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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 June 1846

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. U. r. WALTON, JR., ElllTOIt. f.JONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 18. 1810. VERMONT WHIG STATE CONVENTION. Tlio Whigs or Vermont aro icquoslcd to nsiomblo In tholr re spective Towm, ami cliooso llirco or nioro Megatci to attend llio State Convention to l.o liol.lcn nt WOODSTOUk, on llio Both clay of June, to nomlnntr) n ticket for Stato Officers. 1 rOtnpi ftnd CH'CICIii niiiwii i. iviuivu u. ,uviiwii. ui tanco 1)0 ucforo tho Convention. JIAIUlk l)l(Vl'ljliY , 1 VlM'lllitV JKW1, n:o. r. hoiiueh. l'Olt'l US IIA.XTEII, fgtelo Committee. 11. I'. WALTON, Jn. HA.MUT.l. ADAMS, A. L. MINIM, Hay 05, 1646. DISTRICT CONVENTION. Tlie Wlilgs of llio -It I Congressional District are Iicrnliy noti fied to meet in Convention, at Danville, on Wednesday, July$. at 11 o'clock, A. M. to nomlnato n candidato to represent said unmet in tno congress 01 mo unucu maics, wnuin rs.Miin. A. (1. CI1ADW1UK J. IV. IIARTSII01tN, Committee. IN. it 1). V, II D I . i will II, i NKY STOWXLl., ' Juno 15...

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. — 18 June 1846

lmJ naked tlmt all tho testimony should bo kept so crct. Mr. Urinkcrhofl" mado somo rcmnrltR In sup port or his viowo of tlio cvlilctico ho has, nnd tlmt lio used tho funds to corrupt the presses. Mr Mar tin, of Ky., asked Mr. II. if Mr Inycrsoll was nl lowed to appear before tho Committee to prosccuto Ins charges. Mr. II. said ho was not. Mr. Vinton said that Mr. Ingorsoll did not nsk to nppoar, nnd was not refused. Tlio reports were ordered to bo printed. Wednksday, Juno 10. Sknatk. Tho proceedings of tlio Senate today vcro interesting nnd important wns tho submis sion by tlio President of tho basis of a treaty for tho settlement of tlio Oregon question. At the o pening of tlio session, , Mr. Wcstcott submitted tho Constitution and tho form of government adopted by tlio Stnto of Iown, on tho Jfcith of May, which was referred to t.'io com mmitlco on Territories. Mr. Cass mado a brier explanation on a letter published in tlio Union, from Gen. Gaines. This officer says that Mr. Cass,...

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. — 18 June 1846

itt?.v rnorS. .. 1 " : v . vr.:'r.f rn no,i. i eivo h- TT A VINO sposeil 01 moil 01 my ""'v",",, 'l ii ,i, I notice in my customers and H' I"lUo gonomlly lint I J X not o tn tnv ni nnu ri,rlvlntr a vrrv r.Ait.mft AND SPLENDID .ki,h I shall soli r.ir CASH, or on short GltBDIT at tho scry lowest price possiuie. Montpelier, May SO, IMi (IIAHLKS SPALDING. (iO JOS. AV. HOWES ttAS now ready fot tho Inspection of nil, u very cxtenslvn Ji nsiortmontof . RICH AND FASHIONABLE GOODS. Tin: will lind a mort' tM ivo si Im.timi of RICH DRESS GOODS, Than ever before ollcrcit in Montpelier. Such ns Paris Uariigi's-Kllk ami wool beautiful Shaded Uri-gon., Entirely now i CaU'ornln Fluid' , " " Lama Curd!, " " Ceshmero Jo. M 14 Pondicnerrj, " " Very noat fij-M do Lninns j Jlslrotlnos, Lawns, Minims, P'd Calnbrlckas alto Calicoes In grcnt varict) i beautiful Whlto Good j Cross order and Slrlpcd Swiss Muslins , " , Main " " Ulnck'.l CamlirliM, Bishops I.lwn .inn Foeli. Hdkli, Corded and Crass Cloth Skirt...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 June 1846

nhd lakes, makes the journey ncntly double tlmt distance. Tlio forco eoloctod for this purpose can nists of Artillery, and 300 men irtho 6th regimont of Foot under tho command or nn cxcollont, intel ligent and active officer, Major Crofton. WNrnT.ANn AND THE UNITED STATUS. Tho Siccte says "Tlio rows just received from tlio United States Iim causod lively satisfaction in England amongst tlio mercantile classes) but this lias not been tho case among tlio politicians. Tho eott of tack which has taken placo in tho movement of public opinion in America on tho suhjectot tno Oregon is a sign which well-practised oyes cannot mistake Mr. Polk attained tlio Presidency for tlio piirposo of accomplishing tho last wish of Gen. Jackson, whoso dying exhortation was "Gel pos sesion of tho Oregon nt any price." Tlio ardor of Mr. Polk has however suddenly cooled ; his political friends only offered at tlio close of tho debate, a purely formal resistance to tlio conciliatory resolution of tho Senate, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 June 1846

FROM WASHINGTON. IIondat( Juno 15. Senate. Mr. Allon toso and having Loon rec ognised by tho Chair, read his abdication of tlio post of Cliairiniui'.ortlio Coinmittoo on Foreign no tations. Mr. Cass pa6sed high compliments on Mr. Allen. Tho Senate accented Mr. Allon'a resignation. On motion of Mr. Webster, 11 was agreed that tho Senalo should fill tho vacancy tomorrow at 1 o'clock. Mr. V. nrescntcd resolutions of tho Lcffiuloturo of Massachusetts in reference to dispossessing process issuing irom tno auprcmo uoun oi wo u. 13., In tho snmo form as thoso from Stato Courts. Referred to tlio Committco on tho Judiciary. On motion of Air. Dix, tho Supplhnontary Bill was taken up. Tlio Sonato insisted upon its amendment, and Messrs. Dix, Webster, Wcstcott, and Mangum, wcro appointed a committee to confer with tho House. Tho resolution by Mr. Hanncgan, fixing tho 20tli July for tho adjournment of Congress, was briclly discussed, and finally, by a voto of 31 to 21, tho subject was again post...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 June 1846

MAY 20, 1846. STOllRS & LANGDONS, A HE now oponln at tho Corner Kioto, a ureal variety of A SUMMER GOODS, , fiom New Yoik and Iloston, comprising; wmo very elMtanl IlrcM Roods ofneiv and raro atylcs of Bilk, Worsted nnd tol ton Fabrics. . , lleautlfut Lawns, Muilln Amt Muslin fllnsuam.. &e. Tho Ladles aro particularly Invited lo oxamlno their now tjles of Dross (lootls. FANCY GOODS. Ribbons, Crovuts. Laces, fllovcs, Mills, Silk and Colton Hosiery, Sleol Uoails and Trimmings, Tun, ice HON NETS. , ,, BOO now and beautiful W1NNET8 of 19. different kinds, with Ilibbons, I'oh crs, Sit. cheap enough. sho i:s. 300 pair. Ladles and Misses Blips ami llioo. K pi. PlttNTS from 0 to 13 1-3 c. pet yard. fiOOO roll, ori'apcr Hanging), cry low. 15000 yard, 3-4, 4. land M Cotton flood,. KrCrocltorv, (Hon Ware, Looking Ulassoi and Groccrloi i In abundance and cheap enough. c0 NEW GOODS. HAVING disposed uf most of my stock of OM Goods, I glvo notice to my customers, and the public generally t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 June 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN4 & STATE JOURNAL ft . BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIl, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 184G. VOL. XL. NO. 32. WHOLE NO. 2071. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TTRMS $1 50 cash In intra neo $3 00 If pavment i not mmlo In ad von co j intern! nttvnyf charged from Ino end of tlio year. POETRY. HUTCHINSON FAMILY'S SONG. The Incident related in tlio following lliica occurred lit 831,wi one of tlio tlreen Mountains In Vermont, Tlio mitlior won a Mrs Illnkc, ulioso child vni prcierved in tho mnnncr tlcicrihcd. Tliii U ono of tho popular 01131 lung hy tlio Hutchinson ramitjr, tot to nui.'ic hy Mr. Hentli. Tho ruld wind dm opt tho mountain height, And pathlein wan the tlrmry uild And 'mid the t-hrcrlom hour of iJcht A mother wtinttcrctl with her child. Ai through tho drilling Know ho prcMed, The hnho wan ilecpin on her breast. And rolder ft I II the wimW did Mow, And darker lioun of night en mo on( And deeper grow tho drifting mow, llrr limln wero rhilled, her ctrenith wo$ gono t ' Oh,...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 July 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN STATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 184G. VOL. XL. NO. 33.-WIIOLE NO. 2072. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TntfliiS 1 50 enslilniuli-nncoi 83 00 If payment In not mrulo in mlvanco Intern! nlwnys chursea from tli end of UiO year. POETRY. THE MAUL WEAKER. lit UABItT CORHWJILI- I( Is recorded of a poatl-diver, that lio illoil (from over exer. lion or iomo nlficr enmo,) Imtncilintely nflcr lie Imd reached tho Innd or boat (torn tilcli lio It ad plunjH I and Hint timongm tho bliCIJf WHICH 110 Drought tip, VflXS 0110 v tviiMiiuvu u h?uu mi suiagiing mho an'i ncnuij. Within llio mldnijlit fleer Irnlr,. HairiitiMen In Its doepAl d, A linila peorlen, prlcelcM p9jlf (All iflmy.oyed) forever itaHUfc t Without Uio diannnd'iimrKjtnj5.ctW( , Tim ruby's Mnxlien. Ilieryttt)u3,.. Modest an llio louder dawn; U'lien tier purplo vcil' wllkJuwn. Tlio flower of ceinii, a lily cow nnd jwilo ! Ycl what doth oil hvailf, All It beauty, ond oil llrffflVVj AM lli...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 July 1846

the fiscal year oF 1845, (ending Aug. 31,) wcro in nrrcar at tlio session or llio l-Cffialnturo ; t int a largo portion of tlio clerk's accounts wero still un settled; and fhntfho most troublesome and difficult task of tho present Auditor, lias boon to adjust tlioso .nftimiii nml nMfiln n I'm ii i (1 nt i on of tlio balances duo on them. Tlio treasury was seriously embar rassed In consequence, and tho clifhcuHy which had incroasod every year threatened to bocomo worse. A strong conviction was folt on evory side, that some measures should uouikch ior lumcuinturem.,. Tho act under consideration was tho result. It provides, in tho first place, that money should bo furnished to tho clerks only to pay tho jurors and witnesses. , . It was urtcd by Eome, that tho wnolo system ot ...l.nmnt l,Al,l,1 1,n nl.Mllfillfid. TIlO Ob CCUOn to tlio system of drawing orders, with wlucli the late Auditor lias inauo inopuunu ,.uiiiu.u, ... cod by other. They wore felt to bo especially npplicnblo to tho ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 July 1846

po.'slbly Imvo ntitlcipated llio ntrival of euch liravy I rUlIUUlvUlliVmo HUM! tlUUinilllllillilUlU IIU'I Hit" nn llicir tvov liitlior. Without larco mentis of transportation, tills forco will cmbnrrnsa rattier tlian facilitate our oporntlotig. 1 cannot doubt that llio Dxr.nrtmnnt lias nlrdatlv irivnn instructions bas ed upon tho chango in our position elnco tlio first call for volunteers. Our last accounts of Arista, roprcscnt lua force to bo halted nt Coma, on cxtcnslvo hacienda on tho Monterey road, about 100 miles from this point. IIo has pickets covering llio roads leading to Mat ntnorae, with a victr to cut oil' all communication with tho interior. 'J'lio departmental authorities liavo issued a decreo denouncing as traitors all that hold intercourses win; us, or wltli thoso who ilo so. I am, nevertheless, disposed to beliovo that in somo quarters at least our presence is not unfavorably received. Wo havo no inlclligonco from tho city of Mexico. Ordnanco stores and their muniti...

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. — 2 July 1846

-it' . MAY 20, 184.0. STORRS & LANGDONS, Ji RE now opening at tlio Cornor Store, a groat varloly of tlch A STT1YTIUER GOODS. from Nw Vork ami Boston, comprising tome vary elegant DMss Goods of no wand raro style-of Bilk, Worslcd nnd Cot ion tonnes. l1ArA,lir..1 T Mntltn fln.l Miitltn ninfrhflm. tfcC. Tlio Ladlos nro particularly Invited to examine Ihclr now livid of Dress Goods. FANCY GOODS. 1,11.1..... n 1 - V rll...n. Mill, tllll- (11,1 Pnllnil 1VIUHUIIH, VIIUVIIIB, IiUCI'., IIIUTV., UilVlI) IJIII. UIIU JIosiCfT, Klecl Roads nmrJ 'linunlngs, rnns,bci JIONNHTS. E00 now nnJ beautiful BONNETS of 13 Oifloccnt kinds, with Ribbons, Uowcrs, &c. cheap enough UIIIll'l MO pairs Lvtios and Jtlsscs Slips ami Shoos, 00 in. PRLNTS from 0 to 12 1-3 c. per jard. NEW GOODS. HAVING disposed of most of my stock of Old Good, I givo notlco to my customers ond tlio public generally thai I urn now receiving a very LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSOUTAIENT or uhlcli'l shall noil for CASH, or on short CREDIT...

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. — 9 July 1846

ATE JOURNAL, BY J3. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEll, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1846. VOL. XL. NO, 34.-WIIOLE NO. 2073. WATCHMAN & ST WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. Ti;nMB -Mfc" rnili in mtvnneoi Ml 00 If tnymrnl l tiol mado in od run i o j liiti-nl nlwnyi ch urged from tho end art ho icat POETRY. SONG Or Til 13 IsAUOIlKUS. Am u Spmklwg and iiright." Holy nnd puro If iho labor sine, 1 the tuggu) puth w'ro trending, Tv til lend in 'N, 'llll tho race li wtnj IVr tia oir upward loading 1 Tf nw nt.rlnk, i'r HU Miff tn think That our ctiuto n trim and holy l Lrt u iprfino in our oil ling hero, in out nation o'er to lowly. Ij-ili'ir ii luvoj (ind our deed flu1! ptoo 1 1 t wrnr moved liy kiii'Mv ti cling. And t.nltor" lifil'i, wlitm the ltnart'i aright. J'or Mi D'lty In lit. n waling, liy tniling liniiiN Iho re nnl l.ind( Pli.tll ronio both wcnlih and ph-uftire. And lima will conic when wo find tmr home, And may claim a fadeless treasure bachelors. Am tone cloud in Autumn ores, Aa it ireo Willi rut ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 July 1846

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. E. f. WALTON, JR., I'MTOll. J.fONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JULY 0, 18-10. AVJIIO NOMINATIONS l'Olt 1810. FOR, GOVERNOR. IIOKACIJ EATON, . OP ENOSBURGII. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. LEONARD S AUG IS ANT, Or MANCHESTER. FOR TREASURER. ELLSHA P. JEWISTT, OP MON'ITEMER. l-OU SI'NATOItd. WASHINGTON COUNTY. FRANKLIN A. WRIGHT, HORACE IIOLDEN. ORANGE COUNTY. DA1UUS PRIDE, WILLIAM IIEUARD, GEORGE W. PR1CUARD. WATCHMAN VOltTIIE CAMPAIGN. Wo will send tlio Wntchman fur three months at I'ont cnplcn for S,00. Tho largeness of the sheet, the aroountof load ing matter it will contain, nnd tho low prico at which it is offered, compel us to say that wc cannot tend less than four copies that tho bundle must always ho sent to ono address, and, without fail, paid fur in advance. Wo would Leg leave to urgo upon tho party in tho State, tho importanco of diffusing correct pnn ciplcs among tho people; and especially would wo urgo upon tho Whigs of tho Fourth Congres sional District tho neces...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 July 1846

A motion was thou mado to reconsider but, bo foro this voto wns ilcolaretl, tho Speaker said that a mistnlco Imd been discovered In tlio last count, mid that it should have been announced as being 05 to W2 bo that li'u own voto was not proper, and tho subsequent proceeding was a nullity. Tho voto on adding salt to tho free list was then reconsidered ayes 101, noes 100. Tho question recurring, on adding salt to tho free list, tho voto stood ayes 101, noes 10." so Fait was not added to tho free list, and by this ono voto, in fact, was suspended tho fa to of tho bill. Tho next quostion was on adopting n clauso to ropoal tho fishing bounties, and on tliis tho voto stood ayes 100, noes 101). Tho bill was finally passed by yoas 11 1, noes 1)3. Tho IIouso then adjourned until Monday. THE MEXICAN WAlt. Tiik Latest from the Ansiv. Tho follow ing is tho I'icnyuno'd summary of tho latest advi ces from tho lilo Grande. Mr. Kendall had left Mclamoras with a compa ny of McCullough'u Hangers, on a...

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 July 1846

JUST HOME FROM NEW YORK. O PENING this week and noxt, splendid assort. MENT or iuuii iCth Juno (C8.) j. w. uuvvns. htjti! m vi'tiMnxT. ) in rrobato Coutt liotdrn nt Mont Wellington District, I lii nnd far atd Ulatriclj on the 25lh day nfJiiiie . , . , - . 'Wnv . ll A VMOND. administrator nri Ihft Aiti Q Of r.bePO XJ icr Knymonu, lavo oi vurren, in iani imirici ucufiu, Intestate, presents lilt petition to thin Coutt In writing, praying Tor license "nil tlio wliolo nf tho rcnl estate ofsnhl deceased, fur tho payment ol tns tlculi uuo from rniiii ucrcasou nmi mo exnontcs of administration, (tnclailioir Iho widow's light ol ilnw- er nmi tho rovorslon therein,) n Hedging that n pnrt cannot bo Hold without injury to tlio remainder, nmi It being necessary to sell ft part, tho personal eslata thereof being Instilllm-nt far tho purposes aforesaid, nnd Iho tnmo npienrlng reasonable! Wheronnnri It Is ordered llmt mild hcltlfon ha rcfotred In n scs- ion of said Court to ho held at Montpolier, o...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 July 1846

VERMONT WA yCHMAM T A JLLd W BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPEUElt, TIIUKSDAY, JULY lfi, 18-10. VOL. XL. NO. 35.-WIIOLE NO. 2074. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. UT-lt M. (1 60 onuli In mWfinro j (00 If pnvmont U not inlo In ntlvauco j Inlutctl aUvn)i charged ft urn lho oml of tlio jear POETRY. l'or llio Vi-tclnmm nnd Jcurnal MY OWN BROWN HUT i A LAV of 'j un Minns mountains iiv mi-i. 1 1 ia . w. ruuoris. The monit.iiii-lon arnhrif lit tin.t r"Ocn, Vili hlo im "-I'rnitf tho r I.- iwciu, Ami down ilie fmrri stum y x mm 'J ho coyj cotn itiuli, flifVtl ftr mi, tiihfa to thu gn"" tiimuttrun 1 nt, And warhla rmiml m Ikttl , hut My ovrn kxuwn hut! Thero'i no upon hU rolling oattli, A fpot pt tared It (tho ino bfilh ( Horo childhood! tunny moment! pofl( And horo my bridal ruuch xvm tm art My homt clin to tlm mountain loot, And ovory objoct r mul my but My own brm. i )'' There' tnunle In the painted room, AVhoto dying bo ntit hed perfume, And t'aafilon'i i!:inalitori, jwt and aln, J'om empty ho-ul...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 July 1846

li.w to draw money from tho trcnsury on older?. I cnn sco but IHtlo did'cronco botwoen authorizing them to draw it on orders, and authorizing them to direct how tho clerks shall pay it out. 1 lip oiics- ll ..l.nlW it is best lO IcaVO t 10 POWOt of tlllOW. ,m. iho clerks, or tbo indues of tlio courts, or with tlio ntiditor, Is a different nnd a grave one. Mthough very fully discussed by tbo Legislature lost fall, it was fur from bolng settled. Those op posed to tbo present system, waived tbolr objections Tor tlio season, nnd suffered the law to pass from tlio imperious necessity of having somo action on tbo subject. Hut whatever raultmnv bo found with 11, n ....inni. it must not bo laid to the chnrga of tho ticto'f 1815, that act did not alter in this rcjpcct nlnll- it nnlv nrnvidnil fur tlio inVniBIlt ol tho ItC- rniiniq whrn allowed, in orders instead of cash. 1'nr ihn enltn of uniformity tho .jailor's accounts wnrn nlen cult miiird to tliom. Thcro is no good mason lor distinguishi...

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

givo tliom our support and votes tit llio polls, nl ilm ensuing election. 'l'lio nominating comiuittoo prosontod tlio namo of QUO. H. CHANDLER, as candidato for rep. rcscntativo to Congress. Tlio following resolution, presented by Mr. Fair banks, was unanimously udoptcd by tlio Conven tion: Jlcsolved, That wo heartily approvo of tlio nom ination of G. 11. CHANDLER. Esq , ns a candi dato for Congress, and wo pledgo oursolves to nil honorable measures to secure Ins election. P. A. GARFIELD, II. H. DEMING, Secretaries. WASHINGTON CO. COMMON SCHOOL CONVENTION. Agreeably to tlio call of tlio County Superinten dent of Common Schools for tlio County of Wash ington, a goodly number of Town Superintendents, Clergymen, Teachers, &c. met at tlio Frco Church in Moiitpolior, Juno 23, nt ton o'clock, A. M. The meeting was called to order by tlio County Super intendent, and tlio Convention was organized im mediately and permanently by tlio election of Ki'V. E. J. Scott ol" Montpolicr, Chairman...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 July 1846

AND CLOTH IJHKSHINfl. Mllll! Pulnetlliot wouM Inform tlio puMIe lliol ho lm pul J. Machinery In gooJ outer for Cardine Woo! nml Diosslnj Cloth, nml will wntrnnlliU work tolio iluno oswoll as lit nrij ' ;nsli ptlco for Untiling wool 3 cnnt per ponrnl i for Droning Cloth oil common colon (i.l por yard) Hlitc' frcy, onco shorn- ... r-l. lA',.mn,.'. ivnnf nmin.in Colors ll) CBIlll 1 IntlU VII 'ill l"i'u ""I ii ,, i, .,1 , 0 OHIO IV corns , maimer "CU .1 vvni A. M.JACKMAN 703w llsrre, Lower VI lajo, Juno Oth, 1S40. CLOTH UKKSSfNO AND MANUFAt!- wituiNo. mill! umlcisltnc-il wotiM sny In Hair film's nn.l tho puMio JL cenornllr, lhal they nmu micil up iwir f"H ".. rato onlor, nml Imvo inailo hrgo nJ.lilions to rhclr Machinery 1 10 U'n ..... m.i ... ro.l In I O tOllt l OIK In tllO I, nil nusslhln miiiiirr nml nl short tiotico. All liork clono nt our I'netoiy warranted lo ho well ilono nml lulho satislnctlon iifiiiir e mlomers or no nny. Cloili of nil colors nml iiuiillllos kept con ti.ntlyou ...

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. — 23 July 1846

VERMONT WA ST ATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 184(1. VOL. XL. NO. 3G.-WHOLE NO. 2075. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TERM? $1 50 c"' I" ndvnnco &3 00 If payment la not mi In aJmnca Intotf Jt nlwaye charged from tho ond of the y POETRY. THE POOR MAN'S DAY. SIT tBKflKZlIl ELLIOT. Hall. SabbaVhl llico I liall, tho Toor Man'i Day t ' GniHAMEi HnMmtli lioly! To the lowly Stilt thou art o welcome Jay. When thou eomceti earth ana oceon( Shade and lri.itncsB. rcit and motion, Help tho poor man'i heart to pray. Pun-waked forcit, Bird that soorest . O'er the mute empurpled moor, Thfoitlc'i Kong that itronm-liko flowest Vlnd that over Hcw-tlrop goeit, Welcomes now tho vo-worn poor. Mule river, Young forever ! Cloud gold-'iright with thankful glee, Happy uood-bliTe, gladly weeping, That within tho wfid-roio koeplng, O that thry wcro blest aa ye I Bab'nlli holy t Tor tho lowly Paint with flotver thy glittering tod Tor nflliclion'i tons and daughter! Did thy mo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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