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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 April 1846

I'JW'lKSft's vyeH-rfcr...-: ' " ' M the provlins. The nionl Interesting part of his rctnsrks was that which referred lo his conJuct as attorney gen eral In the McLcod case. Mr C. concluded nu quarter pasl one, and Mr Allen, allcr a ahort preliminary ex planation, moved lo lay the resolution irporleil by the Senate's committer, and the Innumcrous pending a tnendmenls upon the lahlc, winch wni agreed to. Mr Allen next moved to proceed with the House re solution, nlsn agreed tn. Mr Johnson, ol Maryland, moved to amend I lie House resolution by striking nut all adcr the resolving phrase, and Invert substantially the whole of the pre amble and resolution ol' Mr Crittenden, which recite some ol the proniinrnt circumstances of the business and enacts accordingly. Mr Allen moved lo amend the intendment by substituting Tor the second " whereas" of the preamble an extract from tlio 'resident's nics ssgc. Mr Calhoun and others thought that this was not exactly In order, because not so pertinen...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 April 1846

t - -hii ' 5 i. si- ; ra jjgriciili ural Dcjiartmcnt. Pruning Orchards-Spring Prnnim;. Farmers arc, wo suppose, universally busy, about ihia time, in pruning llicir orchariU This habit nfearlv snrino- iirunim? haa been handed down to us from linglisli customs, and farmers do it because it always lias been don uesiues, ououi tins lime, men have leisure, "id would like to begin the sea son's work ; snd pruning seems quite n natural em ployment with which to Introduce the labors of the year. It is not possible for American, but more cm phatically for Western cultivators, to do worse than to pattern upon the example of British anil conti nental authorities in the matter of orchards and vineyards. The summers of Kngland are moist, cool and deficient in light. Our summers are ex actly the reverse dry, fervid, and brilliant. The stimuli of the elements with them are much below, and with us much above par. In consequence their trees have but a moderate growth ; ours are inclined to excessiv...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 April 1846

,,.ry,v mV A.'',.,,. Iteftrawt Si Jfamilii Newspaper, Pcuotc b to politics, iomc Snonstrn, News, SVgrtcu Iturc ani) (General 3ntc lltcjcncc. VOLUME XII. B KATTIiXJISOKO, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1846. NUMBER 36. ruBLisunn uvcuy Thursday by WIW. 13. KYTMGK. OFriCE So. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BUILDISfl. For tht 'Anir. Ode to the 31 o o ii. Thn-i loTcty orb, moat fair. Whose modcit bcautiea rare, So luftlroui govi Thou ilrcr queen of night, (inccd with a mantle bright, Whoio raya of mellow light Cheer cuth below Thou irt the lener light, Deigned to rule the night, Anil break Its gloom. Orb fcelcitial birth, Smile on this 1 irksome- earth, Duptay thy natiro worth, And beau tcoua bloom. Tii pathway it on high, Thy courts along the alty, In robes of date. Amid night' atarry train, 'J iou doit thy throne maintain, And hold thy peerless reign, Then thou irt great. formed by a hind dirlne, And tiuqht to nightly thine, With modest light Thuti turn'it thy face aside, l'ntney, April, ICI6. And icem'at in ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 April 1846

TWEXTV-IViXTll COXCRIISS. Wa.iiinoton, Monday, April 20th, SENATE. A message was received from the President in answer to the resolution of the Senate calling for (he correspondence relative to tho right of search. Mr Peircc, from Iho committee on tho library, reported a hill for the relief of Mrs. Alexander Hamilton to purchaso tho papers of her husband. Mr Scmplo, from tho committee on the post of fice, reported a bill for carrying a mail across the Isthmus of Panama. A message was received from tho House, return ing the Oregon resolutions, with tho amendments adopted on Saturday. I ho resolutions were taken up by the Senate for consideration. Air Allen moved to agree to tho amendments of the House. Mr Mangum called for the yeas and nays which were ordered ; and stood for agreeing 21, against it 29. Yeas Allen, Ashley, Atchison, Atherton, Bag. by, Benton, Breese, Bright, Corwin, Cass, Dickin son, Dick, Fairfield, Houston, Jenuess, Nilcs, Pen nybacker, ltujk, Scmple, Sevier, Turnoy...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 April 1846

apw nimg 'iifff - I'jufr- it-7 1 -i rr " iwiMH To the TaT-Paylng Community in Vermont. NO. VII. Tho actor Nov. 1815, Is, in many respects a pe culiar specimen of legislation. In several instances It re-enarts laws alrcaily in force, and repeals others, al teadv repealed. In another caae, peculiar art and tact is manifested, by Insertion of a few comparatively un important wordu, the elle ct of which will be to subvert the law, and usages under il, which have continued lor more than 40 years. As an Instance of the first, we refer to Sec. Sd rr that act, which provides that " tho Judges oflhe several conns shall audit and al low tho accounts of tho Sherill', Slate's Attorney and Clerk," and that the " county courts audit and allow 1 lie BCcounls nrising out of inquests of the dead, and criminal offences." These provisions are but the re enactments or laws alreadv in force, as will be seen by reference to See. 0th, Chap. 84th II. S. Also Sth and 7lhScc.lions of Chap. 11)5, and III and ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 April 1846

Agricultural Department. From the Xcio England Farmer. Potato Planting tills Spring. It is high limo for our farmers to consider what will bo right for tliem to do respecting the cultiv tion or potatoes this season. And the considera tion of this question becomes of Itic greatest im portance since Dr. LinJIey, the editor of the Lon don Gardeners' Chronicle, in the latest number re ceived by the last steamer, boldly, wo thinly rather unphilosophically, adiises the farmers of England nnt to nlant anr more potatoes i founding his ad vice on the fact, that all the potatoes forced for early consumption in bnglanu, (a practice uy inc way which is there carried to an enormous extent) had already got the disease and were worthless i thus showing that it had not, as many expected, ex hausted itself, but would in all probability prevail this year with tho aamo virulence as last. On reference to our paper of January 23, page 213, there will be found an extract of a letter from a valued corresp...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 May 1846

2 iv,"X'j.x5" ,' , ,V, WkM-. ''I 51 JTamila Kctuspapcr, IDcuotcb to politics, tyomt Snliustrn, ;LTcu)s, CAcjvicn Uuvc antJ (Jkncval 3ntc lligcncc.- VOLUME XII. BRATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1840. NUMBER 37. a- HfW. y - , ! ft " ' PUBLISHED EVKRY THURSDAY DY Will, E. KYTHEII. OFFICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BBILDIXIS. Business Cards. DENTAL SURGERY. V. S. ST It ATT ON, sunanoir dentist. OOMS al Major Smith's Stage House for a lew weeks Feb. C, l&iH 23 JEMV.lMlIt IZUtKL.l.Vl, CouuRiclm fc tUttovnctf at &nu), BTIATTLF.BORO, VT. Hj- Office, at the corner or Main and High Sti, over tho Bookstore Business atlendeil io in the counties of Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Maw. ilrattleboro, Dee. 30, 1343. Cml9 DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DK.ALCRS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods) ciii.va, crockery and class ware; Jlinvlj 31'ntc, Cioccrtrs, rc. (is AIL THEIR VAKIETIrf,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Z DlCKIRIOH Albert II.Dav, BRATTLEBORO. Ciias. It. DAT. ROBERT WESSELHOEFTj M. D., Homeopathic & Hydro...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 May 1846

i ""tt r'l' i oreak down Ametleini 1 Tlio moment llio Ainer. Jean by his superior industry and skill begins lo filtered, then tho duty must come down so as to increase foreign imports and revenue. This is the plain and inevitable operation or the rule, and who would go into manufacturing under such an ami American rule as this, malting it death bv the law : eertiin and inevitable. As nn . illustration, take iron Tor instance. Owing to tho rapid Increase of iron works in the united states, tho import of iron hai been greatly reduced j then the Executive rule applies down with the duties, so as to increase imports and revenue. Accordingly. Mr Walker proposes to reduce the duty, which, ho siys.ls now ?fl per cent., to 3D pet cent., so as to increase the revenue. Well, to do this, ho must more thin Jntibtc the imports, now amounting to more than eight millions a year, and thus he must import 10 millions of dollars worth of iron instead of eight destroy eight millions of American manufac...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 May 1846

Orbit Land Sale. The first sale or haute lou In the new oily of Essex, in Arulover and Melliuen, took place on Tuesday. A very larce number of persons were present, it is supposed that not fur from two Ihoussnd. The amount uf the sums bid fur 11 lots on Ksex street (the main street of the projected city)) M lots on a parallel street railed Common street, and 63 lots at about three-fburllm of a mile from this site, in a part Intended for residences, was about 870,000. The lots on the two first named streets are of 1325 square foet earlt, and the prices averaged 37 13 rents per foot, on Essex street, and S3 cents on Common street. On these two streets the purchasers are required to build only ol brick or stone. On the other silo (where the land brought from 6 M to 13 1-8 rents per fool) nnne but dwelling houses for one family each, are to be built (or twenty jears. The conditions of the sale were : ouc-loiirtli of the purchase money in cash, n d the remaining three-fourths in annual i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 May 1846

T Agricultural Department. The four, and Hundred ncre Farmers. In journeying through the Slate of Rhode Island, the traveller in ihit elate, as in most others, dis covers s great variety of interests and almost ever species of husbandry, from the very best to none at all as you may say. A few days since, I fell in with a gentleman who had purchased a farm, for which he paid $7,000, every dollar of which ho had saved from the income of his garden or farm con sisting of only four acres of land, (and that not of the first quality in the natural state,) besides sup porting his family. I asked him the secret, as I was sure he must possess one, which he gave mc as as follows : 'First,' said lie, 'I prepare my ground, and never use any but the best seed, and that of my own raising, and always put it in good season, and often take two crops from the same ground by put ting in vegetables that ripen early, and then those that ripen late. And, again, I never carry anything to the. market excep...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 May 1846

i iiiiyiiiHii i hi i i i ii i in t r 1 -((-"f ! 31 jfamiln Newspaper, EDauitc t to politics, Qomc Sntmstrn, News, SVcjticn Itnrc anti (General 3ntc lligcncc. VOLUME XII. BRATTLE ISOllO, THURSDAY, MAY 14, B84. NUMBER 38. l'UDLISIinn EVERY THURSDAY BY WM. 13. KYTIIEK. 0 F F I C E-X0. I WHEELER'S STOXE BUItDIXG. VERMONT PIKENIX. Tut Asvlcm roH the Blisii. We have received a copy of llie fourteenth tnnotl report of the Trusteei ofthe Per kins Inititution and Masaaehuaelta Asylum for the Blind. We learn from it that the number or inmate in January, 1S13, waS3i during the year, 23 new puplle entered ; 11 were discharged, and 3 died ao that the number now is 111 During the past year, 30 blind men and 7 women have been furnished steadily with wi rk, and paid regular wages to the amount of $1,4o9 87. The following paragrspha are near the close of the report : During the past year, the institution lost the vsluable ser vices of Mr. IIscht who had for several years been prinei- fial teacher of...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 May 1846

To the Tat-Pariug Community in Vermont. j NO. IX. In thi community, the intellectual and moral education oftho people is sufficient, to conduct them In n correct ludicmetil, Ml the common canes of nueoiiiiting, as between man and man. Mine nnd thine, oro oxnreattons requiring no definitions. Tho la iv i liavo as clearly ilefined the rights or things, as the rigms 01 persons, anu uinlo those laws hate assured to a man the right to control his own property, it lias wiw the same authority, inter dieted ail improper interference with, and control over tho properly of another. No person, in pos session of puhlic properly, can appropriate it to priratc use, without being subject to the charge of embezzlement, irauu or peculation. Publics prop erty must be transferred to private use by operation of law, or no title passes. No man can, or ought to make the application himself, though he may believe ho has rendered a full equivalent. This would be to make a man judge in his own case. Public ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 May 1846

T " tp-, gWBUL -u F toia Tuesday's A. 1', Erprtss. IMUlSIIHiNT'S 9IESSACB. . WAU UKCO.AIMENUKO. rvsTLHiurs vtiotcnntMis -v voxuhfm HI'.CEIVEU BY MAGNETIC TttLEGRAPII. PiiiLMicLrntA, May tl. The Presidents expected Mi'mnge was sent'fii thU cveninir. It opens by referring tn UU nnnunl M image on the ftMtcni our iMe.c.m 1 1 elation. Ilrcxplained that i dlie to fix the bmintlorv ami o.JjtMt the claims thai hail been stamlinz twenty veirs, wai the came of tlm enquiry as to the opening of negotiation. That all el ions nave laucu to nettle these points. He 1 1 nd row to announce a htalp of war. lie then proceedn to nliow how Mr SliJell rame to be apoiiued hut Ucfnher. Our Consul at Matoniorai (Query) wa desired to jnouire ifo Minister would be received. An a .firm a live answer wa given, nnd conditions accepted to wunaraw our lorceairom vera uriic. That ferrera wo anxious to receive Mr Slide!! but even's prevented, and on the 34lh December lie was refused. In January, PareJe succeeded, nnd...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 May 1846

JlgricnUural Department. From tlie Vergennei Vermunler. TO FARMERS. Mr IlLAisncLt, Sir: As apples are becoming valuable as feed for all kinds of stock, ami their culture a very important subject to the farmer. I submit jou the result of an experiment made by me two years since; Hoping in.ii it may call the stten lion ufolliersto the subiecl. I have seven old apple trees which had become hide-bound, tlio bark being hard and scrubby, to such a degree as to prevent the circulation of the sap, in consequence of which they bear very little fruit and that of an inferior quality. Around these trees 1 dug a trench about six feel from the trunk, and applied dung, plaster, ashes and salt, mixing well with earth, and shaved tha outer bark from the entire trunk of each. The trees blossomed full, and to my surprise, bore a far better fruit than they had ever borne before. I hare tried this experiment on other fruit trees,, with equal success. Yours truly, IU'.uhb.n Wheels. Forest Trues. It was t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 May 1846

Jmmilji Newspaper, Deuotei) to politics, Ijomc 3ntinstrn, News, Sericulture and (General intelligence. VOLUME XII. XJKATTIJBBORO, TIffUJISDAY, MAY 21, 184G. NUMBER 30 I I J1I.ISMKD HVEIIY THURSDAY IIY W3I. E. liYTHEK. 0FFICE-.No. 2 WnEELEB'S STONE DUILDINI!. Til To single subscribers, $2,00 a year To Com-pam--, and to those who pay in advance, a liberal discount mil tie made VERMONT PHCENIX, Vrom the Amherst Express. II nil Road Convention. Agreeably (a an invitation signed by a large number of persons in various towns in Hampshire ami Frank- lin counties cast ofConnccliciit Illver, the friends of the railruail now chattered between urnul'a in Monta gue and the village of Williamanselt in SpringuKI,mct in Convention at Sweelsct'a Hall in Amherst on Tucs .Ia , May Dth, at 10 o'clock A. M. The Convention iv i-cilleil to order by Hon. E. Dickinson ol Amherst, an I nfier a temporary organization a Committee con. . ug of Messrs J. S. Adams, Amhcrl; J. Harlwell, M" unguo j Silas Ilall, Le...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 May 1846

peyatajpeajajpi " I 'II w The President's Message, 5'u jAt Scnafe nni House, of Representatives I The existing Mali! of tlio relations between tho United States snd Mexico, renders it proper that I hhould bring tho subject to the consideration of Congress. In my message at the commencement of jour present session, the state of these relations, the causes which led to the suspension of diplomat, ic intercourse bcltvcon the two countries in March, 1815, and the long-continued and unredressed wrongs and injuries committed by the Mexican government on citizens of the United States in their persons and property, wero briefly set forth. As tho facts anJ opinions which were then laid before you were carefully considered, I cannot bel ter express my present convictions of the condi tion of alTsirs thin by referring you to that commu nication. The strong desire to establish peace with Mexi co, on liberal and honorable terms, and the readi ness of this government to regulate and adjust our bu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 May 1846

VERMONT PHCENIX, Latest from the Seat of War. The Neiv Orlean n-illelit, of May Oth, publlihc an account of a nkl,nv-lit near I'uint liftM, bet.vern a cmnpany of 1U rulers ami a lnhly of Mexican troops, The itory k, according to the .Juliet in i That Capt. Walker, Inrmerly ol the Texan fevrnue gfrvici't who ha liven r-tiUiituril between Point Nnhel ami lien. Taylor camp, with a ronipmy ir2 Texan Hanged, ton ml tevrrat of the (rami which had started I rniu the P.iinl for the ramp were returning, and re ported that tit Mexican- wereimthe road. He started fumi hiarnmji on theSdih with hi whole force tu reconnoiirr ; and it pntuihle to open a com munication with Gen. Taylor. He had proceeded ai far as about mid way between Point Isabel and the camp, when an overwhelming Mexican I'nire apprared vrrv suddenly. A portion ofhia troops were raw re cruit. He intruded them to keep on his right, and gnveordern to the whole to retire under rover ol a ehapperat in View. But hia row troops, panic ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 May 1846

Agricultural Department. PREPARATION OK SEED CORN. . Mr Lansing Wclmore , n experienced Pcnnsjl vania firmer, rlalec that he lias had his corn crop in created about 03 per cent, bjr n simple preparation qflht: seed, as follows: ''At neon of theday before planting, lftli of May, fsars .Mr W.) I put my seed corn to (oak in aatronc decoction of copperas water say two pounds of copperas to warm soft water suiucienl to cover a Hushel ofcorn. The next morning took out n peck, added apint or more 01 sou sosp, stirred it thor nughlr, ihen put on plaster enough to make it con venient to drop for planting, say one quart. The whole field was planted with teed thus prepared, except four rows, which were planted with seed without any preparation. The after culture of the whole was alike passing through each way with the cultivator and hoeing mice. The four rows last mentioned were cut up, harrestcd, and the corn weighed andtneasured by itself; also four rona nct adjoining, the seed of which had ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 May 1846

Mil tv - ( V-"ih.v, 51 Jfamiln Newspaper, Pcuotcb to politics, gome 3nlmstvn, New, QVgdcnltnrc ano (cncral 3fatc licence . VOLUME Xll. IIHATTIjEKOE&O, TJIURSIAY,MAY 28, 1S1;. NUMBER 40. ,13 riDMSIIED EVERY THURSDAY I) V WM. K. ItYTUKi:. (1 1 F I C i: No. 2 WHEELER'S STOM) llCItDl.M!. Tern. To single subscribers, SV',00 a year To Com panies, and to those who piy in advance, a liberal diaeounl will be marie. business ?ards. DENTAL SURGERY. T. S. ST RATTON, CUnOEOH DENTIST. T OOMS at Major Smith'a Stage Houic for a few weeks. J.v leu 1HO ?1 I The Uherty partjto calle.l-proft.s to hold Ibo loitilotion ji . art , bp rh www wr 9 . ! of Slavery in utter abhorrence and detestation, not only as a Ji.ItJlLlj,Ml Jt, -one to human society, but as dir-ellv contravening the will and (EOttUffClOC SlttOCUCI? sit JiitljJ, P"s command of find. Their speeches, IracU and ne.apa HTtJlTTLEUOHO VT pers. hive been filled with sentiments ofthopiirest morality, and n n ., ,1 . . . ' r ' 1 if 1 o. ofllie ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 May 1846

IMS i:TV-MTII COMHfiSS. Wasiiinoton. May JO. TH, Mr Crittenden presented a petition rittsuurg ami wheeling be made ports n. from the Military committer. Mnn. Ipleiiientsry to the act fur prosecuting war witii Mexico, and Tor other pur. tent ptivoto bills were passed. The --..-t, ...........v.. M-.iiiii.ivii luim claims .Office Appropriation Hill iVfll taken of Miss., said, he would not op- : denounced the chean mat. on Mended to keep up high taxes. Ho i committee intended any change. Mr I Committee, renlied that the Commit llated no change aa being necessary. i ue uiu was men laid orer till to-mor- bch Spoliation bill was then taken up, r-u was enmieri to the floor, and, as this ed, is making a powerful speech in claimants, -The House went into committee of Sir Cobb in the Chair, and took up the nation bill, its, of Kentucky, spoke for an hour a mat tne war with Mexico ought to ' prosecuted to a glorious termination. , in the course of his speech, to the at. by Mr G, Davis and Mr Gr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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