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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 November 1846

rf ' lit. ' ' '' A Niw York. Not IS. 1'P.O.MTIIE AMEItlCANBClUADIlONlN THE GULF OP MEXICO. Attics: on Alv.rado, inn Parvus or Tin ATTSMrT. News hi been received from the Americin squadron, off .tniuu uiiniuv, w in. oiii tscioiMT. Oct. I3lh rrepirtlioni lud been making for ft month previous, ror tn attack on Alverado eailura drilling. &.- The Mexicans had ft battery of ten gune ftt the mouth or Hie liver. I5lli Sailed from Anton Litardo and anchorrd within ten miles of the mouth or the river Alvtrado. There waa heavy swell on the bar. ICih Steamer Viaen and steam-cutler M'Lane, lowed by the steamship Mississippi, anchoied within long-shot distance and commenced nring. Tlie Commodore, leading in the Viten, jpaaaed the fort, each ehip fifing her broadside, with little elfect, owing to the distarce, Several of our boats sounded wilhin lialf ft mile of the fort. The were fired upon Ifom the foil, but rrceired no damage. Alone o'clock, T. M. Ihe tine waa formed, the ateantvr Vixen low...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 November 1846

IjBBBiBfiSjjiS ARTS, &c Nkw anu Useful Machine. Mr L. G. Hoff man, of Ibis city, has invented an egg-hatching machine, which appears to posacsa many advanta ges otcr any other for lliut purpose that has been Ceforo known, particularly on the score of cheap, nesa end simplicity, Mr II. has had his machine for some timo in operation, and, ho feels confident that it will bring ont 03 chicks in crcry 100 eggs, provided the elements of life existed in the eggs at the commencement of the process. The machine is about two and a half by two feet square, and capable of hatching from SOU to 000 eggs at a time. Ills made of tin, and surrounded by water wanned ton suitable degree oftcmperatuie, by two healers, on eitbjr ride one heater adapted for charcoal, for day use, nnd the other for night, by a solar lamp, burning less than a pintot Jamsged lard. Con nected with the oven proper Is a brooding chamber, ia constructed that thosamo heat which imparls t he necessary temperature to the oren ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 November 1846

$) hccnix. 51 Jfmmln Newspaper, Ulcuotc i) to politics, $omc 3fubnstfy, Nans, SVgvim Iturc nnb (Scucral 3ntc licence. VOLUME XIII. II K A TTIJEI80R.O, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 18 46. NUMBER 14. PUBLISHED EVEtlY THURSDAY BY TO 13. RYT1IEK. OFFICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S ST0.E BUILDING. Tiriii. To .ingio subscribers, $-J,00 syeor. To Com panies, tnd to Ihois who pay (n advance, a liberal discount will he made. Business Cards. p. SIMONDS, MAtU'FACTURXR AMD DEALER IS Ladies', Gentlemen's, Misses' ami Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, HAT. I.'S KVILDING, NEARLY OITOSITE SMITH'S STAGE HOUSE. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D., Homeopathic & Hydropathic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattleboro, Vt. E. HART, FASHIONABLE TAIL OH, 0?"KO. 8 GRANITE llOW,) UKAXXIiCIIOICO, Vt. (lit) S. PIICEj GUNSMITH, OPPOSITE THE PIICEMX HOUSE, BRATIXEBOIIO, Vt. E. W. PROUTY, AQEXIT For Adams' Worcester Dye House. Brattleboro, April 1G, 1845. Zi Housekeeping Articles ! BENJAMIN Mi JACOBS, IYo. 3.? Trcmont Ron, Boston, Fete D...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 November 1846

s4'5iT"S JLAWS OP VERMONT. 1. AN ACT relating to ths Judiciarv. 7f li htrtby tnacltd by the General Assembly of the Stale of Vermont, as follows e Sea. 1. The Supreme Comt of this Slite shall hereafter consist or one Chief Judge and fno As aiitant Judges, to be appointed in tho manner pro vided by the Constitution. See. 3. It shall be tho duly of tho Judges of the Supreme Court or a majority of them, is loon as conrenient after their appointment, to designate the Judges who ahall attend the sessions of the Su preme Court for the ensuing year, in such a man ner that four shall be assigned to each county ; and it ahall bo the duty of the four thus designated to attend the term of the Supreme Court in each of the counties to which they are assigned. Sec. 3. If any ono of the Judges thus designated nil bo legally disqualified to act in the decision of any cause pending in said court, or shall be de tained from court by sickness or any unavoidable accident or necessity, the remaining Jud...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 November 1846

(inn Cotton. A new and remarkable discovery lias bc'n brought to light in Germany recently, in relation to cotton. It haa teen found to possess, after aubmlasion to a certain process, a greater detonating power than gun ponder. If the in Tendon proves rqua) i its representation It will supersede the uie of guo powd.-r altogether Tlio method rr preps rition waa for aome time kept eecret, but profeeaor Otto of Ilrunswick, Germnnjr. hit published the anneied letter In -.Inch he explaina lhe mode i.f prepiratioti : Statement of Dr. Otto. Kutircly independent of Sehoubeiti nnd nvtirer, but relying tin nn obser vation of I'clouze, contained in tho 13(ith pago ol the first Tolumo ol my Manual of CAymhtry, 1 have succeeded in producing nn exploding cotton, uhtch, after a rencs of experiments, seems quite suited to supply tho place of gunpowder. In order to bring the results of important discoveries as peedtly as possible to tho highest state of perlec lion, it seems to me necessary to lav t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 November 1846

The Ncir-Knglnml Earthqnakc. Our readcra w!l! oil remember, or rather iho fact will bo brought to their minds, that on tho morn. Ing of Iho 23th August an carthquako was very sensibly felt in various riarts of New-England. Such unusual phenomena in our country caused considerable comment, and much distrust oftlicir actual existence. Other persons, however, slated that in course of limo wo should hear of volcanic action in South-America. It would seem, hower er, from recent accounts, that Iho matter must be referred to a convulsion of Mount Ilecla, in Ice land. A letter dated Copenhagen, Sept 21st, which has been published among other items of European intelligence, says : "We have just received news from Ireland to the 18th, and from tho Ferroo Islands to the 35th ultimo. Never in the memory of man has there hrcn a more dissgrecablc summer than the present. The bad weather prevented the Danish, German, French, Belgian and English tavant from pursuing their researches into the state ...

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

BCfffwdHKXXJ Mil Wlill Ml I H'llBi 'I Hl I MB II llllilWIII MNMl n iirwi' Mill iwwmwii"-w-: ji'iiT m ly 'aa,ri ,anrm i Wat'i, -u tarn- I ' 'Jl' l&timoni IJhccniv. ! I - t Jmrniln Nntwpapcr, EtJcuotc D to politics, gome 3nimstvn, Nciuo, SVcjviai Iturc an& (general Sntc lliigcucc. VOLUME XIII. B KATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 18 46. NUMBER 15. PUBLISHED EVEP.Y THUaSDAYBY wji. e. rytiiek. officeso. i wheeler's stoxe buildixu. TiwiTi tingle subscribers, $'J,00 sjesr. To Com panies, snd to those who pay in advance, liberal discount will be made. Business ?ards. P. SIMONDS, HA.irFACTURKR AMD DKAttn. IN Ladies', Gentlemen's, Misses' and Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, II A 1. 1,' 8 II U I LI) I NO, NEARLY OITOSITE SMITH'S STAGE HOUSE. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D., Homeopathic & Hjilropatliic Physician. Elliot Street, Brattlcboro, Vt. E . II A. I1 11 FASHIONABLE TAILOR, 07-NO. 8 (I II A N I T II llOW.fJ UKlXTIiEUOKO, Vt. (13) S. PIKE, opposite Tim PiiajMX nousi:, BRATIIEBO...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 December 1846

refrain whom the samo is granted, ihe date aad sum paid llicrcfor, and ahall recoiroto his own use, for o lolng the itim of fiftj cents, lo be paid by the per son licenser), snil shall countersign the license ao cording to the form aborcjirescribed, nml no II cense shrill be raliH unless tho aame shall bo coun tersigned as herein directed. Sec. li. Within ten days alter each term of the County Court, tho Clerk shall ccourit 'Tat and paj 'orer to tho State Troasurcr,'the amount received by him for psdler's licenses, not. before accounted for, anil slnll embrace in hia return for the the term, to the auditor of accounts, a statement or tho mon eys so received by him. itith thcceMificato of the tJounty Treasurer, that'tho samo is correct : and the auditor of accounts -shall embrace audi statement in his annual report to tho auditor in the Treas ury. See. C. On or before the first day of September annually, the auditor of accounts ahall ascertain the whole amount received forpcdlera lic...

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

1 Terrible Steamboat Accident. THE LOSS OP THE ATLANTIC. The slcnmboat Allnmte, which ran upon the line between Norwich and New York, was lost upon Fisher's Island, near New London, at about lour o'clock on Friday morning, with a largo, number of her passengers and crew. James Stetson, tho second In command under Capt. Duttan, has communicated the following facts to the Nov York papers! About midnight, the AlUnlio lea Ne w London, and when Wat nine mile outsido nl tlx light-hourc, the trim pipe running into the elesin chimney bur.t, rendering tho vn, gin entirely uselees. The anchors were immediate) horn orrr, at wliicli the tenner rude through Hut night, nhicll via very dark and etorniy. The itranvpipea were Aral cut away, neat the pilot house, and then the bulk-heads, so at to give the wind a clear snerp through the rcssvl, and rapo leas .iirf.ee to its attack. Tho colora ncra hoisted halfnissl,buton the Motiegan'a attempting aome measures to go to her assistance, were hauled down...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 December 1846

Hon She did it; I nercr undertook but once,' fd Tom'lo et at naught Iho authority of my wife, You know her way cool, quiet, but determined as ever ahc was. Just after we were married, and all was nice, and cozy, she got me in tho habit of doing all the churn ing Bhc new aikcd me to do it, you know, but then slie why it was dono just in this way. She finished breakfast uelorc mo ono morning, ami tup ping away from the table, she filled the churn with cream, and eat It here I could not help teeing what was wanted. So I took hold regularly enough, and churned till the butler had coma. She didn't thank me, but looked so nico nnd tweet about it that I felt well paid. Well, when Iho neat churn ing day came along the did the tame thing, and I followed suit and fetched the butter. Again and again it was done just ro, and I was regularly in for it every time. Not a word said, you know, of course. Well hj and bye, this began lu bo rather irksome. 1 wanted she should just ask me, but she nercr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 December 1846

mtmont 'mm & ihmily Newspaper, EDcuotc b to politico, C)omc 3nbnstrg, News, &grim Itaw ani) (general Jntc lltgcncc. VOLUME XIII. B R A TTLEBOROj THURSDAY, DECEMBER lO, 184G. NUMBER 1G. gPUBLlSIIED EVERY TIIU11SDAYDY Will. 13. KYTIIBI!. OFFICEo. 1 WHEELER'S STOXE DMLDIXI. Tumi. To injlo subscribers, $'2,00 ayesr. To Com. panics, and to tltote wlio pay in advance, a literal discount will be made. Business CJards. P. SIMONDS, MASlTACVURKn 4Kb lICA LBR In Ladies', (Jcntlcmcii's, Misses' and Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, HALL'S II U 1 1. 1) I N , NKAP.LY OlTOSllT. SMITH'S STACK HOUSE. ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M, D,, llumconatliic & Hydropathic Physician! EUlot Street, Drattleboro, Vt. E. HART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Q7"NO. 8 GRAN IT I! ItOW.J) IIIi.VTTI.KHOKO, VI. (13) S . PIKEi GUNSMITH, OPPOSITE Tim PIKKNIX IIOUSi:, nRATfLEBORO. Vt. E. W. PROUTY, AGENT For Adams' M'orccstrr Dye House. Draltlcboro, April IC, IeUj. MRS. FISK RESPECTFULLY invites the Ladies liere, and eUeivlie...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 December 1846

Whig Celebration in the Third Distriot, 1 Philadelphia SPEECH by MR. WEBSTER. Tlio indotnilablo Whip ol llioTlnnl Congress; ional District assembled last evening nt llio Wing Head Quarters, Northern Libcttic3,1t'o celebrate the recent triumphs in Pennsylvania uml else? uliero, by o public eiitcrtainmcntiiilMicliacI An ilrcu, Esq., presided ; assisted byAdain M'mlier una onruon u. iuoorc.as vice rrcsicienu Soon after the company had 'assembled, -the Hon. Daniel Webster "and Gch. James Wilson were intioduced by the committee appointed to invito them, and were received with the most rapturous applause. " After a few introductory remaiks by Mr J. Kantian, Uco. fcrety, fcjq., in uchaltoi ineiOtn mitteo of Arrangements, offered the following sentiment : Tht VUn. Darnel H'eltterK faithful sen tinel on the watch tower of liberty the personi fication of those principles w hich have for their ob jpet the welfare of the people. Happy will wo bu when we hear from his elevated position, his chee...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 December 1846

Loss of the Steamer North America! The (learner North America, Oapt. Drown, from St. John, N. 1)., via Easport, morning of-otli till., for llustun, burst her steam pljHS on Wednesday night, about 10 o'clock, oft" Long Island, Mount Desert, Mc., during a hcaty galo from W. S. W., and drifted to u illini half a mile of the shore, when she let go both anchor, the sea running very high and the vessel straining very badly. She was soon ivntcr-loggcd, when the cables were cut, and she went on shore on Thursday morning. A rope was tun from the wreck to the shore, and the passen gers ami crew, about sixty in number, wcrn all sat ed, with the exctptioit of n fireman, an Irishman, nho slipped fro.n the rope and sank. The passen gers and crew, who were in an exhausted condition, lc!t the wreck in the care of soma of the Islanders, who promised to take care of what property might come ashore, for thich purpose they built a fire upon the beach, The passengers then went up to the houses upon tho ...

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

Stormy, Sundays. Buslmcll, of Ilvlforil, recent! preached a mnn to his people on the 'Uacs and Duties of Stormy Sundays,' from Ike text 'Fire nntl hail ; (now and vapor ; storm wind fulfilling his word.' From tliis text tie, in his peculiar manner, lectured them right plainly on the wicked habit of staying away from worship on storm Snndss. After al luding to the fact that everjr created thing, pleasant and terrible, including 'the flying artillery of the weather,' were invoked to praise the Lord, he turn ed to his 'fair weather hearers;' for whose special benefit he bad prepared the discourse, and chosen a fsir and genial day on which to deliver it, and told them in thft outset, that be meant (Arm, by in troducing his subject after the following strain : 'There is a class among you, who visibly enough cannot sympathize with all the sentiments of this Staving and lofty psalm. The principal signifi cance of the weather, or at least of all foul weath er, appears, in their estimation, ...

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

, !, rl !'' V ' mJ" tWsir J ' ' , -': " ' ' '-io- L ' .... L . vmuuui & JTomUu Newspaper, JDcuote to Politics, fyomt 3ubnstri, News, Sicpricu Una aui (General 3n!i Iligcucc VOLUME XIII. 13 RATT1EBORO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17 1840. NUMBER T. PRESIDEMT'S MESSAGE. DECEMDEU 8, 1840. I'tllow Ctliuns of the Senate anil of the House of lltpreientatires I In resuming jour labors in t lie cmicc nf l lie people, it is a sulijrct of congratulation dial tticre has bern no period in our pai history, when sll Ihc elements of national prosperity have been so fully developed. Since your last session no afflict tug dispensation lias visited our country ; general good health lias prevailed ; abundance has crowned the toil of Ihc husbandman ; and labor in all its branches is receiving an ample reward, while edu cation, science, and the arts are rapidly enlarging ihc means of social happiness. Thu progress of our country in her career of greatness, not only in the vast extension of our territorial li...

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

s s m MnvtA from fourth past.) joul to demand lib passports, and re yi United States. M was the extraordinary spcetaelo presented Mte civilized world 01 a government, m viola--jjjion of Us own express agreement, luring ttrieo re jected a minister of peace, invested with fall pow ers to adjust all the existing differences between the two countries in a manner just and honorable to both. I am not aware that modern history pre sents a parallel case, iri, w)iicli..lnvtima of peace, one nation had refused fcven lb(heor prdposiTions from another for terminating; existing difficulties between them. Scarcely a nope of adjusting our difficulties, even at a temola'dajr, or of preserving peaca with Mexico .coaklbe cherished while Par eds remained aftke head.'bf the government. lie had acquired tlio supreme power by a military evolution, and upon tlio most -solemn pledges to wage war against the United Slates, and to r.ceon querTeias, writcri he claimed as a revolted prov ince of Mexico. lie ha...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 December 1846

tliirly-ititio miles; an increase of trnpottMion of nnii million seven hundred nml Bixty-fourlhousaiid one litlnHrcil nml fotiy.five miles, nd the establish iiirnt of fuur liunclrcil nntl eighteen new post offic es. Contractor, postmasters, and other engaged in this branch of the serticc, haio performed their duties with energy and fiilhfiilnesa, deserving com mendation. For manjr micresting details connect ed with the operation of this establishment, you arc referred to the report of the Postmaster General ; his suggestions fur improiing its revenues arc rec ommended to your favorable consideration. I re peat the opinion expressed in my last annual mes sage, thai the business of this department should be sn regulated that the revenues derived from it should be made to equal the expenditures; and it is believed thai this may be done by proper modifi cations of tho present laws, as suggested in the re port of the Postmaster Ocneral, without changing the present rates of postage. With...

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

-sjelist. (Continued from frit page.) and repel any attempted invasion which Mexico might make, . .. , ,..: Our' armr hid occupied a position at Corpus Chrisll, weai,of the INueces, aa o.itl(n3j August, lSlSwitlioiit complaint from any qtuticr, Had tho Nueces been rega'rdcd as iho" Iruq western boundary of Texas, that boundary had been passed by' our army many months beforo it adranceil to the. eastern bank of Iho Hio Grande. In my annu al mrssngo of December lasl, I informed Congress that, upon the invitation nf both tho Coiigreaa and Contention ofTeaas, Iliad deemed it proper to or der a slrnng mpladroii to the coast orMcxlco, and In concentrate an efficient military force on tho western frontier , of Texas, to protect and defend the inhabitants against the menaced .invasion of Mexico. In the message. I informed Congress that the moment the terms of annexation offered by the United Slates were accepted by Texas, the latter becama aa far a part of our own territory, as. to make it ...

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

& Jfamiln Newspaper, JUcuotc i) to politics, omc 3nim5tvi, News, SVjgricn Iturc nnb (lateral 3ntc llicjcncc. VOLUME XIII. B RATTL.EBORO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 34, 1846. NUMBER 18. PUUMSII El) KVEIIV THURSDAY BY WM. K. ItYXllCK. 0 F P I 0 E So. 2 WlICELEirS STOXE BUIIDIX". TtRxi. To .ingle subscribers, $'iflO aycar. To Com panies, and to those who pa in advance, a liberal discount will be made. Business Cards. p. SIMONDS, MlftcrALTUnKR AMI DEALF.R IK Ladies', Gentlemen's, blisses' nntl Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, IIAll'S HUH. DING, NEARLY 01TOSITE SMITH'S STAGE HOUSE. E. HART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Q7"" no. e o it a n i t n now, -q lUtATXIiUHOKO, VI. (I!)) S . P I It lis , OPPOSITE THE PIKENIX HOUSE, Itll AT T LK R Oil 0, VI. E. W. PROUTY, AGENT For Adams' Worcester Dye House. Braltleboro, April 1C, 1815. 31 MRS. STODDARD, Milliner and Dress Maker, IVo. it Elliot Street, Urattleboro, Oct. 23, 184G. 10 MRS. FISK RESPECTFULLY invites the Ladies here, and elsewhere, to call ani...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 December 1846

y3,V : . '-lit j i mtxr. From the N. V Tribune Tin; iii;ssai;i;. Mr Polk Is not content wilh Riving asinglecx omplo of I lie Iruth that politicians of his stamp tdiould have good memories. Our Government once found it convenient to assert tint Louisiana (not Texas) extended to tlio Hio Grande. Trance authorized us to make no such claim in ceding us Louisiana. In 1800 a Spanish military force was notoriously in possession of Texas, and advanced eastward nearly or qitile lo the Sabine. Mr Jeffer son did not molest litem there, though Gen. Wilk inson was sent to observe them and too that they did not cross over into tho Louisiania territory. Six years afterwards, Texas was tho theatre of aanguin ry strife between certain 'Patriots' and the Spanish military force stationed tlicro; but our Govern ment never meddled in tho matter. So at a later period when Galveston Bay had become a notorious resort of smugglers, freebooters and miscreants generally. What were we about lhoe sixteen years,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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