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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 January 1844

NOT THE GLORY OF OQSAH BUT TUB W E L r A H E OP HOME. IFir IT S T A C Y. "7 1 URL IN fi T 0 nT V E It M 0 NT, FRIDAY, J A N U AHJ K7 Tsk VOL. XV1I-.X. 33. From tlio Forgcl-Me-Not for 1841. Mi-u's v nitons. What if, in that sublimrr state To ulncli our Km I i shall once attain, Tho tilings of Kanli, ami Tunc, and Fate, Shall pass betore our eye again. Shall we lev lew our Life's slow way Itsw.'inls anil wiarincss beholding, And by Heaven, s purer noon sutvey What Earth's dun twilight now is folding) O, what a wondrous chansjo will pass O'er all that here hath scein'd or I. ten I Darkly we see, ns throusli a ulas?, What then shall farcin face be seen J , The nothingness of all we pn.ed, Thu falsehood oflhejuvc weioujilit, The piinceleas truth of hearts despised, thi worth of nil we vuliicd'nol! Perchance, it shall not then be seen That ill s our c irtl.ly pith of tears, So ditolulen waste ham been As to the itiou nei'a eye appears. Whc.i iloircr Iwht'iiiniiiul us hunks, , Ouri)c shall...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 January 1844

F1 raeim Washington. Friday, Jan. 5. Tin' Si'iu'i; n t in FUss.nn in. day, it having iJ. i.irnoil nior voKtcril.iv in Mninl.iv nonl. '.' .f c of lleprrssnUilixc. Aflurlha reading r th" j.iurn.tl of yi'Jlonliy'H pritrucilings, thu i I n I'l-il: up 1I10 rt'L'iil.irorili'r of tliu d.iy, cun. I 'I nn I concluded tho call for resolutions. I. .-I'iiiiitiiiK xv.rc limn presented fruni (lie 'I 1 w 0 , of no pirlic.il.ir intoicst; attlircon. ( . -in cif winch. ..1 . C .1. luuersnlt moved lint t lie House ro i 1 ('umir.'.tico uf the Whole on Gen. Jackson's I! "'If Ail.nn r.ise lo a point of order not so ).i 1 '1 a point of order, as to the irnod f.iith of llm J I 10; Ihu tionlloiiian fioin I'onnsyivniiia, C. .1. 'I.i.-ur-iiill. hiving, 111 his motion, comniitcd .1 0 i-'itf f.ii'h. 'I'll' I'm;: Mik;r II t i liir bach llio imputations xv ' 1 Hit! rinituiii;il lielnnjrin to ihoiii, into the t . i'f h 111 xvlm m ult tliem. I xvill have him, f 1 !i tun! llio 1 1 mo In kinnv that I am loss 1 1 0 in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 January 1844

lijccssary for us to sav that wo hnve triumplicil in vain. Comparatively wo havo done nothing, whilo 9 much remains to be done. i Wo havo hut ex changed tho corrupt and correlating, tlio selfish and tlnpairiolic ndminisiration of Von Ruren, for tho equally corrupt and corrupting, and tho more selfish, but weaker, administration of Tyler the lion, for the ass in tho lion's skin. Willi tho exrcptioii of the Tariff, whi'ili the Indignant voice of a sulfering coun try rescued Iroin a ready veto, and which w.is carried miii " democratic" threatening nf "Rcncal," noth ing remains uf our triumphs. Of nearlv all else) the perfidy of ono man has deprived us. We have been most deeply wounded in the house of our friends. Where wo looked for, sympathy and efficient aid in carrying out the nrominent. distinctive, and conserva tive principles of the great and glorious party to which we belong, wo have encountered hostility the more hiticr and proscriptivo because it was undeser ved and unprovoked...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 January 1844

fP' Tlu WllUrv I H"" It is stntcd in iho London Lib -ua-ixLJ 4wl Li LaiMQ U'rary Giiwitf, tli t n number of pi'isons ii Xt'..'; Is. .'i.-r.'. Be touched hisharp,and naiioiishcard, entranced. s o w :. JTVi'rrn or ,'ie occasion of the Agricultural Address tithe Itlh .ln'iii'triaiy b".'ie Ameiican Institute. tV MFCS DAVVT.3. Am "0!J Lang Sjrm." Whn o'er the btinv ocean wave, I'rnin ihtli oiprusi.in's strand, Our pilgrim father's fn.md a homo Upon this western land "God speed ihe plough I" t lie hrra-scriaj, ' God speed llm nuble plough !" Andrcho lhroudi two hundred yr.ira. Cms, " Speed (ho noble plough I" The f loamy forest hear I tlio voice, And bowed befor.' th" I.I11I0 i While Plenty shnutr d niter To 1, Who labeled with thespr.de " find speed ihe piinril g.ft to nun, " Godspeed tim nabln ploush !" And echo throut'h two hundred rMti, Ciics, "Speed tho nobis rlojjli I'1 TJ midst impcnctrr.hV wild, .ike magic, sprung to-diy, Wide fields of yellow waving corn, That, tmiling.'seeined 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 January 1844

1 jjy Ay a- NOT TUB GLORY OP CiHSAR BUT THE WELFARE OP ROME JJ IJU LING TON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2(5, 184.1. VOL. XYII....X0, U. BY H. . STACY. Wc republish tlio following very liamlsomo lines, for tiio purposo of correcting a rather important mistake wliicli occurred in con nection with tlio former publication. For tlio Hurlinston Tree Press. MX IIS On the death oMis Jcua Ann Whitney, late of Waterlury, 17. Mctliought a baml of nngcls hovered o'er A little group of kindred souls that stood Atound a Inppy fircsi !e. I'acli angel, Prom Clod himself received hissolcinn charge, To keep, preserve, defend each soul from harm ; To follow each through all the devious Paths' of Life, and sifcly moor them ill The port of Heaven nt last. Full well did they Fulfil ihtir weighty charge. Kach watched with Joaloiii care the happy soul entrusted To himself; and each wi'h oihct ied. To make them Mcit- When stoi ms of sorrow rolle.l, And grief oppressed their hearts, with nuxious brow, And heav...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 January 1844

s it i: I ! w Hoston, January The steamship, mid "was quiet" but thcro and in nil the province litem wero signs of much uneasi ness niul disaffection. Government wnro picpHiiiigthi'iiisrlwsliy raising such military nrrav in they roulJ. Tim country about HniTANf.iA, Caption Hewitt, from Halifax ' Madrid is described as healing tho appear mnl Liverpool, arrived tit Canard's wlmif, nncoofn Vfit c.imp. Somo of the officois nt about a quarter past 4 o'clock yesterday. f,ii.mls of Nnivacz no accused nf making Sho left Liverpool nt 71 P. M. on tho -lilt ; au a,snnt ,0 ,lr. 0iy1P f one of tlio pa iiift., nnd has had a comparatively smonili pr.rs xvlilch lt:id nl?''1 ns n rt:ion for Queen and fsvitrahlo passage fur ihe season. Wo chtislina's delay in coming to Paris, "do bolievo thai her corresponding pussago last n,Cs!ic causes wlYidi however wnuld cense to year was oftwenty days. Slits tilings 05 pis-. !tllcrfeip in n few months." This difficulty sengors; and wo havo receivod by her our 0r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 January 1844

THE GREAT LOG CABIN. ..... , .... ii:iln,.l Vn Our Whig broth on .. Iliclimom , n., , re creeling a log cabin of sufliciiint (lunch-, iom to soat two thousand persons, nnd i leave standing room for five hundred more. Wo presume it will lit-"filled to, ovorllow ing'1 morn tlmn nncu during tlin campaign. Tha Whig alludes to this erection in llio following strain : " Tlio Whig Club House begins to towr-r in its majestic proportions. It alrendy swells from tho earth nnd lifts its modest front to tho Skies. No decoration of arcliitecturu is there no Dasso Relievos, no Corinthian Columns, or Ionic refine ments of Genius nnd of taste. The House Hands a plain Republican House, a monu ment of the great Utilitarian spirit of the age most worthy of admiration because best adapted to its purposes ndomcd only by the great ends of Republican Liberty and national Regeneration to which it is to be appropiiatcd, nnd disdaining to strike tin; eye or to gratify tho taste, when human lib erty and man's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 January 1844

? bins'&rva ttn vTnrm-w I this moo v. i A'UUOa aUUJIO ATTORNEY AT LAW. .W,T Wnr..ll - Ml 7 cASswito . n II. i 1 ichcd hisharp.nnd nations heard, entrant cd. T .r 11,1,'s IS. II. Patriot. UULKIVS HILL. Iii 1S18, wo visited fur llio first time, lliccil's Iliil in CliarleMown, wbcro tlm itc ti'iu wliieb gave to tlin Urilisli regulars, some knowledge of thti cli.uuclor of I he People they had timlorlabi'ii to snbjugiite, was foitgbt 01 fjiiird.iy Jinn; 1", 177.3. A monument iMoctcil by King Sulomon's L'ulc, to fJiMi. Joseph Witrirn and hN riiI 1 1. 1 comrades, then stood upon tliu height. Tliu tliul't v;i ol' wuutl square resting upon a lit t 'k pedestal, containing in its four s Irs, four sl.itu l.ilis, on which wcro en sciilied tliu mil inipiutant rvtints ol'lhe llov dliition; ami if wo recollect tudy, tlm winds of Ids colebrnti'il Oiiitiou aftei lln; I'oston iM issuine : " The voice of our fnllii'i s' lilood cries to lis from tliu ground. My suns ftcorn to Im slaves," Alt ' m til...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 February 1844

ism NOT TUB GLOnV or C 3 S A K BUT TUB WBLTAHB OP HOME. BY IL B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1844. VOL. XVII....X0. 35. From tlio Nov York Tribune. SOXCi OV THE AMERICAN EAGliE. DV A LADV Or VEflMON'T, I build my nest on tlio mountain's crest, Where the wild winds rock my cnclets to f" I Where the lightnings flash nnd the Ihundcra crash. And the roaring torrcni9 fonii nnd dnsh ! For my spirit free henrcforili shall bo A type for tiie sons of Liberty. Aloft I fly, from my cyris high, Through the vnulled dome of the nzurc sky On n sunbeam lirii-ht take m v niry flight, And float in a flood of liquid light i For I love to play in the noontide ray, And bask in a blaze from the throno of Day. Away t sprine, with n'irelcss wine, On the feathery cloud I poise and swing j I dartdown the steep where the lightnings leap, And the clear blue camp tlowly sweep: For dpar to me is the reveirv Of a free and fearless Liberty. I love the hnd where the mountains stand Like the watc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 February 1844

, Wasiiinotmn, l'nd.iv, Jan. 1!). i , n.l'r iJ"i:J."r '''P,1'"1!1'," '":'" thu -Senate, m .1 lis U-ni,i aii'l breadth. The clfurt ur tho com! liiitlioon finance In confine thoaiicntiun of ih Hen HI" ?u "l vt. h i'ri-.Iiel!on of the .Senate over thn I. ill tiibitntted by Mr ilcDuflle, wns thwart. fi 1 l't i.'7.l0,,A 'if l,,cl'air- The merit not on ly of Alt MeOduVs bill, but ir Iho tariff nf 1SI2, amor llie j.rotccuvc syelom generally, aie now open far diciiion. ' An tn Mr McDitiTin's jp-ojh, 1 can say that it was one inivrly lislem-d to by Hie Jjsnatu, nn.l bv ihu must cioude-d nu.litoty tint lias appeared in iho Senile ch.inibe-r since Mr Clay's time. Ho U evident v much impaired in health and vigor, and has cer tain y lost much of h a former vehemence and vigor of Hrlivery. Tlitu were sonic striking passives of eloquence in theillort. and many buU paradoxes, and novel illus trations. Hegolover ihcijmttion of j iriidiclon in very in genious way, and thtvv his mam strenu-lh against ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 February 1844

For llio VSurli'iRtou Tree Press. ()U) KENTUCK IS COMING. OldKentuck U coming, O, ho I O lio ! bid Kcntuck is coming. O, lio ! O, ho I Tho people will bring htm to Washington, The ricoplo will bring llio man of (ho West, The man fonutir, the wisest nud heal. And show to the spoiler, their spoiling is done. Old Kcntuck is coming, Ac. The Locoa are trembling with rage and fear, For they know tho end of thoir power is near, Their hopa of cscapo is now melting away, For Kcntuck is coming, 0, ho I O, hoi For Kcntuck is cominj,', O, ho I 0, ho! To bring for their ruling a rcck'ning day. Old Kcntuck is coming, ec. The people arc rising with purpose strong, To burst from the bonds, they have borne so Ion?, They're rising, they're rising, to break from the toils 'Of n,l.-r u.t,.. (nr 1 1 1 CI PCOnlli's Stioils. And all are looking to IlE.snv Clav, To bring for the Nation a brighter day. So Kcntuck is coming, 0, ho t O, ho ! So Kcntuck Is coming, O, ho I O, hoi For tho voice of the people inv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 February 1844

u mm ilijtibib He touched his hnrp,nnd nations heard, entranced. run i).-:at;im;sh smii.c. I saw ono in her maidenlnod I'l 0111 whom llioiil'; hndlled, An I jet so lovely wai her dies It seemed she was not dead ; Her eyelids is in lccp were closed, Her brow was white like snow t A snide mil liimered on lie r check As it' 'twas loth to go I An I it may lie, n smile a street, So quiet and serene, Was never on lb- healihy brovf 01 Ji ing maiden seen. rerc'nnce ths wonlrotts bliss which bunt Upon her rapture! niiutl, When first she woke in glory's courts, Now left its trace behind. Her end wis peace. I thoujbt thit thff Who loved her should not grieve. For these last word they heard her say, "My spirit, Lord! receive." And wh?n they laid her in the rsrth, II' -1 !u--k s-,. tip) J the bio.im Tl ii "in'1- to --.icet t;.i gentle maid 1! .le v. nli her tu thu tomb I V.'ould it he s'ranfis if brighter tint Upon the blosrotns crept, Whit h fjiew abova the sncred spet Whi.ro that meek maiden s...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 February 1844

JP farm; fxtt fte NOT TBS O X. O H T OF 0 2) S A K BUT TBS WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1844. VOL. XVII....N". 30. From the Ladies' Companion for January. TUB MEItRY SLEIGH. BT LIEUT. O. W. FATTtN, V. S. A Jingle ! jingle 1 eleir the way 'Tis the merry merry sleigh 1 As it swiftly scuds along, Hear the burst of happy song, See the gleam of glances bright. Flashing o'er the pathway white: Jingle) jincle! how it whirls, Crowded full of laughing girls I Jingle! jingle) fast it flics, Sending shafts from hooded eyes; Roguish archers, I'll bo bound, Little hecdinc who they wound. See them with capricious pranks, Ploughing now the drifted banks i Jingle! jingle) 'mid their sice, Who among them cares for me 1 Jingle) jingle! on they go, Caps nnd bonnets white with snow) As the faces swimming past Nodding thro' the fleecy blast ; ISot a single robe they fold, To protect them from the cold: Jincle! iinclc! 'mid the storm, and frolic keep them warm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 February 1844

warns wmmm V.liOM WASHINGTON. Washington, Monday, Jan. 20. In tho Senate to-day the Southern feeling nn tho subject of abolition ami the tariff wan vory prominontly displayed, ami a farther Intimation was given of tho probablo course which tho Southern pconlo intend to pursue, to till thorn- solves from the oppressions and Insults to which thev assume tliat thev are exposed. I look up. on tho suggestion of Mr. McDaffic to-day, as a sort of authorized manifesto from the South, and I have no doubt it will he heeded as such. There are aimis tint tho irroat West may bo brought into the Icaguo with the South where of Mr McDufhV sneaks. In Mr McDiiffiu's speech, to-day, in reply to Mr Evans, on tho suliioct of tho tariff, after an swering Mr Evans' positions and endeavoring also to counteract tho tendency of his argument bv a resort to some ceneral principles of politi cal economy, he said that it was a mistake to suppose that all the various interests of tlm Union could be blended under ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 February 1844

For Iho Burlinglon Frco Press. LA UEPliKVUE. raoi the msscH. Qo lo if 10 Fairies ond ask their birth, An J why they ore revelling hero on earth t Speak to iho winds nnd nsk them their homo, And why o'er thoeorlh they deign toroctrit Soar in the heavens and rido tho air t Mount up to tho spheres and view them there i Traverre all naturo and fully scan The end and nim other wisest plan. Then when Iho compass of things you've traced, Above, below, in the trackless waste, Go view thyself in tho tnagie glas9, And ask of Nature, ns thus you pass, Whenco is tho wi-dom sho thus displays, iter being too, and her end of days I Thtn learn 'lis she, a mortal inspires, To pluck a brand from her lambent fires,. And dive to the depth of the human heart, And trill o'er its string with such magic art I mitotan, Jan. 1S14. S. E. L. Communication. Mm. Editor, tly n.i nrticlo which appeared in the Vermont Chronicle dated January 15ln, relating lo the Musical Convention which was held at Jericho Center ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 February 1844

S? s&S OTM f Jif tic touched liis hnrp.nnd nations heard, entranced. Tin: mtUN'KAitirs diiuam. "Who hath woe J who li-itli sorrow1) Iheythat tarry long at the wine." Prov. xxiii. 29, 30. O lempt nu- not to lite drunkard's draught, Willi ils soul-consuming gleam I O hide mo from iho woes thai waft Around the drunkard's dream? When ivglit fn holy silence brings Tho God-willed hour of sleep, Then, then thercd-cyed revel swings Ils bowl of poison deep. When morning waves its golden hair, And smiles o'er lull and lea, One sick'ning ray i doomed to glaro On yon rude revelry. Tho rocket's flnry moment pcd, Sinks block'ning back to earth t Yet darker deeper sinks his head Who shares in drunkard's mirth I Know ye the strep tho drunkard knows? That sleep, O who may tell? Or lio can sponk tho ficndful throes Of his self-heated hell! The soul all reft of heav'nly mark Defaced God's imago there Rolls down and down yon abyss dark To thy howling home, Despair 1 Or bedded his head upon broken h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 February 1844

m mmmm i i - Item mm WOT GLORY Or OiBSAK BUT THE WELFARE OP ROME BY II. B. STACY. THE AIlTIST II V Mil: UE.V1). Written on seeing a Painter attempting the like nest of a beautiful young lady in her coffin. Til MRS. LYD1A II. SIGOCRNEY. Oh, pure and beautiful I " Taere's rest for thct in Heaven ;" I read this lanrjuage on thy chisel's brow, Anil ill v" pale hp, although it breathe no sound. Bo faithful, Artist 1 Thou hast seen tho smile Of gentle friendship, (hat so oft would play Chanceful and sort, around those features fair: Heaven guide thy pencil to preserve that trace For weeping lovcl Hast seen the holy light Which from those eyes would beam, when in some hour Of aufl"eriii(? meeUv borne, she snake to those With whom her heart-firings twined, of perfect truth In me uivine ucuecmer ( 'Twcre not strange, If tarthly hues, should fail to catch that thought Which ha'l its birth in heaven, and hath gone back Thither again lock'd in an angel's breast. Ask not too much of man oh, ye w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 February 1844

if mm alias's rfisosi vasih,gto;v. Wajiiisht n, Stturday, Put), n. T:i tlio IlntiP, yoturilr.y, Me Cdding" nccu. Pl the morning ticnir in a speech advocating ' .i rofclmhng of tli'i lo.ilriclirn ruin, am! in ( ,in'tlei.illiiii of llif lint tution of tdavcry. Af ' r lie concluded, Mr .Slidell rosu Id add rota the IInuro upon t ho resolutions which c.inin Wn Hnnato in relation In tlm recent !;- Ii i ; M? Porter, Senator Irnni Louisiana. Whon M' yinli'll had onnoluJoiI thu House adjourned. Immediately alter the leading of thu journal li iv morning Mr Hulsor called tlm ntlcnlion id tlio Homo to n statement in the Boston Atlas. 1 1 ili Washington Correspondent, of tho alTi-ny liolwiuMi Mr AVeller and MrSehrivor, which he characterised as f.i li and malicious, as far as it referred lo his ictiun in that matter. Othur gentlemen, who ivcro implicated in that disgraceful transaction, hy the corrcspoii. dent, also rose and denied the trulli of the stale, mont as far as it related In them, aft...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 February 1844

whenerurho tliinlx rrop:r. lh will prolub'y I be Sccrcljjv of War. firm Saunders would liko to bo Secretary of tlio Navy. Cit. K nek ton, who is all.powprful, is ursine WnUvorth for tho Supremo Court nrancy. What do you y to N. I'. TaDmailgo ! NVasiiincitox, Fnliruary 10. A incflinp; of tlio Cibiiict was lielil yustortlay, at which tho names of Gov. Van Nr.ss of Vermont, Jutlgo Nelson and Chancellor Walworth of New Yorl;, wuro brought forward, anil their merits canvassed, for tho vacant Judge ship on tho bench of the Supremo Court. A sort of vote was taken on them, and re tailed ns follows : Fan Va Nr.ss. Ton Ntt.ro;.'. Fon WaLwohth. Upshur', Spencer, None. Hcnshsw, Wiriilifl'j 2 Porter 3. Still, whoso namo will bo sent in is yet doubtful. Nearly nil ,tho Loco-Foco Dele gation in the House signed a sort of " Beg gar's Petition " to tho President to givo Mr. Nation tho place. How mean, small and pitiful is such a coursn for a Judgo to take to endeavor to reach a scat in the highest J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 February 1844

WOMB ILIBIB It: touched Ii'ik Knrji, ami untioii.s licnrd, ciilrniifn!. Front llio Dentocintic Review. THE SiilV Wll'li AND TIIH OIjI). IV J. C. WIIITTIEI.. Hampton, N. II., is one uf the oldest settle merits in New England. It lias, perhaps, more than ita 'share of marvolniis anecdote, in which the celebrated Gen. M. a Yankee Faust is a celebrated character. The legend versifi. I'd belmv wan related to ino when a child, by a venerable family visitant. Hampton'- woods are still to-night. As ynn spire which breaks the light Of the lialf-f.iccd moon. No brtczo Hears the murmur of the sias From the long wliite bench or waves Elm leaves e'er the village graves. rrom the brief dieam of a bride, She hath wakiticd nt Ins sale, With Inlfulicred shriek and slari Feels she not his breathing In. ar 1 1 And ilie prissiire of Irs arm, And his breathing near and warm ! Lightly from the bridal bid .S'.irings tb'it f ur dishevelled hind; And, a feeling law, tuleiise, Half of shame, hull" innocence....

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