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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 January 1847

VERMONT PIKENIX, The New Yoik piper c thi (Wedaetla;) merrinj contain no littr intelliCM Irtw Ihe arm. Gen. Sott wit J Hraioi on tlio llii iatL, Hltcix itwu titppoNMl be wdvM remain icrcr al tli He had ttml ai oipre f -. Tij4tr Ufomin him Oulhe wouU meet liim atTaoiptco r Victrrh. Arrival of (Vic Ililicrnia! TWUNTY-EIQIIT DAYS LATER FKOM KUIlOrB. Tlte Uojil Mail Slr-rncr ...Wrm, CapU Ryt't, irtitcd al tioslon on Monday rnmsmj 4.1 6 1.2 oJoh( harinj ae complialird li P"itB ,n J'Sdija, Including Iho deten. tion at HiIiTax. Tlie newt tree ire d by lliii trrifil it terj inkrciling and Important. The Iifcrpoo! Cotton Market liat been much a gi tiled and Ihe fluctuations in pricrf hare been rerjr great The Corn Markets continue animated and pricri ate well main t lined, notwiLhtUoding the larje aappliea or all kinda ol bread -itoffa from the United States, Trade contiones much dr pre wed in the tnanuficluring dutrtcU. Parlitment wailo meet oa the I9tli of thii month for the drt patch of b...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 January 1847

Jdffinculttiral . Department. Winter Gnlcnlntions for Farmers. Funr.. Every farmer khoivs that a green stick of wood is much heavier than a seasoned one, If a stick Of beech or maple, or or any other wood coin, inonly used As fuel, bo weighed when first cut, mid again when thorough) seasoned, it will bo found to hare lost about one third of its weight, which is, of course, llio water in tlio wood, evapo rated by drying, Itotr much water is there, then in a single c6rc! of wood f Thcro ro 12S cubit feet; deducting Iwo-fifihs for the interstices between the sticks,tcavcs 77 solid feet of wood. One-third, or SO cubit feet of this is water, which is equal to more than six barrels, the quanity in every cord of green wood. The teamster, then, who draws in one winter, a hundred cords of wood to market, loads, draws, and unloads, more than 000 barrels of water, which i need not have dono had tho wood been cut a year sooner and properly seasoned How much would he charge fur drawing those COO...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 February 1847

-I - "! wiw Sail i; 'cfsij'.jwr DIM? i'.If K i fen'- . ' I ' . !t ! s ' - Ik' I V f li' -:,-'J i. ;i ' l ,..''J O . ' ir.t ' i ! & JTnmilji ctuspapcr, EEfcuotc D ta Polity Qomc 3ubnstvt Nc.100, SVjgdni Uurc curt (fkitcvcil 3U licence. VOIiUME XIII. BR ATTLEBOUO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 18 4T. NUMBER 24. rUBLtSIIKU EVUIIY THURSDAY UY Will. 13. KYTIItiK. OFFICE Xo. ! WHEELER'S STONE BUILDIM. TiRaa. To.inglc subscribers, $'i,00 year. To Com plines, and to Ihote who pay in advance, a liberal diacount will be mado. Business Cards. R. SPADXNG, IVI. D., SURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE, Pint Door South of lJUTTON & C Li A UK'S STORE. (lylO) WARD & JJOOTT, (SUCCESSOKS TO JO.NCS, UENNV & WARD,) HintiricTDitcm or LARD OIL AND DYEWOODS, IHrORTERS AND DEALERS IN DYE-STUFFS, OILS, SOAPS, CHEMICALS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ARTICLES, 00 MILK STREET, BOSTON". ANDREW II. WASDi JR. (IS) KIRC BOOIT. S. K. SXODDAED'S E A T I NG Jl O U S E OYSTER SAJLOOJV. OPPOSITE TUE STAGE HOUSE, imATTLcnoito. OYSTERS...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 February 1847

VS"," Mexico. The proposition of our government (o cuter into negotiations Tor peace, says (lie N. O. Commercial Time, which has received letters from Mcxico,hns been rejected by Congress, but nineteen members voting to entertain it. " A few days bcfotjf;ilio question was brought to a vote, a caucus meeting was held by a number of .members of Congress. comprising a majority ofthat bodyjat which Gomez Farias presided, when a rcsulutionl'uas unanimous ly adopted, that nil present should take an oath to vole against any proposition of peace, which might lie made by the United Statcsand.to reject any mediation on tho pa'r'tf n foreign power, so long os n singio united states soldier stood upon llic territory of Mexico, or an armed teasel blockaded her ports," ' (t would appear Tract the correspondence of the Times that tho blockade of the coast is very imper fect. The blockade of Vera Cruz has been effect ed, but Atvarado, only a short dislanco south of mat piaco, has been leu an open p...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 February 1847

a4 dred and fifty tliousituil dollars . for a Uniting dry dock at Pcnsacola, and fifty thousand dollars each for ono at Kilter j, and one at Philadelphia, the plan to be determined lij the Secretary of the N"a vy. Vote on tliU amendment, yeas 03, nay 81.r Air Cocke of Tennessee asked the unanimous consent of tho House in olTer a nint resolution ten dering the thanks ol Congress to General Taylor. Saturday, Jan. 39. SENATE. Sir Jsrnngin. on leare, introduced a joint resolution, presenting the thanks of Con press to Gen. Taylor, and the officers and men un der his command, for their gallant conduct at the siege of Monterey. The Army bill was taken up, on Mr Hannegatt's amendment, which was to gitc 100 acres of land to all whoserrclwelre months In the army in Mex ico. Mr Simmons renewed his amendment to the bill, tearing it optional to the soldier cither to take land, or reccire ono hundred dollars in six per cent, stock. This was received, and llio bounty land amendment of Mr ilannega...

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

if. al"iaSaBJBSL., F0RE1GN---Arrivit. of the llibcrnia. ' " Eitracttfrvm Tortign Papers, The Presidents Message is soundly berated by llio u hole English press especially that pari winch says the Mexican War was not undertaken with a view of conquest. , The Grain trade has been in an animated and sometimes exciting position, sinco the tailing of the steamer Cambria. In tho course of tho week ending December 29, floating cargoes of Indian corn were much sought for on Irish accounts, and tho bargains closed wero nl terms fully equal to those at which sales wero made in the beginning of tho same week. The business done on tho ilSlh nit. was to a good extent, and prices of Wheat rose 2s. to3s. on the curren cy of that day week. Flour roso also 2s. per sack, and foreign 1st. to 2s. per barrel. Higher prices for both these articles were obtained at the markets held on the 30th utt and 1st inst. From present appearances thcro is certainly little prospect of . i.! f . a ii-i. is...;. ..i.i....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 February 1847

- . I ...... . : jlcrmont y hpdmage; r l ' " if . V 019 21 jmmilji Nciuapnpcr, Efouotc i) ta politics, fjomc Snbnstqi, Ncros, QVjgrtcn Itnrc mrt (General 3utc lligcitcc. IV of VOLUME XIII. BR A TTIJEBORO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY U, 18 47. NUMBER 3tf.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DT AVM. E. KYTHEIt. OFFICE So. I WHEELER'S ST0.1E BDIIDI5G. Til. To .ingle subscribers, $'.2,00 .year., Ta Com panies, and lo those who pay in kdf ance, a . libe.al discount will be made. Business Cards. R. SPAX.DXNG. Xtt. D.. ' SURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE, First Door South of DUTTON & CIjAHK'S STOllE. (ljtO) I WARD & BOOTT, (sucenssons to joj.es, iExm' & waiid,) MlJItjriCTUECKS or LARD OIL AND DYEWOODS, IMrORTEBS inn RElLtnt llf DYE-STUFFS. OILS, SOAPS, CHEJ1ICAIS, AZTD JIANUFAC3TUIIERS ARTICLES, OO 311 LK STREET, BOSTON". Amikw II. Ward, jr. (19) niinmr, S. K. STODDARD'S EATING HOUSE OYSTER SAL.OOJV. ori-OSITE THE STAGE HOUSE, JJUATTIiEUORO. O YSTJCRSmoteale and Retail. (3ml0) MY WIFE AND CHILI). Ttiii iot...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 February 1847

- 1 dered tho negroes la bo restored to tlieir native country it the public charge At the latter period there were both ndiitn and negro elates In Mas sachusetts, in lliMU a uutoh ahi entered James Hirer, and landed 30 negroes for sale. This is tho oooeh of tho introduction of nenro slavery in Vir ginis. For many rears the Dutch wcro principally concerned tn the slave trade in tho market of Vir' ginia. 'I Fern tAi EurHnfHk Frtt Till). RallrflaJ toNct Yr1c. , The following communication is from tho pen of ... : -1 -it: i .... -.1 . .i . 1 . i. vii intelligent gcnticmaii Wliuau acilUBinianco Willi Railroad matters entitles his suggestion to a eood deal of attention. Wo insert It with much pleas ure on this acceanl, and because, in addition, tho topio it briefly discusses is one of especial interest to Burlington. That a continuous line of railway, more or less direct, between Burlington and New lorn will be established belore many Years, wo hare very little doubt j and although it may...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 February 1847

1VM VWtaJ"!1 Itcverdy Johnson maJo a speech in fafor of the I ' v'SOfn?'Pro"?"''on of the .war. HOUSE Mr Thomas W. Newton of Arkn- mfim mnfln tinnAirnnrn finil tnnt hi aflat. I Un the bill lor lherel erol Kicut. i homas wisn. . r.. 1. -rni!...i. t..i 1.- nn, ir ircniwutiii oi iinwui,. ,.iuv.vV.v.u , '"' a asncccriinrcpiytoineaiucKoiineunion 01 yes. leruaj wn cn accuses mm o inTing ociriica lnB jjemocranc TanKS, ami uniting wun ino opposi tion party and opposing Iho measures' of tho Ad ministration for the prosecution of tho War.' Mr W. was finally declared to be out of order, and his remarks wcro suspended. Tin Tnata Mtnion Dill. The diicunion ol tins lm- poriant bill wa. continued In the Senate on Friday, and Mr I nmnntuni anhtililtitn rnl M llnrnitn "at n1itlin( shlnli I aia propoacu aauMiauieior sir ucrrien rtioiunon.wnicii i - ' ' I will be Toond under th Conrruionil bf ad, Air Herrivn .. 1 1 1. .1. ...kl J I. I. I I L.a iUm -mA'. B.M.fn.. m. f.ii... .111 . I ihrir !... inn ih.'...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 February 1847

5 Jifjficiiltural Department, Frerti tkn tfringjttlj (Matt.) Republican rAnMINO Confi Cnoi-In tlio account of tho great crops or corn raised in Conway, it was stat ed, that "thick planting" was a material clement in the process, which led us to tho results exhibit cd, On this point tliero ore very conflicting opin ions. Every farmer, it is said has a way of his own In planting corn. Oct, then, there must bo a true way in this as in all other things. Experience largely gathered ought to be the guide. At one or the Fairs in this State, within a few years, a report was made specifically on tiffs point. An 'extensive, examination was gone into, in order to ascertain the' number or hills on a rod most likely to aire a large crop. The result aimed at was, that thirty Jive hills arc about the right number Tor tho pur pose. The following arc tho items on which tho result was founded, showing tho number of hills on the rod arid tho quantity of corn raised. Jliltt. llusheh. Quarii. No.l '33 1...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 February 1847

vA j! r err". Ucrmont SI jFamilji Newspaper, EDtuotc & to politics, fljomc 3nbnslrjif News, Stojricn Iturc anD Gknrval 3ntc lltrjcncc. VOLUME XIII. U ATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 18 47. NUMBER 26. IS runuisiiED kvhiiy tiiuusoay iiy wm. u. it Tiii:n. officeso. 2 wheeler's sto.ne buildi.nu. Tiubi. To .ingle subscriber., $'J,00 a jretr. To Com pa lie., anil to those who pa tn adT.ncef a liberal discount wilt be made. BY AUOUSTJNE J, It. DUOAHNE. Was there ever a sweeter creature than dear little golden haired Flora Campbell, with her light, fairy footstep, and rosy checks and violet eyes! Ilow lovely she looked, as sho bounded over the green braes in the morning, or lingered by the loch sido at the still gloaming I Her heart was all sun shine, and her thoughts pure and fresh as the flow ers that she twined in her shining tresses. It is a beautiful story they tell in the Scottish T illcys, of a poor idiot, (innocent as they call him) ho, when a sunbeam fell across his eight, as...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 February 1847

.' -A, ' ' -.a E?S tiearly three years tnd with bat littlo assistance iVotn tho gnfetntnent, a harassing war with the federalists) defeated them in several engagements, and finally compellcd'hem lo suo for peace. More than ono act of dating has been attributed to this officer. It is aid,thal daring an cmraf c, ho tfatlop td towards a gan which the artillerymen had desert ed, and for a few mmvtcsalone kept, the insurgents t bay. Totrcjon s n tneAi or breed ; and like most mestini, is by ttt means distinguished for per Sonnl beaoty. Like tiacrreromd other Mexican ttfScers frV.n have had a largo admixture of Indian blood (n their veins, Torrcjon Is very cunning. In laying traps Tor an adversary, ho is remarkably ex pert ; and, os will be remembered, it was he who surrounded and took prisoners Captain Thornton's eemmaito! of forty me V Gen. Jose Maria Minon is In nrort respects the Opposite of Torreion. Doth are men of courage ; but there is something chivalric in .he courage of Alinon;...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 February 1847

up, an 1 Mr Cass spuke at length Upon it. Its was in favor of a rigorous prosecution of the war, and opposed to the plan laid down by Mr Calhoun. The Report of the Committee or Conference on the Ten Regiment Dill was, after a spirited debate, concurred in. 110USU. Mr Stanton from the Naval Commit tee reported without amendment the bill to add the officers of the late Texas Nary to the Navy of the United Slates; referred to the Committee of the Whole. Mr Washington Hunt reported a bill for the re lief of Ireland read twice and referred to the Committee of the Whcd. Mr Uarringcr offered a resolution inquiring as to the expediency of distributing the system of tactics used in the army among the military of the sereral States. The Committee of the Whole then took up the Three Million bill. Speeches were mnde by Messrs. Kaufman, 1'ootc, UrinkcrhotT, Parris of Ohio, and Wood of N. Y. The Committee rose, and the report of the Con ference Committee on the Ten Regiment bill was adopted. It g...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 February 1847

Agricultural Department. From Ac Maine Far.ntr. The Sun FloTTcr. Tlio;o who iro mdst experienced in the cullita lion of tilts plant aro sanguine tint, with n prop er soil and proper cultiration, it U more profitable than wheat or corn. Tho seeds are more idcagin. ous than those of llio flix plant, and combinii tho qualities for table use of the beat olive nil ; ht burning, of the beat sperm, without its snioko; mid for painting it is said, by painters who bnvo used it, to be superior to linseed as it is more rapid in drying, equally easy in spreading, and without binning 11 Liucli denser coat. 1'rcparcd and eaten as artichokes, the joung cups of this plant are very esculent and pleasing to the palate ; the stalks are an excellent substitute fur hemp or (lax, and for bee pasturage it is equal to any plant, yielding, in (Is luscious and numerous nectaries, an abundance of the best and most pal atable honey. A writer in one of our agricultural exchanges, says that, on auilablo soil, wi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 February 1847

",J " V" , i .ii.. , uJr , mm M cunt .'fra t .Wnsn'1 '. 1 '' ' V . - 1 '..,. ",f "1 "' 4 il ,'l. - , J t'JSS 1 1 arv Jamila Newspaper, EDcuotc ti to Politics, .Some 3uowstvu, ,fes, cjrint Uurc ano general 3nt(.llij5jnuc. BR ATTLBIJORO, TIIURSIAY, FEBItJARY 35, It 47. NUMBER 37. VOLUME XIII. , '. , . 1 ' i ' , - i 1 -1 n'l (.1 'i- ,r hccmx. II J l I III III ',. , . , rUUhlSllUD EVERY THURSDAY D'Y WM. K. RYTHEK. OPFICEXo. J WHEELER'S STOXE BDILDIXU. TiitMi. To iin jl lul.icribfn, $i,00 i jrMf. To Com pmiei, anil to IhoM who piy in aiWaocri k liberal JUcount will be mad.; Business Oards. G. W. STONE'S AVEKKEO'ml3 KOOIS, NO. 2 fill.VNlTIi HOW, nnATTI,l!I10RO llininlurei taken in any weather, and tct in Catet, J.ocKeli, l'tni, uraetieit ann iung$, in a (53) Superior Style, XI. SPALDING, m. D.. SURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE, First Door South of DUTTON & CliAKK'S STOUE. (lylO) ' WARD&3IOOTT, (succkssoiis to jonks, nraY & wahd,) MASOFACTUntnS or LARD OIL AND DYEWOODS, urortTCKi wd uci...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 February 1847

3 Intcrcstiuj l'iisoiIc in (ho Senate. While the resolution Tor tho expulsion of the Ed itors of The Union from, (ho privilcgo oJ"ihc floor was under discussion oh Friday in ilio fJcnalc, on episode occurred of a er exciting character, the, report of r.liich presents some rich points. MrTtiRNKf of Tennessee, in defending Father Kitchie, took occasion to administer a rebuke to Mr CAtncifN, charging hiin as llio head of a third ti.if tv in the Senate with having brought unon the ndministration all the calamities it had suffered.- This he did in terms sufficiently pointed, though without calling Mr Calhoun by name. Being call' cdupon for a more explicit statement of what he meant, Mr T. said thero was in the Senate a small parly of men, among whom there was at least one aspirant lor tho Presidency, ho who could carry his friends ono way or the other upon ercry great question, tie did not know that the parly was or. ganised, but its head was. Mr CALnotiN (we follow the report of The Her...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 February 1847

urea calculated" to mitiguto tho severity o( tho pres ent visitation. Further schemes sra announced as being In preparation, but wlint they aro the Priino .MiniHer has not yet deemed it necessary to ex plain. Probably they refer to somo political itteti tiflcaiion between tho institutions of England and Ireland.-" Ono thing is clear, that the church of Ireland is not to be interfered with. The state ment of Lord John Russell w.is most f ivortbly re ceived by tho House, and mora cspcciilly by tho Irish landlords, who are nut nnly to have twenty two years to repay, at a amill rale nf interest, whatever sums they fopire from the Uovcfnmfiit, but half, only, of ilte present expenso incurred in the proJuctire works is to bo borne by the nation generally. Tho noble lord concluded a very long nnd elo quent speech by proposing his motion, and sat down amid vociferous ami continued cheering. Sir R. Iiijtis and other members congratulated Lord Join. Russell on tho able manner in which he had ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 February 1847

y ILL- 'I1 1 I, 'l.l-L'J 'JT'i. L i U The American Eipciiition to Japan. t . Correipontlencs of taa A. 1' Sun. .'. , . , U. S, Simp CoiUMnUs, ) Hortouri.l', Sept. SO, 1810. J " Knowing lh6 Interest our Visit to Jspan has cx- cited among civilized nations, 1 dispatch tlia fol. , ' lowinj particulars by an opportunity now offering fur Boston. Wt! sailed from Macao on tho 20th of May, ostensibly for tho Sandwich Islands, but with secret instructions to touch at the ports of Amoy mid Chnsan, on oar way to Japan, and as far as possible promote friendly intercourse between tin Americans in those citira nnr1 the Chinese inhabi. tanls. In this tho gallant .Commodore Diddle was Altogether successful, and after n run of fifteen days we hovo in sight of Japan, and in company with the Vincennes anchored below Vedo,or Jeddo, the 'commercial metropolis. Having no charts of the harbor, and the natives refusing to pilot us up, we remained in tho bay. The authorities Came oirand requested us not to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 March 1847

5i jTamilj) Newspaper, EDcuotc & to Politics, fjomc 3nbnstvn, Kctuo, SVcjricu ttuw auo (General 3ntc lligcncc. VOL.UME XIII. BR ATTLEKORO, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1847. NUMBER 28. PUBLISHED r.VKRY THURSDAY BY Will. 13. KYTIIEIC. 0 F K I 0 2 U HEELER'S SIUVi; BllL9lfi. Tcrus. To tiagls calscribers, $'i,00 a year. To Com piniei, and (o those who pajr in advance, a libcrsl dltf-ount wilt be made. Business Cards. G. W. STONE'S iaui:kki:otvim: noons, no. 2 ghanite now, nuATTi.iinoiio. .Miniatures taken in any weather, and set ia Cases, Lockets, Pins, Draeelets and Itinrs, in a i ( 33) Superior Styte. R. SFAX.DX1UG, M. D., SURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE, First Door South of 1JUTTON & .C LA UK'S STORE. (Iyl9) WARD & BOOTT, (SUCCI3S0US TO JOXES, DfcNNY & WARD,) MA MC PICTURE US OF LARD OIL AND DYEWOODS, IMrORTERS AVD UtALERS IS DVE-STUFFS, OILS, SOAPS, CHEMICALS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ARTICLES, DO MILK STIIEET, BOSTON". Andrew II. Ward, jr. (18) kirk uoott. S. EC STODDARD'S EATING HOUSE OY...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 March 1847

1 s wn i,wwfw 1 yeslctilny, lint nolliing could justify (lie war, but the ueli-nrc or the honor or tlio interests ol llie. nn lion, mill the President lias Informed you that In tie fence of the boundaries of your Itcpitblic -ol one nf ihe Stales of vour Ilcnubllc -ho has been forced into this war. Now let us consider tho atliludo of theso to hostile Republics as it was at ihe time when this battle of 8an Jacinto was fought as it was at the time when the union or these two lie publics took place, contrary to the will of Mexico, Willi whom wc are now at war. Everyone can feel, if ho but examine his own bosom for a moment, what must hare been the sen timent ol a citizen of the, Mexican Republic at the time when, by the valor of the troops they fought, ihey fought them upon tho field of San Jacinto. '1'he Republic of Mexico was deprived as I believe, nf about half of her territory. It is in vain fur you, Mr rresidenl, or lor any other man. to say that a Mexican would not feci fur the di...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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