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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 October 1846

, ... . lfjn AlgLj WELL FOUGHT BATTLES. (fcp-Our Armyagain Victorious. Storming of Montcrcy-.Forts taken by tho AmcrlcangEncmy's Guns turn ed upon hlmoolf Tho Bishop's Palace Stormed. Caiiitnliition of Aniiinlia-.An Armistice. Unity .Uomotnnd.i ol operations or tho Amcricnn Army hcfoio Monterey, from the lvili toimhHepl. Corrc.(ioiiilciice of the Kxpress. Wasiiiniitun, Sunday L'rcning. On the I9th, Gen. Taylor arrived before Aluiitc rey ith a force of about tiUOU men. After recoiinoitcritig tho city at about 1600 or ltiOO yards from the Cathedral Fort, during which lime he vas fired upon from its batteries, his force as encamped at the Walnut Springs, three miles short of the city. This was the nearest position at which the army could obtain a supply of water, and beyond the ene mv's batteries, The remainder ol the Mill was occupird by tho Engineers in making reeonnoisanccs of the city batteries commanding the heights On Ihe 10th, Gen. Worth was ordered with his illusion to move by ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 October 1846

w.i glfltltttUtUMl SCJliTVtWCUt. Bnck Wheat. Many farmers, from not being acquainted with tho maitagcmenl of this grain, often permit It to remain too long in the field. In some, cases it is not cut till so much of it is ripened that tho process of mowing and getting in is necessarily attended " with heavy loss. As a general rulc.it should be cut when two-thirds of tho grain is fully ripoj and, ,whcn practicable, before I ho advent of severe frosts. By following this rule, e not only economize a large amount of tho heaviest and besl developed grain, which the action of severe frost would "shat. tcr," but wo also save, in addition, a very consider able proportion nf that which is iininatureil, and which, it exposed to the direct and powerful action of this principle, would bo u total loss. When cut at the period above specified, tho succulent and juicy slate of the haulm will cause the unripened gram to till almost if not quite as rapidly after b ids cui, as, unuer tne most lavorable...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 October 1846

-.iJ,,l I. I..I-J lla . s-.-affc.. 1 Jfamilii Kctuspapcr, Ocuotc D to Politics, fyomt Snbnstni, Ncius, Stigua Uuvc anb (general 3ntt lligcncc. VOLUME XIII. IS 15 ATTLEBOKO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, IS 4G. NUMBER 9. run li she i) evert Thursday by WJI. 13. KYTIIEK. 0 P F I C E o. WHEELER'S STONE ETILDIMJ. Tinn To tingle tabteribers, $J,00 yetr. To Com plines, and to Ihote who pjy in advance, a liberal divour.t New York Business Card. TO MBUCHAWTS. CUT THIS OUT AND PUT IT IN YOUR POCKET. The undersigned call rour attention to their STOCKS rrnnna rui .e.na ,.. si.- i - t si firorable any olhtr rfUblithmeolt or thp kind in the Lily of Nen York. Their stocks are new, and purchased ezpreeily to sail the uanls ofMrrclianls in y&arportiou at Ihe coantry, and nothing shall be wanting on their part to pae both old and new.cttstomeri. StriixssR 19, IblG. I'l v,'"" ""' 1IALLOCK, HILT. Sc CO., Wholesale dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dar Goons, 173 Prart strerl, one door sbore Pine street Cbar...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 October 1846

ft .iUU-IMB process. In cnsc, however, thia remedy or any oilier should to fixed upon, I would respectfully suggest the propriety of making it prospective only in lis operation. It is true that a provision for a new snd mote effectual moJo of recovering tack usurious Interest, inasmuch as law was violated in taking it, could not strictly to regarded as attach ing any new penalty to an offence after it had teen committed, lint It is crcr desirable to avoid dis turbing past transactions entered into with duo re gard to the estimate which the law, cither express ly or impliedly, lias placed upon them. And as in this cue tin; statute teems almost to sanction the taking of usurious interest by tho utter inadequacy of its provisions for preventing the practice, con tracts, made under the law as it is, might be re girded as having received a guarantees almost equivalent to a plcdgo of public faith, that they should never be called in question. Whether this view of tho subject, however, be ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 October 1846

VERMONT PIKENIX, Cotrppoinlcncc Of the TbrrnU. Mt rctirR, October 15th. Mr. rWititK The tlm of tho t.fyt.Nt-ir.? up to ih prevent date hu been prelur moth ocrerMr-i 11 cflrctiaf tft frrganilUlon, In the ip pomtment of Coo at; m) IVttnta tfirm, selection of Standing i r7ifnittei, intraritfttlmi or bill. Sl in short, thf lma done little more than It on t.. wk of Um sctston. Ttm ameuftt of b'iftci to come b fV.fr the LefteUUlf , eMrdmf to preaeflt in.ii morn .will beoo'toi mj (ntU,ent9t)nljr nt cut look foi an sdji'uroiDeat at n eirj tiir. The projett for remodelitr; the JjJtcurjr Svitem is tl.e fre.il qaestion of tin rettion, end i now uadf rgtHRg a thorough eiimimtin br the Jtwiciirj Com mitt", composed of Mr Miner of Manchester, Mr Russell of IWlinjton. Mr Tjler of Bratileboro, Mr tlarrinffton of Middle- twn,anJ Mr Jones of Chelsea the last two be in; the leading I.ncofocos In the Itouie. This committee, jon are aware, is the most important sihl influential of all the committees, an...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 October 1846

mtt ' mmmMmt- Save Your Peach Trees. A gentleman informs us that for llio last fow years tie haincr'cf lost nsinglo poach trco from the (form, which is nearly the only great enemy the peach has to contend with hero except the supincness i of man, and the eiilpiblo neglect growing out of that su- ft linenesi II" manner 01 procccuing as mum., i. rwmn ihe drill from around the body ol his trees and then puts a quantity of air-slaked lime around tle tree, aim reiurns 1110 uiri iu in pmcc. It is the work of unly a few minutes, the expense is trillin?, and us he ssys the prevention certain. Any means which will protect the peach trco from its worst enemy must be valuahle, and wo entreat thoso who Itavo trees, by tho lovo they bear to this delicious fruit, to try this simple experiment. It is easier than the common practice of examining the trunks twice a year, And removing all gum togeth er with tho grub with the point of a knife und then washing the part with hot water. Tlicro is no dif ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 October 1846

wiipM:njawifiini laSfeWt MM ITS :i.fT 5t JTamilji Newspaper, EDcuotc & to Politics, ,omc Subnstoii, Kciajs, Stigrkn Ituve ana tncral Sntc lligcncc. , .-H" wH,. volume 'xni. li RATTL.BHOUO, THURSDAY, OCTOIIER 291 8 4G. T - -K"::!i iiii j: r..-r!a"3f PUnLlSIIKD EVEHY THURSDAY BY WW. E. UYTIIRK. DFFIC E So, 8 ffllEELER'S- STOXE BDILDIXIl. Terms. To tingle nuWriber , 'it0Q a jror. To Com ptnioi, and to llioae who pajr in aiiranec. a liberal discount mill bo made. Business Cards. p. SIMONDS, HAICriCTUHlR a tin Util.tR lit Ladies1, Gentlemen's, Hisses' and Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, HALI.'H IIUII.DINC, NEAnLYOl'TOSlTn SMITH'S STAOKIIOUSK. R. BILLINGS, rM7J3kJM3tL.9Ce9JtS. 9 (has nKMorxo to IliLL'l Loxa BUILD. G, ONE lOOH Ot-TII or tub roir orncKi vr itair,) BRAT'XLGROnO) VT. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D,, lloiucojiathic & Hjtlro'iathie Physician. Elliot Street, Brattleboro, Vt. E. MART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, RKATTIiEHOKO, Vl. (13) S. PI KB, OPPOS1TB TIID PIKKNIX IIOUSK, BRATT...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 October 1846

like a soft misl below her graceful waist. Other ornament aho woro none ! yet omUl fine forms, robed In velvets and alln. flaahine with gems, and flow ere, and feathers, sho seemed a spirit of a purer apherr, and was decidedly the belle, or goddess of the gar aaloons. " Do you, sing Miss Meek !" Inquired the rich and fashionable Ahr Goldby, na Miss Grand arose from tho piano. "Oh yes," alio replied, laughing, " Iaing like a wild bird, but I do not play, or make musio scien tifieally." By this time she was the center of an expectant circle, all eager for the song ;'and she without a shadow of embarrassment, sang tho Ettrick Shep ard, "Bird of tho wilderness," to a wild sweet air, which tho sky-lark himself might have paused to bear. It was perfectly enchanting, and tho free, full soul of native melody, and the manner in which he gave tho line "Oh I to abide in the deacrt with thee," was inimitable. "What a paragon this elegant little niece of yours ia," remarked Mrs Lo Grand to Mra G...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 October 1846

(clf-posscssion, energy, anil wilh tho greatest kind ncs.. Tho passengers were safely landed. Tlio news of this disaster reached Dounpatrick nnd Ihe sur rourniing neighborhood early cn tho following morning, and the sput was crowded with anxious spectators. From thr European Times. Tho food prospects oftl.o country form a subject of anxious controversy. The failure of tho potato crop is not regarded ni gwiVe so hoaij n calamity as it was n short lime back. Tlio fine autumnal weather we have been enjoying during the last si or eight weeks, which appruaches tu its mild beauty to the Indian summer ol America, has had tho ef fect ofarrcsting the progress of the potato disease. Indeed, it is said that many beds of I ho esculent in both islands are recovering, in consequence of the weather, from the disease under which thoy haro been labouring. Statements to this effect appear in the provincial papers of each country. Still the fact is undeniable that a largo portion of the peo ple s ioou...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 October 1846

I i Manurb. It is well known that In a cloto sta ble, whcro thcrcjare. a good many horses, there is a very pungent smell affecting tho eyes and nose, mora narticularlr when the atablo is being cleaned out. This smell Is occasioned by tho flying off of ammonia, which is tho very essence and raluo of . mantiro, and uhich volatilizes or Hies on at a very low temperature even tho warmth of the manuro In a stable, will tend it oiT, and it goes off in great quantities by the common heat oilho manure in a farm yard, whether thrown up in heaps or not. There is, however, a very cheap and simple reme dy for this. Ilcforo yuu begin to clean out your statue, urssoiro some common salt in water j ira four horse stablo, aay 4 lbs. of salt, dissolved in two buckets of water and poured through the noso of a watering pot ovcr tho staVe Hour an hour or so be fore you begin to move tho manure, and the volatile salts of ammonia will become fixed salts from their having united with muriatic acid of the c...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 November 1846

aV-KHKu fiMM V.tEIH.- i.-JB a 'eel -' JMM " " ,"B St JTamilji Newspaper, iUcuotc i io politics, Hjomc 3ttbnstvji, News, Stgrin, Itnvc mti (General 3nt lltgcnce. VOjLUME XIII. Ii RATTIJEKORO, THURSDAY , NO VE3IBER 5, 18 4G. 'KjMBERrT. iMpf-. -' - - i" -ii.iMi ' - i i Bin ii hi 1 aw hi im i iiw jmaasw, - aBP r 70 WK ' J1- - - 11 1 ' i - . I HI ... ,,. I .,. I Business Cards. 1. SIMONDS, XKurAcitntn ami ntAitii m Ladies', Gentlemen's, Misses' anil Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, UAH'S 1IUILDING, NEARLY OITOSITE SMITH'S STAGE HOUSE. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D., Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattlcboro, Vt. E. HART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, (T?"NO. 8 GRANITE ROW,ri BKATTIiEIIORO, Vt. (IU) S. PIKJE, oipositg tiid ina:.vix iiousi:, IIRATrLEilOKO, Vt. E. W. PROUTY, AQEIIT For Adams' Worcester Dye House. Draltleboro, April 1G, 18-13. 31 DICKOTSON, DAY & CO. DEALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods; CHINA, CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE ; jLjnrti Wavt, (Kroccrfcs, fe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 November 1846

tlia opportunity, which the desired, of disproving its grave allcgslions. The Senato hid yesterday decided to Isy on ihe tible tho origlnil resolution In order to giro lime for consideration j ind he could co no reason for reversing the precedent In this much mora cogent cssa. The motion to lay wss then tiken, end wss lost bv a vote of 0 to 18, Messrs Bellows, Fifield, Har rington, Miner, Psge, Rich, Robinson, Smith, irid Vilas voting in tho affirmative. , Tlie question recurring upon the passago of ihe resolution, it was discussed at great length by Mr Cushman ill its favor,-s being marked with truth and propriety, and Messrs Vilia, Smith, and Har rington in the negatire, as containing gross error of fact which they could not giro currency to, as embarrassing Ihe action of Senators who could not conscientiously rote for both of its branches and ret were precluded liy the decision made from vot ing on each singly, and a containing within itself! paipaoic wcuiisisicucy in expressing ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 November 1846

I aUsw The East Side Railroad. Tlit two Kailroad comj.irj.6t on lh Cut tide of the Conn. Hrer met at Amherat ind Sooth HiHIffj on Tnesri Uat, ind erginlied. Th Itirnpthini and Franklin eompinj cfaoac tha following Director John Llnd and Chulei Adam, nfAmhmtj Iforaca Hen derton, of Sunderland j Johu S. Ward, of Montagu and Santo cl Towera of lladlejr. At aubicqimrtl meeting of tho Dirao tora. Hon. John Lei m l w choatn Treiadent, and John S. Ad ami, IU. Clra and Traaiurcr. Tha Director cliooert lir the Mt HolynVt enmpinT wen William Biwdoin, Alonrn Uirdwell. l.rutaiT Smith, Moe Montsgoeand Hiram Smith, all of Sooth 1 1 id ley. At aaobe quent meeting ftfthn iireetora Hon William llowdolawaicho ten Freud ent, and E. tJ. Bowdoin, F.iq Clerk. f A. Kdmrdi, of I'ltchhurg, F.nglneer on Urn Vr.and Mana. road, haa been appointed Hn?iiier, and eistorjtinn and iur vfTi preliminary to locating tha road will be cotnmoncei on Tueada neat. Kachnftha aboro companlea hold a meeting on Wedneada, Jiai....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 November 1846

ilJM.fl If appear to me unVrror exists In Iho mindi 6f some agriculturists, on the subject of deep plowing, opecl.ll in cultivating light aotlf, except where herily manured. 'The' prevailing opinion lias been, and probnbly still io a great extent obtain, that to ho a good far tner'or planter, it is neewsary to plow deep, without, reference to tho depth of tho aoif. Ve find crops dealgned for premium, uiualljr plowed deep, and ofcoursa manured strongly ; doubtless this is the beat method for that purpose. I hare invariably found deerr plowing on deep and rich foils to answer well. On alluvial soils (for example, on somo parta of the Mississippi bottoms,) by plowing deep, a rich er mould Is often turned up. A few fears since I had a picco of pasture sward turned over for a winter crop, plowed about three inches deep, sowed, and the grain harrowed In, and bushed smooth, which produced a good crop. An other piece of similar ground, a few rods distant, was broken deen. (about 8 to 10 inc...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 November 1846

1 t - V:' St jFamilji Newspaper, JOcuotc i to Polite, fijomc SiiDnstrji, News, S&tjua Itnrc ana (General 3ntt lltrjcncc. VOLUME XIII. B RATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 18 46. NUMBER 12. PUIlLISHBD-EVEItY THURSDAY BY wsi. 13. rythek. officeso. j wheeler's stoxe bdildixu. TtnXI. TO (ID .'In K'ltlicribl' r. 4i fill mvnar TV-, a",. piniei, inJ lo Uiom who piy in droce, a libcrtl discount win o intuf . Business ?ards. p. SIMONDS, ULivricTuncR ami dcai.cr is Ladies', Gentlemen's, Jlisscs' and Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, II A 1,1,'S BUILDING) .NEARLY OPPOSITE SMITH'S STAGE HOUSE. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D,, Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattleboro, Vt. E. HART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, 05" wo. s graniti: itoiv.rj) RKATTLEIIOKO, Vt. (13) S. PIKE, OPPOSITE TIIU PHCUMX IIOUSU, IIRATfLEBORO, Vt. E. W. PROUTY, AOEIIT For Adams' Worcester Dye House. Dnttlcboro, April IG, IB-IS. 31 RIPLEYS & TALCOTT, IMPORTERS & C03IJIISSI0.V MERCHANTS, HJUITFOIID, CO...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 November 1846

J3 Mi preparations they sold, nd consequently thero would bo nn inability upon their part tocomply with tho requisition of tho bill. Ho would prefer to hare the bill laid on the tablo Tor consideration. Moose. Tho bill making appropriation of $15,- 000 for the payment of the outstanding debts of the Slate Prison came up, when Mr Miner asked for a atatemcnt of.tho facts, remarking that he could not austain the bill without undcratanding the necessi ty of it; and Mr Harrington of M. concurred in these views. Mr Story, of tho committee, said that tho prison ewes about $1,900 orer assets: but of the debts due and balanced in the annual report by assets, the payment of $13,000 is required immediately, or before .the assets can be turned Into cash : it thus appeared that (lie object of this appropriation 'is to fay the debts in advance, anticipating a reali zation of-tho amount in future from tho assets. After remarks by Messrs Danforth, Stoddard and Harrington of M., on motion of the lat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 November 1846

STATU Or VERMONT. I!V Till! GOVEIIXOR, A PHOCIAMATION. The sun declining in more sounlhern laliludcs, (lie lulling of the forest leaves, with various olhcr incidents which now force themselves upon our daily observation, remind us thai tho jrcnr is draw ing lo its close. Anil a? no are ever prone to bo lorgeuui oi mo nann tnai teens us, ami tho power that sustains us, it is fit that seasons should bo eel apart for tho spcci.il purpose of recognizing our dependence upon tho Great "Preserver of men" and of acknowledging our obligations to Mini, who is constantly bestowing His blessings noon us in free and rich abundance. And as the incidents of Hie closing jear tbcniaclics invito us to reflection, there can be no more suitable reason than this for us to pause and survey the past to recall to mind tho mercies with vihich tho year has been crowned, and to render our thanks to Him who is the Giver of them all. For although n tribute of gratitude should daily arise from every heart for th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 November 1846

0&KKNkmm I "jpWBfci a58ajwiiiiw . dJkid , anvtcuUiiv.-a 33qmvtMcnt. A middling cow And a aooD cow. A mid dling cow will yield fire pounds of butter pet week, while i good cow will field ten. Now offer both of these for sale the middling animal being us Urge and handsome as the good one. How many purchasers, think )ou, will give fifty dollars Tor the one ralhcr than twenty-fire Tor the other 1 X,et us make a reisnmble estimate. It coats 930 a year to keep a cow, and the produce of a middling ono is worth thirty-sli dollars. Your cow earns you six dollars over and above the keeping. But your good cow earns you seven times six 1 She fields twice as much milk and hutlcr, yet the cost of her keeping is the same ns tho other. Her earnings arc seventy-two dollars ; and if you deduct Jicr keeping ($30) you havo folly-two dollars for her annual profit seven times as much as your middling cow ! Havo we made any mistake in the figures t T.et'i try again : Farmer A, keeps one good cow j fir...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 November 1846

a. ( . - '""Tit it. Miliito " 'ffuff.;''" ,IMB1 . r rfK JJIILL 11 LA . VOEUME XIII. rUilLISHED EVERY THUnBDAYUY 0FFICEXo.J WHEELER'S STO.VE BUUDlXli. i single uiucritxri. M.(Mmr. TV, paniea, and to tho.o who pay in advance, a liberal diaeouol win up ia&ue Business Cards. p. simojvds, MlKCriCTURtn 1511 UKAf.ER IN Ladles', Gentlemen's, Hisses' anil Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, HALL'S nVILDIHC, NEARLY OPPOSITE SMITH'S STAGE HOUSE. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT. M. D Ilomcojialliic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattleboro, Vt. E. II ART, FASHIONABLE TAIL Oil, BRATTLEnOKQ, Vt. (13) S. PIKE, OPPOSITE Till: PHffiNIX nousi: nRATfLEBORO, Vt. E. W. PltOUTY, AQENT For Adams' Worcester Dre House. Eraltleboro, April )C, 1845. 34 RIPL.EYS & TAL.COTT, IMPORTERS & C01UlISSI0i MERCHANTS, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. Keep constantly for sale, at as low prieet as can bt found at any market in the United Stalei, a cumplete assortment ol rRon, STXEL, riO 1BOK, TIRB BRICK, AHTIL8, TICE...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 November 1846

For an Instant Waller Clajton hesitated and then lie continued gazing earnestly Into her face, "Edith, liilen to me a Tew momenta, and I will re peat to you a tale that has reached my ear. And while I apeak remember, dearcat, that b ord from your lipa can explain the myatery to which I am about to allude." Then followed a narration of what had been im parted to him at Ada Luidof's party a year previ oui; and when lie had concluded, lie again be sought her to explain it all. Edith litlencd in si lence more than once her lip curled haughtily ,but when he paused for an answer she replied coldly "The explanation you ilcsiro 1 do not feci willing to gire it ohall nerer pass my lips, whatever the conscquenoe may be' "Oli Edith," exclaimed Clayton, in a voice ol extreme emotion. " you surely do not mean this I Remember, dearest Edith, the wholo happiness of my life is at stake oh 1 I beseech jou, consider well creyoutay that which will render me forover miserable" "If this misery be occasi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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