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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 13 November 1844

H-v BELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF NINTII VOLUME. Village sobscribert, $ 2 00 2,00 laJividuals and Corap.mie who take at the offia l'75or l au cems upaiu in six monuu. rim'c who take of Poslridera . . .$2 I.OO If not paid at llieend of the year 2, 25 n.n.ra A I ccnn 1 1 n iuil ilnfit arrMRlVM RlC paid except atthe option oflhe proprietor. No paymei-t : if 1 . h v I h r nroDne- IV Wfncisaiiuwcu i;alchviuv. - j . lor. All commnnicationsmuttbe iddressed totne eed tor Post Paid. 3IISCELLANE0US. From the Knickerboclter. A LEGAL BALLAD. BV JOHN G. S1XC. An attorney was "taking a turn," In shabby habiliments drest; coat was shockingly worn, And the rust had invested his vest. Ilis breeches had sufTered a breach, His Hnen and worsted were worse; He had scarce a whole crown in his hat, And not half-a-croven in his purse. And thus as he wandered along, A careless and comfortless elf, He sought forrelief in a cong, Or complainingly talked to himself: "Most unfortunate man that I am, My ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 13 November 1844

STATE 07 VERMONT. A PEOCLAMATIOI, EY TIJB GOVEIUNOR. The htnnage of a grateful confiding lreirt, is duc ln God from ctcry creaturo iiider heaven. Ue is creat nud good, uisn and hclv. iusl aiid Iruc All His Tnrks nraisc Him. Ther proehim His nislnm r.nd His power; while a seuse of :'-s gooduess isimprcssed on the lieartof ni iii, by every onjeci wnicn mecis ws rcs, or ministers to his wanti, in tho cre- .'lum which sarroimds him. .Aud thtyim pressiosi is deepened, when ho considers Uis own mental and moral constituticm his capacity of knowing God, of delight jng in IVit perfections, of reluhing the bcautiful and Bublimc of His works, of m-rcriviujitbeexcelleucy ofHis truth, tho jlory ofHis justice.and theriches cf Ili j rcvealed mercy to man. j To tbcse m'utives of gratitude which, prcss upon every individual hea.t, there t are euparadded thoso which demand an ccknowlcdgemcnt ofGod's goodness from u as a community. He has fivored us .ith a government, founded cn the great truth, that...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 13 November 1844

All liaij Mey-Jrsey! This State hs rccorrftd iti vote jor Clay &. rrelinghuyseu with . slight decreasYon thtS Ftaic vote in Oct. Maj. probably 1,200. Thc linve electcd 4 Congreesmcn. Tue Loco 1. Last yfear -1 Locos, 1 "Whhj. CONNECTICUT ALL WHIG. The Clay clcctors Imve been clected by a nisjority ofabuut. 3,300. RHODE-ISLAKDjTHE BANNER STATE! Clay's majority in thousaud! tbii) State is about tbree 0. JL All for Clay ! This State goes for Clay by an iucreassd voteovcrthe Stato Ticktt. Trobably 5,000 "Saeylaud. Clay's majority in Maryland is about 2.5C0, a great gain on tlie State election. Yirginia. FAVORABLE SO FAR. The Journal of Commerce which is good authority for the whigs.says wc liear from Baltimore that news has been re ceived by Tclcgraph, that 10 counties iu Virginia hnd give a whij; gain of G20, over tlie vote of the same counties in'40. This varies a little from the Tribunc's account which gives 15 counties referrcd to aud makcs out the whig gain 590. The Prospscts be...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 13 November 1844

ITISAIACT!! 0 Bilgej s now recciving tlic richest, feest, and cbeapest stock of StapleandFancy DRY GOOI3S, ho has cver oilered in this market for casll onbr Sept. .18, 1844. -M. NEW GOODS. ZBECKWrTU & CO. would lnvrtc . all their ncigbbors and frieuds to at-. tend ibe exlctuWe sale rlch, rare, and Fashionable New Goods, goiog oo at tl.e Okl Stand. Tbey do not euns.d ,r ii oecSsary tospin a tons j-nrn. butwould simply that if peiple antto geta little bctter art.cleat a lower price than they cin hojr alhcre-tbey aWj'',a,Swil CO. 1 FALL GOODS- . TIIE stibscribcrs arcrecehing inaddition totlicir pring Mock, a large aswvtment of dcsirable 15 7tn GooDs,viz: . Alpnccas, alpinw, Indmna and Orleans cloths, lunette Cape nnd M. DeLaincs, Cashmere De CoSse.AflghansaUns, Auicr Jcan and Scotch Gingham, Tartan plaid &c. - M.DeLaioe Cashmeic and High and shawls, alpacca nprons, broad cloths, uea ver and pilot cloths, casfimere and sntinett at all prices, brown and bleached cottons very Iow,...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 20 November 1844

H. BELL, ! EDITOR ANU PROPRIETOR. TERMS oT MNTll VOLUME. ! Fillage snboribT 62 00 1 Mil nrcriler 2 00 , l.dWHmli and Comp.iie who lake at the offiec , T75 or 1 30 cents paia in six moniiit. nioe wlm uke of Poslndcn . . .82,00 If not paid at t!i5end of the year 2, 25 k. -,r,.r iliicontinunl until arrearazes are panl icaiit atthe ontionoftbe proprietor. So paymei t j m Crriert allowed xccpt ordered bj tlic propric AU c(nm-inlatiom..tbe addrewed tollieed tnr Vosr Paid JIISCELLANEOUS. ONE THAT'S FAR AWAY. Whtn brtathinj iepliyrwakt the rpring, And ttreami bejin la flow, And bird andbulterBiei take wing, AnJ budi and bloiiomi grow; I feel the joy ihatotheri fee), I blesa the opening May; Dut oft unbidden teari will cpring Fnr One that' fir away. When umoier batliei Uie ikie in light, And ninbeanM rlaip the hills, And eery vale. with HowereU bright, An iocene sweetdhtib; 1 uketbatbeauty to myheart Which "jtEvm cas BETBaT" Dut ftill ray spirit xnourn apart For One thit'i far away. When lig...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 20 November 1844

counihrj,.ulirryotrcair cfig. im thc r.v.l mail iu sinnmer, arnl livc in thc Woi k It.iurc J- vvinter, fnr notliitij nt al, and no riiitto pay. fiir Americans bavcgota great ugly rall the TarilT. but! l'tlll ' M-- Mil.-p. llnt's wh.it I calls cfnr n-r. it . - T. i what it is, U puzzlw thc Iikes o i:.cr to c.i AmlMt both of ,thi3 cily jr. They say it 3 a grcat fcncc across l jc . gtate , We . now .rborr, and all 'round America, to kjM Ule ecc,ion is cver, to speafc dispassion ,tr . vcrui.W ihe Yankces can "aKC . . . . . . u e wish to ap- Ihtnsifdvcj. bo vou bee.aiicii.iLi, " to the leadcr3 f each and every par-,,k..-S thc Aniwieaiw have a.I thc.r oivn . il)stth;sintmslroU!!al)U!;cofNatura! wnrk l do, atid, what iMv. r.-t .1 lhat lhe remc(v, if onc exists.may makw V:b Iivc in t.ieir natc Iimihs-. and jojqu men morally and legal sear their gocd clothes, and .-wc tiieir ' U,C( t0 bccomc c;tizcnsof thc Uni 6.flVe and iay, and drmk their mtle anti J g ? whicl U(J mcaM lo cxer. r,,r..ti .-...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 20 November 1844

Vermont, THAT STARTHAT NEVERSETS! Tbe oJTicial couot ofthe Presidenlial votes will be made this w cek. We have not there forcspread out our rcturns cxccpt forthe pouniy f Addison. Hiit notadonbt remains llut Vermont has goue for Clay an J Frcling huysco by a Lirge increascd votc upon the pjb-rn-tiorial clection ia Sept. Altbousli nccounts ofdisastcrs iu other States werc diilyreaching us, our undismayedand Paln otic Green Mountain ISoys have stood firm in Ihcirrauksand indi5uantly aud ficrcely re pelled evcry effon to sivcrve tbem cveu a s.n gle iuch frora the basis of principle upou which tliey liave stood amidst ibc cleracuts of political strife which havciooner or latcr un scttlcd every other Slatc in ihe Union. It will bc found that tlic Abolilion votc lias de- creased vcry considerably. This cufatuatcd partv wc trust and belicre will nereradvaucc auothei stcp ia Vermont. Itsinls by the iTciglil of its own folly and madncss. The Locofocos who liave so well profited by ibeir iiid...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 20 November 1844

IT iSAPACT!! Ov BhgB, is now rccoiving the riohesty feest, and efiespest suxjk of StapleanFancy DRY GOODS, he has evcr offijred in this market fiir cash Onfe. gcpt.,18, 1841. KEW GOODS. Tr BECKWITH &. CO. woultf invHa, Lt. aH tbeir Deteirbors and fricn J to at-. triil the eateosite Vs rich, rare, aixl Fashfonab'le New Goods, iwn.gomgooatttOiaSul. Tbej do nof eooiidl r it necessarj tospinaloni yaro, but would airnpty ly tlial if peopla vanl to gel a little bettcr article at abwer price than they can bitr alchere tbcy nould ilo well to call at llie tre of Bcpt.24, 1S1L 2. Ulckwitii & Co. FALL GOOOST THE rubscrlbcrs arcreeciiing inaddition istheir txri r tork, a largc anortincnt of doirable Wm- TCR llOOIIf.Tii: A'pacras, alpincs,' Indiann anil Orleans clothi. lunelte crajfe nml M. DeLaines, Cnsbmere Dr Cosse.Affghansatins, Amcr icau nml Srotr.h Ginghams, Tartan iilaiil 4ic. M.DeLnine Cashmere aud Highlatid sfiswls, nlpacca nprons, broad clolhs, bea rer nml pilot c!oth, c.Wmicre...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 27 November 1844

H. BELL,- BDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF OTNTH VOLUME. TUUge subscribers, . . S2.00 2 00 at tlic oflire IndividuaU and Compan'" wl.o tak, $l'75orlj0 ccnts iipaia six moutlia. .$2.03 25 No napers difcontinned until arrearage are pa a rePptatl!.e opliono.the proprietor. No PJ' AlV cnmnn,cntionsroust!,e addrsed totl.eed tor Post Paid. . THE WIDO.rS CIIARGE AT HER DANGHTER'S BKIDAL. JIT MRS. I II. SIGOCHNET. Deal gently, thou, whose hand hath won The youngfcird from thcnest away, Where careless 'nealh a vernal sun She gaily carrolled day by day ; Thc haunt is lonc tlie heart must grieve, From whence her timid wing doth soar, The pensire list, a hush of eve, Yet hear her gushing song no raorc. Deal gently with hcr tliou art dear, Beyond what vcstal lips have told ; And like a lamp from fonntain clear, She turas confiding to thy fold; She, rouad thy sweet domestic bower, The vrreaths of changeless love shall twinc, Watch for thy step at vespcrhour, Ar.d blend her holicst praycs with thic...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 27 November 1844

LOUIS PHILIPPE 1 Thc visil of the King of the French to tb Quean of England lias furnished the Englishpress with material for manypar ngraphs. One of the Liverpool editors tndulges in the following philosophical temarks in relation to the Frcnch mon arch : "After alaspe of more than a qnnrter of a century, Luuis I'hillippe revisistsur ahorcs. uuder circumstances strangely tlifferent to those whieh envimned hitn in hisvouth Thirtv vears a the modern Ulysses, .vaudering from clime to clime, through dangcrs and advenlures, cvery nh. rercpulsed, ctery whcrc proscribed and east out, saw himself doonicd, in all ;.i,i r, ,h.n nf rAinr.'icad small pnnt at a distance of J00 lect, a.ioa lo the grandeur an.l dignity to whieh , howasborn. At the present moment he fees himself no longer a supplicant to ! ' esimonarchesofChristcndora.the equal stowed apon the repu ed discovery. It ofliisroyal eutcrtaincr, the high arbiter ! now appears from Cist a W cstern adver fr, ,hn liL-Pth Roman of old. tise...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 27 November 1844

VERMONT OFFICIAL. Tbevotes for Electors of Presidcnt and Vice Presidcnt werecauvassea ny me ioumy VlCe ITBKIUCt" - - - .-.. rnniri;pr nn Tnesdav last. The oierKs i.j-u.,.-.. , following table cxhibits the result, by C ottu tiei Clat. 2.527 1. C5G 1.762 1,029 392 1.872 369 435 2,070 1.192 3.534 1,60 2. G42 4.CG0 PoLK Btii.A Sc. Addison, Bennington, Caledonia, Chittenden, Essex, Franklin, Grand Isle, Lamoille, Orange, Orleans, Rutland, Washington, Windham, Windsor, 772 1,451 1,730 1,449 331 1,433 1G5 759 1,910 S33 1.578 2,035 1.703 1,843 314 175 164 390 1S 2G1 413 417 217 334 307 335 439 20,770 18,041 3,948 Scattering,30. Majority for Clay 8,729 ! Over Polk Birney and icattering, Mr. CUy's majority is 4,731. roaking a Whig gain upon the Gubernatorial vote of 3,170. According to its population Old Vermont bas given Mr. Clay the largest plurality of any Stats in tbe Union, In tba State election the voto stood for Slade, Whig, 23,205, for Kellogg, Loco, 20,930, and for Shaftcr, Abolition...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 27 November 1844

ISAFACT!! C. Birge, is now reccivmg tiie- richest, oest, and clieapest stock of Staple aIuFaIlcy l)RY GOODS, ho has cver offercd in this inarket for cash OHlV. Sopt..I8, 1844. NEW GOODS. rv BECKW1TII &. CO. would invito j. all thcir neighjjors aml frietids to at mnl llic cxlcni'nc sale rirh, nvrc, anJ Fashionable New Goods, imvvoing onat llie OldStand. They da notconsid-1 -r it nca-i-sary to spin a lon.' yarn, IhiI would rimply flt tlut if twuple wantto geta little bclter articleal Liuer nrire tnan iiwv can u . j 1.1 .1.. ....11 ,n.-.tl t .lii, stnrei.f Srpi. 2 1,1344. Z. IJkckwitii & Co. fJ8 ! SG83S. TIIE siibscribcrs arercociving iiiadi.itiontoilicir pring stock, a large afsortment of desirabk; M is- ter (inoii.,iii: A'pacras, alpitics, IndianR anil orleans eiolhs. luncttc crapc nnil M. Dolviinc.-', Ca-!imcrc D- Cos?c,Afigliansntins, Amcr-1 itatn anil Scotrh Gingham., Tartan pltwl l ni.I.ninf. naslimcic aml Hisblatid , shrtwl?, alpacra aprons, bri oail clntlis, uea- rcr am...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 4 December 1844

H. BELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS oF NINTII VOLUME. yjUage jubscribcrB, S2.00 JU'il sobacribers 2,00 odmduals and Companies who takc at the ofiice rim. who lake of Postriders . . .82.00 II not paid at tlieend of the year 2, 2S ffo ppera discontinued until arrearaRCs are paid txccpt atthe optionofthe proprictor. No pajoert to Carriers allowcd rxccptordcred bjtlieproprie- AH commanicationt muatbc addressed totheed tor Post Pais. jnSCELLAJTCOUS. From the IVislcrn Literavj Messcnger. FRIENDSIIIP AND SORROW. Br Mrs. L. II. Sigoursev. Tosjether 'ncath the carly morn Wetook ourjoyous way, Where clustering blossoms hide the thorn, And all around was gay, And now, wbeu miduigbt's wildcststorins The troubled sleeper wake, And Fear calls (orth its phantom forms, Sliall I thy side forsalie? Togcthor through the vcmal grove In musiug thought we trod, With Nature's kindling charras in lovc, Which told oursouls of God And now. wheu chilling autumn blows, And fields their flowers rcgret, Amid t...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 4 December 1844

thoprices to littla or nolhtng, to forca Wcstern power Calhoun proposed to givc up most of tho lands for little or no oonstderation to the States and Territories and Jackson vrcnt fbr the nnconditional urrcuder but Mr Claj, himself a Wes rcrii man, witlistood tbis wickcdncss; this gross injustice;this bartering away the public domains, the equal property, ac cnrding to rcpresntation of o!l the States. lle fought cianfullj thc battleof the -wnoLE cor.vrrr, (not even evccptingthc icst inttrefts of South Caridtm hrrself.) f:r tbeprctectiunofour labor and indus trv. lle hia ifcf'iEted the flace irtlirest and tha Tcxan scrip intrrest, which John Tvier was base enough to hug to his hosora and how has ho bcen rcquited 1 The two grcat States most decply intcr ?t.ted, Ime.by fraad and misreprescnta tion, uniied with foreign intlucncc and thc hvpocritical prctenders of the blave'a friend, (when thcir conduct shows they love a political party first of all) New York and Pennsylvania, havc gnne ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 4 December 1844

FromCtt Vermont Walehmm, COMMON SCIIOOLS IN VERMONT. By far tho most iraportant subject which falls uuder the gttardianship of our state gorcrnment is that ot thc education of the sons oiiq aaurrnters ot vermont. Therc are some who feel thls truth who orc thercfore aiuious for the cstablisli raent of an cfiicient, thorough an d econ omical systcm of common shool cduca' tion for the state and who liarc laDoreu fnr sucha system Such men arc to belookcd for among the ;r,.nii;nt ihn most truiv patriouc, and the best of our people: thc friends of education in thc widest extcnt anu 10 ine highest practicable degree, arc always found anrons such men. But there is a good rcason why cvjry citizen of Ver mont should give pre-cminent importance to this subject, as well as those men who havc long done so, anu always wiii uo so. As a mattsr ofeeonomu of mcrc dollars and cents of tazcs, this subject of a systcm of Education is more important than any other. Thc wages paid to mas- ters and mistres...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 4 December 1844

ITISAFACT!! C. Birgej is now recciving thc richest, best, and cheapest stock ofStaple and Fancy DRY GOODS, be has cvcr oflcred in this inarkct for casll only. Sapt-18, I8-M. NEW GOODS" ZBECKWITII &, CO. would invito . all their neighbors aml friends to at- wo.! thc cxlensive sale rich, rnre, and Fashionable New Goods, nowgoing onat ihe Old Stand. Thcy do notconsul- i..!..U vTim. lwt would simply ..ay thaiifr.coplewanttogcialmleUtter articleat nkmer prico than thcy can buy alscwhcrc Uiey ould ilu cll to call at dio stnre of ; CCpt.il, 1311. X.. n t o. FALL G090S, ! . . j . t I ! 11 II. euuscr.ucrs are recciving ui;U. pring Ftock, a large assorttncot or dcsirable V is- TtR Goods, v:z: . . Alnnprns. nlnincs. Indiana and urieaus cloths, lunette crapc and M. DcLaincs, Cashincr Cosse,Affgbansatins, Aincr icim nnd Scotch Ginghams, Tartan plaid &.z. M.DeLaine Casbinero and Highland ghawls, alpaeca aprons, liroad cloths, bca Ttr aml pilot cloths, casimcrc and satinctt nt nll prices, ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 11 December 1844

H. BELL, KDiXOK AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS "oF NIKTH VOLUME. W PUBLISUED EVERT WEnSESDAT JlOHMnO STEWART'S BUILDI.tOS, BY J. COBB Jll. Er wnoa all oRDxzts for rRixTi.ia ahe ubcriber 82,00 Mail subcriber. . 2,00 taditidaala and CompnnIe who take at tbe office Sl'75or 1'50 ccnts ifpaid insix monlbi. rhoe wbo tak of Poitriders . . .82i00 If noi paid at tlieend ofthe year 2, 25 fio papen discontinued until arrearages are paid . ..t . i-.l navmKf xcepiaune opuonoime pronneiur. r-j - to Crrierallowcdexceptordered bjthcpropne. r. - All'coramariicatioiitmiietbe addrewed totheed- tar Post Paid. The Battle Song. TUNE, "Scols ichat hae.' Soldiers of tho Temneran&e band, Be united heart and hand, Forward, then, at his commapd, To certain victory. Seize your armor. gird it on: Now thK battle is begun; Lo thc prize nill soon be wod, Then struggle manfully. Now the foe, Intemperance. fight, Put the monster Rum to flighr, Sink the drsm-shop out of sight, That sink of misery. Ser the tears of her who...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 11 December 1844

il i 2 J i THE GALAIY. Wedaesday, D3C H, 1844. Thc McssAcn. The Mes-age wlilch must necessarily be pablihed u ixlcnso. has precludeJ a varicty of msttcr prcpared t.ir this weck's paper. Tiie important f attires of ths document are the strong recoaimciuktbn of the iinaiclhle annex" ition ofTcsas andtheo-n"ioa of saytng sny thing of moment in relatic.n to the tsrifT. His accidcncy seeir.s too miich elntcd with the indications of success to a project big with ruin to thp union which he had llie infamous distfnclion of first rccomir.ending to the national legislature' tosloipte the ctnrideratict! of a systr ni cf policv npi'ii which the well beingof th cnuntrr most cmincntlv depcnds. He considers tlie clecticn ofPelk as a verdic ofthe perple in faror of annexstion, and proposes theaccoraplishmeut of the ohject br icint rcsolution. IJcw should the naiion rejoicc th at Jolin TIercan gono fn.-thcr. EvcnJamesh. lolkft J enn-: mncll'moro CODtrolins Was found in the lovc I Since the close ofy...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 11 December 1844

1 .1 means of defence. I refer you, also, to his rcport for a full statement of the con dition of the Indisn tribes within our ju risdiction. The Executive has abated no efibrt in carrying into efiect the well establishcd policy of the Government, which contemplates a rcmoval of all the tribes residing within the limits of the eeveral States, beyond the limils , and it is now enablcd to congratulate the coun try at the prospect of an early cousutna lion of this object. Many of the tribes havc already made grcat progress in the atts of civilized life; and through the op peralion of the schools established among them, aided by the efiorts of the pions inen of various rc'.igious denominations wbo devote themselvcs to the tasfc of their improvement we may fondly hope that, the remains of the formidable tribc: which wcre oncethemastersofthis coun try will, in their transition from the sav nge state to a condition of refincraent and cultivalion, add another bright trophy to sdorn the labo...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 11 December 1844

LAW NOTIGE. I fHESulr5beria"rno.edMOfi3efortht . - r I T wnnTil intnrtn flKa irBnraciion ot Mff umuikii ......... j nbtie tnat be vriii De reaoy 10 n inay liave'oceasion fir bis professiomtl sertices al liis Office over Ibe Store of Ira Btewart Esq. a frw doors south of the Post Offiee. EMERSON B. WRIGHT. Middl bnry lan. 8, 1941. , 1 -. .11 4wvn NEW GOODS. Z: BECKWITIJ &. CO. would invite . all tlroir neigbliors and friends to at- kd1 Iie exieusWe sale ricb, rarc, and FasMonaWe New Goods, mvt going on at the Old Stanrl. They $o not consid rit neccsarvtopinalonjani, but would simply mj tliat if pe'opte waulto gel a little betler artieleat vlotrer price than they can liuy alsewhcre thcy would do well lo call at the torc of . Sept. 24, 1844. Z. BroKWiTH : Co. FALL GOODS. THE ubf crilen are receiting in addition to llieir pring rtock, a large assortment of desirable Wi5 Tir Guous.tjz: Alpaceas, alpincs, Indiana anrl Orleans loths. lutiette crnpe oJid M. DeLnines, Cnshmere De Cosse.A...

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