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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 July 1843

V NOT THE G X. O n Y OF O S A fi DUT TUB WBLPARB OF BOMB BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 184.'). VOL. XVII No. 8 From tho Knickerbocker for July, TUB TUYSTINC. IIOUH. V MBS. B. S. NICHOLS. 1. Beside my casement's trailing vines, Dy meditation led, I sit, when Sleep his pinion waves Above each drooping head : When nil the shadowy forms thnt haunt The bright abodes on high, Bteal softly forth, in silvery troops From chambers of the sky. ii. As down the midnight sir they float Upon celestial cats, 1 tutu me to a steady light That gleams among the stars; A prophet-light it is to me, And shadows forth the hour That calls my spirit thcro to meal A seraph in its bower. in. Beside my casement Mill I sit, When goes my tpiril forth. With waving plume, and rusliint; wing, Up towards the blazing North: While solemnly the stars look down, And so'emnly thev seem To shed a fair and brilliant light i On this, my waking dream. IV. And high each everlasting hill Lifts up its cro...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 July 1843

3rsas3?.VEs!!as3aia FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN MATTOCKS. TOR LIEUT. QOVERNOS, HORACE EATON. rOB TnEABUKEK, JOHN SPALDING. FOR CONGRF3S, HON. GEORGE P, MARSH. FOB SENATORS FOB Clll TTEXDES COUNTT. 1) AVID 11 13 A I , I. UT II II It STONE. evatoh ria anvso isle countt. IVA liM S JIOTT. should not most Cordially unit In his support. Wc win noi permit ourselves io quemuii iu. u mv. that tvery whig Will coino heart and hand into Ms uppori, , , , Judge Mattocks has been long favorably known to ih nrnnla nf Varmoni. In several instances the V hare placed 'him in high and responsible stations wmcn no hub micu to men euiisai.uu,i. ...... most scrupuloua integrity. As n politician, ami an unvarying whig, ho has never veered nn inch from the path of consistency and strict integrity. Wo be lieve him to be the last man in these treacherous limps who would bctrnv the confidence reposed in him by constituents. Judge MattoctiR is n man of lew words, and of course has never been distinguish ed for his parli...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 July 1843

JUy Another article entitled " Manners anil Society," if measuied according to the fashion in voguo might be deemed as of no mnnntrs at all. Nevertheless one who has no fair of a few wholesome truths may read it with prom. Criticism and common sense seem to have been reunited nflcr a long divorce, ltcsidcs theso wo havo n review of "Chnpin's Pritnitivo Church " rather caustic, and papers on " Public Li braries" " Political Stato of Norway" " Aborigines of Conncctieut" " Position and Duties of the Chris tian Ministry" and a summary of domestic and for eign intelligence, both civil and ecclesiastical. FonEios Qf.vninatY Review, Vol. jcvii. No. 3. This No. has its usual compliment of papers, chiefly interesting to the students of European continental literature. Tho article on "The Newspaper Pens of America" is rich compound of John Hull's arro gance, ignorance and bitterness. Wo hope tho writer w'rvives. Ladies' National Magazine, Jmr. The "Ar tist" and Ladies' World of Fashion" unite...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 July 1843

He touched his harj,ancl nan- nshenrd, entranced. From tliu New Vor Tribune. A TAI,D OF A COMHT. MOM A LETTEIl TO A RCXM.I.MAN IS THIS CITY moM a tAtir or viroima. 'Tit evening, nnd deep in the plowing West Thu Sun sinks down lo hi gulden rest, And the cloudless vault of celestial (due ljioks tlic same with ns us il docs with )oa. For stars in llie evening nro wont to nppeer In the North, " I reckon," as well as here i That ia to any, if iho sky is clear. Ho that as it tiny, I have nothing to fay, Hut proceed with my tale in a straight-forward way. Well, then, as I told you above, the Sun i Was taking a snooze when Ins wuik was dons, And the Planets all, as in duly bound, Wire ro'linrj around Willi a pleasant sound, T,?Lm? ,'lc,'r erc:lt '''"f ntalo nap more profound. W nether their music was merry or fad, Or ' eMpiisiiclogood ' or 'decidedly had,' Or made up of contralto, or tenor, or bam, Can only bo known in the depths of spaco. Suffice it to snv, They sans on their way j At lets...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 August 1843

fee NOT THE GLORY OF C23SAR BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1843. VOL. XVII No. 9 From the German of LancVin. IIAIMCH AND 1IATTICII. " A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." There are two little songsters well known in the land, Their names nre Mare and O-had-l, I-hatc will como tamely and perch on your hand, But O-had-I will mock you most sadly. I-hate, at first sight, is less fair to iho cyo, But bis worth is by far more enduring. Than a thousand O-had-l's, that sit far and high, On roofs and on trees so alluring Full many a golden cri; this bird will hv, And sing you "He cherry I bo cherry !" O, merrily, then, will tho (fay elide nway, And ewect shall your sleep bo when weary. But let an O-had-I once take your eye, And a longing to catch him once seue you, He'll give you no comfort nor rest till you die ; Life-long he'll torment you and tease you. He'll keep you nil day running up and down hill, Now racing, now pnntinz, now cr...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 August 1843

FOI! GOVKItNOit, JOHN MATTOCKS. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. TOR TMSABVBEH, JOHN SI' A L DING. HON. FOR. CONCMHSS, GEORGE P. MARSH. ton FEVATon ton ClllTTENDD.-r COCXTT. David huad, 1. IT T Hi: II STOVE. SEMATOR FOB OBSI IPLF. COVXTV. WAM. IS MOTT. The Wmn Svsir.M. Hums Inhor j work at homo tmy nt homo) sell nt linmi't pen J nl homo) employ our own countrymen in preference help Americans first! protect American l.i or t n-9it Amrricnn indus try ; let tho South feed the .Norlh tho North supply tin South) what mo don't want wo will shipnwnyi whit wo can't unite or produce wo will buy from foreigners. This i tho Whig system j this is Henry Clay's policy. Wo lovomir own dear country, and our own countrymen, before nnv foreign nntinn and mean first to lake care of American men and Ameri can hove, nnd American irirls and women. We are not nn idle people) wo nutt and wo will live by our labor. It feeds us and II clothe? in and we mean to tnko ore of tint Inbor in preference to any ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 August 1843

liose States 7 Whether soino of thoso States liavo not certainly threatened to repudiate their debts, and thus cheat their honest creditors out of tho amount 1 And whether thoy nro not entangled in a net of pov erty and embarrassment, through their own nii'fiov ernmcnt, from which they pretend to justify their work of repudiation, on tho score, that they shall never boablo to pay their dibl, with tho accumula ting interest 7 Furtlicrinoic, will ho deny, that some millions of tho State debt of Alabama, was issued for Hanking purposctl That two millions five hundred thousand dollars of the debt of hard money Missouri, was for tho samo object J That of tho fivo millions loan in tho Slnlcof Michigan, tho Statelias lost more than one third of the proceeds of the stock which has been issued, by the irifl'clity and insolvency of those with whom the loans were negotiated! while, accord ing to tho Report of tho lloaid of Internal Improve ment in that State, the remainder was laid out in such...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 August 1843

A July, nor, the 'Ho touched his harp,and nations heard, entranced. - I t Krom the Newark Daily AdvcMiscr. Wo have constantly recurring evidence that tlmrn is nnlhinrr nnw under the sun not even i,,r f.,ili.,.. A .ntn,,,,,,.,,. rni.lvn,! il.o ous I.I VI.. ....,,s-.-. . . kl'llllillll'uilll T ...... . s. . .. s. ... tollowing iiu.iiurasiic commcinoraiion oi a spe. i)a w,ofJ limistone(l eyes showed tho chord ciesof "Millensin," which sprang up among ,ial awo.0 in thoir recollections was touched, .......... .. ni tlio phronzicd dreams of a man of learning and he tirrmnrtv. snliln furlv Vf.ar.4 nr'n. IlV the late I)r. I onk ns. of Lirtford. Not even the mus lin as. . cons ion robes are now : ' SYMPTOMS OF THE MILLENIUM IN 1E01. H.vaTronu, January 7, 1S02. "Oft has the period been foretold, Rv Prophets and by Stcrs of old, When men and beasts shall nil bo blest With loin; and universal tests When fists no nioie 'gainst lists should ric, No bloody noses, no blackened eyes; When goals shou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 August 1843

f9& V not the glory of c i s a r but tub welfare of noma. BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1 1, 1843. VOL. XVII No. 10 CHARITY NEVER FAILETH." Cor 13: 18. All that now is shall fade and fall, ij-irth and its scenes are ch-incing ( nil That time can bring, or life can boast, Are hat a fleeting shade at most. Wealth, honor, friendship, fame or power, Are man's but for a "little hour," E'en while we grasp, we see them fly, Or as we hold, they droop nnd die. Yes! higher joys than these decay, The soul's bright treasures pass away Hope, with her lyre, and silvery wings, Ani faith, that joy supernal brings, These nil belonir io earth, nnd must Be left where'er we leave our dust But lone will never fail, 'twill soar Where angsls bow, and saints adore. Ann ha. In the Greek version rendered Love. From the Olive Branch. JULIA MERTON, Oil THE COQUETTE PUNISHED. site was a coqtiolto, and if slio did lovo luni she was then to proud to acknowledge it. Ann Merton, who had he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 August 1843

3MIMB IPRIBSS rou aovHitxoii, JOHN MATTOCKS. ron uKt-r. 110 RACK e A T O N . ron Tiir.Asi'ttr.n, JO UN SPALDING. HON, fou coNunnss, GEORGE P. MARSH. con sns.vrims foil cmrrnsnnN cocstv. DAVID IlKAJI, 1. UTIIUIt STONU. sRNVron ron einvMi m.r. covxiv. Y A Mi 1 S .M OTT . JOHN QU1NCY ADAMS. Tho recent journoy of tills veteran slates mini throiiL'li the stale of Now York hus been ii triumphal procession. " The old man 121 otiient" is welcomed with an enthusiastic re ception wherever ho goes. At Atilnirn, nt Uticn,nt Herkimer, nt Little Falls, at Schen ectady uml at Albany it seems as if tho whole imputation had turned out to welcome and to greet him with an univeisal jubilee. No other man in this wholo country has been so lircely assailed by tho Loco Foco presses. And )ot wherever the venerable patriot ap vet everywhere in proportionate numbers, nil tender ing to rnc that warmth of feeling nnJ welcome, that 1 mi never cense to remember. (Applause.) Fcllovv-Citiicns The State of IS'cwYot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 August 1843

Communication. TO THE FARMERS OK CHITTENDEN' COUN TV. Tnriiror no Tarifl'appcars to mo lo bo llio question between tlio Whig and llio Loco Foco pnrtioi the j;rcat question that is to form the inue in the ap proaching PrcsHcntial contest. The Whig party go for protection, while on the other hand the I.oco To cos arc opposed to it in every forms they go (or free trade. Hence the battle is to ho fought between pro tection and free trade. I.ct in not ho deceived on this subject. At ournpprnacliingScptcmbcrclection, eve ry Vcrmontcr will bo called upon to choose, which of thc;c two courses of policy ho will pur.-uc whether llio reihemin g policy of protection, or the suicidal policy of free trade. Whoever goes lo the polls and votes with tho Whig party, Icmlshisnid tnprotectiom while on the other hand, such as vote with tbo Loco Kocos, commit themselves against it. 1 therefore warn my follow citizens how they vote. I warn them ngainst the deception of the Loco Toco party leaders and pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 August 1843

'Ho touched hisharp.nnd nations h cat d, entranced. From Giaham's Magazine for August. THE A 'I TACK. BV C. F. HOFFMAN. "A band of Mohawks, while the Iroquois forces were investing Montreal, attacked the country mansion of the Sictir do M That gallant gentleman, wounded in a recent Indian conflict, was confined to his bed by feter. Madame do M md her sister Claire were, nt evening prayers in the Hall when the attack was made. An arrow, which entcriiiii through the window, nearly killed her little son, so ex cited the maternal feelings of the former that bha was incapable of exertion ; but tho latter catching a musquctoon from the wall, as she heard tho strokes of the Indian tomahawks against tho door, had the remarkable presence of mind to select the chief of tho band, w stood at a distance, for her aim. He fell, and his followers instantly dispersed in confusion." Wars nf Canada, M. S. Tho Indian whoop i s heard without, Within tho Indian arrow lies; Theie's horror in that fiendish...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 August 1843

.icaaa-Sff,K3 Communication! Mn. I!ditO!i ! As tho time i fast approaching when the freemen of Ilia lliircl Congressional District, nml of the State in KOticint will hu called upon to siiiti.fy by their suffrages who they would havo to lcpTcseiit them in tho next Congress, nml likewise wb" shall have the honor of presiding over tho afftirs of our own State, there i9 ono subject winch nail is of tho first importance to the success of tine Whig principles, ntul to pertinent legislation for tho inti rests of the Slate, I would Willi to sec placed before tho people in its true light, hut of which 1 do not find tint notice taken in your columns which its magnitude demands. This is tho importance of our lunula I cine suitably impressed witlia proper sense of the duty ofbeingum ted m our attention tu thosogrcat questions, thoscdis tinjuisliing pi'ints, lor which tho Whigs havo all along contended ns b.iiij tho hasis of our prosperity as a nation, in preference to other matters of less mo m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 August 1843

'He touched his harp, ami nations heard, entranced. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, Vermont District. IN UAKRUI'TCY. Notice to show cause against I'ctltlon of ('AMPHF.Lt. RLMINGTON, of Huntington, for tui Discharge nuil iirtilicale, as a iiankrupi, ni mo office of Samuel Prentiss, in Monfpehcr, in said District, on Wednesday, the 30lh day of August, A. U. IRIS. at 10 A. 31. I'.LIAS I)OTV,of Huntington, for his Discharge and Certificate, ns a ISankrupt, nt the ollicc or Samuel Picnliss, in Montpchcr, in said District, on Wcilncs iluy tlie 30lh day of August, A. I). 1813, at 10 A.M. 1 84 3. FOR At.uimr.n and iimiia.vn: springs, AM) MISi-ISlll'OI HAY. Tlic Htcam-Iloat o.wr V app From Ucnttoy's Miscellany. CAUt bT, MBit SLEEP. nv vviiuam lo.sns. Calm bi' her sleep I as the lireast of tho octnn, When the sun is reclining upon still wave; Shti dreams not of life, nor its fctnriny cuininntion, For the surge, of trouble rtctde from her gravo ! Calm he herslecil as tho winds tint are sighing T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 August 1843

IV 4 ftk M I L I If I 1 1 1 n f ' NOT TUB GLORY OP C A S A It D U T TUB W E X. F A H B O V ROME BY H. 1). STACY. J II U L I N G T 0 N, V E II M 0 N T, FRIDAY, AUGUS T 2 5, 1843. VOL. XYJf No. 12. DEATH. cr the EDiTon or Tim Woodstock iir.RALn. How idle and how flippantly The name of death 19 said l!y hint who never watch'd and prayed Dcsiio a dyiny bed 1 TI10 eladsomoand llio glorious tilings Of hope, that cluster round Tho path of life, a little while, May more and more abound. But ah! to-morrow kecpeth not Tho promise of to-day, And man must yield his spirit back, However fain to say. Tho strong, the weak, tho wise, llio fool, The despot and his slave, Tho crested count, tho peasant churl All journey to tho grave. Not star-eye I Dcauty's self can win A rati'om or escape From wedlock with tho hideous worm Heiself a hideous shape. One asking look, one strucglc more, For one more cas of breath Tho last life-chiteh foregoes its hold O God ! and this is death 1 If this were all, and if...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 August 1843

fok oovr.uxoit, JOHN MATTOCKS. ron lti.uT. aovEusou, 110 HACK EATON. ran TnEAscru'.ri, JOHN SPALDING. FOR comiri:s, GEORGE P, MARSH. ran sesatoih ion i'iiiTTi:.Nin::t lov.ntv. David u14.11, 1, UTIII.Il STUNK. BF.VATUtl I'OR GlIVN'O ISLE COt'NTV. IVA 1. Ii I S 31 OTT. FOR TOWN REPRESENTATIVE, HENRY B. STACY. Tub Winn Svstem. Home labor; work nt homo; liuv at liuiiif : sell nt hornet spend at home: employ our own countrymen in prifereuce; help Americans first; protect Aiiicticnul.il uri assist American indiis Iryt Ui llio Smith feed tlm .North s the North supply the South) what we don't want wo will ship away ', first Tuesday in September in a voice that may boundcrstonil by tliusci who denounce our whig rbprcsotitutivo as false to the ' r. --s ami rights if their constituents. Wo havo shown tliat it is I mho Focos, ami llioy only, that would sacritico our great imprest Wnol.growiiig. To thu jioiIf, then 1' reunion) Mill iro7rc( IIioeo who protect your rights anil interests. From tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 August 1843

MH. SLAUK'S LUTTHll. It will bo soon by tho followin", lctler from Hon. William Pladu that that yontlettiuti peremptorily declines to bo considered a candidate for Congress npainst Mr. j1aiisii. Wo Know Mr. Si.aui: would never consent to liavo bis nnmo used to divide his old fi lends nnd contributo to elect a pestilent Loco Fo co. Wo believed him to bo too ardently de voted to Whig principles and possessed of too much patriotism to countenance such a movement for a moment and tho result proves that we were rorrcct in our opinion Mr. Slaw: decl.ucs ho shall vote for Mr Mausii becauso ho believes him to bo sound to the cote on the subject of abolition, as well as on all tho prominent political topics which divide tho two parties. Wo now have a fair field, and Mr. John Smith is booked lor Salt Ilivcr beyond u pcradvenlurc. Tho following is Mr. Sladh's letter. TO THK I'llEKMEN OF TUP. 31) CONORES SIONAL DISTRICT OF VERMONT. t find myself placed, liy tho course of events, in a position w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 August 1843

rAJ'-r: 'Ll ii;.1, 'Hu touched liia liarp.und nations licnrJi cnlrnnccJ. from tho New Mirror. three stagus oi woman's love. There is n lovo in early life Which slums parade and worldly strife, And seeks, contemned tho princely dome, In liumble eot, a happy home. More gore-conn than the pomp of lungs, The corn) and the pearl it brunts, Anilalltho lory of the skies, Are liiinc; diamonds lx .ntiiin; oyes, The rose's bloom it yields to view, And lends lis fragrance with its lino ; Tho t'laddcnimi smile, the balmy kiss, With looks of fondness, thoughts of bliss, Feelings that scarce know worldly leavili. And dreams of ecstacy and heaven, Life's dull anxieties abovos Such, such is woman's early love! There is a lovo of older growth, Loss dazzling than the love of youth, Where gentle looks and anxious caro Aspire, tho husband's toil to share; Which seeks its solace and employ, Providing for her children Joy j Which owns no happiness complcto Till they aro healthy, clean, and nrati Which st...

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