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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 January 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 11, 1847. tofitdjmcm & intc2mtntal. n. p. Waiton, jh.. fculTdn, MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JAN. 1-i, 1817. THE WILMOT PROVISO. Tlio famous Wimot proviso, which tho Patriot bo busily used in defence of tho locofoco party, has been again brought boforo Congress, and defeated 1 Alos for'tho Patriot, if its last and only ground of hopo is to fail. Tho following is tho bin offered by Mr. King of N. Y., on Monday tlio 4th: Ho it enacted by tho Senate and House of Rep resentatives of tho United States of America in Congress assembled: That the sum of thirty thousand dollars 'bo and tho samo is hereby ap propriated, outof nny money in tho Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to cnablo tho Presi dent to enter upon negotiations fortho restora tion of pcaco with Mexico, whenever it shall bo in his power to-do no. Sec. 2. And bo it farflior enacted, Thatlhero shall bo neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in any territory which shall Ifcrcallcr b...

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. — 14 January 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 14, 1847. Congress. MondaY) Jan. 4. Senate. A Mcssapo was received from tlio President which wns then read. J Jo ashed nn increase in the armv, and tho appnintincnt of a Lieut. General. Referred to tho Military Coin mittcc. Mr Cameron presented a petition frn-.u Brad ford county, Pa., for tlio abolition of alavery.--Tlio question of )ts reception was laid on tho ta ble. A memorial for aid for tho projected Railroad to the Pacific, and n memorial to bring the war wlllt Mexico to a speedy close, was presented. Mr Cameron sittl that no man in Pennsylvania desired to end tho war in any oilier modo than by an honorable ponce. Houss:. Mr Preston King asked leave to in troduce a Ilill, substantially a transcript of that of Inst Fcssion, (embracing tho Wilnint Prnvico,) appropriating $;J0,0C0, to enablo tlio President to noiieludo a trcaly of peaco with Mexico. Tlio House refused to suspend thn rules to rtuive if 83 to 69. Poraonal explanations ...

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. — 14 January 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY H, 1847-. I W1 H"lJjs lHIU lk ' rrom llio Amorlcsn agriculturist. BONE: MANURE!. . .The three first essentials of oratory, nsMcfmod- by Dcmosllion.es, wrjrc notion nctipn action. With nogrcatcr lim itation to his definition than yas design ed, by this" celebrated master, wo may say, that llio first requisite for successful jiuiiniig is manure ; uic scconu s manure; llio tlnrd is manure. With these exist. .112 nhturnlly in soils, or artificifllfy sun plied, everything can bo lonc 5 without tlicm, nothing. Tho importance of tho subject is my apology for the frequent and urgent calls upon the readers of the Agriculturist for providing this essential groundwork 0! the larmer. I shall con lino myself in tho present article almost exclusively to illustrating the .effects of tho application ol bones to poor, clay .pasture lauds, as they ore detailed in England, and especially in n recent nr ticlo on the subject, in the Journal of tho Jloyal Agr...

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. — 21 January 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 10. WHOLE NO. 2101. iDatcljmcm & 0tatc 3touroal. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNINO. TERMS SI SO cash In edraneei S3 CO If payment li not made In adrance I Interest always charged fiom tho end of too year. GRATUITOUS ADVERTISING. The undersigned finding that tho nubile ate tnaktnr unrea sonable demanda upon their columna by the way of pratuituua aavcriisemenii, icci compelled loenior into me following u greement : lit For all notices vhattttr, usually published gratuitously, we will chargo one-half tho usual price of advertisements. 8d. Tor obituary notices, exceeding the simple announce, tnenl of the death, we will charge the enmo prico. . E. P. WALTON it CONS, Tuhtuhtrs of the Watchman and JoumaU JOSEPH rOLAND, TubtUhtr of thf Freeman. EASTMAN & DANFORTH, rltistri 0 Vie PatrluL llonlpeller, Deo, 1810. , - ittiscdlcmcmt' THE RISING OF THE TIDE. A TALE Or THE SCOTTISH COVENANTERS. wniTiurr roit T...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 21 January 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAU, .JANUARY 21, 1847. LUrttcljman & 0fatc Souvnal. E. P. yVAVTOX, Jm., EIHTOH. MONTPELtEK, THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1817. WATiONAL FINANCES. Tho epeoch or Senator Ntt.r.8, of Conn.', on tlie 7lh, very etrongly condemns tlio course of the Government ; indeed, liacl that speech eon'O from llio Whig side of tho Senate, It could hard ly havo booh more severe. Tho Administration, ho truly says, has entirely reversed tho policy of our own government and of nil civilized govern mentsi It is running up a National Debt nt tho ralo of 33 millions a year, and yet does nothing to replenish the Treasury yea, absolutely will reduce tho revenue! It is engaged in a war, And hopes to carry it through by borrowing mon ey uhilo it does nothing to maintain its credit ! But read tho speech, remembering that Ibis severe condemnation of tho administration has been extorted from one of its friends. Speech of Mr. Nilcn, of Conn. .Mr. Nilcs said, notwithstanding tho intimatio...

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. — 21 January 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 21, 1847. pors rind criminals from foreign countries, which wits rcud twico and referred to tlio Committee on the Jmlicinry. On motion of Mr Hoyd, n resolution wns n tloptcd, closinjr llio ilclinto on tlio Oregon Terri tory Hill at three o'clock. Tlio hill was then taken up in Committee of the Whole, Mr Hop kins in tlio Chair. The question was upon the mticmlmetit in support oftho Missouri Comprom ise, excluding slavery from the Territory. Mr Hurt, of S. C, uddrcssrd the Committee in defence uf tlio right of tlio South in regard to " slavery. Ho said tlio South was united on this question j she was equal to her destiny and was prepared to take caro of herself in any emergen cy in which she might find horsclf placed. Mr I'ettit, of Indiana, follnucd, insisting that (lie sovereignty of the CJovcrninent of this Un ion extends over tho Territory of that Govern, ment, as it doco over all other property belong, ing to tlio United Stitlua in th...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 21 January 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 21, 1847. Poems upon litilo feditln fry COVENTH.Y tATMORE. I. Think tt cloudlets, light and Under, Underneath tho novlng moon, Full of lore to that bright lender Of their beauty In lior noon ) Think of ripples, smooth, unrlveti, Trav'IIng regularly on, Bw Ifily, delicately driven By the white breast of a swsn ( Think of iimbi, Juit ihom, at leliuro Vltirtg pait a narrow lane, With repeated blent" of ploatnro, To their green ahodci agath Think of whatsoever fecdcih rranuil moods. And I will find Rentier charms In liltlo Edith, Edith of the thoughtful mind. It. A aong to little Edith, for tho Is very fair I Itai ere-lidi are the snow-ilakoa amidst the black nlghl-alr, When, dropping largo and leisurely, they shew a coming thaw j ,And her cye, benoath, tho softest ato that eTerruayiigiusaw, A to little Edith, for sho Is full ef graco ! In her motion Howe tho fairness which broods upon her face J Union! sometimes, never hurried, her spirits ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 28 January 1847

..1 It H I USD . H . II'; I fS lit 8 1KB Itttl SH IKU ll!M IK. B.I . (H Wfl 8 Hid Ilia . IliJ . R W, Mi V,i 1 1 m KB IMH Aa ZS1 7 Wit i'lW.H 9 WW W.tW.m WE M IIHI Kfl .1 Wit IKS II?H Kl S5 BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1817. VOL. XLI, NO. 11. WHOLE NO. 2102;. iUatcljmcm & 0tatc journal. ruiiMsni:i r.vmiv tiiuiisday moiinino. TF.KM8 1 50 cash In ndvanco $2 00 If payment I) nol mndo In advance Interest always charged Hum Iho end of tho year. GRATUITOUS ADVI'.KTISlNO. Thr undorslpnd limling that tho public am making unrca tnnnlilo demands upon their lulumns by the way of cratuitoui advertisements, ftcl compelled to enter Into the. following n grecmrnt t 1st. Tor all notices uhntetcr, usually puhltshcd gratuitously, ti vs 111 chaise ono half thn usual prico of advertisements. SM Tor obituaty notices, exceeding tho simplo announce incnt of the death, wo will clinnre tho sime prico. 11. P. WALTON & SON'S, Publishers vf As tl'otrhtnnn and Journal jos...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 28 January 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 28, 1817. toatcljnwtt & State ftnmtal. 13. V. WAfTOIV, J"., EDi'TOit. Itfoiitjiclicr, Tlmrsrtny, Jnuimry tiS THE SLAVOCRATIC POLICY, EXTRACT FROM THE ADDRESS OF OOV. HRlaaS of Massachusetts. Tho following is tlio patt of Gov. Briggs' Ad dross to which wo Inst week referred. It con firms tho positions taken last full by tho Whigs of this stalo unon Protection nnd Slavery, nnd wo hnvo no doubt that it will find a hearty ro sponso nt least In all Iho free Whig States. What bolter can reasonable opponents of Slave ty ask? Acknowledging tho obligations of Iho Constitution, as every political party must do, what more can bo done, politically, than to resist Slavery in a constitutional way ? Thoso who would go boyond this, must nbsolvo themselves from allegiance to tho constitution; thoy must act, not under It, but against it; they must go, not for a change of men or parties, who must act tinder and in subjection to the supremo law, but for...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 28 January 1847

V Ell MO INT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 28, 1847. 1 Vt. Central HoAt). Contracts liavu liucnnu tliorizcil for tlio oars necessary to commonco tlio running or tlio road. Sullivan Road. Tlio Clarcmont Englu says that the Sullivan road, connecting with tlio Ver mont Central nt Windsor, will bo completed by tlio 1st of January, 1818. 07" Tho Northern (N. II.) Railroad Co. have entered into a contract with R. II. Campbell lisq. of Philadelphia, to construct tho bridge a cross Connecticut river, near tho mouth of White River, to connect tho Northern and Central road?. The FitMurgh Road has declared a semi-annual dividend of 5 per cent., payable on the 1st of February. Ten per cent, a year. Tho Rutland Itoad has been lot input, nt both end.", (85 miles in all,) fur a trifle less limn noth ingcomparatively speaking. We aro inclined to think that any read on that lino which can bo built nt tho prices indicated, will hurt nobody but tho stockholders. Wo presurno howevcrthat tho con...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 28 January 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 28, 1847. pcctv. RURAL WINTER SKETCH. DY KUV. R. 110YT. Tin blesaed mora has como again Tho early gray Taps at the slumhoror's w indow-pane, And teems to f ay " Break, broak from tho onchantcr's chain, Away away I" 'TIs Winter, jet llicro Is no lounJ Along tlio air, Of wind, upon their battle-ground, Hut genlly there, Tho mow la fulling all around How Hilr how fait ! Tho jocund Hold would masquorado 1 l'antasllc Hccno 1 Tree, thrill), and lawn, and tonoly glade llavo cast their green, And joined the revel, all arrayed tio white and clean. E'en tho old pasts that hold tho bars And tho old gate, rorgetful of their wintry war. And age sedate, High capped, and plumed liko white hussars, Bland thcro In stale. Tho drifts aro hanging by tho sill, Tho eaves, tho door, Tho hay-stack has hecomo a hill ) All covered u'er The wagon, loaded fur tho mill Tho cio before. JIaila brings tho wntor-pail Hut where', tho Well ! Liko tho whole magic of a fair...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 February 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEll, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1817. VOL. XLI, NO. 12. WHOLE NO. 2103. Vllfltrhnmn & Siatt Ditnttil XUllUIJlllUU IUU UUUUU. runnsiiEi) evenv Thursday mornino. TERMS 41 50 cash In advance $3 00 If ptiyment Is not made In advanco interest alv.a)s charged fiom the end or tlio jeor. oratoitous aovhutisino. The undersigned finding that thfl public ftrn making unrea sonable demand, upon their column by tlio way of gratuitous advertisements, feel compelled to cuter Into the- following a greemeni t lit.' ror alt notices whatever, Ufu-tlty published gratuitously, wo will charge one-half thn usual price of udvcrtlscments. ?d Tor obituary notices, exceeding the limplo announce mcnt of the death, vt o w 111 cliiif (jo tlio in mo prlcci n. r. WALTON & SONS, rubliiheri of the Watchman and Journal, JOSEPH rOLAND, Publisher of the Freeman, EASTMAN & DANFOltTII, Publishers of the ratrlot. Montpeher, Dec, IS 10. THE MOONBEAM. The ioR, the iitvcr moonbeam! I...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 February 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 4, 1817. iiiaicl)mmt & fJi?0 Mom-teller, Tliursrtny, aVelniini)- 4. Important. Proposition on the War. TJio following aro tho resolutions offered to tho llouso on Tuesday the 2Ctli, by Mr. Schonck of Ohio. Objections wero made, so they could not bo received under tho rules, but Mr. S. pledged himself to renew tho offer. llcsolvcd, by tho Senato ami House of Rep resentative of tho United Stales In Congress ne. fscmblcd, That in order to terminate tho war un happily existing between tho U. States, and Mex ico, with duo regard to the rights and national ex istence and independence of tho two republics, and with n view to bring nbout nn honorable ncacc. tho President o) tho United States be re- miestcd to withdraw all troops and military for-J ces or me unitcu oiatcs now west oi mo mu Grande, in Mexico, to tho cast sido of that riv er ! That all volunteers now in tho service of the llnitod States bo discharged, tailing duo care, jn tho ...

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. — 4 February 1847

tmJvrm VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY d, 1817. Cheshire llond. Tlio Hunker-Hill Aurora of tho OOtli ult. says that the Cheshire (N. 1 1.) Com pany has contrncted for tho rails, with Horace Ortiy of Iloston,) engines and cars for Iho wholo ronil, and will commence Inyiiiff tho rails in Iho spring. Central Road. Tho impression which has pre vailed to 6omo extent, thai tho rails havo been contracted for only n pari of tho road, is errone ous. All tho iron U contracted fur; nnd although tho policy of tho company is to complete and run the Southern half of tho road at tho earliest peri od, tho work is still progressing at heavy points on the remaining part of tho line, so ns to have tho whole completed as soon as practicable. Rutland Roam. Tho last Burlington Free Press says, through a correspondent, that sonic of tho contractors "broke ground" on tho 28th ult. ; and that nctivo preparations are making to work on the two ends of the line. Tho middle Mount Holly) scents to...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 February 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 4, 1847. . Qtgricultuval. BUCK WHEAT FOR SHEEP. T ho best food for sheep, during the 'winter, must certainly be tlmt, which will keep them in good condition of body, and at the same time produce the most wool. Some recommend corn, but corn, it is pretty certain, while it will fatten them, will make tho wool more coarse Others rccommcd oats, while others a- ver that beans arc far preferable to any thine, as thev contain sonio oi tlio cle mcntary principles that aro essential to tho formation of wool. Wo find in Morrelt's American Shop herd, a work) by tho way, exceedingly valuablo to any man who keeps sheep, a letter from Mr. John Johnson, of Go neva, Now York, on the subject of keep- mg sheep. And ho there makes, as me result of his experiments, the following statement : " I think buckwheat quite c qual to corn ns feed for sheep." Among the experiments which Mr. J. relates, wc select the iollowing : " Since the year 1840 I have adopt cu...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 February 1847

to- BY E. P. WALTON & SOiNS. MONTPELIElt, THURSDAY, FEBRUAItY 11, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 13. WHOLE NO. 2104. iUatcljmau & State 3fouvnal. FVBLISIICD EVBIIY THUUSDAY MORNING. TERMS JIM cash In idnncei $200 If payment is not made In advance, Interest always charged fiom tlie end of the year. GRATUITOUS ADVERTISING. The undersigned finding that Iho public am making unrca fonahio demands upon their Lotumns by the vray of gratuitous advertisements, feel compelled to enter into the following a (reorient I lit. Tor oil notice uhalntr, usually published gratuitously, wo will charge one-half the uual price of niHcrllscments. 2d Tor obituary notice., exceeding Iho simple announco toent of the death, we will charge tho tame price. 11. P. WALTON 4c SONS, Pnblithtrt of the lYntthman and Journal JOSEPH POLAND, Publisher af ta freeman. EASTMAN & DANFOUTII, Palluhlrt of tht PalrM, Montpelier, Dec, 1S1G. Ipoctrn. THE SOLDIER'S WIDOW. VYo take the following beautiful veriet from the Baltimor...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 February 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 11, 1847. tofttdjman & fftatc flounml. i:. i. M'AiroN, Jit., Kni'roit. niiiHoller, 'I'liursdiiy, 1'cliriuiry 11. THE FREE TRADE HUMBUG The Frco Trado doctrines, that low duties will incrcuso llio revenues to the government anil reduce prices to the consumers, seem to bo obandoncd even by Bob Walker. IIo Una rec ommended an inmate of duties upon a largo class of articles, in order to incrtase tlio revenue ; and so far as iron is concerned, lie confesses that tho price has risen since the duties were reduced. Wo give the following tablo from Secretary Walkor's report in reply to tho resolution of the Scnato : " Tablo A shows artlclcB on which duties may bo increased and increase revenue. t)uly liy tariff Duty by of M'3 in oil- ta'flMO. Incre pro'd 10 10 Incr'tn Tev'nc eip'tl. valuloml. Coal . . 73,48 Pig iron, . . 44,24 Mar iron (rolled) 53,91 Hound or square 1 ron as braziers rods 3-10 and 10-16 of mi inch in diam'r 51,10 Kail or spi...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 February 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 11, 1847. Ihcm ns colonics, nor admit ihem into tlio Union. They codlil not bo admitted by a trraty ! for tlio Senate would never assent to a treaty by which any territory should bo annexed to this Union. It would brinif bcfiirn us a minstiotl which mo- naced tho ncrnotuilv of tlio Union. Tho inev itable result must bo to exclude tho South from n narticinatlon in lis benefits. Tho non-slave hnfrltniT Nifitns wmild not consent to permit sla very in tills tsrritory; and tho slave-holding States could net consent to its exclusion. Ilo called upon tlio Southern Senators to avert this impending evil. II' tho territory were annexed, ilin South must cither assert in r'mhts til all haz ards, or must, by yielding, give another proof of its devotion to tint union, air. u. was prepared to prosccuto tho war till Mexico gave ns a libcr nl niliiistmcnt of ilia Texan boundary : till sho rrnvD us security lor tho uavinent i'f tho claims of our citizens...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 February 1847

.. J ' v.. ' . 4 r-f r" VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 11, 1847. 39ficu.rtlival. VERlviofJT.GfcklN CROPS. Prom tuv Vermont Chronicle. ' . ' Tliolistof PiJmiuiTisiiwnrdcd for Grnm Crops by -jljc'ClnUciwlcn, and Windsor County AgricuituraL'Sociotics, sliow, that vc need jJot.jfH-Dq il" thrown upon our own resources. 35 7-8 bushels of wheat, (or, acctrding to lr. Porter's estimate below, about 43 bushels,) 119 bushels of com, and 93 bushels of oats to the acr.c, show that Vermont, and Windsor Counfy In'partifiulw, need not complain of tljo stcriltly of ;hcr soil, or blush for the want oT skill among those who cul tivate it. . Among the prrtiiums awarded by the Chittenden Countv Sociotv. were the following : ON WINTER WHEAT. 1st premium, Levi Comstoclc, ' Shclburne, ad do ' John N. Ponic roy, Burlington, ON SPUING WIIKAT. 1st premium, Chester Win, Shcl burne, ' 2d do Chaunccy Good $5,00 4,00 5,00 rich, Burlington, 4,00 Tho winter wheat was of the white flint variety. " M...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 February 1847

. . BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 14. WHOLE. Np, 21 05. '. lUrttdjmtm & 0tatc journal. PUBLISHED KVURV THURSDAY MORNING, TERMS ft I 0 cash InMiihancoi ft. 00 If payment It not mado in advance) interest alwny charged fiom tlio end of mo jcar. CJRATITITOUS ADVERTISING. The un-Jenlpn'Ml finding that Ihe publicum making unrea onablo dptnnnds upon their coin nun by tho way of cratuitoui ndtcrtifptnentj, feel compelled to enter into tho following a greement i lit Tor alt notices whatever, uunlly puhtithed cratuitonal, we uill charge one-lm If tho uiuaI price of advcrtiietncnti. 2d Tor obituary notice, exceeding the ilmplo announce ment of the death, wo will charge tho amt price. U. V. WALTON & SONS, PullUhtrs tif the Watchman and Journal JUSUm POLAND, Publisher tif th Freeman. 1IA8TMAN & DANrORTII, Publisher of the PatrhU Montpelier, Dec. 18 10. Ipoctvn. Trum Ulackwood' Magnzino for October. A Man's Requirements. rr ittuntui...

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