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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 November 1847

j,J.U..L .- Brahleioci and FitMurg and Cmntaiait-Rirer RailroadteK bill ltu been Introduced Into the Home, and passed to a third rcadlng.araendlng the charter of the Brattleboro ana i itchirurg 1C 11. Co. Uiy which the road to Ucllowe Falls b to be complct ed within two jean, ami permitting the .connect! cut ltlrcr K. II, to connect with It at any place, up on condition that the former road may connect with the latter In the tame manner at or north of Deer- field. This Is equitable and just. A Statd AoRtCL'LTCr-AL SociEir wu formed at Jtontpcller, ond a constitution adopted, on the 2, In or uetn which wc ihall publish next week. Such a Society was much needed, and will do much to diffuse a knowledge of tho Improvements or agriculture throughout thcState. aJ"Tho country- has to mourn tho death of Hon. Jabf.z W. Hf .stixoto.v, Uio only Whig V. S. Senator from Connecticut Ho died of a bilious attack, at Norwich, on Monday last, lit insK Ho was a talented and good man, and his loss will...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 November 1847

gfflvfcttUuval. Apples for Stock. Mr J. L. Sinclair, Mercilith Village, N. II., remtrki that the poltto crop is short, tod tho few the havo are rotting Tail, he would lilts tome information as to the beat method of feeding apples to hogi and other animals. Apples are belter food for lioga than olh er animals, though the ma; be fed to other stock to dranlage. Apples are mucn oci tar for hogs after being cooked, and thero is great advantage in mixing them with other food, such as meal ol various kinds, potatoes, pumpkins. Sic. Meal is excellent, as it dries up the abundant moisture in ap ples; and as apples are not terj nutritious, there is an advantage in mixing them with more solid or concentrated fuod. Pumpkins are excellent la mix with ap ples, as the sweetness or the runner coun teracts the acid of the latter, We liaro tried various ways of feeding spples to twine, and we preier tne loiiowiug : uon or tteani apples, pnlalncs, Mid pumpkins to gather, using the largest quantities 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. — 12 November 1847

a ii 'in,! .w.T4.. v. aL, jg&.J.,t. . . ""a"asR"jssr""a in,' A VOLUME XIV. BRATTLEB ORO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1847. NUMBER 13. runusiiKji every fiudat by RYTHE1 &, PIiATT. O. H. Pi ATT, EDITOR. OFFICE no. 3 wiuun't sioxrs bcildixo Terxs. T single isitHcriters,ta,00 a year. To Companies and tli.se who pay in adranco, ft liberal tusceint will be uil. BUSINESS CARDS. PIItEIVIX HOUSE, Br CHARLES O. LAWRENCE, Usattleboro, Vt. Feb. 1st, 1M lySS E . HART, Fashionable Tailor. Vo. Obahite now, BslTTLxnoKot Vu. (IS) HENRY CLARK, ACEXT OP WlXDHAM COCXTT MctCAL Fl IKSURAJCE CoxpAKr, t2) imaMoro, Jl Ii. G. HEASi Slttoriirjj nrta Counselor nt Into, raicTicma is Tint cocrts or VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE. Commissioner appointed to take proof and ock.owl- v-uuiciii oi xceai aua oiner Ansiruraents, to bo recorded or used in the Bute of New York. Agent for the .1-tna arid lVotection Insurance Com panies, Hartford, Conn injuring all kinds of properly on the most reasonable terms. i MlNCr ACT CHE...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 November 1847

I! ! II J L Interesting War Intelligence. (JEW. Scoti'n OrEKAtioxs is Mexico. r'Wt IKojXWot Imion, Air. 3.1 We hawj been furnished with ilic following oAiiiKtummici iiuiu u.i UUICLT Ul UISiini;iiuii of tho tuft" of Gen. Scott's arm)', to a friend in this city. As it irivbs the onlv methodical ac count which wo Into icon of tlio operations of our army, from the day it left l'licbla to tlio fi nal conquest of tho city of Mexico, it is a letter which rrill be read at fill time Tilth profound iMCrC't The writer Is an officer of high merit and enlarged experience, and in every way qualified tojuilgo of the operations which he has ro grapwcairynnd ticautilully described. tllTV n M-vTr.n Rnh( Ofi lft.17 My last letters from jalapa informed you of i ll. ..CI.! it.- .1...!-. -f.l.- UIU UJA1(IUUU9 Vt U1M UlUiy, U11M UIU UUUUI VI IUU officers of tho corps of topographical engineers, to include the battle of Cerm Gordo. Kincn that time, and after the anny left Jalapa, tiicrej mere lias not been...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 November 1847

Dcspatchcs i from Major DshhIhk;- Cit'vof J!exico?Ujiii:d tTAtKii,". MniWil. 1817. t Jin Oalis & Sttvros i My dear oM friends, I'm nlivo yetj though l'ro been through shower of balhas thick as hailstones. I got your paper containing my letter that I wroto on Uie road to the war. Tho letter I wroto afterwards, the irucrrillaa and robbers are to thick. I think. If. ten chances to ono if you cot "cm. Borne of uxutk m 11. n nu-wiiix iu in uie same V; e'o cot the city of Meiico annex ed, I think the Postmaster General ouiht to !, - ... 1 i; i-. . i ...... mguiw iiuv ui stages running acre, so our letters may go safe. I wish you would touch lira President and Mr Johnson up ft little about this tniil-itage bmincss, so they may keep nil the coachniakcra at work, and tee that the fanners raio liorsei as fast as they can, for 1 don't think they hare any Idea how lone the roads is this way, nor how fast we aro gaining south. If we keep on annexin as fust as wo have dono n year or two past,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 November 1847

ftflVfCUKtlVsTl. A Select List of Un ckablj Good Fruits. An unknown correspondent, In Pittsburg writei ua as follows : "I ' nm just in tho midst of Iho improvement or n new place, My house is finished, triy garden laid out, ml now 1 ni sitting at my table, up 10 my elbolva in nursery catalogues some of them almost hooka in size; and, shall I confess it, I am rather puzzled than aided in malting a aelection for my fruit garden. Among so many 'ipieritiia,' 'iirst rate, 'delicious' va rielies, how am I to choose tho few that I really want 1 Especially does this become difficult, when I look into the thing a little more closely, and obserre that Mr A, of Long Island casts a cloud or doubt over what Mr B. of Western New York consid ers of iho highest excellence t In this di lemma, may not I, and other readers of your journal, (aim undoubtedly there are many in my position,) look to you lor a little im partial adrico f Tell those, for example, who, like myself, don't wish to go into the f...

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

, e """ 7 "T n- n niiium pnrT-ElIwf osss.fsssjivBsssi V M. . at t 1- SWMT"- tn-tr s as' M ' -!-( r.sK pt . -Ms isM'. k i 9n)rA c .-.SJai iiotif. ..,T '.atsav'' ' "'"' ' ' '' ' V 41 aj , ' r, ' ft VOLUME XIV. littATTLMB ORO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 184.- , . , . , ."..-h i m ssssssaav vh jkwwww .h .mx '.bl; rr .t j t.WmT ;mp C ITIIIJIX PUBLISHED EVEBY TRIDAY"' BY! O . U . , J L, AT.T K I J I.H . R M 1 OFFICE so. a wumler's arosn scudixo. Tebxs, Toslnglesulscrtcrs,$2,00sjcir, Ta uwnpantcs, and those who pay In advance, liberal discount will be nut, Busixuss caks. joiiS r. adkijvs, XAxuriciunrn or Carriages ana Slnlsrtia, Wrst BitATTianonoVT. (3i) EORGE CWTtKU & CO., BKAUBS IK ASD MiKClMCICBERS or BOOTS; SHOES, AND OAITEllS. No. Bmck Bow, Brattleboro, Vl. (43) II. SPALDING, M. D., Surgeon Dentist, Ii. . ME All. ftftoriUB nnb'Counstlor nt aato, rmcTicisu ih ins counrs or Vermont and ne it-1 Hampshire, Commissioner appointed io take proof and acknowj nlsmcnt of DccAonJ other Iiutrnracnti, l...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 November 1847

LATER FIIOM MEXICO. Capt. Walker tf 7xai killcJ-Santa Anna tltfencded in the tommand of the Army Mutters in the Citj f Metico Progress of the American Arms. The steamship New Orleans, with Onlci Irom Vera unit to Wio IrtoV November, nrtived at New Orleans on tlic Tth tnst.jS (Jen. Patterson was lo leave Vera Crux vn the earns day that .lre New Orleans ail. Tho whole number of person cunslb ttrtiug'lils IfAiil and&corl.'anlSunia'lo Tire thousand. There re two r hundred and fwanlf wagons. ThoTansrer, under Capt. Biicoo. are to accompany the train. .-.Tho bravo.Capt.a. tl. Walker) of Text r.i, was killed in a recent action with tho aicxleanstt Hulmantla. Tho folloftinj items are extracted from llio VertCruz Genius of.Llberty (an Amer ican paper) of the 1st Inst: "Atlixco lias been taken possession of ly; a lorce ot juuu ot our troops. Tina large city has yielded without Iho least re sistance. . 'Oritiba, by this time, is doubtless in possession of the .American forces. Tho Mexican ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 November 1847

-Jin-Way's Resolutions, lirWctontf, lininarv causo or Uio nrcsont linlimmv war cxistintr between tlio Uuitud Slates of Aiwn ic nntl llio United Slates of tlio Itciiublie' of former ?, and 1 do' immediate -occasion'of hbstili- tics netwven I no two republics, arose out of llio .orucr pi um J.-resiciciu oi um iUmtcil! JStalci foi tlio removal of tlio nraiv ttmlcr tlio command r, ofi Gen. Taylor, fromiu position lit Corpus Chiis- ti to a point opposito Mntamoros, or bank of the . Iba llmrn, within tho on tlio cast o territory 'uiitlcr- thd iiiiuiiu vj uuui rvimuiic, um men iiutier tha jurisdiction of Meiico, and inhabited by its citl- zcn- Hint tlio order of tlio rrcsidcnl for" tho removal oi tno army to that point, won improvi dent and unconstitutional, it bcintr without tlio concurrence of Congress, or cicn connultatiQa with it, altliondi it was in session ; but tli.it Con jrrcaj' having , byjts subfcirucnt acts, rccogniicil tlio war thus brought Into existence without lis previous a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 November 1847

T tarai secitiy lbfiiiiltS julblid 'nollVtonfenlioii br.lhd IrieridJ orjVriCUU(irl aiia.IlotlteI lural linnrorcincnt convened at Iho l'fco .Chiireli In Monlpelicr, Oct. 27, 1817. The Iltccillig was cancu io orucr uy n. n. oiacy, of BiHliiiatgn, and wis organized by, Iho election of Hon. William Nojlt.of New Haven, President, Dr Cliarles Clark, ot Monlpclfcf, and Hon. Leonard Sargcant.of Manchester. Vice Presidents, and E. C. Tracy) k WYndaor, Scjcl.rjr. ' "A ller remark, by It. Bradl, and II. D. 'Slaojfriiqr. of flurllngl6ii, and Iter. S. R, J tall of Craflsliury, on motion ofD. W. C. Clarko, Esq. of Burlington,- j, .Vohdl ,Ti Jl j eippdient lo! take alepi nSvi-for the formation of a State Agricul tural and Horticultural Sodletr. On mbtlon'of the Hev. S-H. HaJI, Voted, That a committee bo appointed to prepare, a Constitution for said. Society. And audi committee wa"l chosen tij'rfonv nation as follows : ilcsars S. U. Hall ami Isaac Parker, of 'Orlefanf county, E. C. Tfic. ofWlndaor,...

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

TOJLUME XIV. BRAT TXjEK ORO, FRIDAY? NOVEMBER 26, 1847. NUMBER 14. PUBLISHED F.VEKY FIIIDAY BY RYTI1ER 6t PLATT. O. II. I li AT T EUITOlt. OFFICExo. J wnciLcit'f sioxr aciLsixa. TihmsTo single snUcrilrs,t!,00 a rear. To Companies, and those who pay la advance, a literal discount will lie made. BUSINESS stl CARDS. JOHN V. AD KIN S, uixcrACTUKKn or CnrrliifCH anil Sleighs, Wtit uununoRo, Vr. (sj) (.COUGH CUTLER & CO., Dr.ALr.na itt asd maxcficicrexi or BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITEUS. Xo. 3 Baicg Bow, Brattleboro, Vt. (43) It. SPALDING, JU. D., Surgeon Dentist, OFFICEr-J'irat Door South of DUTTON J- CLARKS SIQRE. (tyl9) L, G i DIG AD, SUtornrn. nnij Counselor nt ato, riACTicixo ix mi couan or VERMONT AND NE W HAMPSHIRE, Commissioner appointed to take proof anil acknowl edgment of Deeds and other Instrument!, to bo recorded or used In the State of New York. Agent for the A!tna and Protection Insurance Com panies, Ilartford, Conn. insuring all kinds of property on the most reasonable term...

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

audi specimens, an H must bo got out first. Ho wanted to sell it, lio know nothing of mining operations. Thejr asked what lie would take for it, lie thought a while 'and told llicm fvt humlred dollars. They would not risk it, hut told him if ho would leave it the would get some one lo get it out Tor him. and Dr him for it when titer know what it was worth. Ho did so, and on bf- ing worked up, it brought over sixteen nun drtd dollars. The old man went straight home to tell lib wife and bojs. He had eight sons all grown up, and, furnishing each one a rnus el, he marched up to town after his three hundred and thirty gold piece. He came intn flm tillsfffl with colors tiring, and they did not know but no was going to i mini by norm, but he camo "arn equipped" at the head or hi "con 10 cut a iplurge, "making a bit of . did not know but ho was going lo tako the "armed and "company," i of a show ing," and tako possession of his pewter, lie got ins oust, anu marencu ou, "eyes right, toes out...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 November 1847

From lhe,l'uebla Flajtf Freedom, Ocl.Vt. The Battle of llHamantla. jj; Tlio American forces under lirigadier'Ccii. Lane, now numbering soma 800 men, advanced towards I'ticUa, and on tlio evening of tlio Rlh of October arrived at tho liaclenda San Tnma. ris, distant 3 miles from that city. Information liad been daily received that General Santa An na was stationed at the paw of llnal (Venta del l'inat) Tfith four thousand men and several nlo. ces of artillery, to oppose our progress. This pass itu ttrclto miles in advanco of the liicicn- un. jiucuniingiy, on uio morning 01 wo yui, tba whole army prepared to march and attack the pass. At Oils moment information was re ceded that Gen. Santa Anna was in the town of Jluatnantla, distant 10 miles from- the hacienda. i jrom the main road, and 8 from the pass, or i miles nearer tho rtass than bur cncamnmcnL Gen. Lane, leaving a considerable portion of Mia auiw aai. uiu liscipi.ua wiaaa taiu aaauttjage wagons and a part of tlio artillery, de...

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 November 1847

To Dye a Green Color. On woolen goods, boil tho good, which must be well cleaned, in boiler along with aomo of the aulphate or indigo ana mine. Yarn must be well turned in the liquor and cloth well stirred. Tho depth of ahades de pends on the quantity of indigo used, The fustio must be added or diminished accord' in? to the vellownesa of the shade wanted, About a pound of fustio to I pound of goods i- .1 t 1 I. r ' -l. ..I- 'ri,. ia Duuui cuougii lur a uuimuuii iuiugi a w sulphate of indigo is made bjr adding the flour of indigo of the best quality, to Titriol, about 1 lb. of indigo to the S of vitriol and mtlfliiiff ffratimllif fur iwa davs. stirrlnrr fro. quenttjr at the same time. The sulphate of indigo should neter oe used ueioro It is nine days old. It is worth twice as much after this lime, as it would be if used before. A little alum is added to the wooten cloth. The sulphate of indigo will dye man; shades of blue. Green on silk is dyed with the samo luffs as wool, or woolen ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 December 1847

to-, tan,,-,, .4. 4 VOLUME XIV. BRATTLEB ORO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1847. NUMBER 15. ,rUni.lSJIKD UVEItY FRIDAY I1Y RYTHEIt 4c PLjATT. O. II. PIjATT, UOITOll. OFFICEso. 2 wheeler's itoke buimuxo. Tcnm. To tingle subscribers, SJ.00 a year. To Companies and llioc who pay in ailrance, a libera) discount will be made. The Family Meeting. or ciiAiau irruoir. We arc all here! Father, Motlicr, Shier, Urothcr, All who hold each other dear. Each chair il filled t we're all or komt To-night let no cold stranger come. It Is not often thtu around Oar old familiar hearth we're found I Mess, then, the meeting and the lKt, For once be every care forgot; Let gentle peace avert her power, And kind atfection rule the hour: We're all oil here. We're not all here I Some are away the dead ones dear, Who througed with us thli ancient hearth, And gaTe the hour to guileless mirth. Fate, with a tern, rclcntlcai hand, Looked In and thinned our little band', And cruel Ocean hat his share n ere nor all here. We ...

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

ed. 4t had seen ilut war hd often been ihn most trifliiu pretext ; that It had teen frequently waged lo estab lish or exclude a dnirsty ; to match a crown from the head ol one potentato anu filaco it upon the head of another that it lad often been prosecuted to promote alien and other Interest! than those of the nation whose chief had proclaimed it, as in Ihe caso ofi-.ngliali wars lor Hanoverian inter eats ; and, in short, that such a vast and tremendous power ought not to be confined to sue perilous cxerciao ui wuc una-,. ,. The Convention, therefore, rcsoired to guard the. war making pouer sgainst thoie great abuses, of which, in the hands of a monarch, it was so susceptible. And the security against thoso abuses which its wis dom devised, was to test the war-making power in the Congress of the United States, being iheiimmcdiato representatives of the people and the Slates. So apprehensive and jealous was the Convention of its abuse in any other Hands, that if interdicted the exe...

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

From Mnico. A West India paper gives ttie following Mex ican news, derived avowedly from tlio llriliili Courier, who last li ft the city or Mexico, lire dstcs arc ho later (Vera Cni, Not. 1.) than those received, by way of New Orleans, yet the source of Information makes it worth quoting. Jlr Triit bail rc-opened. communications with the Moxican Government, ami tent In his ulti malum, which would to placed before Congress. About 70 deputies had reached Qucrctaro more than sufficient to form a quorum and com mence uusinevs. The 1'reudent "d Interim" was timid nn.t afraid to act, not being certain that; tha different States wouut approve ot lus appointment still same holies were held out that thn Amprtnn propnsiuons would be favorably received. Un- nayyvji mw thui oru uiviucu into so many tolitical parties, that it Is to bo feared what u dooe by ono will lio undone by the others, from mere jmliticnl rivalry, heedless of tht true inter- till oj tieir unjortunaie country. the Fcderalist...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 December 1847

11 Chemi i contai ftavfcuUtuvil. From the Gtfmutonn (Fa.) lUcyraph. Economy of Fodder. "A penny savd li two pence earned." FalsitUS. Too many farmers. I Tear, ore obnoxious to lite charge of being "penny wife and pound foolish" in somo of their affairs. In the feeding of'stock, for instance, farmers who aro scrupulously vigilant in applying me inosi ngiu principles 01 jiuucvbi other mattera, are shocking! remits. My objdet In the present communication is not so much, however, to censure, ai to offer a iVord of adrico to those whom I can but re gard as negligently inattentive to their own interests, and to whom, consequently, a few kindly and timely suggestions may bo ben eficial. The subject to which I wish at present more particularly to solicit attention, is the cconomisition of fodder a subject certainly in this climate, of transcendent importance, and to which every one who has the care and management of a stock of cattle, ought watchfully to attend. It has been repeatedly demon...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 December 1847

ir "Mumnmnwi w umiwiirmi 1 1 in I i i in iiTri1 9 .UK rtf VOlUME XIV. BRATTIal&B OROJMD; jEWBCEMUJER 10,1847. . 5 ,-, , , ., ... "I '! am, U,.JB. ,R(lIVp,mJRli , " yW . 1 W, ;.! PUBLISHED EVERT FKtlUV ST, KYTHKR & PLATT. tf. II. 3rATT, kditor. uiin,i-jn,: wnxiLus -roxr bcildixq, T-ToinglenWrlUfi,'JOajeir. To CorapttiM, and those nha pnyln ad ranee, n liberal tuscoans ttiu.t nude. BUSINESS CAR US. OEeKOK CUTI.KR St, CO, -MIUM 1 -AXI MaxljrACTCBBBS Or- BOOTS, SHOES, AliO GAITERS, Mo. z Bare Bow, Bratucboro, Vr. (43) M. SPAi.Tirarr- nt- xi.. Srgeon BcntlHt, vjivirti( Jjer Sottk of DVTTON f CLARKS STORE., "jljlj) 1 ..' MEAD. S(torira Jinti Counselor nt ate, ruciicno IX Tltk cocrts or termonc and new Hampshire. CommiMioMr appAinted to take proof and ncknoxl recorded nt-n.j.1 tntl,. Stmt - t V v.... Agent for, the ,Euia and rrotertion InintmimCom- propertj-'on the mo muwiitbU tcrau, SI JOUN P. ABKIiVS, JUJCTiCTcktr or Carrlarai a.il.iilal . fftii Buttudobov,Tt. ' ' "(m) Lidiu', Gr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 December 1847

President's Message, JSeltow Citixtni ef tht Btnatt and linn of Jttprtttnlatlvtt I Tha annual meeting of Congress Is ahravs an Intercstingcvcnt. The reprecntative of the Slate and ol the people come irean irom their constituent to take counsel together Tor the common rood. After an eii$ tpnee of near three-fourth or century aa n free and Independent republic, tho pioblem no longer remain 10 uo loiveu, whether man is capable of elf government. The tuccessofour admirable system is a conclusive refutation of the theories of those in other counlnea who maintain that "a, favored few" are born to rule, and that the mass of mankind must be gorerned by force. Subject lo no arbitrary or hereditary au thorily, the people aro the only sovereign recognised by our constitution, Numerous emigrants of every lineage and language, attracted byiho citril and religious freedom we enjoy, and by our happy condition, an. nually crowd to our shore, and transfer their heart, not less than their allegiance,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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