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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 December 1836

uvlin NOT THE GLORY OF CyESARjjllUT THE WE1FAHE OF ROME. BY If. B. ST ACT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1836. VOL. X No. 494 1 n 2Lati) of TTmuont. rtn rtci iinpinpiuuing le fuim llieiein mentioned wr in.iKing ceiium fune. TT is herein enatted'bii the General As J. sembly nf the Slate of Vermont, Tliat mere ue. anil Hereby is, appropriated n fcum not exceeding three thousand dollars loruio purpose ol making n pelimiiiary sur vey ofthe route from the state.lhrough the valleye of the Connecticut and IVeutnpsie rivers, with reference' to Iiiu r.Uustruction of a rail road thurenn. Sec. 2. That there he. and hereby is constituted a board of commissioners, con , Misting of two persons, to bo appointed by ft!io Governor of the state, whoso duty it shall be to employ a competent engineer or engineers for making the aforesaid survey 'Vind to superintend Ihu expenditure ol the ttioncy herein before appropriated. 'Stic. 3. That the treasurer of thi state lie, and he is hereby, directed to pay to the a ...

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. — 9 December 1836

FRIDAY MORNING, OECCM ICR 9. The electors for Ibis Slate met at Mont, policrnn Tuesday, and cast llicir votes for Wm. Henry llarris-on ami Frnncis Grou per, ns President and Vice President. Col. Crawford was appointed to bear this gratifying intelligence to Washington. ("Veumost i exalted, mountain high, nhotc nil tier linier guiles. 'I litie, ill lens!, die polillr.il ntmiplicio is cle.ii' nmltpuie. It is roficfliiiig, niiml the p'lliiic.il wiiMe which fiirioitnils i, in fee one State pipffited in till ilia teidntc unit feitillliv with which il c.itne out of llie Hetotulioit. Albany Journal. Wc cite the above merely to give our renders a specimen of I lie thousand cheers with which Vermont is hailed from one end of the Union to the other. Hardly a mail arrives but bring? some similar com pliment to the unbending firmness and in tegrity oflhn Mniinlnin State. Louisiana ha gone against Van Buren, by a majority of 02 voles. The Argus, however thinks that Van Burcn will receive the Ele...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 December 1836

may dispose nf pergonal estate as lie might I nave unuc ucnirn inn pn-sing ul tins net. Approved. Nnv. I, !I3G. Just received at the Shoo Store in Cluircli ft. 50 pair mens Indin Rubber over sJioe, 50d(i, Ladies fur lined wnlor proof boots and shoes and a good assort mcnt of gciitlrinciis boots shoes and pump; Ladies, Misics and clnldrcns shoes. Ladies Moccasin Sic. on lio tit) ; Unci; boots for men and boy.', nnd all articles not on band, made on thort notice. D. i. RUSSELL, Nov. 20, lnnc. p,w DR. o. IB. SAXTOJV. suiigeox DEjYTIXT, ITS at home, .mil will all imiiI at hi nfficf B. West Hilu Conrt-Ilnnse Square, in nil seasonable hours, from this, lion! I'nrlli, as well '"on or riZmi1 Ihe Glh December,,' as thereafter ; until further nolice. where lie i pri'p.ireil tu manufacture nml insert nrtifienil .Mineral or Pnrttluin Ticlh I rum a single looili to whole, hut I s, correspon ding in rolor and form to the natural leelh. with skill anil it t; in i n w Ii i ;i nut surpassed by any I...

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. — 9 December 1836

NEW ENGLAND, by j. o. w it itt i e n. Lnndnfilie forest iiml llie rock Of d.uk blue Like ii.ul iniglny river Of luoiinlsiini ic.ned nlofi lo mock The florin's c.iiccr, iIib lightning's rtiock Aly own green IjiuI fuictcr ! Land ol'ilie I msi u I i fii I nnd hr.nc Tlie ricciii.in' hoie, llie m.nijr's grnie Tlio'nuisciv of ai.inl men, tVho'C decil'lnvo linked wiih every glen, And cciv hill nnd eeiy stic.im, The loui.mce ui'soino unuinrdienm t Olr, neirr may n sun ofiliine, Where'er 111 :iiiderin; steps incline, Forget llie fkj uliidi bent nboto His childhood like n ilie.un oriole. THE NEGItO STEAKS. A CIlnPTEU FflOM THE DIARY OF A N. YORK PHYSICIAN. Many years, ago while I was studying my profession in ilio town of B , there happened to be in the tame office two nlher young men, Charles II. and George L.. the former of whom is now a respecta ble physician ; and the latlcr, after several years practice, fell a victim to intemper ancc, and is now sleeping beneath the sod. Wo took lodging...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 December 1836

NOT THE CLOllY OF CjKSAII ; II II T THE WElFAltB OV ROME. BY II. II. STACY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1836. VOL. X Wo. 495 Quick and Cheap. at HOWARDS again, AN Entire New Slock of Winter Good? is now being received tit his Cheap for Cash Store, which linvc been pnrchnsod wild such pniticular earn and attention as to quality and prices as was deemed justly due to hi? numerous Cash and rendy pay Customers, lie line very nincli increased liis usual supply so as lo enable buyer to obtnin almost any quantity wanted, and by many judicious arrangements entered into with American manufacturing establish ments, some articles come to hand lower than by passing through market. A great tnnny goods were laid in through llie Auc linn louses in New York at the late re vluced price and now as to the disposal of 'such an enlarged stock comprising every article ever expected lo be found in .1 rral Pashinnahlu Silk, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Family Grocery, Crockery. Iionk iug Glass. Carpel &.C. Sto...

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. — 16 December 1836

every quarter of the Union. Every cillze n in every state who purchases nil article wbich has paid a duly at that port, contri ''b'uTca to the accumulating mass. The sur ' plus collected tliero must, therefore, "bo made' up of moneys or, properly from other states. Thus ttie wealth anil business of " every region from which these eurplus . funds proceed, must bo to some exieni in jured, while that 'ofllio plnco whore the funds arcconccntrnjcd, and arc employed ' in ban king, are proport'ionnbly extended. But both in making the transfer of the funds which nre first necessary to pay the duties and collect the surplus and in ma ' king the ro.transfer, .vhicli becomes ncces ' sary whep the time arrives for the distribu ' tion of that surplus there is a considerable ' period when tho funds cannot ba brought ' into use ; and it is manifest that, besides ' the Iosb inevitable from such an operation, ' ils tendency is to produce fluctuations in the business of the country, which are al 1 wa...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 December 1836

in our Indian afluiri generally, will fully tppear by referring In the accompanying papers. V u h.ttit dwelling on tlx; tiuincr mis nml important topics embraced in llirni. I njraiti invilo your attention In llio impor tance of prividing n well digoslci! and com prchnnsivo system fur Ilia prntrctinn, su pnrvision, ami improvement (if I In; vnrion-i tribes now planted in the Indian count ry . The suggestions submitted by llio Com mNsinncr of Indian nflf.iirs. and enrnrcod by the secretary on Ibis subject, and also in regard In 1 ho establishment of addition al military posts tn t lie Indian country, arc entitled to your prnlnnnd en is iilerntinn. Both measures ore necessary fur llin pur. po.c o!' protecting llio IntliatiH from intcs tlnn war, and in oilier respects comply ing wit li our engagements to them, and ol securing our western frontier against in cursions whicli otherwise will a'nredly be 'mailt: on it. Tin; hi'M hhpe- of liiunnnity. in regard Intho aboriginal race, tin; woll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 December 1836

Prom tlio N. V. CoinmeicUl Aduni.-cr. The annexed account of a lunatic cnn firmed in n privnto mud house In New Hampshire, is copied from llio. Nashua Gazi'ltc ; "An insane pauper in tlilslntui i now confined in n dungeon built in the crll.ir of his keeper, final hoin lio furuicrty c-rapcd, but ' pnifucd, lirnnqhl back, Hml pU-ed then1 for safe liccplng. Sliiil up in darbies', ho became fiantlu, ns mcII lie ihiIiI, nuil no ono darrd approach him. ' '"y f.iflpnrd tipcicry oiillcl t,f o-rnpf, :iil liff" for iwovoars ti n lie been Impi iconnl, vvilhou fire ni cloililng, iiml no human cje Ins once seen him. A 4 roti 'It in placed lu lecoiio hi fond, n ml licio lie is Tell dailv hkothc iciy inp ! Is noifiiclia pic turn loo painful ren fur imagination V "ifllic forrgoin:; paragniph Ijp Iiiip, it affords n .vl coiiiinciilary on llio humanity, justice innl mercy cfllic people in which 1 tin Inniilic dings mil snrh n uielrheii cxWlcnre. If il lie IniR, llipn it is llio duly of the people, ti...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 December 1836

U1 NOT THE GliOltY OP CESAK ! HUT THE WEI.FAltE OF It O 31 E. BY II. 13. STACY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER. 23, 1S36. VOL. X No. 49(i I WISH HE WOULD DECIDE. I wish lin umild decide, tn.iinn, I wish he would decide ; l'vo been h bridc'tniid luenly time.', When sli.ill 1 lie a In ide ? Hlv cousin Ann, my sister l-'an, The nuptial Knot line (ii'd ; Yd rome uliat will, I'm pinglo Hill I wish lie won lil ilccitle. He lakes tne to llie pl.iy, mama, He lirini me pretty books, He woes meu'uh his eje., mama, Such speechless lliings lie looks ! Whcnc'r I ro.im nlmi.id, nt home He lingers by mv side ; Vet rome ulr.it will, I'm single still 1 with lie would decide ! 1 llirnw nut many hitils, miiinn, I Fpenk of oilier beaux ; I talk about domestic life, And sing "Tbey don't piopoe." But "li ! Iiowviiii i'.kIi pinom Hiuin, Hie unrrin2 lieart to guide ; Do uli.it I ill. I'm single still I wish lie would decide ! I really shall in'ist, mama, If nothing intervenes, "My brother Thomas questions him, And nk hi...

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. — 23 December 1836

FRIDAY M O UN I N (5, lECi:Mlnn 23. i s . 1 Mr. Wiri:. Tlit talented nnd featle.-s champion of the people, anil scourge to t ho minimis of corruption, seems to linvo re turned to the combat with renewed zeal stli energy.. Ho has again taken up tlio tibjpct of Executive abuses", ntul has ad ministered to "tin!" party a flagellation fur which they were evidently hut illy prepared. When the President'! message enme up for reference to the npproprintc cnmmiltcos, Mr. 'Wise moved to refer Ihnt port inn of it which relates to the management of the 'Deportment, to n (-elect committee, rtn powered to send for persona and papers and proceeded to address the Ilnuso in n ipeoch of nbout nn linur, in which he '"held the mirror up to nature" in a way to how vice it? deformity, and mnl;u it a can. tion to those who shall hereafter undci tnkc to certify corruption. Wc can give but an extract or two. He commences by n It i ri jr who and what ha? Andrew Jackson been ? In answering this question ho g...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 December 1836

members of such asociatinu nuy agree upon, and itinll have perpetual siicces-inn, anil they and llii'ir Kiicc'-vors may hold such real and personal properly, rights nud interest--, as ihcy may hrcaliiT acquire by purchase, gift nr nlln-rwise. mid niav alien, sell nnd transfer the. same iiPCnriliiig In law, n they nmy deem propr;r Pj: llio ben efil nfsnul as. octillion. Stc. 2. That nil nnciatinn, formed under tin net , shall forever hereafter bo capable in law to mio nnd tit sued, implead and be impleaded. anwer and defend in all courts nflow and equity, nnd shall enjoy all pilVltcg"."" incident tn corporal inm of similar clunacter, may appoint all such officers as they may deem pmpur,--nisy rsgulale. tl'cir election and designate their duties and authority, mny iwikclhciruwn by-la tvs ami regulation, and oil or I lie rami! at llin will nnd pleasure nf n nininrlly. Provided, The by laws nnd regu'atinus of ('aid cnrpuralimis t 1 1 ;i 1 1 nut bu repugnant to Hie c"in-tituiion mill law...

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. — 23 December 1836

SALT. 7000 bushels Solar Salt 000 do Steam do 4000 do Turks Icland do 700 Barrels Fino do 300 do Coarso do 100 Sicks Dairp do by J. & J. II. PECK & Co- Tin Plates, &c. ONE hundred boxen tin plates 1-3 X and extra sizes. One hundred boxes Canada Plates. Forty bdls Eng. and Am. Sheet Iron, aborted. '1'un do. Russia sheet do. Fifty lo iron wire, assorted nos. Sheet coppcr.V.inc, tin'd and black rivets, copper rivets, etc. by Nov. 51. T F &. V L STRONG. "JUST PUBLISHED, PRACTICAL FORMS, with notes and rercrcnccs explanatory of tho law gov erning tho case to which thoy aro applicable, being a convciiiciit Manual for Altornics, conveyancers, men of business, Judges and Registers of l'robatc, Executors and Adinin istrators,SlicriH's, town Officers and Justices of tho Peace j second edition, carefully revised mid corrected, with many additions, l!y Asa Aikcns Esq. of Windsor, and for sale by VERNON HARRINGTON. Burlington. L'nllcmi St.. Nov. 2,. tf Very large Umbrellas. 34 an...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 December 1836

NOT THE GLORY OF C A3 S A It ; BIT THE WEI. FA HE OF HOME. BY H. II. STACY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1836. VOL. X No. 497 RE- PORT. Of ihia document, transmitted to both houses of Congress" on the first day of the session, wo have thought our rcoocrs wnuiu not bo dissatisfied with nn abridged oc- pnnni tuliinli we Imve orrongcd under Us several natural divisions as follows i nr.cEiPTs Ann ExrENDlTUn.ES for I83G The balance in the Treasury on the first nf Jnnnnrv Inst was i26.749,R03. The receinlH fur 1836 lire estimated at 447,691,- ftnn. of which the rceeinls for customs for the three first quarters have been $I7.523,. 151, am! the receipts from lands $20,040, 029. The expenditures for 1836 are as cerlained and estimated at g31, -135.032, of which tho payments for the military Bcrvice(including fortifications) during the "throe first qarters, have amounted to J13, '010,061. Deducting the expenditures of the year -'ascertained and probable, from the receipts tho balance which will bo in...

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. — 30 December 1836

FRIDAY M O It IN I N (?, ItlXI'.tinnn 10 VEnMo.vr 1 1 i v ulicn have the pu' pin oftliis state turn reproached by tin1 office-holders, it rather I ho cilTico snkir. for llioir "mulish" opposition tn lliu nit. mtnistralinri how often loo havo lliov bi'cn "nlficially" admonished that by per tistiug in their opposition they ca-t I In in selves without llio pah1 nf government "la ofi;"nnil who linn forgotten llio mntly tiioiiriifu I lamentations 1 lint l liesc jealous guardiat s of tho roiintrys honor hnvc utlrrrd ever tin consequent "luf-t cliarnc Icr nl'lho stale " llul how stamli llio ac count now? Flow much have wo lot-t Puvort! wo asked nnno jtistiie, wo dc mnn'dcd. ' Spoils,1' wo coveted not. ex c"pt such ns came by industry anil an oon-c-l calling. Anil "chr.iaclcr" let thcntiin. ion uf the world answer. Hot have wo tint gainrd, that which to the patriot's heart is above all price, the nhiilin; satisfaction (if 'knowing 1 li a t wo have faithfully supported what was right because...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 December 1836

ffme. I hat I was by choice' ifm 1 fMU.4lf.sf P(ii nfl In- fiat.-, mtihlnVW- s,t- W" .w'MI lnr ihe nluiMI n'.Vnl"M 1,9 JW., . M Dial I hud In hi'a'n'H PP'!W..- Iliis bli'.KMiir, iI,!,m , I'm 'i'i'iV""' "y Bill! enl.l iitotinrcli )' on lllf! urn nev. r foli. Husbandmen, sow Mm li'.t'd T ifiWMicifun In vi'iiiT hiiu'ii ninl llti(lHci' miuil, It Will grnW up nllil biif fflllli llluogh llie driving sdurni sent lif llio lilnsriiius nf fpriuir. itr tiniiilit.'ly Ifi'Slrt nvcrtnkc ihu ImpM of mitiiinn.--Planl Ihi' gem nl mn'h in tin! infuiil tin dcrsinuditig of yntif Rhlliltcn tFavo. Fluid fuifo (In nny lliing lull steal, in nrilor In millrlrli that growth nml il is lilllc. no thing In cny ilini It will fl mi rih when vnnr pmvi' .lniiifi, eniiiihiril inm duli shrill 'mm pic wlih llii! tltui limy cnvi'ii'il "li. will fl uirljli When lliiil nvef arching heaven liall have passed n'w'n.V like n c f l I . ntul tlio i to r ii n I eun Which brigl.tcm'it, shall eel in blood !" pEFTMTtt I.M'iin.MA'l...

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. — 30 December 1836

R. FITZGERALD. TS now opening liis winter clock ofgoods JL but being- too hoarse to "sing a long song" he simply says to all lhoso who with to pur chaso JEWELRY, without being Jewed, WATCHES, which need watching, CLOCKS, ofnne who is iilivnjs in ffmf, FANCY GOODS, ofn f.incifnl trader. UAItD WARE, on fast terms. I.ookino Glass es of one who fairs louse Ihcm Musical Instruments, of one who Is often out of tune, Willow Baskets, of one who basks in l lie shades of advertily, Dry GouUS, ofouc who docs 11 dm Intfincsg; Shaving apparatus, without being shaved, Combs, without having llio combed over their evei". PocKETMooKsofonc who has little me fur them Rifles & Fotvuito Guns, of u sharp shooter Canes, or one who docs not rnic Cain, BnnsHF.S & DusTEns.one who is cer ready to 'brum the dust into Ins out) change box, And Many other articles ofn innnof few word". nr?Jut mil nt tho Green Store, east side of CAurcA Street. Burlington, Nov. 17, 1030 SALT. 7000 bushels Solar Salt S00O d...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 January 1837

D NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAR; HUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1837. VOL. X No. 498 BY Iff. B. STACT. 'From die American Monthly Magazine. ALIOS VERB. "Young bride. 'No keener dreg sliallquivcr on (liy lip 'Till the laft ice cup comcili." 1t Mutionary Bride, The lending circuinstnnccs of I ho follow, ing narrative tnny possibly bo known In inoro thnn ono of our renders. But if nntv recognized notwithstanding tlic nllered .guise in which they nro hero given, we 'trust thnl they nro still so presented to the public ns to intringc upon no feeling of domestic privacv. In the Bprmg'of in , the Rev. Mr. T5 of , in Connecticut, received n letter from his old friend nn d college chiini, the Rev. L T, who had been for some time established ns o Missionary in one of iho islands in the Pacific, soliciting the fulfilment on the part of his friend of a tnnsi delicate and peculiar office for him.. Tin rcqiut of T . who having boon long isolated from 1 1 -orM. had arrived at tin; age of fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 January 1837

1 An net, In addition 10 nn net cnihlcd, "an nci di-1 liorcQl'lor, lo nuilit the accounts: of the bank ' .1... ..rl,.. l..... f !., .! u in nra f I ll.l utnlli nf Vpr rtllllll . mill mid .Vicu President of ilie United .Slnics IT u hereby enacted, ns lollnws : The Clerk oft'ho House of Itepresentalivos is hereby required anil directed to provide a box for receiving t ho ballots of the vo ters for tho elector of President nnd Vice President of the United Stales, hereinafter specified, at the court houso in Montpclior, on t ho second Tuesday ol'Novctnbcr in the year one thousand eight hundred nnd thirty six, and shall open the same to receive the said ballots at niic o'clock in tho pficrnnon of said day, and close tho samo at three o'clock afternoon. Sec. 2. Tho said clerk stiall at the time and place aforesaid, receive the bal lots of the governor, lieutenant governor, lecrotaty of civil and military affairs, slate treasurer, secretary or Male, auditor of ac counts against thu state, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 January 1837

on the part of some Solution! srnllcinrii In either limue nf Comics, In pninne llie icvnunilinn of 'IVx.tn indepeiilfiire; nnil peihips 1 lie ndinisiotl of llmt .StuIR in ilic Union, (lining ihiii tendon. ll id i-pilnlii lli.il, nolulilisliinilhij; l ho tennr nf llie Ktndalian Mpnii mi IVxnti iifT.ilis, iccenily eiH In Conpcis by Andrew Jackson, Jr., rn from Andrew Jnt k'on. Sen., thu pnuci ili.il be, mid ttie powers llmt lire in lip, ore mil nifw In theme cess of Texas in licr c!c iniitttN upon ilic I Jiiilrd Stales : nnil ii li nlo certain, ili.it Mr Vim lluieii, wtiiilct or limy lie I tin (jeiiem! eirnMinciinii of liU general silence mi this inpic, luu cxpir'-ed lmnelf in 10 run f.ivoriibtu In llie formal ion ol'lhU opinion. Ad in llie upshot ofllio iniiller, I mil now only rpeiiking ol'ccrlniiuics, unit cm only mid that H iii ccrlnio ii great dibit will lie m.ulo lo biing nil these imillrmdiniil. ' It isrertiiin lliiit llie Surplus Revenue, remaining in the Tieiisiiry in January...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 January 1837

TUB PAINTER'S AND COLOR MAN'S completo GUIDE : being n -practical and theoretical treatise on I lie preparation of Colors, and their application to tho different, kinds or Painting ; in which is particularly described tho whole nrt of House Painting : by C. F. Tingry, Professor of Cheiniatry, Natural History find mineralogy) in the Acad, of Geneva. For sal by V. HARRINGTON. Dec. 10. 1830. Japanese Lotion, fyO remove freckles, pimples, and all eruptions of tho skin, and for tho cure of chapped hands, faces, &c. for salo at the Variety Snop. Oct. 26. I'ANononN &. Biunsmaw. MUSIC Tho Boston Academy's col lection of CHORUSES; being o selection from tho works of the most emi nent composers, as Handel, Haydn, Mozart Beethoven, and others ; together with several new and beautiful pieces by Gcr man authors, adapted to English words expressly for this work. The whole ar ranged with an accompaniment for the Piano Porto or Organ. Tor solo bv Dec. IC. V. HARRINGTON. PRESENTS FOR CHRISTM...

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