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

.y,,-,!, 1 H. T. While & L. T, Guernsey. THE POPE'S COURIER. Celibacy or tho Clergy. fEvcry body knows that the church of Romo for- 9 bldsuhe clorgy to marry ; but does every body know lfcU? ...J f.. .1.!. l.ll.t.! T. I .LI. the! L1IO 1UUSU11 K.Clt IU1 11113 W1UJJIU1UUU 1 H is this- that lhepricsls may live more holy and consecrated lives1. Andjfor the same reason they get togellier " a number nf young- ladies and shut them up for life with free intercourse with tho priests in nunneries, ' that they too may live more holy. Dut unless truth is greatly departed from in history and in tho narra lion of common circumstances, thoy .lead most scan dalous lives in those institutions. mOut of convents, too, tho priests have, to a great extcpT.'for ages.been Vemaikahlo for easy virtue. It is vory odd indeed that a priest cannot Uveas holy in a lawful relation- shipVItli one woman, according to tho appointment . of God himself, as he can in an unlawful relation fcvithimany. s Hero is a 'g...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 5 July 1842

l)iiV0TUJ)TO POLITICS THE NEWS Women retire from this work but ten or twclvo tlnys to be confined ; often thoy miscarry; and sometimes the child is born whilo tho "mother is actually at work. Thcso mints arc badly ventila ted, so that in hot w'eallicr tho lights go out. In tho English mines matters appear lo be worse: young people ofboth sexes are employed as "bur nets" poisons who drag tliocoal from one placo to anpthcr in small carts. A belt is fastened round tho waist and to that is Fixed a chain, which draws tho cait. Tho drawer goes on all fours, the chain (passing between tho legs. Boys and girls, from fifteen to twenty years of ago, aro employed indis criminately at this work; the girls naked to tho wnistlnrid dressed in tattered trousers. Tho rib aldry and tho miserable precocious profligacy which result arc better not described here; nor tho consequences of tho custom by which these young harriers havo to wait for coal in a daTk room with a minor who is stark naked. Modes t...

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 July 1842

D VOTED TO POLITICS THE NEWS OP THE DAY GENEIIAL DISCUSSION- Tuesday Afternoon JULY 5. 'THAT STATE CONVENTION To-morrow. Wednesday, July Gth. The Speech of Mr. Clay at the Great Meeting in Lexington, Ky. tcill appear next week. Without .Distinction of Party. The Pittsburgh Advocato contains a call for a " ,J meeting signed by fifteen hundred names wlthoitTdislinction of party. .Totho often asked question, "Shall wo havo a "Tariff at this session 1" tho best answer is, to point to such expressions of tho will of the people and usk the inquirer, "dare Congress disregard the geo - pie's voice on this question" Dare the President hrdve"thetr indignatiblftjdlh a velo vhether his no Ttions aboutthe'PublicLanSa aro conciliated nrnnit" , Tho expected duel' between Mr.sMarthall of tho iHousoof Representatives and Jas. Watson Webb, oMhojNew York Courier & Enquirer took place lneaaNaaman,V Creek ij.pelawrgjjajbi!5tli. At tho 2d shotYsS6" vnougTi not dang t ously wounded'in the leg. Another...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 5 July 1842

4. f DJ3V0TEDTO POLITICS THE NEWS DU.U1BARO WOULD tnko lliis method to Inform the inhabit ants of Rutland and vicinity that,having pur chased tho premises formerly owned by J. C. Dex ter, Esq.) south of iho stago-housc, ho intends to follow the practico of Medicine, in all its varied branches, and hopes to merit a share of public pat Tonago, by. a close attention to his business, temper once in his habits, and fair and honorable dealing with his custotneis. Ills practico, for ten years t- past, has boon predicated on the principles of the u tJRcformcd," (or vegetable practice,) as taught in New York City, and College at VVorthington, Ohio. Wo those who aro unacquainted with the system, iho sujiscriber would inform them that tho Reform ed practice tvas instituted, and a medical school es tablished in.tlie city of Now York, in 1820, by W. Beach, m. d. and now president of the Reformed Medical Society of llio United States'. Dr 15, es tablished a board of professors in this school on t...

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

MM- . .. . f M8 1 11 1 -""-"""'"'w.yiii i .ii jim j i . , jr..' . . ' jjsJ lIt tt T. WIillo lei. T, Guernsey, TUESDAY, JULYiyK, . ; VV-J --i-J WIII STATE CONVENTION. Proceedings of the Whig Slate Convention of Ver mont, convened agreeably to the notice of the State Central Committee at Middjthiry on the Gtfr day of July, .1842,or the purpose vf nominating State t Officer t. . The'Convention was organized by tlie appoint mont of thc'following officers, viz. President, Hon. HORATIO SEYMOUR. , Vict Presidents. Mr. Soufhworth, IJonnington Co! ' " Zenas V. Hyde, Windham, " O. P. Chandler, Windsor, " E. Hall, Rutland, " Scth Austin, Orange, Gen, Wm. Nash, Addison, Mr. Joseph Marsh, Chittenden, Gen. A. Cushman, Washington, Mr. Tito. It. Ilaw-lov, Lamoille, " Joseph Curtis, Franklin, '. " Alpheu3 Warner, Caledonia. - - ( accreianw. t J. Collins Wicker, of Addison, F. W. Hopkins, of Rutland. On motion of mr. Clark of Brandon, a Commiltco of seven was appointed by the President to report vAcn...

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

DVOTEDTOPOLITICS-TI1ENEVVS inured to hardships, nnd accustomed to necessary toil, and thus did they educate their daughters. T T l.i . . . " 1 . lv'. , . - J '"a t iticitv. a tid destroying their snowy whiteness, was sourlit hv the young men of those days as a filcompanion for life, but in modern times to learn tho mysteries of tho household would make our fair ones faint away ; and to labor comes not imo the code of tn odern gentility. Industry and frugality will lead to cheerfulness land contentment, and a contented wife tends great ly to soften tho asperities and smooth tho rough paths of a man's journey through life. It has been truly said, a pleasant and cheerful wife is a rainbov in tho sky, when tho husband's mind is tossed with storms and tempests : but a dissatisfied nnd fretful wife, in the hour of trouble, is like a thunder-cloud, charged with electric fluid. THE HEEALD. JULY 19. Democratic Whig Protective Tariff Ticket Election 1st Tuesday, being Oth day of Soptombcr. . ...

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

DEVOTEDTO POLITICS THE NEWS Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune. Ohio Whigs Rousing for Action Clay and Cor- win in the Buckeye Slate The Tariff and Prospects for 1844. Dayton, Ohio, June 22, 1842. Perlias some of your readers may wish to know how hriglit nnd promising are the political pros pects of the glorious West. Iam proud to say that the spirit which animated tho people two years ago, is neither dead nor dormant. Thcsamo zeal that stirred tho souls of good men and true, the same feelings that animated the bosoms of the hundred thousand of tho Miami Valley on that well remembered Tenth of September, 1840, is agamawaking with renewed vigor; and a young Phcnix is about to take wing from tho ashes of the dead. Every indication proclaims the fact, that tho yeomanry of our land will again come up With unabated and determined energy to tho work of political regeneration. Our valleys will again teem with congregated freemen, whenever tho tall shall bo sounded, and tho time is fast ap...

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

D VOTED TO POLITICS-TIIE NEWS THE HOPE'S COZirJEK. From Nivins1 Thought tn Popery. The Tower to rorglvc.Slns. Sceulum modcslum I ratlior stipposo will not bo the designation by which tlio lOtli century will bo distinguished in history from her sister centuries. know not whether any ago has been more rcmarka' bio for cases ofunounJcd pretension than tho pre sent. J ho case, however, of which I am to take notice, did not oiiglnate in tho 10th century. It has existed many hundred years. I do not wonder at its surviving tho dark ages, but that it should have lived so far into the luminous 10th docs somewhat surpriso mo. The pretonsion to which I allude i3 made by tho Catholic priesthood. They protend to Havo power over sins, to remit or retain them. They claim that tho prerogative of pardon is lodged with them. And that is tho reason, why they re ccive conlessions. The first thing that strikes me, is, tha contrariety of this notion to common sense. Tho idea of being pardoned by any othe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 13 September 1842

- z : 'sr- - j-smm&$mmm IB HHP IL A - s ff Family JTewspapcv-Designed to be a WHITE & GUERNSEY. THE JIEHALD Is published and ready for delivery every Tues day afternoon, at the former prices, viz. Village subscribers, delivered at their dnor two dollars a year mail, lico dollars; twenty-five cents deduction in uom cases tl paid bo lore 1st ol July. Individuals or companies taking papers at the office, and companies qn stage louts, one dollar seventy-hve cents ; twenty-five cents deducted if paid before ltt July. Those supplied hv pnst-tideis, if left at their doors, two dollars if left otT tho rout in packages, one dollar seventy-five c.nls, with deduc- uuii ui itvumyiive cents n casneci ueiore 1st July. The above is vrccisclv the former scale cf nriecs and in time to come tee shall in no caie deviate from them. Letters of business toill be returned if sent by mail unpaid. Job work executed on reasonable notice and at fust charges. Industry nnd Idlcucs. BY T. 8. ARTHUR. .No....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 13 September 1842

DEVOTEDTO POLITICS-TIIE NEWS 'Months flew and timo hut increased her suffer jngs; all honc had long deserted her. One day she remained alone in the choir after tho termina tion of the evening prayers ; sho was, as usual, im ploring tor mercy and relief. Her meditation was interrupted by hearing her name pronounced dis tinctly, though in a whisper. She listened and heard it again ; she started, rose, looked up into tho church, and remained thrilled with emotion ; supported by a pillar, to which she clung, for she recognised by tho gleam of twilight yes she could not be mistaken she recognised her lover. Fearful of detection, ho threw a letter into the choir, over tho lattice work, and disappeared. She was weak enough to read it. It said, "that by her father's influence, ho had been sent on board a vessel, which took him to Havana, where ho was appointed to a regiment. He had petitioned in vain for leave to return to Spain, ami even for his discharge from tho service. Both had been re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 13 September 1842

DEVOTED TO POLITICS NEWS OF THE DAY GENERAL DISCUSSION AGRICULTUER BIOGRAl'IIY TRAVELS LITEIIAILY, MORAL, RELIGIOUS AND MISCELLANEOUS READING jFocrfjju jSTcIujj. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER FROM EU ROPE. Arrlvnl of the Calcitonin. The royal mail steamship Caledonia, Captain Lott, arrived at Boston on Friday morning, at a quarter past 5 o'clock, having left Liverpool on the 19th ult., at 5 P. M., arrived at Halifax "21st, nnd left samo day at 12 1-2 P. M. thus making the passago from Liverpool to Boston in 13 days and 1 1 hours. The Caledonia brought 80 passengers to Bos ton, haviitg left Liverpool with 77, landing 10 at Halifax, and taking 13 on board at that port for Boston. The Arcadia arrived at Liverpool on the 13th, in 9 1-2 days from Halifax, having left Boston on the 1st. The most important intelligence by this arrival is that of serious and extensive riots in the manu facturing and mining districts of England and Scotland. Their exciting cause was a farther re duction of wages by som...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 13 September 1842

uiuvyjirjii ij ruLiniia THE NEWS THE POPE'S CORNER. From Kevins' Thoughts tn Popery. lmngo Worship. If thoro bo any truth in phrenology, I judgo tli t Catholics must have the organ of veneration very largely developed. There are no people, unless it he some pagans, who are so inclined to worship. They worship almost every thing that comes in their way, with scarcely any discrimination. The value of worship with them seems to depend on the varie ty u'f objects worshipped. What a pity it is they cannot coniinotncir worship within narrower bounds' Wh .! a pity they are not satisfied with one object of religious veneration the croat. Glorious God ! But no. besides him they must have a host of creatures, 1 nnpale, saints, and what not, as objects of adoration. Nor aro they satisfied with these things themselves. Thnv must have visible representations of these thin,;, to bow down unto and worship. Thoy want some ilng to worship which they can see. In the profcs-iion of faith which I find ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 20 September 1842

Family ofTcwspapcr---I$esigned to he a WHITE & GiUKltXSEY. TUB HERALD Ys ntihliahed and rcadv for delivery cvorv Tlcs- day afternoon, nt the I'uriner priecsrkviz. Village subscribers, delivered at tlieir door two dollars a year mall, two dollars; Iwenly-five ceils deduction in both cases IT paid before 1st ol July. Individuals or companies taking papers Sit tho Office, and companies 'nil stage routs,' one dollar seventy-five cents ; twenty-five, cents'deildctod 11 paid linfnrn lnt Julv. Those Rtmolied bv rmsl-rldeia. if 'left at tlieir doors, two dollars if left off Ibo rout in f, packages, one dolfar seventy-five ants, witlulorlufl- tion ol twenty-live rents ll.casheil beloro 1st July. The above is precisely the former scale J prices and" tn time to come tcf. shall in no cam deviate from them. Letters of builhr'h will he 'returned if sent by mail unpaid. Job t&ork executed oh reasohablc notice and at just chargts. List of Passed in the 2d PttEHA20 Toft T. An act to nrovide ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 20 September 1842

ox-ED lWriCS- NEWS OF THE HEMA3LB. SEPTEMBER 20. KJ The communication on our outside to-day, was presented for publication last week, but too late for insertion. It is not, however, out of date, nei ther is the subject it treats upon, "got along with." Mr. Burleigh's .Lecture. On Wednesday evening Inst Mr. Burleigh deliveT ed his second Ami-Slavery Lecture in this village. 5n the main his views, as. then exhibited, substan tially correspond with our own, both in estimating 'tho.evilof slavery andin applying tho remedy, and wo should esteem it a ptivilcfie to Jay tho address ' 'before our readers, wore it possiblo. Ho would not drag the slave question to tho polls to serve as a moio hobby for political aspirants to - irldo into office, but would rely solely on bringing 'tho moral influence tho Christian influence of the 'north into friendly 'intercourse with what of morality and Christianity thero is at tho South, and allowthoir ""united power to act upon the slavo system. We did 'no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 20 September 1842

ff. f. DBVOTEDTO FOLITICS-THE NEWS OF THE DAY-GENERAL DISCUSSION-AGRICULTURE-DIOGRAPHY-TIIAVUILS-LITCIIARY, MORAL, RELIGIOUS AND MISCELLANEOUS ILEA DIN jEELCTIOIV RETURNS. RUTLAND COUNTY. For this County we givo the Stato voto of 1841 for tho convonicnco of comparing in each town with tho present returns. State vote 1842 For 1841 y SP S I w a a & B 5' : Rcp'sntves ? S' " y S: or 1842 Benson 117 108 1 141 88 Howard w Brandon 103 ICO 60 120 123 72 Spraguo w Castleton 238 1380 200 110 0 Sanford w Chittenden 60 50 0 54 30 13 Rogue w Clarendon 102 110 5 103 09 G Briggsw Danby 130 J31 3 I 130 118 1 Edwards w Fairhavon 79 88 if 88 28 2 Ellis w Hubbardton - 83 32 4 Flagg w Ira 52 2$ 0 43 29 3 Fish w . Mendon 58 69 7 40 03 1 Caldwell L Md'let'wn 100 119 2 120 90 1 Harrin'ton 1 MtHolloy 188 22 1 03 11- 83 Barber w Mt Tabor 10 19 4 10 32 1 Hill L Oiwol 213 41 120 33 20 Rottom w .Pawlet 203 108 6 170 149 8 Hollisterxv Piltsfbrd 173 137 20 151 124 20 Kellogg w Pittsfield 75 27 10 32 24 48 Ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 20 September 1842

P t .VO'lTJVro POLITICSTHE NEWS STATE OF VERMONT, T)B it remembered Diirlct of Rutland, ss. J JJ that at a special , mobile court held at Rutland, within and fur said distii.-t, on the 12th day of Sept., 1842. Present, Win. Hall, Judco. Sally Vail, solo remaining administratrix upon . tho estate of Edward Vail, late of Danby in sab ' 'district, dec.eased, intestate, having mado applica ' tlonttfSaid court to have the time allowed for pay .. Ing Do debts of said deceased extended uno ycai 'from the SIst day ofOct. next; It is onlcred ihnt said application bo referred foi lie.irimj arid decision to tho first Monday being lb( - "M'dv of October next, and that a copy of this order be published three weeks successively, provi mius therein, in tho Kutland Herald, a nowspapei printed at Rutland, that all persons interested ma) appear and object to tho samoiflhoy see cause. A tnio copy of record, V 07:30 HENRY HALL, Register. ES stray. . "12R0KE into tho cnclcsureof the subscriber about a j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 October 1842

WLsk". mm r t, 1 1 S. Family JYewspaper Designed to he a WHITE & GUEltNSEsY. THE HERALD Is published and ready for delivery every Tues day afternoon, at the former prices, viz. Village subscribers, delivered at their door two dollars a year mail, lino dollars; twenty-five cents deduction in both cases if paid before 1st olJuly. Individuals or companies taking papers at the office, and companies on stage touts, one dollar seventy-five cents ; twenty-five cents deducted if paid before 1st July. Those supplied by pnst-rideis, if .-.left at their doors, two dollars if left off the rout in packages, one dollar seventy-five cuts, wilhdeduc lion of twenty-iivo cents if cashed before 1st July. The above is precisely the former scale if prices and in time to come we shall in no case deviate from them. Letters of lusincss will he returned if sent by mail unpaid. Job work executed on reasonable notice and at just charges. J300D NIGHT. li ' ' A SWIS3lifinN or DAUfHINY. From the unpublished ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 October 1842

DKVOTfiDTO POLITICS THE NEWS THE HEKALD. OCTOBER 4. Sound ll.o Wnrnliig.-tlils Matter Rhould bo well iiiulcrslooil. It is not likely tliat any man possesses the hardi hnod to deny the assumption that the majority of the people oftht United Stales arc pleased with as much of. a tariff as the late Act of Congress has provided and that they wish it to lie permanently continued. That they consider it indispensable to their individ ual and collective interest, and that, so long as our standard of pay for labor is higher than that of for eign countries, so long will it be tho only measure that can he adopted to protect our productive-labor population from being reduced to iho condition of the same class in foreign countries, or securo to our nativo enterprise and capital a chance of successful employment. And further that, in view of die rel ative condition of ours to foreign countries, the 'only proper way to raise money for the support o the General Govcrninc'it fs, to tax foreign produ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 October 1842

DEVOTED TO POLITICS NEWS OF THE DAY GENERAL DISCUSSION AGIUCULTUER. IIlbcfltAl'HY TRAVELS LITERARY, MORAL, RELIGIOUS AND MISCELLANEOUS READING r " fall; it may bo added, also, that it is a season of) fining himself in these inquiries mainly to the lim greater leisure, aim aunougn u is coiiiiuemiy ns- ns lnarueu out uy mo prcscrumciu, sorted that tho manuro is wasted by rains and snows, yet much ought to bo allowed on tho other side, for tho protection afforded by tho top dressing to tho tender roots oftho plants during winter, and ought wo not to add something for tho low tem perature of the atmosphere in winter, which pre vents evaporation? Whatever principles of fer tility exists in manure, are in winter carried down into the soil. Wc arc fully convinced that a scorching sun, and drying air, aro more perni cious to manures, spread thinly over tho surface, than any drenching rains can be, unless on declivi ties, where top-drcssingsarc unquestionably of less value than on level grou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 October 1842

VO TED TO POLITICS NEWS OF DR.I11BABD , , u ,, TTCTOULD tako this method 10 inform tlio inhabit T T ants of Rutland and vicinity that.having put chased tho promises formerly owned by J. C. Dex ter, Esq., south of tho stage-house, ho intends to follow tho practico of Medicine, in all its varied branches, and hopes to merit a share of public pat ronage, by a close attention to his business, temper ance in his habits, and lair and lonoralle dealing willi his customeis. His practice, for ton years past, has boon predicated on the principles of thS "Reformed," (or vegetable practh.o,) as taught in New York City, and College at Washington, Ohio. To thoso who are unacquainted with the system, tho subscriber would inform thoni that tho Reform ed practice Was instituted, and a medical school es tablished in tho city of New York, in 182!), by W. Beach, m. d. and now president of tho Reformed Medical Society of the United Stales. Dr I), es tablished a board of professors in tills school on the...

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