

Another ConlagratieH at Quebec. I On Saturday ovcnine. the 28th June, just one month after the great fire of the 28th May, which destroyed part of St. Valier's and St. John's Suburbs, nearly all St. Rocli, and the west part of tho Lower town to be low Hopo Gale, a fire commenced in St. John Suburbs, near tho place outside tho Glacis, where it stopped on the 28th May. On this occasion the wind was as strong from the northeast as it was to the west on tlinRth Mnv. nnil lliA wnnltior vorv At both times the fire began to the wind- ward oi tno densest part or the suburbs, and . i .i i ... ,i .i i . . A i. ir . i i thn fltvfillmrva In (hn 1iAiiin.il Ml . "..W.....U.J . V. lllv IUIIUIUl jL I I The fire has destroyed nearly tho whole of St. John and part of St. Lewis Suburbs, tl0 I fAfn VJ Inlin'fl -T3n- mm.- -Kn. n.-..ll. ...a.- a... I V ?A' , I . . ,,u,u'-""1 gloofthe walls, along, tho brow of tlieCb- tcauStt. Gcncvtcvc, yearly to tho lower No. 4, and Up to a COUple l Streets belOW bt. Le...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 July 1845

VERMONT PIICENIX. IMPORTANT FR03I TEXAS! ACCEPTATION OF ANNEXATION. The U States steamship Princeton, Captain Stockton, arrived at Annapolis roads on Thurs day, 3d insl., from Gnlveston, whenco sliu was dcspaluhed on the 33d ull.,vilh imporlant de spatches for our government. The following, from tho Wnsliington Union, is a summary of ,, . , ,,. , , . . , , the intelligence, though somewhat mingled . wun uie lautmiory ecstasy 01 me editor: The news brought by the Princeton is of tlie most interesting character. Uuth Houses ol ...w - i..iiii u'n's'1"' ituu u.iuuiMn.uoij 1 scnted to the terms ol tlie joint resolution of the United States. The Senate had rejected thojof treaty wun .ticxico uy n unanimous vote. Captain Wuggaman had arrived ut Washing ton, Texas, to select posts to be occupied by the U. States troops, and to provido lor their subsistence. A resolution was introduced in to both houses ol Congress, requiring the Ex ecuttve i to surrender all posts, navy-yordR, bar-1 racks, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 July 1845

4 Hew taMarry. When you gi married, don't marry a pcf,' A jilt, or a vixen, or yet a coquette Dut marry a rhaid that is if you can More fit tor tho wife of a sensible man. Look ont Tor a trlrl that la hcalllir and vnunr?. With more In her eye than you hear from her tongue, And though she be freckled or burnt to a tan, Yet she is the girl for a aenaible man. With riches will wretchedness oltcn in life Go linked, when your riches are got with a wife ; Hut marry and make all tho riches you can, Like a bold, independent and sensiblo nun. Look out for a girl who is gentle and kind, And modest and silent, and tells vou her mtnd . If she's wiso as bewitching, she'll welcome tho plan, Ann soon do mo who ot a sensible man. Then cherish her excellence wisely and kind, And be to small foibles Indulgent and blind, For so ou make happy, if any thing can, The wife of a sober and sensible man: Farmers' Library. Messrs. Grccloy &. M'Elrnth of New York aro engaged in tho publication of a periodi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 July 1845

Ite r now t p ii e x. Bll ATTLEB0110, Vt., JULY 18, 845. BY W M k E. RYTIIEIt. VOL. XI. NO. 47. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS; TIVnTAN- PITItnATIVR. rTplIOUGII many medicines have been before the J. public Tor a much longer period than Wiuoiit's Irdias VkgetabLe Pills, yet none stands now In higher repute, or lias more, rapidly nttnined n firm hold upon popular estimation. The thousands that have used them throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in the most distressing disorders "which flesh is licir to," The theory of disease on which WmoiiTnI's dian Veoetablk Pills are founded, Is this, viz: that there is only one primary cause of all the disorders that ajjlict the human family, and that is corrup. humors; or, in other words Impurity of lllooill This nrincinlo is now so ircncrallv admitted, that it may in fact bo said to be sustained by an universal, uj' ui uniuiutij uiu iuw uiBbcm...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 July 1845

Menagerie Exhibition. The great Caravan of Elephants and oilier animals was exhibited In tliia town on Monday or this week, to a numorous throng or specta tors. To some who had before seen the differ ent species of the animal creation presented on this occasion, the interest might not bo bo great as to thoso who had nover seen them. But to mo the sight was worth paying for, although I had previously seen most of the kinds brougiit in this Menagerie. The greatest exhibition, ond thoono or far tho highest interest, was that ol Herr Driesbach, first, with a Brazilian Ti ger, near one of the cages, and after that tn the cage, with Lions, Lcopard3 and Tigers, apparently perfectly at homo with them. The crowd ol spectators was 89 dense that I could not get a full view ol all the feats per formed, but I saw enough to convince me that this great 'Lion tamer wan made for that bus iness, and that he was matter of it. I shall not attempt a description of what I saw; but will leave it for tho p...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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