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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 January 1846

GrccnficM and Northampton road, and that to Drat ilcboro only twenty or twenty ono and o quarter miles, making together, SJ7 or 23 miles for conslruc non. Wo have also shown that a single road by ihc way of Greenfield would be nine or ten miles urthcr to Uraltlcboro, and would require thirty miles of construction. Wo have shown that to adopt the latter courso )ou would incur a heavy ex cuse, merely for the purpose of doing an injustice la tour stockholders, and incommoding and injur ..... mill mav Iiq losinrr two-thirds nf iIia hn.inp.. nlncli would fall on cither. But the pamphlet threatens to build a road from Oreciificld to Uraltlcboro, (wo presume whether uith or without tho consent of Vermont,) and to rnal the road to Grout's. It goes further, and in forms jou that nothing aboto Grout's can escape you. In other words, that this entire region can he compelled, to the. end of time, to pay to tho vil. lage of Greenfield this nine or ten miles of tribute! Allow us to remark that co...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 January 1846

wMmntwiy tmY ii-sWilV, ", nisi m M.i.wii Prom the Mirror. The Old Raid's Soliloquy. sr Will. I. Hinu IHELDOM, I Aa J l ire ! ! think it strange 1 Tfce men do not propoie Thev say the times ire very hard I'm sure, the are Air beam. LaeS. ili I've lreel and waited here, la hopes the gents would call j It seems to me almoit a year, Since the ha to come at fell. I'm always cheerful some times gt, AbJ dreis with greateil cam The stupid men will not propose, And here's ray first grey hair ! IV says lie's getting tired out Of purchasing Cologne, And such 1 hopeless case as mine, Ma' thioks u never known. I wlih I could the mystery solve No calls ! how late it grows When I'm so vcr lad-Iike, Why don't the men propose f Jaekeon. Mich., 10W. StgriCttltttVfll. A Little I'nrm Well Tilled. The creates! obstacle to the improvement ofAp' riculturo in New England, is ttie propensity, the mania I might well call it, to own more land than lie tan till to advantage. Anil it is thus that we sec scatter...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 January 1846

"'rwli- I SI Jmmiln Newspaper, $cuotci) to Politics, Cjomc Jntmstrji, News, &cjtini Ituve ana (General 3nt lligcncc. VOLUME XII. BR ATTL.ERORO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 18 46. NUMBER 1 T 1 PUBLISHED F.VEIIY THURSDAY BY WM. K. ltYTIIEK. OFFICE Xo. 2 WHEELER'S STM'E LTILDL.G. 51,50 (tah) in Adrancei 51,75 at the end of th year, for C months 83 cents, In advance j otherwise 51,00. V illage tub. senbere S1'"3! to Advance, or 3,00 at lie end of the year. 87 1-2 cti. in advance for an month. So piper will be discontinued unlets at the dUcrction of the publither, until all arrearage! ire paid. tCF Advertisements or any considerable length should be handed in aa toon ai Tuesdty Doming, Smilf once eirlr on Wednesday morning. Business Cards. K1RKLAM) & FLANDERS, Counselors & Attornies at Law, Hekrt Flakdles. DRATTLEBOItO, T. K5- Office, st the corner of Main and High Sli, over the Bookstore. Business attended to in the counties of Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Man. Ilrattleboro, De...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 January 1846

tion, employed Engineers who went upon the Bald winnllo route, and were able, in the limited time allowed them during the hearing, to make impor tant improvements upon Mr Harvard's line; and though they had not limo to prepare and aubmit careful estimates, it was obvious to thoso who wit nessed the proposed alterations upon llio ground, that they were great improicments upon Mr Hay ward's line. l)y these changes of the line, tlio ob jectionable curves were avoided, the grades reduc ed to nearly if not quite tho standard of the Win chendon line, and the distance shortened three quarters of a mile, And it appeared obvious that these improvements could be made without any in crease of tho aggregate expense, and probably with n reduction. It was also shown, at the hearing, that the Winchcndon lino passed through a suc cession of swamps, in which the soundings in dicated a depth of mud from ten to twenty-six feet, and in somo places the swamps were so soft as to render it almost certain ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 January 1846

List of Votes for "County Commissioners," January, 1SIG. License. Jlntt IJctnse, a 9 n s 5 f i 5 a p f - a s 1 Q r S. i D 10 10 19 40 40 40 SH Sd 2t) u il 11 SIR SIS 215 209 209 209 60 DO M 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 111 111 111 1H 18 18 C3 C3 C3 77 77 77 40 4G 40 35 35 35 CO 50 &0 CD C9 C9 42 43 49 21 24 21 70 70 7G 4 4 4 I held. lOd 108 103 37 37 37 60 83 8G 50 43 50 33 3.1 33 11 11 U 13 13 13 3 3 3 7d 7d 78 127 127 127 53 53 51 11 11 11 49 49 49 49 49 49 urn, 41 41 41 53 53 53 30 29 30 103 103 1U3 77 77 77 74 74 74 Athtni. It rook line, BralUrboro, DummcMon, I)orrr, (JoiHord, (Iriflon, Ihlifsi, Jimaica, Londonderry, Mirltwro. I'utory, no raeeli ."Srvrranp, Hockincham. g' ration, gnnirrsrt, Ti.wnihend, Wrnon, t lnlingham, Wilmington, no r Windham, Wrstmi niter, Wardnboro, 1201 1295 1290 10C8 10GG lOCd Election of Commissioners We have received returni fromiercral Count. ei which ihovr the following reault : ,inti Lie true. Ucense. Windsor, Windham, Rutland, Caledonia, Addison,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 January 1846

aft'.' I , 1 Slgricttlttttal. To Farmers' Dauouters Dear Oirlil lie leive ms when ( say that 1 love you (not because I wont to marry you myself, but because I want thoso who marry you to get 'a fortuno') that 1 feel interested in your welfaro in your future prosper ity anJ happiness. Certainly, when I consider that the safety and prosperity of our beloved country is resting upon tho shoulders of your sex that the patriotism and peace of all classes of our citizens nre at your disposal, how can I but feel an interest, aye, a lively interest, in the course your inexperi enced minds, or erring footsteps, may take 1 I am well aware that you do not realize tho extent of your responsibility as livers in America mat you lo not consider tho many weighty duties you ore called upon and bound to discharge that the in struments you can wield aro ever effectual in the overthrow and extermination of that which destroys fio pith of domestic and national happiness. With sorrow I confess, and am for...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 January 1846

WTBa-- "IT Vjflijitj.i 1) hernia 51 Jamiln aos-papcr, Scootco to Politico, C)omc SnoitDtnj, Ncroo, Agriculture ana (General 3nt( Uigcna. VOLUME XII. HR ATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2218 4M. IWIBER2 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY WM. 13. UTTIIEK. OFFICEXo. 2 UIIEELEtt'S STOXE BCILDKO. 51,50 (cah) in Adftncot 51,7.5 it the end of the year. For I. MAnlka PJ1 null In - .1 -..., - . iTI fsn 111 t. renbort 51,75, In Atlvanco, or C2(t)0 at the end of tbojeir. 87 1-2 cti. in atlranre for ii moo lb 1. Pso tnpf r will be tit (continued untmi at tie ilitcrctioa or the publisher, until ill arrearage! ire paid. ffT Adrcrlucment of any connJcralle length should be hinded in as toon ai Tuctdiy morning. Small ones early 00 Business Cards. K1RKI..VM) & .'LANI)..I,S, Counselors & Attornies at Law, F.dwihd KinEtinn, HcKRT FlaXDERS. lmATTLrnono, yt. tCjr Oilier, at the corner of Main and High S(, over the Bookstore Business attended to in the counties of Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Man. Urattl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 January 1846

Speech of Cnssius 31. Clay In New YorL Ladies and Gentlemen Fellow Citizens op New York : To bo received as I have been on this occasion, by such an audience as this, is an honor which has not fnllcn to the lot of many men. If I were ambitious, my ambition lias been fully sa tiated. Hut I do not take to myself this ebullition of enthusiasm. It is because I cherish the feelings, on the great question of liberty, which aro deeply seated in the American heart, that I have received this hearty welcome. And I must hero return to my friend here, who voluntarily yielded his talents and his press to my countenance, at a time when countenance was worth something, my most heart felt thanks. I know that there are said to be in this country two parties, which, from the very na ture of things, must exist in all countries a party i)f conservatism, and a parly of progression. I hare not the implicit confidence and faith in the perfec tion of the race, which some hare; but when I look at the past, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 January 1846

1 coKHEsroxtiEXCE of the riur.xix. St. Louis, 30th Dec. 1815. Mr. Editor I'rom its source to its confluence with the Ohio the "Inland Sea" is wrapt in an icy covering that would do credit to eastern manufacture. The ueathcr beaten mariner now revels in extravagant indulgences on shore, while his "tempest tostcd" steamboat lies moored at the levec. Tor many years "The Great father of Waters" was only reckoned 'a right smart stream for a new country ; but since the late remarkable gathering at Mem phis, greatly enlarged perceptions of matters and things in general have freely circulated, and the "Inland Sea" idea of the distinguished nullificr is generally and enthusiastically entertained. Here after, the vesper breath of the Mississippi, richly imbued with the grateful and life-preserving aroma of the adjacent bottoms, will be thrico welcome ; and it is believed that mid-summer sighs for the cooling breezes of the Atlantic shore will no long er be heard, This "Inland Sea" possesses m...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 January 1846

- Matrimony. 1 The mm inuat lead l hippy Ufa 2 Who's free Irom matrimonial chsIos. 3 Who li directed by a wife, 4 Is sure to suffer for his paint. 1 Adam could find no solid peace 2 -When Evo wag gircn Tor a mate, 3 Until ho saw a woman's lace, 4 Ad.im was io a happy atat.. 1 tn all the female face appear, C ItTpocritj, deceit and pride, 3 Truth, darling or a heart aincere, 4 .Wer known In woman to rcaide. 1 Wli.tl tongue la ahle to unfold 5 The falsehoods that In woman dwell, 3 .The worth in woman we behold, 4 la almoat imperceptible. 1 Cursed be the foolish man I ssy, 2 Who changes from bia singleness, 3 Who will not yield to woman'a sway, 4 Is sure of perfect blesaedneaa, DTo adroealethe ladiea' cauie, Jou will read the 1st and ana Zd and 4th lines, together. The New York Tribune relates a singular story of a man in Philadelphia by the name of llichard French, w ho was supposed to bo in moderato cir cumstances, nntl being involred by becoming en dorscr for his employer lo the amo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 January 1846

5t JTamilii Newspaper, Bmolci to politics, Jjjomc Snbustrn, Ncius, Slgrtai Iturc anl (General intelligence. VOLUME XII. BRATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 18 4, NUMBER 23. PUBLJSHKD EVERY THURSDAY BY WM. 13. UYTIII2U. OFFICE Xo, 2 WIIHELCK'S STOSE BUILDIMJ. 51.50 (cli) in AdTinco j $1,7.5 t end of tho tear. For C montfn HJJ rtnti, in advance i otherwise 1,00. lllage aub fenhn S 1 ,75, in Alliance, or StjJO at the end of Uioyear. 87 1-2 cti. in advance for aix montlia. No piper will be discontinued unlt-a at the diarrction or the publuber, until all arrearage! are paid. 7 AJtertucmenti of any considerable length ilrauld be litmlcd in aa aoon aa Tuesday morning. Small onca early cn Wcdnejdaj morning. rr Business Oards. iilUKUM) & ri,AM)i;its, Counselors & Attornies at Law, EniVIRD KlRELAND, llt.VRT FLAKDF.RS. DnATTLEIIORO, VT. tCj Oflice, at the corner of Main and High Sta, c rr the Bookstore. Business attended to in the countiea of Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Man. llrattl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 January 1846

State Temperance Convention. Tho annual convention of tho Vermont Temper anco Society, waa held (it Vcrgcnncs on tho Mtli and I5th inst. Tho various sections of tho Stato wero well represented in tho convention, delegates being present from nine of tho fourteen counties. The following resolutions, reported by tho busi ness committee, wero adopted, moat of them unani mously. 1. Resolved, that tho ovila brought upon commu nity by tho silo of intoxicating liquors as a bever age, arc sufficiently appalling to make all philan thropists shudder, and should prompt them to seek a remedy. 2. Resolved, that to encourage as a remedy tho licensing of stores and cellars, or houses, for the sale of such liquors to all who wish to buy, which is contended for by all or at least most of our op posers, is as preposterous as to promote tho cause of virtue by licensing houses of gambling and ill fame. 3. Resolved, that while wo approve of the gener al provisions of tho licensolaw as affording a means o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 January 1846

long known. It need not augment the terrors oflho European alarmist, ami it certainly will not change the resolved or add to llio preparations oflho British Cab inet. It Is already resolved anl prepared. Mr Polk, after adverting to the recent negotiations an. I attempts at compromise before he came into ollice, informs us of what he haa done towards the conclusion cl this unfortunate dispute. In reading his simple, nar rative, it becomes necessary to remember that an American exists in a sphere, of his own, and can hard ly be judged by European ideas of moderation, decen cy, and honor. The President takes great credit to himself for having made an oiler which ho acknowl edges to he lost llian what the llrltish Government has repeatedly declined : "In consideration, too, that under the conventions of 1818 and 1827, llio citizens and subjects of the two Powers held a joint oecnpancy of the country, I was Induced to makeanollier cll'ort to settle this long pend ing controversy in the s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 January 1846

4bBW sss, ;rrTirr- 'm Signcultiwal. liiilinii Corn. In actual value to tho country, It I) probable our Indian corn crop is not exceeded by any other of our agricultural products. Adapted in come of its varieties to every part of the United States ; exceed cd in nutritive powers by few if'any of the cultiva ted plants; cultivated with great case, and only requiring one season for its perfection, it is not surprising that corn should be a general favorite, nnii that morn land should bo employed in the pro duction of this crop, than any other. Tho corn crop of the United States may safely be estimated at 400,000,000 of bushels j and its value 8105,000, 000 annually. Immense as is the quantity of corn produced, it must be evident to all, that this quanti ty might be greatly increased, even were no more land devoted to its culture, by a more skillful hus bandry. It is only by this course, indeed, in tho oiu states, that any increase of quantity is to be ex pected, sinco no considerable, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 February 1846

Jfamtln Newspaper, Pcuoti i) to politics, fjomc Shbusttrn, .News, SVcjricu Ituvc anfc (general 3tati llirjcncc. VOLUME XII- HI? ATTIjE KORO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, It 4LG. NUMBER 24. 1 E rUDLlSUCD KVF.RY THURSDAY BY Win. 10. kvtiii:k. OFFICE o. 2 WHEELER'S STOXE BUILDISU. 510 (rush) In Advance j S'.73 at the erd of tlm jr. For C montlis U3 rrnta, in aJvsnco ) olhcrwuc S1,0) ilUge au1 acnliert 5 (."A, In Advance, or 52,00 at the end of the tear. 07 1-3 eta. in atlrance for an months. No paper Hill bo discontinued untcsa at the dmcrction of the publisher, until alt arrearages are paid. QT7" drcrtlemcnti nf any considerable length should be handed in as aoon at Tuesday morning. Small onca early on Wednesday morning. Business ards. KlKKIiAM) & l'LANDEUS, Counselors & Attornies at Law, Edwird Kiuvlakd, miATTLKIlono, VT. llE.inr 1H.NDEI15. ' td Office, Ql (he corner of Main and High Sis, over the Uonkstoro Businen atlenJetl to in the counties ol Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Mass...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 February 1846

SECnr.TAltY OF TUB TREASURY AXR THE TAIUi'l'. Mn Stewaiit's Speech on tho report of tho Secretary of the- Treasury, mido in tho House of Representatives, on a motion to instruct the com mittee on ways and means to report that no alter ation ought to he made in tho Tariff of 1842, ox poses the fallacies of the Secretary in n manner so plain, that we see not how ho can well escape from the imputation of ignoranco and absurdity. To the Secretary's declaration that tho Tariff is unconstitutional, Mr Stewart opposes tho declara tion of Washington, Jefferson, Madison and Jack son. This, however, Air Stewart said, was hut one of tho extraordinary doctrines of this extraor dinary document. In rcferenco to the doctrine of protection, Mr Stewart said Tho Secretary told tho nation that the poor man was taxed eighty-two percent on cotton goods over tho rich man. Yes, this poor man seemed a special fjvorite of tho honorable Secretary. lie had introduced him ten times in the course of two paragra...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 February 1846

TWI.NTV-XINTH COXUUUSS. Monday, Jan. 2d. SENATE. An important dcbiilo occurred in relation to our foreign relations, on tlie motion of Mr Allen of Ohio, that his Reso lution, declaring the principles which will govern the United Slates in regard to the interposition of! European powers in tho political affairs of indepen dent American nations bo taken tip and considered hy the Senate. It was agreed that it ho considered liv a tote of 23 to -I. It will be remembered that a few days since, the Senalo rrfuscd to admit a sim ilar resolution. Mr Cass of Alich. expressed himself in favor of llic resolution, though not in its present form. He considered this Resolution as a protest against the dangerous doctrine of European interference in American affairs against tho application to us of the Huropean "balance of power," which had del uded Europe in blood, and suppressed every germ ol popular liberty in Europe; against the right of L.icat It r it a i 11 to make war upon llucnos Ayrcs be ca...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 February 1846

j n For tho Ffaotnlx. Voice of Her I Lore. Salt at gentle xephr' blow Mid the pearly dew drop fair, Where the light of ihadavr glow In the twee I tnd fragrant lr( Mild ii orbi that aparkle bright Jn the ixuijr throne aborc, Helming with their golden light, lathe voice of her I lore. Gentle la the lingering njr Of the aun'i departing glow, At the clove of nulling day Setting In the westward tow I Sweet aa erenlng'a balmy air Iluatling through the quiet grove, Soflljr waving leaflet there, li the voice ol her I love. Loveljr ai the moon-lea ma are On a calm December night, Smiling from their home afar In the diilant world of light Or the winda that gently aweep, And the placid wateri move, Or the lake tint ties asleep, la the voice of her I love. Pure as the cryatil stream Murmuring down the mountain's aide, With a transient, passing beam, Onward to the ocean glide Lovely waters sweetly flow, Weath the vernal sky above, All together mingle low, hike the voice of her I love. W. II. V I...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 February 1846

JTnmilii .Nciuspapcv, nUcuotcfc to 3olUic0, fyomt Sniiustrii, News, 5V,grtcn Uuvc ana (general 3utc lltjgcucc. VOL.UME XII. imA TTLEBORO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 18 40. NUMBER 25. PUBLISHED EVERY T1IUKSDAY BY ATM. 13. KYTIIEIt. OFPICEXo. 3 WHEELER'S STOXli BCItDIMJ. 51,50 (cnili) la AJrtncoi 51,73 tt the end of thejrear. For 6 montlia 83 cenU, In adince otherwise SI, 00. illage ub icnbert 5 1 ,75, in Advance, or $2,00 at tha end of the year. 87 12 cU, fn advance for ait montiia. No paper will bo discontinued unlen at the diacretion of the publisher, until all arrearage! are paid. 53" Adrertiaements of any conaiderahle length thould be handed in aa aoon aa Tuetdajr morning. SnialF onea early on Wedtiesdiy morning. Business ?ards. K1RKLANR & FLANDERS, Counselors & Attornies at Law, P"".?' ""ATTLUDOUO. VT. C3- Office, ot Ihe corner of Mala and High Sts, over (he Bookstore Businesi llendeil to in the counties of Cheshire, N. II.i and Franklin, Maw. Uratlleboro, Dee. SO, 1S45. Cm ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 February 1846

,,y i,-"- Vii',! lilyyiii I,, ill" " pwipHoinWii" ,.'..., j .ui'r'irit'1 1 oftlio prairie. In no park or artificially laid out grounds, would it ho possible to find any thing equalling these natural shrubberies in beauty and symmetry. In the morning and evening especially, when surrounded by a sort oflight grayish mist, and with the horizontal beams of the rising or setting sun gleaming through them, they offer pictures which it is impossible to get weary of admiring, Mr Neal was a jovial Kentuckian, and he receiv ed us Willi t lie greatest liospitalily, only risking in return all the news we could giro him from the Stales, It is difficult to imagine, without luring witnessed it, the feverish eagerness and curiosity with which all intelligence from their native coun- try is sought alter and listened to by these dwellers in the desert. Men, women and children, crowded round us; and it was near sunrise before we could escape from the enquiries by which wo wcro over- wncimcd, and retir...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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