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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 25 April 1844

HI U 1ST AH ? Balsam of ild Chrrrv. TV fcrt w'hritae known to m fc i..riret ; O&wvm Jwm rf ntrt '-. ini'iii f ftr 1m', f issffcs. ''-.Ms, Ji fWyl.mi. .(: til aK, ( Putamatt OtfUli. f ! at tStf titm aaaaawi sxuVw I , ISTAH MtaksVaJ tir f ft j-sif..mpd ii. mr4faW if, ( fjr rr;fl, TRUK-. H sHipfo? i4 fM A gtlng tt'uii' I1lmm I 'iixt Crr.H fmtttm attacks tit abios.i j Ofli fcaaro tar fart of the eowMrt should bp ad-, tiMM4 u Iuk Hutu, No. ISS Pulton tutri. N' t Vsjik. M I J DA.VIUl A HI. I. J.. lUilacsd. i,LH,V SARSAIMRIIiU. hemes ; paihts Ulfc-aiurrc. u:A,mni' f nSTITl" riON, t' o H IT' f en' AjU B w, n.' ui t. ni autrd (..-.lira. constantly rr)aitnan .!! i! M ;: ; nn.xstmr.rns VEGETABLE TILLS' TV Vnxrtttal Mrtlxmt of Life I rp JIKIIi: are firaltHfs h-th i)ily M iolrl!rt .1. ! wttMn , i ll K.rh iiMuin hcita bate AMMf. J errr "Wc-h it'fy htp pwpr. .fl 1 ntttducpd by ihr unusatitT of the lsWI. 7V Ilramiirth Pills rmete Uhi cium of U rfitcates bj Mufvlnc Ihp blood, t'.ev nro theie. tm...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 2 May 1844

IBUHNLAitlD UX GEO. H. BEAM AN. KUTLANI), THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1844, VOL. 50.NO.U8. THE HERALD PabUihed ovary Thursday Horning. TSM PR Tttl. lh ml . 61.50, 0lfl tnonthi credit; 5 rnM add'tf inv tfr raid J Delivered hy tht Vilttige entrirr. ,' - $2.00. Motto tor errrybctli ; 'Tnfnnrnrr Yetir Gin" Tfftm "Poetry f Fr1ll. ) fpifltml M-'li " THE PLEASANT SPRING HAS COME AGAIN. DV ISAAC r. MCrAltD. The pleasant nri'ng hag como agnin, lis voico is in I lip trees, It sponks Troot rvory S'innv glen, It ridrs upon tho breeze! The scattered flocks nrc lowing, Beneath each shady tree. The gentle winds ore blowing, Oh come, rejoice with mo I The pleasant spring has como again, hear tho river's roar. It sparkles, fonms( nnd leaps as when My summer skiff it born I Stern winter's chain is rended, Tho Rushing founts nro free, And light with water blended, Is dancing o'er tho sea I Tho pleasant spring has come again, All nature's heart is glad, Tho mountains riso like giant men, And smile with beauty cla...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 2 May 1844

amount ' and the1 M Hd!nri fh t duo to hu constituents and Att.fi In order to ascertain the full K th fount iv to flVr resolution which he sent, of the debts and liabilities herein nuuim xl jintberhair fr the immediate txp-tlsinn of theljerality nod 1M1ty Ibn-cof, fo'ir commissioners j n White nf Kentucky and 'lie Hon Mr .shall be anMvnlMl bV tlie fV.jtd nttf ifr I ruled I H ri. John Hrfibbun, of Nv V,nk . Mr Whrta ii fl- v Srwnlin?-in fihulc r , ... - Mian. i pro $ o r f f s ARltlVAL OF THE ACADIA tttfhua Intrr from 1 ir. Th .Su-SbpAcdi srutrj st Ifcr-en Sun dy 21 intt Sbe hi a rou jh niiij sr.dKm coanttrol tnutlt 1: by witch she lod nestly two .1.... . t- mf" . S Mr. O'CerneJI taMtpt Wssntr; bt 'l. who rtwfrrfJ in P"" M' w not exerting twelve months', unlcMthe frU jtfWKtd wan) K fc IIookcI Oifoef ' " V "E.?"1 ",.l,jr ' McCau,,,n. n",n- Con6fr of the United Stales .'nil prolong the wAW.illliPiKiorr 'Ur f mm (Ma. tune. They shall takenn oath for the fatthfuldij. Tki n.r,rr... ?. U i...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 2 May 1844

A Iscior.MT Occurred toJay in the Houic which prove bow much tho Locofocos nre an r jfj t iho enthusiasm which the Whigi drc Uut to enter upon tho ('residential campaign! Tbcy can i bear to witness the cheerful spirit and hiUri!)' displayed by their opponents end iho ting xng of good Clay song it death to thcrn. A bill nti under confidcrntion milking appropriations for certain Harbors and Riven, when Mr. Payne cf Alabama, q Loco Jbco, gavo ilic House a sec ond edition of the poetical spe.ch ho made one (lay lart week. In the course ofhis remark he iJ the whig party did not intend to carry the tkction by distuning important principles, bnt by tinging tones. lie endeavored to ridicule tbem, on account of the practice that was common Rtnong tho party, of singing theso unmeaning tongs, (as ho called them) on all occacions. In order to Id tho housa sec what sort of means thev relied upon, to elect their candidates, ho would get the Clerk to read one of the songs He accordingly tent to th...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 2 May 1844

JSiil I tftl , iim .mh.itaiiy tactitian. N ! lit"e (mo ttjiiestfos t4 Mt itt Tmc Ilrrw Cmi Ccr. fift lk (U Tt r M'U Uittrir. ' f?i ficniooi. or tii r. soldi bk. Qgr.ti.ofl I . WMl U tb ftyect of lM. school I Afci. The InMnKtien f ll iwuli; wl.kh it r.juWt to ih Itutiuctiwi .fih company, tn IAh'rfrw! that of lU UltIio. Am. Tinea pi-JVf'. fprWwJ "hat tU& t e laiyfti lo trioli Wl arnu-.f', .1.. m...larrm..lUIOdlCnil lillr-CS- i ir. ikicrriri T atri;nmfn(, U.e imhIi ij t!i rioM. KTZt ut .hihf p uf diterthin. QOttlWn 3. Huw it well pail tftrWca 1 Am. Into Ivuti. Qnckikin I. Hftwr ( I'jirt Fiar ditlded 1 - An. Pit I'lut, U. wht Uiuuld b taujlit td trirrulu without armi, U dlrHeJ folkiw- 1- 1 I'otltteo of the autdler; rye ti?ht, left, r.J IJor.1, Uen 2i luring I-n . -l'n.ti.lc i.f tlx dlrnl Hffin rtjmmnB n-- yti t; I'tTM f filf ( lite fcbUque M'ji in riint llflw. ' 'Q&ctlon 5. ll'iw it Pier Sicomd diildud ! Am. I'4it Frcarxl, li tti miiul of tiroMho U.ton I;- ' . ... J .d,.i.l.t i....

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 9 May 1844

liV GEO. II. BEAM AN. KTJJLAND, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1S44, VOL.. 50. NO. 19. ryyj herald rabllsaod ovory Thursday Moraine. TERMS rr.n VKAR. Left singly, on routs, at the subscribers door SI, 73.") I):,rrrt-Jtn packages, or take n atthetflitct$fit) I moil $1,00 Ontt months credit;- cents added if not then paid) Delivered by the Village earner, - $2.00. .Motto for cttrylcdji; "Encouriwt Your Own'' I pliael and tlie olher great artists hail been able to j Tlicre is found in Egypt much of the China porco-, ' preservers brightness and beauty of their printings, bin, so that there must havo been commerce be- Uut if wc marvel nt ihcso artists, three centuries ilwoon these two distant nations. Canals, a boasted back, what shall wo aay to those paintings found in ' modern intention, were made and uicd by tho an. the tombs of Kgypt, more than two thousand years cionta, if not for travelling, at least to convoy mer old, and yet kept fresh and bright, though buried fur chandiso and burdens. One Is ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 9 May 1844

Tvikt mm Um crx4 ib Mii w)mh firn w Utt biMir-c trf puUtl pc, ho tmt t jjrt ! 'he UUa I eHte iht no rnatltf lrik qumon ftf ferwgti territory wooUWraore mUmnnl or prrgtwiw rofc ful cwio(. thn that fr obtain. hg'Ahtih W larcngtnniog one r ;ain ar-other rouoi uie csim" Bh' principle, put into fnrartitJl orrti eM mmfe tha extismer, if rt M n c,,uinlv .l. . .J ditalution of the Union. II ups - -- . I lit I.im tulhe UOIM ntwWC in CriUtMtlon rmuittd 10 nlh' b.lu.oJ.ullher.l foiiher a,. lm ' "l"1'" ibe-balltnee of fxlM r" 1' "'!'. 10 nre"rr of thi rnirit of universal dominion, the Mrtof the confederacy which iJ now weakest, i i tr ill ......I. fAtvt ifm lititvifftil.ili. 'bnrsf'r end d ir.gJiihrd serM The announttnunt . -rwsn R'Mrrmin t W . hfe r. an : Mrclninv l i:i . r nun t. 4 with hit maty, tt bismy i -"4 b' tr the. tnnmnluirt succcM f . td't principle, and in the general welfare of .. ,!;' I. M..t. fV tlinub. , ,rH with loud Cloy was present in the Rolnda, W not, 1 , nu, K l. v.-, wih ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 9 May 1844

llilil-iy Df partincnl. I ffi? rR.J W&ti h THE MILITARY TACTITIAN. No. It. He foirn of questions and sciwcfV, on the system t, Scott, piepsrcd for Tuc Rctiaicd Cmzes? CorV. rt t ' eoa fit. Tl.t toUitr miif i lilm'uir. William C. Rider, Cant, Tilt llamilbal Smith, 2J l.icut. 4th Cyius A. Booth, Qt Master, 7th Cyrus Smith, Adjutant 7th Will. a n J. Odell, Adjutant Oth David Montgomery, Capt. 9th ate f Ytrment ) R'' wnnbereil that ; rPithTf r ss, 1J at probata curt l'ART I. Question 14. How should patt first be taught 1 Answer. To one recruit at n time; but two.ur at r, it three, may be united when tho number bo great c spited with that of the inatructota. Ques. 15. In the l.itttr cite how ahould the re mit be placed 1 iu. In a tingle rank, at one pace apart, without t-iiit LESSON 1. Positio of the Sotnitn, Ques in. What is fAe position of the heels f Ana. JIteli on the tame line, and at clott togtth- tr at the conformation of the man may ptrmit. Quo. 17. What reason do you give fo...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 9 May 1844

im u nit duet a v VEGIXtKLi: PILLS Tie Vmttrt Mnltftir f Ift f J. c. nu, v. lb if hccittln l.tibt iui iTmrtf.t4 tf wUcititsfy liiif petier. AMt i pnxJotd by ! lmtiiy of iW tttHl, 'n I!imJ(Ii i'Mlt iriiwjie tlic ru B Jit.,'. tf piijis Uiw4i they am there fw jHr"ft rilM imirril. Jr tie mfW In ibrti Mrf-fjUwi, tn4 fctuf ftilin; m ItKU Woficul r( nt. Hrntnf: Tbtl ach box f the ppnln h fm it llr roping! UWh. Thit cri UUd h m iljfiituttt of Dr. Iknin llrtedttih upon It lint tltrrr qihiI 1 won Mfh btl lhlC Mfltute ll ; Dr. Ilrpjtmln UriMrrtS, M I) And tbir Hrtixorr. thu. Ihm.mih iUmwlrrth. ALSO DR HllANDHETH'S K.VJ'EliNAI. - IIKMKOV OH LINIMENT. -itittb fcr iiroJir.rr rr tatirtrL psiti o. C , thtt tprtlM. OHIJ lew. wniie rinnRF .mtli.iu btrii.ict. miIT 11 V, toro luuit . eaWrwrfl - "f the HiclC, .otKfuUMis rli , tj."r 'wrl, (ltd Ktty description uf in line iV rittrinr of lite hmati frame, art Mr S,l'!f rflved, by Im itcm ta be sufli my eiUMei remedy. , Tht t!Ut.:5 '!' i!'1' Jl'.olp4 AgPtlt...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 16 May 1844

14 , , it i ... KV GEO. H. BEAM AN. the nun a id rabllihod oyory Thursday EXornlnf . TRRMK rCR YEAR. Left Hnty,on routs, at the tubteriltrt door $1,76.1 Mtteredtn package or taken at tht offiitMW I . " 1,50' OnO months eredityii emit added if not then paid J Delivered by the Village tamer, - $2.00. Motto for everybody; "KnroiirflfC Your Own" From the Tribune. SONG OF 1775. HV MRS. J. W. MEIlCUIt. Ay I let our glnd shouts swell the air Loud burst t ho cannon's roar I Tor 'ncalh the despot's ruling chain Wc bow the knea no more. Wo swell the shouts from thousand hearts, The noble and the free; Whoso every pulse is beating high With fire of liberty. Wc swell the shout I wo raiso our staff! Our colors float on high; As the ascending eagle sweeps Majestic through tho sky, Wc bear tho flimsy fabric down A despot's hand had reared, With noble souls to gird us on What is there to be feared 1 We'll raiso the altars of the frco Throughout this vast domain, And hill shall echo back to hill, Th...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 16 May 1844

ke-ytbe h3 pore, by phming them si s dmuttte freta rch eihtras poMWr Thev wd. rn, iJWi, li eacambers, pimjiVini ti4 o Mrlta wrll rnum tkesr tm!; fc ten y ad re flfc m4o:tm ikn wbe Urtb.nx tbrj it Mt mm mi-a to ? ith,r.fc ealn?blr. 6 "f ' f k . i.' .tt -t '. " W w j, t- tJ fr it . fiiHyir ,r ein, rd t4m from thit Tb best varictr of the wur melon arclheUsrV Spanish w irarrtal; of ib tnuik, ibe Notmcjr, wbcn H can be grM C1, ihc Uii at lean I like it ! tt C tt E, THE PHILADELPHIA RIOTS. Wmxitiur. My 5, 12o'clocW, nocn The eseitwnrnt increasing with iho crouds f jwfHr gatherm? in the dirt rif t Families ore temtng from their duelling in every quarter, far rqtr around Some of the military rc -fll urw the- orwirxl to protm those removing1 8fJ to allav l rxciirmrnt 1 A row of1 frame iJij'nf, from which the ten enti hare reronrrdftfTfc fired nnd won after an other ron-,litcwire untenantl!nit in renrof Cad wtUJtr Hrrrt, in the immntitlc vie inity of the Inle fire, were fired and destroyed. A...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 16 May 1844

te Xoiih. But this l Mr day's opinion, nd who Loco Fcco Harmony Sinco the appearance mire capable nfiudcinct He lives In Ihe midst of , of Van Hurcn'i Texas letter ducord, disorder and p.stfry, ind hit long been secostorrei lo lhat kind ! dismay reigns most adrnirabh a ' hk!t ind obsetrsiion which would enable him to at Mnclon. The brawlinjj , 'c9 correctly in relation to that matter. Hut iv Rb Mr Clar'a opinions cxptessed in the speech I jf , rred in the Senate, abovo referred to, may dif- J fcr from ihe Abolitionists of the North, or, if you plr f . are vronz, it does not necessarily follow t'.it he thinks Slavery Just and right. Tor ho only offers with some of us on constituttonsl questions ind questions of expediency. And I repeat that Mr Clay in lhat aims speech, expressed himself d (idtiily opposed lo Slavery; as he has at all other ' I'idci whenever he has spoke upon; tho subject. For thjtih of my assertion, read the speech re ferredWprcad his reply to Mr Mendonhall read his ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 16 May 1844

indou Sash. ennn -'fjs -, muui. ikMnMH for 1 5. 20 and SI Uth win don rrlt caaeoxati 6 b r g and ty 0 ut. tiwi ; eitrf-r fannied m abort mule, iu4 '"- HURT Jt MASON. RutHtxL April fi7, 1841. 18i Bench Screws. JUKT K UStN Lit. for ! taarh . It etr low brtcrt ti dimtf ?kiuM hate IttillanJ, A (oil ?7, 1641. 18 50 lOLZ PA1TS. HURT A MASON have jittrrertr! 1 la XJ ply of Ittlittti Milk Pana ol U firat fffl tup- qntllty, lot J low. Holland, April 97, 1PM. 1S.S0 1 NOT.ICE. T Hntubrrfbrlaietthlmeilrod onre mote to inform hit cu.tomcia tml the tfimlo In crneral inn as urn camra on inc nooi nl Shoe builnot la til It Tiitoui branches, and In as Rood tye i cn I found In the Stale of Vertnoii -I on at tea nmtble ieim.aiwl he hut on hwt a fi aifortmcnt of boola ami W nf til Ulivd. ,!.. I. I.a will ..it .... 1 - ..111 .!. .1 . . " . on reasonable inmi for caah or moat Linda farmer'! produce. The uWcilll It attticariTinc onthr Hutehrrlne bntlncaa at uauai and hopes Jo .hare the patronage f th gener...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 23 May 1844

t. IJV GEO. II. BEAM AN. lTJND, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 184:4, VOLr. 50. NO. 21. Tin: herald Miibod ovory Thursday Moraine. tiMi-rm tear. I,ttt tin'lu.nn routt, at the luiicntcri door $1.75.1 P'hcereJ in packager, or taken at the nTce, 91,50 i Ily matt $1,50 I OiO months crcdtt;-2$ cents added ifnotthen patd Delivered by the Village carrier, - - $2.00. Motto for tztrylody; "KnconriiK Votir Own" price was set on his head largo botlici of troops suit in tcarch of him but nil in vain. One day llio Pf inco of Lcpcrano, Colonel Cal ccdonio, Major Dclpontc, with a dozen other offi cers, and a score of attendants, were hunting in a forest, a few leagues from Rari. when llio crv of I'Vnndarilli I was suddenly heard. t Tho party i'toolt to flight with tho tilmoit precipitation, and oil escaped except Major Delportt, who was one of the bravest, but nt tho same lime, ono of tho poorest of tho whole army. When he was told j that he must pay n thousand ducats for his rnnsom, he only laughed, and nsked...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 23 May 1844

t am r J'--y wmtu rnr-i: truu: or trAM oniiien The Otbe cr the other hand oVnoiinr i the , o Hill mating ai ' r.cre handful or mal- t ...i.ikI ISiiI Iiiill. a 4f4mhtt nxvinemA of lhl ' crouslv rods by thrranmg t to the ntiiifh. we retrain: n mr -'-"- , "V,, -ltwiint caucus.' but ludl thus Amfritin likjf anl thC t .. . paper tbooW atirror to fo.tif. fu pc-jucn by quo- by it. Mr. Rrtchtc n ,h itn- fiom n iiwb cf mem Ut ofthe Hutu'' Mr. Dromgoolo oH ,U O.J then tai.es bat a I, .11 may se nJ wonJer l .- -and that Von purer, will go for 1 cxaa as soon r.i tu N. v rtNrirr rt the defeat ok tih: tariff. We find re hare W '- Ml bnsr during l,tm(m-t, in r-' "' t,'mt' ",,t of It yfi mir- It ptrdoniMe, error JtoHnf. f" v n" tppoed that nun wfU liwlf d tn i wl in cnpml nc fW with the dimneraiie pi tv t democrats in reality. JJut wo hire l-ti greatly mistaken fio sooner dm a Utt meaiurr prm-nt itself than 'tin; tru rut' of the ease i rerrabd. and g-nlle-tnrn who wnt Mfuilina about ni nitternt nf ...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 23 May 1844

At ihe rr quest cf ic r n I of the many friends hre of , e subject of ihe fallowing r rticlc, wc chccrlully r e p'acc ,,e ffinlt nr,d manly tribute piid the re m ry of a defeas d fiiend by one whoj nl ili j j n an uncompromising political opponent, thn'i bal the bonis of fritnlihip, hare claims vci. I im beyond those of patly. t-'rnm the Wolloek lj PEATH OF COL EDWARD 11. BIL LINGS. 1 has never fallen to our lot to record n death f j.rply nfilictingto tho immediate relatives and ff -r.d of the deceased, nnd so painful to the com irunny at large, as that of the individual whose namo stands at the li end of this nrticlc L 1 is lots ti rne of those afflictions which the titart of the community fcrls b.ko a blow, nnd in this case, the mire stunning from the fact that it camo unexpec. rd and undtfended. IlnC he met his fato nmong1 v. could we have nidi-d him in his struggle for lire, and have rendered him such assistanco.thoiigh never so unavailing, ns any one of us nil would hate perile...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 23 May 1844

UNI OX AT Ci.ARKM)V?i .vi'.H 1844. . -, J, -TV AVID JIODGMAN. (liter.. K J J t.cl ftvptU U.r tf Hie U.t nlTlll' r!t-fihmnt. inmmncc to tli TES O jiT t.u ,. U. fcaa, till "ffinBwnSr S riM undergone a thorough nd complrlo renovation, sua i h fortlhed rnl fitted it U.t cotntost r.o rontiru. , ttK of mr f M he tetttn of f"Wanblc I ipr.tiy,j'iUeo'pJr.itirr, . ) Ol the roedirtnl proittfj f ibeutcr.roib. tnj rxd be mk1. IIhxJh lm bve prut eJ ,bc,, filter, are ready U testify lht vhett ihey '" rM Mlr.4 Urry row wp," rd though onee -ltne bj infirm "ilieT now on Imp for Joy. A LADIES' SCHOOL U tvrw in tticrenful operation, conducted by Mis J. M. Smith ol Hoeklnrbtm. Vt., an able and ic- tnphbdintuuctrf,litch wwrite uch young I Udif Mlih to reflate impaired health and at the am lime allritd to literatjr purtullf, an opportuni ty of t;ndlni a few week tnoat pU:aiantly, and at a tt thing eipent. The tobteriber pledget himtelf to tach may jdetM to faroi him with their pittonigo that they aiitll g...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 30 May 1844

JV GEO. H. BEAMA1V. THE HERALD rablUb.d .traiy Ykwrafey XaraUf . terms rsa yab. , ,itfrf m packagtt, or taken at the office, $1,50 'r . - - - - 1.50 - - -- -- - www, y ffvrtf fuat Drtittrtd by the Village carrier, 93.00. Mttofor tvtrvbodv i "F.Htannte Tear Bi Rc qn ic m j th lit Wlllu Gijtord CUrlc, written Bfortlr ifur the dutli oft wlfo wbo wu dearer to tlin thin bli own ex iitcnee. I see thco still! Remembrance, faithful to her trust, Calls thco In beauty from the dust ; Thou earnest in the morning light Thou'rt with me through the gloom)' night; In dreams I meet thee as of old, Then thy soft arms thy nock enfold, And thy sweet voice is in my car; In every scene to memory dear I see the still ! I see the still ! In every hallowed token round ; This littlo ring thy linger bound This lock of hair thy forehead shaded, This silken chain by thee was braided; These floweis, all withered now like thee, Unloved, thou didst cull for me ; This book was thine here didst thou read Tin's pict...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 30 May 1844

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Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rutland herald. — 30 May 1844

Washikotok, May 21. HOUSE OF HEL'HESENTATlVES. t. n... .n nt 1.. nrvntnl. nn rrsnlii. ! t-onr adopted ot New Orleans, in favor of the Im.Jwn '.Washington (Pa ) Reporter. ... . - aiacwa M w-- - 1 -- -1 w-r tr.eiiate annexation oi icxat, A motion was made to lay (ho resolution on the ulle, end the yeas and nays were called; The vote was in some respects a test one mi J txcrraa zrcat oesi oi intercswn tne ucufc. some wee fearful of the end but the rote made known the following very snlisiJClorj' result Ayr 103 iNV 78. Mr. Duncan moved that the House go into Committee of the Whole upon the Oregon Bill. Mr DJiican called far the yea ntid nay, but the motion waj re jected by a rote of 85 yens to 89 r.iy Th Commhtccj were then called upon for Re ports The followinrj were submitted From the Cominittre on Post Offices and l'ot Roads, rt bill toiidnptlhe rnti s of Postage to . I I a .. a wc rttierui coin, nnato nimdjje tnc irnnK. From tliu Military Committee, making appro prialions for new fo...

Publication Title: Rutland Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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