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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 February 1842

ittftMebttr II. BEI'r-Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. FEBRUARY 1, 1842. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 39 Iv this i-aper are runtisiiED tiie Public O.idkrs, Resolutioxs, Laws, Public 1 reaties, Ect. of tiie Umted States, bv authority. The Popi.e's P nK?s U prinledin the Brick n;u;n. -,n. i.f.i i, -t i. ii'JUumg JSorlh endof the liridze. by ' 3 EI'IIRAIM MAXHAM, by wlmm all orders for prinling Books, Pamphlets, Bills. Cards, Sce., of cverij descriplion,v:ill be neally xnd fashion-My execuled, at short notiee. T E R.MS OF THE SIXTH VOLUM E. ViUase subscribers rV.aitgubcribcrs, ...... lndtriitiiate nnd Companles wlio lake at Ihe officr or 1,00 ceiif if pald in six moutlu. C'lmpanics on staee routi-is, .... r 1.50 il paid lu r ir monlhi. Those who lake of ro.rridT3, C.Mnp.nios .iuil ImtiriiliialK ofT llic route nr 1.50. if paid iitsir months. 2.no &,?b, 51, "5 52. no 1,75 N(ipnT.di.;oiitiniieduntilanranizcsarepaid, exceDt at tiie o-.tion nf tlip proprietor. Nn payineutsto Uarrierialluwede...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 February 1842

LATEST FROM THK SANOWICII ISLANDS AND TIIE EXPLORING EXPEDITIQN. From thc Journal of Commcrce. By wny of Maz ilan and Vcra Cruz. we Imve rect'ivcd a file of tlic Sandwich Ulands PoJynesian lo thc 31st af July. They britig us intelligcneo from ihe U. 3. sSip Pencock and schr. Flying Fish, of tlic Exploriti:; Exprdition, concorriing which no ndvicc had rtnchcd Jliis cauntry ftir n con siderablc period ; and some anxiety was felt i-diiccrnlng ti.cm. h wiil bu secn thnl they havc had some skirmishcs with thu natives of Uk Island which they were survyinjr, aud had uuo man I:il!cd. IIonoixld-, June 10. Thc U. S. ship Pcacock, Cnpt. Hudson, and Scliooncr Flying Fi-sh, S. Knox, Com t:it:nder, arrivcd during thc wcek aftcr a hag and protraclrd cruise to thc south and west ofliccrs and and crcw in good benltli. Their original dcstinalion was the Columbia Rivcr, whcre they expected to havc joined tho other vesscls ofthc Exploring Squadron tivo months sincc, but a wnnt of provisions compellcd t...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 February 1842

iho wisdomof lhe framcr3 ofthat iiiitrumcnt than this vcry power to cstablish o uniform system of bankruptcy lliroughout lhe United Stnlcs. He would vcnturo to prcdict, and if this law was abrogalcd ho fenred. that Ihe Sinlcs would resort to sucli c.xtravagnnt mcasu res of legislation os had ncver before becn heard of. Correspondcnccof tha Bosion Atlas. Washington, Jan. 22d, 1842. Passage of the Trcasury nole Bill. ln the Scnatc this morning, t!ic Treasury Nolc Bill was taken np in its third reading. Mr Cal houn rosc in opposition, and cnlargcd at soinc Jcnglb and considcrablc vchcmence upon Ihe danger of cxtravagancc, and the cgregious want of econotny which this Govcrnmcnt had displayed since 1823 revicwing with grcat tninulcncss the course of public cxpcnditurc since that pcriod, and very consideralcly dc clining to blame any party in tho cotmtry for the devastation which had been pcrpetrated. IIc charged the tvhole fault npon tho protec five system, which he avcrred, had crcated...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 February 1842

0. HILL 7 70ULD inform his ciisinmers 1 - u I : . ikit lia lirw msl received his '. J J rn,rrr cutof which he will maiiufacture, and kesp constanily on hand, or make to ordcr, on short no ipe. llt fi.llo Ain;; arlicles, viz : SadcSeK, Bridles, Martingah.Carptl-bags and Va lite. b ass and copper ltivets; Fi ench and tenler, folin, bag-lap and comnun plain ritUNKS'q rarious ilescriplions ; eommon, plain, double and sinle jap.med, tinned. brass and sil vrmninled HARNESSES; Curled Ilair ; InJin rubber Cloth; Paltnl Lealher; open, polislied and round B E L L Sm .reaC-fool Oil; Curry Combs, ilorse Cardt and Brushes ; . and a gnod assorlment of If'hips and Lashes. He wi.uld aNo inform ihe Saddleand Harness Makersinu.is vicinity. he has jul .received a good aor miril of S.iddleky, . Hard-ware, Coacii-lacb and all kinds.if Carnae trtmmingr, Gentlemen wsliing to purchase any pf the ab.ive nanu-d aiticles, will p!insc chII ai nis oiu sland Utdoor north of Ihe Cvurt iLuse. and xamine Goods and ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 February 1842

ftMdmr fleaple' H. BEl'Liy'Edtior and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. EEBRUARY 8, 1842. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 40 ls this fapkil ake publisiied tiie public Orders, Resolutioxs, Laws, Public TllKATIES, ECT. OF TIIE UjilTED STATES, BY AUTIIOKITY. The Feople's Press is printed in the Brick Buildine; JVorlh endof Ihe Bridge, b'J EPIIRAIM MAXHAM, by ichom all orders for printing Books, Pamphlels, Dilh. Card, S,-e., ofevery descriplion,cill be neally nnd fashionably execuled, al short nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. YiUicesubscribers 62.00 Mallsubicribc-B, 2.00 Indlvidaals and Oouipanies who lake at Ihe oflicc, Sl,"5, or 1,50 ccnts if patd iu eix raonths. Compinlen on siage roiilcs, . " . . . . SV73 or 1.50 il paid in alx mnntlu. Th3e wlio lake n! P.Hlri.U-rs, .... 52,00 CompanlMan'l lniiividaa!sor tlic rcute - !, or 1.50, if pald iatli ninnllis. jfonMHdiseoiiunueduntilnrrcaragcareiuI, cxcept at thc cotinn nf thc pMjirMor. No payiucnts to Carriers allowed ci eplorderel hy thc pjoprietor. All t ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 February 1842

r 27th CONGRESS 2d Session, Jan. 24 PETITIONJTO DISSOLVE.THE UNION. Mr. Adams presented thc lollo.ing peti- tion. ... , , To lhe Congiess ofthc Unilcd.Slalet. The undersigned, citizens of Haverhill. in the CtunraonwoaltiiofMassathust'ltsjpray that you will immc iaiely adopt measuns peaccably tQ .i;.-.l,- ihp TIi!inn ofil.ese Siates First: Because no union can be agreeable or permanent which dues not presenl prospects oi reeiprocal benefi's. Seconu : Eecausc a vasl proportion cf the re sourct s oi one section of lhe Union is annually draincd to sustain the views and course ofan other seclion, without anv adequnte reiurn. Third: Because (judging from ihe histury past nations ) ibat Union, if presisted he mesent course of thingsll certai.dy over lvhe!m the whole na.ion in utt'r dest.uct oD. This pethioo is signed oy Uenj- Emcrsouand 4SMrheAdam. I more Us reference to a sclect c.inmitiee'wiih iaslruclions to report an an 3. peti.ioncr,, hhowics the reason why the pjayer of it oujrl.t no...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 February 1842

Tko mail lo-night will bringyou thomelan choly news ofthedcalh f Hon.Nathan Don, Scnator from Rhodo Island. Hc died at his lodings bctween cloven and twelve oclock this morning, aftcr an illncss of sjx weeks. Thc deceased was an intelligcnt lepsla . or, a warm fricnd, and honest man. B al kncw him intimatcly, he was bcloved, and by all who had business intercourse with htro he was rcspected and cstcemed. His deatb, suddenly than was looked for. Many frionds, and part of his family wcre with him when he brcathcd his last. Thc death of this Senator will prcvcn! thc transaction of any public bu siness on Rlonday and probably on Tuesday, Yours, ,E. B. PEOPLE'S VKESS. Tuesday Morning, Feb. 8, 1842. CONGRESSIONAL DOINGS. It ccrtainly requires a wise seer to prophesy what will be the final fatc of thc measurcs now before congress to scltle thc currcncy, and regulatc the rcvenue of thc country. Ut ter unccrtainty broodsover all thcir dclibcra tions. The hostihty of the scveral branchcs of t...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 February 1842

9 S70ULD inform his customers swmt v v and t,ie i,uMlc inai 1 KjSSljusi received h KStSI WINTER STOCK. I wiaoutofwhich hewill rnar.ufac ure. llffiPand kesp constantly on u-uu, raake lo orclcr, on suun fullou.'in? atticles, yrz : SciiM. Bridles, MartwgaU,Carpel-baS'and Va- folio, bag-tap and ccmmvi plain TRUHKS oj ' farioKs descriplions ; eommon, plain, double and singlejapaned, tfhned, brass and r.l-v-r uwtnted II.'IRJVESSES ; Carlcd Ilalr; Lidia ruhbcr Cloth; Patent Lealher; open, polished aud round RELL S' .YeatVbat Oil; Curry Vombs, . Uorse Cards and Bruscs ; and a good assortment of ll'liim rtnd LaslltS He would a!o inform the Saddle and Harnew Makers in ti.is vicinity, ne t J"' """V" pood assonmenl of SddleeT, Hf"' Coacii-lacb and all kindW Varna?e Inmmings, - 1 t l -II ll .L..-IH n . pich. Gentiemcn wishing lo pnrchase any or llie above named aiticles, will pkase call at his old stand intdacr north of Ihe Ccurl House, and fioods and Prices for themselvev. r5KQPAinS done on sho...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 February 1842

JJeopk' II. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. FEBRUARY 15, 1842. VOLUME VI, PfUMBER 41 iuiaMebtsnr wum. is t'hs paper ake publisiied tiie pt'blic Orders, Resolutions, Laws, Public TttEATIES, ECT. OF TIIE UlttTED StATES, BY AUTIIORITY. The Pedple's Press is prinled in lhe Brick Building JVorth endof theBridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by whom all orders for printing Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards, !-c., of every dtscriplion,cill be neally and fashionahly executed, at shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Vllla-esiibscribers, ...... Mal.subscribcrs, Individtials and Companies who takc attheoflice, or 1,50 centi ;f pald in sii months. Companicsonstageroules, .... or 1,50 if paid in six monlhs. Thn;e irfto lake of Fogtridcra, ... Uornpanics nnd Ind.riduals on thc ronte . or 1.50, If pald insli monlhs. 52,00 5.00 81,75, 51,75 52.00 1,75 NoniiterdieoMinued unUlarrcaracsarcp.iid. cxccot at the option nf the proprietor. No payinenU to C'arriersallowed . ceptordered by the pioprlc...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 February 1842

27lh CONGRESS 3d Scssion. es Tccsday, Feb. 1. 1842. In ihc Housr-, Messrs. Coopcr and Culquiit, t-oof;hr mcinbcrs ,Trom Georgia, oppeared. vrrc qtrrlfied nnd look tlicir seau. Tho Jfrmtc ailjouriscd and llic mcinbcrs proceedod 10 thc Sena:c Clwmber io participatc in thc iutienil ceremonie "f the Hon. N. F. Dix- ua. . Thc Ss-r.ntp mct nl tvclrc o clock. pursuanl to ndjoummcnt, furtlic purpoie of atipndinjr tlie fi.niml obiiquics of ll.o Fntc N F. Dixoii, u fc'cnatiT fiom ihc Siale of lliibde Island. Wednesday, Feb. 2. In Senate. Mr. Evans prcsentcd resohnions of thc Lrgisla'.ure of Maine, residing its reso lutions ofl 840, and in hVor of the ropcal of ihe Bnnkrapl Law. Mr. Whi:c presceicd resolutions oftho benalc of Ia.. pos.-ed bv a mcjorityof 5 lo 7 votcs in f;.vor of thc repcal of ihe Haiikrupt Law. i le xprcsscd liis opinion Jthat ihe people of that Stntc were in fitvor of thc law. And liis sar.c lion nf it. Ho also prcscntod a pitition of the Mayor ajid Aldcrrr.cn of ilirhigan C...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 February 1842

I: Mr. Dotts, iii our humble opinion, compMdy redccms , , .. i .i TTi.slmris Uscd up to u- the o , , r,. mbsl bitlcr opponcts. ni.r i.nc !nnf UCJn Cor.5 nr::ue.-" 1 1113 iii.ui o . -. . . , p,k, , sanion:ss and is south, as tno icaucr . lbiIity ofcavil. li. lielu-veu i 1 1 r m . i ifi . " 'tness is to bo ucuoveu. i . i ,i. i,, 1 wnnesses ' bc, upon cne occasion c ' ' i.FbciP? 'rt'TiSt Virg',"an Kh0 ran vp Ue 0'r disttnior." Hc pub'.is'.icd a novcl, h u-.is dcii'Ticd to iticiilcato iiis sentimcnts taotliopubiicmtad. huivara . joh - , ihe nuWrficr of thc Southcrn Hoview, uurmg . : . n il,n eonili. sl.nles tlie nUUilCalin cah:il;ji , without licsiiat'iop, h:s conviction, that "Judgc i . , , r.o-r ,,. ;,.;?,- ofthe Uphur, nt thc cnd of .330, a , m v a.ol , circumstances then exisiiag """- ( dcHbsrctclij cnd Kjslcmaticallt a disuntonts.. t r f,v 1 BMfKHWT Law. Tiie good cltecs ot tnis "Jaw arc daily wifncsscd in thc citics in adjust-1 , ...rT,. orcc bjtwccn the crcditor and Tt.nf.ini-enc...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 February 1842

0. HiLL 5 OULDiuforro his customers .. that he has jrSfciCii mst received his ViriTVTP.n STOCK. ?i li?;7l&irtorwh,ch hewill manutacure, TfirS5r!and kesn constantlv on hand, or Vi"ake lordcr, on short noucr, the j fnllowiag ailicles, viz : BnrfM, Martingah.Carpel-bagsandVa-les. brass and copptr Uicels; Frenekand unter, folut, bng-lnp and common plain J HUNK.S(y rarious dcscriplions ; common, plain, double and sinzlejapaned, tinned. brass and stl v t r.nnnted H.1R.YESSES ; CurUd Hair; India ruhber Clolh; Patenl Leather; ozen, polishcd and round BELl & .Keal't-foot Oil; Carry Combs, Ilorse Cards and Brus'.es; cnd a s:od assorlment of lHiijs and Lashet. He w..uld alsoiafuna the Saddleand Hmess Maken ir, l,h vtcnity. he has U,t Kceid . .A ..,,.. pl nf KadDLERT. HaHD-WARE, 7-oacii-lacb and all kinds of Camase trimmmgt, i i. i. ..,:tl ta Kti fnr rnfth. Gentlernen wishing to purchase any ol ttie ; b..ve named articles, will plrase csll at his old n.Mmr nwfc nf Court Housc, and . Tam...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 February 1842

ftUebttrtt II. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. FEBRUARY 22, 1842. VOLUAIE VI, NUMBER 42 f)eopk'0 In tuis rAPEn A3E publisued tiie Public Orders, Resolutions, Laws, Fubuc Tkeaties.Ect.op tiie United States, The Peuple's Press it printedin the Brick g unPunlshed Building JVorth endof the Bridge, by lhc same PaPer of a subsequent day givcs EPHRAIM MAXHAM l"3 the folIowing additional particulars of this by whom all orders fo'fprinting Books, Pamphlels. j , BilU. Cards. $-c, of every descriplion,vcitl be neatly and fashionably execuled, al shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUAIE. Y illaie suhscribers S5 00 ftlail subscribcrs, ...... B 'oo Individuals and Companles who take atlhe officc. " SK7S. or 1,50 cenuirpaldln sii monllis. Companieson stage rnutes, ..... Sl 75 or 1,50 II pald in six months. ' Those who take of I'ostrlders, .... $2,00 or 1.50, if paid in sii months. NopaiKirsdiscoiitinucduatllartcarai'Csarenaid. cxccDt at tim optlnn of the proprietor. No paymcnts to ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 February 1842

vcrt thcra in thc btst manurf I could." A communication signed C. M. Braxton nnd which originally nppeared in thc Rich mond whig. i also given, from which we copj the pith tlius : Conversing with Jadge Upsher some ycar since in tho streets of Noifolk, on thc subjcct of nulhfication. I said I considrrel the doctrine of nullirication a htrcsy, dangcrous in this, that rnanv nersons who had not acccss to cor- rcct iiiformaiiop, would be led ofT by thc plaus ihle nrgumcnls hy which it wns supporled, for iill have tii ir hle Icnder. Ihe Judge suid, J hive no file-Ieader. I rqdied, you liavc no oc- casion for a hle-luadcr. as vour sttuatton in lifo ennb!v you to obtain corrcct information for yoursclf; alihough, said I, jestingly, some say Mr. Calhoun "is your filc-lcader. Judgo Upshur then mado uso of the figurativo ex- pression of which 1 havc spokrn. No, t nave 113 file.leidcr. nnd I claim tlio credit of bcing the first Virinian who mn op thc flag of du nnion." What wai inlcnded by this...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 February 1842

SUMMARY. Expunging in . tr.t. Snmf daVS SIIICC a bnl was .Can n ra'-d by e PS lure, repea Whiz ;Ic-istnture, anu ? :.,. ij : 1 i nc nresL'mcu kj Keward for K"?lnI!l d ol cour.se could not .ied U.e "? J"B?.n However. be signed hPMV:i!e?.fflure,and to relieve l.ini- 5. . . ..T,n,.mte inessaie exnlaininc lhe a,en !. ri. action. Tliis messaae was of "'rseputonthe Journal, but siiortly the loco focos oithe Scnate concluded Ihat thc messagc wbj not much lo Iheir credit, however much U wasto ihatof Goveror Seward,and proceeded io expunge it from the Journals, alamodeBenton The message was then returned tothe Goveruor, but he refused to tike it back, an i sent ai'Other rnessne reunonstraiing against the course of the Sennt-. A prracted conflict ensued in the Scnate, and the resuli is ihai the Wliig rnajority narp rnm nelled the mtfsaje to he mseried at fuli len"ili on the jourral-, by crabracing m u a reso-', lution which musl s a maiter of course, by all J iar'liaraentary rule, be recorded...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 February 1842

r 7 7 OULD inforra hw custonicrs and the publicuai ne ua idst received his. W1NTER STOCK, cutof which hewill mauufacture, and keep constantly on hand, or make to ordcr, on short notice, the f.illowins 3rticlcs, viz : Ff.iJUu, Bridles, JVartingals,Carpet-tegsand Va- Ha. brass andcopper Uicels; t renci w r, foho, bag-top and eommon plain 1 KUNK.Sm rarioits deseripUons ; eommon, plain, aoubte and sinzte japr.ned, tintied, brass and itl v r m-mnled IUR.YESSES; Curled Hair; Indiarubbcr Cloth; Patenl Leciher; open, polhlied andround B EL Jj .YeaCs-fuot Oil; Curry Vombs, Hotse Cards and llrushesj and a g'.od assorlmenl of IF'liips and Lashes. He w.mld alo inform tfie Saddle and IfcraH Makersinthis vicioity. he has JV?"wa g.rjd assor-rnent of SADr.LF.RY, r-oAcu-LACis and all kinds. f Uarriaze tnmmmS, which he will sell cheap for cash. Geatleraen wishing to purchase any or the ..h-.ve named articles, will ph ose ca 1 at h.s old mnd lytosr norji of the Court Jfouse, and rxaminc Goods and J'ri...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 March 1842

jJre Ii. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. MARCH 1, 1842. VOLUME; Vlr-NtTMBER 43 is tiiis papee are ruelisiied tiik public Ordeus, Resolutions, Laws, Public TrEATIES, ECT. OF T1IE UKITED StATES, BY AUTIIOKITY. The People's Press is printedin the Brick Building Jorlh endof the Bridge, by . EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by tchom allorders for prinling Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards, S,-c.,of every description,xcillbeneally andfashionally execuled, al shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. vmacesubscriberj indivia.iaijnndCouiiwnit.wi.oL-ike.tihoni,. ori150cenuiriaiiinsumontiij. or 1,50 II paid In ix mnnths. " ' taDllShmeutS. ctaSSriSSifflra.tai.u W- Ttoimj.ort.nceofthisbranchofagricultu. ori.io, ir paidintiimonthi. ' , industry. is not only grcati constdered of itself, fopaiKndhcontlnueduntllarrearasarepaid, exceol at the bnt In its effpnt nn il,onil,n.l,.,n1.a f o: optionoftheproprlMor. NopayraenUtofarricraallowedex! , ', , fneCt ?D he Other branches Of agn ceptordercd brthepionrict...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 March 1842

Alluding lo ll.c defcclivcness, from want of lime. of thc lnfb'mation lie had obtained, 31 r. Gallntin recommcnded the moro full informa tion be sought tlirough the agents ihon about to bc pniployed in taking iho ccnsus : mid oc rordingly.'on thc IstofMay, 1S10. Congrcss passed a law, dirccling llie marshals nnd their nssisiar.Is "to tnke an account of the scveral manufacturing csiablishmenls nnd manufac turcs" within thUni!ed States thus niding, br direct lcghlnlion. in maturing Iho "plan" for tl.e 'proteclion andfoslering" of manufac lurc.", conlemplated in tho resolution to which 1 have rcferro'. In carrying oul niy purposc of suslaining tl.e constitutinnality and expediency of tho piotccliv'c policy by a referenco to tlio Exccu tive mes;-agc lo Conres, I come now to PRF.SIDENT MADISON, iho "faiher of ihe Constitution." Folioiving tho rcport of Mr. Gallatin, and the cnaclincnt of the law providing for Ihe taking an account of the manufaclures, ho Iiavo Mu. Madison's mcs sagc o'fh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 March 1842

thrcc pounds eight ounccs in males, and I about thrcc Uinds four ounccs in fcmalcs. Thc bra.n of Cuvier wcighcd thicc pounds tcn ounccs. i ne brain docs not attain its full sizc, gc"f ai tiU thc n"e of 23 lo 25 ; frcquentiy no. .... and sDometimcs cvcn il i much latcr ,n hfc, bc forc it is fullv dcvclopcd. Rock Salt A body of rock salt, likc tbat found in Europc, has bcc n discovcrcd ncar Abingdon, Yiurfnia. at Ihodcplh of Iwo hun dred and sixty fcct. This is thc first that has cvcr bccn found in thc United States Tnn MiKcitAL Riciies or our. Counthy. It is said that in thc Evcrgladcs of Florida, thcrc is a distinct formalion of coral cxlcnding for Iiundrcds of miles, at various dcpths undt.r thc water's surface,wliich can ahvays bc rcach- cd by tlirusting a polc through the mud anu water. Someliincs this formation of carbonatc of limc approachcs vcry ncar thc surfacc of thc water, and givcs forth a ringing sound on being strucl:. (KrEight ycars ago, Chicago was a wildcr ness, with ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 1 March 1842

t H1LL, 'felSJOULDiiiforra his customtrfr V and tbe public, that he has '.fjioutofwhich howill mar.nfacture, t 'n'EfefiJand kesp consfanilv on hauJ, or SffliC' make 10 order, on short notice, tlie I'.'Loivins; article?, viz : FwlMes, Bridles, Marlhgals.Carpel-bsgsand Va ht.es. 6--ra and copper Rivets; Freneh andtenler, folio, b-g-top and common plain TKUNKSj oj ' vwlcus dttcriplionz ; comnton, plain, dauble and stnzlcjap.vted, linned. brasi and sil v.t mounled H.1R.YESSES ; Curkd Hair; Indiarubber Chth ; Palcnl Lealker; n- e:i, poUshed and rouud B ELL S-JVeal'i-foot Od; Curry Combi, i'j'crie CarJs and Brusha; cnd a z-'od assortment cf It'luvs and Lashu. He w.'.uld al-o infomi the Saddleand Hirness Makers in ti.is vie nity. hc lia an receiveu --rood asor.mnt of Saddlery, Hard-ware, Coacii-lack and all khijsof Uamase trtmmings, which he will sell clifaji for cash. Gentlemen wishing to purchase any oj ihe above nacicd nrticles'will pltase call at his old stand Itt door north of the Ccu...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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