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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 October 1845

minoncyofthe imponilitiff danffor would ncem to call for a. decided expression of iho General As sembly on this subject ,. I have reccWod from tlio Corresponding Secre tary of the American Peaco Society a communica tion on the subject of Peace, with a request that I would lay 11 bolore tbo General Assembly. In compliance, I sond herewith copies of tne com munication for your consideration. This 'roqiiest appears to bo part of n (jcnoral movement '.l''!lt society toimprcss upon the rulers of States andNa tiona tlio duty of reconsidering the question or war, us it stands connected with the temporal and spir itual interests of men, and to inculcate tlio import ance and practicability of superseding its supposed necessity, by the principle-of; Arbitration, applied to nations as it now is to individuals. It would seem necessary to do litllo moro than to announce this object, to secure for it the favora ble consideration or tlio rulers of every Christian people. AVar U tho greatest of all...

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. — 16 October 1845

' NOTICE. HENRY 13 HAM rcspvctfully inform! Mi former customer. Unit therein cat thIr ijtrmeitU cut nnd mado .1 tho old land opposite tTio Brtfk Church. Slain st. Montpullor, in the lesttnannrr niifl talttt faahhn fit si ort nolicn. Persons wishing to learn llio nnd inr.st approved rule fur cutting garments in picuso rn atm examine isnnm's ruio ior cutting, which cannot (all to recommend itself ns it U suporior to any thing now In existence IWXItY TSHAM, I1UUUAUU W. LUCE Oct. 15. TO THE GENTLEMEN. It. It. ltlKKIt, DttAPIIll Si TAII.OU, statu htrekt, Tl TOST respectfully informs his cusinmeia tlial ho lias return 01 lil from Now York with tho l.nloit Fall St Winter Fash Ion.. Gentlemen wishing f'r a gto, nnd fn.iiionahlo gatmrnt, will find nt liln shop a good ossortmcnl c,f Broad Cloths Cnssl mores, nnd Vo.tln,., whlrli will (in toll choap fircaah. Dilll cd Eyed Needles of good quality, Tailor's Measures. All gar ments rut nt Mi shop watunttil to lit. Oct. 10, 181.1. 35 WILLIAM HOYLE...

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. — 16 October 1845

.-whlch.pronilao.a.ruturn. of-pecuniary profit.lmt what nro such Investments, in comparison with those which, dn the process of educating a com munity to virtuo and intelligence, infuse into it the great and indispensable elements of Bolid and en during prosperity. I commend this whole subject to your earnest consideration, under a full persuasion that an awa kened anil greatly advanced public sentitnciii respond a hearty approval to your favorable action on it. I cannot leave- tho mibjcct of common schools, without devoting a few moments attention to what is familiarly denominated "tho School ! und. .' Tho foundation ofthis fund was laid in 1825, when tho General Assembly passed an act sequestering and granting to the respective towns m the State, for. tho lienclit of common schools, tho amount of the avails, accrued, and thereafter to accrue, to tho Stato, fiom tho Vermont Stato Bank, nnd also the amount of tho State funds accruing from the six per cent, on tho nott prpfits of tho...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 October 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN fc JOURNAL. TKItMS 81 AO cwh In oivnneot $3 0-) If piytnont Is not moOo In advance Intereit nlwajm charged from tno ud of tlio yean THE LEGISLATURE. WtDNEsnAr, Oct. 15. Prayer by ttio Clmplain. Petitions presented. By Mr Sabin, ofC R Wil kins nnd 130 others or Colchester; by Mr Billings, of II II Griffin ninl 38 others of Crnftsbury : by Mr .1 Barrett, of Sidney H Hates anil 150 others of iJnrtland ; uy Jlr Marshall, ol Jomi Nichols una 20 otbera of Guildliall nil rcli'rrcd to the commit tee on Education. Bills introduce!. By Mr Woodbridgo, repealing tbo 37th bection of chapter 25 of II. S. and cm powering tlio Supremo Court to direct how excep tions to tlio opinion of tlio County Court, on any question of law which may arise at the trial of any canso decided by tho County Court, shall bo sign ed, nnd bv ttbat time the exceptions shall be filed. nnd to impose terms on tho party who shall tako tho exceptions in caso of ne...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 October 1845

'WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. it. r. wai.ton, Jn., nniTott. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1815, TIIE LEGISLATURE. MondaY) Oct. 20 SENATE. tfpftlfAw lit ttin T?rttT Yf rmtittirva. ihi;r,n wmu,! itu Mi- itrnii cw of Uaviu Friiiip.li mt.i ISA mhnra nf Williston; referred to tlio nrs ititiltlnn mi l1nttfit mil. lint ivmrW. TTr Sab In from tlio commitlco on Education, providing r 1,10 improvement of COIlllllOtl SCllOOlS. JViroauill Biuiun iiiut uiu uni wn HiilKtnmlniiv like that nf Inst year, nnd moved that it ho laid on the tablo without reading, nnd yCO eopit-s bo ordered to bo printed ; carried. 1U s ivtroducid. By Mr Bradley, amending the charter of tho Burlington Mill Company; rolorrcil lo tile 'committeo on Manufactures. Hy Mr J Bar rett, so amending chapter 7-1 of It S, ns to mnko it the duly of justices on application, in proper form, of any'individualj to rcquiro from pcdlers tho pro duction of their licenses ; referred to tho Judiciary committee. Resolution. Dv Mr Hodges, assigning...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 October 1845

n sliort tlmo Blnco larfro trees, r century old, whose trunks wcro imbcililcil in tlio soil, wcro crowing tiputi the sput. Probably this minial iro Ilcrculn. ..cum wliilo"tccmli)r "itli Mo nnil Imliistry" was buried in the earth longtiuo by nlulo from tho el ovations in its neighborhood. .Manelusttr Jim. IIOSTON MAItKnr, Sstuiusr Arttnsonx, Oct. 18. Frorl.lon.-Tlin malkit Is (Inn and prices fully sustained I In Lard Ihero Is some advance I sales or 15)li'ils now inwi Hrernl RIO, 0OI.1ilnprlneP"liSII !0t) do clear do, nt 814 114 a 13, cash, anil 15 I 1,5 mo.. 400kes Lnrd nil)., 0 nrni 50 kegs and BMi'ds ill. 8 3 le, 4 tnol. Flour Some iatel of llcncsca at So 7.1 a PI. . MAKltlT:i, In Norlhfield, Oct. 14, by Hot. Mr Cits-jell. rtlcl.srJ T. . Cull, cfLJcn, to .Ml.. Francis Maria, fifth dmjlitcrof Mr. DinlslBte. icns of N i)ii:i. In rny.lo,,, Oct. 0. Mr. William Wheotor, d i 51. In lliuesbunjli, Oct. 8. Mahal Amira, wlfo of Jnmos Lee l.J mnn. Preceptor of llliusburijh Academy, and daugh...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 October 1845

VAN flUREMSM ON -A NATIONAL DANK. Tho Albany Evening Journal collates from Mo lXenzio's Hoyt nnil llutidr Cotrcsponilciico Hie rol lowlne paeeftgos, Bliowing that It was not a N ation al Dank that tho Safety Fund Democracy objected to. but tht Dank, which was not In their power. Could they have had tho distribution ot tho stock of a Now one, thoy would havo been na ;ood Dank ml ilm iinnk as " Democratic" nn institution rniild wish. At length, thoy enrried the matter so far that they had to g6 nil lengths, oven to tho Sub Treasury, but it was no part or llioir original intention. Tho Journal's first citation is from the distinguished financier and saint of" Sjitv dy Hill notoriety. In tho midst of tho tornado that was caused by tho removal of tho Dcpositcs, ho writes as follows I . . . 0 , WASHING"'"'' Fcu- 18J1 As for myself I havo nawr ''fJ ''e pmcnl Bank ought to le if nJT 'i' ? ?, 'j cr hand, I havo never Wen P"')' nd t 'aJ wo could get on with tho business of tho country without...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 October 1845

VERMONT WATCH MAN PUN to 3 JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1815. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 50.--WIIOLE NO. 2037. 431 O JL A J ATCIIMAN & JOURNAL. TTHMfl Si 50 eruli In rwlvnncri, $.3 00 If ptjmenl ia not mnile in ail v unco interest nlwuya clmrgetl from tlio end of tlio year, THE LEGISLATURE. Wkunesdav, Oct. 22. SUN ATE. Prayer byllio Chaplain. Memorial presented. Uy Sir J. Unrrctt, of Israel Warner, Abigail Aloacham, nnd Scth Warner, sur viving clnlilron of Col. Scth Wnrner, cotnmander of tlio forces of this Stato in tlio Revolutionary war, praying for relief j representing that by a res olution of tho Legislative Government of this Stato in 1770, two hundred pounds ol the thon lawful mo rn y nil ordered to ho paid to said Cbl.Soth Warn er, to make good in part the depreciation of tho then circulating medium in which ho had been paid tor his public services, and that ho died while a large portion of said sum was yet due ; and also rt presenting that...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 October 1845

Utjfci.Amtji.i.Tii-ljf-tf'iim.mgg: WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. ft. r. WALTON, JR., Ji'"?03- MONTPEf-IBIl, THURSDAY, OCT. 80, 1815. THE LEGISLATURE. Mosdat, Oct, U7. SENATE. ciotiiiot. Hy Mr Noycs, for a joint assembly on Tuesday next at 10 o'clock A.M. to elect n Commissioner of the Vt. Insnno Asyhim ; pushed. Engrossed Hill. Amending the charter of he Uurlinnton Mill Company i P'scd. Altering the namo of Howard Parker Johnson j passed. House Hill. Incorporating the Hank of Brandon referred to Iho committco on Hanks. n,,ihition. 1'or n joint assembly on Tuesday next at 10 o'clock forenoon, to elect nSu porinlondfltiti three Directors, and ft Chaplnin of the Stato Prison; ami nison iotninis3ioncriorino vcr inonl Insane Asylum ; concurred in. MrbVitli called up tho bill for the relief of crcd itors, and olTercd an amendment reducing tho n mount of tho execution returned unsatisfied, in or dor to get relief in Chancery, from $200 to $."0. After remarks by Alrssrs Smith, Noycs, Richard son,...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 October 1845

E33 UOSTON MARKET, Friday Afternoon, Oct. Provisions Prlcei lirm i sale a to-ilay of 50 bbl, prime Fork ut 8li mill 150 do mess, 813 1-1, cash uOl.bls. mesi llecf, now, SKI, 4 mns I unnll salts uf Lard M De. l'lonr -Tim tnntkel la firmer to-day, Oennesieo li quoted nt J5 08 3-1, n 5 75, nnd 1300 bbls wero Hoi J ot tho latter prlco the nn nfleted for moro and termed. Corn There is nono afloat unsold ) sales of yellow HalntC!)tt70o whllo 07 a C8c. MAKK1E1), tnlM. d1hgo, October 97, by Itcv. Mr. Maimer. J. McM. Fh.'fler, Ear)., Secretary of Stole, of llutllngtnn, to Miss Julia lluhluird, of tint village, In thin tlllpge, Oct S3, by the Hov Mr Cnmhgi, Mr Myron Hoi. omli of Statksborotigli, to Miss l!u ton Wnlbrklgo of Mont I'. He r. thl towi,B9d Intl., Mr Patley Duvli to Mlis Cynthia L. In S'l Jnliinhury,23d In.t. Iluxhnni I'nddock, Uiq., oged 51. In llrookllolit, un ltio ISlh lnl. Thos, LlngsUury, uged CO, In iljdepark, Mr Jonas Clemens, nged C8. In llrownlnton, If Hi Inst., by drownin...

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. — 30 October 1845

learning j ond thoy bIiouWi tlollbcralo seriously ...knil.nr thntf tvnrn nrnnnrnil tn rln til if. In C0HS1U- crntlon of it effects upon llio school fund, which .. nnn nP llin mnct Imnnrtnnt gUUlCCtS 01 lC2tal!l- tlvo notion, ho hoped tho Scntito would ponder well bolero llioy took- tiny uunmvu uuuun upim mu matter. , , , , , , NnM llioiifrlit tnnt Uio resolution would in "its oltecU, provo n very summary mode of ropcnlinpt the laws sacredly sotting apart tuiinn mr tlio lcncllt of tho next generation. Tho process therein cfintcmplatcd appeared to him to bo too un ceremonious. Ho hoped tho resolution would bo recommitted, and that tho subject would bo again presented in a shapo that would ensure more delib erate legislation upon tt matter of such great impor- Mr Smith expressed tho opinion that a resolution . C Un B nl nn ...in., llirtal.l.- -was not tno proper torinui h.Hii.iuuii un m JClVithout furllior debate, tho resolution was ro committed. a tnr.nTo was rccoivod from the Governo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 November 1845

E JOURNAL; BY E. P. WALTON & SONS, MONTPELIEli, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1845. VOL. XXXIX, NO. 51.-WIIOLE NO. 2038. MONT WATCHMAN & STAT WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TnnMa-?15o rnlilna.Wimcet $9 00 If payment 1 net ina.le In udv.,nco , Inicrcit always charged from the end af tin year. THE LEGISLATURE. Wednesday, Oct. 39. SENATE. Prayer by iho Chaplain. Jit orh. l)y Mr Vilas, from tho Judiciary com tnllf's against tho Ilmiso bill rolativo to suits for frnu'l-l'-nt conveyances ; "bill refused a third road ln. , after remarks by Mr Vila against the ncces b ly of any alteration in the present law. lly Mr uodlmdge, from tbo name cOirnnittrc, ogaiuat the IIouso bill commuting tbo punishment ol Lu gano Clifford ; alter comments by Mr Woodbridgc upon tho peculiar atrocity of tho murder pcrpotrn tid by Clifford, mid tho exceeding improbabi ity that ho was luboring under insanity, ami further brief remarks by Mr T. T. Barrett against the bill, it mii refused a third reading, with but one dis ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 November 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. r,. P. WAIVrON.JR.. KDITOB. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, NOV. 0, 1815. THE LEGISLATURE. SATUnn.iv, Nov. 1. SENATE. Urnirn liw t lm Ptinriln in. Renorts. Bv Mr J Barrett, from It'? Judiciary nm.illnn in l.vn. .,f llin nClillOIl Of JOim8 I ISll with a bill altering tho namo of tho petitioner j the bill was ordered to a third reading, liy Mr J 1 ar rott, from the same comm ittcc, in favor of tho hi restoring Stuart Lilly to his legal privileges: hill passed, liy iir rwuuuu, uum vum ilia Ilousa hill relative to tho net tlemcn't of tho estates of persons who have heen out of tho State unheard of for 10 years; hill refu sed a third reading. By Mr Woodhridgo from tho .mo committco. in fnvor of the House bill author izing tho Secretory of Stato to alter tho record of the town ot uiovrr, wiliiun nmcnumcni spcciiying the alteration to ho made, (re-inserting tiio name of ono of the original proprietors in the town charter.) Messrs J Uarrclt and Woodhridgo supported the resolut...

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. — 6 November 1845

lectctl Index of Mr Sampson, that with llio mcsiiigo lio cnmtnmiicntcil tho Index itself, nnd requested tlmt It might bo preserved in the archives of the Snnnto ns nnnronrinU.' evidence tonchin? tlio miog- tion of Ills lldelity to the trust committed to him.) ly Air WoodMiiigc, irom mo J uaicinrv Commit tee, in fiivor of tlie bill telulintr to persons imnria oned iujiiil (introduced by Mr Vllaa this morning;) passed. Hv flir Y.'oi(lbriJ;e, troni tho eimio com mittcc, nprainst the bill in nddition to section 37 chapter 25 of II. S., in relation to exceptions to derisions of county courts, ns unnecessary ; refus ed n ild reading. Ily Mr J Barrett, from tho name committee, in favor of tho hill in nddition to chap tcr -11) of H. S., providing for nn extension of the time allowed to creditors ol estates, in which to S resent their claims; ordered to a OJ reading. IJy Ir Vilas, from llio fiiiiio committee, in favor of tho bills altciiug the names ot certain persons) sever ally passed. Uy ...

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. — 6 November 1845

mado, bVa party lo theso resolution's; to Ifote Tip tven) Railroad in VermonlStf lio cminc-t nccqitj-, pllsli his purposes : but wo trust that mo nouso win treat this question In a manner duo to the dignity of legislation, and with a'projior regard to' tlio pco plo of a largo portion of tho State, who aro direct ly and deeply interested. Tho people Interested in tho Central road havo ji right to Insist upon iion-intorrercnco with'n.qii.es tion wliicliTJejpngs only to'.tho courisT 'J-'h0 r)lli ov.en of a singlo individual should not to prcjnuio ii(fT$ such a'rf'ntlc'mpt to'forcstall his case. Tho opinion or tho House, if expressed, can nof aficctrthoYi5htB of tho Central road t'jt canon-' ly.ho used for argumont'deaho in a contest between. tljo two roads, winch lias already been unncces sarily protracted. Jt is a contest with wliicli tho legislqture-,, ought not lo,.talio ip'art,,- If It could moVsurcl'y it ought not to ntfempt W tifctale to, or bias, the Supremo Court. " Tho corpora...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 November 1845

V E BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TEKMS 3! So cfti-h In mlvancoj $3 00 If pnjmcnt It not made In advance interest alwaji charge.) from iIip end of the year. THE LEGISLATURE. Tunsruv, 7 o'clock. 1 M. SENATE. Reports. By iTr Hich, fromi tho cnminittco on Finance, against tho bill relating to tlio ealo of goods, wares anu merchandize tit miction; rcluscu n thin reading. By Mr Hodges from tho commit tee on Claims, in favor of tho bill to pay Lewis N Flint 37; passed. llyMr Noycs, from the samo committee, in favor of the bill to pay Alvin C Ba ker: passed. By Mr Marshall, from tho coinmittco on Bonds and Canals, in fnvor of tho bill incorpo rating the Champlain and Connecticut River Kail Koid Company; passed. Mr Smith, from iho Select committee, on tho li cense law. reported against tho hill repealing all cxis'ing license laws, and likewise reported ti bill empowering commissioners to annul licenses, H tboiu'ht advisable; iho first named bill was laid on tho table, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 November 1845

VETO MESSAGE. . U .I Tolht lhuseofjleprtsentatwesi ' "1 1,7 m, Mrnli'ml ni.,1 hnnsidorcd 0 bill presented tojno for approval, entitled "on net lo pay Guy C. Sampson the sum therein menl oned, tin. herewith return tlio same, with my objections thereto, to tlio Houso of llrproaeniaiivcs, in which ii origiua l ti : ,wlred in tlio bill that tlio sum thoroin dh in lm nalJ. is " Tor labor nnd exnonscs in preparing a digested inilox of nil such portions of 1110 HCVllt.ll UHIHIIC. Jl.tSSUU III UIIU UIUM" .iiv hundred and thirty-nino, ns have boon altered or repealed, and all public actfi passed sinco sucli re vision, with the public lawn passed at the session or the ijegtsloturo 01 tins siaic, lor one uiousauu eight hundred and rorty-lour." It appears that the service in question was per formed by Mr. Sampson under tin appointment made by tho Governor, tn pursuance) ol tho follow ing Resolution, adopted at tho last session of tho General Assembly: llesolvcJ, by tlio Senate and House of Rcpr...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 November 1845

Trom Tim Bnslon Atlas, Not. NBWS PROM KNGLANI). ARRIVAL OP TUB ROYAL MAIL .STEAM UR CALEDONIA. 8 D.n-s.LJTini rnoM nunona. The Rnynl Mnil tiicamship Cdlcilonia, Cuptaln E. Q. Loll, nrrivcil tit tlita port ycsionlny inouiinp. at 1-1 p,nt 8 o'clock. Slio loll Liverpool on the afternoon nf tlic l!)tli, nnd has made her pjssje in 1 1 I -a ilayn, inoliiilins tlio detention nt llnlilax. The inlelligcnco lv tlilt nr.ivnl in liilorestiiijj mid Iniportnnt, in u polititical ami commercial point of view. Tho Prcnch linto nffaiii enconiilcicil sad dims cw in Algerij. Tliioulimit, Lcrimny, llio new rel'ornintion is making; rapid progress, wlnlo fiom most of tho Oontinential Stales, recent nr counts conlirni Ihc previous icpoit of a general fuTluro of the potalou crop. In Ireland, too, tho name rcpurls arc made, and u (amino among the Irish people is apprehended. Willi regard to trade mid monetary affairs in J'ngloniV, tho reports arc not quite so favorable. 'J lie last quarterly meeting of the I...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 November 1845

FARMERS' WIVES. I Wo do not know whether it is n proved ftct, lliat ll. .inanlinrii 'mirrnilrwlirir- n. lanil HCCCSSarilY clianircu the fcmalo sex into iron machines, cnpnblo of nny amount of strength and labor, or whether when a farmer takes toliimself a wife, lie considers that ho is only securing another domestic boast of burden, to rank in point of utility with his liorso nnil ox: but wo do know that in too tunny instances ho lives and acts as if prompted by just such prni- C'PI do not intend by those expressions, any displ acement whatever to fanning, ns nn occupation, ior I consider it Iho noblest employment a man can en gage in, the most healthful the c ' l0' morality and expansion of inlel cct, u , wo II ns tlio one, when pronorly conducted, bos eokuh tod to eecliro tho greatest amount ol happiness to hw wife and children, and I speak front crpcncncc. Hut it must bo confessed, it sad as well ns amusing, to look over tho various agricultural periodicals und mark how multifari...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 November 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1845. VOL. XL, NO. 1. -WHOLE NO. 2040. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERM P- in advance SI 5o cnf.li In ulv.,nre ( 00 If payment U na ico , Intcrut nlwuj charged from llio end orih not mado io yenr POETRY. worship tn their ancestors ; tho Pope issued his bull nnd decided the bitter controversy: nnd tho cmpo- ror, indignant nt this presumption, lorbid to nil ins subjects tbu profession of Christianity under tho nnna tv nt death. 1113 anger 11111 not suusiuc, nor ' .T . I .....II .. ..IV n.. ..!!.. . .l. . 1 .1.1 1 were Its cllucts rcmovcu, unui iiiu coiiciusiun ui kjii mguis oi pnriormancu, mo pincu is iigntcu uy The follow in wero written hjf one ror-oierlng from a long unit unvote ikkncn, ami " yMhlri by rcqueit. TO TUB 001) OK SL11EP. 0)1 .Morpheu. now aliall linvo a sow U.K-e more to mo 1ip' kind ( lie ilil nol lenvo my lionrt lo c,rlcve, Tor ileep nnJ reit lo find. Lurt night he omi ...

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