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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 September 1846

fix Divs Liter most TiiK-Ansir, The stea mer Alabimi, from Bajr Santiago, 21lh nil., arriv. c.l at New-Orleans on tlia 27th. Tlio account which reach us relate only to Cjuiurgo ml the ad lance of llis army, mid are conlaiucd in tetters to the Neiv-Orlmns Picayune. Wo eeu nothing con cerninj aTsir nt Ma'.nnoros and the lower purls of die Rio Grande. The report tint Capt. Pope of the Kentucky volunteers had been shot by a sen tinel, is contradicted. Ila Ii.nl arrived at C imargo. We copjr a portion of the Picayune correspond ence Camargo, August IS. Captain Duncan, with the small party ofTcxan rangers, recently sent out on a reeonno'ssance into the interior, got back this morning;, after having con red the country on the other side the San Juan as far as SeraUo, a pleasant town half way to Mon terey. On the second day dpt. McCulloch was sent into Slier very much indisposed. The night before, he shot a .Mexican, who was caught 011 an American Imrjc, and who attempted to escape by runni...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 September 1846

(TBI - vjsjgmmm. giv; Jlgric ultural Department. Farming Cows. Nothing upon a fsrm is so valuable as a good cow. And il thould ho a constant eflbrl Willi ere rj true firmer to seek the best breeds and to Teed In the best manner i Tor herein lies the soundest economy. Very much has already been accom plished Tor this Important Interest ; but much re mains to be done. White we are strongly Inclined to believe that no better cows can be found we mean for milk than selections from the natives, we feel quite sure that great advantage is also to be derived from the best Importations, provided the mode of keeping be imported and understood also. For here is the real secret the feeding and keep ing of the animal. And strange as it may seem, nothing is more difficult than to ascertain this. Of the imported breeds, we luro the opinion that the Ayrshircs are to bo preferred. They are the best stock in Scotland, and are generally re garded in the same light throughout England. They are not sp l...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 September 1846

2V Jfamilji Newspaper, Wcvolc i to politics, f)omc 3nbustrgf News, Stgricu Ituvc cmi) Qfrawral ini licence. VOX.UME XIII. BRA TTL.I3UORO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 18 46. NUMBER 4. Business Cards. mtnvutit Kiiiiir.a.xif, Couuoclov tc stttovuej? at Sato, brattleroro, vt. C3 Office, at the corner or Main and High Sis. over the Bookstore Du.inew attended to in the counties ol Cheshire, N. !, and Franklin, Mesa. Brallleboro, Dee. SO, 1843. Gml9 DICKINSON, DAY & CO. Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods 5 CHINA, CUOCKKRY AND GLASS WAKE; 2.tto tti'nrc, (SvoccrfM, Set. (l ALL Tlltln TARIETlEa,) 4 GRANITE ROW, Z. DlCKINSOS, 'KtV'S B KATTLEBORO, ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. 0., llonieonatliic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattlcboro, Vt. E. W. PHOUTY, AOEHT For Adams' Worcester Dye House. ilrattlcboro, April 16, 1845. 31 E. II ART. FASHIONABLE TAILOR, 0?I(O. S GRANITE IIOW.J) HUVTTIiEnOKO, Yt. (13) S. PIKE, GUNSMITH, opposiTn Tim iiiu:.ix iiou.sn, BBATrLEBORO, Vt. BOOTS AND SHOES FOR C...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 September 1846

i...,.a..ii... i iJitMhnii CALIFORNIA. Tito St. Louis Missouri Reporter of llio lstinst. lias the following late and interesting letter from California, written, If wo mistake not, by a brother of Hon. James Stemple, U, S. Senator from Illi nois, nnd prospective Governor of Oregon. It eiics the clearest and fairest account of tho pecu liar advantages and disadvantages of California as a country to settle and lire in that wc liavo met with, Wc have drawn attention to somo of its statements bjt putting them in Italics, lie gives a plain and distinct ai count of that country, which will benefit those niio.idiiiglo emigrate thither. Tribune. Uoak Riven, California, April 10, 1810, Dear Sir i I sit down to redeem my promise to write, nfier my arrival to this country, if the Call fnrnu fcur, should rage as high as when I 1 e ft . A 1 1 information from here will bo gladly received. I shall try to give an impartial account of tho coun try, and its political situation, and embody as much in...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 September 1846

rt'""1 mmmm i VERMONT PIKENIX. $jt.0Tg OlUunry notice, bolli prow tnd ftclry,i.Tr itilt (lrn 'nt u for pulilicMirm, notwithstanding the rule we iJup.r.l pnmp yean since declining to publish them with out .wine c.mtr-enMlion. Inubord(untlon la tho Arm jr. (rrfif not took plieennmnir, a company of Mth volun teer i in the rncnmpmvnt cp polite Barilfl on Ihe 31 it ult , in vlucli 1' r SO per.-in are re porlrd t have been killed Bfiiden .lie killed and wounded, tome 8 pt 10 arc aatd to hue born pushed orerbnud front a iteamboat (lying by I lie ihore) and drowned The cauxe of the riot is not mention ed The Court of Common Plena for thia county la now In nfMi'in Jtidje Wooda presiding. The principal trial thm far, haa been a criminal prosecu (i m, the Stito vs. Ira Wetlierbee, of Cheatertield, indicted tr i Uinj fire to fits nwn premiiea, with Intent to defraud the (.'lieiliirc Mutual Fire Juaurance Company. Thetft cnnintrd of an upright houae, a large barn, with tome 70 tnioriiay, a small...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 September 1846

m Agricultural Department. Toads not to be (rod on. We havo complaints from every quarter, or the depredations or dies and anxious inquiries are made for remedies. We hare killed off all the birds for fear they would tltal a few kernels of grain. Arnl we uy no inoro attention to a toad than if lie was horn, liko ourselves, to labor for a living. Crows wo make war upon with inoro bit tcrncss, if not at so great cost, as on the Mexicans; and pigs arc not permitted to run in orchards lest they root and pick up green apples along with the worms that harbor there. "Shall we receive good at the hand of Provi dence and shall we nut receive evil 1" It is the duly of man to turn to tho best account tho in stincts of all tho animals that are destined to ac company hint. Toads are as harmless as any of our fellow crea tures, and toids will pick up every worm and fly in the garden, provided you give them a chance. Toads want a shelter from the wet and cold, and if none is provided in your garde...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 September 1846

1 "' 1J heitix 51 jfamilji Nnuspapa fflwok & to Politics, iijomc Snottstvjj, News, Signet Uurc ano (General Jute licence. VOLUME XIII. UK A 'XTLEWOttO, THURSDAY, SEIIEMKER 24, 18 4C. NUMBER 5. I'UULISIIGD EVE II V THUHBDAYDY n n xvn. u. kytiier. Jsoslon JBusincss Cards. 0 F F I C K-.u. J iVULEIXR'S STO.KE BCILDIS6. . . , 4 ,"7r,77r7 , ..... , Light J Light ! ! Light ! ! I TinMi. To single subscribers, fVJ.OOiyeir. To Com- n . . n . pan,,., md to those who w in .duc, .'lib.,.! ducounl The , . " ""T"'0" ' 'l1""1 . N will be made t. ""b'crihers are the only manufacturers in New ' Lngland nfthe Original Camphene Oil, the cheapest !:: artificial light in uie. Much spurious Uil ii snlil. Con- TnOTfiTVT TITTC'TTVTT'OCJ flftiTnci uni" "I"' have been troubled with such should give ijUDlUlM iJUOilMXlOO UliliUo. Ihegenuineairial. A tingle trial will show the elill'er- ence. We ell the genuine as low as others tell the rTMlV. attention of Country and Seaport Merchant t, Pur,""- 'J1'. '"'(je...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 September 1846

ARMY INTELLIGENCE, Movements or Gen. Tavlor Latest. We hivo been permitted to peruse a letter from Gen. Taylor, dated Camargo, August 27th. In it the General states that ho had ecnt on three hundred mulea, two hondred wagons, and one hundred and sixty thouaand rations : that he would mote on the lat to the 6th instant himself, to Monterey : that if mo enemy am not giro nimngm mere, tie would push on to Sallillo, and there arrange hia plana for i fatore and more forward movement. N. O. Delta, Mr Kendall writes us on the22d ulL. from Ca. margo, that the tribet authentic intelligence from Monterey represented that Majia had 2000 regulara and 3000 Taw reeruita, all without money or ahoca, and ilKprovided in every reapect. At Caidcrcyte, 'thirty miles thiaaide of Monterev. there waa a forco of between 700 and 1000 cavalry about the 15th of Augutt, belter situated than the troops at Mon terey, but still ill-provided. Canitca and other of fleers were said to be recruiting men by every mean...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 September 1846

-J TP i- iy i 'V-w iTfflpreTs rrm Hindhaiu' County Agricultural Society. The Annnnl Fair of'the Wlnilhnm County Acrl cultural Society, will be held rat UrMIIcboro, on the ?tli anil 8tli tin) a of October, 1810. Premium List for 1040. Horses. Ilesl StuJ Horse , 3.1 do. ilu. Ileal Breeding More, 3.1 do. ilu. . Heat Matched IlorsM, 3d- do. do.' llest 3 years old Coli, 3d iln. do. Ilest 3 years old do. Cattle. Ural 3 years old Dull, 3d do. do. 3d do. do. Heat 3 years old Dull, 3d do. do. 3d do. do. Oeat 1 year old Uull, 3d do. do. 3d do. do. Ilest Bull Calf, 3d do. do. Heat pair Working Oxen, 3d do. do. 3d (In. do. Heat pair 3 year old Steers, 3d do. CO. 3d do. do. Ilest pair matched 3 jcar old Steers, 3d do. do. do, 3d do. do. do. lleit pair matched yearling Slrers, 3d do. do. do. Dest pair matched Steer Calves, 3d do. do. do. Ileal Milch Cow, 3d do. do. 3d dn. do. Ilest 3 vear old Heifer, 2d do. d ). 3d dn. do. Ilest 3 year old lleiler, 3d do. dn. 3d do. do. Best yearling Heiler, 3d "...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 September 1846

we Agricultural Department. Horticulture. Saving Tomatoes. Tho editor of the American Firmer gives Iho following method. On the ap proach of frost tako up lira vine, with tiro fruit on tlicra and hang them up under cover in arrme out. house or dry place, and you will hare a I urge . dilion to your winter Btoro. The small green fruit will ripen (as to color) and the largo ones will prnve nt that season of the year, very acceptable. Wo throw tho vines over a pole, and placo it in our barn, or any convenient place, and there let them hang, tatting from the vines the fruit as it is wanted for use. In this way they keep well, and a large quantity can be secured with very little labor. From the Ballon Cultivator. Tomato Sauce. Peel ripe tomatoes, atew them as apples for sauce, and season with aalt and pep per. If you add butter, salt will not he necessary. The sauce is trot too tart to uso with meat, but when not used in this way, it is improved fur the taste of some persons, by adding a ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 October 1846

SI ihmiln Newspaper, SOcuotc & to politics, C)omc Snbnstv), News, &grin. Una ana (lateral 3utt lltgcncc. VOjLUME XIII. BR A TTLEliORO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1,18 4G. jyujayiBER 6. , ii . OF PI 0 E--S.. nVHEELEnjmE-BUIlD. !LigiitTTijght ! I ! J.lTll't ta"l"snlf ."' ,T Com. Gr-4 ..-, PalCR I m be' m. o m l,kml d"CU"1 The subscribe, .re the only manufacturer, in New iupemae, England orthe Original Catnphene Oil, the ekeapttt '- s artificial lig hi in tire. Much spurious Oil Is sold. Con- TlflCITniVT BTTCSTATTQC flflBTIC! umei who have been troubled with such should give CUOIUIM DUOliMXlOO OiirUJo, Ihegenulnca trial. A single trial will show the differ- ence. We sell the genuine as low as others sell the rTMlRatltnlionof Country and Seaport Merchant,, iur'0u Al, a large variety of Catnphene and oth- A .Manufacturers and other, nboul visiting Boston it Lamps, Wicks, &c, at prices which defy cnmpell- tonurchaso Fall and Winter supplies, is most respect- lion. Ily SMITH & TAIIB...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 October 1846

The Tariff Question. The following general argument in favor of a Tariff for Protection is from an abta article in tlio American Review for September: Before entering upon any particularobaervations on the character, provision and probable elTect the Tariff of 1810, wo may ba indulged in a few general suggestion!, bearing on llio Tariff con troversy at large. And first, we remark, tint none of (hose who lure so ably discussed this subject, cither in the for midable tones which are too generally regarded as infallible teat-books of Political Economy, or in the able debates of the last session of Congress, seem to us to have contemplated directly and given suf ficient weight to the peculiarities of our National condition, We are one people, but diffused over a rapidly widening area, which far exceeds the civ ilized portion of the Old World. Our country presents a diversity of soil and climate, of capacities and products, which all Europe combined cannot rival. It is quite common to ee...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 October 1846

Gen. Kearney in possesion of Santa 1'c. Ualtimohk, Monday nlglit. The Si. Louis Republican Icnrns from a nxnlle- n n Iroin Inclcjienclencr, thai n tr.itclcr who had .d ilirre, U-ll in null nn Lxnress from Gun. HVirny Hp his cmerril S nun To, nnil taken p . ion of the country without opposition, All rcmimeil quiel lit N iuvoii. Tlin place was icir.) descried. Miirni'im were orrivuig nt Si. Lmiii in a stale of i-liirvnliun. Iiavilia lied from jinnao without bringing with them any means of Eml of (he Mormon War Hvacualion of INatnoo. B.v the Western mall we learn that the civil war, rrri-nily racing in Mormomdnm, has been brought in icl.w by the surrenderor the Mormons, and the peaceable marchlnc Intn ami taking possession of Nau u i, by the Anil. .Mormons. Thi- Mormons have agreed to evacuate the cily Im nrilialely, leaving a committee of live, who ale In take rhage of the properly, and settle the business of their i uuils. Correspondence of the Exprcsa. Washington, Sept. 27. The I'ni...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 October 1846

Agricultural JDdpartment. Cranberry Culture. We ire glad to perceive that the spirit of Im provement now abroad Is directed in tome degree to increase tho production of this choice fruit. A friend has brought us a Tew vines, bearing fruit, which he took from a cranberry marsh belonging to Mr William Kldrid, at Quisset, a..place about halfway between Falmouth and Wood's Hole. A year ago, tho spot whero these cranberries grew, was covered with unproductive vines. The berry grows upon that portion of tho vino which is the growth of tho now year ; and as, for some cause, the vines did not grow, of course they remained barren. But, last winter, Mr E. tried an experi ment which has often been recommended. His marsh is moro than two acres in extent, and is flow ed every winter, and kept submerged until May, to escape the late spring frosts, which do most injury to the vines. When the marsh was corercd with ice, Mr E. wheeled sand upon about thirty rods, and spread it over the surface. Tho ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 October 1846

I HIHl)iWllk i .,. W.-'!Vr.gt.H-i T -Ksr. ,r.,. . . r HA! 'm ei y--M D ttmont S VOLUME XIII. I'UIH.ISIIUb EVERY THURSDAY BY WM. U. KYTIIKIS. 0 F F I C E Xo. 2 WHEELER'S STO.VE BCIIMSB, T mi Tn single nal,.uribr, $'i,t)0 a year. To Coui, piniM, and to those who pay l .dunce, . hbcr.t dis-minl will Ite tnaite. BOSTON BUSINESS CARDS, rp 11 IP. ntfen'nr, ofCaunlr y and Seaport Mrrchanti, A .onurlurerjoniolAfrtiilKiiiivi,iiinZ lln,i, Jo purcha l att an.! Winter u.,Ji. i in,! respect folly requested ,0 , following Cr,. con p, ,ig Merchants, Manufacturer,. n,l a. .I.,. ' k Uelnij lully prcpnied In H.esrvrral branches, we em brace ll, fariliiies afforded by the Country Pre., to yultritvour early call; and nVi,cm New Eng. to pleaae both ul.l and new customer. SU.tlXnit, MREWI.Il & CO. 'Z?iV wU,y G00'1''; ,a.nJ W"'1'"!' In American Woolehb ami Cottuns. No. 71 Milk St A'""n S""'"". J- n. Brewer. J. U. Kimball. SHOItCV & CO, 1S1 Wuhin-t.nSt. 11'.".. fiJ1 "Snond Domettie piece Gotdt, llo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 October 1846

i' mhH'' J'iiiMUIilililll "'II' ft slioutJ not speak to Clutlcs Melton's wilcofnir af fcctioti lor linn, but we lure been reared together, dearest, and I would poak without rcserrc on tln Mibject, for ll.e fir.t and last lime. I hare loved, mid still love Chirlcn Melton, and it wo-ild have .saved c much cuiTcrnt? had hi marrirjo Jicen earlier known to me. Sow I feci that tte nrojen nraled for rvrf, ami I c .11 struggle morn elfcefiially against rnjf unfortunate partiality. My guardian lias urged mo w Iratel. Slhe winter is approach in. 1 will ri'il thesoulb. ifhPp&l'aWT tpetidjsnine tears from my unite pla. . 1m7I return with re newed health an. I pints, ur nuTO all. ' Genet ieve lliuiilit it the bCjjjJtliiilgshe criutd do, and in a few tteek-jJoryvrangorfeii. tvisVmvIo for licr journey, aniline (riends parted.1' It wan some montlia after this that Melton enter ed the room in which his wife sat, and without re garding her amiliiijT welcome, or tho ititjuiries alio mTde'rcspcclii...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 October 1846

Winter Culture of the Potnto. I ExtBAonmxART Ezpekiuekt. We learn that a , , , . !, J '"'"T I""1""" iran' "" "own Ml i the beginning of September Utn-nm,tn Prussia. I A enrrpnninlrm nf ihe LrtnKiii Onreitt miivm ihfii itinl the beginning l Sep.emhe, by wav iifexneHment. he ablv, n ml ore peilrrily i.trmeil." The wiiier slate lint 'the specimen I'.iriiUheJ hhn of these uinler po. tatoca were Indeed nfsa rtmarkailt a kind that il lur iifiem amoini RccuMsit.tDtTion in fsvor of winter cnllure." In iliis connexion we wnulj suggest til our farmers llie propriety of msking this experiment immediately, especially as the rol has cut oft ihe prospect ol our or. dlnary supply. II ihe experiment surreeds as above repreaenleil, we should like to tee whether by this means the ravaees ol the rot mav lo. rnnniiriin.i Wc re inclined to think it may, especially if(as some ... iwjui 1.1 me inuu in an inscci DunuNuTo.v, Vt, Sept. 87, I84G. A very a.id nccidctit occurred upon ttic Lake nt tins pl.iceoti...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 October 1846

if I" A Point of Spaced The rli'atrieie'r oflho eatlh'a ortftis, as it were, the pocket rule of (ho Astronomer, with which lio measures tlislanccs which (ho in'md can no more grasp ihtiti infinity. This alar measure is one butt- droit. and ninety millinni or mile in length. This tlie Astronomer lays down on tlio lloor of heaven, nnd drawing tines from its extremities to the near est fiied star or a Canlaurihe runts tlie angle thus subtended by this bate line, to tic not qnita one ttcondl Br this simnle llnlo nfTluce lie tlicii r- ritcs'at the fact lint tho nearest fitc'il star is 21, 000,000,000,01)0. From another simple calculi lion; it io'Ifov', that in tho space round our tolar ypiCIIlQTIU,'!! State, IIIUIU 13 IUUII, III Villi UllilCU- ' s'o'ri. or.imona ttraiihl line, for 12.000 rylar . ays- tqmj'CirtJtmi dimensions, or in one plane, there is room lor 1UU millions ot.snlar systems; anu imae- tuat.aitlersil flrtnr.n.nf llifpo dimensions there. IS room JfofiiP.tJf.'o'OO.OOD.OtJo o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 October 1846

'H -''' v - if & JFcumln Newspaper, Dcuotc i) to politic, fyomc 3nbustrnf News, CVnuicn Iturc nub (General 3nt Utjgcncc. VOLUME XIII. B KATTI.TESI?OIlO, TIIWtSI)AYrOCTOIJER 15,18 4G. NUMBER 8. rt'DLlSHED EVF.RT THURSDAY BT AVM. K. KYXHEIt. OFFICE So. J WHEELER'S STOSE BUItDIXG. Tltms To .ingle aubeenbers, i,(H) a vear. To Com. panics, mil to those who pay in idiuti, liberal diKount win m mid BOSTON BUSINESS CARDS, THE attention of Country and Seaport Merchant,, Manufacturer, and other, tbnui veiling Boston to purcha.e Fall and Winter supplies, ia most respect fully requested to the following Cardt, comprising Merchants, Manufacturer and Artist. Being fully prepared in the several branches, wetm. brace the facilities afforded bv the Country Press, to solicit vour early calls; and we assure our New Eng. land friends that no pains shall be spaicd on our part to please both old and new customer. DUDLEY WILLIAMS. Bucceasor to John Doggett and Co. in the manufac ture and Importing of ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 October 1846

mami Blliii WWiir n 'i 7 riwtwwiwiwiwii From tbo Camp. Extract of a lottcr from the seat of war, (com municated to the Union,) dated Camp Butler, (scv cn milea west or Camargo,) September 4, 1840 : We left camp Twiggs on tho 10th ultimo. On the I61I1 took up tho lino of march for Camargo, which place we reached on tho 21st, and marched and encamped here on the Q7th ; and on the 0th, da; after tomorrow, (Sunday ,) wo more forward to Cerralro, a town some 70 milea from her;, at the foot of the mountains, at, "which place it ia deemed cur stay will be as short as has becit the case here. Cerralro is now occupied by Gen, Worth's com inand, and is probably the last depot we will estab lish this side of the mountains. The country from this point to Cerralro' is truly beautiful; water in abundance, amf' tho inhabitants seem of a mucli better class than thoso whom we havo met with on our passing the frontier border. Mier is about fifteen miles from here, occupied by a portion of our troops....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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