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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 July 1842

NOT THE GLOnY OF CJSSAH BUT T IX C WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1842. No. 4. EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, at the head if the Steamboat Wharf lltii llngloo, Vermont. BY MOSES L. II ART. THIS c-ta' li-limcill, -o tavoral ly localcd fur the ari-ointnodalion of tho hu-ne.s and tr.i vellttiir community, i now o en in the put lie. Po-l Coat-he upon the varioi- rou'e- rail ai Ihu I xchnngi' lime for pa-senger, aii't ihose arnvimr or tit-parting I y Steam Boat, in which ea-c-1 lieir bigg.nrei- iciuovi-' without charge, will ti ml thi- hi ue peculiarly to their 'convenience. The keeper lender- hi- 'emeu , wiih the a tirancr, Wat in all re-pcrl-, the hou. hall de me the favor-'-.ble eon-nlcrs'ion of all u tio may patron! e it. Burlinlfn, April I, 1812. .13 f. AMERICAN HOTEL AXI) GHNHK Mi STACK IH)USH, BURLINGTON, VT. """piIF. siilcitlier Into lens'id for n term of year- this well known splendid establishment, which is very pleas ndly located in one of the n...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 July 1842

LOCOFOCO POMCY-RESOLUTIONS OK THIS LOCOKOCO STATE CONVENTION. Concluded. j itoofrtrf, That Ilia historv of the self-styled Whig' pnrty, during tho brief linic it lias been in power, ( presents, for the most part, naught but a series of bro-, ken promises and unredeemed pledges, but that tho late popular demonstrations throughout the country in Tavur of Democracy, give hopeful sssurnnces tint the day is not far distant when tho administration of tho General Government will bo confided tothoie who flare nerer tiolaled their promises to Ihepeople. That tho Whigs have? not yet redeemed all their pledges is true ; that thoy may not do it, is also true hut it will only bo because it ia put out of their power. We now holJ, and shall hold, tho Whigs to the faithful redemption of all their pledges. Those pledges were honest ly made ho principle! which tho Whigs pro fessed were true ones and the honor of tho party, as well as the prosperity of tho country, rcquiro that thoy should all he fait...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 July 1842

RHODE ISLAND. We regret to perceive that tlio restless spirit of rebellion appear m "gain m m0uon in Rhode Island. Tho Providonco Journal givod thofollouiiijiru'ormatioti: ii our paper of to-rlay contains abundant evi. dence t Ij.i t another attempt is conleniplated against llw iegal governmciit of the State. No one will question the duty of tho government to take instant and strong measures for tho sup. prossion of this wicked plot against the peace and liberty of tho State; and whatever means may bo deemed necessary, tho citizens will bo found prompt and determined to assist in exe cuting thcin. At the same time, wo trust tho General Assembly will not allow these proceed, ings to have any influence in preventing that body from taking such measures in regard to a constitution, as in its wisdom shall seem best. Attempt ti rescue, Wetherby, arrested on charge of being concerned in the expedition to Warren, was carried to thai town yesterday, in custody of Sheriff Johnson, of Hnstol c...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 July 1842

"Ha touched his harp.and nations heard, entranced.' UE-UN10N IN IIEAVKN. ' SV T1IC LATE VV1UIAM LEGOETT. If yon brbht stirs which icm the night, III- each a blissful duelling sphere, Where kindred spit its reunite. Whom dtalh has tarn asunder herci How w el it w ere at once to die, And leave this lilichiul orb alar, Mixed soul and soul to cleave the sky, And soar away Irom star to star. But CM how dark, how drear and lone, Would seem the brielitt-st world of bliss, If, wandering through each railicnt one, Wu failed to lind the loved of this. If llioro no more tho ties sh.ill twine. That death's cold hand alone could sever, Ah ! then these stars in mockery shine, SIoio hateful nj they shine forever. It cannot bo each hope, each ftnr, That lights the eye, or clouds the hrow, Proclaims that there is n happier sphero, Than this hlealt world that holds II- now. There is a voice which soirow heais. When heaviest ivcieln life's e.dlinp: chain, 'Tis heaven that Mluspns Dry thy tears, Tlie p...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 July 1842

V NOT THE GLORY OF C J3 S A R BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1842. No. 5. EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, at the head of the Steamboat Wharf Burlington, Vermoiil. BY MOSES L. IIAItT. F11HIS c-labll-hmcnt, so favorably located fur tliu JL accommodation of tlm bn-nc-. nml travelling community, l now open to tho public. Po-t Coaehu upon the various route- call at ilio Lxchaitgn Hotel for pa-suger-, ami those arriving or etciarling by Gti'jin lloat, In which ca-e their baggage i removed Nvilhoeil charge, will lind Ihis liuu-e pcctiluily to ihuir convenience. The keeper tender. In-service-, wnli the a-surancr, i iiat ill all re-pect-, the liuu .-hall de-one the favor able consideration of all who may patronise it. Uurlinlon, April 1, IS 12. -13lf. AMERICAN HOTEL and csn.vniiAi, STACK IIOUSH, BURLINGTON,. VT. Till subscribers have Ic-asul for a term of yent tliH Well known splendid establishment, winch is very pleasantly located in one of the must de...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 July 1842

it- ipmi IPIBIBSl TwTO OF THK PK USIDKNT. 7"o the House nf Wciirfsrntntires i I return tho bill which originated in the House of ftpnresentalivns. entitled "in net to extend, foro hill' ted period, tho present laws for laying and collecting duties on imports," with tlio following objections t It susponds in other wouls. abrogates for thetitnc tlio proviso of the actoriSM, commonly calico the "comnromiseaei." Theonlv ground on which thisdepaittiro Irom the solemn adjustment of a great tnu agitalingqiicstinn seems to nave uccn rcgarneti s exnedient. islhe alleged nceessitv of eslabhshing, by legislative cnictiuetits, rules and regulations for assessing the duties tn bo levied on imports, after tho 30lh June, accoidinir to the home valuation t mid vet the bill expressly provider that "if,, before tho 1st of August, lucre uo no limner legisianun upon .no suu iocl, the) laws for laying and collecting duties shall Lot he samu as though this act had not been nasscd." In other words, that t...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 July 1842

On its being announced that Dr. Marsh was doad, tlio citizens of Burlington en mo together and tlio following is tlio account of their doings. At a meeting of a respectable number of tlio citizens of Burlington, Convened nt How ard's Hotel on the evening of the 4lh July, for tlio purpose of testifying their respect for the mcmorv of their friend and fellow citif.cn, the lato PROFESSOR MARSH, and to take such measures as may bo proper ifi the funeral of tho deceased, Timothy Follett was appointed Chairman, and J. N. 1'o.mc- nor Secretary. N. B. Haswcll presented tho following preamble and resolutions which were adopt ed: Tlio death of PRorr.ssOH James Marsh, of the Unr vcrsitv of Vermont, has enst a eloom over our town, and iho departure to the world of spirits of bo uisungiusucu a sciiuiapniianiuropisinuucuris tian, may justly bo deemed a loss to the world. As cmicns wo would express our regtet, nnil sym patic withlhoseVho nroinoro immediately called iu inuuiii on nils occasion : fl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 July 1842

"Ho touched lils harp, and nations heard, entranced." THE FOREST TREKS. They're beautiful! they're beautiful! Tho spreading forest trees, By morning's gentle zephyrs fanned, Or by the noontide breeze. And when o'er tlicm the setting sun Casts his last lingering ray Oh then they seem loo beautiful, Too lovely for decay 1 We love them in the spring time, when The cold winds from the north vue hushed, and warmer breezes conic To call tho preen leaves forth c then in every opening bud Our father's love may see. Who in a robo of beauty decks Each woodland forest tree. When brightly beams the rummer sun, And sultry is the air. Oh, it is then we joyfully To their cool sliado npnir i Where we may see the wood biids come, Melodious in their lays, Anil perch upon ihc boughs, to hymn Their varied songs of praise. And in the early autumn, when Tho summer days have flown, They're lovely in the gorgeous robe Which over them is thrown. Hut soon is heard in forest dell Tim wild wind's moaning sound...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 July 1842

NOT THE GLORY OF CA2SAR BUT THE WELFARE OF SOME. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 15,1842. No. C. EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, at the head of the Steamboat Wharf Iturllugton, Vermont. BY MOSES L. HAKT. TI1IIIS establishment, so favorably located for the JL accommcidation of t lie buness ntul travelling community, is now oj Vrn to the public. Po-i Coache upon the various route i-all at the Kxchance Ilutel (or passenger.-, anil those arriving or departing by Steam Boat, in which ea-e. their baggage i re veil Vvilhout charge, will find this hou-e peculiarly to their .-.onvciiieiice. The keeper tender.. hi service, with I lie anr?ncr, Vrltat in all tespeel-, thelitm- -hall do-erve the favor 'fcblc consideration of all who may iaironi.-e it. fiurlinlon, April 1, 1812. .3tf. GEORGE II. L'ECK, Attorney and Coiinsellorat Law; YwO DOORS EAST OF THE WST Orricr., VP STAIRS. Refer lo Messrs. J. & J. II.l'KCK & Co. Nov. 19. A. ROBERTSON, llarrlstcr anil Attorney at Law, (talc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 July 1842

tVHIO STATU T1CICUT. tor flfiviiR.von, 3T r,-o PAINE. , tor i.ir.VT. novniiNon, VAITSTILLK. RANXEY. FOR TRF.ASURtlt, JOHN SPAULDINO. TOR nCNATOHr) ciiiTrcsonN COUNTY. nWII) FRENCH. TRUMAN GALUSHA. WHIG STATE CONVENTION. Proceedings of (lie Whig Stale Cotivon tion of Vermont, convened agreeable to llie notice or the Mate Centra! Committee, nt Middlehury, on the Gib Hay of July, 1842, lortlio purpose ot nominating State officers. The Convention was organized ly the ap pointment of tlio following oflieeis, viz: President, HON. HORATIO SEYMOUR. Vice Presidents, Mr Southwell, Bennington county, Zcn is F. Hyde, Windham " O. P. Chandler, Windsor i:. Hall, Rutland Setli Austin, Orange " Gen. Wm. Nash, Addison " Joseph .Marsh, ChittPiideii " A. Ctishnmn, Washington " Tho. H. Hauloy, Lanioillu " Joseph Curtis, Franklin " Alpht-us Warner, Caledonia " Secretaries, J Collins Wicker, Add-on county, F. V. Hopkins, Rutland " On motion of Mr Chuk of Rutland, a rmnuiiitoo of seven was unpointed by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 July 1842

Tim TARIFF HOME VALUATION. Awrilcr in tho N. V. American contends that the July of 20 per cent, under "tlio com promise nctf" would yioid a revenue sufficient for all tho wants of the Government, and would, moreover, furnish Abundant protection to nil our homo interest, prowled tho foreign articles on which the duty is levied, wero honestly ami fairly appraised. The great diiliculty has been to obtain true and iust valuation, on which to calculate and collect the duty. So great a pro portion of tho import trade of this country is in British hands, or on llritish account, and the prices at which their goods are entered, arc so fraudulently low, that an honest importer ban- not live and pay duty on the real cost, or just price, of his merchandize- Hut, if there were suitable regulations for a lalualinit, on this side vf the u-alcr, at tho port of entry, it is the opinion of the writer in the American, that tho duty of 20 per cent, down to which the compromise act has brought it, would...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 July 1842

He tonelicd liU harp, nnd nations heard, entrnnccd." Tho following plaintive lines wore written and sung by nn Indian Cliiuf, now in Wash- b ington. Wo have altered his motro in a few instances, but in spirit and truth they are tho same. Alexandria Index. T II 13 INDIAN'S PR AY BR. I.ct mo po to my home in the far distant west, Tn the crone of my chililliooi! in innocence blest i Where tho tall cedars wac, and the bright waters now Wide myfathcrs repose. I.ct me no, let mego. I. ft mego to the spot where thecntnrnct plays, d's bright' days, I vwieie on i nave sported m uoynoou o And greet my poor mother, whoso heart ypoor mother, whoso heart win o crtiow, rfee euc Mlie III llvl llllu. i.ui mu IL'l liiu (ju. . . .1.. li1 1 -I.M.I T ... i I Let me go to my sire, hy whose bnlllc-scarrcd side I have sported so oft in tlio morn of my pride, And exulted to conquer the insolent foe To my father, the chief. Let incgo, let mego. And. oh. let mo sro to mv flnshinir-eved maid. Who taught me to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 July 1842

tn frtt fta NOT THE GLORY O F C S A R DOT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XVI. JJUR LING TON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1842. No. 7. EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, at the head of the Steamluat Wharf lliirllngtoii, Vermont. DY MOSES L. HART. tTWHS establishment, o favorably locatol for the JL accommodation of thn Iii-nt'- and travelling community, i now open In the public. Pint Coaches upon the various routes call at the Kxelinneii Hold lor pascngcr, ami those arriving or departing by ,ite.tni float, in which rave their baggage t removed Nrilliout charge, will find lhi houe peculiaily It) Iheir convenience. The keeper tender" hi service, wuh tlic assurance, that in all respect-., the hou -hall do-ervc tho lavor tihle consideration of all who may patronise 11. Uurlmton, April 1, 1S42. -I3tf. GEORGE II. I'ECK, Attorney and Coiinscllnrat Law, vwo nooss east orxiic rosTcrricc.rr ftaihs. rtefcrlo Messrs. J. A: J. II.PKC'K & Co. Nov. 10. A. ROBERTSON, llarrlsler nml Attorney nt Law, lAite in ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 July 1842

If SMS witui statu tickkt. rou oovnnxoit, CHARLES PAINE. ron mi:ut. aovnnvon, WAITSTiLLJt. I? ANN 13 Y. ron ntK.tsrnxn, JOHN S l A U L n I N G . rori tEXAToRd ntiTTrxnn.v couxtv. DWID FKE.NCII, TKUAIAN GALUSIIA. CJ" vVo em ndd nothing to the exquisite r -inii'ss of tlin following dish, so wo liaml w over to our readers with tho common! of i.i.H talented, humorous, ncroivplished and n'.e follow, Chandler of tin- United States G :vtip, nt Philadelphia. Let him road who likes fun, but lei him weep who chcr i 'irs the honor of his conntrv. Hero it is lU'AWFUL " PLAT" ! I ! I TiiC CONSPIRACY 1 1 ! Wo admonished otir readers on Saturday rn irning, that something tiwfid was coming t!i'ou'.!i tho M i.lisoniun. Plot', tie.nnns, r 1 'I'.ionsi, fyc, were to hp exposed. Well, in the latest number of the Madtsoniati, the promise is kept. Cotitpiincy, treason, and re' cllii-ii, are all out nearly all exposed. i i o do our re.i.lci.s think are to be drawn, hai.ged, ind quaitered, for this attempt ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 July 1842

LOUISIANA ELECTION. The New Oilcans Ucc oTihc Glh Inst, gives tho fol lowing account of tho election In that city. GLORIOUS VICTORY. Nsvcr It jvc we taken up our pen wi th Mich emotions of th.inksgivinj and joy ns wo now do to, recotd the complete, ihorouglt, and ovotwhclming victory of the Wliig n.irly upon iho oLomous ANNivtnsAiiv i" oun Natioval iNncrsNDENcu. Under circumstances the 11109I discourngcing, we have elected our cnliro Leg islttive ticket onk Senator and ten lUraEsnNTA Tivsslll The Whigs of Now Orleans havo Mopped the ball of revolution that has overwhelmed other cit ioa and states. "We havo met the enemy and thoy are ours." Onl nrcmlnta ftism ihn interior fltn most tnCOlirng- ing. Wh hope in a few days to givo tho returns of as great a triumpli in ino rnrisnes as wo nave acmcr cd tn tho city. , , Now Orleans yet holds her position as the Whig City, and Louisiana, friorioiit Louisiana, will hold out tho banner with 1 strong hand, though older states may clutch it with...

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

"He tniiclinl his hnrp,and nations heard, entranced." 1'roin t lie Christian World. Til K SUM M Kit tilltDS. ny rir.e. amt.ua n. wnLny. Sweet warblers of llio sunny hours, Pnr ever on llio win ' I love ilicm ns 1 love ihe flowers, Thu punliirhl nml t lie .- inir. Tlicy nunc like pleasant memories, In Summer's joyous time, Anil aiim lheiri:us'him:inolodica As would sing a rhyme. .In the green anrl o,uiet places Whciothciroldcn sunliqlil full, Wo Fit Willi miiilin fair", Tu INl lluir silver calls i Ami when their lioly anthems Come pcnlinp lliroujli the nir, Our hrnilH leap forth to inrcl them. With n blessing and a prayer. Amid the tnorninii's fragrant (low Amid the mists of evi n They warble on as if lliey drew Their music down from Ilcairn, How iwfetly sounds each mellow note, licnciith the luu.tn'- pale rnv, When djiiijj zephyrs ri-e and lloatf Like lulls' sighs, away 1 I. ike shadowy spirits seen al eve, Amona the lorn1 s they elide s Whi le sweit palu forms, lor which wcgriovp, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 July 1842

i ! i -" r .wihiii. nn l'1rwn.iTiiimTn-T"fTi-w-T . j. ljt aM.ntnOT.titJwmifitiLywrwMrti i. iiwwrwtvwwi'!'" iMiiiMiniiiiMiaMM i i 11 w mirna. w i - - - "7 4 fel J M m M A ifriiVrA- dywc af rv$ 4 w I . I I V FJ I i YA M I M 1,1 VI II H 111 1 M El L'l I Fel VOL. XVI. KSUUmS9E3ZCB3D BXOIIANliB HOTEL, IVeiicrs.iW, nlthe hettilufthc Slrambvut Wharf llui Illusion, Vcriiioiil. 1)Y MO.SKS L. IIAKT. riHIS e-tabli-linicnt, -o favorably located fur the JL accommodation of iho hu-no and mvclhu:; conimiiintv, it now P cn I I lit- nll n'. Pn-I Con-In upon (lie various route- rail at ilii' Kxchanve lintel lor pan'mrer-, mid 'hose nrnvinsr or itoj m n i (i ir I y S'lMin Una', in vvlti 'h oa-e their b.iirsr.itie t icmovod without ,'hu,'c, will iiml llu- liuu-epeiuli-til lu their L'llllVLMlU'lliC The, tv nr 'cudcr hi- -ervice , wch 'In' a urnnce, that in all rc-'.e 't , 'lie hint, hall de crvo 'lie l.uor able ciu-ider.i ion nf all who may pilroui c il. Uurlinlon, April I, ISI2. d3 f. cJKouoK ii. im:ck...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 July 1842

.WHIG STATU TICKUT. rou covuiixoit, CHARLES PAINE. POI! MKUT. OOVERN'OII, WA1TSTJLLJI. HANXHY. port Tnr.Asimr.it, J 0 II N S 1 A U L f) I N Q . Port srcxATons ciiiTTnNDr.N cuu.n rr. DAVID FRLNCII, Tit U.MAN G A LUSH A. F O II K I G X . The Acadia nrri oil at Huston nti Friday morning, luring left Liverpool on the ins't. I lie news is qf liltlc consequence. 'I'lioro Iia.H been mother fright to the Queen-it scarcely deserves the name of an attempt upon licrhfo. 'J'ho liritish have liad some mull advantages in India. During the whole of ycslerd.v and today, London Ins been mi tin utmost exvited slain, in consequence of the apprehension of another individual, who is believed to have intended an attempt on the Queen's life, ami. this within but a low hours of li-r .Majesty V royal demon ry having been extended toward the in in Fiancis, whom flic hail but just saved Irotn the scveicst penalty of the aV. The ninn-tor i.iiniHtii nun huh until attemp', seems to be ' iue room 1121110U tip nil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 July 1842

long trK-.l my6l energy lo ue ornunnl.on, or a suisu of sulYcnnS, unworthily inflicted, ' rotisu 10 f.vcru'o" llieinniiy it brlievcd tlmt thu iiiVoliin'Di" of IS 10, temporarily checked and poivcitedi will yet ro on, to lorumu its jejlini-il course, mill to accomplisli its pur poses. There will lie elements of power to ur-c its renewed progress wliieli did not ope ra"o to cpiickiiii its first advance; and with less excitability theio will ho in action, if wo mistake not, more of collected, concentrated strength. The basis is widening every day upon which the true patriots of ISM are to stand ; new materials are nccumulating,theio are principles in thej-apid process ofinatur ing, and tendencies hastening lo tesidts, which cannot but bring forth in unusual force ecry energy of the conservative spirit of thu country. Halt. American. VIOMJXr TllU.N'DKR STOKM. Wc Iiavc been visited with three storms of uncommon violence. The iirst was early in the morning of the tllitli the scroml was in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 July 1842

"lie toadied hisliarp.and nations hoard, entranced." 1'rom t!ic De mnciatic ltcviow. THIS IS NOT THY UHST. "Aiisenml ifcpart, for ilu? not tliyrtst." Tlint strain it comes w hen weariness ...Stials mi the sliitk.n bean, Anil Hope' a hrulit phantoms, one by one, Like iimincr-iloivers depart , . It eomelh In n the spirit how 9 To sorrow's tiiiltl hihet, And Pnintiiii; upward, svvrclly breathes "This this is not thy rest." That 'Haiti it comes when Pltastiro Lights up thchauiiiet hall, 1nd heart- arc hiiunttini?. joyously To music's fairy rail, II comes ami laughter dies away, Like f u 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 in ihe west, And sick of mirth, the rcvdler sighs. 'This tins is not thy rest.'1 Tint slain it comes upon the soil In triumph'- uu'Ui tide hour, When Olorv twines In r brightest wreaths To blind tile tirow of ioer. It roinrth and I lie clarion' oiee Thrills not the victor's breast, Cor through hi- limn I- bicathos that strain "Tins this in nut thy itst." That strain it cntncth slili awny j ...

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