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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 July 1846

. .affin la.; WriSrTasie 'I-.. SERV1SQ A SUBFIEiVA ) on; Love vs. Law. It is singular what shifts lute will make to accooi plisli ils objects. Dolls, gates, and bus, nre of little anil against Cupid' pick-lock contrivances his cunning will devise ways and means tn open them all. A joung gentleman had courted a ftir lailyjif this city, and it was supposed the two, in clue lime, would becomo "one flesh." Some little quarrel of a trivial nature, as lovers' quarrels generally are, occurred. Neither would confess the wronr on their side presents and correspondence wero tint- many seni uacK and tlio match was broken oil. The young gentleman immediately started for New Orleans, to enter into a commercial business, think ing that distance would lessen tlio attachment ho really felt for the young lady. When a woman is injured, or thinks she is in jured, by the ono she loves, ahe Is more apt than the malo sex to "bilo off her own nose," as the say ing is, to inflict pain and be revenged on th...

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

Agricultural Department. Dairy in Harm Tho Barrc l'alriot gives the following account of the dairy of Mr Harrison Bacon of that town : His ilairy consists of 31 cows, 21 of which aro grade Durhams, anJ tho remaining 10, natives. Wo arrived at Sir Bacon's yard at tho evening milking, and such enormous and distended udders were carried by !27 of the 31 animals, it was never our pleasure before to behold. The build of the cows, lorm oi tneir necus, neaas, limns, ate. fic. approached the nearest in every particular, to what commutes the peculiar characteristics of good milkers, as described by Col, Jaques in an artir.lo we published last winter, wo lute ever seen. We saw the cows milked, and our expectations, from what we saw of them, were morn than realized in rezard to tho quantity of milk they cave. Twenty. two or three of them gave each otor a twelve quart nail full, and many ot them nearly a pail and a hair. It did not occur to us to weigh the milk of those which cave tue most till...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 July 1846

11 ciin out ISf L 2i jfamiln Kcujspapcr, EEkuotc i) to Politics, )omc 3nlmstqi, Ncius, CJVcjvicn Ituvc anb (Scucval 3ntf llirjcncc. VOjLUME XII. B K A TTIjERORO, THURSDAY, JULY , 1846. NUMBER 4G. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY WJI, 13. IIYTIIEK. 0FFIIlE--.No. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BUILDIMJ. TiBMi. To tingle a ub scribe ri, t$',i,0Q a year. To Com panieir, and to those who pay in advance, a liberal dii count will be made. Business Cards. Couueclov Slttonua at 7i.to, BRATTLEUORO, VT. Ij Office, st the coiner of Main and High Sis, over the Bookstore Business attended to in the counties ol Cheshire, N. I!., and Franklin, Mrs. Brattleboro, Dee. SO, 1843. Cml9 DICKINSON, DAY & CO. D H A t. Kits IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods 5 china, cnocicnnv and glass waiii:; Jijnvti W'arr, Clrocrrfts, at. (11 ALL Tlltlfl VARIETIES,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Ai.Tii., BRATTLEBORO. CllAJ B. DAT J ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D,, llonieopiitliic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattleboro, Vt. E. W. PROUTY, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 July 1846

lito .iCkiioivlcdge the obligations ruling upon her and to observe taose obligations by hcrcofler doing Vis no inlosticc. But it became us, it accmeil to Mr ebslcr, now to ortct to Mexico a formal embassy. The contest that was going on bcUveen us, nil the world knew a be a very unequal one, anil in tendering n peace ful proposition lo her, wo did not demean ourseltcs to her, or stoop to lier. We could afford lo do Ibis, and wcreurc to lose nothing by it, and if such an embasj1?Suld not be received in the spirit with wfricli iwvafseiil, upon the head of Mexico would test allTlconscqueucea of a war, which il would then become us liyujosccute with all the vigor due to the reMsalto accept a proffered pcice. Cor. N. Y. Express. TWKMY-MMII COXMUiSS. Saturday, June '.17. SENATE. Nothing of public interest occurred but a spirited discus-don on a proposition from the House, granting public laud in Washington for the great national Monument lo Washington. Mr lJenton opposed il, as a scheme fo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 July 1846

Wee.!,., t M'indlinm Comity Whig Convention. Agreeably to tlio oil ol the Committee, lh hig or I lie county or Windham assembled in Convention, at the Coutl House, III Newfane.onTuesday, theSOth clay o( June last. The Convention was called to order al io o'clock, by S, P. Thompson Esq., Chairman of I,. Chairman o( , the Counlv Committer, and organized ly the choice of the Hon. Samuel Cla.k, Chairman, and John W. I Moore, Secretary pin tempore. J On motion of lion. I'hincas White, nf Putney, the Secretary was dirertr.1 to call over the namea of the tnH.ni I., KI..I..I..L..I I..- .I.-..!- I- taining lioiv many, nml which if the towns had com plied with the recommendation of the County Com mittee, in til. mains; a fixed number ol Di-legaiea, bas cd on the vi.tea nl'lhe puny, last year. The towns nf Bralllebiirii, Dnmmeraton, Halifax, Guilford, Newfani-, Putney, IWkingham, Tmvns liend, and Vernon, answered that they had selected Delegate! in occ.ord.ince with the wishes of the Com mitle...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 July 1846

'MVis.Wi".'ii .tlgriculltiral Department. Time for Cutting Grass. The best time for culling cloier is generally con sidered that uhcnsomeuf the heads, say about one third, begin to turn brown. Ab to herds grass, there are various opinions. Some prefer cutting when it is in blos.om, others when the teed is fully grown, ami some prefer lining the seed nearly ripe. It was the opinion of our forefathers, that herds grass should be cut when in blossom, and many farmers think that we cannot improve upon this rule; and wo find that many writers on agriculture adhere to it strenuousl) as being perfectly correct. When n boy we learned this principle laid down as infallible in tlio liajiiijj system, and we practis ed upon. Wo cut the best lot of herds grass, with a small portion of clover and red top, when in blos som, for ojen in spring, as the best of hay w as in tended for this purpose. Uut when we thought and examined for ourselves, we found that hay from grass cut thus early was rather l...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 July 1846

1 X . aa '' 51 Jfamiln Newspaper, itfeuote i) to politics, C)omc 3ntmstrn, News, 2lflr.cn Ituvc cmi) (cucral 3ntc Uigcncc. VOLUME XII. IIRATTIiEBORO, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1840 NUMBER 47. rUBMBHED EVERY THURSDAY II Y Will, E. ItYTIIKi;. 0 F F I C E o. 1 WHEELER'S STOXE BUILDLMJ. Ttiuis. To single subscribers, $"i,00 a year. To Com panirs, and to those who pay In advance, a liberal dia-ount will be made. Poclrji. Tha incident related in the following linea occurred in ie2l, on on ol the Green Mountaina in Vermont. The mother waa a Mra. IJIske, whose child waa preserved In the manner described, Thia la one of the popular songs sung by the Hutchinson Patnily, aet to muaie by Mr Heath. The cold wind awrpt the mountain height, And pathless waa the dreary wild And 'mid the cheerlesa hours of night A mother wandered with her child. Aa thruugh the drifting enow she pressed! The babe waa sleeping on her breaat. And colder atill the winds did blow, And darker hours of night came on, And deeper g...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 July 1846

unite, and, heart la heart and hand in hand, la bor with lusty sinew and ceaseles energy, until the Constitbttos and Ukivehsai. LinERrt (hall be acknowledged of all men. Oood friends for whom wo can vouch, who know Hi, and who hne stood by us from the beginning, will eondnctthe True American while we are away. They will be trammelled in nothing. No position taken by us, or necessary to be taken by them, in behalf of freedom, will they abandon or hesitate to assume. For the right, for justice, for universal liberty, they will plead as strongly and fearlessly as over I Our paper is felt in this State, in Eaatern Tennessee, in the mountains of Virginia and North Carolina. Let the reader glance at his map, and nee what an inroad would be made upon slavery if the people of this large region were roused against it 1 That thry can be that in our own humble way we are hastening on this result, we knote. Not for ourselves, then, but for the cause, do wo -k the friends of freedom to sustain t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 July 1846

Farm Work for Julv. Tho wet weather in tlio latter part of June was of immense imparlance lo grass fields. Hy lis long mitiiiuaticc liy makinir commences later tlinn iiMin) nuil lint much will ! nccnmplislicd till this tnurth ilojl of July h eiilirfty passed. Or.'s u far the most iini(iti.nit article with the I inner, ami all classes ol people complain when there is a real scarcity in the country. Ilnttcr is dear, beef and multun arc clear, milk and cream arc not to be used, and farm stock Manes for want ,,fnrouer sustenance. H hen the corn and grain crops f.nl we can nb- , in supplies trom Missouri, Michigan, or Egypt, uhcre Jacob tent to feed his famished household, -but grass mid hay cannot lit easily transported tlnec or four thousand miles, and cattle often starvo u death when largo districts fail of yielding the ciiioiniry quantity of fodder. Miking hay will be the main business of this month, yet the corn and potato fields will require ..nine attention. The third hoeing of co...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 July 1846

Agricultural Department. A New Hint to the Orcliardlsts. Wo codv anarl of an article from llie Gardener's Chronicle, as quoted in the December number of tiovey a flisgaziuc ui nuiiimiiuiu iniucr mu ucnu of "Summer Pruning of Apple Trees." The wri ter had referenco to the email dwarf trees in oar dens, but his direction will apply equally well to the big trees of the orchard. All that is necessary, soya tho writer, to insure abundant fruit, is to prac tice, diligently the August slopping, This consists in breaking or cutting oil at that season Irom three, to four inches of every summer shoot, and then in mid-winter, cutting back two thirds or one half more ol such shoots so as to reduce I lie in to me Icnntli of four to six inches, The effect of this system is to prevent the sap of the trees from expending itsclnn the over-lengthen-ing of branches. The end of tho summer shoots being broken off, the sap is arrested in its onward course, and forced into lateral channels. Those lateral ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 July 1846

WWWpWBHilll,,ll;WMIliMl MsVHrv JJhixmx 51 Jmntly Newspaper, EOcuotc b la politico, omc 3uoit3tqjt News, QVaricu IUivjc cmi) (lateral lligcna. VOLUME XII. BRATTIiEBOKO, THURSDAY, JUjLY 33, 1846. NUMBER 48. iiiiwww;v PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Will. 13. ltYTHRK. OFFICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S STOXE BEILDIXD. Tints. To .ingle ulcriber, $'1,00 ye it. To Com. pinie., .nd to tho.e who p.y in advance, i liberal dl.'ount will be made. Business Cards. eromiHcrlot $c SMontca ntftab), VllATTLEBOJlO, VT. Itj- Office, at the corner of Main and High Sis, over (he Bookstore Business attended to in tlio counties ol Cheshire, N. I!., and Franklin, Man. Brattlcboro, Dee. SO, 1845. CmlO DICKINSON, DAY & CO. DEALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods 5 CHINA, CHOCKEItY AND GLASS WAKE 1 jljnrJj SLtarr, (KroecrttB, Set. (IS ILL TIIIIB vartikvit.,) 4 GRANITE HOW, Z. Dickinson, ) ch""!d?"'S brattlbboro. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D,, Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattlcboro, Vt. E. W. P...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 July 1846

the recital of Tlieophilu. The latter had told his itoij in a toue of idnes, the Bishop himself ap peared somewhat discomposed! and it was observed that others present had been powerfully affected, so that an unusual soberness pervaded tho whole as scmblj. This tonsion of feeling was in some meas ure relieved, when Thcoplulus again resumed : M hate, therefore, adopted the standing rule, crcn at the risk ol being regarded as illiterate and un polished, to be careful of what I say in a company of strangers, so as not to expose myself to a perplex ing dilemma, similar to that into which the talks tire lawyer had fallen, and the cousequences of which were so fittingly impressed upon tha poor student at It .' 'And yet,' replied the Dishop, with a smile, his cheerful nature again prevailing, 'you here eren now, and in the grossest manner, violated your standing rule I The ring it coming, my dear candi date I for, let me imfarm you, that the talkatitv lawyer, who by his presumption! vanity...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 July 1846

2 IMH'i"li,' W' I'sfraWiasa, . -5 " From Me Nantucket Mirror. Awful Conflagration. tise-TAiril 0 Nanturkel in lluinsl About 81,000,' 000 of Property Dcstrouedll About tt o'cl.ick, n Monday night, Ihe mmt des- tractive nre mat ever nee uf red 111 int. puce, broke out. It wss first discovered In the hat (tore of Wm. II. Oearv, from whence il diverged with a rapidity that appalled Ihe slouUMt hearts. Buildings were bl.iivn up, but the fiery elcmenta seemed to hare ealnn ihe ascendsney, and for hours it appeared althuuoh oil human efliirt. in !,,, ih destructive progress w iu!d prove futile. A scene of aeviiMwun mecis ins rvi-, mat ueggars description. .-..j pv.ixfiia iwi uiirir III. The town presents a scene of devastation tint Ian gusge cannot describe. The whole square of build ings boundej by Main, Centre, Broad and Federal stieels is in ruins, and nearly all the buildings oppoiile those which formed the Squire. Trinitr church la al so uurni. ah tne Duitdings on worth Water street a...

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 July 1846

Agricultural Department Currant Duties. Mr TMitnr Havinir noticed that currant bmliei 'may aj well bo made trees at shrubs, I conclude to tell you how I bare accn it done, tn the spring of 1831 mv father commenced a garden, and among other things set cuttings for currant bushes. I do termined to make an experiment on one of these cuttings, and as soon as it grew, I pinched off all the leaves, except the top tuft, which I left to grow. The cutting was about 14 inches long, and during the summer, the siirout from the top of this crew perhaps 10 Inches. The next spring I pinched off all the learcs to about nan way up mo tirst year a growth, so as to leare the lower limbs about two leet Irom the ground, it nrancncu wen, aim be came a handsome little dwarf tree. When it came to bear fruit, it was more productive than any oth er bush in the garden, and llio fruit larger. It was less infested with spiders and other insects ; hens cannot pick off the fruit, when used in this way. urass and ...

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 July 1846

Derm out Jj hantiv. Si JFamiln Kcwspapcr, JDcuotc b to Politics, $omc Jnbnstrji, News, 5U,ricn Uurc ano (cncral 3utc licence. VOLUME XII. I5RATTL.EJ50RO, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1846. NUMBER 49. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MT win. ij. nvxiiUK. OFFICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BUILDIM). Turns. To .ingle subscribers, $a,00 ;tir. To Com. pimes, and to thoao who pay in advance, a liberal discount will be wade. Jpoctrji. A Dirge for the Beautiful. BY O. ELLEN GOODMAK. Tube, "Oh lid mt not ued him," By J. M. Esrr. Softly, peicefully, ' ' Liy het to trit; Flier llie turf lightly On her young brent ; Gently, lolemnly, Brnd o'er the bed Where ye bate pillowed Thu. early her head. riant a young willow Close by her grave ; Let iu long branehe. Soothingly wave; Twine a awret roie-tree Over the tomb; Sprinkle freah bud. there Beiuty and bloom. Let a bright fountain, Limpid and clear, Murmur it. mu.io, Smile through a teir Scatter it. di.moud. . Where the loved He. j. Brilliant and .tarry, Like angeli eye.. j...

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 July 1846

TffKNTY-NlNTH COXCR.iSS. Monday, July SO. BEN ATE. A motion W take up the Sub Trcaa Cry bill was discussed by several Senators, and fi nally negatived. The Kivcr nnd Harbor Bill from the Homo was discussed at some length by various Senators. Tlio bill was passed, and will liave to go back to the House, on account of the Senate's alterations writ. The bill to reduce tho Tariff war taken up, and Mr Niles of Conn., addressed the Senate in oppo sition to the bill, and denounced it as an extreme measure of (tattling principles, and one that would bring ruin on the heads of his constituents. He believed that the bill would pr.ss, but thai it would pass against the judgment of a majority of the Sen ate, lie went into the details ol the bill, and point ed out objections which could not receive his coun tenance or support. HOUSE. Mr King, of Geo., stated tho reasons for his absenco when the vote on llio Tariff bill was taken j he did not dodge tho question, but was de tained by sickness, He ...

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 July 1846

- A mnmtifmmtffftHft iuin, Wan; H$nM$ ifHWimp..ii.,ii WfjUjirSji' Correspondence of the Express. Waiiiinoton, July 27, 1810. SENATE. Important proceedings on (lie Tariff Hill. The Vice President liiil before the Senate a com miinicntioti mi Mr Iliyivood'i resigning his sett as Senator from Norlli Carolina. On motion of Mr Webster, in the uluence nf Mr Mangum, it was or. aered that the Vice President notify tho Uieculirc of North Carolina of Mr Haywood's resignation. Mr Cameron presented the proceedings of a De mocratic meeting in Pennsylrania against the repeal of the TarifT, over which the President of the Balti more Convention (which nominated President Polk) presided, at which he declared, that tha Convention was not opposed to the Tariff of 1842, and if it had been known that Mr Polk had been opposed to it, It would not hare been nominated. On motion of Mr Lewis, the Tariff hill was tak en up at 11 o'clock. Mr Webster resumed his re marks, and commenced by alluding to tho rcsig-...

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 July 1846

I agricultural Department. Raising Crnnbrrrics. I first commenced tho experiment of tho culluro of the cranberry omo eight years sinco, by trnns plantinir tho plants in hoir wild state, on to upland Ln r . eln.ev nature. After harvesting a. crop of potatoes 1 prepared the soil ns for sowing grain, by ploughing and harrowing, then marked it out lightly'in drills, 18 or SO Inches apart. The fol lowing spring I perceived that not moro than two or three hundred had turrit cd. I then filled the vacancies bv transplanting as before. In tho fall I found I had been no more successful than in the previous spring. Upon an examination of those first planted, I found many young plants shooting up from their roots. With theso I filled up the vacancies, and found them all to survive. An abundant proof that they will become naturalized to a dry soil, and require no more troublo in the raising, than the strawberry, or any other plant. I havo since made experiments on different coils, and find that ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 August 1846

' '""SSL! WSI 4 ., ,, & JTamiln Newspaper, Dcuote it to Polities, Qomc JfnouBtrn, Ncius, Vgueu Uurc anl) (Dcncrctt 3ntc llijgcncc. VOLUME XII. BRATTL.EI50RO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 184 (i. NUMBER SO. PCBMSIIED EVERY THURSDAY BY W3I. E. KYTIIEK. OFFICE Xo. z WHEELER'S SIOXE BCIIDIXG. Tisss To single subscribed, .'i,00 t year. To Com. oir.ieg, and lo those who pay in advance, a liberal discount w ni b made Business Cards. xjanunn JzimaLa.xn, Couuoclov $c Stttovucjj nt 2Lnto, MUTTLEBOnO, VT. D3 Office, at the corner of Main and High Sta, ver the Bookstore Business alte nded to in the counties of Cheshire, N. II., and Franklin, Mass. Crattlcboro, Dee. 30, 1845. 6mt0 DICKIXSOy, DAY & CO. DEALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods ; CHINA, CKOCKEIIY AND GLASS WAKE ; 2nrS iCarr, Grotcrfrs, Set. (I ALL TMLtK VAKIZnEa,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Z Dicsis'so. ) BRATTLEBORO. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M, D,, Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattleboro, Vt. E. W. PROUTY, AGENT Tor A...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 August 1846

TWENTY-NIMH CONMtESS. Tuesday, Jul 23. SENAT1J. Mr Ashley, from tho Judiciary Commitico, reported a bill extending the criminal laws of the United Slatca over the Indian tern- "Messrs. Denton, Mingum, Nilcs, Bagby, Her. rien, Crittenden and Archer all boro tho highest testimony tn tho character of Mr Haywood, nnd iho noble, high and pttro motire which induced his resignation. They also expressed the strongest abhorrence and indignation at tho infamous out rage which they said bad been prcpetrated by the organ of the administration, in Ins attacks upon his character and motives. The Committee nn Finance reported back tho bifl to reduce ihcTarilT, without amendment, and risked to be discharged from the instructions as not cd yesterday. Mr Kvans, as a member of tho Committee, did not assent, and hoped tho Committee would give some reason fur making such request. Mr Lewis replied that one reason was a want of tini: to make a new bill, and that the instructions were so unintelligible tha...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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