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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 August 1842

J J- yJ-tN yj-JSs. S SV l XV A V - XV J (1x7 XN A 1 II us V ROME, VOT,. XVI. ) II 11 L I NGT 0 N, VERMONT, PHiD-AY, AUGUST No. 9. rax ' (C k: NOT THE GLORY OP C .21 S A R BUT T US WELFARE OP pmnTiMiiwiir. mrnmn n i tmmvr 11 iiiiMumdwuemiiUCT! MiiVkmt vmsnmw mm m ytf-fa ! hii 11 1 mu i-iari-ff7BiaTEg.gzarj .gwg3S3PC:j;3giJ5Sr'Cr "STTwiScisa EXCHANGE .HOTEL, Water slrcr.1 , at the head of tho Steamboat Wharf lliirllnglnn, Vermont. 11Y MOSES L. 1IAKT. riUIS c-tabli-htncnt, .o Mvornhly Incited for llie JL nci-oiiiiiio.latiou of tlia hii-iic-. ntnl travelling t'ontuiiinitv, i now oj en tci tin1 public. Pot Coache upon the various routes al the Exchange Hotel lor passengers, and those arriving or U-jmi Ifusj by Sieain llo.il, in which ea-o their b.u-g.ige is removed without charge, will linJ this hou.e peculiarly loihcir convenience. The keeper tender his service", wiih the a-.Mir.iuci.', that in all icpcft-, tin1 hous -hall do-etie the favor able con-i lerntioii of all who may patroni-o ...

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. — 5 August 1842

- - z kWIIIG STAT 13 Tll'Kl'.T. FOR oovnRNon, CHARLES PAINE. rort meut. oovr.nNon, WAITSTILLJl. HANNEY. for Tnr.ssunnn, JOHN S l A U L I) 1 N G . POIl SENATORS CHITTENDEN COUNTY. DAVID FRENCH, TRUMAN GALUSIIA. ANTI-TARIFF LOCOFOCOISM. No intelliucnt locofoco will hate tlicliardi liooJ to deny, that with a sinclu exception, all his party in Congrcf a voted against tlio tariff INor can it be denied that inn pany turnugnoiii the Union, for ton years past, nave noon strcn uonsly, openly, and docidedly opposed to pro lection, and in favor of free trade, upon the prin cinle that "domestic industry will lake cure of i' self." Nor, can it bo denied that a majority of tho loco leaders in this Stato now pretend to hive become converts to protection, and liko all vonnir nrofesporp, hivo displayed a now born zoal in the cause. Hut if they arc ready lo lest their sincerity by their deeds, why not rally un der tho banner of protection at once, and cut loo.o Irom their party in Uongrcss winch oppo...

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. — 5 August 1842

From the X. 0. ricayunc. Lathst mom Texas. In engagement Uith tlit Me.ricn is- Tho rastriiimins eteamsliip New York, Cant. Wn-lit, armed yesterday morning faum Gal veston, biiitfrtng dates to llio 17th nisi. A cornier turned at Houston from Lipantitlan on llio 1 Itli inst. lirinKitifi despatches front Gen. Davis, commander or the forces at that post, in which tho parhcu'ars of an action witli the Mexicans r detailed. Wo Rive m extract fiom Hit!, ln is' letur lo the Tamil Secrulaty of War, Col. Hockley : HcAn (iUAHTnui Ti.x.vn Voi.usTr.nra, ? Camp I.ipantitlan, July 7, IS 12. 5 This morning about dnyhsiht, Cic enemy seven bun tired strong, cub ml our old encampment, and in n few minutes nil irked us in our now portion, which they hept up fur about twenty minute", and then made nlntv retreat. Three Mexicans weio left dead on the hV!l. and from their trails many weri' drained olf tlicir killed and wounded rouM not have been less than thiriy men. I am happy lo inform yon thai c had not ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 August 1842

"lis tonchcJ liU harp,aiul nations licanl, cnlranccil." From the Lautsttlte ICy. Journal. THE GOLDEN RINGLET. Here is a little golden trc3s Ofsoft, imbtaidcd hair, The nil that's left of loveliness That once was thought so f.nr ! And yet, though titno has dimiti'd its sheon, Though all beside hatli tied, I hold it here, a link between My spirit and the dead. Yes, from this shining ringlet still A mournful memory springs, That nulls my heirt, and sjnd.i a thrill Through all it. trembling sitings. I think of her, the loved, tbo wept, Upon whose forehead fair, Kor rightern years, like sunshine, slept, This golden curl of luir. Oh, sunny trees ! the joyous brow Whcro thou dnlsl lightly wave, Wilh all thy sister tresses now Licscjld within the grave. That cheek is of Us bloom bereft : That eyo no more i gay ! Of all her beauties thou art lift A rolilary ray. Four years have pTsed, this very Jurin, Sinco last we fondly met four years ! and yet it seems too soon To let the) heart forget To...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 August 1842

s a n dot t ii n vCLTAnu or noimn. SSTZLETO2SBBSJT32ia: VOL. ATI. Vub:r street, nl the krtuhfth Ut amhttt Wharf Hiultii?(nn, Vermont. BY MOSES L. HART. TOIIIS establishment, so lavoiably located fur the -- accommodation of the. biisuc.snnd traveling community, is now open to the public. Po-i Coachc' upon the various routes call at llio Lxchan o Hotel lor passengers, ami those iimiing or ih-iiarlinr; .Steam Hunt, in which case llicir uass.Acei. removed without charge, will linJ thi, liou.esjeuliailv to their con ven k-rcc. ' 1 The keeper tenders his services', wnh the assurance, that in all re-pects the lm, shall dt.-crvu the favor- c coniueranon tn an who may iiatroin-e it. ilurlinton, April I, ISI2. .i3,r GEORGE II. PECK, Attorney nnil Counsellorat l,nv, TWO HOOK'S EAST Or THE rOsT OITICK.VP TAIP.S. Rclfcrto Messrs. J. -v J. ll.VECK C. Nov. 10. A. ROIiEIlT.SON, Ilarrlhter n ml Attorney nt I .aw, (Laic tit the qficeoflhc Hen. Solicitor Hat'I Day) I.ITTM? ST. J.niKS'S STRUCT. Montral...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 August 1842

PIBIB JKBIBi IWHUJ STATU TICKET. rdn liovunNon, CHARLES PAINE. ron i.ir.ur. eiovnnxon, WAITSTILLJl. ItANiW. ron Tnr..suui:n, JOHN S 1' A U L 1) I N O . SCNATotlS ClIlTTI'.KDr.X COUNTY. DAVID PIIKNCII, TRUMAN OA LUSH A. ADDRESS OF Tim STATU comuTTKi: to tiii: wmos or vckmost. iviu.ow ciTiy.r.ss, Tun State Committee d"cm it their tltitv to address to you a fow words upon the present condition of our rotintrv, with special rofor- enco to tlio important questions, "pnn which you arc called incidentally to pronounce at the approaching clectbn. In its i elation to the af fairs of the nation, our R'llo election is ono nf unusual moment. It v, ill devolve upon the next legislature to elect a I'nited Slates f-'enator not only for the nnovpircl Irrm of the late incum bent, hut for the succeeding period of six yoars, and to district the stale anew for the choice of "eprcfcntatkcs in Cnngrces, nccnid ing to the provisions of the late act of appor tionment. l!y that art, the number of our Itc pr...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 August 1842

mittco of llio wliolo in tho Scntito Inst ovcn ing, iiml passed to n third reading. No fur ther amendments can, therefore, ho piopos cd, nnd it will undoubtedly pass to day or tomorrow. Mr. Calhoun lias tho floor upon It this morning, and will probably make one of his ultra Frco Trade speeches. G. W. L. TliU TARIFF RILL PASSED. Washington, Satuiday morning, ) August Gth 18-12. J Tho discussion on tho Turin" Hill was clos ed in the Senate at a lalu hour last evening, and Gallic- Hill was passed, without amend ment, by the following votes : Yeas Messrs. Archer, Harrow, Tlalcp, liayanl, Choate, Clayton, Conrad, Crafts, Crittenden, Dayton, llvtins, Huntington, Kerr, Mnngiuu, Meriick, Miller, Mnrchead, Phelps, Porter, Simmons, .Smilli, of la., Sprngiic, Tallinn Ige, White, Woodbridre 23. ix'AYS Messrs. Allen, lSaghy, Uciilon, nucha nan, Calhoun, Cullibert, Fulton, Oinbani, King, Linn, McRoberts, Preston, Hues Sevier. Suiith, of ( 'onncc ticut, Sturgeon, T.ippiu, Walker, Wilcox, Williams,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 August 1842

"Ho tmtchcd his hnrp,tind nations heard, entranced." Ar i:vnxixo is summcu. VI) CHARLES II. KA6TMAS. The sun is down, dark crow the Rlailcs The starti are gathering in the deep And o'tr the earth night's misty shades Arc stealing, like o dream in sleep. Tlio wild it mils wandering through the sky, Stoop from their paths as day declines, And nestle with a sintering cry And weary wing, amoii the pines. The twilight fades, nni all the earth Tho night with solemn gladness fills; The moon, a fair as at her birth, Win re Ik at en is wedded to the hill", Through lit rcy clouds around her flung, Wheels up beside the s.ime sweet star, ,. That, with her, when the sky was young, Looked otcr Kdui from afar. And small white clouds, like tufts of down, L'lown o'er the ISosom of the deep. Arc wandering lound ihc mountain brown, As sweet thoughts wander when in sleep ; Whilu faintly in the west afar, Is lingering still the day's last light, Around those Itingly hills that bar The circled heavens fi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 August 1842

K NOT THE GLORY O T C iQ S A n n U T TUB w n l r a n n or none. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1S42. No. ll. EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, at the heail of the Stcamhaal Wharf Ittirlltiglon, Vermont. BY MOSES L. HART. rillllS establishment, so favorably located for the A accommodation of tliu biiiie-s and travelling community, is now open to tlie pul.li;'. Post Coaches upon the various rouie fall at tho Exchange Hotel or ii.ii'n?cr, and those arriving or departing ly Steam lloat, in which oii-o their baggage is removed without charge, will linil this house peculiarly to their convenience. , The keeper tender his services, Willi the assurance, that in all respects, the hous lmll deserve tlio favor able consideration of all who may patronise it. Hurli'iiton, April 1, 1S42. dSlf. GEORGE II. PECK, Attorney nnd Counsellor at Law, two poors kast or the tost office, rr srAins. Refer to Messrs. J. A. J. H.PEG'K & Co. Nov. ID. A. KOHEIITSON, llarrlstcr anil Attorney nt ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 August 1842

mm ggMBga WHIG STATU TICKET. ron ovi;n,oR CHARLES PAINE. TOR MBUT. uovnnxon, , WAIT STILLJt. It ANNE Y. l'OR TRUASURHR, JOHN SI'AULDINO. FOR Sr.VATORS CI1ITTCNUE.V COUNTY. DAVID FRENCH, TRUMAN GALUSIIA. VETO MESSAGE ! To the IIjuc of Jl.prescn'.aticcs of the failed Males. It is with unfeigned regret that I find myself tinder the necessity of returning to tho House of Represen tatives, with my objections, a bill enliile.l "An act to provulo revenue fiom imports, and to chain and modify existing laws imposing duties on import, and forotlier purposes." .Nothing can be more painful to any individual called upon to perform thcchicf E.xea utivo duties under our limited Constitution, than to bo constrained to withhold his assent fiom an iniporlant measure adopted by the Legislature, yet ho would neither fulfil the kyli purposes of his station, nor con sult the Iruo iutciesls, or tho solemn will of tlio Peo ple, tho common constituents of both branches of the Government by yielding Ins well...

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. — 19 August 1842

A Curat Gun. Captain Stockton lias had constructed n wrought iron camion, that will throw ft hall weighing one liundrcd and twelve luutids". It vvas tested yesterday, at the Phil. adclphia Navy yard. 'I'lio largest charge of powder used was forty-five pounds. Kmhwant' at fiur.r.r.o 'I'ho nunihcr of cnn'rants th.it had arrived up to Saturday, was 30137. During tlio saino period last year, the arrivals were UyJlD. Uiiiii'it Starvation. Tlio intelligence rc n.inil vestcrdav from St. John, N. 15, is of a very distrcssiiij,' nature. A great proportion of the recently arrivcu iniinigranig aio wauuurmg about the Mrccts, penniless and houseless, with out the possibility of procuring work. In con. sentience of tlio prevailing distress, a special nmptiiirr of magistrates was hold to take into consideration the condition ol tlio numerous poor, and to devise measures for their immedi ate relief, as well as to provide against tlio ap preaching fall and winter, should circumstances render assista...

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. — 19 August 1842

"IIo touched his hnrp,nnd nations hoard, entranced." Tiin PLEASURE OK THE GOOD, uv jamhs rAiiur.R. Cling to tlic world in roy health, And drink the sweet alluring pleasure i Bow at the golden shriuo of wealih, And worship times': bewitching trcnsitrc ; nut know the hour of pain will come, And sickness bring its euro decay, To wrap in gloom our happy home, And quench the sunlight of to-uay. Twino ye the green hay wreath of joy, Aid hind it on the hrow of gladness, And let no warning voice alloy, No whispeiiug spirit hrcatho of sadness j l'or full shall he the meed of bliss. Whose hold on time o soon shall sever, Who has no oilier world than this, And with it loses all forever. Pale sickness with its train of woc, Misfortune, penury and grief, The mournful f.ito which autumn throws Over the sure and yellow leaf, The good man's doom on earth may he, And he may struggle hard v iih fate ; Hut sweet the rest his Soul shall see, When worlds lie wrecked and desolate. troaty, nrnl n little r...

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. — 26 August 1842

M v N O T T II E C L v T TUB w n l r a n c or home. '"" " or c n s a a a VOL. XVI. EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, at the hcajof the Steamboat Wharf Hut linston, A crmont. BY MOSES L. MART, nmilS c-laUi-hnicnl, so favorably local U C the JL accommodation ol the liii-nes ami ir ivcu m. community, Is now open In the public, i u-i I'Oiini nnnn t V.iriO.H ITlll'CS H HI IUO 1 .M iiu.ii. i- imil (or passenger-, nnd those nrrivms or itc-puiling I Sieiui Uoal, in which oa-e "bcir b.igsa-re is remove without elnrge, will lum im m ii-.-1".. j miuci convenience. . , n.i... i. i,..,,!,'.. 1U -emce-. Willi the assurance thai in all re-uivl-, tin- huu -hall de-ervc the favurl able consideration of nil who may patronise It. Hurlinton, April 1, IS12. 43r. ' GEORGE H. I'ECK, Attorney atnl t'ouiiscllorat Law, two doors east ofthk rnT orrRr.tr STAIRS. Refer to .Messrs. J. & J- H. I'ECK & Co. Nov. 19. A. ROBERTSON, Barrister r.tul Attorney nt Law. tLatt in the oftceoflhe Solicitor Gen't Day) LITT...

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. — 26 August 1842

WllIC HTAT13 TIl'KUT. von dorciiNoi:, CHARLES PAINE. foii LinuT tiovunxoit, WAITSTILLK. RANNIiY. Fon TUf.Asuitr.u, JOHN SPA ULDIiNO. tor sr.x vrnns currrr.xit:.v cou.vrv. DAVID FRENCH, TIIUA1AN GALUSltA. (1 ran J Mi- Cimn'yWM. L. SOWLRS. ur.poiiT ov tui; sih.hct rommitti'.i: on TitK T.TO, UV.Al) UV Jill. .1. a. ADAMS The f tlccl Committer, to whom was referral the Mcs-atir ul lite PrcMilrntuf the Unitad .Stati-9 return ing to tins House I lie act, whirh originated in it, "In ptovtdo revenue from import!), and tochaiiso f.ii'j modify cxis'ing laws unposim; dulii'S on imports, and for oilier piupuse a," with his olije'iitions to it, with iualriiclKMH to report thereon to tfie lloiee, line at leinii'J to lliat suivicy, and respectfully report! Tho .Mi'ss.150 is tnu last of a scries of r.xeculivo tniii."urcs tlio result of winch In been to ilefnt an.l nullify tlio whole aelion of the l.e'ijulative authority of tins I'liion, upon thu most important interests of the nation. . Vt the acces...

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. — 26 August 1842

who practice such double dealing anil shuffling I worthy ofbeins trusted as friends of the nations interests ! 1 think nut. As for the assertion j that it is the Whi-rs who are unfriendly to pro lection, it is tho most ridiculous absurd falsehood ever coined by party malice, just as if men of common sens-o can bo mailo to behove that those who have over advocated a measure, framed it introduced it, and wore tho only ones who vo ted for it in Consressare its enemies ! O shame! where is thy blush 1 I have no fears however of the justico of the decision, which the peoplo of Vermont will render on tho approaching olcc tion, and with them I am willing to rest tho case. A VOTnll OI' HUNTINGTON. Huntington Aug. 10, 1312. At n meeting of tho Whigs of Grand Islo County at tho Court House in North Hero on tho 15th inst. for tho purpose ol nomina ting a candidate for Senator, the Hon Sam uel Adams called the meeting to order, and on motion, Joct. Ai.t.n.v, Esq. was elected chairman, and A. C.I...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 August 1842

"lift touched liisharp.atid nations licarJ, cnttanced." which tiiinos am: a shadow. I fiivn stream whose vacs Here brijht With iiiorninn's dnz.hur slt'Cii) I3ut clazzling cloud, ere fall of ninht, Had darkened oVr the scenes "Mow hkctliat tide," My spirit sighed, 'This) life to me huh been I'' The cloud dispersed ; the glowing west Wan bright with closing day, And on the river's peaceful l.rcnst Shone forth the sumct ray : My spoil cuuqht Tho soothing thought Thujliib may pass away. I saw a trco wi h ripening fruit And shady'fuliagc crowned; tljtnh! an u.tc was at its root, And fell'd it to the ground : Well might that trco Recall to mo The doam my hopes had found. The firo consumed it i but I saw Its smoke ascend on hih j A shadowy type, beheld with avvo, Of lhat which cannot die, Ihu from the urate Shall rio to crave A homo beyond tho tky 1 THE GIRDLE OF FlItE. 11 V rr.ncu: it. sitnt.no.v. Tho lower counties of Now Jersey nir proverbially barren, being covered with mi nimise, fore...

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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. — 2 September 1842

is. .4 S V s.V !) IJ O T T II 73 GLORY O V C a rt D U t a a u n i r a n a op no at n. IWITIl?.-iltin-.3 VOL. XVI. n II tt L I NUT 0 N. V E U M 0 N T, V II 1 1) A V. S E P T E M 15 13 II 2, l Si-'. No. ft BXCUANGB HOTEL, Water strut, at the henJ vf the Steamboat Wharf lluillm-ion, Vermont. BY MOSl.S h. 1IAUT. THIS establishment, 'O favorably located for llie ai'ioinnioil.ition of I lie Im-iic-and ir.ivt'llm.; coninrinitv, i how open 1" the pill In'. Po-t Cuadies upon 1 lie v.ino i rJU'e- rail at the l.xcli.in.'c Hotel (or passengers, ami those arnvinr or ik-pnrlini I y fsieiin lloat, in win h i-i: lliotr b.K":iiM. ictnove-l with m ch.tr.re, w ,11 hud this huu-u peeuli.ttly lo iheir conrcn ieii'-c. Tno keeper ten k.r his en lot;., with the assurance, tint in nil rc-pr 't-, In." holt, lia II tie erte the fiioi al.le i-on i: Icr i .ion of all who in.iy patroiii-c il. llurliuinii, April 1, IS 12. -13 f. Attorney :ilul (.'ounirllnrat Law, two poosr r.hi or nm tost oiFicn,t.r t-TAins. Refe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 September 1842

Is OR GOVERNOR, CHARMS PAIWE FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, WAITSTELJL U. RANNEY; For JOHN Foil SENA TORS- CI David French, GRAM) IS 114 COUNTY, William L. Bowles. FOR TOWN ItEPRESENTATIVK, I from llio Vermont Waicltmaii mid Journal The Crisis. It is alw.ivs the duty of a ltlli,'cnt republican to net md'-pcndi ntly of : 1 1 :itinii nf Mirns or elsfeat, so far a regards the rc-nll of an i lection. I'v tins, wc do mil mean that lie should n-i'l.U lv di-re-card all eon-idcrntious nf prudcni-e or expc'di' m-v, Inn only th.it when ciiiiccsioii' arc tntiirid f Imil, involving a Mcrtji'C f principle, he should never yield. The present ciiiMonrpnrtlcu1 irly ii'ipiiring fii tic ncssnnd decision, Tiiu lrit ml nf llio people have b"cn signally eli-lcateel in tlnir ill'i! n Ion i-me enn'i di iin; in the rriliiina council", ami to fiirni-h iho peo pin w.than uniform curieiiey, hy the bans! lie.iehi ry and Irainl. It maj not bo amiss to spend a brief moment in reviewing the In, lory of the pint and in lear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 September 1842

Till! HAM. IS MOTION. Till. I'lOfl.B 111 (. IS Til M'I'.AK nfT A HON in Xj;u Ji:M.Vt Hun .Maiii.mn 1)icki:au.n and Col. Jusci'ii Jackson, tivu nf I liu most ironii. nciit loaders of the old J ichs.ui Vnn Huron par ty in New Jersey, liavo bucu induced by tlio ru inous policy and tlio destructive and suicidal course of tlie rciniiantuf the once powerful party to which they were attached, to come out pub. licly with a declaration against them. lion. Uickerson, as is well known, was for some time a prominent Jackson .Senator in Congress and afterwards Secretary of the Naty in the Cabi net of Jackson. They both participated in a meeting of the cititens of Morris County, atllockway, in rela tion to the alarming condition of the manufactur ing Interest. Mr. .Saml. Sj. Ueacii having been called to the chair, a series of resolutions urging Congress to make a 7'arill" before it adjourns, was reported by a committee consisting of Messrs. Andrew 11. Cobb, S.iml. 11. llalsoy, Saml. K. Uightor, H...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 September 1842

M3witwttai,wiMfiiiivwtyMifm.iit. r A 42. stuisD . J J J il -if-. IIa t-uchcd bis hnrp.aiidiniioiislicnid, entranced Von Cic Act- Urkann I'ieatntnt. song ok tiii: rippli:. Pml! am I not ajiyous ihinjl l'ml, purl I I daily siujl 1 c.imcfrom the niumt'.niiis faraway, I cript throiu-h n rock that was old and stay, And I danced to st c llie light of day, As I leaped from the mountain spring. l'url, purl I it is bright to lio A n-aic of the ocean, wild nnd free I Adown the mouiitiin 1 dirt and slide, round ll'.o pcblilo I curl and li.lc, Sin my song to tho ilnucin-r tid .', And spccdui;- away lu tho tea. Perl ! O, many long years ago, Too full of pleasure to note or kiuv.v, I bore im my hos.mi a iVijiing chip. As I sjujrht the plain? lor a fonwnnl trip, And I smiled to toss the ocean ship O.i my foaming breast of -now t Over the prairies nnny n mile 1'nrl.n;', purl tig all the while! I was ones lint a tli.ip of the mountain snore, Het 1 ruie and swell as away I jp, Urn-bier and larger lli...

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