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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 May 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. r. p. WAi.ro.v.Jit.. r.Diron. MONTPEHER, FRIDAY, MAY 00, 1815. STATE CONVENTION. Tho Democratic Whigs of Vermont nro invited to meet in Slnto Convention, at Montpelier, on WEDNESDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF JULY NEXT, at ten o'clock A. M., Tor tho pur pose of nominating a ticket for Stato officers, and of taking all necessary measures preparatory for tho election in September next. ERASTUS FAIRBANKS, C. t. PECK. Stale E. P. WALTON, JR. r Central HAMPDEN CUTTS, Committee. C. W. CONANT, J May 29, 1845. BOSTON AND MONTREAL RAIL ROAD, No. VII. Tho demonstrations of tho last two weeks show, that tho Boston and Montreal Railroad, (of wind tho Central route through Vermont is tho most fea siblo and one of tho most profitable links, to say tho least,) is destined to become one of the greatest railroads on the continent. Its line passes through one-half tho length of Massachusetts, through a rich portion of Now Hampshire, and entering Ver mont near tho north lino of Windham...

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. — 30 May 1845

Washington, May 21st, 1845. Moaaurcs havo boon tnkon to establish niiolhcr WlilgortTon hero. Tim paper Is to bo published by Messrs. J. Gideon nnd son, nnd is expected to nppcar ti short timo bo foro tlio ossemblinL'oftlio next Congress. Of tho special mission to Kngland, concerning which so much has been said oflntc, little or noth ing is now heard. Indeed, It is Intimated that tho negotiations, nut of which it was supposed this mission woiiiii, m pan, nave sprung, nave uccn re suined In Ihis city, by Mr. JJuchanan and tho rcsi dent British minister. The inorninir train of cars brought ns nulla on extensive importation of Texas gentlemen, among whom I notico the names of Gen. Green and son. Tho objt-ct ofthcir visit has not transpired. .Y. 1. i om. .top. Oregon Army. A train of upwards of two Iran dred wtmons left our town on Tuesday and Wed ncsday last, for Oregon, others havo been departing daily since. Yesterday, 23 moro passed this town from tho neighborhood of Fort Madison, Io...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 May 1845

Prom Tho Parmer & Mechanic. INDIAN CORN FOR 1'ODDKR. It w now about thirty years einco Indian corn ..... ,.in.i rr in.l.lpr! but ns yet tlicro uo i VVUHIU1VUU..U .w w . . . .ln, nnl ..i.nnnr In lin nllV rstallllSllOU niCtllOd Ot curiiiR It for winter use. In our Bocond volume, wo publielir.l a communication from Mr. Ilutlcr, in which ho detailed n eiicccssful experiment oi cur ing it hy a willing "d sweating process. It will undoubtedly prove of great valuo to our farming interest, if tins process could ho brought into Bticccaslhl practice. Wo therefore aal;, liow many of our farmers will undertake to crow a patch nnil test this modo of curing? Solcct vourgrounJ, plow thoroughly, sow it broadcast with corn at tlio Li--c . nrn. linrroVIL' lilt ill IUIU VI inU UU3IIU13 W Ht- "vi., - rj , - well. After tho com liasf grown to Ho height pi Rome three or four fcctfinow it tiowi , iutm. g , . tho swath to wilt, turning the ewath to dry it well, ! .i li r Imvt after it has become . exte...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 June 1845

VERMONT WA BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TEHMS tl,50 cmh in ailvonco SJ 00 ir pnjmenl I. not maild In advance Inlorcit amyt clinitccl I'rum tho und of the rr. POETRY. Tor tho Watchman and Journal. LAND OP OUR FATHERS. BY MRS. ELIZA D. W. MMO!, Lam! of our Father t fair ouecn of the world I U hoirt banner of liberty flutters unfurled, And Ui circlet of atari gleaming prou Iljr on high, Outrivali tho gems that bcapanglo tho iky, land of our Tathcri t thino cnglc'n broad wings, O'ershadowinc tho diamond coiffure of klngi, Sweeping wide from tho tropicil belt to the cold, Bear on them the pledges of glory untold. Banner of beauty ! it trails on thy soil, Amid its rich foldings a serpent iloih loil t The plumes of thine eagle are shattered and frayed, IIli strong, loft) cyry Is shrouded in shade. Tho " lone stir rucendoth the oouth hemisphere, Contention and strife mark its onward career; 0 1 baleful tho Itntro that stroam from Its ere Its fintl morning ontltom was ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 June 1845

WATCHMAN & JOUItNAL. I'.. P. WAt.TON.JK.. CUITOa. MONTPELIEH, FRIDAY, JUNK 0, 1845. STATE CONVENTION. The Democratic Whigs of Vermont nro invited to meet in Slnto Convention, nt Montpolicr, on WEDNESDAY, TUB SECOND DAY OP JULY NEXT, nt ten o'clock A. M., for the pur pose of nominating a ticket for Stale officers, and of tailing nil necessary measures preparatory for tlio election in September next. EltASTUS FAIRBANKS, 1. (J. 1'. I'fcCK, K. P. WALTON, Jit. HAMPDEN CU1TS, C. W. CONANT, May 89, 18-15. Mate y Central I Committee. BOSTON AND MONTREAL RAIL ROAD Boston, Juno 2. Wo have liccn looking on for a fow days in Bos ton, particularly ns to railroad movements, nnd wo entertain no doubt that capitalists hero arc ready to invest nny ntnount of money lequircd, to con nect Boston with Montreal mid Ogdcnsburgh.- Boston has reaped, nnd is destined to reap, lich harvests from her railroads. Thirty millions of dollars have been invested in those roads, and this largo investment lias pro...

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. — 6 June 1845

ItAILUOAD MEETING AT WILLIAMS TOWN. A Jargo meeting of tho inlinbttnnls of tlio Gulf routo Irom Montpolicr to Hoyalton, convened nt -Williainstown, on tho 4th instant, to ralso tlio 'funds necessary to defray tho expenses of tho sur vey' of said route. Tlio interest manifested on this occasion demonstrated n determination to survey tho route, nnd use tho necessary moans to lay tho su perior advantages on this routo beforo tlio Corpora tion comprising tlio Central Hail Hoad from Uur ling'on lo White river. Darius Pride, Ej. was chosen President, nnd Col. NatHaniel Wheatley and Leonard Keith, Vjco Presidents, nnd Geo. W. Collamcr, Sec'y. Tlio meeting was addressed by Thomas Ilccd, Esq. of Montpeller, Judgo Govo of Nashua, N. II. and Doct. Walter Uurnhatn of Barro. A resolution was passed nnd a committee appointed to assess tho amount each town is to p.iy to defray tho cxpenso of tho survey. Tho following gentlemen comprise tho commit too in tho several towns to carry tho survey into e...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 June 1845

STATISTICS OP DENEVOLDNCE. From tlio Report of Benevolent Societies, wlioso Anniversaries liavo been recently Ileitis it appears that all of them have very considerably advaiicflil the past year. The follotvintf are tho receipts of some of tliom for tlio year t t AO Presbyterian Hoard ofToreirn Missions, $82,072 Foreign Evangelical Society, 18,71 1 American Tract Society, l&J37jj American Homo Missionary Society, 121,010 Amorican Hiblo Society, 100,052 American 1! ard of 1'orcinn Missions, during the last nine tnonllis,t ftbout $185,000) so that it' tlio contributions continue in the same ratio for tho next three months, they will, for tho year, amount to n tout 210,000 Baptist Board of Forcgn Missions, 82,270 A word to correspondents of agricultural papers. For the purpose of nuking every communication which may appear, (is useful ns possible to readers, wo would sujjsrest aca' :."ul attention to tho follow ing partisular . In it tho weight of animals, state Ihcir n'i 2, Im.v 1...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 June 1845

VERMONT WA BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS 91,5:1 In ndvnnco 80 0!) If payment It not mailo im.!Jl.n.?i?i.il"l.'.t.'!.lrily' ",'"tei .1I1!!4f.'!''f"ri' POETRY. "LKT TllKltE HE LIGHT." The follow! i; comparison of lh outwurJ nnd visible lories of light of kouuled-o, Is exuacica irom oni ci ina pooin. oi .non eior Elliot, calloil tho 1'oct of tho I'oot, who Is a poor lion deal or of ShefficIJ 'Un-land, but rich InJeed In 1 11 Intolltctual pow ctl. .Voii' Autflc. God said, let there ho light Gtlm dstknets fill lili might And (led away 1 Then stmted reii, nnd mountain" coM Ehono forth, all bright In blue and eolJ, And cried irdiy1 'lis day! Hull hoi; light t ficl.lmcu The thunderuus clouds thil flamed O'er daisies whltoj And lol tho roso In crimson drcsj'J, Lean'd sweetly o'er the lillj's breast And hlushini munnur'd " Lljhl." Then was the skylark bi-rn, Then ro-o the embatiljd corn Then flood, of prjlsci riowed o'er thfc sunny hills of noon And then In sillies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 June 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. B. T. WALTON, JR., EDITOR. MONTPELIER, FiUDAV. JUNE 13, 18-1.1 STATE CONVENTION. Tl.o Democratic Whig f v;r",ollt nr invltcu to meet in Stato Convention, nt Montpolicr, on WEDNESDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF JULY NEX'f, nt ten o'clock A. M., for tlio pur poso of nominating a ticket for Stato officers, and of taking rtll necessary measures preparatory for tlio election l;i September next. EllASTUS FAIRBANKS, 1 C. P. PECK, I Safe E. P. WALTON, JR. Central HAMPDEN CUfTS, Committee. C. V. CONANT, J May 21), 3815. EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR. Vermont Central Railroad. Bosto.t, Juno 7. Men hero nnd thevo firo volunteering subscrip tions of 100 and 200 shares to our stock: I think thcro will bo urush for it the moment tlio Central Hommnv is ormmized-n rush to buy in the audi' tional stock at a largo advance. Let Vermont do her best to tako our Central Railroad stock: wo must no let lloston tako it all, and annually draw llin nrnfifa rC flit rnn 'il frnm Vermont to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 June 1845

The loxca Indians at the Palace of the Tuilierits. Tho Courier ilea Stats Unis furnishes1 on inter esting account or tho presentation or tlicso rod men to tho king nnd royal family of Franco. Tho King, having appeared, tho Indians ranged them selves in n ncmi-circlc, tho grand chief on tho right, assisted by Walking Ilaln, tho orator, a sort of Hichilics to tho eavago monarch, his inferior in rank, but his superior in intclllgenco and counsel. Tho King passed tlicin in review, asked their names, nnd addressed them with kingly phrases. The interpreter said to them from his majesty, that tho king of tho French had preserved tho remem brance of a former visit to countries adjacent to theirs. Walking Rain replied that tho Iowas know Franco before visiting her, tho renown of her power nnd tho wisdom of her great chief having reached oven to their distant forests. Walking Haiti termi nated .his speech by thanking tho king for tho kind reception given to his countrymen: tho whole be ing in...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 June 1845

MILKING COWS. . , . Tlio owners of Cows alioultl pay particular at tcntlon to milking. Children should not bo trusted with tills business, and thcro nro many 5'"" J0 plo who never tnllk well, though they Imvo been brought tip to tho business. . If you would obtain nil tho milk from the Cow you must treat her with Ho utmost gentle, ess j Bhe must not stanJ trembling under your blowa no? under your threats. Soon after thW has boon brushed by your hand, and ho ends of tho teats h.ivo been moistened a liltlo with milk, it flows iii rnpidlv, and the veins or ducts near tho teats arc completely filled. Then It must bo drawn out immediately, nr you will not get tho whole. Vou must not sit and talk you must not delay ono moment, if you would have nil tho cow is then rea dy to give. , ,, Thn ntl.lnr ulinnlil ho moved in every direction nt l,n Mnan nf mil killir. ntld til 0 ll.'inds 111:1V beat it n little, in imitation of the beating which tho calf gives it when suewng. nn cxpuri umirer ih i...

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. — 20 June 1845

MONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIi, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1815. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 32.-WUOLE NO. 2018. ' -T' TP 1 f II A TV r mrTRlVAT, 1" havo 1)0011 talking nbout, without thinking of VA1 OIlMAiN tV .IUUUIMAIj. nnjjlit cxceiit thoso iSngs ;liici fc)1 w.lIlln ,h0 rrrtus-a) cn.MwT, ITnoif payment i. not made 'scope- of her daily nvocntions-viz: sorting and hi i lulrniici intorijU tilwyyi churned rrom tin. end of Ho vnr. . iloulilllig newspapers, directing magazines nnd pc-JL-r jt-.-.!....... Lr!rrS; riodicals, nnd serving pens, ink, paper unci wafers POKTIIY. " ' I'ro'm tho WojJwfy Journal. . TJIE UNSEEN RIVER. ' nr ntjnt n. uimt. Throujln vnllojfftrccn nml foUon, In the purnlo limo und oMeo, Wh-ii life Km mm gronhi" srey t When llio rnliti worn stlrWJnl ctfcpln? Weepin;: lielntf w'oko fro 11 deeping , lly tin' ontlicmi of tliti liny I Whilo, like input o't r u city, tWlu itlng stM thef by Walking through t licit shrouding shadows, Over iliny cllitip...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 June 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. E. r. WAI.TON.JR.. EOITOn. MONTPELtER, FRIDAY, JUNK SO, 18-in. STATE CONVENTION. Tho Democratic Whigs of Vermont aro invited to meet in State Convention, at Montpelicr, on WEDNESDAY, THE SECOND DAY Or JULY NEXT, at ten o'clocl; A. M., for tho pur pose of nominating a ticket for Stato officers, and of taking nil necessary measures preparatory for tho election in September next. ERASTUS FAIRBANKS, h C. I. PEC1C, Stale E. 1'. WALTON, JH. Central HAMPDEN CU1TS, Committer. C. W. CONANT, J May 2!), J8J5. LETTER TltOM THE EDITOR. Dosto.v, June 10. With the Rutland, Concord, und some othcrrail road interests against us, tho Central road still forces itself into favor, and the stock is readily taken. Tho books have not been into tho Btrcets yet, but tho people from the streets have como to tho books, and tho handsome sum of $800,000 is already secured. This, with tho sum taken in Ver mont, is more than tho amount required for tho or ganization of the corporation, and ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 June 1845

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR,. R09TON, Juno 17, 1815. This ig a holiday tlin nnnivorsaiy of llio Tlalllt of Hunker Hill. Tho lan1;s nro closed, Stttto st. Is comparatively empty, nnd littlo business in the way of rail-road stock can bo ilono to day. How ever, tho skies nro bright, literally nnd rail rondi cally, and to morrow will doubtless kco tho busi ness go on wit'i renoweil ardor. Scattered ns books nnd men nro to-day, l-canriot say how tnticli has been subscribed ; but tho wholo sum now In here, mu' t approach hard on to one million of dollars. To-day tho ' Nutlvo Ancricaiu'' nro having n failure. An orator was procured from I'liiladolphia nnd n grand programme had beun prepared of the procession end services of tho day. Tliero were one hundred persons in the procession some say 10'J; rather "omall potatoes' out of n population of 200,000 souU within n circuit of livo miles. The military companies far outstrip those "Native" poli ticians in pilrioltsm and tho little girl of Cliarlos...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 June 1845

r-nmvMiNrt T-tlF. WISEST. Not many yenrs ago it happened that .a young Crn. Nr..., Vnrb ulailpil liOiiJon. His tallier lininrr r-neinprlni t with Bovornl of tlio magnates of !, iiritiJ, nriinPhip.v. tlio vomit American was tnt.....l,.r..wl In,. fllP toull ioiinbla circles of tlio mo tropolis, where in consequence of his very fmo per sonal nppenrnncc, or that his father wna reported to bo very rich, or that ho was a now liguro on t ho eta" o, 110 nttrnctea much intention, aim uociuna iu favorite of tho ladies. This wjs not ut nil lolislicd by tlio Hritish beaux, but ns no tcry fair pretext uH'erod for a rfiuiiiV, thoy wore compelled to treat him civilly. Tims maltrra stood when Iho Hon. M. P. and lady minion party to uceoirip uiy tlioni to their country scat in Rnmbrldaodhiro, and tlio A nioricun win among tho invited gnosis. Numerous were- tlio devices to which theso devotees of pleas ure rcsortod in order to 1(111 that old follow who will tncasuro his hours, when ho ought to Itnow ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 June 1845

VJi . f A- VERMONT WATCHMAN & 9 i n mil ggpfj JJJ 11 1 ' J, j " iT""-? mmt mi " 1 1 LUM.Miiiii.IM..Li . -fjg Trim in Ima iaM,a jjriiJ ua.u. mm im wu BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS 31,50 enh In ndvnnco $ 00 If p.tyment Is not mode In advance i I iilorosl always cli-.irgoil Irom tho unit of tho voar. POETJtY. Prom the Rroadnay Journal. THE WIIIPPOORWILI.. Bt W. CILMonC SIMMS, Flcen. tlcn! bo tiilnn tho sleep that throws Jjhslum o'er we- soul i repose, Will ill) out n dream. ivo Midi a win.l Like midtitlit much, tliroujli tlio mind j IIUIH 1 UIU ITIIL',111114 WII UIU Mill I, onJ tho wnilin? utiipporultl Oh wMpjJoonvi.i.oli ulilppoonvlll I flcep, ilecp I and once ngnln I'll tell The oft pronounced ct vain farewell 1 Pucli MiouM Till wont, uli maiden, be, Who Iiflu tliu Tated eye to then j Pucli iliotild it bo, before tho elm In That wrap lil uplift, bimN IiIj bruin. Oli whlppooruill, oh wlilppootwlll 1 Plvp, tkep 1 the lilp Imlri left tho thoro, The uteed ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 June 1845

place sho had gone on an errand of mercy tha rcllefnf tho American nrisonors. Jackson 3 re maining brother nlso died about (lie eanm time, leaving him friendless in tlio world. Tho war was brought t" a close, and Jnelisnn Z con.r 'intimacy with o wealthy linvin and rather disso uto young .... ". .. k -, Char r-stor and who had been slay ng nt tho Wax- KncHwllI" nn tl.eir return to their homo. In such company, hi, small patrimony BOon dwindle.! away, ami 1.0 was ninny com au,. : .n ninim ImlntJ Kniurn II unM "'.. iT" :::.u "J . i. I nk., off from pernicious habit. . IWnro. it io ", Ids evil associates, and in tho winter of 181, at 1 tho ago of 18, ho retire I to Salisbury, NoMh Caro lina, where ho entered a IaycrV lothco and com monccd tho study of tho law. In two years ho was admitted to practice, nnd not liking hali.-jhury os a theatre fi.r his talents, ho emigrated 10 ' nessoofEnsH) and afterwards to Nashville, whore, in 188, ho located himself permanently. Hero, lio soon obtained...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 June 1845

D LETTER ritOM THE EDITOR. Bosto, Juno 24. Tlio combination of Interest against tho Ccn trnl Hoatl lias been powerful J but tlicy have been foiieil aro foiled dallywill be foiled. Tho ut most they can do is lo delay us a liltlo to make us push tho crowd, instead of leisurely walking over a clear track. To-day gives us a million of Block here, the subscriptions nrn steadily increasing, and at tho longest, tho day is at hand when tho complete! succcbs of this grand Rail Road jiroject will bo not only certain but speedy. Succcsa h certain already : enough has been subscribed to warrant immediate organization and active opera ttonaj but it has been deemed adusablo now lo take an amount of stock sufficient to warrant tho success of tho wholo route beyond pcradvenlurc, By thus doing, tho delay which a change In tho mor.ov market nik-lit occasion, will be avoided, and tho road will soon bo put in operation, and sooner pay dividends. 'I he arrangement is to soctiro ono and a half or two mil...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 June 1845

rami tl.o Boston Couilor. TWO DAYS IN T.IE VALLEY OF CON .NCCTICUT UIVKIt. On the western bank of tlio Connecticut, direct Iv opposito to Walpolo, is tlio ploaotnt vllhRO t ol Westminster. The main Btrect run nlonfj tlio foot of tho hills winch form tho. Vermont milo of tho valley. Detwosn tho street nnd tho river is a broad oxpaiuo of iiioj.I.hv, cheuuorod with p.Uelica of grass and clover, corn, pitatoes, oats, rye, &c. Tlio crops are yet in cmhrya, hut tho rich alluvial soil of tliiMO intervals never disappoints tho expec tations of the tiller. At tho lower end of this prin cipal street i3 a farm, purclnsod a few years ago by tends to retiro at somo future timo from tho ljbo" ous, and soinctimos vexntious, pursuits of l,ICICIn tlio life. Ho is now cmi'd largely J"1' ioe new barns nnd rcpairiiijj old ones, r plico soon, tho old and leaky dwelling lol,-"e oYsjlfo oldest in tho town-wish one of mow Mr pro porlions and better adapted to impart comfo .rt ai d convenience to its in...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 July 1845

VERMONT WA TCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. V. " BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, FRIDAY, JULY 1, U5. YOL. XXXIX, NO. 34.--WHOLE NO. 2020. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. M H TERMS $1,50 ca.h In mlranco $2 00 If payment li not mado In advance) intorott always olmrgodfrom ihoondof Ihetear. POETRY. For the Vermont Watchman and Journal. ON THE .MARRIAGE OF L. II. O. BT J DVKff BROWN Dak CtrriDt oh you wicked elf I how little did you know, Of the mlichlef you wero itolnr with your naughty little bow, Or twice, I'm euro, you would haie thought, before that inaft you pned, Which numbered this youn bachelor among your eaily dead. You have robbed ine of a friend, Dan 1 a filcnd, firm, true and Whtf, on life! eventful Journey, lonr travelled by my fldot incu, KiRni noDiy no oje uore nimseii, wnn maniy neari ana men, Till Iho lucklcu hour you met him, Dan, end awore that ho ihould die. Aiyou dodged from out tho thicket, Dan, where )ou had Iain perdue, With chock no imoolh, and lip io iwett, and e...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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