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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 November 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY 1IOENING, NiOVEMBEE 7. 1873. Loral Vcalher Report. Ta!''.L' .-luxvin" mean barometer and tber moaioter nWreJ at the Weather Obser vation ufF..-c in this city, for the week ending V v i-.h 1?T3 : Mean barometer, 30.132; thermometer. 37r0 ; mean direction of wind, north : mean honrly Telocity 11.7 milet; total rainfall, .12 inches; maximum temperature, 13 5 ; mininam temperature, 33 . (Jbo. II. Kllerv, Observer. Charlotte. Rev. Dr. Smith, of Lane Seminary, Cincinnati, will preach in the Congregational Church in Charlotte, neit Sunday. Klon M. Xaramore of Underbill, ha- re 1 1 ived a patent for a mop holder. Oct. 26th was the 107th birthday of Methodism on this continent. The boars of labor in the railroad (-hops at St. Albans bare been redaced to nine. The hou- of Michael Qainlan.near West I'anlct. was burned on night of Oct. 21th. Tiie M. Albans Matrngtr insists that an inch of snow fell in that byper- .roan i1Ih2i- on the 29th ult. Kililii in ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 November 1873

Aulumu Hour. The roinlOTt bells are tolling antwn hoars, The hoars of erer-shortenlns sllrer day; The boors tht fee the moon in full lUln on Ih. earth het rdint rlr nl""00""; The hours when pUpim corn-Beldl rut In bowers Of final bloon, when rearers, binders come. And waj-ons eo and come from field to borne Oft till the I tars sleep on their azure towers , . The tflllrht hours thst heir the robin s lute . The mornios hours thst Fee the spider s line From branch to branch indewr splwdor sli.ue The colder hours that see tho bramble s rru i Blush on 1U purple pth, as winter s loot Is heard approaching on the lofty pine. . CAamser t jo1 Tlmclj- rorslrentsA. Oh, friends, I pray to nizht. Keep not your kisses for my dead, cold brow . The way is lonely let me feel them now. Think tcntly of me , I am travel-worn . My fa&rinz feet re pierced ''nJW'rr ' Forrlre. O hearts estransed, tepn.lVtog. When dreamless rest is m ne, I snail fX, The tendtrnes. for which I lSj Etoolon Society or Tf rm...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 November 1873

I 8 x n a r--w on the doorsteps tbere, N ce little- echwl-ma'am, prim and .r, Funniest now, dimpled fhins LiCen awh'le " tho school bejins. rUw in 'r thmet e. come this way. Why were hMt, llarj- Day I M -Suoao, what' twwe tour? Mi; lc t'r Mtum may be mrc. j ,nn tl, -."! U"w n your totitlier ear, Mouit r I mutvt . utrtrfere ' Snt 3.urtaII ni-w m , Tru-to" u ill te'iflt'!ropiis i! What would they erer -a. tow. Find id 2; wbool in such a fu.-- ! ttb Jennie, how is that j t U ti , dear, don't spell cat Terr. hie bov ! yoar lae it red Why will you Btttbd uon 3 our hf a-) T CtaM in spelling, that will do Hero's certifioatej fur you. Faces pare u the roornin; sun, . iff that rin; with harsaleM fun . Bweet is the lesson yon Impart ' fu tel and 1 learn it all by heart. hi.m row on the doorstep there, Nice little school ma'a&, prtro and frir Kr. ,i thta wurM and all it Da in. Vald Ici-nM join j our schcMiI azain V.11 Tlir Winds. rPio South VTind s.nxi or happy spring And summer" hastening...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 November 1873

hf Jrcc Ircss. BURLINGTON, F11IDAY, II, 1S73. RISKD1CT, J-dltor. Toe Canadian CrMs. The downfall of tbe Macdonald Cabinet is tha most exciting political event that has taken place in the New Dominion, since its formation. For twenty years Sir John Minnald has Isren a recognized leader in Canadian politics. He was the first prime minister or the new Dominion government with the formation of which he had so much to do. and has held the office without inter ruption since tbe 30th of March, 1661. He is a very shrewd and able man, and up to last April, when Mr. Huntington brought a -ainst the ministry his famous charges of corrupt allotment of the contract for the Pacific Itailroad to a Canadian Credit Mo bilicr, and of corrupt use of money in elec tions, his strength in Parliament and before the country was very great. The investiga ting commission, appointed by Lord Duf ferin, did not break tbe force of those charges. When Parliament assembled, the ws sunarely joined. Tbe opposition mo...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 November 1873

THE BURLIN&TON, VT., PEESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1873 Thnkslllnj. Bv '.. Cr-rl.'rwy, Jul'" CW", Gmmtw ! S(l ferment. X rROClAMATIOX. T.m. in lU KMclwi niarcl, liu lir..uiut us Mir the el-e of anotbw year. Summer is past, aud Ai.turan is already yields- to Winter. Taoprc diirts of tho earth are larnerei! up for the sustenance ..ruian nd latest dorlns barren muotha that are l.t f..re w . still faith anl hope a-ure us thatSprln; w 11 aiain return, brlnsin; Kith it Hie beauty and ,"i,rrani;of anewyear. Ilowhose word cannot I. l.roktn has promised that seed-time and harvest 1 1 all n,.i Tail- Now 1 the time tu remember the nn rumlercil mercies of the God ; and while rejoiolnl li. our jeneral prositerity, let us not furjet the p Kir wl.u are alwa)s with ns. In somo part of oor c untrytheKingof Terrors has been busy in his w rk of destruction, while enerallj the mercies and bless. njs of God harebeen showered up'.n us and demand onr moat prateful praise Therefore, in accordance wit...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 November 1873

"Ant I Will." Blindfolded and alone I Und With unlnown threshold on each hand ; Tbe darkness deepens as I RTOpe, Afraid to fear, afraid to hope j Vet tl.is one thin; I learn to know Kach "lay more surely as I go. That doors are opened, ways are made, Hurdtns are lifted or are laid, Uy Mme zreat law unseen and still Unfit homed purpoe to fulfil, otss I will." Blindfolded and alone I wait; Loss Keui to bitter, ;raln two late , Too beary burdens In the l"d And too lew helpers on the road ; And joy Is weak, and -rief Is ftronj, And y ear and days so Ion;, louz Vet this one thins I learn to know Each day more surely as I ;ro. That I am clad the irood and m Iiy changeless law are ordered etui, "Not aslwilL" " Not as I will;" the soend crows sweet Efh time my lips the words repeat. Like whispered vok-e to calm and b.css All unrest and 11 loneliness. - Not I will." lcaose "1"0.n . ho lered ns fint and best has gone Ketore us on tie road, and Kill For us must all bis love falHI. "Jim as we w...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 November 1873

j:.er-- !)' 0 tnilwi ti-ls otten dans, Yetrci I" t"' anew ' II OM wll'Oil f lB ulthMTl? -till RV br.nfc taioU ttlr pijlO Thlrono!Tl!- ..f ever Uy. Tlie Rltloai Mil" uf el--i !'' The I re-siDle I..uld ( ctt.e n Arolianl to lar, - I. mr ! 111 tedhHis iteration lir.ui" Wis, (tall evade "r J"1! , The email demaaJjor every i) The howl-'er in the torrent's course. Hy tide aau tempest lashed in vain. Obev s the -rave-wMrled pebble r.iree. And vleMe iu MUUnce grain l.y srraie. So crumble strongest III es wy iveneetli tlie im c. every dsy. We rise to meet a bear) blow, Our nuIs a sudden brat ery fill s . lint we endure net always en Tho drop-by-drop of little ills , We still deplore and still obej- 1 be hard behest of every dsy. The heart which boldly racee death Vvm the biUle-Geld, and dares t'annon and bayonet, faints beneath The nec-lle l-jinta of frets andeare . The atontett spirits they dismay The t!y atings of every day.i And area aainu of holy fane, Kbixs soals by faith hare over. -me...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 November 1873

lir Jrcc grass EUELIXGTON. FRU)AT. NOV. 21. ISn. i. ... BENEDICT. Wllor. 1st Ci'l eumt. Ifae fctsat new? from Cuba increase- tr dritement through the country, "fcr tie butchery nf the persons captured on the Tirginias. Vnawfc. """ nad been inhtnnaniy P iatb -Je oa-crefcaimoi without exsapl- cit .lued warfare, and the wf TJ" pontaner. that oar n.tm.nnttiJ4 avenge tbe sardcr. A --amine that the Wrgimne rfehtfnlly lo" Araexiean eolors, the rinpn;;. Admral Pfirter, Ifonraagdoes w" P" th, 11 -overs, we had better 1 il ' etT,kw s respr,n.yr enord m many breasts and ire are preps" 1 credit the report that if the preside waste i niTaraiT of nbie-bodied mta R t., Sanuagr.. the entire number -..old ne rain-a m twrnty-aonr boor The Tr,ta!irieof these Cuban bitebers M trr --candai to civilization erer since :n- rebellion in their fair isle ron mew- and tuianair eem' likely to for nih ai ..t. " hriar them to thetr jeBe T- g-ivcrament ha' sneered cries-an - eu..ugt. in the pa: which long agi, n. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 November 1873

THE J3U ISLINGTON. VT., 1TKEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21. 1873. A larSc stmnnnt .r rJUnrial matter an l .ntfrestlns corn-pon-ence will l f.-nml . n (ho fourth lge- ..., .sconsiJeruUe i Moatrml an.l -l6igl.'" bytl.rhorfr line-. A srsngc with Oi iniits?r Us lvii "r aniifd it vViiitfirM. rarmfrs all over t!. State tiro l.rusli.iii; th--obvrl.s from their f-leiglis an.) sicls, .vmSdentnf long -fawn nf 'now. It i- rij.rc-te.1 that train will iv nimei.ee running hrtvrtrn Montpelier an.. iVlls UivfT, nn Monday, Nov. 2fitli. l'lse present awstts of the Vermont State j grienltural Society ire estimate! at 1 ,- , trrsi. It is viiggeOed that those truly economi cal people wUo-havelen waiting till diaries were cheaper, can now get one for this venr at a very reasonable price. Ricniiovn llcrriK Market. At mrl.et Monday 150 tubs of batterand GOO U of oheese were sold. Hotter at eo to for fair, to 3bc r.r good, and Xi for elioiee. Person- .fecinng to purchase dry goods. . I.ithing. fura. b...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 November 1873

I,ovetllr. CliijlJe-porfalrelilowers; , Threu-b the fields are Mosomm ; Summer splendor bathes th hours In rosy coloring. Ivs are sweet when lore U turnin; Thiols of earth to tirlz-teet soldi Devi ire sweet when fooH are vearn.nf lleart to heart to fold and hold. Where the stream roes leaplns hy, Lllplns; ripples kls each shore Dirk, the willows softly sls;h To the witers they hano"er. Tonlh and maiden half for2Ct bearcely heed the world without Hinds t.y tender hands are met , Lips are pressed ly lips dero-t. Oh. the paradise of pleasure, Whither souls avend In lore MiBillBt; rapture without measure. As they soar to hearen above. Stay, sweet moments; l'f',aftter Than the streamlet rushl-I by ; Stav.sweet moments: lore is sweeter Than .11 th.lmuey;ify,f II, mu for. 1.1111- God male my Me '!'"" u-fct' Within the world to slow A little flame Uat burneth bright, Wherever I may so. CM male my life a little flower. Thit rivet- Joy to all. Content to bloom In natire bower. Although its pl...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 November 1873

Ir. Jfaue in Cnba. er mss wnirnuu A n..n'e Pie t4 in thr eiro, A 'itrred trmt tn tbeelj.-Hu'ii. Uriicfct Hist' let thr htl .f li j h m tto wciti J liana Thenurrl ofa - darln; lua -The Poif-forretiioele4rUW - M-n, l.ketiie trumpet ciHt..rt j A ui t:'iD bairti ownef tuo-ai-t i- i j itit ihll never meet LI oca. 'L-H-k, dim with tears, across the , Where, from the dart, ml ley tan SwmI Isle of flaweri' hecxnaitdtbo. Fold him to rest, oh j.kr Inj ctima 1 Give back hi wasted treujth artln Soothe, with thy endless gammer tlmt, II.' winter weaned heart acd Urate S.o; soft fend lew thoa trople bird, Frum oat the fragrant flowery trea The ear thit heart thee dot, hai hiri The Ice-hi-oaTc of the winter res. Through Ma lon watch of awftil ntrht. 1 le saw the Bear In Northern stlee ; Now to the Southern Vrws f lirht, lie rtt In hi weary eye. rraven, from the hearts that witch in fear When toe dark North ne answer , R'ae trembling to the Father ear. That mil Hi- lore may help ani aare r " Vt.arle...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 November 1873

'1 J't KLT.I.1N!T.)N, FT.1DAY. NOV. 23, 1373. HiirJlor rarrrarj. New Yorkrr of oar acquaintance teli . trrr aboat a friend nf hi in tnat cuj. who in the height of the panic brought him 120,000 in OoTeraaent bonis w web .he wanted to tarn into greenbacks Our friend foand him a purchaser for hu i bonds, and after the sale was effected. rf the ellrr what he intended to do With his pde , monev. "Do-' -aid he. as he firmly rasped the packages of greenbacks, lam omg to pat them into my drawer m the -safe Iep94t Company, and keep them. It wa in rain oar friend suggested that mere wa. nothing better to keep than gov ernment ton thittheralneof thebffls rtedontbe same hs as thr bonds-the u,th ana ondnr of the GoTernment and that behad only exchanged Government prom. to pay.bearing interest, forpromi s to pay bearinc no interest . It made no difference with the panir-struek Oothamite. 'No," raid be. "this is mtnry; and I am t.innd to kceplt where I ean get it, when I 1 and id. wife want some t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 November 1873

THE BUR;Ll.NGTON, VT., FBEE PRT1SS, FRIDA V MORNING, Nt)VK ATTKT 2. 1873. I. shoes are warmer than tiglit one. rhri-tniai time-i are coming. an.l our storekeepers are getting ready Senator Edmunds arid family left far Vs-liington Monday. ll i. -aid llo-ton doesn't " i-i.tliii- '' worth a cent on the Cuban question. The tireen Mountain lioyi at WoretMtr, Mass , are to hold n reunion this Winter. The rent panic rnatea short hour- uf I alwr, and short pur.-es in consequence. Vermont ss-nt more cattle to the lio t.in market last week than all the .ther New England States put together. I'anic price"! teem to be the order of the day at the " I!ae Hive." See their a.liw tiraent. Foot paw-enger-. are crying Lake I'liam plain, on thn ice, at Crown Point and Ti ronderoga. IVisomi. bi c'tspv. Two interesting little hoys or Charles P. Parter. of Orwell, are -rioul ill from poison received liy t ,n colored candj I'h.- Mu-iral Convention at Ve-t llan on the iili and 7th i not a finan , ial saces-...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 November 1873

THE BUitLIJsGT.OIC. 7T. PEEE PRESS, Tn Conilns: 3Ia. IT IIOUI VCTtPSST (ntTid apart ml kested trtir. In the latTrre will not wit . uvOTthUcrnrlalrdrsnala BtuUi snolierlnr TOl Like Ii. eppnrlatl str. " 'P"4 SUM, Usp tpaseepn-rds, 1". Will net t.la l. ruT wine Tblek as Mliows of tbs seal .Arm tbs tTaves of wbuo jiaUl wsrrint take of Loee Iter lorn OT CBUh tie 1 .nr. BsselSPaeprpMewlltieir. bM the plctpree of ttees.r. eMtaepaAdowstptPeSir SFSm lie cup of wls Iiulm bowl !ti Utile be4 Habit .b.ws m "",f ' A3dluisn.sare.atoewu. vri, -h luteonblsn pHHM" of fr. SbS. Mile winds KiI Jli.wTop tine o.-TC Strmr. of tod j . stronr of nt pfpnrpis. to pontroi Bewili spar a th. toatflnr rc ' lntii. saedow of tie Tine No ultf ; crwla. l oU red veln .Iae.le in Us fall trains oM!n.J-ewlll ucia i"rN" If the eoniinr, aisa It bora. Jjtpc Urn pvtwltApappar Port Let so loos pbaenre hie 0 lira Is he not a ettbd of tMlie awaetTPanr mother, JMy slat T U dTt bane&lk the VISE Let tbe .rail. re4r rwlnt T tk a...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 December 1873

The Snow-lorw, tv R- w. ruta.-o. Arnnr- the nrw. an.!, fT ,e SMaiTMwbvTetaalUat. thiWMXe4r li ihai-aoi wo, tti f r,t ; -Aa viU th &nn.hii- at th 4ev fii ThtPldittAHerttpp. - '-tsrM.a'l ni iS1-n I w miivI iftaiaiUiaf firrpla.. one.. 1 l.i i mtniUu i.r.." f t otoe. M the north '!' malar . Hal oTan uufen uaarrjr rernwre rarnifheJ w.th tile, the fierce irtlCwr, Curve" hi' whit hart Ionr. with project M r.vf IV.unJ everv wlndMnl atako or tree, ur d.mr. Speeding, the mynd-hnJed. W wild wrV so fanciful, w ravage. Koujht careh (r number or proportion. MooUn;!). Oa coop r kennel ha tans? Tar'aa wr.nl ti- -win-l"l form Invents tha hidden thorn: r U np the farmer lane from will to wall, Maugre the Ctrmer'f mishit and. at the eat A taperinz turret overtop the work. Ami when hit hours are numbered, boJ tb w riJ I- all hi own. retiring, a he were not. Leave, when the fun appear. atonlhJ art To mimic In alow structure?, stone tiy rtone. Built In an are, the mad wind' nlcht w.rl. Pt.e ir..c arc...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 December 1873

ress. BPSLIXOTOy. rBIPAY. PEC. 5. IB73. U. a. BKSX3ICT. Editor. THE "VTEEKjLV FBHE t-BES "special un)CCMEn rs ' Cr.rD3I.3C ii.itzs rtsii rill er-l Sii Mtlj. I.r.i Pans, al i-ExeJ. Tier all "1.-I " ftH!itHclM,nl th. ntei Sits If trl.r.l Tc ti. psUIahtn alwctlr 7i.rsirFf.mKl IMt.1V-' tirlz (6Vly)J' J-1 -v. t . ... 7T.rr-T'jM0Sthlr . S--23 . t ItH ' tttFExPS!5.3JHrftrt Tit Fart Put!! tal Hirfcr'i Br TiiFsPK!StriG!7'Ill5"E"k Ti. Fut Pkh tol MtJMOJS 7M i"itIE Pss' t:4 Cm-dry OtaUesta. tie F PSCS5 t:4Ti? WOT .. 45.63. . . ilJiJ. . tun. .. n sa il oa. ItRSS i Col .- SctX-Wltt &Ni!J' IJ7 BKt Ki D!SK'l iitrirlss, ttUs prea:c ilttsrei tre far sXMrtt. Fcr tie r::ir:i T.-.!tr csst t ' taa.tlcs, a;foUcs ?irCt:cM.pltS3 "c''- Fir Cirsnos, rtrtliifl tol m;sstl, 25 cts. Vtiitif U rt :itrir6neicwsotl.fcr irt-iti. -ectiJirsi frtt-e! tec tt pictures it Kit, In ij it jit Kltctel tat tier "st it seat ICS juC33SZZ, Ibt Presfsient'e, Message i3 -ne ot ;suai ictert. With the exception of a few paragraph...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 December 1873

r THE BURLINGTON, VT., -FREE PRESS. FRID.-AY MORNING, DECEMBER 5. 1873. local WrUlifr Report. Table showing mean baronetpr and Jher aiotneter as obcrte4 at the Weather Obser vation office in this city .for the week ending Pee. 3d, IS73 : Mean Urometer, 30.321 ; mean thermometer, lfic .0; mean direction jt Kind, south ; mean hourly velocity 9.9 aiile, total rainfall, .02 inches; maximum temperature, 43 . mininum temperature, (Jro. II. Kllebt, Observer. 1 here are only fifty-two stnJentsat Mi.I dlfbuty College. Jesse (iloyd of Jericho, recently butcher ed a calf right months and nine days old ttiat dres-ed 41G pounds. Albiss Brunt MtRErT. The mar ket Tuesday was dull. Common to lair, 00 to 2 it ; medium it good, 2i to 23c; .hoice, 30 to 33c ; selections, 35 and SO. No cheese offered. The funeral of Mrs. Horace Loomis t.H.U lilaceat the hou-e on Friday afternosin. Rev. Mr. Ware officiated. The coffin bore a heautiful cross of white chrysanthemums and dark leaves. The pall-bearers were ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 December 1873

Keeii Ir Flower.' I. Tie irttia II mm i-u-mw. - tSiVolp iTHei. carrel oTFr!ert tiist. fTus aeepeJJl flowers' These esfcy ctxssti of m2 aaemraei ClirSle4binjMn imar retll the IT.f ped to thtlMislr-c lrtB "' "ranr "r rn. Sere U this plre ofSertnr. "?Vl IUIh coo. to ill Me JoTrffi thl'e awer. Wti. ttcJ dciC Severe The ltiUe chad y wonillPfJ J-"""- a Vei keep tLaa. sol Ti ft !s recre:, " ? towers 71 rtiiisilrtsi SrrU-fi. Ssv. ik. A7 TEt wcrrr iTErrr nrrani Ihe White Street tad College Street Con gregational Cbnrebes held a nnion serrice at the White Street Churrh A faiT eon frejetioa was in attendance, though the church wt? not rrowd-d Rev. Mr. Ssflnrd. r th, CtSlm Street Church. oSrlated m He opening exercises, and the sermon wis v- VrT 4Ir B-atow 317 . taiSIosV inrora-"- a fiir this itsr.nur Mil read.' He faid In ifcis enttnme nt rr hr iiw Savhwr. the staff of Sife 6toD4s fr whatever uppnrf life We r Am nriaeKl ui rtiarged to pray nt thi- reouet. In tt- Lord's Trayrr.." significant. M...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 December 1873

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Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 December 1873

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Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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