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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 29 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 29, 1847. lllntfljmrtu & tftatc Sountnl. i;. V. WAI'fIV. .lit., V.KITOK, Moii("'""'t H'luii'Mlny, Aiii'JI ttl. MR. CLAY ON THE WAR, &c. Wo nro pleased to soo llio following letter from Mr. Clay, and especially tho paragraph on tlio War. It puts a quietus to the absurd cari caturo of his Now Orleans speech, which has been paraded in tho locofoco newspapers : Ashland, 8th April, 18)7. You express your regret on recount of tho unexpected issuo of tho Presi dential election. I ought to feel nono for my self, personally. Resides being relieved from n vast responsibility, It furnished tho occasion of wc rxmuiuuii m testimonials, aim mo outpour ing of affection from tlio hearts of my friends and countrymen, of which I had no previous con ccptii'ti that I ever could bo tho honored object. Thr.r spontaneous and disinterested mnmfostn tinns are worth far more than tho Presidency it self. For our common country I do regret tho is eup of tho c...

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. — 29 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 29, 1847. Northern (N. Y.) IUn.no.vn, Wo proceed, according to promise, to notice tlio moat ititcrcs- tine points in tlio report of Mr. Ilnywnrd, and wo do this mainly for tlio information of tlioso interested in tlio Vermont Central Railroad, to which the Northern N. Y. or Ogdonsburgh road is destined to ho an exceedingly Important ml junct. Tho liio from Ogdenshurgh, tit the foot of navigation of Lake Ontario, to Uouso's Point on Lake Clmmplain, is but n fraction over 113 miles Tho ascending grades going cast (tlio direction of tho heaviest freights,) arc exceedingly favor nblo nono exceeding aiM feet to the mile; and tho grades westward average only 31 feet to tlio im'c, and none exceeding 39.0. Thcro is but ono curve of a less radius than 4000 feet, and that occurs at a station. Of tho whole, 85 per cent, is a straight linn 1 In short, this will bo a Jlrtl classroad for business and speed, nt a cost of $'2,22!),270, or $lu,000 per mile...

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. — 29 April 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 29, 1847. Qlcjricuhival. To the Washington Co. Agricul tural Society. WIIKAT. Your committee on Field crops Imv- inn examined tlic several applications submitted to them, report, tiiat tlicy hnvt awarded to II. C. II aywakt) of Merlin the first premium on wheat, to wit : $5,00, and that we gather from his state ment 1 1 io following particulars : The ground was broken with the plow in the fall of '44, manured in the following spring with a moderate quanti ty of coarse and fine manure sptcad upon the furrows and harrowed, then planted to corn, one half, the other to potatoes, yield very small. Nov. '45 ground plowed, April 20th '46 plowed again and sowed immediately with 1 1-2 bushels of white bearded wheat, washed in brine and mixed with ashes before sowing. Amount of land sown one acre, yicl dinir 28 bushels. Kxpcnsc of cultivation, including har vesting and threshing, $12,00. To John Podinson of Calais the 2d premium of $3,00. The ground...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 May 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 25. WHOLE NO. 2110. lUntcljmmt & 0latc journal. runusitnt) every tiiuuhday mouninu. i in -ie iiu caMi in mivtuicoj g-imi n pnymcni u noi made In ajvanco interest always cliafgoit fiom Iho end of OnATUITOUS ADVnitTISINfl. The iimlorilsn-i.l HmHnc Unit Itio niiUllr ntn mnklnr tinted onnble (Jmand upon their columns ly the way of cnituliuu nuveriiiemctus, upi comjoiini to enter nun Uio umowing n prppmrnt I lit. For nthiolices ichatcctr, imntly pul.lMicd cralullouily, wo hiii cnarRo onc-nait itv muni prico ni niivcru'fineni' 21 For obi maty notice", execrding tho iimple announce went of the death, we will churire Iho unmo price. V V. WAIjTO.N & t?ON3, Fubltshtm of the Ifnfchmanamt Journal JOSEPH POLAND, Publisher of tht Frermnn, EASTMAN it DANrORTiJ, riihttther of the Pali ioU Monlpclie:, Dec. 1846. LET'S MAKE IT UP. BT ClflftLOTTE TOUa. Homely word may we deem them tho i6mon hnn flown When we heard the...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 May 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY (5, 1847. lUatcljmmt & 0tatc 2ouvnal. V.. V. WALTON, Jit., UIHTOIt. Montpcllcr. 'riiuisliiy, Mny 0. mi 3033 VIRGINIA ELECTION. Wo havo the plcasuro of assuring our readers of tlio gain of 01 least four Whig Members ol Congress, and thero is a fair prospect of two wore. Tho list is as follows: Districts. .Verniers. 1. Atkinson, loco, Ci) Majority. 2. Dromgoolc, loco, 10 maj. since died. 3. Flournoy, whig gain, 151 maj. . Bocock, loco, 12 maj. 5. Goggin, whig gain, 109 maj. a John M. Dolls, whig gain, HOO maj. 7. Thos. II. Baylor, loco. S. Bcale, loco. 9. Tcndlcton, whig. 10. Bodingcr, loco. 11. McDowell, loco. 12. Preston, whig gain, 300 maj. 13ih and Uth to come in. 15. Brown, loco. So far as the returns are in, they show a whig majority in tho popular vote of Polk's maj. in 1814, Whig gain, ' Tho whigs havo tho House and the locos tho Senate. The Iloslon Atlas Bays'. Before tho Virginia election, tho Union laid claim to an Administratio...

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. — 6 May 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY G, 1847. I)ip0 anb Clippings. jEnGMT Hentiiam. Mr. ltiish, llio American Ambassador, dining ono tiny ivilh tlio eccentric Jeremy Ucntlinm, had n long convolution with him respecting the United Stntes. "Keep your salnrica low," said Uontlmm i " it is ono of the secrets of tho success ol our government. Hut what is tills," lie inquired, "called tho Hoard of Navy Commissioners that you have lately setup? I don't understand it." Air. Uusli explained it to lii in. " I can't say that I liko it, replied Benlhanij "llio simplicity of your public de partments Us hitherto been ono of tlio rccoui mendations, hut boards make screens! if any thing goes wrong, you don't know where to find tho (illender ; it tvus tlio board that did it, nut ono of tlio members; always tho board the board." Satisfactory Definition. A littlo girl asked her sister hat was chaos that papa read about ?" Tho older replied, " why it is a great pile of nothing and no place to put ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 May 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY G, 1847. cagricultuvnl. NEAT CATTLE. views or col. s JAciucft or mass. Upon tlio subject of selecting nml breeding domestic animals generally, it has been my object to combine as much as possible all the most desirabtp proper tics adapted to the soil, climate and hab its of JVeic England. I wish, however, it may bo distinctly understood, that tut.nlnvni- T mnv KfiV (W0I1 ll"S SUUJCCt, I do not desire to dictate to others, but hope thosd who are better informed may make known their practice and expen encc. My principles arc, that the blood the wt fluid, in every livinc creature, in whose body it flows, is, by the laws of nature, the sole agent and controlling nowcr, in developing the general char acter x and that by crossing and mixing the blood of the different varieties of the same species, the strongest strains of blood will be found to predominate ; nnd that health, or disease good or bad properties are transmissible to the pro gency and ...

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. — 13 May 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1847. VOL. XLJ, NO. 20. WHOLE NO. 2117. illntcljmmt & Struc journal. ruin.isiiKi) r.vr.nY tiiuiisday mounino. TERMS SI AO coili In advance I S4 00 If navment li not made in advance Interest alwaya charged from tlio end or me jenr. ittisccllancous. rrom tlio Columbian Mogarlno. THE MAN THAT KILLED HIS NEIGHBORS. FOUNDED ON FACT. II V I,. MAMA CHII.l). It is curious to observe how a man's spir itual state reflects itself in the people and animals around him ; nay, in the very gar ments, trees and stones. Ttcubeu Black was an infestation in the neighborhood where he resided. The very1 sight of him produced effects similar to the Hindoo magical tunc, called Raug, which is said to bring on clouds, storms and earth quakes. His wife seemed lean, sharp and uncomfortable. The heads of his boys had a bristly aspect, as if each individual hair stood on end with perpetual fear. The cows poked out their horns horizontally, as soon as ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 May 1847

9 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 13, 1817. Hloiitpclicr, TU ur.MliiyiUuy 1!L 'ST THE PRESIDENCY. Jin, Cohwin. A Whig Convention In Goau gua County, Ohio, has nominated Senator Con win for President. Gen. Taylor The Now York Mirror ofthc Cth lma tlio following paragraph, tlio correctness of which tho N. Y. Express doubts. Tlio Mir ror is a zealous advocate of Gen. Taylor. " Wo understand that thoro is a letter in town from General Taylor, written in reference to his nomination for tlio Presidency, in which ho ex presses a preference for Henry Clay over every other candidate yet named, and lor Crittenden nnd McLean next. Hut, notwithstanding that these arc his preferences over all others, ho still candidly avows thai ho is not indifferent to tho will of the people, and rather intimates that ho will feel himself bound to accept the 1'residen cy, if tho people should persist in thrusting it up on him. So, let us hear no more about his de clining tho nomination." Mr. Polk moan...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 May 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUItNAL, MAY 13, 1847., From the tloi'.on Atlal of May 10. New York, Sunday Evo., May 0. 1'nll details of llio batllo of Uorro Gordo have been recoived by mail. Nothing further impor tant It is reported, by a letter from Vera Cruz, that Gen. Shields is dead. Ex-President Ilerrorn nnd tiventy-threo Col onels aro among the prisoners. Tho specie) ta ken in Snntn Anna's carriapo amounted to $70, 000. Col. Joso Obnmlo, chief of artillery, was killed. No accounts published by tho Mexicans put their army below 12,000 men and 21 pieces of cannon. Somo accounts put our list of killed and woun ded as low as 300. Generals Patterson and Smith aro sick. No ClUARTF.it. Wo aro sorry lo boo the an nexed paragraph, in a letter from an actor in tho battlo of Hucna Vista to an Arkansas newspaper. We trust it is incorrect; or at least, that tho in humanity hero recorded was confined to tho Ar kansas regiment somo members of which wero arrant cowards. Cowardice and cruelty ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 May 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 13, 1847. THE IRISH FAMINE. w rtrt K.-.inf ofthe exertions maUIne; In the United Biiii for the " IlKitioii of ll.o famine in frelaml. My Mr. Alamc A. Watts. A cloud bung oet green Inntsfall gem of tlio silver malnt Oh ! who thai saw that featful sight, might dare to look again? The earth with tVoflful verdure cltul.man hald Mi head on high, (But mun even In Mi beit estate li leit than onity.) Abroad lie looked o'er cast and west, nn though defying fate j A curio went forth across tho land, and It wm ilusoKito. ' Hope Against hopo" awMlo pievnllcd we said, t early dawn, Tho day will ihow bright promlso yet, the cloud will he wllli drawh. Men .poke In whispers, each ono feared lo meet tho other's eye J At Iron teemed thettcrllo earth, ai brass tho lullcn iky. But patience had her perfect work, abundant faith w as given 1 Oh I who ihall ay tho scourge of earth doth not bcarfiult fur heaven. Slowly arose tho unwilling call, broke forth tho imolh...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 May 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 27. WHOLE NO. 2118. iUatcIjmmt & State 3tounwl. puiiMsitnn nVcr.Y Thursday morninu. TERMS $1 60 cnili in ndvanco; $200 If pnymcnt Is not made In advance) Interest alwayt charged fiom tlio end of the sett, GRATUITOUS ADVKUT1SINO. Tli umlcMisrvd rinding that tlio public ma mnMng unrea innnltle demand upon ihflr columns by tho way of srnlultmii advcrtlrmenHt Tccl compelled to enter Into the following grcoment i lit. Fr nU nntim inkttrvtr, usually puMtnlicd erntultouily, wc will chaise one-bnlf tho uual price of ndverlTupmentn. Sd For olittuiy nnticni exceeding tho ilmplo iinnuuncc m nt of the death, we will cliiinrn the mmo price, 13. P. WAIrON & PONS, Publisher of Ihit If'mehman and Journal, joscrii roiiAND, PublttHtr n Frteman. EASTMAN Sc DAN FORTH. PuhUihtTt of the Patrivt, Montpclier, Dec. 1840. LET'S SIT DOWN AND TALK TOGETHER. BY THOMAS MACKMXAR. Lct'i lit down and talk together Of the thfnjH of...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 May 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 20, 1847. toatcl)mantatc3foufual. riroiiutpcllei', Tltursdrty, May 20. THE TARIFF. Tlio figures which wo gavo last week did not tell tlio wliolo story ot tho faiUtre of tlio Pollt Tariff, by a long sliot. Wo copy tho following statement from a Frco Trade paper, tho N. Y. Journal or Commerce: Cash duties in tho port of N. Y. for 4 months, 1840, For 4 months in 18 17, $(5,740,078 52 '0,M)0,743 00 Decrease under tho now Tariff, $55,331 02 Imports of foreign goods 4 mos. in 1817, For 4 months in 1810, $35,379,303 20,243,915 Increase, Exports 4 months 1847, For 4 months 1810, $9,133,388 $15,490,50 9,487,829 Increase, $0,002,378 Thus it will bo seen first; that while wo havo purchased more than Nine Millions of dollars wor.Ti ok foreign aoous beyond tho quantity during tho samo time in 1840, therevenue is re duced; and second, that notwithstanding tlio ex traordinary demand for broadstuffs in Europe, tho increase of our exports is more than onk th...

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. — 20 May 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 20, 1847. llcligtcms. New Yoiik Uelioioos ANNivEasAmn. The American Seaman's Friend Society held its anniversary on Mondny. Tho receipts Tor the year havo exceeded 17,500; which have been expended in sustaining chaplains along tlio Atlantic cities and in foreign ports, and other vise furnishing religious Instruction to sailors, llcsldcs which, largo, sums havo been expended by auxiliaries, for local subjects. The American liaplisl Jiible Society hold Its anniversary on Tuesday forenoon. Its annual receipts wero $31,7U'J0I; n large portion of which had been appropriated for liiblo distribu tion in vnrioui languages of foreign countries. In tho courso of tho evening, among other inter esting speakers, tho Rev. E. Lathrop, of N. Y., said, cs reported in tho Commercial: "The world, as far ns the Bible is withheld from it, must suffer in this lifo and in tho world to come. Tho great question is: What do the Bigns of the times require of us ? An e...

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. — 20 May 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 20, 1847. I. aVgvicitltiival. TO WOOL GROWERS. Numerous liberal minded persons in terested in the wool business, having placed iunds nt our disposal for tho pur pose herein after mentioned, wo shall on tho first day of October next, award and pay tho following premiums, to wit: 'i'o Gold Medals, worth ten dol lars each for tho ten entire clips of most vnlunblo fleeces for clothing purposes ten Gold Medals worth ten dollars each for the ten entire clips of the most val uable fleeces for combing or worsted purposes ton premiums of ten dollars cncli for the ten bust conditioned entire clips of Saxony Wool ten premiums of the same amount for the ten best condi tioned entire clips of Merino Wool ten premiums of same amount for tho ton best conditio'- ' entire clips of Me rino urndo Wool- -ten premiums of same amount for tl in best condition ed enliro clips for cot.'bing fleeces. All Wool-Growers throughout the United States arc invited to compete...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 May 1847

. . j , BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 28. WHOLE NO. 2119. itfatcljman & 0tntc journal. rUHMSItDD EVEKV TIIUnSD.VY MOIININU. TERMS $1 SO emli In advance) i'00 if payment ii not made In advance ) Intcrcat always charged Horn the end of the jeer. , OtlATUlTOUS AUVr.llTISINCI. The underalsnd finding that the public am making unreA l aonahle demandf upon their i-olumna by the way of gratuitous advertisement., feel compelled lo enter Into the following a greemcnt 1 lit. Tor all relicts trkatntr, uiually puhllihcd gratultouily, vro vrlll charge one-half the usual prico of tidvcrtlieinrnt.. 2d for obituary notice., rxcoedlng the ilmplo announce ment of the death, wo will charge tho aimo price. K. I". WALTON & SONS, rubliahcrt of tkt ll'alrkman and Journal J63GHI POLAND, rublithtr tif tk Prerman. EASTMAN & DANFOHTJI, PM'ukert ef the Patriot, Montpeller, Dec. 1610. Ipoctrn. SUNSET IN ARKANSAS. nY ALBERT TIKE. SvniET Again. Behind tho...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 May 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 27, 1847. iUattljmmt & totc3fouvnaL jl iTTavavi'ox, j it., r.iHTon. JUoiiliiellcr, Thursday, Muy 7. FOR THE FARMERS. On our foutth pagb wo lmvc published tlio firU letter in a very interesting series, fur tho benefit of tho, Wool-Growcrs. Tho wri'.crhas evidently bestowed much labor upon tho subject, ond nbounds in interesting and important facte. Wo shall publish tho whole, four letters in all. By tho way, tlio Wool-Growers of Addison County havo established a Wool Depot at Shore ham, under tho care of tho agent of tho Kinder hook Depot. Tho attention of farmers is also invited to tlio letter of Mr. Hudson of Mass. on tho Wheat trade. Ho too is a man of facts, and among tho eminent advocates of Protection in Congress, few havo been moro efficient than him. RAILROADS. Northern (N. II.) Railroad. Tho second annual report of tho Dircclora to tho stockhold ers presents a very satisfactory account of the progress and prospects of this road, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 May 1847

t VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 27, 1847. ttcltgtouo. Joiieion Missions. Tho Jlmericnit Hoard hold a very interesting public mooting In Nuw York on Friday. From tlio statements made, it npnenrci) that the Society liml now under ilsearo ISO different mission Btntions, with upwnrds of ouu laoorers; that li'4 had none lorlli during iho year, and that twenty more wero ready soon to ucpan ior loreign Holds. Despotism. According to n recent net of me bmpcror Nicholas, as puulislifld In a at. i'o tersbiiryli Journal, any person abjuring tho Gro' cr-Russian Itelicion is tobonlaccd at thodisno- sal of tlio ecclesiastical authorities, his property confiscated, anil it no uocs not re enter 1111 ea tabliKhcd church within rt given period, is to bo confined for lire. Any individual who should ad vise another to abjure the tenents or that roli gion shall forfait uli his perogatives and civil rights, and bo banished forever to Western Sibe ria, i'ersons preaching or publishing doctrine...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 May 1847

Vermont Watchman & state journal, may 27, 1847. agricultural. TO WOOIi-UKUWJfciKB. NO. I. AORICULTUIIAL ROOMS, ) Albany, May 25th. J. M. Sherwood, President of the JV i Y. State Agricultural Society. Mv nltontinn lins linen drawn to the letter of Hamilton Gay, Ksq., of Now York, addressed to the editors of the Journal of Commerce, and published by them on tho 2 1st. To tho Wool-growers of Ncw:York this letter is ono of deep interest, and should bo extensively circulated. Mr. Gay, at great personal und pecuniary sacrifices, has rendered manifest those obstacles which stand in the way of a profitable exportation of American wool. Our obligations to him arc by no means trivial, for civint: notoriety to facts, which show most conclusively, that it is in the powor of the American wool-grow-cr so to extend tho market for his staple as to civo it a healthy and a reasonable activity, thus securing to present prices a steadiness nnu permanency, which they are not otherwise likely to rece...

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

?, IHS . M . Ill ttii L'l . HI El Ull m , MLjmL f1 Ml . EL m7 fcfcKl JmIv IKS. II VjII'I KJLj M. U&V iaaBfc,V KV Ul J it, Ka JIW mVJ WW IHJKf W;JW.mJ nts Ml KLKI t . BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 29. WHOLE NO. 2120. iDatcijmmt & 0tatc journal. ruDi.isncD r.vcnv tiiohsday mousing. TnilMS 81 SO cnih In ndvinco) $3 00 If payment I not made In advanco ) lnteroat alwayi charged from the end of tbejear. ouatuitol's AnvnnTisiNo. The undoriijrnpd llniHnjr lltnt Iho public aio making unrea .aonable demanda upon their column, by Iho way of rrelultoui advertisement!, feel compelled to enter Into the following a- lit. Tor all notitta vhatntr, u.ually published cratultouily. we will chergo one-naif tho uiual prieo of ailvertliemcnti. 3d Forobituaiy notice., execetting Iho simple onnounre. merit of the death, wo will choree the- urns price. ' l SV H'Al.TnM it HONS. Puil'uhm tit tlie It althman nni Journal. JOSEPH FOl.AND, rubluhcr r tk Frrrm...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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