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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 April 1842

VOL. XV. LILY SYRUP. An unparrallcd remedy for Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, tnjtuenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Wood, Hooping Cough, Sfc. to tub vmw.xc. In presenting to tlio,'n..lio n new remedy fur di.ea iio of the lanirSjit may he proper to s ny that, judging from llio iiMiiy ceinlicate nnd reecoinuiendatiems of other specifics rotttaiiuil in the newspapers of tho ilay no new remedy wascaltod for or requiicd. Hut if the popular remedies had materially lessened tho lulls of mortality! or nny one of the many picparution po -ascd those virtue recommended, mi that nflcrn la trial, the patient eonld depend upon its healing pow er-, and rationally hope for a speedy recovery o1 health, this humble attempt to arre-t the progte- of Pulmo nary Constimpiion would not have nppeaieil. liul that the victims of thi destroyer are daily in creasing, nee Is no proof and the large -cale eif tho UruggiM show that Hie remedies tl Hie day have been fairlv tnoJ, and tailed in theiroli)...

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. — 22 April 1842

PRODUCTION OP SUOAK IN VKR.MONT. Do our renders know, that next to Lou isiana, Vermont is tlio greatest sugar-pro-ducing-slntcin the Union, according to tier population? Such is the fact. According to the report of tlio commissioner of Patents (who is required hy law to report agricultur al statislics,) Vermont produced 5,119,2GI bs. of sugar (over 2339 tons) in 1810, being over -17 3-4 lbs to each inhabitant. At 5 ets. per lb. tins gives S233,9G3,20-being more than one-fifth of tlio value of our wool at'30 cts. per lb. Hut this amount wo are confident is very far short of tint actually produced in 1840 ; it certainly is very fir below the quantity produced this year. Wo understand that a largo number of the far mers of Barn; gave in their returns of this year's produce on last Saturday week, from which the produce then for tlio town was es timated nl over 70 tons, mid the probable amount for the season was set down at 120 tons. Tlio population of that town is 2125 .mount produced, ...

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. — 22 April 1842

'though not thoroughly disciplined nt tlin time, rhcro was no douht it would soon bccomu nearly perfect, from tho unusual exertions and activity displayed hy the officers to effect that object. The army was then stationed thus : 3G0O !n Xalapa ; 1500 in Perota , 2000 in Puolila i 500 in Vera Cruz ; 1200 in Uhm ; 22,000 in the capital, and the re mainder at various points. No mention is made of n probable) movement of this army in Texas ; and, indeed, it is believed few of them can safely be spared from their prcs ont locutions. The papers state that a crent struggle is preparing for the next presidency ; the can didates being Santa Anna, Valencia and l'n rndes, and with every probability that the former will succeed. Ar. O. Bui. Oun Relations with Mr.xtco. Wo wrro niware that General Thompson remained in this city for several days, in tho expectation of receiving instructions from Washington, founded upon tho report brought from tho Mexican capital by Mr. Alcltea. And we now learn f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 April 1842

r- . r -. "tho He touched his harp,and nations heard, entranced." (Prom tliellnickciliocl.cr.) THE MARRIAGE VOW. Speak it not lightly 'lis n holy lliinp, A bondonduriiu through long distant year.", When joy o'er thine nl odo is hovering . Or whcnthiiio eye is wet with bitterest tents, Recorded by mi angel's pen nn high, And must bo questioned in Eternity. Speak it not lightly though tho vnung ami Ray Arcthionging loundtheo now with tones or mirth, I.rt nut the holy promise of to-day Fado with the clouds dial with the morn havo birth I!ut ever bright and sncrcd may it be, Stored in tho treasure-cell of mcmoi y. Life, may not prove all sun-hine llinc will coino Dark hours for all. O, will ye, when the night Of sorrow gathers thickly round your home, Love ns ye did, in time when calm ami bright Seined the sure p ith ye trod, untnticb'd by care, And deemed the luturc, li'.e the piesent, fair 1 Eyes that now beam with health may yef crow dim, Anil checks or rose target t lit tr early clo...

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. — 29 April 1842

I ts A MOT TUB GLORY OP C Q S A Hi B D T TUB WELFARE OP ROME. V0L- XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1842. nTI" LILY SYRUP. An unparrallcd remedy for Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Hooping Cough, iyr. ty. TO THE 1'UnUC. In presenting lo thiv,'u,.lie n new remedy for disea ses of the lunis.il may Improper to say that, judging from the many oeitilicatt's nnd reccommondalioiis of' mher snccifics contained m the newspapers oft huil.iv no newreme.lv vvascallel for or required. Dm if llie 'popular remedies had materially levelled (lie lulls ol mortality, or any one 01 me many prciiaraiious pi sesstd those virtues recommended, -o ill it afar a la. trial, llie patient could depend upon its healing pow er, and rationally hope fur a speedy recovery ol health, lhis humble attempt to arre-t the progress of Pulmo- 'aary Consumption would not have appeared. Hut lhal lie viclinis of 1 use est rover nrfl (l.nlv m- 'reastnsr. needs n...

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. — 29 April 1842

Coiiiiiiuiiicalion. Mr. EniTon. It is presumed thai very few of your readers liavo an opportunity of reading Canada Papers especially those liiat have independence enough to tell the wholo truth and contrast the present ox ponscs of Government with tho former. Tho Quebec Gazette is tho only paper, it is well known, in Lower Canada, that docs this; and it would bo well for your readers to know tho blessings of n Colonial Govern ment, and make such comparisons as they think proper. You will please publish the following, tuken from tho Quebec Gazette of the 22nd of December Inst, headed Can ada Govrrnment Economy, and oblige A Sunscninnn. CANADA GOVERNMENT ECONOMV. Tlio following hai been handed to us as founded on tho l.isls of Warrants nn thu Low. er Canada Ueeciicr General or 1810, and tlio KsMmato for IS 11. It furnishes some curious items of tlio do. ingo of our " responsible Govcrniuoni" for the time Iming. Now tint they aro united with the responsible gentlemen of Upper C.inida,...

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. — 29 April 1842

MRS. GIBBS. It will bo almost needless to Pay that tho Court IIouso may bo expected to bo crowded by all tho lovers of good music, when it is an nounccd the nbovo estimablo and talented Lady has recovered from a severe illness, and will givo n Concert on Tuesday Rvcning next. Wo understand that ono of -Rlunson's best Piano Fortes is to bo used on tho occasion, so be pro pare for a rich treat. TEMP K RANCH. An adjourned morning of tlio Young Men's Total Abs'inatice Society will boholdannt tho Court House tliis evening, nt half past six. S. 1'ATHr, Jr. Secretary. also that they bo published in tho two newspapers of this village. CHALON l DAVKV, Prist. James II. Alie.v, Secretary. V. V.M., April 25lh, 1812. Intllls 'town, oh tho 22nd Inst. Joi IN PoHEBOV, youngest son of Doctor Wirt. Alivntdr, aged 1 year and 9 months. "As tho sweet llolvcr that sccrjls tho morn, "Hilt 'withers in tho llsingdayi '!.THia ov,y wn, ,lli9 infnnt'sdnwn, " Thus swiftly Med its lifo away." In tins town. on th...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 April 1842

''Heteucliocl lusliarp.auJ. nations hmrd, entranced." SPUING-. 'J' IDE. BV II. v. nocicwtLt. Hark I how thn rain-drops pltcr on the rcof 1 A few inoio days of drizzle, and ihe fun Will light llio naked mountain-tree, and the buds Will swell in llio wood thickets. Vet n few Cnpricious days of shallow ami cold mist, And gentle airs shall 11 1 the wilderness With wild, sweet harmony. Tl.o Inich shall hang lis tasseilt out, and by ihcicc'y pools The bird shall look into tho last vrnr'. nest. And sing to Hie young' mottling. Weeds shall spring wiorsy onugro.m ucsiac 1110 ioiiMiain h niarre, And trrmldein ih tuiisliiiic. Floweis shall bloom Up' n the woody lulls, nntl by the side Of til j roujh fo'rest-ronds, and in tho depths Of the green thicket", and upon the giavcs ! Nor longer shall the frosts of winter sluno Amid the letters sculptured on the tomb. The season's Wn rrvcrity shall par.', v ind soil w inds fresh with scent ol evergreen, Shall warn the lirtbandinnn whin n'j timo To .wij...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 May 1842

LILY SYRUP. An unparrallcd remedy fur Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting oj Wood, Hooping Cough, Sfc. Sf. TO TUB PUIH.IC. In presenting to tlicspuiJia a new remedy for eh'sea lies of the lungs.it may las proper to say that, judging from the many cettilu-atc nnd receotninendation of; ojher spceihcs contained in the newpapcrs of the day no ucw remedy was called, for or required. Ilul iT I lie popular remedies had materially learned the bill ol inortalitv, or nny one of the many preparation po eicd those virtue recommended, o that after n la. trial, the patieat could depend upon its healing power, and rationally hope for n speedy recovery ol healih, this humble n'tlempt to arret the progre-s of Pulmo nary Consumption would not have appeared. Hut that the victim of this destroyer are daily in creasing, needs no proofaiul the larsre scale of t lie Druggitsuuw thatlhe. remedies ol the day have been fairly tried, and failed in theirolijecl, if th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 May 1842

IPIHIS JPIBIBi Punnc Extravagance and Connu- HON UNDER TUB LATE ADMINISTRATION. During tlio lalo canvass, and since, it was asserted that an examination would expose corruption, fraud, and extravagenco on tlio part of officers of the- lato administration, which would astonish tlio peoplo of lliis country. This examination lias been going on, and tlio committees are beginning to re port. Tlio NuwYork Custom House, and tlio Indian Department reports are nol ycl made j but wlren they are, wu shall see a m:iss of corruption wliicli will abundantly confirm tiro troth of llieso whig lies. Two reports however, have heon made ono tip on the expenditures of tlio lato administra tion in improving the navigation of tlio Mississippi, and .mother upon tlio Florida war. We give n sample. In 1837 an appropriation of $210,000 was niado to remove obstructions in tlio Mississippi, and a Mr. Talcott was employed to superintend tlio work. In Feb. 1839, tlio Senate called for information of tlio progres...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 May 1842

nnil tho mails tiro about equal to those for pas angers. Alb, Advertiser. (U Anderson Mitchem. (Whig) lms bcun elected to Congress to fill the vacnney occasioned by tho death of tho lamented Lewis Williams. Mrs. GIBBS' FAREWELL CONCERT. This accomplished vocalist, will givo one moro of her delightful concerts v at tho Court Houso on Monday evening next. Tho first part will ho selections from tho Sacrml Oratorios, of Handel and Haydn, tho second will consist of Italian Cavatinas, I and the third will comprise sonio of tho most popular Ballads of tho day. This will givo now attractions to the Concert for those who have not hitherto been present to enjoy a musical entertainment of exceeding merit. Her Concert last Tuesday was fully and fashionably attended. As wo do not wisli Mrs. G. to leave us with any sin on her shoulders, wo trust sho will again repeat tho bnautiful Songs, " My Father Land," and The Old Arm Chair," as wo know of many Ladies who heard them before, and havo become so...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 May 1842

'He touched his harp.aml nations heard, entranced." Mr. and Mrs. Dickons nrrivcel at Louis ville on llio Ctli, and took lodgings at tlic Gait House. The following stanzas we find in the Louisville Gazelle of tlic7tli: Here's health to thee and thine, Hot, . A welcome, warm and free We'd pledge it thee in wine, Boz, Hut temp'rnncc folks are we. An warmly bjal our hearts to greet Thy coming to tho west, An though w e made a fttle meet Another 'nrath our vest. You'll tee us as wo are, Bo. Plain men we'd have you know, Who'll not attempt to mar, Boz, Good feeling with a blow I We'll lake thy hand, and by thee aland With bonnet oh" or on, That you inayAnoirnnr western land Riijht well when you have gone. THE HUSBANDMAN. P.arth, of man the bounteous mother, Feeds him still with corn and winej H who best would aid a brother, Shires with him thes J gift divine. Many a pnwer within her bosom Noiseless, hidden, works beneath j Heneo are seed, anil leal) and blossom, Golden ear and clustered w...

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. — 13 May 1842

tout fvt & flte NOT THE GLORY OF C 1 S A R RUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1842. No. 49. LILY SYRUP. An unpar railed remedy for Viscoses of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Mood, Hooping Cough, $c. fy. TO T1IK PUBLIC. In presenting to llie j lie a new remedy for disea- neor the lunfr,il may lie proper to say thai, judging from the many e-citificate and recconimcudation of other iccilics contained in the newspaper? of (lie day no new remedy was fallal for or required. Hut if the popular rctneJic had materially le-scned the lulls of mortality, or any one of the many preparation' po fscd those virtue reconi mended, so that after n la. trial, the patient could depend upon its healing power--, and rationally 1ioj for a speedy recovery of health, this huniMe attempt to arret the progress of Pulmo aary Consumption would not have nppeaicd. Out that the violinw of ihi destroyer are daily in creasing, need" no-pro...

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. — 13 May 1842

SPEECH OF AUBOTT LAWRENCE, Befori tht Shoe and Leather Dealer t' Contention ai uoston. Wa have heretofore noticed tho moro importanl proceedings of this Convention. On referring lo tho pamphlet report of its proceedings, just published, wo iiiiutiiMuriiucu in u u iiiiiiuier ui interesting uocu moms. Among them is a statistical account of the shoe nnd leather business of tho town ol Danvors, furnislicdby cuiiimiiiec, eonsiMiiig ui live incniucrs. iici-uriiuiij to tun statement mere are manufactured annually in that town 921,000 pairs of shoes nnd boots, of the es timate I value of SMO.OOO. of which fortv ncr cent, is tho produce of labor. Tho persons employed arc males, ana y 10 teinaics. in tanning ana curry inc. tho number of males cmnloved is 323. Ihecaninl invested in tanneries and mills, '$ 123,000 and 373.800 lues 01 leilher mails annually, 01 winch tno estimated valuo is 8792.000. There are a so 180.000 skins manu factured, in which business II males are employed ( (3,500 cord...

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. — 13 May 1842

commnnlcntlon. Mr. EDiTon, I Imvo lately met with tlio first number of "The Topaz, a literary newspaper," published at Middlobury, and oditod by Mr. Philip Battem,, which I wish to introduce to tlio notice of such of your readers as havo not had the raro good forltino to fall in with it. From tlio lofty character it claims for itself at tlio outset, wo poor Vcrntontcrs should export great things of it for our onhghtening; and certainly this number gives us great things, though not porhaps exactly in tho way wo wcro led to oxpoct. In his prospectus, Mr Baltcll, after discussing the pressing need of such a paper in Vermont, and tho fitness of Middlcbury as its location, speaks of his paper sis intend ed to bo tho "organ in tasto and science of tho portion of tho country to which it looks for maintenance, and 01 whoso educational and business interests it may be tho rcpro sontalivo abroad." Now if, as would appear from tho connection, the editor means to do note the Stato of Vermont, b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 May 1842

'He touched his harp, and nations hoard! entranced." A SKETCH. She was not made for Inppinese her eyes Were nil lo ' soft anrt dco,), Shade 'midst tlmr radimcc as in lovely aides Of Apii , when they weep i Vet w lion she spake, with earnest eloquence The soul beneath them liurnid, As if her thoughts, ciiiccniied and intcn-c, Them into blnis had turned. She wn not tnailo for happiness licrlrow Had ItiKsof early thought, Traced e'en in child!i id'B sunny time, and now Slill daily deeper wrought: And her sweet hps! they were not chisel'd forms, Such a the sculptor k'now s Th a quivering smile, that saddens while it charms, II lit; or their rose. She was not undo for happiness too much She fel for others' wo, What, to number's heart was but a touch, Hers filt a cruel blows Ko ta'e of sufliring, eonow or disease, Hut found an echo there; A wounded bird a bioken flower e'en these Her sympathy might shaie. She wasnoi made forhappinc-ts and jet How much of ours she made I With what ununifie...

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. — 20 May 1842

NOT THE GLOXZY OF C3SAR BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1842. No. 5o LILY SYRUP. An unparrallcd remedy for Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spilling of Blood, Hooping Cough, $r. fy. TO TUB l'UIJUC. In presenting tn die pinJie n now remedy for dilu tes of Iho lanss.ii may In proper to -ay that, nidging from the many ivttifiea'e and reccomnieiidation (if other specifies contained in the news-papi-rs of the day oo new remedy was called fur or required. Itnl tfilie popular reir.elies bsd mairrially lo-scned the liilli o( mortality, or any one oi ine many preparations po ti-d those virtue recommended, mi Mint after a l trill, lite patient roul 1 depend upon its heslitia power-, ami rationally hope for a spec ly recovery of Iu-jIiIi, im'sbiiinbli; attempt to arre-t the progre-s ofPultno nary Consumption would not have appealed. But that the victim of thi ili'Vioyoi- are daily in creating, nee 1 no prnofan 1 tlie l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 May 1842

l'roni llio Boston Atlas. A VOICE FROM THE SOUTH. Tito New Orleans Bco ot tlio 30iti nit., contains a call signed by a largo number of the planters of Louisiana, for a meeting of lift those interested in tlio culture of the su-: oa txm nt Donaldsvillo fur tlio lGth May, tatake into consideration the prostrated con dition of tho sugar trade, and to dcviso means to avert tho total ruin of one of tho most im portant' staplo commodities of tho Stale of Louisiana, involving an outlay of $25,000, 000, and embracing in its ramifications ev ery branch of industry of tho United States. They says "It is confidently hoped that all those who arc of opinion that nothing short of effectual Federal Legislation can savo the sugar plan ters from tho absoluto ruin brought upon them by the struggle of tlio last seven or eight years between them and foreign labor, will not fail to nttend." Tho tiro piefaces it with the following well-timed remarks : Convention or hie Si-ovn Planters. Wo would invite at...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 May 1842

Tlie BOUNDARY QUESTION. Mr. Webster's official letter to the Cover nors of Massachusetts and Maine, in relation to the settlement of the boundary question, lias ap. peared in tlio Washington papers. The fol lowing extracts embrace the most important portipns of it " I have now to inform your Excellency that Lord teliburton, a Minister Plenipotentiary and Special, has arrived attho scat of Government of the United States, charged with full powers from his sovereign to negotiate and settlo the eliflbrcnt matters in discussion between the two Govern-. mcnte. I have further to state to you that ho has officially announced to this Department that in regard to the boundary question, ho has au thority to treat for a conventional line, or lino by agreement, on such terms and conditions and Willi sucn muuiai consiucraiiuus aim uquu,uuiun as may be thought just and cqtiitiblc ; and that lie is ready to cnier upon a i. conventional lino so toon . shall say that it is autho part, to commence su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 May 1842

'He touched his harp,and nations heard, entranced." NAPOLF.OX A .NO TUB BRITISH SAILOR. rnOM camtsell's nbw volv.mu or rorjJis. Itoye, contemplating npart, From all Ins Ii miicul il glory, Tho traits thai soften (oour heart, Napoleon's ijlory. 'Twas when his banners in rionlogno Armed in our island cwry freeman, Flii nav chanced lo capturcoua Poor lliitibli seaman. They sniroroil him I know not how, Uiiprisoned nn the a lore to rnam ; And ovr was hunt his longing brow On England's home. Ills rye, melhinks, pursued the flight Of finds In llrnain half w ay over, With envy they rou'rf reach The nhito Dear cliffs of Dover. A "tormv midnight watch, ho thonsht, Tin n tins sojourn wmill have heend eater, If but the storm his vessel brought 1 o l-.n;;laim nearer. At list, whon rare had bniiihcd skep, Ho sivv one innrninj dreiniing doting. An empty h Rlieid fiom -ho deep Coino shoreward iliatin:;. Ilohid it in a rave, and wrought This lueloni; day laborious Iiirkms Unl.l hohumeheil a Imey bo...

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