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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 August 1844

t? NOT THE GLORY O V OflSAn BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME BY II. II. STACY. TIIIl l'IKST llUAtt THING. Tho first dear thing I ever loved, Wasa iiwtlicr' uetitlecjc, Tint nuleJ as I wokenn the dreamy couch Tliat cmillrd my mfincy. I never furgot tliejayuiis llitill That sunk' in my spirit stirred, Jsnr how 11 c"'dd charm 1110 against my will, Till 1 laughed liliea j lyous bird. Ami the next fair thing tliat ever I loved Va a hinitli nf summer flowers, Willi ii iars, and Inn's and lnvulincas,, Fnsh as friim lMi'ii's bowers; I never can lind such hues again, Nor smell such sweet perfume And if iliero lie odors as sweet as these, "fis I tlul have lost my bloom. And the next fair tlimn I was fond to love. Is tendertr f.ir to tell "Twa a voice, and a hand and n gentle eye. To it dulled me null lis Mitll i And ihe loveliest 1I11112 I had loved before, Were only the I inclsripi) now, On the l.in.Nrape hrijilil, wlieie I pictured her In the glow of my fitly vow. And the nct cond liana I was fain t...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 August 1844

www ipibisss NATioraAvwnio ticki3T, ron pium.NT, Of1 A' MA' 77 VAT. for virn riM'.smr.vr. THE;). FI!:i,iX(iiIUVSEN7 ro:i Ft nci-oas. JOHN' IT. I, .Atlarjo. ,1 ,1, CALVl V TOWV'I.KV, 21 iiNi. 'aiii.o-4 roor. 11)01!, 31 iiin. iii'n.hmiv swiit. 4iinim. nmsius i-umiiavks. FOR fiOVlIRXOH, WILLIAM NIjADE. FOR I.IEUT. GOVrtlNori, noii Av;i-; ha ro.. ran Tr.KA't'r.rr. JOHN SPALDING. for congim. GEOhGE P. MARSH. r.m scNATnni ron eiimrvpni coi-mtv, I)AVI!) SUMO i.tri'tiris s'i'ovr. Tim n ine: systbsi. lion. Hu tins in effect said let uj strengthen nod consolidate nur present Union, rntlier than linzntJ its i-Tistciiro to cslend nttil pcrpetunlo the institution of Slavery. Mr.Clayllocsnol w-rsh lo pcrpclunte slave ry, lie li.ii no synipilliy wilh the nhul nnil moii mrous sentiment, that its perpetuity is essential tu the perpetuity of republican institutions and whatever tiny In In views in rt-annl to iuimeihilo enrineipa lion, ho stands, in reference, lo the (treat Issue on which ihe question...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 August 1844

Mass Meetings AT WKSTFOHt). The Wings of Essex, Fait fix ami Wust foril, propose to meet nl Wi'Slford Cmitcr, on rillDAY, llioOOili insl. for tlio purpose of discussing ilio political topics of lliu diiy. Tho Rev. ALVA SALUN, of Georgia, J. J. DEARDSLCY. Csn. of St. Allians, nntl other distinguished speakcrs.will iiddross tlifir fellow citizens on tliu occasion. Men t all parlies are inv itod to ntlenil. Tlio injunction lo "prove all thinns, and hold fast to tlial which in good," npplies with peculiar, force to the comiiisr crisis in our national nfi.itrs ; and it is hoped licit tlio people of Chittenden and Franklin Counties, generally, will digni fy and honor the occasion with their presence. Men should reason together, touching those things lint affect ihe common weal. Speaking to commence al one o'clock, P. M. By order of Committee. August 13:h, IS 14. WHKiS OF MILTON. A meeting will In: held at the Town IIohfo tn Milium on S tTURDAY, the 17th Inst, at 5 o'clock, 1'. M. for tlio...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 August 1844

v!tVI VtV ' ' J lie touched liisharp.nnd nn lions heard rp trance I. 'IIt AMtilCIC.VN 1'I.AG. BY J. It. DUAKC. When Fiitdam fi 0111 her mountain lit iytit Unbilled lit r standard In 1 1 1 1- uir, She ton the a.nro robe of nielli, And Ml ihe-tiiisiifelorv tin rt? She nuni'led wilhil oorc'oous dies 'Ihc milky InMnu nl Hies' ics, And stuped iln pure rilcfii.il while Willi slicnliini.'S of i he tnorniughght; Thin from his mansion in ihe sun .Shi callol Iit eagle hearer down, And rate inlo Ilk miahly hand The symbol if Inr chosen land. Mur-stic inoniiri h of the cloud, Why rear'sl f loft thy rtc'd for in. To lour the ti'inpi'M ltumpins loud, And see ihc hchinint' Liners driven. When -hive llio warriors ol die. storm, And lolls I he ihnndf r drum of Lonvi n. Child ol the 'nn ! to line 'lis given, To gmrd tin hunnoi of llo' frtc, To hover in the iilphnr smoke, To waul away the.h ittlo stioke, And hid Its hit udinr's shine afar, Like rainbows on the cloud of war, The hathiiiecrs of in toryl...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 August 1844

1 ... I. 11 -rfh r. .j i i ; not t ii n oLonv or cjusak cut the w a z. r a r e or noma BURLINGTON, V U M 0 NT, FRIDAY, A U 0 U S T a:, is-u. VOL. xvur.-No. ii. BY II. . STAGY. i THE CITY 0FJT1IE DEMONS. In days of yore, thero lived in the flour ishing city of Cairo, a Hebrew rabbi, by name .Tochonun, who was the most learned of his nation. Ilis lame went over the 11 ist : rind the nuisl distant people sent their young men to inibibo wisilom Irom Ins hps. was deeply skilled in the traditions of the lliers ; lind his wold on a disputed point s decisive. Hu was pious, just, tamper-1 , mid strict; but he had one vicu-u love gold hud seized upon hi heart, nncl hu lathers was ati of ci opened not Ins baud to the poor, let lie was wealthy above most, his wisdom being to him a source of riches. The Hebrews of (ho city were grieved at this blemish on the wisest of their people; but, though the cldeis of the tribes continued to leverence him for his fame, the women and children of Cairo calle...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 August 1844

NATIONAL VIXIG TICKET. roit piir.siDijxr, OA' lii:XVL'CUY. van vri:KTitnsii)KNr, TIIEO. PIlRLIXfiHUVSEN, or nn'ji:nsi:v. ron rtr.rrons, jr.UKDHII II. HARRIS, .. . JOHN PC-'K. ,U hr- 1st. ihst. C.W.VIN TOWXSI.hy. 21 .hat. CMU.OS roOMWJU. 3,1 .list. HKNJAMIN SWIFT, lib dul. r.UASlTS I'AIRHANKS. From the N. V. livening l'ost. OCOVNT.t.l, AND DOUR. Mr. f. lilor The arlrle in the r.vciung IVM the other div. "it I Itr imprisonment of Mr. Dorr, of Rhode Island, contains nn error in trillion to n matter of fict vv hich deserves to bo corrected. In lint part of nrsifo in winch t!ic so-stucd leniency ot the llrittsh tlovi'mtin'iil toward OTonnell is contrasted with wlnt is called th" " bntharoiis seventy " of ihe government of Rhode Island towntcN .Mr. I) rr, it is asserted that Mr. OVnnnell was convicted of "Iren con." Si i f ir, ir, is this fiirn being c irreel, lint llio Iruth is, 0,( niini ll not even charge I with trcn s hi, hut simply with n misdemeanor technically term el i conspiracy,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 August 1844

0 ClayJDIub. Tho next regular Meeting of the BUR LING TON CI, AY CLUB will beholden nt llic Court House on MONDAY EVE NING next, August 26. The members arc requested to assemble punctually at SEVEN o'clock. E. A. STANSBURV, Secretary. NEW TAILORING ESTABLISH ME NT. JAM I5S OUK, ,., WOTLD respectfully inform theoitizens or IJtir liniton ami public generally, llmt hp hasiaken the establishment recently occupied liy CllARLl-s UK.NNS. where he will execute nil orders 111 the TAILORING BUSINESS on the shone-l notice, and in a all la not to he surpass ed. From several years experience in llic liiinos lifi leels confident of insuring general satisfaction. CUTTING lone for other; to make up, at all time?, anil warranted lofit, if properly nialcup. Chiirch-st.Aug., 1S14. 12 If. A larucBHOAOH t Hark colored stone, set round with cold. It was lost cither in l'earl street, or crossing over by the new brick church to church-st. The finder will brisuitally rewarded on leaving it nl the Free 1'res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 August 1844

CO ft Vtf r ilss (ri' 'llelouohcd his harp. find nations heard entranced.' "TOO LATH." Too lntt-1 ilia curse of life I Could no lull read In many a heart, the thoughts that inly bleed, How oft wcie found Kngrnvrn ilctp, thojo w ords nfmlcnt sound (Curse of itr mortal slate 1) Toa late!- loo Intel Teats are tltcic, netid drops, that da not rise. Uui.-k niishin;; to the ryes; Kindly relic intr, as they gently (aw, Tlio inititinble woes Hut oozinir onward, silent, dark and chill Like soma cavernous rill That falls coii-coline; turning into stnne The thing it fnlU upon. Hut mm and then, maybe, the pent up pain llrcuks out tcsisilcss, in snr.ic. pas.jau.ite strain Of stiinnlnted grief ( Pindiiii! relief In that fond idle way Tor thoughts on lile tli.it ptcy. ' How truthfully conceived !' uiih gksi'ning e)C3 .So. nc hst'ner cries ' I'iiip nit in li igu s i well I' All I none can it II So truthfully the deep things of the heat t Who Ime not filt the, sniarl. Too late the. curse of life 1 t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 August 1844

NOT TUB G X. O B T OF O 21 S A R DOT TUB WELFARE OF ROMS BY If. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, F R D A Y, AUGUST no, 1844. VOL. XVIII....N0. w. nit HAT ENGLISH REMEDY von coucns. cm-ix, am'ii.ma, ami CONSUMI'TIOV ! TI1K GIIKAT AND O.NT.V KHJIHDY for Cold-, Coiishs. A-llinn, .m l CO.N'SlJll'TIO.V, i- llio HUNGARIAN IIAI.SAM OF MIT, ilwove-c.l by llie evlebrated Dr. fluclian, of London, I airland, and introduced into llie Unite 1 riute- under the imincdi.ttu Mtneriiilcinhwe. ef the inventor. riie extraordinary mici-o.-s of tliis medicine, in 1 lie cure ol I'lilmouary'di-ca-e-, warrants I In Aiiu-ric-an Aaent in sulieitiuir for iiuatmciit the WOIIST l'OS SIHLF, CASKS I lint can I e found in the. comuiuuiiy ca-es that seel; relief in vain from any of the com mon reme lies of the dav. and have I ecu given up hv tlieino-tdi-tinsui-hed I'lty-icgm-, n CONF1UMF.I) AND INCUItAlil.F.. The lluiirurian I1.iIk.iiii lias cured and will cure the most desperate of rases. It i noouocl; nn-trum, Imt n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 August 1844

u mm roil l'llKSIDKNT, or i:rrcKV. FOI! VKT. I'ltnSIDKNT, TJI150. FltBMNd'lHIVSEN, oi' xi:v .ii:iisi:y. rou r.iECToiis, .ri:ir.i)iu 11. n.Mtiti JOHN it. -k. At hi "SO. l-t ihsl.llM.VIV tow-i i:v, ;.i Hist, I Mll.lJ-s I IMII.IIllii;, mi ihst. wn.v swirr, 4tlnlit I'.ItASIf.S l-'AlllliAMCS. -i-,.... j, pl , i i i, L.n.uirj.r. ' ' " "f " ' AN EXPOSITION OF A " SHORT I rAi Ui.r I A friend his just sbi.wn mclbe Vt. Patriot of the Still nisi., on the liist pine of wlm b, nil anonym ms writer Ins iiudeil.dx n lo eoiiqnre iho expens a of the .Slate fir two periods nf fiv eoiiieeiiine year-, Ibe first iinnieiii'iiu uh H.'iJ and ii'tinir willi SJ0, theliti r eoinnieui unr wii i Hi!) an I en l.u with HI't. Tlieapp.iuul purpose was foinllicmi; the comiui: eleellons, and ihe disinL'eiiuoitsnrss of llie w riler is si'en upon a hi"ti' peru il of llie piece, and piriieidiilv m ibefiet, that it was riservetl lo a pe riisl lo i lale lo all'ml an opportunity to answer it. Il Mrtin'ly calls on thu firem...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 August 1844

your toiling tiritlliron in othuriiml mnimloiilii i'ul Stairs, liy n gooil roiiml majority for St.Aiin, nnd n tlrriilt.'il W lil Lrgislnltiii'. It Is fur you to scml unotliitr stiong Whig (lulu pation to llio next Congress, that tlio Imtu) ficcnt systtim of W'liitj policy may bo inaiti tuineil mill carried out inoie fully. You Invo uvcry reason to rally at lliis time. Do you wish llio tarifl' iniiintained, which has raised the prico of j oiir wool at least 30 per runt., nnd reduced that of very many manufactured nrticles? Thou work and vole for its determined suppuitrrs, the Whigs. Do you wish to show your nlilior nnce of that vilo scheme for the citension and denial perpetuation of SLAVEUY, tho certainly ol an unjust and disracrfu WAll, nnd the' assumption of a TWENTY MIL LION DKUT, ly tho annexation of Texas? Then woik mid votu for lis determined ene mies, the Whigs. Do you wish to receive your share of the proceeds of the public do main, to tho acquirement of which llio blood ani...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 August 1844

NEW STORE. Till! .uh-orll cr would inform hi- friend nnd the pul liV llinl lie ha ,jii"l rpcned n Stun1 mi tin corner tf Church nml Hank s'.rcet-, opposite, ihe old Hank, where he will HI Goods as cheap ns ihey can lie I uusrlit chc where, cinlTH"iiin h -mall stuck of DRY GOODS, nn I n general n -- rt i iicut ( f FAMILY GROl T.RIF.S. Please end nml Incite I clnri" bill big el c here. FLOtM and SALT, hy ilifhnrrt-l.fr in h qunti lilv. I "hall not I c underfill I liy m- nciuhbiirs. June 7, Ml, 1 'N. W "AGR, New 5$ torn aiuf Ntivv (ioods. THK -ub-cri1 erh.1- ta'.en tin- New Store nne door north i f Mo.srs. Ilrm-tnui Is' vi licrc" In- Ire .1 nt re.vived mi I miw i Vr lor sale, m gencrnl no-t" ment of Fancy ami Staph: Dry (Jim l, Dry Groceries, Paper Hauling", Ac, which fur quality mi I cheap-ne-cannot l.c- urm- I. P. irchn-crs nre invited In call nml examine lor themselves. C. I". ST.tNII'ORD. Rirlluglnn, May Hi, 1311. 50 li"KAI imim:. .Sic. T TONS LcidPi, In 1 Inch, U I dn Shrcl l.i'.u...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 September 1844

NOT TUB G I. O n Y OF C .ffl S a n BUT TUB W E X. F A It B OP ROME L'lJI.-.-L.UJ-ilJiJaJUl.JJJILJBitt-JJiUlg5iJJ,AJiJU:JL BY II. U. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, F RID A Y, SEP T EMB E It 0 1841. VOL. XVIII....X". M- FEMALE SEICINAlt Btimumrjioaa, Yb. Tlin Trustees of the llUllf.lXCiTOX 1'RMAI.ti SUMIVARY would inform llic public that tho Rev. J. K. Cos.-vr.nsB fins been ap pointed to take chargo of this Institution and that, nccmhmit prudent, on account of bronchial sviim- loins, to snpend, for a time, 1 1 is pastoral labors, lie lias accepted innr appointment. 3In. Uonvkrsk will reside in the Seminary IhiiM ing, and take the oversight of all its allairs. He lias associated with hinmlf experienced and thorough Teachers, who also Hill reticle in theN Institution, and with him will c.xerciso n constant nnd n irental care over Iho studies, the health and mornt deportment of iuu ri-Miueiu pupns. jjunni; iw-o quarters oi mc year, courses of Lectures will bo scored on subjects em braced in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 September 1844

IHBlBSl NATIONAL WHIG TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, or ki:xtltcky. for virn"TItKsiDnNr, THEO. PHGLINfillUVSEN, or x:iv ji::si:y. ran Ei.rcrnns, jKonoiui n. Harris, ,, ,, JOHN PHi'K. Al larGe lit. dial. CALVIN TOV.5.r?V. 2,1 din. cuif.os noni.iDOK, 3,1 dut. 11 1-NJ MIN KWIIT, 4lhdist. F.RASTUS FAIRBANKS. PREMIUMS OKPKUHU BY Tin: CHITTENDEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 1 94 t . FARMS. Tor llie bast cultivate.! Farm, of not less than thirty-five acres of cleared land regard being bad to the general manage, tncntof the farm, the expenses of con ducting the saino, tbn aino'int of pro. filter, and the relative condition of the f.irm at the riunincnecinciit and the cliic of the year, and the preference being given to the most econoinic.il and profitable mode of farming, or that which combines tin; largest nett profit pur cen tum from the capiial invented (includ ing the interest of the estimated value of the farm, and the whole expense of conducting it) with the greatest im provement in the lertil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 September 1844

to annex 'IVms for the perpetuation nf that cause, ! as llii basest and most signal act of servility lo Southern dictations, of the unity which have innsknl and disgraced northern Iiocofocoism for the last twelve years. Itesulved, That we hold the right of petition as sacred, and no less sacred in relation to Ameri can Slavery, than in relation lo any other subject whatsoever, Resolved, That onr gratitude Is duo to John Q. Adams, Win. Shade and others, for (he digni fied and manly firmness with which they have defended this right, and that we Irust the time is not far distant when a whig Congress shall fully restore this right which has been basely trampled upon by a self styled democrecy. llesolved, That wo are in favour of the Judi cious action of Congress for the suppression and extinction of this evil, bo far as itclcarly has con stitutional power. llesolved, That the proud fame of Vermont, as the political "Star that never sets," is a glorious heritage we desire to transmit lo ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 September 1844

6C ENfilils'ifTEMEDY l'-OH LOUGHS. COI.D-.. AVI IIMA, AND CONStTMI'TlOX ! rpilK GREAT AND OXI.V HUM ED V for CM-, 1 fn lain. tlinu, mil CONSUMPTION, i ihe lir.N'GUllAN I1AI.SAM LIFE, di.oomodby tho eclel-r.ilc.l Hr. Hhi'Iihi, of Lorn'on, Kni'land, mid introduced into i In' Unite I Slates ninli'r the immediate Mipcriircii-liiico i f the iniciiti r. Tin1 cxiraoi'.'in.-iry success of ibis medicine, in tlic nm-til I'lilmnniirv di-ea-o-, warrants 1 1 American Ascnt in xulii'itiii.' for '10.111110111 the WORST POS SIM. P. CASKS tint cm Icfoimdiii the coinimiuiiy cn-cs th:il seek re'ief in vain from any nf the com iikoi ri'int" lies (if llio il.iv. mill li no I ecu uiwn up hy the lilii-l il.tiniltl-llCil Pliv-i '1.111-, a- CONFIRMED AM) INt DltAl!LE. The lliniunrtnii IJalsaiu li.is cured .in I will cunt the most desperate of rases, li i mi ...I.., I. uo-lioin, hut a stun. taut Knell-h med icine, ( ('known ami c-t.il li-hcd rilicicy. Every family in the United Stales -'In iiM lesnp plicil w...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 September 1844

m I HI 1 (It NOT T II & OIjOKV C 3 An cut -run w n z- r a n n or noma BY If. Jl. STACY. NEW STORE. mill! ..a,.,.,,!.,. ,,.t,t ,,,(..., I,,. rr;.1. ..,,,,1 !... .L public lhat he has ui-l epenel a Store on tin ' coiner of I'li'iirli nnd 11 nk s'rrei., nnpnsilt tar old j Hank, where hr will 'ell Oond. u. rhr ip a. lliry run I he. lur'ulit rl-c vlirrr, t'tu'ipn'Mim a .mil stock of IMIY tiDOI'S. nnln crner-il niriiiii-n( of I pwiily r.uoir.mr.. p(i( rVl nml look 1 Won- f -nvina il.twlicre. , PLOUI! ami SALT, In-1 he 1 .i r 1 1-1 , r in !- pinn-1 titv. I -h ill not I c iiiiJit.-oM hv mv nridilinro. ! Juno 7, ML 1' N. V. (i.OIV NOT3CK TUP. subscriber hns removed his Office mrr Slroii"3 it On's store, north of tin" Court lTouso . A S.M.iI.l.KV. Darlington, .STcpl. , 181 1. 1 1 If SKI I) HVi:, r.irnlcby 4th Sept., 1911. II. W. ('ATI IX. 11 FRENCH AND ENGLISH DIMIOS. CHEMICALS r.. OILS ANATOMICAL I'tlf T Ml ATI UN'S or r.M'.nr nr.cmi,Ti"N, relit lmi:i;y, nni'pucx, rtT. JOJJXSOX MOO 111 $...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 September 1844

mm &nmm Xi'j Ic-seJC NATIONAL Wllta TICKET, roll IMlMSIDUVT. o.' k i:xTrciv. T II 120. P 11 K LI N (i 1 1 U YS EN. or .v;n .;. s;r. ,l large. ron r.i.r.cTnits, .ir.DI'.Dl 1I II. MAURIS, .11)11 X l'H IC. lt.dit. OU.VIN' TOWX--I hv, a I hi. c i!i.os cDni.iDCii:, :m iii-i r.i.N.f miv kwiit, llliili-l. r.HASrfd IWIIUIAXKS. Mil. CLAY (T THE TEXAS QUESTION Tho rultoiviiin are abstracts of Mr. Cl.iy's Kaleigh Letter, under tl-ito of Apiil J7, IS44, un tlic subject of lliu proposed annex ation of Texas lo tho United States: This narrative hnvs Ihe present act lal condition of Texas, so far ns I hive int irnialion about it. J! II holourreot, Mexico has not abandoned li.it jiei ovcrc; ni tho nsseitinn of In r rights liy ite-unl force nf :n ms, which, if suspended lire inn tided to be renewed. Un der these eitcitmstanccs, if tin.- finvciiiiiicnl nf the lTniU'il State xxero to ncipuie Te.xns, il woulil nc rjniro along xxuh it the incu.iibnucos winch Tt xn is under, nil. I among then tho acn...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 September 1844

blossinu's urFiccilnm mitl Civilization." Wo do not tisli, il" not oxpnct, tint nny South ern man, .iltiiclioil to tit" institutions of liis sectiiin, siioultl view this stllijurt nnliri'ly lis tvo do. It suffices us that Air Clay opposus Aniii!x:ition for tlio reasons which Imvti co gency vvitli him ; our reasons include nil his but aro by no inuans confined to litem. If Mr. Clay is (ducted, wo have an Anti-Texas Congress and Administration ; ifl'olk suc ceeds, there cannot bo a rational dnuht tli.it the great National crime, so long meditated, by turns so stealthily and soiecMessly pur sued, will hu consummated. Hut in tiiumph or adversity we shall battle it to the last. And now, Mr LMeheian, dare you let your readers sc6 the 'opinions' you have so ear nestly called for tlio whole of them as we put them! I'robaby not. At any rale take back your assertion that Mr. Clay's letter was published "in mi obscure part' of The Ti ilium1. It was published diiectly under the head of the Moru...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 September 1844

:itr..T ENGLISH REMEDY FOII (.OUGII-i. ( "J,!)'-. A-T1S.MA. AND ('ON'SITUI'TlOV I rpiin GRFAT AND ONI.V HF.MF.DV for Col I, L Cnc-h. A Hum, and CONMMPTtON, i-ilu-Ilt'NGUtlAX HALSAM OF LIIT, ib-cover.' 1 1 v tlieertrl r.He.l I'r. H-ii-linn, cif Lon on, I nuhnd, nn'l iutri-du'vd inln ,hp Uiii'p I S' ilf- under llir iiniuo hate shporin rn I nice i f the in veil ii r. I'iic t.vraur 'inaiy me o- nf thi medicine, in the our ol I'ti'ivn'tirv'th-ea-e-, warmi's tip American Am'iit m Klirttinir fur 'rra-iiir-iit I lac WORST POS SIHLF. CASKS lln! nn 1 r f und i i I Ik- coniiniiiiiiy -"a-M Hint n'i'!; rp'u-l in v.it'ii from any tif the com mon romo ho ol I lie il.tv. nn I have I ien ciwn up I v the mo-i ili-l'iiin-lic I l'liv-i 'nn-, n CONFIRM F.D AND 1N CliAHI.!'.. Tin- II 'it-nrhn !:iN nn hn. eure I an I Will cure the most ilcptT.'tti' nl'rnsrs. Jl i no quad; nii-'tttui. I n a tnn.lard liifli-h med icine, rf known nn I p-lt' li-hed pth'pacy. livery family in iheFnitcl Si.ro -dmtit I Ip sup pl...

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