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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 9 October 1844

H. BELL , EDITOR AND PROPR1ETOR. TERMS OF NINTII VOLUME. Vilbgesulwcrilicrs, S2.00 . -i - i :i. - nn liidividuala and Compsnie wlio take at the offi Sl75or 1'50 ccnts ifpaid in ix montlu. TliofC who tako of Fostriders . . .2,00 II not paid at tlieenu oftbc yenr 2, 20 No papcr discontinned uniil arrearagcs are paic cxreplatthe oplion ofthe proprictor. No pnymei.i io Carricrs allowcd except onlered by the proprie' fiir. All commiinicationsraustbc addrcsscd totlieed for Post Paid. MISCELLAMOUS. From the Motiier's Magazine. The Pocket Bible: OR, "HIS LOVING KINDNESS CHANGES NOT." HT CHARLES A. COODRICII. I was standiug at the counter of a book storc some years since, when a lady entered and inquireJ for pockct Bibles. I kncw hcr well. A fcw years hefore.she had married a respectable young merchant, who although possessed of but little, if any, capital himself, had been startcd in business by a gcntlemnn ofwealth, with every prospect of success. Ile was active, houestaiidenterprising; an...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 9 October 1844

I Clay bonnd -fo- opposo Annexation. So long as TexM cannot eome iu-hy tbo eom moo eousfrnt of tbe Union, so long is Mr. CJayv pledgod. against it. He will not look io the- Democratic, tbe Whig, or Libe rty Pnrtyhrtbc States, but Io tbe States them tttcas. Ile regards tbem tbcn as forming io tbe Unioo individnnls, parties to a comimm tomntcL No ncwtrartner can come in wilh- ont Tiolating the wbole agreement; and if this vicw be bis, as wearcwarraiueu in wy ing, theu, bo long as a single Smic opposes it, Tcxaa cannot le onrs. Five States have almot unanimously, in thcir St..tecapacitv, nroteiteJ arainst "thc unboly project. So littg, (hen. as they as one of the sm tllest Btutet is against it ihe cannot by Mr. Clay's eonsent co'me.in. So loug. then. as yon are trne to the great principlcs of G. so long as Yrm rcinain tvortliy desccndants ofthe Pilgrira iiras 50 long as the vestal flame of Liberty ball burn in yoor bosom's e!ern.il and ex thiguishable so long has Mr. Clay, three scvcrn...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 9 October 1844

nubliematcrB After my nomlnation I tloubted the pro pneiy, as I still do, cf answering any Iet tcrs iipon new questions of public policy. One who raay be acandidate for the Chief Magistracy of the Iation, lf elected, ought to enter upon the discharge of tlie liigli duties connected with that office with his mmd open and uncomnntted up on all new questions which may anse in the course of his administration, and ready to avail himsclf of all the lights which ne may dorive from his Cabinet, from Con gress, and, above all, from the public opin ion. lf, in adrance, he should commit him Belfto individuals who may think proper to address him, he may deprive the pub lic au'dhimselfofthe benefit of those great guides. Entertaining this view, it was my intcntion, after my nomination, to decline answering for publication all questions that might be produced to mc. But, on further reflection, it appearcd to me that if I imnosed this silence upon mvself. I might, contrary to the uniform tenor of...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 9 October 1844

Sand's Sarsaparilla. piiic t.r-ilvnlpd nrenoration has perform t'd someof ihe moslaslonisliingcures cf dis- ..., ihm arp recorded in tbe annals oi tiis torv, thus p-ovingcunclusively that it lsca pible of fjllilling thc high aim and purpose io- which il is disi5ncil. Pauents sufftnns r,ir vr.ar.i fr..m various chromc conslitutional diiTerent rcinedic spendii.s thousands of dolhrs in iraiebng and doctcrni-.aridsufferinsall that humai. :. o..,w nf piuliiri'Mfr. have by the liai uic i i- ' - . u,e of a frw b..itlcs,cnurily rccovered their heallh. Chiotiic Hhi-uiiwtisin, Scrolula or t?..;t s-.ii lil.ptim and Riuzworm, Ul- r..-r nnd nainful iff. ction of i! e boiu-s, Ul- 01 rated Throt and Nolrils, Scurvy, Uilis, Ttlotclu-and varioui. cu- i.m ou3 cr plious, are effecluallycured by il nse. Diseascs having llicir i-rigin m an iiri iiurc tate of ihe bl.iod and Iluids gt-m-wlly W l. l.-specdily aiidffT.cunlly rcmovid I.y :.,. n..lilp mt-ilicine. as H ipi'ralion is I'. inliar, and cor.sis's i...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 16 October 1844

H . BELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERM3 ""oF MNTH VOLUME. 7ilUge lubfrrilwrs 2 00 Mail mbscrilicrs 2,00 Udmduals and CoaipanieJ who takc at the oflice 175 or 130 cents ifpaid in six inonlln. Tliose nho take of Postriders . . .82,00 i . at ttinit nrthA vr 9. 25 l.uu. J excrpt attlie option oflbe proprietor. N paymei. to CrrieralIowcdexceptordcred lij theproprie AM communlcationsttu.tbcad.lrMscd totlieed tor Tost Paid MSCELLAXEOUS. From the Chr. rarlor Mag.for Oct. Neglect, or the Lesson of aDay, "Pa," said Emelinc to her father, Mr, Vinton. as she threw herself in an evident- ly vexed mooti, upon her sofa, upon re turn'mg from church, "Pa, I am surc I should never beoome a christian under the preachiug of Mr. Taylor It only liardens my heart. So far as it has any cffect, it only sours my mind, makes me wnhappy and dissatisfi'ed, so that church goitig will become at length postivcly bur dcnsome "And pray my dear what was M r Taylor's fault to-dayl" replied the father. "I thought the di...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 16 October 1844

GOVERNOR'S MES5ASE. Tdlno-Citizeas eftkc Sczate and Hut pfR'.prcstntJtivn: Wa are assembled in ihecbar.cterofRep reacntttives of ths psople, to cotnuh upon their icureju, and to execute thcir will. It beeomes ti3, on entering upon our dutiei, firtof all to carry our roin-is np to the Au thor of onr being; to ackaarrlsde bim as the rijhtful soarccofoar autbarity, and to m ike liis will ths measure anJ raative of" our duty. If, :o allourwaya, wu should ackriiwl edge Him, we houM especia!!; do so, apon becoming iovested wilh powe.-s, nbosc ap propriate exercists rcquirrs, eminettly, the tsisdom that coraesfrom above. Ourrespoa sibility is, imsiediately, to tbe people whose scrvauts weare, but, ultiaiately, to Iiiin wbo will jndge botb ths pcopte and nt. We come together under circumstances of pfrculiar favor. Tbeseason has becn crown ed witb blessm;. Our fields have yielded an abundant harvest, aud our pcople have heen exempted frora wasting disease. Labor has been protected and reward...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 16 October 1844

thesoberand thoughtfu!, and wise and truly benevolent, lo check such anticipa lions, and chasten such deaircs, by sub. imtiing thcni tn the testraints of rigid justicc to the cxisting membeis ofthe confcderacy. No fancied benefits can erei compensale for the perpetration of wrotig tlie infliclion of injuslice, nnder nny circumsiances whatever. But it is attcmptcd toobviatc the constitu u'unal cliflicully, by claimingtiile lo Tcxasas puri of thc Louisiana purclmse, and calling the proposed measure re-nnnexation. In re i'ercnce to this it is sulfiricnl to say tliat by tlie Treaiy or 1819 with Spain after a pro traclcd nsgolialion wilh rcgard to thc south ctii boundary of Louisiana, it tvas agreed to tix it on the Sabine ; that the yieldingof our disputed claim to Tcxas cntercd mto tne consideration of the ccssion to us of Florida ; and that thc Iinc thus established was eubsc- quently confirmcd by our Trcaty of limits with Mcxico. Thc claim to rc-annexation, then, is os ihougb, upon t...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 16 October 1844

Sand's Sarsaparilla. Tll i3 rrivnlid nrenoralion has perlotm- ieof ihe most aRtonishing cures of dis- enses that are recorded m tbeaonais 01 nis tory, tl.u3 proving eonclusively ihat it ts ca piblc or fulfilling the bigb aim and purpose for which it is disijned. Palienls suilering fc.r years frnm various chronic coDslitutional disorderi, ufter tryini: diffcrent remedies, i-pending tbousands f dollsrs in travcJing and docterinK, and suBV rin? all that huraan naiureis capable of euduring, have by the nse of a few b.ittle,eniirely rccovcrfd their health. Chiouic Rbfuniatism, Scmfula or Kin-' Evil Salt Rheura and Utngworrn, U -ccriand painlul sfllctiim f il c bunes, Ul trrated Throat nnd Mostrils, Scurvy, Bilts, Cliromciore Eye., Blotcheand various cu laneous rruplioiu, arc effeetually cuted by m nsc. DNeas's having their nrigia in an im pure state of the tl.iod and fluids gcnernlW wdi be specdily and efftclually rtrmiived by ihU invaluable raedicine, as iu npemlion is urculinr, and con...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 23 October 1844

H. BELL, EDITOK AND PROPRIETOR. TERM3 OF NINTII VOLUME. Vlllage lubicribert $2.00 Jlail fubscribcrs, . . ,uu IndividaaU and Compnniei wlio lake at tfae otSce $l'75or 1 50 ccnts llpaid in ux montlis. rkos wbo taka of Postridcra . . .S2.00 If not pai J at tlie end of tlie year 2, 25 tio papers discontinued until arrearagca are pa!d cxceptatwe opuonouticproprieior. to Carriersallowedexccptordcrcd bjtbepropne- All commiinicatiorismiistbc addressed totbeed tor Post Paid. jnSCELLAEEOUS. Lines composed on the death of the two eldest daughters and au only son of Zimri and Betset Fond, who dicd at ChicagoIII., on theirjourney to Henderson 111. SiEter, we centl thee from thy nasT fair borae, Somfi loken of our love, some word of checr, A heating balm for the lone hcart that moums O'cr rxsED blosaovs, once eo brigbt, m fair. For we have heard thy voice whicb cpeaLs of grief, And faied wlUi anguish on ihc dccp'ning stoom U'liicbcaunrcd round tnec-whlie the miJnight Uiitf, Relcnllras robbod thec...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 23 October 1844

I BiW! , M MKIHimiWIHIH.lll M. I . Britich gOTer'nment, we were allowed 3d pcryardonall ourprinted and stamped goods imported into this country during the years 1S03 to 1812, nnd, in consc quence, frequently sold prints for less in New York than we purchased them, in Manchester, Tho bounty o:i our imporli amouuted to3D a 50,000 per annum." This, tous at Ieait.was an cntirelynew Pict, and one, which, as we tlrink, should Sircibly anest and arouse public attention. In ISOatto 1812, a pariod of nine years prior to the lalc war, it appears that the British goternment paid one importing house iu this city from $30,000 to 50, 000 pcr annum, as a bounty for their im portation of British goods, so that they could ssll Manchester made goods lowcr in New York than they could bc bought for in Manchester, where they werc made! How raany thonsands. if not inillions, were paid or arc to be paid, or arc to oeppiu, we haTe not the mcans of ascertaining. ira io db pa.u, Ur - not tne mcans oi "'"'"" ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 23 October 1844

vhen tbia Polk is bronght forward as tn. Slave.y Candidate of the ultra-pro-slave- ry party. Lct the honest and conseientious men of the Liberry Party lake a caution. Are they koT in dangerof falling into thesnare ofase. of political ,rime: whose object i. far more the promolionof their o aspiration, ..u.;;...,r,v, Mi.; Arr;Mn --- mr Tvuuro uvcuuin wuy maiesucun u Jous outcry. Is not Birnoy betraying his rv.- .i. i i t ... -nrr mntn- iUUUtU3 IUIU ILiU llHnUS Ol tij l- .,.-. iajoflibertyto the poorslave? Andwill abo- litionists b the victiras of bis basc dissirau- lstinns. Iu ihe meau time we pnblish the proceed- ingsof tho Deraocratic Convention in Michi. n which uominatcd hiiri as a candidate of that party forthe Iegislattire. MR. BIRNEY &.THE LOCO FOCOS. The following is the ofiicial account of the nmRcedinrs of the Loco Foco Convention of fcingiaaw county, which uo.ninated James G. Birney. We copy it, verbalim, from the North Star ot Oct. Ub, published at Sagiu iiv City. Detr...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 23 October 1844

ITISAEACT!! CBir is now reccivmg the r'cnest, bestj and cheapest stock of Staple andFaIlCy l)RY GOODS, he has evcr offcrcd in this inarket for casn only. Scpt. 13, 84t. mv GOODS. z. BECKWITH &. CO. would mvitc all their neichbors and friends to at- icnd tbe extensive sale rich, rare, and Fashionable New Gcods, nowgoingonat tlic OldStand. They do notconsid er it neccssary to spin a lon yarn, but would eimply e.iy tliat if people want to get a little bctter article at nbncr price than thcy can btiy oIchcre thcy w ould do w ell to call at the store of Sepl.24, 1S44. Z. Beckwith & Co. FALL G000 THE subscri'jcra arcrecciting in addition to tlieir tprinj ."tock, a large aasortment of diiirable Wis- TER GoODS,vii: A'pacras, alpines, Indiana and Orleans cloths, lunette crape nnd M. DeLaines, Cashmcre De Cesse.AlTgliaiisatins, Amcr iran and Scotch Ginghams, Tartan plaid &c. M.DcLainc Cashmere and llighland shnwls, alpacca aprons, broail cloths, bea vcr and pilot cloths, cassimcrc...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 30 October 1844

H. BELL, EDITOR AND PROPR1ETOR. TERMS OF UNTIl VOLUME. Vi!lnc eubferibert $2 00 Hail Mibseriber 2.00 Individuals and Companiei who lake at tlie odjce Sl'75or l'oO ccnts iTpaid in tix montlis. rh. lir talte of fostriders . . .82,00 lf nif natil st llif.nit nftliA vpar 2. 2S No papcrs tViscontinued until arrearajM a Pal(l exceptatllie optionoithe propnetcr. no j ". to Cirrieralloivcd except onlcred lj tliepropric- All couimnnicationsmustbc addressed totbeed tor 1'osT Paid. THE G-ALAXY. Wednesday, Oct. 30, 1844. WHIG KOMATIONS. iMB.il i-V rrcsidcnlial Eleetors, JEDEDIAII II. HARRIS, I . . JOHN PECK. JAtlarge. CALVIN TOWXSLEY, lst Dis. CARLOS COOLIDGE, 2d Dis. BENJAMIN SWIFT, 3d Dis. ERASTUS FAIRBANKS, 4th Dis F.LECTIOS, Xovcmbtr, 12A. POLK AND THE TARIFF. Letter from Gov. Jones. Wc invitc attention to tlie following let ter from Gor. Jones ot Tenncsgcc. It is clcar and conrlusive in rclation to Col. Polli'g hostility to tlie TarifT and should be circu latcd amongst tlie Pcoplc of all p...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 30 October 1844

Erery Whig roombcr from Imliana, 0 Every Wbig member froin Ohio, 10 Every Whig mcrabcr from Kentuckey, 5 Every Whig member from Teiinessee, 5 Mnkinga Whig vote 77 BEING EVERY " U1G MEMBER(savc one) piiEsc.vr in Coxcress from the North aiid from thc South from thc East and from thc West, VOTEDIN FAVOR OF SU8TAINING THE WHIG TA 1MKF nP 1S42. thus nnble stnnding up rr tlic interests oi in pnujin-, on" great lcading principle ofthe Whig party ! Protcction to American uuiub.rt. Vermont Gmgrcssional Votc-OJicial Ca n vasi. Foot C. K. I'i.-IJ O. L. Shaftr ScRltcring l.-t Dii'.rict: Maj. for Foot, TU mico Stamford. Sunderland drmderrv and Shrewsbury were not rclurn- j rd. 1 Difirict : Jacob Collamcr L. B. Vilas T. liutchinion Seattfring Maj. for Collamer. 3d District (Jeurf c P. Marh Jobn Smilh W. II. Frpnch Scatlcring 1090 KWl rniaa i 20 . 4S0O i Maj. f-,r Mnrfh lr31 Tli vntcs of Walih im, Bolton, Burling ton Bakersfield, Fairfield, aiui Grand-Islc rru not rcturntd. iUDistrici: P. Dillinsb...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 30 October 1844

VERMONT LEGISLATDllE Satcrday, Oct. 19. RcsolutionsBy Mr Briggs.thatlhc Gov crnor be requested lo nppoint some pcrsons toiunkc a digestcd Indcx ofall such por hons ofthe R. S. passed ia 1S39 as have becn rcpcaled or allercd, and all public acta ot'this elatc passed tince said rcvision, with the public laws passed at thia scssion ; ud vocatcd by Mcssrs Briflrgs, Carsp, and Ca lioon, and passed unanimously. Jiills From the HoUEe, to incorporale "Windsor County Dank rel'errcd to commit tee on Banks. Mr Rrigs rcporicd from thc iu Jiciary cornmittee, the House bill rclatins totlic indiciary, (disnnahTyins ihe judge wiio prcsidcd at ihc ui.ii prius InaJ, irom ehtinjr upon the same casc oa nppcal, ) witli their opinio.n it oujrht not to pass. Mr Briggs briefly cxplaincd theviews which influcnccd j Ihe commiltcc, aud tlic bill was ordcred to HconthstaMe. KcroRTs ofComjiittees. By judiciary comrciiltce, againstbill in addition lo chap53 rcvi.ed Btatutcs. and it was tusmisscu ; nm rc!a:;n:r t...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 30 October 1844

IT ISAEACT!! 0. Bi?g0- is now receiving thc richesi, best, and choapest 2trclr of S t a pl e and Fancy i ) L; Y GOO D S, ho Iins cvcr !r ;i in tiiis markntfor cash TOlT. S:jt- 18, 1S41- NEW GOODS. 7 BECKWJTU &, CU. vyouiu inv.te j. all their neighbors and fricnds to at- m ilic ralcnsire salc ricli, rarr, anJ Fashionable New Goods, jKnv-oingonatilicOMSiaiid. They d not conjid- rr il necf.-nr trfspin a lon; yani, lut uuiild tlinply HKCKWITU &. CO. would itivite .,y ll.al if peopfe wantto gcta little Wttcr. arnc cai .1 1- cr r.nre tlian uicy can uny .i-v..i. "--j UwlltocalUtil.eslorc.tf . Se.t.2l, 1844. Z. llr-cKwiTU & Co. FALL GOQOS. TIIE sulracrilra arc rcrciiin; in additiun to ijieir ririiig ftock, a large afortment t detirable Wl.v TEU Goolis.via: Alpacras, ulpincs, Indiann. and Orleans cluths, luncttc crapc and 31. DcLaines, Cas-hiiicrc D.- Cossc.AlTghaii.-nliiis, Atner icnti and Scntch Ginghains, Tartan plaid &c. M.DeLaiiis Cashnicii! aml Highlaiid i-liau-ls, alpa...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 6 November 1844

5IHIB QAE. AS, H DELL, EDITOR AND PROPR1ETOR TERMSOF NINTIl YOLUME. is roBxnnED etekt vrEDnuDAr nor.Mo 7iIUge subfcribcri, zoo Jlail Mibacribsrs, ,4'uu Indmduals and Compaoiet who take at tbe office fir75or V50 ecnts ifpmd in nx. montn.. Thcse who take of Foslrider. . . .S2.u If not paid at llieend ofthe ycar 2, -o No napers discoiitinned until arrearage" are pai .tth. optionofth. propric.or No P to cXrricrs allowed except ordcred bj tbe propne An e.nJUon.-tb addr.cd totbeed tor Post Pad Wednesday, Nov, & 1844. Wia NOMIMTIONS. For Prcsidenlial Electors, JEDEDIAH II. IIARRIS.l ... JOIIN PECK. At large. CALVIN TOWNSLEY, 1st Dis. CARLOS COOLIDGE, 2d Dis. BENJAMIN SWIFT, 3d Dis. ERASTUS FAIRBANKS, 4th Dis ELECTIOS, XovcmbcT, Zlh. POLK WOULD ROB VERMONT OF $100,000, A YEAR! "In another view, the proposed distri bution is a TarilT measure. If it pre vails, Massachusetts, VERMONT, and othcrStates, containing within their bor deis no portion of the public Iands, will be immcdiately vcst...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 6 November 1844

-itponof slavery. I fcne ofteostated the u'toriar tfe.-i'n of our Libcrty mea, jo J...- ns Piititical effict was concmed. If I hire mUiafcen ibeirvicws, I hopo tbo error br eorrcctod, and tuatthe public may be '-tiuitely informtd ofthe extent oftbeir t-..'i ic.il cbjncts. Iim aware tbat they de- t:.:u tocall un public atiention to thc wroug, the crimt of slavcrv : and to array tho fauril fetliugs of rnankind against iu That h j'ghtiiud proper, and I have everfvll it my Ja'v, wh'ther io public or in private Iife, to ! 1 my moral iofluencc against slavery every wVre. My politicil irorts are controlled by r. :- conetitutional cotnpact. As the fedcral (Juvernment nossesses no power overit, we i j.-. cxert bo political power against it. Our :!itical efTurts. therefore.in reenrd to slave- tv, m cxtend to the repeal of all acu of I'ourrcs in faror of that insutution.and to a ital srprratioa of the federal eovcrnment :it! tho priinla of the free States from it u-morr. To this noint we are l...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 6 November 1844

VERMONT LEGISLATUKE. Fbiua October 25. SENATE- Mr Camp called up the bill providinj for a gecloglcal survcj of the Stale. The quwtion being upon the passage ofthe bill Mr Gristvold demanded ihe yeas and nays, and the bill was passcd without debate. ifcssrsGriswold, Noyes, Philips, Richard ioii, Thompson and Winn, voting in the negative. HOUSE. Refodt. By committee on Educa'lion ihat it ia ineipedicnt to distribute the scliool fund. The Insane The selecl committee on this subjeet, made a report unanimously, which was higlirj favorable to the Asjlura for the Insane, with a bill appropriating $4000 annually for the support of the in sane poor "f the State, at the Asylum. Mr Whi.ttm" "fM. moved to reduce the tum toSSOOO Mr Rice ofBridpoil objccted that thej turn of 84000 was far from bemn suffi ient, and he hoped it would not be re duced. The amendmcnt was also op posed bjr Messrs Hibbard, and Rice of aomerset ayes yu, nays ou. l ne mii wii thea ordered to a third reading to wTrich" was...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 6 November 1844

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