ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 9,506 items from Vermont Watchman And State Journal, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
9,506 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 5 March 1846

WATCIIM VN & JOURNAL. I!. T. WALTON, JIt.( EDITOR. WONT PELIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1810, OREGON AND THE TARIFF. Tho organ of tlio administration declares, in very cautious terms, that tlio administration has not do- lerminccl to sacrifice tho Tariff for Oregon at least, tlio organ says, it lias not been apprized of any such determination. Tho letter-writers will insist upon it, that some Author correspondence has taken plnco on tho ques tion of Oregon ono.cven positively affirms that nn understanding has been completed lbr a final ar rangement. Others, again, will have it that a ne gotiation is going forward upon tho principle) of conceding Oregon on tho condition ol modifying tho tariff. If any of these things have taken place, wo certainly are not advised of it. Certainly, so far as wo have soon tho last news which has been brought by the Cambria, we Bhould suppose that tho prospect of negotiation is increas ed. Union. Wo aro inclined to think that this is nothing but a specim...

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. — 5 March 1846

. CONGRESS. .. . . FRIDAY, iob.aU. Tho Senate did not Bit. In tho House, tho bill providing tliat in caso of nn Executive Session called nftcr tho adjournment of Congress no Senator shall bo allowed " milc nge," unless ho lias nctimlly travelled tho distnnco charged for, wis further considered in Committeo of tho Whole, and was reported and passed. This bill is principally intended to meet tho frequent caso of an Kxcctitivo Session being called on tho dny nftcr tho close of tho Bossion of Congress. It would nppoar that it has boon customary for Sena tors to charge their travelling expenses, ns if thov had actually been to their homos and had returned, between tho two days. The Houso then passed to the consideration of privato bills, and ndjourncd without passing any, and without rejecting any except by laying them on tho table. , , . Saturday, Fob. 21. Tho Senate did not sit. In din limine it was nirrccd to adiourn over Mon day in honor of Washington's birth day, which was an Sunday...

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. — 5 March 1846

MELANCHOLY CATABTIiOI'llR. VO luuiu tho Nurtli Adams Tranicr.pt, tlmt a most drcadlul nnd licart rotiding ncciilent Imppencd in Hut vil lairo on tliu evening of Monday, tlio ad ultimo. It foao on npneara umi for uovcral winters past mo ymmg people of tho vilWo liavo bcon in tlio lintm oi sun ingdown 11 Cluircli Ilill'' ipon a largo scnlo, nml that nn tho oveninff nbovo inoiitioned tho hill bo- imr covered witli a complcio glaro ofico twenty- ilvo youii" men and young Indies loaded tliprn selves into" a Inrgo travcreo sloih for tho purposo ii liln. 'I'lia nerson tvhosa business it was to guide, loosing command of tho sleigh boron) it rOaCllOU IIIO lOOl 01 IIIO lllll, It ICU tliu Ib-uiniM um.it nnd nlrikinrr nrrnlnst a tree was shivered to ntoms. whilst thoso in it wero dashed with tcmb'.o foico ogainst the treo and tho adjoining fence. Tim Transcript civos tho following description of tlio scene that onsuod ! . "Sucli was tho violence of tho shock that nil but four of tho whnlo twent...

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. — 12 March 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELTER, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 184G. VOL. XL, NO. 17.--WIIOLE NO. 205G. WATCHMAN fc JOURNAL. TLRMH $1 60 eiwli In mlvnncat $9 00 If pntment n not mntlo In tulvuncoi Interest nlwnja clmrgoil from tfio cml ofllio yonr POETRY. NEVER It AIL AT TIM WOULD. T.V rllAItLKI SWA1! Novcriail utlho orM, It la jnt m no tnnko It, Wo ico imt the flower If o ct not tlm ictil ) Amlm fur 111 luck, why IV jutn wo tnko It, Tho Jienrt llmtV In enriK-al no bari can hnpedr. You mixtion tho Justice trial govern innn'i (jrcant, Ana ny thst tho junrcli for tiuo friendship U vain j llul romoniber, till worM, Uioupli It hn not tlm bowl, Ji tho neat to tho hoct wo lialf ever attain. N.w rail nt tlio wort J, nor attempt to oxnlt Tlml feeling which nucitlom Boeirty's claim J Vo eft en poor rriemUhlpif Ium in tho fault !. sscliontcnhle oft, than lite clfifli who lilaino: Tin n nt-Vr'ty tho rhonprn uffnto hn ili-pront, Vir wonrliko n frtlcr Tlmn fnrro...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 12 March 1846

WATCHMAN & JOUUNAL. 15. P. WALTON, JIl., EMTOlt. WONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, MO. Tim ENGLISH CORN LAWS, j Our llianki nro duo to Hon. E. R. Holmes, SI. C. from Noiv York, for n copy of a letter of E. I), Baker of Illinois, to his constituents, on tho'sub ject of tho English Corn Laws. TJio purpose is to show that llio proposed reduction of duties by Groat Britain will not be of ndvantago totlio wheat growers of liio West; and this ho does pretty sat , isfnetorily, by statistical tables anil o.thcr facts. 'Tho main fact, however, is that tho wheat grow ers of this country cannot compete in tho English innrkct with tho producers on tho Mediterranean and in tho North of Europe territories much near er Groat Uritain than is America, und which pro duce a surplus more than equal to supply tho quan tity required by Great Britain. In the year 181 1, America had tho ndvantago of a much loss rate of duty than any other nation yet in that year she sent only 0,000,000 bushels to Great B...

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. — 12 March 1846

Mr. Haywnnl at tlio claso of tho morning hour resumed lit; ilcbnto upon tho question of notico nnil in favor of compromising ll'o Oregon question upon tho basis of forty-nine. Tho speech was ns nlnln ln.ilnv na vnalnnlilV. nnd Mr. Ilnvwnrti dill not flincli from llio duty of spending plainly to his friendi". When Mr. Ilnyward finislietl Mr. Calhoun mulo i . ..?..- 1--. - . I ..: 1 I... n unri cxpi-niaiinn ui uiu msi ji.uiuuui piguuu uy liim nnd Mr. I'nckcnliain. Mr. Callidiin had claimed llio country drained by the Colntnbii, Tho ilrilisli Minister took tiino to Bond for Instructions upon that point, nnd therefore the correspondence was suspended. Mr. Ilaniiejrnii remarked upon tlio most extraor dinary speech of thu Siemtor from North Carolina Ho wisliod to ask liim one question nnd ho hnd put it in writing. " (Ins lie llio authority of the Presi dent, directly or Indirectly, lor saying that ho will comnromiso tho Urciron question tin tho -liHli?" Mr. Haiwood. What I have said I sha...

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. — 12 March 1846

2 ' ARE ilHNS PROFITABLE ? t'ootiiiR a littles curioua to know whether my Hons turned their living or not, I opened nn account with them last January, nnd have kept Iho debt nnd credit, and as tlio voar is drawing to a close, 1 pro poso to reckon up with them, and know how tlio account stands. , , I wintered seventeen square buill hens and a rooster oftho native breed. I havo kept them In n worm plnco in tlio winter in my barn, taking pains to provido gravel, old plastering, and pounded bono for them ; and as often as onco a week, I fed them n littio fresh moat. My way is to feed them with pudding, (meal wet with warm water,) boiled potatoes and corn, for hens like n variety of food. I found that my hor.s required thrco pints of meal a day for six months in tlio year, and half that a mount the other six : for I let them run ot largo m the summer. I fed them with cob meal, (corn ground on tho cob,) and broom corn seed, equal parts. Tho mixture I estimato at filly cents a bushel. , . ...

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. — 19 March 1846

VER MONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. . BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. l TCRMS 15D c i.li In n.li.inpoi M Ittlf payment I. not mnJo ' ircU ntiv i c!i iroil from tlio mil oftlio jent. In auVuicej InlcrcU POETRY. THE StlUNAM.UITE WOMAN. nv nrrcuriD runto. "tie-hold, thou h-nt been eiirrfnl Cot in with nil ttiU rnre MfJiftt l In Im ditnn f.ii- tl.fc i unilM'jt tltoil 1)0 moketl ful to till' king, or totlie ciptnln of the h-t I And ho ontwered, I duet) Qtnotiy mlno own people " "J Kings iv. k. Wornm of puro nnd lieavrn-bnrn fame I Though nenpture hnllowcd pnjo Ilntli mido im in nil ton oflliy nime. Thou lUVt from oge to ugb I Tliv litrnr of unwearied bun To noalltfl the prophet' lot, Prompted by kindneM from abotc, fhill i.eter lie forgot. Thi ehmi'icr built upon tho watl, The bed wherem he tiy, Rood, tibH, cimdlerticA nnd nil Thco things en I nro for )e. If ImniMa win each boon conferred) Tliclr tfiicr nnmlcm tno, The record man) n hrvut htiilntirred Kind acts of...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 19 March 1846

&ac, I trust I nia'y bo pardoned llio iiidttlgonco 'of a passing reference lo thosu whom I havo tlio iibno'r, in part, t6 rcpi tdenl here. I nm ono of but Your members upon th'e floor, from n small unpre tending border Slala; a State, which, in eomo ro. 'spools, occupies but n subordinate position in tlm Federal Union; n State nevertheless, which holds within its borders a people, whoso habits of indus try, whose general intelligence, whoso indomitable energy of character, whose devotion to the Union, tind tho Constitution, mid whoso attachment lo tlio principles ot civil and religious freedom, aro tin surpassed by those of any other State or nation. Thoy may bo less forward than others in sounding their own praises, or in vaunting their own patriot ism, yet tho sons of tho American Switzerland will never bo deaf nor backward to their country's call in any and every emergency. Much as they love the pcaco and quiet of their mountain homos, when the day of conflict shall come, I p...

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 March 1846

o itin irrnnl (iiniisriiient of tlioso vlio heard lilin. 11. 1..t r.l.it.. UBnitnClSAn'It.tii nn.l a.imn- J1U IIUU BUIIIVlll 1.1 lu tu . L itiubf uiu ll.l.w Ii, uftv nf Orttrrnn. tin venq fiir Ihn wlldln of tliiiiil tu snv of Oregon. He wns for tho wholn of Orciron ii to 51 40, nml rn.nly to fij,'lit upon 4!), if tho Prt'oiilont should dare to yield mi inch South of that. Tho mcinhcrs roared nt thi.4 bravo man, who believed our titlo good to tho whole, nnd was ready to fifrht for hull or llio whole. Tho Ilouso now roso for a want of n quorum, nnd after taking tho yoaa and tmyg several times on motions to adjourn, tho Ilouso ngreed to meet to morrow nt 11 o'clock, Wr.DNi'snAT, March II. Sknath Mr. Kcverdy Johnson took tho floor nnd intuit; n very nblo speech in fuvor of comprom ise nml amicable adjustment. Uontonotinio hadhis feara but they were dissipated by recent devolop incuts. Ilo referred to tho couisc of JIimsm, D'ix, Uenton, and above nil of Mr. Huywood. Hogath. cred hope fro...

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. — 19 March 1846

' from tliAmcdcnn Agticullutlit. PARSNIPS. . . This nwiilli, in ordinary seasons, will permit in almost nil regions of our country, ilia plnnting of Iho vegetables which cndtiro the frosts or spring. Among sucli nro carrots and parsnips. I licso, of course, tiro to bo found in every gniuon ; mid the carrot on nearly evnry farm ns n Hold crop, where roots aro grown for horses and cattle. As yet the parsnip Ins not been tnnilo n field crop to any ex nnt nvnn In Euronc. and not nt nil in this country. And still it is perhaps on nil nccounts llto most vntunliln nrnti nl" rnnla flint r.nil bo crown 111 Miy cliinnlc that will not permit tho winter exposure of iho turnip; nnil wiicro tno iuwii ""ui posure, tlio parsnip ilocs equally well, nnd U quite BS prOOUCllVC, IinU 111 poilll l Jimmy Jill iwpti ivi. In tlio lslnnds of Jersey nnd (uicrnsny they nrc cultivated extensively, nnd tlioso who havo moat experience in tlicir cultliro profer tliein to turnip. In nil climates of tho United Btntc...

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. — 26 March 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, THURSDAY, MARCH 2G, L84G. VOL. XL, NO. 19 WHOLE NO. 2058. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS $1 50 ca1i In mlvnnrpf $100 if payment U not mario In advance j Inlorest ulrni) clinrgad from tho end of Iho yonf. POETRY. Prom Dickon' London Dnlljf THERE'S A GOOD TIME COMING. Tliero' n pood Umo cnmltiff, Imyi, A good ttnin mining Wo mav not ttw Iuwb the day, Hut earth t.mv filmtcn lit tlio ray Of the rtoil ttino romlng. Cannon ImIN "my uld the truth, Hut ilmiiglit Un Mcnpon tit longer ) We'll in our buttle hy iti aid l Wait u littla longPiV There'i ft good llmo coming, boy, A good time coming j X 1iq pen plmll M.ip?rcefio the iword. And rlijht, not might, IiaII be the lord, In thu gootl llmo com in?. Worth, not birth, pIijII rule'msnkfnd, And bo ucknouledftcd itrongcr The proper ImpuWo Iim been given t " Vult ti littlo longer." Tlicrn'i a good time coming, boy, A good time coming; War in nil inenN eyt? uliall bo A i...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 26 March 1846

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL . p. Walton, jr , r.itrroit. MONTPELHJR, THURSDAY, MARCH 2o '10. THE WAOES OP LAllOlt. Tho Locofoco presses have frequently nssci led Ihnt tho Tariff of 1842 lias operated altogether for tho advantago of tho capital engnged in manufuc lures, to tho disadvantage of labor: und that is al so tlio assertion of Secretary Walker. Abbott Lnwrenco lias exposed tbo fulschood of tills charge i in the most cffcctivo manner. Wo quote from his third loiter to Mr. Rives There is ono other point to which I shall ftlltidc, in tho report of tho Hon, Secretary. lie says tliat tho wages of labor arc loner now than previous to uiu tai'.u oi leia. it lie means the wages ol la vor in tho nnnufacturing portions of tho country, I will stato a fact which, I think, completely illus trates tho incorrectness of his assertion. In tho Stato of Massachusetts, tho institutions for Savings arc obliged, by law, to mako returns to tho Legislature. In tho annual rcturnsjjust pub lished, 1 find t...

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. — 26 March 1846

COMMON SCHOOL NOTIC'K. Agrccablo to instruction!! received from tlio Stato Stipcrintcmlont, touching tlio examination of tench ers for tlio summer schools, tlio undersigned gives notice that ho will ho in readiness to cxnmiiio those vm mnv nrrsont tliomsolvps. ns follows! Montpoflcr, April Mth, at tho Ccnlro sclidol-house llcrlin, " 15tlvotHio Corner " Jtarrc, Mnrsliflelil, ? d( S l'lninlicld, Waterhury I Duxb'df, J JUlclllICSOX, " Morctown, " Wnitsficld, I " Fnyston, J Wnrrcn, " Worcester, " Calais, " Woodbury, lOtli, at the Lower Vil. 17th, nt District No. 4 Jisti 1 20th, nt Watcrbury St. " Hist, nt tho Ccntro " SKM, at tho Town House. !l!ld, ttttlio school-houso near tho new Cone, meeting-house. 2 Ith, nt tho Iliv. vil. school-house. 27th, at Iho Corner " 26th, nt tho Town House. 21)th. " Uoxbury Mny lst' ntNorthfichl Centre village. Tho examination will bo opened on each of the nbovo named days, at 1) o'clock, A. M. It will bo expected, that nil who propose to bo cxnmincd, will ...

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. — 26 March 1846

SETTING OUT TREES. Commence setting your fruit nn J slmilo trcca ns Boon os tho Irost ia out of tho ground. I lio i enlii of tlio pits or holes must bo in accordance) witu mo liaturo of tho Und. If it bo clayoy, then plan slmllc-tv, that tho roots muy bo near ihosurtacc.tiut protect Ihom by raising tho earth In tho form ol n. mound around tho tree. Itho laud bo Bandy, then plant deep, that tho roots may bo tho better protec ted against tho drying and scorching effects of tho mid-summer sun. OOscrvo the depth of tho roots of trees growing naturally in Bimilar land, ami it will nfl'ord you the best answer that can possibly Uo given to tho question, how deep ? llcmombor,that Ti.n.ln ti-MS. taken from llio forest, havo crown In a noil enriched for aires, bv the mouldered dust of previous vegetation, that your land is not rich In this mould, and that, therefore, tho trees will bo li able to become stunted, or starved, when planted In it. Your alternatives tire, to rob tho forest of its v...

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. — 2 April 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 181G. VOL. XL, NO. 20.--WIIOLE NO. 2059. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TnUMS $t 'ifl rnsh In mlvAneo 82 01) if pavmont Is Hot nodo in advunco j Interest tilwnys chnrgcil from tlio end of tlio )enr. I. We )mc been oirncilly requested to jniMlali tlio following communication Ctillro, in on paper, and not In broil k tlio connec tion liy Interlarding rcmnrki of our own. Tlio fint request U complied with, and tlie Iit ni nearly m well coutd bo. Wo Imvo placed letters In tho tettwliich refer to our note, leaving tlio leader to choo?o liH own inodo of getting et tlio matter. Mb. I'. I'. Walton jr.i Htn, Wo nro stockliolders in tlio Verinoiit Central Unllruad Coinp.my, hut in common with many otliem h.no concluded to witlihold, for the prenent, payment of ftedcisnifiil-. Wo tlu till heeaue that in llio proccsf, whieh has eventuated in the present locution of Ihorond through Xnrthfield, vl hato neon t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 April 1846

r WATCHMAN & JOURNAL 11. P. WALTON, JH., UDITOH. MONTl'fil.IKIt, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1810. WILL THERE UK WAR ? On Tuesday, tlic 21th lilt, President Poll: eont tlio following message to the Sonate, in answer to n resolution of that body. In various quarters of tlio country it Ins boon received as evidence llmt pcaco is endangered anew nt least in tlio Frcsi dont't) opinion. As wo rend it, tho President has Been nothing now inco tho 20th Dei. or 8th Jan. to call for an increase of tho army and navy, ex cept from Mexico: but in view of tho possibility of war, and of tho policy " in peace prepare for war," it is lii judgment that an increase of tho army and navy was then and elill is required. In order to understand tho precise extent of the President's fears of hostilities, if such ears ho has, tho public ought to understand how large an increase he deems necessary. Of this, Ihcro has no official res elation been made. It is said that somo ten or more now war steamers, tho filling ...

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. — 2 April 1846

Tlio peopto of this country and of Oreat Britain t, o, were becoming excited upon tliis question. Mr. Miller, of Now Jaeoy, lias tlio floor for to morrow. Ilotsn.-Tlio bill to raise tvo regiments of rillo nicn wns ngnin tlio subject of consideration tlio iloferrcd. tlio day bofore, upon tlio Btiycostion of Mr. Adnuis, who wished to see llio rrcsiili'lil's lncssaRO ueiuru nu voiuu. To-dny the chairman ol'tlio conimiltco on milita ry nftHira was catechised by Mr. 0. Davis and Mr, lilipit. na in the confidential K.U'cutivo rcccouiinon- datioua of mi incronso of tlio nrmy, alluded to in tlio mrssagu, us having boon sanctioned by tlio I'r. sulrnt. After Fonio conversation, it was admitted by air. Hardin, that the communication was of a conllden tint nnliiro. Mr. II. nxnlninod that tlio two rCLM- .on' l.rwt nnlliinrr In iln with nllV tlSlll'Ct of Otir foreian relations, lint, at tlio recoinnicndation of llio Executive, ho had reported a bi.l authorizing the President to accept the service...

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. — 2 April 1846

POETRY. THE MUSIC OF TUB CITV OP GOD. How on, How on, yo hallow'd solemn measures, MyitcrioUJ languiiffo r angelic peace, rjtlll tinging of high iloonnre, Aii.l long the lonely 1011I )our dying accent Ueasutci. Flow on, How on, ami noter ceaae, Till all Is I'onco and love on earth, And man bo lurnM to vitlno strong ( And mlot'ful of your aw Till nong foregoes liht low-bred cared and mirth, Jn thoughts that unto you belong riw on, ilow on, yo tones of sweetness, Till all Clio discord of our climo Ito iwatlowM )n jour mnrch luMlmo, Wliorcou tho eternal hrido advancosj j Wlicrehi the sorrows of our llcctnen, WidowM hopes, and c II chances, Aro loBt in the ttcrnal chime Lift tho Ambroslan hymn sublime, Or deep Gregorian chant of plaintive unJcr-cliimo j Tor pole mil, deep nnd nwful-lonM Must ho tho sound that speuk of Clod, Of heaven and hell, of Christ In judgment thron'd, And of tho path tho saints huvo trod j Hounds worthy or tho words tho i'nalmlat sung, And which in Christ but a fo...

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. — 9 April 1846

E RMONT WATCHMAN & ST BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TKUMS $150 cnih In inlvanroj $3 00 If payment It not mmla In advance j Intcroit nhvnyi clinrgod from tho cud of tho )Cor. POETRY. SYMPATHY. A knight omt a lady onco mot tn a ctu' Wliilo each wn In miesl of a fuel the A liter rnn mournfully murmuring ty( Ami ihrv went In Its waters for Mmimlhr. 11 Oli iirvcr urn knight audi n sorrow that boro' 11 Oh neicr wns maid so riodcrtcd hrfuro." 11 Prom lift and lis woes I6i in initnntty fly, And jump In together for company." Thoy grarched fur an eddy tlmt united tho duel, Iltif hero win u brnmhlo nud thcro wtts n weed ; 14 How tiresomo U Is," snid thu maid w ilh a nili Po they sal down to rest thoin In company. Tlipy RHZcd on chcIi other, tho maid ami tho knhht j How f-ilr was her form and how poodly his height " Ono mournful embrace," utitJ ilia youth, "cio wo Olo (' t-'o kistnj( and crying kept company. 41 Oli hnd t hut wooM such on aiijjel as yon " ' Oh hid hut ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
x
Loading...
x
x