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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 December 1846

WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. !. r. WALTON, JH., r.UITOIt. MONTPEl.lER, THURSDAY. DEC. 10, 1810. FOR CONGRESS, FOURTH DISTRICT, GEO. B. C1IANDLEK. Mr. Clinmllet briefly "JcHiioil Im position" In frank anil nn mlltftltftHIp Iron". Iln ilrclnrril liiinftoir la 1,0 In lUlor of ft JPJltf'JCJiCTIl'll 'T.tHMI't' f nnil Hint Micro mlclil be no inl.tnkc" about hi? declaration!, nucli in Imvc unluckily liapprnnl In tha cnio or ''rcfluVnl 1'ulk, Mr. Ililtlnsliain, anil otlicr inf n of liko tnmn, Mr. Cluimllcr ilpclnrnl Hint ho w for the Ittil'JC.tJj of the M'rre Venae 'M'aritV of IS Irt. nnil for tho MCMlSWCl.tTtlKV ' 'J'MIMi M'MtOI'ISCX'ifti V.tltMl'Mf 1HIU, with Pro tectiio VV hit? toexreuto that law rnitl.fully, full)- anil lioncitljr. lie ulin ilccUrcd hlinielf to Im In floor of lUntrluudng tlio pro ceeds of tho IHblic Miami to the ftelt-ral Ptnlci j ill fdtor of if tie ll'Chlcutiftl Wffir, to prpent tho power anil pattonm-p of tho Uoerntiient fiom IWng hrouglit tu henr upon n aeconil clnctlon ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 December 1846

THE MEXICAN WAR. INTKMJanNCH t'UOM MRXICO. Filasof Vera Crux p.ipora to tho 7lli inst. inclu sive, liavo boon rocoivcil nt tho Navy Dopirtmotit. Tlio moat prominent itoms ofintorostor importance contalnod in tliom nro nnticipatcd by the uxlracts which wo have already furnished from tho Now Or leans papers. Tho gonoral character of tho contonts of theso papers, on our translator Informs us, indicates a de termination on the part of tliu people of Mexico to rouso tliomsclvca to somo (jroat cll'ort. All means nro mado use of to excite a national spirit nnd in ilamo national animosity. Tho most exaggerated accounts aro (jivnn of tho excesses commuted by tho American (volunteer) troops at Monterey, who nro charged Willi robbery, murder nnd lapo. Ex tracts of loiters from the United States aro publish ed, in which it is represented that our people, cspo- daily in tho Northern States, havo become thor oughly disgusted with tho war, on account of lU onoruioua expenses, amounting to half a m...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 December 1846

SEPTEMBER, 1846. 1EW TOOBS I nit eat jmuncTioN ov piuonst LYMAN & KING II .VI! received Hie InrgPft l' "J... ,,.,-. ver oflVrod in. IM maifcnl. Tn tlm") who have no liberally i.fronlHd onrCASII KSTAIIMSIIMKNT, o need JJ nolhlniM but tnllimo who lull' nut, wo would .ay, wo I.AtUllfa and Ull MAI'P.R stuck il foods, purchased " York uml lln.mn with CASH, Ihan uny other store In liur.in. Ion cir Jlonlpellen 30.) pieces I'll I NTH, f,'l im At.PAIJOAri, 50 piece. imOAIM!l.OTMfl 4 n P.ic.kln CAtSSLMUHL:), 20 ps t-nllinel., , SO p. Heaver Cloths, 100 vlelT'i lit Blinwbi Will Vest Patterns, AO ps HilK Handkerchiefs, fit) ilo Moves, E. p. drloan. l, times, JO ps Indian i Cloth., 10 n tliejon Check, 1011 p. Mouslin DcLalns, f) p. Ciis.ltneros, AO Unmet lines. 20 l.i Keys fur children, ffr- Wo will sell the Above flood, at a .mall commission (rum iioe rMi.penuors, Now-VotkcoM. Receded, aOOOIIiiSUOAKH, mo) iii. coitix, 100,1 IIh TOIIACCO, 20in I'u TKAri, 100.1 I'm Snloratus, (101 IIh (linger...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 December 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL IUONTPELIE11, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 184G. VOL. XLI. NO. 5.-WIIOLE NO. 209G. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. , , POETRY. Flora lllnckwood'i ilognxino fur Noiemlier. HONOUit TO TliE PLOUGH. Thoujli clondi o'ercint out nallvo k)r, And f.'eni tu illin tlio r.un, t Wo Will not ion In ljnsuor lie, til ilcem tho day Uilnnol Tho mini ulU wo toyed boforo No ion Mo'llrlicilfli nowl Ami crcmn tho lummict. hi of yore, Willi Honour to llio l'lmigh. In llic.o fair ncll, whov penccfut ipoll To fnitli nml Iiojio mo rjlvcn, We'll ieik llio i IO ttlth lioncit toll, Ami lenvo tlio rent lo llrmcm We'll gird in to our work liko intrl Wliu own a holy low, And If In Joy mo rrcct ngnin, Clio Honour to llio l'lougli. Let Art. nrrnyM In msic power With Lonmir, hnnd In hnuil, Co forth, and now in peril' hour rjuitiin n .Inking Mud. Let novel Sloili unneiio tho arm, Or Fi'iir tlio ppirlt cow Tlieno word alone phould work a charm All Honour to llio l'lo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 December 1846

4K Votl al tho liofiil of that valiant tirmy, oiltior fighting already, or (ircparlnp for tlio operations of a cam paign j" aiul "supposing yon ntrcatly on.tlio theatre 'of operations, and with all the forces osscmblcd, it is indlsponsablo that liostilitics bo commenced, yourself taking tlio initiative ngainst tho enemy." Tho movement of our tinny to tlio Hlo Grande was mndetiy tho commanding general under posi tivo orilers to abstain from nil aggressive nets to wards Mexico, or Mexican citizens, nnd to rcganl thn relations between tho two countries ns peace ful, unless Mexico should iloclaro war, or commit acts of liostilitics indicative of a stato of war) and theso orders ho faithfully executed. Whilst occu pying his position on tho oast bank of the Rio Grande, within tlio limits of Texas, then recently admitted as oho of the States of onr Union, tho 'commanding gcn'cral of tho Mexican forces, who. in pursuance of tho orders of his government, had collected n largo army on the opp...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 December 1846

policy to artorJ facilities tfl our citizens to tieeomo the manors, nt low onJ moderate rates, of freeholds of their turn, intcad of lieliiif the tctnnla anil do pendants of other. If it ho npprcliendecl that iIimo land', if reduced in prico, woitld bo spcurcd in larjfo qitantltlns hy upeculatora or capitalists, the ealr may ho restricted, in limited quantities, to ncttial settlers, or persons puiclinslng for purposes of cultivation. In my last annual mcssnpo I submitted for the consideration ot CtmarcM tho present system of manigtiijr mineral lands of tho United Slates, and recommended that thoy should bu brought into the market ii 'd sold, upon such terms and under such rc8tnci1or,j as Congress mijrht prescribe, Hy tliu net of tlio I lib nf July last, "tho reserved lead mines mid contiguous lands In tho Stales of Illi nois and Arkansas, and Territories of Wisconsin and lui' i.," were authorized to bo sold. Tho act is confined in its operation, to "lead mines and con tiguous 'ands....

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 December 1846

Hi- SABLE IRON WORKS. S. BUKBANK JR., A MONTPKLIBR, VRKMONT. Thejigunt annexed ate all httlf lixe marly. 4 o 0 1U IV ou 'i" MJ 00 3 i i 1 1 1 1 I i ill II m !" M UM1 "IB1 , a ? z 1 r I Pi I I I 1 3.00 TOMS OP IBLOZO 1 1 CONSISTING or ROUND & SQUARE, all sizes; AMERICAN TIRE IRON; BAND &. SCROLL IRON; SHOE-SHAPE, &c. &c. ALSO TWO THOUSAND KEGS NAILS, ASSORTED SIZES, JTJST'liECElVEH AT 'TIE will bo tonstnntly receiving, direct from the Manufacturers, all kinds of IRON AND NAILS, mido at tho extenslv rlTL BABLF. IRON WnitKH. 03-Tlio SABLE NAILS nro WARRANTED to bo mado of tho DEST MATERIAL, nnd llio 5IOST PERFECT SIIAl'E of any Natli manufactured In the Stale nf New York. lla will be prepared to sell the abovo IRON nnd NAILS IN ANY QUANTITY, and at prices tbnt cannot fall to lull tho purchaser. -Alio, FLOUR, SALT & GLASS, AT WHOLESALE. Montpelier, December 10, 18IC. 83 ADAMS HOUSE, 371 IVASHINOTON-STKKET, BOSTON, Lie V. T. ADAMS having opened this new nnd splendid H...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 December 1846

VERMONT WAT um ii u iinii Nini. i-ju.y - wiwiw1 iirwin"jiwi B!nwn CHMAN 2 JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELlEIt, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 184G. VOL, XLI. NO. G.--WIIOLE NO. 209?. & ST ATI WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. 'JT.ItMS SI CO f li In ndvnnco 9 00 If pnymont l not mado In aJvanco Ir'totMt iilwoji charged from Iho end of Iho )cnr. POETilY. WHAT SHALL UK TIIK KND OP THESE THINGS? Whn another Tifo li ndded To tho homing tiirldd man J When nnotlicr breath f hojng Ktain creation's inrnUhet) glnis j When llio fiml cry, weak nnd pllcouj, IlerMJft tong-cud'itlne paht And a Roul from non-exUtenco princ") tbcit nee'r can die n go tit j When tlio mother' p.mlonnlo wolcomo Borrow-1 ik burvtft forth In tears, Arid tho tiro's elf-grattiat!ou ltorhiea of future )earB--It ii well we cannot ico What tho culihall bo. When nrroas tho infunt foaturos Trembles the faint dawn of mind, When tho heart luoki from tho windows Of tho eyei that we to to blind, When tho incoherent murpiurs 8llabIo ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 December 1846

WATCEIMAN & JOURNAL. is. r. Walton, Jn., iiniTon. MONTPELIHR, THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1810. sis EMJCTION, TUESDAY, JAN. 6. TOR CONGRKSsTroUUTII DISTRICT, GEO. B. CHANDLER. Mr. Chandler briefly " defined lilt position" In frank nnd tin rnUtnknblo tcris. Iin nVclnrcd himself Id bo In f.ivor of n 3'UOVliVriYMi 'I'.iltll'I-1 and thatlhoro might la liu mistake about lita dcrlaratlons, ftich ns have unluckily happen.' 1 In llio caso of President Polk, Mf. Dillingham, anil other ntfn nf like slnmp, Mr. Chandler declared that lie was for j Iho tttifli.lXd of llir JT'is-p '1'riitle 'JTarltl' of s.-s.i. una mr inn j'j'fJ',e'fJ.V OF Sr'sTriK f'lsoviirvifii v.tnrFv on iris, win, Pro- Uctlvr lil? to execute thnl law faithfully, fullv and honestly. Ho nl-o drrlirod lilmiolf to lio In favor ot distributing the pro copiln of the I'nbtlc r.auili to Uio several Ftntcs In furor m true M-rrtiiieniiai j-rrm, to prevent Iho power ami palronaco oi tho Covernmcnt from being hroimht to bear upon n second olp...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 December 1846

THE MEXICAN WAR. Mr. Walton! Sir, TIio tioltlcst, most grnpliio nml conclusive deposition of llmt part of I resident Polk's Message, which relates to Texas tind I tlio .Mexican War, will ho fouml in tlio follow inpr extracts from tho Speech of Mr. Uonton of Missouri, ilolivcrcil In the Senalo of tho United Slates on the 15th or June, 1811, in reply to Mr. McDiifllo ol S. C. on the annexation of Texas. Tho poir.ta in issue, the llrcculivc orders, and our Mexican relation', were then precisely as now, with the exception that hostilities had not been ac tually commenced. It is conceded by all that, nn questions of history and international law, Colonel Uonton has not his superior in America : and his long intimato political associations with tho admin istration nnd Southern politicians givo to his state ments nnd opinions, n weight and importance high nbovo any and all oilier men. an onsr.uvF.n. Extracts from the Spunk of Mr. Jlenton of Missouri, in rcphi to Mr. McDuJjk, delivered in t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 December 1846

BANK OF MONTPELIER. rpllll sloeklioldcrs nro licroby notified to moel nt their Hank 1 Ini llou.o In Montiwllor, on tho socond lnonlajr orJsnu Mv next. nt 1 o'clock, 1". M, for llio choice of flvo Director Tor tho year ensuing. ni'.O. IIOWEi.Cotlilor. Montpellnr, floe. Oth, MO. S3 NEW AGRICULTURAL & STOVE WARE-HOUSE. Till! subscriber Is now rocoWlne, direct from (J, & 11. llrnnMr, the following 8TOT.S.&c. H sires 1 aimers' nnd Mechanics' (elevated oven) Cook 1 " Now Patterns Parlor Cock, fcilovo I 0 Hoi " 0 " " " Alr-Tighl llox.lo.l , Alto, luit recolvcd torn Troy and Albany, tho following vari rjua kinds nf Stotesl 4 sizes Victory i holler Cook 8to.es, fi new patterns Pnrlor Cook Stoves, 0 " " Ynnkon Pnrlur Cook SloUS, 0 " " Alr-Tiilit Parlor, Any slr.es or quantity of Hoi Ftovcs A largo assortment of AMiany.lloston and Troy Hollow Waro) Conner Too Keitlos, Shcot Zlne, l'lro I'ramci, Iron Pltmns, Nun, Carl anil Wagon lloxos, Wow Points. Land Sldoi, lev. Also, Ilustin, ll...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 31 December 1846

T ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. IVIONTPELIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1846. VOL. XLI. NO. 7.--WHOLE NO. 2098. ERMONT WATC MAN & S' To the Freemen of the 4th District. Tho 5tli of January is at liand a day which wo solemnly boliovo ia to decide tlio most important questions over submitted to yom Hy tho law of tho state, tho person who receives tlio greatest num ber of votes on that dny will bo elected. At tho Inst trial, Lucius B. Pcclt received -1S87 votes, Goo. B. Chandler received -1311), and A. J. Howell re ceived M52. It i3 morally certain, therefore, thai. Mr. Peels or Mr. Chandler must bo circled that every freemen, who votes fomny person except Mr. Peclt or Mr. Chandlor, will In lact lose his vote. Of courso it becomes the duty, its It is tlio high privilege, of every Freeman seriously to consider or whom ha shall vote, how he Bhall best conform to tho freeman's oath how best subserve tho inter ests of his state and his country. No miestion ns to tho character o...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 31 December 1846

bccmont lUatcljman K. I' WALTON, MONTPELIElt, T1IUKSDAY, DEC. 31, 1846. ELECTION, TUESDAY NEXT ! For FREEDOM &. PROTECTION, against SLAVERY & FREE-TRADE, FOR CONGRESS, GEO. B . CMANBJjEK. Freemen of the Fourth District. On tho outside of to-day's paper will bo found an examination and review of tho policy of tlio ad ministration, on SLAVERY and EE TRADE. Purls of the article wore published in our last; but nil was originally designed to be presented in tho shape in which it is now given embracing, atono view, tho leading principles and measures which characterize tho Poll; administration. Tho article is necessarily lung, since it embraces numerous ci tations, from ollicialaud other documents, to prove the positions taken: but for this very reason item braces a mass of Jacls upon subjects the most im portant to every freeman of "the North ; facts, that ought now to be well understood, and to bo laid up for future use. More than half of tho article lis new, embracing a reply t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 31 December 1846

in niso K" Iioyo"1' l'10 "veri unless hostilities tld)bo ciimnircoil by the .Mexicans thmnsiilvcs ; tlmi Me rCctni tiring on this side, will not bo (jj.cd in any vny by tho troops j tli.tt they will )c7lcctci) In nil their rights nml ustgea ; and iwvcry thing which tho army may ncoil will bo luibcd from tlium nt lair prices. 1 also statoil Jut, unless the matter rliotilJ bo fnfly adjusted fen tlio two uoverninonis, mo imiuoroi nriisos " l 1.1 l. ....... . ll... I'pnn n.n r.Pllin Mnv. ..IIWUlllU UU WflUII tU UIU Jltunow .iiv tiivrt- f heretofore. Tho n-iino views were itn JT upon the Mexican custom house officer nt ySantiago by Cuptnin llundec, who coiiiuum ji escort which covered tho reconnaissance ol 'Island." (icr.il Taylor, in liis subsequent lottcr, Informs fxFcutivo that, on hij way from Corpus Chris ho Kiu (Jrundc, ho was met by tho Mexican ry, who--o coiumandcr iiil'oriiied our ollicers tour crossing tho Arroyo Colorado would bo idered on net of hostilities j that ho was alsu...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 31 December 1846

UiciiOio cwt. -, , - - - o ol nntl from a British 1'ossession, tha cwt. 0 rough and in the busk, the rtuortrr 0 of end from a liritish possession, the quaiter 0 Tilloiv, the cwt. - - 0 of nnd from a Hiltlsli possession, tlio cnt. 0 StARCH, tlio cwt. 0 of and from a Iltitlsh possession, tlio cnt. 0 lliMs of ull kinds, tho cwt. - -0 of tinJ from a Iltitlsh possession, tlio cwt. 0 Cotton, nttlclcsol Manufnc. of Cottoinrqolly or In nnrl msilft on. rml ntliArivltn r.lintaod with Duly, for every 103. valno 10 of and from a Uilllfi possctsloii, for eve- r rr 1U0I. valuo- Woolens, articles or mnnufoctutes of Uool, not bolus 'iont'i Wool, or of Wool mixed with Cotton. u holly or In putt nndo not olh oiwiso charged with Holy, lor every 1U0(. value - - , - , - - 10 of and from a llril'sh possession, for every 100. valuo . " , 5 0 0 0 0 THE DISCRIMINATIONS AGAJNST A MERICAN PRODUCTIONS in tlio abovo duties nro as folloM's : Kico, GO per cent, of tlio duty, ditto rough, !0 " " Tallow, HI " " Sta...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 January 1847

av BX E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 8. WHOLE NO. 2099. iUafrljmmi & 0latc Sounwl. ' nnusiir.n r.vuuv Thursday morning. Tr.nMP l .'-0 cash In niUsnco) gO 00 If payment li not n .idu in n Ivuuco ; interest always charged fiom tho end of thejeor. t P. VTUITOUS ADVr.ttTISINC. The nt'Jomyfii' il finding that the public nto making unrea- n M d 'niu.nln upon thidr columns liy tlio way of gratuitous o v tii- i icnK, feel compelled lo enter into the following f inimti lat. r if " votlret tehalever, u.ually onbti.lied urnluitoiisly. wn w i I ili if((o nnohalf tho usual price of ndicrti'cmrnts. Oil i nr obitnniy notices, exceeding lho simple announce incr.t of the (hath, wo w ill ehnriro the mn pile. . 11. P. VVAI.TOV BOIS, ruhlithm r ' Jourim!. JOSi;iMl I'Ol.ANl), J'iMaAer of "' '"ricman, rUST.M AN &. UANrORTll, nuftjittr. 0 (Ac Patriot, Vom--t -- - -- - f OCtfl). PJROVIDENCE. Tho following henr.tifulFonnet,from the Italian of I'l'llkm, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 January 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 7, 1817. i.Uaki)wmt 0tatc journal E. V. WAI.TOIfi TK., I3D1T011. iMONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1817. TO OUR PATRONS. Wo to-day present our patrons with tlio Watch' man much enlarged and improved. It is now tho largest nowspapcr in Vermont, and gives a opportunity for much more political, miscellaneous and agricultural matter, which wo shall endea vor to itnprovo to tho lost of our means. Wo shall ho happy to receive accessions to our list of subscribers, to repay tho additional expenses which wo must incur; and for this purposo wo havo sent copies to n few friends, who are invi ted to tako an interest in obtaining subscribers, Responsible Agents will bo accepted on liberal terms. FOURTH DISTRICT. Tho contest of Tuesday was tho severest ever had in this District. Tho Whigs havecomo no bly to the work in our own county, and wo doubt not generally. In this county, tho Whig voto is beyond our estimate it will como within300of tho vote for G...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 January 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 7, 1847. not to go on nml Incroaso our forces and sustain our nrirs, it woro ticttor to retreat nt once, wliiflh God forbid. Ho wits not liero to risk if men could bo raised nmong n million nnd n half of ilglitirijr men, nor now money could lio procured. Ho liliovv thero was enough or both in Iho country. The sentiment of Iho American people, nnd of; tho American army, was for n short and sudden war. Tho army indeed panted to go forward, nnd would, if properly seconded and encouraged, conquer an enrly peace. Ho Itnew that Ilia stato would furnish tlirco thousand additional volun teers if they wcro called. And moro men wcro ready in Pennsylvania. Hut what was designed should bo ilono now. If tho volunteers wero to bavo their pay increas ed to moro than $7 a month, this was tho time, nnd they prefer present aid to future provision, (alluding to tho design to givo them lands.) Somo of the toluntoors, nnd his own regiment was n mons tho numb...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 January 1847

"VktMplTCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 7, 1817. Agricultural. HIBERNATING ANIMALS, 1 fromlM Alllany C.dlllvjtor. Tio manner in winch life is support , cA in tlioso nnimnls whicli remain a long ' limo in a stnlo of dormancy, is, to (ho first view, at least, dtiilc mysterious. In our rcaton of country, wo liavo tho wood chuck, (or " ground hog,") hedgo hog, and somo other animals, which pn3S six or seven months of tho year m a Eonse In.cm Hlnnn. Diirincr this lone period, they take neither food nor drink, and most of tho functions of the body arc totally susnended. The black bear also hybcr nates for a considerable portion of the winter season, but docs not fallinto as low n degree of torpidity wlnlo " den ned up," as somo other nmmals. It is a matter which has often excited inquiry, how life could .bo supported for so long a timo, apparently without sus tenance. Obscivation, however, teach es, that in hibernating animals, n depos it of nourishment is accumulated (lur- intr their...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 January 1847

BY, E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 9. WHOLE NO. 2100. tUatdjmmi & State 2cmvnal. renMsniin nvnnv Thursday mouninh. TWIM8 $150 Cftuli In mlvnuMj $3 Of) ir pnyment Is not made In advance) intercit alwnji charged from Uio end of iho ear. OHATriTOUS advkrtisixo. Tlic ttndeisnd finding that tho public mo making nnrca. conabli) demands upon their column by tho way of gratuitous adri'rtlscmciit, l'ccl compelled loonier into the following a- It. l""f nil notices vhattrtr immlty published grMnltouily, wo will charge ono-lmlf thn lnua prlco of ndrcrtlictncnts. Id lar obituary notlcei, exceeding tho simplo nnnouncc mcnt of the death, wo will chnreo the t-imn price. V., 1 WALTON & SONH, Publishers of the tlatehnan and Journal, JOSIU'II POLAND, Vvbiuhtr tf thn Freeman t IIABT.MAN U DANronTU, Puhtishtn cf the PattivU Montpellcr, Dec, J 3(0. epoetin. FATHER IS COMING. HY MAKY HOtVITT. The clock U on tho KroKo of six, Tho father' work 1a done...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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