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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 May 1843

xtt tt RB OP ROMS VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1843. No. 51 NOT THE GLORY OP C S A It 11UT TUB W E L F A Prom Blackwood for April. TO THE IDEAIi-By Senium. Tmsn wilt thou, with thy fancies holy Will thou, faithless, fly from ms? With thy jor, thy melancholy, Wilt thou thus relentless free 1 O Golden Tune, O Human May, Can nothing, KloetinnOne, thco restrain 1 Must thy sweet river glide nway Into the eternal Ocean-Main 1 The suns serene tircdost and vanished That wont the path of youth to gild. And oil the fair Ideals hanished From that wild heart they whilom filled. Gone the divine and sweet believing In dreams which Heaven itself unfurled I What godlike shape haveyesrs bereaving Swept from this real work-day wotldl As once, with tearful passion fired, ThcCypiian Sculptor clasped th stone, Till the cold cheeks, new light-inspired, Blushed lo sweet lifo tho marble grown I So Youth's deire for Nature! round Tho Statue, so my arms I wreathed, Till warmth and life in m...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 May 1843

the nir.HTa and i'i!ivii,i:ai:s ov tiih SF.Vi'lUI, STATl'S inKKOAUD to SI, Wl.lt V Ditng a series of Kstctys, published in 1'ie Western tint Chronicle, (O'llo,) nftertlie election o'lS.'J. IT A 17III0 Of OHIO. Number ft. osjr.CTioNi Asswt:nr.n. Mb. r.niTOR ! In this, my cln-ing number, It is my InU'Hiim in answer pouiu objections lli:it have been urged .iitiutst n union nf the friends nf ti'tt llicrn rights. Tho liist, niul mo t jin.iorlnnl, nhjceiion uracil liy tho "Liberty tinn" i, tlt.it "Henry Cloy is th'-i Wing candidate f.ir 1'icsuh nt, and tlicy rtnnut vole for bun, bee-line ho is a slaveholder." My tirst an-u-.vcr to tins ol)j i'Ii.iii h, lhat .Mr. Clny'iv not llio nnccnf those rights which our Anti-davcr)' men deem important, lfl by 1I114 form of expression it lio un derstood that llioso who tinilo with that pnrly ntc. in any degree, to neglect llio protection of Ircu labor by n proper tuiill'iif ilutios or if they intend to ablu tion llio Improvement of our lake, linibors....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 May 1843

Gov. Tiioms. Our leaders will recoiled that wo ynvi; mi account u week or two ngo of 11 most disejiiici'I'til fijit between tlio two Loco l'uco Governors ol Virgin!,! nnil Mary land, Since. tli.it timo we liavo mot with llio following curd I'm in Guv Thomas of Mil. i the li.iltimnro llupiililiciiti : Missis. Editors Sri ing llul nn article, which ap peared originally in the Kichiiiou I Star, is being cop ied generally by the newspapers as an nmliciilic no count urn pailrv nfl'.nr in which I was Hhiclantly coueei ucd at Slauutuii, il is dm- Id m self in si V Unl it does mo initislice. Ilcuig, however, cniucly cer tain that the lorco or what 1 am now riiiicianiiy com pelled to ma' o pu'.ilic cannot I"! m tha least degree, diminished hy iniaicprescnialiuns of a numeral lu and contemptible nssaull, made where ll was- foreseen 1 would not he permitted properly to chaslis-- my cow ardly assailant, I shall not ho diverted fioin the course. Ions; since mat ke lout fir invself, tu engage inn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 May 1843

He touched his linrp.nnd nations heard, entranced.' DTftTTT Tf NYfTTt I cd gestures and earnest eloquent oxprcjsion JL ifJLliu i 4JL iiiiia of his countenances may bo construed into such a meaning, a taio 01 arucnt, uncomroi- able and enthusiaslical love, ol deep nnci iurcdovoliun,unvavcring and sincere. And well indeed nudit lie una room in ins warm and youthful heart, toenshrino the imago of that sweet being, lor never, since tno uay when for a mbdumcanor, to cull it by no harsher name, mother Lvo expelled from celestial Eden, had there dawned upon enrth n brighter creatuto or one bettor modelled bv nature's hands, to turn tun hearts ol an the world and set them quarrelling for lovo of her rich beauty. Twenty summers had not Hushed upon her rosy checks; hut al though thus young, the fume of Iter un matched and nccrlesr presence had resoun ded through all tho courts of Christendom, and kings had not disdained to enter tho field in competition tor her hand and heart lint as vet, tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 May 1843

imt frm f) NOT THE GLORY OP C23SAR DVT THE WELFARE OF ROME VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 20, isa No. 51 ADDRESS Delivered batorc the lturllnston Mediants' Institute, ly antncr? i. M.vitstt, and rrsiwiED nv nsqurnr or me Institute. UlltlllL. I.j In .rr-.tiu nf f arU of ' riekmak- ing, mi 1 st'iiie-cult iig, I lu.e bcc.i insensibly led 1 1 Jv'vi iti' from the chronological order rr posed, and to anticipite some observations pro. perly belonging to another division of the sub. ject, but the art of m vsomiv, to wliic.li. I refer, is so closely connected witli those of brickmiking and stonc-culting, tint il is impossible to give a tolerably complete skctck of the history of one, without interweaving some notices of the ntliTs, iind thorp is an obvious propriety in treating of them in connection. The art of masonry attained to a high perfec tion at a very early "period, as is attested by the Pyramid of Egypt, the ruins of Bibylon, the Cyclopean walls) 'of Greece and Italy, an...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 May 1843

ARRIVAL or THE CALEDONIA. it is discovered, I may be hung." She said, "Then 1 will die with vou," meaning that nho Tho steam-ship Caledonia, Capt. Lott, arrived nt Boston nl (5 1-2 o'clock Eriday morning. Sho loft Liverpool on tttn llli insl. and brings Fivn Days Liter inlelli gnncc than tho Gioat Western. This in terval hat presented nothing striking as re gards this country, except a debate in the House of Commons on the 2nd inst., arising out of the threadbare subject of tin; Ash- burton treaty. The remarks of Sir Rubeit Peel, tho' biicf, were effective, and his n'lu- sion to the sncedv settlement of the Otoeon "ll'c coroner. 1 " . . . I ll .1.- t O,. question was as favorably received by the , 1 ,s ,'"c s""fla" V" "'. 1 "", rT ' . . . r . far at no h concerned tliero is no )mlit of its House as it win ue uy noin countries. .....i. i.,.. ,.rc ... ..,..1, rL..,snn i0 think ho tiny We :in under obligations to Thompson's havo told a faishood concernim? bcr participa te- f:ii x. c. i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 May 1843

THE FLARE TJP. Mr. Editop. : I suppose every body had Boon tlio prtupectus nf tlio " Trim Democrat" which is destined to supplant the lonesome, concern htoly bought in by one John Tyler, and so I shall refer to it accordingly. It seems from the prospectus, tint the bolter portion of the " democracy" have lnnj enjoyed a striking coincidence of FTiilitnout with most of the whigs, as to tho character of the Editor, and the calibre of his paper, find although induced by policy to choke down their detestation of both, they still kept tho fire sufllciontly alive to be kindled into a blaze at a moment's notice on the application of combustible materials. It would further appear that those materials have been supplied in tho late bargain and sale to Tylerism, which was appropriately concluded by " tho party of the second part" in tho publi cation of O'Conncll's letter to tho precious Bob ! This, with tho restoration of tho Hour bons at tho Custom House, has filled up tho measure of " Domocr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 May 1843

warn b.'sstcbib I Curious Kxotic 7'lioro Is now to lo seen in Mr. Thorburn's wimlovv, in Julin street, n most curious specimen of cactus of tlio eight anplcJ description (ormatnmilaria.) It was re ceived from one of llio convent gardens near Montevideo, in South America, and presented to a gentleman of this city by one of the monks of the convent, vvlio stated t tint its ago can ho trac ed to one hundred years, it having been that long time gradually developing itself under careful cultivation. It is an uniquo phut of a most sin pular genus, well worthy of inspection. iV. 1'. L.om. Adv. lie touched his harp.and nations heard, entranced, "Prom The Tribune. SACK nil MELODY. 'Dcpostitt potcnlcs de sede ct cxaltavit bundles.' PsALMS. BV 1. At'CU'Slt'S SUBA. What care 1 how frequent or dim The frown of the proud one may be, My pride ami my hope arc in Hun, Who from bondage tot Istacl free, And btuicd her foes in the tea. But if in contentment I trend, M:d the splendor and pomp of this sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 June 1843

farm NOT THE OLOIZV OF 0 JB S A R DVT T II 0 WELFARE OF ROME VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1843. No. 62 TOW ' TUB BRAVE OLD OAK." BY HENItV Ill-SSEL. A long of tho Oak, tho bravo old Oak, Who hath ruled in tlio wood loni. Here' health an J renown to his broad green crown, And his fifty arms so strong ! There's fear in his frown, when tlio sun goes down, And the fire in tlio West fades nut, And ho showcth hismisht n n wild midnight, When storms tliroujh his branches shout. Then sing to tho Oilt, the brave aid Oak, Who hath ruled this land so lonz, And still flourish he, a hale green tree, When a hundred years are gone. He saw tho rare, time, when tho Christmas chimes, Were a merry sound to hear, And the squire s wide hall and tlio cottage small, Wore full of f'nglish cheer And all tho clay to tho rebeck gay, They frolicked with lonesome swains, They .iro gone,they are dead, in tho church yard laid, But the Tree ho si ill remains. Then sing to tho Oak, fee. Ac. ADDRES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 June 1843

spin PIBIB88 Mil. WCUSTER'S SPEECH. Wo extract from tho N. Y. Tribune tlio following which is tlio most important por tion of Mr. Webster's spcoch at Baltimore to which wo referred last week. Tlio spoecb was reported by Mn. Henry J. Raymond assistant Editor of tlio Tribune, wlio is justly regarded as one of tlio best reporters in tlio country. M. Pkesipiht! I am sum tint I receive with pe culiar gratification this nntk of your respect for well intended efforts to serve the eountry in tho office of the Government which I havo filled. 1 give you my thanks and 1 feel especially obliged to you, sir who, I know, coma into public scents rfluctimly for do ing mn tho honor of tilling tho Chair this evening. And the occasion, Mr. President and gentlemen is tho more gratifying to me, as t havo heard you say, sir, that tho gentlemen comprising this very respectable meeting come hero actuated by no ptrtymotive, by no sinister or nblinuo view tending to blind them to important truths because t k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 June 1843

ith.1fruH about iho matlor, although Ida not: prescnintioii in regard t.i tha site of the proposcu aucst mo 10 make it. not because I expect or wish lo navo you givcuny nccu 10 my ugg.minii-..iiu.iiis now no favors to n9kof you, in youroflicial capac ity at icasi. ., Tho signers of tin potition also request me to add toy recommendation to their own for tlio appoint ment of Mr. Samuel P. CaulMns, lo tlio ollicc of postmaster. If.-ho wcrt. an honest true-hearted democrat, should scorn lo do it. I tumble as 1 am In tho political world, I would not now, for rcason which you can readily understand, recommend a friend foroffico to you, or to any of tin corrupt and tsnal clique who constitute the prcstnt administrtion. I apeak politically, nnd tho epithets I use I apply to the administration as a whole, and not individually, nd of course exempt youriclf from their applica tion. Rut in relation to Mr. Caulkins, it is sufficient t ay that he is one of the three Mil renegades in the town of L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 June 1843

He touched his harp,and nations heard, entranced.' "UFU'S A MOMENT!" The dew-drop on the blooming flown Reflecting rainbow tints at morn, May sparklo brightly fur nn hour, The gulden cup awhile adorn. 'Twill vanish in thu sun-ray's gleim, Like the dim phantom or a dream t The mist that gathers on the hil), As light and transient ns the nir, Its somcbre hues the distance fill. And seem to hold mluclting thoret But like a thought, a glance, 'tis past, ltd essence in oblivion cast. The waves that seek some distant shore, Are borne along the sounding sea, Anil joyful in their stormy roar, To far off lands in mountains flee : Hut ere they reach thesnuglit-for born They sink, and others rtsuin turn. And like the dew-drop's fleeting hour, Or like the vapot'a transient May, Or hl.e tho wave s ephemeral power. Man's lifa and death are but a day j At morn, tho revel and the crowd, At eve, the death knell and the shroud. " SHE SAYS SHE LOVES ME DEARLY " She says her heart is in her kiss, She s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 June 1843

NOT THE GLORY OF C.BSAR BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME vol. xvir. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1843. No. 1 I ET The following cheerful s r.iin of poetry is a portion of "The Old Man's Poem," by Horace Smith, which appears in the London Monthly Magazine, for March : Vainly, ye libellers, your pago Assaults and vilifies old age, "Tis slill life's golden era ) Its pleasures, wisely understood, An unalloy'd, unfading good, Its evil a chimera. Time's victim, I am victim still, Holding the privilege at will, To seize him by the forelock, On me would he return the grasp He finds there's nothing left to clasp, Not e'en a single hoar lock. We blame th' idolatrous divine, Who gilds and decorates his shrine, Its Deity nci-lected ! Yet our self-adoration Mind Is body-worship; to the mind No reverence directed. Grey beards there arc, who, thinking art Can conquer nature, play the part Of adolescent friskers, Swindlersand counterfeits of truth, They strive to cheat us by false youth, False teeth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 June 1843

!FIHIB IP3B02! F O It V, I G N . Fifteen Days T.Mcr from distant!. Tlio Acadia itcanicr arrived nl Doston on Tlmi-iday .bringing intelligence from London and Liverpool to tlio 19ili ult. Tlio tlirco most prominent, items of news aro a deficiency in tlio Dritish Revenue upon the year onding in April, of near ten millions of dollars; tlio falling olT is in the Excise and Customs : tho defeat of the Free Trade Corn-law party, ly a majority of 2jG in a vote of 50G: tho last and liy far tho most important is tlio Repeal movement in Ireland. Tlio declaration of tlio British government of its determination lo crush the movement by force, and tho increase of tho military establishment in that country iiuup port of this determination, will excite atten tion to that quarter, and a groat anxiety will naturally bo felt us to the result of the strug gle. Tho nows from tho continent is not of Moment. Tho introduction of American manufac tured Cotton fabrics into England has caused i great a mista...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 June 1843

i Wd huvo iho gratification to announce to our readers lliat tho Convention which met in tliis place V'isterd.iy to si-lort a can didate to represent this District in Congress have nominated the HON. GEORGE P. M A.USH of this town. Tlio proceedings of tho Convention wero very harmonious, and the nomination was unanimously confirmed. Particulars next week. THE NEXT SENATE In the Sonato of the next Congress thoro are only llirco vacancies, and so closo is the ttato of partics,t!mt tho predominancy of ci ther will depend on the political character of tho persons who may bo elected. Nearly 00 mombcrs of tho Ilouso of Representa tives have been elected, n largo majority of whom are Locos. Tho following comprises a list of members of the next Senate, so far as they arc yet known: Term expires. Blaine. John Fairfield George Evans Now Hampshire. Levi Woodbury Charles 0. Atherton Vermont. Samuel Phe!pa Win. C. Upliarn Massachusetts 'Ruftis ChoiU Isaac C. Hates Rhode Island. Wm. Sprague James...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 June 1843

'lie touched hisliar p,and nations heard, entranced. THIS WOULD AS IT IS. The world is not so bad a world, As some would like to make it Though whether good, or whether bad, Depends on how wc take it. Tor if we scold nnd fret all day, From dewy morn till even, This world will ne'er nflbrd to man A foretaste here of heaven. This world in truth's as good a world As e'er was known to any Who have not seen another yet, And those are very many ; And tf the men, and women too, Have plenty of employment, Thoso surely must bo Inrd to plcnso Who cannot find enjiyment. This worljj is quite a clever world, In rain or pleasant weather, If people would hut learn to live In harmonj together) Nor setli to burst the kindly bond Ily love nnd peace cemented, And learn that best of lessons yet, To always bo con'.cntcd. Then were the world n pleasant world, And pleasant fo'lts were in it, The day would pass most pleasantly To those who thus begin it And all the nameless uricvanncs Brought on by borrowe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 June 1843

NOT THE GLORY OF C S A n DOT THE W E I. T A It E OF HOME VOL. XVII. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRI No. a 4 i From tho Newark Daily Advertiser. V A I T It . A wallow in tho spring Cams to our granary, and 'ncnth tho caves Euared to make her nest, and there did bring Wet earth and straw and loaves. . Day after day sho toiled, With patient art, but ere her work was crowned, Gome sad mishap tho tiny fabric spoiled, And dashed it to tho ground. Sho found tho ruin wrought! Yet not cast down, forth from her place sho tlcw, And with her mate, fresh earth and grasses brought And built her nest anew. Dut scarcely had she placed The last soft feather on its ample floor, When wicked hand, or chance, ogain laid waste, And wrought tho ruin o'er. Rut still her heart she kept, And toiled again; and, last night, hearing calls, I looked, and lo I three little swallows slept Within the oarth mado walls. What truth is here, O man? Hath hops been smitten in its early dawn 1 Have clouds o'ercast thy purpose, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 June 1843

MSTiUCT CONVENTIOxV.' In pursuance of tliu call of (ho District C.irnmiitt-e, tho Whigs of iho Third Con gtessionul District, by their Delegate, a scmblud nt tho Court llotnu in lluilingtoii, on 1 hnrsd.ty, the 8th .Iinir, 1810. Hon. tuMtiut, Aiiams called tho meeting to oriler; and the Convention organized by njipointinj; Hon, Itr.MAV At.t.HN, ... of Ihthngt'nM tudtnl. Hon. AfdfiTfM tli-icr, ,f I'rr.nklm, 1 " Joscru 't..vvr, " Chittenden, ! fin ' iuc Ciiiv-5t.-.v, " Addn.ni, i PmUtntt. " Wu. t.. Sovvlcs. " Ur.lsle, j HSWIY I!. STVY, .'tertiary. IlAnvev licit., ) V. I'ntiriw, t.UtUUnt StertUvitt. W. K. Pitr.Lra, i wrucred tn.it tliu hecrotartcj mako n list of thn tie legate: in attendance. Mr. Adams introduced tho following reso lution : JiM''J--Tli.l eomni'ttc of llirf- fiom each titvn bTa.sid.on-heii ir.vi-.tion .if tlm s-vcral towns, for thep'iipi"n of selcelirigi e.tndi lite for Cni;re.s, mul lint rich town In; entitled to three totes in a:d committee. Tin-q it-Mi hi of ciiticur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 June 1843

Communication. Dote andatc, canaglta berrtltina, " Senra ordiimnza e s'nza tUsclvlina I" Mil. EniTon ; Having in some of iho profuse pages or chronicled roiiinncc, tend of buoIi things as Bards, Troubadours and Knights, wlio in pood olden times would nssut their claim to tlio faVnr of their "I.adjo love by deeds of valour, and would charm tier rosy bower by tlio dulcet tones of llio Inspiring t.yro or soatlia her slumbers by tlio sjt, sued slrains of tlio moonlight serenade, having, I sirewJ of such things, I had formed some vague idea of the enchantments of chivalrous nge. Of Ihcso enchantments, however. it must be confessed my conceptions were very vague, until In : t night when I became illuminated in my ro tnanlieloro bylhovcry delicato homage paid to the Ladies of the Seminary by some of tlio "preuxchova liors" of this village, in tho fashion of astronado quite unique of its sort and which differed lolocalo from my placid and pleasing imaginings on (lie sub joct or serenades an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 June 1843

'He touched hishnrp.and nations licnrd, entranced. From the Louisville Journal. MAY. Oh this is the beautiful month of May, The season of birds anl of flowers, The young mid the lovely ore out of tho way '.Mid up-springing crass mid the blossoms at plsyi Oh many a hentt will be Imppy to-day. In this beautiful region ol ours. Sweet April, the frail, the capriciously bright, Itnlli nrissrd like Ihclnvrlv nwnt'l Yet wo mourn not her abence, lor swilt at her fligtit Sprang forth her youiifi sitter an angel ol light, And fair as a sunbeam that dnzzlcs the sight, Is beauiiful, beautiful May. What scenes of delight, what sweet isions eho brings, t)f freshness, orglidncss,nnd miriii, Of lair sunny glides where the butter-cup springs, Of cuolguslung fountains, of rose-tinted wings Of birds, bees, and blossom, all beautiful things, Whose brightness rejoices the earth. How fair is thn landscape o'er hill tnp and glade, Wlnt swill-varying rolois arc rolled The shadow now sunshine, the sunshine ...

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