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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 April 1845

WATjCilftlAN & JOUltNAL. v. r. wai.ton, j it., r.nrro't. MONTPELIER, riUUAY, APRIL 25, 1815. BOSTON AN!) MONTREAL RAILROAD. No. 111. An Important question to tlio stockholders in the proposed road, as well as to tlio merchant of Hus ton, te Which of the proposed routes will have the advantage in competition for freight and trade ? Wo propose to inalio a few suggestions touching this question, now. Having in our last shown that tho Central routo will very much better accommodate the business of VmnonltiiM will tlio Itullninl route, it is porhopj necessary now to show that the Cen tral route presents peculiar advantages to tho stock holders also. Tins, indeed, is doubtless tho mam question. Whether one routo is a littio longer or a littio moro costly than another, or whether tho business of one section of country is greater than another section, aro questions worth consideration, to bo sure but theso aro all absorbed in tho main question which routo will do tho moat business and p...

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. — 25 April 1845

FROZEN TO DEATH EFFECTS OF RUM. A man by tho namo of Ira, Leonard was frozen to death in Halifax, in this county, on the night of Tuesday the 8th Inst. Tho circumstances, as related to us, oro as fol lows, and although wo cannot vouch for their ex act truth, wo presume they oro correct. In Hal ifax tliero is no place where rum is sold " for the public jrood," under a license ; nnd tho deceased, in tho absence of his wife, started with his little boy for Marlboro, to get his jug filled. On his way ho directed his boy to go inton school house and n wait his lottirn. The boy waited much longer than ho 8iippoed to bo a sufficient time for his lather to rcturir, and started in search of him. At Marlboro ho ascertained that his father had got his jug re plenished and had started home. Tho boy relum ed to his homo in Halifax, but saw nothing of his father. Ho rcinjin.d iharo all night, and in tho morning related to a neighbor who happened to come to the house, tho circumstances. A search w...

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. — 25 April 1845

l'or llie Watchman nJ Journal. MAUNltMCKNT SPECTACLE. An cnitircctl ntul comprclionsivo mind can pic turo noBceSo more truly subluno and inagniliconl than would bo cxlilbotc.l by a u-orld al peace. 1 ho .iAi..in.. nfitKinrv mid Uionchicvomontfl or milita ry conquest nro transinitlcd from ago to ago, by tlic erection rof trhimplial aicltc-8, by joyous lostivi tica and glowing eulogies i but if tlio cfliision ol blood nnu tuo iriumpn 01 uauto aro -ivonuy ui bui.ii renown, how much moro worthy would bo tho con quest of I'cacc. Tho splondorf!, and blessing.", anil successes of such a conquest, would ricli.y merit monumental distinction, and deserve- far grlja;?r namo in tho annals of mankind, while Uio oxta ic ncclamation of a grateful people "on d echo and re-echo to the remotest points of tho nivcrsc. War would no longer comu.no the un mo iwo : ova nues of the earth; it would no I" 'S curso ami dry up tho current's of Wo, and nil tho worl with mutilated bodies and B.miicrc.l bones, an...

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. — 2 May 1845

VER MONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 25.--WIIOLE NO. 2011. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS 81,80 caili In ndvnnco S3 00 If rmjmcnt l not made In advanco) Interctt alivoyi charged from the nnd or tno roar. POETRY. Tor llo Watchman nod Journal. SPIRIT OF LIGHT! I LOVE THEE STILL. HI J. HAStLCtl DIOOtTT. 11 Bhe cime liko n dream In the dawn of life, 8he lied Ilka a ilmdow beforo it noon." Shilly. Spirit nf Light 1 I lovo theo .till ) Thy lrlue Ant lnpireJ my hoart The tondeieit mlttlence kindlod there, All that DlTcclloni pure Impart. Ye, I will lovo thee now, though Cono Tar henc, to livo In I'oraill.e I MctMnks I lee thco there, bl.'tt one ) There, there, for )o I turn my eyeil Spirit of Mjlil I I loo thco Kill I Thou wen too heautiful for earlli ! The iucetfit (lower doth fade and die, In clinioa unenUI to In birth. So thou, liko It, did'it lads and die, Thy morning life. Hint dawned to filr O, who had thou...

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. — 2 May 1845

u Wotin trio H0U90 of tho genera, stato of our Viege tiations, with tho United States, on this question. In tho year 1818 tho Northern boundary of tho pos sessions of tho United Stares ntid Great Britain, westward of tho Rocky Mountains, was defined. No agreement was matlo ns to tho country boyond tho Uocky Mountains j but a convention, signed between the two Governments in 1818, which was to contiiruo for ten years, gavo a right of joint oc cupation to tho subjects of each country. In 1821, nd again in 182G, Mr. Canning niado several at tempts to -como to an amicablo adjustment of our respectivo claims with tho American Government. Tlnso attempts cnliroly failod. At tho end or ton years tho convention expired. A now convention was framed in 1827 which continued in force, for ten years, the convention of 1818, with that provi so, that tho convention of 1827 should not ncccssa. rily dctormino by the lapso of time, but should ex- tend beyond tho term oi icn . ,.... minato aftor a year...

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. — 2 May 1845

LATESTJXEWS. .ler.'co. A fow days later news, warlike in its cli'.ractcr, lias been received. Virginia. The election has undoubtedly reso. ted in favor of Texas and Slavo-brccding directly, nn J of I.ocofocoistn incidentally. 110 ! FOR LEHANON. Tlicro is to bo a creat Roil Road moetlnff at Lei an n, N. II. on Tu. sJny next, tlio (ilh. flic bookB will bo onunod at that mcctitit for subscrip tions to tlio Stock from Concord to tlio mouth of white River. The friends of tho Central routo in Vermont aro invited to attend. IjITJJIt Alt Y HHOIST12K. Digest of Vermont Reports, ly V. T. Washburn, Esq., Wood nock, Haskell St. Palmer. This work, which Is unquestionably well don by Mr. Wnh. burn, ii Announced t.s ready Cur sale by tlio publishers. Popular Lectures on Scicnca nnd Art, by Dlonystus Lardncr 1 Mew York, (Jreoley & Mcl'.lrnlh. Wo have lecelved part of No. 1, Intended doubtless ns n specimen, Tbo number contains 12S oclnio paces, (lth hund tomo Illustrations,) well printed with r...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 May 1845

MAINE LOCOFOCOISM-A RICH PICTURE. Tim "ilomncrncv" of Maine it fiecma havo cot ten by llto oars on tlioeuMcct of tho new valuation law. It appears by tlio following remarks of Mr. Horry, n member of tlio Legislature from Lincoln county, tliat tlio Locofocos of Mnino arc at least very well acquainted with each other. Mr. Horry says : " I am opposed to tho nassarro of this bill. It is iiniiist In its onemtinna. nml will bear-most ttfirca sonably upon somo portions of tho Stato whilst it will improperly relievo other portions, by lighten- jug iiiuir uuruens uoiow wimt 11. uugm. Speaker, let mo mo tell vou and tho Democratic party in this House, that if this bill passes, it will givo tho Stato to the Wliigs. It oughti to over throw Iho ilmnnr.rntie oartV. and I liopo it Will. This Valuation is ono of tlio most corrupt nnd vil lainous things that was over concocted by any par ty. It was conceived in corruption, has been car ried on in corruption, and is ono mass of coruption from beginni...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 May 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 2G.--WIIOLE NO. 2012. WATCHMAN fc JOURNAL. In ttiirnncoi Interest always chnrgcu from llio end of Iho tear, POETRY. debates, IIo possesses talents of a remarkable or-1 iler. mid linn never vet assumed llio nosition in the Tr?hMS-Sl,S0cii.1i In n,lvnci $900 If pnyment Is not mailo Senate to which lie is tntitlcil-owillg, perhaps, to , on uaniiuiii fiisini'imauoii iur iumui.i wmiuiuji His pouors of analysis, scorching logic, nnd wit, both humorous nnd sarcastic, nro combined in such nrnnnrtinns na In tender him ono of tllO VOrV lmid- cst customers in debnto thnt a gentleman could fall in with, nnd to these nro ndded tlio advantages oi n majestic nnd singulnrly handsome person. Ho possesses n nnturuiiy irriiuuiu luinpumuicni, nimnus won his public honors, by moro forco of genius, without any of tlio factitious uids of party organ lzitimi. In logical nnd substantial imminen...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 May 1845

raising of cattle for market became the leading bu uincs.i7 mid was probably moro lucrativo than the raising of wheat. The cattlo from.tliu county bo gan to bo prized in market, anQ Aiblison becamons noted for the excellence of its cattle as for its wheat. The excellent grazingqualitics of tho soil wero known and appreciated. Indeed, I have heard it remarked, that tlto butchers of Urighton could distinguish, by the oppcaraiico nnd feel, tho fat cat tlo from this part of Vermont, from those in market from oilier places ; and that cattlo from this part ol tlio Stale, or tho same apparent flesh, had always llio preference with them, opening bettor, having a rrcatcr quantity of tallow, and beef of superior maltty and flavor. , , . , Improved breeds of cattlo were introduced into various parts of tho county by public spirited indi viduals. I believo there aro those present, who could conimunicato to tho society very interesting mid valuable facts, as to tlmeflect and genera re sults of t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 May 1845

TO TIM YOUNG LADIES. Wo would notlco that n Drawing School will bo opened on Wednesday next, by J. 0. Dadoer, nt his father's, wlicro ho will bo happy to givo instruc liona in tho tiso of tho pencil, and would, if desir ed, take portraits in crayon, which aro beautiful. Wo tako pleasure in thus noticing one who is desi rous of rising in thoart. His terms furtlio elemen tary principlea of drawing arts $3, for tho advanc ed class $.". Drawing materials found by him. Givo him a lift. Laic from Texas. liy the arrival, at n Into hour last night, of the steamship John S. McKim, Cttjit. Lewis, 7!) hours from Galveston, we aro in receipt of full fi cs of Houston and Galveston papers. Tho President has issued his proclamation con vening Congress on Monday, tho lotli day ot Juno next. Wo learn from tho proclamation that the Government of the United States has selected tho first and secondscctions of tho resolutions (llrown'a) its tho basis for consummating tho proposed union. It was rumored a...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 May 1845

LATER. PROM MKXIUO. , Officii ok tub I'icatomk, ? 'SumlaV iMorninL'.'H o'cloclt. S Tlic bdiooncr Fanny arrived nt this port this mor ninu with later advices from Vera Cruz. Wo nro itulcbtod to Cant. I'atl.orson for Vera Cruz dates oftho llth InsUi tlio schooner sailed on tho 12th, which is ten dnya later than our previous ml- ' Mexico has nor declared War against the United Stales i hut tho olllcial paper, of tho 3d inst. ail enounces that it is in possession of certain rnnvo rnunts on tho part of tho Government of a WoHiko character, which it is constrained to withhold from tha public, as stereo is the soul of military opera tions buUhit outm adds, that it trusts that tho speedy and successful issue of these operations win Boon relievo tho public curiosity in regard to tlicm. Tho papers of tho capital, nnd of Vera Crm arc occupied almost exclusively with tho eiibject of Annexation. There are not wanting thoso who in sist that thero is no alternative left to Mexico to preserve untar...

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. — 16 May 1845

VER MONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOTJRN A . BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, FRIDAY, MAY 1G, 1815. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 27.--WHOLE NO. 2013. WA rCHMAN & JOURNAL. TntlM9-91.Mcmli In advnncol $5 00 If payment Is not mido In ndnnr it Intcroit !) chnrsodfrom tliocndortheTenr. POETRY. Ptloclo.l fur Iho Wauliman. TIIU SOUL'S FAREWELL. ll inu.t ho o, poot, fjillnj, mottnl thlnj ! Anil now wo pott, tliou illlld form or clay ) Tliy hold It broko I cun unfold my vlnj And from tlio dnit the spirit mult away I As thou at nlglit, hail thrown thy veslitrn by Tired Willi thi Uy, til seek thy wuntoil rest, I'allmiod with time's vain round, 'til tliut Ihat I Of tlio frail i-ovcrln; myself ditcst. Thou knnw'it whllo iurrloylni: nn Ihls thorny roal, Hour oft wo'vo nljli'd nnd tml"l to ha twain How I Into InnxM t drop my enmity hud, And thou to tost thee from thy toil nnd itln. Thrn Ho who soiots our mjilorious tlo l a kin I injcl, (trantin? each rcleaso t llo'll soul thy quirilng lip and sunken c...

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. — 16 May 1845

!. Bennington, y. Itnrlingtnn, n. Chcl.cj, I. Dmivillo, S. Guildhall, tl. II)ricpark, 7. Iinilmrlif H. Man.-Iicstcr, V. Mi.MMiury, i". ainnlpwlier, LXPI.ANATORY. 11. r,Y.vftne, li. .Vorlli IIitu, la. Rullin.l, H. .Si. Alliuiif, 13. Woodstock, 10. Ilutlnwa l'ulls, 17. Ch.irlc-toun, ?v'. IT., 11. Ciarcniont, N II., in, W hiluhiill, N. Y., 't'ht Central Hail flojil ru-n from Il.-llo.T4 falls (1C) np tho Coiiiieriii-ul tj Whitn River (-2i) theneo up Wliito lliver nnl one of it unnches to Dog River (-11) ili-nco to .Mo itpolier (10) llion-o dow.i U tloi lllvor tu i point IT miltis o nl nf II irhntni, w'wn it takes a diroct course to Canada lino. A hunt-li iluutiiicss would lie eiten U-l (as mnrhod o l tho uupl to Itnr Huston. Tho first part of tho roul is pi teed on llio Xoiv Hampshire 1.1 o of thn Con oeclidit for ci uvcnloncn u.ily t it in ty tun on either i-hle, ni).t vv-ij trust tin inlt t'litinti o i both ii lo will agree which ni.1" to tako, and unite their energies lor then common...

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. — 16 May 1845

CITY BUSINESS. Wo Invito tho attention of those about to vlit th. cltlt to ko new ndvortlicmcnl of " Oak Hull" and Alexander Sliong tc Co. of lloiton, onl alio of a hrgi number or Whole alo .Mer chant of New York. LITKHAIIY UHGISTI.U. Tl .Amirlcan Review! New-York, Wllev fc Turnem. Tho May number contalni an excellent Fortralt of John Quln cy Adam, nnd tlto following article I The Mjitorj of Iniquity, (political,) Letter to Madeline, Thlcr' Comulato and Empire, Petrarch, Old, a poem, Tho Boy-Lever, Thought on Rending, Tito Mucking Bird, an Indian legend, Fail nnd Prcient of tho Indian Tribe, 11 Dooki which ate Book," Ves'lgce of the Natural lllitory of Creation, John llulncy Adam. Tlio New-World (New-York,) hai been tramferred to the Saturday Emporium. We havo rend a portion of Ltrdnct'e Lecture, published in number by rireely ic McKlratb, New.Yorkt they are highly valuable, giving the moit Interesting (cientlfie knowledge la popuhr language though not alway In good English. IIIUGII...

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. — 16 May 1845

CONDENSED VIEW OF A GREAT MAN. Dr. Samuel Johnson, one of tho most eminent writers and critics of the lost cen tury, ever nmnifesteil n mnrkcel respect for religion. On ono occasion, tho Abbo ltnynal being introduced to him and ad vancing to take his hand, Johnson clrow hnr.lt. nnil tint his hands behind him. When asked by a friend the reason, he said ' Sir. I will not shako hands with an infidel.' When Hannah Mooro inquired, if he did not think the Dean of Dcrry n very agreeable man, ' Child' said he, ' I will not sneak any thing in fuvor of a Sab bath breaker.' Still with all his knowl edec. his cicahtic powers of mind, and his full conviction of the truth of rcvcla tion, ami of the infinito importance of re ligion, it does not appear that he became truly ' wise unto salvation,' till near the close of life. During his last illness, his dread of death was for a lime very creat but at length, through a humble Redeem er, his fears subsided, and he said, ' 1 he bitterness of death is ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 May 1845

.'.ft h 1 T ATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 28.--WHOLE NO. 20M. VEKMOHT WATCHMAN ' & S WATCHMAN & JOIJltNAL. TF.HMS-9l,S0tnhlnatbnncc S3 00 If pimcnl l not mailo In advanco i Interest nlwayj chntcocl from llio end ol wo tear. MISCELLANEOUS. SOPHIA HOBAllTES'S FLIRTATIONS, On a cold frosty winter's morning, Mrs. Hobartes nnd her daughter eat in their luxurious morning room, engaged in various femalo occupations. Tlicrc had been a silence of some minutes, which was broken by Harriot, tho youngest of tho thrco sislcrs, exclaiming, " llcally, Julia ond Sophia, you aro excessively entertaining this morning, almost as cheering as the weather. Have you nothing to toll us of Mrs. Mackenzie's party .-was nobody cither delightfully entertaining or charmingly ab surd ?" No," replied Julia, " it was too stupid oven to laugh at afterwards ; I never was more completely ennuyco in my mo. i cannot imngmu nun u is, but it seems as if ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 May 1845

WATCIliNlAN & JOUKNAL. E. I WAI.TO.N,JH.. KDITOU. MONTPELtElt, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1815. UOSTON AND MONTREAL RAIL ROAD. Wo Indulge tlio hope- that it will not long boonr duty lo labor tliis subjectso much as wo havo dono for tlic last sis weeks. At any rate, for onco wo can dismiss tho matter with a paragraph. J- no on ginecr of tho Rutland rotito has mado his report, mid wo arc sufficiently apprized ot its comciiu. w Bay, that it substantially sustain! nil our nnticipa Hons. " Western Vermont," however, assures tu il.nt il.n fit) fiwt wall near Mount Holly exists only in our imagination. In turn, wo assure him that our statement was made on tho authority of n dis- titiguislicd friend of tho Rutland routo; and tho fac", that it is not sustained by tho report, is doubt less owing to tho sagacity of tho engineer in choosing a different route at tho expense of a high er grade. Uut to return to tho survey : our Rut land friends have tho odvantago of 30 miles in dis tancofo Durllnglon, w...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 May 1845

Jl Wonderful Engine. A IjonJon piper sayn that "ft wonderful cngino lian Ifitoly boon construe toil by Profoor Uolnnlc, who is sccurini;patoiit3 in ovory civilized country of tho cartli, Tlio pow er, winch is self-produced in tho engine, a obtain ed from condensed nir, which, tlioumi easily mana geable, beffcts nn immense force, tho present en gine, which stands on n space not exceeding two feet sipinro, having n power cipiat to fivo hundred nnd sixty-eight horses. I'or pumping water out of mine it is gravely proptised to uso a 10,000 or SO, 000 horse power in ordor to do tho work promptly. It is stated, that, with tho present small cmjinc, two hundred und twenty tons can bo propelled nt n Mto of twouty-fivo to thirty miles per Jioiir. Tho do-j-cription of the action of tho machine is vorv vnguo, hut it Is said that several very eminent and" scienti fic men hivo examined it nnd expressed thoir as tonishment. Professor Farady, having scon tho drawing nnd hoard tho theory and practice...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 May 1845

m twin A PRODUCTIVE FARM. I Mn. Tucker 1 am doing n littlo In tho wav or farminir, my t'uno being occupied almost entirely in .r.mn,i ,i,,ti.., i rnliivnin 2." ncrca of land, keen 4 iiorsca and -1 cows-, rntso all my bed and porlf, with plenty of j.oullry and eggu ; keep tho variety of ioivlu called tlio ltalinn or perpetual layers ; thov certainly exceed any thing I ever had for eg"3. If 1 was furnished with a cellar, which in my location cannot bo had, I believe thoy would lay as well in winter as in summer. I feed with nil kinds of grain, with animal food and lime. The past year I raised GOO bushels ears of corn, with a sufficient supply 'of broom corn for family use 0 bushels oats 10 bushels wheat 150 bushels po tatoes 75 bushels sugar beets and turnips . bush els winter beans 4 bushels clover seed plenty ot provender for my stock, and U or 1 tons or liny lor sale j pumpkins, squashes, &c, i abundance. My i' t '. i. '..A .i ,ii,n i- of mdk and but- ter afl the year, winter a...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 May 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 29.--WIIOLE NO. 2015. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS SIO catti In nJranto $101 If pavmonl li not made in n Waned) Intoroil alwnji charted from Ihoondof tho year. POETRY. COMK HITHER, BRIGHT BIRD. Selected fur Iho Vatchman Coma hither hri$1.t bird, from thy wIM natlvo howeii Whllo high In tlio Mil lup tlio urn tUea clenr, Como, ting a gwoot tonj to tho new opened flower, And drink off tlio dew drop j It loo Jii like a tear. It cannot h ttuo, Hint, 10 stalnlcis nnd young, Tho heart of my (lower h been clouded by plefj I would not th$n sen on It outwardly Imn The lembl.ince of sorrow to burden alcflf. Bo fiuiek 1 for It Iim but n morning to live Po freah In Its odor, iti beauty to Urf To pay for thyimuiii', fur ill It will giro Tlio firit toritg LruilMng it ihrowi tiron air. Miko bantci Dtllo vagrant I wnttinj for thee, Jli,jrfum td tnko on thy delicaln plume. Come, my, i...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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