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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 December 1843

A L D Is FAMILY NEWSl'APKtt, DESJOXBD TO tlE A "0 EX Ell A L REPOSITORY OP POLITICAL, AGRICULtMl, DISCUSSIOXAL MDH.VL, MISGEL1.ANEOS AND ENTERTAINING HEAl'lNC- IV If. T. II, If MT Mit nuTjs.i.vrti, j. njicrnmmt at. is i:i. VOL. .10 !X lt.TlIir.lt .11. .... . . , Tit 11 II B 11 A I.J). J In 83ve nd cheerful In Ids drponioeiiiicour. , ate and gentle in manner, Ulfuun doing good, be tcbMs vir. ua a model tifchrlstian politeness. In all things , , fy. eurtt. j,tci(iKfiWi6rJ,73. tic adorned llie dotlrinoofGod Ids Savior, and now ,,l tnrmlttrlaUuai U,t "ihBO I in tliedlanhy of extreme age, withouUis infirmities, 9t ,!hi'treJ,is! nU oMeiifnolthn Miss finished his courio wilhjny. To Urn , may be r,Jlylhr Viilegt tat tut, - . fctl.oo. . I'Hjr apj.iicu a pawago ol Wotu, wiui wiucniii memory tvaa so nciiiy tioreu: l lie uoary noau it a JcroVn of glory, if ii bo found in tlio way of right- $ -for treriboity ; Eticflnrart Tcur flint' euuincss.- Com, V. Dien in I'oultnoy, on ilio 6th iiiil., Dca....

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 December 1843

k-cr of the bowse and of the cWVJrrn, Wftfam Mill ejrfnul hit Diwmvord count Ho nwtJ Lire him If K far a wk or twe un lil he rt mom ) f-r dunk. When tW ivst ex hiuHtd h ff. rmploytimtl rln here, for a start lime, and tltm biidayi pent. "S'&.htr, y leJ Uurt go to bed, yob looV sleepy; U-tWfj yM need rt, yon have btn vefy butyleJiy.tlw lobe wilt not awaktn won ngin,nn;f if he docs, t can sur (ho cradle do go t bfd,'i-U , ...- . ".V nx ch':JJ I am not sleepy ; I can jU up till yu finish. Vou will go then vllt you not" Marls lluthrd as iho answered, "Not until! WtWurn cemrs bomel" "Not wrfel he eomri Wnf I ho may not be home lilt diy light, and what thinks will yau get for waUiW un t He trill be in a pretty state wbn h iIms come I" .$ A nho f pake the door opened nod ho entered. ;i The rimker mi J the troth. A pretty sute he was f inlii coat was lorn, hit hat was smeared with intiJ, and hii face told that ho had been engaged In a fisht of no ilicbt import, lie grimly asked for a lig...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 December 1843

ILLINOIS STATU DEBT. t tj of partial deliverance Jlul now await r. 10 view of Iter pending negotiations with , '. ! ice of her canal bond. It nitl l XtrisLc rCTT. An rUxUWhmtnt for mano- . . n iturieM intH prosrerily of tho j fset'iilnc Niedle I now in urerful operation t -ami who flw noil will rejoice at m navcrstraw, X Y. TliemuhlritrrUtrnrcsent- eJ to b perfect and rutknii and It a great taring of manual labor, ia ill it operation. The wire i mrfv 1,1 Mnri. n,rmt.r the mHilrrT , t.iHt Mesir. Oakley ami Ryn have jeul it up, mk tli groove, pnnehe the eye. ami , in, t .IaJoft far the purposeof making ar ! bore the.hole. n it not tocul the threat). After t widi the EnglUls holders of thew Unnda; Ui, they rjn thtouc.li the pioecs of grinding am! caie-hsidnlng, and aio finally burnished : jet a single hand ran turn off nearly 30,000 a day. .in passed it the tut session of the Illinois , . e Of theio agent of lllinola anl the e it tl eit Uit, e cannot do tetter than to , ,(irmit of a .r...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 21 December 1843

mi. i urn' i pa viifs on m mtnw 7 LASTS?- rP Miter i-et tttnedr that i known for H M,lt of pain errweatriraat-'., sutb t itcuro (Unii tl pln In ibe rade, l. ttrsst, lurk snd limit, leadsrl, neuott lilbacle, Ar., In stery rasnuf tirifrli ii lt prn rtj n effectual rurr--Three it ttA beilei for it softening smJ lielin; jualftie In fates nfiftu(1ulut'itimt,V'it'l. wcn, Mtt itclllnr, bird ii;niote,.liiT joints, r-gur In the br. it. Ac. It It slo vrty larnrfirisl in civlng ! maiirr.i tcUrf In eradicating tin snd Importing sttrngih In all esses of vreakntts weakness in the toaitrh, weak limbs, lamenrM, sffrrtion of the pis, Trwtt wsaVness Ac. No perton olijf el to ptlncr weakness In the bti ei tide should be wiih ul it; mairleJ ladles in i!clir situation find neat relief firwn twn.Utrtly nesting litis plsttrr. Tlit application of ttii pller between ll.e stwul drrt, hti bsen fird a rritsio temedy ti roMs, wight, pbtliiriesnd InnpaO- tinns in iheir primary alagf, Il tlenroy Inflamstisn by pt...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 December 1843

& A It IX i FJUIILY NEWSPAPI,,WI0NED.10 IE A GENEEAL REPOSITORY OP POLITICAL, AGRK nr. tr. " "TR llJl.l.mU,. tVHtt. tttlhtl' THE HEItlTAGE. Tli rich man's son Inherits Und, And ii1a of biicli, and slone, and gold, And lie Inherit suft, nhlte bunds, Aniltrnderfli'uli thnt fear tho mid, Nord.iro to we it a qirnient old : A h'rit'g,i it seems to me, One would not rate to hold In fee. Tho lich man's sou Inherits cares t The liank may lirrak, die factory born, Hume breath miy burst bis liubblo sImtos, And soft while hands would hardly earn A living tint iwu1d suit his turn; A hert.j;r, it rrms tnmr, Une would not cure to bold in fco, What does the poor man's son inherit I Stout mosrlrs snd n sinewy hcirt, A hardy frame, a hardirr spirit ; King of two liaods, he does bis part In every useful toil and art; , A herluigo, it seemi to mc, A king might wish to hold in fco. What docs the poor mans son Inherit ! Wishes o'erjoyed with humble things, A rank adjudged by toil-worn merit, Content...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 December 1843

. .... .! Tr . v .... . mm "m 'iniMstjf in tt Mw MM. tatWU MHfM MttlM friMM l! c iwMtud fe M Pcff, 71. Ta Ifettti MHIwiflMI tl tM. 'jit tttt cjmmJ jrcti Pi44 Turw, U the Ow- wHIMWS(''. 4t lHrt twfr VMffNHI'M'ffl ImM" jpfW? Afro TWO HpMni MWM SUM. IW MIIMIMI n iii. sw-... ..' . ? tijfk(.t A frit mm. Cspt Nef rn; .thence tt.- an oi-coiro tib.x tu one hunJrrd nnd tishtv decrees west longitude and southward between thoso meridians Tho Eist India s-iuadron recennv fitted out is to be commanded by Cora. rarkcr.Oom'Ivarneybo in on his way home. It consists of tho Brandy- wine, me w. iouis, ana me new rtng rerry, The African tqurudron is compos' d of the frigate Macedonian, Cant Maya, the eloop Sarato ga, Com. inunaii, ihottioop urcatur, uom, Abbott, and the brig Porpoise, LiruL Stcllwagen; tho whole under the command of Com. M. C. Perry. Tho brig Consort is now fitting out at BoMon as n store ship for this squadron. Tho cruising ground of the squadron extends from the Madria and Canary isl...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 December 1843

II VHONS OKI IIKC-O.N.sTl I L' HON .N1 1 ie k nmH S tn llr history nfAmeilcari poll' t )f,t;M with ei'li ilanseMn Iho It'publjr, a , fs o and de Iberale iefula o! ibe u portna ,ii,ViH llumtlA legard tho Constitution and l I . . i - . I b laws, uruioar j ucuntpmnriri no-, jirt-j, without Impairing the aire r.gth or .hreat- i ifeetbilily "if l ho Government. Hot high-us-lef aan'.l "P"0 the Constitution and open and I fj ,,nt ti.Jiimf or ! " iwwi i C nte fclVrJ mu nt"I wlllwwu accniplUh oyr tie fl fpnJurt pf the Van Uurcn me mber of Con ftf,, in relation to the organization nl it.c House rV""tn,,"rc ' highest degree criminal. ftl jrntiiuiion Itself and the Oath they look to .o-Kiit Uiat Constitution, were both audarioualy t,..ied A constitutional Law uf Congress di- ik tf-1 t'nt membera of the Houso of l(epieent lth sbirab! be flinsan by districts. Tlii requite bm,I in ror.fnr mlty to that excellent feature of ttt Giwninent width brings power a near ak ukib!e to the Pconlo. In inure th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 28 December 1843

mm-: 8 iVJm 1. . I" wf b - 'If 4 PKK05 mtMf t w we mat upmti iMitm'tm vWi. tlx N U www , : N I J'Vif Ws f frl, e ffM lJfru pWy n vW 7ih 11 ftf mm; mi mil. Ttwy W h J.t rate data f ' A4rMNt tfM4M C(Mt Hkllteg ry ' rfJ. !, fl4iuf eVIr peiini.rltfM from Jr LfcafMli MiJfi p. Rt, nftfee a'tt i x) w4 fJlfihHh site. )r JJ?,t te tee Ht H iwrwHM v W ptmgM have Wen, ft! bus, are WW wWifweerad ttfutt. $ CM itMtfet. rd for mvt cfw imi, tl.o JWlHW CaWHpiHBW'w'sJi M i lift CffOTlHl?E H iHf i-trc me uie coluwiu.h. SWA BOttTII A M Eft t PA. BSOLAXD, NORTH AMERICA. Drifts t tlt. for imr antonnt. to t rcua for eauW bui An Preset. Grte. Atne & On., iSHt'"Wit ! pw rrt pi wtctwm nr fli.T riwtR ww, tfsmM am nm; nmni, jiru i nana ve, . 3STnhent:?vTMV.ritV-- 9df .J). WiXSLOW.PituforiJ.Vt. ?itHf ll,YX CASH STdRH, AT WHITEHALL, SKLL, wholesale and retail, at a small adrance fioM cett, Dt'.y Goods, "Groceries, UltDlWlilKtj CC VliVlijtk&lii . ALSO. r'.. .... . . . fc ieur, nan, roru, iiiiacifcrci, TroH...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 January 1844

OT) HUTLAND, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, IS 13, V BY II. T. WII1TJ3. VOI,. 50. NO. 1. 7'JJU II Ell A Ll). XabIishod every ThuriIay Klornlnff. I ho would not!'1 fr wca,l!l Jc)'in5 computation, ! for fame fillij 11 world's car, for tho luxury of the i richest wcalft or l'lc sweetest sleep that ever sat TKRMS rBft VKAR. Left itnglytn routs, at the tubteril'trs door $1,75. Itelivered in packages, 6f taten at the ojjic Jlv mill ------ On 6 months eredil;ii cents added if not then paid J Delivered Ay the Village earner, - $S.0u. Motto for everybody; "L'llfOllrlW Your Own." CHIUST WALKING ON THE SEA. 'Tear not I It is I.' 11V MIlS. W. 51. T. CHANDLER. III the dark hours, when the shades of night I Ltd gathered gloomily upon the wave, And tho huge billows' snowy-crested light, Hut seemed us torches pointing to tho grave ; While the loud surge, winch beat against the shore, Ciavo utterance to its lioarsu voico in the blast. The veary mariner still plied the oar, Though lost the hope, to reach the s...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 January 1844

ntM UKN rMi ,Umtn Uwrmf 10 the .ltlKJi! hm,w m Ocrfoa. from which t wwU lb. I m t Wrttsmeti Fall IT" in i.i.Im r. tmhtt nirsMftt ibsn Wlierww. It Jrtf to nier prow re my lh,if any. t it-Trtl 1 Itoelirurr. Thae arc uJ p' r,ir cMpr.i ikof.in-o small Mom rtuMuittd (hi itm, by lt Arorrtrioi named H"gg Ose t t fc pHfuenrot if cut mntunt m ill ju trfy. Il i rWulnl ly Mr. QiW. eJ N-w !rypit. Mais 1 unlerjtanl he ukrs a Jwi faint in ibrtflilm of Orrgon We have twe A mrll is railed am! flouring mill bin contrenpUiieri by milling company, formcd iu Ifce country for the purpose of improre xntau The HwoVon Bay Company have two I-! for tbrir cjncmnce So that ve hare quiwii village. Whst f the climate, water, soil, timber in a wwWvanUgri umlilwudraribigcs of Oieg n, and what iMrjrinrnt docs the ountry hoid otil la niaMni I The climate il milJ.the summers generally fine, ihmth in the middle of the day rather ii arm. The nights aro cool, and very Irttlo rain tn i-i-nmer This summer however Mn hare ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 January 1844

9 ' i 4rr I !: tn, 1 in atroid, an.l tnul Sti:aii5u.,t juunt Thi nmboal Kershaw ,. tlmr wo.k i?lune, liny will be mrl at CnpL Chaw, from Columbia f r this port, with tv cut liner by n rait roml n Inch will con- 9GG bales Cotton, was totally d stroyetl by fire on i-if own Boston If even ewi.ly pe'itheni ghtofUie m, ,n5l. wli!st ,y,B attho plan- of the h Ie cost jj paid from he enbscritv , M , . . rt -i i i . . , .1 ,r own p ople, not a d. liar of capital will I"?" C Smglrton, about '20 m les below Jt-n from the -tate. V tS thu exception i f, Columbia, with the unite cargo nl which place rnn floss than 30 ncr real unon the crut nf she had completed loading. The Kershaw was In Caftltton on the 12 D.c 16J3, Mrs Artnitla i V' H-e subscribers, l-eiHRapT'ointftt l the Hup I IT Protinicl'outi irtlicilitri i nl Hi.ll .in',1 -ni- Drake nrrd 74 In Cnstleton, on (lie 2d inst . Airs. ber, wife of Zimri Barber, aged 00. Western N. Y., Ohio and Mkrhtgnn, aro request cil to notice. l' c Ifoalj the ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 4 January 1844

,1 It 1. 1 -. "1 RRSONS wUt: t OM I W ihn nt4, on mile SANDS' SMSAl'AKILU. t H V AT H U IT A 1 N M I H 111. - S l 11 Villi m.t u si; or urunruoi. rACK- tcWISMJ crtrT f l(imi Hrt OB.ctwt. cmi h the W IM'. f:a Ijvr MDWillr 1 "J. ITfMHKh 1"W ' A rirw ' Wf. rtrtiwc t'Wf Mrr fWi!ic a wrVlr twntiwn irwn Hut ml Aid ihff tl not 4t! M rrM ft. liril. Wr Jmf 1) h.o of ifce fim. is tUi . and UfttteiUiK ne 's,3 t thai ill frn lw miS, l'e '" p.ld bet ire frwnlni "Mi ear tH dpw.-- I.. . i .. ... ......4 for r.M rw IXt. It-fl 7er ,li U ..turned n tbeae Pli " 1011 THK BEMOV Ah AM) IT.nMANBNT CUHK withe! any dejection. Tl. Htp comprising 0. Old Ijr are tl oxroxD. CAHimHJOE, HA 0 LAND, Drifts at sllht, for nr Ni:W YORK, C0I.U HUH. HOlTII AMKRICA, .NORTH AMKRICA. amount, I" J'tc;re lu outfit, e r U bad on Prc.rotf. Gteie. Ames A. Co., n.i I ...J,,.. .niffl me uoiai iiaui. ui no linJ, whatfTfr, Kr.dlnJ and Vlrf. ArHr addtsi lr I""' l-"t pild.to HOOIIK. IIHOTIIKHS &Co. JS Fulton L New Y.nk.or to U4f ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 11 January 1844

BY II. T. WHITE. IIUTLiAND, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11. 1S14, VOL,. 50. NO.2. r;j u KHALi). Published eroj-jr Thcriay WorElrf. THM4 rrs rsA. AA iifir,on rtutt.at the tubictihert door 91,73. lhltttrrdm patlafitt,cr taleu Mr cfftr, $1,50 Jlv nut $1.60 OnC months credit, 25 tinli added f not then paid IHltrtrtd by tht Yulagt carrier, - - $3.00. Mttofar everybody; "Enfonnu Vcnr Own.' GUARDIAN ANGELS. No inward pang, no yearning lore, Is lost to human hearts, No anguish that the spirit feels, When bright-wlngcd hone departs : Though in the mysteries of life, Discordcnt powers prevail ; That life itself be weariness, And sympathy may fail ; Ytt all becomes a discipline, To Uncus to the sky, And angels bear the' good it brings With fostering care on high ; Though others, weary of the watch, May sink to toil-spent sleep, And wo arc left in solitudo And agony to weep ; Yet they, with ininittering zeal, Tho cup of healing bring, And bear our love and gratitudo Away on heaven-ward wing; Anil thus th...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 11 January 1844

ijj Tn4ay, lie 1A IM3. In lb Hcmse, sfiff irrral inetTrcvusI atlcrotst tank up Wnnm em of the regular order, thr rimoq pretriv ms i firmer djr by .Mr Kwj ? Y, em ihe ittrtl of ruction of p. jr. the rtf-imce of wlTteri td rooted to the Pt office Coreinr.irc, wjUi .ociioni lo iwpirc into the eipr 3mcy of sballibtny the franking prlrl rf;e,of resisting lb rules of postage necorJiog to Pies coins of Ihr L, Stilt, stij lo submit an e limic oflh- Intmi rsusof prl.r ivbJcb wovld , enablethf prjmit in tntu'w it came p. After S9mr dibit" the .etnjCiioni wrr low by a Urge rote, and the peimpn only ni rt-f-r tt. Mr A lim preseflea a p-irtinn from Wool Mxk. C"on cootvmnj several pgn; y.mr (for th- alltiin rf liriir. eW ) riel'id"!. an! irth Yr ml nisiiMr under 'Se rile. The Speaker dr etl) (Ht itHiuii h rrj'cird entire Mr A. eon trrlil thai lho" pstt not rwnmg within the rule Htj1I. ntnfJin In inmrnl.li- nirrnlmi. 1 i. t-iTcl, anldrnne'ta.n'.ir of much impor- j imc t ,-mVJ fr-' c ' . 5i' mal it...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 11 January 1844

j- - r I tio J 'or ' Miff' on ih rwh f th U S prn Own mi ncini hv iH- decide f Jtd ThempMW is thri of Hon C I Van Nm. Th Abo'i'km contrn'iofi m Ul'C.i. lies ilm-ir up rtroirj of illeit:rTtfrint Jnhn Quiii cy AuW. far lii all tii ncnrncy to tin cau nf Iminin Utx-rtv, mil nLiinjr mxi -tiurhie nil I DbolnKnitu no iiinner to fiTomiwu-i nf ti n m honor- lvnvrll UrinM. GniNo it Stuo.ki Mr .Trmwrli of ll(fA put. nftcr limit,-; lm State Printer Tor N York; ; nml nfirr having rrcfivnl fur tuclu. filer from the public rolTiM nrnl tn other vny. over II ALF A 1 MILLION OF DOLLARS, was latt winter re rircted In such olfiicf I i Mr. IJIair of the Washington Olobe, nftrr Inv inj rrc ivrJ Government Printer in the ten vein preerrilmu the yenr I8I. a IiUm sum nf i3 IX I IUNOHED THOUSAND DOLLARS.' hit jiirt been re-elected printer to the Home of llepre iitnirr. If thrte mnv nr.! he cilnl nt n couple of cases in which the fete nro fed nml ptllnl at the expanse, of the many, w know not w,crc ; 1 k' . i...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 11 January 1844

Atit'd r fr Tti(aM, cn tmH) t the turt fUtf wUt fui, set t .' m s WKIGIIT'S Indian Vegetable Pills miiusE rttrscrdinaiy I'alls are composed of J. plants M-iiich troK fronlsnrooalr Id iml on oil, and sre U ttrkne better adapted In tdr eonviltu tln iluti mrdiriocteorKixled Iiwa futeign thugs, banner ll they roy be evrnpoumlett; and as the INDIAN V 1X8 CT A M.K rlLl.8 t founded upon the lincipiethst the human body U in truth BUBJECT TO BUT OMI DISEASE sir: cotrupt tiuinO(, and that J medicine curt (Ut disease on NATURAL PRINCIPLES, ly elm nun r and purifying the Wjr, It will be man. licit that lithe constituljun be tol entirely rlhauat ed, a pcttevrtsnce in their use, ncrording to diiec liiua, I absolutely certain to drive disease of every tim firm lliebody THE I.NDIAN VEGETAI1LU l'ILt.8 i svfll be found one of ll best, if not (Ire very bcsl ' rocdlcrne In tlia work! Ar the carrying out this j an am) purifying principle, , because thry expel from tl.e bixly all tnotbid and corrupt humo...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 18 January 1844

BY' II. T. WHITE. UVTI.A1VP, THURSDAY. JANUARY 18, 1844, VOL. 50. NO. 3. TJE 11 Ell Ah V. Fabtiahod orory Thursday Blorninp. Ttniis pen year. J,tl Jiny,en routs, at tht iuttcribert door $1.75.1 Delivered in packages, or taken at the office, $l,f I lly mnl s,,5.,l Oi 0 ;tonA ercit'iOS n added if not then wiiJ Delivered lj tht Village canter, - - $2,00, Motto for tttryhodn; "I'ncoiirnxe Your Own." JSSfflT M r-?, . r?.. Froyi the Vcrgenncs Vepwnter. Tho following lines uxro writcn on the death of Mary Ax,n Tilden with no intention of pub lishing, but being submitted to me for perusal. I find so much beauty and touching pathos in their composition, that I tnk,o the liberty of sending you a copy for publication. A short tunc previous to her death, at a party, as jfin anticipation of the melancholy event sho sung "ycep not for me, when I am gone," with a child-like tenderness thqt brought tears to every eye. D. The departed, tho departed, Mcthinks I scothec now In all thy childish innocen...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 18 January 1844

i rni mm a mm i kuii,aiu X JLJLJUi MM.m-AMMJ.m.mAH UiU Uwfe! J ' offered up. lo tbe JliTer ri diu of Aotbctr, en lb UckkJj ilttn cf tbe Vfj'cmcJtiLMlti. Joita, lb ptsl oV)a of war, with lb Ate, rt euJt at moth la gather vlrtimt for (be ncrifi rtt, to ertt-od thrtr empsre. Hence, II wat, ibat 4a tat-my w( ftr thin Inbtttle, If ihtrtrre t rhiwe ct uU iAta alite. To this clrcum ttt tb SftlMJ iff atedly owed ihrlr prenr tattoo. When Mer.ier.uma tsWaVvrhy be Buf fered ibe republic of Tlsaeala fa maintain het Inde rrwSrnreonhU bonier,' h trilled, 'Ihtt the night fomith hire with ilcifmt for Ma codt !' Aaine vj5r 1 fn ioffl. U pritits, tb Dominicans of the New otu, btlJowed aloud for more, and org H thult wpertUtlout or jfjn by lle denunciation celestial vttth. Ijle ib milium churchmen of Cbtirtrixtora rn the MuMi Age, tbey mingled them tlret1n the fV, nj were conspicuous la tho thickest of the fight, by their hideout aipeel and -rBtk situ-i, S(r-e, thu In every Con0rrnflfon.il. Thursday. ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 18 January 1844

Which wcro severally adopted. After tinging" 4tEf-The lost Trunk of Messrs. Pomcroy &Co. by the choir, the convention listened to the address has been found. A German by the namo of of Her. r Shedd, on tho moral aspects and bear- j L,cVnor passed a 9500, bill which led to his do ings of sacred musii, at tho closa of which thcjtection The trunk and all tho money, except doxology in Old Hundred was sung by the whole) g ;n ,he bascmcnl of Nq choir and congregation. Tho committee on the i ' . ... , ...... iii.U .n l ntnfKt of wrrrtl latisic as nviilrn ccJ bv the performances of the choir, then made ihi ir rcnori which was accented. The committee of arrangrmcnls presented to the convention the question when its session should close. This was referred to the members of the choir, who u nanimously decided that it should continue through the afternoon and evening. The convention then adjourned to 2 o'clock r. m. An accuralo esti. mate was mado during tho morning exercises by one of the ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 18 January 1844

Indian Vegetable Pills tr rnt iiwkw cctxroe or ntLTir. 7H1IC9K rtlrrJln"tt P1I ate mpoed rrf I ,TM. Wch gro .ri.rieotj.ly In w V tM urefoi. belter adP" cooMfto. tin ir,neact,nec.ed '"iatlT; UMicr rll Hey may be compounded, " jnima.x vkgltauli: riLLs ,,e fwixltdrwi tUt ,tBCplstbiib huoanbody .i In lolb 8UW15CT TO BUT ONK DISEASE i ik: corrvpt burners, and that said ,,,t,Jicl' CUr" Ifcls diMSaroo SATVS.U. pmsciplp.s, (flat that II ibo cooiutulk. be not tnilrely exhau.t. ej, Perseverance lW u. f,",lfl2 lofdi,( m. Ii btai-ltly certain to drhe ii.ea of every eme fiero the body ...... I TUB INDIAN VEOCTABLK TILLS i tnix-fond one of tft, If not the vcrv let! medicine la the world for ilm carrying out thii I (iRAXD PVIUPYISa PRINCIPLE, ,,..... it... irl from ihe body all worbid and urntlumor (tlwont of H.a) In an ey .n,l NATURAL MAX.SERi and while they ere- fjdr JIVK BASK AND PLEASURE, 4Uet of every nam U rspidly driven from the bo1y. SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. Ca utiei rOfl THEIlKMOVAli AND I'KR...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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