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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 October 1843

tee V. NOT TUB QLOBY OF OJDSAB BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1843. VOL. XVII No. 18. Prom tho Knickerbocker for Saptember. TUB riUNTEH. T- "Tho printer in his folio, hcraldcth the world Now como tidings of weddings, makings, mum meries, entertainments, jubilees, wars, fires, inundation?, thefts, murders, massacres, mete ors, comets, spectrums, prodigies, shipwrecks, piracies, sea-fights, law-suits, pleas, proclama tions, embassies, trophies, triumphs, revels, sports, plays ; then again, as if in a new shift ed scene, treasons, cheating, roberies, enormous villanics of all kinds, funerals, trials, now dis coveries, expeditions ; now comical then tragi cal matters. To-day wo hear of now offices created, to-morrow of great men deposed, and then again of fresh honors conferred ; one is let loose, another prisoned j one purchaseth, another breaketh; he thrives, his neighbor turneth bankrupt; now plenty, then again dearth and famine; one r...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 October 1843

ttlfllBJPIBIBS! MR. WEBSTER'S SPEECH, Dsiitsird (it the Plulo Agricultural Fair, li.'U ut Ifntlicitcr, New York, on lOIti, SOth, mitl Ii 1st days of Sept. 1813. ltc p.irto.l for tile New Yurie Tribune, by 11. J, li.ij iiiniiJ, list;. A7. 1'rrsidcnl, mil Gentlemen: I nm Rrcallv oblig rl forilio kin, maimer in which the President of this flici-iy Inn tefcrrcd 10 lite circumstances of our car lr acq iimiviro and inlvrcuiuac. 1 am prnu I gcntlc iii mi, ul noli a jninl nnd'f hs Irirned any tliint tjnu.T my instrnctum rettiiivc id tlio profession in w i.cli 1 liuloiiir, I .amVito lie u- fully competent, how to (ifty li iclt the principal with accumulated interest fin ii k-i in lcile connrctcil with lli.i present pursuit to v.' in;li ho mill yon, jjentlctncn, are so greatly nl Inched. in einy -in i triciiniy consecration ni me rr.snli'nt , nf i.nic rio'ie'c, mill to Ilia I'l'tnriil kindness of nil 11 p.'r iih iMinii'cliil wiih it, 1 hul tlii1 honor to lie ia'ii,'l;.i n;tpur on this occasio...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 October 1843

For the Burlington Freu Peat. ro If n Excsllbkct, Cu.vrats Paine, Govkbsor of the Stnto of Vermont. No. IV. CAPITAL PUNISHMENT THE LAW OP GOD. DsAa Stat I think I nm not mistaken, when I nf flrm that nil nations, civilized and savage, havo con- aidcred death ns tha only proper punishment for tho crime of murder. The universality of this sentiment. to deeply grounded in the reason and consciences of men, can be accounted for only by supposing, that God has written it as a law upon the hearts of men ; or, Ihst he has formally enacted and proclaimed it as an unalterable statute, and that tradition has introdu ced it among all nations, so that the senlimcnnt that, "tht murdtrtr ought to die," has prevailed even mora extensively than the custom of sacrifices. Whichever hypothesis we embrace, cither of this law being engraven upon the human conscience, or for mally promulgated in the written code, brines us to tha same conclusion, viz. that the law is from God, is an expression of his min...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 October 1843

I I 4 He touched his harp, n ml nations heard, entrant ed. TIIU !l,UNIIEIt Ol' DUATII. DV ELIZA COOK. Peaceful and fairis llic smiling rcnoso That the breast cradled slumlcr of infancy knows: Pound is the rot of iho wcarv and worn. f thorn. Whoso feet have been galled with the dust and tho Sweats the sleen on the eveledsof vouth Itruth When .they dream of the world as all plcasuro and ciiuu, pilgrim ami ynuiu snan nwauen again, V tie journeys of toil and the trials of pain. r I there's a fast nnd a visionlcss sleep, Im nnd tho siirless, the Ions and tho deep; i '''.en that i soundest an I sweetest of all, W i i.r couch is tho bier and our night-robe the pill, No voice of the foo or the frietiii shall minirt f hi!rt Tho proud flush to the cheek or warm throb to the ""''p lips of the clearest may seek for the breath, Bat llieir kiss cannot rouse tho cold stillness of death. 'Tis a long, 'tis a last, 'tis a beautiful rest, fbrcnt j When all sorrow has passed from tho brow and the And t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 October 1843

ft NOT THE GLORY OF CiBSAR BUT TUB WBLTARB O V ROMS. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1843. VOL. XVIL... No. 10. A SONG. as si'.xo cv mii. ni'ssniL. "If I hod but a thousand a year, Gaflcr Green, I f I had liut a thousand n year 1 What a man I would be, and what sights would I see, Ifl hid but a thousand a year." "The best wish ynu could have, lake my word. Uoliin Would scarce find you in bread, or in licert lloujjh. Out hj lionet and true, and say, what would you do, If you had but a thousand a year!" "I'd 'o faith, I scarcely know what, Gaflcr Green u t;u JC, 1 siatcciy Know WllCfC ! I'd scatter the chinck, and leave others to think, If I had but a thousand a year." "Hut when you are aged and grey, Robin Rough, And the day of vour death it draw9 near. Say, what with your pains, would you do with your If you then had a thousand a yoir 7" sains, I scarcely can trll what you mean, GnfTer Green, For your questions arc always so queers But, ns other folks die, ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 October 1843

rr 0 tj IT ii i ilull 8l'i:i Merc. Journal of Tuesday Evening. ARRIVAL OFJHE ACADIA! 'IFrKHN J)YS L.Vi'KIt rnoM KUROPB! fflin steam-ship Acadia, dpt. Ilyric, arrived ' i r!, Ihianioriiing. at half past 5 o'clock. mi Ii vcri!Ml, which place flic left mi tho af. ii ' the 10: It nil. Sim brought from I.iv. i.i! '10 1HS.-.CH 'err, of whom 14 were left at ' f,N'' . iipi'C it nolhing by this arrival nf a peculiar ' .1 eMiri ' character, execptim! tlio dentruc- i tiy (ire nl' the U. S. Steam Frigate Missouri, i . d hr.iltur I! iy, a particular account of uhicli u ll hi! fnuiiil in another column. Tho London i-i.ioy iiuricet rounius about the b.iiiiu nn per ' - I vice, aw there ha heon very little Hue. 1 1' ' i i i t J io pi-iCi;-- of Mocks. 'J'liu improve "it 1 1 ui nnnfifacturiiiir districts, Btili ron v, wi Ii the exception of a slight decline nf i W.inoheittor. Tlio reports from ntlior ' ol ill.' manufacturiuc uistiict arc deculoil I ivnali'i! ; tlio demand continues pood, a i h during ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 October 1843

btu tipUt lo personable freedom and equal uuffrag tin I free Representative form ot' governmentto these , nrinciutcs the Whist tiattv is pledged Ihcso tirinci- pies the Whig party is. destined lo establish. Let us firmly maintain them. Let litem he on all occasions proclaimed, and our ranks will soon bo rcstoud to their fullness of numbers, and animated with assur ance of victory. , Domestic duties, common to nil men m thiscotin try, neglected hv mo during four years of public ca lamity, press upon me but they are not exclusive. If I can be of servico among you, here, or in your towns nnd districts, in sustaining the candidates, jr in defending their measures, or in maintaining the prin ciples of tho Whig party, ns they shall be commend ed to the country by your delegated assemblies, now and for the future let the call comet, it will never be unreasonable. It will find me willing wiili nil my ancient zeal, stimulated and increased by cnduiing gratitude. , In this good work, then, le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 October 1843

Hi' touched ii 1 1 lin n, ii J nations lu n id, uuruiicd, TVt'liiU.HT. PV ."ins I. it, KiniH'UNEt. 'I here, is :i iiimiics.", like a doubt, Tli.it win puti t.arlh atiJ ky, When ilny i i :i 1 1 1 in its glory ll.-d, Ami ere ill? night nine fjrlh with pti'V, 0 sable Linjesly. 'Vi like tlicsnft ili'hy ofjv.n !i, Whi te lute Iritli built ill ttn utt, A coy rihiriance ere il ret I'utiirly on .ninther'a I ire !, To be no in ire in ut. ii. It in the gentle pause of Hell rn; Hun ns n inotluT mild, Hr-ilt'Svune new li"'pictt is lent, Inquiring liuiv llie lnt was spout, 01 lur forgetful child. Then Conscience, like tlint fiarful cry. Mil. I K 'en's deep rcposi " Where it thy brother 7" turns its ray tin n tin- aninl of the day, Til u lo its funcul goc. Perclniiro the on vnlv moon ascend, Anil In! the h.iiijliie Sin, On her pule lur dnlh iix hi'iye, And bids his tninhties ti Irs comply, Aiui own her ugeney. Vet twilli-ht -.'ray, in mo is dear, Mure linn thubhi'hi ig day. Or no-nti'le's pl-ntil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 October 1843

NOT TUB GLORY OP OJOSAR BUT THE W S X. r A B B OP ROME. BY II. B. STACY. THE LAST MAX. ov tiio.mas cAMrnr.Lt All worldly slnpcs slinll meet in gloom. The sun himself mutt die. Before 1 lie mori.il shall assume lis immortality I 1 saw a viiion in my sleep, Tint gave mv spitit slrciiEtli lo swssp Adown the gulf of time 1 1 saw the last of huinnn mould, Th.it slinll creation1 death behold, As Adam saw her prime 1 Tha sun's rye hid a sieUly glare, Th enrtl with aie was wnn ) The skeletons nf nation's cre Around thatlonrly inin 1 Some hail r.ipired in frialit the brands Still rifled in their hony hands; In planue and famine sonic I Eirth's eities liml nn sound or trend And shius were drifting with the dead To shores where all was dumb 1 Tel. propliel-titto. that lone, one stood, With u rimless words and high, That shook the sere, leaves from the wood As if a storm pised hv, Siyin " Wo are I wind in death, proud Sun, Thv ficeiscold, thv rare is run, "ria merry bids thee gn. For thou teii ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 October 1843

WW JPQ&Il! GOVERNOR' MESSAGE. ViUoic Citizens tf the Senate ami vfthe Ilntsc ofltepresental'ucs. First of all, as it becomes Iho agents of n ro. Iiginus people, lot in publicly acknowledge the Divine goodness in cmititiultijr up In us our lib. ortics, as a slat", and as a tuition : for ilm emml IllCISUro nl IikhIiI, r,i,l.,.n.t I... I.. .. 7, v;j-v"r" i"--"!"1-'."' nn ,,r ,c abundant productions ... ...c i.,.,,,, hmii atn wisdom irntti above, thai wc may fitly perform thu duties for which vu ire assembled. Till lerrislatinn of ll.io cel.. I,,. n.n1l C,J characterized by. so much prudence mid intelligence, that nnyitdvicoor caution bv me, of a general nature, wnuld bo quite superfluous. J lie condition nT ilin inliKliii'iiiic ..r H.u .., is, upon tho whole, probably as good as that of finer pe.ip.e. we are an intelligent, moral and'law.abidinjr people ; wo have institutions, securing the liberty and rights of Ilm citizens; wo have a fertile -oi!, a healthful and invignra tins cli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 October 1843

conscientiously nsk anv oilier Whig to go tli roctly about electing Miirlin Van Burun or John C. Ciilhoun, butli proslavcry in toto, wo cannot well imagine. At tin very woist tho Liberty man must como to this conclii lion. Hero uro two or three proslnvcry men, one of whom is certain to bo clocted. Now, being an honest Whig, ought I to tuko a course which directly, visibly, and inovita bly helps to elect n Locofoco though I may not absolutely vote for him 1 Hero is the question, and in the spirit of perfect kindness wo say to our " Liberty " friends wo cannot o teo our duty. Either wo arc not sincere in our belief that Whig principles are intlis pensablo to tho national weal, or wo must eschew a course so clearly tending to pros trato them, while it elevates to the scats of power, men far more relentless, and impla cable in their hostility to tho abolition of si a very, than any that could possibly come into power on n Whig ascendancy. It is true Mr. Clay is a slaveholder, but he was...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 October 1843

Uc touched his linrp,nnd nations hinrd, entranced, From die Democratic Review far September. THE WVISO Y1 AMOniJS. BV MISS ANNE C. LYKCIt. A heioty like young womanhood's Upon the green earth lira, And June's sweet smile hnlh waked agaia All summit's harmonics. The insects hum ttn-Ir dreamy eonj, The trees llu-ir honors wear, And languid with its perfume spoils Sighs the volupluuusiiir. A gorgeous wealth of loaf and bloom Etichnuis die dazzled sight; And otrr earth and s!.y thcrcamilt A pretence of dtlight. Prom yon pad dying Sycamores, Ahnu n ttlimlciw i.ills, Ac from the ghastly lortn of Dioth, In Egypt's banq'ict.halls. Against the soft blue sky they aland, Thiir nailed limbs outspread, And t lli'; throbbing life around, They murmur of ihe dead. Sprit)?, with its soft and odorous air, 11a. Ii hrcithcdun them in nin, Nor mm, nor dow, nor summer shovfir, Shiil bid them bluom again. Oh, tattly uionnrchs of dip wood, Wli.it blight luith o'er yc passed? Wh.ii canker m your noble hiart...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 October 1843

BY II. B. STACY. COtiUMOIA, liANl) OF LIUEltTT. To Liberty's enraptured sight When firt Columbia's region shone, Sho hail'd it from her starry'height, Anil smiling, claimed it as het own. " Fair Inn J," the goddess cried, " He free I Snilofmy choice, to lamonriso!" Sho spoke, and straight, Heaven's mtnstrolcy Swelled the loud chorus to the skies All hail I forever great nnd free, Columbia, land of liberty I Columbia, land of liberty! ' Columlia, land of liberty! War blow her clnriou loud and long, Oppression led his legions on, To battle rush'd the patriot throng, An.l soon th'j glorio-is day was won. r.ach bleeding freeman smiled in death, Flying ho saw his country's foes. And. wafted by his latest breath, To Heaven the cheerful ptcin rose Content I die, for thou art free, Columbia, land of liberty. And shall wo ever dim thn fires, That ftamcon Freedom's kindred 6hnnes1 Shall jjlory's children shame their sires7 Shall cowaids sprint; from hcroca' loins 1 JXn hv the blood our father...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 October 1843

i'?ius lio.uoi.,, referred lo il,e UvnnA Coinniitu-ci "Ntni K i'"r. VV" for In u r " c! lol re, t M ! ' 7, f,,Mn rtl!"f11"," "fits capital stock, ici.nclti)lhe ( luiitliv nit bmlis. ftv.r'nf ,? 'u,""',,'"c"- '!y "encli.1 ('omutillco.ln A nr bill, bilioT- it w . :'"rl"V,'r '"Ta froln ntlnclimcril, nml n. r ln' """'"i '". Il" ir opinion, ihev could Inke .ldt , f',i.Ul'n.ry. -'"fpli . Hartvood, "), " ihcgiound ihm by ,0 Uw of Lift tear, llie n','l",',?,"l!"""!l l' a',l,'' " ,h" ti.litor.il Acpnunls) nd nfler rcnmksliy ileus, ririuuly, HircM.r.S. n, i.t it'll, the rotiiiii.tti-e wns disobliged from iliom, nil I thes"iprii lulls ttelo hid on Hip tnblennd llicpp titionprs had leave to withdrnw lluir petitions. Hy Jitiliei'iry niiiiiiimn., against llie bill relilive In prop. nilion- fori,.l.inon of (ho license latts (on spirituous iiuoys ) iinj.it win dismissed. w'iiifh. I!y Jlr. Whitlctnorc, adopting llio "'nil rules huh ihe mini! niiipnd'iicrits pronnsi-d bv i tie ( iimnnm-p. ttr.. l.l.l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 October 1843

DEMOCRATIC WHIG STATE CON " VENTION. Pursuant to a call from tlm Stnto Central Committee, n Convention of tlio Whig of Vernont atscmbled nt tlio Methodist Chapel in Montpclicr, on Thursday evening the 19th Oct. 18-13, und organized by tlio nppoint sent of HON. CHARLES PAINE, President. Hon. Leonard Sargeant, 1st Con. dis., Hon. Reuben Washburn, 2d do., Hon. Timothy Follctt, 3d do., Hen. Samuel 0. Crafts, 4th du., Vico President?, D. W.C.Clark, of Brandon, Sccrcta K. P. Walton, jr., of Monlpelier. 5 ries. On motion of Mr. G. A. Alton, a commit tte of three from each Congressional district, to be appointed by the Chair, was raised to nominate a State Central Committee for the nsuing year ; whereupon lite chair appoint d the committee as follows : First District- Messrs. Thompson, Mor- n and Daniels. Second District Messrs. Field, Porter, Winilow. Third District Messrs. Warner, Whit itmore, Mott. Fourth District Messrs. Camp, Fair banks, Janes. Mr. E. H. Billings introduced tho follow ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 October 1843

He touched hlsliarp,nnd nations heard, entranced. SPEAK NOT TO HIM A BITTER WOlll). Would' st ttioil not n wanderer reclaim, A wild nnd restless spirit tame: Check thu wat m How of youthful blood, And lend a lost one hack to God 1 Pause if thy Spirit's wrath l.o stirred Kpcak not to him a bitter word Speak not that bitter word maybe , The ttanlp that seals his destiny. If wWelv lie haih gone astray, And duk excess hath marked his way) "fin pitiful but yet licwntc, Reform must come with kindly care ( Forbid thy patting lip to move, Snvoin the gentle tones of love; Tlioiiyl! sadly Ins young heart h th errod, Kpe.iK net to him u bitter word. The lowering frown ho will not beir, The venntned eludings he will not hear: The ardent spirit will not brook The slinging tooth of sharp rebuke; Thou woidil'sl not goad the restless steed, To calm his tiro or check his speed, Then let not angry tones be heard Speak not to him a bitter word, Go kindly to him makoliim feel Your heart yearns deeply l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 November 1843

NOT THE OX.ORT OF O Jl 8 A B BUT THU WBX.FABB Or BOMB BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1843. VOL. XVII No. 22. DARK HOURS, ay Mas. Aa B. ST. JOHW. Oh, there are some dark hours in life, When the heart seems charged to breaking) The quick'nine pulse, with lever rife, Marks ihe slumbering passions waking) When the rapt soul in burning chainB, Seems withering in its sadness I , Yet, scorns the show of mortal pains, Andsmiftsin reckless madness. So lightning mocks the storm cloud's power, To dim its vivid flashing) And reveals most when tempests lower, With its echoing thunder crashing) Or the wild laugh of maniac fears, That rings from Passion's struggle ; Thus fills the soul with grief and tears, Its vaunted strength a bubble 1 Yes, there are times we love to feel A loneliness in sorrow) When from the world's bright charms we steal) And shades from memory borrow. 'Tis then we feel that keen remorse The bliss we've madly hliahted j For time, while on his ceasele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 November 1843

I'iII restored the firfl riflo regiment in FranUV.n eouiv tj', third brigu Ir, third iliviim In their former riglu t onicrcJ to bo ongrussi J mid read a third lime. Mr Hilda, from Iho select cotiiitiillce taiscd on m inucli t.f the Onvcrnor'a message ns tclates to slavery and the annexation of Tcxis lo the Union, nnd nn tlio itujilutions of .Mr Kent, reported a set nf resolutions nnd n bill blither to protect li.lman liberty t which fliyley and others on slavery referred to the Judicia ry roininiittK. Itepurls of Committees, tly committronn 1'ilucn lion, lull in addition to act constituting Troy Confe rence Academy, nnd it was passe-d. In favor of post' poning the collection nf notes mien tolhc stale in In-' half of the University of Vermont, nnd on motion of .ur unvi in , , inoiosuaitioii was laid on tho table. wero read and aid on the lab o. 1 Itv l.nnd T., ,-,iii, I..,.., .:.,. , r..r Air Cahoon called up the lull requiring property to- j Manl1- Id, and Ihn petitioners had leave ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 November 1843

alteration of chapter so and so of tho Revised J Statutes " Itnx'o been passed, niafcinp tlio foresaid revision n very imperfect index of tha existing statuto law of the Suite. Ono unpleasant nfiair lias marred tlio peace and harmony of tlio session. One day hist week as wo understand it, lion, lloraco Ev- . erclt in advocating tlio passage; of tho bill to incorporate tho Ascutnoy Bunk at Windsor rhxdo some animadversions upon tho course of tho Woodstock Dank, which were rrgar- '' .Jed as offensive hy the Hon. Andrew Tracy, the Speaker, who is tho memher from Wood stock. Thereupon Mr. Speaker Tracy rnmc down upon tlio floor and replied to Mr. Eve rett in snvcro language. We do not know in what precise shapo the matter was brought before the House, but certain it is that Mr. Tracy was almost unanimously sustained, end Mr. E. regarding their vnto as an im plied consiiro upon himself, resigned his seat and returned to Windsor. Wo arc sorry for this n flair J especially so, that n man w...

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

From the Boston Daily Advertiser. ANTARCTIC DISCOVERIES. Tim English govcrnimtiit discovery ships Ercbut Hnd Terror, under the command of Captain Ross and Grower, returned In Eng- I land in t lie beginning of lust month, nfier nn absence of nearly four years, Imving within that period, within the threu lust successive seasons, penetrated within tho Southern Po lar Circle, mid at eucli time made discover ies of greater or less interest. Some account of all Ihesii discoveries lias before reached us, with the exception of those of tho lust Winter, of which Captain Ross brings to Europe on his arrival the first report. Vu have indeed heard of his arrival at Rio Ja neiro on the 18th of Juno last, but hud no account of his lust Winter's cruise. The vessels mado land at Scilly Islands on the 27llt of August, but had a tedious passage up the Channel, on account of culms and light winds: and on the 4lh of September Cup tain Ross landed at Folkstone and proceeded the same day to London. Tho t...

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