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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 August 1845

Executive Proscription. Mr Polk took the Presidential chair profess ing the most intense abhorrence of proscription for mere opinion' soke; notwithstanding gov ernment patronage was never ao extensively and so vilely prostituted to party purposes, as it has been thus far under his administration. He has already removed more than fifty incum benls from the departments nt Washington, whose salaries in tho aggregato amount to more than 870,000. Among these are somo of the most mcrritonous and valuable public offi cers that ever served the nation. Such men as Henrv L. Ellsworth, known to the wholccoun trv for his inestimable report from tho Patent office, whoso praise is in every man's mouth, and John S. Skinner, the editor of tho first ag ricultural paper ever published In tho Union, whose reputation iscvery where identified with the advancement of the larn.ing interests of tho country, and Matthew. St. Clair Clarke, a man of unimpeachable integrity and unsurpassed a bility in his offi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 August 1845

AGRICULTURAL. Farm Werk far August, With many farmers tho most important business of the year is now finished, mid Au gust is a leisure month. All their haying must be done in July, whether the grass is fit to be cut or not, and for some days tho boys hare little to do but to give notice that baying is finished. But with other farmers August has become an important mouth. August is the safest month in the twelve for seeding down lands for mowing. August is a good time to plough lands that arc infested with worms. Some tillers think to kill these by ploughing late in the autumn, but that is not the time. Take the miller while in her insect state, and before she has laid her eggs, and bury ing her with earth destroys her. But tho eggs and .the worms are prepared for winter, , and few if any are killed by ploughing the ground in cold weather. Gardens hare been ploughed here late in November, and even in January, but the worms appear in the spring, and the eggs are as good as new to giv...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 August 1845

Ct aM) Newspaper, EJeuohb to JolUics, gome 3nDustrji, News, SVcjviat Unvc curt cnctal intelligence VOJA7MI2 XII. IlItATTIjUlSOKO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2S, 18 45. II V Will". V.. KYT1II2K. o f r i c i: ,o. 2 uii:llers stonr ntiuiiM;. 'tan nsr. 7B. s SI rjO(cih) In Advance i 51,75 itt tlio end or the veir. lie Imcrcdto auliscriticra in Jho Village tor 51,76 in Advance, or $2,00 it Iho end or the year. H i ' Advertisements or any coniulcraljlo length aliould lfl handed in aa aoon aa Tueadiy murninjr. buull one. early on Wednesday morning. 3octvji. From tlio fat. Louis Kcvcillc. moth Or all the words In language, there's no olher Kquil in penile influence to Mother! It 1 tlio first 111 mo that we loam to lotc It it ttto fit it star shining from aboic It ii a light tlut lint a toiler ray Than aught we find in oicnlnj or day. Mother 'It back to childhood brings the man. And forth to won.inl.ooj it Icadi the maiden. Mother ! Ti with the name all things began. Tint are willi love and sympathy f...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 August 1845

T ! V 1 Brntdeboro, Thursday, Augnst 28, 1815. WHIG STATE TICKET. rOR GOVERNOR. WILLIAM SLADE. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. TOR TREASURER. JOHN SPALDING. Per Senators Windham County. UKunnN winn, JOHN CAMPBELL, WHIGS OF BRATTLEBORO, You re requested to meet tit the TOWN HOUSE on Saturday, August 30, at 1-2 past 4, 1. M., to ogreo on your man foT Town Representative, and to act on other business. Let (As Z Toun House be full. Per Order. NEXT TUESDAY Is the day which will determine tlio political character which Vermont is to bear in the future. It cannot be disguised that two or llirco important issues concerning our national policy are now prom inent, not only with the American people, but with the people of every civilized nation on tlio globe. Never, we believe, since the days of the Revolution, havo the people of this country had so much at stake as at the present moment. The struggle now going on between Liderty and Slave ry is, perhaps, the most prominent and important. O...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 August 1845

Y "---..---, - 1 I.ilier)' in Kentucky. Our readers arc nvwo that Cusius M. Clay sonic months since cslablishetl nn Abolition paper rtJLeMiiglon, Ky., callcil tho Trtto Amcrtcnn. It Was, a new feature in lite war against Slatcryj it was bcirtlina the lion in his own ilen. Wo tlo not know that Mr Clay wotiltl admit that his enterprise .was of the same character as that of the abolition, jtti'.of the North ; nl any rate it diltcrcd in litis, which was a great difference,) lltal il was a move ment made til a slatc-hohlinz State, by a native cit izen of that State, and sustained chiefly by his fel low Kcnturkians, interested, like himself, in riilditt; their own community from tho blight and curse of Slavery To such abolitionism as this, if conduct ed in a proper manner, wo arc, and ctcr have been, friendly. It is the right thing, in the right place. lWo have not had tho pleasure of seeing Mr Clay's piper, mid do not know how discreetly it has been cendnctcd. Mr Clay is a man of ardent ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 August 1845

mv-wmi i 11 w.. i.jiih.i Kiwi - . : - S a"jjkjEaWSlppm.' " '-'"T- ' - (PI BP m Agricultural. BUTTER MAKING. Tho annexed article (says the Providence Trans cript, from which wo copy) is from one of Hie most experienced and intelligent agriculturists. Of his successful practice we can nltcst, as wo never saw fines, butter, nat even in Philadelphia, than wo have eaten at his hospitable mansion, IlilCt N.II.Val Milk Apartments, &c The milk cellar should be deep, welt ventilated, and dry, the tot torn covered with ttono flarsiHS, Bricks will ab sorb milk, and other liquids that may fall upon them, and wm coon contract mildew, tho smell o which, like the odor of cheese, vegetables, fish, or foul air of anj kind, will bo imparted to the cream and butler. Over lliis cedar should stand the dairy room, with shelves to set milk on in cool weather; he cellar to be used during the extremes of heat and cold. The tempcraturo of the milk apartment, if possible, skorfu never bo abovo Gj dcg., no...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 September 1845

1 51 jfmniln Newspaper, HDciotc b to politics, C)omc 3ntmstvji, Ncius, Serial Ititrc anfc (Jkneual 3ntc llujcncc. IVOI.UME XII. lit A TTIjEUORO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 18 45 NUMBER 2. 1 published r.vr.nY Thursday uy WH. E. KYTIIEK. OFFICE Xo. 3 WHEELER'S STONE BUILDIXU. 510 (cauli) in Adfancet 5' tl end of the tfir. De livered to iu b--tcr.be r in the Village fur 1.75 in Advtnce. or ) $2,CO at the end of the year. J No Piper will ba discontinued iinlrnf at tltc ditcrctloa of tlio i publisher, until all arrearage are paid. XT Advertisement! or any conndenUe length tbould I lianded In toon 11 1'uesdir mornlnir. Small onfi pirlv on MVednesdajr lnornitig. 3oetnj. THE S II 01! 31 A K ERS. BV t. 0. WlllTTIXIt. Hot workcrf of the old lime styled The Gentle Craft of Leather I Young brother, of the ancient guild, Stand forth onco more together! Call out again your long array In the olden, merry manner t Once more on gay St. Crispin's day Fling out your blazoned banner ! Ilap, rap, upon the w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 September 1845

-stii. I BraUldboro, Thursday, Sept. 1, 1815. IT Several interesting artlctea will bo found on our first psgo. The article br a Ladf vibe visited Bratdoboro needs correction il one particular, The mountain Ihatoretlooll our tUlige from the cut I. about 1000 lect high Instead of "MO" ss staled by the lair writer. The beaatifid verses on The Shoemakers,' to the commence ment of a lerlei of 'Labor Songs' by WhltUer, who to Shoeina. ker himself, Quiler, end Abolitionist. 'General Jackaon'e Marclago,' 'Burjlng Alre,' Sboetnaklag t Ljnn,' 'An Adien ture of a Yoang Married rlr,' 'A. Sister's Influence end other intereitlng thing! fill our first tinge. Oaoor last page will be found valuable Agricultural matter. IVnr willi JIcVico The Responsibility. It will bo seen by reference to another column lliat trie news fram Mexico wears rather a more warlike appearance than usual. It is now believ ed that Mexico will commence lira war on Iter part without any formal declaration, considering the U. ...

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 September 1845

'4 Cnsslus 31. Clay. arc nanny to nnu incro is, ni icasi, uuu p- periKcnlucky, that lias tlio proper iceimgs upon ineBjicciit outrago at Lexington, and mo manliness WgiMto them public. Tlio following atttclo is an C(.HSptnl in the Louisville Journal : Tit I.txiNnTOM DisTinnANCE. The supprca- "TJtSror the "True American," by the pcoplo of VuexiBgton and tho surrounding country, and the Mmaniwr in which it was ciicctcu, are acis 01 which ,e'5a compelled to disapprove. Wo never will iiMMen the exertion of mob-no wer. in nnv instance. -'OiSljs a country of laws. Freedom of speech and '.SttX& are to be restrained onty by law. Wlicncv SrTtWsafo exercise of theso privileges is mado to ?kxxml iinon tho sulTeranco of the populace, their JSfrHgbecoincs insignificant, the majesty of the law lisjrdcd, and, sooner or later, licentiousness will tfcffitht sound morals. If, on account of the ab ScnceTof legal restriction, an individual chooScs to jplirnrea course of action annoying to tho comma...

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

J Agricultural. From Sklnner't Fumeri Jorni for Augutt, UNDllIt-DltAININl.. One of the Grand Improvements In progress to supply Bread to the increasing population or England. Tiieue aro now in progress, in Great Britain, two great and fruitful means or adding to tlio Agri cultural products of the country, so much needed by the growth of tier population, to wit : Under Draining aud Irrigation. Of theso two great modes of fertilizing land, tho one the most expen sive, the other the most beautiful of all agricultur al operations; tho latter only, in the opinion of an American citizen of profound judgment, who looks at such things with the eyes of a Bacon or aBrind Icy, is applicable to our country to any great extent. Under-draining, which answers lis purpose only where it is thoroughly performed, is, perhaps, too expensive for eitensivc use in America. Like Iron works, tho establishment of which costs so much money, few hare capital equal to tho enterprise, but those who hare, get tho...

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 September 1845

1 ,. P Si JTamilti Newspaper, devote ft to Politics, Hjomc Snfcustni, News, Vcjrtat Uitrc cmi) (general 3ntc lligcncc. VOLUME XII. BRATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 18 45. number 3. r u bli surci) every Thursday ijy Will. 13. RYTIIEK. OFFICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S STOJiE BUILDIXU. CI Jitl IV..M In AilvnnrAi 91.15 tt the end of the Tear. Vil lage subscribers 1,74 la Adfance, or 52,00 it the nd of the 1 Jv'o paper wilt bo discontinued unless at the diacretion of the publisher, until ill sireuagcs are paid. E rrs A..rfWn.nU of snr considerable lenstli should be Ihsnded fa as noon n Tuesdsy morning. Small ones earl on Wednesday morning. Ipocttij. GO XOT BACK. By brother go not back, The pledge is taken now j I see it in the healthful smite That plays upon thy brow ; I see It in the sparkling eye, So dull and dim before i Then go not bacc again my friend, To sure destruction! door. My brother go not back, Press on In virtue way : Be steadfast in thy sacred pledge, And truth slisll be thy stay...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 September 1845

SABBATH CONYKXTION. We give an account of the Sabbath Convention at Monlpelier on the 30th' and 21st ultimo, from the Vermont Chronicle. 1. Those in attendance were evidently, as a body, the real friends of tho Sabbath. Besides ministers of tho Gospel, manv of those present were layman who had witnessed with pain the growing desecration of the Sabbath in their rcspectivo com munities, and had come up to inquire what can bo done to arrest the evil. Hence tho addresses and discussions wero listened to with marked interest. Seldom havo wo attended a meeting where such in terest was manifested by tho congregation .in tho exercises throughout. 2. The exercises of the Convention were highly practical. The idea was prominent that the world is to be reformed mainly by reforming individuals, and, that if the Sabbath is ever to be kept holy by the community at large, it must first be so kept by individual professing Christians. Thoso rcsoluj tions directing the attention of ministers and Chri...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 September 1845

LATER 1'ttOM EUROPE. The Stcsmor Caledonia, Capt. Lott, arrived al Iloston on Wednesday, tlie 3d inst., in 14 b2 days from Liverpool. She, brought out 60 passengers from England and 32 from Halifax. Among the passengers arc Rev. Dr. I'arkman of Iloston, and llev. Dr. Codmaii of Dorchester. Tho general intelligence is somewhat interesting. The weather lias been such as to create a good deal of anxiety concerning the incoming crops, and grains of all Boris hare risen. The cotton market was firm, and prices a little advanced on some descriptions. Tho Session of Parliament has closed. 218 Railway hills have been acted upon during the scs sion 115 of which were consummated. The ses sion has been distinguished for hard labor, and at its closo Parliament was prorogued by the Queen in person, on the 0th ult., with tho usual speech. lion. Louis McLanc, our minister at the Court of St. James, has taken temporary lodgings at Thomas' Hotel. On tho filli ult., he was present' cd to tho Secretary...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 September 1845

" ' ' i HiBBi grtcultitraL BLASTED l'LDIS. A Mr.Tabct ofVassalboro,' Mo., makes llio fol lowing statements in tho Maine Farmer, respecting the prevailing disease or blight in plum trees! For several years past, our plum trees have, to some extent, blighted and fallen oft", which has led me into a close enquiry and examination into tho cause, which I have become satisfied is the effects of tho curculio, which, from about tho first to the middlo of the sixth month, sting or puncturo the plum, and deposite their eggs in them, the grub vi sually penetrating to the stone, causing the plum to wither and fall oft. We have, for the sake of ex periment, removed the eggs with a sharp-pointed knife,,soon after they were deposited, and tho plum sustained no further injury than, in some cases, a small scar. The best and most effectual remedy that wo have found, is salt, spread around the tree as far as the branches extend. It should bo applied early in the spring, before vegetation commences, ir...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 September 1845

VOLUME XII. PUBLISHED nVKRY THURSDAY BY W3I. 13. ItYTIIEIt. OFFICE Xo. 2 WHEELER'S ST05E BUILDIM. 1.60 tcnshl In Advance, ftt 7. . fit. nA tit if.- VII. Isge lubacribcrt gips in Advance, or ftpo at the end 'of the Nop aper Mill be discontinued untesi at the discretion of the publiihcr, until all arrearages are paid. (O Advertisements of any considerable length should be banded In as soon as Tuesdy mornlog. Small ones early on W edoesday morning. IDcrctrii. Bridal Italian!.. mmUr Edcah A. Toe. The ringlet la on my band, And the wreath ia on tnj brow ; Satins and jewels grand Are all at my command, And 1 am happy noir, And my lord he lores 'me well, But, when first he breathed his voir, I felt my bosom swell For the words rang like a knell And the voice seemed Ait who fell In the battle down the dell, And who is happy how. But he spoke to reassure me, And he kissed my pallid brow, White a reverie came o'er me, And to the churchward bore me, Thinking him dead, D'Elormie, "Oh, I am happ...

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 September 1845

Arrival of the tfrc.it AVcstcrn. Form Days Later from Enoiand. Tho steamer Great Wcstorn arrived at New York on Tuesday evening, of last week, in 17 days from Liverpool. We have received by licr our files of London papers to llio 23d, and also Wilracr & Smith's European Times of the 23d. Queen Victoria was still absent on her tour In Germany, and at the latest date, August 18, was at Mayenee, about to depart for Wuitzburgh, whence she would proceed to Cobourg. Several riots have broken out in Germany, in consequence of the religious excitement produced by the preaching of the Reformer Kongo. At Hal liastadl, Aug, 9, this preacher closed a haranguo with the declaration "Homo and her supremacy shalLnnd,must fall," A cilixea of the. place replied "Home will not fall so soon as you." This pro duced an attack upon the individual, and. a riot which called for the interference of the cuirassier., between whom and the populace an altercation a rose, in which sovcral persons wcro wounded...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 September 1845

'"mi. hp "Ja-flase I, ipiauusefiw!sr'-- - - .- NEWS FRH MEXICO. tWar Xens Ken. Hcrrera rJrricil Presi dent Cabinet appointed, Sic. Tlie Washington Union oPMonday erening liu received 'ate desntttiirs from Mexico, Til Pensa- An op.nion very generally prevailed at Vera ,b" " , h"'t "h.p . d,4 uz. -ccord.rc to the list account., that Mexico --""J' in V The Bto IWf Torsos, ,M , ft.rm.ll .Wisee. wse so-sinst-tlie Unitcdi?""'' the r-aiwily .r..r,.t hi. dcr Ao-err-a tn.nlyl iCruz, i would not fortnallr declare war againit the United 8ltes and that ttie government would be able to rel.-euu rery n. propo.ticm of the loan ; 'j.r Mie have not dorlS, we e.prctrd rf -y, which had been authomed-M i low was the , ftrt . lb, lWj w frate of interest It was mid that, in lieu of dee-! ,-i.-j v ii.,-s, . El.HnH tt-.... IHiiiM nn tinfittf ( i V. A. t '""""i i.--.- " ' ironsly ainnst i exits; and tney tat-01 mating a jfrnsh upon her with 5,000 men, but th'u was gen--fcrallf coniidorcd as a shtir fnblt. T...

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 September 1845

'. "I'lank Floors Injurious to Horses. Why are derated plank floors in atablcs Injuri ous to horses feet t 1st. Because thejr deprive the hoof of receiving certain assistance, which they require for their well being, and which in a state of nature they receive by moisture the hoofs of horses are a horny, clas tic, porous substnnec, capable of receiving moist' ure, which is indispensably necessary to their well being; in a natural state they receive It, and in a domesticated state they might, if men would heart en to tho mandates of nature; tho evils of domestica tion to the liorso are recognized by many intelligent observers and admirers of tho liorso, in proportion as wo vary In our treatment to the horse, from his natural way of tiring, in tho samo ratio docs disease and lameness exist; 'tis a solemn fact, start not at the idea, that the diseases of horses are induced by the deeds of men; candid observation will prove the truth of this assertion. The horse's natural floor, the ear...

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 September 1845

1 JTnmiljj Newspaper, EJcuotc t to 3olittC0, Cjomc 3ntmstrii, News, Sericulture nut) (General 3ntc lltgcucc. UllA TTLEBORO, TlIURSWAYy SEPTEMBER 25, 1 845. VOIiUHITB XII. NUMBER 5. runtisiiED nvKiiY thuusday by WW. 13. UYT1IKK. 0 F F I C E Xo. 2 MUELLER'S STONE BCILDHU. 51,30 (cth) In Advances 51,73 it the end or llie year. Vil lage tuUenbere 1,73 In Advance, or 52jOUt the end f Hie j ear. No paper will be diiconllnued unlea at the discretion of the puWUhcr, until all arrearagci aro pi id. (CJ AdrertiiemenU irT any comideraMe length ahould be hamled in aa toon ai Tucidijr rooToin;. Smill onca earl on Wrdneidiv morning. Poetry. The Scason.tii t. hood. Summer'i gone and over! Fogt aro filling down j And with rnMet tingea, . Autumn's doing brown. Itoughi are daily rifled By the unity U.iMM, And the Book of Nature, Gcttcth ihort of leavca. Kound the tope of houiet, Swiilowt, aa they flit, Give like yearly tenanta, Notice to quit Skies of fickle temper, Weep by turns and laugh Night and ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 September 1845

Letter from Cassius M. Clay. The Cincinnati Gazette of September 11, has a letter from this gentleman, written in reply to a letter from the Cincinnati committee, appointed at the meeting of the citizens of that place, to tako somo measures relative to tho presi of the True American. Their letter is dated August 27. Tho committee Inform him that tho press Is safe and In sured, and tender him their services in any way In which they can aid him. His reply is below : I.exinoton, Ky., September llli, 18-15. Benjamin Urntr, James 8. Olascot, Jacob Ernest, Oliver Lotell, Geo. 11'. Phillipt, R. G. Milch' til, James Calhoun I Gentlemen, 1 hare just received your letter of the 37th ult., enclosing tho proceedings of the citi zens of Cincinnati and their resolutions in public meeting. Their words of kindness and generous apprecia tion and noblo and dignified avowal, hr.ve moved me moro than all the studied cruelties and wrongs of my enemies, though I was unnerved by disease and threatened, fo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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