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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 December 1845

of October last. . Commodore Bid die, commanding the East India squadron, proceeded on Ida voyage in tlic Columbus, and was charged by the commis sioner with the duty of exchanging with tho proper authorities tha ratifications of tho treaty lately con cluded with tho Emperor of China. Since the re turn of the commissioner to the United States, his health hns been much improved, and ho entertains the confident belief that he will soon be able to pro ceed on his mission. Unfortunately, differences continue to, exist a mong eonio of the nations of South America, which, following our example, hate established their independence, white in others internal dis sensions prevail. It is natural that our sympathies should be warmly enlisted for their welfare; that we should desire that all controversies between them should bo amicably adjusted, and their gov ernments administered in a manner to protect the rights and promote the prosperity of tho people It is contrary, however, to our settled ...

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

si aaaajniiariiiin jfrHT For the Dianli. Answer to "Orlando' or, n Wife Wanted. , Desr Bif, 1'te liv'd Tot twenty years A wanderer In thl vale of tears I J'te linked in aunalilne and In woe, And oft have tried to "catch " Some being wlio i. kind end true, Pre sought to wi,h 'Jn of blnp' With rot cheek, end teeth like pcarli, And r.irc.t of 11 mother'! girl. Tbe pale moon ihone out full and bright, Not far Irom tarelro the other night, A fellow left me at the door, Whom I expect to meet no more. 'T la true that I've been courted once, Or atayed with, by a foppiah dance; But A ie gone, and I'm at home, I 'II fit for you aay, wont ye come ? , l're a heart that'a fond and kind, And very dear, aa you will find, For all have aaid who know mo 'round, j No prettier girl can e'er no found. Now, since that you have advertised, (What funny way the world'a deviaed,) I freely offer heart and hand, ' And tru.t my joya will now expand. But think, air, abould I marry you, With heart that'a kind, af...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 December 1845

' af 'M. ' SI JTamilu Newspaper $uotclr to politics, C)omc Sntinstvy, News, SVgricu Ititvc ana (Bfanci-nl 3fntc lltflcn. TOLU3IE XII. BRA TTLBBOItO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11. IS 45. NUMBER 1C. published Evr.nv Thursday dy AVM. E. KYXHDIS. OFFICEXo. 2 M HEELER'S STOSE BUItDI.VU. 5l,M(csih)lnAdtsnco SI,7S et tho end of lb. year. For C months 83 rents, in adtance j otherwise $I,UU. Village sub scribers SI ,73 in Advance, or '52,00 at the end of therear. No paper wilt bo discontinued unless at the discretion of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. O Adrertlietnenls of anjr considerable length should bo funded in as soon as Toesdsj morning. Small onee early on Wednesday morning, V Business ards. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D., Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattleboro, Vt. mCKIXSON, DAY & CO. DF.ALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods j CHINA, CnOCKKKV AND CLASH WARE; VinVO tji'nrc, (KroccrfcB, (it. (II ALL Tlllllt TiEltrilS,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Z. Dick IX805...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 December 1845

s-ejNjrW" Report of tho Secretary of War. VTe aro obliged to content ourselves with a brief sketch of tho contents of tkls paper. It exhibits, in thefirstinstance, the organization, strength, and constitution of the regular army. Tho rank and file embracing every arm of the service docs not exceed 0,500 men. At this time, there is stationed but a single regiment on the whole north ern frontier, from Mnino to .Lake Superior an ex tent of two thousand miles-; and on tho whole lino from the Falls of St. Anthony to New Orleans, fif teen hundred milos,)onty one regimentof drtgoons and two or infantry. Tho artillery tcginienls re duced by detachments of four .companies from each now garrison the fortifications of the sea board, from Newport to New Orleans. The re maining and larger proportion of the army is now stalionediui Txas. The report givoe na interest ing account of the political reasons which hare re duced the government to give them this destina tion, ,TJic Secretary does not -th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 December 1845

Things The will In timati June Anio' Actu 1 F.i F A t At Arnshington-Sccrclary's Report) ost Office Kcport, fctonuiigcni Iixpcnscs, c. &c; WitHSNOTON, Dec 3(1, 1 343. Secretary V Hejxjrt is a massive document and ure to the profluof tho Public Fiinirr. Thecs receipt! and expenditures for tho year endinff 184C, are: lot In Tthiut .... 7GM&f kl receipt front Cuttomt for t.n nuirttr H cttinnlfd, mtortear - 15,038,007 tfG MlicelUneooi - . - 120,000 OU TuMio Londi . . S;J0Ot0OO 00 Tolil $34,478,300 33 'he expenditures ire on & magnificent scale i feiidiiuret for firal quarter $8,403,002 41 .r muaininff three aitarletf. Civil Lilt. 'Foreign Intercourse and Mitcellantoui G,732,?ll 00 rmv Proper S&MTXi 0G (aval Kitibliilirncnt .... 4,003,45 03 'orlificalioni. Ordnance, and Anr.it. 2 Militia 2,3 1G 778 Hi Indian Denaitnient ..... 1,047,701 IH Tensiona 1&G&' 03 Interest on Putilio Debt and Treasure Nolei 850)70 48 lledemptiAn of Loan or '41 . SHOO 00 Treaaury Notea OuU...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 December 1845

SlgvimltttraL Tlm'fialiMV Fnlr. A very large fair was hefd l Galway, Ireland, in tlio county or Galway, called the Pair of Rose Mount, at which I was present. This was chiefly for tho sale of ponies', orihorscs of a small bred, with soma few cattle. On this occasion, the col lection of people was surprisingly great; and I could (hen well understand what was intended bv (ho public meetings in Ireland, called "monster meeting'," in respect to Which, until I saw this collection of people, I had always supposed the ac. count or the numbers assembled had been much exaggerated. There wcro here, on this occasion, some cattlo and sheep; tut there were, also, four inousanu ponies, tlio catching or winch, Tor exam ination or sate, as they had, in general, neither bri dle nor heller, was sufficiently amusing, and I was about to add, sufficiently Irish. Tho fair w.as held on the sea-shore, where the receding tide left a largo bed of mud. Tho ponies, when required to bo caught, were surrounded a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 December 1845

riff 90 f.' ii. 21 JTamilji Newspaper, HDcuotc t to Politics, fijomc Sntutetvji, News, Agriculture aui (general 3ntc llicjcuce. VOL.UME XII. BRATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, IS 45. NUMBER 17. ... t r n. pur im h. . PUBLISHED EVF.HY TI1UIISDAY BY WM. 13. UYXHUK. OFFICE Xo. 2 WD EE LEE'S ST03E BCILDIMJ. $JSO (caih) In Advance; 51,75 it the end of the year. For G tnonthf 83 tent, in advance otherwise $lflO. lilt ago tab cnbera 51,73 in Aihucft, or Sf at the end of therein No paper wilt be discontinued unlet at the discretion of the pabtiilicr, until all arrearagea ere patd. 03" Advertisement! or any comldcralle lensth should be handed in a toon u Tueadi Doming. Smw poei carlrou Wednesday morning. Poetry. Sister Mine T R, 11. DAJU. Sister mine Sister mine 1 Why art to dear? Why throbs this heart of mine, Like the strong-tend rilled fine, Clinging so close to thine When thou art near. Sister mine t Stater mine Sister mine ( Why art so dear? Chill it this heart of mine, Till that sweet...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 December 1845

hours, after lnuling la the south and endeavoring to bury us under a flood of rain, began to lull, and njr the time morning dawned it was entirely cairn. The storm clouds bad nearly all fled, and tho sun rose with a smiling face to cheer us in our sor rows. The ocean, as If wearied with its snort. was fast sinking to rest, save that hero and there a few or Ilia old patriarch wavesmtgitt do ecen com bining over, lilto ciants in their death otrurreles. Tho wreck of tho masts was cleared away and new ones sent up, and before night all sail was again crowded upon the ship, A fino breeze had sprung un from the westward, and forgetful of our nast misfortunes, all on board were, as laughing as if noming iiau uciaueu us, so true is u mat caro and sorrow kind no lodgment in a sailor a bosom. ( to be concluded.) Tho Oregon Negotiation. We find in tho Washington Correspondence of the New 1 ork, Evening Gazette, a copious abstract of the correspondence between Mr Packcnham and Mr Calhoun and be...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 December 1845

"WW g-T? L J- - - - - '- VERMONT PII4ENIX. Brnltlclioro, Thursday, Dec. 18, 1845. Oua Out Bwt, First psgo.roetry Mr Flelche r Wcb ler'e (inland aicond Lectures on Chlnt Improvement Sea Sketchee. Laat page. -Poetry Tribute (a Woman Farm work for December. llcTitciiciisiEffT. The tdniinislrstion parly bate put In vraclice their much Hiked ol "Relrenclimentand .Reform," in their Kleclion of a publio printer. Meaara. Fiik & Dow. Ldilore ot the U. 8. Journal, made proposala to Cou gress to do the pubtio printing SO per cent 1cm thin the price paid to Mr I'olk'i organ which would be a saving of aome $50,000 during the present aession or Congress.- -Notwithstanding thla offer, and in the face of their boasted Democracy, the Uouae or Representatives hare voted the Job to Meaira. Kltchie & lleiaa thua, In fad, giving them outright, 8.50,000 ol the people a money. Tbia high-hand. ed robbery of the public treasury, for the aske of feeding Mrrolka mouth-niece, will not be relished bylhe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 December 1845

Kor the Phoenix. MM to Maty v H II v I I ti n Sweet Mary's ego t like quite well ,As I am twenty-three j , t " And gild thai 1 litre touched the spelt That binds 111 soul lo me. 1 am not handsome, but a heart I hate Uiat'a kind, 1 know, Not often touch'd by Cupid'e ditt, As time will plainly allow. You're fair and beautiful, you ..y, Thero'a good in beautyi sure, ilul oh, to boasting ne'er giro way, , Ay, lei tlie mind bo pure. I'm sorry that you even onee, (And own it, too, io airtight,) Could bend your thoughts upon a dunce, Or In his presence wait. Hut then, if you hare told the truth, It should not bo denied, Cut wait till you are asked, forsooth, Or let it be descried. 1 fear you hare been flattered too, Uy what from you I learn J If you are rain you'll nerer do, For ranity I scorn. And Ivsilcs, loo, I do despise, Bo take it right off now, You'll do it soon if you are wire, liefore I come, 1 trow. Ilone'cr, at Slray.cat'Tille I'll call, Next Sunday night, perhaps; It msy be you...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 December 1845

II-. V1 sawder, JJhixmx tUs cu,Wcr denote t to politics, Qomc 3ni)ustn), 2Ccus, agriculture ana (Srnrral SnfcUiacncc. TOIiI73IE XU. BRATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 18 45. NUMBER 18: PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BT TVM. E. RYTHER. OFFICE J. Z VHEElirS STOIE miBOS. jlO(rak) (a .Un: 51.3 ud nlaribnv. fr ft wkm emu, u kmiM , stscrwne I HSiT nb- 17 1-1 ets. la kifuc for sis muk .N twpcr tQ kw tacostoSBoi vile ax li frcreboa mt tW jBfiusff, ivot u VRjni in pud. 17 JUnnKnaU of midfnU Icstta ahuU be kuda! U u u Taiit ani. Wm rarlj aa Poetrn. From the Kn.terbocker for December. A Christmas CataL IT tCtil rtxsiK. A rxis mj To the bale old Kmg TYhcv hat reigned far many a year ! With ha jot ill train He comet again, Tbe wintry knura ta cheer ! TWoofb locks ef new Best oa hi brw, And the boar frott drape tit chin, Tel Km eye shine bright With & bvttt fight. And hie heart beat vara within 1 TS eM asd JOM J Hie gi&t arc flnTng. At he speed e Lie fleevaeu way, And ear spirit bound At the j...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 December 1845

i S 1 f To the Electors of (lie Count)' of Windham. Ficllov Citizens : At a eonrcntion ofthe op ponents of licensed rumsclling, licM at I'dycllc villo on the 10th inst., the undersigned were appoint ed a committee to address )ou, in reference to pur duties at the approaching election of County Com missioners. In lira exercise, of the clcctivo fran chise on that occasion, you aro to incur a weighty responsibility, as the result of (to election will af fect, in a greater or less degree, "the interests), mor al, social, and pecuniary, of every member of tho community. By it you willdecide whether tho traffic in alcohol, with its host of attendant evils, hall be licensed for another year, or whether tho sanction of law shall be withheld from that traffic, and those who choose to continue it, in violation of law, shall bo left exposed td thd merited indignation of honest men, and tho punishment which tho law metes out to Us transn-ressors. In view nf tlii. re sult, it is important that y...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 December 1845

IP) "IIHI'IHIHiii - - - .A The Senate proceeded lo the choice of aprinter. ami O? mil nfd fl vntPC. CIa ami Saton ol the In rrnnrnr nan in n. jpuprmn ex. iu.i .st. .a uu . 7 .... r ' r rk.ni.:n A WJ .V. ...W .... J Tub House or IUp rmihtatives vm chiefly t. hIh..I!Uh ...m.. nMllliniT All) 111 I t)M MDIH. lion tiy Mr Winthrow oi tho resolutions ofourState . .1 : . . Tl ........ MIC IIMIUIUIIiHlHIII KIUXiiK t'U. ui SISV (l.i.ss- . ... -.- it . a C !!... t.- 1.. I ICC UI llc iuimia viiii unu uiuauiicau in I run it . .i.i iL: ftt.r -fvr v tm...i. ... .. uwen in tnuiana. bn omin oi iuicn.t uncs oi j.. ana tuxer oi iiunou. a Boone noon me auDieei. i noaueai on naa oecn iaxen wnrn ine nausc au rnru. in ine mm si oi a ireona incccn irura jur icv- I i l -i - 1 l I ... rolin la on e-l Ka ir U Vtiv Atnf!ion" mm . Ti.ui.iniT. Dec. 18. SENATE. Join Occupancy of Oregon bit Al ius term nation n theKnt occunancv ol Urecon. i niKRi iiiaL uic kiiiil rrsuiuiiDa uo rrin iccunu the Committee on Pensions...

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

. SkcUdrffr'ShMjp. . EverV one lias, pcri41ru' of the mart whoso toof remained unrepaired, lo ihe papelual dctri mt r tl .Iff nriiclri' and Bound lunffs within doors becoiise, when it tained, he amid not re pair it, and when the weather was fair, ho did not need the repair. Tor a similar tcasoii.rnany flocks of sheep pass year after year unprotected, because shelters are not needed in the summer, and cannot be made ili the depth of-winler. To induce own crseafahcep to adobt'an improvement, and pro vide, in limo suitable aboller lor their Hacks, we wish to stats a few'TaeliJii the case Lewis A. Morrell, of Tompkins county, New York, before he had provided a shelter Tor his flock of Saion Sheen. flSOO in number'.) lost from 70 to 100 during winter, and ,onca lost 1.30, For the. four successive years after protection, (the average number wintered being 1800, the average yearly loss amounted to only 31, being less than 1 3-1 per cent. l'J. W. Childcrs, of the English Agricultural So cie...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 January 1846

-r " er a l iav-aailia,' i ti 21 Jnmiln Newspaper, JDeuoixi) to politico, omc Suousttii, News, aviculture mto (General Snidlirjcuce. VOLUME XII. BRATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 18 4G. NUMBER 19. I .in i)i.iWjHHiMi). 1'UBUSIIKD EVERY THURSDAY BY Will. E. KYTIIGn. OFFICEXa. I AVHEELEB'S STOXE DUIIDIXU. SI) (caan) In Advance) 51,15 it the end of the year. For V, monthi 88 renta, in advance otherwi. 5110. village aub acribcra $1,15, in Advance, or StfO at the end of the tear. y7 1.2 eta, in advance for aix tnontha. No paper will be diacontinned nnleaa at the diacretioa of lho pubhaher, until all arrearages are paid. D" Advertiacmcnla of any conilderaUe length ahonld be biaded in aa aoon aa Tuesday rooming. Small onea carl ton Wcdaradav morning. Business Cards. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M, D., Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattloboro, Vt. DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DF.ALKKS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods; CHINA, CIlOCKEItY AND GLASS WAnn, mart Wave, Gvottvlts, S...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 January 1846

TWEXTY-NIMH COXOUHSS. Washington, Monday, Dec. 22d. Mr Calhoun appeared (his morning, nnd took his ncnl. Ho looked remarkably uctl. Mr Fairfield was excused from sorting onttie select committee upon spoliations of American commerce, by France, prior tolOOO. Mr I'. sta ted that ho had a personal interest in the Jesuit. The Vice President nppointed'Mr Webster in ins place. A great number ofrcmonstrancca against the tin tion ofTcxas, as a elavo State, were presented. delation The Utatt of Texas. Mr Ashley, from tho committee on territories, reported llto joint resolutions of the House, for the ndinisiion of Texas, at a Stale, into tho Union, without amendment. Mr Webster made a. few remarks against tho "measure, on the ground that it cxtcndctl our terri tory at the hazard of tho perpetuity or tho Union ; that it destroyed the .equality of tho original com pact between the .Stales,. iSic. .Mr Berrien, .though opposed lotlie measure of annexation, considered this measure as necessarily r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 January 1846

"WW"-" Corretpoadence oflfco N. Y. Tribune. Viingt at WasHngton Jutlgt Woodward Komi natal Florida Contested Election, ly-r. Wasiunoton, Dec 20, 1815. Tloth Houses of Congress having adjourned over ill Saturday next, many of tho members have left ton ii Tor a trip home or for pleasure. Among the gentlemen who hare gone to tlio North this evening; are Daniel Webster. Vice President Dallas, T. But ler King ofUa., II. C. Wiulhrop, and a number of the new York Delegation. I understand the Cabinet have had a long meet ing to-day. What may havo been tlio question un der consideration I know not, One thing 1 know, rclly certainly, that the Administration is astonish ed to find itself taken at its ord, Tlio 'rank and file' do not seem to understand their 'fugleman.'- The l'olk Administration only meant to blotter a little. Nobody expected war less than the Admin istration, Whether they have pliycd the game too 1cep, or not, I will not undertake to determine The Loco Toco party had better no...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 January 1846

i n ml i 1 1 iiiihii)iii 1 1 ii in m tssii i iitti i M nl J It ALMANAC 1 8 4,6 . DAYS OF THE WEEK. tn Q O JANUARY, 1 11 18 23 FEBR'RY, 1 8 IS Hi 22 23 MARCH, 1 2 8 0 IS 10 22 23 29 30 0 S w E3 5 a. P3 i5 a 0 7 13 11 20 21 27 28 3 1 10 11 17 18 25 4 11 Jt$ APRIL, 24 3 10 17 18 21 25 31 G 0 12 13 10 20 12 13 10 20 20 27 MAY, 8 JUNE, JULY, r, o 12 13 19 20 20 27 1 8 15 3 10 17 21 31 7 14 21 4 11 18 25 1 8 15 no 29 raj AUGUST, 23 2!) S 0 12 13 19 20 20 27 3 9 10 10 17 23 24 30 31 SEPT'R, 0 7 13 14 20 21 27' 23 OCTOBER, 4 S 11 12 18 10 25 20 NOVER, 1 2 8 9 15 10 22 23 29 30 DECEMBER, 0 7 13 11 20 21 27 28 21 22 23 29 5 C 12 13 19 20 20 27 2 3 4 5 C 9 10 11 12 15 10 17 18 19 2C 23 21 25 20 2: 30 12 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 10 17 18 21 22 23 21 25 23 29 30 31 4 5 0 7 11 12 13 14 IS 19 20 21 25 20 27 23 12 3 4 8 9 10 11 15 10 17 18 22 23 24 25 29 30 C 7 13 14 20 21 27 28 3 4 10 11 17 18 15 10 22 23 29 30 S 0 12 13 19 20 24 25 20 27 12 3 4 8 9 10 11 15 10 17 18 22 23 24 25 29 30 31 19 M 20 K) S...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 January 1846

Ph a: nix. Ci JFamiln Newspaper, EDeuote ii to politics, $omc 3utwstrn, Nctos, SVtjvicu Uuve anii (General 3nti licence. VOLUME XII. BR ATTlsEJJORO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 18 4C. NUMBER 20. rUllLlSHED KVDRY THURSDAY BY xvn. e. uytiii:i:. 0 F F I C E Xo. 3 WHEELER'S STOXB BUILDIMJ. 51,50 (cash) in Adrancej 51,73 at tho end or the year. For G months 83 cents, in advance) otherwUe 51,00. Village tub scnberi 51,7. in Adranco, or StfJO at too end of thejear. 87 1-2 cts, in adfsnco fur sli months. tio paper will be discontinued unlet at U10 discretion of tha publisher, until all arrearages are paid. lET Adrertiicmcnts of any considerable length should bo handed in m toon at Tuesday morning, Small ones early 011 Wednesday morning. Business CJards. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M, D., Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattleboro, Vt. DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DP.ALKKS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods ; CIII.VA, CltOCKIJUY AND CLASS WAItE; aarU a&nrr, (Sroccvfrs, $;t. (IS AL...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 January 1846

TffRXTY-MMH COXfilUlSS. Correspondence of the it. V. Courier A Enquirer. Washinoton, Monday night, Dec. 20. 1815. Tho President sent to the Senate to-day a larger number of nominations for office than was ever be fore transmitted to that body at ono time. They were nominations of Collectors and Custom House officers extending from Maino to Texas. To many of them violent and bitter opposition will be made by defeated expectants anil their friends, but I doubt whether any ol them will be rejected. They object to Marcus Morton because hisdemocracy is not of the right stamp; to Mr. Lawrence because be is a Van Burcn and not o I'olk man, and it is asserted, and by many believed, that he toted the Clay electoral ticket at the last election. They ob ject to Henry Horn that he is also a Van Burcn man, and they prove that be is not a Polk man by exhibiting a circular signed by himself and fifteen others, calling an indignation meeting in Philadel phia at the nomination of that gentleman ; an...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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