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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 July 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. 12. T. WALTON, JR., EDITOR. MONTPELIER, PltII)AyLJUIiY 4, 1845. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL FOR THE CAMPAIGN ! Tho WATCHMAN & JOURNAL will bo Bont to Committees or individuals lor 10 weeks at tho following low rates : 5 copies toono address, cash in advance 8 1 ,00. 10 " " 2,00. 20 " " 3,00 40 " " " 0,00. No subscription received for less than -5 copies, except when taken at tho oflice. Payment must be made in advance, and free cf Pottage. For any distanco not exceeding 30 miles tho papers can go by mail, pottage tree. Packages can go by stage to places inoro than SO miles distance from Mont pelicr, hut at the low ratcavhlch we put our papers, wo cannot bo at tho expenses of freight by stage or otherwise. Whigs I Committee men 1 Merchants feci hero is a chance lo servo the good cause. Early orders arc desired. Hereafter our yearly and other sub scribers will receive tholr papers by mail, postage free, except thoso residing moro than 30 miles dis tant : and to ...

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. — 4 July 1845

PROCEEDINGS OP THE SINGING CON- "VP.lMTTflM at aTrmru Convention met May 28th, at 10 o'clock, A. M., vonwu iv uiucr uy j, v unci, llurK 01 UO, Convention. 11. II. Pullnr IV -1 t idem, Asnlicl ltoymontl, nnd W. II. II. Lingliam, tsqs. Vice Presidents, Clins. Fuller, nnd Wm. W. MM5!S3f3- Allen of Chelsea, Dewey, and Philips of j .witi.iivjii, wuiiiiiiuil'u un business. Itnv. II. (""nellim nP !,,. 13, c nr-i 1...... --. v. wiutiu, muuvj ui vv uiurumy, llobinson of Morrisville, Samson of Stowc, Heck- Joy, of Ilarro, Chonoy of Randolph. Woodward of w atcruury, and Wilkins of Stowe, were appointed vwiiiiuiituu uii nusuiutions, 1'ho Chair then appointed Messrs. Woodward nnd Hecklnir n r ell Mason, of Boston, that the convention was or frnniTml find vnn.1i. n ....if linn., liln. (, ".- "IIU IV.UU ll 1IUII Uj.WJl llllll. On Mr. Masons appearanco in the Church, ho was introduced to the Convention, by the Presi dent, nnd proceeded, after a brief and elegant in troductory address, to take the c...

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. — 4 July 1845

COURTING AN OLD MAID IN DIS GUISE. Young men sometimes liko a bit of ploosantry, but there is great danger in carrying jokes too far, as wo shall endeavor to demonstrate. A young gen ilomnn of our ciltf. who had exhausted his wits in playing tricks, und had almost become a terror to his fnmiltf nrwl rrdntlnns. who BrO of tllO IllElier Or der of society in point of wealth, Bomo weeks ago SHUCK upon a new mono ui "Jiving Bpum iiu imu noticed anold maid who was intimalo with Ids moth er, and who, wo icarn, had never been made bo happy as to liavo a beat). Her oge was fifty : her native land, England. Our youngster determined mat ne wuujii court, mis om inniu, una lur ui ! poso procured a suit of English breeches, a wig, and other things to suit a disguiso of a young bach clor of fifty J Thus metamorphosed Into a spruce old man, ho approached tho old maid, and by hh suavity of manner and changed but winning voice, completely succeeded in making lovo to her, with out tho least suspicion ...

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. — 11 July 1845

YERMONT WA TCI n?P - - IMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P, WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN fc JOURNAL. TERMS sl,50 cifti In ndvnnco S3 03 If piirmcnt ii not mndo lti Uilvanco i Interim nlvvay uhurjtcd front ihoi-ndol the voar. POETRY. THE MORAL WARFARE. tlY J, 0. VTIItTTtER. Wl'OT Freedom, on tier nntil day, WJthli her warroeked cradle Uyt An Iron tnco ft r mind tier itood, llnplhrd hrt Infint brow In blood, And, Ihro tho fttt-rm which round her iwcpt, Their con it ant ward nnd WAtcMn kept. Then wbero quint herd ropne, Tho roitof bit. ful bittln rtno, And brethren of it common tonjno To mnrtflt Htrifl na tlera Bpruijr, And cery gift on Freedom' nhrlno t ul man fljr beast, and blood lor nine 1 Out lAthi-rn toUhctr grave hate con Their tirlfo it put- their triumph won i tlut kt"rnrr trial wait the raco WJiIlIi rise In their honored phefi A oral warfare with tho crime And folly of on eil time. Fo lit It ho I In Ood'ir mm might 1V fc'lni ui for the comtny fight. And ttron? In film whoa eiui...

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. — 11 July 1845

"WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. n. r. WALTON, J n.. emtox. MONTPLHER, FlUDAVilULV l84,V WATcTlAlAN & JOURNAL FOB THE CAMPAIGN ! no WATCHMAN & JOURNAL will to sent to Committees or Individuals for 10 weeks nt tlio following low rates : 5 copies toono address, cash in advance $1,00. 0 . " 2,00. 2ft a u ' " ,00. dO 0,00. No subscription received for less tliati 5 copies, except when taken nt tlio office. Payment must le made in advance, and free of Postage. For any distanco not exceeding 30 miles tlio papers can go by mmt, postage ice. Packages can go by stage to places more-than 30 miles distance from Mont poller, tut at the low rates which wo put our papers, wo cannot bo at the expense of freight by stage or otherwise. Whigs ! Committco men I Merchants &c ! hero is a chance to servo tho good cause. Early orders are desired. Hereafter our yearly and other sub scribers will receive their papers by mail, postage free, except those residing inoro than 30 miles dis tant : and to thor...

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. — 11 July 1845

rfvti-Slavcn) Lxcursiot in Virginia. Mr. Hull of Indiana lifts ncttinliv nprfnrmn.l nn nnli.elnvnrv lccluring tour through right counties of Western Virgiiiin, of whoso results we shall lot him sneak for himself: " I eutcroil tho slato of Virpinia opposlto Mnri iitta, Ohio, and commenced ngitating and ngltatinjr IT1V WnV tliroilcll nlirllt rnlllltiiva. In trninie llieiintrli I duliveroi) six public lectures on tho subject of oinvery in mo cnureli and httitc, nnil 1 liavo llio pleasuro of announcing that I addressed tho people oacli timo from a Methodist Upiscopil pulpit. I ivus not refused a singla liouso for which I mado application. My meetings wnro largo and tho pcoplo demoanod themselves with that decorum which should ever characterize a pcoplo enquiring (.Iter truth. "I preached to tho slave and tho slaveholder, nnd both seemed to bo prtfiUed by my discourse ; and I am confident that i neither soltcned my words nor smoothed my tongue for tho accommodation of cither. "The pcoplo...

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. — 11 July 1845

A Case rf Conscience." Friend Broadbrim, said Zcplicnitili Strtutltico to Ida master, a ncli Quaker of tho city of Urotlieriy Love, "thou canst not cat of that leg of mutton at tliy noontide- tablo to-day." "Wherefore not?" nsked tho good Quaker. "Ilcctuiso the doff that oppcrtalncth to that son of Ilolial, whom tho world callcth Lawyer Fox craft, liath como into thy pantry and stolen it yea, and he hath eaten it up." "Dcwarc. friend Zcplicnitili, of bearing false witness ngalnst thy neighbor. Art thou miro it vns friend Foxcrnft's domestic titiimnl ?" " Yea, verily, I saw it with my evea and it was Lawyer Toxcraft's dog: oven PincliVmi." " Upon what evil times liavo wo fuller;!" sighed tho. harmless secretary as ho wended his way to his neighbor's office. " Friend Gripus," said lie, " I want to ask thy opinion." .... 'I am all attention," replied tho scribe, laying down his pen. "Supposing, friend Foxcralt, that my dog has pone into thy neighbor's pantry, and stolen tliorc Rom 'tu ...

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. — 17 July 1845

a 1M ONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATf!TflWAN &r TOTTlf NAL.'1'00''' and if you woufd permit him, lio would bo U1llliiL!ry Il!1PPy to lay somo of lib trophies at your feet." TnUMS-Sl,50cn.l In ndvnnco f)1 00 If payment It not r.i.icio in aiivancei interest nnvnyi cunrscairom imc ! POETIIY. A COTTAGE SCKNE. nr Mm. iioounNcr. I taw a pradlo at a cottoe iluor, AVIicrn tlio fjfr mother, with her choclful vliecl, Carolled so sweet it lonf. that tlio Joung bird Which, timid, nnnr th thfosM.old 10113 Tit for toed, Tairil tin his lilted foot, find rnltod his bond i Vtu HUoih Tho rejoicing hoci N't itti'il in thronjs amU tho woodbine cup That tot the lilthio clmturod, A door stiMM t'jino lonplnff from tin )van height, an J poured Mii-u- upon the prbMot onl thu wind, titrh gunily ml I tho crntil brimcliM pteyod Thrif Idle fronks,hrou;jhWt,owcrh.ii blossoms down, urfeitiiig earth with swoetiei. Bad 1 cam r-oin nar commerce Villi the hoitrtliii world) liiit,...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 July 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. K. F. WALTON.JH., BMTOS. MONTl'ULtKR, TllUUSDAVVJUy 17, 19 IS, v ATf!TIII AN & JOURNAL FOR THE CAMPAIGN ! Tho WATCHMAN & JOURNAL will bo sent to Committees or Individuals l'or 10 weeks at the following low rates : 5 copies toono address, cash in advance $1,00. j0 2,00. 0 ii ii it " 0,00. 40 i ii " 0,00. ntinn received for less tlun 5 copies, exeont when taken nt tho olf.ee. Payment must be made, in advance, and free of Postage. I or any distance not exceeding 30 miles tho papers can go bu mail, postage Int. Packages can go by stago to places more than .10 miles distance from Mont, nolier. but at tho low rates which wo put our papers, wo cannot bo at tho expense of freight by stage or otherwise. Whigs I Committee men I Merchants c I hero Is a chance to servo tho good cause. Early ordorB aro desired. Hereafter our yearly and other sub. scribers will receive their papers by mail, postage free, except thoso residing more than 30 miles dis innt ! nml in ih...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 July 1845

For tho Watshmfln ond Jov.inil OUR COMMON SCtlOOLS.-No. I. Tho children in Vermont that atton J tho common district schools, constitute not los3 than one fourth of it population. These thousands) arc now being educated Very soon their pchool-days will ho ended, and. with a nnioritv. their education finish ed, They will then como tin and occupy tho nil cea of their futhersi to sit in tho halls of legisla tion; io .fdl tho bench of justico; to conduct tho affairs of fimilios and neighborhood, and to control the business of the church of God. Our children are then being trained for an iuiportant work. In order that this training may bo effectual, it is important, in tho first place, that "our schools should bo places of agreeable resort, connecting pleasant associations with Btitdy, and promoting health and vigor of body j" lliat 'is, we should have good nnd ploasjutly located school houses. A tasto tul and pleasantly situated building does much to inspire in tho scholar's mind respect...

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. — 17 July 1845

Mi " J MAJIRIED DY CHANCE. I Tho Count do M, lived in a stato of single and indonondentblcsaodnesg. Ho was yet young, very rich, and was surrounded by every Hung that could givo enjoyment to lifo-oxccnt a wire. Ho had frequently thought of becoming a husband, but had always declared off before tho knot was tied. Once, however, ho found himself very near ly committing tho folly of matrimony. A young fiorson, tho daughter of ono.of his friends, pleased lim lior fortune pleased him, not less perhaps, than her person and accomplishments, and thero were other reasons of convenience, Sic. to justify tho union. ' Tho Count, who, had so frequently made tho first step towards matrimony, but as frequently drew back, had not yet decided upon tho course ho should adopt in IhU casc-ho had promised the friends of the lady repeatedly, but had inado no outward sign of performance. His futuro mother, however, knowing his weakness in this respect, resolved to bring matters to a termination, and ilmro...

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. — 24 July 1845

VERMONT WATCHM AN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. 1UONTFELIER, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 37.--WHOLE NO. 2023. WATC HMAN & JOURNAL. jytrffiSS ffi TERMS-91,50 ca-li In nrWnnco i $9 03 If payment I in advance j IntoroUnlaji cl.urjted Iron the end or POETRY. HUTU. rtr thou is hood. Bho tlcm.1 breast lilsh amid die corn, Clasped by dm KnUon liiht of morn, Mfee llio siieellioarl or tlio Sun, Who many n gl iu inj kin liad wen. On her cheek nn autumn fluili Deeply ilncnod j ucli a bliiih In the mi.lil of liroun waa born, lake red popple grown ultli ecru. Round lir-r eve lier trowei 111 J Which were blackait now coulJ tn'l Put Ion liahe. rtlleil HsM That lud clie been nil too bright. And her hit, with brim. Mada bor treuy foreliaud dim Thai alio aloof amid the loot, Frahlnj Bod with aweetwt loom I Kure, 1 slid, heaven did net mean, U!me I reap thou lioulht but lain, Lay th) sheaf udown and come, t-hriro my hirveat an J my l.oaia. ballad. rtv maim jition. ...

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. — 24 July 1845

Veep. "How sliall I do it r" says tho farmer. Hook farming will tell you. Tako tho Visitor and I'll cngago you hall bo told. Our best breeding innrns nrn hnw nnlrl nut nf tllO StatCS OUr Choicest cows nml licifurs nro driven to matkot. Our best, elicop nro going to tho pr.iirics. lit this tlio way to compete successfully? No, no. Keep nil tlio best nt homo ns breeding flock, and send only tlio poor est away and no Stato can compare with us. When 1 lived in Cincinnati, a Vermont horso would soli 25 per cent, higher in market than any other. I om sorry on returning to find that of this noble animal Vermont has littlo to boast. Turn n short corner, fanners, and change yo.ir policy, and I can predict a chango of profits, though no prophet. .4m now for the application. ..... Farmers of Vermont! will yon tako tho Visitor? Every soul of you must havo a copy, each. W nlk up to tho Captain's nffico and pay for your tickets, gentlemen, and the Visitor shall visit you onco n month for n year, ...

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. — 24 July 1845

'IS V. romnln In I'utlinmcnt and allontlto tho Irish AcaJ cmicnl Hill, which hill ho dcnouncoil, as not nfTorcl inj; any menns of religious education in such a manner as to satisfy the scruples of each religious persuasion. Mr. Denny cnlled attention to tho frightful slate of tho county of Cavnn, and suggested that Mr. O' Conncll should bo requested to coino hack to Ire land for tho purpose of exerting himself to restore peace in tho disturbed districts. Mr. M. O'Connoll said that "tho Liberator" In. tended to leave London on tho first of July. Tho amount of the week's rent was f tatcd to be" .C18S2. .Harming slntc of Cavnn. Several hold and shocVmg murders liavo been committed in this county, and the greatest excitement prevails in ull tho adjoining counties. A very influential meeting was called for tho Uil inst., at liich tho High Shnrifl' was to preside. Tho object of the meeting is, to afl'ord an opportu nity for an universal expression of horror at the as sassination of the In...

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. — 24 July 1845

i. ? , 't . ; ttt-oiwifon' iJfriVw. Tlio Editor, lilio most now . . nfiiArljT. IS tint nnlv iifra. lint rabid. Hour Mini '" tolli in ArtMiliist Iloviow. What is to liccomo of y . . iho whato Protestant world ? Surely Mr. II. is 'lull - ".'; . M wratli,.and utters great swelling words.' Hear 7 v . ".liims "Aro ynilnrians and Episcopalians actma in concert'?' or aro wo to infer Hint a common dread of Catholicity la combining nil llio various Protest- v . nnt sects jurist tho Catholic Church? This Inst unnrna tit iu'-1iot. imorobablo. Tho sin-ng of tho '. imes secmUo indicate that tho several tribes of . . 0tw, vnnuais, Huns, -arm other barbarians, ore - ' .foMliigalo.iuuo forti now invasion ol Rome. oil, ' 'bo it so. "Ho llint ilwnllnlli in heaven shall lnttfjli at thorn, and tho Lord shall derldo them." Vm 'Episcopalians may read their destiny in that of tho old Uonatists, whom, in ininy respects, ihov resctn .Ho; and nil tho Protestant sects combined aro not so formidable to tho Chu...

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. — 31 July 1845

IMONT WA TCHMAJT& ST ATE JOURNAL. YE BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL TffllMS SlOcntTiln ndvaneo j $2 00Jf pnvmcnUf not mado In advanco j lntorcit always churgod from the end of tho year. POETRY. TIIIJ HAPPY FARMER. . ii r Mm.uii.iiooL'tisKY. Saw ye the fanner ot Ills plow, As joii were ridin ty ? Or weoilril non!h lilt noon tiny toil, Wlicn xuinmcr tun wcro hlglwf And tlioucM )nti that tU tut wni haul? And H'T ) cu thank yourdod, Tlmt j nu nnd juutf.wcfo cot condemnM Thus like ti rIavo t l' lnd 1 Come, seditrn, nt Ills harvest horn-?, Whon garden, fild, find tree, Conspire Willi flow log stores, to fill 1 1 ii him ami raiioiy Nil henlUiTulcliiMren (filly spoit Amid tho ncu-niown liny, Or pion.ll nid with l;oroin Mm, flU taik as tmst they miy. The dog pmnken Ms mmIm'i joy And guard the landed vain, The feathery pfoplo clap their wing, And load tlmlr ) mingling ttotiu Prrelnnee, the Im-iry gramMIre' eye The glow lug senna purveys, And hreathoH a hlesairtiT n li ...

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. — 31 July 1845

tho pationt In charge of her husband. When sho returned, sho found Green in a cot and tlio patient informed her that tier husband gavo licr a powder. Sho exclaimed that the doctor find prohibited pow ders. The patient said that Henry had given it to licr. Mrs. W. looked upon tlio table and found all lha nowdora left by tlio doctor untouched. Mrs. W. lay down upon.lho cot. and her suspicions be ing aroused, sho watched tlio motions of Green and eoon after saw Mm ofTcr his wife some crust coffee, which lio had boon preparing. Tho patient tasted, hut remarked that it did not tasto as tlio cofTeo did when Mrs. VV. mado it, but insisted on having it from tfio pitcher. At 5 or G o'clock in tlio morning tlio prisoner left tho house on business, whan Mrs. V. examined closely some chicken broth cm tho table, nnd discovered arsenic remaining ift the spoon and subsequently a B.iusianco wn luuuu on the top of the soup, which being dried and pro Brrvcd.and analyzed, wns also found to boimadul te...

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. — 31 July 1845

STATE SABBATH CONVENTION. An extract from tlio minutes of tlio General Con vention of Vermont", held tit Danville, June, 1 8 1 f. "'llio Committee to wlio.tt tlio resolutions on tlio subject of promotion tlio better observance of tlio Sabbath wcro refened, made their report, ns follows: , . "That they rccommetul tlio nppointmont oi n committco ol three, to consider tlio expediency ol callinc a Convention on tlio subject of uanctily.ing tho Sabbath as n Divino Comnmndment, tor iU in fluence on tho plivfllcnl, and spiritual well bcnigol mans to correspond with other persons and bodies on the subject i and if they shall judgo oct, toca n Convention at such timo mid place as they Bhall think expedient, and to malto suitublo provision Tor Its constitution and exercises. .... . " Which report was accepted and adopted: and Messrs Grhlley, Lesvitt and Bishop, were appoint ed as this Committee." In view of thn aforesaid action of tho General Convention, tho unilorsifjncil do extend im inyita...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 31 July 1845

NOBLE SENTIMENTS. VALUE OF THE UNION. t!. , In tlio cotuso of n letter to tlio Into Liberty Con vention at Cincinnati, Elilm Burritt, the learned blncksmitli, though himsolf nn abolitionist, upenks it boldly tho scntimonts of n patriot concerning tho treasonable suggestion of a dissolution of tho Union t , t " With such on aim mitt end as tins, in tho in ception, prosecution and issuo of this groat work of philanthropy, shall wo talk ot dissolving this Union? that Union to which tho success of our efforts mutt givo elements of cohesion stronger than ton thousand chains of adamant? that Union, tho concentrating nucleus of tho hopes nnd Inter ests of the futuro ages of humanity ? that Union to which tho abolition of Blnvcry would givo a moral power that would lift up tho raco from its darkness and depression? Dissolution of tho Union !r Wlmt! cutinto tho Missis tippi, that jugii ar vein or tho Now World, nnd sever nil tho mighty arte nr ii.n fTnloii. nnd lcnvo It to bleed to death in ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 August 1845

o MONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL." BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIl, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 30.-WHOLE NO. 202.' POETRY. TUB GIRL AT HER DEVOTIONS; r u . u She wat JuU then fro-n licr homlnl knee, Hut yci pcico Miinfil nl vtli her ntcl For there wu pulem' upon I rr ounj cheek, Anil llioujjlitt upon tho wlikh never ipcitk, jlut wring tlin heart itinl nt tho last they tiruuk. Alio, luw mifh of tuny Iq rnmi. In lint wan fun ho ml hud Mint ltuw;od down lmaji lit r ojn n ii yl ft tire. v th it cer Lovo kIihhM linn utml" with a vniuendemor -Agnltm its U'i It l n tommon talo( Ami evr wilt ln wlnl o iflli hoIIi prevail Overmrth1 Impplito-i t It toll eha troo Willi i-il Mil,""crLt. uniequtted 1(1 t. It rnitioM not Iti lilt"ry i Itv du wlnff Liko llghtninzkwia and i-ilul, un.l it spring Liko n wlW flown vvI.lt i' it ii lent fkpocttd, Lulitlng whpilior rlicrUtied or rejfclfdj l.tvin? with only hut in ho ctmlcnt, ' Ilupi'l, tor loi h I s lt w n e lenient, U nuirin n...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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