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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 September 1842

NOT THE GLORY OP CJBSAR DOT THE WELTAKE OP ROME, VOL. XVI. n n u i r x(iT o n, v i$ r m o x t, v r r w a y, s u p t h m jj u r , i84i. No. J 4. EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, tit the h -ul ih .Simmbvut ',iar IliitlliiStnn. Vtrnionl. DV MO.SI2S L. IIAIIT. THIS ciaMi-lmicn', o lavnrahly Incite I fur the a omnio latum ol" the hiinc- otnl ir ivi'llni;; comm utitv, l now cit In 1 lit public. Po-t Coache. upon the vjrio i- rou'c call at the. l"xc-li.ni!.' lintel fir iia .st'iiqers nii'l those arrivuis or ilep irlni'.-: I y S etui llov, in wli n il Ihcir iM-rgaze i- icnitivcd iv mi i ihtr,'e, wilt IipJ lhi huu-c peculiarly tothcir conveiiieiui'. T iv. .txyer tender- hi-service , wnh the apr.incc, tba' .ul re-pe 't-, tin' linn- .-hall de-erve ihe t-iioi-a' ii' it-' .era. ion if ah who inaj patroni-i- ii. Bun niun, April 1, IS 1.1. -13 f. GKOllOE II. PECK, AMovnej ami Coiii'.-i'Ilni nt Law, two nuops fist or im: rosT oitick, re stairs. R. ,rto 3Iissrs. J. .V .1. II. PF.CIi vt Co. N.i. 1 A. lU...

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. — 9 September 1842

Hi, . . -i CONGRESS. Houst: or ltr.rncst'.NTAriviis, ) A tig. 3d 18 1'.'. J After tlio businoss proceedings of tlic llouso were disposud of llio Protest of tho President wns rend as follows : To the lionet of llcprcsfiitn'itcr : By tlio Constitution of llio United . State, it it provided that "every bill which (hall have passed the Hoiibo of licprcscntalivta and the flenale, shall, before it bceomo a law, bo pre s.vted to tha I'i'otfidont of I lie United frUate.s ; il lio approve, lie shall sign it ; but if not, lie shall return it, wit ti ni3 niijectioiH, to that House in wh.ch it shall have originated, who shall enter ths olfactions at largo upon tlio journal, and proceed to reconsider it." In s'.rLt r wipliancc with the positive obliga t iothli! i.i-iosed upon inn by tha Constitution, li-t Living bfci ab!o to brin,; myself to ap voa bill which originated in tlio House of ' .i-;peutativci, entitled "An act to provide 'iv.jimo from import?, and to dun,.", and mnd i,. OMstin;; laws ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 September 1842

l.ATKST FROM CHINA. V, ti. Knir IJoston, ) !)tii May. 18 W. j" V arc now at anchor oil' Wlumpo-t. a. feu- nidus below Canton. W nrnyoil l.oro on the 7tli inst. from Macao, anJ Manilla, which .lac on I mjv porJiajn nutico on a fiitino oi'c-.sion. Tliu 'Commodore tins boon hero for some time in tbo C'jiislollation, un-jajroil in itivcsli. rations nnil ncp-otiatioiH connected with thu rights ami interests of our citizens. Tho Con. gtellation and Huston aro tlio only vessels of war tint have river approached to near Canton in a friendly way, and tlio only ones, it is be lieve. 1, tint has over, in time of peace, m-rended go far up the river without a chop, or loiter of .iniiij--ioii. A French ship, who-o comnmi. der had an interview with the Authorities some four miles from the city, and is cusw-clcd to have been clandestinely admitted within the walls several months since, anchored lower down. There were thoo who arjjucd unfavorably for any cniiimiinic.itioii we mijilrt wish to hold wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 September 1842

"He touched 1i:irii,nnJ nniionj honnt, cntrnnrt'd." tiik canjchin's di:ath. T.Y PA UK BENJAMIN-, Tlisre is in Professor Longfellow's "OntrcMcr," rn affecting incident, beautifully told, of the death of 6 young Iriolmuin, who lind come to Iinly to study at the Jositii's Collc-pc in Rome, and had taken tlie orlc - or i Capuchin frnr. White dying, he Knew of It. -itcntion, I tt would tmi.vi'.'LJL- '..i.openf tcii'liing Ins own home licrorc,Br1ficensc. lie fpo c of his muni to his native Wj with childish (I, ,11'hl. This hop, hadnot dief.iitii. It seemed never lo have cntercllus mind th, tl'. runsnlation would lie denied him: that Death wcl,)J thwart even th"r fund anticipations. "I shallsoun ho wclleflougli,' t-ai lie Oh, I shall soon ho well ! I shall not dio ll, lll'l'll ihn 1'lr.rif a nf nil I Ilia m. lilru, ',,. Tlieir -nft, rieh hues that bathe Ihe classic land 0." Italy . these gales, that aro so bland, Stilu'tny and so cool, ujion my grivc Shall not, .it vesper's chiming, rest a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 September 1842

i4iWMimJWW NOT T II n or.ony or c .a n a n 3 tr t TUB WDZ.FAKS or n o m n. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,1842. No. 15. WYfllT TVmW ITfVP m Water street, at the head of the Steamboat Wharf lltirlliigtnu, A crmotil. l)Y MOSES L. HART. THIS c-tnbliliincnt, -o lavoraMy located fur the accommodation of the Iiiiiip s and iravcllim; community, i now open to the public, Po-t Coaches 11,1011 the various roules call nt the IlxehaiiKO Hold lor pa emrer-, ami those arriving or elepartln?hy S.citn limit, in which oa-e their bacrjraEre is removed without charge, will find this house peculiarly to their convenience. The keeper lender hi" ervice, with the a-suranec, that in all re-pccl-, the hous shall do-crve tho favor able consideration of all who may patronise it. llurlinton, April 1, 1812. d3lf. GEORGE II. PECK, Attorney and Comiscllnrat Law, TWO tlOORS CA6T Or THE TOST OPriCr, VP PTAIltS. Kcl'crto Messrs. J. i J. II. PUCK &, Co. Nov. 1!). A. ROUERTSON, Ilarrlstor and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 September 1842

PHILOSOPHICAL. 'c copy tlio following liiglily appropr! tle on J philosophical reflections from n Into number of Blackwood's Magazine, mid com mend it to tlio careful perusal of such of our readers as arc fond of notoriety, mid ambi tious of political or literary fame. Perhaps tlio "F.irtMcn. of Lamoii.i.k" might doriva lomo consolation from it, sinco his signal defeat in tlio lato political canvas?, and the prospoct, which now approaches certain ty, that tho preset generation oro not all inrlincd to apprcciato his merits. Road it Nathan, and lot Caleb, (tho poet and schol ar who has just been dubbed "Master of Arts" by Captain Pa fridge's University at Nririvich,) road it also, and relied that hereafter ho will not bo more distinguished than the humblest of us. From lilaekmod for May. WF.ST.MI.NKTr.il A11I1F.V. " Sung lying in the Abbey, Rival. The Abbey we should viit in n tnild evening in Sprinir, when the warm gun emblem of kindling lif streams his declining rays through ibo tra...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 September 1842

fi r I was an actor i 'conns of that portions pono.l, Wiiuii lio rose in lint Senate Chamber, Mill In-Ill ''" lil-4 li'i"l 'ho olive; branch ofpu-icc, I, u-1 1 u had nut known what envy was be'orj, ci.vicl li in. 1 was proud of linn 'as iny IuIIiia ciun-rynn , ami still prouder, tint thy dishes iJ l Limner, wnlt n the limits ot my old il. strict, t;avu him birth." Tho Gltostof Locul'iieoisni, ovnrut Wood stock, says the "IJuntoc.int.s" of that county lava "hearts nf oak," Wc should tliink tliyir huni ts were mado of somo liard ma terial, from the way tliuy crow over the poor Wlitgs in tlinse Wiggins"! Donl bo too can tankurous upon our folks, if you have any mercy 1 Sweet "Democrats''! remember, it is m-.iRnanimous not to "press a falling man too far"! Vrngrcss of the Hxccntlvc Gtillotltic. Mr. Tyler has njni-i shown an utter tlisrc nanl to tho tirinciiih-s lihl down in his innue ur.tl address. toiicliinri tlie removal of Public Officers in the removal of our worlhv towns man, James...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 September 1842

EH it,. ..i..wt t.:-i, i .. i .......... i an- u milieu i no ii.it iii it iixuu iiiut L)iuaiivvii uTiJijy.vti ijis-'i:. Tit s. r. rTKCKTnn. lie tlial ttrcth my wont, and tclicetli on him that , cent hip, hath everlasting life." John v. 3. Who hath ctcrnil life I J3 it th.Mnof wi.ilih, or power or pride, Ur ho that plunks headlong in the tide Of Glory's scllifch stnic'J lie in w hose b')"ui burns ambition s fire, He wlm to v. ui Idly honors doth aspire, Who toils- ih.it aliine'ci may admire 1 Till ine,-arc finli ol i nJIcn l.fc the heir?, And Jn the cnrih nro ioy and gladnusd theirs i The cnililaznncii payc unroll, Srt;lit with the name ol J'ortuuo s fivoreil son J I Hire hath she si her cotinilc.-s chosen ones I Is tlrs I'iimc's tlt-itlilLK.s fcioII ! Thotadi nations elioiit nhcio's name to-day, To muriuw Im.rs the idle words away : 'I'll uah his pi oiid star slimf.' now with (.dori.nmny, Sunn Boine new meteor, with more da.zhiii Ibme. Slay glitter in the I'ltnuiiicnt of Fame I Go, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 September 1842

NOT THE GLORY O V OaSAH BUT TUB WELFARE Or ROME. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1842. No. 10. EXCHANGE HOTEL, "iVitlcr street, at the head of the Steamboat Wharf ltm-llngtoii, Vermont. BY MOSES h. IIAltT. iTUllS establishment, so favorably located for thu JL accommodation of thn luuc and travelling eommimilv, i now open to the iiihlic. Po-l Cnae-ho upon the varioin route call at tho Lxchango Hotel leir pa-eng,cr, and Ihofe arriving or ilepatliug l.y Slckm Bout, in wiiitlVn-e their baggage t removed without charge, will $id this house jieculiaily to their convenience. ' The keeper tender hi services with the assurance, lint in all respect-, the hnu shall de-crvu (lie favor able consideration of all who may patronise it. Ilurlinton, April 1, 1812. GEORGE II. L'ECK, Attorney ami Counsellor at Law, TWO HOOKS EAST Or Till: POST OITICE, IP STAIRS. liefer to Messrs. J. V J. ll.VUCK it Co. Nov. 19. . A. ROBERTSON, narritcr ami Attorney nt I, aw, 'tXafr in Hit nffirenf t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 September 1842

I I i. V!? EOS! ffOMATUAIV mmr-HTM i.ki:. vs. JOHN r,-o,n the PMladtl ',ia V. S. Ga:ttte. to Tin: I'unuc. It has pleased Ilia President of llm t States tomako a change in tlio ofllco of Celiac tor of tho Port of 1'liilaJclpUi.i, and it in duo to myseit that you should bo informed of tho mcls eonncctcd with tins proceeding. 1 pray 10 00 .llowcd to disclaim any fading of personal un. kindness towards tho President, whilo I own a deep foiiso ot (no injury which ho has been in durcd to inflict on mo by causelessly removing mo from a post in winch ho voluntarily placed me. On the l ith of April, 1311, 1 received an nit tograph letter from President Tyler, announc ing my appointment as Collector of tho Port of Philadelphia, expressed in tho strongest Itiih of confidence and kindness. Though I had been, in tho course of my public life, often on terms nf intimate association with incumbents of tho I'.NCCUtivo ullicc, both State and Federal, I had not or intimated a wish for faiors from them...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 September 1842

"He touched Ills liarp,rjjict nations heard, entranced." hi: came too late. Ho came too late I Neglect had tried Her constancy too long) Her love had yielded to her pride, And the deep wno of wrung. She scorned the offering of a heart Which lingered on its way, Till it could no delight impart, Nor spiead uiio cheering ray. He came too late! At once ho felt Tint all his power was o'er I Iiiddlercnco in her calm sniilo dwelt, Shclhoiight of him no mine. Anger and grief had passed awav, Her heart and thoughts were free j She met him, and her words were gay. No spell had memory. lie came too lata 1 The subllo choids Of love were all unbound, Not hy oll'encc of spoken words, Hut hy the slights that wound. She knew that life held nothing now That could thopast npay, Vet the disdained his lardy vow, And coldly tumid away. He came too latel Her countless dreams Of hops had long since Mown j No charms dwelt in his chosen themes, Nor in his wlii-pcnd tone. And vv lien, with vioidnnd smile he ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 September 1842

t,.,? rl .." lil.,?A0.,,cl,evo "I'al 'hu Prcs.dinl would dc- I under 'l Dm fearful cirr.umsfnticrjs. of xOmcI. omffiowV As .vet it is not rortunly known that more tbo office I., holda I' Vi ,'v luV.7.L,u,.n, !! . than ii'ino individual nto lust, l.nt t.f that imm i me suspend;! their judj-uiout upon his official con- her wo li i o tl.o name?, as follows : hSnVt.m.,3,.,lli,,l,8.w,,',1,, ,tf',"PI'rovo 1 1 1 1 1 1 s l' 1 1' mi ' Aran t.f Kir.lnrd II. IVaboly. Krcyevillo, honest s up porter ol (tie e,s ninl policy f tlio W;,u i n-rd H voir. A mm! of M.irlitl l'npe, Kccso. J.'''r, ,;u "I'n ' I'M "iMiroiX u nuVniiidit- .. 7n " I It a!;,., a l'ljlii ii hnv. kcipi-tillr, n'"il !) yrir. HtibeH Miller, o- tn 'er-j'J'-'" veil.'', lilnh lizard, jr. A'imi Lie, njrod liivoir.'-. Then laic, a colored liny, Atisaldc, nguil '0. Hotly rorovored tlio patnu tiny. Justus Jock, niilor, Clnitonville, asetiyj years. Hotly rcrovcied to-day. Ira Mistier, teamster, ('lintonville, aged 22 years. Hotly recovere...

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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. — 30 September 1842

4 NOT TUB GLORY OP OfflSAR BUT TUB WELFARE OP ROME. VOL. XVI. R II R L I NGT 0 N, V E R M 0 N T, FRIDAY, S E P T E M II E R 30, 1 812. No. 17. EXCHANGE HOTEL, TVaer street, at the head of the Steamboat Wharf Hiit'lliiRlnn, Vermont. BY MOSES L. HART. THIS elnMi-liincnt, -o l.ivnrahly loomed fi'r the i onimodatioii of the liti-ite i ami irivellmc community, i now open lo the public, Po-i Coaclie Uioa the variois route- rail at the Exchange Mote for p.i citser-, ami those arriving ir tlepartinz I y Sie.im Hon, in which ea-e their bacc.ice i removed without charge, will liaJ this huu-e peculiarly lo their convenience. The Ucepertenders his service-, Willi the a.urancc, that in all re-poet-, tin1 huus shall deserve the favor able consideration of all who may pntrnui.-e it. Uurlmton, Ajirit 1, 1842. .13 f. GEORGE II. 1ECK, Attorney and Counsellorat I.nw, TWO D00BS EAST OF THE TOST OFFICE, IT fTAIS. Kefir to Messrs. J. Ac J. II. PECK & Co. Nov. I!). A. ROliERTSON, ltarrlslcr anil Attor...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 September 1842

S! I S I BS 55 vc5? MARYLAND. Tlio nnnunl election for members of tlio Stato Legislature will tnko place in this Stnlo next Monday. Tlio contest will un doubtedly be a very close ono. Tlio Locos carried tlio Stato last year by three or four thousand majority, nml wo shall not bo dis appointed if thoy carry ono or both branches of the Legislature next Monday. The par ty was never better organized, or under more thorough drill, and tlioy go into the contest with all tliu fury of despair. If they are routed now, thry are ruined forever. Not so, however, with the Whigs. If they nro de feated at this election they will rally with thn greater spirit and resolution next year for it is conceded on till hands that this State is ccrmin for IIknuy Clay. The Delegates from this Stato to the Hairisburgh Conven vontion in 1839, as an explanation or apol ogy for the nomination of John Tyler, for tho office of Vico President have issusd an address to tho pooplo of which the following arc the points...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 September 1842

C7"An error tins occurred in tlio il.itc fix ed for tlir salo of lltuikrupl's clTccls, imtl nlso of die Fanners ami much tnics Dunk stock winch is now corrccti-d, hiii! (lie sale fixed lor tliu 8tli of October. We ni.ikel 1 1 is notice that nil concerned may govern themselves accor dingly. TI10L911isvillaJourn.il my: "Things arc dally getting to look more liko the glorious time of 1810. Wc saw a couple of Tennessee wag ons, the othci day, surmounted with gallant flags-, inscribed with the name of -'Henry Clay." " By heavens ! it was a goodly sight 1" Tho cbclric feeling of tho olden time was kindled xviihin us. Wo almost felt as if about to see and hear the great Wing ball again rolling and thun dering through the streets." Sense IN A dehating Socictv. Tlio follow ing scene lately occurred in a debating socie ty :- President. We will take the ayes and noes on the previous question. Member. A word or two, Mr. President, Friends, lioinans, Countrymen : lend me your tars President. Ord...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 September 1842

a? "lie touched liisharp,nnd nations hentd, entranced." Tilt: LAND Of HURNS. laicribtd to David .iulil, I'eq., Doon-brae Cottage, Ayr. Tresis Ihcland odiums! here son; I'our'd for tli 113 tide of purest joy, 'Mang woody braes, in (rushes strong. And music's melting ecst.icy t Here, mture robed in Wrest shcort, Gives out her flowers, in beauty rare, Willi woodlands waving darkly green, Along tho bunnie banks of Ayr I And Daon, loved fury-haunted stream, feints sweetly ns it flaws along (Tit music for a l'oci's dream I) As conscious of the Pool's son:;! How Ion;; it fi wM by bank and bower, L'li'ecn, unsung, iiiiknoii by all, 'Till gr.isp'd by Hum's manic power As winter chains the wmerfalll Roll on, fair stream! in gentle wav, Singing soft music to the sea j Thy song, the piaisoof him who gav-8 To thee thine immortality ! A row upon the banks of Dom To mc becomes a faiter rose ; M irelovily bright at sunny moon, More fragrant at the evening's close.' The birds arc not of common wing,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 October 1842

r ' NOT TUB OLOKT OF C E S A K DDT THE W E L F A H B OF n O M E, VOTi. XVI. BURLINGTON V E II M 0 N T, FRIDAY, 0 0 T 0 B E R 7, 1 842. No. m. EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, at the hem! nf the Steamboat Wharf ltiivllngton, Vermont. BY MOSES L. I1AUT. rT.HIS ctabli-1inicnt, -o tavorahly located for tho A accommodation of the 1jhho- ami travelling comnvinity, i now fjpen to the ptiMK'. Po-t Coa'die upon t lie various route- call at t lie Kxcliaiure Hotel (or passenger-, ami those arriving or departing by Steam ISoil, in which o,ie their baggage i removed without charge, will liud this hou-e peculiarly totheir conveti icnee. The keeper lenders hi 'emit?-, Willi the assurance, that in all re-pect-, the hous -hall de.-erve Ihe favor able, eon-i ler ition of all who may patronise 1(4 lSurliiiton, April t, 1812. 4311. GEORGE II. PECK, Attorney ami 0'oiincllornt Iavr, Two doohs east or the tost omen, up BTAinB. Refer to .Messrs. J. A J. II.PF.CK & Co. Nov. 19. A. ROBERTSON, Barrister ami ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 October 1842

i - tu im,, am m mm wi mmjyu wmm g-raiaaa From the Richmond, Va. Slar. THE INFANT DEAD. The only true, deep, clinjjinp chords, that bind us to tlio world and our kind, arc found, in nlk-clions ; in those tendrils of iovc that bind heart to heart so closely, that thoy become ai it wore one, and to separate which seems, for the' tone, almost like a blow of mutual death. But of all partiiifif, perhaps there is none more ,; onizmr than that which comes between th' pa rent and those beautiful llovvcrs of lift, that have been ho tenderly and anxiously watched ; a id who, day after day, as some new charm, (i 'lie tinny rjrace devolopes itself, havo boon bound closer and closer lo the bosom. The old or the mature, dying in their strength, fooiii to Invo sunk bofore an inevitable fate ; and time with his obvious hand, gradually smoothes away the harshness of our first fjriof. Uut when the vv 'alt ami the dependent, the pure, the innocent, tho fragile, bow before the breath of the des troyer,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 October 1842

quested tha Court to spuru liim any of the usual remarks matin by tho Court when pas ing the sentence of death, as I113 case liatl to be broitglit before the Court of orrois. In reference to vvhtt Im failed his impttipcr conviction, lie ii!o s.iiil that iiinu-tt'iitli.s of the community were of the simo opinion as himself, Judge Kent sail), that in justice to the Jury he felt bound to make a few re marks in rofuation of the aspersion thrown upon them by the prisoner. Hu then pro ceeded to remark upon the circumstances of tho case, and the evidence which had been odduced in relation to it. But before he could finish his remarks, Colt interiuptcd him, and said in tho most bravado manner, that he had not intended to cast any asper sions 011 tho Jury, and that there was not one act of his life which ho would not do again, under similar circumstances. Judge Kent then said, that after such a remark from tho prisioner, ho considered that it would bo utterly useless for him to make any furt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 October 1842

"He tnuchcil his harp.and nations heard, entranced." alive but nlas ho nitty bo dear fntlior wountlouV She rapidly opened tho other two, which having hastily perused, sho exclaimed 'ho is unhurt and well, but Hamilton is dead ihot by his hand, Alas, for my poor fath er. Hero onds his career. Hero termin ates nil his vision of greatness. Tho popu larity ol Hamilton will seal his duom with tho people.' 'Hut not with himself. Do not despond, 1 hoodosia. His indomitable and fertile spirit will yet create materials out of this sad event, on which to riic still higher. 'Impossible, impossible, dear Allston. Hamilton was too notoriously his political lival to allow of such n result. I dread to think of the consequences, when bis excite ment shall have passed awn v. Hut I must sco what I ran do to console him bv letters' and wiping a Martins tear from her beair tiful oves, she opened herscnituirn to exer cisu her filial eloquence) in strains of tho most feivid affection, to her over idoli.o...

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