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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 July 1847

aSttKSS2S9G tart seized (jomo 800001 to Soto, tho Governor of Hu. atuseo, who declined to return more than $000 for distribution among tho guerrilla. Thii led lb a! grand row, in which I believe Santa Anna has in terfered, and will perhaps nettle the matter by tak ing tlio whole amount fur himself. VERMONT EIICENIX, rospectun to tlio I4tb Volume of the At the Vermont iou, u iM. v,n.: jaw ao. by m v. u'noBnix," uommenoiner on tho 2Gtn v.- .". uwi,niHB.iMtnii,.ua, - . 1 to Mrs Eunice Utinon, of Charleston, Vt. "- ,1 in vcrnnn, jnir 1J, Dy A. II. fYs.liliiirn i.sq ,r.lr llenry As an acknowledgment of the increasing and lib-1 Fifleeu Days Later from Europe Arrival e,al patronage it has. received, the next volume of Of the Britannia. ' I Ihe "Phojn'u" will commence with soma improve- The steamer Ilrilani.t reached Dorton on Satur f mcnts, designed to gire it still more value and fn- day, in less than thirleen days from l.iterpool. Her I Icrest to our subscribera. news la to the -JUi mat....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 July 1847

, m My Husband Uses Tobacco." ' lit liti in hit dull from morning to night, 'Til imoke, chew, smoke,' He riaee st diwn his pipe to ilglit, (Iocs puffing and chewing wllh ll hit might, 'lilt the liout of sleep. I'll liii delight To smoke, chew, smoks. The quid goes In wheli hie pipe goes out,- 'Tie chew, chew, chew. Now a cloud of smnxe pouri from nil thrott, Hien, liii mouth icndi conitsnt itesra iflott, BufTirirnl to citrj mill or bott. . Til chew, chew, chew. He tiu ill dij in a f moke or tij, Til po(T, pulT, puff, He growls al hit wife, the cit tnd dog, ' He covers with tilth the etipet and rog, And hit onl miner when I give him jog, li puff, puff, puff. The house til o'er from end to end, It imoke, imoke, tuioke. In winterer room my way I wend ; II to ttki.liii old ctolhri to pitch tnd mend, Ungrtteful perfumes will ever sseend, Of imoke, tmoke, imoke. M home or abroad, tftr or near, 'Tit t moke, chew imoke ; llii'mouth it stuffed from ctr to eir, Or puffing the ttump oft pipe t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 July 1847

r --ff ssplHt i i'ii- M m.-'-,lSSMI 21 Jfmnilji Newspaper, IBcuotc & to Politics, Cjomc SttbHslqi, News, &gcicn Uurc anb (General 3nt lltgcucc. 'nKBHV ... - - - " ' ' . M I -. .. VOL.UME XIII. rUDL13IlKU KV ERY THURSDAY BY RYTIIER & PLiATT. O. ir. PL, ATT, RDITOR. officeso. 2 wiieeier's stone bdildixb. Tikki To atngle subscribers, $,00 aye sr. To Cam pan'tes, and to Ihosa who pay jn advance, a liberal diaeounl will b made. 3Qi(cuituval. Fium Ibe Genesee Farmer. Cheese Makings The first thing to be looked after in a cheese dairy, is to provide a dozen or m ire, good cows, and these with a full and 'regular aupplr nf nutri tiou food. Upland pastures, nr herbage that grows on dty land yields mure cheese per gallon or milk, as well as more per week from the same cows, than grass which grows on wel, sour soils. Hating se cured a sufficient quantity of milk daily to mike a good cheese, the next step is to separate nil the curd from the whey, and renin as much of the but ter or...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 July 1847

Mo no no 1' cried llie girl, as she clasped it in both hers, and looked eagerly In his face. In a moment Philip's arm was round her, and his long. Inst, long-bcloted one wept jojful tears upon his breast. And do you indeed remember me still, Philip 1' nkod Stella with a doubtful look in her eyes. I law all these years brought no change t' 'It is you who oro changed, rnyjteIovcd,'Philip flowered, gazing earnestly at'herJ jj1'' An expression of rapturous1? irradiated.Stet la's face. fgf 'V. 'Yes I lam not noiv ai when you kncwjme I uni no longer blindjJJfc 3$?? j&M They sat togclherrhand jrr'liand, and talked bf all tint had happened since llicy pitted. Stella told her lover hour, after their forced, separation. months had elided inlotvcare and still sho heard no ! tidings of him ; how she and her father at last re turned to England, whero the skill of an eminent ' oculist restored to her the light or day, and all the delights of a world so long shut out from her. Thus her girlhoo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 July 1847

jSSISia . """-SrfTSTTSilT -'m .'i..' ISJssaiiaa H From Mexico. The simmer Palmetto at New Orleans on tlte 16ih, from Vera Cruz and Tnmpico. She brings news oiil; a few hours later from Vera Cruz, liar in? sailed the snrno da; with the Galveston. The. advices are a day later from 'I ampico TheN. O. Picayune is confident in in own opin io'if, that the news published at the Capital on the Cth, speaking of the terms of peace ottered by the United Stales, English mediation, &.C., was a hoax. Captain Major's cxpediatlon from Alvarado, gainst Pailec, was unsuccessful, Juranla has positive order to late no prisoners, and to hut to death, not only every American, but every Mexican he can catch, who has rendered ser vice to the Americans. Col. Pierce has not yet left Vera Cruz. The eight American prisoners who have arrived at New Orleans, Reported at Tampico that 30 othera attempted to escape with them, but were retaken, and three were shot in the pursuit. It was reported that De Riistcy'...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 July 1847

1 ij ,!.(..' Troublcs nlth the Chinese. . '1 If l From late, Erigliab 1'apera - Frtoit China, by tlia overland . mail, thcro conic accounts (through English sources alone) of a seri ous conflict between tho English and the Chiiise, in which, of course, llie latter wcro defeated and obliged to field lo the demands or their European nggressora. It appears that about the 1st of April Sir John Davis, tho English Qorrrnor of Hour Kong, excited by the piratical acts or tho Chinese, insults to English residents in Canton, and the al leged non-fulfillment of a former treaty, gathered a force of 1000 men, and proceeded in aereral ships of war to enter the Docca Tigris, that leads to Can ton; took the eereral forts at the mouth and on the islands of tho river, and destroyed all their availa ble ammunition and guns.. He then advanced to Whampoa and took all the formications there, and served their contents us before ; and having now removed all obstructions in the way, he proceeded up to Canto...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 August 1847

" . ii,, wwymiim .mump All , 21 iramtlji Nci)0papcr, EDcuotc tr to Politics, omc Jtibnattj), News, Sricn Itnw nno (general 3ntt tlicjcucc. VOLUME XIII. BRATTU21SORO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 18 4.7. NUMBER SO. PUBLISHED V K n Y THURSDAY BY RYTIIER & PLATT. O. II. PLATT, EDITOR. OFFICE No. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BUILDIM. Ttsns. To unglo sobscribers, tji,00 ye ar, To Com. paniea, and ta those who pny ia advance, liberal discount Trill be made. 8Ql'fCtlUUVclI. Princljilcs of Artificial Manuring. The tut nomber of thai most excellent Agricultural Journal, "Tlie Farmers Library," pub'ished in the city of New York, contains an essay on the above sub ject, by Professor Justin Llcbig, an euiioenl German Chemist, which, as it show how chemistry as a sci ence is brought to the aid of Agriculture, will be In- terestir.g to our readers. Starting from the admitted fact, that different soils produce grains in unequal proportions, and aro van ously aflrcted by the same manutes, he reasons that these eff...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 August 1847

, r- , it,1.,,tim.v t T Corriipmitnti if (Ai YtM Im C'tin-irr. Waltr Cure llydropatliic House. Drattlcdoro, Vi., 1817. Your correspondent has just arrived, and harJIjr become used to tlic ways of tho Establishment, or acquainted with its merits 'or demerits. The re sponsibility or the task will prevent hi in from giving any statements upon which invalids might act, ex. ccpt upon well ascertained grounds. In the course fit the summer you may expect several letters, and in thent will be found, Jbr tho benefit of the adlicU ed, reliable information of the efficacy of the Water Cure, and also tho true diameter and actual adran l,rea of this particular dispensary. The tillage of Bratlleboro is one of the most beautiful localities in the whole country. Within its bounds, and within the compass of the ordinarj walks of tlie invalids, are every variety of scenery that the faco of the globe can present, only except, ing an ocean, a desert, and a volcano. There are rivers, little rivers, cree...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 August 1847

9w' ions, having but llirce round of artillery cartridge left, and but a small stock of muskets. lie suc ceeded in making liia way, however, to 1'aouco, where lie was joined by his reinforcements. At the tune of the arrival of the Mary Summers the peo ple 01 the country ivcro rising cn mane, armed Willi cane knives, for the purpose of making a rush up. I cm our men while .sleep. nd fortunate wasitthi, Col. Marks arrived at the moment ; every one scorns to think that they would nave been indis- criminately massacred. Tlie two parties returned to Tampico on the ter, prevented the fulfilment of the requisition, but the Captain of the Saratoga sent 2.5 marines to the assistance ol uol. uales. From Cm. Taylor's Army. Kichmond, July S3. Ur the arrival at New Orleans, of the aleamcr James L. Day, we have advices from the Drazos to me lent lust. i ne Mexican forces at san Luis l'otosi were variously estimated. by some. even, at fourteen thousand. They are commanded by Gen. Valen cia, vtuu, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 August 1847

jdHNWaJBM i"ni lAt CVcrtlW (OAio) IfiraM. Take It Coolly. Life' woea era blcasinga in dilguise, M least, to think them so, is wise Wlut fate, for you, may yet devise, The d.rkcst hour that can aiiae, Su'. take It coolly ! When diaappoinlmenta gather Tut, And, like the leave on autumn's b!aatf Your dcareat, fondeal hope art cattt lie member, nothing, here. Can lsit, So take it coolly t Sailor, Willi lifitt that 'a nobly blare. When tenipeata riee, and billowa ravr, And every effort faila to aav. The aioktng ship Irom ocean grave, Slill tike it cooll; ! . SxiUlrri, when on the battle Held, Confronting foes that will not yield, lr plrceed, you fall upon the ahield, And lance, you can no longer wield. Still tike it cooll! Victim to Ueauty'a witching smile, l?tay, auicide not world your while J Tin. world la not the Klyiim l.le Til full of mischief una of guile ; So tike it coolly I If linked with one whole heart la colJ, An untamed ahrew who waslea your gold, Pretty and young, while you...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 August 1847

-uteA. Hi J ".' 'IS)!. jxn: !) VTr" 'i . rUU . wtts t.f -d'-ifn lil" r-lrrsffcl us!- j - I t 'irTP-r'W vojdume .sail. NUMBER"!. ' WMOt . .. . . . ..... nMiuwMfM arrWKariiHlrwirJf (iWWMWWB'ISWW' . . f.i .. " " . , ...rjr, ,.r .TI.-.-J-," . ww ' .-.g. 'nt.nr w .,m . . -aHfai- - mill himhihiiiiwi 71. 1 ' i.i V aaasBBsV I bbbbbi A Pl' lH I . .kWWWWWWW. 7fVV tasBBsV' I tassssa .tsV.l l f . , 'j..' , , . j,, . , ...... . ... . , - L , 7 I'WI W V '"' -T" r .' . . " . ' .- - -tit air . ,,-...-., . - , , . ,-- - ..IIT ' - ' - ' r.jfci.r Vrytiibb & PLATT. v -i . O. II. VLATT, EDJTOK'. 0l.CE--, 1 WlIEELER'S STOXE.Bl'UBIXn. ' Tir. To ln;l ulncriWtt, $2,00 a jeir. To Com. pan and to thos who paj, in adtance, a liberal discount will be mad. 8VftnUuvTfl. AVhat JfaBurc (lacs tkls ficlJ hcc4J This inquiry is bejond qamibn one"of thtf mot frequent nnd icfiportont tlial renla itWlf'lo the ..fanner. Willi the liglil which has, wilhin the laM few ' y''' been tlirorn upon the subject of manures, tlie...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 August 1847

t; ssjejw H-aaxjt if mm. IT MP ill a voice which ccliocJ afar oil' llirouyti tlie valley, 'Adio, senores adios, sctioresl" Uur rearicra may rancy tho interne excitement tint till scene produced among the prisoner, and will, no doubt, excuse them for to Tar forgetting their ilualion as to give three loud dicers as they saw the gallant Iltnrie leaving his punucra farbchind, nnd aafetr placed bevorfd their reach. Tim inlia. quent adrentures and sufferings of. Ilenrie are well i - I 1 n "--A " Kuunu iu urn maueia. Aiicriiitnj narrow escapes from the enemy, and starvation, and after losing his nolle mare, Ilenrie arrived safely in our camp, and gave the first authentic Intelligence of the can. sure ui nijjuri uatnca anu:Boriaiia a parly. Cocrttponitnct of tkt Asa Uirn Ctmitr. llvnnorATinc House, 1 . . , Brattlchoro, yt., June Dili, 1847. J It is impossible to grow weary of the diversified scenery of this delightful place. The course of the Connecticut, the Valley of the West river, and t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 August 1847

The Nen' York' papers contain the following im. , . jviivw will t'tlt,v. IVI.VIICU oj iei- pgtinh:- , The steamship Massachusetts arrived it New Orleans from VJ, 5nf mi 11, "Oil. .-i l. ailed on (lie 2!W. Her new is highly important. j" we reverse ui u rut was genertlly antici pated. The Vera Cruc papers ..f the 82d ,tate that ibe Peace Commissioners tailed in adjusting matters, notwithstanding the interference of the Britiah Min ister. The intelligence produced great excitement nl Vera Crut, and on alt sides preparations were liiible lo prosecute the war with redoubled vigor, Gen. Scott was to leave Puebla m the IGth or July, at the head of TWELVE THOUSAND MEN, for the capital. All delay now is at an end. Oar troops are burning to encounter the enemy. Santa Anna is said to have'under lias command TWENTV-TWO THOUSAND MEN; and ia iiiaking actire preparations for a determined and Moody resistaticc He has taken advantage of tjie preconcerted delaya of the Peace Commitsionera to tomo pu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 August 1847

i ,T7imn i Hwi VW' VJ i Hiaaaaaaaaawr dm J f m. .c liAiuivr-vmm t Trospeotus totlio 14th volume of the' "Fhcenlx," Commencing on the 26th of August. As in acknowledgment bt tiid Increasing and. it eral paironago it his teceived, iho noil volumo of llis "I'hrcnix" will cnriimence with soma improve ments, designed, to give it Mill 'more Value anil in terest to our subscribers. - - , 'f hough It is the largest newspaper in this sec tion of the State, wo ahall give it n new ilrcss of beautiful Jypn, by which the reading matter will be much increased, and at the samo time our advertis ing friends better served. With a subscription list iow exceeding seventeen hundred, we nfford nn extent of circulation or advertisements which fen country papers possess and our new arrangement will enable us to accommodate all, without encroach ing upon tho space allotted to miscellaneous read-"8- Additional prominence and raorc careful atlcn ion will be giren to tho department of agriculture. Having acce...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 August 1847

dip 1Hbs. . N ,,,'larv it .,!-1 -JV ,i(fW .... to, t io cl ! -mB Uif:f'0,B ... v. -. ...H iuit i'r: ..;,., a . -I nu cm '.. .. v. -. ,. nrti ,i, !,, a PTln ','f ) t. : w - , i . .... , , .SmW .OOk Bk. . . M tjiViarf'e.)m .sKk ..bWX ..H . mtm VOLUME XIII. PUBLISHED KVEIIYTIIURSOAV DY RYTHEB 8c PL ATT. 6. II. VL.XTT, EDITOR. OFFICE So. 2 IViiBElEu'S STONE BDILDIXO. Tiiuii. To linglo .utiieribcra, $i,00 i yeir. To Com. lni, ma io uoie who pi in idvince, t liberal dui-ount vrll b made. SCuvtcnltucnl. !.'Tne School JooriUi. ako Vkkmomt Aohicol TciST"laa new monthly publication, at Windsor, VI. The August number is filled wilh interesting matter on theaubjects to which it is confined, and we publish some jodlciouj remarks from it on "Buddine." Budding. Tun.SEiso.v. August is the season for buddine fruit tree. With cberrica and plums, and some times with apples and pears, one mar begin in Julr. .... ui in oepiemDer. i ne criterion in regard to the lima is, that the bud to be inserted is we...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 August 1847

11. orruBndenee of tht AVie tUven Utrald. atcr Cure-Hydropathic House, UnATTLF.noRO, June Ho, 1817. It would bo an injurious error to suppose that any of the moro powerful modes or treatment, as the plunge, douche, and running aitz, are ever ap plied in tho first instance or atmiptly.On the con trary, every one of theso is preluded by a careful preparation, cousieting of a graduated system of oains, beginning at seventy-nvo eighty negroes, doses of laudanum, drop by drop j and even when for any reason the treatment is for a while suspend ed, it is often recommended in the same manner as at first, and finally is as gradually terminated. There is no haste in Idling us down into the pool ot health, lor here Ihe.jvatcrs are always ongel-dir red. Accordingly jljnusl not be thought that the douclje about to-be described is suddenly applied to, a weak invalid, just out of his flannel, bed-gown, and slipper;. Yet though never administered so roughly as tocritianger the health, it mar, in am...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 August 1847

ir Later from Mexico. Ml'V m NflT r A (Ttrii A-. uKiiip 0'.V 1M1 ROUAOLE, Iltf Hi r.itlntln TM ..I. brings news from Tuebla up lo the JOih of July; klcll ie.ars that ihe innounecmeiit of theaorrendertil fl ico on mo nth tilt, iw premature, and (hat no had taken place at the dalcofour advicea. The tqeni upon the Capital has.howevcr, now taken pi and ere long we ahsll doubtless hear of ill actual do lall. RlCHUItND, Aug. 14, 18a .icjinci r nsnron nog arrived at New urieai Irorn Vera Crui. She lel tbe latter port on the Si Inst. Gen. Scott nai at Purhl.i nn ilm .mil, r t..i when thero was strong probability of an ImniediaV waiivu uu Alio AvBpiiai, Gen. Valencia arrived at the Canilal on Mooda , with 4000 troops. Cen. Peiice arrlrnl at Prni u an action with Ibo tTneiillru mir ! N.iUn.i n.t.i... Lieut. Siplon, of Indiana, and the Surgeon of the' ' . i V ueaa. i ne uoutler or the Brit ish Legation arrived at Vera Cruz on the 31st with correspondence from the Capital of Ihe 20th1; and Irom...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 August 1847

fc ft i i-i -funs SIT a& lib -x' ,1 Extract from Professor Alleo'a Valedictory fldresi to tbe-Medical Graduates of Pennsylvania MUegc, for 1310-7: "Before concluding, gentlemen, permit mo alio to observe, that (Ae exercise of ytur tailing thoulcl be made the sole purpose of your lives. It is In me dieind as in every other pursuit i When mora en gage attention none of them is likely to be well conducted, or some must fall a sacrifice to others. Besides, if well qualified for jour profession, a devo tion to it will ultimate) enable you to succeed; al though, as a general rule, a long time is required before a profitable practice can bo established. This is often a matter of complaint, as well as of despair, to a young; and worthjrman, parucuiatly when lie obserres the bold pretender and tho Igno rant empirio flourishing in the same community. It tries iiis patience, and no doubt frequently clrircs him out of the legitimate walks of his vocation in to ungenial paths of speculation,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 August 1847

VOLUME XIV. ( i URATTIiEBORO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26. 1847. ' femn .1.' rUDUSUKD EVEn Y THURSDAY BY 11YTHER fit PLATT. O. II. PtATT, KDITOIt. OTFlCU-xo. 2 wheels.,' io5B iii;jldis(o. Trims To in;lo suWribcni, 2,00 a year. To W10 pay In advance, n liberal discount will be made. PIC CJO L A . The Prisoner of Fenestrella t Or, Captivity Captive. BT U. O. SAIHTIXT., CHAPTER I. Clurlej Veramont, Count Je Charuey whose name is not wholly elTaced from the annals of modern science, and may be found inctibed in tho mysterious archives of the police under Napoleon, was endowed by na. ture with an uncommon capacity for study. Unluckily, however, his intelligence of !..J - -1 1 .1 t . I m . D uiiiiu, bciiuuicu uy me lorma oi a college education, had taken a disputatious turn. Ife was an able logician rather than a sound reasoncr; and there was in Charney the composition or a learned man, but not of a philosopher. At twenty-fire, the count was master of seven languages 1 but instead of following th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 August 1847

in courso of time, and tlio regular way, Fur if you wcro to make an attempt it es cape" "Well I and If I were t" said Clmiiey, wjiii a smile. "Thunder and hail I you'd find Ludovi co a stout obstacle in your war I I'd order the sentry to lire at you, wilh ai little ecru nlo ai at a rabbit! Such arc my instruction! ! Dut as to doing mischief to a poor harmless gilly-flower, I look upon tint man they tell nf who killed the pet-spider of the prisoner under his charge, a. a wretch not worthy to lie a gaoler I l was a base action, tectum so, nay. a crimo!" Charuey felt amazed and touched by tho ditcoTcry of ao much sensibility on the part ol his gaoler. uui now that ho had begun to enlertaiu an esteem for the man, his van ity rendered it doubly essential to assign a rational motive lor his passion. "Accept my thanks, good Ludivico," said iie,'"iur your rood win. l own mat me Dlant in question affords mo scope for a r ricty of scientific observations. I am fond of studying its physiologic...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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