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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 November 1836

NOT THE GLORY OF CSAIl ; HUT THE WELFA KB OF HO M E. BY II. K. STACY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1836. VOL-. XNo. 489. ADDRESS To the Freemen of Ike State of Vermont, on the rending of the 9th resolution, at the Vermont Stale Convention. BY THE HON. WILLIAM fLADE. Fellow citizens: The occurrence of 'nny great crisis in the affairs of n commu tifiy. justifies the assembling of its citizens 'to consult in regard to the common safety, jnnd concert measures for the common good. To do so in the existing crisis in our na 'tional affairs, is tlic purpose which ha "brought together the convention that now 'addresses you. One of the highest duties devolving on ."you as freemen is about to bo performed. 'As citizens of a great Republic, yon are to 'exercise the high prerogative of giving your Voice in'the selection of its Chief Expcii live Magistrate ; and we arc now ossein 'bled to deliberate upon the questions in volved in this election to exchange freely 'our views, and to express to you and to t...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 November 1836

jliould deserve to be, the acorn nnd derision af the world. While they arc Antimasons, nnd glory, in the name, they glory yet more in the noble principle! they have -maintain, 'ed, and will, at all hazard, continue to maintain an uncompromising opposition to every thing that exalts itself against t he fonn republicanism which they inhaled with their first breath, and which, while that btcatJi lasts, they will .continue to maintan. Antiinasnnry did not give them their principle?. They were before, and BbovoH and will livo when Masonry and Antimasonry, and r vcry thing but the deep and broad foundations ol Equal Rights, and Impartial Justice which support our Republican Institutions, etiall have been swept away. LEGISLATURE OP VERMONT Monday. Oct. 24 Resolution! By Mr Pliulps, instructing the committee on military affairs to inquire into the evils existing in our militia sys tern and reoort by bill or otherwise. Several bills frcim the house wero refer- red to appropriate committees. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 November 1836

Curioui Calculation. Lord Chcslcrflqld wi a great enemy to snuff taking ; indeed tnbaceoin any ahapa was hie aversion. He calculated that every inveterate snuff taker takea one pinch every ten minutes every pinch, with the agreeable ceremony of wiping and blowing the none, and other incidental circumstances, consumes a min ute. and a half. Thin, allowing sixteen hours to a snuff taking day, amounts to two hours and twenty-four minutes out of every natural day or one day nut of every ten or thirty six days in a year. Thus if the practice shall bopcrsisted in for forty years, two entire year of a snuff-takcrs life' will be dedicotrd to tickling his nose, and two more to blowing it. Button Merc. Jour. DIED. In Smith Hern, on i lie llili uli. Dill) Lnnrion, Erq. Hgeil SO jeim. very suddenly, NOTICE. AT meeting of the Directors of the Colchester Manui'acmiing company, duly hidden this 2nd day nf November, A. D. l83C.it is ordered that an assessment of five dollars be laid upon each share...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 November 1836

,uai ue " " THESE cellcbralcd bitters nro compos ed purely ol vegetables of I he must innocent yet specific virtues. Tlicy arc recommended particularly for restoring weak constitutions, cleansing t lie stomach and increasing the appetite also a prrven tativo against the cholera nimbus, (ever and acne, removing nausea, vomiting, . t . - l. in tlm hrrnsl. ueari ourniug, nw" nain in the stomach and other symptoms o flatulence anu inuigesimii. wuu tincture- one gallon, Piicc 1 j cents a box. Russell's Itch Ointment. This choice ami Fal'o ointment is said lo be superior to any now in use, Tor that dis agreeable and loathsome diseasc,lhe 1 I Oil This ointment is so certain in its opeiatinn that no person troubled with the above disorder ought not to bo without it. It is a remedy fur cutaneous eruptions, scorbut ic affections 01 Hie licau, ur uwy umu breaking out which arises from sharp hu mours in the blood. Price 23 cents a box. Russell's Vegetable Billious OR FAMILY PHYSIC. FOR general ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 November 1836

NOT THE O l O It V O F C ,K S A II ; II V T T II K W K I. F A It I' O V K O fll K. BY IB. Jtf. STACY. I 1 1 11 1 In- token Tiir IS37. tiii: .Momnirs jewel. by it. y. giiulu. Jcivpl iiiixi iiociiiih iliy tnullirr to dfrk, Cliiuin mi fisi in tin-1 li.iin uf mv imk, l.ocKinu iln Hi ilc u line fini in m hold Clu-ei hmiI r.lii-n ihp iui-Ipis iifaiiM Sirongri limn dip.-p me dip link iImi rnnfinn JVp.ir ilii fund lio-.nn ihis iip.imiil' nl mini; ! Gift fiiini nit Miikri.s.i mu .mil sodi-iir, Aliimsl I liulil llipp iih iipinliliiij; iind IV. ir. Whcntp I iliis bI kIiip-k no Imlv hi il new, Kp'i in I rl.i.i iIipp. or li.it m iIipc in view 1 Wh.il is llif n-in-- ili.it slips iipi niiinl, limit in-- ii li.uk if ii leiiti-s iIipp hi hind ! .Sufi i llip IimiiiI.isp, Inn fining is i lip k nut 0 ! ttlipn llip nimlipi Iici- li.ihp Ii.h f.i-ul, (Vii'iiii! fiiiin jn in mi F.ip.rd n mist, D.uk i-Ik ill. I lier i'ju lie unit rlu-ed fur I tic dun. Spiill ini'ti.iil.il uiili I i u 1 1 1 ft run -.bote, Ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 November 1836

FRIDAY MO UNI NO, NOVEMBEUiU. TUB ELECTIONS. The .Presidential contest is now over, and a few days will put us in possession 01 Iho result. Tho flection took place in Ohio and Pennsylvania, on the 4th, in Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware. Virginia, Gcorgio, Kentucky, Indiana, Mississippi, Jllinois and Missouri, on tho !7th,-and in Vermont and Louisiana on the 8th. This lilt, it will be seen, embraces all the doubt Tu) States. Maryland, Massachusetts, and Alabama elect on tho 14th, Tennessee and North Carolina on the 17th, Rhode Island on the 23d, and South Carolina by ho iLcgislature. We have received returns from a few counties in Pennsylvania, some of which how a very handsoma gain fur the Whig 'ticket since the October election. But -these accounts come to us through the atmosphere of the New York election, and, inasmuch aa we are disposed to elect Gen. Harrison without the aid of Pennsylvania, -we shall, for thu present, set her down against us t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 November 1836

PICK up your old CVuf Iron ond brine it in to mo and I will nay yon the Caih for it. A penny saved is worth two pence clear, fiays Duel. Franklin. WM. ULAKB. Burlington: Nov. 0, in3G, rrsTT GOODS. SYDNEY BARLOW fins received his Fall and Winter supply of Good, and respectfully invites the public to call and tec them. Pcarl-st., Burlington, Nov. II. I03G. Silver Alarm and Gold Lapinc Watches of an excellent quality, Just received at the Variety Shop. I'ANGBORN & BIUNSMA1D. Nov. 10. Saddlery &, Carriage Trim mings. JUST received and now being opened at tlio Hardware Store; the most full and 'complete assortment of Saddicry, and Car dago trimmings over offered to the trade in this place, comprising full assortments of Brass, Plated, Japancd and tinned,' Saddicry; Cotton and Worsted Webb, wide and narrow Straining and Rein do. carriage laces; Steps, oxlcs, and plated dash Irons; plated and brass jilaled Carriage, Gig and Sulkoy Lamps eye. all of which will bo sold at reduced pii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 November 1836

CASH FOR BUTT 14 II. HE hlgh'st market prion paid fur Guuil Table Butter by lathrop Sf poTirix. Oct. 17A IICIO. New Establishment. TUB mbfcribcr respectfully informs the public and his friends generally, that he has taken t ho store recently occupied by Mr John Abbott two door smith of Iiif old shop, and has just received frnnt New York a well selected assortment nf Ladies' Boots & Shoes, Misses', and Childrens'. &,c. of til kinds and descriptions. He has also, on hand and is now manufacturing from the best materials Gentlemen.' thin Bonis Shoes and Pumps; thick Bnnlp, Shoes ami Brogans. In short every nrticlc in Ins line made on short notice, anil as cheap as can be atlordei! lor cash or short approved ere dit, and all rips mended grati. D. S. RUSSELL. N. B. Wanted immediately two or three first rate Journeymen Hunt Makers to whom (he highest wages will be paid, and eon-taut employment. D. S. R. Burlington. Aug. 17,1036. JUST received, the Penny Magazine for 183?. 33. '3-t ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 November 1836

NOT THE Or.Oliy OF C A. S A U ', It II T T II H W R I. F A UK O V K O M R. BY II. li. STACY. FRIDAY, N OVK M 95 13 It 18, 1836. VOBi. X No. 491. 'I X i' Mil J y TOO SOON. Too r onn ! too soon ! hnw nfi lli.il word Cornell n'er my rpli il like n pppll ; Awnkeniii every mournful clionl Th ;i I in i lie linm.iti hearl m.iv dwell t Ofjiopes llinl perish in their noon Of jouih dec.ijcd loo foon, too s.oti ! Too non, too mon it is a pound To iliin tlio light with miny n tear, As bitterly wp ginc nrotniil, Ami find Imw few no line lire licrej No frown upon the quint nonn, Whose parting light r.iiinca till too men ! futn:rt(lnrtoo toon if e'er were thine The jojn, iIip umi's, iIip linppa of love ; If thou lul knell In-fore the idirhiC Of lipiitttyfin some ptiuliithl qrive; Whose lips" otiu? rnfeji In p. h lie! uf June, 'I liou'et wept tho?e words too toon, too soon! Too snon.H stamped 01 every leaf. In rh ii-ipipi's of iliin dppav ; Ton foon I. wtit in tpars of trlcf On nil thin? f.nlin.' f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 November 1836

The discusion was continued Messrs Foolc, Tracy, nml Dewey of II. in favor, ond by Messrs-Cuttis. C. K. Field, tticc nl Somerset. Pilch, Buckinailer. Pierce, Doe. Smilh of.Bensnn ami Bancroft against the amendment, nml it was rejected. MrPecIt offered nincndmcnlf). providing that the "first instalment" only bo district ted nccordinj; to the census of 1030, and that tlio second and third instalments be distributed according to the census to bn taken in March 1037, if any he taken and ifnonc bu taken, that the second and third instalments be distributed according to the nonulation in 1030. supported by Messrs Conant, Peck and Vilas, opposed by Messrs Buckmaster ami Fitch, end tlio lirst ro ji'ded 110 to 75, and the second without n count. The bill was then read a eccond time and ordered to a third reading unan .imnuslv. Mr Brewster introduced a resolution for -adjournment of both houses on tho lGlh iust laid on the table. 2 o'clock, P- M. Senate Reporlt of Committees By Mr Henry, from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 November 1836

Westfof d High School. frlAiiK winter term ofinslruclion In this school 4JL will commrnco on llio first Monday of December next, Tuition per quarter, Greek and Latin languages $3,50, other liberal studies, $300. Hoard and washing may be 'had In respectable families for from $1 25 to 1 75 per week. Tills School, occupying n convenient and pleasantly located Ilrick Building in Wcstford village, was commenced in September last, Under llio direction of tho utidersignod trus. tecs, and Mr Y. W. Minman, as tutor, wlioso services they fully approve and confidently 'recommends; and hope, by laudablo excitions to merit and receive a conlinuanro of public V&vor and patronage. By order of Trustees, Rev. S, Parmei.ee. Rev. 1. Huntley, Dea. J. Hodart. M. C. Earl, T. Hatnes, Sec. Wcslford, November 10, 1835. "Winooski Patent Block Mills, AND WOOLEN WORKS. fcHE public, in the vicinity of Burlington, aro respectfully informed, that llio pro- grcss of these works renders somo regulation needful,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 November 1836

This day rcc'd -price 50 cts. nenily bound in cloth, hc Pander's Gild fit's and Varnishcr'n Manual, containing rules and regulations in every thing rein tine to the nrt of Painting, Gilding mid Varnishing; numerous tisolul nni! valuable Receipt; Tetts fur detecting adulterations in oils.cn'ors, &c. nnd a statement ut Hie disoa-ce and accidents In winch PHinlcrs, Gilders mid var.iislmrs arc peculiarly liable, Willi (lie simplest nnrl best method of prc vcti'.inn and remedy. Oct. 7. V. HUinlNGTON. New Establishment. rTlHB subscriber roe " ctfully informs iho X public and Ins friends generally, thai lie has taken the sinro recently occupied bv Mr John Abbott two doors bouth of lin old shop, and lins just received from New Vnrli n well selected assortment of Ladies' Boots & Shoes, Misses', unci Childrens'. &c. of nil kinds and descriptions. He has nlsn, on hand and is now manufacturing from the best materials Gent lemons' linn Bunlf. Shoes and Pumps; thick Bonis. Shoes and B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 November 1836

NOT THE CMIIIV OF CESAIt; HUT THE, WEI. FAKE OF HOME. MMMWWMWWMWiMWWMMWWMMMWWMMMWMMMMBKMgMWW IIWIIIII mi lllipgiai tamom BY IB. H. STACY. FRIDAY, AOVEMIiJilt 25, 1836. VOB. X--X. 492. There il a lidine and he.inty ill lln following lines fiiim llieprnnf.i Tin ml, imvv in Europe, ulrit h Hiiiil.l itn lionur In U'ADSnomll. Tl.py weie wriilpu iri.my jp.ii .ij-ii; hut ihey Ii.op n diu n ami ierii!iiir ;ipplir.oinii in ilic uuiumn ic.uun Coin jrnr to j ear. V. S Gas. AUTUMN. Willi wliiit h slurj rinr mil cnp rr ' The lwd til' ') his! ilm.e he.ienliil li iihiii.iein Orium Kio .mil rkjii'l t f. ilmvn-ciijiiv Life's iipuhp.. .mil iMitli. ".niiin.in spic.id mil J Ami when the rilivi Initio ul lln- i l.,mU 'Cninee iIuhii 1 1 ii ii 1 1 1 ,ni mini miii, mill, uiili A (ii.liot gl. nines-, itip ul, vimi lakes Ui "in blight li.tn-i inn le nf uulilsii luiilr, 'A pomp and pagcim fill i Im splrndiil hpiip. Tlipir in a lie.ituifiil spoil liir.i'luni nniv Iia mclluw tidiiicif on the cliisicrpil tree, j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 November 1836

chair, amended so as totako effect from Us . iL ! r. .1 n I n II passage, rcau a miru Surplui Revenue on motion ot Mr a u ihnnnnate resumed the considera tion of this subject, the question being the same ai at !ho adjournment laat evening! I.. Mr. If. -hard moved to commit the bill for further amendment, bill committed to Mr H.. amendment concurred in, when the bill was read a third time and passed. Those .vho voted in the affirmative are, Messrs, Barnes, Beckwith. Bell, Brings, Grundy. Hebard, Henry, Howe, Hubbel, Kcycs.Kitismnn, Merrill. PalmeriPiernoint, Ranney. Sheldon. Smilic. Tenney, Water, man, Watson, Young, 21. Those who voted in tho negative are, Messrs. Con verse, Hammond, Miller. Phelps, P6rtcr, Steele, Van Sicklen, White, 8. Hooys Bills passed Relating to pub lie buildings incorporating Manchester cotton and woolen inanufac. Co incor porating Guildhall hndge Co, relative to transfer of turnpike stock to prevent for cible entry and detainer. Th? Senate returned ths surpl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 November 1836

Two editors recently fought a a duel in Louisiana. Ono them was wounded and both of them most confoundedly frightened, They had no business with pistols, and ought to bo sentenced to rend cech other's paragraphs for a whole year, which is pun ishment enough for any crime. DENTIST. DOCT. BROCKWAY, of Troy, N.V. will he in Burlington, on or about I hi' 6th of December, and will stop a short time at Howard's Hotel, whore ho may be consulted professionally, Ho will bp pre pared lo insert his superior mineral Teeth which in point of durability and beauty, stand, confessedly unrivaled; and will also afTectually arrest I lie progress of decay in tcelli, bv filling with gold, &c. Nov. 25. 11138. JUST PUBLISHED, PRACTICAL FORMS, with notes and references explanatory of the law gov erning the casu to which thoy are applicable, being a convenient Manuul for Altornios, conveyancers, men of business, Ju iign- and Registers of Probate, Executors and Admin istrators, Sheriffs, town Ollicers an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 November 1836

Dry Groceries. Ot,'D Hyson. 1 Imperial in qt. canisten ! Gun Powder, V TEAS. Snuchung nml Black, j Hyson skin, and Young Hyson J Coffee, pepper, splco. ginger, saleratus Lump, loaf and brown Sugars. Lamp Oil, Molassc, &c. A pood assortment of llie above nrticlcr will bu kept on band al tlm lowest prices Oct. 14. Lr.MUF.r. Cmvri &. Co. Y New Establishment. THU subscriber respectfully inform? tin public and bis friends generally, tbnl be has taken the stnro recently occupied by Mr John Abbott two dnnrs sntitli ol old shop, and lias just received from New York a well selected assortment or Ladies' Boots & ihocs, Misses1, and Childrens'. Sec. of all kinds and descriptions. He has also, on baud uml is imw manufacturing limn the best materials Gciitlemcus' lliin Boots. Shoes and Pump; thick Hoots. Shoes anil Brngans. In short every article in Ins Mm made on short notice, nnd ns cheap a can be afforded for ca'h or short approved cre dit, and all rips mended gratis. D. S. RUSSEL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 December 1836

wfa$ NOT THE GLORY OF CjESAR; BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1836. . VOL. X No. 493 GEOLOGY. "Aoe or the World, At the meeting of lne uritisn Association on t rnlay, lite only tart elicited through die evening, wna the declaration of vt uucKiand, ntitt millions ol yenra must liencelar ward be assigned to I lie age of the world, nnd that the best Hebrew schollars had laiely given a new interpretation to the two first verses of Genesis. This nnnonncement of the Rev. Docior wasieceiv d witli an applause tit it lasted sume minutes." We find this paragraph in an English paper giving an account of the proceedings 'of the "Sixth Meeting of the British Asso ciation for the Advancement of Science," held in August last, in Bristol, in England; and it marks in a significant manner the 'influence which these meetings have al ready begun to have upon come ancient 'prejudices that havo greatly retarded the progress of knowledge. These meetings are annually held at on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 December 1836

From tho Providence, U. 1, Journal, "REMARKABLE PHENOMENA OP ANIMAL MAGNETISM. Having received of Dr. I'oycn, n polite invitation to witness n case of magiictical somnambulism, now under his cliarfja al Pawlucket, wi'.li the assurance that an hour there spent, "would ho ono of t lie most wonderful of my life," I went lat evening, occompanied by n gentleman of the highest integrity, wlio witnessed with mo llio facts I am about to relate, and who would give testimony to tho truth. At half past 7 o' clock, vve went to the boarding house of the Somnambulist, (Miss Cynthia Uleason.) whom wo found "sitting, clothed, and in her right mind," conversing with some twolvo or fifteen ladies and gentlemen. On being introduced, she arose from her seat and very modestly gave her hand, say ing, "I nm happy to wo you." She is rath cr tall and slendcr,--lias large prominent eyes, and an expression of purity, of reli gious thought, rests upon her well-marked features, which arc rather palo than fair. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 December 1836

PROBATE COURTS. NOTICE is hereby given I lint ihc Pro bale Couris wnliin ami for lliu Dis trict of 'ChUlcndcn, will, until further no tice is Riven, bo liolilen on thu second Wednesday of every month at Writ. Wee. ton'a office (in llic Court House) in Burling ton, nnd on llio third Monday of every month ot John A. Wtltcy's lintel in Williv ton, at tun o'clock in the forenoon; com. mencing ut Burlington, on tho second Wednesday of December, ins!. The Probato office will bo kept at said Westoiiii office, in said Burlincinn. CHARLES RUSSELL, Jutjc'. Wm. Veit'n- Register. December 1ii3G- Information Wanted. f MARY WATERS, a stranger in a strange land, is ntixuni? to obtain informa tion of her husband, William Waters, who -came into the Stales from Quebec, about six week? since. Any informal ion concern ing him will bo thankfully received, and rewarded with, at least, tho fulncs of a wife's and a mother's gratitude. Shn niny bo found at the house of Nicholas Killens near the lake. DENTIS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 December 1836

Prom ttie Bolton Mercantile Journal. RECEIPT FOR MAKING CAKES. VERSIFIED If S. A. A. If lliere'ii n laity in ihii learned land, Upon her tea-board wishes something grand,- Let her take this itdvice s Here i a oke, whose rUvnr, pant dispute 'J he most fiisiidiouss pillule needi inuit suit J Try il 'lis very nice. Two poundi of flour from fi entity gathered wheal, line ha It a pound ot Duller mat is sweet, White sugar oflhe same weight, A pint of milk, three eggs, 11 little jemt Such wis freed, 'tis said, it always best A relish to cieule. Tart of the flour and milk and jeast mix well, -Ami let it stand till it duilt plainly tell 'T is as the oilier light ; The butter then, the eggs nnd sugar stir Together nicelj as jou would prefer Pound cake on bridal night. This last along wiili balance of your flour, To the first mixture you should gently pour, And let tbem onrc more atnnd, That the grand compound may become so light The merest glance asmres you it is right ; Then put it in the pa...

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