ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Vermont Phoenix Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 19,032 items from Vermont Phoenix, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
19,032 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 May 1846

Mill t Sr. Loon, Mo, May, 18(0. M IIiiitor1 It is perhsps fair to; reaurne, that an occasional letting Iiiiii thii fart of the w ,rld, may not be entirely without In tereal tu many of yom readers , more especially, at there ia hardly a town in old V indhaiit, btil lias contributed to the population of our city. We are now in the t ttdst of Spring business, and, not withstanding the upp r rivers have continued unusually low, tlie amount of on iftess daily tranaaeling at our land ing, would aatomali ev- n a Boston Yankee. Immense piles orprodiiee, with here ind there a ptiae-re way for draja, envrr the levee for iw rly a mile in eatcnt) and when you ot.mter that these ins i of " a little-of etery-thinj" are ciinsianny inereaaing i r dmittitumg by the htaoing or ilia clitrgnijr of forty or fil p aleamboats, ao that one lot or ship. menl remains alalionar - trot a Teve hours, you may imrtf i a ar.-ac -rbioti cannot I e adequately rrpreaented in word Jin1 wsi season iot na ifaunj iBe tar...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 May 1846

From Morris' National Press, M Moral IMiicfttfoH. Wc arc not opposed (a educat'inff Iho Intellect, but on the contrary we would have It trained to the highest point of excellence; yet, In this training, wo niirrlit not to overlook moral culture iho edu cation of the lienrt. riircnologista tell us that the brain is divided into three great portions, the fron tal development! being thoso of the pure intellect, the tipper ones thoso of the sentiments. All the nasslons are located at the back of the head. So far, at least, alt now Unite in the truth of Phrenolo gy. Every parent can observe that Ins smartest child has the largest frontal development, and that as the child applies himself more to learning, the brain in that part of the head increases. Hut if the moral sentiments are neglected, that portion of the brain remains stationary, anil the child, though he grows more talented, does not grow any better. Ills intellect is sharpened, while his moral sense is deadened, He becomes moro...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 June 1846

I'MitMijw" m ,sssJs-1y... - y y imaWlit a- rotuxnil Pi JFamiln Newspaper, Ocuotc & to JpolUica, )omc ihitoistun, News, Serial Uiivc anb (lateral 3ntc lligcna. VOLUME XII. BRATTL.EIJORO, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1846. NUMBER 41. PUBLISH..!) EVERY TIItMlSDAYBY xv31. v.. rytiieic. officeso. 2 wheeler's stoxe buildimj. Tlrmi. To single t-b-c.ilrs , tfiflO a year. To- Com panies, and to thaio who pay in adrance , a liberal du .ount will be made. A Repast of (he Jinn clous, The Mysterious and the Horrible. Tiie Lst Mvsteky op Paris. Tho Taris Courrier Praneais relates llic following mysterious affair, which, says the Brussels Observateur, is as full of the horriblo as any of tho romances of Mrs lladcliffe, anil which promises to impart a lively interest to tho proceedings of the Parisian tribunals. The account has filled the Faubourg St. Germain with consternation. Several months since, says the Courrier Praneais, not far from tho end of last December, Dr. Hu berti was returning to his houso...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 June 1846

TW15XTV-MMH CONGRESS.. tn SENATE, on Monday, May 25, tlio reports from the treasury and war departments, respecting mineral lands and harbors on the lakes, were order ed to he printed. .Mr Dickinson presented the' proceedings ol the great war meeting in New York city, and took occasion to makis a few remarks in approbation. On motion of Mr Husk, of Texas, the Senate took up, amended, and finally passed the bill es tablishing post routes In Texas. On motion of Mr Dix, of New York, the Senate then took up the supplement to the war bill, to increase the officers of the army. The subject was, however, laid aside, and the bill for extending ju risdiction over Oregon taken up. Mr Benton took the floor. He desired, he said, a new bill framed, corresponding with that of the British, pissed by them for the purpose of extend ing the jurisdiction of that government over Its sub jects in Oregon, lie thought such a bill would soon pass the Senate, and hoped that some one would propose it. The am...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 June 1846

"in' m;niimiiiiji,wiiiiim VERMONT PHOENIX. I-Tb Ufa;ette Ugtit In tin try of thi tillage, commanded T C t.rmn. came oat in Una trim on Tnefthr, It ba- ' general pawle diy for volunteer companlei throughout 'u The Company nu mmhtllcd at D o'clock, A. M . iircbe ti the pirado ground about Ihree-foarthj or a mile ..... l .k 1 . .- I . II. fUMgB wucrTT mi- uviicu uinr irnn in ifua mill -ilfl Oftlieir eiploiu lo the forenoon we hire received -..tfietorr account, etcept that the attack upon the tatabttt jbytheCapt. figoroua and well auatiliied during ,ble time of the engagement, which lted something more . koar It i "-d that every nun did hit dutf , About 3 I i p Mother returned to the tillage, and alter having lttrooghwith&acrlea of evolution to the ntiifaction of Ijgfeltei im 100 vpecmors, wcro nononoiy aiamused wun toMtf a tingle man I We thought the Copt, looked tome rttdkm and war-worn. dimuT axf) Niw UaMnntnKMoiicALCoitvKiiTioir wmben of thia Conveation will hold a meeting at Ba...

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

MRS. PISK TSXrOOf.D respectfully Inlorm the Ladieaof this village and vicinity, that alia haj opened a Fancy ami Dress Goods Store, In the building formerly occupied by L. 0. Mead, Esq., on (ho corner, below tl. Smith's Singe Howe, where Rlio tvill In happy In wall on all those who may please to I .nor hrr wilh n coll. The irnods have lint been selected in notion, with the greatest care, and at, the most miiiceii price. Aim, Miss) Struii On uibcrhin, wholiai recently miLMM'.KY & DltUSS RAKING, in the same building, where she will he happy to see iici vm nic-ima uim uuaumicrs, anu will please mem Willi me laicsi lagiiion. Alto, wanted, 0 young Ladieaas apprentices, Hraltlcboro, Mar SO, 1840. 80 BOSTON HEADY XtlADS CLOTHI1TG- STORE, main street, iihatti.eijoiio. mllE subscriber has iust returned from Iloston. JL the "Emporium ol Fashion," and t(Ters In his Inends and tnc public, a variety ol REinr made clothiko, of the newt'st style and patterns, among which are 1) It ESS AND FIIO...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 June 1846

Hi ll In II .IIIIH.lllPI.lilini.il I j hccniv. SI JTamilji Newspaper, JDcuotc b to politics, fyomc 3nbuslrn, News, SUpicn Ituw ano (Statural intc Utfjcnec. VOLUME XII. BRATTLBBOltO, THURSDAY, JUNE 11,1846. NUMBER 42. run lis ii no every Thursday bv Witt. K. UYTIIKK. 0 F F I C E .Vo. J WHEELER'S STOXE Bl'ILDIXli. Ttnxi. To single subscribers, $2,00 a yeir. To Com pinies, and to thote who piy in advance, t liberal discount will be made. Business Cards. Couutsclov $? Stttocucj at &nluf nnJiTTLEnono, vt. Office, at the corner or Morn and High St, over the Bookstore Business attended to in the counties ol Cheshire, N. II,, and Franklin, Mass. Ilrsttleboro, Dee. 30, 1845. Cm 19 DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DKALF.US IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods ; CHINA, CnOCKKllY AND GLASS WAIIE t JljatH H&'nrc, (Groceries, &c. (if ALL TIII1R VAKICVIrt,) 4 GRANITE BOW, Z Diciinioif, ) ch"rji!d.t'S brattleboro. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D., Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 June 1846

Xf 0 01. tt?onJiniifiroM aW royf. Wilhin (he pasl year, I havo sent moro or lesj wool o every part of England, and lo Wales, and to Scotland, comprising the various qualities grown in Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont, Nearly every invoico was ac companied by an intimation that "it was not sent so mucli with a view to profit as to try their mark ct, and hoping to receive in return suitable direc tions or suggestions for a better method of prepar lug and shipping such wool to England." The re sult has been n voluminous correspondence, giving iiinnlc delailcs, and all tho particulars required. It is from this correspondence and the results of those actual sales, as well as from personal observation and information, that I venture the opinions already expressed. I trust that pasl errors may bo avoided in the fuluro : and now hare done with the prep aration and shipment. The production of wool in the United States, un til rccantly, has not equaled the cons...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 June 1846

, Jlalamoros Taken Without Opposition I .MF.XIC.1N SOLDIEIIS DESERTING. APDITIOXAM'AllTICULAIlSOrTHK ACTIONS orTIIIJnr,! A.NOOTIl OF MAY. The steamship Ttlcgraph arrhed at New Or leans on llie 23th nit., direct from Point Isabel, bringing the iulflligrnce of the capture of Mala moros, by Gen. T ij !.r. , As was expected, Matamoros fell into the haruls of Gen. Ta)lor without n blow being struck, or an tnemy cncountcreJ. Our latest accounts, rccciv. (J a neck ago, left" our army about to cross the icr This they dill without opposition. The Galieston News extra of .May 21, says "The steamship Telegraph has just arrircil from I'o.nt Isabel. Through the politeness of her clerk tie hare keen furnished with the following infor mation : lie reports that nn the 17th instant, a detach ment ol UOO regulars and 350 volunteers proceeded loBarita and took possession of it, and established a military depot. On the night of the 19th an express arrired from (jen. Taj lor, elating that he had crossed...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 June 1846

Agricultural Dcjiartmcnt. w o o L. Tin annexed article from Hamilton Oar, Eea , on the growth, preparation, packing, &o., of American Wool for the Cnalieli mirket, containi Inronnallon which mil be valuable both to the farmer and merchant. It waa elicited by the following note, dated New York. Mav 10. lBtfi. Dear Sir i Yon hare been engaged for the Tear naat in exporting American Wooli to venous market! in Great Britain, and mutt hare acquired much valuable information respecting the manner In which our wool ahould be prepar. ed rnr those markela. Such Information ia mucli wanted bv our farmera and wool deslers; for ilia evident that wool it to be henceforth an important article of exportation from the United Butcs. Allow ut, then, to inquire, whether you will not do ua the favor to write out your impressions for me journal oi commerce. We are, air, your ob't aervantt. IIali & Hallock Hamilton Gay, Eaq , G3 South-street. New York, May lCth, 1840. Messrs. Kale & Hallock. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 June 1846

k kwfe. .immam'M3 'A... .m 11 mu o nt & JTamtlji Navspapci:, EDcuotc b ta Politics, $omc Snfoustrji, Nctus, dcjrtat Hurt ano (lateral Sntc lliigcncc. VOLUME XII. URATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, JUNE ISj I84C. NUMBER. 4'3. PUBLISHED EVKRV THURSDAY BY W.tt. E. KYTHEK. 0FFICE---X. 2 WHEELER'S STOXE BUILDIXU. Tim To cingla lulneribcrs, $'i,00 a year. To Com. paniei, and to ttioae who pa In advance, a liberal discount Drill be made. Business dards. GouhrcIov Sc smovueu nt anto, nUJITTLEBORO, VT. tTj- Office, nl the corner or Main and High Sit, over the Bookstore Business attended to in the counties ol Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Mass. Ilraltleboro, Dee. 30, 1843. Cm ID lilOKINSON, DAY & CO. DRALCKS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods ; CHINA, CHOCKEIIYANI) GLASS AVAIIU; J 3niH Eifarr, (Sromfrs, &c. (is all TUEIK TARlcriCI,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Z. Dieaiiaos, cMpaVT'S BftATTLEBORO. E. W. PROUTY, AGEIJT For Adams' Worcester Bye House. Braltleboro, April 1C, 1845. 34 E. HART, FASHIONABLE T...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 June 1846

TWESTV-MMH CONGRESS. Monday, Juno 8, SENATE. Mr Louis from tho Finance com Vniltee, rcporteJ (ho Sub Treasury Dill. A supple ment to the War bill was reported and lies over till to-morrow. Tho resolution of Mr Hannegan to "adjourn on tlio BOth was taken up, discussed and postponed till Monday. A message was receited from lbs President in reply to a resolution making, inquiry in rcnlv to Onirics and Scott. lie says the former did call out troops without orders, lie sends letters of Scott to the War Department, from which it appears that the i -resilient veruauy tout cscotl 10 go to tlio 1U0 Grande. General Scott not leaving, tho Secretary of War inquired, why not ? Scott replied, because he was not ordered off officially. Besides, he was too old a soldier to get an enemy in front wmlo an enemy was at his back here. The I'rcsidenl, through tho Secretary of War, communicated that lio could not expect him to go. Scott explains that iuetencmy is not theirs, but as he has reason to be lie...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 June 1846

VERMONT PIKENIX, The Washington correipondenl or the Mew York Jour ml ot Commerce, wrllfi under date or Saturday, G 12 t. j Lt. WonI, tearc t of itf jutehM, hai Jual arrived from Vera Croi, and atateii tint the reign o( Paredci la orer." The Oregon luttion Settled. The itttlcrneot ol the Oregon qutt tion, on Mr raVcnhau'a propoted baiii, haa been advfied by the Senate, and the VrtU j(P(wilI no doubt forthwith enter into a treat with Great Cndio oa the terms oflerH. The tote waa tiVen on Fridar afternoon- there were thirty eight tym to twelva naja. Mr Corm tbienlfrom aickooti. MrBvrowand Mr Crittenden absent in Virginia. A fourth Whig vote coold hare been ob tuned If it had been neceaaarj, Mr Atchlnton didaot tote, and Mr Bnjbtwis absent, Correppondenee of the Philadelphia North American WaiiUflfiToir, Jane 12. The termi before the Senate, though not in form, are eubaUn lull? the ultimatum of the British ministry. They were not put ii ifupe. because Sir Robert Trel did not desire to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 June 1846

law i 4 LINES Written on tin' death nf Miss fletsey KotT, who die J r nnilolph, Man., Oct. 9, 1345, Sed SO yesrs, 8 months, and S3 dsye, formerly of Dummeriton, Vt. The eironrn. slsnees of he r death ere briefly these i In April, the went to trill her Mends In It.; In Slot, the returned to D. with her brother, on a t isit to her mother. Bidding her friends adieuyea, adieu for the leat time the returned to R., where, In Hie space of two week a, Death gratped ner lais ana lovely lorn, and laid it In the grate. Altai alaa! and la It ao I , And hat diteato' retitlleia lnod, ', Laid in the ailent tomb .' . A doner ao lair, to bland I Mournful to tell that thou Hist gone to thy eternal home, ' Where sickness, ,,riel, and sorrdsr Hsvo no leave to come. Beteey ! thou wert mild and gentle, ' " Lotcly at the aurnmer flowert, 'Pleasant at the airrfeteninj, ' When It floata amon the bowers, . -Yesrs ehall flow In fond remembrance, ' W pot one that hat broke thit earthly tie ' . ,We are taught b...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 June 1846

& iomiln Ni:uspapa lUcuolc b to politics, C)omc Snbustvn, News, S,cjricn Ituvc ano (General 3ntc Uigcncf . VOLUME XII. IIRATTjLEBORQ, THURSDAY, JUNE 35, 18Jti. NUMBER 44. rUBLIBIICD UVERV TMUHSDAY BY Witt. E. KYTHEK. officeno. i wheelek-s sto.e bdiidixu. Turns. To single subscribers, ,,00 a year. Tty Com pvnies, anil to those who psy in advance, a, liberal discount lll be made. Business ?ards. Jsiiiv.Mien KMiuaasvMt, (Soitiwclov SUtovuci? nt&nto, nu.tTTLF.nono. FT. KJ- Office, at the corner of Main and High Sis, Business attended to iu the counties of Cheshire, N. 11., and Franklin. Mass. Urattleboro, Dee. 30, 1813. CmlO DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DHALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods; CHINA, CROCKEItV AND CLASS WARE; : Ham K'nrc, crrotrrtrs, set. (IS ALL T1IIIH TiniETItl,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Z. DiCKisrsov, 5 &"'aD?i4.r,J B BATTLEBOBO. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D,, Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Urattleboro, Vt. E. W. PROUTY, AOEHT For Adams' Worces...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 June 1846

Arrival of (lie Culctlunia. The Steamer Caledonia arrived at Boston at 1.2 pasl 1 o'clock, on Thursday, luring left Liverpool on tlio 4ih insl., and bringing fire days later dates from Llutonc. The news is Tcry dull and unimportant. It is slated that flcn. Armstrong, our Consul at Liver pool, who came passenger in the Great Western, brought an offer from tlio British to tlio American Oorernment in relation to the Oregon question. It will he recollected hy your readers that the 'oiler' or proffer of a treaty was sent to the Senate heforo (he arrival ofthat steamer. Among the reports on the stock Kxehango in London was one that the United States had asked the intervention of England in the dispute with Mexico I It is also stated, probably with equal truth, that England has offered to mediate and that instructions to that effect would he sent out by the Caledonia. A large French natal force is to bo sent to the Gulf of Mexico, to watch operations and protect French properly. TheOierlan...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 June 1846

in 'west's lflssftaMt'l.TYr from lA Qwitee Mtrcunj of Siturdttj, IttC. AWFUL CALAMITY. i luuiWL loss or j r wwb It )n gtn piVmrtl the A.inijjMy lo afflict our ilreadj '''J'i'uightai ten nVlilt, fin hruke out In the Theatre RotiI St- Iw 81m-1, (tormrrly the Hiding Hchoul,) it iVcIiiar nflr MarrHkm s exhibit..!. ofliU Chemical Dio niiiu iron lh ml ntnlion f have been abttf to (Iran, a ( aiiipliine Lmnj) nfirwl, -rum somf came or olUf, iiiO tin it.ige t one' tifcmiir enrrtupit in llantrn, fht Ikmisp had befit IctiM'Iy crowded, but ioiho had fur lunnicH krt it fore tin' accitleiil. A Tnitli waa at once made to th Uircaw leading frmii f bo xr n, by tliote w It", in ttin fxaitcincni ofthe moment, f,,rjiit Hie other nait (( "ti Rre. ' i in inctt'diblo shuit p.trti uf time the whole of the In u,Mt ul the building was vnrt loped in one iUtt of flame, nen w i reelt'd platfunu covering the ptl, and cuntmtmi. rjimp it each end with the atage and buxea, lavored the prCrnof the fhinea 1t writer u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 June 1846

.agricultural Department, Hoes ill (lie United States. Tho immense) production of hogs in the United State, and (ho heavy IroJe m them at Cincinnati, demand something more than i mero superficial view oftlie transactions, at one point, in order to understand the magnitude anil the relations ol tno trade. We can furnish the commercial reader with omo statistical Tacts, which will serve as landmarks in taking a broad view ol the aubject. In tho tear 1839, there were in the U. Slates, I all, 30,001,003 hogs. Of this number moro than one half wero in eight States, viz: Tennessee had 2,lWrt,G07 S,310,r.3J 2,099,74(1 1,023,003 1,19 l,!K I 1,271,101 1,001,201 1,123,873 Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, ' Illinois, Missouri, Mississippi, Alabama, Total, 1 1,150,953 Tho States of Virginia, New York, North Caro lina, each hate more hors than Illinois and .Mis. souri ; but wc have taken the States of the west and the south-uest together to show tho result. Now, we want In draw two or three inferences f...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 July 1846

hixn 01 JFamihi Newspaper, JDcuotc b to politico, C)omc 3nbnstvn, News, SVgricn Iturc ano (G&cnci-al 3ntc lltcjcncc VOLUME XII. MCATTL.13JSOIIO, THURSDAY, JUL.Y 2, IS4C. NUMBER 45. rUDLlSHED EVERY THURSDAY DY Will. E. ItY'THUIS. 0 F F I C E 'o. 1 WHEELER'S STO.VE BUILDIXli. Ttnsis. To singlo subscriber!, $'J,00 a year. To Com panioa, and to those who pay in advance, a liberal discount will be made. Business Cards. JElfllMKO KIItKJL.l.VJD, CouHtfcloc $c Slttovuci? at 7Ln BXIATTLBBORO, VT. tCJ Office, at the corner or Main anil High Sla, over tho uonkstore. Business attended to in the counties of Cheshire, N, it , r. I. it t ' DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DF.ALEHb IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods ; CHINA, cnociCERY AM) GLASS WAUU 5 &nra il;nrc, Groceries, Set. (IS ALL THEIR VARIETIES,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Z tIC Kl 105, S;V'? BRATTLBBORO. Albk Cms. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D,, Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Drattleboro, Vt. E. W. PROUTY, AGENT For Adams' Worces...

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

3 TWENTY-NINTH CONCRESS. Monday, Juno 22. SENATE. The Hon. Josepli Cilley, or New Hampshire, appeared, was qualified, and took his seat. A resolution, offered by Mr Cots, calling on the President for information ns to what progress had been made in the survey or the mineral land;, was adopted, Mr Berrien introduced a bill Tor the distribution of the laws ol tho United Slates among the. several Slates of the Union, which was read a second time, and referred. A message was received from the House, an nouncing the decease of the Honorable Richard 1'. Derrick, a member of that body from New York, and inviting the Senate to attend I lie funeral of I lie deceased, Mr Dix arose, and, in a chaste, eloquent, feeling, and appropriate speech, announced to tho Senate the sterling virtues and excellent qualities of Mr Herrick, both as a private and a public man and submitted resolutions of mourning, for the Senate to adjourn, and to attend the funeral of the deceased, tomorrow, at 12 o'clock. Th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
x
Loading...
x
x