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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 September 1837

VB R M N T P H (EIIX. BJiATTX,EB01lO, Vt SEPTEMBER 29, 1837. I . IT NO. 4. ERMOIVT PHEIIX, PtWUheJ eery Friday Morning, by yfjl. K. K X 11 Jbi a . ... n 'II!.. -nM.t. rl . Tn iimI )IUri1-T Tim DutUrt ft jw, irinw'ttt 1 not matte at ine xmra- ftllRIrni W" - ' I f the mblner vruer uj mail mtwi vrPIIIInr IlirT vi 111 nui icvvhu aiicuiiun ai .... 1. .r inn i'niTifi nMiiu Anktwu" w . ..... . ..,1 nn miMiersIra Irrmt . ilfhurxBoiivt For tbe Vermonl rhtcnix. . Pniros : As thefe has been some 1 vmir nntwrnn thi ii!iiirr nf 551U it . ....n.m. it is nroDat) c tnnt vou nnd irpnpm r would like to know Hi WW - . . . inrjru 7 i V 1 it 1 m 1 1 a 1 iiAco ivmrii nre siiuiripniii.' 1 i-.it h 0 nninn v uiFrn in i 7s.-i then sutTered with the Asthma ten which defied the physicians' skill : ;r. nrnnnfirtr'nri in a tonsiimnlmn hnrwtras. and we had one child. 1 LJ dtm In tht Cltimttnr. u? ivnro .aM itirp was no hem lor us in mem .mH ml inln &a.ttn-liflftplv rrravsv . 1 it. 1 r.u 'inf. flUU IUV ll"WHUI...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 September 1837

KG Kin Calhoun's Opinion. Wo extract from the Now York Commercial Advertiser tho following synopsis or Mr Calhoun s; opinions on the subject of tho currency; as: given in his speech in tho Senate on Mon day, while the. Bill authorizing thu issue or 'Treasury notes was before that body ; Tho Bill providing for the issue of Treas ury notes was then taken up, and in tho midst of the most profound silence and fixed attention of the Senate and tho immense crowd, Mr Calhoun roso and made an elaborate cxpbsition of his viows. He said tho question-Is, "Shall the Government use tho banks as fiscal agents? as depositories or tho pub lic funds and shall it rcceivq their notes as Bpccio?" Ho had como to the Conclusion that tha interest of the Banks and Govern ment forbTd a re-union. Ho asked that ho might bo judged with candor. Thoso in favor of a re union will find tho preliminary difficulty that tho Banks are now separated from tho Government j and until tho law which separated them iS an nul...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 September 1837

. il . l.l i fii l . . . . i ft. . . mi it , . Derjon, snail receive unity msm-a tmui in every oinic. i ncse nanus so select- . Lrbaroback,wclllnidon,byorderof cd wore mostly Conducted by thoir own po- iot" ii in South Carolina, "if any litical friends, nnd coadjutors; nnd.thcrcforc ' i!clinll be out of the houso or plant- the most unworthy of all others to bo trusted. . wno sin" , i ii i; -l ii , ,(. .;:),. r .),.. .i, ...i i,..i, ,i I....I ttlCII OlUC i iiiiv ...w .uui... vi iiivuk uiiwkii.u Ul4illa IIIIV 9"".. . !.., I nr without snmn Minn nnnrnrl nlinnl fnrlu milKnua nt itnllnm prion in company with such slaves, being; the whole contents of the federal treas 'n fust to submit to undergo the exam- ury, with permission to mnko use of ft, as '.' f"f white person, it shall be law- so much capital, on vhjch to discount notes VERMONT P IIOGIVI.X. rriilny Morning, September 20, 1837. .i n i:.. ,,.,.,,1 in mnn " . . a., nfl ct an ol twenty tasnes on . . oa nunu in 1 nnCftn IlltllVU. ,ll...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 September 1837

I LOVE THE MAN. 1 loveMhc iniin sincere at heart, I love the man who takes hi part ; I love the mnn who will he free, .1 love the man uf liberty ; I love the man who loves to labor, I love the man who loves his neighbor I love the mnn who loves his wi(e, I love the mnn who love not strife I love the Hum who loves not colli, I love the mnn candid mid bold ; I love the ninii wio loves his fyllow, t Invu 1 he mnn. summer nnd winter. Who ne'er forgets to pay the PRINTER Tub Sbrgeaht's Wife. It was night. Tlio soldiers in both tho hostilo armies were hushed in mute slumbers, and no sound was heard, save tho sentinel'H measured trend, nud the occasionally cry, 'all's well." A mtidled form approached, 'Who comes there?' demanded tho sentinel, 'A friend,' ans wered a timed voico softly, 'Advance,' Bnid tho sentinel, and give the parole.' 'The same soft nnd timed voice saui( "iove,' i.,ovei.rcpiieo me sentinel, 'Love is not the parole, yon cannot pass, it would oemore mnn my me istoin w let ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 October 1837

31 O IV T IKE I . BRTEBORO, Vt, 0(5 BER 6, J 837, NO. 5f M .. i -j, ,. -f jr.UJ.I.eJ cvefy Ff"Iy Morning, by TTfir.- A-l- ' .1.. m. ' .. V ..- u ...Kitn-ili,. Ttvn DnltAff a vritr. .,,-J0 Mgw m receive llicir papers at llio officn, itfTeSr inierMl will tie mlilrd. C7 No pa. .fnucj Mill nrrraritgct are paid, cxrcpl nt K,li!uUihr. Order. I.y mail mn.t CcTPAID or lliej "ill nit rcrelvo nttrntion. -.i,,l. uf JOI1 I'UINTINU hcatlvcxe. V?S V "ip:?oia'4Ydii.dfpnnil tanking ltey tibia WKRebrW uew irorn tne .roseenf, -"id IWfoW ftrifiV ..ml nn intitlprntp tiirmfl. jllluri ""- - ' IfllE YOIMG AVI2ST INDIAN. 8V tiic AU-riion or nonoMOK. . f ilinm M-niMvnnl rhnMClnri Em one M j - ; i the philosophic call romantic, and wnev-loviiig, a strange, nnuceounta. tttv, Left with a small pntrimoriy. lb a thrifiy man v.ouia nave incrcnsca I - r ..l.ncit In irirlltlnn mv rnlinnr iJlllUEncu, i i.ii"-v -"a- J s Iution, which was to sec men una mnn inewrv variety of liglrt nnd shadow; alter thirty years' expe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 October 1837

COIVOJtESS. Senate Monday. Sent. 25. The Senate nroceeded to consider t lit bill imwsiiiir.nd dilidtpl duties us depositories ol public Sm' mi eeituirrolJiccrs. Mr. Clay then addressed the Senate, tlo said that alier'lhe most calm Mid dispassion nto'rc'fleelion 'oh llrcconditTou of tho conn try, and the measures of relief suggested, he hutl come to tho concisoii that the bill un dcr consideration, would only bu nn agem valion tf tho tsil. When distress wns tho result'oh'hc mca-sureSf the Government, it wns doubly imperativon the Government to find a relncdv!' Tho 'universality of tho feeling of suffering which prevailed through w 'rtiiifr We'll nlon. distiMtfikJwd it from any for Mp, period in which (JBpnnd difficulty liad arisen among Us. "'jPKifr This universal suflbrirfBtit to lead to united counsels -mid common measures. He hoped nil past discord would bo forgotten, and that all would fix their eyes on tho con dition of tho country, and unite in devising the best means of relief...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 October 1837

it, ns vc have said, vine ,ucrnocra- ' c. "... intention and end of which Lluce political effect, nnd to obtain anil I-.! Li nmwr. Hence it is thnt ilio . hnllnt.boxcs in every State, nl- vgiheivs tnat every iuuw uuiuugm iuiuc 4 . .iH ni inn fii'iiiiini iiu . uruuaura 11 la f or ciuu i . . hat side, in the nggregnte amoun .-- . ,im!n tlii'ir Inst man. nnil nn l v j ... nitvnva etiu"1 ...... 1 '."..imnst. . ., .. ,nMnt iMrciiuiin in mumr. uiiuutr nd nm! tho Western Stales, where there (.'...viminciiso increase of votes shown ,u i n rcpunlican siue, were appears Lgonllie side of "the democracy," Lirrtson i that llieir vocation ns WK ll!lvo iherf S!V: ihnv are drilled to it:.anJ II lUIH'fcl . J . . . .'. ...J unm HCl II as 10 mOKU IIIO WI1UIO-prtJt CY"" . .-ru :i .It? ' ,, ..rusting ns possuuu io uuuoruuiu ini)s II! tllC Hope unu uuiu-i, hiiiuu uivy w but too often realized, that in the end evshll Siicceea in auving uii uuiiurnuic '!n from the exercise of the voting privi 1 This is the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 October 1837

1 j-ktt' SiWu! Tho, MbtfiV that Oak. A IN AlTEili tlful i 'IV! ni ore a pnrouy on ui.. "Woodman: sparo TO THE DOG KILLER; astihgWay, and'afffrlght unn'atti ring in hcr'eye, while her countc- r .nC. artnrn ihnt llOIT I Touch nota-hnir or limb! In youth he' fought formo J And now I'll fight for him. What injury doth he, ' That in his fated head; ' Tho Mavor's stern dcrrco ' , Must lodgo a junk of lend. My old and faithful dog. whose name and wild, renown Havo frightened many a rouge; , And nvould'at thou shoot him down! -Loafer I thy wrath forbear J . . Let Honesty go free JEMV Though mad, hu would bowaro Wtfp ,Of uch a thing as thcc. wTten but an fdle boy, Often with him I roved; In all their gushing joy, Him, too, my sisters loved; And him my brothers dear, The fond caress would give. Loafer 1 who Bent theo here? Got let that old dog live. MV heart sfrmgVround thee cling, 'Close ns'tliyihide, old Triciid 1 Thy honors"! will sing, Thy life" and fame defend. Old dog I tho Mayor bravo ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 October 1837

VERMONT PH(EIII. inKiih.: it. BRATTLE BORO, Vt. OCTOBER 13, 1837. . NO. 6. DIVT MICEIVIX, r.Mi.hc.IeuryKrulny Morning, by B. BYTIIBKi . .. t. n:tr1!nff. nmrlv onnoaite Cliaio'i Sago iioukc. u ...lulirflwra Two Dotlari a rar J-. Whn rCCCITO INCH mn- o imu i,...-,,, If PJUmCIll ' IIU- MIHUU Ut HIV CA!IIU- .linml until nrrcrac life paid, except nt ef ,hc puMlelier. wrcr uy inmi imiu will not receive intention. Allkiixl uf JOB l'MNTiNG neatly exe i . .:. ..ml mi nmilcrate term.. II u 8VT0E AUTIIOIl OF II0R0MOK. Continued.) 1 -...ft,.. in tsnr flii nrnmitn f V 1 vm scarcely been in Boston . t.ilt.iti I lAiinn im f. MIM ft...-- ,- I nMWlte Sir Ht'VIlUlu tiuuav, nmwiililjj ioJos with throbbing eagerness. ilmiT figure 1 expected 10 a"", wns ... i mnir the bell imnnticntiv. ask- errant in a nunitu luuri is iino. ii. .i knmc" anil nrrssun lorwuru i,ir,iiv iv Inch inv sense ol de- U II li'v"""J .... ....fjM rottrnin. "air." ren ted Hit . h. h.'Hn ilcnil Hits lortiiirrht. ... . .i.! i iiv., i.....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 October 1837

MR KING'S SPEECH IN THE SEN ATE, ON THE SUB-TREASURY SYSTEM. Mr King of Georgia said ho had felt mJ,n.emnnt HliritllF tllO WhOIC- Ol the session, in regard to tho propositions of Mr Hives und Mr Cnlhoiin. lie wns not entirely in favor of either. Ho had been always opposed to the State Bank system, und predicted the disasters which had fol lowed its adoption. Ho insisted that it had not only failed, but was an entire failure from tho beginning a system of fraud nnd de ception. It produced speculation in tho ex changes, by the officers of the banks who were expected to regulate them ; the alleg ed facilities for exchange wcro merely no minal J nnd lit! adduced instances to show that shaving, to a great extent upon them; had been curried on. The Specie Circular had increased the amount of shaving; nnd ho adduced instances ol enormous profits, divided by tho banks in tho city of his resi dence. Ho expressed the belief that the currency nnd exchanges, bad ns they of course were, were mad...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 October 1837

PROPOSITION TO ANNEX TEX T'll!:' wn UniR UNITED STATES. " The National Intelligencer furnishes us . , ri from the correspondence, sub- tied to the House of Representatives in v.. in the call of John (i. Adams. The papcrs consist or n long letter from Mf Hunt, the Texan Envoy, the answer of Secretary torsym.anu me repuvuiiun ui ir " The National Intelligencer says, "Thoob . . 0f(,e letter of the Minister of Texas is If nroposc a negotiation for the purpose of ionexin" lI,al c0U,,,Ty 10 l,,c Uni,etl States, hicb is' pressed upon the Sccretnry of State jf such considerations ns will be substan iMIv comprehended by a perusal of the re $ of the Secretaryj Slate." ft Gtncral Memur.an Hunt, eye. The undersigned, Secretary of State of the United States, has had the honor to receive ihe note of his Excellency General Hunt, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni Doteniiary of Texas, duted the 4th instant, Proposing a negotiation for the purpose of on LjVthat country to the United Suites. That...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 October 1837

Mj!amui'Tiw f From tho Loufsillo (Ky.) Cily Gatctto of Sept 1. ATTUMN. Thou art with us. Almuly we M llie prickles in tho morning air. And this stars shine out nt night with it peculiar lustre, Shortly, wo shnll see thu rich tilils which thou flingcst on thu woodbinds, nnd then Ihy russet livery. And if Ihou nrt now bright, nnd gay, nnd bcuiilifir), t)iou nrt not less lovely, when thy hnzy ntmospherc spreads n voluptuous soAness over nnttire when the sun himself is shorn of his belt ins, nnd like n pale planet wanders through thy slty. Autumn I With ils fields of ripening corn and ils trees Jadeti with fruit, and its vines with the clustering grapes "Uceltii to f.irili, iorilo unit Rinding, nnd clear, sparkling strcntus, and salmon iishiutr. and field snorts is here. Out in the Autumn woods I Tho broad leaf dftho Sycamore hath fallen upon stream let nnd linth passed on with its tumbling wa ters, or disparts thorn where it has rested against soino obstruction. The buckoys is bare. Th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 October 1837

t j 1 VERM O W T PHfflJIIX. 1 ', MA i OL. IV. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. OCTOBER 20, 1837. NO. 7. ?ElMIONT PJICEIVJX,, r.ililiil",'l ery 1'rM.ir Mnrnlnjr, by lV m. E. BYTUEJR. cNo.2 lltl' HiMln, ncnrlj oppo'iMtb Clufo'i tion. sttiga iiuhsc. .! I. ...t..1.-lt Turn Tli.lU.- n f . uhu rcccnc tliuir papcra nl the office. I-Jmcnr- If W)incnl i hot mntlo at (lie cxpiiu' ' I .t.i icnr interest will bo ndilcil. JCF No pa- dirtoniWd ""111 arrciirngw urc paiil, exrept nt ......... iS ihc uulilUlttr. Oritur by'mnil imut POST I'AID or Ihey will mil rtccivo intention. AIlMmU of ion I'lMNTINU iicutly cxe- For llic Vcrmunl l'liu-nix. Butlkk County, Ohio, April 22, 1837. Mv Dub Sin: Your Abolitionists have tinptcd to inculcate llie idea linn uorf coin nislktm to act; ami ns proof, they refer liothe Bible! They bring- such passages I the following: "Ihou snail love thy Eghbor as thyself," "Let the oppressed go lulJ go to oppsc all sin or wickedness.ol Itfktnd. iilH UUI.3 Hit UIUIV IHULII UJC uuu V . . ... 1 t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 October 1837

ond I watched their growing interest in each other, with a. hearreven more happy than their own. I had resolved that tne ucnouc linnlf! tnte nlnce the next day, and my imnmnniinn uns rnnidlv running over the recne when Margaret chanced to drop her hrncelet. Mr Gindrat took u up, ana as sne stepped aside to clasp it, he remarked tho beauty of the unrktnnnship. It was an ex quisitely cut cameo of Psyche, upon yellow ground. After looking nl it an instant, "may 1 have the honor?" said he, offering to place it upon her arm. Her laco sleeve was slight ly deranged, and as she turned her arm to adjust it, n half suppressed ejaculation burst from Gindrat's lips, and reeling with faint- nessho leaned against the folding doors. I supported him to the air. " Put me in a car riage," said he quickly, "and come with me come- with me." I'saw how it was the transparent sleeve liod betrayed the carrier dove, and all my plans of a regular catastro phe were 'frustrated When! asked my friend to forgive...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 October 1837

.A two years niter to complete me .' , . -WO"'" LaMlllutbU bApwuau Ul surrey et . J's 9 -.. to each individual of .. itnlloclr. in addition to road nets, re J (0 CornmlllCC " uuo vuiiuis, Jjourneo. ;, n iw bb: . fridoy Morning, "etopor yjJZVL ..nvnn'n MllSSAOE. ThlS doc ".E!.hnrncu'iistic of the Chief Mngis .-J f the people and state that elected ' nit an honest, plain, and direct ex . 0f the condition of thu state, without !..... nnd Wltnoui nourisii. ne wen :ui ... , i i . !i : lint ainii'ioi. linn i n i iinnr e. ,nres of the late executive of the Gen- Government Hint nas ueen me primary .fA.tncm? the disastrous state of our ... nttjirs: anu inni tiiurciore no ie- l'J . . J. . . I J . .1. . ! ilion i of this btate couiu cure me cvn, or .i.. nl annnd. and convenient cifr ore m . . ' i m.i . .. - hi be ore en oyeci. i uat, as u the acts oi 1110 wenerai uovernmcui oniy did disturbed ana aeunscu me currency, it imsnund. to that source we rcouc" - . . Turn rcine(l cuiuiiieiisuruiu nun ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 October 1837

INT ERRSTIfh NAliftATlVE. IMie ens' iIT ihn ,uhlinnmV 'man. Who litis "ItbtrnfltMight'-iHtb tlie'ifitjvlifce niihi.'Mnckc.i ie's Jljvcr,.oii a charge of murder, lias rinlu- vLl.i' . I I 11 " 1 1. 1 I ..1 -i.... l . . imiy CACimi a gotwi item m uui-ii-ai. utiti siii- iialliy. The natnral'leellng of pity is In the present instance heightened by tlie ronsidera tioTi. that the prisoner, connected with an h- tercsting race, has been carried five thousarid miles Iron! his home and kindred, to be capital' ly tried by strantrers, and that too at the in stance of an association so powerful and wealthy as the Hudson's Ilav Company. An impression has gone abroad that the' Hudson's May company is, trolrt interested motives, anxious to procure tho conviction and execu tion or tliwiftan Cad ten: and to cilpcc this im- pressinh, 'it Is only necessary to detail the whole tacts of the tragedy- dndoing this, one cannot be charged with preiudicinjr the case.for ' Cadien has himself plcadeJ guilty to t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 October 1837

'. ..' ' . Urn "I w i irt. . . . . ,i, '.,. I, h., '..! I I ' --"- IT n -1 -1 " l-MIHI ' n -I . I L. IV. BR ATTLEBORO, Ytt OCTOBER 27, ; 187 ' 1 s ! '! ' "'NO-8 , . . H . '...;'..!.:.. ...... ; : ' ' ' ' ri ' L,,. ' "T 1 TTi 'TT. ! ii m'.i i i .i.i. i n : i 1 rrrnryt ".'II- i r-r. ; . '. Trm X II II', l I X . It II f 1 M. . V I claim against tins or that fundamental prin-hind w.ho, preserves himself from starvation ciplcof civil polity. when thev boldlv inro I nnhndv knnu-.i hnvv 1 A Ins I cupli rnco i.ri clnim to their hearers, that our Siale legiala- of too frequent, occurrence to bp rare-items tures, 6r, that ohe half !of the Suites in this in nnv man's oxnorience: and huv nrise . .i.ii. Itiiililinf. neurit Olilknile Clmae'J Union. Cnact Crilcl. Unwisunnd nnniTi'Sftiirv frnm nnn mnm. linintnnnnoo , tlmi Rk',.h Dingo .. .....p, ..iiu v'y" iiivnoion.-iii wiui iiiu uuu-iruge iqr uic sjowisurn poison mni pyersteps . t .liwle mW,'I,ieM Two Dull" lie good, it is. then ihat.cvery honest...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 October 1837

glowing eyes peered from the water, and seemed to mock hit hesitation, while hollow murmcrs from behind urtrcd him onwtfrd Hn retreated a fow naccs -took n short run a desperate leap ahd plunged into the rivor. Not five seconds had passed when he roso to tho Water's surface; but what a change had taken place in that short time m all his thoughts iind feelings 1 Life, life, in any form; poverty, misery, starvation, any thing butdeath. He fought and struggled with the water that closed over his head, and scream ed in agonies of terror. The curso of his own son rani; in his cars. The shore but one Toot or dry ground lie could almost touch tbjfttlep, one hand's breadth nearer Vice Pres idents. y Seerttariet. and he'n saved; but the tide bore him on .ward, under the dark arches of the bridge, and ho sank to the bottom. A train he rose, and struggled for life.' For one instant for one brief instant the buildings on the river banks, the lights on the bridge, through which the current had b...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 October 1837

i ftora his bed and took his station nt orico I. the pump. Tho Captain, Ihcri was pres Le for the shore, but it was1 too, late. The, scene thai ensued, when it became nppatb'nt fhat tho boat must bo lost, is t,oo)horrible for description tl ngony of the young, .life beautiful, the doomed is too heart-rending, Let us draw n veil over it. Mr Holmes was on ihc forecastle when tho waves broker tip tho unfortunate boat. Upon this ho was prov identially washed to shore. The placcto which tho .survivors swam or were drifted fsthe island of Ocrncockt,at Ocracock Injet. 1 is Chiefly inhabited by uilots. Mr Holmes was receiver) viMilhu Utmost kindness nnd attention by Mf Little iohn a southern planter, who was spending he summer on ihe island with his family hi lieu of coming on North as had been his '"jjvery attention that could be rendcrd to ihe survivors was afforded by this gentle man, by Cnpt. Pike, nnd others. Hut tho ica the sea it held the stiffening forms of ihe relatives and friends...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 October 1837

For the Vermont Phtrnixa An Imitation of "The Winter Wrcnth." My Either ! dernniora, She nceila the fondest cure; She ii my bcnuteoiu Moii-roie, For elegance li there. Anl iho ' my Lily ol the Vnle, My Mountain Diilny too, My prccloun modent Violet, Wlioie iwcel bring! It to tiow. 6he ' my "clinging Jnunmlnc, In fragile graco arrayed," The lovclicM flower In "fancy' wreiitli," 'Yd ihunuiiig vnin parade." Fatrt, iwectcM, where all are f.ilr New beauties bud nnd bloom, She "reigns unnrmM," anil throws around MilliuWis pcrjpRnc. I'll be Amaranth and Ivy Foretcr clinging round, A leaf that change cannot rail In friendihlp'i garland bound. Flowera, Amaranth nnd Ivy We'll tie 1 hem nil in one, And oei' ihall be our 'riionrf-ffraii,' And Chritt our lift nnd tun. Halifax, Sept. 28. AMELIA. UNCLE BENJAMIN'S SERMON. Not mnnv hours oco I heard Uncle Bewja mik discussing this mnltcr to his son, who was complaining of Me prenure. Rely upon it, Sammy,' naid the old man, as 1 , 1 . ...IP .!.!. 1.!...

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