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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 April 1846

WATCtlMAN & J0U11NAL. v.. i WAim.v, JK-. i:mtok. .fONTP F.LI Ml, Til U US DAY, APRIL!), 181(1. TDK AltMY AND NAVY. Tlio anxiously sought information relative to tlio incroaso of the Army and Navy has ul longlli been produced in Congress. Tlio first Important fact elicited is, that this increase of tlio Army and Na vy was ol suggested by tlio President. If there foro lie, with nil the facts relating to foreign affairs, aaw rc.isonible around for war, ho is convicted of gross negligcnco for not suggesting tho required preparation. Hut the charitable and just inference probably is, that tho President did not anticipate war though ho his permitted both branches of Congress to spend nearly the wholo session thus fir, legislating upon a question which may involve tho peico of Iho country, without communicating either his own opinion, or fears, or confidence, and almost without giving Congress1 any real knowledge at all of the condition of tlio gtavc question which it has been discussi...

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. — 9 April 1846

1n.1v firt.nfn ilnllnnt nti'l flfltf ennU ! mltl it nt thn laiiil oflieo fur hmU, but wns ewlnit loil, nn-l pnt mi Inn:!. The discussion U still oitig on m tlnn report cloics. MoNitAV, Mnreli -10. In llm Konnto Iti-ila" Oeii. Noiwimi r Ti'xns ii rule In nppc.ir.inco ui'tli lil-t "tr.ui(rn looldiiff Mux lean Unbf. I wna never o iiiiicIi ilUiirmituil hi n,.v nno in in lilm. I Iml nevnr kopii lutn, Iml Ii ul crcil In- imrtriiiti, but vns iiuicb inilu4 by Ilium. I rvpcctcil In pim' n niv.igo, but a vury niucli pirnilicL'.l in lii!" Iiivnrnti lliu flrnt silit rfl" liiiu. lid wns itilnxlitccd by Ins culln.ij;iio, Mr. llul. 'I'br l'i SrnttiiM lliiin ilruw InH lor tbii (l.ipsili cnllnn. Sun itT I linisliiii drew No. 1, nml there fore rt term vx pi res in 1617) Kfiintnr Jlii'slt ilrow N". ;l, nml lliurnfiiro hit term contimic til! 18.11. 'I'liH 'i'l throw pnnr Houston into lliu fluid Sn for n reelection. A'tor boiiip tiilcoltnnrniis lushics", tlio Kc3okl- II. ii nl' Mr Phil'lnll una iillitll...

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. — 9 April 1846

GOOSDEMIY BUSHES. " Wlion properly managed, they tiro stiro una al most abundant bearers, but if neglected in culture, they soon becomo littlo bolter than n briar uusli." ' Itilson. The best goosbcrry fruit is borno upon tho last Bcason'a wood tit tho bnso ot llio now snoots pill" tinj brtli. Consequently this "dwarf fruit tree, but of tho meaner sort," as llitt lias it, boloncs al so to tho intcrmcdlato (or second) class, and may bo pruned by shortening or cutting out branches at nlnnsiim. vet in tho former inmlo. 1)0 careful not to encourago too many buds to put forth, or clso tho head of your " tltvurf trco" will becomo a thicket. Tho bearing shoots, if dead at tho end, had better bo shortened a little. At tho earno titno, lako out all suckers lyinir bencith tho head (which latter UI1UUIU.UO III JlClglll UHUIIl. UIIU lUUbllUlll UIU giuuuu; and nil growing up from tho root, l'rcscrvo ono main stcm.only to your bush. Hub off all tho moss that may bo. upon it, and then cut out sonio...

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. — 16 April 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1G, 1846. VOL. XL, NO. 22.--WHOLE NO. 2061. "WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TfJtMS SI 50 ronti in nilvoncc j S3 00 if pavmont Ii not made in advance j Intcrcit alwoyi clurnl from Iho end of tlio ycur. POETRY. THE VOICES AT THE THRONE. BT T WKHtUOOD. A litltc 0,11,1, A liltlo mcck-feccd, quiet, villngn cliilJ Bat plnginif, ut lirr future ilour ut evo, A low, fvrvt-l Sabi.it It ong. No liumiin cat Cuugtit Iho faint mc!oil no liinunn cyi ItohclJ tlio upturned apect, tr I ho anilta That wrenllitcl her Innocent lijm tho while they breathed The oft-ri'pouti'tl bur-leu of thu hymn, ' PmUo Oodl piulP Oodi" A Pcraph by the Throne In tho full c'ory r tooth With eager-liiirnl lie tmoty i Tic jfoMnn Inrp-ftrlngi, till a UoA Of harmony on the coletlUI air Welled forth, uncanlnjj. Then, wlili a great voice, lie mng the Holy, holy, evermore, Lord God Almighty !" and tho eternal courli Thrilled with upturo, and th...

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. — 16 April 1846

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. M. i,VAtroN, Jit., imnoit WONTPELIElt, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, J810, WOOL AND WOOLENS. As our readers have been informed, tlio N. V. Jotrnal of Comtncrco (ami-protection) lately pro tlicted that the present spring's crop of wool would bo increased in value one fourth, by asportations to England a prediction endorsed by tlio North Star. Wo have been curious enough to notice the quan tity of wool exported from New York from Jan. 1 to March 184G, (one full quarter,) and find that it amounts to tho enormous quantity of 174 balc3 oil told II Our readers can readily seo what like lihood tbrr (j rf . , ,,,,, , .''"... ' ' . , - I . -1- ct'vtu. s ill lii : t - i' , i j U1 1I the i, pes of ":l i i) thu i it '' , ."".' I'm , " '; i (' , "iiui Aina. " 'j. 7 ' ji'i j i ' iii'iffir'mWi, t:Ii not sL'inl l" it,: " 1 ool nnd pay ,1 ' i; i true, -' ' '' l .iii t liplttt pn C.'.' i' "Lata they So nl hoi .c.F'Moo 'I'T'J, their W.illlil lie '.. ., 1 L' ' ' '- 1 ' iwt-lj .''i .A -iv ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 April 1846

TO THE TAX-PAYING COMMUNITY IN VERMONT. no. v. Tho report oftho Treasurer, oa nitditoil ill Septem ber, 1845, exhibited a credit to the Stnlo of 82,007, C), "cash returned by clcrk'sol courts lor last year's advances." It may interesUomo to know somoivliat in ilolnil tho operation of the act of 18 U. vlilch has contributed to this result, tin our .)J number it was shown to be tho duty of llio auditor "to keep an eye upon every State claim, and to noli- fy tho Stato'a Attorneys of their respective coun ties of such claim, and to furnish tho ovidenco necessary to sustain tho State's rights and sccuro its collection when practicable." Tho law was at tPinpted to bo executed, and with what effect will hereafter appear. Tho clerk's returns are requijed In Aiiniat. nml tliov are subse quently carefully examined for tho correction of errors, oj.c. v o proposo to rcicr iu suinu u iug. in these accounts, ns presented in 181 4, and re quiring corrections. Tlicso will best appear from mmla bv t...

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. — 16 April 1846

PUnLIC COMMUNICATION PROM TUB STATE SUPERINTENDENT 01' COM MON SCI100LS. As tlio ptoplo or the State, tind moro cspcciiiily tlioso on wliom devolves the duty of cmnloying r,.e tlm orlinnli In tlmir rc9icctivc districts. nrn directly interested to know what roffiilatioiis have been prescribed by tho Slato superintendent in rc(jard to tho examination ot tcneliera anil tho ranting or ccrtilicaice, u n iiuuniuu uui uiiiyproii or. but important, that tho substance of these res illations should be made public. Hy tins incoti3 prudential committees will bo ublo to judjjo how far ilmso certificates cxnress tho viows of tho ex aminers relative to tho qualifications of candidates and how fur such candidates aro designed to re lievo committees fromlho responsibility of judging for themselves in regard to qualifications. The ru'cs then which have been prescribed for County Superintendents, niiu recommended 10 Town Superintendents for their adoption ho far ns tney may see lit 10 -concur in uicin...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 April 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, APML 23, 181G. VOL. XL, NO. 23 WHOLE NO. 20G2. W A lf1 ITIt A TM r TOIT1? TV A T. AiuiiniArs cv juujtnAb. TERMS 1 SO ei.tilniuiWci $2 00 if piwncnt I. not ina.lo In advance) Intcrolt alwoy. charged from llio end ofllio cnf. 's" POETRY. rtom 'mI'. Saturday Uarclle " BURY ME WITH A1Y FATHERS." ttr CHABI.tl M. CLEVELAND. O lury me not In ibo wild wood lone, Though it quiet Is uevcr broken j Nor yet In n sput obscure, unknown, Wlieio a word is netur spoken. 0 hy mo not where tlio wintry bl.nt O'er eternal pliln In sweeping, Nor In the cavern riicp nntlnt, Wliore the fnmihJ uott l creeping. Not there I Not there I Bury mo not In ihe deep wiM sr-n, 'Nentlt llm tcmpett drion billow, Where tho mmistera rtel In fiendish glee, O lnijko not ihero my pillow, Nor yet In tho Abbey, old ml gray, Where pride nncl po nji ore sleeping, Nor with ih licit, tho grent, tho gty, In thccostlv mnthto'it kerpiug Nut ther...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 April 1846

WATCHMAN & JOUUNAL , P. WALTON, JU . tiPlTOIt. MONTPHLIHR, THURSDAY, A1'1UL2!!, 1810 FiTaIHUPON TUB TARIFF 01' 18 It! IN TIIH IMI'OIITATION OP WOOL. It will bo recollected by our renders, since wo liavo repeatedly published tlio provisions on this subject, that tlio Tariff of 18PJ limits tlio duty of fl per cent, to coarse wool onljj lint on all other wool it imposes a. duty of !J cents per pound and !10 per cent, ad valorem, nnd ginrds against various frauds, such as under-estimating tlio valuo ot tlio wool In the invoice, reducing tlio value of bales by mixing inferior wool or dirt, &c. Ac. In short, tho imiVii of the net of 18l'2, now existing, tin questionably was to p-otcct tho wool-grower against every sort of wool which could compete with his, except that which is really and truly (.parse. How lias that act been executed ? During Ahe first year of its operations (ISM,) it npponrs that for some reason tho importations of wool wrro very small less than 4 millions of pou...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 April 1846

nottliwrsl coasl of America westward of tlio Stony I In or Itockv Mountain!), now, cormnnnly called thu Oregon 'territory, should, Injretlicr with un naroors, bayo, and crooks, and tlio mtvi'Hion of all river wiilun tlio same, bo " 1'rep and open" to tlio vessels, cili.ona and Biitijecta of tlio two 1'owcrs, but with, out any prejudice to any claim which cither of tlio parties might havo to any part of Bald country ; and with tliia farther provision in tlio second article of tlio eaid Convention of thofitliof August, 18127, that cither party might abrogate and annul ill (.'onvcmmn, on giving duo notice of tnclvo nioiitha to the other contracting party Win tcherias it has now liecomo do.'iralilo that tlio respective- claims of the United States and fire.it Uritain should bo definitely settled, and that said Territory may no longer than need bo remain Fiibjcctto tlio ovil consequences of tlio divided nl legianco of its American anil llritisli population, 11 ml of tlio confusion and co...

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. — 23 April 1846

sv TO THE TAX-PAYING COMMUNITY IN VERMONT. NO. VI. Mnrli; In AnriMRm. nil cases of Stato claims, existing in llio fucal j-cnr next prccoJinft wcro cases wlioro n citizen becamo dolinquntit, by not presenting his account for settlement, nr not pay Ing or depositing, to llio credit ol tlio Treasurer, moneys collected for llio benefit of tlio State, llio State's Attorney of tlio proper county was notified nf llin r.lnim ninl nvirlnncn nrcessarv lo sustain it was furnished. It was llio inexorable energy of the law of 1812, that conducted to tins result. Tlio law required nothing less than this of the Au ditor. That officer bad snorn to cxecuto tho law, and it was done. TJioso claims uoro then left in tho bands of tlio State's Attorneys for collection. Tho character of liioso claims will bo understood by reverting to our last number. It was but rca sonablo to expect, that tho energy of that law would not bo exhausted, uniil every such claim should bavo been collected and deposited in tho...

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. — 30 April 1846

VERMONT WA TCHMAN & ST ATE JOUR BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. IUONTPELIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 184G. VOL. XL, NO. 2'!. WHOLE NO. 20G3. AT C I li"A&J O U RN A L. TEnV -l p.mh In advance; ftflOO If payment I not mid in iiiU.tnu , iiituH'Rt nlwoyi ctinrcd fiom the ond orth )cat. POETRY. Ii no k. t Uvt fluwn. i -tr i)ih I lit' fffliirtj clifp ' Ii r ia'tii tuno t ml- h.-r- llii'Ujfh iho lMfci Mil an -n' r in my maiden aunt. M runt! m diur imimrnoil nunt 1 I. mi ) Yit Mill 'J In! I Knuw it A. i lir h Ikr will i r i'(H)l r lltltt tiCt Mfj 1 or M i ! lit ii MI1. ?h cunt: " r .r deluded aunl 1 IIlt Ii ir ts i.lnmtlgmy I Win mH -hr i ralft ill a wlntM CUtl In . ii rirtiIIkO VMy f lluu c ii I y her gt.ilMtdown, Ami n lemU n Well t When il itti.ii n dotiMa CifflVcs lena Slic juh uia'iei iiot lotpollf Itc r fill i L'rnnripapn I fiirglfd 'J Iim en - Mji Hi mile - mw-.l hln- vou'd mufco tho flnefttgltl hlu i ii liontlh d milt. 11' t nt In r ton !) IUIi iclioo! 'Tu(l in hot thirteenth Jane A...

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. — 30 April 1846

WATCHMAN & JOUKNAL. 1:. p. wai.To.v, jr.. nwron. MONTPEUER.THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1810 MR. WRBSTUlt AND HIS ASSAILANTS. Novsf was man inoro brntnlly assailed than Daniel Webster has recently been by C. J. Ingor- ftoll, Dickinson, nndYnncoy; but not ono hair of his head has boon harmed. Tlio message of tlio rrcsidont, tlio nil but unanimous voto of tlio Son nto, and the brief but pithy speech of Mr. Web ster himself, have superseded tlio necessity of any explanation or defence for Mr. Webster. His do fiunors are defunct, and buried drop beneath tho contempt of nil honorable men. TAX ON TEA AND COFFEE. Wo do not givo tho Turin bill reported by tho Committee of Wnys and Moans, as it consists mainly of an alphabetical list of nrticlcs, classified under different rates of duty, from 5 per cent. to7o spirits exclusively coming under tho latter class. As for tho rest, tho most remarkable feature is, that in caso of a deficiency in tho rovenuo, tho Piosi dent is authorized to tax Tea and C...

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. — 30 April 1846

ODDS AND ENDS-llv Scissors & Co. (CJ" Somorby lias Graham, tho Colttmbinti, tlio Ladies' National, Mid tho Illustrated Magazine for May all bright as tho opening eping; and then there aro also tho English pictorial papers, with graphic delineations of tho Into bloody war in India. Cry ftnflnv'fl Mnrrninn fnr Mav is unusually good. 5y tho way, Godoy has purchased tho sub scription list of Arthur's 'Magazine, and numbers Arthur himself in his list of contributors. fX? The weather has been unusually fine al most too bright and dry for tho season ; and trav elling never was so good at this period of the year. Ham would not bo unacceptable. fjy Wo fancy that tho County Court is cither unusually attractive or unusually pressed with bu siness. Tho number of lawyers has been very largo through tho term thus far. Have you a Cow? Seo tho advertisement of Grccly & McElralh. An emigrant in Oregon, writing homo to ono of his friends, says: " Wo aro gcltins along finely here, and have alr...

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. — 30 April 1846

"WHERE IS HENRY CLAY?" Tho U. S. Uuzotto, In answer to tlio question llippniitly nut by somo opponent of Harry ot tlio West, makes un excellent reply, "liic!) wo rcgrc to liavo mislaid. Tlio Gnzetto tlimks tlioy will have occasion to nsk, licrcalcr, In many an anxious crisis, as well ns now, in llio disturbed and threat tiing eondltion of our Foreign aflairf, " Where Is llonry Clay ?" ir any thing moro is neccssnry to answer tho quostlon, wo will try to gratify tho cu riosity of tho Inquirer. , , . Where- is llonry Clay f" At present, ho is m Now Orleans, pursuing, with lhal system and on vrgy for which ho is distinguished, tho duties of his profession as a talented and accomplished Lawyer. You will bo glad to learn that, though nn old man, timo dcnU kindly wilh Ins constitution, and that tho winter of tulvnnciiijr years, wliilo it scatters snow flakes upon his brow, has not chilled tho pnini fountain of his generous heart. His frame is still rrrrt. hia fdnlBlpn firm, nnd that frank...

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. — 7 May 1846

V VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON ,& SONS. MONTPELIER, THUItSDAY, MAY 7, 184G. VOL. XL, NO. 25.--WHOLE NO. 20G4. 1 1 WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS $1 50 colli in advance $3 00 If payment li not made la idvanct J Interest alwayi charged from the end of the ytar. POETRY. From the Democratic Review, for April. THE SHIP BUILDERS. Br Join o. wiutriia. The tkr ! ruddy In thn Cut, The earth It gray below, And ijjectral In the river inlet Our hare, white timber ihow. Up I let the loundi of meniured itroke And grating nw begin j The bruud-tuo to tho gnatled oak, The malic t to the pin! Hark! roan the beltowi, bint on blast, The eooty iinilhy Jan, And fire ipaik rising far and fdtt Are fading with the stars. All dav fur us tho smith shall stand 11 elide that Dunning forge) All day for uj his heavy hand The groaning anvil scourge. Gee up ! Geo ho 1 tho panting team Tor ui Is toiling neur i For us tho r art i men down the striata Their lslund-b.irges stear. Rings uut ...

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. — 7 May 1846

WAiCtIJIANy& JOURNAL. IS. V. WALTON, JR.. EDITOR. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MAY 7,1810 RAILROAD MATTERS, ,JDai)EN3nunoii Hoau. Tlio Frontier Sentinel (publislieil nt Ogdonsburgli) of tlio 23th ult. gives U8 tlio higlily gratifying intelligence) that tlio bnl- nnco of tlio stock of thia road has boon taken in Boston ; nnd it nlso contains an advertisement of tlio commissioners, notifying tlio subscribers to tho capital stock to meet at Ogdensburgh, on the first Monday of Juno next, to choo30 thirteen Three tors of tlio Company. Wo congratulato tlio pro. joctors of this cntorpriso upon tho success which lias at last crowned thcircncrgctic and persevering efforts ; nor tliose nlone : tho friends of tho Ver mont Central Railroad have had a deep interest in this project, nnd watched its progress with much solicitude nnd sympathy. In tho two roads togctlt cr, tho peoplo of lioston have now offered to thorn n most encouraging prospect of a vastly extended trade. Wo keep within reasonablo 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. — 7 May 1846

lillory lit Matamoras, winch mny lo called norvicea-1 bio. Tlio Americans had 12 field pieces, besides four 18 pounders licforo mentioned. Tlio troops nro well supplied with fresh provis ions, chiefly by tlio Mexicans ihcmselvcs. Citizens of tho country nro tillowcd to como and go undis turbed, and to traffic at their pleasure. Partially by their fears of tho Americans, but moro by tho threats of tho Mexican officers, tho inhabitants on this sido tlio river liavo very generally boon induc ed to cross over to tho other side. Tho Mexicans liavo it in their power to concentrate a largo num ber of men at Matamoras, but they ought by no means to bo called soldiers. Tliov liavo neither tho equipments, the discipline, nor the moral forco of well organized troops. Wo have reports that Gen. Tnvlorhas nut a check to tho desertions from his rinks, by shooting ten or twelve men wiio wcro in tlio act oi crossing tlio river. It has been mentioned to us that Gen. Worth is on liia way to this port,...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 May 1846

' The KidSTppbrs Set at Libertt.TIio Pmntilin f innntv I Kv.. Circuit Court. Jtitlco Macon Brown presiding, lias decided that Forbes and Ar lnitngc, tlio kidnappers of Jerry I'liinney, at Co lumbus. Ohio, cannot bo locally delivered up on tho requisition of tho Governor of Ohio. The if rnn ml np itm iWlmon is. that tlio kidnanncra acted by authority of tho owner of Jerry, who was n fu- guivo siave. The Schoolmaster at Fault. A good man was lately attempting tho conversion of a convict, in ono of our nrisons. who had shown soino siens that wero considered hopeful. After suitablo opening, tho instructor, wishing to mnko liis teachings op- prupnaiu, sum vuut munyi yu i.iu, mjr .nvi.u . "Two sheriffs," said tho catcchuman. "Ahem! yets but I mean had intemperanco nny thing to do with your misfortune ?" Yes," said tho convict, meekly; "they wero both drunk." Tho examiner passed on to tlio next hopeful subject. Jl Home Sroke. Tlio late Dr. Bushby, when chap lain ot tho British forces nuart...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 May 1846

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERMS Si 51 cihIi In ndvnnroj $3 00 If payment l not mado in tin vn nco interest always cnargeu mini inu oim ui mu jfim POETRY. FEMALE ATTIRE. Tlio following pimatrPt from ono of Tobln' drnmn, vliero tho UUC RlVPf Iih (Hn'ClliMll (O Juliana , rppcciipg ntrr nuirt't ia pour ia1 nut In- .Mr. Irtflih.ild in neculiuilv uoithv of ndml'Hliitn, from tlio truth Jiirli it contulni. Tim fair critic liemelf wai not ambilioui of drc i IM! hivo no fililtrtlni jtewjpnv stiwk about yo To itrctch tin g-ipintf v)Oi of idiot wonder, And make men itiro upon a piece of cnith As en tlio itnr-tt rough t firm iinent no fouthcri Yo wmv nt tri'iimur to your vanity Nor cumt'Tuti yilk, ihut, with III nntlin? sttuml, Mnkr p run 1 1 the th'ili tlint tonri it. t?Ji Adorned Aniplv, tlint In tier huilund'i rye look lot el y '1 ho ttut-rit mirror that an honest wifo Con ne her homily in. Jut, I Blmll o')ero( lr. Duke. I iliouid liko well to too you in tlio drPM I ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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