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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 March 1843

if Tit NOT TUB GLOBT OF OJBSAB BUT THE WBLFABB OP BOMB BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1843. No. 41 VOL. XVI. WANTED, A GOVERNESS. Wanted a governess, genteel and steady, Sweet tempered, ana graceful, and forty about : Tosuperintenda juvenile lady, ... . , Whoso parents intend her next spring to 'comeout.' She must be at small talk remarkably clover, Be well-versed in gossip, and littlo light news, And when she is called upon, talk on forever, And never grow tired, and never refuse. Modern languages too, she must know them com pletoly. And epigrams make most brilliant and terse, And when ordered must fill an allium pago neatly, In exquisite prose, or in beautiful verse. In music (ofcourso) she must be a proficient, And ne'er have a cold, when called on to sing, But must be at all seasons and hours efficient, In a duet, or glee, or that kind of thing. She must, too, design well, and draw mo9t divinely, runt nre-screens prciiy, ana um iu... Carve email amber baskets, and ormolu...

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. — 10 March 1843

mam giBiBaa mi. youngs c.vnu. The following it tlio curd of the Hon. Au gustus Young to which wo referred last week: TO THE PUIIMC. Having prepare! a work f.r publication, which, in "V ilimition, may beof somo importance In science in astna of us departments, and winch it is ruv pur- fate to publish as soon ns circuiiuliticcs will i.dinit, hive tlinH'lit il not inappropriate to ailvcrtise or sug gest my purposes to Ilia world, and therein to inti mate the naltiro of some of the loading topics of which I Ime treated. I PM'P.oso as the title-page to mv humble work the MihiK-inif, Vi7.. Italia in Unity, or Unity of Purpose i eing an, inquiry into the philosophy of numbers in ra spect to (heir adaptation to geometric nuantiics and their adnieajuir.meiit, and to the investigation of the laws of nature, and cspocially those which opcrato in controlling the motions imd in piod.icitig tlio conse quent phenomena in the plunctarv world) to which is appended such theoretical suggestions slid h...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 March 1843

rom winch a Urge portion of my Mlow-citucti! will dariva an incidotilal ndvanlnce, 1 say plainly, 1 should prefer llialallcr. Tim ttinimf.icturera nro our fellow cilil6iYS and if we limy givo litem n benefit, without injury to ourselves, it U Very liltlo to say we ought to do it. I have a real feeling f fUlow-citiienship M Ihim. However, these suggestions of mine, wlielntr well or lll.foiinrleJ, uro of liltlu importance to lire main nointi 1 insist on j which arc, thnt this "uojeci of tho Tariff ought to tu adjusted in a spirit of liberal comproitiisc.-uJit.ftu' and settled I thai tho com promise I have mentioned is in principle, a fair one i and that tho general system ought to be settled, Willi a view to some dcgrco of pornnncncy. It has been aid, that sinco the present Tariff wentintoopcratton, there'has been n great decrease of importation; and i.:. i... i...... t,l Air unnn the sunnositiotl. or rathcrassertion, that tho duties Imposed on many of tho most important aniens, are i...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 March 1843

THE QUAKER-GIRL. Concluded from Crtt page. Its touched Mi harp, and nation heard, entranced. From the St. Albans Republican. A BALLAD. IT TOM HOOD, Jl. There li'd an honest fisherman, I knew him passing well , Who dwelt hard by a little pond. Within a little dell. grave and quiet man wai he, Who lov'd his hook and rod 60 ectn ran hie line of life, His ncigbors thought it odd. For science, and for books, he said He never had a wish 1 No school to him was worth a fig, Except a " school of fish." This single minded fisherman A double calling had To tend his flocks in winter time, In summer, fish for shad. In short, this honest fisherman All other toils forsook, And though no vagrant man was he, He liv'd by "hook and crook." All day that fisherman would sit Upon an ancient log, And gaze into the writer, like Some sedentary frog. A cunning fisherman was he, His anglu all were right And when he scratch'd Mb aged pell, You'd kn ow he'd got a bite. To charm the fish, he never spoke Although...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 March 1843

NOT TUB GLORY OF OJBSAB BUT THE WBLPABB OF BOMB VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1843. No. 42 HABB.VTH WORSHIP IN THE FOREST. Here will I worship here where sky and nod Unllo their offcring-wliere sijht nnd sniirid Brine their glnd tribute, and the i smile of Uod Bathes oil in lisht around. No hollow form ishcro-tho breathing flower Exhales its p-rfinno, and the Summer galo Comts, with sweet incense, from still forest-bower, And solitary vale. Uncen the wild bird chants her miictlayi The green leaves answer, and tho hidden stream Makes dream like music, while above its way Bright wings in sunlight clcain. No hollow form is herci but teachings deep, And lessons, such as man may not impart, And truths, unlaupht in human temples sweep Like rivers o'er the heart. For here God speakelh. In the Summer wind His voice is heard j and in the calm blue -. And starry flower, 'mid whispering leaves enshrined, 4 Man meets him eye to eye. Not. then, to lemplo reared by human art, A...

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. — 17 March 1843

gran OOtlS -1PIBIBSI - PACIFICUS t TRF. RIOHT3 AND PMVIi.UaES OP TIIR SEVERAL STATKS ia 1UJC1ARD to SUAVER Vj Btlnx a Hriu of Essays, published in thf Western Mmsrtl Chronitts, Ohio,) alsrths slntion 018O. it A wiu or oino. iNTROluTcTION. T Lt Editor of the Chronielei The tlfetlon ii l, ami our opponents have triumphed. They Are iwr chugeil with ths responsibility of (idininistctins ur State Government. This hcing the cnie, wo mf eipecl the election of a Senator to Congress who will tote to repeal tho tsriff, and to abandon the protection of the free labor of the North. VC muit eipecthhs election of such a man as will exert liia kifluanea againat our harbor improvements, and a ompletion of the Cumberland road; and who will oppose the distribution of tho proceeds of the public tendi. W must look for the election of a man who will rote for the annexation of Texas to this Union, and who will lend hit influence generally to the tttoholdine tntorcats. The State will be so districted (a t...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 March 1843

I (" JOHN C. SPENCKR. AND THE TARIFF. At Mr. Spencer lias boon appointed Sec retary of the Treasury, it becomes a mntter of interest to know what bis views aro on the subject of tlio Tarifl. Whatever modifi cations or changes nro to bu made with it du ring tlio present administration will doubt- his bo in accordance with his views, if ho continues to bo tho Secretary. Wo find tho following exposition of his views on t! lubject, in his Rochester letter, of 19lh Nl 1842. Referring to tho President's mcssa at tlio opening of tho preceding session of Congress, ho says : -Upon thnt most difficult nnd perplexinfj topic, a titifTpf duties on imports, tho jnncmagcof tlio mcs f sgo defines with great accuracy, clearness, and pre cision, the true principles of protection consistent with revenue. After spcakinir,of the rrpiiRnnnce of tho peo ple to the imposition of burdens not ncccssnry to the tupport of Oovernmcnt, the President says ( " In im posing duties, however, for Iho purposes of reve...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 March 1843

1PH2IB amis. tttffff 3& tie touched hlslinrp.and nations heard, entranced. AN ADDIU.SS comfosed ran A temperance mixti.no. Vc friends of moderation, Who think n reformation, Or tnornl renovation, Would benefit our nation i Who deem into t icnlion, With nil its dissipation In every rank and station, The- cause of degradation ! Of which your observation Gives daily demonstration, Who sec i tie ruination, Distress and desolation, Tho open violation, Of moral obligation, Tho wretched habitation Without accommodation, Or any regulation, For common sustenafion, A scene of depravation, Uncquoll'd in creation The frequent desecration Of Sabbaths' ordination) The crime and depredation, Defying legislation; The awful profanation Of common conversation. The mental nbi ration, And dire infatuation With cery sad gradation To maniac desperation! Ye who with consternation, Heboid its devastation, And imr coinlemnaiion On nil inebriation i Why sanction its duration? Or show disipprohation, Of a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 March 1843

i j NOT TBI O X. O K T OP G Jl S A K B0T THU WBLFASB OP BOMB. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1843. No. 43 fcrlimfarm firm x&&&. From the " Ladics' Misceliany," published by the "Young People's Society for Mutual Improve taint," in Dublin. ,..,, ! wandered forth ono lovdy summer eve, To ttste the freshness nl the balmy air, The plodding business of the day to leave, And lose awhile the memory of care. Towards thu village Church my steps I bent, Upon a rising eminence it aiood i Her airy wines imagination lent, As roaato view high mountain, lake, and wood. The sun was lingering in the Western sky, Circled by clouds of (old and purple hue, While mimrling shides of rvcry varied dye, Harmonious blendvd with tho Heavens' deep blue, Monadnock Mountain ptoudly reared its head, And marked ita outline on the azure skies I While far beyond the fields in green outspread, 1 viewed the leaser mountains round me rise. Hot distant far, in tranquil beauty bright, Monadn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 March 1843

4. (UtlttlMIM mtlltn J-iiiuT,' ii ig inipnttiMii I say How great a iintitt of sugar limy bcproJuced un on acre. The exptriunutj havy bon directed mora to ascer tain tha saccharine quality of cornstalk than the mount a given quantity of ground will produce! but tha calculations tnadu from trials on a snullacale isayo no rootmto tWubt that tlio miaiv uo ii win cw u i,ujy pouuus. the cane, which, after thejiiicoii expressed, is utuslly burned. Tho mill should bo madoon lho samo general prin ciple employed in constructing those intended for Crindlllff caiia. An llmtnrlnMt itli;-ri.ni... linu'finr. ..ii ., i ...hi i , :. .V ...... ...... iii uu munu uotu in 1110 original cost ami in tlio ex lityuf sugar v, ( lynso ofwortinir ihem. Judging from the compare inn amount win run live hardness of tho ratio and curnslallt. ii is believed aBerunreiiouau e. w hen it 9 consulted hat tlio il.-i .r. i. ' i. ... .1. 1" .1.. V w J? UM fmM' SnJ ,hC can. mill will bo a?nnly ' umcicnt fir ElKrfi ! " efni...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 March 1843

SU0AI1 FKOM CORN. We linvu copied to-tlny, from Ellsworth report, thu t'titiro article! on tliU subject, nml recoiiinioiid it to the caroful attention of Tory readttr who luKes mi interest in the promotion of domestic industry, nml tho do T!o e.uont of those resources with which n bountiful provlJenco hns so profusely strewn our path. Tho nrticle embodies tho rc- uiii 01 niiniorntis rrnorimonis in u ncrcnt parti of tho country, u scientific analysis of of tho subject, mi J sufficient practical instruc tion to enable nny ono to niako a fair exper iment. Tho mill for grinding need not be txpensivc, and tho report from which wo quote is accompanied by cuts illustrating its construction. Tlicso wo cannot of courso transfer to our columns, but shall most cheer fully hold them at tho scrvico of any one who may take an interest in the subject. The process is perfectly simple, and the result assuming the product at GOO to 1000 lbs. per acre must surely be satisfactory. It is confidently bcl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 March 1843

spans o.'snBiBo 'He touched tils harp, and nations heard, en tranced.' LINES. TO THE MOTHER OFLVCflETIA AND MAHCMHETDAVIDSON. Ohl lady! greatly favored I greatly tried I . Was ever glory, ever grief, like ihinr, Since heis, the mother of the man divine, The perfect one the crowned lire crucifiedl Wonder and joy, high hopes and chastened pride, I Thnlltd thee intently wntchinc, hour hy hour, The fast unfolding of each human flower, In hues of more than catthlv hrilliancc lived And then the blight tho fading the first fear ni I I , ... i ne sicttcning nope nip tioom ine enaqjaui Heart withering, if indeed nil ended here, tBut from lliudus', thccofTin, and tho pall, Mother bereaved ! thy tearful eyes upraise Mother of angclsl join their tongs of praise. CAnoitNc Soctiiev. Crtla Hall, Keswick, Cumberland, April 10, 1842. FIVE NEGATIVES. It is known tliat two nr-gniives in English aiv uiiiiiiciii iu one niiiriiiuiivc I nry (10 troy en fh oilier. Bui it is not so in Grcok. 1 hey strengthe...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 March 1843

fee NOT THE OZ.OST OF OASAB BUT THE WBLFABB OF BOMB. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1843. No. 44 From ihe Southern Literary Messenger. BOW TO PLANT AND COOKPOTA TO EH. Choose loamy foil that's sand j', Throw manure broadcast ana thick" Slircoracis should bo handy, That the work may go on quick. It is best to plough in winter Deep ploughing is the only thing. Vie your labor without stint, or 'T will be double in the Spring. When you find the ground is drying Let the kidneys then be freed Prom the hole whero they 'vo been lying, And select the 6t( for seed. Then in April, fall to planting . From the large potatoo hcapi Lm no little hands be wanting, They 'rc good as men, and twice (9 cheap. Do not cut the root to piece., Ner let it into plaster roll A kidney usually increases, Two fold, if you plant it whole. Hills are best, for you can tend them All around with plough or hoe Not too close or you will rend them, And tho oflscts will not grow. Keep down weeds and dres...

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. — 31 March 1843

Sana pisaa'ai PACIFICUS: THE IlinHTS AND PHIVir.KGES OF THIS EVEIUL. STATUS in HKOARD to St.AVKRV) Using attriet of litmus, published in tht M'ctttrn Hurts Chronicle, (Ohio,) afltrthe tlcclion c1812. IT A wmo or OHIO. Number 2. rcomvr. slaves. Mi. noiTOi! Tin convention that framed our Inderal Constitution, met with no t rilling difficulty in fixing the rights of tlio people of the diHcrcnl States in regard to fugitive tlarei, Uy the common taw, fetid the law ol the nations, "a start bccameabsolttltly fret ky entering Ihe territory of a free State or (he srnmenti" whether he dul so'by consent of his mas ter, or hy escaping from his master's custody. It wis foreseen that, if this principle of the common law remained in forre, sef emancipation would deprive the slnveStatcs of nninslilulion which they regarded important to their prosperity. A member from South Carolina moved an omendment to the Consti tution, requiring ',Mia(re slates ami servants to be delivered up likccriminals." Thi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 March 1843

(roil frcn the confines or barbarism, that tliey arc always croaking nbout " Kcar," whenever "grey msge" gives placo lo better practice?, or vanishes in the rlorious light of liberty, professing nt tho samo timo to bo Christian?, yet lacking tho ilal principle of Christianity, "perfect are which casts out fear." Thuy never would hnvc abolished the rack, the fagot, or the gibbet. They would inthcr set their devilish Ingenuity lo wo:k to invent fresh tortures for poor er ring humanity i and indeed why should they not, if inc subject is deserving lurincr niicnnon, uut a Tliy friend fjr " life and liberty, THOMAS WHALLEY. TIII3 COMET'S 1'1,IC.HT. Wtittcn in the spring of 1S32, by Mis Map.tha Day, and read nt an 'Examination of tho Young La dies' Institute, New Haven, Conn. It happened once that a struggling ray Krone tho Solar .System, lost us way, And it canio lo a Comet' den And it roused him up, from his long, long sleep, And he spiung from his cavern in Chaos deep, To visit tho sun ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 March 1843

He touched his harp.and nations heard, entranced. GOD IN TUG STOHM. HV MISS TARDOE. "DM you hear the storm last night, my child, As it burst o'er the midnight sky When the thunder rattled loud and wild, And the lightning rhekct'd by ? " "I heard no tempest, mother mine I was buried in slumber sweet Creaming I stood in tho soft moonshine, With flowers about my feet." "Can it be, my child, that you did not hear The roar of the tempest's breath, As it scattered the rent leaves far and near, In many an eddying wreath 1 " "No, mother! "y happy sleep was full Of gentle and holy things Shapes that were pracefuland beautiful, And tho music of angel's wings." " Yet the storm was loud, my darling child There was death on the hurrying blast And vapors dark overhead were piled, As the hoarse wind bellowed past." "1 thought not of clouds, my mother dear, When 1 roso from my nurse's knee t You taught mo that God i forever near, So what danger could I see 1 " " I taught you well, my sinless one Ye...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 April 1843

tort fv&z fte NOT TUB QLORY OF a J3 S A R DOT THE WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VJ3RM0NT, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1843. No. 45 From Tho Knickerbocker. THE MINI). THE Wind has voices that defy The spirit's utmost scrutiny t We shudder at its sobbing wail, And shrink when howles tho rolling galo t And even its softest breath is heard, Like somo half-muttered, saddening word: Of all its strains there is no voice That bids the thrilling heart rejoice! The sailor, on the silent sea9, May Ions to hail the frcshning breeze i The blast that whirls tho spattered foam Will waft him to his distant home; Yet, while the loosened sail he flings, That gives his floating bird its wings, His manlv heart will often feel Some strange, dread fancy o'er it steal. When crouched besido the wintry blaze, And Midnight sings its wonted lays, The music of tho mineling tune, Now rising high and falling soon, Tho wailing and complaining tones Might boa laugh, though moro a moan ; But wild or sad, or high ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 April 1843

WWm iHB.188 PACIFICUS: THE RIGHTS AND PMVILKQES OP THK EVRRAL STATKS is RKQAUD to SLAVER V Being a series of Essays, published in the Western Kmtrn Chronicle, Ohio,) afterthe election 1842. r a vino or otuo. Number III. crratsstOM or domgbtIc violence. The frsmcrs of our Federal Constitution act forth, in the preamble of that instrument, Iho objects for which It was entered into. One of these oblccts is "to Meets to ourselves and phostehity the slis iinos or iibesty." Mr. Webster, in his lute letter to Lord Ashburton. says, " Slavery exists in the southern States of this Union under the guaranty of our Federal Constitution.,' The patriots who fram ed the Constitution, declared thiir object was "to se turslheblessingscf Liberty." Mr. Wchstcrs affirms tint they "guarantied slavery." Did Madison and Washington, nnd Franklin tay one thing, and do an other, or is Mr. Webster mistaken in the assertion contained in his letter 7 IT this doctrine of Mr. Web ster bo correct, it follows, of co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 April 1843

Q7"Thg Weathbii. This it getting to bo quite a fiivoiitu topic (if remark us wi'll in the newspapers us in private circles. Ami wo aro quite sure tlmt oxceudingly respecta ble old gentleman "tlio oldest inhabitant," would be sonicwlint puzzled to recollect a spring so "backward in coming forward" as this. Snow full on Wednesday evening to tlio depth of two or three inches, and sleighs, overcoats, and umbrellas aro in ns good de mand now, as they have beed nt any part of the season. Wo arc not quite so forward in this respect, howover, as our brcthcron over tho mountain. The Chronicle of the 5th instant says snow in Windsor is two feet deep in the open land and nearly thrco feet in tlio woods and that the thermometer, on the 4th of April, stood nt zero I SECOND ADVENT LECTURES. Mr. C. Green will commence a course of Lectures, in this place, next Sabbath, April Oth. Brighton Markct.Mondny, March 27, 1843. At Market 47S Beef Cattle, 00 Cows and Calves, 000 Sheep, and 870 Swine. 50 beef...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 April 1843

'He touched Ills hari,timl nations heard, entranced.' Tin: cosier. BY OLIVEn WENDELL HOLMES. The Cornel! llo is on his way And singing ns ho flioj ! The whizzing planets slirin!; beforo The spectre of the skies i Ah 1 well may regal orbs burn blue, And satellites turn pale, Ten million cubic miles of head, Ten billion leigucsof tail! On, on by whistling spheres of light, lie flashes and he flamesj Ho turns not to the left nor right, 11c n;ks them not their names ; Ono spin n from his demoniac heel Away, nvvay they lly, Where d.irkncss might he bottled up And sjld for " 1'yrint dje." And what would happen to the land, And how would look the sea. If in the bearded devil's path Our earth should chance to he? Full hot and high the km would boil, Kull red the forests gleam ; Methotight 1 snw and heaid it all In a ikspcptic drc.iiu I I saw n tutor take Ills tubo " Tho Come t's course to spy i I heard a scream the gathered rayi Had stewed the tutor's eye j I saw a fort the soldiers all Wei...

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