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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 31 May 1872

1" THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1873. llepuMlrau County Convention. The Union Republican Voters of Chittenden Coua if, are requested to meet ia Con yen. ion, by their delegates, at City Hill, Burlington, oa Saturday, June lath, ItCi, at 11 o'clock a. m. to nominate can- d-d ate fr Senators aai Court? Gffiatr, for tie tiro yearf ensuing, and to transact any ether business deemed proper whet) met. The several towns will be entitled t Dele gitea at follcws . Bolton, 2 Jllnesbursh, Barii igtoa, 53 HunUngtoo, 7 Charlotte. 6 Jerrcoo, Colchester, I J Hilton, Ewx, Ktebmond, t tdieibonL, Underbill, 7 So. Hariinatoj, UVtford, 7 bt Ge rge, 2 WUiiston, 6 Total, 139. Delegates will provide thomaelres with crideo t all from their several town oaaoase.. B A. STEVENS. 5 mUttae- f K I.I N'GTO X.A.VIV1CIX1TV. (ckoritogiciil Kecortf. i i. i", LongT30.iU; deration above tile wit r i r teet . above Lake Champbun 277 feet. Hat Tbibo Week 1572. j TMCBHOKTBE. SAKOM. wmw. Ta.h i ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 31 May 1872

THE BUELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1872. i1 ' 6 . yui j. l-ii m 4 RELIGIOUS IXTELL1CEXCK BAPTIST. The annual meeting of the Vermont Baptist Saniij Sohool Convention will b held at Bran don, AVednesJsj. Jane 5, 9 o'clock a. m. Key. Dr. Randolph, of ThilaJelphia, brethren EI driJge of rhilaJelphia, Gannett of Boston, and other prominent Sundsv ichool workeri from abroad wil! be prwent. Seventy-six persons hare been baptized in Brattlebaro within three months, e even on the J9th. No extra meetings are held. Rev. Foster Henry baa resigned the paetorate of the Baptist church in Newport, the resignation to tale effect in June. The Baptist church in Pondfille, having undergone thorough repair, will be dedicated on Thurs day, Ma j SO. Many churches in the central and western part cf New York, especially in the southern tier of counties, along the Erie Hall way, hare been blessed with interesting reveals of religion daring the winter. Among these churches are those of W...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 June 1872

I'octry, l'armcr Grpnt. My ramcer rsrablee take ao thruagb borne quaint and acme netlectKi piac ?, Amoc-jn tho men w.th braffcy arms Ard ruady faces And sncu a ons I met last nigr-t, At country fain ttceoctianr winner His ree vu brawn, hu hands bard. Ills name was Skinner. Tbns spoke the agricultural u-ac. While tirHt upon his forehead glistancs, Awl I sat ealmlv on tne fence And unokod a 3d listened. "Some My thai Grant ain't jest tho man To plow toe oora and turn the stnhble , But reaiy, 1 can't zekl tee What makes the trouble. lie don't goleotarin. to be rare, Aixt thearo to whet ba ripealoc;' But, bush ' too way hs crcp eomcs in boats ihuadet'n liehtnim;, " fie hain't writ books to tell 3 e how To pick est pumpkin seeds that's holler-, Bat m ni yon, when hii corn's Ja.d by, be i.uw his l.ller. "WVie cu'rtu Titters alien qaiek To praise or blame a man In euUos; e'J proVly show a heap more sense U moderation. Now Grant don't know about plowing deep. Or dramin'. either, that I know...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 June 1872

r Y press. BORLLVOTON. FRIDAY. JUNE 7, 1872 G. 0. BENEDICT. Epitob. TO OUR !.L"IInCRIHEIIS. . Vretnium Given to Every One. fo every subscriber for tL.WllllT ftll Fiitss, paying $2.00 for a ear In advance, we wil present a copy Line- Ensraving r of Steart's ur ana uw""" ;, entitled r in - a.' un- TfceresraUr price of this beautiful picture Is two dollars, and it oannot be obtained of the print sellers for any snm. e muj kit. FOUIt DOLLARS WOKT1I far TWO Tk F.n -ravine: U a eiceouin'ly pretty one, exe died in the beet tt) le of tne Art, from tie pencil oi U,.eimeart.rtwho drew tie well known picture ,. vm kw. to Shore." and lhop;b in aaentlreij different ft le. Is no lex pleaiins and desirable than that It is printed on heavy plate-paper.measuring ty a 21 inches. ' That all our subscribers may have opportunity . .t thl. beautiful entrravinz FREE, we will giro a copy toanyoU iitterrtrr who renews his subscription for a jear m ..nil ni r e ii.llTler. that Is for one n and one f ' with S...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 June 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1873. HUIIMXCTOX AXD VICIN1TI. Kepuullran Cuunty Contention The Union Republican Voters cft'liltte-.de-i Ccon t , mre requested to meet. In Conven'-Ion, by their delen'-cs. at City lla'l, Barilniloa, oa Saturday, June 15th, lS7i, at 11 o'clock a. m. to nominate can didates fjr S-mators aid County Offls srj, fir tie two years earulnE, and t transact any other business deemed proper when met. The several towns will be entitled t De4;let as follows llineabarsfc. a XI llattlucus, 7 6 Jericho, v It .Milton, 9 RKkinsd. s 6 Underbill, 7 4 Wettford, 7 1 WiUi'ton, 8 Tutsi, IJ9. Delcg-Aes wiU provide themselves with eredsn u trox their ssver-tl town caueasts. H. N. NKWELL.1. ., J. L. MASON... Bolton, Barll.f-t.n, Charlotte. Colchester. Easel, bbeibam. 8. Bnrllngioa, B! lieorge. II A. STEVENS.! llPicorolosrieal Hecorri. l' L-.n:r73sMO. Elevation above tide t: r ' 'of t , above Lake Champiain '.77 feet ilAT Foi'STH WBBK TflXRHUMETrn. BARO...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 June 1872

RELIGIOUS IXTELLICEXCE. BirraT. The Firit Baptist Church of SpringfitH, JIui.. have vote4 unanimously to call Rtv. George E. JIerritt.of CmbriJp. to be their pastor in place of Rev. George B. lie. V. D Rev. K. ILMaiue has resigned the pastorate at Savoy. If. V.. ani accepted cU to the Daptut church Stamford, Vt. R. A. 3. Fatten. B. D.. who hu been pastor of the Tabernacle Baptist church. t Bocheiter, N. V.,for eight yeart.bat reiigneJ hii charge. He ii well known for hit business ta!t ui pulpit bility. The Rjt. J. YV. Hor- ton.late of Hanson, JIui., hat received and ac cepted unanimoua call from the Baptist church in Franklin. The ordinance of baptism wai administered to four pereani on the 26th ult. by the Rev. Charles M. Smith, paitor of the First Baptilt church in Somerville. The Baptirt church at Needham. Mass , the aalience room of which hu been recently finished, will I dedicated by appropriate eierciiei on Wednes day, June 5th, at 2 o'clock. The Rev. W. H. Eaton, pastor of th...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 June 1872

Poetry Invocation. BT SMILT T. flUSJETT TJa-did th ffcC i chaplet lrom thy ooaten'd lyr, 0 leaf strewn coa h and listen, Thy ftr at hsart's pure dour , Reditu thy fcoal perennial, R pot sive to the iprme, AM strengthen still oarer o-1er.ci In ver al blosKimIi ' Release tbe dreamy echoes From tbe woollacd arch and dell. From waves and rocky alcoves. From fern and fairy bell ! Apert thy tlumerloe pathos tiy TB-y tnddme tree. The eoutn wind's blooxing story, The sorg bird melody ! Take from the afflaei.tirii lUebei w tin toe flowers. And from the awnings eieket Gems lit to crown tbe boars 1 Rmcme thy fondest labors Ir nun's terretnal bitrt , Renew his eoul witi vision Of heavenly happiDfs ! And tell the sad awl weary How beauty may restore Hear u tender ith lU loving, Who EAtore'i bod adore. Our llal. To da we eat tbe frazrant sod. With trembling bands, asaaoer. And lay tbu well-beloved of God, Our dear ceal baby under. 0 heart that aebe, and ache afresh! 0 tears too blindly rainlne1 O...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 June 1872

"bdbusoton. nuDAr.JC.NCH, 1872. a. Q. DE.VEDICT. Editor. Hllu11ul I'nii Ion Itt-iutliran Xomliia- tiona. FOR PRESIDENT, IpIjYSSES s. uaxt, CP ILJJSOlt. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HEXKY WILSO.Y, or alSStCBCStrTS. TO ova. sUBsCRICEKS. .1 1 'rcmittm Given to Every One. ft every " subscriber for Ui.Wiiilt Fkii Pju,,,, paying $i00fr a yesr In advance, we will present a copy of Stuart's lirjo and beautiful Steel Line Enjrtvms, entitled "j.n" Arm-Full." The rejolar price of toil beautiful picture is two dollars? and it cannot be obtained of the print sellers for any less sum. We thus ive FOUR DOLLARS WORTH fur TWO. Tbe Eoirivlns il an eiceedin-ly pretty one, exe cuted In tie best st) le of the art, from the pencil of the lime artut who drew the well inown picture "From Shore to Shore," and thonsu In an entirely different stj le, Is no less pleaiin; and desirable than that It is printed onbeavy plate-paper.neaiann; jo x 21 inches. That oil our subscribers miy have opportunity to get this beautiful...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 June 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 14. 1872. SI KLIXGTON' AXU VICIMTV. Meteorological Ilcconl. Lai. -ir; Lwc73 n- Bteration abore tile .tcr Jr (eet : abore Lake '1 anplaun 2T7 feet. 1 TRSKKOMETZR. BAROW, .. i 'a.m. 2 p.v 9 r.u .(mean 7 A...i p.m. 4 r.M o r5 :&r 7T sTsT kw sF' nw 7 49 1 56 rt i?t.6 NW NW NW S 51 Cit 5t 2974 NW NW NW 1 f . fit M 29.3U b 8 iV 8 17 10 IJ 63 f-l 29. . NB NK KES i.4 Cl 29.41 NE rK NK f J 76 64 2J.41 NE I NE S 7 Avcrags tetapetasare of the wck, 67.cl. rnineier j9.4i iaehet). Raua-f.i.11, I 61 Inches. Itrpnbllcun County Cm rntfoii. The Coioo Republican Votars of Chitiendec Ctma : v , am rajuertcd to meet in Conren'Jon, by their ife'eittes. at City IUU, Boxlmjftoa, oa Saturday, June ! 5th, l7i,atll o'clock a. m. to nominate cac I -dales fjr Senatoraani Coast Offioerj, for tte two ) er cnzu oz, and to tranirt aay other lmsiooag '(xfd i roper whoa met. Tli ve-al tuTv wi'l be entitled 1 1 i.Lfc-tae as i ' v t ,,t' - Hiaeslmreh, S Ham ft m...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 June 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1873. m a. 5. - VERMONT NEWS. BkSSISOrOS C0C5TT. The Greeley meeting at Bennington wu a f mill one, Capt A. B. Valentine is the only Republican in town of aoy prominence, who fa Ton the liberal movement. ut Dorset it enzaceJ in furnishinc the f tone for new Bank Building cn Wall ftreot, Jfew loric uty. All cat fear thousand dollars of the amount repaired from Bennington to baili the Wallocm- sac liauroad his been raised The .Yorth Star it a neat little monthly paper, published at Bennington, bearing ihe names of Tark Valentine and dister, editors and proprie tor. They are little folks, who show an early genim for joarcalis m, CALEDOMA COrSTT. Hall & Fletcher of St Johnebnry bare caaseJ a suit to be brought against Motes Kittredge for defamation of character, lay iDg their damages at 520,000. A young man by the name of George Growee, went over Mclndoe Falls, recently, on a log and came out safe. lie jumped and caught bold ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 June 1872

Poetry. A. Dxnscrons 3Ian, Sir. Suamer uyt that Graai Ui bold, bd,dan ceroni man .Yftetxr, "A bold, bid man. Is Oea raaV Haid Hoyd on sioome night. As on laax Donelsoa lb e.-e A nl vmik hi hwty flight. Prjin Pillow trwn-itat lip' t1 cr.- u . Aa echo sounding much th- " e. And Bockner thought "hi'-f w rii.t, Nor longer durst maltita n thw flsht , And then cam down th refwd rari ' And from the fjrt bang r t-ip )d tU-. That Grant's a daageTi.u man!" said tbey , And douttls think the use to-day. "A bold, bad man Is lieu. Grant,'' Said Beurga-ri on morn, .as from the naughty trait r' brow The rtc orV wreath m torn , And fro the Said hi 6 !ei ns went, By order Urn. airant had sent. Tnen Sin lob' field vm our again, Itoeuite the boat of rebel men Whit came a-narmy b taxiing loud, Ha i went a panic stricken crowd , For Beaoregard and all hit men, Kerbs pa ihuaght Grant was daogeroas than. 'A b-ld hai man is Gen. Grat." Sail Pembrrton one da) ; -liitrmoc are of no avail He will not go away. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 June 1872

; THE BURLINGTON, VT., fEE V jjlic 4m grass. -UTOxmDAYVJD.VE 21, 1872 0. 0. BENEDICT. Editos.. Xatlonu! Clilon Ilt-pulillcnn Xonilna tlons. FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GKAAT, or illhois. POR nCE-rRE3IDENT, KEXBY WILSON, or BlSSACBrSITTS. Kr)u1illln County omlnlloli. rOB StJATOBS. GEO. II. BIO BLOW, of BnrllnitOB. JOHN' I MASON, of WehtfOMl. A. O. UUMPURE1 . of IndtrhUl. FOB ASSISTANT jrDOES. NATIIANjEL PARKF.R, o! EurltESton. AUNhV 810NK, or Westfori. rOB IVATt'S AtrOBVBT. V. L. BCRNAP, or Burlington. roB tBCBirr. LUMAN A. DREW, of Burlinitcn. roB bich saiuft. ISA W. SATI.E3, of Richmond. rOB JCPCE Or FB0B1TE. TORREV E. WALtS, of Bnrllnzton. KEI'CIIMCAN V.MO.V MATKCOSVD TIO.V. A RejraolMin Cnion Stata Coortattao will no hold it Jiootpolier, oa Wedrmdsy, Juno 2Mb, 16T2, at 10 o'clcoi a. m., to Bominuo eaodidifca for OavmKi, LiOBtenuit Governor and Treasurer, to be lapported Bt Uo State election in September neit, alio td nominate two rrteifential tlecSois at lars t copportei at the oom...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 June 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 31, 1872. UUKLtXCTOX A.VU V1C1MTV. Meteorological flccortl. -L443 27, Lons;73o.10; KieraUoU aiKre lid riter 3t7 feet : aboTO Like Champlain 277 font JCHZ SaCCSD IVlII 1972. tSj10IIETBS. BABOM. J ?AJI. 2 p.K 9 pji ;(EB1Q) 7 A. . 2 r.w. r 59 I 62 CD 24 -!7 8 61 73 to W.3J S I in 6 6 1 63 2S . N JlV II ' 67 72 67 29 J V.' . W U 7.1 77 69 .! W SW 13 Oi 71 5S 29 41 NW SW 14 69 64 :S 2'JJ E , bW ATerae letaperatore of Ihfl week. a r.ll a !b ii 5 SW 7 W , 4 NE I 7 SW 17 61. 83. Birometer 29.335 iaahm. Kain-f.ll 1 27 inches. Ursclej'esja there will be no dovghnet crop this fill. He thecoM March weather killed the bads on ill dough tre. Tie WeDiod Canal ie at once to be enlarged to chip dimensions to as to pus Tcsrels 240 feet long and 50 feet beam, ani drawing t srelre feet of water St. Auin Benin Mieket. Tbe market Tuesday Tsas ocmpsrativelj isMiiie. Tie qaote grades. 18 to 20c; fiir to good, 20 to 2Se; rejec tions, 21 and 253. Faotorj ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 June 1872

Dolly Varden. QVyl Dolly Varden! I'. ay's form a garden. Thaihou madly traln't it o'er With a thousana Tine or more ! How iU every tarn d Mioses Lilies, pinks and blaahios roaef, Violets, fo'ffet n.e nots, Larkrpurs, and I don't know what. Ail the colon of the J ear. In a dn;le gown appear. Flowers of every seafon. In and outof reason. All a single 5 ard in Halt thou. Doily Varden. Polly: Polly Varden! htill thy pranki we vardon For a Tery witching thins Ii ibe whimsy thou dost bring Every pretty maiden. With toy wreath o'erladen. Take where'er the goes Charm of added row. Spell of all thing flr. Blooming ever where. Hail to thee bot pray put puard on On those wno can't, dear Polly v arte n , Every human lorm divine Can't be graced wita 11 wer and Tine, Kearin- o'er its hack quaint story Tra?el in bloom of morning glory Every dame can't be a garden, As thou know'it, poor Polly ardea. Vainly, Polly Varden, We our beam would harden. Witching one, new born of spring, Full ofdatnly blof...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 June 1872

(( Poetry. That Waltz, of Von U.ei'. From til tialaxy.J Oayly n 1 ayly raas ifc r- ma sic. Tbe blltha tuerry maic of bfi and of Uta. Tim mid, marry auric, thit mi di adPsnam; T1U over tha midnight camo tteaUttstbs Mors. lawa the great hail want wiv.a tlio baantr.f. Waving wanes tbr rei, white and blue, Aitketneetaofflncr wind line Mowing nj blowlm? FroA tbe citj gwst gardens asleep la Cie dew. Unier tbe flag, as tbey floated and floated. Under the areJManl arebe of flower?. We two aod we two floated and floated Into the mystical midnight hocrs. And jut aa tbe dawn cima stealing and sUalinjr. I e in bear the soft notes now appealing and p'ead in?. And I eaten the fIat aceat.cf the aaoda1 wod tsn, That lay in yxr hand , yocr hand oa my fh odd er As down tbe great hall, awar and a tray. All nnder the flaet aod oader the &rrbo We daaeed aod we danoed till the dan of the oay. But why sioald I dream o'er this dreirr old ledger. In thia eountrag-rooa down In thij dingy old street, Of t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 June 1872

km. "BOKLLVOTO.V. FRIDAY. JUNE 28, 1672 oTa. BENEDICT. Editor. .Vmlonal I'nlan Itliubllcan Jomlna tlons. roll PRESIDENT, IXYSSES S. ICAIVT, cr 11X13019. FOR V1CEIT.E8IDENT, HCiYKY WILSON, or eassacbtsetts. "firant ami his polley deserve tlo very hlihott credit." IIouac t UKiiLtr. I nlnn Iteiml'Ilraii Mate .NoiiiinallrtH. Foa OOVEBSOB : JULIUS CONVERSE, cf Woodstock. TOE LIECT.-O0VEEX0E : RUSSELL S. TAFr, of Burlington. FOB TEEASrEEE: JOHN A. PAGE, of Montpelier. Kriulllun Count)' .Nomlliatlonn. rOB SctATOEU. t!B.. H. BIGKLOW, of DoTllnrtoc J01I L- MASON, of lUeumoDa. A. O. IICMPUREY. of UsKlerhill. rriR ASS1STAHV JC1-GES. NATHAJilEt PARKER, ot Burlingto-Z. ALMEV 8TOM12. of Weitjbra. run state n attorset. W. L Bl'RNAr. or Bmlmslou. :0B SHIPIFF. A. DREW, of Burllnitun. FOR BIOH BAIIJST. IRA V. SAYLKS, of Rlehmond. FOR JL1CE OF rBOEATC. TOEREV E. WALES, of BsiUnstoo. The State Convention- T-rf Convention at Montpe'ier was the largest a.od perhaps ablest, delegate conitatmn ever held in...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 June 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1873. IIUKL.IXCTOX AM) VlfSVITV. .letenrolosiKlI ! cnrii. Ui.U.W; lM73M. iteration stove tk!e mew 37 foot ; a hove Lake C'hauiplAui rr lwt Jens Thied Week isri TaeiiiHWETEn. barom. im 5 ljf.lr.Hip.u tinean) 7 A. si. 2p.m. r. sTo 72 1 C CI ! 71 CI W W I r.V , 2 NW I NW 1 W W I 6 W 1 B 4 SW SW f. -H.6.-. W .7, IV 29.7" W 29.74 1 EV 6b 29.71 I W SW SW 17 1 2A6C SW 1 BW SW 9 Avemffa tesniicracare of the week. 70. 0 10. r 2jgi mcjies. kaiq-iau .w incaw. Eogianrc sre botv at work (urvsjing the railrcal from Mtntpelicr to Uitre. A refrigeritor bnUcr-car ruas over tlx Rut land road to Boston every Mondij. A grand tournament of martial nmeia it to take place at Mmpelier on the 4th of July. Next January is the date now ateigucd fur ofening the bodies from the eastern end of the ilcoMC tunnel tot be central sbaft. Thia seiaon PnllmAna ptinoe can will lie ran tietwten Saratoga and Montreal, alio B tton via Ratland. A Union piaswiger depo...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 June 1872

-, t mi 1$, . ' TmvT VM- FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 28. 1873. ZZ : i I i t t r I ITiicurnii'ii I "JlntMrsni IFrotntteXewTork Otetrrer.J 1 ll.se .;loilous Hop!1 The dj taj pressn cTTn aired man of 62 years ) it arorsirs m cixmtt. -I hare jrliricul hojeahope which brithter A, 5i" or tteps that tide wtosa d.).Un nomor- Eut " "s"' it. Ksdepths, It! current Serce nd Foriiis arm I lu --en Dim the Crusffiel- Ibm glorlcns hor"-wb.en spheres are all FfKrn'mm I trust. I triumph in Ml J"M. Farewell, brief world, fariwell. with all thy care Tbeiict'e put for aye, to etdlesJ peace I jro, 'Ihareailcriou! Une"-no Day ef Wrath lor To mAte" Archangel's trunp wllllesweet mel- Free'h 'from ItJ quiet sleep ay quickened fie And'c'iasp"" splrlt-self untied etermtre. I tare a elorlosw b"pe-"-'u,,c"' l in lRht, tv,titnroi?l.r.S saints all robed tnlM- And' m" them faces dear. Ions Tanisaed from the how Stuilns In the state tt their celestial birth. IbaveasIorUM hope," Lord, fjr thy Son's d.ar sake, . ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 July 1872

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Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 July 1872

(Tlif jjtfffl jgjrcss. BURLINGTON, FRIDAY. JULY :., 1872 G. oTllENEDlCT. Editor. Iionl rnl.il H.liuMlrnn . - lii. .FOR rRMIIlEiT,' MjVSSKs S. (JStAXT, or iiusots. for. VICE PRESIDENT, IIKMSV WII.SO.V, OF MitACBCtEtTfi. Inloti Ittiuli" loiiilnritlon.. for ooveb&oc : JULIUS CONVERSE, of WooJitoct for LTT--oovEajroE : RUSSELL S. TAFr, of Burlington. foe tuacbke : JOHN A. TAOE. of Motplier. Ilrputillfn" lii"r mliml". rOR ftfHATOfXS. OKI. H. BIOELUW, of fVtnrlilWtoSA. JOUN L. MASON, of WotMBWL rus assiTAr jcdvMS N VTHANIEL PARKER, at adhlEtoll. AUiEV 8TOHE, of West. W. L KCRNAP. oT BBriiagloII. ro (Bourr. LUUAS A. DREW, of Barlingba. ro um BAiurv. IRA W. 8ATLBS, of Rkknind. roit -irnea or probits. TORBW E. WALES, of BortlBgton. SecUrian School We chisrrfully giro phoe in soother column, to . communication from Bev. Thomas Lynch, iheresrected Catholic clerajixian of this, city, on th- tutject of the public talrootf. Our ml ert will be gtsl to see, from one of our own min ister! of thi...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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