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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 29 January 1846

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. R.r. WALTON, IU., TiDITOH. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY JAN. !!!), 1810. TIIC OREGON question. Tlio following is llio resolution introduced in to the Scirito by Mr. Crittenden of Kentucky wo liced not add that lio is a lug all over : lUr. rtafTTKKDKk's resolution, in rcforonco tollio Oregon Territory, is expressed in tha following words ! ,,.,, Wherein), htf llm rnnvenllon concluded tllO 20tll day of October, 1818, between tlio United States oi Atnoricn nnd tho lung or mo uuuou iiuguuui of Groat Britain and Ireland, for tlio period of ten years, and afterwards indefinitely extended and contintiod in forco by unotlicr ennvention of the same parties, concluded on the Gth day of August, ISO?. It was nerccd thaLaiiv nart of country that was claimed by cither party on the north-west coast of . . . O.' .... l..l .. klninclnin. lllllTICtl, VU3l Ul IIJU OUHI UI aui-ftj it.w.iin.iij, commonly called the Oregon territory, should, to gether with its harbors, boys, mid creeks, a...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 29 January 1846

out of office, never will either propose or support any cliiitifio IntlioCorn Laws, unncconrpnnioil with m lint ho believes to bo full compensation to tliu landed Interest, through nil its gnitlationa. Whence that full compensation is to bo obtained wo nro ut terly nt n loan to conjecture, but it is no tnoro than nn net of Jualieo to tho late Premier, ns wo sup pose wo may call him now, to repeat it, that he nev er did propose, ns tho infninotis fabrication of tho Times asserted, nti unqualified repeal of tho Corn haws. Nor, ns wo firmly boliove, will ho ever propose to support nny sucli measure. Tills is most important, becauso whatever dilTorcnco has existed in tho Cnbincl ii.is boon merely n dill'ere.nco in de gree und not in specks, nnd therefore cannot ottend to tho Conscrvalivo party in cither House of Par liament. Tho Queen immediately sent for Tord John H113 sell, nnd commissioned him to forma now ministry. A ministerial intcrroniium of ten days followed, during which time n...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 29 January 1846

From tlio Amerlmn Agilrulinrlat. IMPROVED LAND. Having succeeded lioyond my most flattering expectations, througli tlio aid of tlio Agriculturist nnd kindred journals, in subduing a piecoof ground that was deemed almost nncoiirmcrnbin, I wish to give your readers a very few plain facts,vhich will show tlmt sustaining agricultural journals is a profitable investment. I commenced tilling tlio soil on own my book, quite young, and practically knew but littlo about it i and tbough I liavo bad my own ignoranco nnd tlio prejudice of otbors to contend against, yet I bavo already bintnd, and in tlio so cmo I will attempt to show, that I bavo accomplish ed something. I happen to know somo (arms where sotno of tlio best meadow lands is n scar on tbcplaco: hogs, briars, and wet places nuniina whero at Iea9t two tuns of cootl bav should bo nn nually cut to tlio ocro; and tlicn produce ns much fasturc beside, in two season, as it would previous y to any improvement. Now, I wish to attract partic...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 5 February 1846

CHM'AS VERMONT WAT T ATE JOURNAL. A. '.'fit -n BY 13. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEli, THURSDAY, FJ31UIUAIIY f, 181(5. VOL. XL, NO. 12. WHOLE NO. 2051, WA TC 1 LM A N fc JOUItNA L.'j'y KM " "" ,0 ,ny '; . I hymn wis ended and the preacher fo'o nml loaned TnitMSl-l.-0 n.l.H i.Iviiii-o, iSniirpivmcnlU not mult. Ilprtll lll cushioned desk to prny. The heads of i i .ilv.n- i utonn ul iyt clnro.l ftiim ilie o ul uf Hii-o.ir (, tnorp reverend pirl of llio congrciriitinn wero ... - i. ( I'OLVPRV ,' L'ivn nkvku sleeps. Lnr never Urp tlm nmtlict' fyo MoiuU y'cr lirr iljln? tur.iiit'n bed j And in thn ni.uln tlm moment fly, hi It- iltnlli croon on U noittloM tret J, l'tilnl imri ilMri'Mot, nlm ill nnd wcrpa, With liMtlng licmitl ftcc tttrcr itcrps Yi't cVii tli itt .id ntul fragile fufm l'or'-lt llif lumnlt tf her dro-Hl t J)i piit tin liorrum of lln norm. D't'tininl'iii'il nntiiri' rink to rctti I'm Vr tlioiii liuili nnoilicr fcrep lln in 1 1 tight walrli! tMtt titrtr ilerpf A roil ii I i1...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 5 February 1846

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. ::. If.. WAt.lxjiSf, Jit., tmTon. MONTPLLIEIt, THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 13 10. TUB OREGON QUESTION. Tho reader v111 find nbunilanco of interesting hitler upoiUhis exciting tuicstion, in tlio article from tlio London Times, tlio notice of Mr. Galla tin's views, rind tlio debates in Congress. It will lio observed that on Wednesday, Senator Miller Vofcrrod It) on article in tlio Union (tho organ of tho administration,) fnrorablo to peace. Senator li.Unncgan (Loco) immediately snid that this niticlo was not authorized by tho President. Tho Union subsequently said that tho urticlo was not author ized by tlio President, but yet adhered lo the views which Ihc article contained, That our readers may understand litis intimation, wo state that Ilia nrticlo of the Union is founded upon that of tho London Times, (copied in to-day's paper,) and contained these explicit declarations: "In proof of tho effect upon tho English mind, to widen wo have alluded, Ave call attention to t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 5 February 1846

bo no war, and bo far as I con learn, liis pres ent intention U to persuade the South that ire may have the whole of Oregon by the consent oj England if ice tcill yield up the principle oj protection to the British Government. Tlio wliolo of Oregon for us, nnd (i twenty per cent, tariff for England. That is tlio cry now, ami wc are told by somo of tlio Locos that wo ititlH cliooso between Tree Trado nnd n war, as the master spirits will compel us to nmko choice between tlio ono or the other. Dot of this moro anon. A. 1'. Express. Youn "Hnmsn President." That portion of the people of the Frco States who bcliovo in the necessity of Protection to labor nrnl industry, hut who wcro deluded into tlio support of James K. Tollt for President by Knno Letters, &c. wcro told that thero was a larpo interest in this country as sociated and allied with Hritisli interests, and that that interest was using tho utmost of its power to secure his election becauso they know ho would if ho could, in...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 5 February 1846

'rliB MODEtiAUM op oino. ' The moJol farm of this Stato contains 100 ncrcs, frfi of which tuo well cleared, anil tho wholu undor fonce. GO acre rf embraced in one enclosure, nnd thli Irtclrtdcs nil tho arable and meadow land upon tho farm. Tho buildings are nil of stone, heat, dnrablo and commodious. Iho dwelling w hot large, liufcapicioiu enough for Vho uso of tho family and a room and a bed or two for an occa sional friend. Tho kitchen and stables aro suppli ed vilh ivator from the samo pprinp. No stock but liogs and sheep are permitted to graze. Tho cit "tlo and horses aro constantly kept in Ihoir stalk fcnd arc always in good order. The cows aro at all limes fat enough for tho butchers, and tho growing stock nt two years old attain tho weight ol ordina ry steers at four. During tho summer they aro soil ed, with green food, consequently 120 acres in grass is sufficient to keep four horses and ten cows uiili their offspring until tho young flock aro ready for tho market at thrro o...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 12 February 1846

o 1MONT WATCHMA TATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, TIIURSD: VOL. XL, NO. 13.--WHOLE NO. 2052, El "WATCHMAN & JOUJtNAL. TERMS-SI 51 ci1i In ndv-iniri SI 00 If payment I. n''t maita in advanca i Inloto.l alwoya cliitijeil from the end tnno )" POETItY. Tiin FARMER'S WINTER SONG. Tlir-ro l a I lino llio i mm '"HI1! Pur nil ililns" I" 1,0 ,lo" ' ,, To ilov, lo row, to rcnn m foil SueceMiio iPonfl on. Tor pIsMUtc loo. In flowery fnrlnf, In fruprnnt Mimnieri nte.. In fruitful iiutumn'i" ji'llnw IielJ, In wlnlclV evening talef. Ami ilioujli die fmldi oro lil.ick nnd drear, The latent' tcnluru Rone An I all li nttlitrail, cold on J iro, In g tnlen, fiol.l nn I liwn, Tliem'e noimtlilnj! left nnd much lo cheer, Anil cliarm die I'mmer'a heart, for wintry wind, to linrreil bono, Oient l-illuenec ImJit. Ami wlillo lie ilcivi llio drlfllns mow, Ami trend, tlio frozen rarlli lie Iim nt homo III gnrnrra full nd aocinl blaxhn: hearth l Ami thus ho inz ulnite'ir pertode Tim eiir...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 12 February 1846

WATCHMAN & .1 OURNAL. r p. WAiroN, jr., uniTOu. MONTl'l'iLlKR, TIIUHSUAY, FEB. 12, 1810. TUB TARI FF IMPORTANT DOCUMENT. As soon as the long talk about Oregon is ovor, It 19 expected that the war of tho administration agninst tho Tariff will bo commenced, tinder the load of tho Secretary of tho Treasury Ex-Sena-tor Walker of Mississippi. Tho following extract from n letter, written by Hon. Abbott Lawrence of Boston to Hon. Win. C. Hives of Virginia, graph ically portrays tho results which will follow from tho policy of tho administration, if it shall bo adop ted. It is an able production, and from tho power ltl influence which it tit least ought to havo upon tho public and the public's servants, at Washington, wc do not hcsilnto to call it one of the most im portant documents which has been produced dur ing this extraordinary season of exciting public questions. Bosto.n, Jan. lOlli, 18-lfi. Mv Dcaii Sim 1 stated in my letter of tho 7th, that I should write to you again, upon tho...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 12 February 1846

CONQltKSS. Satumut, Jan, 31. Tho Senates did not sit to-day, Homc. Conimiiiiictitiuns from the Wnr Depart ment were received, transmitting n compilation of the pension laws. Motions wero mado to p'int 5,000 and for 10,000 copies of tliu report. Several rneinbrrs participat ed in n doliate on this subject, nnd a final decision was tmido in favor of printing 10,000 copies. Tlio bill to limit and regulato pay of Collectors or Customs passed n third reading. Tho Oregon question was next taken up. Mr. A. Johnson, of Tenn., is spcnliing with ve hemence in favor of giving the Notice, nnd is at tacking Air. llayly for misrepresenting Mr. Adams position. Mr. llayly has twice interrupted him for explana tions. , . Mr. Johnson has told Inrn, in Ins face, not to sliake his head nnd frown on him, for Ins frowns contained no terrors. Ho had bettor, said Mr, J., frown nt his slaves and bondsmen. Mr iirti.li linrnmu vcrv much excited and exhib ited a good deal of ire. The equanimity of his temper g...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 12 February 1846

lMpnovr.Mr.NT or CiAvr.r and Sahdv Soim. Old Dousaintrault knows a tlilnjr or two, (says Abraham Smith, in tlio Western Cultivator,) but ho has not salialleil tlio practical farmer how lio might supply tho defect of clay In sandy soil, and sand In clay soil. May I venture n hint in home spun languaijo? It 11 well known that thero nro certain vegetable matters that arc quickly decom posed, as (,'reon clover, green oats, &c.j and oth ers alow of decomposition, such a ripo timothy, ryo straw, .Sic. It isolao known that tho defect in san dy soils, is principally that the land lacks ndhosion, and is too quick a conductor of heat and air, wfiilo tho reverso is tho delect in clay. Ilonco the reme dy is indicated. With a clay soil, plow in hard woody substances, ns ripo timothy, and plow it the fall. On a soil that is sandy, lilow under green ma nure, nnil plow nt tho timo tho vcgclublo matter is fullest of sap; say clover in blossom or oats just iccinning to head. Chemists can toll why...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 19 February 1846

atchmaiT &st ate journal. VERMONT W BY E. P. WALTON & SONS, MONTPELIER, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1846. VOL. XL, NO. 14.--WHOLE NO. 2053. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. Iral0' or,,ll JuMUon ?f wealth may nngross his . . timo and energies ; and ho meets so many objects TKRM8 3160 naili In ndne! $5 0D If pivracnl li not mndo nbtond to divide his llttetltion that J 1 13 homo may lii nJvjnc) Intereilalivnji cinrjeJ from the eA of Inn jenr. . becomo only 111(0 llis boarding-house, SO tlint lioiv II.IIIMWIIIIH i miiwuiiiw -ff ' nvor linnlnnR.mt unpli n etnln nf nffli!ia ...... , l.n POETRY. Tor the Watchman end Journul. Mn. KDiionl Tlio following neral dcicrlpllon of Vermont U taken from a manuscript ol conildcrablfl size. IU appenrnnce In your paper wouM gmtliy a ftw nf your reirlcrs t GEOGRAPHY OF VERMONT IN lUIYMH. nnxniiAi nrcniPTiox. Situation, titunilaries, Jlttrnt, Face vf the Country, Statural anil Cieit D.eutun., $ c. Vermont' situation In Northern tloproo ltom-nrs Juit fmty-fiwi f...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 19 February 1846

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. 1!. ft WAh'IOXJj Jit , UOITOII. . ., 1 A - MONTIMILtBJl, THURSDAY, 10, 18KJ. THUTtRli'ioN OUESTION. Wo give to-day ilio correspondence recently communicated lo Congress by llio President, and tlit1 (Incision of tliu House To give the notice lo Great Britain t6 put nri end to llio joint occupation In Oregon. The State oP tho question Is now as follonsj ,! 1. Groat Britain lias nal'.otl for an oqttitablo divis ion of Oregon by tho arbitration of aomo friendly p-.wer? wliioh tho President declined. II. Great Brjtdln proposed n board of com in U mrnris lo eledei'c all Ihc questions in issue, Hit ques lion of title iitclimvc winch was nlso declined by tho President. Til. Tlio House lias voted for notice, so qualified ns i. el lo preclude negotiation. Tlio declination of the first proposition of Groat Britain, we nro inclined lo think was right e- jiougl: : but the refusal lo accede to tho Eecoud prop, oaition of Croat Britain cannot bo justified, excopt upon the g...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 19 February 1846

Fiui.ay, Feb. Oth, 18 ill. When Mr. Font of Vt. got tlio (loor, nliout 5 o'clock, ti inollon was inatlu lint tlio Coniiiiitico rue. This wis opposed by n lurgo majority, (!17 Ul lil,) but no qtiofmif voling, tlio Coiuimtlco ruau&inl reported iUolf without n quorum. A motion wis then nmlo that tho IJniun iidjoiim. Tins was nugnlivcd by a vote, lalioli by Yoas and Nny, of 'M to 71. 'J'liis Loitig n (Uoruin, tlio House again wont into GVnmiltco of llio Whole. Mr. Foot then addressed tlio Committee in fuvor of pracoiulo and compi'tunising principles. Ilo tlmiiM both countries could and rlioulil rccoiln Jro.n tlit'ir nojitlon tin this subjuct. mid that the matter would bo settled by tiiuttnl good fooling guiding nogociattotis on Una subject. Mr. Stnrkwoallier of Ohio followed in a very taking speech. Air. S. wont for tho Notice. It was merely car rjing out a Treaty stipulation which could not bo u c i use of war. Mr. Washington Hunt of N. Y. thru took tlio il-ior olid fpoho ably mid ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 19 February 1846

MISSOURI-TUB nhw constitution. Tlio United States Journal rivch o ''ntf Bynopais of tho principal features of ho now Con atitu ion lately lulopled bv n Convention d to bo submitted lor tho nuontion or re cct on of t o people. Much dissatisfaction prevails, o loam, in Sccouni of Fomo of its most radical provision,, but It will probably bo adopted It adopts tho principle of Vco Suffrage. No person can bo collector or holder of public money, unless ho pays overall monies previously co lected by him. No Senator or KcprMCntotivo to bo on pointed by tho Govornor tn any oflico during tho term for wMeh he was elected. Tho Assembly shall not have power to grant a divotco in any case. No private bill shall cmbrnco moro than Olio sub ject to bo embraced in it3 lillo. A duelist is pro hibited irom holding ollico under tho State. It also makes it tho duly of tho Legislature to provido thu mode and manner in which tho survivor of a duel, mid his estate shall bo rendered responsible tn, and bo cha...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 26 February 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIElt, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 18-1G. VOL. XL, NO. 15 WHOLE NO. 2054. W A 'IT I f AT A IV r T OTT IJ IV A T . (dark ; but missed it n littlo in supposing that "Old A 1 L iV ,)U U JtFI AL. Sivi;atn n9 tloy can,,,, m0) wollu uo t,IOUK,. . I MM.- 1.t .. !.. . P.. II . 1 . 1 II.il,. TERMS-91 50 euli In advance I 00 If payment i not made i " ukui mvus m ua nun ns uiuy , nmi u uuiu in u.lv.inco j. IntiTcU itlwayt clnr-jod from the cntl uftho year POETRY. From llm Knickerbocker. EPISTLE, ADDPtlLD TO A loUflO LADIf Jl'IT MARIUtP. On Matrimony' ficklia t heap thouVt ventured I'.irly j Tliottjli )oiniff In jenri It nny not bo Tliy burk l 1 mnclieil loo catly. Each vrh ofinino to beaten Ii lent, That en tho Murmy water Tliou'lt pi mo ii wife uVillent, Ai thou liail been ft daughter Ifctery ili of mine were AUt Ifctery Inipa were pletisure, Thou would'-it with him find happlncsi, And lie in thee it troanurcit Tor every wWli...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 26 February 1846

WATC I IIU AN & J OU UNA L I!. P. W.WVOS, JB , UDITOK. MONTPELtER, T1IUIISDAY, VF.O. 20, 1810, THE OREGON QUEvSTION AGAIN. During llio liast week wo Jiavo received loiters on tlio Oregon question by Hon. Albert Gallatin, n Idiot on tlio samo subject by Hon. Win. C. Rivos (mil an able rovif w of tlio Oregon corrosj.omlcnco In tlio American Review for February! thrco in tcrcstlng nnd fmportnnt iloctimcnts to every person "who wishes for candid discussions of this question Mr. Gallatin nnd Mr. Rives arc both of then able diplomatists j and the former lias tho advan tago of having been the pioneer in advocating llio claims of tho United States to Oregon. IIo began the investigation nnd discussion ho lias followed that discussion, with tlio sharp and practiced eye of nn old diplomatist, down to tho present timo and now at tho age of 85 years ho has given his viows to the country, in a series of letters mdicn ting that ho retains all his intellectual powers in extraordinary vigor. The...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 26 February 1846

A Ucsolntioti proposing tlio pro-pnyinonlof post ago wns introduced, ami another looking to tlio transmission of newspapers frco of postage. Also, looking to a reorganization of tlio Navy. Also, to tlio settlement of our ttfluirs with ling land, A Committee of five members wcro appointed, looking to Retrenchment of tlio War Department. Mr. IJavis, of Ky., ofl'ercd a resolution, requiring tlio Committee of Ways and Means to furisli tlio Clerk of tlio IIouso with a copy of a project for n Tariff, laid boforo tlio Committee by tlio Secretary of ilio Treasury. Mr. Davis, to prevent oil ob jechons, moved tlio previous question. Mr. llathbun moved to lay upon tlio table, and Mr. Ashmtin asked tlio yeas and nays j wliicli be ing ordered, tlio resolution was laid upon tlio table, by n vote of 108 to GO. A Resolution wan offered to make tlio ltivcr nud Harbor Hill the special order of tlio day for Alon day next. Tlio picvious question was moved, and ii motion mndo to Iny upon tlio table. Tli...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 26 February 1846

Waii ron. Okeoox. It lifts been migtrcstcil In tlistinguMicd quarters, that llio territory ol Oregon was worthless. It has a so boon said, on bo si idw of tho Atlantic, that tho territory cannot bo long . ".i m,r frnm Westminster or Washing. t.... ii.nt it will roniilro n scwirnto Government !.- .. ti niii.nr nfliifl nBscrtions uo truo, n war In this ngo of civilization, to ; otcrinino tho ti tle of-Orcjton will ho monstrous," nnd "immoiis," beyond any xragerofbattU In history. Tho follow ins verses from an ancient nowspapor, will fit y illustrate tho lolly ol Uolli nations mal engage 111 it. Boston Mv. Clumpy nnd Clod, two purly clowns, Aa reding liomo ono night, rrom alchnuio, tvher tholr pappy crownp Tlioy poaked in paddenlng plight. Wlillo nil tho nzuro tlnlcil iky Bpicad out Its clear nxpnnie, Anil nil tlio cltttcrlnir train on high, Heemed ocr llicir boflili to dnnco Qliolli Clump to Clod, 11 1 tell tliuo ttliat 1 onlv ulsli lliat I Ap ninc'li good pnaturo land tiad got An I e...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 5 March 1846

VERMONT WA TCHMAN T ATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 181G. VOL. XL, INO. 1G.-WIIOLE NO. 2055. & s WATCHMAN fc JOURNAL. TERMS 8' "ill In adunnco 83 "0 If piymenl l not mails in advance i Intere.l alwaji c lintjoJ ftmn tlio end "film jour. POETRY. TO A BUM) IN WINTER. nr c. o. hcem. I. oncly bird ! lint docii thuu here I Tho ky ! ilork nn.l tlio ulcmii Is drear II. tlt thou no ihelter, tin downy neat Vliero with thy IinmI tlimi r.nmt iweelly re.t i Ihsl lliuti no thought Tint the raging itorni with ill ii fraught I Where nr thy follow or nrl Ihou left Alone of thy jmnui inatpi herefl i Or have they noutfht noma tunny ntime To rool among the frngrant thyme That I. iteneet To tlio sontlo touch of their tiny feet Thou rt welcome to rtxv ! thv olumniro bright. Like n llitiimcr nilnlie.im, gladdenj our ailht t Ay. welcome to atny through tlio winter loinr, 10 eneer m nit wan my cnifi ami ons i Here' abolur for thee. Pcet Mrtll 'till the lenf l on t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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