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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 September 1844

V ni i 1 iti i t 11 din s iii 11 nr r r WOT THE GLORY Or C J23 S A II BUT TUB W H L T A R E OT ROME tranryr,yf.wM'W-.l?trMgaw aTEi-tnng7HiacgEajiis; BY II. JJ. STACY. J II II L I N G T 0 N , V E II M 0 N T, F It I D A Y, S E P T EMU E II M, l Mi. VOL. XVIJI..No. NEW STORE. TIIM -ul-cri1 er would inform hi Iricud- nnl the public that I10 ha jnt cpened a tiloro on Iho comer of Ch'iicli niul ll.ink street-, opposite Iho old Hank, whore hi! will nil Omul n cheap a- llicyc-an bo liuiiulil cNcwhere? embracing a small stock ol DRY UUODS, aivl a General nnrtiiii-iit of FAMILY OROn-'lllf?-. Plc.iie oa'l and look leloro l.utiiii i-l-cwlierc. KLOOIf ami SALT, by llie barrel, or in lo qnnn titf. 1 -lull mil be undersold by inv ncidibors. Jmif 7,'ll. 1 X. W. HARK' NOTICE.. aMin subscriber has remotcd Ins Office nvcr . Strongs & Co's store, norlb of the Court House D. A SMILLKY. tlurlington, Sept. 5, 1814. 14 tf Si:i:D KYK, for sale by II. W. CATI.1N. 4th Sept., 1814. 14 FKENCII AND ENGLISH D...

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. — 20 September 1844

5 'griSSW NATIONAL WHIG TICKS T. FOR PRESIDENT, or KN.S'TUCKY. FOR VICeTrESIDENT, THE!). Fit KUNflHUVSEX, of xiurjniisiiY. ro.i Ktcciona, .tnimnui ii. iiAUitis, ., , .lUIIN I'i: IC. largo. 1st. dm. CALVIN TOWNSI.KY, : i cuti.os cooliuge, 2; dist. Ill N.t.WIIN SWIFT. tut. i::t.sTu.s fuiuianks. VERMONT & MASSACHUSETTS RAIL-KOAJ). Letters to linn. Tlios. II. Perkins, or lloston. Leitkk I. Sin: TI10 interest you have marifestrd in the yieat rnlcririj of connecting vniir city with the .V. iti' of Vermont. Iiv 11 Railroad, ns euuecd by the Tl.it 1 piViii 111 ih.j mi i!m '20 1 1 , in nil tint outer I nsc, ha in 'need me to ntiuiiit in lay Wore you ..inn faela nnil ctiii'iili-intioiiM. which will. I tiusi, 'hit VMir cunillence in tint measure ii nm 'Hisplitcd. lining been ,im.nvh.it familiar with ) h i'v "t iliilrnid m litis (, ii,inwf.iltli,ini,l lm. nj rtiviwn Iho character of the cases tin- ilil): n-iii ru pint - wye ,,l,,. 10 tint, ,. .. wlirn rhpy have o it 11 ej their c 1 trt.'ri,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 September 1844

I enumerated In the Decalogue. I laugli at the etraltrhti to which my opponents are driven. Tlmy ts to he pitied. Shrinking from all the lititKrs. arising out of the great questions of na tional policy, which have hi'lierto divided tlic country, tlioy have no other rcfuon left, hut in personal abuse, detraction, ami dufaniarioii. I iiavn lived down those attack heretofore, and with the blessing of Providence, I hope to sur. , vive those which are now directing against inn. Most certainly my surprise at the attempt to make me out a friend of free cade with foreign countries, and an opponent of the Protective policy, ought to he greater than that of my com petitor at the effort to establish his friendship to the Protective policv. tmain, always truly and faithfully, Your frieml, II. CLAY. ( i. M. CtAfToy. Ksq. COMMUNICATION. Mi. Stacy,-I feel ihat 1 cannot well fotbear, amidst tne congratulation which pass between lis Whigs on the auspicious result of the late dcctlon in this Stale, t...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 September 1844

Ci li I! AT ENGLISH REMEDY l'OH COUGHS. CMt,l)-i. ATILIA, AM) CONSUMPTION 1 rpill! GREAT AM) OM.V REMEDY fur Cold-, L I o ighs. A lliitt.i, mi I CONSlMPTION, i the IIFNOvRIAN BALSAM OF LIFE, di.coieie.il y tlii- ode' rated Hr. B irhui, nf Lou cm, England, uud mind ntil tutu theUuurl S: He- under the iiiiinedialc Sllpl'rill t'll'l lllce I f llll! IllVl'lltcr. T lie rxlr itin'iiinry sneir.s of ibis medicine, in llic euro ol Piitmniiiry'di c.t c.-, wurr.tn's llie Atiicricun A':rnt in .solieuing f 'i-rmlmcMi ilie WORST POSSIBLE- CASKS I Iml r.in I c found in the coininniiiiy M cs lint -eel; relief in vain from nny ol'tlia emu. iiitm reinel e nl the die. mi I li ivo I ivn giien up I v lliemii.trli-liirj u In' I Phy i.-nn-, n- CONFIRMED AND IN1 lillA RLE. Tde Mi ugurinn Balsam has r.itrd mt I will cm: the most ill sper.ife of ruses, ll i le quick no tiuiii, I nl n -milliard I'lili li med icine. ( I'iiiMi'vii iiml ct.11 h-lic 1 cilionov. Every fru Iv jn i In- Uiiilol Sfn'os ln.nl I In) s t...

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. — 27 September 1844

fstm NOT THE GLORY BY II. 13. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, F R I D A Y. SEPT E M B E R 27, IR-M. VOL. XVIIIX. 17. op czasAn but Tixn welfare or roots N. York Adv'ts. REMOVAL. WILLIAM PATR1DGE $ SON, iMrnnTF.n', MtNurACTtmr.ns axp nr.Air.ns in DYE-WOODS. ACIDS, DYE-STUFFS. &C. &C. IIAVF. HF.MOVF.D FROM 34 TO 27 CLIFF STREET, Near Fulton, Xetc-Yoik. mitRV have run tnn'lv in haul mil fnr sate nn J extoii-lve u-ortmenl of ilie .l Vi article-, nil of whtch arc" lercl nn necouiininutuii; terms, aim writ ran'ml to lo of llie be-l q nlitv. 10 AMERICAN MUSEUM. New York Cltyl. T. Itanium Proprietor. THIS Miieum hn G -plen 'nl liall ovit 100 feel in lengdi, containing upwards ol".K)O,O00 curt oilv fr"in crry pnrltoti c if tl.e O'ot e. Here are Heists, limns, llr.PTli.r.-, Insects, Fish , tec. Ac, of every species nml Muds evir i.nown or heard (if. A (inAND Cosjmoiiam.. containing t-caiilifiil views of ancient and modern cities, natural scenery, midoiiI istil views, ipr. A largo nnmlier ...

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. — 27 September 1844

Ci- '' 'J V & 6" 1 t . i J 5 ; rj J ii I m SJ (i! ' x. "toi tox J '- -r -z. FOR rill'.SIDRN'r, Of KEXrtJCh'V. VOit VHUjTIlRSIDR.N'r, Til 'HEO. FiUJL.XfilllJYSE.V, r.n tir.cTons, jnnrcniAU ti. haiikis, ) ., ,, john it. k. Al '"Jo in. 1 st. r.U.VIX TOVVV-i! t:v, 2d dit C'Utl OS fOOMHRU. 31 dit I!' NIW1IX SWIFT. 4th diet lriVSl'US I'AIKUAXKS. WEBSTER'S SPEECH; Aii.'io 32 n.;. Convolution, in tlo-ilois, on BOtti hist. Mr. Wr.uw.n, tho 'resident of tlin d iy, tlii'll (.Kile i'lirivritil nml whs received with till ,'e III' H'tV 'ilMtllW glxi S I'lDillfil , I'!' clli'i'i s, .i, -HI I mill " llireo more, vlinii tin) greeting ioUt ns lollows : ' lbs of ATass-ichiisi't' i! 's, Winds nl llii' thn bw of our -i onneiion cans". n n ioi'I'mi. .mr itU-cnmi lor t'l" mstiliiii ins nf o 'r ni'iirv -- r which uelivo and ri(l"ip.and . c in i'o cf ir the preservation "of these instim '..it'i an I fts iti- r i ti ii'iitr of ilic jrcat interests uf ' aouni.imin I Me lrmii h t in hoio tn-dav. ! h"h,ii.,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 September 1844

ass. New Croods ! II. W. CATLIN, 13 KSPF.CTFULLY calls the attention ofim-clm XV scr.s !o Ills new ami extensive asorrment of rail Dry Goods ntvl Dry Groceries, just received ni his imo, Strong ' Building, neatly iippo-tle J, it .1. II. Peek .V Co., among w htcn may I e found CLOAK, uigsss, an.l t Aiuv uuuua, co'tipri-iiigi Rich Dre.s Silks, Calicoes, 8,000 Van's Klelt Shawls, Velvet-, Crape-, I)ouila2iiic.", Merino-, Alpnccas, Oa-h, I)e Lalne, Uah De Ivco-sc, Hepp. Cashmere, Mis lie Lai tics, Kick Lustre-, Gingham, very rich styles, Victoria Plaid, Atlghan Satin, Ilo-icry, Glove-, Handkerchief, Cambrics, Mii-lin-, Cravat, Gimp nnd Fringe, Persian PlaiJs. ALSO A larco assortment of line and supcrfir.c ffOHL CAUl'UTINlisJ, sumo choice pattern', and very 'w. . . . Ijliicn Goortq. 3-4, 0-1, 7-1, and 8-1 Damask Diaper, Sheet ings, Shirting Linens, of the mot approve! f.iliric and lint li, Iroin veiy low to nperfino lor collar B 8, 3-1 nn I 7-8 Nn kins, while and colored ,'aitia-l; Doyle...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 September 1844

W com X3wA C.I IP. AT ENGLISH REMEDY FOH COUGHS. CMIiUS, A-TIIJIA, AM) t'oNsimm'io1 1 TUP. OR EAT AND ONLY REMEDY I' rC. 1 1-, Co tilts. A-thma, nti I CONSUMPT ON, I- iho Hl'NOMtlAN HAI.SA.M OK L1FI, di-i 'mete 1 hy the eel'!1 ruled IT. Ha-haii, of Lai on, I iislan.l. nn.l inlritl'ii'eil inio the t'nne I Sate, under the iinmcJ,,tif tinerin cu I nice i f the invcnti r. Tin- I'M ranr 'uiirv s ice nf this medicine, in I tic fire nl I '. I'.on vi i !. cn o-, v.'nn.in's lln- Aini-Tii nti Aoe.nl in h ' m f r teal ,t'"H the WORST POS SIBLE CASl S ihv r.'.n 'ft mid in the coniiiiiiiiny ;atcs llinl si, re ii1 in v.t n from any nl'tlio com mon rente 1 e. o: 'he di . an i Invo I ecu eitonoplv the mot ill Im 4 i ltd Phv-i'inn-, a-CONFIRMED AND INl I."iA 111,1'., The IbiiuniMti Ikilsmi hn c,ireJ an I will cue the mo-it ilrperali- nl'm-i's. It i no ntia'!; no- rum, I nt 1 -Inn Inr I I'm ll li med icine, cf known an ! r 'a li-he I ft!'1 i"V. Evcrv lu'u If in ll.r U n lo I S'tc-. -li ul l I o s im ...

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. — 4 October 1844

Tit J NOT THE G L O n T OF 0 ) S A R DOT TBI W B L f A B B OF ROME BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, V ERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1844. VOL. XVIH....X". is. N. York Adv'ts. BOWBN &MCNAMEE, 1G WILLIAM STREET, Ccorncr of Ucavcr Street, New-York, RKSl'ECTI'UIiI.Y amiounccthat they have made extensive arrangements for the Full Trnilo, which will enable llicm to present gtcater inducements than ever to merchants tlirouiiliout the United Stales to visit this matket tlio present season, for the pur chase of SILK AND FANCY GOODS. They have already received by lalo arrivals, a area! variety of new and rich ponds, and will nlso receive by the next Packets and Steamers, an assortment of the latest and niot beautiful style of French, Ocr man, Italian, and Knelish l-'ncy Goods ever olh'rccl in this tnatkctj samplesof which are now cxmbitra j and it is their determination, as heretofore, not only to bo constantly supplied with a complete assortment adapted to all sections nf the country, but to pr...

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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. — 4 October 1844

NATIONAL WHIG ticket. FOIt PUKSIDHNT, H or KH.WUCKY. foii vicr. l'mwinr.NT, T1IE0. FREUXttllUVSEN, or xi:wji:iishy. ron ELncrons, JKDKniMI II. HAUKIS, ... JOHN 1'IVIC, 5 At largo, l.t. ihil. (JAt.Vl.V T(W.-.,i;y 2,1 dial. CAIU.OS COOI.IDfii:. 3.1 tlil. 1 1 IN JAM IN KWIIT, -lllulist. KilAS I'US tUIIUUNKS. the surplus revenue amounting lo from ten to fifteen millions ler annum, tirndilrn.l liv llir, PrnlcrlivpTnrin of 1821 nml 1823, was approp iated lo the extinguish- mini my icvuiuiionirv nnn inio war ucins, wiucti were finally discharged in 1832, wlicn (intcrnnl im provements having hern orrestod liv (ho veto power) ibis surplus was furred hack upon llic treasury nml n riuui iiun oi me lanu rcnucreu inevitable. ,nr. rout and Ins parly went for an Immediate reduction, nml cunsiquently the. total destruction of American man' ufacturcs, which Mr ('lav prevented, savs Mr. Polk, hyn Mimtly compromise." As the tnriirwcnt down, inocnimiry, wont noun with (I, till 1BII, when the Willi! rol...

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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. — 4 October 1844

1 ., CI . k- .III 4$ m4--Li Sir?- V. j'Trwfi LIST OF PREMIUMS Awarded by the Chittenden County Agri cultural Society, at the Annaal Fair holdcn at liurlington, on the U5th Scjt tcmbcr, 1814. ox noitsns. To Uzal Picrson, for best stallion, over ihrco years did, e." 00 Alfred Allen, 2il best do, 3 00 N. 11. I'l.inii.iL'nn, best do. 2 yrs. old, 3,f0 Jonas Cliillcuden, for be-t I rood marc, 4,00 Ransom rcc, 2d bcsl do, 2,00 Lemuel II. Plait, for best 3 year old coll, 4,00 Moes Itiilcs, 2d best do, 3,00 l-cvi Whitconih, best colt under 3 years old. 2.00 Theodore Cntlm, 2d best do, 1,00 Avery Meccli, best sucking coll, 2.00 Udney II. Pcnniuinn, 2d best, 1,00 ON CATTI,I3. To Edmund Whitney, for best bull, over 2 yrs. pld and upwards, 55 00 David Reed, 2d best do, - 3,00 James S. Blum, for best yearling bull, .1,00 Orson Goodrich. 2d bc-t do. 2.00 Tiunvin Cliitlc tden, best bull calf, 2,00 John C. Griffin, 2d best do, 1.00 Lyman Hall, best cow, 4 00 uavid I iced, a I Licst do, 2.00 Truman C...

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. — 4 October 1844

R II RAT English remedy l'OH COUGHS. Cul,lS. AM'IIMA, AND CONSUMPTION ! THE GREAT AND ONLY REMEDY for Cold, Coughs, A-lluna, nil-1 CONSUMPTION, ithe HUNGARIAN BALSAM Oh' LIFE, di-oovercdby the celebrated I'r. Hiichan, of London, England, nnd introduced into die Untie I State under the iinmedinte Miporinendance of ilio inventor. The extraordinary ucee. of lliis nieilu'int', in tlie rare of Pulmonary di-ca-c, warrants (In1 American Ascnt in soliciting fur 'icatincnt Ihe WORST POS SIBLE CASKS lliat can lo found in ihe enmmuuity cncg llial seek- rc'icf in vain from any of the com mon rente Ins o( Iho il iv. and have I ecu given up hv thenm-tili-tinum he I Phv i'ian,u CONFIRMED AND INCURABLE. The Hungarian Balsam lias cured an I will eirctho most desperate nf cases. It i no quack mi-itmn, Imi a lan iard Enclish med icine, of known and c-lnl li-hc-1 etllcacv. Every I'nnnlv in ihe Unite I Simo should lesup l'o J willi lliichan'i H i im-m in 11 ll.ll-n.n of Life, not only locounteract the c...

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. — 11 October 1844

NOT T II D GZ.OKV OP 0 IB S A It CUT T II S WELFARE OP HOME BY II. B. STACY. N. York Adr'ts. LATE AltltlVALS OF NKW FALL & WINTER GOODS Gentlemen's Furnishing Estab lishment whnlcsalc nml retail. JOHN itt. DAVIKS&. JONGS. 10G WILLIAM STREET, (CORNF.ll OK JOHN S 1'KEKT,) NKW-YORK, "IT KSPKCTKUM.Ynnnomicellnl llicy hair untie .LI. iic i cxtensivo arrangements lur limr ran Trade, lhal they are enabled la present greater in ilurcmenia ihan over to merchants visitina Mi's mar ket tho present season for tho iurchn! of Goods lis incir siock is iiiaiiuy 01 uii;ii uu imj'ui lunuu ui Plain and figured Black Satin Ariniires, Corded, Baraihea, fancy nnd'colnicd Sntim of entire new patterns j Silk nml Mnhnir, figured mil nlain i Plain ltlack Italian and Corded Cravats, all sizes and qitali- ,ics ncr-ir.RY. Silk, Merino, Angola, Woolen and Cotton Iloso and Half Hose. GLOVFs". Merino, Cashmere, Woolen, Berlin and Chamois lined Cassimere, Huck Beaver and KiJ. .U?PF.NIEltS: Silk and Cotton l...

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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. — 11 October 1844

V K4' NATIONAL WHIG TICKET. FOR PKI.SH)I.NT, HENRY C&iLY. OP KliSVUCKY. FOR VICkImIIWIDKiVT, Til GO. PIlHLINttHUVSBN, or xt:u'Ji-:nsjy. I'Otl Kt.CCTOtlS. .tnouoi.vii II. IIAIMIS, i .. ..,. JOHN IT.CK-, M l!,rs' 11. dist. CALVIN TOWNI.KV, ai din. caiilih coot.inoi:, 31 ilist. Ill NJAMIN SWIIT, slhdUl. UllASTUS I'AlltllANKS. LETT BUS FROM MR. CLAY. Abiit.ANO, Sept. 23, 1914. Tii i Editor of t!t Xatiunal Intelligencer i IIknti.kmgn : -unco mv nomination nl lla'timoro m May hist, hy ihe Whig Convention, ns a candidate fur the officu of I're idclit of IheUtiittd t-lnUs, I have received nnny lelt'ls prnpi muling to me questions on public nfl'urs, and olio rs nny have been addles ed to me wliii h I neicr re cived. To most of thus e which havui aclied ine, 1 liaiu n plied ! hut sonic I luitie ".tit, because cillur the mlj-i Is of which they trealel were such its tint, in rtpii t of tlivnutry opinions, I thought, had beens illicitnllv promulgi t.'J or that they did mil possess, in invjiu...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 October 1844

YOUNG LION OF THE WEST AROUSM)! "MONSTEll MEETING" AT ROCHESTER. One Hundred Thousand People Assembled at Uacliestcr! The glories of 1840 ore rclipsutl 1 Tlio great gathering nt Hunker Hill, on Uostun Common, in tlio city of Dutliniorc, liavo ceased to bo objects of wondering specula tion t Tlio various mass meetings held in every quarter of tlio Union during tlio Inst six months, largo in numbers, imposing in appearance and enthusiastic in feeling as they all have been, sink into iiijigiificnnco when compared with the overwhelming pop ular demonstration of which Rochester has bcon the scene. Tlio great meeting held in Albany on tlio 27tli of August, which aston ished us nil so much by its unexpected mag nitude, was but a small fraction of tlio gathering there. New York has seen nothing that could approach this glori ous rally of tlio Young Guam). Tlio Uni on lias never looked upon its like! Tho mighty gathering at Rochester pro claims the west aroused and marshalled for tho fight, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 October 1844

N. York Adv'ts. SILK. GOODS. BO WEN &MrNAMEE, lfi WILLI A iM STKliUT, ' Ccorncr of Heaver Street, Now-Yorlr, 1y K.SI'F.CTFIILLV niinniinrcili 11 ihcv Itnee mnilr V extensile arriingciiipiils for the Full Trade, liicli will enable llieni Id nresciil gtcnler inducements Minn rypr to tnerphauts 1 nnmalintit the Fnitcd States to visit this innthct tlic pri suit season, for the pur chase of SILK AND I'ANCY GOODS. ThfV hnv already Nveivril hy late nrrivnl, n grmi v.irii'lv nf new mill tirli gmuls, timl will also r e liy tlin next Pnckcts nncl Simmers, nn nnritiipiil (if the latest mid inol beautiful -Ivies nf Frmrh. tier linn, llnliin, nnd F.nsr'isli Fmic'v (linds cm r offered in this, mullet; simple of ehii li nte now exhibited nnil it is their ileicrniinntinn. ns heretofore, nut only to lio con'lantly supplied with n enmpleli' ns-orltncnt niliplcil to nil sections nf the nitintf v, lint to pii'srnt tin1 nuritl an I most desirahle lvlr, suited to the city or most fislii iinbte trnilc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 October 1844

rote NOT THE GLOllTf OP O 23 S A n DVT TUB WELFARE OF ROME BY II. II. STACY. From tlio Southern Literary Messenger MAY BAY. A VILLAM TAtX, rOUNDHD ON TACT. On ! I am so glad, I am so glad !' ex claimed Lucy Ashly,n lovely, blooming cirl, willi groal animation ; I am so glud to-morrow is the first of May !' indeed,' said Harriet Love, tlio rldost of a little coterie of boarding misses, pettish ly, ' I don't earn about it wo shall liavo no coronation, and so I don't care. I wondor why Mr. Thornton didn't let us have one. You know how delightful it w.is last year. Mary Harris was Queen how beautiful slio looked, and I was ono of tlio maids of hon or.' Who besides?' inquired Lucy Ashly. Tbero was myself Oh 1' said tlio little group laughing, 1 you bavo counted yourself.' Well, I'll begin with Susan Jones.' ' How many wcro there V said Lucy Ashly. Thero wcro eight; let mo seo : Susan Jones was ono,' at tho samo timo pressing her thumb, successively, on each finger, with j a corresponding...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 October 1844

taken by llio louder In conceal, and which the borrower, in llio agony of hi nocossily, is wil. ling should lie c.nnccalod. D.ics not consisten cy nf legislation suggest llm propriety of wilier repealing llio law in ipicstioft or authorizing its enforcement by process united to llio cue, and indispensable In give llm l.iw ulfocl 1 'I'o ilo this by llit; process sui-gctud, would scum lu lie linblu to no valid nlij ction. Tins in a snbjce.l ofinncli general importance. The manifest tendency of tin; practice of evad ing unlawful interest I?, in llio first place, to lie get a contempt of tin: law, and sli.llpeu iitgonu. ily fur ils evasion, t lie general tendency of w lucb is extremely purnic.iuiis, hut, in t ho second place, and mainlv, to increase e.vistiiiir inequal ities in the condition of lliu ponjile, to make Ibc rich richer, and the poor poorer ; to leave the necessitous to become the victim of the temptation to borrow on Inns credit, upon an interest which st-flnni falls to com...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 October 1844

But now tlio end ofllicso tilings is conic Tlio solemn ii ml emphatic rc-ilurnlinn liy Mr Clay of tlio sentiments of his Knlcigti letter, Ills stilt more emphatic declaration of oppo sition to annexation, and his insertion that his two suhsrcpient letters worn hased upon nnd had referenre to that letter, and were in no wiso intended to controvert or depart from tlio doctrines there maintained, must ho re garded os settling conclusively this point) about which it is only Locnfocos who havo ever had or pretended to havo tiny devcrsi ty of opinion. Mr. Clay is firmly nnd de cidedly opposed to tho annexation of Texas to this Union, nttd nil ho intended by his two letters which have been so much falsified nnd perverted was, that in caso of tho possible and rcmolo removal of tho conditions, which lio interposed to his nssont, hut which ho did Hot expect to sco removed, he would not op poso his will to the general desire of the Uni on, and tho demands of national welfuro nnd prosperity. He...

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. — 18 October 1844

IS. York Adv'ts. SILK OOODS." BOWEN &MCNAMEE, If. WILLIAM STKE13T, 7 Crnrncr of Heaver Street, Nrw-York, r KSPKOTFUL1.Y nntiouiirc llnl thcv have made i extensive arrangement-! for the Fall Trnde, w hirli will ennblo ihcin to present gtenlcr inducements limn tycr to merchants lliroiisliotit tho United States to visit Tins luntkct tho present season, for tlio pur chase or SILK AND FANCY GOODS. They linvo already received liy lalo arrivals, n grra, variety of new rend rich fronds, and will also rreeito by tho next Packets it ml Steamers, an assortment of the latest and lnot beautiful style of Fruich, Her man, Italian, and Hnc!ih Tiney Goods ever nll'ercd in this tnaiket t samples of which arc now rMiihitr-d and it is their determination, as heretofore, not only to bo constantly supplied willi a complete assortment adapted to nil sections of the country, btitto present tho nteef an I must desirable si vies, suited to the city or moat fashionable Iradc. Their stoik will be composed ...

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