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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 January 1845

' v"-WA!rc ftitf aj?T& 'ouitN a r,. r . , - - 13. r. v'Ai-W,Jn., r.niTon. .'.MpNTPELIER, FHIDAY, JAN. 10, 1&I5. ' oUlSlrcToNGItKSSlONAL DISTRICT. The returns received of tho third trial on Tucs- . day lnsj. bIiow that Mr. Dillingham is elected, prob ably, by "n majority of tho votes cast. We lioped for a ilifforcht result hoped for tho 5700 Whig votcswhich wero cast for Mr. Chandler in Septem ber, and for tho voles at least of that portion of the third party which formerly, acted with tho Whigs. Those- votes wo believed ivquld havo elected Mr. Chandler now; but alas, tpo many of them are 'missing. On tho other hand, Sir. Dillingham re ceived the support of nearly all of the loco third party men in this section of tho district a con summation brought about, wo learn, by a Roor back story that all tho whig abolitionists would vote for Mr. CImndlcr. In ono town, wo arc glad to say that the whig abolitionists, when they discov ered the trick which tho loco foco branch of their p...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 January 1845

Q O ' A Lovb-Lobm Damsel. A very few days since I n pretty littlo Kir. tripped intotlia Washington city I Inrmtnnrlnn. nml nfrrr 11 rrrent deal of hesitation. nsked 'iow long it would tako 1 to send to Haiti more?' Tho intorostins nppoaranco of tlio littlo questioner nttrnclod Mr. Morse's nttontion, and ho very blandly replied, one second. 'Oh! how delight fill, how tlcliyhtful, ejaculated tho littlo beauty.' her eyes glistening with delimit. 1 One second, only hero, sond tins quicker if you can.' Ami Mr. Morso found in his hand n neatly foldod, g"t edged tiuto, tho very perfume and shapo of winch told a voluina of love. 1 1 cannot send tins note, said Mr. Morse, with somo feeling .'it la impossi ble.' ' Oh, io, do!' implored the distracted girl : William rind I have had n quarrel, and I shall die, if ho don't know that I forgivci him in n. uccontlT. know I shall.' Mr. Morso still objected to sending tho note, when tlio fair one, brightening up, nsked. Vmi will tlmn send mo on. won'...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 January 1845

bbbsMP ' z, ' y . MP Ji SSJ ;"-v-.V ' .. ... " v . -v. ' Xaxest -returns - ' ' FilOM. . -' . 'Old Massachusetts and NEW, YORK! ' 1 UST received from tho above Slntos, lr Wnlkwr nnil Co' -, Express, I'iH' Jj.lllfl li V CO.Ul'ZiIiTJ! n ji'j.v arihc'inoiiiiciirabio FANCY AND STAPLE ' -DRY O-Q'QDS I .7 .ir.UOlli Tl'ot willed linvn been miiljreitnceil in price i ihico Iho State Election In Heptoiiioer last. . Tfio subscriber flutter himself ilmt ,;'" "bono Itrlnrui mny bo rnl rrllril upon, end jW provo highly satlsfae. orj lo Ihoso ofall polHItmrparltVi vvhowill liivor hbn with! cull. 1 J.W. HOWES. Nor.lt, 1811. . 87 PEL.TS. CASH and tli liJfbeit prlco paid for Shoop's Pelts, at thoNew Store of i E. IIUUIlAltl). NEW FALL AND WINTER ' ' GOODS. BENJAJtLV.DAY ond Co. head of Bute Street, nro juit open Jnl n largo and well selected Assortment of ' ruill.lli.X DnO.IIU3U.MI tu nny liOUHS, CROCKERY GLASS and lIAItl) WARE, iln all kiriils of W. I. ROODS and GROCERIES, (exeent Liquors) to which t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 January 1845

YBRMON T W A T CHM AW' & STATE JOtfTRNAI BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEll, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1815. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 10.--WHOLE NO. 199G. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS 81.8(1 emli In mtriinco S3 00 If payment li 'not rnndo In ndvnnco) intcroit nlv clintgpil from llio end or Iho vocit. POETRY. The Temple, and tho Country lVtrson, by tho Uev (icorgo Her bert, with Ms Life, aluMjtcd from Izaok Walton I Hoslon, Jomei D, Paw, 1843. Ti)oclitor of OrflJiim' American Monthly Mitsazlnft, say in the rchruaiy number i Jterbertt Horn", Ilalloy, (P.J.) I r1ryf Atford, nnd llrowiiln, nto namei of some noto in Knjr l.md, bul none ot ihoir ptoductlon Imro erer been reprinted In Amerlcn." Tl.l prronr-nni nssertlon remind in of tliu book ot whiHi ttolmva given tlio tllla olno l cmt albeit two lmn tlrcd jmim behind ttio Union. tlrorjro Herbert win u clorgjman of tbo Kngllsh church, learned, pious, and fiithful In his ofiVo n cood poet, nnd n "nod mmi. lie died suid Ixmk Walton, " like n sai...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 January 1845

AN "UAL REPORT OF THE AUDITOR OP ACCOUNTS. Auditor's OrricR, MoNTrr.i.ttn, - i October 10, 1844. To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives : 'I havo tlio honor hcrowith to transmit, to tho Hon. tlio Oencral Assem My, now in session, tlio annual report required from lliia office. I am with great respect, Your obedient servniil, DAVID PIERCE, Auditor of Accounts. To tht Auditor of Accounts of the Stale of Vermont : The undersigned, Auditor in tlio Treasury, having audited, examined and settled tlio accounts in the Treasury Department with tho Treasurer, mibmits the following report, for tho current year. The Sttte oj Vermont in account with John Spalding, Esq., Treasurer : DEBTOR. To casli paid Debenture of General Assembly, $12,200 40 Judges of tho Supremo Court, balance of last and part of pros yen's salary, 7,ir5 on Gov. Paine, balance ol last year's salary, 502 CO Ditto ns Commissioner of Deaf, Dumb and Blind and Insane Poor, 100 00 Gov. Mattocks, ealary in part, 37...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 January 1845

;conguess. . . Monday, Jan Ctn. House. 'Mr. Winthrop nf Massachusetts,"'119 entitled to tha Itoor, and ntldrcssoil tho coniinittco an liour in opposition to Annexation, in a very null) and polished manner. Tlio chici proiind ol Ins objection to tho measure was, its inevitable ton doncy to extend slavery, lie should oppose it on this ground, and boldly inado tlio avowal, notwith BtmiUti'T tho tlismloisuro Southern L'Ciilleincn man ifested when it was treated ns a slave question. Ho intended to hold sicrod the compromises or tho Constitution, on tfia subject of slavery ; and tlio peoplo of Alassacliuiotts, although tliey had boon grossly misrepresented, would do tho sime. out neither ho nor they would sanction, by a voluntary net of theirs, a measure which would extend and strengthen the evil of slavery. Air. V. was heard with profound nttontion, and his speech produced a considerable sensation in tho House. Mr. nnntrlnM MocnUho author of ono of tho ? repositions before tho Coinmittco...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 January 1845

V. U '' & ' -. st , .J - i ' .' ' ' , , . t. ..; ' . , js.r- " JEWELRY, &o. p 1UST rocnlvcd by TOWN & WrrillMLI., a well tcloci r oil nsiortmcnt of Cold iindSllicr nl .1 pi.nii,. li l.--.',eV Vlotif'nmTlltcr l'enellt. uml a variety of plain Cold nnd Clone, fins" HI . A vnrlfty of new patlom llrnrclelt, tcry net! l Jo- A largo mpply of t"oys nnil l'aney nrltclcs jnUIlLRY of ovcry description made to order in the ben style. Wo w-oiil-l say to one find all, coma timl roc for 5 ourselves j w e do not fill Ihc import with Mlleles wo never had to make n show. Wo Itll our tlinp with (iOOI)S, and shall lio happy to toll lo those wlmWith, nt a smnll advance from cost, OO-OurlLVim Sl'OONS nnd HUM) IIDAt).", cannot No heat In this Yiclftity fur quality ond finish, ond nro ollluj nt unusually low pllccd. 79 Sept. Id. SILVER SPOON MANU FACTORY, IS if TOltWif tViTMJEKXEi, SILVnil tei nn! table SPOON'S of nil slei; do-tcrt do unit nnd muatnrd doj crcHin.susur, ?rnvy nnd loan Utile miga...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 January 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL. 13Y E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEll, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1815. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 11.--WIIOLE NO. 1997. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS-91,50 cmli in Jvnnco 63 CO If poymentlt nol maila In ndvmco i IntcroU alvay chargoJ from h0 mi ofl" vat. POETRY. M'AMCT.. or rjEOnoc tiCRDEHT. Money, thou bono of lillu, nml lourco or wo, YVhcnco com'it lliou that thou art mi licih and flno f I know, thy pntoiitoso li hao nml low I Mnn tuund thco, jioor and ditty, In a mine. Surely thou didst fo lltllo ronlllbuto To this great klnstlom, which thou now hast got, That ho n fain when thou waft doilltuln, Todljtheo out of thy dark cavo and gtot. Then foiclngthee, hy firo ho rondo thco bright t Nay, thou hail got tlio fico of man lo. we Have with our Hump and icnl Ira l.fetied out tight Thou art tlio man, nnd man hut drum to thte. Man callcth thee M wealth, who mule th.n tlch) And hllo ho digs out thco, fill' In the ditch. MISCELLANEOUS. Vtvm Cliamlien Edinburgh Jour...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 January 1845

llEPORT OP COMMITTED APPOINTED TO EXAMINE THE MATTER OP H EVOLUTIONARY CLAIMS &c. UPON AP PLICATION OP HENRY STEVENS. To His ExccUene;, IVUliam Slade, Governor oj the Stale of Vermont: Tlio undersigned, having been appointed n committee, by your prede cessor, to make rn examination of the several matters embraced in a n' olution of (ho General Assembly, passed at tho October session, A. I). 1843, in tlio following words, viz: ,, "Resolved, by the Senaleiind House of Ucpresenlalivcs, That the Ooyer nor of this Stato bo requested to make or ciuso to bo innde, nil examina tion of tlio papers and correspondence collected by Henry btcvens, Esq., relating to tlio early and revolutionary history of tins btatc, and to takoi such measures as ho shall judgo will bo most beneficial to tho interests ot the Stato in procuring and preserving said papers and correspondence, to ge'.hcr with all such revolutionary rolls as liavo been collected by said Stevens, and also two pieces of brass cannon...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 January 1845

r in favor nf rn-neniilrlnif Toxas ! but that, unloaa I tho terms doulil be settled, and tho divisions liar-1 monized among tho lriends ol tho incasuro, Una ma- jority would uo converted Into a minority. Tlio distinctivo foaturo ot Air. Haywood's bill is a pro vision lor extending mo operation ol tlio ordinance of 1837 over tlio territory of Texas, in any compact which may bo mado between tho supremo authori ties of Toxas and tho United States. Ho was ready lo advance farther than this, uivjer tlio lead of a minority, if it was thought bc?t; but hero was a point upon which tho friends of Texas could meet j and, if wo first gavo our legislative! nssont in this form, it would bo much easier to decido tho ques tions which lay behind. This precedent step was urged as politic, and the fairest ground upon which both tlio friends and opponents of annexation could meet. The measure, Mr. II. said, is fast becoming, if it is nut already, a question between tho North and South j or, to speak m...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 January 1845

" ERASTUS HUB BAUD TTAR'tiivlnnrrliftafxl ni Ttnv. Nnv York nnd llnston. (wltli ,11 Cnsh) an cntlru now nnd onlnnslve slock of W L (JOODS nnd ETOllUS which may bti found In tny quantity bttha Old fituto (ufmptly oecffpl,d iry Haven, three itoora south head Slate White- nnd lUovn llftv Hc-gar, (Via CofTeo, Ht CroW do Porto RIcn do uni Java no Cavendish Tobacco, flood common do Mrs. MiHeri chowing do PmoMng do". Snuff, Cud Fish, Salctntui. Box Halsiiifi BfllTCll, rimnnlo, pppper U round, Oasili do Nulmngi, - ' N V patent fnt rooklne, do Double ref No 1 Loaf do Crushed ' do Pulverised do Old Hysoi'Ten, Young do do otfii, Pouclionff 7 do ' w . Dyson Pktn do A . , Penpei Bauer, 4 .Mustijrd,.. ' . Day and Mattli D tack In, Pure- Spcrmfmp Oil, unou iuoisisses, UIOVCS, fllnjcr, AM kinds Bonn, Hinder, WJiIcli can ho hud ni low as at LEATHER. n, nuniiAun YOU. WILL FIND AT THE NEW STORE. OF ERASTUS HUBBARD, All kinds of tlio new styles of Parlor Plpvti, I in nnd Copper, English fehcet Iron, Ru...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 31 January 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. .BYE. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIE.ll, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 12.-WII0LE NO. 1998. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS 81,50 eaph In mlvnnco $2 00 if payment U not made in nuvnnco interest arrays cnurgoa iram m vi.. POETRY. Tot llio Watchman and Journal. AN INDIAN TAUU:. Wllh toll well nreml from Imili to buih A hid hud caught n willy upatrow i ' Prnv Ut mo ko," tho ptHonor cried 11 I'll rid theo of a world of torrowV1 Thon tlirco pond rule llio fpnrrmvMnjf I " Xitr nl'thfur vhat W ffn JVVr furthat vhirh cannt if Th hd well ploucd, lltrtliint telensMi Which, pcrchU nn liigli, uitli Jo) ou clatter Each totittier plumed, and then errct, Tlitn gite a new turn to tho m iltnr I , Mnik wpII llio tnlo ! within my rrop T hcrr Ut tli wealth r Immenio mouu j Hiidnt tliuu (tut wrung my liny nck Tills golden crop liad l-ccn tliy trcaiuro." Bellow Inc th'n trnmparont lie. Aloud hi Iom tlm hid howniKM Whcn-at the hird jttt wagged u Lead, And ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 31 January 1845

WATCllMAN & JOURNAL. n. r, uAir5j, jr., r.oiron. MONTPELIER, FRIDAY, JAN. 81, 1815. SLAVERY- -LTTrTHltS PilOM CASSIUS M. . . CLAY. Tho first letter iinncxoJ, from that wliolo-soulcd young Patriot, Cassius M.Ci,AV,(who, by tho way, "no arc pleased to lcttrn, is about to establish a Newspaper 'In Kentucky, to battle against slavery,) was addressed to tho editors of tho Uoston Atlas, and lias boon widely copied by (ho Whig editors in tho free stales : a fact which sufficiently indicates hat tho great Whig party of tho North is not to bo driven from its constitutional and wisely directed war against slavery, cither by tho temporary triumph of tho slavocratic; democracy, or by tho treachery': or tho denunciations of that so-called Liberty par ty, to which to tho shame of tho Birnoys, Leav ing and Smiths who liavo deluded tho rank and iilo tho slavocracy owe most for their success in tho lato campaign. Wo have- put a portion of tho letter ir Malic, on which to make a fow remarks. Firs...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 31 January 1845

CONGRESS. Monday, Jan. SO. Senate. Mr. Denton presented tlio resolutions n doptcil by tlio Legislature) of Missouri on tlio sub ject of Texas anncxntioii. Tlio resolutions wero read nt tlio Clerk's desk, nnd Mr. J), made somo re marks, llo rejoiced at tlio coinmenthblo spirit dis played in tlicso resolutions, for liisstato had a spe cial interest in Texas, besides that general interest in which she partook in common with the rest of tho country. Missouri had a largo inland trado with Texas j yet. great ns was her interest, alio had shown n disposition to consult tlio jieaco and har mony of the Union; her example, mVthis respect, was worthy of imitation, ond it was with pndo ho beheld tho youngest stnto In the Union striving to bring back tlio rest of the confederacy to a control linglscnso of the value of the Union. Mr. Upliam presented a memorial from n. groat dumber of tho citizens of Vermont, protesting, in tho most solemn and earnest manner, against tho nnoxation of Texas, in an...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 31 January 1845

EltASTUS HUB BAUD HA8 jm l purchased at Troy. Now York mid llnilon, (with CniM An rntlrn hmv nn.1 ftitftnsl. o stock of W. I. GOODS nml STOUL9 which may bo foiiml in any niantity ot tho Old Btoro formerly occupied hy llavcn, tliroo door torith hood Htate White tin (I Brown Ilav. tfugar, Cuba Co (Too, St Croix do Old Java do Cavendish Tobacco, (lood common do Mrs. Miller's chewing do Bmokinffdo. . Siiulf, Cod 1'Ish, Halcrnlus, Jinx Itnliini, Htarch, Pimento, Pepper Ground, Cons I a do Nutmegs, rotta Itlco do N Y iintont Cm cooklnj, do DouMo ref No 1 Loaf do Crushed do I'ulvptlscd do OM llyion Ton, Voungdo do extra , Pouchons do Hyson Skin do I'eppcr Buuco, Mustard, Day and Martin's Illack.nff, l'uro H ertn Lamp Oil, Good Molasses, uiovei, Ginger, aii Kinus roan, Which cm bo had fls low 01 nt LEATHER. Bv Jl. IiUBHAUD. YOU WILL FIND AT THE NEW STORE OF ERASTUS HUBBARD, All kinds of tho new styles of Pnrlor Htoes, J in nml uoppcr. Kngtish Bhecllron, Russia do. do. Canada do. do Bhcet'ln...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 February 1845

TATE JOURNALS RMON BY E. P. WALTON & SONS, MONTPELIEll, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 181 VOL. XXXIX, NO. 13.-W1I0LE NO. 1999. VE T WATCHMAN & S WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TCRMS Sleuth In ndmncn ) SO Of) if pigment U nit inula In advance Intotosl nlw.iy. ctiurjod Iron tlioondorilio vor. mmmll HIB.WI.WHI.,l . III I .Ul Il I I POETRY. rnoM an ancmint iiBimnw union. Viom thrt MMrnpliUn. ' Mourn for tin mourner, not for tho doadj Ilo U fit reil, but o In lean." tfo I nt rct, o'er the dim eyo Trlnzoil lids Ilo Iituvlly j Meekly eroded nn tlm breast) t.'nlm thu slndr finger rest j Frnni tho liljrh unci inmost brow, I'aitti look o I suffering now. Hut o'er tin pale lip mnl tliunk, rimlielti not tho criinmu stre ik, From ttiH vitrylu tioundmir, fbud Or HiO .init' rich muoiJin MooJ. NoLglit ut cnrtlily grlnf or pulu E'er may wiin tlntt breast njil.i. 11 Wo re In mri," aht t to loim Through tho tad, dotttrlPil home i Vluwlho liven lioutehtdJ chain No.iu may hind vn earth tifain! rrnulitwllh nuny a...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 February 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. V. r. WAt.TON.JU., r,I)ITO!t. MONTPELIEK, FRIDAY, FEB. 7, IS 15. ANTfT1T HALL, BOSTON. .Thin Convention, consisting of delegates from ono hundred and twenty-ono cities and town of Massachusetts, met on tlio 29th tilt, nnd continued its session through that nnd tlio succeeding day lion. John M. Williams presiding. Tho call was nddrossed to all parties, and was In some measure, responded to by nil several locofocos being pros cut, notwithstanding llio denunciation of tlio lend ing locofoco presses in the Stnlc. Tlicro were present also many zealous abolitionists, though tho great body of tho convention consisted of Whig Some of tlio abolitionists urged uxtreino measures such ns n proposition by Mr. Garrison to declaro the Union dissolved in cast' annexation is consum mated, and then to meet in Convention and form a now government. The convention, however, would rotinlcnanco no bad fnith to tho Constitution or the Union; in tho languagoof tho lion. Linus Child, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 February 1845

elonsof March 0, 18 W and .about 8600,000 for Ibr'ifications, of u liicli $30,000 is for foriificalions nt Iho otit-lut of Ltiko Chnmplnin, nt House's Point, wo presume. .Another bill lias licon report ed for IiarboM and rivers, which appropriates 815, 000 each for tho lircnk-wntor nt liurllngton and l'luttsbureli, nut $.r)000 for tho harbor nt Whitehall, N. Y. Tuur.sD.VT, Jan. 30. Senate. The postage bill was further consider uJ. Ifovsc. Messrs. Thompson of .Mississippi, Ow en of In. and Hamlin of Mc. supported tho Oregon bil1' Mr. A. V. Drown, in reply to a question from ' H. Ingorsoll, said that no clause in this bill would conflict with tho claims of other OovornmonU. Mr. J. If. Ingorsoll of l'n. spoke at length in fi vor of wnilitifj to terminate tho joint occupancy bo fore orrntilzinp a Government over tho Territory. Sir. Klmer of Now Jersey undo several objec tions in tho bill. Ho ngrccd with .tho frontloman from Pennsylvania, that if American citizens Ind bo'en executed by U...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 February 1845

ERASTUS HUBBARD HAS jus luurcliascd nt'i'toy, IW York nnd Jl'.!, . j (,',i.h) nn entlru now nud i'tton.itr stuck of W. I. ""'" on. I STOUIlrJ which may be fount In nny quantity ntlhouid Htoto fiirniotly occupied by tlavvn, three doors south head Slalo Whits nnd Ilruwn ll.iv. r? ujir, 'u Cnfoo, PlOrolv. do l'l Jv," ''i!, , Porto Hlco ilo CntondWi lolnccn, UV .trt OlIOll (OlllltlOn do Double ref No t Loaf 'to ,1... .'UII'U . (.11,.,. ill,, " Pmokingdo. Rntin. Cod Pish, Rnletntu. Hot itniiiin, rililrch, 1'iincntn, Pepper llrouiul, OllS.hl itn Ntllnirgs, (JtOtcs, Crushed " Pulvciiicd 01.1 Hyson To.i, Youndo do oxlr.1, Souchong do Hyson Pklll do IVpntl Sauce, Mustard, Day mid Martlu'a Illacktng, Pure Sperm I.alnp 0Ut (Jooil molasses, AM kind. Soap! (linger, Which cnn he hail m low ns ct ,n. LEATHER. 1:. iiuiiiiAiiii YOU WILL FIND AT THE NKW STORE O'F KRASTUS J1UMARD, All, kinds of tho new stylus of Parlor Ptovuf, l in nml i np.irr, 1 1ns I i tli Bhcct Iron, Rtiia do, ilo. run ul a (I j. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 February 1845

ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY U, 18d5. VOL. XXXIX, NO. Mi-WHOLE NO. 2000. ERMONT WATCHMAN & WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS 31,50 cmh In nilvnnco 9 00 If pnyment It not made in fttlvance j Intoiost always chdhrotl Don tlio t-nJ of Iho fear. POETRY. lini'KCTIONH IN AVINTEIl. tit ti ti. coaniM. The reits wlnd lire moaning Mill, They heed no joy, tliey liucd no ill, lint fitfully they spfcd nlnng And elng their wild nnrt mournful Bong. At tlmCJ tho gloumy thuuglit will rte, Thai rttJUffht li fair beneath iho slilcis, Tint enry earthly thlna U datk, Aa wave tlmt lieuvo tho ihatlered bark, That fileiiJinre falae tlifit Joy are floiviti Thiil we nro wiimtetcr lost nml lone. Dill lift the Inch nnd gato nbroj.l, Thy ipfrlt ilml! ho cheered, thoutli atred. Tor high uhovo. ten thou ami otct limit tliolrgllinineflrii; rattinnce tjr, And hoateil haU tuiilt the mil alitor M And long to float n'rr every stur. IVen Iho dirk earth tlmt seem o vuln Presen...

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