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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 July 1845

Celebration at WcstoH. The " Glorious Fourth" wan appropriately i wtcbtated by the cithtcrM of "Weston, without dwtinction of party, sen, or ilenominMion. The morning was ushered in by firing of can Don and ringing of belts. The procession was formed on the Common at 11 o'clock, A. M., under the direction or Col. Stephen Smith, Chief Marshal, assisted by Maj. J. 11. BaMwin and Dr. S. Cirter, consisting of about SOO cili- reiwoi ihw town and vicinity. The nroces-i Fton proceeded to the Union Meeting Houv attended by martial muic, where after a volun tary by the choir, the Her. S. C. Laveland ap propriately addressed the Throne of Grace-, Rev. S. II. Tollman read a Hymn, which was Kong with spirit by thechoir, the Declaration of Independence was read by Dr. C. V. Ad-1 am, and a highly interesting and appropriate Oration was delivered hy A. H. Cragin. Etq. The Orator seemed to be inspired with patriot ic seal, and he dwelt, with great efiect, upon the necessity of attachment to the ' U...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 July 1845

"""A BcaHtifil scene m Berkshire County. A few days since, I had the pleasure of at tending a meeting of rare occurrence, on an occasion of very peculiar interest. It was tho. fiftieth anniversary of the' ordination of tho'-Itcv, Samuel Shepard, D. D., of Lenox, (Mass.) Although Dr. S. is now past tho age allotted to man, threescore years and ten, yet such have been his habits of mind and of body, that he pronounced a discourse ofau hour and a half in length, which for terseness, clearness, strength, and pathos, is .seldom equalled. It will bo 'remembered that fifty years ago is a great while. Ho was then young, clastic, buoyant, in tho fresh ness of hopo; ho was now an old man, full of years, full of labors, and about logo to his fathers full of honor, respect and love. Wholo number received into the church .during tho fifty years, 814, all of whom, ex cepting 103,.wero admitted on profession. Tho wholo number of deaths in tho tcholc town, during this period, is 953, being 011(7 13...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 July 1845

TEBMOIT FHEIVIX. BY WM. K. It Y THE II. Bli IlTTLEBORO, Vt, JULY 25, 1 845. VOL. XI. NO. 4& All persons require Fuels. Remember in all catet that you are not deceiv ed by thingt that appear to be facts. Lorraine's Pills. THESE Pilla are now acknowledged by thousands that use them doily;-to'bo the only medicine that faiily takes the Danker from all others. They cause no nain or unea einess or any kind in their operation, and re quire, neither change of diet nor care of any kind. This medicine has actually done won ders. 11 lias established n reputation unrivall ed, on its own merits, without being pulR-d up continually in the papers. The attention of tho 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 oilier medicine had entirely (ailed of giving even re lief. T.tm, Dee. 17th, 1849. S...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 July 1845

SiMfpriar Murder Trial. The trial orHenry S. Green for the murder orhia wife was going on In Troy, N. Y., last week Thursday. A connected history ol the case is given by the Troy Budget, as follews: In November the prisoner, who was a mer chant, was burnt out and thrown out of busi ness. Soon after a company of temperance per formers made an exhibition in that town. A young lady named Mary Ann Wyolt, somo 18 ypars of age, was in the company, who, by her line personal appearance, won a strong hold up on the affections of the people, and particular ly ol the prisoner, who at once enlisted with the company in their pcrlormanccs. Tho com pany, not meeting with much success in some adjoining towns, disbanded at New Lebanon, and soon after Green returned to Berlin, in formed his friends that he was to be married a week from the nest Sunday night, and invited them to attend his wedding at New Lebanon. But such was the haste of the prisoner to make euro of his prize, that he did not wait un...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 July 1845

fifteen days later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE BRITANNIA. The Steamer Britannia arrived at Boston, on Saturday morning, bringing London and Liverpool advices t5 the lth, and Paris and Havre to the 1st. The Grent Western was to leave Liver pool for N. York on the 5th inst., and tiie Grent Britain on the 520th inst. The Steamship Gcnl Britain left Dublin on the morning of the 3d inst., and armed at Liverpool at 10 in the evening amid the cheers and enthusiasm of assembled thou sands. The European Times of the 4th says; She is unquestionably n splendid ves sel so elegant so frigate-like, and her immense proportions, so great as they arc, strike the cyo with less surpriso than their symmetry nnd elegant buoyancy. She was announced for New York on the 26th inst.; in the interim she was to be exhibited in Liverpool, where her appoarance had exci ted great interest, which will yield a rich harvest to her owners. Parliament was still in session, but would be prorogued early in August. The F...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 July 1845

Fronvtlio St. Louis Reveille. "OF SUCH IS THE KINGDOM 01'mEAVEN." A blind old beggar, with tils hat In hind, Neglected by the busy passers by, I noticed shjly at a corner stand, With moisture falling from his sightless-eye, A child came by a laughing little creature With joy and innocenco In every feature, Skipping forth gaily to an apple stand, She saw the beggar and became less gay ) Then fluug tlio bit of siluer In ht-r hand Into the old man's hat, and ran away ! Interesting Scene. In a lalo Vermont Chronicle is an account ol the recent meeting at Peacham, Vt.,ortho Cat cdonla Conference of Churches. T ho writer 8 ays: 'A circumstance which rendered the closing exercises tlio moro interesting, was the pres. enco of the venerahlo and beloved Rev Leon- nrd Worcester, Senior Pastor of the church hi Peacham. For some four or five venrs. thro ago and infirmity, he had not visited the scene 01 nis lormcr labors; and it was only as the re sult ofa special dibit that he was enabled to be...

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

.1 . v "I ' BY WM. M. RYTIIEIl. BRA rTLEBORO, Vt., AUGUST 1, 1 845, VOL. XL NO. 49. s Sands' Sarsaparilla, For the remount and permanent cure of all Diseases arising from an impure state of the Blood, or. Habit of the System. IF we read Jho history of disorder we ore astonished thai men live; ifof cures, we are still more astonished that tliey die. And yet in fact nearly all diseases huve n common ori gin, viz: In the organs which prepare and modify the hlood, with a remedy, directed to the seat of disease, will remove 'a host of its phenomena. It is tho peculiar characteristic of Sands' Sarsaparilla, that ila searching oper ation reaches the causes of disease, and the cures it perform are therefore radical and tho rough. The health of the human system de pends almost entirely upon the sialo of the blood. If the vitalizing fluid which pervades every tissue, membrane, fibre, filament, nland or other organ, primary or subsidiary;, if the body be charged with the elements of disease, s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 August 1845

DOMESTIC. Mystery Uivcilcdl The Baltimore Sun states that sorrio three or four weeks since a lady, calling herself Miss or Sirs Rogers, from appearance between thiity and thirty-five, years of age, of quite an at tractive form, though not of lovely features, look lodgings at a hotel in Baltimore, at the usual rate of board, being one dollar per day. Sho seemed to be in command or funds, talked of depositcs in the Merchants' Bank, and dressed in silks and satins at tho top of the mode. She had been a resident of the hotel some two or three weeks, when a variety of rather whimsical notions and sundry peculiari ties of conduct, awakened suspicion' that some thing was going on wrong, or strange at all events, in connection with this damsel of he farther side of thirty. At length a consultation was hcldSin, relation to her, suggested by an apparent necessity of ascertaining who or what she was. It was stated that sho was in the habit of leaving tho hotel every day, immedi ately after bre...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 August 1845

VERMONT PHCENIX, -Wilmington Cattle. It is well known that for the lost fifteen years the town of Wilmington has maintained a decided su periority over every other town in tho county in regard to the excellence or its cattle, and at no time lias this superiority been more marked or more generally acknowledged, than the present. We have thought it might interest our readers to be in formed of the origin and progress uf the improve ment in that town. On inquiry we have ascer tained the following particulars : Twenty-five years ago, nil the slock in this town was of the old native breed, and this was In a course of rapid degeneracy from the practice of breeding in and in. At this time, a gentleman by the name of Elijah Hill moved Into town from Lebanon, N II. Ilia judgment had been some what instructed in regard to stock, and the marked defects of the Wilmington cattle did not escape him. He went lo Lebanon, purchased of the Shakers two long horned Durham Bulls, and brought them to W. ...

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

IiU'CY LEE. One by.gonc motn, as village bells . Rang Might o'er stream and lea, Young Walter breathed a sad farewell ' To lovely Lucy Lee ! A glossy ring'et next hi heart, Ho bravci the stormy sea j , ' J The melting lrh Ilia tearful eye, Remain with Lucy Leo. Oh, poor Lucy Leo 1 Oh, poor Lucy Leo I , Tho melting sigh the tearful eye, ' Remain with Lucy Lee. And gone are years of hopes and (cars ; . From Waller o'er theses. ' LTNo tidings came to fan the flame, Tho light of Lucy Lee. The flower with perfumo scents the heath, " ' Though withering it may bo ; Bo gently passed tho wasted breath Of lovely Lucy Leo. Oh, poor Lucy Leo! Oh, poor Luoy Lee 1 So gently passed the wasted breath Of lovely Lucy Lee. How sadly tolls the villago bells 1 . Though bush and flower and tree Bloom gladly forth yet every knell Mourns lovely Lucy Lee. A stranger joined that tearful train Young Waller's crossed the sea v i Reside hor tomb (oft tiue love's doom) ile weeps for Lucy Leo. Oh, poor Lucy Leo !...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 August 1845

VERMONT PHtEUriX. Y WM. K. KYTIIER, BRA fTLEBORO, Vt AUGUST 8, 1 845. VOL. XI. NO. 50. SONG. Sho died in beauty ! like n rose Blown from its parent stem : She died in beauty ! like a pearl Dnip'd from some diadem. She died Injjeaiily 1 like a lay Along a moonlit lake:' " She died in beauty liko the song Of birds ninld the brake. She died in beauty ! like the snow On flowers dissolv'd away t She died in beauty 1 like a star Lost nn the brow of day. She Lht3 in glory ! like night's gems Set round the silver moon : She lives in glory ! like the sun Amid the blue ol June ! A Trip to the Tails. To the Editor of the. Phetnix: Dubuquu, June 27, 1845. Dr..vn Sir : Agrccalily to your request, I herewith give you some hasty notes of a recent visit to St. Peters and the Falls of St. Anthony. I embarked at this place on Thursday the 10th inst., in the steamer St. Croix, at one o'clock P. M., and found on board n party of gentlemen and ladies from different States, including several acquaint anc...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 August 1845

Party Names. kt vvo wish somebody would answer us two Questions, viz: What Is a Democratic He Subliean and what is a Democratic Whig 1 lepublican, Whig, Democrat, we understand these. II a Democratic Republican is not a black black-bird, and if a Democratic Wmo is not a white ulacK-bfru, then now is ill Woodstock (Vt.) Jlge. ICF Wo will try to help our ncrnlexcd co. temporary. A Democratic Republican in Vir ginia 13 uue wuu i ruined unu sucks 10 a consll tulion which allows a rich man to vote in every County where he has property and don't allow a poor man to voto at all and insists that Counties containing three-eights or the Free population shall govern the wholo State. In New Hampshire ho allows all whito men to vote, but insists that Catholics and poor men suan not ue anoweu 10 noiu the moro responsi- Dieoinccs. in mi mo oouin, no ndvocalcs o penly the absoluto eternal subjection ofliall tlio Human Race as chatties to the will and pleas- uro oi ino otner nan, anu denounces the w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 August 1845

A Trip to the Tails. NO. II. To the Editor of the Fhanix: Dunuqun, Juno 27, 18-15. VERMONT PHCENIX, Informillon has roached u from various and rcllablo sources that efforts aro being made to establish a now Whig paper in this village. The question naturally 1 -! c ...1... It ...I ...I... Ll...... 1 On the eastern shore of Lake Pepin there g ,0 &0 and C1U80 of l)0 wlli ,l0 rises an immense perpenuicuiar Jeage, can- ,unDivli10 demand, of thorcadine Whls community Cll the Mailhrix Rock, lifting its head III ma- around ns I and ir so. what aro thoeo demands, and to jestio grandeur to the height, a3 estimated what extent do they oxlst t Theso aro questions which liy some Ot our passengers, OI nearly 4UU present themselves to our mind, and tncy arc questions fed. TllCro is an Indian tradition COIIIICCt- which wo think every one has a right to discuss, and ud willl it. to the effect, that a ccrla-ll Chief- which it is tho duty of every true Whig to carefully tain's daughter, named Wcno...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 August 1845

From the N. II. Suleiman Hes. Jehu Randolph. This noted gentleman was a native of Virginia. Ho usually wroto his name, John Randolph of Roanoke. Ho was born Juno 2. 1773. and was descended from Pocha Hontas, an Indian ; whose true name was Malouca, but was baptized, Rebecca. She married Joint Itolfc, Esq. His son Thorn' as bad an only daughter, who married Rob ert JJolling; Mr Moiling had one son, John Boiling ; ono of whose daughters married Richard Randolph, of Custis. The young est son of this man, John Randolph, of Ro anoke married trances Bland ; tho late John Randolph, of Roanoke, was his young est son, and the sixth in descent from Po- chahontas. He had much of the crectness and shape of the Indian ; walked with his toes rather turned in. Ho was fond of gun ning, and would often, when at Washing ton, take his personal servant, Juba, and ride to the shore of the Potomac, to kill birds. Each rodo a horse ; Juba, ten or twelve feet behind his master, whom he fol lowed to the ste...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 August 1845

VERMONT! PHCEUriX. If BY WM. E. It Y T II E 3R. BRA TTLEBORO, Vt.,AUG-U$T 15, 1845. VOL. XI. NO. 51; r LITTLE STREAMS, Little streams, In light and shadow, Flowing through the pasture meadow ; Flowing by tho green waysldo j Through tho forest dim and wldo J Through the. hamlet still and small! By tho cottago 5 by the hall J By the ruined abbey still ) Turning, hero and there, a mill Bearing tributes to tho river 5 Little streams, I lovo you ever. Summer music Is thcro flowing; Flowering plants In them are growing ; Happy life is In them all, Creatures innocent and small j LHtlo birds como down to drink Fearless on their leafy brink; Noblo trees besido tlif m grow, Glooming them with branches tow, And between, tho sunshine glancing. In their little waves is dancing. Llttlo streams have flowers a many, Beautiful and fair as tiny; Willow-herb with cotton seed j Arrow-head with eyo of jet, And tho watcr-vlolct ; Where the flowering rush you meet, And the pluming meadow-sweet; And in pla...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 August 1845

VERMONT PHOENIX, BBATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, AUGUST IS, 1845 STATE WHIG TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM SLABE. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON, FOR TREASURER. JOHN SPALDING. For Senators Windham County. REUBEN WINN, JOHN CAMPBELL, JB. A Glance at tlic History of Parties. When intelligent and generally candid men are compelled to indulge in unmeaning cant, to assert what they know to be sheer humbug, in order to bolster up the cause of a party to which they be long, It is pretty suro evidence of the rottenness of that cause. T" This remark was suggested to us on reading an article which appeared in the 'Democrat' of week before last which article, if the author's right hand man who flourished an editorial for his bene fit, is to be believed, was bo powerful as not to leave a limb' of us 'undissected.' With all due deference to the author's putting friend and junior ' partner, we must be permitted to say that we are wholly unconscious of being in the least Injured, and cannot for the life of...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 August 1845

woultl be 44 dcg., which is ono less than the north line of Vermont, nnd would corres pond with that of Sackctt'e Harbor, in N. Y.; while experience proves that tlio samo Inti tudc in the valley of the Mississippi has a much milder climate than on tlio Atlantic slope. The garden at tbo Fort, when I was there would bear comparison with almost .inv in this vicinity. I have thus given you a hasty account of the scenes which 1 witnessed, and uyour readers experience a thousandth part of the pleasure in reading my description, which was afforded me by this delightful excursion, I shall not regret the trouble of penning this inincrfcct sketch. Those who havo never made tho trip to St. Peters, have denied themselves n high degree of rational pleasure which they might have known, nnd those who anticipate making it have a gratification in reserve such as they have seldom experi enced. Respectfully yours, J. C. II. Western Elections. Kentucky. Lexington district, Garrett Davis 780 ahead, and ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 August 1845

Parisian Ladies Swimming JJalA. The Paris correspondent or the Boston Atlas thus describes a new amusement lor the fair or that city: Those Initiated into tho mysteries or the Par isian beau mond never express astonishment at the changing vagaries of its fair rulers; but UKeinc sailor, wno was oiovvn up oy tne acci dental explosion of some gunpowder under the booth of a conjuror, who had already made him disbelieve his senses wonder what on earth will come next. Last summer the queens of love and beauty patronized tho turl, woro the hats and spurs, talked horte, kept their 'bits of blood' and might bo Been every fair afternoon galloping over the environs at a kill ing pace. This year they havo taken to the water, and the fashionable rendezvous just f :n . ! ! -.1 now, is a nuKuuiccui swimming uuui, uiourcu near the Hotel Lambert, and under tho patron age of a noble coterie, headed by the Prince Uzartoryska. It consists ol lour long narges, anchored around a square space, with a bott...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 August 1845

VERMONT PHE1YIX. JlY WM. E. II YT II Ell. BRA TTLEBORO, Vt AUGUST 22, 1845. VOL. XI. NO. 52- ADDRESS Of the Whig State Couvcution to the People of Vermont. Fellow Citizens, Tlio last address sub mitted to you on nn occasion liko the pres ent, was issued under circumstances of great intrinsic interest, and at a crisis pregnant with hopes and fears of a most absorbing and agitating character. It emanated from a convention numerous beyond all former domestic precedent, and unsurpassed in the patriotism and intelligence of its members, and it was promulgated on tlio eve of an c lection more important than any that had oc curred sinco the formation of the govern ment both because it was destined to affect the interest of an increased and still increas ing population, and because it cuvolvcd the triumph or defeat not only of often disputed principles, but of new, strange and alarming schemes ofnatinnal policy and sectional ac graiidizement. But though tho stake was, great, and the prognos...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 August 1845

DOMESTIC. Habeas Corpus Slave Coif. Catharine Lirda, n colored woman, was brought before Judge Dewey last evening on a writ orhabeas corpus, issued npon the application of Erasmus D. Hudson, alleging that the said Catharine T.lrdn wn unlawfully restrained of her liberty and detained by one W. B. Hodgson of Geor gia, as a slave. Upon the hearing, Mr Hodg onu mlmltted that Bhc was made free by bcinn brought into Massachusetts and denied ait re straint or her. The Judge then informed Catb arino that she was here n Tree person, and at libertv to tro where she nleased and live with whom She pleased, and that her rights as a free person would be fully protected. Sho replied that she wns not restrained of her liberty, and that she was full v aware of her rights, and that ahe did not wish any further proceedings in her bchalt. The Judge told ner tnai sue was 10 act n she cho3c. free v and voluntarily. She replied that sho chose to five with Mr Hodg son, and thus ended the matter. Northampto...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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