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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 February 1846

iiL.iL.-J..',. , TWIiOTY-NIXTH COXGItliSS. Monday, Feb. 2. In tlic SENATE, to day, Mr Jlagby pave notice of a Dill lo incorporate the Nan ol Texas with that ol the United States. Resolutions of the legislature or Rhode Island against the resolution of tho Tariff of '42, were pre senlcu. The Senate spent some time in executive session. In the House, there were some personal explana tions between Mr. Johnson of Tenn. and Mr. Its v- ley of Virginia, as to their arguments in their late speeches on the Oregon question. Air. Winthrop ofTercd a petition from tho widow ofCapt. Robert Gray, who discovered and gavo the name to the River Columbia, praying some assistance iromine government. Several propositions for the adjustment of the Oregon question were offered by Messrs. Dargin, l ent, lirown ol Virginia, and Tibuatts. Mr. C. J. Ingcrsoll offered a resolution to terminate the Oregon debate on the 0th of Feb ruary, but it was laid on the table by a vote of 09 to 8& The Oregon debate wa...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 February 1846

IM Slgricttlturrtl. Indian Corn. Concluded from last Kctk Col, Valentine, of Hopkinton, Mass., raised 123 bushels ,of corn from an acre. His descrip tion is as follows : "The- quality of soil is a deep jelloiv loam. 'The land hail been in grass for six ears, and until the last year had yielded heavy crops. The last year the crop of hay falling below the produce of former years, I thought it expedi ent to stir the ground ; in November following it was ploughed and harrowed. In tho following spring twenty loads of green barn manure was spread equally over the ground and ploughed in. It was then furrocd in rows 3 1-2 feet apart with a plough and the furrows filled with twenty loads oi barn, hog and night manure, well mixed, and pul teriied with lime; the manure was then levelled, and the kernels of seed dropped in double drills ten inches apart uitlthvtisc and 4 inches lengthwise in the row and covered lightly with fine mould. It was hoed three limes, at the last hoeing, in July, the s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 February 1846

.iwi.iiii.ajs ." . V-e ... - . . vffiM'y i mum, AAvw.rwk.viii;i;y;w : ' ' HMf'HiV f . & jfmmlji Newspaper, Demote l to otitic, $omc Jnbiwteg, Nctus, SUjticn Uuve tmb (General 2U Uigena. TOIXJMl XII. BRA TTLEBORO, THllSDAr, I'BBRUA RY 19, 18 4G. NUMBER 26. ai ,- ? PUBLISHED EVEtlY THURSDAY by WiTI. B. RYTIIEIt. OFFICE Xo. I WIIEELEK'S STOSE BUILDING. 51,60 (cash) tn Adrancot S1W at tho end of the year. For 6 mbnths 88 eenta. In advance otherwito- 51,00 Villas aub eenbera 51,73, t0 Advance, or at the end of tho year. 87 1-2 eta. In advance for aix months, fto paper will be dUeondnucd onleee at the discretion of the publialer, until all arrearages are paid, 3 Advertisementa of any considerable length should be handed in aa aoon aa Tuesday morning. Small onea earl on Wednesday morning. Business Cards. K1RKLAM) & FLANDERS, Counselors & Attornies at Law, S Vmk"":'' ATono, yt. H3- Office, at the corner of Main and High Sl, over the Bookstore Business attended lo in tho counties...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 February 1846

,f.,i iMK- , lfP"w' "'WC.'v'r f.i, i'f Passagd of tlic Oregon Resftlvcs. The following are the amended resolves author izing ho uotico to Orcil Britain. n thv we passed lo be engrossed by thd Ilousouf Congress on Monday, by majority of oyer on iiUNDnfcn: "Resolved by the Senate and Houso of llepre sentativcs of the United Stves ef America" In con. grcss assembled, Thai tha t'resldent of the United in .. . , 10 Dc 8ite" 10 11,0 Government or Great Britain that t.10 convention between tho United States of America mid nrV.i nii.tn cerninglho territory on the north west coast of 71' ,CS. . Klon fll0I"'(ins, of the Oth r J I' ' "S"0" at London, shall ba annull ed and abrogated Incite. months alter ciie said notice. . J!. And be it further Resolved, That nothing ........ Y"'-i:u ii intenocu 10 iniericre wun I lie right and discretion of the proper authorities of the two .contracting parties lo renew or pursue nejro- lintinnc ... :-t.i . J- .i . -"""V" iwl ununine eeiwemk'ni ui uio contro ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 February 1846

.--.-. iMiaSI"v-"--.s., tflfimWM - 4... Haralson or Geo. followed n a speech. lie believ ed tlie whale country Vas read 10 fight fur (he 4Pth Sirallel; but.beond thai, our title was doubtful. Ir C,'J. tngcrtoll of Pa. concluded tlio tlcbats in an able and ingenious speech, insisting that it was only bjr assent of Congress that any pin of Oregon could be given up. The Ilouie then proceeded, in accordance with prerious appointment, to rote on tho amendments, and the resolution giving tho Notice, itself, which will bo found in another column. As will be seen by the following summery of the yeas and nays, it was far from boing a party ques tion : Yeas Whigs 37 Locofocos 121 ; Natives 5 Total 1C3. Nays Whigs 37 ; Locofoeos 10 j Natives 1 Total 54. All the Massachusetts delegation but John Uuin cy Adams, voted in the negative. He voted for the resolutions. Tuesday, Feb. 10. The Oregon question was transferred to day from the House to the Senate; the excitement in (he former body has settl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 February 1846

yWlgWIU'.JWt""f)l!" ,JfW)PlWlPl,l!jW' II WB , -I'L! ' .). . B3 12 i I , , . . !t.1n!.iM . i , lyl SJi SVgrtcultttrat 7 The Model Farm of Ohio. ..The model farm of this Slato contains 100 acres, 75 of which ro well cleared, arid the whole under fence. CO ncres are embraced In one enclosure, and this includes all the arable and meadow land upon the farm. The buildings are all of stone, neat, durablo and commodious. The dwelling is not large, but capacious enough for the use of tli family and a room and a bed or two for an occ eional friend. The kitchen and stables are sup plied with water from the same spring. No stock but hogs and thcep arc permitted to craze. The cattle and horses are constantly kept In their stalls, and are always In good order. The cows aro at l' times fat enough for the butchers, and the growing stock at two years old attain tho weight of ordinary steers at four. During the summer they are toiled with grern fuod, consequently 80 acres in grass is sufficient lo.ke...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 February 1846

JR&. v '' i v: "yw: s .J--'-si 1' Dcrmont 51 jfamtln Newspaper, Dcuotci) to Politics, fyomc 3nbnstrjjf News, SUjvicnltuvc ana (general 3ntc Uijgcncc. VOLUME XII. UK A TTjLEBORO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 18 4. NUMBER 27. ' 4. PUDLISUKD EVERY TI10HSDAY BY WJIi E. Ul'XIIEK. OFFICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BUIIDI.H'. 1,50 (cash) in AJTinco; $1.15 it the end of it jew. For 6 months 83 cents, in tdrance j, other, te 51M- Village tuV irribrr 5'-"3( In Adftnce, or S5,00 at the end of the jear. 87 12 cU. in Ad fan co for iix laonthi. Sa Piper will bo discontinued unlcu at the discretion of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. D3 Adrertiaementi of any considerable length ahoald be handed in aa toon at Tuesdijr morning. Small one eartjr on Wednesday morning. Business Oards. K1RKLAM) & FLINDERS, Counselors & Attornies at Law, Edward ' KimtUKB, 11RATTJ.E110RO, VT. Henry Fmnm, H3 Office, at (he corner of Main ami High Sli, over the Bookstore Business attended to in the counties ol ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 February 1846

St"- M ll-ll. 1 ' 1 ""i i A hearty breakfast or lei, butler, Indian corn bread, and steaks, increased my strength so much, that I win ablolo mount my mustang. I had still pains in all my limbs, but we rode slowly ; the morning was bright, the air frcsli and clastic, and I felt myself gradually better. Our path led through the prairie, I ho river fringed with wood, on the one hand, tbo vast ocean of grass, sprinkled with innumerable islands of trees, on the other. We saw abundance of game, which sprang up under the very feet of our horses : but nltho' Hob had his rifle, he made no uso of it. Ha muttered continually to himself, and seemed to be arranging u omuuiu oaj kv mu juuge; ior i nearu nun talking ol things which I would just as soon not have listened to, il I could have helped it. I was heartily glad when we at length reached the planta tion of the Alcalde, It seemed a very considerable one, and the site and appearance of the framework house, bespoke comfort and every luxury. T...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 February 1846

ry " " ' 1 ,!'nA tiff " 1 ' ' '-py'' "w,t f$i " ' ir-i " - s-"'tt "r Vi'-'if r' '. -ii'u.i'.:. TWENTV-NINTII CONUHKSS. ThursJay, Feb. 12. Mr J. M. Clayton, of Delaware, spoke on tlio Oregon question. lie did not think tint the President would plunge us into war with tho most powerful nation in the world, without giving ua an intimation of it. He saw noth ing himself in tho notice that would produce war, and the President, acting on his own responsibility and with n full knuwludgo of the facts and circum stances of the case, had recommended it. He had no roason to distrust iho President. The nation had entrusted him with tho power, and he would say to tho President, excrcisoyour power, but do it at your peril. He could not shut his eyes to the fact that tho President could, if he choose, so man age the negotiation as to involvo us in a war, no nattier what Congress might do, Hut ho had no doubt that tho President, as well as himself, was in favor of an honorable peace, and would do a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 February 1846

Agricultural. POTATOES. Having concluded in our paper ol' Iho 12lh Intl., a notice of some oflhe large crops of Corn which have been raised, we now proceed to notice eleven cropj of! Potatoes, raised by that excellent farmer, l'lrso.t Willums, Esq., ol Fitchbur(j, Mass, ilia elate ments are entitled to great consideration, ftom the Tact, that Tor t aerie of 15 years, he lapped loudly and successfully at the doors of the Massachusetts Agiicul tural Society, lor premium upon varioua farm crop. Hit statement of a crop of 623 bushels of Potatoes from one acre, la aa follows! "Lato in the fall the sward was broken up 10 inches deep. The field had been for seven years previous In mowing. In May following, the ground was harrowed thoroughly, and 20 cords of unfermented sheep manure, were evenly apread upon the acre and immediately turned under with the plough across the first furrows. Il was then lightly harrowed and inaikedoul In rows oneway2 1-2 feet apart. The seed was planted In these ...

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 March 1846

. - '.1 "B-,J-.. 4 Si JFamiln Newspaper, Pcuotct) to Polities, Cjomc Sntmstqi, News, QVgrienltuve anlk cncral 3ntc lligenee. VOLUME XII. KRATTIiEBORO, THURSDAY 9 MARCH 5, 184 G. NUMBER 28. rUBLISIIKD KVEUV THURSDAY BY WM. E. KYTIIEK. OFFICE Xo. ! WHEELER'S STONE Bl'ILDINU, 51 F30(cnh) in Adftncej the end of thereof. IVr CmoiithilW cent, In Evince uthermto 51,00. V illage iut. irnbrr 51,75, in AJttnce, or SIW at the cad of the yeir. 87 1-2 cts, in advance for an taontha, No paper will be dif cod tinned unlets at the discretion of the puMm'icr, until all arrearage! are paid, Ij Ad?ert..eraents of any cooiideraMe length should be Mthlcd iii ea aoon aa Tuesday morning. Smtlfuaes early oo Joejay morning. Business ?ards. KIRKLAM) & FLANDERS, Counselors & Attornies at Law, Edw.d iKikuso, nnATTLKllOUO, VT. UtKar I- ljkdehs. ' Lr Oilier, at the corner of Main and Hiih Sis. I otcr the Bookstore Business attended to in the counties oi Cheshire. N. II., and Franklin, Mass. uraltlcuoro, ...

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 March 1846

the stranger. And nil tho time the devil was busy whisperin' to me, and pointln' to the belt round the man's waist. I could sea where it was, plain enough, though he had buttoned his coat over it. "Hard work,' indeed,' says I ; 'and now I've lost every thing ; not a cent left for a quid of baccy.' "tfthat's all, says he; 'there's help for that, I don't chew myself, and I an't a rich man ; I'ro wife and children, and want every cent 1'vo got, but it's one's duty to help a countryman. You shall have money for tobacco and a dram.' 'And so savin,' ho took a purse out of his pock et, in which ho carried his change. It was pretty full j there may have been some twenty dollars in it; and as he drew the string it was as if the devil laughed and nodded to me out of the openin' oi the purse. "Halves 1' cried I. "No, not that,' says he ; I've wife and child, and what I have belongs to them ; but half a dollar' "Halves' cried I again ; 'or else, "Or else 1' repeated he ; and as he spoke, he put...

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 March 1846

lljWr) -A JJ'j - & a -... . ! jour ftnancci, Sir, 1 hold It to tQ desirable to RulJa the bus., net men of tho eountrjr. Tlicy know not whit to do, nor litre tlicy known Tor tho lait three monthi, The property of thousand ha I been periled, and million unon milliont htva been 1m t. bir, tbcro ought to to an end to tnii state of excitement With duo deference to the Kiccuilve, and without Intending Die ilisht rtt diircapect, I muat any. I greatly regret that it haalwen left In tho state of uncertainty it haa. Sir, I deem It to be important, and I apeak without hesitation on thla point, that It ibouM he patted thlt tery day j bee me. whatever cir decision is, It la deairabto, In my opinion, that it should reach the other side of the Atlantic aa speedily as possible. Sir, I believe, from the beginning of the session, that the great question of peace and war depends upon this body upon your rarity, your wladom, and your patriotism i and I trust that such a response will be given this ...

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 March 1846

i TO &gvmtltuval. For the I'licrnli. Raising of Itnrloy. WiRDisono, Feb. IBlh, VUG. Mn Editor I itn not accustomed lo writing for newsnanera, but think Ing I might possibly interest some of jour Agricultural re ade rs , I send yoa a short account of a cropol Barlky, with which I hid good aucceaa the pailscison. From 3 1-3 acrei I raised ISO bushel., weighing 43 lbi. to the bushel, being U3 bushels from the beat acre, Gl from the next beat and SG from the other half acre ; beaidea which. the grain being very dry when carted, 8 or 10 buahela at least, waa acattered upon the ground which the awtne alter warda picked up. The grain waa threahed with Mr llaynes1 Ihreahing machine In a day and a hair, and I think might hare been done in one day, if it had been in bundlea in atead of being mowed and raked like hay. And 1 would here aay, it waa the cheapest threshing 1 erer hsd done, notwithstanding the Committee of the Agrieull Society, on tools told us the machinery was tooeipenslve fo...

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 March 1846

"if; v, t i JTmniln Newspaper, JDeuotcb to Politics, $ome 3nDnstrii, News, OVcjvicnUuvc anil (general Jfntc lli(jeitcc. 11 RATTM3I50RO, THURSDAY. MARCH 12, 184 . NUMBER 29 .... iiwift-rlhti'. I iM'nr.isiint) r.vr.nv Thursday by Will. 5. UYTIIEi:. OFPICEXo. 2 WIIKELEU'S STONE IUIILDIXU. 5I.W (cadi) in Advance Sl,73 it tlm end of the rear. For ft months Wl cchU, in adanco j otherwise $.W illie u) irnben f 1 ,7.". in Ad fane, or 4,00 at the end of the year. &7 1-2 eta. fit ndrancc for six months. No paper Kill be discontinued nntou at the discretion of the ptibtnLtr. until id I arrearages are paid. QTi VdvertiscmcnH of nny considerable length should b liindcd in as soon as Tucsdijr morning; Smill ones earl on Wednesday morning. Business Cards. KIRKLAM) & FLINDERS, Counselors & Attornies at Law, Edward Kikklamd, IIenrt Flinders. IlKATTLKIlOnO, VT. td Office, at the corner or Main and High Sis, over the Bookstore. Business attended to in the counties of Cheshire, N. II., nnd ...

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 March 1846

ItgfmM ; .'tfiWiip riTiiiwj 4 . 4 - Austin what Ins happened, and what you fiavo seen anil heard.' 'Hut, judge' 'Off with you at once, if you would do Tex ns a service. Bring my wife and daughter back.' And so siying, he literally drove me from under the tree, pushing rnc out with hands and feet. I was so much startled at the expression of violent impatience and anxiety which his features assum rd, that without venturing to make further objee tion, I struck the spurs into my mustang and gal loped oft". Ilefore 1 had got fifty yards from tho tree, I look ed around. The iudgo disappeared. I rode (nil speed to tho judge's house, and thenco on a fresh liorso to San Felipe, whero I found Colonel Austin, who 6ccmed much alarmed by news I brought him, had horses saddled, and sent round to all the neighbors, Before the wife and step-daughter of the judge had made their prcpara ' lions to accompany me home, he started with fifty armed men in the direction of San Antonio. I escorted the ladie...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 March 1846

VERMONT PIKENIX; V. II. PA im nns Country cvp!iprr Attrcrthlnjf Agency ltoitnn No Go State Street. iNw York Triliun JIuiUuil' nppoiite City lilt. I'hilade (phis N. W Corner Thud and Clicitnut Slrecti. lhltunore S. K Cmirr lliltiuinro and Cilvert Slrcetf. 7 V. li. IV w tiuljr nu limn ltd Agent for the I'ermoni Phami LA t. qbAnntLf. -1 he Icofjcr. in the iNVw York Sen al icf m to be on nny other than t-rollierly terrnt. Sen lor Clark and Young the former, the Irtder of the old Hunker, the later of tlia llirnhurnfr allowed up rich other character in fine tjrle, a few djtince, Clatk aaid thai oting was regarded in ih neighborhood where he ed.a a notonouiliar. Young in return for tbo compliment, described the monument that would bo erected to Mr CUrk'a memory. On one atdft would Ims Inscribed, h atd, Tu the memory of one, wlmte life embittered lUe.f, bjr the goading of disappointed ambition and uniatufied tinity, and whose (political) death was hastened bf his pinion to immolate others. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 March 1846

..M" .aBt)-??! Agricultural Department. FRUITS. We have been favored with n list of fruits presen ted for premiums by different individuals at the fair of the, Windham County Agricultural Society last October, and wo tako great pleasure in giving it publicity this week. The exhibition was much larger than we had supposed, and evinces an in creasing interest in this important but hitherto neg lected branch of farming. , We regard the publication of tho following list at this time, as valuable, for tho reason that it will enable tho farmers of this county who arc desirous of planting or grafting Orchards or multiplying va rietics, to obtain scions from bearing trees in this county, without subjecting themselves to the ex pense and trouble of procuring them from foreign Nurseries : Uufus Clark, Esq., of Bratlleboro, exhibited 37 varieties of Apples, 0 varieties of Fears, D varieties of Peaches, and 4 varieties of Crapes. Apples, Iliibbarditon Non Such, Yellow Green ing, Ilaldivin, Esop...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 March 1846

SI Jfamiln Newspaper, EHeuote ) to Politics, Cjomc 3nbuslvji, News, SVgvicw lure ano (General 3nic llirjcnce. VOLUME XII. RATTL-IilJJOllO, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1S4C. NUMBER SO. PlnUSUKD EVERY THURSDAY DY WM. 12. KYTHEK. OFFICE -Xo. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BUILDING. 10 (caih) In Adnncei Sv at th end of tie jeir. For 6 moot hi 8JJ cents, in dvnce j otherwise 51,00, Village tub ceribers 51,75. in Adiance, or 52,00 it the end of the jeir. 07 12 cli. in ftdr ince for u month. No paper will be discontinued unlet! il the discretion of the publisher, until all arrearages are psid. ID" Adrertitements of any considerable length should be handed in u soon a Tuc idsj morning. Small onei early on Wednesday morning. Business ?ards. KIRKLAM) & FLINDERS, Counselors & Attornies at Law, Edwaiid Kirklasd, He.MRY FLtSDEBS. DHATTLEDOnO, VT. KS" Office, Qt the corner of Main and High Sis, over ine uonustore Business attended lo in the counties ol Cheshire, N, II., and Franklin, Mats. Drattleboro, Dee. 3...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 March 1846

they do against the whole of the cavalry and two companies of infantry which were now approach ing the island! To add to our difficulties, our ammunition was beginning to run short. Many of us had only had enough pointer and ball for fifteen or sixteen charges, which were now reduced to six or seven. It was no use desponding, however; and after a hurried consultation, it was agreed that Fanning and Wharton should open a fire upon tho enemy's centre, while I made a dash at the field piece before any more infantry had time to come up for its protection. The infantry-men who had re-manned the gun were by this time shot down, and as none had come to replace them, it was served by an ofliccr alone. Just as I gave the order to advance to the twenty men who were to follow me, this officer fell. Si multancously with his fall, I heard a sort of yell behind tne, and turning round, saw that it proceed ed from the wild spectre-looking stranger, whom I had lest sight of during the last few minut...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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