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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 January 1848

Mr Calhoun's Sjicrcli A Dcfensiie Line. Col. Schoulcr, of tlio lloston Atlas, In one of liit interesting Washington letters dated January 4th, gives n sketch of Mr Calhoun's famous iwcch on tho war question, delivered in the Senate, Hint day i Mr Calhoun commenced by saj'rng that, In Ms uiumvu, una war was unnecessary, anil miglit have easily been avoided. Ho had opposed it iiuui iuu ix-mmiing, nnu ne tlioul.l speak Ins sen timcnta with boldness and independence, llo aoid he was for taking n defensh c lino 1 that was the tnic iKmcy 1 we could only cain any real In- (Icmuity from unoccupied territory, but none at all from occupied territory ; we must talco land, but not Mexicans. The administration was for conquering a peace, that was their policy. We had levied armies, wo had gained brilliant victo ries, uu. no iiau council no peace ; wo nail plung ed deeper into difficulties. There was a mistake somewhere. We had aimed at indemnity Iho wrong way. The administration looked for peace...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 January 1848

Winter Work. Now is llie lime to li.ire a careful over hauling and examination of all your Ionia, lo aco if they arc in perfect repair, anil if jou liato all that nrc necessary for tho prof itable management of a farm. A good workman who understands truo economy Iwayi works with good tools, whatever his irade or calling may be. How often it is the case, that a shillless man loses more in one or two days' labor, for want of a suita ble implement, than it would cost him to buy one. Oh, hut, says one, it is necessary lor me to economise, I have not the means of continually buy ing. Granted. Youthen, are the very man who should buy, or fur nish yourself in so mo way with the best of tools to work with, lie who Is nut untlcr the necessity of economising, may, if he i hooses, waste his time with bad tools, but bo who is under such necessity, surely can not afford it. See, then, that your tools are in order, and that you havo enough of them. Where repairs are needed, do them yourself if yo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 January 1848

.ad MA. Vj.. Vermont $hccnix 40( (Oh .. ,. TOL1JMB XIV. BRATTLED ORO, FKIUAY, JANUARY 31, 184S. NUMBER 22. it. VERMONT FHCENIX. Another 1'cblio Dinner The Milita ry Eha. A public- dinner was given !n Vah inglon, last Friday evening, to Generals Quit man and Shield. Tlio 'leo President wan present; tho Speaker of tho House of Itcprc sentalircs sent liis nology, pleading a prior and unavoidable engagement, but acknowledging the high honor done him by the imitation to attend. The Constitution, tlio President, tlio. Uracil of I'epartmcnts, uongress, tho supremo Judiciary. ,,n. 11:.,;,,..,. n '.v.. i '1 -wur isisuuiruisucii uuesis. mo aicmonr nf Washington, the Memory of tho Fallen iiratn. 1 l, ,U", . H,v. .1..: w. .1.. n:. Vv" " .:vi; In" V"i ' "'' 'u" 1""""' ""u . e have not . word to say personally spins! these gentlemen thus imUnly cntertaineiTs but I to contemn the arts of peace, anil long for iho trappings of tho cpaulcted gentry, then are these public dinners to Generals and Commo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 January 1848

Congressional Proceedings. Tuesday, Jan. 11. In tlio SENATE, a bill ni reported to In crc.no tlio medical staff of tlio Army. Anothor was introduced mid referred, to amend tlio Ju dicial system of tlio United State. Mr Davis submitted a resolution calling on tlio President to communicate certain letters from Generals Taylor and Scott on tho subject of forced contributions in Mexico. Lies over. Sir llaldwin offered a resolution calling on the President for tlio correspondence of Mr Trist while Commissioner to negotiate a Peace during the armistice last year. Mr Mason's resolution for admittlntr tlio Edl- tors of the Union, Messrs Ritchio and Hciss, to mo iioor ot tno senate, was agreed to. Tho Senate then proceeded to tho considers lion of tho Ten Reenncnt bill. Mr lloverdr Johnson resumed his remarks in reference to Ids second proposition. Mr John son condemned tho courso pursued by the Pres ident, lie was detective In vigor in not availing Iiinucli ot tno means placed at ius dispos...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 January 1848

I believe it is tho first timo ln the Inslory of lhi Union that it has been denied. In the ctWlu vhicli tho President refers, when a call wrw mndo upon President Washington, thcro was (which tho mesrage omits to slate) an cxueplion ior cns which he might think not proper to be inn ui red into at tho time. isW, sir, the President lins not added whnl xtm tho action ot the Homo upon tint; mid tho notion of tho House wns in direct opposition In tho resitanco of President Washington to their call. Tho Houso formally declared and I wish iue journal niigm ue iookcii to to sec mo nouro formally declared ngalmt President WnshlnGton their tight to call for such information. That was their action ; and, as far as 1 know although tho very memory of Washington, by every body In this country, at this time, (and by none more than myself,) is reverenced ccxt to worship the President was wrong In that particular in stance, and went too far to deny tho power of the House, ana as to nts reasons, I nev...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 January 1848

H1 Stflvfcttltucnl. Productive Smail Farm The Coop r fnrm. near Busttwick, L. I., according to the eommillee of tlie N. Y. Farmers' Club, consists of only 30 acres, llio priipri t-lors being young men, who enmc in mw cssinti mil a few years ago, when tlie land very barren. Willi the help of fiur men, nil J additional lielu in picking lime, they lure the pan aeauiti supplied New Ynrk with the following article : 342 bushels peas in pod, yielding (250 1000 " potatoes, " 017 1200 " tomatoes, " C00 1200 " buih-beaus, " 623 t?20?l - Ill addition to the above, there remained unharvcstetl at the lime the report was bushel potatoes, by eslimale. 4000 poles thickly covered with Lima beans. 1 acres rorn. 1 1 2 acres Blne-lop turnip. 1 1-2 acres cabbage fiUOO lo the acre. liny for all their slock. 1-20 acre Cayenne pepper estini.il ed 25 bushel-. Also, 75 bustle Is wheal. Manure. Arthur Yninia took five equal portions nf n field, one portion of which he manured with dty cut straw ; n second wi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 January 1848

VOJtiUME XIT. IIUAT CLEB Olt0 FRIDAY, JANUARY 38, 1848. r H. rUDLISlIKD EVEltY FKlDAVBTf RYTHER xV PIsATT. ' o. ii. 1'lattI EniTiui O V Jf I C 12JfO, 9 WUKELSaVSTplJE , BC li'tiioj Teaiis,-To single subscribers, S2.00 aycar. To .Computes, and those) whonliy In advance, n liberal ducouL will be made, ' nv, Mb T. Kl Honroay Isour Travelluii Ageot. Currajxmlina oftka Korthamptm 'Owner. Mea. Albert Gallatin. I?ew Tons, Jim. 13. lajfi. The recent pubhcaUon of Air Gallatin, do the Mexican war, has given additional interest to his slready distinguished history, and people wish to know more about ihli eminent and rood man. t torn authentic records, and information furnished bv his personal friends, perhaps I may bo-ablo to do something towards meeting intelli gent curiosity premising that Sir G. is a man of largo frame, about 86 years of age, quite fee- uiu in uouiiy power, nut witu a mind as vigor- has ever been abstemious In his habits, and pro, dent in tho preservation of his health, nev...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 January 1848

ft Congressional Proceedings. Tuesday, Jan. 18, In the SENATE, Mr Dix presented the pc luionrofMr Mills of New York, praying to bo rcliovcd from his contract relative to tho Bre men lino of itcamsbips- Mr Mahgum'a resolution celling for Gen. Scott't proposed plan of the War, waa again taken up. Jfr Sevier moved to lay it on tho tabic. this wu carried, Ira) 22, Nayt 20. Mr Webster brought in a bill altering attach ment issuiniz out of the United States" to ns to conform to tho laws regulating such at tachments in tho Tariouj States. It was imme- uiatciy passed unanimously. Mr llagby submitted a resolution for consid erably diminishins tlio rawer of thn monml m. eminent, tinder the constitution, tn imnmn np. er and harbors, and construct internal Improvc- Mr Badger of N. C, addressed the Scnato in opposition to tho Ten Regiment Bill. Ho said lio should rote against it, and against any in crease of the present military force. The fol lowing are some of tho leading points of his speech ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 January 1848

rV8v " " -T "i ii tii im, whom 'jo 1 Jin la n m w ant corn thft turisdlcttoti nf liia United Stales.' elusion, Sic play loccchfd,thcnbolHionU!, those who carry alare'ry to cxtrcnic-'-lfo " i Sulci beseech oilmen to look dispassionately ut .Uia groat, objects of tho eoclctyj In the nailurof uuu, unucr wnosu Funics nuu pruviuuiivu hu i'u licved this society was enabled to preserve its existence, ho bescoched all tojook at Iboobjc -Is nf the society dispassionately. ,Ite espi-vascd the belief that thorfi was tio Instrument In thd lands of ttio government of the United States for the suppression of the tlavo trade, to clTcct ual as to cover the Western coast of Africa wilh colonies, all of which would bo no man- sentries, urged by tho principles of their.rnturo, tjr tho love of their race, to resist' Jhp' progress of tho lave tred6. Ho ioto aalulhuprospoctspf llio now African republic, and exhorted the society to go on in their noblo cause. Ho said I may soon Icavo you and tills theatre...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 January 1848

-Tr- Hijt'ituuinMr. PlierAItATIOtl OP. Stub, Tha proper selection of seed for grain and roof"crorij'deiiiands ti much ollentlon as the selection of animals Tor propagation. Tlio pedigree, enapo and hoaltlt Is no piorc lo 0C3iCHiccic;u m mo ouo case man in inv oilier." The loose, opinion that, what1 will mi iln to eat. uill nrisircr lo sow or riant is not well .founded, Tha better opinion Is" that what will not do to-plant or sow may uo to gitalho bpgs. If the seed is I'ripo; and. real," plunip'and perfect, It will bo likely to furnish rigorousrooi, without which the crotvlh will bo in more danger of the r,r.r r .,- . ...1 ir tJ 11.1...T.1 casuaiiuca ui ntu ovusuii, ami, it u auuuiu reach maturity, will bo ncccssariljr stinted. Tho practico of selecting cnrlr, long-car-cd seed corn (torn rtalki with twin cars, or triple cars, shows llii importance of care in this matter too ctearlr to be alighted. It was this courso pursued for tt long series of tests a quarter ol a) century -wnicii ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 February 1848

Hcrmont VOJLUME XIV. jmATTIJGB ORO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1848. NUMBER 24. PUBLISHED KVEltY FHIDA 1 11 Y ItYTHER &. PLATT. ' O. II. P Ii ATT, EDITOll. OFFICExo. 3 wnssi.tn's stone scilpiku Tibxs. To single subscribers, $2,00 a yeti. To Companies and those who jxiy in advance, a liberal D7Mr T. K. Hortoh, ii our Travelling Agent. The Thriving Family. ur mrs l. it. sioouhn-et. Our father lives In Washington, And has a world of cares, But (rites his children each a farm, Knough for them anil theirs. Full thirty well groan sons lias he, A numerous race Indeed, Married and settled, all, d'ye see, With boys and (rirls to feed. And If we wisely till our lands, We're sure to earn a tiring, And hare a penny, too, to spare, For spending or for giving. A thriving family are we, 2Cb lordiing need deride ns, For we know how how to use our hands, And in our wits wc pride us Hail, brothers, hail Let nought on earth divide us. Some of ns dare the sharp north-east, Some, t-lorer fields are mowing;...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 February 1848

Congressional Proceedings. Wednesday, Jan. 26. SFNATE. Mr Benton gave notice that bo uni.M irmw ask leavo to introduce n bill lo amend llio 65th and 9It rules of llio Article! of War. Tlio Tea Regiment Ilill was then taken up, and Mr I)i addressed tho Senate upon it. Ho raised tlio old bugbear of European intrigues In Mexico, nml was in Cat or of maintaining our troop) there. The HOUSE passed tho joint resolution from tlio Senate, authorising the erection of a monu ment to Washington on Iho public grounds at Washington. Tho subject of tho referenco of tho Fresl dent's Mcssago was resumed in Committeo of the Whole. Mr Palfrey addressed tho Committee. Ho began by referring to tjie speech delivered hero by a gentleman from North Carolina, (Mr Cling man.) as constituting a now era in the discussion of this question. Ho accepted tho omen; and bailed with satisfaction the time when .tho sub ject of American slavery was to be freely and finally discussed. Io referred also to an article in ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 February 1848

" liavon't near enough to spread nil OTcr tho coun try yet without leaving them too scattering. 1 liopo you will hurry on.tho thirty thousand more men that you promised, ns fast as fomUa that would main ua near a hundred thousand stronrr : enough to tprcad out squatters Into all parti of tho country, and tlio anncxin, business would bu prcltv much over. That is, tho annc.tln or Aloxico; and 1 take it you It eive us ft hoi; day, and let us rest ft few months Colore we liiu h on to the next country down south. And, besides, we shall need that holyday to see about electing you Trcsident another term ; for you'll hare to bo elected In tho common way once more, beforo you will bo strong enough to stand President all tho time without any election. I sco things is going on very well for your election this tunc. Tho more candidates there is on both sides, tho belter it will bo for you j and il appears ;iow us though there was n going to bo lots of 'cm. I remain your faithful friend, SIajoii...

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

J - Trees. Tlie improved lasle or our citl .oris is seen not only In erecting their buil .ings In more elegant style, but in the Mtltivalion of trees by the siile of the roads, mA in the vicinity of their dwellings. Any mo who wishes to purchase a larm will im ediately Inquire if it contains a good on Jard, and ia well-furnished with other Ircea . r ornament and use. Tho chief oma ,jintj of Eden where man first resided were ie various trees il contained, beautiful to le eye and good for food. "Vhst is the richest country without ( tecs t" What barren and monotonous spot Minlney not convert into a paradise t crxes, in the midst of his most ambitious t .iterprise, slopped his vast army to con l mutated the beauty of a tree. Cicero. "tarn the throng arid exertion and anxiety of tie torum, was accusiomeo, rimy reus us, j. steal forth to a grove or plane trees to t fresh and invigorate, his spirits. In the Hiaptan grorc, the same author adds Jhucididcs.was supposed to have composed jls n...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 February 1848

ftrfmcrut VOLUME XIV. VERMONT PH(EN1X. C7Tbe joint special committee ol tho Massa chusetts Legislature, to whom ni referred 10 much of the Governor's mosage as relates to the Mexl tan war, have made an aide ami pungent reports We cop from the Boston Conner the editor of which, Mr llaclingham, was chairman of the Com mittee a few extract : Fassini over the alleged muses fir begin!,, the war, it will be observed that the President proposes to iwiruiw it, to obtain Indemnification fur all the expenses Incurred by our Koremmcnt in its prose cudon. The committee are ot opinion that this mollis rounoi uc jusuncu, on any principle hither to admitted in any acknowledged code of national cthicf. Ther are mn that what li called the lw Miraoi uw nature m elastic and flexible, tliat Th,Vn, nr u-.T V . Mi Y aP?W J?r 01 " Awociauon hai been made, the head nuar J. v .v a neaai Dm 11 is bt lie red tliat his-1 ters betni? at the former Pill' fit. nivlnwii .n.l tory furnishes no example to illustrate...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 February 1848

Congressional Proceedings. TUK911AY, Feb. I. , In tho SKNATF,, Mr Benton, from tho Mill l.iry Committee, reported a resolution authoriz ing tho examination of testimony asked for In tho memorial of CoL Fremont. Agreed to. Mr nroco of Illinois, from tho Committco oil Public Lands, reported n bill to repeal a part of the act rclatire to Pre-emption Bights j and also subinlttod a resolution calOng for information as to the nmotint of Military Lands located in Illi nois, tho counties in which they aro located, tho llmiitfd price. &c. Mr Miller's resolution calling on the l'rcsidcnt for information as to whether ho had ordered duties to bo collected on goods and merchandise lielonirinir to American citizens in Mexico, and by what law or authority ho had done so, was agreed to. Tho Houso bill proi iding for additional clerks In tho Patent otnee, was passcu. TU XT!, l'n.atilnnt avn notice that ho OX- ncctcd to bo absent for somo time, and tho Sen- .11 .., i .1 , PLiiKnin nm tf-m. nil a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 February 1848

Letter from CcBfral Tajlor to the) Iateresttag from MciFco. Secretary of War. B.v the steamship Edith, at Xew Orleans, wo The President ho commnnicatctl to Cocin ji. I hnrn Vera Crux ilatea to Jan. 2etL- The Cw in reply to a demand bythe Home, the rolijoiu-j York uaperxof Saturday contain the foBowin cd lemjfrom funeral Taylor, in replr to t!u ulryrarhic alstnv t of her intdligawe, which of the Secretary of War, relative to tlio fu'J-l n, , : , . , . cation of the former celebrated private It iter la u.ncni uaine. a no uenerat TtndKttn himself with ability, and mach self respect . Ii.--.. ::i i j i n -.i . . l wilt Le Men to confirm cnentiaDj tho late cur rent peace notion: From tie Xatimrf IiddBgaar. fl g lYatienal Ceatf ation. At a meeting of the VtWg memlrsr.f the Senate and Ilorue of Representatives of the I'nitul .States, held on Thursday ctpviin;, .Ian. 17th, 184M, to consider the proprirtr of rvroio ineniling a Whig Sationa! Ltsnvrotsmt, the Hon. . a-. Jiinpun, ot .orth uiroK...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 February 1848

: I, ElflfJcuItuvnl. Vow Me Albany Cultivator. Making, Saving and Application of Jlnnnrc. Messrs. EmTons I have something farther to offer? in conlinuatloti at mjr re. mirks publislietl In the Norenil.er number of the Cutiirilor, upon ilia subject or "mak. ins and saving manure." 1 licy inn; up. near somewhat racy, but jet, I fancy, the will be found to hare practical bearing Upon this important matter. In the November number, I remarked that mjr breaking up of sward land is done in November. I will be more particular in staling my reasons : Besides other reasons that might be named, the frosts of winter so pulverise the surface of tho Inverted furrows, that I can the more earlier bury the dressing of compost that is applied in the spring to a suitable depth without disturbing the sod. The harrow is put on first, after spreading llie manure, which distributes it more equally over all the land, and finally divides the loose eartn sdovo inc son, au inai wncii tho plow is put in, the r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 February 1848

llcrmont Ptccmx OliUMB XIV. BRATTJLEB ORO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1848. NUMBER G. PUBLISHED K VCH Y FIUIJAYIIY KYTHER At PLA.TT. O. II. PL, ATT, KDITOIt. OFFICEso. 2 wubeler's atone buildiko. Teiuis. To tingle luWrlbcrs, $3,00 a year. To Companies, and those who par In ait ranee, a liberal discount M-ill be made. D3" Mk T. K. Hokton, it our Travelling Agent. WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY. 05" PRICE REDUCED TO $6 Thtentirt work vtutbrutpttt. In 1 IV. Crown Quarto. Containing &u the matter trthe for me r editions In S Vol. Quarto, and 3 ols. Hoysl Cvo. yow thoroughly reviied and great) enlarged and improved. Dg Professor C1IAUSCEYA, GOODHICIl, of G. &C.3IERH1A)!, Springfield, .Mass. TTAVE lust published a new stcreotvtto edition XX of tho aliove valuable work, upon the revision of "men wiTcrai jpan lauor nave urea Desiowrd pj the editor, l'rofeitor Goodrich of Vale College, and other Keuwemrn uiiunguisneu tor weir eminence in toe va rious departments of knowledge among whom are, Silliman...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 February 1848

ft Congressional Proceedings. Wednesday, Feb. 9. SENATE. Mr Dix presented resolutions pawed by the Legislature of Now Yoi k. Instruct ing tho Senator, and Representative! from that State in Conmi to voto in fat or of the applica tion of tho Wilraot Proviso to all territory here after annexed to the Union. They were order ed to be printed. The House bill confirming tho boundary bo twecn Missouri and Arkansas was passed. The Ten Regiment Hill was then taken up. Mr Nilcs addressed tho Senate in reDlv to Mr Bell's accusation against tho lxco Foco party, of .-.11..?- 1.1 , - - r .i -' wviujt wiuau-u uj a iltaiw uc&iru lur tuo ac- quisition of territory by conquest. lie (Nilcs) bkunnl both parties for their conduct in regard to the war, Tho country desired ncace. IIo would support tho bill only to strengthen our favor of negotiation, and with that view ho had no objection to vote for this bill, with the hope that it would hasten the termination of tho war. The Government of Mexico des...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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