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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 December 1846

rrnl.iv, Dec. Id. HUUai:. Mr Boyd, from llio Military Commit tee, reported ,1 bill to iucroaso the pay or volunteers tno dollnrj n moutli from commencement of tlio war, mill granting 100 acres of land to nil nerving to tlio close of tlio war, unless sooner discharged. Reported to t lie Cnminitlce of tlio Whole. Mr llojd mured to go into Committee and take up said bill. Mr McKay said the bill was important. Timo should be allotted to examine it Icforoil was taken up. Tlio vole was then taken on Mr Iloyd's motion, and it was lust. The llouso then proceeded to orders of ihodar. A largo number of private bills, which w ere pas sed over last session, were taken up and finally pas ted. Tlio House then adjourned. Saturday, Dec. ID. Tlio Scuato did not sit to-day. Tlio llouso were engaged exclusively on privalo bills. LATER FROM MEXICO." Tho New Orleans I'icayuno lias received, pa pers from Mexico to 17lh ult. two weeks later than previous adticcs. The papers contain tlio correspondence bet...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 December 1846

a'1 "" J ' f-- jlL 5sf LINKS H,,..l,H k' ih.dc.lh of DrS.l). Kirr.6f Duramen- Ion, Vl., who died t Pomeroy, Ohio, Oct. 23lh. Say, was ll tltlon of beauty ml heaven, Or bright dream of lore, to my rapt epiiit given I I hid yearned lor it lonr ,ni sought ill in nin, Then grasped it a moment, to mourn itsgaio. Like .unburn of glory, or aeraphlm ion;, lie fell o'er my way, and 1 fell that e'er Ion;, The ange la would claim hit bright ipirll on High, Yet, Ob, how could one ell io beautiful die I Fond brothers were round him, whoae pleadings of lore Would hare atald hia bright winga from manaiona Above, For high were the hopca Ihey had nuraed for him here, Oh, what ia there left now I a groan, and a tear! A lather In angulah clung fondly and wild, To the pride of hia aoul, who murmured, and smiled, II While there'a life, there la hope, farewell my bright home, O'er the wild atormy billowe, or far Weal I roam." 11 What, leave me my boy, fur a cold ocean grave I Melhinis I could die thy you...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 December 1846

1 MWPfPWWWWWWWpWpii li Ft .Vtt? .T) -ill ,tnu.int 1? ,, jt w f, sjsltltvr- " V- -iJ- i,.,.,jt jJhccmx wi i , i HI'S . ... 'aw '-, & inmiln Newspaper, EDcuotc & io politics, $omc Snbnstqi, News, SWjricn Itnrc cmtr (General Sute llicjeucc. VOL.UME XIII. K UATTL.EIJORO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 184G. NUMBER 10. I' U II LI SHED EVKIIY TltURSDAY UY Will. E. KYT1IE1S. OFFICE Xo. ) WIIEELEB'S STME Bl'IlDIXtl. Tsbmj. To single subscribers, $i,00syesr. To Com pinies, ind to thoie wlio pay in sdvsnce, hbcril discount will be made. Business Cards. S. Jt. STODDARD'S EAT I NG- HOUSE OYSTER SALOOJV OPPOSITE THE STAGE HOUSE, JUlATTLEBOnO. OYSTERS Wholesale and llctail. (3m 10) P. SIMO.NDS, MlttcrACTURER AfD lltAr.KR lit Ladies', Gentlemen's, Misses' anil Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, HALL'S II U 1 1. J) INC, NEARLY OITOSITF. SMITH'S STAGE HOUSE. E. HART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, t7KO. 8 GRANITI2 IIOW,.0 BKATTIaEI.OKO, Vt. (13) ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M. D., llouicojiatltic & Hydropathic P...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 December 1846

.fj.l mi' wn-if', until'"""1'"1 The Imlians of the Frontier. Tlie wrongs which litre been inflicted upon (tie original occupants of our country, from tlio com menecment of our government ti a nation to the oretent time, oeeaiionilljr rise up In review beforo us, through some new outrage upon the thinned and weakened tribes, or some startling exposition of their helpless and sufferingonditlon. Tlio.,tnbcs lute been driren to tho western frontier, isfrjt' be came "necessary" for their owiy welfare, is Ihey were invariably told, and that the white man might take possession ofjheir homes Md hunting-grounds, which it was equatljy'neeesaary"' tkat he should coret, seize and hold. The fact that tin Indians of She border hare recently attacked the army wagonsjif govetniwrtt on their way to Saute Fe, killing and scattering the drivers and escorts, has drawn out the following statement sf tho condition of the (Vomica, which is abridged from the St Louis Republican; Tnat there arc 'Indians on ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 December 1846

"Message from the President. The President returned an answer to the resolu tion of the House of Representatives calling for in formation in regard to the establishment of tcrrilo ihl governments in the provinces conquered from iucxico, on 1 uesuay mm. uu cnciuses copies oi - tit . I - I II- I : r all the instructions, which have been sent from the different department', In our military and naval commanders. I he President says; "1 hese orders, and instructions were given to regulate the cxersisc of the rights of a belligerent, engaged in acuil war, orcr Mich portbns of the territory of our cuem) as, by military conquest, might bo "taken possession of," and he occupied by, our armed forces rights necessarily resulting from a state of war, and clearly recognized by the laws of nations. This was nil the authority which .could be delegated to our-military and naval com manders, and its exercise was indispensable to the secure occupation and possession of territory of the enemy hicli mi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 December 1846

,!!5!BssjS .1.-. , ,,, , , ,, HTf" " jgricxilttiKal pfipgrtment. . . , ' 'MiicK Cews. ' M. Oucnon, of Paris, claims lo have, made an important discovery in animal plijsPology, by which nnv farmer mar "distinguish, by plainly visible cx trrnal sign.', in any herd of cows, each individual in M, accoruinn; to tne qunmuj ot .mux wnicnaae is capable of fielding, from twenty-six quarts a day down to next to nothing, and all intermediate quan tities." lie also contends thaj a correct judgment may be formed by these signs ai to the quality oflho milk which each cow In a. herd will give, and as lo the limo which will elapse after the animal bo. conies pregnant, before she will cease to give milk. The Treatise of Mr Oucnon, in which these things are stated, has been translated recently into our language and published by judge Meigs, of New York. It appears from this work that the system of M. Gucnon has been subject to the most rigorous scrutiny, under the observation of committees op. pointe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 January 1847

1 - - .i ,t " - " i-V.-.', ! r : .,s t,f JJhamC Si immlji Newspaper, iSlcuotc D to Politics, omc Jninstrg, News, ftgrini ttnw ana flkncval 3ntc licence. VOLUME xm. B RATTLE1JORO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, It 47. NUMBER 20. - a -ak I'UULISIIED EVEUY THURSDAY BY WM. E. KY'JL'IIUK. OFFI0EXo. I WHEELEIt'S STOME Bl'lLDI.MJ. Ttnm. To lingla subscribers, $'i,00 ayrar. To Com panies, and (o those who pay in advance, a liberal discount will be made. Business Cards. S. K. STODDARD'S E A T I NGJtt O U S E OYSTER SALOOJV. OPl'OBITE THE STAGE HOUSE, JIHATTIjCIJOItO. OYSTERS Wholesale and Retail. (3ml0) P. SIMONDSj Ulat-rlCTtRER A HI) DEALT.R IH indies1, Gentlemen's, Misses' and Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, HALI'S HUH, T) INC, NEARLY OITOSITE SMITH'S STAGE 1 10 ITS K. E. II ART, FASHION ABLE TAILOR, Gy.No. s oiiAKiTn now, ItK.VT'iliEnOKO, Vt. (13) ROBERT WESSELHOEFT, M, D., Uouicopathic & H vdropatlnc Physician. EUiot Street, Brattlcboro, Vt. S. PIKE, GUNSMITH, OPPOSITE TUB PIKENIX HOUSE,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 January 1847

fife ' r"f' Charles Hudson's Spccth. (Mowing arc the remarks of Mr Hudson ' ol ,ris'sachi).-ctls, on the War Question, aa report ed by tho Washington union; Mr Hudson nevl addressed (he Committee. Ho w as not moved by tho denunciations of Iho Presi dent, or denunciations from any other quarter. Nothing -aid or done by the President would deter him from a full and frco expression of his opinion, Was it eoino to that, that the executiro coutd in voire the nation in tho war, and then the peoplo must sustain him or he branded as traitors t If bo, tho most corrupt administration must be supported. Gentlemen who boasted of their democracy might present such doctrines, but he had too much the spirit of tho revolutionary fathers to submit to such despotic authority, whether on tho part of a foreign monarch or an American President. Ho believed that the first declaration In the message, that war existed by the act of Mexico, and that the United Stales government had taken all honorable means...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 January 1847

Mi nllcuiioii of Congress lo the importance of immcdi nte action in tliit matter. On inoliun of Air Mnralon, (lie message was re ferred to the military committee. The special order was taken in committee of the Whole, being the hill authorizing ten regiments. Amendments were proposed by Messrs Tihhats and Harrison. Mr McGnughy addressed I lie committee in oppo sition to the war. Messrs II. DjIc, Owen and Hamlin followed in support of the bill, The committee rose reported progress, and the IIouso adjourned, Laic and Important from the Gulf Squadron-Loss of tlic V. S. Brig Somers anil about 30 Persons. By an arrival at New Orleans on the Slst utt., dates to the 13lti wcro received from our squadron oirAnto Lizardo. They cmbraco the mournful intelligence of tha entire lose of the U. S. brig Somera of the blockading squadron, wHh thirty tight of her officers and crew, during a severe storm on thtfSih. The following particulars are from a correspondent oftlie N. O. Picayune, who was on b...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 January 1847

Corn Cakes. 1 F.I Mm Ilurriil. well krtown.'a's iho 'learned black ettiith,' Is taking much pains during liis pcdcitr'iail lour through (J mat Britain to instruct I ho good housewives in tlio mysterios of preparing Indian " 'meal Tor pnlalablo food. Soma of li is recipes may , 'bo of uso (o ihrifly housekeepers in this country which, if it cannot bo called the 'land of cakes,' '''may with propriety be called 'the land of corn bread f and hominy;' Common JounNcr on Johnny Cakes. Into one quart of meal stir one pint of boiling water, with salt; spread it on a board on Inch thick, and lrtke it before the fire, or, otherwise on an Iron over the fire. ' ' SvrEMon Jounnv Cake. Take one pint of cream, half a pint of meal, two eggs, two lablo spoons full of wheat, flour, half a tea spoonfull of carbonate of soda, and salt to suit the taalc. Ilake in a hot oven. An Excellent Joiinnt Cake. Take one quart of milk, three eggs, one tea spoon full of carbonate of soda, one tea cup of wheat flour,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 January 1847

Ictmout Wmv turnip. - 1 - - ' ' - - - """ "" " " " - - 1 " 1 i I yi ill , - . aU" Ncu,sPnPa wok & i0 politics, flomc Sntmstrn, News, gigricu Itatt ani (Scnccal 3ntc lliigcncc. VOL.UME XIII. B ATTL.EBORO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1 i 47. NUMBER 21. PUBLISH I'D EVERY THURSDAY BY WH. 13. IiVTHEK. 0FFICE.o. J WHEELER'S STO.XE BBILDIXli. Terms. To .ingle subscribers, $'i,oo tyear. To Com panies, and to those who pay in advance, a liberal Jicount will be made. Business Oards. R. SPAEDIiVG, XVX. D.. SURGEON DENTIST. OFVICE, First Door South of nUTTON & CLAIIK'S STOUE. (lylO) WARD & BOOTT, (succcssons to josns, denny & Waiid,) MASur ictuuers or LARD OIL AND DYEWOODS, IMPORTERS AND Dr.U.ERS IX dye-stuffs, oils, soaps, chemicals, AMD MANUFACTURERS' ARTICLES, 00 MILK STKKUT, BOSTOJV. AtlDREW II. W.RD, JR. (13) KIRK BOOTT. S. K. STODDARD'S EATING- MOUSE OYSTER SALOOX. OPPOSITE T UK STAGE HOUSE, HIlATTMiHOKO. OYSTERS Wholesale and llttail. (3ml0) P. SIMONDS, MAStrsCTUREA A Kit DEALE...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 January 1847

FROM THE A1HIV. The N. O. Mercury contains soma additional Intelligence by the steamer Fashion torn Brazos: Gen. Wool has received orders fro.n Gen. Tav lor to talcs up his winter quarters at Pirras, ana had seized two thousand barrels of flour and sev eral thousand bushels or wheat, and other govern, mcnt stores. Parras is one hundred and fifteen miles directly west of Sallillo, and the position be ing farthest in advance, the first and second regi ment of Indiana Volunteers had been ordered from Camargo to reinforce Gen. Wool, This would swell Ids command to about 4500 men. Gen. Worth, at Sallillo, was also to bo rein forced by Tour companies of Kentucky Cavalry, ordered to Monterey, wliich would bring his com mand up to about 1700 men. Gen. Taylor, in a conversation with Capt. Yeat man, expressed the opinion that It would be impos siMe to march upon San Luis Potosl from the northern- extremity of his lines until the rainy season seta in in llnne next. The report mat oanta Anna 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. — 14 January 1847

From (he Sent of War. Anv.iNcn op Santa Anna on Saltillo with 20,000 to 30,000 mt.n call rort reinforce MENTS RY GkNEIIAu WotTTII. New York, Sunday, January lOili.OP. M, ,A vessel nrtircd al New Orleans on lslinsl, with news from Brazos In 27l!i and from Tampico lo 20th December. An express from Gen. Wurth, atSiltilln, arrived nt Monterey, on ICth December, elating that Santa Anna was within three days' march with 20,000 to 1)0,000 men, anil asking reinforcements. Gen, Taylor had left the day previous for Victo ria, leaving Gen. Duller in command 'at Monterey, who had sent lo Gen. Marshall at Carmago, and Gen. l'alterson at Montemoralcs, to send troops without delay, and the latter started at onco Tor Monterey, Monlemorales is a small town about 45 miles from Monterey, on the road to Tampico. There was a report that Gen. Patterson had en tered Victoria, hut this wasdoublcd. Tho road from Monterey to Camargn was lined with troops rn mult fur Monterey, in all four regiments, and stirr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 January 1847

Agricultural Department MODE OF CUTTING WOOD. It is now generally admitted tint the best mode or treating a lot devoted to wood is to cut all clear ni you go j for you thus avoid injuring the young growth, and you leave young stumps to scud out their sprouts Instead or old ones, that oflcncr fail to produce any. A different practice, lias Ions prevailed in N, England. Farmers have entered their wood lni and felled the old trees that had begun to decay. And in their Tall one of those would crush a hundred small shoots, and destroy all prospects of a second growth. By singling out individual trees and thinning your forest ynu improve not the growing of the remaining standards, and you encourage not me growui 01 young ones. A lew old trees mil keep the ground shaded enough to discourage a young set, and yet the grass will spring up and prove a nuisance to all other vegetation. Trees in a tolerably thick forest are known (o grow aster man sucn as arc sparse and nave a green award to con...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 January 1847

".'Ink tll Si JTamilj) Newspaper, EDcuotc & to IDolitics, omc Sttbustrji, News, &tjtiai Itnvc cmo (General SiUt! licence. volume xiii. BR ATT1.EBORO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 18 47. NUMBER 23 PUBLISHED EVKHY TIIUP.BDAY BY WM. U. kytiiuk. OFFICE No. 2 WHEELER'S STO.XE BUIIDIXU. Tumi. To singlo auUcribcra, $'.',00 a year. To Com pamea, and la Uiaio who pay in alliance, a liberal dlirount will be made. , Business Cards. R. SPAXDIiVG, IH. r.. SURGEON DENTIST. OlTICE.IHrst Door South of DTJTTON & CLARK'S STOim (lylO) WAR1 & BOOTT, (SUCCESSORS TO JO.NES, DENNY Jc WAIID,) MABCraCTURCHS Or LARD OIL AND DYEWOODS, IUFORTERS AMD DEALERS III DYE-STUMS, OILS, SOAPS, CHEMICALS, AMD MANUFACTURERS' ARTICLES, 90 31 ILK STUEUT, BOSTON. Andrew II. Ward, jr. (18) xirk booty. S. E. STODDARD'S EATING HOUSE OYSTER SAL.OOJV. OPPOSITE T II U STAGE HOUSE, JIHATTL.EUOHO. O YSTEKS inotcsah and Rttail. (3mI0) P. SIMONDS. MAffUFACTURfR AHD DEALER lit Ladies', Gentlemen's, Hisses' and Children's BOOT...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 January 1847

vlicn his lawyer entered with an ominous ctonga I ion or countenance, an J after nbricT salutation Slid " I havo juit got iv 1 11 il of an affair, Mr, Rcnwick, (hit will giro us some trouble." " Whit is that I" asked Rcnwick, calmly puff ing his cigar. " The widow Brainard is inline fxldpgain.'i " Well, if she is foal enoujh'Wfeme tlio old emit, she will get her fingers burned again. A'few dollars transferred from my pocket to yours in tho way of fees, will bo the amounliof tho trouble,' I suppose eh t squire; isn't lliatTtho 'state oftho case t" " " i - " I rather fear the business is moro serious this time," returned the attorney. itenwick slightly changed color, but affecting unconcern, calmly relumed : " Well, let it come ; so that you can Keep it oft" till alter the lirst ol April, 1 m content to bear the brunt." " Unfortunately, it is not altogether a chit suit and can't beiput oft That young devil of a Jor dan, her nephew, is making a criminal caso ol it, and the issuo must c...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 January 1847

VERMONT PIICENIX, The WarNo Balllc Ycf. The New York Courrier del Ctatt Unit, of Satur day, contains tntellijfence relative to the war which contradicts the rumors which have been current for a few days past that Santa Anna was approaching $at tillo in great force, with I lie intention of giving battle to Gen Taylor. The opinion vxpttwd by the Courrier are entitled to great weight from thepeculiar lac tli I if a it has ol obtaining correct information, and the fulfilment, In almost every Instance, of the pre diclions it has heretofore made In relation to Mexico and the projected operations of her Government If this information turns out to be authentic, thern is no prospect that any engogement will take place be tween the two armies for some weeks to come. The Courrier saj a: "Letter received (rom Mexico by a Commercial house in New York, and to which we have every rea son to give entire credit, asserts that the real plans ol Santa Anna have an object quite different from the appare...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 January 1847

n-iii ,"-- i' 8f BYLAWS 4 Of the Windham Provident Institution of Savings. 1st. Objcot of tho Institution. The object of the institution is to provide a meth od of enabling the industrious and economical to iaaf i,lt nsrl nf llifiir- timnorttf nml rmrnlnrr Kf if; ' ibejr can conveniently spare, in such a manner as will afford both security and prom. 2d. Annual Meeting. Tho annual meeting shall he on tho third Wed nesday of January at two o'clock in the afternoon, when the officers of the Institution shall be chosen by ballot. The Secretary shall give nolico In two or moro newspapers' printed in tho county of the time and place of holding the annual meetings at least seven days previous to said meeting. 3d. Officers. Tho officers of tho Institution shall ba a Prcai dent, a Vice President, a Treasurer, a Secretary, and fifteen Trustees, who, with tho exception oM'ho Treasurer, shall constitute tho Hoard of Trustees, and shall hold their offices, excepting thoso first elected, for one ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 January 1847

I i lament - -J J J.JM & jTomHji Ncwjspapcr, SDajotc i totalities, $omc 3ni)nstvn, News, SVcjuai Umrc ana cncrol 3ntc llijgcitcc. VOLUME XIII. BR ATTL.EBOUO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 18 47. NUMBER 23. I'UULISIIED KVUHY THURSDAY nY WM. E. KYTIIEIt. OFFICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S STOJiK BUILDIM1. Tuim. To single subscribcre, QifiO a year. To Com paniea, and to those who pay in advance, a liberal discount will be made. Business Cards. St. SPALDING, m. SURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE, First Door South of BUTTON St CT.AUK'S STORE. (lylO) WARD &110OXT, (SUCCESSORS TO JONES, DENNY &. WARD,) makcfactureiis or LARD OIL AND DYEW0ODS, IMPORTERS AMD DEALERS IX DYE-STUFFS, OILS, SOAPS, CIlliMICALS, AKD MANUFACTURERS' ARTICLES, OO MILK STUI2CT, BOSTOIV. Akdrew II. Ward, jr. (IS) kirk bcott. S. K. STODDARD'S EATI N Cr HOUSE 1JID OYSTER SAL.OOJV, OI-rOSITE THE STAGE HOUSE, BIlATTIiEUOKO. OYSTI2RS 1 Vholesale and Retail. (3ml9) P. SIMONDS, HASCrACTORER AMU DEALER In Ladies', Gentlemen's, Misses' anil Childr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 January 1847

ft' The Hon. M'niMr Thompson's Letter. Wo hope or rojJeri will giro tho Cottoning IctterTroia the ' Hon. Wiild; Themoton, of S. C, to the Editors of lira National Intelligencer, epon the ta ani osr relations with Metlco, in ailenuvo pereau. it ui wi receiiccica m.i ivir i nompmn re iJeJ In Mexico Tor tome time, and point., nothar, it thor vuz.h en acqualnUirttt with lira nifitlcrs or which he ipoakau ftnr nuft liTi.g;, ln optntoni aro entitled to great refpectv To the liilltors of the National InUlligtnetr, Gentlemen : Whatever my opinions may bp o the necessity ol tno ift with Mexico gnu no war can be iust which is not absolutely nccca aary I liave hitherto forborne publicly to express those opinions. If I believed the President Acre disinclined to terminate the- war, such a discussion would be proper ; but, m wo ore assured that he is nnxious for peace, (a'ntt certainly no Hiring man has so many reasons to do so,) I refrain on this occa sion irom cnstMssingtnrs point. It is not to...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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