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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 December 1842

wtt fvtt fte NOT THB GLOnV OP OJDSAR BUT THE W E L F A R B OP ROME. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1842. No. 31. VOL. XVI. ADDRESS: Delivered before the Burlington Mechanics' Institute, December, 1843. ST THE RIGHT REV. BISHOP HOrKINS. My Friends and Fellow Citis ens In the progress or human society, it is a remarka ble characteristic of our age and country, that associ ations aro constantly springing up whose object it is to diffusa the knowledge or science and the arts in a populnr form, for general attainment. And in nothinp, perhaps, so much as in this, does the mind of true phi lanthropy mark with pleasure the influence of those democratic principles, which havo spread abroad in all directions from the Government of the United Statos, The time has been, when science hoarded her treasures with such jealous care, that the few who possessed a larger share of them than usual, were thought to be dealers in sorcery, or magic. Next came a lone period, "hen science cast off ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 December 1842

Mint Imniirt&tit from China and India Ter- iiilitntlau of the Chinese war--llcenplurc of laum anti uuznee, Tim British Steam .Ship Britania, Capt. John llewiit, arrived at Boston on tho 22d ult., from Liverpool, via Halifax. The ntiws received by the intermcdiato overland mail is of tho highest interest and importance. Tho English arms in India liavo rcgainod complete ascendancy and all thodisastrous cflects of former defeats appear to havo been entirely retrieved. Afghanis tan has again acknowledged tho supremacy of British power, and has bent herself humbly under the yoke. The war in China is terminated. A trea ty of peace has been concluded betweon tho Emperor of China and Sir Henry t'ottingcr, in behalf of the Queen of England. An at tack was made by the British forces, upon Chin Koang-foo which, after a gallant do funco, wiis surrendered. Tho British then proceeded toward Nanl.in, which placo they i prepared to attack, when n truce was imme diately solicited by the Chinese....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 December 1842

BISHOP HOPKINS' ADDRESS. Wo naod not ask tlio roader's attention to this production. Tim lource from which it inmates will securo it an attentive perusal, while the sound practical, cnmmon-SDnso nd instructive manner in which he treats his suhjuct, will recommend it to the considera tion of all. Cramolt College. This excellent and meritorious Institution has it is known boen founded by tho Rev. Dr. Mionault, many years ago. It is favorably known both in Canada and along the frontier, as affording a very advantageous and efficient means of imparting good classical instruction to youth, and especially a thorough knowledge of the French language, which is ever becoming more and raoro desirable. To thoso of our fellow-citizens who wish to givo a knowlcdgo of French to their children, or who wish themselves to acquire it, we think tho Cham bly College a most eligible institution fortius purpose. The Rev. gentleman at tho head of the Collects .is vory well known hero for his learning and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 December 1842

TO JPAflflCrES & INVALIDS. The following ImlUpciiMiblo nunlly rrmr (llts mny be nut ml nt tlio vlllneo itrng Mores nnil sooti n entry country store in the Mnto Ilcnieinber mid nnrrr get tlirni unless ll;oj have thi! fiic-simllc Mgmiluru of 'd&PjWS&t ') on .1 he iv rappers, ai nil others by ilit tunic names nre base Impositions mid counter. fril. If the merchant dearest j on has them not, urge linn tu. troruiu limn nl ,1 Maidcn-lnnc, the next time bo visits New Ynrl, ur to write for them, ;Yu family s'lould le a irel; withimt thrte nmeilics. BALM OF COLUMBIA, I'OH TUB I1AIU, Miiicii slap il if full.ng out, or re-torn it tin bald place.! mill tm ejiilJrcn mal.o it grow rapidly, or on those who have Inst the Imir Irnni uny cause, ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children i:i tchojl-, are prevented or killed by it at once. Find liie nutiu it, or nn tr try it. llnntmhrt this attends. RHEUMATISM, ami p,iitiwly curtd, tiutl till shiirelted muscles and limits nre restored, in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 January 1843

ton IP NOT T XI 3 GLORY OF C21SAB BDT TUB WELFARE) OF ROME. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 18). No. 32. 'UCr " ' PASSAGE Ii THE LIFE OF AMAITRE D'ARMES. In the year 1821, 1 arrived at St. Petersburg, with the intention of establishing myself as a lancing-master in that capital. Introductions from distinguished individuals in Paris enabled me to make a friend of Count Alexis W.; and that young nobleman was good enough to inter est himself warmly in my success. Not con. tent with procuring me several pupils, himself included, tie urged mo to petition the Emperor for the appointment of fencing-master to a rcgi hient, and offered to give me a letter of rccom raondation to nn aid-dc-campofihc Czarowitsch Constantine, who was then at the Castle of Strelna, near St. Petersburg. "If his imperial highness, added the Count, 'vill .write a line in your favor at the end of the ietition,you will have an excellent chance of obtaining what you desire. Present yourself boldly, fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 January 1843

ltt tha notion of medicines throufih the nervous ays le.n eitcrnaily. that ia, to show that their IntUonrs miy bo diffused through the ayslom by Iho transmit aioiiof tha "ncurtnra." Dr. II. Btated that no such eiperinienls' h.tu boon previously tried on Mra. R., but that, in consideration of her impressibility, hu diil not doubt of their succesj. Tho lirat experiment mide consisted in placing a picoo of silver in tho hiniofMm.lt., which was held at thu same lime by Dr. U. In effects woro described by her as u.t pleasant. Itriintiii;, and stimul-itim;. Tho effect of (old applied in tini samo manner, she represented as pleasant ana; jming nni tho c!leet or steel, the I described a unoleasant but r-ithur srr..n(tib..ii!itf. I , - ... ... ... ,, . The influence of the ateel, sin thought morn benefi ., . , . .. . eial than that of tho s.lvcr. To ascertain what would be the tmic influence f steal, winch ii clnasod as such in the matciii inoiica, applied in this man nar, I)r II , etcitel t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 January 1843

earn M2VU01Z:TIE&ZZttZZ3l2 HUllt'H GOING. I Would respectfully Mil llic alien ,'iicn, having sleigh, In the pioprk'iy or Ki wmling, on the Sabbath, tn'l the net 7,y endod. Ths service in alt ttioOliur 'about twelve o'clock, in ill ' i rmng, nnd t of them, about half p"' ''iron m il. af. Pno minutes will bring tho firtlroitof i sny of iho Cltiirclis", nml it would bin el'ef tn Pastor and I'ople, mil t? hpnr tho us of bells, from Hi" I" Mtvico begins, nil jndsd. 1 havo no doiiln uv ry one will wo tho jerlT of it. when once brought beforo them. ' ' THE VOICE OF MANV. January Id, 1S43. Wo fully concur in tlio propriety of tho above suggestions; nnd wc cannot doubt (hat tho owners of teams will pity the requis ite attention to the subject. Thore is another abuse, however, which calls still moro loudly for correction. Wo alludo to furious driving, nnd the practice of compelling every ono to loavo the trodden path for teams to pass. Thcro is no limo in this villago but what a team can ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 January 1843

ti He touched tila 1iarp,ntnl nations heard, cntrnnd. TI1K ailKRN HILLS 01-' MV PATilKlt-LAND. The green hills of my father-land In drcnma still greet my viowt I pe'ei onco more the wnvo-girt strand The ocean-drplh of blue Tho sky the Kinriuua s' v, outspread Aboyu their calm repose The river, o'er its rocky bed Still Ringing ns it flows The stillness of Iho Sabbath hours, When men go lip to pray Tho sun-light resting on llto flowers Tlii" birds that sing nmong thu bowers, Through all tha summer day. Land of my biith I mine rnrly lovo! Onnc more thy airs I bretilhel 1 flic thy proud hills tower abovo Thy iri een vales ship beneath Thy groves, thy rocks, murmuring rills, All rise befoie mine ej es t The dawn of morning on thy hills. Thy gorgeous sunset skies Thy forests from whoso deep n cess A thousand streams have birth, Oljilij'niriEj thu lonely wilderncs", And filling the grer-n silintness With melody and mirth. I wonder if my home wo dd seem As lovely as of yorul I wonder if the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 January 1843

WOT THE GI.OKV or CUT T II 13 V & ! r A It I OT HOME. ! n , i,.r3airi"' rT-"-rviw.';.r?''--'--111 ''T'-rr-. r- CTgi-.Tia3ar7nTT;m r-m rra.aj;.saasjrnsjfjHcsr i-. jw-i.u.ri.".. m. nn-.ii -i n U UU NJi TO N. V 1 2 Ij MONT. V1M1)AY.,JAiUB VH, iRJ:j. C- ftp. 33. vol. xvr. N E U II 0 h 0 (J V . (Concluded.) Sub-Committee met Nov. 13i1t. Present Messrs. Bryant nnd O'.Sullivan, and Or. I orry. The subject nf tlio experiments tu-day was a. Air. JI , a young nnn rcsidmu. in tins city, a me chanics but he was nut regarded by Ur. I!, ns suni ciently impressible to pionouncc any nry decided "Tha'hrst experiment consisted in a trial of s Ircnnlh In the arms. In the lint place, Ins natural stri'iulli of arm vns tested by means or a carpet-Ins contain intotno books the weight hem.; ira !c cqm a'.ent to his utmost muscular power Dr. It. then operated in such a manner as to rel it the muscular system ; and In pctlnps ten minutes, Im wa unable to su port what ho hid previously done with case1, no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 January 1843

ii J coidialiy, an.l asked if I had done any thing winch rnvlu him seek my hfo or whether his lm trod w.u tinioundotl. Hi said ho thought it was only fancy. " Perhaps" ho added, " tlioro was Roiuotliing in yonr nnnnor which ofl'unclcd mo." I read over to linn what 1 had written down. Ho wished nit) to alter the passage in which I said tint ho "nlleired its an excuse, that ho hid attempted the catno tiling on tho John Adams and I'.i'.nnuc." llu only mentioned it at a fact, ho siiil. Atjto than an hour had now elapsed. Spencer, os ho met Cromwell, paused and asked tu see Mr. Wales. Ai lio pusod Cromwell hu snd tut a word of In? innocence, nor did he Iniliu any appeal in Ins favor. Spencer said, "Wales, 1 hope you vvill rorqivo ma liir tampering vvidi your fidelity." W.iles replied, overcome with emotion, " I do lurgire von from tho bottom of my hcirt, and 1 hops Clod will formvu yu.i nisi. Wnloa was weepui, and Sj.cnccr m pis.siu.; nut Sninll nt thoa.nii;.way. llu extended his li uid ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 January 1843

mocracy in tlio state, tliout J have put in nom ination, fur the Itigcst dignities of tlio Com mon wealth, ono of tin: most thorough Aris tocrats in New England it nvtn who would i toon think of jumping into tlio crater of Yisuvius, as ho would of soiling his kid glovci.tiy touching tho "hrgc pairs" of tho Democracy. I havo not titno now to am plify upon tills point, hut with your pel mis sion, I will drop a few hints to your renders n tho subject hereafter. It is n fruitful thonie, and ought to bo "kept before the Peo ple." ETHAN. P. S. Daniel Baldwin of Montpclicr h tho candidate, for Treasurer. POSTAGE UEFORiM. We have high gratification in stating that the consultations at Washington between the Postmaster General and tlio Postmasters of the principal cities has resulted in tho follow ing conclusions : 1. Tho Rates of Letter Postago are to bo greatly reduced. 7n cents is to bo tho highest rate charged for conveying a letter from any point to any point within tho Uni ted Slates. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 January 1843

A TO FAMILIES & INVALIDS. The following; lntllprnvililn f'mntly rr:nr. Ahi may bo I'miml ut Ihn vitiligo !)rnr liarc; nmt soon nt cicry cmtntiy Moie In thr Mute ItrincmlW mid nrvrr get them unless the) have the fUosltnlJc nfjr.ntnrc of l?)x-!t . .'- n the wrapper., its oil other. liy I lie same ii.i;,,ts tiro base, nnpi'iliotii nl counter, fells. If tho merchant nearer! you Ins llicin not, urge liim In pro. urn ihrtn lit 71 M.iith-n.binr, thr next lime ho vi-iis New York, or to write fir thm. No family should It a irrrl withtml theft remedies. BALM OF COLUMBIA, toil Till', HAIR, which will stop it if filling out, ur rtsiure it on hit J place', mill on children make it grow rapidly, or on thbse who hate lnl the hair from any rmie. AI.Ij VERMIN ihst infest the hcids of children In schools, are presented or killed by it nt once. Find the name of n" It, or never try it. Kememher this ahtnys. RHEUMATI8M, i WMtS, is.'.; Sr.-'ir--.iUA positively exited, and all thiirrU"t nnr- and linbi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 January 1843

. . . i. . . . I i ....... WOT TUB Q L O R Y OP C .ffl S A H DVT TUB WELFARE OP ROME. VOL. XVI. T II K M O T II It It . DT t. it, eigoiuinev. Who, when tliy infant life was younp, Deishtetl, iVr' lliy cra.llc l.utigl W.th'pilv s-mth'd each childish moan, And nnde ihy litilo erief." her own 1 Who, s'eeple", watch'd in hours of pain, Mnr s nilM till ihou wert well ne.iin ? WhisorrowM from lliysiilc to pari. And hore thee, absent. on her heart? Thy Mn'her, lov I How cnn'sl thou pay Her tender care, by nt&titand day 7 Who join'd thy spnrn with cheerful air? AndjiAt to i-e thee strong and fnirl Who, with fond pride to sues! and friend, Would itill the darling child commend 1 Whosp tears in ferret, ilow'd hltn rain, If sin or woe, thy liledid s tain 7 And whi, wit l prayer's tineon-in? ig!i, Ilesoiisht for thee, n home on hiiihl Thv Mother, hoy! How cnn'nl thou pay Her lirelcjs love, hy night mid day 7 Hear on thv brow the lofty smilo Of upright dntv. free from guile, With earnest dil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 January 1843

FROM WASHINGTON. WAsntNoTON, Friday, Jan. 6. In Sonate, after presentation of petitions, number of business reports were mado by Committees. Mr. Huntington offered a res olution directing tlio Post Office Committee to enquire into the oxpodincy of making the appointment of Assistant Postmaster Gener al subiect to tho nomination of the President and the confirmation of tho Senate, which was discussed for some time. Tho bill for the relief of claimants to indemnities received from the British Government for tho loss of javes at Nassau, and that for tho relief of persons falling into Tcxian jurisdiction from the United States, by the arrangement of tho boundry tine, were ordered engrossed The Senate then adjourned to Monday. In the House, Mr. Triplott offered a reso lution calling for information concerning the navigation of the Mississippi. After being modified so as to include tho Northern Lakes it was adopted. After receiving reports tho House discuss ed a bill to suspend the rules ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 January 1843

llumer, unariosj. ingcrsoii, vvm. 'm. Cos Mnson.Cnvo Johnson, . D. King, Lewis, Litllefield, Lowe , A. ay, Marrlmml, Alfred Marshall, '. irw id, jack, H ?n, n, Keim, A F. Marshall, Mathews, Mcdill, Meriwether, Miller, Mjorc, Nowhard, Owsley, Payne, Pickens, Plumer, Poictll, Rayner, Reding, Rtncher, Reynolds, Rhett, Turney, Word. Wathinston, Watlerson, Wcller, Westbrook, Edward D. Wliite, C. G. Williams, J, h. Williams, Wise, Wood-Ill. Loco yeas and Whig nays in italics. EVERY WHIG FROM THE FREE STATES VOTED IN FAVOR OF MR. BLADE'S RESOLUTION, while tho Northcn Loco Focos, tho " natural allies " of the Slaveholding Democracy,wenl against it with great unanimity. On this subject tho last Watchman very justly remarks : Wo put it to the Whig abolitionists of Vermont: is this a time to weaken tho band of tho friends of liberty by a distinct political party on slavery 1 Again : behold tho motion of Mr. Mor gan, ono of the best Whigs as well as ono of the best of statesman in Congress from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 January 1843

" touched hi hr.rp.and nations heard, entranced." From the Northern Light. TUB MI 1. 1,. IV irED I. STSEET. Bide the narrow road that, winding, lesds From the white-trch'd hithvvay, the humbto mill Rests it red-gabled from. The forcat round Haa fallen beneath the ext.-, to chape the nook Fur the sharp pointed roof, and wood-built dam, Bridling the awainny streamlet to n pond, Scattered with dsadjucg'd trecsind splinter'd atutnpa, And floating logs, round which the frothjr scum And droopinc weeds are gathered. Stagnant, still, And gloomy aeema the wide spread sheet, what time T he sliding gate is lower'd: the slimy flume I,ookdarkt the waters trickle o'er the dam. Or gush from aome wiJe fissure and the mill la e to dtveprjt silence. Hut whin inoin, Bringing the daily task, uplifts the irate, The sib-nee, lik magic, changes: the smooth pond Breaka into slanting lines; the scum whirls round; The rough black logs sail, jostling j nnd the weeds Stream in the dancing ripples: throurh the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 January 1843

41 H tub a LORY OP OiBSAn BUT TUB WELFARE Or ROME. VOL. XVI. EACH HAS HIS GIIIEj?. On rrrth .to many tirdits of wo, A11J many shi-kI 1 1 iM-n;iv, Anil mjinin s itiowwiibcteit check, And many a pained-dulled cyo. The wretched weep, the poor complain, And luckless love pines on unknown And faint from the midnicht cuuch Sounds out the sick child's moan. Each has his grief-old ago fears death The youm; man's ills are pridu, desire, And heart-sickness and in his breast The heat of passion's fire. And he who runs the race of fame, Oft feels within a feverish dread, Last others snatch the laurel crown lie bears upon his head. All, all know care; and, at the close, All Ho earth's pprcadincarms within The poor, I lie Mack-soul'd, proud, and low, Virtue, despair, and sin. O, foolish, then, with pain to shrink From the sure doom we each must meet. la earth so fair or heaven so dark Or life so passing sweet? No; dread yo not the fearful hour The coffin, and the pail's lark cloom, For there's a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 January 1843

CAPTURE 01- A MEXICAN TOWN BY THE U. S. SQUADRON. New YonK.Jun. 14. The bark Anahuac, tint arrived licro last Sunday, brought a ro ort from Mexico lliat Monterey, the capital of Galiforni.i, liad been captured liy the na val forco of the United States, on the Pacific station, under tho command of Commodore Jones, ilo was led to bolievo that tho Uni ted Slates had declared war against Mexico, and therfore took this bold step. Tho Mudi souian of yesterday contains n translation from tho Dinro did Gohioino, of the 14th ultimo, published in the city of Mexico, which give lull particulars : " On tho lDlh of Oetohor, Commodore Jones arriv ed st Monterey, in the frigate United States, accom panied bv the il vane, under dpt. htrihling. As s.ion n thash'tjia ha,f nni-tiorcd, Capt. Armstrong, the lias captain of the United States. hndcJ, ami delivered to lh acting Coventor, Don Juan Alvarado, a little from I'oin.imdjro Jnn.s, requiring; the immediate surrender or th." n'aci' wnaiii lutts, dsn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 January 1843

For the Flos Press, Wuarronp, Vt., January 19, 1S43. Mi, Editor i In your paper of the 13lh insimil, a Monipelier correspondent informs ih lli.it iho Tory Contention hove nominated Daniel Kellogg and Wyllys Lyman, n couple of Lairyers, for Ciovcrnor nil Lieut. Governor, of lliii .State. Now 1 liappon la know this Mr. Ketloeg. "o i u rich mm, carries cold witch, wears a rullle shirt and as fine broad cloth as any other lawyer, don't complain ol this. Wealth it no reproach to n man, if lie comes honestly by it and in this free country, every ono has a right to dress according to his own taste. Hut when the Whigs nominate a man wno wears good clothes, the Locos raise a lerriblo hue and cry about it. They call him an aristocrat, and try to excite tho feelings of the honest laborers against him by talking about his money, his dress and stylo of living. No man has been assailed with more slang on account of his tyle of living than Governor Paine, and yet if I can judge from his administra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 January 1843

"He touched liis liarp.nnd nations heard, cnlrnnrml. TUB SEARCH AFTtilt III2ST. rv i. cfSNi.saiiAM. When first I lie Dove, nfar and wide, Skimmed the dark waters o'er, To seek, beyond tlio lieaxinjj tide, A green and peaceful shore, No lenfy 1 ough, nor life-like thing, Rose 'mid tho swelling main The lof.e bird sought, with faltering wingi, Tho hallowed Ark again. And ever thus man's heart has triced A lone and weary round ( But never yd, 'mid Earth's dark waste, A resting place hath found. The pcaco for which his spirit yearns Is ever sought m tiin, Till like the Dove it no.MEWAno turns, And finds its God again. Wo annex an cxlr.i from a work on China, feenntly published in England by a Captain Bingham : " Tho Yang-tso-kiang, or Child of tho Ocean, is one of the most extensive rivers in llio world, second only to tho Mississippi and Amazon. It takes its risa in Thibet, and ore reaching tho sea passes overall extent of 2,700 mill's of country in its circuitous route, relieving the ...

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