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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 December 1843

rate NOT THE GLORY OF C jQ S A R BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1843. VOL. XVII No. us. PRESIDENT'S M E S SAG E. Tt the Senate, .ind House ofncpsicntatives, Of the United Statei : If any people ever had cause to render up thanks to the Supreme Being for parental eare and protec tion extended to tlicm in all the trials anil difficul ties to which they have been from time to time ex. froied, we certainly are that people. From the first settlement of our forefathers on this continent through the dangers attendant upon the occupation bf a savage wilderness through a long period of Colonial dependence through the war of the Hev olution in the wisdom which led to the adoption of the present Hepublican forms of government Jnthe hazards incident to a wnr subsequently wag "ed with one of the most powerful nations of the fear Hi in the increase of our population in the Spread of the arts and sciences, and in the strength iind durability conf...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 December 1843

members appeared to lie present, and mo four or live uthers arrived during tlio da;-. Tliu Clerk announced as in ir.der if no ob jections wore undo tliu election of Speaker. Mr Barnard niso to proFP.it in his o.vn namo atitl in tho name of nbom fjO tucinburn of the House, a protest deelari:i!j their solemn opinion of tlie uttor illegality did uiiconslilutionality of tlio proceeding, by which tlio House should now elect a Speaker and organise itself with the aid of those numbers elected by general ticket. An irrryular conversation ensued, In which Messrs l.rutii,;i-!e of Va. C. .1. In;;crsoll,Viso, Dutv.Aii and Kenedy, nl I.!., objected to its pro r.r.latiou and entrancti upon the Journal of tlio Utilise Alter considerable confusion, Mr Win llirnp moved that the gentleman have leave to load his protect, which was lost Ayes 09, Noes 121. The election of Speaker, vim race, was hold, Messrs Hopkins, Julin Campbell and Vance be injr tollers and on the first trial, John V. Jones v,vi olcc...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 December 1843

' S & B W S2 Jfc I& S3 D SPIES' IS MINIATURES. MESS. WIIITTDiaonS i PORTER, RESPECTFULLY in lorm the citizens of Hurling. Ion that tlioy have taken rooms anJ tot up their apparatus for lak'me dagulrueotype .miniatiw.s at the American lintel (Uoom No. G.2 1 (loor) ami will remain there n few d.ty, where they will I e happy to exhibit to the LaJic ami Gentlemen of lltirlmgion specimens oftheir work, ami rentier ueli oilier alien Uon at may he neoesary for their information. Thoe who have never scon a s peeimen of nature's Pencilling ean hardly form an ndeittatu idea of iheox. Irerae perfection, I'caniy, ami wonderful ininiitcnofs of D.tguerrco'ype Picture. Suffice it to sny that pro ductions of tins proce are the works of nature, and not ofart the light of heaven alone Is the Pencil used. N U. Copicj ff paintings engravings c. by the same proee Instructions given and apparatus fur atsheJ on reasonable terms. MESSRS. SHERMAN f Co. FIRST COTILLION PARTY will Lc holdcn nt the EAG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 December 1843

warn wmm Ai3gr1 Ho touched liislinrp,nnd nations heard, entranced. For llio 1'rco Press. IIOIM2S-. There is a liope ol our childhood's day, Stainless and parens the white roso leaf Itlookcth forth to nlifeofp'ay, Nordreainelh of (rouble, of earo or grief It seelh good marbles and lops afar, And free access to (lie swcct-nicnt jar. There is a liopo of our later lime 'Tis mellowed a little, liut scarcely changed : It pourcth its yearnings in artless thyme And its visions are crude and ill arranged, But lookcth forward with many sighs, To a nearer approach to two beautiful eyes. There is n hope of our manhood's pride, 'Tis ihchopo of glory the hopo of sway: It treadclh the field with n martial stride, It traceth the thrilling and deathless lay; It (jraspcth at power, nor recks of its cate And its visions ato full of the President's chair. But a hope remains 'lis llio I est and last ; When the tumult and fovrr of l.fo arc o'er, When the fitful changes of tnio ale past, And our steps nro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 December 1843

Tit ffl NOT THE OLORT OF 0 2) B A B BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1843. VOL. XVII No. 29. Prom tho Louisville Journal. 1 rUkPlT ELOQUENCE. The day was declining fho breeze in in glee Han left the fair blossoms to sing on the sen, As the sun in i's gorgeousness, radiant nnd still Dropped down like a gem from the brow of the hill t One trcmulons star in the glory nf June Came out with a smile and sat down by the moon, As she graced her blue throne with the pride of a queen The smiles of her loveliness gladdening the scene. The scene was enchanting 1 in dislanceawsy Rolled the foanvcreitcd waves of the Chesapeake Bay, While bathed in the moonlight tho village was seen with tho church in the distance that stood on the creen. The soft-sloping meadows lay brightly unrolled, With their mantle nf verdure and blossoms of gold, And the earth in her beauty, forgetting to grieve, Lay asleep in her bloom at the bosom of eve. A liaht-heartod chi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 December 1843

giuLS IPE&1B38J ' HAILHOul) COiWSJX'ffaoX. Thu lljilrnail (.'onvpnlion niifCinlilprf, in piirsintirn m tan iicTcioiiiro ma ia p nine, ai iiiu mitro church m rniiieDoro,on me lice 1811, ot II o'clock, was cmieu lo order hv ll, (... 1 1 n 1 1 of lliat' iirwiru, who man inccau nl the IJonwnlion. On moiuin of Mr. Men! of llraitluliom, li was rc iw .nimiiia inc oonvoauoll uy r;iooiii Jiri(lon pro-tcm. un motion of Mr. Ill ik. Sir. Chabim Uiiamm of rmiicuiiro was cno f rre'l.lrit pro tent. On motion of .Mr. Tnwnili", 0. I. Wilkcr ol Ilmi tlelioro w.ii eliov.i Slcii tin- n i ii.ni. On motion of Col. Townifoy, a committee of dur um tv s nppninicd to noininaie utiicers tor the tier lament organization of the Convention. The follow ine cenlleuun were appointed i . MVrs Townslsvnf ifratllebt.ru, l-'araucll of Fitch' 6'JfS, P.llkcr of Athol. Junes of (Vcciillclil, Slnftrr of irpnsinn, i. iarK ol urnndmt. Warner "f .Midillclmry, Iturcttiifltiitlm.l, llr.le irf Mellow Piills, Ihrrtt of lhttte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 December 1843

POST OFFICE REFORM. The citizens of Burlington Interested in tlie ubjsctof n reduction of I he present rates nf p&togc, tiro requested In meet nt Howard's Hotel, tomorrow evening, (Saturday,) nt half piti six o'clock, to consider tlio subject, at t give expression to tliolr views. December 22, '43. UURLINOTON LYCEUM. A course of eighteen Lectures on Cttr.MK TUYj will be delivered at Strong's Unit this winter, by Prof. G. V. Benrcict. Lectures on Mouday oveninjjF, at half-past 0 o'clock commcneinfr December 11, 1343. Tickets for the course, for a Gentleman who In member of the Lyceum . . . 81.00 For a Gentleman, not a tneinher . I.r.n r or a nay For an Apprentice Evening Tickets ....... Tickets to be obtained at Harrington's Store. f)0 no 25 Book Ii. M. 1. The Institute will meet this (Friday,) eve bin?;, at half past siv, for the discussion of a quos tion of general interest. Dec. 22. S. 1'LETCHElt, Sec'v. M fi IP IP fi ra nfl . tn Worcester, Dth hist., by Rev. S. Kcllor;r, Mr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 December 1843

SALT. 9000 Bushels Solar Salt, SHOO do Cipe May do, 1000 do Turks Island do, 1500 llhlsuWestern do, 1X00 Hags ml e Soil 29 lbs. each, 100 do Uvripool Dairy, for snlo low by yrm nOTi XJ, IBM. 23 LEIIIGII if- DLOSSUURG1I COAL. 250 Tons No. I, linked Lc limit in lump from ilio llnslcton Mines, designed ex presslv for furnace piirpnic", CO Ton Egg size fur grates, 23 do IVo'V nigh for Smith's use. The uliove is all housed nnd drv. For fate by FOLLETT, BRADLEY A: Co. Old Dock, Nov 23. 1843. 25 MOLASSES. QO Tierces New Iberia Srup, a superior article. 30 20 Hh Is, Porlo Rico do, tin Trinidad, do New Orleans, do Culia, for sale bv 20 SO FOLLETT, BRADLEY & Co. Old Dock, Nov. 23, 18-13. 25 A MERICAN patent wrought and cast iron vices, -f a new and superior article. Foster's Amils, Attic's long handled Shovels, Homer's cast steel do, Thomns' Spades, D ivio's Ilillet Webs, Tiacu Chains, Halter do, Saw Frames, Hammers &c. if-c. for sale by FOI.l.KTT, IJHADLY & On. OM Dni'l.-, Nm 23,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 December 1843

NOT THE QLOBY OF OJBSAR BUT T H B WBXtPARB OF BOMB BY H.- R. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1843. VOL. XVII No. 30. 1 "GOD WITH US." Suggcstedby an examination of Vr'spicture,'The Embarkation of the Pilgrim:' hy WILLIAM o. sovits-c. It may bo premised that the Pilgrims are por trayed on the deck of the vessel in the act of supplicating the guidance and protection of their heavenly Father ; and on the corner of the sail which was hung up to cover them is inscrib ed the motto, "God with us," suspended just over the arch of the rainbow, which is conspicuous behind, thus uniting faith, hope, and the promise covenant in the samo glance and recollection. Under this inspiration the lyrist seems to have written his animating ode. 1. " Godwith list' on our troubled way, When darkening tempests lower and sweep, Bevond we see the pcnrlcas ray That lights our path iicrosa the deep And while on high We turn oar trustful eye, " God with us" is our constant cry. II. "God with us!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 December 1843

r ii o .71 v.' a ! a a s a v o a . ii.'.r.y, Ie--- 13. Mr C.'ioMo hroiiontrd pfiiitio.ii from I). An Icton, anil other bi.tilisollrr;, fur a copy. right law; ilrothc petition of II. Hatch, of Masta. cliunottx, In reference to l-Vcnch spoliations pri or tu 1S00. Mr Atchison of M. prosciilcd suf.tlry resolu tions of the (Sonera! Assembly (if lh:il Ktate, in fivor of remounting tlio 111 "regiment of Dra coons j also for a new military post on tlic Western borders: for iinprovi nir tlie navigation of tho ostrrn iliorp, and culling on Congress to appoint n commissioner, in conjunction with ono ot llicir own nmiointmoht. to roninrnmiso the disputed boundary between Missouri and Iowa. Mr Moreliead submitted a motion for printing 400 additional conies of a pamphlet translated from tho ItuFsmii language upon the cillltiro of neinp tins Document m.i.lo part of tho Report of tho Secretary of the Navy, now in process of being printed. sir 1'orler asked leave to introduce a bill for establishing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 December 1843

Tijlil' EATERS. , quck not t ,(! from N. N., usually traced alt llie &eeitce 0r lnS pit-i-nti lo thcusoof JVfarcury and prcK,,i)t,j a tpecihc w'.i h he had tented asihercmcdjv a. young man in pel U li licnhli, to nmuso lilnisc If calle)sic ,-iy and naked the Until ed Dr. if lie could lell !iiho tnluroof !u" ' nec nd prcscibc a remedy. N-ho Dr. tillered into n rninule detail of symptoms, unacted iho whole wa lh effect of itrcry-aJdin, jupposo you have tkcn large quantities of it. Tho Nung man answer ed, No, not as I know of. lint, sajAjtlie Dr. it mii-t be, for there il is in your yelrm, nt'.dV can sco it in your face. Said the youth, 1 don't kn10lv u BOl there, for I never took any. "al what hV you la ken when sick, says the Dr 7 SothmS H, fur 1 i, happened, haicn't you c.i.enfrce ff 1 " ' said the youth. Well, that must bo tho a men, they put Ungucn.un, or. calves nnd it their ns.cinfyou eat the beef and that I to yours. . ri,,,.rr.r,..TliQ folio-wins versos wore addressed, fou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 December 1843

.J He touched his liarp.nnd nations heard, cntrnmcd. f rom the Opal, a l'uro Gift for Holy Days. A THOUGHT OVHIt A CRADLE. tv. n, r. wtLLts. I sadden when thou smilost to my smile, Child of my love! I tremble to believe That o cr the nurrorof that eye ofblue The shadow of my heart will always pass A heart that, from ils struggle with Iho world, Comes nightly to thy guirded cradle home, And careless of the straining dust it brings, Asks for its idol I Strange, that flowers of earth Are visited by every air that stirs, Anil drink in sweetness only, whilo the child That shuts within ils breast a bloom for heavtn, May take n blemish from the bicath of love, Anil bear the blight forever. I Inve wept Witli gladness ut ihe c'ft of this fair child 1 My life is bound up in her! Hut, oh God! Thou knowest how heavenly myheart at times Heirs ils suet burthen i and if thou hast given To nature such as Thine Ihb spotless llower, To bring il unpollulcd unlo 1 hee, Take Thau its lore, I pray thee! ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 January 1844

NOT TUB GLORY OF d JB S A H DOT TUB WELFARE OP ROME. . , " l ! 'I ll ll f "" ' ' JT" " "-' ' ' ' ' ' ' "' nilllUNGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY , 1844. VOL XVII No. 3t. HY II. B. STACY. 1 V ' ALMANAC, 5J 3 a M liH If I 1 .2 3 4 6 C 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 2G 27 23 29 30 31 12 3 4 r. g 7 s n io ii 12 13 J4 15 IG 17 19 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 S 0 10 11 12 13 U ,!.f 15 10 17 18 19 10 21 il V 22 23 24 23 20 27 28 II J 29 30 31 12 3 4 6 0 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 tl 15 10 17 18 10 9(1 91 99 93 24 25 E 2G 27 23 29 12 3 f 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 lf 17 2G 27 23 29 20 31 f 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 ri 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1G.17 IS 19 20 21 22 S 25 26 27 2S 29 30 31 ' 24 23 2G 27 2 29 : is ii' i4 30 2 3 4 B G 7 1 2 3 4 5 G T 8 O IO II 12 IJ 14 15 IG 17 18 in 20 21 22 23 24 23 2G 27 23 29 SO 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 13 IG 17 15 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 26 27 23 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 13 D IO II IZ 13 H J 15 1G 17 IS 19 20 21 os 22 23 24 23 2G 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 January 1844

r TiTr-rim inm I hens wili nil mi s,ut llmt ilm ,l,iv will emtio I lina judse ami lio will thcro find another pari of llie when "slavery" shall tic a tt ord without nnicamn:: In :ory, which I have, not mentioned, as full verified as (I Man Ktoittciit' lit defence of the ltUht of Petition. 1 ' w I'ntoAY, Dec. 22, 1543. In ths Semite, nilhinc of intctctt was dsnc in p ihlic. An Kceentive Session w.is held. In the Hovhb, tltMinfnished business of ycstcrdiy was the eousidtratiu:! ol tlia following j lint resolu tion of tliu last LeiHslnturo of Massachusetts pre sented by Mr Ad.itns, iai- A'ttnf-e.f, Tint Ilia following amsmlinent to tho Constitution of tho If .Hi ! Smtoibo ami hereby is re-cuni'ia.-idod M tho c )'iider.tiun cf Concreas, to be acid on .cuordin;: to the fifih article. Tho third clause of tho second ruction of tho first nrticla shall r.is.1 tn tha words following! '.tjprejentatives anil dtrtct lar.es shall bo apportioned among the set-era1, States which aroor may ba includ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 January 1844

r NOTICE. The mcmbors of tlio Uurlington Fire Coinpa. ny ars hereby notified that the annual mooting of iid company will bo lioldan at J. Howard's Hotel In Burlington, on tho fourth Monday (tlio 24th day) of January 1911, at 7 o'clock 1'. M. tn elect 10 Wardens, a Clerk and Trcasurcr.to bo Trustees of said Company, mid to transact any other business authorised or requested by tho Charter of incorporation and bylaws nf said Company. LYMAN CUMM1NGS. Clerk. Januarys, 1811. OY ST 12 It SSUl'PUU. At the Pearl St House, Friday, January 5, IS 1 1- TROY CONFERENCE ACADEMY. Jin. Editor: Permit mo, through your col umns, to congratulate tho friends of tho Troy Conference Acadomv, residing in this quarter, upon its present encouraging prospects. Through the personal agency nnd exertions of the Principal, ltev. J. T. l'r.CK, tho former op pressive debts of the concern are now in tho pro cess of speedy and entire liquidation. It is now, through the benevolence of tho public, free to j present it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 January 1844

N. N. lUlUUM-IH, No. 7 Counsellors Hall. (Peck's lliiilding.) 13 J1 AW Of BURLINGTON. NOTICE is licreby given lli.il a meeting of the Stock-holders (.r the Hank of llurllngion, wil '0 hnh'cii at their llnnl.ing Homo, on the second Tuesday of January next, nt II o'clock, A. M., for the juirpo-e of choing cvon Director fur the year tvii'imir IV order of the President nn I D''ro-nr.. lice. 1, 1R13. H. O COLE, Cashier. NEW GOODS. I.OVKI.Y AM) SHYMOUIt TNV1TU the intention of their customers and the X public to tliiir stocti oi FANCY AND STAPLE PRY GOODS, which is one of the most exlensivcin the Suite, mid which tlicy oiler for sile nt pricea well suited to the interest of putilinscrs. Goods ndnptul to the present nnd coming reason may be found in great abtindancoat this establishment Gooruo Peterson, HAS now on hand and for silo, 1000 Bush.li ol Course Wcsletn and St. L'bcs Soli, 200 llarrcls Kino do do, ISP Snrks Kmc Dairy do do, 230 linrrcta Superfine Flour, 200 Sacks frrh Ground Plas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 January 1844

NOT TUB GLORY OF OASAR DOT THE WELFARE OF HOWE BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1844. VOL. XVII No. 32. Olil) WINTEIt It! COMING. BIT MISS HANNAH f. GOULD. Old Winter is cominirnsain, alack I How icy and cold is he I He care not n pin for a sluvciinir back, He 'sa saucy old chip In white and Mack, He whistles liis chills with a wonderful Lnack, For a jolly old Mlow is he 1 A witty old fellow this Winter is, Amightvold fellow of pjecl He cracks his jokes on Ihe tirrtly sweet miss, The wrinkly old maiden unfit to kiss, And freezes the dew of their lips for this Is tho way with such fellows as hoi Old Winter is a frolicsome Made, I wots He is wild in his humor and free ! He'll whistle nlons for the 'want of ihousht,' And set all Ihe warmth of our furs at nought, And ruffle Ihe laces the pretty cirls bought1, For a frolicsome follow is lie 1 Old Winter is blowing tils gusls along, And merrily shaking the tree I From morning till niaht ho will sinz his song; Now m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 January 1844

and, after receiving a fow tnainorials, wont Into csocuhvo lnulncH.. T M. H, P. y. NuN m sitd Upshur have just boon confirmed liy t!m Senate but not so with lien thaw and Porter. Tiiey are still unacted upon, iciiiiriii mote dc!,bpiuth n, Wct-NnSlUf, Jar. 3d, 1811. Pr.OCEHDtNOI OF THC IloUSfi Yr.STKr.tMV. After 1 closed my lutter, yesterday, the Homo continued in tcssinn until u lato lion r, tliec.iss hie; U'j bill fur the payment nf (Jencral Jaclison'H line. Me R.-iinedy closed Ida mojt aliujivo and admrd riomnrolu of b,ili!crdh, and was follow od by .Mr tiruhir, of Kentucky, who m.ido a brief but t-oii.-tiblc tpo'.'cli in opposition totlio mcastiie. Of all tliti violent and insane devotees of par ty, a fallow named Dean, of Ohio, out-licrods Jlorod himself. Never was lliore his equal, for iuurauco, preji ulicc or biltor milignity. IIo fol luivcd upon tlio heels of .1r Orider and, al though Ins pirtmn fsolitijjs and meanness, bad once lud him tn opposo the appropriation of a small ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 January 1844

r-s3u" commended r survey lo tho end that tho farming Interest might be benefitted and tho resources oflho SUto nccrtaincd. The t' collected wisdom' has been of lite years bo excessive, and penny icitdom and poundfoolishness to liecidrdly in the luijonly that we nave only secured soma help in the shape nf 'An net, to encourage nnd promolo agriculture.' The recom mendation of tho Governors h tto been slighted nnd our Genernl Assemblies have not perceived nny reason why our State should be mule richer nr more pros perous by a ' knowledge of ihe nature of soils nnd their sdiplation nnd menus of increased production, by dif ferent iced?, products ami nictlinils ot'cultivalion and manures by which tbo firmer might bo enabled to use the vnrieiiet of lands tn Ihe best advantages. The aggregate sagacity of our Assembly until lately dicta ted no aid in the progress nf improvement in ngiiciil lure, and have not yelnnlcrtd tiny surieys by which the science of husbandry euu'd be tniieh ndvanrnl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 January 1844

u ma o.'ss.ibib A fie touched lilt harp and nations heard, entranced. Prom the St. .Minns' Hepublican. iSCllATC'lltiS. I. " Muic hath chirms," thopoel sing li.lt though I wouldn't flout her, She's grown n termagant, and t Would rather do wilhout her i If she has charms, forsooth, why don't Sho keep her charms about her 1 11. " When first in only Grccco9hc sung," Tho Maid was in her youth And then her voice, undoubtedly Wat tolerably smooth, And illicit! haic answered well enough Tho " savages lo soothe." III. But now sho's "reached a certain age," Sho sings with treble force So loud and shrill no wonder that It make tho iien hoarse! She docs n't seem to know it, but She's growing worso and worso I IV. "Tii said tint spinsters when they cliancs Their " blessed" mule nf life, Soon " change their tunc'' or better still, Give up the vocal strife And many a noisy maid is found To make a quiet wife. V. "Oh Music, speed ye then, at last, Some fitting nnlc to find I 'Twill servo lo rest you...

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