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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 3 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 3, 1847. iUatcljmmt & 0tatc journal. 13. 1. WAl.TON, JTK,, ElMTOH. Itloutpdicr, ThMrsiliiy, June 3. STATE CONVENTION, Tho Whigs of Vormont nro invited to moot in Stato Convention 'by dolcgatos, at Montpe I.1EH, ON WEDNESDAY, TUB 7tII PAT OF JULY r,XT, at 10 o'clock, A.M., for tlio purposo of nominating a ticket for Stoto officers, nnd taking all other measured necessary preparatory for tho next election. HARPY BRADLEY, ANDREW TRACY, E. P. WALTON, Jn., SOLOMON FOOT, A. L. MINER, GEO. V. COLLAMER, ELIJAH CLEVELAND, Juno 2, 1847. Stato Central Committee. ORANGE COUNTY WHIG CON VENTION. The Whigs of Orango County aro respectful )y invited to attend a County Convention at Chcl sen, on tho IGth day of June, 1847, at 10 o'clock- forenoon, to nominato candidates for County Senators, and organice lor tho approaching e- lection. CARLOS CARPENTER,) ELIZUR II. FOSTER, SCo.Gom. GEORGE FRICHARD, ) June J, 1847. PRESIDENTIAL. Gen. Taylor has written a...

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

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL; JUNE 3, 1847. Oll)tp0 mitt Qllippmgs. fi"?" Jiuncs G. llirncv lins left llio Liberty tiartv anrl trnna fur fntnlil!eMnir n new hnrtv. nn tliu basil pnpoed by William (Joodcll and otli- ore, viz. iret) irnue, opposition to secret Bncicues, &c. Tlio National Era anys, tlint " Mr. llirnoy, o prcsinnc, will be Iho I'rusidcnlinl cnmliilnio of tlio new party." What will the Kuiancipator uy eiMwell courier. Favored Oiume. Ono species of crime seoms to he looked upon with peculiar lenity by tne f resident, and tint u tlio very crime must deles table and ubhorrunt to nil the feelingd ol liuinan Itv. Wo Hlltidc to tlio Jllrkan Slant Trmlt.- 1'lircc pcruons guilty ol'thia crime lnu'ejnsl been pardoned, and no doubt thcru aro oilier imrdoiM which havo not become piililic. 'I'ako notice: llo ho liKpu a vyllauluairaliiat my war, says, Mr. Polk, oujrlil to be liunir, drawn and nunrlerotl an n traitor ; but he uliu steals his fellow men and sulijecls tlicm ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 3 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 3, 1847. 2lcjricultui'ttl. TO WOOL-GROWERS. NO. II, AonicuLTUiiAL, Rooms, Albany, May 25th. J. M. Sherwood, President of the N. 1'. State Agricultural Society. Dear Sir : In my last I slated that many farmers "vcro in hot hosto to change the character of their flocks. Inquiries much extended since tho letter was written, show that tho change is going on quite as rapidly as had been an ticipated. ( Allow mo, therefore, to titter a word of caution 6n that subject. It is surely evident iiidt (lie manufacturers require varieties df wool lor their purpose ; 'fine ns well as coarse, long stapled as wcll'ns short. Absurd then it is for 'farmer's to disrc gard this fact, and rush hurriedly into production ofomy otic kind of wool. They must exercise a wiso foresight in in determining what aro likely to be the future demands of the wool lhnr- " &ct and cautiously pursue a correspond me course. Ilastv and inconsiderate : changes will work dvils bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 June 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1817. VOL. XLI, NO. 30.- WHOLE NO. 2121. lUatdjmciu & State journal. runusnni) kveiiy Thursday mounino. TP.riMfl-t!50 cnih In ndvnncnt SJ00 If payment Is not made In advance) Intercei always charged from the end or the jear. URATUITOUS AI)Vi:UTI8!NG. Tlir un'lcmijn"(l t'tmHnj llit the puMlc et mnUnjr vntrA inniiMe demand upon thlr u1umnt by the wiy of gratuitmii tdrcttliemcnl, led compelled 10 cnicr mho ma lUMumug ereoment l ... lit. For all notice whatever, imnlty puhlnhed jfrntuttously, we will i.harjio ono-lmlf the uuM price of udverlicrnent. 2d Forohituity notice exceeding tlio lntplo announce rncnf of tlie (loath, wo will chnrjro the ime price. 13. P. W AUTOS &. PONS, Publisher vf tkf Itntchmon and Journal JOSEPH POLAND, FuhlUhcr f ih Freeman. EASTMAN At DANFORTH, rbtihtrs of the ratriot, Montpetter, Dec. 18 IG. A DREAM OF SUMMER. BY JOHN O. WIUTTIER. Bland a the morning breath of Juno The Southwest brtezci piny...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 10, 1817. lUrttcljmnn & tatc Sfounml. K. IN iVAIiTON, JIt, KIHTOlt. Montpclicr, Tluirstlny, dUuic 10. STATE CONVENTION. Tho Whigs of Vermont arc invited to meet in Stnto Convention by delegates, nt MoscrrE iiF.n, on Wednisdxy, the 7th iiatof Julv next, at 10 o'clock, A.M., for tlio purposo of nominating a ticket for State officers, and taking all other measured necessary preparatory for tlio next election. HARRY BRADLEY, ' ANDREW TRACY, K. P. WALTON, Jti., Stato SOLO.MON FOOT, V Central A. L. MINER, Commitlec. GEO. V. COLLAMER, ELIJAH CLEVELAND,. Juno 2, 1817. ORANGE COUNTY WHIG CON VENTION. The Whigs or Orango County nro respectful ly invited to attend a County Convention at Chel sea, on tho IGlh day of June, 1817, ut lOo'clock forenoon, to nominnto candidates for County Senators, and organiso for tho approaching e leclion. CARLOS CARPENTER, ) EL1S5UR II. FOSTER, Co. Com. GEORGE PRICIIARD, 5 June 1, 1847. Essex County Convention. Tho W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 10, 1847. ilcltcjiouo. Repotted for Uio notion Courier OUR COUNTRY. Hcv. Dr. TJuslineil of Horlfon! delivered a dis course in bchnl!' of Home Missons, on Sabbntli evening, In Mount Vernon street Church. Di. Buehiicll remarked llint tt:o nroplict Rlicah's his tory afforded I'ond illustration of tho perils in volved in emigration and tho establishment of new social inc. lie is irigntenen ni nis impiciy, having stolen from his own mother; but ho con fosses nnd is pardoned. She rewards her son's poliitcnco by converting tho restored money Into a molten image, and a strolling mendicant Lc vito is hired for a priest. Religion to him con Ristcd in lino silver gods and a priest in regular succession. Emigration induces a tendency to religious decline nnd nn approximation towards bnrbarism, and will sink to it unless prevented by extraor dinary efforts in behalf of education nnd Ulblo religion. These must pass out with emigrants to nature's wilds, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 10, 1847. OVgrkttlluvaL TO WOOL-GROWERS. NO. lit. AomcutvruiUL. Rooms, ) Allan , June 4tl, 184G. J J. M. SiiEtuvooD, President of the JV'. 1'. Slate Agrk.dmral Society. Deaii Sm : From llio fants nnd nr guincnts of my Inst Icttur, it would seem certain tlmt tlioro must bo crenled, cilh cr by arrangement or by the force of eir cumstnnccs, n sot of inon who will fulfil in this country the duties that arc per formed in Enjilnnd by the Wool ttrokcr. Either tlio fanners ulone, or in conjunct ion with the innnulucturcrs, must ap point agents who sell exclusively on commission. Will such nn agent fulfil all ihi'sc requirements which I linvo men tioned as necessary to success ? Let us examine mc point nccoroiny iu um nn mulnblo searchiiiR laws of business. Such nn anonl must be responsible to the manufacturer for the character of the wool he sells him, and of course he will be compelled to know the exact condition of every fleece that comes in to h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 June 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 31. WHOLE NO. 2122. lUtttcljinmi & 0tatc journal. ruui.isiiED every Thursday morning. TERMS ftlSO c&ili in advance t S3 00 If nnvmnnt 1. not made In advance) Intcreit alwaya charged ftoin the end of mo jcnr. GRATUITOUS ADVERTISING The undersigned finding that tho public aio making unrca tonablo demand! upon their columns by the way of eralultout ftdvortifemenli, feel compelled (o enter Into the following a- grecmeni i lit. For all notice whatever, iiiuillv nntILl.i! ffmlnltnnilv. we win cnargo one-nail me tminl pneo or adverllionipnti. 2d. For obituary 'notice, exceeding Iho ilinnlo announce mont of tha death, we will charge tho i&me price. E. !. WALTON it SONS, rublhhert of the Watchman find Journal. JOSEPH rOLiAND, Publieker of the Freeman, EASTMAN tt DANFOET1I, PMiehen of the Fatrlol, Hontpeller, Deo. lfcMfi. J Jpoctf. From tho Weekly North American, OLD KING POLK. nv a. a. tostek. Old King...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 17, 1817. tUatcljmmi & 0tatc 2ontnal. K. P. AVAIrON, Jit., EIHTOIC. ItfontpcUer, Thut'Siluy, June 17. "S4Bj ... . ... I... ii.. r?.. ...,( our etiuenj win oe vii.... the United Stale). Wo shall then claim no mo noy of Mexico in any shape, nnd aro willing to accept land In payment of our just demands. As to the territory to he ceded or sold to us by Mexico, tit art of opinion that it will not comprise more than Upper California and New Mexico, and that our Uovtrnmem will not wsm, " "7", tion oj peace, on the right of way across the Isth mus of Tchttimlepic; but rather mako tins a sub ject lor subsequent friendly negotiations between tho two sister ucpuoiKw. TrwttiTs. STATE CONVENTION. Tho Whigs of Vermont aro Invited to meet in Stnto Convention by dolcgotos, at MoxrrE lier, on Wf.dnesp.aY) the 7tii hay of July F.XT, ut 10 o'clock, A. M., for tlio purpose of nominating a ticket for Stato officers, nnd taking all other measures necessary p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 17, 1817. The Promptings or Conscience. Tho N. O. Ticayuno gives tho following extraordinary caso of working of conscloneo ir. a voter In thr.t city, who had dono morothan his day attholato (nmnioipal election: " All along n'wantlng to do what was right, eir," whimpered tho prisoner, awakening to a oenso of his moral turpitude. " I'm n. victim to conscience, air. I al'ays want to do what'a right. I went In tho mornln' and voted ono ticket, 'causo I seed that it was tha rog'lar ticket, and I tho't if it was reg'lar It must Tjo ripht. Pretty soon somebody asked mo had I voted, and when 1 told him I had, ho nsked mo how, nnd when I told liim tho reg'lar ticket, and what names was on it, ho told inc tho country was ruined ; that Pd put a ropo round every poor man's nock and drawed tho slippery iiooso tight; that Pd twitched tho last morsel of food out of Jho orphan's mouth and betruyed tho unhappy widows ; checked tho current of tho Mississippi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 17, 1847. agricultural. TO WOOL-GROWERS. NO. IV. AanicuiruiuL Rooms, ? Albany, June 8th, 184C. J. M. Sherwood, President of the JV . T. Slate Agricultural Society. Deaii Sm : It is timo that the 'main question be now put.' Is tlio plan de tailed in my last fousiblo ? In part I have anticipated the answer. If it is consonant to the known laws of trade, it is feasible, and not otherwise. In Europe, wool and almost every other commodity is bought and sold by the broker exclusively, and in this country the practico is gaining ground ; nor can any sound reason bo given why the wool business of this State, like four fifths of nil the other business of tho country, cannot bo advantageously car ried on upon tho samo principle. But practico is better than theory. The plan is now in operation, and so far ns ono year's experience can be a guide, it is likely to work well. Dr. J. P. Book man, on his return from tho Slate fair at Poughkecpsio, was induc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 June 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 32. WHOLE NO. 2123. tUntrljman & iatc journal. I'UUl.lSHKD 12 Villi V THURSDAY MORNING. THUMB $1 50 cash in advance $2 00 If payment U not made In advance j intcrcit always charged from the end of the your. GRATUITOUS ADVCRTISINO, The undersigned finding that the public am malting nnrea nonablo demands upon their columns by llio way of gratuitous advertisements, feci compelled to enter into the following a greemeni i 1st. For all notice whatever, usually published gratuitously, WO will chaise one-half thn utual mleo of mhcrtiicmcnts. fid Torobitudiy noticed, exceeding the simple announce meni oi uie uoam, wo win ennrpo the on mo price. 13. ? WAlrON & SONS, Publishtrs of the H'ntfhman nnd Journal, JOdUni POLAND, PulUsherof Freeman, EASTMAN &. DANrORTII, PublUhers of the Patriot. Monlpeller, Dec. 13 )C. HYMN TO THE CREATOR. Wo find the following In the American Mall, but whether original or not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 2d, 1847. lUatcljmmi & 0tatc 2ouvnal. 13. i. AVAIrON, JK., I'iDlTOIt. Montjicllcr, TUurstluy, June 21. STATE CONVENTION Tho Whigs of Vermont nro invited to meet In Stato Convcnllon by dolegatcs, at Montfe- MKR, ON WEDNESDAT, THE Till BAY OF JULY next, nt 10 o'clock, A.M., for tho purposo of nominating a ticket lor Stato officers, and taking nil other measures necessary preparatory for tho next election. HARRY BRADLEY, ANDREW TRACY, E, P. WAII'ON, Jr., Stato Central SOLOMON FOOT, A. L. MINER, GEO. W. COLLAMER, ELIJAH CLEVELAND,. Juno 2, 1847. Committee. WASHINGTON COUNTY CON VENTION. The Whigs of this County nro respectful ly invited to attend n county convention nt Mont plier, on tho 7th day of July, 1847, nt 10 o'clock forenoon, to nominate candidates for County Senators, nnd organise lor tho approaching c leution. By request of the County Committer. June 10, 1817. Essex County Convention. The Wlilgs of Essex County aro requested to me...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 21, 1847. ( Prussia. Berlin. Wo linvo nccnunts of eo rlous fnoil rlota nmongst llio lower clnssos. The peasants have attacked cnit?,ond carried off corn und vegetables intended for nmrkct. Swr.rKN and Norway. Stockholm. In tho first meeting of tlio elders of llio citizens of htocliholin, tlio proposal rolntivo to the exporta tion of corn was rejected. In several towns of Norway llio scarcity ol provisions is severely felt, and tlio communes ore nctivoly eceking remedies to relievo tlio wants of tlio people. Hussia Supply of Grain Jrom St. Peters hurgh. lloccnt accounts from St. Pelcrsburgh Btale, lliat tlio uliolo amount of grain nnd meal of all kinds to bo shipped this season, is estima ted nt the outside to reoch the value of 81,000, 000, at which, taking the average, price of grain, &c, nt 403 per quarter, tho quantity will repre sent .100,000 quarters of rye, ryomoal, wheat, oala, &c, which is a quantity far below nil the calcul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 24 June 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JUNE 21, 1847, Qtgvicttltiiral. CORN. Tho bnly ndvnntngo in ploughing corn nt nil, is td dcstrtiy llib grass hnU Itbcp tho ground loose, so that tlio roots may easily find their way through it. It is obvious that tho plnnt cannot bo bene fitted by destroying tho sources of its sustenance. Tho injury from breaking tho roots of n plant may, however, bo counterbalanced by tho loosening or tho soil. But every farmer should bo care ful not to break tho roots of his corn too 0ftcn if ho does, ho impedes tho growth, and sometimes seriously injures Jits crop. Tho best farmers in this dis trict never plough their corn more than once. They break up the ground ef fectually in the spring and plant in ridg es. As soon as the grass begins to mnko its appearance, they run a harrow twice in each row. This tears tho grass to pieces and throws the clods in the mid dle furrow.. They next run a bull tongue on each side of the corn. This sifts tho ground when tho yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 1 July 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 33. WHOLE NO. 2124. iUcitcljmcut & 0tatc journal. runMsrir.D every tiiuksday morning. TERMS St SO enih In nJvnncet $3 00 If pnymont li not made In advance j intercut alwayi charged fiom tlio end of tbo jcor. GRATUITOUS ADVERTISING. The u ml cri lotted fimllnjrtlial the public aia making unrea tonahlo demand! upon Ihrtr (.olum'nt by the way of eratuituui advertisement, feel compelled to enter Into the following a greoment : lit Tor alt notices wAfliVrrr, tmirilly published erAtultouily, we will chargo one half thn uua) price of advertliementii. 3d. For obituary noticf, exceeding the lmplo announce tnont of the dcatli. we will clnrffo the nimo price 11. P. WALTON & SONS, Publhhersof the Watehmnn and Journal, J03ENI POLAND, Publisher ttf thf Freeman, 13ASTM AN ic DANTOUTH, Publishers of the Patriot, Monlpelicr, Dec. 1 8 10. 3p0CtlTI. THE CHILDREN. nY MARY 110W1TT. Dcautifvl the chlMton's faces 1 Spite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 1 July 1847

VEIIMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 1, 1817. lUatcljmnn J&tatc 2ounl. u. iCavaii'oiv. r.oiToii. " nionipcllcr, l'lniisly, July X. ways and moans for the restoration of correct nnd wholesome principles. . wm. H. HARTSHORN,) JOHN DEWEY, Co. Com. WJM. II. MAY, ) May 59, 1817. STATE CONVENTION. Tho Whigs of Vermont aro invited to meet in Stnto Convention by delegates, at Morrrrr.. wen, on Wednesday, the 7tii lur of July next, at 10 o'clock, A.M., for tho purpose of nominating a ticket for State officers, anil taking all other measured necessary preparatory for the next election. HARRY I1RADLEY, 1 ANDREW TRACY, 10. P. WALTON, Jr., Stalo SOLOMON FOOT, Central A. L. MINER, Committee. GEO. W. COIjIjAMER, ELIJAH CLEVELAND, j JunoS, 1847. WASHINGTON COUNTY CON VENTION. The Whigs of this County aro respectful ly invited to attend a county convention at Mont plier, on the 7th day of July 1847, at 10 o'clock Jbrcnoon, to nominato candidates for County Senators, and organise (or tho a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 1 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 1, 1817. )ips mtu flipping Govr.nmin's Si'kf.cil List yonr Mr. Colby, n Wliiff, was elected Governor nt Now Ilnmpsliire, this year Mr. Willinms, n Locofoco, succeeded. In formnlly taking leave of tlio offlco Gov. Colby week before last mado tlio following manly ad. dress: " One year since, I was called to tlio place wlioro I now stand, to take upon mo the respon sibilities of n high and honorable oflicc, tlio du ties of which I felt Inadequate to perform. The year has passed nwny, mid with it, the deep feci Hi); of anxiety with which it commenced. Wheth er the duties of tlio office havo been performed well or ill, is not for mo to settle; but this I can truly say, I meet the cloo with a cheerful heart, nnd what is bettor, with an approving conscience before God. The sentiments and principles I havo advanced, oro now a matter of record. II I had opportunity, I would not change or oblit erate a einglo sentence what is written is writ tenand t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 1 July 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JULY 1, 18-17. Agricultural. To the Farmers and Wool Grow ers of Now-York. Amjanv, Mny 25, 1847. CjENX. During the year 18-16, 1 pub lished sovcral letters which I had the Jionor to address to J. M. Suninvoon, Esq. tlio then President of the N. Y. S. Agricultural Society, in relation to the wool trade. Thcso letters wcro very coldly received in certain quarters. Even the Agricultural papers, (although co pies were furnished tlicm,) with tho ex ception of the Genesee Farmer, have not deemed tho letters worthy of publication in their columns, or even worthy of no tico ; although some of the most eminent agriculturalists in the state have expres sed their decided approbation of tho principles therein advocated. Under thcso inauspicious circumstan ces, I had placed in my hands the do ings of a Wool Growers' Coventibn held in Steubcnville, Ohio, and attended by wool Growers from the States of Penn sylvania and Virginia ; and I was alike gratified and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 July 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 34. WHOLE NO. 2125. lUatrljmtm & 0tatc 2ouumi. runt.tsiinD r.vuuv Thursday morning. TERMS 91 50 cajli In advance S3 00 If payment I not mado In advance) Interest always charged from tho end of tho jenr. Ipoclun. THE BATTLE FIELD. BY MM. HEHAfll, I tookM on tho field where llio battle wn iprf ad, Wlion tltouianil stoud forth In their glancing nrray, And llm hcam from the ptcel of the valient wai ilicd, Through tho dun-rolling cloudi that o'orstiadowcd the fray, I nav the dark fuieM of lancet appear, Ac the enri of the harvest unnumher'd they (toodj I heard the itorn sVuut at tho focman drew near, Liko the storm that layi low the proud pines of tho wood. Afar, the harah notes of tho war-drum were roll' J, Uprouiirtji tho wolf from tho drplli oflil Uir J On hi;)) to the gust streamM llio banner' ted fold, O'er tho detth-cluso ttf Iioto , and tho icowl of dopulr. T lookM on tho field of contention nalrt, '...

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