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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 February 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 18, 1817. lUntcljmmt & State louvnal. E. 1. WALTON, JK., KWl'l'OIt. BloiUpcllcr.'a'liiti'sdiiy, Fclmmvy 18. THE THREE MILLION BILL. Till! GUIS AT aVBBTION. Wo givo llio administration aido of tlio ques tion, in the following explanation of tlio bill by Senator Sevier, a friend of Polk, and ono of tlio committee which reported tho bill: Tlio object of this bill, as appears upon its face, was to mako peace with Mexico, and in ur ging its passage, ho should abstain from tho ex. prcssion of any opinions regarding tho origin of B I - . . ! . C 1 T I . ' - . ... in , IIIU .UUA1CUI1 WUr , lUr 1113 UUJUUl nun lu VAUIIU llu party feelings upon any side on a question of this sort. Ho took it tor irrantcd they wero till in fa- vor of peace, if it could bo obtained upon proper terms ; and it was proper that ho should say that ho did not see how peace could bo brought about unless ono or other of the bolligerent parties made nn advance towards o...

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. — 18 February 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 18, 1817. Ho was In favor of a vigorous prosecution of tlio war, nlnl opposed to (lie plan laid down by Mr Calhoun. Ho regretted tlio roinurls of Mr Oallioun na to our inability to proscctito tlio war successfully, because of its influonco in Mexico. Ilo thought Mr Calhoun's defensive plan more expensivo than tho ofTctisivo one, nnd it would protract the war rather than load lo a speedy ter mination of it. Mr Corwin lias llio iloor for to morrow. Tho report of tlio Committee of Con ference on tlio ten regiment bill was, after a spir ited debate, concurred in. House. Mr Stanton from tho Naval Commit tcce, reported without nmcndnient, tho bill to ndd tlio oiliccrs of tho Into Texas Navy to tho Navy of tho United States referred to tho coin miltco of tho whole. Mr Washington limit reported a bill lor tho relief of lioland read twico and referred to tho Committee of tho Whole. The Committee of tho WIiolo then took up tho thrco million bill....

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. — 18 February 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 18, 1817. Agricultural. WINTER CARE OF SHEEP Aa tlm ivool business has becomo a t.nr imnortnnt branch of American bus bandry, n"d is competent of being much inoro so unless it is destroyed by the su icidal policy of our law makers, wo shrill givo a few brief directions with regard to the winter management of sheep.- And in what wo shall say wo wisli it dis tinctly understood that wo aro only pre senting a brief abstract of tlioso rules lnifl dnwn in that most able work, "Tlie Jhnrrirnn Shenhard," published iu 1845 by L. A, Morrcll, who is himself one of tlio most enlightened sheep breeders in the country, und whoso book should bo in the possession of every agricultor in the country, as without doubt, it com bines moro true philosophy connected with the rearing and managing of sheep, nnd more of those unerring results aris ing from practical knowledge, than any other volume ever printed. Necessity of Protection. There is nothing, says th...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 February 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1817. VOL. XLI, NO. 15. WHOLE NO. 21 OG. iUatcIjiumt & 0tatc journal. runLisiini) uvehy tiiursuay morning TERMS $ 1 50 cash In ndvanco $5 00 If payment li not mado In advance j interest always charged fiom the end of the j cor, GRATUITOUS ADVERTISING. The underilsnd finding that the puhlic flto malting tinrcn lonable demand! upon IhHr lolumni by tho way of gratuitous advertlicmcntf, feci compelled Irf enter into tho following a- lt. Pur alt notices whatever, usually puSIMiod gratuitously we will charge onc-holf tho usual price of odvertTicment. SJ Torobituaty notice, exceeding tho etmplo announce ment of the death, wo will charce tho name price E. 1 WALTON & SONS, Publishers of the IVatthman and Journal JOSEPH POLAND, Publisher of (A Freeman, EASTMAN U DANTOUTII, Publishers 0 Vie Patriot. Montpclior, Dec. 181G. LUt cfToit Offices to which the Wntchmaacan be tent Tree through tho Mailt IVathington County, It r re....

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 February 1847

VERMONT "WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 25, 1817. il1atcl)mmt & tafc 2cmutal. u. x: ivalTojt, jk., editok. Moiitpcllor, TluirMlity, Vcltruury 25. THE GREAT QUESTION. A noblo victory over tlio Slavocracy was a chlovcd in the IIouso on the 15th. By u mnjori ty of hine, on a full vote, ttio Wilinot proviso was carried. Closo work, this i barely fivo votes changed would Imvo carried the day for Slavery. Could not Polk beg or buy fivo moro votes? more, wo say. It is said that tlio requisite num ber had boon secured J but on Saturday tlio res olutions of tho Whig legislature of Ohio reach ed Washington they had been passed nearly unanimously, and somo of tho locos, who had been fixed by Polk, wouldn't stand firo ( they had to yield to tho voice of their constituents. Thus tho causa of Freedom and of tho Freo States was saved : thus by tho Whig triumph in Ohio and other States last autumn. Had not tho Whigs carried theso elections, the Slavocrucy would have been triumphant now;...

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. — 25 February 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 25, 1847. tlailvonbs. Vf.tlMO.NTCKNTBAL RoAI). TllOPCClioll flOIll Wluto Uivcr to Windsor, it is round, "ill bo constructed very far Mow tlio estimated cost. Tlio Treasurer lias given notice, that a dividend or interest will bo due, and piyablo to stockhold ers whose assessments are paid on the 15th day or March ncx, upon nil sums paid by thi-m upon their shares respectively, previous to tho 1st of March; transfers alter 1st March will not bo on titled to interest accrued prior to that date. Sullivan (N. II.) Road. Under tho ener getic administration of Gov. Hubbard, this road seems to bo getting on admirably: tlio stock subsciiption is very strong, and wo learn also that S. I' llclknnp has contracted Tor the con struction or tho road. This road commences at n. point oiposito Hollows Falls bridge (where tho Cheshire road is to end,) and terminates at Windsor, where it will unito with tho Central road. FcruiY vs. Unman. Tlio discussion i...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 February 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 25, 1847. aigncuimfrtl. On Fermentation. rtom tlio Itoston Cultivator. Messrs. Editors : In nn agricultu ral coureo of reading, I litvvo met with tho following passage on a subject but little understood in the general way, but which contains in itself a whole volume of instruction to the practitioner, for whoso use I now beg its insertion in your useful miscellany. It is on the dif fnrnnr.n bntween saccharine and putrefac tive f.vmmintSnn a difference big with the most important results to tho Far mer, mid ntcrcst to mc men 01 rciicc tion. It will repay a whole year of study. "It seems to be generally admitted, that animal and vegetable matter must bo reduced to a ucrfectlv soluble state, be fore it can be appropriated as food for plants, and, to effect this, it is consider ed necessary that a perfect decomposi tion should tako place of the substance nrovided for this purpose-; and many processes are noticed, by which deconi effected : ...

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

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 4$ 1817. VOL. XLI, NO. 16. WHOLE NO. 2107. tUattljman & 0tatc journal. rVUMSHED UVERV TIlUItSDAV MOHNING. TERMS ftl 50 caili Injitlvancoi 83 00 If payment Is not made In advance j tincrcit nlwuys charged from tho end of me jenr. ORATUirOlTS advertising. The undenlsnM finding that tlio public iia ma Vina unrca- aopabte ilemandi upon thflr columna by tho way of eratultoiia itavcTiiicmeriif, icci compciicu io enier ituo ino loi lowing a grccment i lit. Tor alt notices irhattver, umall? published gratuitously, we will chargo one-half tho uiunl price of adrertTnernenti Sd I'orobituaiy notices, exceeding tho ilmplo announce ment of the death, wo will chars; o tho tnmn price. E. 1 WALTON Sc. PONS, Publishers of the Watchman and Journal, JOSllVU POLAND, Publisher of th Freeman. EASTMAN t DANFORTII, Publishers of the Patriot, Mootpeller, Dec. 1810. Llit ff Tost Offices to which tho Wulelironti can to Bent free through tho Mailt W'at...

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

VERMONT "WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 4, 1847. resolution. Wo liavo ntlomptcd to do It. Now isit for an humblo man liko me, who stands hero like tho poor publican ol old, and docs not pro tend to bo one or tho Pharisees that know nil things, and aro bolter than all men that smites his bosom and says, " God bo merciful to me, n poor Whip!" is it for mo, when theso appoin ted High Priests ot the Temple of Democracy hold two different stories, lo judgo between them ? Is it for me to sav that tho President of the United Stales lias told tho truth, and that tho Senator from Missouri lias lied ? It is not a con troversy between tho President of tho United Stales and mo. It is a controversy about a mat tor of fact and truth of history, about which the Senator from Missouri has declared that it is n nnrt nt tlm llnnnhlle nf Mnxlco. IMS VCrV country, which your President, in this document of his, which must have passed into the political lilelnrv nf llnnirrrM fur wliat it is WOrtll, l...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 March 1847

4 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 4, 1847. llttilvcmus. Tlio work on tlio Sullivan rond has boon com menced. According to tlio Chrcmont Kaglc, Mr. Uollsnap has contracted to finish tlio road as 60on rts tlio Cheshire shall bo completed, or at nny rate as soon as June first, 1818. Vermont anii Canada. A great ileal of interest is manifested in Northern Vermont and in Canada, upon the connection of tlio Ver mont Central nnd Ogdensburgli roads with Mon treal, by the Vermont and Canada road. Two applications to Parliament have boon advertised both of them for a charter from Montreal to tlio Vermont line, and one osliing the right to bridge tho Richelieu thus opening a continu ous railroad lino from Boston to Ogdcnsburgh, with a branch to Montreal. Tho discussion as to routes begins to wax warm in tho North. Pi.AM Uoaps. Plank roads are not exactly railroads, but thoy rank next in importance. In Canada West, theso roads have been success fully tested. A plank road was built l...

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

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 4, 1817. GO FORWARD. A SONG. BV J. E. CAItrENTEll, ESCI. Oo foiv.ardt 'ill MljTi IMni to be glancing, Wo cannot recover lho days that aro past t Tlo future, our jo)i, will, perchance, bo enhancing, Tho' dark clouds of caro o'er llio ptcactit aro cast) Thero l noter a night but there comei a to morrow, There li never n cloud but a eunbeain succeeds I Wo IhouM feel not llio balm, If wo know nol tho lorrow, Co forward t tho moni utii to liappincs loads. Oo fonvnrd I the futuro muit jleld to tho power That juitlcc, and gooJncai, and truth can convey I Tho baie and tho fulao may succeed fur llio hour, But rcaion, at lad, ill but honor obey I Truo courofjo conaliti but In fuclnjr a dangor. Ne'er harbor Injuitico by word or In deed. As you'd bo to a friend, bo tho lamo to a ilrangcr. Oo forward ! and nori you'll bo luro to luccced ! Ijumovous Selections. TRUE PHILOSOPHY. In a number of the New York Mirror, Jnnuarv last, wc arc presented with rath...

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. — 11 March 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEK, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1817. VOL. XLI, NO. 17. WHOLE NO. 2108. iUrttcljnmn & 0latc 3touvnal. ri'iti.iHiicu every TiiunsiuY jioiinino, T11RMS 1M cash In ndvnnco S3 0() If payment Is not innde in ndtuncoi interest clwttyg charged liom tlio end of the year. (UtATUlTOUS AI)Vi:ilTlSINa. The undersigned finding tlint llio public nto mailing unrea sonable demand upon their lolumni by tlio wny or crntuilmie ndvciUsmcnts, feel compelled to enter into the follou-lug a gruemenl I 1st. Vor nil notices whatever, uiuilly published gratuitously, wo Mill charge one-half tlio muni price of nilvertTsemcnti. 2d. For obilunty nuliccs, exceeding tlio simple luitiounco lncnt of llie death, wo will cbnrpo tho anno prleo. II. V. WALTON 4c HONS, Publisher of the It'nteliman and Journal, joskpii roi.ANi), Publisher of the Freeman, EASTMAN & OANFORTII, Publishers of the Patriot, Jlontpollcr, Dec. 1810. iUtsccllancouG. THE WOFULLY WEDDED. AN IRISH TALE, iiy mahv how...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 March 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAUCIl 11, 1817. lUatcljmrm & &Jik oiivnalL' nioiitpvllei', TluusUuy, IHtucli 11. THE GREAT QUESTION. Tin: north iu:trayi:i! Tlio second scono in tho great Congressional drama is concluded : tlio first was tha adoption of tho Wilinot proviso by the lloueo j tho second, is tho rejection oftho same proviso in tlio same body, by tho treachery of Northern locofocos. Hut let us rcviow tho tacts. When tho Senate took up its own three million bill, (which mado no provis ion against Slavery,) for final action, Mn. Upmam tool; the Slavocratic "bull by tho horns," as it well became the Senator of Liberty loving Ver mont to do : ho moved to affix to it ri section PROHIBITING SLAVERY FOREVER in all territory which may bo acquired. Honor to .Mr. Umiam : wo trust there is not n Vormonlcr w ho will not heartily cry amen to that. This motion was earnestly supported by Messrs. Upham, Mil ler and Cillcy all Whigs j Mr. Cameron (loco from Pennsylvania) sai...

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. — 11 March 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 11, 1847. Several private bills rind bills not of pcncrnl interior wcro piiRscil. A resolution was ndoiled fir printing 7000 nilditioiml copies of tlio Inst l'nlcnt Ullicu llcpnrt. Tlio bill as passoil, provi ilnrf f ir aililiiionn.1 war steamers, appropriates n mli i in of dollars fur four vessels uf the first class for the navy, and provides lor the construc tion, by individual enterprise, of twelve others, for tninsportion of tho United Siatos mail bo tween Now York nnd Now Orleans, Havana and Chaijrus, Panama and Oregon. Tho intended renewal of tho attempt to im pose a duty on tea and colfeo expired with the rejection of tho bill to admit books imported for literary institutions frco of duty. ArroiNTiutNTS. Gen. (Jco. Cadwallader, of Philadelphia, is nominated to fill tho placo of ling, tiriirr.il, which, it is said, Col. Webb, tho editor of Iho Courier and Enquirer, desired. Ocn. O. is a Whig. rx-tiovctnor David Tod, of Ohio, has boon...

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

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 11, 1817. HONEST AND HAPPY. hv a. MNNiWla banks, i:sa. Theroi much In the world that li doublful, Thero't much tto ihatl no'er undcrttand AVliy f'irlut should llvo In n toct-hutt, And Viet on tliout of the Itnd. For thoto who ore fretftil and poctlib, Thlt duty romalni to fulfil J But try to bo henttt tni happy, And let tho world da ai It "111. Tlio poor tt retch who wnlkt upon crutchci, May often ho cntled, far more Than ho who In splendid apparel Can shut on Iho less" Ids door J Ho cord not for rlarct and shorry J Of vcnlion ho hai not hl fill Yet dare! to ho honcit ond happy, And leu tho w urld do ai It will. lie bnaited no lordly possessions, No livery at table to w-alt lie maketh no hollow professions To cheat his friend, looner or late I Uo ruins no hardworking tradesman, Who get! hut n curio for hi hill Cut trlci to ho honest ond happy, And lets tho world do ai It ttill. lit) joint not tho howl or tho wassail, He treks not the gambl...

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. — 18 March 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 18. WHOLE NO. 2109. lUatrljman & 0tntc journal. rtmi.ISHEI) EVERY TItUUSDAY MORNING. TERMS SI SO colli In ndvoncol 63 00 If nnvmfnl I. nt made In advance intcreit ftlwnyi charted (torn the end of ine ;eur. GRATUITOUS ADVr.UTISINO. The underlined llndlng that the public aro making tlnrea eonatilo denionda upon Ihrlr column! by the way of eratultoui ndrertliomcnli, feel compelled to enter luto the followlne a Breementt '"'..f'0.' "" ""'"' wkateter, uiually pnMiilied gratultou.tr, ws will charge one-half tlio unual price of odcrtIenicnt. Bd I or obituary notlcoi, exceeding the limnlo announce ment of the death, wo will charge tho imi prlco. E. P. WALTON it SONS, PullUhtTt of the Watchman and Journal. Joscru roLAND, Publisher of the freeman. EASTMAN le. DANFORTH, PuHuhers of Hit Patriot. Montpellcr, Dec. 1818. Llit cfroUOmVci to which lliu Watchmen can be lent free through the .Mull l lffcfai CnrM Barre...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 March 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 18, 1847. iUatcljntfm & totc journal. k. p. wAironr, Jit., inuroit. TlontisclK-r, Thursrtuy, Itlurcli IS. WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE 1 Not long sinco to wit, just before tho final trial for Congress In this district tlio Vermont Patriot was professedly very zealous in belmlfof tho Wilmot proviso. According to that paper. nobody wcro stronger in favor of that mcasuro than tho Locofoco representatives of tho frco states, and at tho samo timo it ferociously and lalsely assailed John Davis of Massachusetts as an onnonont of it. On tho other hand is tiic Green Mountain Fireman, professedly establish cd to fight against slavery and all its abettors. Now we call upon tho editors of theso papers to too tho mark (airly, and givo their readers Me facts upon this groat question. " Consistency is a jewel," brother Eastman : if you could do nounco John Davis on tho assumption (false though it was,) that ho opposed the Wilmot pro viso, you ought to donounc...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 March 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 18, 1847. called together Immcdmtely, nnd drawn up is infantry, nnil received three fires from the cno my, when the whole lino opened n broadside, lei line with great oll'cct, and breaking the entire, lino ot the enemy. Capt. lipid made a gallant elm re n aflcr the third fire, with sixteen mounted men, and in his nttnek killed sovcral of the ene my. One inulo load nf powder and several hor ses and mules wcro captured. Most ol tho Mex icans who were killed wcro shot in tho head, an cvidonco that our men shoot too high. Tho bat tle lusted about twenty-four minutes. There was only about twenty minutes to prepare from tho tin.o tho enemy was discovered, Capturk or Kl Paso. Mr. Coons left Santa Fc on the Mth of Januaiy, At that timo noth ing farther was known ol llie movements of Col. Dumpliaii than is stated ill our letters. After his departure, Mr. C. fell in with somo Mexicans, ivho had been in tlio bnttlo of lirazin, and ho learned from thc...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 March 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 18, 1847. From the Kow-VotV Mirror. America's Answer io Ireland's Cry. BV 0. VANDCNHOFF. Nirlit 'mM the liowllngi of tho wintry night, Whatery li that, that loudor than the norm Comei burillnj ocr tho roud Atlantic! wavef Tho Tolce of wall, thriller anil thriller itllll An full of Jiead.M if Deipalr hlmielf Were riding on tho libit and hrtcklng 11 Woo.!'. Loudtr and louder yot It come. It li A furnished nation' death-cry 1 Hark t It 1 '1 ho ihrlok of millions In their ngonjr 1 And ahall that cry he vain t Muit Cain perlili ? Crln, tho brave tha gencroui, true in heart, Tho nunc of manly tentiment and wit, The pott'i cradle and tho patriot's gnvo 1 Where shall the turn her In hef need ? Whore look Tor help Where ihall tho futniihcd mother turn, Trctilng her gasping Infant to her Wait, Whoie fount la Metl hy withered Famine's hand, And cannot quench 1U thitit, nor soothe Its pnngs With Nature's incrcd stream 1 In aln the wrings Her hands, an...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 March 1847

4 BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 19. WHOLE NO- 2110. lUatcIjman & State journal. rrui.isiici) uvtiuY thuiisday moiinincj. made in advance) inlorcit alwnyt cb urged from tho end of OtlATUITOUS AIIVCUTIS1NO. Tin umlerflifrmul finding that tho public am mnMng unrc.i- .uiiuuin iifiinnnui upon inpir toiurnns oy mo vtay 01 gntumoui auTeui'incn, leci compcuou 10 enter nuo the lui lowing a greetuptit i Tor oil notices vhattvert umnlly puhlixhcd gratuitously, we Hill ttwcd onc-Iinlf tho imunl price of ndvefticmentn. Sd rorolmunty nollcct, exceeding tho .irnplo tinnounco meuluf the death, wo will cliureo Hie trnme price. U, r. WALTON it BONH, Pubtithert of the tfatchmantind Journal, JOSEPH rOLANU, PnblUh.fr of Ihtt Freeman. KAStTMAK & JXlATQaTIL JVAJufcr 9f the PotnoU . 7"rr poctrn. from the Lanctuter Cournnt.J Fire-Side Colloquies. Child rather I'e oen the volunteers, Dreiftcd out in red nnd hluo And I should like to hear j ou tell, Wh...

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