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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 September 1845

Arrival of the llritauma. Twehe T)ajt Later from London. The Ilrtiiati mall stpninslilii llrilantita, Capt. Hewitt, arrived al Iloston on KrMay morning last, having left Liverpool on the afternoon of the .Mi inat. By lirr. filfsof Liv erpool pniert to the 4th, London to the 3d, and t'aria to the Ml (nil., Iiavo been received. The Hrllsnnia brought out 7i pnssengera from Llv prponl to Iloston, 18 I mm Liverpool to llalirax, and 18 from llalirax to Huston. Anions the passengers were lire lion, Kcinraru bvereii anu ins istnny. The news contains nothing of teadins Imnortanee. The Cotton Market wan Improving, the aafeaorthe last week being lane and prices rising. A favorable change in the wrather ha. removed much or the Tear Willi reganl to the grain erona, and the excitement which had been created by the threatening wrather had very much aubided. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were still upon the continent. At the last advices, on the SOih ult., they were at the city ol Gotha, at whic...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 September 1845

&gricuUutaL SUBSOIL PLOUGHING. , J. W. Troctor, Esq. in an address before tho Es se Co. Agticultural Society, makes iho following remarks in reference to subsoil ploughing : " Allow me for a moment to ask your attention to the iiibioil plovght with which I presuino you are but little if any acquainted. Although known for years in Europe, ami in some parts of .our own country, I am not aware that it lias been much used here. It is made to follow in tho furrow directly after the common surface plough, loosening and moving tho earth to the depth of six or eight inches below the first furrow, without bringing any part of it to the surface. The advantage to bo derived from such loosening is, that tho superabundant moisluro settles down to the bottom of the furrow, and there is a constant operation of the atmos phere, which gradually convcrls it into produclitc soil. It thus produces nil the benefits of deep ploughing, without the disadvantage of tho admix ture of an undue proportion ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 October 1845

JJhccmx 21 Jfamiln Nciuspapcf, EDcuotci) to clitics, tyomt SnDustvji, Ncujs,, Agriculture cmD Qkncral Jfntc llttjcuc. VOLUME XII. UK A TTIiEMORO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1845. NUMBER 6. PUBLISHED F.Vr.KY THURSDAY BY WM. E. KYTIIER. OFFICENO. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BU1LMXU. 11,50 (cart) in Advance gl.M tt die end ef the jmi. Vil lage subscribers 51,73 in Advance, or $1,00 at the end of tbo jer. No paper lll U discontinued nnle tt the discreUoa of the publisher, nntil ill arrearagea are paid. (IT Advertisements of any considerable length ahoald bo banded in aa aoon aa Tuesday morning. Small onea early on Wednesday morning. " o ctr ji ID The following beautiful linei, upon the death ol hla child, were written by Chirlea Spllgue, Est , and publish ed in the Boston Gaxelte, twenty-seven yeara ago: CHAHLES JAMES. "The tiher cord is loctid, the golden font It troken." There la a apot 'tia holy ground To those who weep, Where huih'd beneath each lonely mound Death's mouldering victims aleep. My fri...

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

Mr. dough's Confession. Tho N. Y. Journal of Commcrco has, t last, published the genuine confession of this unfortu nate man. It is from his own hand, and dated "Mount Pleasant, Roxbury, Mass., Sept. 22d, "I orrlvcd at New York at 0 or 0 1-2'on Friday, tho filh inst., left my baggage with porter on board the boat to bring after me, and Walked to the Croton Hotel. I took tea; my baggage arrived; I procured a room, went into it, arranged my dress, told them there that I was 'going to Brooklyn and might not return that night. I nave always been niado welcome by my friends In Brooklyn, and I knew that if they, were not full, I should to invited to atay all night. About half past 7 or 8 I left the Croton, called at a store in Broadway and pur chased a watch guard. Went to tho More of Messrs Saxton &. Miles stayed there a few min utes. On coming oat, I had not gone a dozen steps before I was accosted by a man with 'How do you do, Mr Cough V Said I, 'You have the advantage of me;' I am...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 October 1845

wvi,viMisxrv'? Fire in Bennington. Wo have Jat returned from ono or the moil deptructirc fires that has ever visited thu town. About two o'clock this inomlnf , the Urn of Dr. Htlai YiIcoi was discove red to be "in a few moments more fire burst from hia dwelling home inJ both were wrapped tn flames before an engine reached lhe apot The engines from thia and the rail Tillage were on the ground aa anon possible. The flames could not be alsjed till they hid destroyed Mr V ' houe and barn, together with Dexter Damon's liouse and barn, a lai'or'e shop occupied by I. Judd, Jr,( which waa also occupied aa a dwelling, the llaplist Churcli, and the alied belonging to it, and the dwelling home be longing to the widow of the late Henry Norton. Tlif re can be no question bat that thia ta the work of an incendiary- Dr. W has been verjr unfortunate since he lui been In this town, ho bat had much property destroyed k Tiro. Some two years aince his houae waa burnt down, that ilivd on me aame ground ...

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

I &gricuiiuval. Mr. Webster's Farm. Mr. Webster's farm contains about 1600 acres, which is divided Into mowing, tillige, pasturage, woodland, and salt marali. We learn that the oi ninal nurchase. which included the liomstcad, com prised about 300 acres. This was the Thomas cs tatr. The homestead was built two years before the Revolution broko out, by Mr. Thomas, wlio was liishlr respected in the Old Colony times, and was a member of tho Council. When tho war broke out, ho aided with the mother country whilo nearly all his neighbors took sides with the patriots. The Governor sent a guard of sixty men, from Boston, to protect him and his property. This ex asperated the people so, that Mr. Thomas had the guard sent back to Boston, to which placo ho soon followed. lie afterwards went to tho British set tlements in Nova Scotia. His wife and aon re mained at Marshfield during the war, neither lak ine an active part for or against the country though tho son rather favored the cause of ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 October 1845

(UK'--'- i-ii .- f 51 jfamih) Nctuspaptr, ?Bcuotct to )olittcs, $omc Sntmstvj), News, Agriculture at& (Bmtxai Jntc ilijcncc. VOLUME XII. BRATTLEItORO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER , 1845. NUMBER 7, Vermont 81 ttcettipfc rUIlLlSHKD EVERY THURSDAY BY Witt. E. ItYXMER. officeNo. 3 wheeler's stone building. 1,50 (cull) la AJttncej 51,75 at th end of dm jett. ViU lfia iobcriberi $tp&ln Adtince, or 2,0U tt Die end of the jer. No paper will be discontinued unleta tt th discretion of Ui pubHflirr, until all arrearage ire paid. XT AdTertiecmcnU of ny considerable length should be lUualoJ I TuJ raorniag. Smtll na on poetry. For the Phanix. TO MISS The imila that decks thy lore. face With richest beaut glows ; Upgushtng from the foant of grace, Where peace and pleasure flows. The light of lore and joy and peace, Are In thy bosom now ; May all ibeso pleasures long increase, And smile upon thy brow. The hope of fatore jean may cist, A glimmering shade of care, The peace that's In the bosom fast, Wi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 October 1845

'.mn iimii iptiimniiiui i urn u H'1 1 -J I . The Legislature of thla state assembled to-day, (Thuraday.) at Montpeller. There will probably be several exciting topics brought upon the tapis during the session. First will come the election for Govern or and other Stale Officers. Then the discussion with n view to alter .or repeal tho law odastyear, providing for the election or County Commissioners to regulate Licences. Thedlscusalon on the subject of amending the Central Railroad Charter Will ereato bo small de gree of sensation, we opine. Then there wll come up from Windsor County the question of establishing House of Correction, which certain individuals of sid county wish tn have among them for the follow ing, among other reasons: " To put under proper restraint and diclpfine the idle and vicious. "To avoid the expense and bsd effects of imprison ment in the common jail snd "To tetter regulate our Poor Houses 1)T removing therefrom all except those, who, because of age, orln fitm...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 October 1845

HP HHppp.i i .11.1 VERMONT PHCENIX, Large l'irc at (Iriflin Town, Canada 100 Houses burnt. The Montreal Courier of llie 4th Inst, says! "We stop the press to ay tint a (ire broko out In Griffin Town, about S o'clock this morning, and has contin ued to burn to the present hour, (Q o'clock,) and Is not jet cot under. About 100 buildings hare already been destroyed. When we left the ground it was in con. lemplatlon to blow up one or two houses topreventlls extending further." Maryland Election. Tho returns from the whole State are received. Great apathy prevailed amonir tho Whins, by which the Locofocos hare profited ns usual. Hon. John 1. Kennedy, of Bat timoro, is defeated by reason of tome 1200 Whigs voting for a " Native American" ticket. Giles, the Loco who succeeds him, is elected by a plurality Kennedy and the " Native" having a large ma jority against him. The following Is tho general result : Congress. Ot the six members chosen, two are Whigs and lour are iocoiocos. 1st Distri...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 October 1845

HasBsBasBBBs, TIbt1 .apsa-a"" A grtculUtraL TO FARMERS. Consider your calling the most elevated and Im portant ! never be ashamed, nor afraid of the old hat, or the working clothe apron. Put oft" no busi nets for to-morrow that can bo done to-day. Aa soon as tha spring opens and the frost is out of the ground, put your fences in order. Fiant no more ground than you can well manure and cultfrato to advantage Never1 hire a man to do a piece of work which you can do yourself. Every day lias its appropriate duties, attend to them in succession. Keep 'no more stock than you can keep in good order, and that of the best kind. Never 'run in debt' without a reasonable proba bility of pa vine at the time agreed. Remember that economy and industry aro the two irreat pillars of the farmer's prosperity. Take somo good family newspaper, and pay for it in advance; (say the Phoenix, at least so thinks the compositor.) Also talto an agricultural paper. Never carry your notes in your pocket-book, for...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 October 1845

i1 11 r. ",'ati,l -"- Sal P hccnix 01 ihimln Newspaper, mtwlt to politics, tfjomc Snimstqi, News, ftjjtim Itatc mtii lateral 3nte Uijcncc. VOLUME XII. miATTMISORO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1845 NUMBER 8. Ucrmont Ifif PUBLISHED EVERY THUUSDAY BY WIff. E. KYTHEK. OFFICE No. 2 WnEELER'S STOXE BDIWIXB. SlfO (euli) la Advance) 51,73 at the end of the year. For C monthe S3 cents, la advance I otherwiae J I A). Village sub scribers JI,W in Advance, or jtpO at the cod ofthejeir. No paper will be diaconlinQed unlera at the discreUon of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid ID AdrerliuroenU of any considerable length ahould be handed in aa soon as Tuesday morning. Smalt onea early on Wednesday morning. Business Cards. DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DEALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods; CHINA, CROCKERY AND GLASS WAKE; JUnrti UBnrc, Groetrtrs, fcc, (ii an their varieties,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Z. Dickinson, 5 cSla"igy'5 BRATTLEBORO. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D., Homeopathic & Ilydrojiatliic Phy...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 October 1845

The Horticultural Festival at Boston. Wo lately gavo a brief notice of this splen did affair, but since wo have seen a more full re port of the speeches, doings, &c. The Boston Mercantile Journal gives a very glowing descrip tion of tho festival. Edward Everett closed a speech descriptiro of liis voyage homeward, after an absence of four or five years, as follows: "Ladies and gentlemen; I cannot say much to you this evening. I need repose bodily and men tal, and would gladly find it in listening to the elo quent voices of those around mo. Some painful feelings crowd upon me. I heard at Halifax the news of an event which has deprived us this even ing of tho presence of one, whoso countenance was tho light of every circle lie entered) whose death will be felt, not in America alone, as a public ca lamity; from whoso long tried frlendshrp I had promised myself a cordial welcome on my return. Allow me, sir, the gratification and solace of being n liatonrrr and lit me onlv oxnrcss the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 October 1845

WSfl ' ai sjssjisji I CM. Tint the liaMwinstllte route win secore to tha Cor-j Ynrllon a much greater amount of local business, in psss. ogerssnd freight, to bo received slongthojine of the road and lbs.1 suoli passengers and freight will bo received upon the toad, than UUio Winchendon route should bo adopted. th. That a road upon the llsldwlnarllle routs will better accommodate the public, especially Ibe-towni uf Oatdner, Templelon, llubbardtton and Phillipston, than a road un tho Winchendon line ; wbile the town ol VVlnchendon will be well accommodated by a road on the ttaldwinsvilleroule or by the Cheshire llailroad. 8th. That, including the whole line from Fsitbsoks' to South Uuyalslon, the general character ol the soils, .ami earth lorniattona, on lha Ustdwinatrilte route, are more fa vorable for a railroad than on IheWincbe ndon line, ai though aome portiona of each line are equally favorable.- On the Winchendon line, there waaevidence oflcdgerock. where deep eicat ationa were...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 October 1845

mi i w SHKLTER FOR SHEEP. Every ona has ncrhoDs heard of the man whose rodf remained unrepaired to the perpetual detri ment of all dry articles and ound lungs within doors, because when it rained ho could not re pair it, and when Iho weather was fair he did not need the repair. For similar reason, many (locks or sheep pass year after year, unprotected, because shelters are not needed in tlio summer, and cannot be made in the depth of winter. To induce their owners to adopt an Improvement, arid provide in time, suitable shelter for their flocks, wo wish to state a Tew facts in the base. Lewis A. Morell of Tompkins county, N. Y., beforehe had provided a shelter for his flock of Saxon sheep, ISJUU in number, lost irom 7U to ltiu during, winter, and onco lost ISO. For the four successiro years after protection, tho imago nura bcrrvintered being 1800, the average yearly loss amounted to only 31, being less than 13-4 per cent. J. W. Childers, of the English Agricultural So ciety, brought ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 October 1845

p kcmix: 21 JFcimUn Newspaper, IDcuotc b to Politics, fyomt tobusixg, News, Agriculture ants (General Sutc llitjcnce. VOLUME XII. IIRA TTL.EKOKO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 184 5. NUMBER 9. PUBLISHED EVEtlY THURSDAY BY TO. E. KYTIIEK. OFFICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S 5T0XE BtllDIMi. JI.SO (rssh) In Ailvaooi SI.75 it Hi. end of tli. tear. For C month! US cents, in advance othersviso 5I.O) Village sub scribers $1,75 hi Advance, or at tho end of theyear. No paper will be discontinued unleaa at Uio discretion of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. ID" Advertisements of injr considerable length should be handed in at soon aa Tucsdsr morning. Small ones early on Wednesday morning. Poetry. HOME. 0 who can forget the delightful abode, Where the days of hit childhood hare joyously flowed t iS'ot the shores of fiir Greece or the ruins of Home Could gire me such pleasure at the tiew of sweet home. Tho song of the bird still resounds in my ear. The peep or the frog, that I then lored to hear, The bab...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 October 1845

ti ll 1'H i hi 1 -'TjTrnrcly bo made nvailnblc. To Icavo tlio enforcement of to important a right to the clianco discovery of testimony to a transaction, which, from its very nature, is guarded with ll6 profoundest se crecy, is but a mockery of justice. 1 submit wiieuicr some prutiaiuu nut uo made, which sliall giro a remedy, better suited to tho nature of the case a remedy which shall find its means of enforcement in an appeal, in some form, to the conscience of tho receiver of unlawful interest. Our connection with the Federal Union, whoso power reaches, and deeply affects, our interests, makes it our right and our duty, frequently to re view its legislation, and subject its policy, present and prospective, to examination. This duty has never been more imperative than at tho present mo ment, not 011! on account of tho great importance) of tho ((notions in issue beforo tho country, but from a consideration of the obvious and increasing tendency to a course of Federal administration...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 October 1845

mi referred la tprciil committee conmtinff of Mettri I Swift, Chate of Franklin, tJpafTord, lllco and Wirticr. At hit request, Mr It ice wu excused from ictinf on Ihe com inittee. SeATK, iftf rnoon. The Senile went Into joint inrin bly. On returning, a vummnnication wai receitetl from the Go?ernor, tuntiniUm frorii (lie Bute Geologist hit tint Annual lleport the communication waa referred to the co men litre on Finance. Adjourned. I lot IE, atlernoon. Mr Dillon waa appointed hj the chair member or the twice t committee on alarerjr( in place of Mr Rice, excused, Messrs Hall of Uratll?boro Converse, Lawrence, Thom as and Capen were appointed the special committee to rx tun ine .ntu the conctrna of the Vt Asylum lor the Insane. The Senate camp in, and the joint assembly proceeded to the election of ft Sergeant a I-Anna, which resulted on the IHh ballot as folUaa: W.T. Hurnham, 113 It H. Hiker. 63 V llurnham. 33 E. S, Camp, 10 Scattering. d and Mr W T. llurnham was accordingly declared ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 October 1845

Eipert Eccit(ions--A Hard Story. The Boston Journal recently told a pretty tall lory of Sir Evcraril Dlgby, who was executed In England for a political offence. After decapitation the executioners took up his head by the hair, and eelting it down on the block, exclaimed, 'there is the head of a traitor.' Tho head instantly replied, 'that is a lie.' This story reminds us of another, relating to tho eelcctiou of an executioner by thn Dey of Algiers, some 50 years since. It was the custom to mako the selections from the prisoners of war, and tho office was much sought as tho person selected thus obtained his liberty, On the occasion referred to, there was three candidates, a Frenchman, an Eng lishman, and an American. The trial of skill was to be made in the public square of Algiers. Three convicts were brought out and placed upon tho stand, their necks and shoulders made bare, and a red thread drawn about the neck of each to mark the place of decapitation. The l'rcnchman ad vanced fir...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 October 1845

k 9, . vt I i 21 Jfmmlii Newspaper, HDeuotcti to politico, Cjomc 3nbnstrji, News, Sericulture ani) (General intelligence. (VOLUME XII. BRATTLEBORO.TIIURSDAY. OCTOBER 30. 184 5. NUMBER lO. published r.vBKV Thursday dy WM. k. UYTiin:. OFFICEXo. i WHEELER'S STOXE BOIlMXti. 510 (cih) In Advance 1 SI.7J t tho enii of tlio vrir. For f month. B3 eems, in advance. otherwise 51.00 Yilltfgo aub ambers 51,73 in Advance, or j'J,00 .1 the end odhejosr. No paper will be discontinued tinleia .1 the discretion of the publisher, until ill arrcaragea ire pud. Advertisements or inj considerable length should be handed In as soon. Tuesday morning. Small one. early en Business Oards. DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DEALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods; ! CHINA, cnOCKUKY AND GLASS WAItUl jSjnrtJ M arc, (Groceries, &c. (in ALL TllEIRSTVARIEIIEB,) 4 GRANITE ROW, 7. Dicxivsos-, KAlblrt H.Uat UICATTLEUUUO. ICllAS. II. DAT I ROBERT VESSELHOEFT, M. D,, Iomcopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 October 1845

1V f THE LEGISLATURE. SatubdAv, Oct. 18. SENATE. Reports. Ily Mr Morgan.from llio commilteo on Elections, In favor of the bill amending chapter 1st of It. S., relating to clcciion by plurality, with an amendment, providing for additional trials, if there should be no plurality on the third ballot; the mnendment was adopted. On the question of the third reading of the bill, Mr J. Barrett remarked that baring introduced the bill, it became him perhaps to express briefly his views in relation to it. The direct, unavoidable effect of the law ns it now stands is well known to all. The effect has more especially manifested itself of late years, and nerer more so than during tho present. No less than between thirty and forty towns, and some of them too, the more important towns of the State, although as deeply concerned as any others in the promotion of the common weal are now perfectly voiceless in tho other branch of our Legislature. This state of things all would acknowledge an evil, th...

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