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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 November 1845

'ing to about 2 1-2 cwl. in the ton. Sucn fuels tis j those aro or importancoootn 10 mo siarcn niaitur u fcuying liis potatoes, and to the grower of potatoes, vho raises tiiem for salo to thu nianuliicturcr. 'From'thb Now England Farmer. 'CAUSE Ol', AND It KM ROY FOR, TJ1F. I'O TATOE ROT. Wo liavo thought proper to copy from tlio Lon don Gardener's Chronicle, ol Sept. Will, 1815, tho lonort or tlio examination ot l'rolessor uianes Mbrrcn, of IJrussols, into the causo and remedy lor that urcadlul scourge tlio polatoo rot. v.v ,1 done this because tho high estimation in which Inn talents nro hold in Europe, as a vegetable- physiiil cgiit. places him among the first authorities on the subject; und because a gentleman ol his scientihc character and attainment, would bo very cautious In sending forth to tho world any opinion at nil on such an important subject. Unit had not been ox nmined with tho most scrupulous cure, and with the light a Horded ly tho improved state of science ; and, l...

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. — 20 November 1845

Imles. And again, as tho number of bales U to. ken ns n etnmbird of tlio nrop, ibo larger tho bnlo tbosnnllcr will llio crop nppcnr, which ia some nd vantngo to the seller in cnlnncing (ho price. It requires about three lbs. of seci cotton to tnnko ono of tho ginned. Homo land will proiluco tiOOO lbs. to tho acre, making a bale of ginned cot ton, but perhaps n common ytold may bo estimated nt from lUOOto MOO lbs. Vours, M. ikoicaTTnoticr. Tho Vermont .Medical Society hold its annual meeting on Wednesday following tho !2d Thurs day of October, IS-l.r, at the State llonso In .Mont poller, the day appointed by thn by-laws, and elec ted the following ollicor-, viz: Horace Kutoii, I'rumilont Shnbaol Converse, V. President; I'. Unrnli tin, Uecordmg Secretary, Jonathan A. Allen, Corresponding Secret iry ! Jn's Sp.ildni!.', Treasurer1, Charles Hull, Umugc Smitli, llldail Alexander, John Dewey, V. It. Itanney, James Tinker, N. Swift, Di ill Story, .1. H. Porter, j J. Rice, II. II. Reynolds, ...

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. — 20 November 1845

TALBOT & BIRCIIARD, .To. 13, KltlM' STMllitjJ', Orri'.Il Tor nale a complete (iMoilmenl of BRITISH, FRENCH, AND AMERICAN on the mom favorable icrrai. Hamvil D. Talbott, ,,., I'.iiwik A. IlmcimD, 1 53:3m lloilon, Aug. IB, 1815. ""FESS UN DEN &I1ALE, COMMISSION M KUOIIANTS, LUH lllli B.VI.IiWl' . . . . .Iinrricait wuVlWyRES NO. 33 PINE STREET, ui'smu a, ni:w VOltK. WtM.tAM W. IT.SSr.NDUN. DAVID A.I1ALU. I PIANO FORTES. Till: Subcrlhei "''ln'.'.,.,.0..,?,",",'("vC-l,lr.i'IA.'m? K9ll,'Ii,:S of ltOsBVOOU and M AMMAN l , at .No. U'JJ, nulling- Ion Slrcet, lliHTO.S' Juno 1SIJ 1 'J STIIPIIKN W. MARSH. J. 'JJLLiSON, importer or SHOE MANUFACTURERS' GOODS, NO. 12 NOItTll 31 A It K V.'V STIlHr.T, BOSTON, OrmUS for sale ot oitromo low prices, on cxlcnilve vorio ty of beat quality siior. and iVvriiNT i.i.nhn Timr.Ans, lasting, GALLOONS, SIIOI! ItlllHONH. HOOT WLMIlMiH, L'URIIM, IIKAIDH, LALT.TTS, CUTI.UltV AUTIUI.E3, SIIOU NAILS, fee. K5rN. B. Entrance nlto from Clinton street near Dtacks...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 November 1845

AN & OUKNAL. Eft rtfcJ K m N A 3 BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. M0NTP1JLIGR, THURSDAY, NOVEMI!I!lt 27, 1815. VOL. XL, NO. 2.-WIICLE NO. 2011. WA TCHM W IP, M Wl fl 01 jj V rCNMAN & JOURNAL. POETRY. 1 i'a U', -. ni It 'Vo Miijiwlnc. TIIK lil'.UO. t fill"-" W l ii f inn r Jtond, U nil corn mil In i I m plenty 1 I . , ,xtc-l . ii't lin. (1 n i I tl 11 tlifl pltW, ni long) 'i lur n r nnd nmitft 1 r I Ii tit q ill" t in ir.1 l turn, inl cortf tl lit- lu whig rutlM ) I burin tl lu s ir ii'i iiTiiltinn Mi ir drum- m t - i i I'.ltU. M I'ifiliila i inif, iuv fitlrttr nfjtl Tut itoutH 1 r. ift'(l ; "I i-.t.T v. , i im im.tli- f pruyed, hill OlV I H lit II'I ' ("'Ml. 'f ii ni irci I i im through wet and dry, I u union mimic Inn. I Ih hi - liifmtn liul liimy 1 n M'J " k- '''t "-"I 9un ih lunli r vio.k tli m fiimingi Wi ni"t tlic tin- ctnnom rn-ireil 'I 'ii (vim-sou li h ll'iMi'lg I i" . -'itfui tl ii'i 'in iii fill I my nnr-t, I VXl-ll (l th'tt W It! UtOHIH?. I I -.t my tli" Too ruiiK- mii...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 November 1845

LAWS OF VERMONT. No. 5. An Act relating to tho Grand List. It is hereby enacted, &c. , jll shares in railroad companies, that heretofore have been, or hereafter may bo granted, shall be subject to taxation and shall bo placed in tho lists of the several town in which tho s.tmo nro owned, in tho same manner as stock in moneyed or other corporations is now by law assessed mid set In the ji..t Provided. however, that no shares in any rail road compiny shall bo liable- to tax ilion until some portion of tho road of tho company shall have been nmdo and brought into use for tho transportation ol freight or passengers. Approved Nov, 5, 1815. No. 0 An Act in addition to Chapter UO of tho Revised 'Statutes, relating to TriHtcc Process. It is hereby enacted. . , , Section lour of Chapter twenty-ntno of tho Hcvi scd Statutes shall ',0 B( construed as to extend to and embrace whatever any trmteo may have in his hands or possession which ho holds against law and equity. Approved November 5, ...

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. — 27 November 1845

A Lcnicn Mttipnptr.A hc number r,f ihe London Morning; IIcniM plves tlio followlnji no count of iln ir-miu froni n mijilo cluy. Our render will benr in niiuil Unit llio imin'oer of columns licro ncilicini'il ia matte up hy iliu pulilicatiou of pjitni tin rt -en nlliiitijr ' columns to the orilinuiy sin ct it would rcquiro livo c.Mr.i slieuta In puu 1 11 colmim-. All tin-so rxtru clicejs nro .ii u.tcil ii is mild, liy udvertlaciiiPiilH of neiv mil wiiy tump lilies'. Su'pniJ Innvcver, lint nny one liili of tin' "liole, or iny ?!i column! ;iro tlms oo ctipicil. The iiinoiiiit p'lid, i. fiU ilnlliiw, ns u Llv. ci i onl piper liiloni oil iw. Tins would I'lvc llio roilinl 8 l ii ot'WOlOO iluMira -. week ii lurqui-ltu siitlit-iciit lo induce the London I'.ilit.ir.H to '.'ft up . .1 I . .... .. I . .. c. 1 1 1 .i i mil I i.i III I I lui Clint Mil I lul ! ' ' .,,'...,..,... " U'c t lii s d.iy profcnl tn our readers tsmiicililiiu nllopilicr uilliotil ri'trdent -n nonpiper of the hrL'Pft w ! n...

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. — 27 November 1845

APWlE8P0RrH0aa l - Mr ndi.or-1 Imo knpt niyliog. on npp'pvpry fall nml winter for ton yonrn pnat. . I pm minor rnnro meal with iny npplos limn people tisimuy- ii", when thoy boll ipolotoM, but not ciitiUgii lo lecj the Imzs nliv'o f they h:ul no "PP cs. , My boss usiinlly looh bottcrlm thu cirln than any c&iny noijibbora' llul nrt Ted on potatoes. In Tact, they thrivo iin.l beep fat all winter. I lay my apples in a largo bin in my bog pen, let lliein Ireuzo, then cover llioin with ryo etruw uml keep lliem frozen oil winter. When I want to mo them, 1 put them on my siovo in a Inriro potor kettle, let thorn uo on iustloiiL' cnoujih to tako tbo frost out of U'i" lbeil them to tlio hogs warm. Homo people on y turn w.inn water on them and thus tako out mo frost, IJiiiline or lhawitijj thu" l"l;cs sourness or m)M out of them, nml romlori llicui mora pala tnttld anil "noiirishitiff. I give each lioj ono third of n paillull of apples at a time, three limes a day. If I led them on potato...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 December 1845

VERMONT WA TCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1845. VOL. XL, NO. 3.--WHOLE NO. 2042. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TKRMS $1 So rn.li In mlvnncoj i'JOi) if payment ! not rondo In xltrance j Interest always charged from tho end ortlio yenr POETRY. WINTER IS COMING. BY KM 7 A COOKt Vlnter I coming 1 wlio carrB t who carts ? Not tho wealthy and Iho proud, I trow " Let It como," they cry, u wlint matters to us How chilly tho Mast mny blow?' We'll fent nnJ rarotno In our lordly halls, Tim gohtct nf wine woll drain j We'll mork nt tho wind with shouts of mlitli, And musir's echoing strain. " I.iltlo ca-e wo for tho hi ting front. While tho firo given forth iu Maze ; Wh.it to us Is tho dreary night, When wa dance in the wax light's rays f " Tli thus tho rich of tho land will tulk ; But think t oh, ye pompous gtrat, That the harronlng norm yo hujh nt witMn, FnlU bleak on tho poor at your gate t They havo blood in their vein, nyc, puro as tbln...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 December 1845

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL r.. r. wam'on.jii., nurron. MONTPELtER, THURSDAY, DEC 1, 1815. THE XXIXth CONGRESS. On Mon Jay last tlio first session of tho 20th Con gress commenced. Another week will give the organization, tlio message anJ tho comniiltoc3, from all which tho policy of Mr. Polk's tulininistratlon will bo measurably indicated. Tlio administration commences with majorities in both IIoil303 and an "unit cabinet," if its organ is to bo believed on tho last head: it his the p3lver, therefore, to do its own will j nil the responsibility for its doings, whether fur good or evil, tho Locofoco party must bear. Wo do not speculate as to tho courso to bo taken upon tho TnrifT, the Currency, Internal Im provements, and Foreign Relations albeit tho lat ter seem to bo bo entangled as to require unwonted wis Join and discretion ; for speculation would bo useless : but this wo say Let the people watch this administration and this Congress lot them bo well informed of tho conduct of their r...

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. — 4 December 1845

LAWS OF VERMONT. No. 20. An Act to prohibit tho bringing of paupers Iroin nny otnor alttto Into this Statu. It is hereby on ictoil, &o Soc. 1. If nny person shall bring from nny oili er Stnto nnil leave in nny town in this State, or shall so bring with intent to leave, nny poor nni! in digent perflon having no visible mean of support, nnd having a settlement in such Stnto from winch such poor nnd indigent iiersoii may bo brought, knowing such person to bo poor and indigent ns aforesaid, or shall counsel, hire, or procuro such poor nnd indigent person to bo so brought, or shall nid or nasist therein, with intent to charge such town with the support of sucli poor nnd indigent person, lie or they shall bo punished by fine not ex ceeding live hundred dollars, nor less than one linn dred dollnrs.or by imprisonment not exceeding one year, nnd shall bo further liable to any town in this Stnto for nil such sums of money ns may bo ex ponded by nny town for tho support and mainte nance of...

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. — 4 December 1845

NOVEMBER 1ST, 1845. 13IX1S, W ILI) i: It . Jf CO. nil VI! day rotutnod from Ilm(Sn and Now ork,nn,l re spectfully invito llio l.-itllo lrtlt arid oxamlno Rich . lV.I OASIljfnitnf.l.oButirultjrllpiiio.l. LUIil, lllack.nnd 11 uo lllackFicnch MERINOS, tho latest nitlrlo for LlnnM. Rich BILKS, Splendid Kmbroldelcd MUSLINS lor I.; cnlng dresses. CASHMERE Do COBS, Ho LAINS, Plaid and Colored AL FACOAS,. JIoaiBnY. 0 Boxes Superior Ulnek. ami Uluo Mack Coshmcro Hose, n 11 " " Bilk do. . . 0 " White ond Colored Cotton, from 13 1-9 loM 0 " " Misses and Children's Worsted do. UI.OVKH. Rlsck, Colore'd.nnd White, Kid, ond Cashmcro Cloves. SPLUNOIJJ SIIA1HS- A fow latest styles Prlntod Cnshmoro Bl" i H 11 lM0lllOroil!lll do. Ti'Tknjji J) HONNIIT V lif.VKTS. Illuck, lrovvn, Maroon. and lllue Runnel VELVETS, and Trim wings! Linen Edges, I. slo Thread and I rapure, do. olvct Rib bons, bimns nnd .Silk IVInfc., r,lk,('o ton, nd Linen i Marking Canvass, Bilk llrald. nod Cards, S eel Imiiniings for ling...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 December 1845

VERMONT WATCHMAJf & ST ATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER. 11, 1845. VOL. XL, NO. 4.-WIIOLE NO. 2043. WATCHMAN fc JOURNAL. TERMS 91 ft) cash In advance $3" if payment li not matte In udvanco interest always charged from the end ofino jeai POETRY. TIUPLES. How ti It, o'er tlio troiget mind, TJint IridpK lM uch f n f A wonl nn)'t 'n a lugk unlilna JlnydifUnftll IUVmlny. Oh, in till xvotLl of tl.illy core, , 'i'Jie lltouVnJf Uiat liuvo orient Con any Iiardli1p Krtter lenr Tliuti tliey cnn hoar a word! Tho in nil lio u ttl heroic heart Cnn tent misfortune meet, Unflinchingly i-crlbim hU part, Aii't tru?gla 'ifalnfl defeat Wltli faith unalteieil, yet can 1mo tli tamper, e'en fur aught Which filli nut on hi will wuuM chooo, Or urovci net what he nought I Anil wonin con forgivo a wrong Which conii her on th world Tnr bitter thnn fwitiie tho tongue 'Hint may fumo ineer huve hiulctl; A Ihounnnd tunc picfrr a lot Ai lifinl ni w Hitt deplores. Than feel ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 December 1845

b-jgnt to iicflipii Can Ho ciTetfUd, With this conviction, tho itoj- ontion of coinprcmHsj Much hud boon made tnj rejected, wm, by my (llrettKia, mitmcncnity willidfawn, nnl our llllo to tho whole Ortf-mi territory asserted, nnl, as U bullovcd, iiuliitamed If iifefragaMo arts nnd a-gunuiits. 'IIjo civilized world will son In these iroceedmg n sniiit of lib- trul confiMhmnrtthfhirtiif llio UMUil Yfnment will bo rcHevftfl from oil Mfmnllblllty v filch May follow the fiilluro to sottl. tho contrnrctay. . All nllempU it compromise having failed. It rromes the dufy tf tVngreli to tomrldcf wtml mc.iurcs It rmy bo proper tb adopt, for tho scctitttv aft. rdniicimTi nT nr cltlc'fH now Inhabiting, or vhu may hereafter inhabit Oregon, and for tlm in.ilnten irtco of our juu liila tu that territory, in udonting measures fur this pnr por, cntn should luHnkcn that nnthing be dono to violate tho tlHiUllotn of tiio cunvcntfrui if 1037, which It tllll In furce, The faith of treaties, Ju their loiter ...

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. — 11 December 1845

Interest oil Publlo Debt, and Treas ury Notes, Ilndcmption of Loan of '41, Treasury Notes Outstanding, 850,07(5 -18 20,300 00 GS7,7(il 00 l'ntnl. say,(ia7,03i oo Thin In.ivns nn estiinitcd balance of only 91. 8.")l,Q.r)l 02 in tho Treasury on tlio 30th of Juno next, and tlmt too nt tlio risk of liaving this bum even reduced hy additional npproririations for some mad schomc of diplomatic missions to Mexico, Texas, and even to parts unknown, for it is not yet known bow inucli Delusion Smith's bill is goiiif: to como to. Among tho iniscellanonns estimated cx peiiditnrcs there is the sum of $1,518,1)97 for dcfl cioncy in Postage, and $300,000 for Congress Post age, Sic. ., Tho amount received in tho year ending Juno 30, 1845, including $7,857,370 (il in tho Treasury, wn:J $'3,fi'2ti,5l3 20 And tho expenditures wero 20,003,20(1 08 Tho Secretary of tlio Treasury lays down tho following proposition about, tho Tarilf: J. No more money to be raised than what is wanted by Government. 2. No du...

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. — 11 December 1845

nnrirttiti mitti AKTPntCAN ADDRESSES INSTITUTE, IN OCT. 1845, at the annual, faiu, - - Wn Imvn riiernvnd fivo nnmplilct9, emanating from tho American Institute at Now York, whicli wo nroDoso to use. as occasion oflcrg, for tlio bono fit of . our, readers taking tlio pamphlets in their orden First 13 an address delivered at tho opening of tho AnnimlyPair of tho American Institute, Oct. 7, 18-15, by Profossor Jomea J. Mapes. This is'nmattcr of fact alTuir.cviilent.y delivered off liandfofltio nurposo of sliowinf what tho A- mencan Instituto is and what it lias done. 1 no ad dress affords hints for our county agricultural soci cties'to improve upon. Tho American Institute- is composed ol Farmer, Alechamcs, Manufacturers, and sc'onlifis men ! no-v for soma of its fruits, which wo present in various extracts : AfW cialilocn years of active industry, it has .established correspondence with every atato and , county in this Union. Its services to the ngrieul turists are freely admitted hy e...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 December 1845

HMANl S "-TEBMO watc: T ATE JOURNAL. ' BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTFELIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1845, VOL. XL, NO. 5.-WHOLE NO. 2044. NT WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS 41 50 cash In advance $2 00 If payment If not made In ailranco i Intcroit alwaji charged from tlio end ofllin foat. POETRY. HE KIND. nt A( I'snrruwrr wntTtn. Do kind lo thy fithor for licn thou cit young, Who Med thco so fondly lull". ., , ' Uo catitlit tho firit accents thai fall Irom lliy lonjuo And joined In thy Innooent ' Re kind lo thy father, for now ho li old, III. loeki Intermingled with gray) IIli footsteps aro fcoblo, onco leailoss una Hold Thy father li passing away. Be kind to thy mother for lo! on hot brow May trace" of sorrow ho icon Oh well niny'nt thou cheriih and comfort hot now, Toi lovin? and kind hath the been. Remember thy moihcr for theo ll the pray, As long Coil siveth her hrcnlh i Willi accents uf kindneu, then, cheer hor lono war, ll'ento the dark alley of death. Do kind lo thy brother hi...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 December 1845

WATCHMAN & JOUItNAL. -V- K, f. WAf.TONiJIl.1 UMTOa. dNTPEhlER, THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 18-15. itE'PORTS OP HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS'. Thcso reports nro unusually voluminous tins car, and a republication of them entire is out of the question. We will niako a Fow notes. "Connr.sroNiiEKcr. on the Oreuon Question, t-noM the Sr.cnr.TAnv of State's OrricK. This isorrcspondcnca was commenced by a loiter from Mr. Fox, Nov. 15, "18 12, ami various communica tions wcro exchnngod; but nothing definito dono until tho 20th of Aug. IS44, when, nt a conference ut the Socrctnty of Stalo's Office, Mr. Packcnham (British "Minister) proposed to tako tho '49th paral lei of latitude to tho Columbia River and tho river to tho sea ; and also to make frco to tho United States any port or porta whichthcy might desire on tho main land oron Vancouver's Island south of 49 dog. Mr. Calhoun declined this offer. Four conferences ensued, and at tho last the British Minister declined to enter into any discus sion relati...

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. — 18 December 1845

CoiirpoJ''o of tho Watcliman &. Journal. LoWF.Lt., Mass., Dec. 10, lHlo. Atn flniTnn. t rniiiint nrnmiso often to bCHU von ny Urine for publication, in tlio columns of yriir uacful paper, but na timo tind opagrtnmty may permit, it will lio fnr from unpleasant to give you tlio result of my observations anil reflections on men ami manners, in lliis fiir-fiimeil city of spin- . .... . ... .f T .. i 1 dies. Alllimiizli not a native 01 Vermont, yui 1 liavo lived so long tinion her mountains tliat I feel tnwnrils lirr nil tlio n ntction of a child for a parent Every thing that comes from Vermont, whether it lo ii man, a woman, or a newspaper, revives in my bo3om sensations of no unplcasing character, and my latest prayer shall bo breathed forth for the prosperity of her honest nnd industrious population. T.nivnll rnntnlna n tinmilntinn. nnt far from t)0.- 001). nl (lin ni nannt limn. Tlin first tliinff that Strikes n stranger, on ontoring the city, is tlio fuct that the inhabitants al...

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. — 18 December 1845

EXTRAORDINARY CROP OF WHEAT. Win. Tnylor, tmtrkct-garilcnor, of Bootlo-cum Llnncro, litis just ronpcd a most extraordinary crop of wheat off a piuco of land in that township, meas uring 70 varda leas than half of a Choshiro acre. About oiio of our acres. It Is n boaulilul samp o of-yollow wheat, tho seed of which was jjrown in Klrhy. Tho produce of this small lot of land was, delivered at tho mill, "3 bushels, of 0 lbs. each, and warehoused for bis own uso 11 heaped up im perial bushols. Wo belivo iho annals of ngrictilt uro do not record such a crop under any clrcum stances j and, when tho droujihty season isconsiU cred. in conjunction with tho hot, Bandy nature ot tho soil. itMs wonderful. The produce 'peaks vol umes in favor of small farms und tho allotment sys torn, for although tho plowing mid harrowing of this pieco of land was in tho ordinary tnaiinor, yet there is no doubt that tho largo crop may ascribed to tho cultivaAion of the land previously. Iho year before, it had bee...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 December 1845

In VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1845. VOL. XL, NO. 6.-WHOLE NO. 2045. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TEIIMS $1 50 cash In mlvnnce 69 00 If wment U not mnJo In xlvonce J Intcteil lwoji charged from tho end or mo ycnr. POETRY. WINTER AND AGE. cr SIRS. LYDIA It. SIOUOnNET. Grey Winter lovelli nilonco. He I oU And likcth not tho Rportlns of iho lnmlm, Nor die shrill ong of hirdn. It Irkclh Mm To licar tlio fore si molodici j though Hill Ilo give tli license to the tullian vlndi, That, with Mark foreliendi and distended clieeki. Mutter hoarse thunders on their wrecking pnth. ll.t tttfi his finger on tho lip of streoms, And they nre ice, and ttoys the merry foot Of the slight runlet, oi it leopeth down Terrace by terrace, from the mountain's head, He sltenceth the purling of the brook, That told his tale In gentle Summer's ear, All the day long repnmchless, find doth bid Sharp frosts chastise and chain It, till It shrink Abas...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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