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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 December 1847

on 8 sources, ona hundred thousand flvo hmvli nnd seventy dollars and fifiy-nne cents. The last fiscal year, during which this amount was received, embraced Uto marrrha under the opSrMtjassi of lh ta riff art of 1841, and sevc"mctta dMbc wMeti Iho tariff act of .18(6 wus In fores; 'Mb tie lite month) under the act til 184 J, the sstsstastMsmlred from customs seven mlllioB srjM sMaeVlri and forty-two thousand Hireo hundred iiiaV aaB'sMliii unit tiln.fv rmlt. .t.t.ln.1 flu. ' ' ' - - ' iler the aet'of 18t6 the nmomrt mri .est ct Mn million nine hundred, and INo thoowl arc hart rSi'"Kl nflT-,!n dollars and seventy-six rents. The net revenue from customs during the year - '"""M w Mm uihqi ieccmmT, leiu.oemc mo nut yc4r.under.tha operation of the tariff act of Kita, u-a . f ,... ..... Mir , i . luimuu rune uunureu rail eeveuiy- one thousand four hundred and three dollara end ten cents and the net revenue from customs during j " uiuiuj uu uiu nrsi ui j-mcmuvr, loaf, uv- Ing the Brat year ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 December 1847

ntmnls la Goetl Order. It is on old sajin2tbaf oitttnaf In Bood condition In December, ro half wintered, This i Undoubtedly true, ta they not only requiro'rSueh less keeping during Hie win. ter months, but arn more profitable for la bor or Tor whatever purpose they aro kept. Cows, oxen, steers, aheep, horsefi-irt fact all animals, asaooh as the food become shorter insipid, should bo fed regularly Iron, the bsrn. It i often the case that .unlmala that hare had the adrantago or what it con sidered a 'good run during the aurnrner months, upon the decrease of food In au. tumn, suddenly fall away, become poor and dispirited, and require regular feeding to preserve them in health and heart. A little attention under audi circumstances, will oft en be the means of obviating much trouble and expense. By exposure to the cold winds and chilly storms of the late autumn, there is often laid the foundation of wasting and cureless disease ! debility and languor, loss of appetite, and . inaptitude ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 December 1847

sjiii mi ! i itoitSfflsalii , i mmm'tmiiAf """' wwiinn miii 'maim I. MtiUiMlJ,,... . i "A 1 M .V i ,(.. '"-I rrj.2,4( aWUfc it . . Yrn;- .1.. -,. .larva Bte nfi , r.1 C Hi - boa VOLUME XIV. BRATTLE!! ORO, TRIBAL DECEMBER 17, 1847. -n r- - r enxeaa -r ssssm . i . tsajaat'i wssjm ; : ia7ts.Mu IBRH I BBI , , x, . B I . .. I . . J 1 i C ' V: 5 ' '" :- BtJSINKSS car as. jr. suiojviis, uiticraCTcn-n ast dkalkb is lWIU',0IUl!j', MlMu'AXb ClIILDBrVl Boots, Shoes tind Itttbbrrs. Haiti Building, nmrfy opposite Smith'l Stage House. B. SPALDING', ft. V., Nnrgcon Dcntlil) OFFICE, First Door South of DIJTTON j- CLARK S STORE, (yl) Is. O. MB AD, Elttomrjj antt Counselor nt into, PKACTIC1XQ I!l TflE COCXTfl OP rnKiiONT Am xmr Hampshire, CommUiIoncr nppointeil t tnke fmot nl ncVnonl rJsmcnt ol Dealt and other Initniranti, to bo rwonleil or used In the Stato of New York. Agent for the JVAnn nnd Protection Insurance Com' pinlei, IIartfordv.Conn-insnrinsr all kind of property on the nioit reasonable te...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 December 1847

Second Despatches from MAJOR DOWNING. Jlcadquartert, Mexico, new addition to the United Stattt, Oct.",, 1817. Mil Qai.es Si. Beaton i My ileir old friends, (sincral Scall and I find a good deal of liolher about getting our despatches through to Vera Cruz, or elso jrou'd hear from ma oflener. I do think the President ia too backward about clearing oat this road from hero to Vera Crux and keeping it open, and introducing llio improvements into the country that we stand so much in need of here. lie and Mr Rilchio pretend to hare constitutional scruples about it, and say the constitution don't allow of internal improve ments, and Mr Ritchie aajs the resolutions of 'OS arc dead agin it too; and, besides, Mr Ritchie sajs these internal improve ments is a Federal doctrine, and ho'd always go agin 'em for that if nothin else. Hut 'tis strange to mo tho President has n't ncrer found out yet that where there's a will there's a way, constitution or no constitution. All he's got to do is to cal...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 December 1847

.iiiiiiiwiiiii't.:.i''it-i,.i ji '. every mund of compliant which ran possibly bo al. ledgcd. Bat admitting, that the refusal to satisfy hu jj. VI WWII 11 1 Mill, IIIOI those claims were not the rouse of that in wbirh w are now lnrolred. It mar be proper. In tho Orst place, to oWrre, j that the refusal otaoinj Janice, In rases of thit lin-1. or the long delajs In rorlding' for them, hare not i jucraii piwoceu acinu war Almost always long protracted negotiations hare been alone resorted to. This has been strikingtr tho rase with the United States. The claims of fireat llritain for British debts. srnnt hv thji trmA nt l?ai vpn nnt I- tled and paid till the year lMJi and it was only anbseqnent to that year, that the claims of the UeJ- (cu DU.KS,lorufpre)iauonsroniouiieuia i vtwm satUfied. Tba Tery plain qnestlon of alares, carried nway by the British forces in ISllaopen violation of the treaty of 1S14, was not settled and the indem nity paid till the year 1829. The claims against Tranc...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 December 1847

SlflVfeuUufan I'otato iloT. Air J. I'innco, of Hano ver, N. II., miles lo tho editor or tlio Uos ion Cultivator, that it had been remarked iu that vicinity, that tho rot did not affect the hills uhtcn were planted in tho immediate neighborhood or aliado trees, thonqli all other parla nf the same field wero seriously aflecleil wlib the rot. The inquiry it, noir inn eon uc explained. Tho editor of tho Cultiretor eecmf lo think that there is no doubt but that aliade treea nrolecl iMlaloca from tho rot. lie aja: "The; rare (he potatoes from the ex treme heat of tho tun. and they prevent dews from, railing on them, thus avoiding the extremes of heat and cold, which are doubtless a principal cause or this malady, etpeclally uhen the changes are sudden, and the plants are terjr lender from u luxu. riant growth." Broom Corn. It is swelled by thoso who hate mado ample) experiments, that tho teed of broom corn possesses the property of fattening flierp more rapidly than that of any other vege...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 December 1847

"af' jjul mmii Aitincrniir "3W -t - ac ,1..' VOLUME XIV. BRATTLEB ORO, FRIDAY, DECJGMIIKU 24, 184-7. NUMBER 18. PUBLISHED r.VEKY KYTHEIt &. PLATT. O. II. PIATT, EDITOR. OFFICExo. i whekler's stoxi: idildixo. Tanus. To single subscribers, 12,00 a year. To Companies, nnd those who pay In advance, a liberal BUS I MJSS CARDS i: srstro.vjDs, XAXcrACTuacR and dealer ii LidieV, Osxiuimen's, Misses' axd Ciiildxen'i Boots, Shoes and It libbers. Haiti BttHding, tmrlf eppotitt Smilk't Slag IIouM. It. SPALDIKG, M. D., Nuritooii Dentist, OFFICE. Firtt Door South of DUTTOX t- CMRKS SIORE. (Iyl9) I j . G. MEAD, SUtoriui) nnts Counselor at Snto, rEicriciKii in Tim Courts or yermoxt axd xew Hampshire, Commissioner appointed to take proof anil acknowb edgmcnt of Deeds and other Instruments, to bo recorded or mod In the State of New York. Agent for the .Etna and Protection Insurance Com panies, Hartford, Conn. insuring all kinds of property on the most reasonable terms. S I JOHN F. ADKIH8, itAxt'r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 December 1847

lifeless body was carried off, which she fol lowed In Ilia deepest grief. Such ii oflYc tionulo woman I Rendering alt thanki to the God of bat tles fur hia goodness to us, and praying for the welfare and happiness of relatives and friends at home, I remain, ercr, Your affectionate Brother, II. W. AlEniLL. Sccoml Dcapatt'lm IVom MAJOR DOWNING. No. II. Ta James K. Polk, I'reiiJent of lit United unlet ana an anntitil toHntritl. Iteaihuartcrt. Citv of Ahiico. Anntud United Statu, Octottr 25, 1847. Dear Colon tf Things it getting along here at well m could be expected, consideria the help we hire, but e are al together too Treak'handed to work to profit. If you want us to hurrj along down south, tc necj gootl deal more help and moro money, it would nt he no use to giro lliat three millions of dollars to .Santa Anna now, Tor the people hare got so out with mm that tie could nt make peace it he had six mil lions, lie's skulkine about the couuirv. and lias as much as he can do to-uVireare o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 December 1847

WW? rim'- -in i" Jre.w .rlfteit Gallatin's Essay m 'me in'lA ifeticv Argotintions nttd nan' In Scpfcmbcr, lB45,llie President of llio Un! tcil States directed tlicir consul in Mexico, to n. ccrtsin from die Mexican Government, whether si ttuuiu ivi:viiu nn jiTirwy irom mo united Diatcs, luirusicu Kim mil power to adjust nil tin question In tllsrmto between th.0 two Gowni menu. The answer of Mr Do la Vtmy Tcna, Jlini I" of "if Foreign Relations of Mexico, win, -anas aitnougn mo Mexican nation wa deeply injured by Uio United States, through tlio acta committed by ihcln in tho department of Texas, nmvu uviungs ra ma nation, ma uovcrnment was disposed to receive tlio Commissioner of the United State who miyht couio' to the capital, with full powers from his government to scttlo tho nrcscnt disDUtcs In a neaccful. rcaannalj. and honorable manner," thus firing a new proof ..I, mi uuu ui iu injunca ana 01 us linn decision to exact ad on u at o reparation for tliein, the Government of Mexic...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 December 1847

ftgvfcuUuval: From h Farmer? Lilrary. To Make Good Bacon. In respect of the breed ol Jioga best adapt ed lo make good bacon, a miilure of the European and .Mucin races la prelernblo. To liare the leal hams, ll is indispensable lo liare bogs torn-ftd, and not too target no should la; from 130 lo not exceeding 1G0. The disposition of the fat when not frozen will afford a pretty good criterion for those who hae to buy their hogs, which it Usui"; done some time in December. Th3 fat should be hard, and crack about the ndncys into amall squares, like beef uet. Eschew such whose fat is mora tenacious, inclined to transparency, adhering to the fingers, and bearing the complexion of lard. The lard of corn-led pork, when tried, on pellilltr cold, becomes hard and white. "We incline to the opinion, however, that if hogs have been If It to run at large, and can be taken up in good condition, aa they are arimftlma nven fal trtr. ihm mSst. A much .......... v., ...... ....... .. , itiorler period...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 December 1847

i IromoHl pre ' 5 VOLUME XIV. BKATTIiEB ORO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1847. NUMBER 1. BY O. II. PLATT, I2DITOH. OFFICE xo. 2 wheeler's stoke bcilduio. Term j. To single sub-cT.Irs, $2,00 a year. To Companies, and those who par In advance, a liberal discount will be made. BUSINESS CARDS MAKCrACTCRER AND DEALER IS Ladies', Gektlemex's, Missls' xvt Children's IIooU, Shoes mill Ilublicrs, Haiti UuHtling, warty oppo$ite Smith's Sttup House. n. SPALDING, M. 67, Surccon Dentist, OFFICE, t'irtt Voor South of DUTTON r VI.ARKS SIORE. (lyl9) Is. O. itlK AO, Slttor'tB nnO Counselor at 2Lntu, rmcricixo i the courts or VERilOST AXD SEW HAMPSHIRE, Commissioner appointed to take proof and acknowl edgment of Deeds and other Instrnments, to be recorded or used in the State of New York. Agent for the Atua and Protection Insurance Cora panies, llartford. Conninsurin all kinds of proparfv on the most reasonable terms. 51 JOHN r. AD KINS, UANurAcrrHER or CnrilnRct nnd Sleighs, West Brattleboro, Vt. (33) CEOI...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 December 1847

Congressional Proceedings. ilO.NDAV. I)CC. 20, T . , t - r , - 1 1. .... ........ lrlm...l.fnH . 1U lUC OCnci'Cl IUVIU rvmv Hiiiuiuuujj vi. the subject of the war. Mr Calhoun ami Mr Cass raid Just enough to mako it certain that more mil follow, jwr uasa denied that the com plete conquest of Mexico was desired by the Executiro or any body else ; btit Mr Calhoun snowed as to i ne "any body cue, mat too ee: ator from Micliitran should know better, and r ferrcd to the proceedings of meetings, applauded by me omci.il papcr.wnero the conquest oi mex ico was avowed. All tho present evil in regard to Mexico, Mr Calhoun argued, had arisen trom acting without a declaration ot war, or a declo ration of some sort. Action upon bis resolutions, lie contended, should prccedo action upon tho war bills, as Congress ought to know what was designed bctore money was appropriated, more men allowed. House. Mr C. J. Ingcrsoll proposed to carry uui mu ibuv vi tun xjActmiiu in ivgsni to tilts Italian States...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 December 1847

Later and , Interesting from Jlctico. There has becn'on Arrival with later now! from Mcxieo. A revolt has broken out In Clilnp.u, for Ilia purposo oi annexing tliat suite to icmrai Atucr ica. It was sunnrcssrcL The correspondence of HI Monitor (City of rrnors of Hie different States wcro present at Querctaro. All but one, tho flovcrnor of 8nn Luis, are in favor of peace. Their session was soon to commence. In Congress tho thrco following propositions 1. In caw of tho invasion of Ouerctnm. the scat of Government shall be removed to Aguas uauemus. t 2. Tho Government will not listen to proposi tions for peace vrhilo the invaders are on the na tional territory. 3. The (jo'vernment shall tako measures to carry on tho War. Santa Anna has announced himself at tho head of n forco to prevent negotiations for peace. Tho arrest, bv order of Gen. Scott, of Gcncr nls Worth and Pillow, nnd Colonel Duncan, Is ronfinned. Tlie reasons were as before stated j the original difficulty, letters written...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 December 1847

SlflVfcultuv.H. From the Albany CMcalor. jlakliig and Saving Manure. Mr.ssns Editors. In looking; over lhe back volumes nf I lie Cultivator, til jr alien liun was caught by t lie remarks of two dis tinguished Individuals, appended licluw, nnd upon which yon then made nunc vattt&ble observations. As the (object is one of vital importance to Ihe tanner, nnd one upon which thero should he "line upon line," I .hall make u few observations, the result of inr own individual eipcrience. 'Autiiuii Youno said, man -ears ago, 'he who is within scent of a dung-hill, smells that which his crop .vould have eaten ir he would have permitted it." Sir Humphry Davy demonstrated this. Ho says, "I plsced a quantity of fermenting manure in a retort, and ascertained that it gave off a liquid containing a large propnr. tioiinrsnllsorainmoiiM. Secingthis result, 1 introduced the beak of another retort, fill- A uitli .ttnll.r m.niir luirf.r lhi fnnli nf some grass in the garden, anil in less than dured ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 January 1848

I'L L 11ILI II L 111 ILL Ml Y i-av ,lwS m Mttu j - -tt W. .MsSSi bate as , . - t wi trasi; 'wis-' y If VOLUME XIV. rUBMBHED EVERY FRIDAY BY RYTHER V PLATT. 0.II. I'LATT, EDITOR. OFFICEXO. 2 WHEELERS 'TOSS ni'lLDIHO Termb To single subscriber, f 3,00 a year. To n miin( will miii BUSINESS CARDS I. SJTvJIOWltS, mntrriCTUSia akd deal i Ladies', Gextleveb's, Musts' akd CiilLBses'i Boots, Shoes and slubbers. 1alTi HuilJinj, rimry cyiiu Sm'lA'l Saj otise. K. SPALDING, M. D., Surgeon Dentist, OFFICE. Firil n AT,..., .1" DUTTON s- CLARK'S SI ORE. (Iyl9) 1a . a . in f. n . STttornrj! mm Counselor nt anto, rKACTlCIKO IH THE COUBTS Or VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Commissioner appointed to take proof and arknowl edgment of Deeds and other Instruments, to bo recorded ornsed In the State of New York. Agent for the A-Itna and Frotection Insurance Com' panics, lUrtford, Comb Insuring all kinds of property on the roost reasonable terms. 51 JOHN F. A 1) KINS, aiabctaciceeb or Cnrrlngna n ml S 1 c 1 k It...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 January 1848

Congressional Proceedings. Monday, Dec. 27. Senate Senator Bradbury announced the death of h!i colleague, Mr Fairfield. Mr Nilcs followed with an eloquent eulogy upon the char acter and public services of the deceased, con cluding with the usual resolution!. The funeral was appointed to take place at noon to-morrow. House Mr Jones, of Tennessee, Introduced resolution of inquiry as to the expediency of Authorizing ft temporary employment of addi tional clerks In the Tension office. Tho pream ble states that some nine thousand application! for bounty lands and land scrip, under tho act of last session, are now on file in the Pension office, not examined, ana ine number u daily increas ing Besides these, there aro largo numbers partially examined and suspended J and without additional assistance, there must be great delay in adjusting these claims, and manifest injustice dono to claimants. A debate ensued, in which Messrs Jones, Brodhead, Houston of Alabama, n...! C i i s.ft.ii f i i m...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 January 1848

News from Europe! The steamer Caledonia arrived at Boston on Tuesday evening, with H days' later intelligence from England. She brings 3 passengers, anil 5230,000 in ipeeu. The general news if not important, but tho commercial intelligence from England it highly Mtiifactory. No mora failurei of note had tikc.i place, and the money market iraa easier; Jet trade continued exceedingly dull, and scarcely anybusincM could bo transacted. The prices of flour and cotton at Liverpool wero without material alteration. The former Bwaa (lightly more depressed than at the sailing of the last steamer j and the latter slightly ml VSnfitl MmmlMlliin t ,wi Mil Alt' tlin lul qualities. Parliament was still in session, and had nearly completed the business proposed previous to the ndjuurnraont, which was expected to take placo about tho SOth December until the 3d February the usual period of convening the annual ses sion. Several important bills had passed tho House of Commons, and had been concurred ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 January 1848

Slflvicttltuval. RcBtdy agaUst Holts. Ii.i an old custom with tome housewives to itiruiv Into llieir drawers ever, jcr, a number of fir-cones, ynder 1 lie idea that their atroug resinoua smell might keep the molh. Now, ai tho odor of these cotiea is due to turpentine, it occurred tolteau mar to try the effect of this tolatile liquid. He rubbed one aide of a piece of cloth ' wiih nirneniine. and put some moths on llio oilier; tbe neat morning thejr were alt dead, and ((range to si, thejr had all voluntarily abandoned their shcathi. On smearing tome paper slightljr with the oil, and putting this into a bottle with some of the grubs, the weakest were immediate! killed ; the most vigorous struggled violently for tuoor three hoar's quitted their sheaths and died in convulsions. It was soon abundant! ev ident that the vapor of oil or spirits of tur pentine acts as a terrible poison to thu'grubs. Perhaps it ma be said that even this reme d it worse than the disease, but, as Reau mur just! ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 January 1848

Ifeftiwut pice nix; VOLUME XIV. PUDLISHEU KVERY FRIDAY BV RYTHER &. PLATT. O. II. PLATT, EDITOR. OFFICE no. 2 wheeler's trout bcildixo, Tinui. To ilnglc subscrlliera, J 3,00 a year. To Companies, and those who pay In advance, it liberal uhvuiii mil DC inauca1 BUSINESS CARDS QWINUY MOUSE. Kept on Stortty 7iymi Principles, -KO. 1 1 UKATTLl! SlUAIti:, (CmMO) BOSTON. MANUfACTITDra IHh Diitvn ih LaMEI, OeXTLEXEN's, MlSSES' AMD CuIlDBEX'l Iloots, Shoes mill slubbers, Halts Building, nmrt) opposite Smith's Stage Haute Jt. SPALDING, 91. D., Surge on DcntUI, OFFICE, First Door South o DlflTON j- CLARKS S10RE. (Iyl9) Ii G.itlEAD. SUtonicg nnts Counselor at Unto, rBACTICIXO lit TUP. COCBTI OT VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Commissioner appointed to take proof anil acknowl edgment of Deeds ami other Instrument, to bo recorded or used in the State of New York. Agent for the Aftna ami l'rotection Insurance Com panies, Hartford, Conn; insuring all kindi of property on the most reasonable terms. 51...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 January 1848

Congressional Proceedings. There wero several mistakes and transposi tions In our last week's report of Congressional doings on Tuesday, Jan. 4 ; and wo therefore publish our report for that day again, in a cor rected form. Tuesday, Jan. 4. Senates Mr Cameron presented the proceed logs of Ibo War Meeting at Philadelphia. Mr Brecsc introduced a bill to create the oOlco of Surveyor Genera" of Oregon, and to grant pre-emption rights to actual settlcn. Read twice. Mr Cass submitted a resolution, calling on tlio Secretary of War for any despatches received from commanders of the army eince the annual report. Adopted. 8c eral private bills, find bills concerning cer tain collection districts were passed. The Senato then irocredoil to the considera tion of the resolutions of Mr Calhoun, who (polo at length in ilcfcncoof the same. See a sketch of his remarks in another place. On motion of Mr Sevier, Ihc resolutions were then laid on the table, to be taken up again, al ter the bill to increa...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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