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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 June 1844

I 41 I nri onr V fV S NOT T H S GLORY OF CISAR CUT THE WELTAKE OT ROME BY H. 15, STACY. II II H L I N 0 T 0 N , V K R M 0 N T, F It 1 1) A Y, J U N E 7, 18-J.J. VOL. X'VIIUXo. i. in 1)1)13. HV C. 1). STCAI1T, EFQ. 01' NEW YORK Tr.vn. "Mil CoumMu." Itciitv I Tho morn in glory breaks, And I'rraloin from her slumber wakes, Ami peals lirr tninipi't lo die skier, While load a rC.iliini's voice replies . Ilii77.il lo llio tm-piciotis day Wlio l brightly ion; the slur of Clay, Anil above lhc-"ny tdat The li or hope md promise east, And hro'.c, by freedom's U'lnplo-rnnc, Tlio renin.inl of Oppression's chain! C'torus I'irnt, bcneiib its-lrady lutit, L"t jis dare ilm Imv'riiiK night ! Soirn slrill h sim n brighter div, "NiathMic star of IIent.v Clay ! From inouMain hlaVml lowly vale. Tint triiiiipotjtvrcll epnn the pile, Anil millions from iheir labor sprin;; To hid tho tliimd'rnV echo rim.' i An I slowly Incik tho il mils niviv, While yonder uleiini the star uf Clvy Our Victor, who in inirdi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 June 1844

roil prksidknt, HENRY CLY, OF KliSTVCKY. roil virr, prksidknt, TiironoKi: rii:Ln.sui;vsriv, OF i:Y JlSlfSKY. The Van IStm-u Rational oiivcn liuii at linltliiiorc. Till Convention assembled in Odd Fel lows' Ihll, Baltimore, ill tin tin on Mnli'lay, mid was railed to outer liy Gttn. II. M. S. Hin ders of N. Con whose tnution llendrick I). Wright of Pa. was I'linscn Chairman pro tern, nnd Thomas Ritchie, Jr. of Vit. Sucre lary pro (cm. lUi.TiMonr, Momliv, May 27. Dear Stn T lie Van Iturtn Contention, lis it i cnllcd- llnit is, the National Dcinoi ratio Contention, nut this day at 12 ei'elnck in llm Odd 1'illoivs' llnll, (I curious association of terms by-llu'-hy,) a room m the top story of a htultlieii.' in Sav street, that looks vert' like a inin'ntjrL' edition of the I'livpliau 'I'omlis, mid Iho vt hole; concer.i In, k- trrv much as though it inildit fall down and ctu It ctcry body ttithitf and li round it. The errcatrst possible excitement prevailed nmonrt the Delegates up to the tu...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 June 1844

'9 TARPER'S ILLUMINATED BIBLE, No. 4. H AGRICULTURAL S0C1ETV. At a meeting of tlio Hoard of Managers ot 1,10 Chittenden County Agricultural Society, held at J. Howard's Hold, in Builington, on the 3d ilny of June, 1814, iho Hoard nppo' tiled tlio twenty-fifth day of September, 131 1, as tlio lime for holding the Annual Fair and Cattle Shore, and voted, unani mously, that sucli Fair and Cattle Show bo htld nt UurlingMn. tt i expected that tho business of the day will commence at nine o'clock in the forenoon. The following committees, to award premiums, were also appointed! On Grain and Field Chops Messrs. Truman Chittenden, of Williston, David Cook, of Charlotte, and Peicr I.. Allen, of Jericho. Ox llonses Messrs. Mnhlon Cotlrill, of Mnntpe- licr, Jed. P Clark, ot Sheldon, and William H. White, of Verzennes. On Catilb Messrs. Bern. Field, of New Haven, John Thomas, of Orwell, and O. F. Scribncr, of Sheldon. On Sheep Messrs. Lewis Mott, of South Hero, Solomon V. Jewelt, of We) bridge,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 June 1844

llu touelicrl his hnrpjiir. tl tuitions heard i Mir-timl CHILDHOOD AND HIS VltUTOltf-. Once nn a limp, when sunny 3fnv Wits kfsitig nt the Aplll slimier?, 1 saw fnir childlio"d li.'inl in pl.iv ITpnn a hank 'im.l litnli titu flow erst Happy he know mil win nccor how; Ami suuliim who could lutchno c tn love bun 7 1'or no more ulnil than Childhood's blow, Was the blue heaven that bieathtd ubuvu liitit. Oli! Time. Hi most ti ( in tli 1 1 tr wrath, The vnllrv's ltiiIi irpo-p invaded; 1 lie brooks !ii ilry upon ht.s I alh, Tlu birds grow mini', tin' hihes ladid, lillt I'lllK'SMl HWlllly Mllll'ld his light, III ln-tf a Circcinlt Innili in Inner, Thai I Clulilli.mil winched lu papi 1 Kilo Ami knew ju-l iiuthmg of I tic matter. With rnrlina lip ninl ttlitii'ing tyr, ntl t sn7.nl ti putt ilk' win' a minute, Hut childhood' a I in"' "f pin it v. Had such a Imly sp, II within it, That the dark ill n'mn In the -iir Spread fntlh auaiti hi h'llll il pinion, Anil liirl his cm v anil di-pair, , Self...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 June 1844

NOT THE GLORY OP CJOSAR BUT TUB WELFARE OP ROME I) II 11 L I N G T ON, V E R M 0 N T, FRIT) A Y, .1 U N E U, 181. VOL. XVIH....N". 2. BY II. U. STAGY. my k it r :: Wiiddsl thou bo a liicncl tnno 7 'I In u iiiul ii'iick nml liolil When riatit is t ' lie done, Ami (ho Irmli is In bo Inlil i Wi mug 11 1 fricmlhlto smilo When lliint! heart is lnt wilhin, Making nn truce, with fraud or gtulo, Nn compromise with fin. Open nf eve uml speech, Open nf hcatt anil hand, Holding tliuic own Itnt as in trust Kor lliy great brother hand. l'alient nml stout to boat, Yclbcaring not forexcri Gelillu to rule', nml slow lobind, lake lightning tu deliver 1 True to thy father-land, Triiij n thy own truo lovos Trim tu ilime nltnr nml thyciecJ, And thy good God above. l!ut with n bieol scorn I-'n r futh sincere as thine, Thmali lea of f.ir u attend iho player, Or m ire the pomp the shrine j Hp, in inhering! linn who spike The word tint cannot lie, " Where two or ihreein inv name nicer, Tncr" in the midst a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 June 1844

llii' productions nf uurlnditslry which, would hive led lo lhe opp Milii resull bul it w is the evecs-tvo nil i irtntmn ot f n iv' n productions, In an extent trans scendriit our nioinsofpiyiuunt. Our cxpcu littiroh 1 it exceeded our inciniL'i mi iinii.-tio firoign ilulit wns contracted, i.i In.1 pud, tint in our 1 1 w 11 productions, b.it in spjcie. It hiis Ihu debt which pressed with rcsiitlesj weight upon Ilie banks, niiltlrnio them In llm nltornuiiu ill' bankruptcy or siupi'iisi in. It won t'us pressme which nmiiiul'ited the currency, destiny. cd conii leiieo. niul urn-sled die It ind nf labor. Sir, could tint foriigu cli'lit have been nl any in mieni wi.ied nut is Willi a sponge, the oll'd would li ivt liei'i, to ill. r.n iseil.-ui in, now hfoaiij vigor. - It would hive resulted ihu currency instantly. Much hisbocii .nl herofornic of llic Stale debts, as ihoo.-iini'tifiiiicouib-iir-is iieiits. II ml tlicniiioiinl nl' Hi h il.ii'n been lirmuht nun the country i.i gold and silver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 June 1844

Representative nml Constituent which has existed be Ihi'cii us for so Ions n period, in such vaticd forms. ana winch is now lortur closed. 1 have the honor, gentlemen, tn lp very Itesncclivilv. vour friend and nhed'l eerv't m. van hurp.n y ow , In connection wilh tlio above-, tlio full lug, from tlio livening Post, tlio loading lo cofoco paper in New York, Is rutlier sigtiifi cant. It shows that it is Mr. Vnn Huron's determination not to lio used to prninoto tlio aspirations of llioso who liuvo jockied him off the course, while his fiiuiuls mean to Keep him before the public, to which policy ho very cordi.illy responds in the last paragraph of the above letter. Till'! n.U.TIMOIli: CONVENTION AND MR. vax miitE.v. In the proceedings of the llnltimuro Convention we should not lose sight of what I il tic there is thai wo can regard wilh unntinglfil salif tclion. The conduct of Mr. oiiiiff, dclemte from this slate, nnd of Mr. Wriuhl. dt'me nam tilir noiice. Mr. Vnunrj. wilh thai iull 'xa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 June 1844

mm l!touclicdirisriarp,nndnations licaril entranced, T1II3 l'OOIt 3I.VNV1 MVUMtNtS HYMN. BY Wit. JONES, God of the poor man ! hear U9, Thon Giver of all food 1 At this our meal I e nuir us lilcss, bless i ur huniblo food 1 We have been loilim? lhtoui;h Iho clay, Sleep bancs upon each blow 1 Hut Ihromih the dim nnml hear in pray, Loolv down and bless 113 nuw! GnJ of the poor man I heed us, As thus on bended knee. For all ihnu hast decreed us, We praise and alory Thee I Thy hands that made the wialthy Unmake them ut Thy will : Tliev mako us sironp and healthy, May wo nmuiii so still I God of the poor man I listen To thoso whiin all is amie, To those whose eyelids clt'leti With sonow deep and lime! Oh 1 answer, we beseech Thee, Their broken, aniuiMi'd pray'r ; I,i t their dark woes firt rcaeh thco Then beam on lis now here! God of the poor man ! lowly Hi? heart with love doth beat; He hath no eifl more holy To deck Thy mereypr.it 1 Take it, Our lather, though it be Shaded with earthly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 June 1844

n n a t, o s v or o n n a n t? ? v n 3 a r, p a n n op n o m e JJV II. tt. STAGY BUilllNGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE 21,1844. VOL. XVIII....N0. 3. v 11 SUalMUIl. Vao rain is o'er. How dense nnd bright Von pearly clouds reposing lio I Cloud above cloud, a glorious sight, Contrasting n idi the dark bluj sky 1 In grateful silence, earth receives The general blessing; ficsh and fair, Kick flower expands its hub leaves, As glad the common joy to share. The eoficn'd sunbeams pour around A fairy light, uncertain, pales 'il.o wind Hows cool ! the scented grousd It? breathing odors on the gale. Slid yon rich cloudo voluptuous pile, T.iothinks some spirit ol the nir Slight rest, to r,nzo below a while, Then turn to bathe and rovel there. The sun hrea'.i 'ortb j from on" the sccsa Its rloat'CT veil of mist in rlunj j And cli lite wildcrnrss of (Veen W ,th troinldins dropa oflijjht I- hung. N-vv "K7.e on i'r-inre--yct tho rami '.wois liic. by breezes fann'J, I i '-.iani, level;-, t .-she came, I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 June 1844

Thaleranrcmcnl of tlio currency Vim teen otltn assigned ns the cams of our inlaiiiiltcs, but what derangtd the currency? Thnt deinrnjcnicnt wasan effect rather than a cause, nltlin icli in its turn it be came an iflieient cause in nsjcravatinn thoiiiisforiunis of the country, by appending the operations iif liibor and depreciating ilo productions by nddinj! to the weight of indebtedness and tiua civing additional force to the original cnusi; of all. Mad not your iof porta vasily exceeded your exports, no fureicn debt would have been created, no call fur specie for expor tation, no pressure upon your Iaiikiii2 instituiion, and of course no dernncemeni of v ur currein'V. The Slate dcbis, too, have eoino in tor their share of the obloquy, Hut ihn conttnclinir llitse debt did not cnnsliltile lie eld. It was Ihe form ill whieh the loins were received in perishable fabrics, winch fur nished no litems nf rrpavinent, to the di-pnragitmnt of your own dmni'sli industry. You had. to n irreat e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 June 1844

20. On the 10th of July tho bill camo back "vetoed." ami tho question being "shall the bill pass, notwithstanding thn ol jecllnns of tho President," tho vote stood Ayes 22, (Mr. D.illas still nmonp tho number) Noes 19. Fi nally, as Into as July 7, 183G, Mr. Dallas wrote as follows on tho subject of & United Slates Dank : "Ofthe Constitutional power of tho National Oov crnmcnt in rrcnlcn hnk, I ilid tint thru, nor iln I nnv,tntcrtaln n doubt. 01 the ability of ConErcs'to create tci it Juntas would lift a saf., machine of u nince nml a serviceable necnl in precrvinir n sound currency, I teas then, as I still am. convinced. Tho intmiiils nf Countess bear witness to tho vote i'f Mr. Dallas, recorded with that of Clay and Frelinhtiysen, 135 limes in FA VOR of tho bank ; mid wo challenge, the Democrat and Sentinel to shew that ho ev er uttered a sentiment adverse to it, during tho pendency of that question. "Honest rebuke. Low indeed, must tho leaders of locofoco Is in hold the intell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 June 1844

f vert. '' ., . ' ,,r fnn lfZ ri.. 3 tie-touched his harn.nnd uatiuns h-ird entranted. TiiK mothiirluss. You're weary, precious ours! jour eyes Are wnndctiui; f:ir anil wide: Think yo of hr, !inknw so well Your lender ihouhti to guide) Wlu caul I to Wistlom'a aci tii love, Yojr fixed .ulcnlton claim 7 Ah I ngrir from jour hearts erase Thtt blcsjad inullier'i name ! "Pis lime lo fiy your evenin; livnin, My youngest infant dove ! Come, pre?. tliy vclvit check to mine, And leatn the joy of lute; My iholteri'iK nrriH can clasp yon nil. My pour disTlod throng! Clini; as you inul lo clin;; to tier Wlu s.ngs the ati;i!s' son;;. liepin, sweet bird"! the arcuetoined strain, - Conic, wailih lo id ami clrir! Alas! alas! vou're wiopniErnll, You're sobbim: in my ear ! Good night yo, s.iy t lie prayer Mia taujht Reside your hitl' lei; The lips th it ucd lo bleu you there Are aik'tit w.th the dead ! A father' Rand your causa may Rnide, Amid l!io Ilium of life ; Hii f ire protect the-" ."hriiikinir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 June 1844

THE GLOnY OP CJBSAn BUT THE WELFARE OP ROME NOT rv ir. n. STACY. From tin Lvenina Tost. ,, IM.AOI5 AMI HOOK. There swelled up from the plain below A chafins slrcamlit's roar. And fitful breezes lo and fro The forest branches bore, To rouse beneath llieir shadows deep The spirits dwelling sadly there, And wake thiir solemn notes to keep Communion vvi'h tlie voice of air. High o'er the valley's hosom piled, As though to ijuard the scene around, A mount nf rocks, like cunts wild lly sudden spell of magic bound As 'gainst the sky their arms were thrown In bold attempts its licicht to scale, Willi shrub, and vino, and moss o'ergrown, Frowned sternly 'midst the peaceful vale. No cloud its envious shadow threw Before the face of nig'it, To hide the worlds lint there pursue. Their mazy paths of licht , But all the starry trains above Spread nut their lmiillcs array, And the soft moon her meshes wovo Of silver, o'er the scene to lay. Here where the highest clitT upraised His beetling crest t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 June 1844

FOR IMWSIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Ul' KH.XTCCKY. l'Olt VICK PUESIDKNI'. or si:v juitsKV. FOREIGN. Tim Steamship Acadia arrived nt Boston mi WVilnesil.iy morning. Wo nro indebted 10 llii' Evening Journal for Wiln.er's Euro pean Tiiucs from which we inuku utir ex- Tim lnnnt important Item of new Is llnil tho nro. Itactod, nnd all but interminable proceeding- arising mil of I lie lrnh trn's Invent length 1 mi lirn ight In a r.liiMi by ihe iiiipnuinineut nf O'Cnnncll nml tin other traverser''. Tlu ivuit nrcurted nn the evening nf Tlinifhy the ulMh nit. 1 ho uincn.nionl have now in their hands Hi" man who Inn been a pl.iguc spot a caliei r tn thrill anv rnnr thisn twenty-five yi.irs who is iihiti.'-d hy his rmtiitry ns tluir " libt- lutnr.' 'mid i, witli nil lr I uili. an 1 they are nut few ami far between, one nf the untcr niiniN nf llio nun a in in w in a innral power nvrr emi'iilc" man"" greater llinn nuy di tiiagii;un that our lived, nml whose tnlrtits a a iopular linder havo inailo and iin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 June 1844

A SONG FOIt POI.K. Atn " huey Seal." Away down Boulh, llehind a cotton bale, loikud, and saw poor James k. l'ot.K, A pitting on a rail, Oil ! pnur .lommio Id Oil ! poor Jcinmio K, Your caltc will all be turned to duugli, By gallant Hamiv Clay. Twice hail ho grabbed for office, Away down in Tennessee And twico had it escaped him Just like the " Paddy's flea." Oh ! poor Jeminic K, &c. Hia friends to malic him Governor, Kept up a horrid din ; Hut though lie w.ib a handsome man, Nn coon would let hiin in. Oil ! poor Jcinmio K, &c. From that sad hour, up to this day, IIo'h not had any rest; Although ho worshipped at the ehrino Of "the greatest and the best." Oh ! poor Jeminic K, &c. " Cheer up," said a sly possum, " You yet will have your day We'll run you for our President, Oh my poor Jcmtnie K." Oh ! poor Jcinmio K, &.C. ' " Oh no !" said Jeminic, "that can't be There s no such luck forme ; Jty lone, sad days will all be spent Down hero in Tennessee." Oh ! poor Jemmic K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 June 1844

18. LAKE 0 II A AI PLAIN l'are llmmsli the Lake reduced tt 8.1,00, (McnU rxlra.) Tin: steamer purlinoton, crT. n. w Will leave Whitehall every SHERMAN, kS't. John" every I'lic.il.iv. I Monday. Thnisday, Wedtic-ibiy, Saturday. I Friltv. lilt; STEAM Fit SARANAC CAPT. (I. I.ATIIU r. Will leave Whi'chall every St. .tnhn every Mimlnv, Tue-div, Wc.lne il.iy, Tlntr-d iy, Iri lav. Saturlay. At one ci'-loeli, P. M, from each end of the Lake. The above I" lire iir.'.iugcment lor running lor tho H'iun, utile no'tce i given m the contrary. TiieCnni.anv in'cnd In p'nee the Slotuner White hall upon dm Lute in-lead ol tlm'-ninnae, early in .In ly next. Slii' will Iccoiinntini'cdl.y Cnpt. G. Lathrop. Riirlinglici. 1(1 Miv. 131 1. 50 FAINTS AND OIL. 5 TONS whiv lend, ilrv nnd ground In ml, "N'o. 1 " Exlta," nml "P .re." Spniit-h while, reillc.nl, Krench cllow. Vordigri-, Veneitnn re', litharge, spir it, turpcu.im', ite. ite. Aim, ."00 g. linseed ml. pure Jnue II, Ml. 4 hy STRONGS it Co. A LAI1GE nin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 July 1844

HOT TUB GLOnY OF C 2 S A R BUT THE V H L r A R E O V HOME BY II. B. STACY. JI II R L J N (i T 0 N , VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 5,184-1. VOL. XVIII....X. 5. MIDSUiMMHIl XHJI1T. BY r.. W. CLAIiK. How swept nt morning's earliest lionr, To watch the first fnint, tri'iimncring ray Of light, that wat.es the slumbering (lower, And ushers in the new-horn ilay. To list the lightsome matin song, Poured rjayly forth from warbling throats! While echo blithely bounds along. And when tho brilliant otb of day Has reached his summer's noontide hour, 'Tis sweet in some cool grot to stray, Or rest within some vine-clad bower, Near where the deep bluo waters rill; Or by somo leaping, laughing nil, Whoe gentle murmurs soothe iho soul, And all its troubled passions still. And sweet it is when twilight ibrows llcr dusl,y curtain o'er ihe day, When cloud? arc blushing like tho rose, As bathed in sunset's light they lay j To banish all of worldly love, To steal their worldly cares away, And soar on wings nf fai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 July 1844

mm tfiBiasa i i Kt)R l'llKSIDKNT, II E N R Y 0 L AY , OP Kr.STVCKW port vice piti:'oit)Rxr, 'a'ni5:o;3sr; rnssJM'fJiisiJVSBj:;, or xnw ji:mi:y. was literally alive. About nino o' clock tlio W. Foster, O. A. Unrttin, W Convention began to cniuu in. Franklin Orleans, Poiltu I! County with in seven or eight bundled pco-, Wiilerniiin; Grimd hie, Win. L. Sowles. pic. Litilu Gnind Isle, tin banner County, I Mr. Townsley announced that tho Prize with bur (ho bombed. Chittenden County Banner, (nfi'eied to tlx; county having tbu (oar own) with untold multitude,, camo on, largest delegation in proportion to the big some in town delegations, with banners mid votoif 1810 and tlio distance from Burling- devices, but more in little patties and single ton,) bad been iiwnidod to tlio county of teams. 1 he-gallant Lmpiro State, w bub Orund Isiij. This nwnrd was ratified by the had furnished six or seven bundled of those , unanimous volo of tlio convention, and who came (in the boat the night define,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 July 1844

1 From the llutlinslon Vt. l'rco Pros. card.-tothf. 01,0 SOLDIIRS. John Stacy tenders lii- compliments to Iih litcllitcn of tlio ltevoluiiin, nnd rrq'ic-ia nil such who timv at. tend the grand muster on the 20ih, In break bread wild him nt Ilia residence) of Ins son, a mile nurlh of the town. June 20, ISM. . Mr. Siacy, of Hurhngton, n vctctnn of the lleyolit tton, tikes it far smiled, nf course, lli.it his surviv ing eouirals il attend tlio Whig Grand Muster, Ihe Whigs n' Hilinic Whigs nf 1311. Ami they and thur descendants have especial cause in rally rmainl J ies K. I'iilk, I lie literate descendant of toties, who, true to his insiuvts nml his inheritance, voted steadily against tlio ltevol itimary Pension Lnv.-Alb, .hur. Even so. Within tlio circle of our ac quaintance, utmost every old soldier is n thorough Whig, and mi ardent mlmirer of Henry Clay. Twenty of them dined to gether on tlio occasion nhovo alluded to, and till, without exception, bore unequivocal tes timony of their...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 July 1844

Hotottehcd Ills harp.and nations heard entranced. TKSASI the voicn ok new England. BY J. 0. WIlITTlEn. Up the hill-side, down the glen, Rouse the sleeping cilir.cn, Summon out Iho might of men ! Like a lion crouching low, Like n nijht-storm rising slow, Like a tread of un-ccn foe. f It is coming it i nigh ! Stand yon homes and nllnra by I On your own free hearth-stones die 1 Dans t!n bells in n'l your spires t On the grnv hills of your sires, Kline to Heaven your si2n.1l fires I Prom W.irluirl, lone and Weak, I'ntn Berkshire's gallant peak, Let the finning licrrtMs speak 1 O, for Gol and Duty stand, Heart to heart and hand to hand, Knund the old praves of your land! V have only fft us spare, Kor a free and fairies raee None for traitors false and base. Like the Angel' voice su' lime, Heard above, a world of crime, frying of the end of Time. In th proed ear of the South, With one heart and with one mouth, Utti r Freedom's mishty oath : " Make our union bond a chain We mil snap its li...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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