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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 February 1842

NOT TUB GLORY OP CJnSAIZi BUT THE WELFARE OP ROME. VOL. XV. J U R L I NOT 0 N, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY H, 1842. No. 30. A II I . rV- r I Molieino, wlilcli, If rightly' applied, will Millie ... uiijiui i mini ivm'uij'fi j.a&i.scs .1 c.c I .n-n-.'. -.iv.uk iiioii-anu- irtini an tiniiuiuy grille. NOTICJK. JCF'Mcdieine is I est Known by the cures II licrfiir.n.ll I. NcwloiiV Panacea, or Piirilicr ol'tlio Wood. Tin; unparalleled and j-t ill L.ui!s, Consumption, Umiaks, Influenza, 1 ,. J . f 1 . , V " I i"""''".. m, w.. ..-.. uu me .- ' i e Vi' . .success, mil found vcrv cllicnciom intliu fotlowms I cJ iliroiiliont lliu uu l.iil.indSinto, uiul tlieiiuny L.OIUS, slstlimrt, Spultllg oj litooil, di-ca-e-, viz. Ci.iis i.npi'jou, Whooping Cough., coin- cures il has performed, and the groit demand made Hooping Cuttgli, A'f. i$'. mn" Ooili, Cu'.l-, difficult UixMlhitia, Influenza, fur It hv thondvice ofphy-icians well nequainlo. Willi 'I'H M'lIP PIJHI tf1 Quin-y, A-lunia, Phthi.ic, Spittin...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 February 1842

OOxNGltESSi TnunRRtiAV; Jan. 110IJSK OV UKPRUSKNTATIVCM. It; Mr. Adams extra-judicial (rial, for (ho imparrfon holit liberty keii by him -in presenting a petition to the House of Representative!!, camo up iain in order, nH n privilceo question, -Mr. Underwood had (lie Hour given him by (ho frpra.er. IU niBilo a most .admirable ami reeling f ptecli. rhc day has been occupied with so many nnil interesting speeches, in fact, that I cannot itnilct Inltr, within (lie compass of this If tier, to give your readers, even an alutra I of them. A slight cur- ' "tiuimuii ui rucn must sunicc. .nr. 'LnJcrvvuod began by saying tint ho wain M.xiiiuiiicr, miuuiiieu ny siavenoiilers, lived nmoni' Ihein, an I knew ilicm. Ami hedil not believe tint 1 10 Hauso would judge partially, at least ho Impel they would nol, from the fact that s'avo-holdcrs oc cupied seals there. Still they might, even as tho gentleman fiom Massachti'ctls had said tiny would do. were ho nut on his trial In-fore them. I'utlia In ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 February 1842

Cimm.es Dickens is lionizing, ndinfmi turn, in Boston and Hartford. Of tlio liost of English lions who liavo visited tlita country ho is tlio only trie Who lias iiicritu'd tlio at tention ho has recoived. And wo fear some of his ndmircrs will over act in his case. Wo see no particular necessity for Ameri cans to mako fools of llicmsulvcs for tlio ed ification of any Englishman. Charles will be thirty years old next Tuesday, and is n very promising young man. Tho resolutions to censure Ex-t'rcsidont Adams had not been definitely acted upon at our last advices from Washington. We presume the "chivalry" will hack out after their usual quantum of valorous blustering. 'Election or Senator in ItiioDu Island. Hon. William Sprague has been elected Monitor in Congress from the Stale of Rhode Island, in the place of tho Hon. Nathan Dixon, recently deceased. In tho Legisla ture of that State, tho Whig voto stood, Spraguo 44, Scattering 2 Loco Toco, 'Potior 10, Absent 2. Tennt.sske. Both Houses...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 February 1842

"He touched his harp, nnd nations heard, entranced." for the 1'rca Press. great iiritain. Hear you the Ilrii'sh Lion bold 1 A royal beast is he, lii paws entitled fain would I10M Tim power ol cm li ntul sea. Heboid him sliclcliing out his claws Prcpum-,' lor iiltnrk, l'or lo enforce Victoria's law It v cratching China's Luck. He'd scraleh pcor China into rags Ai.d lute the liinpnor's nose, liecnusc 'lis Opium lip dislike, Its smui:ghiir would oppose. And not content his nail- lo slick Deep into heathen hides, He sets bin w helps lo try to pick 0 r i'aglc's tail besides. Wo thoticht tho hair upon his neck Was plenty long and tough Tut l'! he imnls nur JIuine 'o tako llchi'nt got .Mano enough I Hut It t turn ti ueh it if lie date : He'il I. mil it to his cost, Our bird's tot claws sis well as lie, When in her laljns ioa'd. tine'll tench oar I'ritish foe liken iss U ho burnt tho Caroline, That we inn plav the came main Our lathtr's jlny'd I'liigojuc. So let the Lion pis t hew iro If he...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 February 1842

NOT I II 2 GLORY OF GJESARj DUT TUB WBLPARU OP ROME. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1842. No. :7. LILY SYRUP. An unpnrrallcd remedy for Diseases of the I fifOOU..?.-, K-3l'.Ji: OK LIFR-A Valuable! M( IT fl. Medicine, winch, if rightly applied, will le Ihu 1 1" I mean of saving thousand Irom an milimilv grave, nr I'i r. ri- ..'.- r..i... 1 11 Li;cn u.i v.,......., '.... ' J.V". "iicei:, aul luimil lerv eTicicioii Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Hooping Cough, iS'f. to Tin: puiilK'. In pre-cnling to lbtvm.hr.' a now remedy for disea ses or the luiicn.fi liny I c proper to my dial, lodging from the many ccililicalcand roconitnendatinn of other snecific contained in the newspaper ol'lhe ilav no new remedy waoalle I for or req iiiej. Hut if the popular reme he ha I inaleria'ly lessened the lull o( mortal il v or any ae of the many preparation pi sci-i'd those virtue re-'ommende I, n ill it nfu-r a la trial, the paiienl co il lilepen.l upon it healing power, nnd ratio...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 February 1842

THE CENSUItERS CENSURED. Right licartily do wo rnjoicu tliat Hho old man eloquent' llio puro and upright though not always discreet and politic Statesman John Qui.vcv Adams lias so nobly irium pliod over the conspiracy to crush and des troy him. ISIr. Adams, goaded on by llio flagrant wrong dono to tlio Liberties of tho People in tliu practical and flagrant over throw of the right cf Petition, Im3 cfton said and dono what woro far belter unsaid and undone. In tins he deserved censure, hut he did not deserve constiro for presonting n res pectful ami substantial petition for a disso lution tif the Union, and moving its reference to Select committee with instructions to re port against gr.mtiog its prayer. The ros ohi'ion of Cuiuuru was concocted in a se cret (but not full) Caucus of Southern Mem bers, and was sustained and voted for by notoriuus and invctcrato Dlsunionistsin Con gress. The following is the vote by which it was laid to eternal rest beneath tho table, ri..: Yens, 100 10...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 February 1842

proving too frail to crnluro tlio cruelties to Which ho had been subjected. Ho had bcon demanded by Mr.Ellis, our Minister to Mexico, m a citlcrrof the United States, but a wools liad claspod wiiheut any reply having boon ro coived to the ddfnand. Tho impression was. that nothing but forcb wo'ild nineliorato the condition of the prisoners, am! that all would be treated alike. Sinco tho abovo was written wo have rcceii vod tlio Now Orleans Picayune of thu 2d, which contains a letter from (Ico. V. Kendall, dated Chihuahua, Nov. 127, in which he speaks of himself ag In good health .111 J spirits--, in com pany with two hundred other prisoner.", to roach Mexico early in February, lie makes noallu. sion to cruel treatment, but. on the contrary states tint the Governor and people of the place arc attentive and obliging. It 111:1 v be, n sug gested 111 a New Orleans piper, that the letter was written in tlio expectation of its being in tercepted by tlio Mexicans. N. '. American. Relics or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 February 1842

''Hrtiinched bis harp, and nations heard, entranced.1 Tlic following is, we believe, onoofllic mtninroiK ami exquisite vibrations of the harp of Slieritlun. We find it straggling througli tho papers williottta name. OKI ft IN OP .MAN. Afll ctinti ono day as she h.itk'.l to the rear, Or tho stormy mid straggling billow, Drew a t't'.m'ilnl form nn'thc rands of the chore, With tho sicninf.i vieping w.llow. Jupiter, strn k with the noble plan, As In" roamed o:t tho veige of the ocean, Ercath'.l on the figure, and calling it .mm, Kndowcd it with life and with motion. A rreit'i'o si glnriius in mind and in fratno S.i iu npil iv nil c.ic'i parent impression Amni:: t em a )int of contention beeitne, liarh claimed n lisht of possession. "Heismiue," aid Affliction, "I gave liimliis birth, I alonti am the cntisc'of -creation." Karlh. "lho materials were furnished by nio'' tmswer'd "I gave linn," sjid Jove, "animation." Tli" !"nil all asscmil in. solemn divan, A.'ler hearing racWrtlnimant'.s pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 February 1842

wot t ii c 0tJB0is An' PPT T 11 wntrAnn or home. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1842, No. 38. LILY SYRUP. I iW0.'."13 ESSENCE OK LIFE.-.Y Valuable I ITX .Mr.ln'i.u- .l,,,.l, ir I.. ,, -I ...mi., .i... An unparralled remedy far Diseases of the means of savins thou-and. from an untimely crave. Lnnet, Consumption, Coughs, influenza, 1 , T T ' 1 r "' " , V ,, r.e:" ,, ' t ,i c' -ji' e J 1,1 j .I.IC1! a,u' found very clficiioiou. in llie following Colds, Aslimn, Spitting Of ISlOOCl, dl.ci.c-, Viz. Cnil.o.llniinn. WliOoniiia Comih.. coin- Hooping cougn, tyr. y T)TICK. CP'Mc.licine 15 I est Known t.y the li cures 11 perform..,,- I. Nowion's Panacea, or Purifier of thi Blood. The unparalleled ami Mill iticiea.inir reputation which this medicine hfl.ncqair i'J throughout IhuNcvv Engliind Suite., and the mrt in ure. 11 n.i. perlormcil, nil, I Hie great demand made TO TUB l'UllUO. In presenting, to ihcvu. In; n new remedy for disea ses of lhe lunis.ii miv 1 e nroncr to av l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 February 1842

THE EXCIlEQUKfl MILL. w Tu0 ETcnelucr Hill as reported by Mr. Cushine, (lit! not mean to anticipate diacustion, but, when i ic Buujcci came up, no snouid endeavor to show lliat llio measure was no violation of the com. promise act. He waa aure lie could show this, or at any rate should make tlie effort. When the resolutions camo Hp, the "Senate could then Hci upon me motion, logo into coinrnlttoo of the With Inodtlicn.in... nn Tf... ... . .1... .iTi ti..j i. ' . v""5""1. ......uses eiiae ine , 7' -"fl.Yrd 'U kxcchcqucr shnll thotist of Ihe Secrrlarv whole, and 0V ci! "i" S,'!,.ca.,a'- 1 " resolutions were then ordered to be nr.n .len. tt.;,C .iV-'.i' "I'I'uniuu . ine i re.. tc,i. i; a, ; i"1:0.8"01". ,our r". Th .i - .... ... . . 1 voyvw icr nun '111. I - "iiruuimiicH ruiliu llrl s HUO UV HIT. ?o7ke8VwhkKh,!ln'v!r "T l"' xh-1 ' rtf',N(W .fcsF, waa taken up and discussed, the opposi, mid nnv oilier tefe'li IL0 !'" Senators supporting and Mr. Clay o'ppos, mayrcqnroil. Tho Hoard in ln ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 February 1842

MANUFACTURES IN THE UNITED STATES. The following '''" j mqnuacfttrn dn thn TTn.ied States were prepared fur this paper, Jiy Mr. h. Whm "cnnnilcr of the N. Y. Register, from data hat census in many of tho States, was taken hv m lomnctcnt persons, wlm wero appointed, for poiicnt XS.connccled with the last Presidential election in "sad of beinglscle-tcd with reference to t for taking tho census yet the statistics collcctc, must be considered M approximate statelet. . J I gr.-gate industry tr the country. Thoso we now live relate to tho second most important brancr, nf Se .ubject I" uric -It.ire bein, the first, end closely connected with manufactures. Statistic, of Sfmnfaclurt, in the United Stales tWinf t'ucipital invested and Iht raluc of article, manufactured in He year -according to the cen sus olBtO . . . Capital in- Valua of articles vested, manium...... 8lfl.3j0.453 Cotton, Wool, Machinery, HardwJre, cutlery, &c. Cannon and small arms, Precious metals, Various metals, Granit...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 February 1842

'"He touched his harp, an J nations heard, entranced." song to the wmrrooiuviLii o v r a n k d E s A M 1 X Complaining bird, that sing'st at eve When all around is cilm and slill Why wilt thou malio my spirit pricve, And hid tno "Whip poor Will 1" What ha? poor Willy done, that ho Should bo the bnidrn ofthy si ng, As, sitting on yon old oak Irei1, Thou chauntc-sl nil night lonir "Whip poor Will 7" I whipped him once, but nhl in vain) Prom copso nnd wood, fioni g'enand hill, Tint oft-repeated lemn strain Still bids me "Whip poor Will." And thinigh tho little fellow -creanird For being whipped he knew not why Till on yen heaven the sinihghi gltati.cd, There came that inournnil crv "Whip poor Willi" On other themes, oh lonesome bird! Employ thy deep, melodious hill, And let me hear Gome oilier wotd, And not "Will" "Whip pot r Will." For William is a pleas int boy, A men-hearted, lovely ono nis falher'a pride, his mother's joy j Why must I whip mv si n' "Whip poor Willi" What I never do...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 March 1842

t NOT TUB GLORY OP C JB S A R BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1842. No. 39. LILY SYRUP. Iti "KNCE OF LIFK.-A Valuable! 11ITII4. JCPMclioine I wt known l.y the II' fllf Jlfino. which If ri,.l.ll.- nmiliiil. ..ill I .. Il. I I , M i,.,!',,.,,,, I ,1 I V t il...'. An unparralled remedy for Diseases of the "can. of savini lhou.and.f'froni an uniimclv crate. ! or Purifier ofthe Blood. Tim unparalleled nml still Ltlnos. Consumption! Coughs, Influenza, ,, ':" .'"J11 "'c'1 ''V lll."'l' '.L,ar," Y',1,1' r.ral ! IiK ren-iiiRropinnifoii whicli ihi medicine ha.aeqalr- .3 ' . t 'Jt' t Sit t ,. 1 ' 1,111 VLTV U 1CIICIUI. llllllt- IUI ' ..." B t It 1 .. 1 ' 1,111 VLTV U 111- ill. It-Hi Colds, Asthma, ispttUng oj Blood, di-ea-e-.vii:. Uon i.njjiicn, Wimo; Hooping Cough, ffc. tf. TO THE PUBLIC. In prcenllng lo lliiv-in lie a new remedy for di-ea How ins I ed ihronsho K the New IliHil.indSMle-. and the m.iiii- Cough., com- cure, if ha. performed, an I llio grci...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 March 1842

AM warn gjftigae Dinner To'Mn. Dickens at Nr.w Youk. TIio dinner to which Mr. Dickons was invited in Now York, was had on Friday. Wash ington Imng presided, assisted by Judge Belts, Mossrs. Ducr, Ilnnc, Vcrplauck, J. A. King and Ogden. Tho dinner was of course appropriately furnished with nil tho delicacies suited to such a festival. A blessing was asked by Rev. Mr. Bellows, of tho Unitarian Church. After tho cloth was removed, the President rose and nd- dressed the company as follows-: "I never regretted more llian t do at this moment tny want otitic habit of public speaking. For 1 feel that I could now with to git c way to the current of my thoughts and feelings; and yet I am a poor hor-e-man, and inns: bo careful how I get into the sadd'e or 1 shall bo thrown from my seat. And yei, on further consideration, I do not sco much cati'o to re gret this inability of mine to interest you in this wayi tor I foel that thcio will be no want of champions ready lo take mv places I sen -o man...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 March 1842

in me laws or-'hts state, and which lins remained BUllSlanlhllu mi(.lifin I f. . :. n. .. !.:....:.... I.. I u.tu . inin i ib nrM iii9iiliii"ii, on-. been productive of incnlcu'nble good to, the people of ..., ..jiu-mm id ine cause til ciiiic.111011 nnti iruo "",, nnauiriiigh it lias defect", there isgcotl reason ueiieyp uiui u euey arc tirougni i.nriy in ine kiiuw ledire or the people, ihcy will be prompt to lake any ato-Aii-noy jiiuicio is mess ire eo rcnicuy iiicin. ( II. Resolved. Thai. in other states, nn cxmninn ttoti under legislative authority, of their systems of uuucauon, anu the prnciices imucr mem not oniy tea shown important defects to exist, hut has pointed the way to their rcmowil, so wo lelievo that hUo benefits may nrno from n similar examination in this stale and the Rcsolu'ion of the Senate and House. of Representatives nt tlittr last so-ston, that the Gov ernor he reque ted to appoint n committee to mnkenn investigation and report on tho subject to the next nsssi...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 March 1842

'"fie touched tin harp, mil nations heard, cnlrancod.'1 UOME AT LAST. A shivering eh'il I mo winter's niiht, (The snow was deep mid enld the Mist f) tlutuinz her rnsijcd mother iiiht, " Mother," exel limed, we're homo at last 1" And as she spa o, poor lilt e one, ruined hut shusiond befure, Wh-nee, ever since the murmur; sun, 'They sirayed to bey from door to door. Vo'rn home at last I Sad homo a this AH bum without, all co J within ; The adder hero iniabt lurk nnil his", Her prisonous web the spider spin TJnt theru's no fire to warm, no light t And crevices are yawning wide, Through which the storm, this Ircrzing night, Alay lay joii etilfcned, side by fide. And yrt this wayward child has been By many a gorgeous housj nnd past '"Vhero mirth and music, cheer lliesceno, Nor envies for die's home at list! Thus may the heart be trai led below To Into the cot wherein was cast Its fare of nove'tv ntnl woe. "Li..e hcr's who ciied " wo are home at last I" From the Knitkirbochrr. " Z,5fl4 n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 March 1842

WOT TUB GLORY OP a J9 S A B BUT TUB WELFARE OP ROME. VOL. XV. LILY SYRUP. J- II- i i- .. 4 a n 1 1 nn nrrt 1 1 rii rp mpn tl rit s.,..i. n . ........ ....... ,(fc ttUngs, Consumption, Coughs, influenza, n.,?,l. A.lhmn Sn;n: nf ..V Colds, Asthma, Settling of Blood, Hooping Cough, .yc iy. TO TUB PUBLIC: In nre-entlng to thtvvu.lie a new remedy for di-en-Be of Ihe lunss.ii may lenrotier to sav ihai.inibsinr. from the many rcitilica'es ami recommendation, of uiuer n'iin-s i uiimiiit; i mi me newspaper, en i lie day no new remc Iv wa ealle. I fur or rcq lired. H it ifllic popular rcme lie. In l nircna'ly lo-sene I the bill, of nnrnuty, or any one ol the many preparation- po -ses-ed those virtue reoomineii Ic I, o ili.it afctr a l.i trial, the pa'ient co il I lopcii I upon it. healing power-', tend rationally hope fur a spec Iv recovery ol health, vhi.tittnble at'empt to nrre-t the progre's of Pulmo nary Con -umption wii'tld not have appeared. Hut that the victim, of ihi tla'nuw are: dail...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 March 1842

in AS. CONGRESS. Washington, Fob. 'M. The Benito has hot boon in soasiun to-day, ind tho Homo of Representatives lias done nuth injrofpuoiic Interest. A part of tliu day was devoted to tht consideration of the Retrench ment Resolutions, a part to a petition from Blair nnd it Rives, asking for remuneration for printing tho sixth census return?, ami a very small part to tlio proper business of tho day, bo mg .the consideration of private Bill. The Retrenchment Resolutions relate to the business maters of tho House, and propose a re trenchment in tho contingent expenditures of that body by tho reduction of the number of clerks and the diminution ofthn messengers, pa1 pes, and all tho poreons in attendance about the Capitol. Tho Retrenchment Committee seem to hate mado a wholesale business in the work of reform, and seem to have acted with more hurry than discretion in arriving atRomo of their conclusions, mere are ranlier ollonccs which need the pruning knife than those connected with ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 March 1842

Hi Metiririi-. 'in Charlotte onllio Blh of Jan. Ity tho llev. Mr. Wilkins, Mr Enn llosfoi J to Miss Cynlha Slier Hiauall of Charlotte In Richmond by Rev. Mr. t.ofell, Mr. U. hit oomb, of Essex, to Alras Manila Shcldcn, of Calais. ' 3D) dl In this town, on the 13th int. M.vlinda, daughter of Edward Parody, aged 10 months. M. Editor: Your papor of last Friday noti ced the death of Muter Kuocnc Whitti-mom., son of A. G. Wliilteinoro of this town. I regret that the writer of that notice did not subjoin a brief statc.mciit.of the character of that boy. I am aware that, ordinarily, the story of children's occcllencics is properly confined within the cir cle of relatives and acquaintances j but the case bofors us seems tome to furnish a just ground for departing from this becoming practice. Per mit in'e then, sir, to remark, with brevity, upon tho sickness, qualities of heart, and intellectual character of this youth. His disease was scarlet fever, attended thro ought by violent vomiting, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 March 1842

'tic touched Ins harp,rmd nations heard, entranced." WOHDStVOItTirS NEW BONNETS. Tlio lust London Quarterly contains in an nl)1o nriiclo on Ch pitiil Punishment, four beautiful sottnnls from thn pen of tlio in comparable Wontiswoirni, liich have nuv er beforo been published. They were uliciled by tlio recent discussion of this important utijoct in Parhinifint, and will ho found to be an exquisite production, as well for their fidmiruhlo philosopliy, and cloar reasoning, as fur splendid versification. Thus, tho hrtiad question which irt' """r tlio country to look at, in rospee ,0 ,m' I',"" idununt bv death, is in eueri i jl abolition. It is to tl.W nucstion that M- yv,'r . s Sounds refer ; and the 'n(,ral. llr1"1 "f, ,lm gnntinmnts which ihov r.'res. that there is a dnci.fr charity.' and a niorr- enlarged view of relhji'un 'disatinns than that which would diclaU fliich a mr-asurn in this country, in tlm piesent slate of society Our belief is tint tlm etf'tt body of opinion in tho rou...

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