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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 March 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 25, 1817. Ulatcljmmi & 0tatc 3fouvnnl. 12. 1. IVAETOiY, Jit., KDl'l'OK, MonHollcr, Tlnuvsiliiy, March tiS. THE GREAT QUESTION. JVt; PI CATION-. I'UO-SEAVEKY 1'AItTY COMBIIVATIOJV. Tho recreant locofoco dough-faces of tho North having carried through all tho Polk meas ures, tho policy of annoxation is to go on for an other year willtoul restriction as to Slavery. Tho grant question might havo been settled, and ought to havo been settled, by tho last Congiess, cither by the Wilmot proviso or Mr. Berrien's amend ment to tho threo million bill ; but tho locofocos wiled it otherwise; both of thcso wiso mcas m -s were defeated by Northern votes and tho c(T' vl is to give tho Slavocracy timo to lay their jdans i.o as, if possible, to acquiro now territory with Sluvcry. It is too early todctermino wheth er or not thoy will bo successful ; but it is evi dent enough that thoy will try, and that tho fu ture is full of danger. Virginia has announc...

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 March 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 25, 1847. uiC5t News. Stage Accident 3 Lives Lost. On Monday night occurred llio worst acci dent which ever befell nnyo( tint excellent stage lilies in this vicinity. As one nf tlio two stages which caina up on the Gulf route with tlio Bos ton passengers', was pnsiinjr a lodge ncarPearco'a in Itoyulton, whero tlio road was narrow and icy, tho wheels slipped from the track, precipitating tlio stngowngoti and horses down n bank about fifteen loct, and in tho fall tho wagon was thrown upon the passengers, Instantly killing throe per sons, and injuring four others tno severely. The persons killed were Cnpt. Leaiiv, of Eng. land, who was on his way to Montreal to take charge of a steamer a young lady, supposed to bo Misi IIurT, of Middlebury, as that was tho card on her baggage and Wm. Smith, tho dri ver, son of Klcazcr Smith, of Haverhill, N. H. ArttREW McFAnr,ANr. of England was severely injured ; tho other was a Scotchman who took tho stage ...

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. — 25 March 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 25, 1847. QVgticitUuva!. ROTATION OP CROPS. There is living in Northampton ooun ty, Pennsylvania, on tho bank of the Lehigh, n very aged man, whoso success in falling upon a system of rotation, by which ho could obtain the greatest possible yield of wheat, in a given term of years,, has caused it to bo generally adopted in that fcrtilo region. It is call ed Shoimcr's system, after the discover er, Jacob Shcimcr, whom I had the cu riosity to visit at his most substantial homestead somo years ago ; and from whom I obtained the following account : "When a young man with a largo fam ily of children growing up around him, and dependent on him for support, he plainly perceived that under tho rude practice then existing, ho would not bo able to maintain them. He often thought over his difficulties while fol lowing the plough, and at length deter mined upon his plan ; which, followed up without faltering, has conducted him in the decline of life t...

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. — 1 April 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1847. YOL. XLI, NO. 20. WHOLE NO. 2111. lUatcljmmt State Journal. ruiiLisnnn uvr.nY thuusdav morning. TERMS SI OT cash In adtnncoi $100 If payment li not made In advoncoj Interest always charged Horn tho end of tllOJCBt, Jpoctrij. Trom lUackwood's Magozlnc for Feb. THE EARLY TAKEN. Tim Men embodied In tho folio win? voriea It tbo tubjet Tit nit old Herman Irgep(', I nt Fitful, perhaps noniowbnt pain fully, to repreaunt a rtp)nu t4 dunmed fpirtt awed by o fearful rtun of eTPairnl fittrnty Into a tjcettmWg reriijrtm tion iot tho o nf tlune wlio mi (lit huvo prot cd unequal to tlio temptations rfa longer lire. A motlior r.iourntd litr children dead, Two blooming boyi whose opening prima Along hcrpath a light hid nlioH, Mow quenched, alas 1 brfuro III time. Phn mourned as ono who dienmed tlmt bete Our bomo and dwclllng-placo aliould bo j Pho mourned ai if ilie felt no fear Of earthly lin and misery. Onco. in the natchei of tlio ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 1 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AKPIL 1, 1847. iUntcljmcm & State 3ouuml. E. I'. "lVAI.TON, Jit., niHTOIC. Jllontiivlioi', 'riuirsdiiy, April 1. THE WAR. Tho accounts from the seat of war, contained in to-day's paper, are of painful interest. All recollect tho critical position in which Gen.Tay- lor was placed in the very outset of tho war, when ho wasordcrcd, lyMc'mucnf, to advance to llio Rio Grande with a force altogether inado- iu uiu iviu uiuii b quale for tho purpose of holding the territory oc cupied. On that occasion, It was necessary for Gen. Taylor not only to husband his own resour- cos with consummate skill, butto mako largo and ; . .... ., , .. instant requisitions upon tlia nearest states for re- inforccmcnts. Ho is now again in even more jlmnnrnin rimiimainnpna in the immcdiato pros- r .... .! ., hia nwn lv c.icu o, an array uvu U.. . - a- Ins own consisting ol volunteers omy, who, howevcr brave and willing they may be, aro with- nrd out experience, and hero...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 1 April 1847

0 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL I, 1847. atcst Nevus. iUavkcts. Boston Notice So5ton Notices. Boston Notices. Boston Notice Kcm-llork Nottccr The Reported Battles. Tlio Washington correspondent of llio N. Y. Tribune wroto on the SCtli that ho had sifted nil the Intelligence received there, and ho is satis fied Irom unquestionable authority that Gen. Tay lor was attacked three times on his retirement to Monterey, to wit, at Agim Nuovn, Sjaltillo and ltinconadn, and that Santn Anna was repulsed with great loss nt every ntlnck. Ho thinks Tay lor is now in Monloroy, perfectly safe. Thcso conclusions nre strengthened by private letters received at Savannah. CQr"Tho storm on Friday night was very de structive at New York, l'hiladi'lphin, and in fact as fur South as intelligence has been received. It una n " Norther," and possibly swept the Gulf of Mexico in its course. Wcltgious. Hr.Limoi's Statu or lttKt.iNO. The London Chitian Observer Bays, that the feeling among the Iris...

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

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 1, 1847. agricultural. Trucness of Wool influenced by Keeping. The quality of tho trucness of tlio staple especially, enhances the value of every grade of wool in which it is found. It comprises an equality of tho diamctor of tho fibre from the root to tho point, and uniformity of tho ilecco generally. When the filament greatly lacks in this particular, it may be ascribed to nn irreg ular and unhealthy action of the sccrc tion of the wool, which must bo attribu ted, in general, to abuses in management of tho sheep. For instance, if the animal has fared kindly till tho winter season, and then exposed to storm, and cold, and withal ill fed, the growtli of that part of the fibre during tins period will bo con siderably diminished in diameter, propor tionably weak, and when examined by tho microscope, presents a withered ap pearance. On being turned to pasture, the fare being better, and the secretions again becoming healthy and abundant, an e...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 April 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 21. WHOLE NO. 2112. lUatcljmrm & State 3fouvnctl. rUUMSIIKD EVKtlY THURSDAY MOUNING. TERMS ftl 50 caih In advancoi S300 If nnvincnt li not made In advnncej Intcrcit alwnyi charged from Iho end of mo jcor. octvn. IRELAND. 11 And the famine wai aoie Iii the land,1 Gen. iliil. 1. Loud rose tho cry on Erin iIo, And mnn, ftrong inn wa lowrd J Though lik o n speck the blight appeared, It toon became n cloud, Iti shadow fell o'er hill and plain, And hope her pinions rpicad in vain. Ah! wlio ran tell iho nncuisli wild, Of that strapffo, icnrfu cry. Which broke IWm yourtjj and ngvl Hps, Oh ! give ut or we diet Food fur the hungry one we crave; Oh I match Mi from a yawning gravo ! That cry wni heard, that wail was borno Across the htiny deep ( Meni heart were itlrrtd, end hands outstretchM, To dry the eye that weep. America haih richly on A blessing fur all she has done, A noble deed uas hers, to git e Her trc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, AltPIL 8, 1817. lUntcl)inrtu & 0tntc Jfouvnnl. E. P. WAIrOIVi .lit., EOITOIS. Moii(iiclit!i' 'Plmrsrtay, April S. ATTENTION ! The attention of Merchants, and others, about visiting the cities, is respectfully invited to the advertisements in this paper of traders of Boston, New York, &.c. They invito n share of lliu trade of Vermont, mid hold out inducements to you to givo them a call. Try them. ff Professional men, Teachers and Students nro referred to the advertisements of valuable boohs, published by Wilkins, Carter & Co., nnd to the cards of other book-sellers nnd publishers. THE GREAT BATTLE. Our leaders have this wen's a pictuio of the glory nnd horrors of War. When it is remem bered that Gen. Taylor had to moot not less than 20,000 regular troops of Mexico, with a body of only 5100 men, composed mainly of raw volun teer, and that notwithstanding a disparity so largo ho is the conqueror, this victory may be justly styled the mo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 8, 1817. IRISH RELIEF. The undctslgnrd, Ontrnl Committee, urn iilcftweil to nc Imowledgti liberal donation, where organisations have been formed, m channels for f ndividua) contributions, and nre mix tons to fotwnrd the same an noon ns possible, nti1 bring lliclr libots to a close, tin it therefore request that nil solicitors should Imiai expeditious an contcnient, In piinjt rnunil to ctcry individual nnd make tliclr returns mwii m possible, m i o ilmll endcator to in (ike n rcmlttnnco At the close- of this week, nnd another nt tho cloo of two weeks after. As nn eidon o t-f the lihcral disposition nml reeling of the pcoplo v iero oriani nit ions iao been farmed, so ns to alTurd oppor tunities for contribution, wo ore pleased to make known that $59 b2 hno bocn contributed In a Is school districts In Berlin, and $20 in three school districts In Middlesex j nmlwenndei sland that similar efforts nro being uindo In tlio remaining clii trlHrlfts...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 8, 1817. gvtcnltiivaU Preparation of Hotbeds. As it should bo, and doubtless is, nn object with every head of tho family to supply that family with early vegetables, wo should recommend to each who may not already have a convenience, to erect a hot-bed on tho northern border of his garden. It need not bo large, as a bed three lichts wido and twelve feet long will be sufficient to raiso all the plants requisite for a fnmily, Marly Cabbage, Cuulitlorccrs. Broccoli, Lettuce, iyc. A frame of theso dimensions may bo pre pared at a trilling cost. 1 ho back should ho as high again as the front and made to raiso by hinges. The frame bei made, dig out a place ,to sink it in the earth, fill un tho bottom with 9 inches of stable manuro that has been forked up and turned over a day or two and left in a dry place, over this put about six inches of tho soil dug out to make room for the frame ; rake this well, and after it shall havo settled down a day, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 April 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, APltIL 15, 847. VOL. XLI, NO. 22. WHOLE NO. 2113. iUatcIjmcm & 0tatc 3fountal. runi.isiiEi every Thursday mornino. TERMS SI 50 Cash in advance 1 S3 00 If njvmcnt l not made Inndtanco: Interest always charged from trio end of 1110 jear. ORATUITOUS ADVERTISING. Tin unJcnl:nd flndln: that tho nubile to making unrea ilnable demands upon their columns bjr tho way of gratuitous auvcru.rmcmsi leci compelled 10 enter into too lollowtng crermcnt 1 lit. I'or all notice vhaleier, usually published gratuitously, .u niiiiaiuu uiiu-iibii mo usiiAi pricu oi auverutemenis. Gd. For obituary notices, exceeding tho simplo announco mcnt of the death, wo will charco tho aamo priee. E. r. V ALTON k SONS, Publishers of the Watchman and Journal, JOSEPH I'OLAND, Publisher of the Freeman EASTMAN ft DANI'ORTII, FubVncn of the Patriot. Montpclier, Dec. 1810. The Heroine Mai'tyr of Monterey. TtT ntY, Jllftf O. LYON. 11 A poor little girl, with tlio benevolen...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 15, 1817. lU atcljm ftttg glntc journal. Moittpcllcr, Tliursrtay, April 15. THE WAR. The l'atriot points to tho recent victories in Mexico lo show that tho Government has wisely managed tho war. Not at all, Major: llieso vic tories only provo tho consummato skill and brave ry of tho commanders and their troops, who havo by their extraordinary achievements extricated themselves from the immitunl danger to which the i managers til Washington had tuhjccled them. No thanks, sir, to Polk and Marcy for this. They would have superseded -Scott and Taylor, if they could, and sent on a military Johnny Raw, llko Tom Bonlon and this in tho very crisis which has just been so fortunately escaped. Aye, there are not a few wlro suspect that tho administration would havo shod no tc.'rs had Taylor boon de feated at Buena Vista ! We refer (lie Patriot to tho Union to T'olk's organ which, when Santa Anna wai pouring his thousands upon Taylor's littlo army, be...

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. — 15 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STfE JOURNAL, APRIL 15, 1847. BlUll'CllrtlG. Supremo Court. Roads and Railroads. Tho Supremo Court closed its scsiion Tor this County on Saturday last. Hut few opinions wcro givon, and among tlioso of most Interest to our readers wcro the cases or Rice vs. Montpelior, nnd Gold vs. tho Vt. Central Railroad Co. In tho first case, it was decided by tho Court that towns nro not holden for damages for injuries occasion, cd by going out of tho travelled way into tho ditch, for the purposo ol finding a snow path, or to avoid mud in tlio road. In tho Railroad case, Gold's land had been taken, and on appealing to tho County Court for damages, ho asked n jury trial, which was denied: whereupon ho petition ed the Supremo Court fur a mandamus, ordoring a jury trial In tho Court bolow. Tho chartor of tho Railroad Company provided that damages may be settled, on appeal, by the County Court ; but by an act of tho Legislature passed last No vember, and subsequent to tho chart...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 15, 1847. ilqvtcultuval. Guonon'B Treatise on Cows. At nn Agricultural meeting held in lloston re cently, Mr. Brooks of Princeton, Mr. Denny ond Mr. French (ill practical formers,) epoko in the hi"licst terms of Guenon's Treatise, ro-publishod by" Grcely & McElrath of N. Y. Mr. Brooks said that by tho aid of this book "n man might Bclcct his stock with almost Infallible certainly. Ho bcliovod ho could toll within n few ijiiart", what a cow would yield of milk, and within a few pounds, what tsho would yield of butter. Ho had not missed in moro than 10 instances out of between 3 and 100 trials." Mr. Denny fully nr corded wlih this statement, and Mr. French cx nrraspil his entire confidence in tho book. Wo noticed this book on its first appearance, and cop irs havo been purchased by farmers in this ro rrion. What luck, ccntlemcn ? If this book is found valuable, why not speak out, and let nil reap the advantages of it. Vinegar from Milk. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 April 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY,. APRIL 22, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 23. WHOLE NO. 2 14. iUatcIjman & 0tatc journal. published every-THUrsday morning. TRRM3 SI SO cmli In advance! $101) IP iwvment Ii not mails In adt'antfo j Inlcrfst alwajt charged Aom the end of 1RATMT0U8 ADVERTISING. The uml3fit;n(l tffldlnjt that the public ato making unroa aonable dcmanda uptfn thnlr columns by the way of cratuitouf adrcttliementi, feel compollcd to enter Into the following a Crcoment i 1)1. For off Kli-ylfrer, u.imlly pnhliihcd ct&lultouil, vo will charge one-hitlf'tho uiual price of ailvetiTienienta. fld. Forobituatf noticed, exceeding the nlmplc announce mfut of the death, we will charso the enmo price. E. 1. WALTON Sc. SONS", PMithrri of the iratthma and Journal, JOSEPH 1'Ot.ANI), Pitltitlrrof the freeman. EASTMAN U DANFOB.T1I, , Ptblitiertof the Patriot. JlorUyeller, DccJfHO. JPoctvij. From the Home Journal. The Shepherd's Cottage. Hard by Vo a cottage that standi near a...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 22, 1847. tonteljman & State 3oanml. 12. I. WAIroN, Jit., IIOITOIS. itIoutiiuli!i', Tlunsiliiy, AiM'll 22. A TARIFF FOR MEXICO. Wo stated Inst week that tlio President and Secretary Walker liavo, without authority of congress, mauo n Tarili Tor goods entering Alex, ican ports occupied by U. S. troops. Thodutlos are mainly specific, (contrary to Secretary Wal ker's doctrine,) and aro to bo collected tinder the commanding officers, paid to tlio paymasters of tne Army and Wavy, and disbursed for tho sup port oi those branches of service. It will bo ooscrved that hero is a law or ordor for tlio rais ing unu (uisuursing ot revenue, made by tho x fua.uL-m nimoui any authority or tho Constitti tion or of law, other than such as is incident to his powers as Commander-in-Chief of tho Ar my Tho occi of sustaining tho army and les soning tho burden upon tho government is, wo think, a proper one ; but what can Democratic strict constructionists th...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 22, 1847. NonTiiEitN (N. Y.) Road. James HnyworJ, Esq., tho Engineer of tins road, made liis report to tho Directors ot a meeting liolden a few days sinco in Uoaton. Wo havo boon favored with a copy, and shall avail ourselves of tho first oppor tunity to advert to tho most Important features In it. Sutlko it to say that Mr. Hayward recom mends crossing LakoChamplalnby a bridge, and solccts tho most direct line to a point favorable for this objecta line which has boon already u doptcd by tho Directors from Ogdensburgh to tho summit. In grades, curvature, cost and ca pacity for business, this is a first class road, and wo have no doubt that tho stock for this road, as well as for tho Vermont and Canada road, which is to connect it with the Vermont Central, will bo readily filled up and tho great work commenc ed at an early period. Vermont Central. The tendency of this road is upward and onward : wo expect to see the iron horse upon a part of...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 22, 1847. SVgvtcuUuml. 1'iom tlis Boston Cultivator. DLACK SEA WHEAT. Messrs. Emtoiis : This is becoming a deservedly popular nrticlo of culUvtv tion among our Berkshire fanners. The qualities that render it a proper subject of cultivation, aro that it does not re ntiirc so stronc; a soil ns necessary to pro duco a much less nmount of other kinds of sprinpr wheat ; that which will pro duce oats to advantngo being sufficiently fertile for this grain. It requires a less quantity of seed per acre than other kinds of wheat ; for while two bushels is not considered too much of them, ono bushel, if the seed is plump, or five pecks of any quality, aro sufficient stocking with this. It possesses unusual hardihood, being less liable to suffer from Tariations of temperature; super abundant rains, or lack of moisture, or the attacks of insects. Its yield commends it to cultivation : twenty bushels to the acre, in the last season, being, so far as wo ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 29 April 1847

... ! . BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1847. VOL. XLl, NO. 24. WHOLE NO. 2115. tootcljmnn & 0tntc Journal. runi.isiinn every tiiursoay morning. TERMS gt 50 emit In advance J $100 if payment li not nade In advance) Interest ftlwnji charged from the end of the year nilATlIITOUS ADVERTISING. The undenisnd finding that llio pulilic aio making unrca onble demands upon their colunini by tho way of gratuitous dvwtUementi, feel compelled to enter Into tho following a grectnent ( lit. Vat allnotlttn'whntrver uuIIy puhlUhcd gratuitously, wo will chatgo one-half llin utiI price f advertisement!. 2d Hpr oliitunty notice, exceeding the impta announco menlof tho death, wo will cliurse tho imo price. E. 1 WALTON it SONS, Publish trt of the tint chin an and Journat, JOSEPH POUANI), Fiib'iilier o' tk Freeman. EASTMAN U DANrORTII, Pbt!ktrs of the PatrtvU Moaipelier, Dec. 1813. poctrji. Tor tho Watchman L. Stato Journal LILY DARCY; OR, Till: LAST SAD LOGIC. DT MM. ZLtZ...

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