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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 April 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL -1, 1873. Local Wcalhcr I'.rport. 'fable showing mean barometer and ther mometer as oli;rv-cd at tiie Weather OWr- tati.in qffico in thi city, fortlieweek ending April 2J, I8T3 ; mean barometer, 29.702 ; mean thermometer, 31.17; mean direction uf wind, !outIi; total rainfall, Ml in.; maiimnm temperature, 2 p.m., OOlIi, 4G ; minimum temperature, 7 a. m.,27tli, 5 3 3. Geo. II. KLLEsr, Observer. Essex Jit.nctio.v. Hunter A Sbiland com inenced running their paper-mill again to day. Vebuennes Market. There were shipped from Vergennes, jesterday, lC9tubof but ter, 0,509 lbs.; 12 boxes and 5 bUs. cheese, 1,015 lbs.; 2 boxes eggs. - jlioct of an earthquake was felt in Al- burgb, lasting three-quarters of a minute, on Tuesday morning of last week, about lnlf past one o'clock. The Woodstock Port says " the Spring field .-Inge-driver is running a tri-wcekly stage. He comes here one week, and tries to get back the next." ( 'ounterfeit five ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 April 1873

The Girl who Llni Jfcxt Door. T ETgtL LTX5. "0: bappy dream! 0! holiday! BrirM 4j of aU the pit, Unmjniii r with tender summer llrtit. Too rnUof ion to last ; 0,,iwi a .hrou-h. the hue bun beckons mnnon, "I I. loyal slave, obey The -irl who lived nelt door. hwett e-UatlDe las bloomed tinoe then, lied maples filled and Sashed, Theii!chtinlei since then here sunt; Where coarser pounds were hnjhed. But ruddy Cash, nor blossom treith, ,vT,?r "lti Km? T,r r "IS em " "a I bs'.d Tlie jirl who lived next door. For her I ran the student's nee. For her I won the yriie. For love of her came home ajain To read her lorely eyes ; And when the stare went troop'.nzost, ll-iboorht my carel were o'er. And I need only ask to win The jirl who lived neit door. The summer ere jrew stran jely dark. The stars shone dim to mt, And roees withered at I saw, Be-wath the maple tree, , Myidol curled by an arm. That band and cbeTTon bore, A Midler's bride (I knew it all) The ;irl who tired next door. When wandenn...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 April 1873

Not a ttrei-t cavern, hoir with ditnp ami mou-d, Wficre 1 must creep, an J in the dirk ami cola -.T.-r tome awfiil iiicen--e at a shriue TiiaU tilth no wore di me Tii-in tbat 'lis tar Trow lifo, anJ stern, am! ..! Hut a Urlstit hill-top in thebrwxy air, t uii .: Uie luum.ns flv-liQMS. bijli aud clear, Ik 11 1 iua d.tub and drill! th pure Hi u.v. -te where wioda away i i.atli tliatOv-d would ena me, thlnin- wir. ' ' K. SMI, t Christian Luton. Hume. v.-d di ly tasks are done and tired bands L c t hand folded on the re tins knee, When Muri thuujhts hie leave to lo--o Uieir 1,an,ls , .- An-l w-in.it-r mer pait and future free ; WUvn - m bright of ke and hope ftild'.led, i,r n w-jrr e a fpark. or cowen Are . Oho ca"tlo fa -rer than the mt we build. Out blw-iii;inre than others we d wire j li..a. our home, wherein all waiting past totwitna stand tether, aad alone ; Our i.at'futtisk-work finished, and at bat L.,vv . perfect MeasedneMand pttMtnir own; Snuv 1 ttie nwt of safety and delight, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 April 1873

BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, APR. U, 1S73. ;. m.'vr.iiicT. iMiior. MloirKCTila. Tlie Huillnslon Tree Press, 1873. SPECIAL ISDCCESISTi TO flCBSCRI"M- To all who desire m Vermont Weekly, the Bc lisotoe Feei Press commends Stseiras one of lie oldest and the larast or tbe Vermont Weeklies, and e Srlt clEM family journal, rankln; with those of Ur;rer cities In the variety, ammmt End TElue of its contents. It is e larse sheet of tkirlrri' lo"Z columns, printed on new typo, End attractive In itl matter End "milMp." Amonj it. regular features Ere Careful, frank End fearless editorial discussions ofpoUis Liplcs, pol'""'1 social, commercial. End edocEtionEl. An edltoriEl resume" of the news of the week from the world Et Ur;. A weekly suinniaryor Vermont newt, from Ell the ConnUei. Interesting original correspondence from the great cities, the Welt End Europe. An Agricultural department, filled with valuable matter Tor the farmer, stock grower, dairyman End gardener. A column of fresh Religious Intelli...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 April 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, APRIL 11. 1873. Local Bratlicr fifport. 7 aWo showing mean barometer and ther mometer asob-scrvcil at tho Weather Obner tation office in this city, for the week ending April 9th, IS73 ; mean barometer, 29.011 ; mean thermometer, 38.2; mean direction of wind, south; total rainfall, .10 in.; maiimum temperature, 2 p. m., 9th, 44 3 ; minimum temperature, 7 a. m., 5th, 32 3 Geo. II. Ellert, Observer. There arc tine hundred vacancies in tho Naval Academy at Annapolis. The Charlotte Hotel will 1 run thi coming Mason by O. II. Alexander. Rutland Railroad scrip No. 3, sold at 84, at lloston on Saturday, and Vermont and Central Railroad stock at 01. I'ort Henry is agitating the matter of water works, and a hook and ladder com pany numbering orcr filly members has Im furmeJ. I'SDEEini i.. There lave 1-ccn fifteen deaths in I'nderhill since Xcw Years, which is considered a large mortality for that town. St. Ai.imns lti'TTEC Market. The mar ket....

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 April 1873

Ira)crml I'olator. Ha brother or sitter bo naked, and dertituteof dally food, mod one of 3 fa ur unto them, iNrpart In peace, be ye warmed nd filled; notwithstandluj ye rlre them not those thlnq which are good fur the body, what does It profit James li, llVlo. An old lady aat In lier old arm chair. With wrinkled visage and disheveled hair. And hunger-worn features ; For day and for weokj her only fire, Ai the sat there in her old arm chair, Had been potatoes. Bat now they are gone ; of bad c r rood Not one was left for the old lad 's food, Of those potatoes ; And she si shed and said. ' What shall I do I Vbere shall 1 send, and to whom shall 1 go Tor more potatoes." And she thought of the deacon over the way. The deacon so ready to worship and pray . Whose cellar was fall of potatoes ; And she said : I will send for the deacon to come ; He'll not mind much to pi re me some Of inch a store of potatoes." And the deacon came over as fart as he could, Thinking to do the old lady some zo...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 April 1873

Tli Wreck. Ttown, down, into the deep ' I nto tl! ocean's jaw?, Hifesmi with loamy lip, T. swallow the freighted ship. Like a Jamb in eagle's claws, lUirnt' off with one fell sweep ' 1 iwn. down, inUt the deep 1 Swift a tlie lightning glare. In the Mack midnight air. Came the jrat throe of pain. Torn, with the cruel rock, Ilent, with the fearful shock ; freaking in ctery chain , Cordage-rope e napped In twain ; Down, with agonized leap 1 I own the unlathomed deep : Where are the loved we knew! The gentle, the brave, the true Lip- we were wont to klsiT Tuner we shall ever miss! Hearts that were ye terday our? lead like the morning flowers. 'Neath tbo remorseless ware, fcwiftly is cleft their grave. At midnight was heard cry ' The bridegroom draweth nigh ' (in 3 e, our Kin; to meet Forth, in the night and fleet Forth, without prajemrstsy ' Past if the time t pra ." Oh. let sweet mercj draw The veil in trembling awe . .'e throbbing .-pints rcj-U And whimper. " Tliey are Meet. F!- wold ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 April 1873

li 8 if THE BUKLING-TON, VT. , FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 18, 1873. he Jrcc press. BURLIXGTOX, FKIDAyTaPR. Is7l3. . iiili:iiot, iMitor. i-kom"i:ctiis. Tlip Riirlinztoii Trrc Prc I87S. SPECIAL I5DDCllCXn TO EriTSCRTBEIIS. T all who desire Verraeat Weekly, th Ec- umgtoy Free ras casuaends Itselfascae oldest ac4 the lar-nat the Vmt Weeklies:, and as a Erst class tamily oornal, rul with thowof larger ettiet; la tlx variety, amtmot and raise a Its enUeta. It ! alarse sheet of tMrtjmx ion? eolusaas, priotM n hi trp, and attraet.vc in its matter acid "make-up.'- .moo; its rejalar matures are : Careful, frank east fearleM ed.vorial diMsakn cfpoMlc topies, political, social, commercial, and educational. An editorial maaf of the news of the week from the world at larjre. A weekly s tuntaarr of Vermont news, from all the Count! ei. Intereetiac original correspondence from the sreat citle-, the Wert and Earope. An AFrievltnral department, filled w.th valoatile matter lor the firmer, ttoc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 April 1873

local Weather Report. 'fable showing mean barometer and ther mometerasoWrvedat the AVeather Obser vation offico in this city, for the week ending April 10th, 1S73 ; mean barometer,"59.37 mean thermometer, 41; mean direction of wind, north; total rainfall, .71 in. maximum temperature, 2 p. in., Ilth, 53 minimum temperature, 7 a. m., ICth, 35 Geo. II. Etixsr, Obmer. Tbf Coming Fuurtb. INVEILIXO or THE STATUE OF ETHAN ALLEN. AX IMPOSIXQ CELEBRATION IX TKOSrECT. Our renders are aware that a marble statue of Kthan Allen, which is to surmount the tall granite column over thegrarcof the revolutionary hero, in Green Mount Ceme tery, ha been approaching completion, in Italy, du ring the past year. It has been thought proper to mark its elevation to its place, by a formal inauguration, presenta tion, and unveiling of the itatue. Gover nor Convert, on consultation, approved the proposal that the occasion should par tike of the character of a State celebration. and designated a committee of cit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 April 1873

8tto Jrcc fgrcss. BUKLIXGTON. FRIDAY, APR. 18, 1S73. . c. RrannicT. Editor. TEKKIBLE lndtax IIAGE ! OUT- VILLAINOUS TREACHERY JIODOCS. OF THE ATTACK UPOX THE PEACE COM3IISSIOXEBS. Murder of General Cauby. PEACE COMMISSIONER KEV. DR. THOMAS ALSO BRUTALLY MURDERED. Cominisio""- Jlcacliam 3Ior lally Wounded. IXTlI.'VSi: KXCITEMKXT THltoriill- orr Tin: coc.vrnv. A DECISIVE INDIAN POLICY TO BE ADOPTED. Battles with Apaches. Yrek. Cal.. Atiril 1210 p. m. Tho .wtt nr tliA hfimlilft massacre of Gen. Canby and Commissioner Thomas has cauf-ed a doom over the entire cominnnity, and great excitement. An intense feeling exists that the Modocs should now receive the nnnUmmt thf-v richly ilerve. and that not one should be left fur this terrible II. C. Ticknor. lio brought the official ilnntchcs. left headquarters at 0 p. in yesterday. He said that orders had just been issued for an advance along the whole line at 4 a. in to-day Tiie plan was to ad- LiwK- takin-f evervtbinl as they nent, liaving wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 May 1873

The Captain of Xorthflrrt. So often is the proud dcd done IIv ir.ru like ihia t duty "e call i S. many are the honors won Hy tbem, we cannot wear tliera all ! They nuke the heroic eonnnonplac, Ad.1 dvmz thus the natural way , Yet hi our worM-wtde Kaslbh raw I'uuotded l' tbat duth to-dj ' It bring the tbousLU that litlu thin -t To anchor &-t where billow roll ; It ttlrf us with a rrne of wins That f trite tv lift the earthiest soul. Lure was new, and lif co rweet, Hut at the call he lelt the wine And fjran; full-Ft stared t lite feet Reepensh e to the touch divine. Nay. dear, I cannot pee on die. For me, I have my work to do I y here. IKwn to the Ixat. (iuud-bj , liud blew jou. I tbill we it throujh. w- n-ad. until the virion dlnu And dnrnriM ; but ere the pane i past, A i J of triumph overbrim, Ami breaks with Uht from hear en at UtL TliP-a'xh all ta-e liiaelnepf of the nifiht A l"f? atrWBS frtoi wut the jtfown ; II - .tlln1 spirit holds the light Tlut e Umes till Mfht Is v ereo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 May 1873

BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, .MAY 2, IS73. . . IIIMlinlCT. CJIlor. The Indian Question. It is a hard thing to find the Modocs, w hen they choose not to be found ; but it is a harder thing to find the truth about them. Utterly contradictory accounts come to us. from apparently equally reliable sources. The New York Independent, in a leading -i:tar!1 in its last numlxr. gives a con densed history of the dealings of the whites with the Modocs, the substance of which is ..s follows : In 1SGI a treaty was entered into between the United States and the chief, of the i.-i-.i. A Indians, and Schonclnn and three others of the Modocs, who repre sented a small potion of that tribe, by which they agreed to cede to the United States all the country claimed by them, and, in lieu thercot. to accept a pomon 01 cuuu ,. i,,., ns Klamath Reservation. Cap- ...- t.rl- nnd four-fifths of the Modoc tribe refused to recognize this action of their chief, and the treaty was not ratihed .U;ml railil 1RTO. Klamath Rese...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 May 1873

Local ncatnrr Report. 'table i-liowins mean barometer and thcr- mnmnter as oWrvcd at the i cathcr Ulxr tation office in tin city, for the week ending April 30th. 1S73 ; mean forometcr, 29.60 mein thermometer. 40.5 s ; mean direction of wind, north; total rainfall, .01 in inaiimum temperature, 2 p. m., 30th, C2 minimum temperature, 7 a. m., 2jth, 37 Oeo. H. Kllert, OlKcrTer. Lake Duninore i free from ice. The Champlain canal will be ojicned on the ljthofMay. The firt early lilovoms of Arbutn have made their appearance in tho woods. IrasUurgh voted almost unanimouily to bond in aid of the Jlontpclier, Hardwick and l.lark Riter llailroad. In -ome of tho eastern tow ns of Lamoille ounty the Weighing continues good. Tiie Vermonters who are stopping at Jacksomille, Florida, are eating bhekber rii-a. green pea and strawberries. The Harlem Kxtenion railroad company are putting in this tyring considerable new imn and many new tie, and otherwi-c get ting their road in good shape. Hi ntivctov ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 May 1873

PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY ti, l7d. THE BUE1INGTON, VT. FREE licit. BTBJSETZIIET. "Oh! aarcie, taat I may reasreT ? .ren-Eta l re 1 s fencesDd be w wore.' P. xxxix. IX FnM up tlvrliatuid. a j- weary mkA, Sit nm teatac & way ! Thau host at last a titae to rest, Ai i .natetiday. TJiv l.nrerins life of weariness, Thy Lax of t..l and taara, A .'Uli- space may rraat lb jnc To overcame thy lean. A br'jht access of patisstt peace. Not rapture, nor delight; Bat even a ound4 of IsWr eeasc Berore tlie hush of nlfxd. Or ft the storm that all day lonr Hat wailed, and raged andwypt, Nor ecaw-d it force dot h ir zv it ere. While slow tht clayl.:'.! (', Rot uddenlv, tefre IV -un Drops down leh nd ti h Us A ler. calm shinjir .ri- the cloud And til the ether flDJ- Ot ns the Fweet and sttstl.a.-t -bore T- them that saitodtht sea . Or li'.metetbem that I thenar Or It-are capt.vity. L ke an ch.ld that Of e- telf On m t her -breast to sleep, V rd. M me 1 e a Iittk wh le, 7 ll -iuiij!t rowetii deep S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 May 1873

I (.'Mild Mcnal. TVo low whistles, QMlnt ind clear, Tbti was th ijml the I,,f' ... . TUat was the tl$usl that Uultd, 'tis taU iiae to his wife at lVovMence, A throuchtho sleepioz town, aud thence. Out En ttie nizht. On to the light, IWn pan the Cinna, lying white, ho tpcU At a husband's sn.-ot.ns. want n tiVul.t, Y-t tt the woman lookinijuut. Witching and wsltln-, no eerensde, Ijotc pong or midnight roundelay M)d hat tbat whistle noetned to say To my trust true So lore to you! Wrk m? or waltin Z, ood night ! it said. Brisk ouns barmen, toari?ts fine, Old commuters alvns the line, Jiralemen and porters glaneed ahead, mfled as the signal, sharp, intense, Pierced through the shadowsot INhy Wd "Nothing amiss Nothing! it Is Only Guild calling ls wile," they aald. Summer and VfinU r, the old refrain Kang or the billows of ripening ?raln. Flew down the track when the red leares turned Like living coals from tne engine poriKi , S.ing as it flw . " To our trust true. First of all Put Good ni...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 May 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT-, FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 9rJ 1873. mm. KUliLINGTOX. FK1DAY, -MAY !. 1S73. o. :. ki::vi:iict, i:jior. Tic CliEBJf or Control or (be II. Central. The organization of the new Central Vt R. K. comnanv. la-t week, and the coming transfer to it of the lines, lca-es, property and franclii-os or the Vt. Central, i-P" hiM the lno-t important railroad trans action that Iras crcr taken place in this State. An we have stated, a majority of tho stock in the new, company has been taken l.f the capitalists win) own the New York, l)i-ton .t Montreal Koad. This is a name that i-likely to be more familiar to our ermont readers than it has been. Some thing orer a year ago, wc believe, wc copied -,n extract from the letter oralscwlork Correspondent, pointing oat the fact that it needed only the construction of two short link- of railroad, between pieces of road i 'ready built in the counties of New lork ca-t of the IIud-on,togivc a new northand - .utli line, between the Harl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 May 1873

THE BURLING-TON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY 9, 1873. TCESPAV AfTKRN'OOS At 21 p.m. Mr. Davenport Iwgan his s-neeeli SIB. IU.EN1BT S SPEECH, r.Vntlpnirn nf the committee, I rcjrrct tha I can fumi-h you so little aid in arriving at jut conclusion. Perhaps lam wrong in attempting an argument. -My friends on the otner wJe tell you that there is nothing that justifies investigation. You have been told that there wa nothing 10 caa a eiouii on thc-e trustees. They doubtless lelieve it to lie true, fir they are honest and con- 4-iention' men. 1 he human mind by pon dcring on what is falc often comes to lelicve it true. It is likely that I may make mUtakeas to some of this testimony. Wi-auno man can retain Fuclia masof tr-timony in hi- mind. I am alone while the i-.uin-el on the other Fide are legion. Iut il I make mi-taken I trut the committee will 1 tehe c it to be through no intention It for jou fir-t to Ascertain the position of l ho trustee- and manager, and officers of the C...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 May 1873

I L ' ' TSE BTJRLING-TON, VT., FREE . PRESS, PRIDAY ZlOTLlslNG, MA'S- 9, 3.S73. w . , i i tVr'.r Grovraa old avicetlicr. SbB HBr ! Ne. loom tare bridle . Caxetler the -alianl rid f Wei Hie eye .tat rrown aim anattncertiia, t rerratlen Lis olden-time speed IWxaeta&ry haloes im crer WftBs fBtrarfcti tbt are ricredly dear b 1 asoatAifcm imi lsrrer to tabo- Aiid hallow that pledge Wltaatear tepeees M ol tiizt m-nuM u- 11c stood mil eo paueetrr wmtUtu BvtMnMtacfeK!NrUtn5 . While 1 held band Attn alta.- Ana vw wuiu iBeatiiid on hurt- 1 irar.. vxetri see tbe ever aed - faHiunei tnr SHruvnin Aahr vml ihe committee on tract cause reriortea j the Utter by lUack Jim and llookicr Jib. I tltat $050 was raised dtrrinr; the rear $37 Uits:rvui AM raneSinM w., ft hen far aped ai: ttnr heme frees ii ' step had IBf Tne ZTac of A' m oeseeduY ' 1 oward tbe o : 11.1. tine t lirourhl chat ' K" .nrTnw aeni L a, Kim o1 - :. I' 'It we M li-al wa v rwt tbii- 1 In '"M 1.. iiieueowi. .- . I; cbaXuTe . uijj ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 May 1873

Tl Tnillii Arbutaa. BT KABCABETE.SASCSTEE. Kbererer lift the solemn plow Their fen-less braoehea hS. W-iererertbroush their ctittiljr l.oes Ixh.li9.iown the wlemnMy. Mull waken foon the daintiest flower Tt.it opeiu t the Sjrtn. Ere tura in ncstor tut; in iw.wfr The r jratefal tribute brin;. UTiert utter wow, weird an-1 . . In uthern forwta dim. When linger wreaths or snowy rjy O'er Northern hill-sides irriiii. When mornings break in Mne aud gtU And lender jowa the air. The Shy arbntas will unfold Its petals, clustered fair. A abtle sense of faint iierfuine. From dewy eecers flied, hhall hover o'er the lowly bloom, bo fain to bide ita head rrwn saiinjeyes; its waxen white A thought of rose shall flush, A- if, .o.e-litted to the light. It felt a na:den blush. Vet. T.raic and troe. the timid thins, lk-ncath its cradling ief, Nut once forget to keep Sjmn A trj sting ttrlrht and brief. AeiUlatWalUrbeni. Wito fparklins fT3" unj-eiried. It lit oils littte iiteeonteni, t uspotted from tbe w...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 May 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1G, 1873. Sfto $m vtw BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, .MAY 16, ;. ;. ritvi:iiit, i:.nior. IS73 A (hrlMlan Trace or an Indian Har. We know that Cooper's "Uncas, La: of the Mohicans" is not the type of Indian manhood we have to deal with to-day, J"' as we know that the average freedman of the Sooth to-day has neither the moral or men tal make-up of Touk-aint L'Oavcrture, just as we know that the average emigrant fromthc"G'reenIslcof the Sea" but faintly suggests the existence of "mute, inglorious' O'ConncIlis, Grattans and Currans. Yet thi fact need not make us forget that the negro was, when a slave, frequently treated with horrid barbarity, that the Irish peas ant has for more than seven hundred years been outrageously oppressed by his English masters. Nor need it make ns forget that brutality and rascality has usually been the white man's rule of eonduct in all his dealings with the red man : the one ex- ception in our past history being Wm ...

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