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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 August 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. i:. r. walton.jr.i uuitob. MONTPEhiEK.JTHURSDAY, AUG. 7, 1815. WHIti NOMINATIONS FOR 1845. ELECTION SEPTEMBER 2. FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM SLADE. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, IIOIIACE EATON. FOR TREASURER, JOHNSPALPING. FOR SENATORS. WASHINGTON CO. WILLIAM V. WELLS, GEORGE W. COLLAMER. FOR SENATORS. ORANGE CO. ABEL UNDERWOOD, CARLOS CARPENTER, DARIUS PRIDE. TO YOUR POSTS! Wmo3 or Vi.iimont! we nrc just upon tho ovo of another conflict. But four short weeks will ex pire, and tho political destinies of our State, for the next year, arc irreversibly dccy&d. Wjjjiro Yitfrcr upon tho verge of glory, orupon tho brink of dis- gracc. And shall wo regard our fato with indiffer ence? Shall wo sit down with folded arms nnd abandon ourselves to tho tender mercies of our en emies ? Tho issues of our political life and death aro in our own hands. Wo arc tho arbiters of our own destiny. There is not a man in the State who doubts that tho Whig party, if faithful to them selves, will...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 August 1845

A GEORGIA GANDElt I'ULLING. Don't start, gontlo reader. Wo don't mean to bfiland " cars polite,'" but simply desiro to givo you on idea of Southern refinement, as it prevails a. mohg tho common mass of tlio population. Noth ing is o tnoro unerring index of tho character of a people, than their amusements. Thuy are tho tin perverted manifestations of tho principles and feel ings that rclgn Uppermost in tho popular- liojom. Tho Inferences that oro to ho drawn from tho fol lowing oUetch, however, nro not to bo applied to tho upper and better portion of society. That class regard such barbarous sports with abhorrence, and always blush for shamo when they are presented to tho vlow of strangers. The day was tho fourth of July 1812, and tho Jilaco a town in the Northern part of Georgia. We had just been listening to a regular "blood and thunder" antmersary oration, admirably suited to the tastes of tho native chivalry, and were engaged in scanning, with philosophic eye, tho evolutions of B...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 August 1845

r.- nVIUGINIA PAttMlNd. Tho following account ol. Virginia Fat'"?; 18 from rt Miisailld'sutts p iper, llie o.litor of wl.U i liw rocnntly visited .Vtrjiiniu. ' "p'T.t " iVn 0Jt tho Touliue .farmer, nnJ euro him of nil, i eairo, if ho ever IWt any, to swap places with tho "urls tocmcy"oftlioprou1ol(ll)omininn! , " A mill who iilnloitakoj to ' firm it' Jii Virgin ia, cow to tk IiUIiH who. Ho sots, by Inheri tance or otherwise), a thousand ucrc of land, win a Utb liouo on it. Ho (jots n liUililrenoRroes, with hois onouijli forthem to livo irt. I hclfovo tlio nver.iEo number .of working nowflns i a m""" sluvei 1st nb'otit thirty. Tho rest aro Incapable, or occupied In person il sorvices for mastor or ims trcss! Tho liiiinlrotl, liowovcr, ard to bo supportc I, nml thirty bry, careless, w.io lvo re to i o tho labor of it, Tho mister I. res on nvor for .v good rounc, pr.lco, who foc? -.njp '-y"- Xt iior both. Voucann-urooutlbryoiclf tlio nronortion of labor to bo oxjraricu irnm tnoso while...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 August 1845

MONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 40.--WHOLE NO. 202G. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TUUMS Sl.SOcaitilnn.lvnneo, MAO II- t,imnl Is not mmto In niivanco) Intetoit nhv.ijs charged from the,undoriho rear, i POETRY. THE LITTIilJ STEP-SON. ' 'lit "AMtlU." I lifive A lltllo stcn-son, the loveliest tiling fllirn, A noblo, sluMjr hoy 1. tie, and yet he1, only ftvo Ills imoolh cliook hnlh n blooming glow his eyes nro Mack n jot. And lilsjlps ftro llko two rnso-buiis, in tremulous und wet ) Ilil tlnys pnss oil In sunshine, in laughter And In long, Al nrclss nt a summer rill thaf.ing. Itself along t Tor llko n nrrtiy fjlry-tilo Hint's all loo quickly told, Ii the young Ifln of a liltle ono that', only five yeats old. lie's dro 'tiling on li Is happy couch bcforo.tho day gros dark, Ho'a up with morning' rosy ray, n .inglug "ltd tho lark Where'er the fleers are frcshosli where'er the gnus I. green, With light lock. wnt...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 August 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. 5ft. n. r. waltonjjk-i uniToft. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 18-15. WHIG NOMINATIONS FOR 1&J5. ELECTION SEPTEMBER 8. FOR GOVERNOR, ; WILLIAM SLADE. , FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, UOBACEJ3ATON. FOR TREASURER, f. JOHN SPALDING. FOR SENATORS-WASHINGTON CO. WILLIAM V. WELLS, . GEORGE W. COLLAMER. FOR SENATORS. ORANGE CO. ABEL UNDERWOOD, CARLOS CARPENTER, DARIUS IMIIDE. LOCOFOCOISM ON WOOL. 'Of all tho cant that are canted in this canting World, though tho fanatical cant of third-party men about their lovo for tho poor slave, after having beerf llio means of annexing Texas, may bo the most ridiculous, the hypocritical cant of tho Ver mont locofocos nbout tho tariff on wool is tho mc-st disgusting. Column after column of tho emptiest fustian upon this subject is weekly doled forth from every locoFoco press in tho State, in tho do lusivo hopo of swindling from tho people a little sympathy, wherewith to bolster up their poor, help lees, bed-ridden cnusc. Vermont, they ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 August 1845

CORRESPONDENCE OPTHK WATCHMAN. Haixatooa SrniNas, July 28. Mn. Eiinon: After dlvcra perils by land nntl sen, (i, e. tlio Clmmplaiii cnniil,) I nm hero in tlio midst or tlio ollapodrida of people, tbat beat its in dicated by tbormometer, tlio various "ills tbat flesh is bcir to," pleasure, or a plethora in tlio purse, drives to water, for tlio season, in Saratoga. Uni versal humanity is represented here. Company from all parts of our own country, and many from boyond the water, aro in town. Onofiiuls himself in closo contact, now with a veritable son of Yan-kco-Jand, with an cyo liko an carlo's, faco looking, for nil tho world, like a peripatetic multiplication tablo whero tho "almighty dollar," as the unit of calculation, assumes an infinite importance ; now comes tip a broad breasted, jolly descendant of tlio "Gtxdo Vrowa" of tho Dutch dynasty; next nrcs lo, you aro cheek by jowl with a mahogany colorod sugar planter from tho south-west corner of Louis iana, or perhaps Texas, who h...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 August 1845

.f PROSCRIPTION BY POLKDEATJI-IN-SANITV, &C. . Corresfendencs of the Now York Trltrono. Wasiiikoto.s, July 28th, 1815. Tho rumors of this morning nro Hint tlio two Au. ditors, Peter Ilagncr mid Stephen Ploasonton, nnrt tho Commissioner of Tensions, J. L. Ldwnrds, have rcsoivod notico that tholr services nro to bo ill ricnsod with. Mr. Clinton, I boliovo a recont mem bcr of Congress from your State, is said to havo been appointed to tho placo of Mr. Ldwnrds. Maj. Nolnml, Commissioner of Public Buildings, nnd Mnjorl).iclo, Warden of tho Penitentiary, nro to bo replaced (says report) by tho two Coltmnns, ono, it not both, a portion of tho Democratic" Club which disposes of tho public offices at pleasure, ihoso Coltmnns arc Irishmen, tnado wealthy by contracts with tho Governrnont. Mr. Buchanan desires to soo Plitt, formerly n special Agent of tho Post Office Department, appointed to tho Pubhc Buildings, but his wishes can nvall nothing against tho edict of tho '! Democratic" Club. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 21 August 1845

VERMONT WA TCHMAN & ST ATE JOURN A BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEll, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1815. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 4 1. --WHOLE NO. 2027. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. ( THUMP 41 ,'irt n!i in nelv-im-c i ga "d if piiment l not mmle in aav .ni'o i ltttol nIwuH clinrgcd Irom llio onti 01 1110 yi-nr. POETRY. The Ptnulillo trrntit r nmt mrltlmr uMIkh of tho fullouitiff or- Cfi 1y Hi n ANN) nre inmtgli to .flVi't ho rnHvU hen it LAMENT OF TUT, VI1)0VIU) INEBRIATE. I'm tUnVing on tliy mlli, Mary Thy hrljht .iml trusting unlln In tin mirnin?nr our jonili nml love, 1b pO(ruw citmc orgnllo j When thino nrm ere entwined nSout my neck. And mine ejon Junked Inlit tlihie, Ami the he rl thnt tluolitiM Tor mo alone, 'ni nestling cloif t" mi no I I fieo full m i v i uniilo, Mnry, On mi ' lif " he Miiinu Wight ( And n 'ii, ml f vf liVit ul loto If fl -Ii' i" in m KHiht ! Hut tic " i- tint tnr in;, penr hoatt, And tl- m i ir m?e to me, And leu Iim - otiii-d o'er my wul Win tl in on nmry tunn to tho...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 21 August 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. n. p. VAt,To.v,Jit.. nniTon. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 1 84 f. WHIG NOMINATIONS FOR 1845. ELECTION SEPTEMBER 2. FOIt GOVERNOR, WILLIAM SliADE. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. FOR. TREASURER, JOHN SPALDING. FOR SENATORS. BENNINGTON CO. BLA.CKMAN E. BROWNELL, ASAIIEL 1IURD. FOR SENATORS. WINDSOR CO. JAMES BARRETT, JUSTIN MORGAN, THOMAS T. BARRETT, BENJAMIN BILLINGS. FOR SENATORS-WASHINGTON CO. WILLIAM W. WELLS, GEORGE V. COLLAMER. FOR SENATORS. ORANGE CO. ABEL UNDERWOOD, CARLOS CARPENTER, DARIUS PRIDE. FOR SENATORS. CALEDONIA CO. WELCOME BEMISS, WILLIAM SIAS. , FOR SENATOR. ORLEANS CO. ENOCH B. SIMONDS. FOR SENATOR.-ESSEX CO. JONAH BROOKS Ju. FOR SENATOR. LAMOILLE CO. CORNELIUS LYNDE. THE PATRIOT AND THE TARIFF ON WOOL. Although the " city editor" has returned and re lieved us of our duties, still, averse as wo aro to political controversy, wc(i. e. tho-"country editor") ure willing to retain tho editorial pen long enough to effect, if possible, an unde...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 21 August 1845

Mur.MNciTON, Aug. 18, 18-1S. J. T. MAnsTON, Esq. Editor of tho Vt. l'ulriot: Sir: A fricrnl has forwarded mo your paper of tlio Mlh inst., containing nn article marked "com mutiicatcd," to which you " invited particular niton lion." Tho nrticlo charges Gov. Slntlo and myself, in subsluncc, with n conspiracy with Chauncey Goodrich of this placo in tho matter of n, "digested index" of tho statutes of this State, published with tho Iiiws of lust session. This conspiracy is charged ns hiving produced 1st, n fraud upon tho treasury, and Sd, a crying in justico to nn individual. Tho index ns contemplated in tho resolution nu thonzing its publication, was to cost not exceeding 8100, of this sum I am informed moro than $75 wore paid for paper, printing, ice, leaving about $25, for the person who was to prepare tho index, nnd for tho patronago involved in tho disburse ment of this sum. Gov. S. nnd myself are charg ed with conspiring to do "a crying injustice to an individual" hardly known, t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 21 August 1845

Tromilio Vermont rnmlly Visitor. SHEEP. Mn. Fntrnn .Jl Knvn ili.lnvnil nnawrrinrr volir lavoreu lelior until now, lor reasons uiai wouiti oo 1 entirely satisf.icidry if written. I am heartily fjlnd of contributing niy small mite to promote. the in terest and welfare of an agricultural paper of our own State, however meagre it must appear, and hope that every farmer through the Stnto u ill forth with ecu I in their names to become subscribers for tho Visitor. What is 0110 dollar a year? Why, tho information derived from' the last number will richly pay a mnn for his whole subscription. And now a httlo about tho sheep. Tho above portrait was drawn by Charles Hodgors, one of tho most celebrated drultsmcn in ourlund,nnd engrav ed by John Gay. I purchased him in tlm Bpring of 1811 of Messrs. David and German Cutting, for the sum ot $80. Ho is now three years old, and I have refused $'00 for him. Ho is cettainly a very re markable animal ; he has a very proud and lolly carriage, and ia re...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 28 August 1845

VERMONT WA T CHMAN & STATE JOURNAL; BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. "WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS-SI SOenh In alliance i 9 00 If payment l not mado in mlinnre , intercut atwiiyt charged from Ihe end of tho year. POETRY. tzl :- courtship and matrimony. A VOV.M IN TWO CANTOS. AAKTO tllhT -CtfUKTPMlP. Tftlrpit of f nib ; il tliini Itlienrrrty voW, Lo! nt l In tn t, 1 nr to lovn Ditto over I At, by tli upim iliv rurjiant br.it, Tioniiie iflVciinn t,n h no time thnll tettif J And nrm l.-t li Vr thu hum ft bright now, ( (i be tnni"i 'In it - i rr, '-arflit- ITT 1 V i' tduti nn l.niihn, flo'U-tinf honit rr-lgn? i -lUi'Ttnt nu ii mi eel KittR ' wilt fhuii b mloA ? 'i 'ion Phhli I-lv jinrt (o cl r k lliy n rn li . 7 lion hIihIi imvu ull it la . ,.;M of rmrs i .t .ring j AnH we wll lno in Holittide, nor ctro Fit adfli', fur cnch othflf. 'o will fling Annv nil -t tr-iw-Kdfti Bhttll Wi thM' ! Andthoi -WilM hi nn qtlfrn, nnd I tbv klnif ! tl11 0, t .! Illlt fllM tail 1 ? ttWff llM'J!' lift - r ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 28 August 1845

JOURNAL. i!. r. u'ATOM.Jn., nurrort. MONTI'I!MEi THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1845. 'whig nominations roit 1845. ELECTION SEPTEMBERS. FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM SLADE. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, IIOltACE EATON. FOR TReTsUP.ER, JOHN SPALDING. FOR SENATORS. WINDSOR CO. JAMES BARRETT, JUSTIN MORGAN, f ' THOMAS T. BARRETT, BENJAMIN BILLINGS. FOR SENATORS. WASHINGTON CO. WILLIAM W. WELLS, GEORGE W. COLLAMER. FOR SENATORS. ORANGE CO. ABEL UNDERWOOD, CARLOS CARPENTER, DARIUS l'RIDE. FOR SENATORS.-CALEDONIA CO. WELCOME BliMISS, WILLIAM SIAS. FOR SENATOR. ORLEANS CO. ENOCH B. SIMONDS. FOR SENATOR. ESSEX CO. JONAH BROOKS Jn. FOR SENATOR. LAMOILLE CO. CORNELIUS LYNDE. Election Tuesday next. UP & AT THEM, WIIIGS ! Lot no Whig neglect his privilege on Tuesday next. Is it nothing to do your duty ns a freeman? nothing to remonstrate ngninst the reduction of the Tifliif, the revival of the Sub-Treasury, the squan dering of the Public Lands, and the perpetuation of the accursed slave system by consummating tlio anne...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 28 August 1845

V f t CENTRAL CHARTER. Tlio Woodstock Ago keeps up its war upon llils charter, just its though It wero determined to mako n party question of it, whether or no. Wo depre cate any and every attempt to mnlio a controversy between any railroad and any political party. Kail-' roads havo hecomo absolutely necessary for tho prosperity of tho Stato: lot Vermont bo loft entire ly without them, and sho is almost as effectually cut off from markets, for her produce, as sho would bo if removed to tho deserts of Africa; for bIio could not reach thoso markets and compoto with those having superior facilities. It is of tho utmost importance for tho people to encourago roads, and ho who docs not encourago them, wo cannot regard otherwise than us an enemy to tho State. But what grounds has tho Ago for a party o-suult upon the Central charter ? That charter was .ntroduced by a member of its own parly, and the taxation clause, which tho Ago attacks, was not complained of by a solitary man in tho Hous...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 28 August 1845

ECONOMICAL HINTS. w .!-,,.. dm Minw tier sonsiblo nrticlo from an old nanor of 1810. It contains (suggestions that vill bo found usortil t l"iors, especially wnon tlio crops aro short. Boston Journal. Itemed' for Scarcity. As tlio present scarcity of grain produces serious distress among tho poor er class of people, and what is almost as painlul, much greater wants among tho domestic animals, it becomes an object of great importatico to dimin. ish tho consumption, and to incroaso tho nutriment of that consumed. Proper attention to tlmBUbject most certainly will rcduco tho "so of gram ono half of tho present quantity! and it behooves c p ry man in good circumstances, to attend to it, in order that thero may bo more for market, ir eve ry ono will soriously carry into operation tho plan I have to propose for feeding, tho prico of grain will bo so reduced, th.it tho poor will bs supplied on moderate terms i half starved cows and horses will pass a comfortablo winter) and somo oi tho vil...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 September 1845

WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. 2AMA11 BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1815. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 43.-WHOLE NO. 2029. "WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS ) ,V) cnh In mhwe $9 03 If pijmcnt U not inflde H udv inco j intpret itlw.ivi rlnroJ froi'i tho ond uf Ilia yenr, . "POETiWTJ tTiiTcWt AGifDooR. BY T. K. HFIltET How .u-eet the tet tlint lihor ylelJ. Tlic Imrnlilj unit llid poor I When' .In tho pitrl .fch uf tlio fieU) Ucron hi. colte d..or 1 The I. tic In "li'.'lil? In tlic iky, The whlliw in tho r ivo. An I love U heanilnj In ccli cvo lluiio tli tlio iinnnv f lo ivcs ! Tho nlf nmlj lit fr ft .nt howor Pupilio'ulnircli tf 1 li 'tilth, An.l hunts r kii i II i; '.nU tin flawon, Mure ilurtu hl.i Hi in weiltht ro ice, like (In) lil' Mod tuillijht, pi i Mcuntl hi. humMi cMt And h-ppy nlfhu nl time rful dty. llivide lilt lowljr lot. An 1 when tlio illligo fhdi'jalh bell Kins out up.n thti to, Tho fithei 'win I.I" hosd to tell Tho miKlc of It. t la A freshir retilure ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 September 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. n. p. walton.jr.i nnrroa. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1815. STATE ELECTION. Tho ky was rainy, and tlio vote is light: tho WliVir anil Iioco tickets havo botli fallen off from last year, whilo tho Third Party has increased. If . theso returns aro a specimen of tho whole, tnoro has been no election of Stato officers by tno poo plot a result which iiaa been generally expected. VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. WAS1IINOTON COUNTT. 1H-IO. Elailc KcllMg. BliMU't Barro, Calais, Marshficld, Middlesex, Montpelicr, Northfield, Itoxbury, Watcrbury, Woodbury, Worcester, Bradford, Brookficld, Chelsea, Corinth, Newbury, Orango, Kandolpli, Thctford, Topslmm, Vcrshirc, West Fairleo, 1328 1099 022 1030 1874 444 WINDSOR COONTr. 131 45 109 97 118 31 Royalton, Sharon, 220 132 53 93 81 33 231 103 140 CHITTENDEN COUNTY 95 104 80 LtMOILLF. COUNTY. 13 33 32 33 131 40 3U 141 114 352 119 30 53 58 151 111 C5 Williston, Elmore, Hydcpark, Morristown, 100 37 133 152 25 31 79 82 310 160 141 .327 135 ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 September 1845

It may Lo, and Ims often been asked, where were tho wntcliinciinnr, tlio citizens wlulotliesooutrnncs recommitted? Tho citizens were generally n Bleep, and ti e watchmen we cannot say wliorolhey were, nor what thoy woro doing; but they wero cor tainly not doing their duty. Uut where wore tlio officers of the law during the violation of Mr. Ciay's rights in broad day light? iA'NCII LAW IN KKNTUCICY. Tho LdVington Observer, received yo.terday, contains tlio official account of tho infamous pro ceedings of the Mob which took forcible possess, tion of tho press and other materials of the True Jmcrian Printing Office, and, in iolation of the Laws, pent them, without the consent of the owner, to another State. From this and other sources, we proceed to give n narrative of such fads nx have not already been published In our columns. '1'ho first meeting, it will bu recollected, was held on ThuMd.iy, the J lib inst. Tho correspond ence which took place botween Mr. Clay and tin' Committee app...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 September 1845

t BUTTER MAKING. TU knn-ftr-ftr! flrfcmtft diva I cript. ftum which wo copy,) i3 from otin of tlio most oxponnncoil ami inlellisront aprioultnrisls. Ol Mis Bticecs.-tful pracliuo wo can nltesl, ns wo nevor saw finer butter, nut evoii in IlnlaJoli!iio, ll-nn wolmyo cntcn at Ins liosniuuio niansiu... " Milk'jhmnmlM, fft-f'' c.ol'a.r s,1"111 b deep, well vontllatuJ nn.l .Iry, Ho bottom covorci with stone II iffifif'S- " "., """" ? -other li.piiJi tlntiniy fill upon tlipiii, nntl will soon contract million', the swill of which, like the odor ofcieojo, vejfotiblei, 1'nh, or foul niroftiny lnnil, will ho impirtud to tho croini nml butter. Over this cell.irslioulil stand tho ifoiry room, with shelves to set milk on in cool wojthor; tho collar, tfijio cd during tho extremes of heat and cold.lThe temperature of tho milk apartment, if possible, should never be nbovo doff., nor Imlmv .15 Jof. "set kettles should not stand hi tho dairy room ; neither sliuuld cliiirninj.', chouse" m ikins, nor c...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 September 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE Ti ' . . in i mrm ' BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TmMS 9t &0 cfih In nihwe i $Q 03 If niyment i not miulo in ndvnnco ; Intcreit nlwityi clinrgiHl from tho cud of Mm ye nr. POETRY. TIIOUGHTSOF HEAVEN. No ulckneM tlif re. No wenty utln of t!i Iramo nwajr No frflrful ihrinkin; from llio initln ij.it nlr No ilreiil of Dimmer' bright nn.l 'et ray! No hidden grief, No will nud tlt'Prlott vlfion nf Ootpjlr j No vnlti prtillm for a relief No tDiuful ryo, no broken hoarti nre tlicro. r-rc In no Immo Witlnn tin r"nlm nf ri imgIm prnyrr and foitg) lU til ., - )ir nk hv iy and molt in fo mi, i'ttr irom tin in tiiooiM uf tlm ipliit llirong ! Tli' MotmV hUrk wing f h m rr ii,ifi- m1 uthw irt clcitUt ktf( t In ' 1 in hli nd not with I lie oov of Hprlnjr, An ioiu. loo 1muI( r flowVel fade ond dim . No iiifrlitttUliN 1(4 cMllinu down upon tlm tender frame ; No nmon it nccdvd llicre I Tlio Wghi wlilMi fit Tlut land of clary, from III Mftler came...

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