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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 February 1845

Tho object, wo repeal, is undisguised. The pur P030 iJ single. It is to control tlioir policy, to make tlio Interests or (Yen labor subservient to tho necessities of nn artificial, unthrifty, unnatural find unjust condition of society. It is to forco industry out of the paths which would lend to abundance mill prosperity, because mwu puma rue uim uiujr to the lect of freemen. During the whole existcnco of tlio General Gov ernment hitherto, Southern principles Imio hud nn almost unbroken sway. This has been felt in ru inous changes of public policy, seemingly capri cious, but really intended, through all ils changes, to discourage; tlio industry of the free States, de range their business, nnd depress thoni to Iho level of communities in wliich nil" labor is held to bo degrading, except that which is extorted from mi -u illin-T hand, bv the lash of usurped authority. It has been perceived that tho night uf this iron dominion was pnssing away. ( Tho amcrgies of freemen, put forth in s...

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. — 14 February 1845

ADDOCTION CLANDESTINE MAURt AGE. Wo find In tho Freitotiia N. V. Censor, tlio pro cccdiilM or n public meeting liclil at I otcatvillc, In UlnuUmiquo comity, on tlio 17tli ult. lor thp pur poio oF "iving an oxpros.-tiiin to public opinion in relation "o occurrences crowing out of the recent cktulostiiio imrriage of Jolin Stearns witli n tUitgli tor of I'M ward 15. Kingsley, Esq. of tltp town of Arkwriglit. Tlie Ilov. Jnnics Dennett presided st tho mooting, and n committco composed of same of tho most respectable citizens, reported a pre-im-; l-le nml resolutions, from which wo derive tho K1 lowing statement of facts: John Stearns had been rorsomo time previous to tho marriago referred o, in tho employment of Mr. Kinssluy ; dur'ng which tliw, by various iirlMccs, i. in win tlm confidence of his dnnjililcr, n L'irlof twelve year.-", and alsa tlio confidence of ncr pirenis so inr ua i.i ...w.. .......... to accompany him on n visit to his brother (u brie county, under tho false pretence...

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. — 14 February 1845

, Tor'tlio Watchman and Journal. Tlio' ntitlrcsg ol the Rev. Mr. Foster, Pimcc" Agent, u foV overlings since, nt the Brick Church, renewed, in my mind, some very interesting reflections. The imiacti cahility "of the suppression of war, was clearly set forth. And if it is practioa iilk to suppress so great, so tremendous nn evil, by the treaties ol Christian nations stipulating for a Congress of nations, by which to settle all national differences, without an appeal to the sword, with What " amazing force should motives ot mimani ty and religion impel us to the appropriate efforts in this matter? Congress and State Legislatures should be petitioned without delay and by innumerable suppliants, im ploring governmental nction against the scouted. What n melancholy considera tion it is, that the Christian portion of our country is yearly paying 6,000,000 to support the claims ofJwar, even in a lime of pcicc ? Who can compute the expen ses to the world of this mighty dcath ngent, war! Tak...

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. — 21 February 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 15.--WHOLE NO. 2001. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TnRMS-$l,.in cash In mlvanea I 83 M If payment li i not mad" In rulvanco j Interest nlways clmrjeufrom ifioi-mloftrie var. POETRY. FOOTSTEPS Of ANGELS, nr LonarrLLow. When tho hours of ilsy lire numbered, And tha voices of the night Wake, the better toul that .lumbered To a holy, calm delight j Ere th pvenintr lamps ara lighted, And, liko phantoms eilm and tall, Shadow from tho fitful tiro-Unlit Dance upon llio potior v.all Then tho forma of tho departed Enter at tho open door i Tho beloicd, tho true h-arted, Come to visit mo once moro lle.thoyonnc nnd strong, who chetlihed Noble loniTn-s for Hip ttilfo. Dy Ihl road sido fell nnd perished, Weary with the march ol lira I Thes, tho holy one f nnd weakly, Who the cross of Buffering bore, Tolded their pule band. so meekly, Bpeek with lit on earth no more! And with lie m ll...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 21 February 1845

ttntilwy llicm'Jtgiiityfylicn. we .want llicinj yds) Aog 1:1 u.ni). 111 liiu iirnrrrraa 01 1111s uu"-v, ....... havo'bccn Informed by a gentleman from the South. If.Mr. Vini.uv. ilmt 1)10 ncoi)lo nortli of-Mason and Dixon's lino wcro distinguished only for tlio love of luerr. nml.llin tnlnnt of money cottinfT, nml.lio tiro nouncoil a high 'panegyric onSriuthetil character, winch sppmed to gratify Southern gentlemen. I shall make, in'replypio if vidioiis"comparhson j-nor shall I speak cither with sneer or contempt of poo plo south of that lino. I do not think meanly of llioin. NiMthor do I consider it would bo good taste in a Northern man to express high admira tion and praiso of Northern character. I will say of northern talent, virtuo and patriotism, as tho man said of his religion, tee have nono to brag of. I think wo woio not Imitod Into thia debato solely for tho purposo of interchanging viows. I am led to that conclusion from tho uses which ap pear to bo making of in. It was hu...

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. — 21 February 1845

ORLEANS COUNTY YOUNG MEN'S TEM PERANCE SOCIETY. Tho Annual Convention of tlio Orleans County Young Men's Temperance Society, was lioldcn at Marlon, on Tuesday tlio 11th day ol'Fcbuary 1845, at 10 o'clock A. M., nijrcoablo to a voto of tlio So ciety nt its last annual meeting, ami was called to order by S. I). Kimball of Glover, and organized by electing E. 11. Simontls, Esq. of Glover Presi dent pro teni. and S. D. Kimball Secretary pro Alter a very appropriate prayer bv ihtillov. Om Pearson, on motion of Jcsso Cooper. Esq. voted that tlio President appoint the following Commit tc.'S winch wero announced as follows: Committee to locato tlio next Semi-annual and Annual Meetings and nominate tho Committee of Arrangements tor said meetings Edward Barnard of llarton, Mr. lloynton of Coventry, and E. D. Co nant of Glover. rvimmittuo to nominate Oflicers for tho year en suing Samuoi Jowctt of Barton, J. A. Fletcher of Glover, and J. II. Kimball of Barton. Committee on Resolutions Rev. Mr....

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. — 21 February 1845

EXTRACTS FROM AN ADDRESS OF CASSIUS M. CLAY, TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY, llrotl among slaves, I regarded them with indifference, seeing no departure from mor als or economical progress in the tenure The emancipation movement about 1830 affected mo as it did most persons at the time ; and I felt some new and pleasing emotions springing up in my bosom when I hud resolved, in common with my la mented brother, to liborato my slaves. I authorized him to put my name to the E mancipalion Society formed about that time in Mercer County. In the same year I went to Yale Collcgo, in a Free State. I was not blind, and thercforo saw a peo ple living there luxuriously, on a soil which hero would have been deemed the high road to famine and tho alms-house. A city of ten or fifteen thousand inhabitants rose up in the morning, passed through all the busy strife of the day, and lay down again at night in quiet and security, and not a single police officer was any where to bo seen. There wcro more than...

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. — 28 February 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN- & STATE JOURN 13 Y E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, FRIDAY, tfJBJBRUARY 28, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 16.--WHOLE NO. 2002. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL, TERMS 91.30 ensli In ndvtinco 82 M If r'"m!"f ma'10 In ndvam o interest ntwnys clwrjcJ from tlioi-ndol tho onr. POETRY. Por tho Wntclitnan nml Journal. IIE.MtV CI.A.Y IlKOr.IVINO TIIK KEWS OP HIM lUCI.'liAT. ltr Mm ruzA n. pAitionit " A nuinbr-r of friends wlict united on Mr. Cliy a few days since, tci make known In him tho result of tho election, w ere as tonished Hint ho received tho result wilha dejree ef elitfifUl ncss almost nmnuntiiig In nlon.ure. Why, friends,' smd Mr. Ohy, 'It would ho ridiculous lous for in" tn say I do not feci disappointed i hot 1 lol so chiefly for you und for my country j ns regards myself, I inn re lieved Trom a load of inula)-. I liolo hei n wlllinj In servo my country men Willi my life. I nlloivnl my name to ho li.ed In tho lato rontf.t Ini'au-o It was liniinimonsljr called for, for t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 28 February 1845

htafin It was an uiinitomionnl and nccldental result. There were presented various plans, by different gentlemen, each covering most of tho great leading features of 11 general plan of government, nnd most Containing a proposition ai to How State?. Amongst them wore tlioso of Mr. Randolph, Mr. Patterson, mid others. Alter discussion, and In tint discus sion not a word was said on tho extent of Mi's pow er, all woro committed to tho Committee of Detail, and that co.nmittoo reduced them to form, mid re ported an entire constitution, which tho convention proceoded to discuis and ninond. Wlioncver any alteration or amendment was proposed, tho purposo and ohject 10 bo cflbctcil was fully stated and dis cussed. If any chango of p!irasodogy was pro posed, it is now entirely Unfair and inadmissible to hold that any covert and sinister object was inten ded, or more or different object was designed than tho one then nvowed and discussed, and to effect and produce whic.h tho chango was profess...

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. — 28 February 1845

Tlio yeas anil nays wore then ordorud on Mr. Jones' motion, nnd the bill was not laid on tho ta ble. YcasSU NnysSl. Tho final voto was then taken on tho bill, nnd it was rtjicltd. 'J lio voto was taken by yeas und nays, und stood, Yeas 02 Nays 70. Wednesday, Fob. 19. Senate Tho resolution for meeting, liercalior, at 1 1 o'clock, caino tip for cotHiiicrnlioii. Air. Allen moved to amend tho icsolulion by naming 10 o'clock, and urged tlm many and im portant subjects to be acted upon ; adopted. The resolution, as amended, as passed 2(i to 20. Mr. Henderson then addressed the Senato nt length, in favor of tho joint resolution passed by the Ilouso fur annexing Texas to tho United States. Mr. Harrow followed, on the other side. Votwe A motion was inndo to go into 'Com mitlec of tho Whole, which was afterwards with drawn, nt the request of Mr. Slidoll, who moved n reconsideration of the voto by which the House, yesterday, lcjccted the bill, appropriating $20,100 for furnishing the President...

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. — 28 February 1845

ttoni ltiorttlol. To the citizens of Washington County : Yotlr attention is respectfully solicited to tho present condition of llio various branches and interests of Agriculture, within the county, mid tho adoption of enmn measures for the imnrovement of tliis condition. As n most imporlnnt mensuro for the above named purpose, vour attention is solicited to a county as- Rnp.intinn. ns the most efficient mode of making theso improvements, by awaken ing and fostering a spirit emulous to ex cel amongst the farming population of tho county. Will any ono doubt (upon mature re flection,) the expediency, utility nnd pub lic benefit lo be derived from a cocicty for the above purpose, if conducted with proper discretion ? A society, the princi pal measures of which might bo, annual meetings, for the choice of officers and vaiious committees an annual address to tho members of the society annual re ports (made by previously appointed com mittees) on the different brandies of funn ing these re...

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 March 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ' " 2---- mtmm IHI-UI OWJMWMIUI II 111 .lfl I3Y E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS $l,5flcfnli In advnncoi $3 00 If pnymcnt Is not made In nJvanco Intaroit ahvayf charged from tlio ond of the vcnr POETRY. Trom tlio I'orelgn Quarterly. P11EED0M AND RIGHT. (Ihtnttaled torn the German tf rrttigralh ) Oh my not, bclieio not, Urn cloom of iho pravo Forvt Imi clorri upon 1 VonlomN Bind Iljilit, For tli it fen let) ure the llpi of llm honrst nmt lirnve And tlir corners of linnrnedd nm rolihrd of their rlfiht I TlmUgh true tn thrlr ootM Into rxilo nro tlrltrn, Or, weary of wrulnit, with their i.wn linml hate given Thrlr lilood to their Jillcti, their -ipirlta in llrnvcn, Yet Immortal I Frct'dom, mmnrhil U nifihl Freedom end Hlght ! Lrf u not he lir pnrtlnl tlVfcnt dlconeerlrd j They v III linhn the jrrnnd triumph inuffl 'ignit And bright j Thui whMtod, xenl will h dotiMy rxr-ried, And the ery ho rnNrd lomlcr of rVcrtom nml RlgMI For thcao tn nro nn...

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 March 1845

wdnoss-'l.orhupsl ought rather oU30 ido security ur llio Soutii, or tho privileges intend- aso-aayf of InUinctlvc sagacity, in cd to l.o permanently secured to It by the Constat. liing of shro n humbler nli thn linsn mecliartieal rrnin. nml wn are somehow or other pOS3CS30d a notion that our manufacturing intercuts will not bu much strengthened by Texan patronago, wheth or in tho way of legislation or purchase. Wo nro not well advised what their Viows may bo on tho Rroat question of legislative protection to domestic industry, and in spite of tho encouraging declara tion, that tho Anglo-Saxon raco which ha3 overrun Texas, "is essentially a debt-paying, ai well as a laiuLtpaling people," wo are haunted by reminis cences of outstanding accounts for goods soli and delivered, against persons residing, not oxactly in Texas, but thereabouts; and wc are postered with doubts in regard to the punctuality of that inter esting community in tho matter of payment. Bauo Is tho slavo that pays" wa...

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 March 1845

t Mr. Crittenden said tlmt if Texas was annexed ho believed wo must pay lior debts. Mr. Foster's amendment was put in two sections. Tlio first, relative to tho lino of 30 0 N. L. was rejected Yeas 18, Nnys 3& Tlio second, tcfus iriff to bo ntiswcralilo for tho Texas debt, was neg atived Yens SO, Nays i)t. Mr. Archer tnovoJ an ainendmont, providing that negotiations bo opened with Texas, mid tliat then n proposition bo submitted by Treaty for Annexa tion. , This was lost by a tio vote Yeas 2fi, Nays 2l Johnson voting in the affirmative. Mr. Horrion wan unwilling that tho measure should paS3 without n vote on tho question wheth er it belonged to tlio treaty-making power to ac quire foreign territory. He moved to amend Mr. Wnlkcr's amendment, by cutting off tho latter part of tho ainendmont. It would then authorize the Prnonl.Mit in nnnoint commissioners, and then ne gotiate by treaty. It might bo tho last public act of his life, but lie wished to record h'.a vole lor tho rnnstimti...

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 March 1845

The author of LotterS from a. Lnndscnpo Painter," in a notice of Burlington, Vt., says : "I would mention, in this connection, Jiulgo Meed), the former, who resides just w'lilmnt tlio town : and I would rcmurk, ilmt 1ms mortnl unit is six feet rind n hnlf iiigh, nnd weight nearly four hundred pounds, rind a perfect counterpart in body to say the least, of the immortal Jack Pul sion. Ho is the proprietor of tlio largest grazing farm in New England, whkli con tains three thousand acres, and at tlio pres ent moment gives food to nearly four thousand sheep. Tlio Judgo is one of the most hospitable of men, nnd having spent a portion of his life as a trapper in the wilderness, nnd another ns a member of Congress, tliero is no end to his fund of stories, which ho tells with an admirable grace. One concerning himself, is to the following effect. Once on a time, when young, poor, and somewhat idle in his lmbits, lie chanced to stop nt a country store where he was known, for the pur pose of p...

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 March 1845

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL 13Y-E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, FRIDAY, MARCH H, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 18.--WIIOLE NO. 2004. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TF.r.MS -91.50 r,h In ndvnnro i 9 00 If rjmcnt l not mailo , In nilvoncs ) Inlercil alwajn chrje,l from llio vnA of Iho car. fVr the Wnlcliman nml Journal. THOUGHTS ON SLAVERY. ttr n. DiMMont. No. i.-niaiiT or discussion. Thn sub'ject of Slavery in tlio United States lias, for a long time, excited li most lively interest among the philanthropists and Christians of Now England. Nor is this fact at all surprising. Tho only won der is, that a people so ardently devoted to thonrin . ciDles of ropnhtienn liberty as arc tho descendants of tho pilgrims, should havo slumbered over tho subject so long. Thoy have been taught to bclievo that "life, liberty, and tho pursuit of happiness," nro tho inalienablo and natural rights of man ; thoy liovo always regarded Slavery as a reproach to tlio Government under which wo live, mid when...

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. — 14 March 1845

side. Its members havo quilo lost sight of their original motives, anil it exists but ns mcuoub hi Irlmln. Bv nil theso causes, a stato of tilings lias boon produced, upon which the coolest patriot cannot tnnlc without nlnrm! nnd the onnexation of Texas, if consummatod, will add tenfold to tlio nndnoss of the passions, which tlio aruuecs 01 uau men navo excited to almost ungovernablo fury. Somo gen tlemen find a ready panacea for tlio impending evils, which seem inseparable from this subject, ( in tho dissolution of the Union. They would divide this goodly confederacy, and carve out ot it two, three, or four independent republic, or, it may be, empires, as if o body politic were liko tho poljpus, which multiplies by division. Hut havo gentlemen weighed tho practical difficulties which attend tins measure-? liavo they definitively settled whore tho lines shall be drawn? Are they qulto suro that tho northernmost slavcholding Stntes nro prepared, in enso of division, to make common cau...

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. — 14 March 1845

world has nothing to fear from military ambition in our government. VVfillo tlio Chiof SIngiatrato and tho popular branch of Congress nro elected for Bhort terms by the suffrages of those millions who must, in their own persons, bcarnll tho burdensnnd miseries of war, our government cannot bo other wise than pacific. Foreign powers should, there fore, look on tho annexation of Texas to tho Uni ted States, not as tho conquest of a nation seeking to extend her dominions by arms and violence, but as tho peaceful acquisition of a territory onco her own, by adding another member to our confedera tion, with tho consent of that member thereby di minishing tho chances of war, and opening to them new and ever increasing markets for their products. To Texas tlio reunion i important! because tho strong protecting arm of our government would bo extended over her, and tho vast resources ot her fertile soil rfml ironial cliinato would bo spcodilv de veloped : while the safety of Now Orleans, and ...

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. — 14 March 1845

Not Rich, but Genmious. A corrcs poiulcpt of tho Philadelphia Native Amer ican writes as follows : " Tho last time I was in Boston, in pass ing down Hnnovcr strcot, below Fleet, I saw n hearty son of Africa sitting on n pilo of wood just sawed, nnd eating, ap parently with a keen relish, somo frag ments of bread and meat, which had just been given him for his work. I should probably havo passed him without further notice, had I not been struck with tho ap pearance of a woman who wns standing u little distance Irom him, and watching his operations with eager interest. Sho was a white woman, dressed in tho thin garb of poverty, who, in spite of her emaciated nnd care-worn countenance, looked like one who had seen belter days. Curious to know what interest she could take in his movements, I stopped a moment to watch them. The wood-sawyer, noticing her fixed look, asked her what she wanted. Pointing to his meal, spread upon the log. sho replied, ' I have not eaten so much as that in two...

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. — 21 March 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. ... '2 ' BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. IMONTPELIER, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 19.--WIIOLE NO. 2005. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. THUMB $1,50 cmh In advnnco $3 00 if pnymcnt I not mado In ndvancoj Intercit til way charged from tho vndof the vcar. POETRY. Cr Mr. Dillinsliam lias cheated Vermont out bf the diilin gulilied lion or accorded to her In tho annexod t Trom the Lowell Coutler. IIOXOH TO T.UMONT. Tlicro nppcarcd, not lonj ngo, In ono of tho paper piddlilicd ut Wmhlngton, tho following pnt&gtapht ' The Proihknl elect wai received nt WntMitElon hy fl Com mittee nf Keceptioii coimiitli- ef ono from each State, iill or whom wpm In tutor of the annexation of rcxu. lively Ptiitrt vbb rfpren-ntsd except Verniotit, mid n it one could bo found from Hint tftale uhoiatori'd Aiiiicxnllun." Wherrtipon, a l1y of Loucll,thiewofTllnj following spirited line t (Jlohv to old ViCMoxr t Hlio Mftd Whom freedom itur hntli never rt j Thuttfih dim U l...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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