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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 January 1844

BY 11. T. WHITE. RUTLAND, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1844, VOL,. 50. NO. 4. Tit Ji 11 Jilt A LI). Published ovory Thursday Itlornlnp. TEllMS TLB TEAR 'ft ttnly,tn routs, at the tubicnlrrs door SI, 75.1 D'ltrttr.il in packages, or taken at the iffice,$l,OU I Jy mil ---, OnO nonAicrfi;25 "' if not then fianlj Delivered by the Village carrier, - - $0.00. Motto for everybody; "I.'ntoiirairc Vour Oun." Vow Me Gazette and Courier 1st rc-rr.n.3. 8." BE COURTEOUS." Religion's not as some havo thought, A cold nnd rough unsocial thing; A gloon.y sout-lcss name of nought, An artful innsk to tiillc in. 'Tis not n long nnd monkish face, A sad nnd sanctimonious nir; "I'is not a pompom show of grace, 'Tis notn doleful tuned prayer. Hut 'tis a spirit mov'd with love, A soul intent on others' weal ; A broken hcatt touch'd from tibove, Hy lliin whoso hand can heal. It is a cheerful trust in God, A humble hone in his great name ; A courteous' walk with nil abroad, These, life's unceasing end and aim. Ashfi...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 January 1844

THE HERALD. I?clriiniy niriiiiiil,t. CM-lrr,Wd j VERMONT. V,r...,. ... f .hm .f.' - The ot.dcr.tg.. J ywf Sute Central uiu nuininisiraiuin 01 iiic viw.vn. - --- -- . . . - V ami efficient or- P" "l Vs IO u f i ' -i f . I njfin.tinnltl l.li.l linnil 011(1 flT Hlft WIl IT T.lll S Willi arc words or lhcnobYcst statesman of tho age lalTcrinR from pleurisy, was dmwn through ono of lien yCl.J wc shall ccas to be a.hV.cJ with thcslatcroom door, upH.hchurr.coue, eckwl.on i . . ' . ... i !.. ti irfiwl - ii he. was so debilitated bv " ' n .... ! Cln lO UI'KC )BU ! I't tl I" tr , The 'H hat mi IJ4iiJ l-ttk-fMnewH eirn- riwt .f' fat i '' i VHH i,HrK tw twmrt. I Mrt. M I fstlr tr nlft4 tMt m rfearwr unM"l" i-riic rj.u ran Wtued from New llaniptlMff, (t a rati Hmxrgh Krene, perfectly idlo lo ibirk -of that Ttwir .n ronneetlon Hit railroad lo Hwhtrjien. Huth the llittileboto andJKtene routet com the tame ground lo Winchendon, a dittance of fmllt. Horn the ditctslrjt po'",,bd",,Rr7l to kV.n. l. 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. — 25 January 1844

AnMhrr railroad convention lias been called ot lxrlanon.N II on the lt of February to consul, c r the same subject, Wc woalJ inquiro if it is not time that the con rrntion was wiled, to consilcr ond devise meas ure fr urcing forward the road from Burling ton to Connecticut river through tins place, i no people arc wide awako upon other parts of this route towards Hosion. jXJ-Wc ask the Whigs of this county, to read alt. ntirrly the address or the "Whig State Coin mmec" in another column. The committee urge on early and efficient organization of the whole army of Whigs of Vermont, that they may be ready for the coming campaign. What say you, Whigs or 'Irani County, will you rally upon The Hi Iav n- Fuduu.uiy Ncxtbs you often did in ISO, in M! f.rc-? Will you not come forth in your m.ght, llut your fellow citizens may see that you have lost none of your patriotism; none of your determination to stanu nrmiy uy .0 j constitution, that you arc'slill ready to face the en emy, notwifhsundi...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 January 1844

AmlW I " if.vin. ., rV Arrnl f tKt cure WEIGHT'S Indian Vegetable Pills Tr Mara AMtsrrj's tM.tot or umlth. fpllBSl! rttrUiarT Pill te tmftt4 tt ,tiwi wftfrh C," pMfHiT l trtji on !, in I are ll'MrsW btUef adapted tn f rnnt'ilu tiam. than rarttVtw concerted from ftsR-rfn drup, iHtntitr wiO U7 miy Us remponrHtedi rJ e i.mman vnoirrAnuu .ills re fnrfrd uim tlx J tlorlfd thai il human UoJjr It In Irttlh rvmiXt to hut om: disease s rtKnrpt ujmrs, and that nJ medlelne cures ibti tj.r on natural pmscipi.r.s, (t,t lt,M lfib con.lJliM.n I not entirely eshau.W rJ. perwmanr. In ll.rlr ur, aermdins to direc tfen. It abtohitelr f eriiia to drie diseaae ol eury niroe frm the IkhIy THi: I.VOIAN VEGETABLE I'lLLS nUtt found one of tlir l-rat, If not ll.c very beat rc edict ne In the world for lhe carryinz nut Ibis aiiASD pcnirYisa mixcipij:, becauit thej eil from the body all morbid and corrupt humora (the cie nfdt.ease) in an easy nd NATURAL .Vi.V.Vf, rd bey " . ryday CIVi: EASE AM HXASUM, ilfteai ...

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

I, ' BY 11. T. WHITE. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1. VOL. 50. NO. fi. I Tifi 11E11AL1). IublUhcd oTery Thursday Kcinlce. tt$ rcn vrxn. Left singly, on routs, at the subscribers oor $1,75, 1 D-Uctrtdm packages, or taken at tit ofif,l,JO I ;. milt - - - - ' S,50J 0.tam,)nlhtcrtdtt;:i ctnls addt d tf not then paid J Delivered by the Village cairitr, - S2.00. Motto for everybody; Enrournjie Your Own." we now contt In the approaching Presidential content then, jtlicir propomnil natural level, everything !s to be' rr; ami nothing study tins more eminently dis-! matter in the thousand foims, and thereby fitting ought not and connot bo neutral; ly-if, nsni;in thrown into confusion, nnd wo nro to bo re-jlinguished the career of Mr. Clay thun his con-j jtfor a higher expression of tho attributes of thn ir every ining inwcnies u 10 uoumtiuj iiuiiH(.uiiiiu cunra u, mw u n""uuuj vxpen-1 s-.hih nun pcrscvcrcuiK iium iu rcsimiu, nna 10 Crentor Mnn could not hnvo been created tin K st phall be between Mr. V...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 1 February 1844

4 TIII3 HERALD. TNt'ltftDAV JIOK.MWC, whit i miy i . 22D FKBRUARY. fi inr iWi-t m the nnr of nrrnaration for the i ii ' due ob nance of thii diy J Are not the whigs n-aLinrrlo the imnert nice tioninlhc county of Rutland, nf a mcasurr pre principb s r.f Ihuotracy, than tho insincere ;p Vr the HtWh I The sh.nbn which this event is eastm? before it DEMOCRACY VS KAIL. ROAD:ft !"tc of th mod appalling char.iclo, mi I the first There is no greater dinger to bo apprehJord , of the Fife horse ns ho comes among om tn ihe cine ofthe trim (and I trmt) mlr.iiKs? , mountain?, will be to him, but the siyuul of the- rum find demolition which nro lo fullaw in his .tarr in ihe Iesidrntial canvas of I54U- trntionsimJ false le,iebing of (hose, who wftu path. And now, inasmuch as I verily believe Ihal i.:..u.i.-rvr..i,?nm,1,n-nnro. thrv nmf, m nrt unler and to bo cu'.dfd bv he! Iho tunc is mar m hand wiirn it slinll bo nn IIW IS IHl IliK lillll'Vl " , - . , . .i liaitii In'o Vermont follow the valley o...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 1 February 1844

D Lit MONT STATE TEMPERANCE SO CIETY. This society held it nnnual moiling at Rut on l tic I Uth mi l 1 1 tli instant, ami the mining was well at nxJtd by men whonie but upon vigor- otu nction in behalf of iticcaureof temperance . The resolutions indicate the sentiments of the so ciety, nnd doubtless the sentiments prevailing a moo; the frnndj of temperance. We copy tlum. Hv Mr A -I ims of Burlington ' Resolved, That the friends of moral improve ment have renson to njoico in tho reformation of a class of valuable nttu who have been rrformttl fiom mute of drunk-nrnm Insobriety ; to nil of such wo ay. God speed) an I h.iil their union with the. society as valuable and efficient aids i:i thesood cause. Uy Mr Sl.idc of Mid.llebury Rtsolted, That in bo recommended lathe peo ple to pi-titiun the legislature to prohibit the sale, except for medical and manufacturing puriKMcs, of intoxicating liquors in all the towns in this State which shall not, in town meeting warned fur that purpose, pas...

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

i . . -srf.3fc.jv.. e:: -fail KllHllli:..5."l""Wm HSMHDT, Mffliy Slit AM PARI LL 1. WRIGHT'S Indian Vegetable Pills r tar Mtni nir rnt.ttnr rr nrtiTif. flUIKSIl mienii.r? Pllla are rnf'cJ of 1 lltMtttMrh fr ;mnliirifoly in . nn ft, t nl ai i kmc fcter dsjtrl mm r fo'tH.. tfnfet Uun wiSMitra ftwdflfl (row fc rrisn ')(?. 'lifxtitf M ihf t m) tf fctnpoomfJ: iJ b human vnoirum.E nlls re Awtxlrd titi the J rinciplt Ibat ihe human body I In trwlt un;ncT to hut onk nisuAsr. mini pi iumor, and that id f Jlcine rrtrn I Ms diu-tie tin ) satvral M sarins. J.y Utn, etd fnfywg lie Wp it will be. ran Ifr.t lhl UtUei conHlutiMi be no. entirely eilonM 4. a tMerrm-c in ilirif ue, acri'iCing lu direr lion. It ab.otutrl rciUlti lo diltc disease o( etery ij from the body Till: INDIAN VKOKTABIX PII.I.S will be found noil of the 11, if not tre terjr le' J medirir.w In the umltl fur the cirylni nut this i a n and i'vmryi.a prlsciru:, teeaus they cill (mm the Unly !l morbid and rrruiil linit (ihe raise f d...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 8 February 1844

i BY II. T. WHITE. RUTLAND, THURSDAY. JPEBRUARY 8. 1S44, VOLr. 50. NO. 6. run herald. Fabllsbod ovory Thurtday Slotntoc teiims rKR vtn. OnO months credttiQi cwtt added ifnotlhtn paid Delivered by the Village earner, - - $2.00. i Motto for everybody; "EntonruM Jonr UWB." r British nuthots furnish forlh a noble array of DEATH OF QUBEN ELIZAHKTH. 1 possessed of uncommon brilinncy of intellect, nnd 'standard historical works, extending over nil na- A historical romance, lately published in London very well informed n very mild and ngrccnblo l.fnn, nmlncrn rcnlete with lessotis of wisdom, closes with the following striking scene, In which young mnn, nnd withal of n comely nppenronco O ... . it . . . , t I ... .1.- ,.T rt . .,..t l.n Ihnn.Unmnl Uvlnriin rich in specimens ol tine teauei is inirouiiccu iu m vjuueu nmi inmuv .imiu wvm.n Elizabeth. Her Majesty nas summuiicu i,ucy l-en- u:mscn nna r iorence mere uau ever uccn a greni ton to wait upon tier. The scene is puweiful and ! degree of...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 8 February 1844

Con off of onal. Mewl.j J. it J Whole on private bill, and lok up tho bill far 'ili tti f of it.e wMrti nnJ orphan of those who ryi '',,, ffiirewloKinllienflfoHiiiwte Khooncr, Grampus of .Mr Mc Dm, "" f j m ef the mo bfa"'f nnJ eloquent speech Sr.NATH. Ansonc nrtwt cVt Mr. BsKsiRn prrffl- Imi i mMmmi frsstn PbilsdespW. a'WftR tr the rwtrWsie of ibe l S Bank Uiklin; fer cuom h it. t Mr I'brJp pmml'J rtWrtioni of the rr nwt trffjtUtare, TtisiifTWi! firm's irprt tbrfr-on, npiina fame up ; rd Mr j,f,at has rrrr Ixrn mnJc in the House, supported Bran's rtpM at lcj);tb with ability "4 it, for which, I "'. " GoJ bless him t" Mr. MtD(Tif' jKporiuons,drf.nlinj!irprin J Finally the bill passed, the Committee rosoand dple oftbtfftKwTarifiritinfficUlo show its J the Ilotiioodjor u-d. tWkfel flku tbttt far, nnd the protainiity o' ill Milt rows rueertsf.il operation hi Allure, As- &c W'Wioit eonclodinf, be pre way- Awl tb Swale, sfitr so Kmctive senien, nd jwani HOCaE. Mr. Du$hi of HI. from t...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 8 February 1844

i I tittp n-.r irr i'i T i ' Washixctow, Wednesday, Jan 31. Mn f.nrri.r.v Vtttr Sir: Potter wosmjic i J v I If onlv obviinrd Tiiitr.t voir. 1 . -.. it .-i r.i r .j ...:... ,r a hr( vi .n13 ...j .. ... w. - - . -- K.r.sic Fjitytwo voted ngnmit lntn. io , , ,;. i ns' Some very tall uvidciicc was be- I . - 'i t. I- ' I - - .in.. lAjinf mrrirti inf. nfiiTiiiiTiiifiii fii t i . uf . - - Ji , ( nccr, for the Bench of the Suprtrnr t H M l,e and Mr. Poller feci deeply mollified 'l,t Senato ore damnified (o show no mercy i. . . f if I .iiucai imitors, icncc-rncn,or magiignanieu- I1 3 Mr Whcaton is nlso talked of for thn Supreme Cotiri IJrnch ; to is Utn VaniSus. kx-.Mitustcr to St am Mr Porter hrs tendered hi resignation, and on- 1 1.3 us ollicc u i ins succctsor is tiamcu aim con- :r:t.n U M C mnrtnr nC V f. It vftv rnnfidnt. I . I I - ... - . I 1 ..nnn. ' I r"ii:.id.t. ,1'is f r. 3 l turii'fig ' Mi n i, a! Thu naims of the patties arc not Known. -Hep, Yi'tWi MEN'S LIUr.HAL PARTY, Thoe fmnd...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 8 February 1844

" . . . . - . it . nt ... .11 A ita?'j?.al rsiodt, xaDSs SARSAIMKILL:1. 1U0,U s lUorr ?"". "" i w-a. it ii f x i v i ' iivi:i.i i x i i.iii S. Ifmlri fmr (fi'i'''l cnr 'ml P 'M tvrt f tftn rr.Ht " tint i frvi I WRIGHTS Indian V erct:il)c Pills f.r tri oTt annuo" fOU.ret r-r itrtTH. IiHUSK nirrHnrf IMU are rompor5 ff wMcfi ir pnntineoljr In etui own oil, n I r irrtrfm Nller dped lo cut cf..'ll" lion. ltiB rj4rtr rfr otlfii Irtun fH" d.r'f a, boTtf rW trey may U cc-rnjwiuridcd; and it lb i.mhan v:oi:rAui.E nu.5 t fpArd ujob t l linnple that lb human body It in iruth mijjr.CT to jiut o.xu dibkash tli; fOffo;i humors, and that M wrdfrln curet ltd. clri on natuiial principles, lV rtrtiir cd -wiW " ".,n L mln" if..t ihtl sfibe car-mtul"! b not entirely exhaust ed. a pmere t met m their '. according In .'nee llun. U absolutely certain lu dthe disease of ccijr mtn fmm the IwnJy tiii: imjian vr.otrrAM.K pills IK If found one of ilie l-eit, if not the xetj Vest n,eHrlr,e In ll wutld fnr the. ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 15 February 1844

mim&mD Wmm mm it AliD. Il H. T. WHITE. RUTLAND, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1S44, VOL. 50.- NO. 7. THE HERALD. FablUhcd orory Thursday Morning-. TKIDIS PtR VAH. J.tfl nijfy,n routs, at the subscribers iloor 6 1 ,73. "J Delivered in packages, or aZtn o Mr p0Te:r,$l5O I Py mill SI.M ( OiO months eredit;-2b (tnls aided if not then paid) Dtlicered by the Village earner, - - S,00. Motlofor everybody; "Entonnijt Your Own." cvidcnceof tho rapidity with which he wasestablish- travel and transact business where ho pleased. aloe, were famous, Two girls were occupied nil The next Sunday, the Parson wns to ptrnc h at cd in popular favor and consideration in a land of with his permit, which he produced,nnd read, he ihciuihcr cud oftlio apartment, during thedinner, ( Pembroke, N. H On "Saturday he Mailed off, I ttrangrrs, was his election in 1311, as a member , went to New Orleans to gel tho money left by in preparing fine rolls and wnfets, with which llicy 1 and when ho arrived at 1. put up with ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 15 February 1844

if ...V i. 'ma id:cn The nendior n irC' irr w upvriwic wuir m - This II fquiTBieut to THE HERALD. T 1 1 V II M A Y Jl O It iV 1 1 G , r HUH VARY S. ,on to (( ty W) tniwcnl t nr The t?niWrr didnl, after longdrlay. that the fcaJT iW ffwit tnrt , iM fin red. n-Ktocirwl dJ t ot come wuhm the 25 R"lf rfrtiV v-u4kr rtfcc Lr, much ruvtHet . ' tjj,Vi tiMrtf ttufrd Sr the railwny bsri lo ,rn nn 4ihe kitlrelionlf boot one iki! tl! wWjhl fr-3iri for a Iwotnotir engine tol5Sfi en. lltWJIjr. fiaStjr. By the prirxtptccf wor king i; tWfKtrioir oflhe MmMphere, one train tettMft try nv potsHrtlftjr otrrwke the one prr rt4rs H, lurwe vcr soon it srt fUr it ; for thouW llftinio the tsme section of pi5 tls prvcr eilnj; train, the power which prnpch the bsrt, wJl , uoul tbe twin which m advance leaves j tbcum trttten of pipe "!. m ,,,e "mc tutuse, trains traveling in an oppoiite direction caMiMceme in colluion, for when they enter the Mine section of pipe, the power which pro-r-jilcl them U.h ccates, on...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 15 February 1844

t. Rosalton 15" rot es. I li then would leavo but, 10 M'.rj tor the di'ancr fram Roytllon to Mnntpclier, nit It It Mated In tho article lefore me to be but 103 tiiict from Hoiton which cannot be true. The cif ,r ii t Imii nn the shnrtcil mute 23 mile), I y i ic wit of Randolph Center, Uroukfield and W- I have also referred to iho sime document f. t!.e ciUnce trom I)olnn by Fitchburg, Kcencand Rut ijnd to Ilurilnjilon and find from Rosino to Krcne 5, (another route 10 miles les) from Kecne to Mid die'' ty 90, to which add 31 dlfnco from Middle-l-iry to llurlingion, and you hare 215 whole dis tance from Huston to Burlington only 30 miles Irs 'ian the statement heretofore rofetrrd to but ta' " ' ' r.iotn from Ilnrljnglon bjf Rutland and K --i. el. i lin.tmi and the distance as noic travil led It but 200 mites ail told. Hut I have already piven tins distance actually measured, not guctic J; at, from lloston to Rutland 157 milei, and add thedislance as usually eoniidrr til from Rutland t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 15 February 1844

TATBopviar.ioKH .ViVDS' S;UIS.UUULL1. Moat's Morrison pills. Xirrt.wi ti.atH 0tilIJ tJalllu.ii j. ansu,NC jiVGKIAN YF.GKTAlILK emUHCtbU i - J- UNIVERSAL MKDIt INK Accurately pie- UW lU ( lm,tr, A II 1041. (tJPSsWrnLm p,, by Dr H. S. Moat, of New Yotk, ficrn th Tfw. Alw-n nt. J4( 1 g orijtnat rrcine used fof tnny years by ! lale DnM f.KSlis.. JiM.rnr U. rstste f i ' T V. ? 'I'JSl,1 i ihr. Mr 'Dwinui Most. ice Preaidenl of the Hrit- 11. nh. fVl4rr. tia of Vmkt! la al4 ilimkJ, rlwr im, fot-Hipf to riVr a acceiHsi f hit ad mlrMttfslMWi rjf Mid fitatr, llir'M tlt sMacrtrtrH UuerntrJ srwle I noiir for alto tnrr. ft day "f Mfrhieit, t th imAnuv&c In h1 CastMon, ami lhat tl.L ortfff t fUhJ three wteki urtemrl. preti. r. U't-l, In ibeRutLml Herald, a rwtfrr pitot-d tt ttoitsrut, wtoth shall be utficirut notice lo sM per! tiiltlfstrd of lb lime 4il plate of ex. ml nine said itwfunt A true epy f record, J J JJ. r. LANG DON. Register. rnarnnn ."..I'M' inir j; i ii vases state or Vermont, ) ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 15 February 1844

MAKING ENIGMAS, COMMUNICATIONS, ADVERTISEMENT &G. RUTIAIVI, FEBRUARY, 1844. r,gio the cxtcnsivencss of our corps of con xt for the Herald, and tlicir efforts to make .-tiling, we have become completely flooded Enigmas; and in order to dispose of them iae other matier, we have concluded to issue lr sheet and grind them all out at a batch. ENIGMA No. 1. am composed of 19 letters. k 122 G 1 1 12 15 18, is a town in Mass. !v 15 12 7 13 13 12 is a place in Boston, IrlG 14 10 12 12 2 11 11 17 2isametal, !r 19 10 15 1G 5 1 1 is a city in Europe, !j IG 13 13 12 18 13 is an insect, 5 3 15 12 13 7 is a river in New England, If 1 5 S 19 2 14 is a kind of wood lf8 5 12 2 12 5 13 is a vegetable, Vj 12 4 1 13 15 is a a very useful article, ly 10 5 15 12 15 11 is a town in Mass. Hf 10 19 18 10 11 5 17 15 is'one of the Uni It 12 13 9 7 10 1G 19 13 is an adjective. iJ my whole is advice which all should fol H. B, . ENIGMANo. 2. I am composed of 38 letters. Mv 9 19 23 2 is the name of a State. my...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 15 February 1844

Hi H H m ii H Ii & E H Ai STAINING ENIGMAS. COMMUNICATIONS. ADVERTISEMENS. &C. i ' i ItUTIAftl, FKSRRUARY, 1814. Ifn.iM nn.1 fl.ntw nCTnrtm r mil'A .IT I II I Liiu lilJlil Ui mill niiuiia iiiunu ...1.m flnm.,lntn1.. t . . t t ... i! i n nmie nn in nrnnr in fiiannvn ni n nm iijinu uiuur niuuur, we iiavu cunciuuuu iu isauu . i . I .1. ii ENIGMA No. 1. 1 nm rnmnnsnri nf 10 lcttP.rL j My 15 12 7 13 13 12 is a place in Boston, My IG M 10 12 12 2 11 11 17 2 is a metal, My 19 10 15 10 5 1 1 is a city in Europe, My 10 13 13 12 18 13 is an insect, My 5 3 15 12 13 7 is a river in Now England, My 1 5 8 19 2 14 is a kind of wood My 8 5 12 2 12 5 13 is a vegetable, My 12 4 1 13 15 is a a very useful article, My IG 5 15 12 15 1 1 is a town in Mass. My 10 19 18 10 11 5 17 15 is'onoofthe Uni- d Slates. My 12 13 9 7 10 IG 19 13 is an adjective. And my whole is advice which nil should fol- ENIGMA'No. 2. I nm composed of 38 letters. My 9 19 23 2 is the name of a State. my 4 12 21 38 is a kind ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 15 February 1844

ENIGMA No. 9. I am composed of 9 lettcrss. my 1 7 5 is something used by nil, tny 2. "J 1 is a number used iti counting, my 3 15 3 is something used by Indians, my -1 8 3 is what you all do. my 5 7 fl is an animal, my 0 2 1 is n plaything Tor children, my 7 0 is a pronoun, my 8 G 3 4 5 3 7 2 5 is what you all ought to my G 7 1 is something you are now using. my wholo is a noun frequently used in pram mar. R. & F. Pittsford, Vt., Feb. 5th, 1841. ENIGMA No. 10. I am composed of 15 letter, my 4 8 12 is nn active verb, my 2 134 3 9 is a masculine name, my I 7 12 8 10 is n river in New England, my 4 3 5 14 4 8 is the patron saint of England, my 5 11 4 3 2 is a river which has been the otircc of much contention between travelers, my 15 3 7 is n disjunctive conjunction, my whole is a country belonging to the U. S. ItoDOLFIt. Rutland, Feb. 14, 1844. COMMUNICATIONS, IOThe following epistie we received from a 'Cor respondent,' with nn earnest request that we would piint1 it in the Herald,...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 15 February 1844

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