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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 August 1847

W.is,. flilt".'iWl Iff1 "''- WrSBBBBBBBB-E 1 'cowl l! iYatfOJw InttiUnenctr. Jack Donniiig's LettcrsiVo. 3. On the Uoid to Msjico, August , 1847, Mcssas Ost-rs ti StATON Bear od lritndtil (pose you'll bo aniatingly disap pinted to find I'm away oil here, pusliin on lit the scat of war, anil diil'nl call to fire you when I come through Washington. Hut you muil not blame me lor it, lor I couldn't hclii ilj the President wouldn't let me call; he raid 1 tvaa getting quite tun thick with yuu, writing let ter! to you Mid all that. And when he tjHiVe about the letter, he looked kind of red, and showed considerable spunk. Saya he, Major Downing, I hare put a good deal id confidence in you a a friend ol my ad ministration) and II you are a friend to it, you muat let Galea and Beaton alone; keep nut of their way and have nothing to do with themj they arc llangeroua miachiel making tellers, eternally prckin at my adminiatration, all weather. Let me try to keep thlnga ever so tang, and lay my p...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 August 1847

"Willlou for yoii.M?Ils9 li. Thai loci the port. love hit thtuHt J lit thought! half hid in golden drrams, Which malt thrice air the longs and ttrtaml Of air and carfA Uartj Cornwall. My first wild worship fit the ihrino Of Loto to thec I bring", flie witchery of eye like thine Might moro the dumb to sing I My heart Is resolute and strong, My hand Is true and free, And in the burning word of son; I offer them to lf.ee 1 I know thee proud upon thy brow I have seen haughty scorn And pride, becoming such m tltou, In pride and beauty torn I If thou wcrt not so proud and cold, And distant unto me, Thli love of mine were not so bold I were not proud of thee I 1 hare no gifts of land or gold, No riches lo bestow, And no high name and title old Of anity to show j I gire thec, maiden, manly love, And promUe to be strong, And lift thy noble name aborc The world, upon my ongl 0, 1 will win a deathless name Anions the men of earth, And lead to new and nobler time The land that gate me birth ; O...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 September 1847

... ; . & Pwtfta k!lf' ' Vermont $ hcmi& VOLUME XIV. BRAl'TLrEBOUO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2? 1847. NUMBER 2 4 published r.vr.nYTiiunsi)AY BY RYTHER At PLATT. O. II. PLATT, EDITOR. OFFICEuo. a wiieclcii's none bcilcixo. Tciut s-To single subscribers, $2,00 a year. To Companies, and U109C who pay In adroncc, a liberal discount will be made. from tht Boiton Ttuntcript. My Mother. There m a smile, 'twas conched la lore j Behind it lurked no ill , That smile could every thing rcmOTe, Could every anguish still It played in almost every breath, On checks tliat knew no guile j And left its footsteps there in death It was my mother's smile. There was a tear, I've seen It fell, And break upon my breast; And there Its hallowed fragments all In sweet memorial rest. Long time kind heaven refused to dry That lucid drop so dear; As't linger'd In her dying eye. It was my mother's tear. There was a kiss, the mind could calm, Its sweets I loved to sip ; As't fell like somo celestial halm Upon t...

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

liis arms sleep enraptured under in shade decorating it with bracelets and chains of gold, when compelled to bid adieu to his rtrdant favorite!" As the convalescence of llio Count pro cceded. hs was reclining one morning ab sorbed in thought in his own chamber, ol which he had not yet ventured to cross the threshold, when Ins door was suddenly burst open, and Ludovico with a radiant counte nance hastened towards him, "Vitloria!" cried he. "The creature is in bloom. J'icciota tPtect'otelta !JiglU otcia rnia!" "In bloom !" said Charney, starting up. "Let me see her. I must sec the blossom." In rain did the worthy jailer represent the imprudence of going too soon into the air; and implore the Count to delay the under taking for a day or two. Tho morning was uncertain the. atmosphere chilly. A re lapse, might brine the invalid once more to the gates of death. But Charney was deaf in an remonstrance lie consented only to wait an hour, that the sun might become nne of the party. "Ficciola...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 September 1847

From rte A. 1. Vrrhme. The Milniot I'rouso. Wlial ii Iha Wilmol Proviso 1 It is a simple declaration uu I lie part ol tiongrcjss inu in no territory nercalter ad ded to the United States by purchase, con quest, voluntary annotation or ollict wise, shall the institution of Domestic Slavery be recognized by the Ian 3 and constituted au thorities of the L'nited States. What was the origin of the Proviso ! The principle it embodies was first pro posed loathe Congress of the Confedera tion in 1781, by a Committee of whom a majority wcro from Slave-holding States, and Thortias Jcliursini was Chairman.. That Committee was instructed to prepare and report a plan (or the government of the Wesicrn Territory, now composing the States of Ohio, Indiana, Sic. .Mr Jefferson reported that it should be formed into Stiles under the folloninj regulation anion oth ers : "That after the sear 1800, of tho Chris tian era, there shall be neither slatery, nor involuntary servitude in any or the said Slates,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 September 1847

St0VfCHUUVrtl. Cultivation of the Soil for Fruit Trees. Tho importance of good transplanting lias been already noticed; yet very few practice it as tt should ue done. There is anotticr department in the care of fruit trees, still less known and apprecia ted, and still more important ; perhaps not so much so in itself as from its almost uni versal neglect, and the consequent disas trous results. This is thorough cultivation of the soil. Tor, of many hundred of trees winch the writer lias seen transplanted by various cultivators, moro have been lost from neglected AtTER-cuLTunc, than from all other causes put together. Persons who purchase young trees treat them variously, as follows : 1. Somo kill them atoncoby drying them in the sun or wind, or freezing them in tho cold. 2. Others kill them by crowding the roots into small holes in Hard ground, where they can never tlourish, and rarclv live. 3. Others set them out well, but that is all. This dono, they consider tho whole work as fin...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1847

, iiitkir..' . f --r ... TJ. Last . .'v1 -..t ' ii r i f , 1 . J 3' ,4 s-a ( ,.' . .i-jtf frtr.T M''ti! Krt '' i i '.' t f ( ;. . " 1 -s 'V-f-'t -'i if 'I W ' , ' ... .. ... .!.... . ' :-!.-Tu -.svf (,(,, tr4tf1 ' , ' " ,' i 'ill ...... ,v . V.OJJLTME XIV. ImATTIiKfcOROj THURSDAY,, SEPTEMUER 9. 1847. i i miiniiT 11 1 it in r rbnr;fSnt;n kveiivtiiuhsdav nv RYTHER &. PLATT. OFFICE xa. 3 Wiif.ileh's xosK ncttblKA. Tr.usTo single mnttxM,S2,0O a year. To Corapanlfs ana those who sy In a.lrahce,ft liberal ui.rouni wiu be Made. P I C CM O LA. THE FRISMiRR p FKNKSTRKLLA Or, Captivity Captive. JIT M.V, S.11XTIX& CIIAPTEP. IX. The physician of the prison condescend cil to authorize on the morrow, the Count uo vymrnej j resumption oi tin iiaily exer cise, lie was allowed the freedom of Iho little court, not only at the usual hours, but at any moment of the day. Air and oxer- cue were consumed indispensable to his recovery ; and thus, the prisoner was' en- .wivi - u'nj llllliacil UIICIT...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1847

sjta 1 I. life under orders of llio President, was in terri tory ulilcli liml never been in the actual susscssion of Texas, nnd which line contin ued, sinco as beforo Texan independence, subject to Mexican authority, it is worse than idle to question. Whether wo had a right to claim under Texas beyond what Texas held in actual subjection In her law may bo disputed ; bul even admitting thaTi o had a valid title to all of Mexico to' tvliicli Tp!l. astv nrnnii. In ml . ultim there can be no doubt that a little patience would have enabled us to adjust peaceably uio question oi uonnuarv between me two ,... KlI. VI..S IP . La j . , . Iliuuilb9i JJUI II STUIS1UUU UUIIIV HI ISUI31 Mo might, at any time, harp fixed upon the uuunuary we imeiiuuu iu maintain, anu coil fined ourselves simply lo its defence. The real causa of the war, diiguiso It as wemay, was inn act oi iiiQ rrcsiucm in ordering the troops under General Taylor lo the Rio Grande, an act dono on his solo responsi bility, vthile C...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1847

VERMONT -PHOENIX The Flection. Wo liavo delayed our Edition In ohta to furnish returns from the County nml other parti of tho State, but lutvo not much to report. It will 13 seen that llio tote isextremclysmall, In manycmcsriol generally lialf llio muni number. In most ol tho inwni pneral politics wire merged In local ouAr. rcls. In Rockingham, our .friends at Bellows Falls and S. Itlvcr, carried tlitlr rivalry and local fctllrur' so far as to elect a Locofiico. In nroohliue, Dover, Marlboro anil New fa ne there wns no eliOleo Init year. Tho Democratic Hcprcciitntlte In Wortlsboro has tho certificate ami claim to ho elected, It la .lid by othen tlint there was no choice. In Brook- lino nnd Dover, Democrats, and In Ken fane ft Willi has been elected. Upon Governor and Senators tho aggregate vote is much Hnollcr. but tho rclatlro vote about thciameiui formerly. Wo havetomo lean that wo shall loio a Senator In Rutland from local divisions, but hare heard nothing. Wo are obliged to lite...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1847

SlQVfcultuvnl. Making nnd Preserving Under. Lvcrjr former may Intro noticed dial I lit price obtained for whatever lie lias to roll, always depends more or Icss-on tlio quality ; but in nothing, perhaps, is this to particu larly conspicuous ns in llio article of butter Double or Ircblo tlio price is readily obtain- cd for tomo butter, that poor or ordinary butter mil bring, in the XMciv lorKmiu Boston markets, the price of bultrr ranges from eight to twenty-Cue cents, per pound, Wo could namo dairies, the butler from which lias brought Irom twenty to meiily flre cents per pound for years in succession, Now this diltcrenco is caused by nualitu, nnd how important it is that this principle should uc uuiy regarded. The first important requisite in the man ufacture of good butter, is, that I ho milk be kept in A proper temperature, and tins, ex pcrienco has proved to bo from GO to 09 ile jirecs. To secure this temperature, the inilk-room must be protected as much ns iiossiuio against me ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 September 1847

- tier mom ! r : 13 iicatffiril VOIUME XIV. PUBLISHED EVEItY THURSDAY BY RYTHER V PLATT. O. II. PLATT, EDITOR. OFFICE so. wiiezler's stome ncitbiHo 1 xaxs. To slnglo subscribers, 2,00 year. To Companlesand those who pay la advance, a liberal uiscount wilt r made. BUSINESS CARDS. HENRY GliAIlK, Aocxr or Wisdimm Cocstt Motcal Fire 1KSUR4KCE UOMrAXT, (58) i?raWoro, U Ij. O . ME AD, ElttorittH nirt ttouiistlor nt anto rxAcricixo is Tiic counts or VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE. Commissioner appointed to uke proof ami acltnoitl- tuguictii ui i ,ceus ami ouicr instruments, to bo reconlptl nruihl In tin. Rtain nf K'au. Vn,t Agent for the .Etna anil lToteetion Iiunrance Cora panics, iiantoru, (,onn. iniannarall Vlnili of property on the most reasonable terms. J p. srnio.vits, xaxcractcxer add ivealxb 1h Ladies', Gextleviex's, Misses' axd Ciiiuee!i' Roots, Shoes and Rubbrrs, HatFi Building, nrary oppositt Smith's Stvge House. E . II A It X , FaNliionable Tailor o. 8 Geanitk Kott, BnATTUBono, Yc. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 September 1847

Ah Accomplished Rascal, A most finished piece of rascality was lately perpetrated unon a widow litdr residintr In Da- Hen, Stamford Co., by a nan culling Idmsclf UALVis a. 1IALL. An account or the allalr has been published, at tho request of the injured lady, in tno "stamiom advocate, and is as loi lows) This Ilall canto to Daricn tomo time last Spring, in the capacity of a journeyman (hoc jMktr, hud obtained work of Sir Fuller. Ho was in tno neighborhood but a day or two, before ho "elected out a widow then residing with her pa rents, and worth somo sorcn or eight thousand dollars, as his victim. By the aid of a treacher ous femalo neighbor, (who, it is confidently be lieved, received a handsome reward for her ser vices,) ho soon obtained an interview with the widow laciy, anu ny laiso representation or ii circumstances and Prospects, confirmed bv hi female conspirator, in about two weeks succeed ed in prevailing upon his victim to accompany him to Port Chester, unbeknown to her pa...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 September 1847

i. s3i'. TJtl mmr!" ? and that no ingenuity or concession on our part, snort ui uaiiuiiiu tiL-uuuur, can MTU us irotn III iieccssitv of taking "cornoral seisin H of id country, n, tlio lawyers say, and holding- it until our Congress rhall determine what further stem 1 -11 1... ..1 1 .1- .1 t . miuii iw iun.en. iu uu nits require, a tnucii larger force tlian On. Scott had when lio left l'uebla. 1 hero slionM at least bo ono lino of j communication kept open between tho capital and our ports ot deposit and supply. What nrail would it bo for both Generals Taylor and bcott to adrancn at tho some timo on the car tal, when tho rear of both armies is left uneoy ercd and their commnnlcations closed ? They would,of course, capturo the city, but all tho coun try around them would lio iu tho hands of ilm enemy, and they would lw shut out from their supplies nnd reinforcements. Tho passago of i no armies uirougn imo aiatca leaves tho people as far from being subdued and as hostile as they were ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 September 1847

4 SlOVftllUUf.il. Vow Me Albany Cultmitor. Breeding Horses. Wo liaro but few breeds of horses in Ihis country. The breeding of llieso animals is 1101 iicrc bBiiieu un wiin mat system, aim Willi a view to the establishment or distinct varieties, that it is in England. Wo hate the raco horse, more or less, in different parts of the country. In Caiu.la, wo have a variety of the hone original! introduced into France; but now much stunted, in general, from the severity of tho climate ami ute scarcity 01 looil, though still prt serving in it marked decree theleadinz fea tures of the parent stock. In Pennsylvania vro have a branch of the Flanders stock, in troduced by emigrants from Germany and tlie Netherlands, l Hoy are In some instsn ces bred with considerable care, and cihib it tho large size and peculiar form of tho heavier class of draught horses. We have occasionally had broushtlicro from Enzland, dilTcrenl varieties of tho earl and draught Horses, but they are not bred by themselve...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1847

'V stlspfssflBEs; i 4rt 1X .-stilt V !' tib-Kiflii :' MvI . , vV:at. iSCMts- jtunub, m Ws JW JW ' ' d "I IK'lMl f- i.. I'll v 0. lo h .... - ; tnrmi m I ri , i . i - spf.i w'! lew, I jmttiMtyiWM twi as) ' !. ,MrV.l.lrn, ft' i (Ills "J H .I k' ii m..'m,i !- i:-ipBi' tspA watp -aKr . - . !,V..,' ' . ;-4fci itat;' BV ' nsrltfr, I1 ji.lI(llf'rtHil ; ii! - at " SEW BEX a- - - -a. i oxilMHWMLJ . CTT ' C VtiltfME XIV. rUBtlSHF.li UVBItY THUItSDAY BY KYTHER tV PLATT. O. II. PI. ATT, ED IT OH. OFFICE ho. 3 VheeixrV btose; nriiowd.l TebusTo single satarribcrs, 32,00 a year. To Companies, tail thoo who Jwy In ndnuicc, a liberal ancount will be maa. BUSINESS CARDS. 1IIZNIIY CLAltK, Aocxt or Wjiniu Cotnirr Mctual 'iu (M) DrattUion, I?. Ii. O . MB AD. SUtorncs ani Counselor at iato, TKACTICIXU J TUB COCSTS Or VERMONT AifD AK II' HAMPSHIRE. CommlMloner tppoinled lo ItLe proof Mil trknonl- cumcufc ui Iecus kdu oincr imiruratnti, lo bo recorded or used In ihe Rum nf vrv Agent for ilia nl rrotcctlon ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1847

petition fur the femoral of the two misera ble stones that impcdu its growth. By tho vimc mat wtiaom lias decided tho question the plant will bo ilciil ; ami it is therefore to your compassion, tire, I appeal for Iho preservation of my plant. Issue orders that ma vet prcicrro it from destruction, and f myself from despair,! implore It on my ' bended knees; and should you deign to fa vour my suit, tho benefit vouchsafed by jour majesty shall bo recorded in the minoat depths or my heart I "I admit, aire, that this poor plant has softened the rengeanee doomed by your majesty to (all upon my devoted head, but it has also subdued my pride, and east mo a suppliant at your feet. From the height of your uouuio tnrone, deign Wierelore to ex tend a pitying glance towards us. It is not for your majesty 'to appreciate the power exercised by solitary confinement over even tho 'strongest heart, the most iron, fortitude. I do not complain of my captivity, I support my sentence with resignation. Bo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1847

Farther Iitcmting. Bctaik Mkiu Bituu i itwreru iHcrniHHca. Taccbata. Anr. 17. 117. The official report rf Gen. SaUs, who way second in command at Contreras, aval wfcj is now a prisoner, has bwn piibHihcd in Me.ticcv He admits ihat Ins defeat iraj total, bat M listed, lays tbe blame on tnmc of his brother officers. He tart that on the afternoon or the 13 th lilt was while no one was irtorntn- their fire.i Mexicans fought with uncommon valorem) en- tnnsiasra, out uut early on toe morula of tbe 30th Aug. they were suddenly Mtmioded uj at once thrown into confonoa. and in the end ntterly rooted. Salts tays that at the outset of xnc uisoruer ne stioate.1, - i irtcry for Mtuco, wjemi we irurapeu to soturij ana tureexcu Gen. Torrejon to charge with his lancers; bat according to the same accounts, that officer fled in the most cowardly manner, the fnfafttry rot mixed tip with the cavalry and also fled, and the rout of ail was complete and most utattroua. Salts tay that Gen. Valencia ran off...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1847

For llit Vermont Phcmtt. Patent Mcdiefacs. Hot all ye sick and drooping ones, Reduced, as 'twere, to skin and bones, Without a hope of cure Conic, while the flame of life Cloth last, And sit ye down A( my repast, And ye shall health secure. ' Iff re' Montague! "Lung Indian Syrup," . Tour long of all disease to clear tip, , And stop jour tough and w heeling ) Take It, and you will breathe ns free, Forever, as ye do to-day 1 care burning up or freezing. Here's Dr. Kingsley's Family rills," To "gentleman's and ladle' All, oUti) i An overpowering foe ( S-Take these, tliough yo are cured with t'other, v J And yoll be father, soon, or mother, And sarcd from all your wo. . Please now, Oh, husband dear, or wife, Try"" Biichan'i Balsam," lure, " of Life," Called u Uio great remedy." All colds and coughs thereat will seud. Like rats and mice at Noah's flood, And ne'rer more come nigh. Aroye ttildcaf J Ye can be cured ; To ".Cooper's Oil" but be allured, And nuick as thought yell Lear. SDon'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. — 30 September 1847

' " ';?! art -flf ' 0 TrTOrll - ltiiiiwiniiipjiiiii),! , " ' '" s; -rTM tiiv4 VOLUME XIV. BRATTL.EBORO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1847. NUMBER C. l'CBLISHED EVEBV THURSDAY BTi RYTHER &. PIjATT. O. II. PI. ATT, EDITOR. OFFICE xo. x wuzrtxss stosx sciistws. Tram. To .n-jfe wWribcn, iiw a jrar. To Cacijwuo. sad dboK who fay m sdrtace. a t&rnl dis-rwnit vuES Ic made BUSINESS CARDS. Asr oi WCorMcrca. rM Coxeatr, . . 1 ,-- T- r . i; V"Bxrm, II Ii. U. BEAD, auorirrn ano coaastlor nt Xate. rsarric4 it Tut coram or IX&WO.Vr IXD JSB ' ILiitPSUlRE, CoriTaiwoiTaytniatotiajpaGiaaJackaowt-. cdpneat ol Drals aul her Iiutranma, to be reronfcil otomiI intittSealt of Xrw Tort .lsa be the .tlna ami Fratmioa laszrawe Cdq- pe1" 5, : lUSCTJCTCZU axb cuua Libiu . Gcxtixxzs a, Muaza ua Boots. Shoes anil RnbBers, E. HART, Faakionaale Tailor, N-x Qxumx Bow. BaATTranotn. Tr. (13) GEOllGE CITLER Ai CO oauixxs 13 jlsx acasTracTraxaa or BOOTS. SHOES. ASH GAITEBS. Ko. 3 Burr How- Brcsicbora. Vt, (U) JOi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1847

nr shops, liVo ro many tUlls at a fair. Away with this weed at once, and cicry lliing belonging to ill" Ludovico turned hi eyes alternately lo wards tlio captain, tire Count, and tho flow tr, and was about to interpose a word or two of expostulation, "iiilenen !" cried tho commandant; "silence, and do your duly." Thus fiercely admonished, I.udoiico held lis peace; removing the pipe once more from Ins mouth, tin extinguished it, shook milt the dost, and deposited it on the edga nf the will while ho proceeded to business. Deliberately laying aside his cap, hi waist coal; and rubbing his hands as If to gain courao-o for tho iob. he paused a moment, then suddenlr, with a movement of anger m'ir against himself or his chief, seized tho liaybands and matting, and dispersed them over tho court. Next went tlio uprights which had supported 'them ; which lie tore up one after the oilier, 1roko over his knee, and throw thepioces on the pavement. His former tenderness lor Ticciola seemed sud den...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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