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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 October 1845

CORIIEBPONDEACE OF Till! MCEMX. SPRInFfIKLI). Mr Editor i If you think these random remaika rca pecllng this Uniting Tillies still be of any Interest to your readers, the arc at jour dispossl. On account of Its favorable location aa the focus of rail road travel from North and South, Kail and Weal, and be ing In the center of fertile region of country, and In the vicinity of numerous factory and other villages, thia must ere long liecome miitc an inland city. You will hardly find rail road atation In the country where there la more bus. tie thsn at the Springfield depot at middiy. The length, ened train, from the far west, cornea rumbling over the Iron pathway that apana the beautiful Connecticut; the South, em train, with passengers and fresh Intelligence from New York, Philadelphia, and the aunny Soulli, niajeatically curves into Ha place ; and that from the commercial empo rium of New England, with the latest 'sdviees' by the Ilrit. ish Steamers, and motley crowds of man and woma...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 October 1845

.Slgrtcnltttral. -The American Cranberry. , , (Oxvcaecus Macrocarpus.) This delicious fruit is said to be cultivated With great success and economy. Sir Joseph Banks be ins furnished with some plants from America cul- timed them in his garden as a curiosity. In 1813 he produced from a bed, eighteen feet square, three and a half Winchester bushels of cranberries, be ing at tho rate of four hundred and sixty bushels to the acre. Capt, Henry Hall, of Barnstable, Mass., has cul tivated cranberries for the last twenty years, with perfect success. lie puts on his swampy low ground, a quantity of beach sand ; this is, however. not absolutely necessary. lie then digs holes, four feet apart each way, and puts in sods of cranberry plants. A good method of culture is pursued by Mr Su! livtm Dates, of Ocllingham, Mass. lie prepares a dry soil, by plowing and spreading on a quantity of swamp muck, and then sets out llio plants in drills twenty inches apart, hoeing them the first season, After th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 November 1845

SI JFmmhi Newspaper, pcuotci) to politics, Hjomc Snimstvn, News, Agriculture ano (General intelligence. T VOJLUME XII. IIRA TTXiBBOROj THURSDAY, NOVEMBER G, 184 5. NUMBER 11. PlULlSUl:i) KVKHY THURSDAY DY wn. 15. RYTlIElt. or FICE Xo. 2 WHEELER'S STOXE Bl'ILMXU. (euli) In AAfancoj $lft& t tli end of thejotr. For f, nionthi 88 centi. In ad'anroj other wi 1,00 illtge tab ic ribcri 31,75 in Adfttice, or SlW at end oflheteir. No paper will be discontinued utile! it the discretion of tiio puwitiicr. nui an arrearage! ire piiu. LX3 Advertisements of any considerable length ihould tie handcu in a aoon ai lucsuijr morn tug. sraiii one can on Wednesday morning. 3octrn. Death of Children. A writer in an English magazine, speaking of the death of very young children, thus heautifully remarks : "The sinless soul of the eherub child that dies on its mother's hreail, wings its war to heaven, unconscious of the joys it might share, as well as of the many, many miseries of which it might bo par...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 November 1845

THE LEGISLATURE. StTl'ROAT, Oct.SU. Senate. Mr Hich, from the committee on Fi nance, to Inch committee had been referred the resolution instructing them to inquire into tho con dition of the Vermont State Prison, submitted a somewhat detailed report upon the aubject, with a din, authorizing ine directors o the prison to let out the labor ot the prisoners for a term not ex.- cecdiug fire years at anr one time, and ininosins- additional duties upon the directors ; the bill was ordered to lie upon the table, and 300 copies of the Report to be printed. A message was rrcencd from the Gorcrnor in- forming the Senate that Timothy Foiled declines (he office of third Assistant Judge of the Supreme Court. engrossed lint. I n facilitate the making or turnpike roads free roads; passed. House. Dill introduced. Br Mr Kelloo-ir. re. lating to all railroads granted and to be granted, which was ordered to a third reading. By com (the shares to tie asse.MPfl fnr tnTalinn In the Inurna mitlee on Roads...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 November 1845

Tehmessee U. S. Bcktor. Afltr a hard sllug. file in tlio Tennessee Legislature lo elect a Senalart (lie Whigs and Irregular Locofocos succeeded In elect, tine Hopkins U Turney, formerly Representative In Congress. There wete 14 hallotlngs. The Whig' supported Hon. John Hell in the Ibrrpatl of (he can vass, Mr Turnry is a I.ucoloco, Massiciiosetts. Nt Monday the annual elec tion in the Old Day Slate come oil". Locolocoism la at rather a low ebb, jutt now, in that Btate. The Wliigi would have a sweeping triumph were It not for iMilieiim, 1 hoec who have left the whig parly and united themselvea lo the 'Native Amnion' patty, so called, will, we ate confident, ee cause to regret their course. The whfga generally adopt the principle ol tins fourth party.- .The whig party dinYra from It in this It has a much broader Litis it take in all the Cleat interests of the country. Nalieiim and aboli tionism have but one idea each. Their bases being thus loo small, they must, before long, tail to 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. — 6 November 1845

I . ,, L!-ll 'ft ioii2 1 Jliss Candle's iCoinpinint. J.ieii ma i minima, wnsi mm i tia r ,. ' I daren't a'betu, and I'm now twenllwo! 3 If things don't improve pon word I'm afraid Do alt 1 can. I iliaJI die an eld maid. Illeti me f 51 am ma, what hall I do? I hmn't i beau, and Tin now twentj-lwo 1 Tit true Mr Johnson, who laal came to tea, Wat all the nig lit long most mien live la me, Hut never a word about marriage he'd aaj, And, like all the ret, lie went tnillnj aw a. Ulesa me ! Mamma, what shall I do f 1 Iiafcn't a beau, and I'm now twentj'-lwol Huch treatment, I'm aure, would vex eyen a taint! i uincr, inu t imr. aim i p-y ma i paint With the penairol m grate ; with the merr Ii 'm gay 4ju nut. wuru auuui iijntrn mej ii ajr. Uleii met Mamma, what ahall 1 do t 1 haven't a beau, and I'm now twenty-two t I'm aurc I can't tell what the men are about! 1 meet them at party, at ball, and at rout ; But all are ao ilij that in quest or a beau No New 11 rich ton or Southport I'll tpeedil...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 November 1845

j nsMisa) 2V JTamilji Newspaper, Ellcuotci) to Politics, Cjomc Sirtnstrn, News, Slcjticu tore ano (Enteral Jfntc Uigcucc. VOIUME XII. BliATTLBBOIiO, TIIURSDAX, KOVEMIJER 13, 18 45.7 NUMBER 12. published every Thursday nv wheeler a. nitiaas, TSCmmtiicutii, Will. E. KlfHLK. 1,f."e ;V''V 5ar,,Vi-ji'"'Ai:,Jr",,"5"',e' , ,. ..,. .-......,. 1 amis, Utls, Due Stuffs, lUinloa Glast, eye. OFFICE----. 2 HEELER'S STOSE Bl'ItDI.Mi. Maker, or Japan .n3 Cop.f Varnish. Alw-Ajf.ru r.,r Iho.aleolJ. Alld'. celebrated Rheumatic l'lislcr i turn 'Jf bb.5: . cure lor Rheumatism. SI,SO(eah)ln Advancei gl,"a t the end or tlio year. For STTrj"A v . i, . ..i?,.. i. . C months IB cenu, In adranee i otherwise glsxl Village sob- NMAON .V. RRADt OIU), 27 A 23 Ho Mum 11., senbers SI,M in Advance, or SlflO it Ui end ortheycar. (Successor, to A. S. it W. O. Lewis), No paper will be diseonUnoed unleu il the discretion of lha ,. """oaTtn. ' wilotrHI-r. lir.il.nl in publisher, noUl ill arrcaragca iro paid. Drugs, J'tt...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 November 1845

Off,! if m IN, Qi THE IjEGISLATUKE. SENATE, Saiuiidav, Nov. 1. Mr Wllings from (ho Select committee, to which was referred bo much of the Governor's message as relates to our Federal relations, Texas, and Slave ry, submitted a long and able report, with tho following resolutions : Kesolccd, That in tho numb and behalf of the people of tho State of Vermont, wo do protest against tho annexation of Texas to tho United States, as a mcasuro inconsistent with, and in di rect hostility to the Constitution of tho United States, and fraught with tho most serious danger to tho well being, the integrity, and tho existence) of the Union. Resolved, That our Senators in Congress be in structed, and our Representatives bo requested to use their utmost exertions and influence to prevent the eonsumatiun of (ho measures now commenced for tbo purpose of effecting such annexation; and that Ilia Excellency tho (Joiernor bo requested to transmit a, copy of the loregoing resolutions to each ofour delegate...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 November 1845

VERMONT PIHENIX. liraUlcborojTImrMlajjIN'ov, 13, IS 15. tCrU It Willi plMitiro llmtwn elnowletlge tlm receipt tf nearly one hundred npw mtlwcribrr (torn di towm of IIIiumJiI and U'incbeitcr, N. II. And the be of all li, a Urge portion of tlirm pstdui prompii in WTinc. For this kind patronage nf our friend otcr the Hiver, we wUli Um all kind of good lack. We rrnret that we cannot furniih tlwra wit)i our last week'i Issue, contain! nj th commencement of lalrrci;ing itorjr which ii Uiia week completed. Adjournment or (lie Legislature. The Lrgiilature of this Slate adjourned on Tim radar mor ning Hit, after a teuton or precisely four weeks, Bererat very important bills were pasted, into the details of which wc cannot this week enter, hut ma be better prepared to do ao In our next. Arjiong the various acta passed, the one abolishing the School Fund Is not the leaat important. All the hwa Itercloforo passed respecting lite (jute School Fund are repealed. All the property heretofore belong...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 November 1845

HSVjgrtculttttaL 3 Varieties of Cliccsc. Cheshire Chttst. Tli cheese ii fsmous 11 civet Elliot. Jor ill rich quality, ind fine, piquant flavor. It ll made of entire new milk, Ihe cream not being taken oil. Tho cheeiea are genera!! of very large aize, usually about a!x ty pounds weight. Kacli cheese la Ueually made of the produce of one day'e milking Ironi herd of 100 to 200 cowa. which feed on aome of the richeal pastures in Eric. land. The eiecllcnce of lliii cheese muil be atttibuled to the goodness of the milMnd Uie skill employed In the msnuiacture. 1 lie color n not entirely natural, btttayel. low tint ia given b arnotto, marigolds or carrots. Itli aald that tome lncreaae the riclineia and mcllowneas of the cheese by adding beef suet; or any other wholesome and weei til, well clarified, which ia poured into and .railed wiiauie curd. - Clettaler Cheese is much milder in Ita taste than the ' Cheshire There are two kinds of Gloucester cheese sin. gleand double. SiWa Gloucester is ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 November 1845

-7V fwaajf .Mtt .HW'Jtil ...... .,' ivjCw'"ww fr;A '..'-. ''I'd . - V " 'tt' 'li .-h. , :mil ; 21 ihmilji Newspaper, SDcuotcD to politics, C)ome Sitfnstvji, News, Agriculture nuo (General Sntc lliflcncc. VOLUME XII., BRATTLBBORO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER iof 16 45. NUMBER 13. IHI 'til -' V "Sir.-. ' rtUI.13lir.D every thuiisdaV nV AVM. E.1 KYTIir.lt. OFFICESq. 2 MEELER'S STONE BU1LD1M). SIM (cub) in Adrancol S 1.13 it tho end of lira vear. For l, iiioiiwis uii vpdu. in auvanco I mnerwiao Jl,uu. village sud- fto nancr will bo diaconunued unless at the discretion of Um -- 1 " , . j publisher, unui an arrearage! are paid. landed In as Boon u Tuesday morning. Small onca early oa in; kind. Be kind to thy rather for when thou wert young, Who loved thee ao fondly M he i He caught the firak accenU that fell from thy tongue, And Joined in thy Innocent filve. Be kind to thy father, for tioW he U old, III locks intermingle with gray His footsteps are feeble, once fearless and bold. Thy father ia pas...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 November 1845

ft i LAWS OF VERMONT, 1845. No. 1. All ACT to abolish llie School Fund. It is hereby enacted by Hie General Assembly of tho Slato of Vermont, as follows : Sr.c. 1. All tho laws of this State, heretofore Iiasscd respecting the State School 1- und, arc Mere ly repealed. Sec. 2. All the moneys, notes, bonds, mortsa- ges and other securities of every name and nature, and an goods, chattels, rigms and credits whatsoev er, and all lands which now belone to. and const! lute the Slato School Fund, are hereby transferred to, and made, the property of, the State, and shall hereafter be so deemed. Seo. 3. Tho State Treasurer Is hereby directed to appropriate and apply so much of said money, goods, chattels, rights and credits so transferred to the State, as aforesaid, ns may bo required to can cel and extinguish tho indebtedness of tho Stale to said l- und, and the balance or tho proceeds of said fund, shall bo put into tho Treasury for tho uso and benefit of the State. Sec. 4. Nothing in this...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 November 1845

tr3"Imfdrtaiil Dcupalclift have recently arrived al Washington from Mexico. The Soraera, the TrWe ton and the Mississippi Steamer, were all detpatched to forward tno news. It is believed at Washington that they contain a proposition on the pari of Mexico ! til resume friendly, diplomatic relations. An United : State officer direct from Mexico auerta that tuch it the import of the despatches. n i Still later tlr the arrival of the steamer Crrole at New Orleans from Vera Cms, whence she sailed on tl 23th ulL, newspaper files from the r-llf of Afclico up to tho 25th October hate been received. ThU I thirteen days later tfatn had prefi cuilr been received. Tha opinion generally pr rails it Vert Cm i nod at Mexico ibit alt tret difficulties between lit Uailed State and Mexico are in a fur way of being amictbly aeltled, A a condition precedent, Mexico requires the withdrawal of our Squadron from the waters of Vers Crux. Tbe Matter of the Creola report that our Squadron had taken Ita depar...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 November 1845

( Colluded fromifirtl page.) whero tlio inanition of the frame" forbids the neces sary reaction in cholera, andrccrtainfdbjordcrs of the elicit and bronchia ; otherwise at all ages, from the infant to tho octogenarian, it is equally appli cable, and in most acuto cases, equally innocent. Hydropathy being thus rapidly beneficial in acute disorders, 'It follows naturally that it "ill be quickest as a euro in chronic complaints in propor tion as acute symptoms aro mixed tilth them, and slowest where such complaints are dull and lethar gic it will ha slowest also where the nervous ex haustion is the greatest. With, children, its effects, really and genuinely ,caimot .be exaggerated ; in them, the ncrrous system not weakened by toil, grief, anxiety, and intemperance, lends itself to Ibe gracious element as a young plant io the rains. When I see now aomo tender mother coddling, physieing, and preserving from every breath of air, and swaddling in flannels her pallid little ones, t long to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 November 1845

i uiutJ 5;jf ft t: SI jfmmlii Newspaper, JDcuotcti to politics, iljomc Subustrji, Nctus, QVgricu tare ano (General 3ntc Ukjcittt. VOLUME XII. BKA TTIxEBORO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 37, 18 45. NUMBER 14. 1'CnUSUKD EVEttY THUttSDAY BY Witt. 13. ItVTIIEK. OFFICE -Xo. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BDILDINI2. clJOfcishlln Adfiacol 1.75 at the end of the unr. For C months 8! rents. In advance otherwise S 1 ,00. Village sub senbers 51,73 in Advance, or 520 at the cod of theear. o paper will be discontinued unless at the discretion of the pubhiLcr, until all arrearages are paid. Q77 Advertisements of any considerable length should be handed in as soon ai Tuesday morning. Small ones carl on Wednesday morning. from lb Y1 Literary Miratina. MODERN GREECE. Hark ' hark ! a sliouVo'er Hellas breaks, Along tbe sky the tidings (1 ; Old Pindus hears, Taygetus wakes, The island catch the sounds from far, Aud Argos pours, From all Iter1 shores, Her battling hosts to Freedom war. From Sparta's urns, with tongues of fla...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 November 1845

wif rP -altM ""TTSTTTTn- r I " lJtU.lli.lls " I'lllijif"1" "i fh'"i,k LAWS OF VERMONT, 1845. No. 14. An Act in aJJition lo Chapter 23 of llie'Reviscd Statutes, entitled "of process." It is hereby enacted, &c. Sc'o. I. Whenever an; writ shall issue as an at Uehraent against tho body as provided in section C3, ofaaid chapter 83, and tho act construing the term "writ," passed Not. lat, 1843, the debtor or defendant in said writ may, at tho lime of the ser vice thereof on his body, notify tho officer serving tho same, and causo notice immediately lo bo giv en lo the other parly that lie will forthwith, on such notice being given appear, and thereupon he may appear before tho authority signing such writ, and submit himself to examination on oath, and witness es and other proofs may be introduced by the par ties in said writ, on the question whether said debt or or defendant is about to abscond from the State and has secreted about his person or elsewhere money or other property ; and...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 November 1845

At Uie Stage House, In tfila tillage, on Hit 10ih Inst, by Kev. Addiaon Ilrown, Mr Dariua 11. Snii'h, of North Am herst, Mi"., In Ml.a Almira N. Hcntt, oTOill, Mm. At the Vermont House, In llil village , on UieUOlh Inst, by the same, Mr Gcorire lloulclte, of ritctiburg, Mau., to Miss Miry A. Wise, of Winchester, N. II. By tlie same, at the same place, on the ftame day, Mr Moses Iiartlelt, or Noilli Hrooklield, Maaa., In Mra Hally Hire, of Hncer, Mass. In Guilford, lUth In. I , by N. P. Crispin, Esq., Mr John Hale, of Ilernardaton, Mii , to Mix Ilhod Bwers, of Dill, Mass. lly tho aame, C2d insl MrCUarleaL. Bakeman, North ampton, to Miaa Luev (Jroiner, uf Ianeslxroiglit Maaa. In Hartford, Nov. .11, by Iter. O. A. Callioun or Coten try, Mc.N. II. Willialon of Bratltebora, to M Its Carolina Brenster of llartlord. In Warwick, Maaa., Mr Aaron Daaa, aged CI, to Miaa Dorothy Pislier, aged 33. In Bennington, on the 18th inat, Rcr. Samuel llurlbut, ofN. J , and Caroline 8. Iove, of B. AtClirt...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 November 1845

SVgricultttraL Transplanting. Fori Tiin Girls. My young friends must re member that October is tho last month for planting shubbcrv. seedlings, and such as have been grown from cuttings and layers : if put off much longer ihcy may loso their nets.though for large ihruus'ahtl hard; trees, any time will do whilo tlio earth is mellow enough to dig. Planting is a much mora delicate operation than people generally think. They thrust a treo into a hole with as littlo care lor Its lifo as if it were a post ram tlio earth about tlio roots, and wonder it docs not grow I Tim greater wonder if it did. In digging up a plant great caro should bo taken not to injure the tender fibres, nor the collar, as it is called that is, the point from whence spring the ascending stem and the descending roots. It easily distinguished, even by an unpracliccd eye. If any otitic roots arc torn by the spade, or menu tious moving, or are in an unhealthy state, cut them oil carefully with a sharp knife. Make i hole...

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 December 1845

I ') t. mont f) h or nix lit V mi VOLUME XII. PL ni.isiir.n eveiiy Thursday by Will. E. IVVTllXK. officeno. 2 wiieeieb's sto.e ddildim. BUSINESS CAEDS. ROBERT WESSELIIOEFT. M. D HomcoiatIiic & Hydropathic Physician Elliot Street, Erattlcboro, Vt. DICKINSON, DAY & CO DKALKKS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods; china, cnocituir and cjt.ass wahc) Jinvt e&iur, GJvocri-fr;, &c. (ll ALL TlltIR Vir.lE.VIES,) 4.QRANITE ROW, feirSi?'? BBATTLEBORO. E. W. PROXJTY, AGENT For Adams' Worcester Dye House. llratllcboro, April 16, 1845. 34 E. HART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, tnoo.MS over the i'ost ornci?, BRlTTLnORO, Vt. (13) THE SEASONS. Cheerte.a winter is closo upon us the Indian Summer, bright and beautiful aj it haa been, la departing, and dreary deaolation ia viaible around. There may be found some solitary autumn learea clinging to the bared branchee, but their very lonelineee auggetta melancholy rellectiona, which a child of aong baa lliua aung despondingly t Lone trembling one t L...

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 December 1845

1 'WIS PRESIDENT'S "mm: aoa es s ysu as- - 3V Small Mil itom itftttfrlllnlatitnqfUn VnlUi Matin It is to mo a source of unaffected satisfaction to meet the Representatives of the States and the peo ple in Congress assembled, as it will bo to recelvo the aid of their combined wisdom in the adminis tration of public affairs. In performing, for the first time, the duly imposed upon me by the Con stitution of giving to you information of the stato of the Union, recommending to your consideration such measures as in my judgment aro necessary and expedient, I am happy that I can congratulate you on the continued prosperity of our country. Under the blessings of Divine Providence and tho benign influence of our free institutions, it stands before tho world a spectacle of national happiness. With our unexampled advancement in all the elements of national greatness, tho affection of the people is confirmed far the union of tho Stales.and for the doctrines of popular liberty, which is at the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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