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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 March 1842

35n tfrts 3$qrr are pn&lfehclr tfitr Utftlfc rtfcrs, Xtasolutfons. Statos, $ti&Kc Ereattes, Banftruvt ottccs 23te. of tlic ZXnittt Statcs, iJ &utIiortt. H. BEL.L) Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT. MARCH 8, 1842. VOL. VINO. 44. IS TUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MOENIXG AT NORTH END OF T1IE BBIDGE, BV J. COBB JR. by whom all ordcrs for printing, Books, Pa m phlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvery dcscription willbeneatly and fashionably executed, at hort noticc. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Villasesubscribers, Mailsubscribers, Individuals and Companics who lake at tbe odicc, or 1,50 ccnts if paid In six months. Companics on stage routes or 1,50 il paid in six monUis. Those who take of Poatriders, Companics and individuals off tlic ronte or 1.50. if nald in six months. S2.00 5.00 S1.75, 81,7 82,00 1,75 ffopapersdiscontinucduntilarrearascsarcpaid, exccpt at thc optinn of the proprietor. No paymcnts to Carriersallowed cx- ceptordered by the ptoprietor. All communications muslbe add...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 March 1842

dtr.bythe glut, tff tlifle in the cradle thoso rising Alanufactures in the United States whicli the war had forced lnto existcncc contrary to the nataral course of things." Hcre is disclosed the policy of thc British iiKtnnfaclurcs, and ofthe Brilish Govcrnmont. TJio '-natural course of things" had been dis lurbtd by thc war, iiisomuch that, to a greai and unusual e.xtent, American wants had come lo be supplied by American skill and industry! This stato of things must not be sufieied to coiitinuc ; and thcrefore it was deemed "well ,-wor.h whilc to incur n loss upon the first -ex 4ortations, in order, by the glut, lo stifle in tho j Cradle the nsing manulactur.es ot tbe United States" that is, to "restore things to their nntural slate," by bringing back the United States to their depcndcnco upon a forcign Power! The policy of 1815 -is thc policy now ; and what has been, may acain be, its rcsult. It is n policy against which it is niadness in the Congress of the United States not to ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 March 1842

any Preacher to pcrmh colored persons togive testimony against white persons in any state where thev are denied that privilesc in tnals at Law." ' . - i 3d. Rosolved, That we cannot invite slave holding ministers to our pulpiw i slave eommunion tauie. 4th. Resolved. Thai we highly approve of the formation of the miss.onary society at Lowell, Mass. and ihat we reccommend it to tho friends of missions. aa an appropnate channel or tlielr cliarities. 5h. Resolved, That Iheso resolutioni be signed by the Chairman and sccretary of this meeting and forwarded to tho New York Watchman, Vermont Tclcgrapli, and the Pcoplo's Press, for publication, A. C. HAND, Chairman, AREM M. GOODRICH, Sccretary. Ocr Paper. By arrangemcnts with Mr. Maxham, hc ceases to be connectcd with our press ; and Mr. Cobb becomcs tho Publisher. Mr. Cobb will ahvays be attentivc to his busi ncss, and will pcrform Jobs in tho most tastc- fnl manncr.f and at short noticc. We shall cmbrace the first opportunity to furnish h...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 March 1842

S70ULDiuform l.is cusKmiers and the imblic, that lie iias J just received Iiis ' out of which he will mar.ufacture, and keep constanllv on baud, or make to order, on short nouce, lle fuHo'.vin!r arlicles, viz : Saddles, Bridles, Martingals,Carpet-lr.gs and Vx- luea. brass and copper nmeis; rru ..." - folio, bag-top and common ptam 1 KUft 14.30 rarious descriptions ; eommoa, plaui, double and siinlc japaned, tinned, brass and s:l-v.r-mnunled H.1R.VESSES ; Curled Hair; India rubber Cloih ; I'alcnt Lcalher; opcn, polished and rouad Ji E L L Neal-fool Oil; Curry Cowios, Horse Cards and Brushes ; and a K d assorlmenl of H'hips and Lashes. He w.iuld aWo inform the Saddle and Harness MaUrsin ttsis vicinity, he has just received a good asonment of Saddlery? Habd-ware, Uoach-lacb and all kindsnt onmosre iniwuj,, tm it'illcoll i.in fnr rnsh.. Genllemen wishing to purchase any of ihe fiK.ttro nimoit nrtifloc will nlinci lill nt llIS Old stand lstdoor north of the Courl House, and -...! 1 i: r-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 March 1842

A lltii(lil n tlifs Saper are ?uliltslirt tlie jtaWfc rttcrs, 3Us;59luttonj3, 31afos, i3u6Uc Srratics, Banftntpt Jiotfccs Etc. ot tltc toftrti States, 2Jn Slutnortto. H. BEL-L) Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT. MARCH 15, 1842. VOL. VI--NO. 45. IS I'UBLISUED EVER1 TUESDAY JIOENIXG AT NORTH EXD OF TIIE HHIDCE, BY J. C 0 B B JR. by whom all ordcrs for printing, Books, Pam phicts, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvcry description will be ncally and fashionably exccutcd, at sbort notice. TERMS OF THK SIXTH VOLUME. Villagesubscriucrs, JUailsubscritiers $2,00 Iudlvidualsand Companics whotakeattlieonlce. S1.75 ,00 or 1,33 centsifpaidln six moutlis. (Jomjianics on stage routes, $1,75 or 1.50 il pald in ix months. Thaae who lake of rojtriders, .... $2,00 Corapmlcs and indiriduals ou Uic routc 1,75 or 1.53, If paid insix moutlis. No papers discoiitiimed until arrcaragcs are pald, cxccpl at tlie optioa of tlie proprietor. No paymentsto Carriersallowedex. cept ordered bj the rl opriclor. A.II comii...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 March 1842

ets? Chango the 701,000 manufacturers and artisans, with Iheir dependcnto, from consum ers, to producers, of tho the moans of substst cnce, and who can compute the rcduction in the value ofagricultural products, and of the lands which Droduco thcm7 And then, too. there are the vast number of persons cngaged, in varlous ways, in tho ex changes that arc perpcttially going on between tho manufactures on tho one hand. and the producers of tho raw materials and tho means of subsistenci on the olher. These, too, should be added to the 761,000 who, wo aro told, are alone bcnefited, at tho expcnse of the community. It is thus that, in the languago of President Adams, 'the planter and the mcrchant, and the husbandman. are found thriving in iheir occu. patinns, under the dulies imposed forthc pro tection of domestic manfactures.' But 1 must forbearcorament, und hastenon; though l can hardly do it without invoking vour attention, as I pass, lo the argument "which Mr. Adams draws from tho 'help...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 March 1842

TEMPERANCE. The legislature of Pennsylvania attend a Temperance convention. 10,000 names havo been obtained to the te total pledge ih Cincinnali, Above 3,000 in Newport, R. I. 69,000 had joined the Washington sociely between Feb. 1841, and Oct. 4. A very Iarge number of them onco inebriates. Mr. Hyde, of Hartford X Y. a reformed inebriato, commcnccd Jccturing in Troy, last Nov. and has witncssed tho signaturo of over 13.000 names slnco that time. He lectured in Shoreham tn the 4th irtst. lo a large audi- pnre! and obtained ovcr 100 names, sotne of them tnes of much influence in town. The day previous Esq. Everest and Es-Gov Jeni. eoa signed the pleilge, and the young men forrrrcd a societj", and thus not only the bal ance of number J, but influence is on the safa sido. At Ticonderoga 300 names were added to lhe. plt'dge the first and second inst. and over 150 at Crownpoint the ncxt day. At the creat and splendid leveo eivon on theoccasion of his daughter's marriage, ths Prrsident of...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 15 March 1842

c jrOULDinform liis custnmers. and tlie public, that lie has jhusi received liis 1 WINTEU STUUli.. 1 out of which be will" mai.ufacturc, 'and heejv consfamlv on hand, or make to order, on snon nouce. iue fl!o;ving articles, viz : Saddles, BHdles, Marlwgals.Carpct-bagsand Va Ikes. brass and coppcr llinets; Frcneh and cenler, folio, bag-top and common plain I'KUNKSo tarious deserlptions ; common, plain, double and single japaned, tinned. brass and sil v.r nvmnted IMR.YESSES ; Curled flair ; India rubber Clvth ; Pa'.enl Lcalher; open, polished and round B E L L S-Jfeat'i-fbal Oil; Curry Combs, Horse Cards and BrnsSes ; and a g-.od assorimenl of JFhips and Lashcs. He would ahoinform theSaddfeand Harness Jlakers iu tliis vicinity, he has jut nceived a coad assonrnent of Saddleuy, Haiu-wahe, Ooacu-lace and all klndsof Carriae trimmms', which he will seli cbrap for cash. GenJlemt-n wishing to purchase any of the nb ive named articles, will plrase call at his old sland Isldoar north of Ihe ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 March 1842

n thfs flagtr are jmMtshrttftc ffuttfc Otttcvs, tttsolttttons. 2afos, Uuljtfc Ereattes, anferupt ottcw 33tc. of the Hntteir .States, Bn authorttfi. H. BEIiJU Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. MARCH 22, 1842. YOL. VIjTO. 46. Ii TUBLISIIED EVERV TCESDAY MOENIXG AT SOUTH EXD OF THE BBIDGE, BY J. COBB Jlt. hv , - -n -r. v whnrn nll nrHnra Fnr nrinlirT Rrtnl-c Pnm. fi rV V V """' " . " Pu s,Uu1Sl tU3, v.c.,ui uycry UC3Cnpi.o. witineneauy ana iasntonaiuy executeo, ai "" TERMS OF THE S1XTH VOLUME. Vlllifeiubierlben Mailiubicribcra, Individuali and Compsme who lake at Ibc offlce, or 1,50 cenu lf paid in tlx monilu. Companles on stage rnutr, ... or 1,50 il paid In ilx monthi. Thoie whotakeof lmriders, ... Companles and Indlviduals off the route or 1.50, if nald In ilr monthi. ji.75, 'j' NopaperiUNcontlnued untilarrearagcaare paid, cxcept at thc optlon orth proprietor. No p.iyincntlo Uartlcnnllowede!. etptordercdbythepioprletnr. Mleomnianlcation.mustbeaddresnedtotlieedltorl'oiTP-no MISCEL...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 March 1842

dustry. A jusl rcgard to our safety and our inuependence oemanas uiai mu uiuiuai uu; lt -s capacities of our country in thcso rcspects should bc dcvelopcd and improved. 1 havc spoken of wool as an important raw material. My rcraarks are npplicablo of courso m tlio raw matcrial3 connectcd with tho man ufacturc of iron, and oiher manufactures of grcat nalional importance, in rcgard lo which vc oughl lo bc imlepcn.icnt ot the world. Tlicrc is one important raw malerinl for which wc aro not depcndcnt. I tefer to cotlon. But what laid the foundation of this indopcnd ..icf? Sir. il was nrotection. By thc rcvcnue Jkw of 1739, cotton was protected by a duty of thrce ccnts a pound, which has been continueu cvcr sincc. It !s asserted that it docs not nccd it ntitr. Whcther Uiis bo truc or not, it necded il Ihen; and it is by no means cerla'm that it will not again require il. Thc cotton intcrcst grcw up under that proicction. And should not tlic growcrs of cotton bo willing to aid, by proti'C...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 March 1842

Wc wili have protection ; nnd if ihe South dis- solve tho Union from opposition to it.thc quick er they do it, lhe bettcr. We would bc tho very last to dissolve a single ligamcnt which binds these states logcthcr. But wc are bold to say, that nothing tcnds morc directly to dcstroy tho Union, than the slavcholding opposition to a tarifi which would protcct Amorican indus- Resignation or Henry Clay. Tho following lettcr of rcsignation from Mr. Clay was rcceivcd and read in the Lcgis lature of Kentucky, on tho 23d ulu Washington, Scnatc Chambor, Feb. 10, 1842 To lhe Hcmorable lhe- General Assembly of Kentucky. Whcn I last had tho honor of an appointment as"onc of thc Unitcd States Senators from Kentucky, I intimatcd in my lettcr of ncccpl ance, tho probability of my not scrving out thc the whole term of s'ix ycars. In consequencc of thorc having becn two cxtra sessions of Congrcss, I havc already atlcndcd shco that appoimnnnt, as many sessions of Congrcss as ordinarily happen during a ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 March 1842

ii lt a r 1 0 HiLLj fK70ULDinform Tns customers X V V aad t!ie iublic, that he has i liwl receivrd liis out of which hewill raaimfacture, jland keep eonstanlly Q.n liaml, or nvike to order, on short no:ice, llie ri.Ho-.vicj ailicles, SiiMes, flriiw, .Varttogals,Carpetsgsand Va- ;.. 6.CJ5 ana coppcr nncw, .-" '" " m, 6iJ5--r.-3p "d common plain ruya-aoj I tariDss descriplinns ; common, plain, doub,c cni sin"lejep.med, tinned, brass - tvr taountea H-1RJVESSES ; Curkd Hair ; Indi nibbtr Cloth ; PaUnl Leather; open, poliihed and rmtnd BELLS' .VtaCt-foct Oil; Curry Combs, orje CWs and Unui; anJ a good assortment of JVhips and Lashei. He would alo infortn ihe Saddle and IL.rness Makers in this vicinity. be has ju CIV'La ?ood a--sor.tn.-nl of Sadplert, Hard-ware, Ooacii-laoe and all kindsof Carnaze tnmmwgs, which he will sell cbt-ap for cah. , Gentlemen wishing lo purchase any ol tne r ab.ive named arliclfs, will plrase ca l at his old i stand lstdoor north of the Court Jhuse, and examinc ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 March 1842

Mebttrg p&fk' n tlu's JJaper are pu&Ushett thc Duttfc r&crs, Xtraolutfoius, Satos, Uubltc Ercattni, iJnnftrupt Slot.ccs Stc. of thc SJm'trtr States, 13d Slutliorftg. TT. BEJj-L) Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. MARCH 29, 1842. VO.L. VI NO. 47. Jtlw Iier part, did as Lagauclicrie. Shc talked much of the splcndid asscmblagc at Bayonne; ofthe feslival which would there takc place ; of Ihe celcbratcd men Ihat Henry would see there. What could Henry answcr ? He could not lhink of reraaining alone at Nerac. How could he say. why the interview at the fountain. of uarenno was far more lufiuitely dear to him, Ihan the royal asscmblagc at Bayonne? THE DEPARTUEE. With the evcning star in the sky, the young Prince stood at the fountain in the garden. Florelta glided by. When he announccd to most dissolvcd with gnci. Who could paint her dispair ; or describe what Henry sufTered 1 In closc enibracc, they wept,mourned and con- tnn?rsdisctrn:inueduntilarrearagC9arepaid, cxceptat Ih...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 March 1842

,:.ther purified, by firc, onil fiUed for ihc lioly :atc oJ llie rightcous, who cloiie are !o inhab ti it jhereafier and ihis he understands to be ir millcnium stnte, nol a chango of society I n prcstnt ordur, according (o populuf Jielief. ''itiii ho calls n "Mahomeinn 1'nradiso." nnd considcrs the opinion not founded in tlio Jiiblc, llerald. From lhe Boston Jltlas. BRITISH POLICY Siull Ameeica r.vj;n be thcly I.nbcpend , j.;-. ICetcr,' said iho cloquent MarshaII,'so as our uivn. labor and our own industrv snTlrft unprotccied nover, so long ns it i.' ' e dnrling olject of our own Govornincr.t lo ijiisii down tho enterprise of tliosa it should t rrircl and foilcr.' Thctruih of this is most I ninfully brmight liome lo the lieart of every Air.r-ric'an bosom, tbat pulsates with truc A- crican fci'ling?, by the jTtscnt disas'rous onditwn oi hi? co'Jntry. nTidits gloomy pros pi cls for the futuie. rr-rfdored cven moro glooin v bv lhe intciligcr.ee just rcceivcd from Eu iopp. Wliile our ow...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 March 1842

ny South, wherc the Norlhern man willi Sou'.h eru principles is now endeavoring to rccnvi gorato his ancient alliancc with Ntillificrs and Slaveholdors. CONGIUiSS. Cnrrcpponder.ee ofthc New York Express. Wauxctos, March 17. The Loan Diil has been the order oftho day in tho House of Rcpreseniative, and hour af. lcr hour run on in a inost idlc and profiilfss discussion np tl.c 'state of parltes,1 t!e opin ion of ibe Prcsidenl,' Mho Corpornl's guard,' Genernl iiar.-ison,5 'the Commiaec on Manu fasinrcs,' 'ihe biils vctoed by thc PresideM,' ihe Public Press,' 'the pcculiar fricr.ds of the Admtnistrat:on,s 'the ImbcciHty of tho Admin istra'ion,' 'Mr. Van Buren,' -General Graham' 'Prcsident Tvlcr,' 'Jcsse Milli r,' -ihe respon- tho stump, of an idlc :-ver,ing prcccdint; a oI- j iticiil campaign, but !o the subicct under con- i sideration. it was as forcign as one subiect to another. ISine t-ntbs of ilie debate would Iiavn answernd for any subject. ind just as wrll upon a bill csiablishing...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 March 1842

C. HILL, TrJSJOULDinforni his custuraers TT and the lublic, that he has just received fiis WINTER. STOCK, cutorwhich hewill raanufacture, and keep conitanily on haud, or make to order, on sbort nolice, tne fl!oiviD!r articles, viz : Faddies, Bridles, lices. brass andcopper nna'f""Zv" folio, bag-lop and eommon plain V . " ? ' various descriptwns-; eommon, plain, Oouwt andsinle japancd, tinned, brass and sil ver vmmled H.1RJVESSES ; Curled Hair; India rubber Clolh; Palent Lealher; open, poliihed and round B E L l ' JVeat't-foot Oilr Curry Combs, Horse Cards and Brushes ; and a 'iod assorlment of Whips and Lashes. He wnuld alsoinform the S.ddl. :and H-rne Makers in tliis vicinity. he has J"'",, good assonment of Saddlebt, Uoacu-lace and a!I kindsof Carmge tnmmings, which he will sell cheap for cash. Gentlemen wishing to purchase any ol ibe almve named articles, will please call ot Ji old sland lstdoor north of the Court Hou,j examine Goods and Prices for themselves. JEfREPAIRS dune on ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 5 April 1842

foMelmr n thfs ?3a?rr nre jm&ltslieti the 33uWtc rlrcrs, iXtsoIutfons, 2afo3, 13uulfc Srrertttes, UanfentiJt 2ottccs Etc. of tlie Itfm'trti States, 2Ji Sttttliorftn. H. BELi-L) Editor aml Propriefor. MIDDLEBURY VT. AI'EIL 5, 1842. VOL. VI--NO. 48. ia PrnLisncD everv tcesday :iocmsc at OETII DND OF TIIE BEIDCE, UY J. C O B B JR. by whom all ordcrs for printing, Books, Pam 'phlels, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvery description -will bo neatly and fashionab'.y cxecutcd, at short noticc. TER.M3 OF THE SIXTH YOLU.ME Villff!'ibjerlber, I.Tilsab-icrlhcrs, Jt liviiliialJnd Comjianiss whn lake atlhco.Ticr, or 1.53 cc'iMifpafd in six monlhs. O.Tnpaniei on stage routrs, .... nr 1,50 il pnidiaalxmnntlis. T.ii3? w'l itakof Pnrlti-r9, Unnpml'smil In.livMiiats nlTtlie route " nr 1.53, If iiiid In ii mnnlhs. $2,0P 5.00 Sl,7i, 31,75 S2.no l!-5 NopntiM ihen-itintirut tintil.lrrcarara are paid, rxcerjl at tlte j iim of tli- nrnpriclor. Nn nartncntito C'arrierFallciwcdex. ! ceptorderM by Ihe pmprfetnr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 5 April 1842

and the tncn who could tnovc wcre got on shcre. But 'he lalcisypf unlold ; tho boat was now cntircly cnvch pcd in t!ic flamcs ; from Etem lo sicrn it wns one mighty massof liiiii drcad clenient. And bcfore mir cycs, m tha nbyss of flame, tlierc were not less than ten or twelvc ofour fellow bcings hurning iii'o" cinders I saw bcfore me thrcc of thcni bur-nin"- in Iho brightest flamcs one of tlicm ap parently in a silting position. Thcgrnans, the sickcning cries of othcrs conldbc hoard, who could not bescen,and ve could ret.derlhein nn nssistanco whatevcr, From thc momrnt of ex plosion unlil she was burnt down to the war cr's cdgc, not morc tban twenty minutc elapsed. Fifleen pcrsons wcre killed and severely wounded N. Y. Tribune. SUMMARY. Clay's Speecii Upon his rrsolulinrs i. oneof his bcst prif"nr.ii.ces. Ile go-s fu rctrpnchnipnr, which has bcen commcnced ati(! carrieil nul in mnnv inslancrs. Ile riopn-e to fnN'jaiinu.illy 26 millions by n Tariflf - 22 for Ihc i-xpeii-cs nf GcHcrn...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 5 April 1842

Tms PEorLE's Prxss. AU who lnvc Pus ed lhe People's Prcsi for the last vear, know lhe advar.cemcnt which it has n"de "' what coustitutcs a good counlry polit.c.il pnpcr By or vigorous and unrcrr.ii.rd efT,.r for Ihe i r rmcJcrs. At Ihe same .1,.. nnnrnh:llinn 01 OUf rcaui.ia. time. we are fuilysensib'e the amount of muitcrinil.ePp!,,. WuRli double what it formwiy as. is nol quitc satisfactory. After this vombor. we shalt cndcavcr, gencral. Ii- tn rrHC Om ; CUIUlIlll lliuiv, unu, siiihiik ! oiie column'more, anu, snoiiM cir. , currsiajusuiy, may cnlargc the papcr t ii..0 end ofthe ycar, 111 which case, we hope nur patrons will be widing to add a little tu ihe prjc(1 r r r v - , f jj,.. Censure of Ir. Giddnies m the tiousr . ii r ' i . j -.. ,.,. All lhe crmont mcmbors vaicJH rrsnluimns of censure -nc I r Sl u, v.h M,1S ab,.;ntnnd.s.ek. JJc pubhsl . ine ni:el :"'liccr L'.nn-.-siii; iiia ii--iii ui ii i-'n. m iu.vi.vwil r, i ai ll... n'riffiiiii"f III 1 1 it: i iuuw 111 i.lijiuiiii . l...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 5 April 1842

f Bass Viols. 7KTEW French Bass Viols, of supcrior qual J3a lty and toBc.-'lately reccived and now :-jc sale by M. MANN, at his residencc, sec ond house north of the jail m Middlebury. A'so Violins, Bass Viol and iolin Bows and .-trings, Trornbones, Bass Horns, French Horns, Accordions, arid Instruction Books for ail Ihc above instrunientd ; Piauo orto aaa, ."JiKlary BandJlusic. . -, , Insfruetion given lo Bands and individuals, and Piano For.es repaired, btrung, tuncd, &c. J Middlebury, Vt., Jan. 11, 1842. 36 TMVE HUNPRED Lbs. of Glover sccd. -- 5U Busbels Hcrd's Grass sccd 23 Rcd Top scej. For sale by A. & W. S. Johnson. Middlebury, Jan. 1S42. House, Carriage and Sign PilNTING. BY T. MOODY & J. Me'DONALD. (.Shr.p at tlio nottli cnd of tlie bridge, over i:. .Uoody'a Drug Store.) LLi ordirs in llic'r liae of busincss will be exc - cntrd with dispalch, in a workmanlike icanner and on lhe most reasorablo tirmg. PAPER HANGING and GLAZ1NG to ordcr. ETCHAIRS cinstanlly for sa...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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