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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 21 March 1845

r s WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. I.', r. WALTON, JR., I'.DITO'.l. MONTPELIER, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1815. TEXAS AND SLAVERY. thcro aro some ifs still in tho way of tlio admis sion ot Texas. 1J Texas agrees to the-resolutions of tho House, disgracefully smuggled through the Senate and sent off with indecont haste if I,f0si dent Polk agrees to articles of annexation or a treaty ami if these nro ratified liy Congress, Tex as may bo annexed. Yet thcro is still another im portant "before tho rpicstioti is settled, viz. A tho U. S. Supremo Court shall decide annexation to ho constitutional. Tho Nov York Tribune shows, in tho following article, one modo in which the con stitutional question may be raised, and if tho ques tion comes to this last extremity, wo hope still oili er ways of raising that question may bo found. In tho mean time lei the people speak lo the next Con gress ; hi the opponents of annexation consolidate their strength; let third pailyism cease to paralyze the arms of the friends...

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 March 1845

Tho conviction tint tlio nlection of Mr. Polk vns in n groat ilcgroo brought about by political nbolitiotiiots, presses so lioavily, it would scom, on tho leader of that miscliiovous party, James G. llir noy, n to liuvo induced him to make nn apologetic Btalcment for tho course pursued by it. in lefcrenco to tho Presidential election. Wo havo not neon this statement, but fi id in the Albany Hvoninj Jour nal this extract, which as abundantly significant wo copy ! " Hut suppaso wo had all voted for Mr. Clay suppose him elected, nnJ Texas kept out-whero would Invo been tho Liberty p irtv f Sctttercd a inonjf tho slaveholders and their allies, without hav ing accomplished anyllun,'. Tho Liberty party would not have boon m existence at lliis time. It would havo been completely dissolved." llere is the true expression of this so called Lib erty party. Their existence, their craving of agi tation, their power for mischief, their hopes of per sonal advantage- and droauis of personal ambitio...

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 March 1845

DELIA A. WEBSTEH. This young lady, together with licr von crrible fiithcr, is now at the Franklin House in this city. Upon their arrival here, they beenmo uciiuiiinled, tliey say, for the first time, with tho account of her trial, as given by .some correspondent of tho Louisvillo Jour nal from Lexington which Mr. Webster and his daughter say is erroneous in many particulars, and especially in that part or tho testimony of Mr. Musick, the landlord at Washington, who is there represented ns stating that Fairbanks and Miss Web ster locked themselves up in a room, and re mained so lacked up for several hours. They have laid before us a copy of tho testimony taken in the case certified to by Mr. Shy, her attorney, mid, as they say, admitted by the prosecutor and the Court to be correct, in which Mr, Musick says nothing about any locking of doors, but on tho contrary says that he " satin tho name room with them while they remained" and there is nothing in any part of the evidence- hinting...

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 March 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 184 VOL WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TEItMS91,50 cnili In n.lvnnco 8'3 00 If p ijmf nl It not mailo In mlvuncoi inlercit always charged from thoimlol'tho tint. POETRY. From Graham' fagotine, new nxoLANu duaco.v or Tin; olden time. nr iter. wALtrn coltus, t. i. n. He ' wm ft man of culm nnd aintrrc moml, And in litt aiornnoM showed LU pedigree, Tor lio vn liorn of ruritnhle Mootl ; To no tin did I e ever bend tho knee, Except to (to.?, enrj even thru exprcMrd Lou outward honiugn than hi hcuft confscJ. Though tcrn hi nrow, Mi henri wm warm ind mild, Tlx- fountain jitiilied, though coiled It p atklinp rim i Hl eye, ni lie eiallr d n. fruwnrd child, UVro of with niittirc'n fuitle i!mvi instil dim j IIo 1ruck Willi lhoo t't.ud ferlinn lio lictnjptl, A roui.d Iiia old urm clmir llio uicliln pt-i)e'd. ill wnnN iver fi-w, m-lfd and imrllnrnt, Eiieh uiHlHrhiuoil it ml i II prrlWmd id tnrlc J Ueh.ro tin ...

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 March 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. I.'. I. VVAt.TO.V, Jit., Kul'l'Ofe. AIONTPELIEIt, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1815. TUB KEN ATI 2 AND TIM ADMINISTRA TION. ft teems that tho now Senate Ins commenced with n proper tonoof independence towards the now Administration, albeit tho locos have n major ity in that body. The first remarkable instance of this spirit occurred on a resolution asking for in formation ns to tho state of our rolations with Mex ico: tho cabinet wished no questions asked; tho Secretary of State (Buchanan) even went to tho Senate- and begged Ids political friends to voto tho inquiry down, and Senator William Bombaetcs Fu riot ) Allen interposed his potent influence, as chairman of tho committee on foreign affairs, in favor of the distressed cabinet, iiut all vvuild not do: tho cabinet gofsu- votes only, while tho rest of the .Senate voted for the unpalatable inquiry. It is added that the Secretary or State then made a re ply to tho resolution by no means creditable to hiineclf, or 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. — 28 March 1845

limiting iU Wind. John Boyd, a t-liocmaker of Newport, has, wo learn, entered complaints against nil the towns in this County, Lcmpslor excepted, for not furnishing guide hoards, ns required by tho Revised Statutes of the State. Some of tho towns lio has "snobbed" to tho amount of a hundred or two dollars, and us tho law allows tho complainant n small fee for the service, he will makn something liamlsomo out of the speculation. It took a Van keo to conjure up that way of raising the ,v'tu', John has done something 'to benefit tho ravelling community, however, and wo don't blamo linn much for thron ing aside his lap stone for this easier mode of replenishing his collcrs. His own town, wo are told, will bo the greatest suil'orer. , Claremonl (X. H.) Ihgle. " When rogues Jail out," S,-c. Tho Washlnjiton (llnhn rlmnres tbu editor ot llio Alndkonian with JUlling j'Ulllllll Ul vl.tni. niviioaii.uni.P ..o .. rihr. lor nidintr them to nrucuro offices. In reply. the Aladisonian clmrces ami h...

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 March 1845

INROADS OF THE CAMANCUE3. C.M'Tunr. or two Mhxioan Gihls. An intelligent rcntlcinun, who left Cliihunhun some six weeks or two months since, gives us interesting nnd startling intelligence in relation to tho inroads recently tnauo uy the dreaded Cnmanchcs into the Slates of Chihuahua nnd Duraimo. and of the rav nces thov havo cominittcd duriiiK these predatory incursions. Thousands and thousands of horses nnd cattle have been driven off, women have been led into cap tivity, ranchos and haciendas innumera ble) have been made dcsolnlo ; nor is there force enough to make headway against, nnd rid the country successfully of the in vaders. When repulsed in one place, they appear in another, and commence n ncw (heir depredations nnd atrocities. It is suspected, nnd with good show of icason, that a number of half-breed Cher okee renegades arc among tho Carnanchcs, instigating them to these deeds, and per haps leading them on to their commission. On one occasion, a party numbering ovcr 100 ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 April 1845

VERMONT W A TCHMAJT& BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TKRM9 81,!W r.iuh In adrnnce S'l 00 If payment If not made In tidvnnco ; Interest alwnyi clmrgoil from tlio nnd of thm car. JOErRY. ANIMAL MAONKTISai. UVAQU MO nv mm. r. a. iwtrr. " Come pUce thy liltto palm In mine," Tho oung rrofusinr nld, 11 Ami Im rnv eyr i ho (Ucd on tlilne. TliN cushion tot thy homl j" Ami Tunny with n baihful grace, H.it down oml looked him In tho face. Then up nnd down liko a nndwHcli Ills linmli muved In 1 he nirj Ami Tunny flweel mouth gate a twitch, i lor )oi u lrpy trp, u Don't ou fi'ul mii'cif jennff Moinwr uniJ j 11 Voi ery quot," replied tfic ninld. Agnln tliu lmnd motr-d up and down lie touched her I'orhondfih j. Hut Cupltl lifld Jnil cuiio to town Tho wily roguii wn here j And peeping (torn behind fi screen, Uo lyy wutchrd tlio ntngic tCem. The) mm; ProfeMor' liuatt beat fait j lie too up lutltienre fr It ( Hwoel iiom u'er hli f.mcy past; Ho thought lit could hfue knelt, An...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 April 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. V. l WALTON, Jit., KDITOIL AIONTPELIER, FRIDAY, Al'ItlL d, 1815. Till'! TARIFF. iLaet week wo noticed the probablo reduction of duties on many articles by tho Dritish Parlianmit. Already has this been rnado tho pretext by tho free trado locofocos to demand a reduction of tho Tariff iT 1812. This is rank dishonesty : this ! eduction r ii,:,;.i, 'Po:rr ; l,nr.,l nnnn dm iloctrino of Protection, and for tho very object of Protection. Said Sir llobortPecl in his able Bpcech on propos ing tho reduction-" The articles on uhieh tee pro pose to abolish the duties will Ic those generally which art the raw materials of our manufactures." This is evident from the list of articles, which consists of drucs and dye woods, cotton, staves, &c. &c Wo sav tho object is Protection. For instance why is cotton to be furnished to tho manu facturcr at a reduction of 12 1-2 per cent? Evidently tho object is to enable them to compote with the U. S., and solely that. England s...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 April 1845

7Yre and Horrible Deed. Our community was liorror stricken, nn Inst Tucsdnv inorniiijr, by tlic reported death of Mrs. Mnry West, aged nbout 80 ycara, nnil her grand-son, Henry Swinl,nijci1 about 12 years, living four miles north of this nlace, wlioso htiir consumed bodies were drawn out of the flames of tlio burning and destroyed dwelling of tho deceased. J no liru wns tirst tliscovcroil nuoui daylight, but it had bo far progressed that It was impossible to nrrcst the ontiro destruction of tho dwelling. Tho bodies of tho unfortunate old lady nnd her grandson, when discovered and drawn out, were n Rpcctaclo most shocking to behold. Near ly all tho limbs of each were cither entirely or partly burnt ofl'i their heads wcro gone, tia If des troyed by fire. A jury of Inquest found that the deceased had como to their deaths by tho violencu of somo unknown person or persons, and that tho Wilding was then fired. Mi. West was known to bo in possession of several hundred dollars in sil ver an...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 April 1845

- MAINE-GIRLS. Tho following story lins been related to tis by a gentlemen residing in tho vicinity of the place of the occurrence, rind comes tons through such n channel that wo have no reason to doubt its truth. It is the last, nnd, as we think, the best story of tho sea son. Portland Mc. Advertiser. Tlicro rcsido in the north part of tho town of Andovcr, Oxford county, (Maine,) commonly called ' Andovor Surplus,' two unmarried sisters, of the namo of Uicc. Tlioy occupy n small farm, and in the winter live without any male assistants. Poverty compels them to go into the woods to cut their own luci ; ami im pose, a few weeks ago, they went out to gether, without any other companion than n faithful dog. On this occasion, tho an imal, by liis furious barking, attracted their attention and going towards him, they found him barking at tho end of a hollow lrco lying above the ground, and imbedded in the snow. Seeing nothing unusual, they called him oil', but although always obedi ent to...

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. — 11 April 1845

VERMONT WA TCHMAN & STijFE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS $1,50 rnh In ndvnneo j $2 00 If payment li not mado in utlvftncoj Interest always c.mrgr(l Frum the end of the tat POETRY. TO THU SKYLARK. Now vcel bef i ttm cloud tlmt hoari. And wccl I lis oico tlut ling, And balmy to tlio ontly aln. Tlint wonder round thy wings, Wliore licavfn'n own dew, c re a toil naw, U rich n round thy wuy, And shadow! of tlio Xocn itrcw The pulhwoyn ul tliu day And thy pure heart bentt 'mid llio blue, Hevuml the cloud on heht While Brttpht look fibroid to View Thn IiAnnlf nf Mm abv. Va heard thco ul.enyaui.ff mtU'oN ray The prlmrotc blooim would brio?, To pljnt them mund tho bower and brao, Ttm ooilicit t.f llic prlg. Pro hoard tlico from the greenwood h&w, Wlirn innimrr turn nailed Inch, And when tho ralnhowN tints wud fa To glorlly tho iky. Thou, wee hold bird, dol mak In fold Of nine t'nno nrrny, And riot tn It richctt pnlJ, Though thou thyself b gray. Hu...

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. — 11 April 1845

for Oioir cliilJren, nnJ 111 some ea.19 ton, when tlie mlnJd anil tnstoa of this yuutlifiil aspirants nrn bet ter euitci! to othor iuianiu, tunl when moreover, Buch pursuits lioli! out far superior chanced ol per Bonal independence, worldly prosperity, licaca of mind, nnd Kcnorul tipirrcs. All sco tho error in the enstuof neighbor nnJ fricnils, .but nro npt to bo blind to their own pirt'.ality anil weakness. All, moreover, nro apt to l'ancy that tlioir child.-en nro endowed in a peculiar manner with lofty quali ties of intellect, which only rcquiro to bo diiectcd to the most arduous patha of literature, science and tho arts, to secuto distinction anil glory. Tho mis take, wo repeat, is in tho majority of cases, ono of affection, and although often mingled with vanity and pride, it is alio frequently associated with a most 'laudable Ttind of ambition. Par better, more ih it. to mnku ovon a bov of limited or feeble capa city, a lawyer, or doctor, than to brinjr him up to no calling wh...

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. — 11 April 1845

MVSfJEMUlJ BOSTON TRADE. BROWN & WETIIERELL, i.iiMuntTJius a- jonmtitu of Millinary JUrtichs, Ko. i07 AVASIIINOTOST STllKET, (up ) B doom North from ilrninlleMmrcet.,..0;s:f.'tf.V, HAVU iHCelvctl nnd offer fur aula, Very cholco Sliln of txo. 10 ami 13 Sun. Embroidered, plain and itrlp'd, Glare, Ombre nnd Unuro IIO.NNKT Kill. IIO.NS, oflhe most doeitablo colors ond designs, and of low Iirirrn, .ticuiuni nnu oui. nuaiiuc.. . No.4,0,7-Orole Nip, llLce and dime CAP RIUHONS of cnl lieiy now paiicrn. . No. 1, 1 1.2,2,3,4,6-rhiinandFhodcJ BATI.V 1UI1I10N3, Do. Colored Tnlletn Do. Do, Illnck nndliluo Mack TnlTcta Ho. Do. Ombre llio uo ftnp JJo. NewBlylei of nON.NXT8II.KP. I'lnln and Slrlp'd Ulueo BILKS end LAWNS for drann IIA'ISl Thin colored Salln.. Mnelo nd dnublo FLOIIIJN'CDS I'lulJ end .Irlp'd OHO UK NAlS illnck end llluo lllack SlI.KHt UUA1T.3 CKAi'li IilSdHt lllack Cipic.s Mounting Yt!lI.H, Ate. Slc, &c. fl-Whlto (looil. of alt iln.riiptlnrl ; Hunk Mti.lins, Bishop Launs, S-cc...

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. — 11 April 1845

Front tU Amtiliin Agit.-oltuiltt. SIIKEP IIUailANDUV. Lands best adapted to Me Crowing of Slut v. Somewhat hgh or rolliiw lamia, producing Bhort, Bwoot grans, should bo chosen, upon which to pas ture slioop. Avoid murshy or wet lands. Tlio grass thereon is not tia sweet nnd natural for nhrcp,is on drier land. They nro also npt to hecomo iliseasod in their feet on wet lands, nnd do not thrive ns well, nnd illes that troublo them most, seem more numer ous about such frroundi. Level grounds or plains, if sandy or gravelly, nro generally good sheep pas tures. Fields kept for sheep should bo nllow cd oc casionally to recruit, by being vacated from ono to two weeks, every two months nr so. Sheet) will do far better by a change of picture, even though the time bo short. (Jood running water is essen tial in each field, though sheep can do nciter in nnslnrm witlinnr. vcnlnr tliall other BtOCK. Fences and Pass'lfays. Almost any kind of en closure liny bo tteil except stone. If a iiiriu bo Rti...

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. — 18 April 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SON9. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TT.UMH $1,50 caih In mlvnnce 83 00 If ptrmenl It not mado In advance Intcroit ultra) I eluded from ItiotndoTtho teat. POETRY, I'rom I lio Cliurch of England Mngailno. THE DYING IiOV. L'omn 11 par or, mother, rulso tho curtain hlt'i. And let m look upon tlio ijxingloii kj j lnvo Hill thy hand In mind Put back tho halt That clingi around my brow J ay. wilt thou near Onu or thcio tangled curli when f nm ilpad, Nor tcari mo hitter oVr the relic ihed f My Sniour tnlU mo to n heavenly homo, ' And anneh ncur mo cnnlly wMper, "come' Whllo from their golilon hnriM tho echo ring, I lionr tho ru oh in 3 of their ihndowy tltig Jttilcti, my mother, though thy rulco bo ncct Unto mino tiir, the ghdsome intirn thai teel Thy elnm'jcrin; boy liavo tunui Qf doi-pei lotff Murni'ting about my couch, nrouml, nliutftj Llku nitKic in tho ait. Whrn in the sen Tho rod tun nightly ? t, it femi to me Thai ung& la mutt...

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. — 18 April 1845

Mia WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. 13. P. WALTON, JK., EDITOR. MONTPELIEtt, FltlDAT, APRIL 18, 1845. MASSACHUSETTS AND MONTREAL RAIL-ROAD. VERMONT. Vermont is u great Hgriculturnl State. Her sons nro a hardy, industrious, energetic race, are not n lrnid of labor, or averse to cntcrprizc, nnd among them nro found aomo of tlio beat fanners in Non England. Wo find by referring to n table, prepar ed in 1811, under tho direction of the Secretary or State, that the annual amount of agricultural pro duction!! in Massachusetts averaged at tlio rato ot nbout $33 for each of tho Inhabitants, being less than ill any other State in tho Union. Wlii c i llio agricultural productions ot Vermont averaged $1-18 tier head, being greater than in any other bttito in tho Union. Tlio amount of tho agricultural pro ductions of Massachusetts, with n population of 73,GP! ns S'.'S.SOD.-IOO, whilo thoso of Vermont, with n population of 291,9-18, was equal to $13, l!27,O0C 'J'liero is too great n disparity hero, to b...

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. — 18 April 1845

10.TJIJ5'S JL-l'R'TWJf- BOSTON TUADE. BROWN & WETIIEitELlT, M.iiM'owviuts a' .until nits uv AND Millinery Jlr tides, No. 1(11 V'ASIUXOTt)N STH.K1JT, lull tnlr,) 6 dnota Notth from llrnmncld BUetlm.ilOSX'thV, HA VII received anl offer Tor aalo, Very choico Hulcs of No. 10 anil 19 Sup. Hinbrnldcml, plain nnd alrlpM, Ulace, Ombre mid Homo nONNl.T RllL IIONB, of tho mnat dosirubie rubra and designs, nnd or low tirllld. Mft.linm ftn.l Run. nuitill... No. 4,0, 7 Gro do Nap, Ulaco nnd Oauio CAP RIBIIONS of entirely now pattern. No. 1, 1 I -a, B, 3, 4,6 rialn nnd Blinded SATIN RIBBONS, Do. Colored Tnflcln Do. Do. Illack and bluo black Taffeta Do. Do. Oinbta Gro do Nnp Do. NewStvtos of IIONNLT SILKS, Plain 'mid HttlpM Olaco H1LKS nnd LAWNS for drawn HA'ISi Plain colored Sallus, Blncln nnd double FI.ORLNC:S Plaid and strip'.! OltU 111! NAPS Black nnd Illuo Illack MILKS GRAPHS l CRAI'L' LISSH i Illack Cjprcss Mourning VLILS, 4.c. kc. Ice. KrWhllo Goods of nil dcsciiptlor.a Hook Mu.llul, ll...

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. — 18 April 1845

t'jom llio Nsw Knglurtil l'armer. SUPPLYING nEMCIEtfCIES IN SOILS. Mn. Bnr.cK: It Is truly ilcsirnble, ns your cor rdipondent " I'dog Ploughshare" sayr, Hint farmers should bo'tibio to loarn in wliat Important qualities their soils aro deficient, ami to ndnpt their manures to the requirement of the- Crop designed to bo m-ivi-il. Though, na Dr. Dana save in his Prizo Kssay, it " is a settled fuet in ngricnltnro that barn-Vanl ma nuro never fails," it is equally ns indisputaulo rtfuot that, ns nn amtnder of soils, it is fur less efficacious than many less valued substances, ns nslio3 or 6ili ciotis sand, and tho surfaco soil of old wood-lots. Considering tho worth of this latter substance, it is not a littlo Btrango to mo that its uso has not been moro generally availed of, Whilo much attention has boon excitod nnd devoted, of lato years, to the peat and muck deposits, ns means of fertilizing Boils, but littlo attention has been given to tho val tin rtf" tnrit!1 in wnnr lints lilcli. ...

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. — 25 April 1845

0 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL. I3Y E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIElt, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 24.-WIIOLE NO. 2010. WATCllftlAN & JOURNAL. Ti:UM8-$l,r,0 cmli In ndmnco I S3 OiMf pyimrnl li i not made In ndvnnce l InturMt ulwny clmrgul ftom th mlorthe tar. POETRY. Tor tlici Will eh man & Journal. The following Unci wew compoicd by b. woman over shtj' years of ojp, on tlio receipt of n Idler from a ion, tn ilia West, who oxprcssAfl a ilrong ilculro ttiat tlio 11 J3lBTlf Txai".liool( tc annexed to our Union. ' tflien fort and fro win nnri frlenJf grote col J, And yon In iliilitnt clime Kcmcmber wliern your frlomli rcilJn Who cUantia nut Willi tlio lime Deep hi our hearts your Intero-a lici, t'.ngtavrtl hv iialutoN haiii Tlio chiM ami brother can't fur get, Tho' In n diilunt Unit, Thoiitrti ilitT'rcnt view in potitlrU , And ('Uiot ihlngj Im'hKI', Hut ypt tlio knot which nuturoN uratight Can never ho it illicit 1 Anil "Urn lonrt Star," of which you pcak...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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