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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 August 1837

IS M O i x. Ml JUL VOL. in. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. A U G tJ S T 25, 1837. NO. 51. VB N'T IE VERMONT PHCEWIX, Publittictl every Friday Morning, br lV3I. E, It Y THE It. t lll.lt..tt.1!n nft?irfv nnnniiln flit Diet X- ' "'"., ' " " " Stugo llvilfO.,, . .. T.rB,-Ti .injlu .l.r'itr Two Dollar year." piiiM wlio receive thi-ir m.cr ul tho office, ii a tear. CP N PP" ""continued until nr- paidtcxcepttil tlie option oftlie Milili.ticr. i'V'ooUtnliy "!' ,nu" 1,8 P'Pa''l " ll'cy.will not recti" UttClllloll. I'r tlie Vermonl t'lia-nix. TO JANE. J miU not prain lliy beaming eye, Like iliainonil though it l, Of check f lle Vermillion illej Ii end. n" praie from inc. uul.l nnt prai'c thy fanny liair, , . In rind' lh8 ' CHr1' Orbiun, (like nhlKii-ler f.iir,) My iwcct, my gentle girl! , TlipruK lip I no1 pr'e. ' Though reJ ll'o I'P ""S1" lm ' ,, jet tlie ui:itclilc form uf. grace II call, no praise from me. - Tlc icclet voice I would not praite, With mwic all replete, Or foft as ang.-1'i lirealli tlicir ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 August 1837

HEAR HIM! HEAR HIM II Sometime since the Whig papers assert" I principles ; or. rather ar union of men pro fessing different principles; 1 ho object of j .u.. r.i nr a i... L.,-r mai union on ino nan 01 mo nnii;niusons UU UIUI LIUM. 1 111 OUIilUUCi IUIV 11IVIIIU1.I, v I . I'l l . i, r . . t i has been accomplished, Dt knst os Turns congress irom Khoae isiana, nnu reiuseu , , g - . . . Devrn m..as to stand as a Van Buren cnndidnto for re- utes 0r gt.nura policy. I have differed with election, on account of a change in tits po- the Jackson party, I havo voted against litical Views, This the Tory presses deni- them in our Stale Legislature and in Con ...i .I .i;.. fi,:. ...lit, rtniinn,l cress. Since thev have become more nri. VU UIIU U1IUIUVU II .i.imv.iwwm. i y . , . " " I T T.. i . I. nrir1 DUlim f ( 1 if n r m rfl ,111 r II . . .-II - I i ... 1. IU, IIIIUIU UUbU UUUIOIJ. UIIU si.viu vmiiiimi.M .ne louowing win snow w..u u, r.g.u. . . . . . , . . "Another indication of the revolutio...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 August 1837

K . . - . nrttui ana miamous .fAercise of iho right of suffrage? .kHririnffnii .7. . . ..rt:-.ni Irnntrlh tn lhi Vnn lature, irom eat 111 oiVicaf rtriv to sccure himself a seat .nr, from which he is looking for liuni"-: n Ufl. .1 . ...nt hi U0nKfCf3 iriiu is una 1 .t mistical hontslythis bar- l'lDtmncraeU Ifli ycwwiiucr7n . ) The Whigs of New Fane will to IDS mucniiiuuuua uuu aeu . . nnt deccivu uuu uuuy unu uc .... nl 1.1.! ITICLIIVII VI lllbll kUll Illllll l" ,r 1J,.,17.v., JwANT . uir.uo iin .. - Pr the Vermont liu-nix. -viii. nP THE DHMOCIIAT. subject of your correspondent "Bige ..miinirallOll. was cciuuiiiy a uu u ... i n i...: i. J.,m,.nt. "JJIIICIOW -iiiiuitiuuk 10 ID till COlllliy. uy cerium puuucui who I'lfP "P n" miisa.iiii cry a- .irisiocmrv. Lemocracv I . ... ..... .lull IV..1I.. ...ll (a nrrnuiui is.. ..... r . , ...... iv i . i r . i to Iff nommuiea tor mo uvgisia- tools in tlicir s 'll I... xnmliliilit 'ft sustain this posiuou he uttempi i- t,r m uic i'11"-'" r tlmt l...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 August 1837

" If) Fritti lh Troy Dally XVMgl TIIE DUIDK'.S LAMENT. Oh ! cliIlomo not nor bid me smile And Vvear-tf gladsomo brow Nnv, dearest, let mo weep awhile, My'tiKfnghta are lonely now: I cnnpot leave, without a tear, The home whore girlhood's days passed o'er, That ever, ever will be dear, Though it be mine no more. The dark green wood, where ofl I've played, Through many a summer hour, The shadowy walks where, we have, strayed And my own much-loved bower: That verilant bower, where I have sought The brightest (lowers to bring, And round it long my hand has taught The drooping vino to cling. Butoh, the friends that I must lenvc! The fnithful and the dear! Tis this that mnke my spirit gricvo And promps the bitter tear: A mother's watchful tenderness, A father's care are o'er; And my dear sister's fond caress, I shall not meet it morel My sister we have fondly grown Liko flowers upon ono bough; Our hopes, our fears, our joys wero one Were ever ono till now. Oh I deep the woman's love must ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 September 1837

rOh. HI. BRATTLEBORQ , V t.'SJE P-T EMBER 1,183 7 . VEKHONT PIKEIYIX, PuWiilicil ctcry Friday Morning, by 1VM. K. KYTIIEIU - tr .II. rtn'ililinfr. nntlrlv nnnniltt. flti:,.- SlngO IIUIIO. J7rini-T in?1" ulcribrri Tjn Dollrvenr. i- nli.) rrrniio llielr iiupcr nt'tlm oftlfrtV .. . t-r JcJP iVu paper lUaciinllniieu until nr . i.i ill. nvrriil til ll,itinlinn ufttic nulttiMtir. i Older' ,llul "u wi iiicj win iiiii .; ailciilion. T I I nlUlll1 VI '-'- ' ! ..... "-IM bAVhUI li ... Fur tlio l'liirnix. Mr EDITOR- i "iiu ini-ii- is iiuiu.iu, nui !.. I'nmnc but in this countrv. n dwn ft.. ni lu'i'ii exci einetii on tin; sti ueci uf Fromjbo Ilditnn Mercantile Journal. SCENES IN HAVANA. TV fOrto ori' '".y s'a' "lho papots.llU Get. oral' 1 aeon,- the Governor General of Cuba had been recalled by tho Spanish. This re port, which however, proved to bo unfound to, guyu rise to ri'gret,.en thiumrt of (hose .-..vm.o in uuwina tor some vi-nrs nni ,t lire nunm nf il. 1 f 1 '. .v UIUI unporuint chan ces...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 September 1837

AN HISTORICAL EXPOSITION . Op the pnoonr.88 or GEticn.M. Jack8ons oriNio.Ns TOUCHiNo the Depositk Hanks. Though General JacMon has retired to. the Hermitage, he still seem to be regarded by the Globe, nnd hv no small portion oi the ; faithlul, Us the only true head oHhe pal ty. 1 he. devo ted "hickory" men nppcnr to have adopted the the maxim of the Kiiglisli hnv. that "the King never diest" n maxim which they npply per sonally to their "venernted chief," whmn they still look up to as the only infallible guide; not withstanding the "successor of his predeccss iviMiiiinu i tin Prrxidcntiiit clinir. J? The Globe onco perhaps fn a month, alludes to Mr Van liuren under iho somewhat ambig uous epithet of the "author of the letter to Sl.,.m.,l Williams-'' but it is full of references nf New Orleans." and his opin ions, past and present, on the currency J and is constantly publishing his private letters, by way of comforting the faithful, and keeping them in good heart. M'l.iV rS-i trim mi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 September 1837

palUl,u exllnhln tun l)Ul I1UI n &n or self defence. fpll1 .rsult of the canvass clearly Ci rowncd upon such n 1 ?s o support a feeble cm SSl that the Inst year's hi.1,f have been regarded .ho ICS"" i ,al community aisupniovi-u uuu .... i frowned upon such mean, bnse, t'y.rr0""nnrta feeble cnusc-aud it ltors ,.u.. h. Inst year's sad expert- us "Q.uod . .. ..nwnmil character and private If1- 1 . ' ,...ni season, would have itf"1;.. .ins I am disappointed. Irf I.M issued from the press of La Till 1 II I II I . 1- P" 1 u,nr "Democrat," but mis ueen I' "e s. u-iili nersonal abuse timl )0' r indeed must be the i ...n i i 'w "". .. .iii-li wennons in its snt- '111. i. J vc.Miiinn. no charges of I i IV II II U It " rt I ' " r,' M ' . I- ...... ...et I in I'llrnMtv il)u .. lli rntu ucted as to car- i"1" . ...i'o I'nnin. f'1'. honed uf.er nil. that the com- i ;,n will be decided upon prmeiple. lotion Wl I ' frllw.r.l.,.n well""." .... s hi innt-M. is he TfonsinuHun." should be the motto ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 September 1837

THE OAK. words era, r. mobris. Wcdman, spate that (reel Touch not s f ingle tough I In youth it sheltered rne, And I'll protect it now. Ttvu my f ncfatlict'rf hand Thatplsccd linear hli rot; There woodman, lit ft stand, Thy axe shall harm it not! , That old familiar tree, Whose glory and renown Are spread o'er land and sea, And wouldst thou hack It down? Woodman, foibcar thymrokc! Cut not it cailh-liound tic Ob, spare that nged risk, Now lowering to the skies! When hut an idle toy I sought it grateful shadr; In nil their gushing joy Here, too, my seder played. My mother kbss'd me here: My father pressed my hand Forgive this foolish tear, II lit let that old oak aland I My heartstrings round thee cling, Clone hx thy link, old friend! Here shall the wild bitd sing, And still thy branches lend. Old I fool the storm stilt brnvel Ami, woodman, leave the spot; While I've a hand to nave, Thy axe shall linnn it not. T II K I. 0 S T CHILD. x Tiiuii.Miin KTonr. in the county of Uliter, In the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 September 1837

EIMOIT PHCEWI -.!.r IT Oh. iv. Pulilbhol tcry Friday Jlnrnlnp, ly WH. b. It Y Til Kit. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. 8 ElPTlBJE5 faTlS! ... . ,.. i J lull Uillluim, ncarij uppniuc uiian e i Slnee lloiue ..l- .iwirili(r Two Dollars a vpnf. V . . v.tivf i!iiIr njttcra ni lilt tiflfirp. litJtrar. IC7 No piper ni&oiiitnneif until nr- I .... ixtentut Ihennliun ol llioiiuljlidier. lf,r i' ...iimiut Im tM.it.naltl ur llinv will in kllnlmvi , ff AH H"d' LT,li.nti n" J-pjUlllnd.nfJOll HUNTING ocally cxociil l -i .i!rp anil mi mudcmle term. Fur the Plurnix. TO MISS F. I- VT., OF FLOUID.V. lit lir m"f fc'"u,h i,loU ',l ,,,cc ""' k U not tlctain tlice, my LttllVfem! l !'!, InvH' in truth U.mifcwllieliiMortliii.oevc, . ,li,ir Mti lwcr, (lb lijm ihyyoutli) hBolbio'!"'' iulire,?Ky, LiihiKrc tbe tre.iiire f learning' bright gem, ,ike ptl'!' wCjcworen lr llieei, ,tf(rieiiJbip HJ !"" like. a. lair diadem owed Jeep in. nert ever oe. , .'itiUkoir, wIh-h thy rt..rjr U Juld Ei a, JiTi ihou ha rpenl with u litre, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 September 1837

IS' m m IV IX., From tlio National Intelligencer. . OBSERVATIONS OF THE MIXED CURRENCY OF THE U. a. The prostration of credit is nmongfjhe .sovercst calamities which can befall a com " merclal nution. The incvitiiblo consequences arc bankruptcies, arreting theofdinary pur suits of business, n ruinous diminution in prices, n wont of employment, and n great .individual distress. This columity has come ..;.,. RiSII tlin npnnlr. withiSOmo ex- UJJUII . - i -; xxntmn. find tha Governments ol tntrcoun- try, will be nblo to pay what they owe The notional resources remain the same. But tho fall in prices, and the. wafit of buy' cis, lessen the present ability to pay. Tha cnlntnitv has Allien with unusual se vnritv unon the lartre cities. It will soon overspread the country. None can escape, It w II. nt least, bend whom it does not - ...... - - lirtialf. In times like these, the mercantile class is tlio fir.t tn hff stricken down. And when- over this class bends or breaks, the wholo t peoplo ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 September 1837

been nt ihe south Jong? rfough -ii mmlinpil for llio task, nrnv bcon,,L j irW dissertation on the iiior- c w- .t -1 -... nt Avnnr in nil ira ff'"7 fntl . ivIiniliMr thn msTilii. -(fii-ations. VV ------ ,. , .,, iui-- ... imrifi 1 1 ir ri.on,w.,,.n . (I nUf'T 'Y i r, f licentiousness prevails, and jf so " ...i thn extent: 1011 lis now nil vtuch- has obtained foothold, nnd " 9 . ....... I.AO .iMrtt"""" . . . i . . i i.i nmiiiiiiv hn inrnnspn nr ihu absolute! con nut..--- ' t ,t.:.,nra nifjr ilia smile nnrl lnf masters mm ""! .i-r -i- . nf slaves whether mnlo or femftlc; lUlc v , I I n,i,h,it nf clnvrc in nnnh vl o stand in the rehitioh df cli, drehlo llls ....... nvprsecrs. or drivers. As von ... mnsu is. - . . r , , .. e formerly virtue lived nl the north, tell us is more easily induced to nffll. lo the demon nl vice here, vJ)ijre Scted by puMic Mfngnnd.he, wS i I ...nnnir SUVCS. wlleie. I10lllll)!T ,cu t and where resistance is vain; nil u if 'ou cun. the quantity of wllite ZhU Mens...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 September 1837

XAJOX DOWWJfG'S LETTERS. JUccwst, J.. I. as rW eftf rofc ? .-cectarfer .? bar aaa&e a nam; I Mte fy- f ix tirat 5o Km tS ia e wkhct . vns.. Kr 5.i.U7. t i lite ifyr irxistl Son. bn ti la Mse tra. aow . . . ,. .. ,r ,r v.,"r1 aH r.fwbj est eaTour tatk. to wlowr- t J.-TZ11J ZLl u iLexrcM Demo-, " f ! t Srfr . C u k, we .w to iixto aioas, the. I Mate rawir n-rfcr. tor oce,ar, I "J rcrae cC the mc of the iwne naiii it -v V " " '.ferr Horn 1 be fzrt Cf .ra-2-T, .r.- .ir- tr-,- r,f n-rrr Iwrt this . 54 JiL tM, f bow tkh i r "'ej?r akwg with lh " l rMr-; oa twa wty, to JO, tfce fclJ error yo swekbonny her. haiawir jant graw, f Iww I ?r Feifcjw C.tiew I amt .a the akwrr with the " I wr Fo&aT oa . t ff ?wl ,tnrr nwijj-r to a SOIKXC lisst Usc-taia; " r I : .. j IT ..... - - . . fonocr i n fA jusracrma kwo JMyerlCtriK (Rat ir iwt wnw . jMpirffcM, aarf fewaWfrf ateost Sahara- snorr :. ird in Mr fcenr h hh aCcxMne V I sac to pfrtijr gtxrf Iffc I mean toi(e j lick br aod wait ljr XXX bwi ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 September 1837

TERMOWT PHIEUTIX. BR1TTLEBORO, Vt. SEPTEMBER 15, 1837. NO 2. 1 ,sfI)EI'T'S MESSAGE. L Citizen of the Senate, I House oRepresenlaUres: lft -a-of tho 23d of Juno. 183G. regu- KiniTtliecmpioyiiieiii """ ""i "' ..j.rn.nL'i for- tlint nurnost. Lif'tho July of Secretary of the f- . .t:.,,Hr,ll. till! lists of filif h of Us' should nt imy timo refuse to redeem I notes in specie, anu to suusiuuie uuicr L , woriJcd a sufficient number could ,t,ij ncu iu " i - v t,c terms and conditions therein pre- :l"-"V I ! ' iZn nf sneeie payments bv the P nnfliril llio nerlnrm- rum way .' . r . - - " , a., imniTQtlVC. in resncct to ;0.t.-i. U.,. heen selected under the ironii -- - . . mlmiidc it. at the same time, imprac- fblcto employ the requisite, number of rs upon tin prcsci iueu uiu u, iW regulations esmuiisneu oy uon- SS for the (Ii'pOSlie iliu aiuu nci-juug ui bavins thus unexpected- ome inoperative, 1 felt it to be my duly flird you an early opportunity ior mc i- .tmrf!ftrv nnivprs nvpr tin iSCSO...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 September 1837

mcnt, nor under its control, nre more worthy of confidence than officers selected from tho peoplo, nnd responsible to the Government; officers bound by official oaths nnd bond3 for n faithful performance of their duties, nnd constantly subject to the supervision of Con gress. Tho difficulties of transfer, and tho aid heretofore rendered by bunks, have been less than is usun v supposed. Iho actual ac counts show that by far tho larger portion of payments is made within snort or conyen lent distances from the places of collection and the whole number of warrants issued at tho Treasury in the year 1834 n year tho result of which will, it is believed, afford a safe test for the future fell short of fivo thousand, or an nverntrc of less than one dai ly. for each State In the city of New York, they did not average more than two a day; and at the city of Washington, only lour. Tho difficulties heretofore oxisting are, mnrconr. dm v lessened bv an increase in the cheapness nnd facility of c...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 September 1837

l7 seems to lc full of fuel, tho tnnkardsj III of water, iho machines in order, tho f Lis clear, me cng neera waning meir op- Pc .. . .I .-oro full mid nvprv tliinn- n.n.li. 'W Jit stait and n speedy journey.-- Imrmbers have been together only three . and three noisier days, or more voho- v , -vpitnmcnt. more nnrtv snirit. l.nce. inu'" i -j -r...., . ' - . 1 . . I r. PHCEWIX. Friday Morning-, September 15, 1837. STATE ELECTION The election in this state has resulted as we uuuni.aicu, ln mo complete triumph of Whiir r .J-wlonmcnta of combdlivcness. de. ' T" . "m ,l ,uu"can olw co"' B ?.l'.::: itnncr.; . "oc.l,nca n Wo are unable jrtirr'""."' nowever tins week to cive a p.nm.,l.. gerrss. ftiony wr. .uuuo mentof v( - Vsinncarnncc, nnn somo oi mo now . ' cir rc ,. r., Returns from isn ini r,i- - r... r... . i I . rnltl MIIII'll'IIL M'l III LIU ITMIlIla I (.art- VUU.a 1U1 IIU IT iWW" ". ...i ,i . emor. Jcnisnn 12. RR. TlrnH1 in r.ar. un.; Urn rev s lieu iu luciiuui, uiuuu meir , : i j r ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 September 1837

From tho N. Y. Jour, of Commcrto. Riot at Allon, Illinois. SUps from tho office of the St. Louis Bulletin-anil Repub lican, state that the printing ollico of the Al ton Observer, on abolitionist paper, was nltncked by an assembluge of the citizens of . J . . I . I . L 1 .. I. ! that place, on trio tiigni 01 tne zuu uiumo, nnd the printing materials destroyed. Tho Si. Louis Republican says: "Tho party by whom "tho act was consum mated met Mr Lovejoy, before tho.demolition of the office, and were disposed to inflict upon his person some gross indignity) but upon his appealing to them, in supplicating tones, to be spared, on account of his family, they suffered him to pass unharmed. On their approach to the office, they found it guarded by numbers of the Abolitionists. Their measures however, were speedily tak en, nnd availing themselves of the protec tion of a wall in the neighborhood of the building, they poured a volley of stones up on the persons tn nnd about the office. One. man r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 September 1837

VERMONT PHtEIIX IV. . r,npa cici j ...... - o' . Pa-Mui Miirnlncr. Imp t E. itYTIlER. Hall lltiixiingt h.hj . ...... a Slsic IIoukc. T .Inile uU.-riWr. Two Dollar! a year. ..Uirreho Ihrlr paper ai inn omen. J ..mam urn rtatit. rxrrtit ni -..inlrlMt Ml" " BUI"-"' l- .r.l,. wilt Ifncr. .-...... . "" I . .,1 !... .....! PA1U ' "" I " . . .... . for the Vcnnonl I'hcrnlx. THE WIND. milinlin '' "i,lc XvorlJ liko ,l,c voic' .fafpirit.' Cray. . at :i it;lit. Iiait tliou wumlercil where i rmcco, in my Riry light thy ight; .In.ll of ihe mournful rtrnlni un uvi s .... I 1 I .t- .ifi T nneil iliruuirli the vim. . ILI1 VJ''fc"l " I 1 - a r iJirucr,M.tnoeir.Fine i njuuu. tinea tmce iajt u inc wmu niuumiui t.; - .i--.-i.-it found; tu BOUT iliai muii iwn.ni lino muului in mtl l liitcwd tncb.in.ed .upprfiaing my moan. OlMiWRTi iHCj ircnucu iuc nun: 1 --..- I ..A.. Si 1 t at f..- .1 I I I .1.. ,(.... - I : !.. - -f-. . tt JlL'JC OF THE URtEK MuUMTAIZU. Pi liiti.i. DWT. For the Vrrtnoni Plurnix. Butle...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 September 1837

ffi Iff to separate from all that kind of currency. I ntivo on'y ono word more lo say to Un do Sam mid thnt is, not to let the Govern ment talk too much of "scparatin"! it did wrong when it struck off "K Pluritmt U num" from tho new coin ; I did not like that but 1 though it would stop there, and not try it in other inntters. Tho fnct is, ' the Government" nint "Uncle Sam" alone, or 'Uncle Sam" and his party, alone it is the people's property; and no matter how much "Uncle Sain" mav try to separate himsulf, the people wontlct him for without "tho people, tho hull people, nnd and nothing but the people," they know that "Undo Sam" would soon become n poor and rouged old man, and Imvo no money to pay his debts, and no one would take his note; thereforo I say, "Undo Sam," don't say any thing more about scparatin, but stick to the old sigh board. "E Plaribus Unum:" and if you yairt any further advice, git sich kind of folks about you, ns you, or any goou ctnzen would like to appoint your...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 September 1837

ws of tho Scnnto blush fof their -consistency. 'l''lC now pniission'of Treasury notes, rr Webster contended, wns a new emis sion of old Continental Monk ! Old Continental money from nn Adminlstrntion too which was about to propose a Bankrupt LaV, and who had been uniform and zeal ous in their opposition to Banknotes.- Could the Genius of the Old Confederacy have stalked abroad in our midst, nt this laic dayt hu could not havo better associated the prfwni with the past A new emission of old Continental inon rV in the fllrt'' fifth year of the Experi ment, which was to abolish Bank rags en tirely, and to fill our purses with gold; is oin bad idea. Ten millions of rngs'l-i-Gold flowing up the Mississippi I I leave this rcut country prosperous and happy J Restore the constitutional currency bf'gold 0nd silver! This is indeed the golden ago of the Experiment I But enough. Your, &c. E. B. P. S. Friday Evening. The Senate have engrossed ihu Bill ; and have discus sed at some length, th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 September 1837

m 1! om llio journal of llie Amrrlcnn Temperance Union. MATERNAL LOVE, have, wen n mother's love enduro every 4aJ i.hliarmpil nil. I rnmn-l.irl h IVnm t 1(3 ren tier's furnace purged from that dross of bMfish nfcs which thii henrt is wont to find mmaled I..L I.I ...M VtiPt.HPlI im !! Ifcr only sun all tho fullness of her affection, ind the little gnins of her industry, Sho dcni- will! lw purest unm. n '"" .-"i'-"-;. jd hcrsolfevcry supcriiuity, mai " B' " - ceive the benefit of education mid the indul- Jccive the benefit of education ,0,""u' U genecs that boyhood covets. Sho vat silently by her smnll tire, anu iiRiiiru no. ; -dle, and regarded him with intense delight, as he amused himself with his books, or sought out the lessons for the following day. Hie expen ses of his school were discharged by her labor of her hands, and glad and proud was she to be Blowon him privileges which herowftyolilli had never heed permitted to slmre. She believed him to be diligently acquiring the kno...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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