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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 October 1844

fvtt NOT THE GLOHV O F C JB S A R BUT TAB WELFARE OP ROME BY. II. B. STACY. HHHBKBBnnHBnnmiEaBanD W. York Adv'ts. l'tcy and Staph SILK GOODS. Williams, Rankin, &. Penniman, No. G3 WILLIAM STREET, COBNKK OP CI5IAlt NTItUUT, NliW YOIIK. YITOULD call the nitcnlion of Merchants visitins VV New York for their Kali supplies, to (heir ex tensive assortment ol entirely NHW STYLUS PALL GOODS. To their ordinary stock, which comprise a full and Ecneral variety of Staple and Fancy Silk Goods, they nve been making largo additions of F.NTIRI.LY KBW STYLR-. exnresslv adapted to the season. From the facilities which they possess in the pur- cnase ot teooiis at tno very lowest prices ineir unri valled and very extensive assorlmeni Ihey feel assu red that it will he in their power to offer extraordina ry inducements lo purchasers who desire nnd deserve to buy on the very best terms, and they are detcrmin ed to spare nopiins to make it for the interest of such to make their selections from their M...

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. — 25 October 1844

trinEi liark suirnr ami ( ! i httn nrticlra to adl on inc w.r nini in iitiini! iur n license in uo which, nn had pal I tho $50, nntl how clni tit r it liick un iheu.ound , that his business is mil peddling niihin the statute,) tho I ill w.i sustained by Messrs. Aikcu, Wiirri n f ' Nrwfmit iinil Stacy, npnosi-d by Messrs. XVhiilcniori.- ul M.nnd XVirtner, and ordered lo n 3d resiling, 15 lo'J , I lie r-cnatc came in nni. .uc.uunwuij;nppoiirtiuenls weieniidoi WASHINGTON COUNTV. fSViCT "t ll.ol-p. Court. Oro. W. Duller, .Moniprlier, Sheriff. Jnrob Scott, 1 1 i ill It.iiiill. Oramel H. Smith, State's Attorney. Atfl Spildine, Jiuixo nf I'rulnte-, Alfred XViiiniv.iuht, Cyrus Wure, Silas C. French, Jail ContiuUsiiuicrs. Il-SKX COUNT V. MiJWlU' tWCo. Court. 0.nrire W. (tiles, l.tinriilmriili, Sherifl'. John XV. Webb, llit-h llnlill'. XVm. Hevwo id, ir., Stile's Attorney. Moody Rich, JihIl"! of I'rnhnie. Imac Oiiminiiij;S .luliii Dodge-, .Innics Foh.nsby, nil Coniinisioncr.s. OAt,i:i)0.IA CO...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 October 1844

car 1 Are yot, who broko uway from those wlio ore willi you in nil but your organisa tion, prepared to nssiimo tlio responsibility of bringing mi Independent Slave Nation In to this Union t Wa ink, nro you prepared to lake this responsibility, for such is the real question, it being known that folk can only, if ot ail, bo elected by tlio votes of Whig Ab olitionists who nro expected to squander their guffragu upon n candidate who is playing in to lliu hands of Loco Focoism t Think well of this beforo you strike such a blow, not only' at us, but at yourselves 1 What then is the duty of Abolitioulsts in tins Statu ? Their Presidential nominee lias indentificd himself with tho Loco Foco Party. Tho object of their distinct political organization is defeated. Under such cir cumstances will tlioy not re-unite with their old friends 1 Whigs certainly did not be came Liberty men with a view to the suc cess of Loco Focoism, or to bo mado instru mental ti siio extension of Shivery. And yet in...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 October 1844

N. York Adv'ts. SILK GOODS. BO WEN &1lNAMBE, 1( WILLIAM STREET, Cromer of Heaver Street, Ncu-Vorfc, KF.SPKOTFULLY minoiiiirolh.il lliov have made extensive arrangements for the Fall Trade, which will cnnblo them to present gteater inducements thnn ever to merchants throughout the Unilt'il States to visit this mnikel llie present season, for tho pur chase of SILK AND FANCY GOODS. They have already received liy Into arrivals, n greni variety of new atid rich grinds, and will also receive liy tho next Packets and Strainers, nn ns.orlinotit of the latest and niot henntifnl styles of Trench, Ger man, Italian, anil F.nglish Fsncy Goods ever ofl'orrd in this matket samples of which arc now exhibited and it is their determination, as heretofore, not only to he constantly supplied with a complete as-orlincnt odapted to all sections of the country, hut to piesenl tho ncire'f an I most desirable slvfcs, soiled t lie city or most fashionable lrndoi Their Block will he composed in part of il...

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. — 1 November 1844

WW NOT TUB GLORY OF GJBSAR BUT TUB XV B L r A R E O V HOME BY. If. 15. STACY. BURLINGTON VEU MONT, PR IB AY, NOVEMBER 1, 1844. VOL. XVIII....N0. 22 Female Trusses. THIS article of tlio invention and itmniifneliiru of Hull, mul also o( Mnrh, of every sizo mul form, and for nil the purposes for which they nrc designed, constantly receiving nl PI2CK Sl'EAIl'S. Protn the recommendations of our lown Physician" nil resident Practitioners in thi Slate, as well as jlie Medical Faculties of the cities of New York, llos ton, Philadelphia and llallimore, we cannot l.ut as sure lho$e of the alllicted ela ol the happy elects which may he derived by the nc of these iii-tru-inents. In point ofdurability. and particularly price, ihcv are within the reach of all. To Pliy-tcianx and I)ni7aits who purchase bv the dczen, the Manufacturer's discount is made, 17 FOB1 SAKE- THE subscribers o:l'cr for f-alo their interest in the two brick stores in the village of llurlinijtoii, formerly owned hy Gideon l.a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 November 1844

of Luke Ward mid nthcrf, to folcrt committee I , Moniuv, Oct. !3. on liconss. j Senaix. Reports Hy Mr ('amp. from tlio Reports llv judiciary mm , in favor of Mil " ,,'' "1(,r 1,1 favnr lf f"r 'l10 ,"" requiring chock lists nf voter ! read n 2.1 lime I 'jof of the insane poor, with nmcndmontp, inclti. and laid nn tho table, lly mm. on education, dinjf, i"unt allowed to towns the ox- that Knos Cobb liavr lunvc In withdraw hU no. I"'"" of transporting tholr poor to Iho Asylum, titinn; firantrd. lty mm. on military afT.i r.. t "'" oMoniliiifr the benefits of llio actio other bill in relation to the militia, (doing avay with imligent porsnns than town paupers ; (ho amend, the enrolled militia, except in earn of insiirroe- I 'J10!"" vvnrt' aJoptOfl, and the bill passed, lly tion); laid on tlm tab!... lly mm. on built J'l.licmry com., in favor of bill relating to di bill to incorporate the A-ontnoy llmk at Wind-1 ordered In a .)! leading, lly com. on or: farts ftalod by sir Warner, t.nd th...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 November 1844

mar A I'lCTlJim of Si,.vr.ttv. Tho Ntnfulk. Herald of Wmlm-stliiy Ims n ll!rr frinit n friend in Clnirlolln, Vn., of tlio 9tli i list, wliifli tlio editors introduco to their lenders ns "Very interesting j" it relates tu tlio con dition of llio planters in consequence of llnoo successive ' liiid years." Tlio lettei says! "Tlio pales of negroes continue) nt every Court day, and it is to lie feared will continue for sonic time. As many as seventy wore sold at tlio last Cliarlotto court, and I loam lliat a larpo number willla sold at Uucliintjliiim Court on Monday next. Tlio public, roads (,'ivo evi. denco of numerous ualcF, and largo pangs nro wending their way to tlio South. I mot a gang of seventy slaves on Thursday las', anot'icr of thirty the day after, and on Sunday n third of twenty or thirty. A hundred in a single pang passed Charlotte court !miii' two or three weeks since, bound to the South. 1 ppoak of whit lias passed under my own obscrinllo'i. If 7'e.vas were annexed, or it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 November 1844

PRINCE'S Zainnacn Botanic Garden and Nursorlca Flushing, near New York. PECK & SPEAK HAVINObcco.no AGENTS for this Establish merit, will fotlccl niiil forward orders fur Fruit nnd Ornamental Trees, mill Plants Catalogues anil Prices of which may ho seen nt Ihcir runnier, IIuiilIsotom Vt. SALT. Ilu-li. Turk Island Salt. B,n(in bus. Coarse Western Solar 3"i() Illils. Fine Wu-leni ih'. 300 Bags (28 Hi.) gioiiuil do. HI Suck Liverpool do. 1000 50 1)1 ground Wc-liru no, CO. Ill Aug. G. M l. I HARWELL'S Men's Pump- mid Gout Skin Bont iis, Ladie-' Black and (3. .I'd Half Gaiter-, Walk ing Shoe-, Kid Sin.-, mid l)u-kin. Ju-l roe'd In' II. V. CATLIN. July 21, 1841. 8 PLASTER. A ( Tons "f Nova Scotia Plaster, just received, and HJ now uiimlini! nl the Piaster Mill at Winooski Falls, and fur ealo by Juno 12, 1911. FOLLET, IUIADI.KV fc Co. 25 Boxes Soap. 15 do i-iiidlus 18 do common nnd 1 pearl' Starch, I I ill. ' Bonus' und other brand-Tobaccu. 1 Mil, l.onllaru's inaccoboy niill. 15 I'n-k"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 November 1844

NOT THE GLORY O T OQSAR BUT TUB WBLTARQ OF HOME BY. H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, V E 11 M ONT, F BID A Y, NO VEJIIB E R 8, 1844. VOL. XYIII....N0. 2:1 GOOD Tntilo II illcr, Oils, Corn and While Hcaas for which tho highest price will I o paid in poods at very low prices by (J. Y. STAMFORD if. Co. Oct. Uib, 1844. 19 SLEIGH AND CUTTER SHOES. QPlft PAIRS "HlornlVMicI, fiirMilcnt lliu 'South XfJf whorl." Purchasers will Jo well to nbo in 11 alias we will not he underold under nnv circumstan ces. FOLLKTT URADIiEV & Co. Oct. 10, 1844. 19 NEW STOKE. riMIE sub-cribers have formed n conanncrshin un J- dcr the firm ofCATMN if- Sl'KAR, nnd have taken the New Store in the Kxchnnco Hotel, on Wa ter Street, next door nmtli of Follett, llradlcy & uo.'g, where iney are prepared to snow purchasers a well selected assortment of Dry Ooods, Groceries, Ac. Ac. which they will sell low for cash nr most Kinds of country produce. i. it. l.a ii,Ii, W. P. S1'F.AR. Uurlington, 10th Oct., 1341. 19wG GOLD AN...

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. — 8 November 1844

l8ffe?- S&$t NATIONAL WHIG TXCII2T. TOtl PKHSIDBNT, OF KENTUCKY. FOR Vir-nTRESlDENl', Til EO. , F It R L I N f 1 1 1 J V S EN, OF NEW JEIISEY. KIjECTIOW. TUKSO.W, NOV. 1 a. FOll l-.t.F.CTORS JF.nP.WAH II. UAIMltS,) JOHN VV.VK, 5 'irg- In I);!. CALVIN TOWSl.UY, 21 Put. C.Yttl.DH CIMII.IlKili, 31 !.!. HHN.IAMIV MVIKI'. IthDist. KllYsrU IMIKIMMttt. From the Tribune. TEXAS. " In an evil hour for my country," once paid f.n American Commander In imp with a nigh, -iJ Fl t lie Kroiirli nml Spani-inta abandon Lonisiam to the United States. VVu were nut silffi.iie.nlly a country before ; ami should we be m id enough to drive the Id' iifli from dirula, and their oth er North .i:d ic.m Province, we dull soon relo In h- .u ;iilntrv at all. Without lm: il at- tuchnion'. v.vhn'it National honor, wo shall re romlilu n -mirm of insects thit Pttlo on the Irilita of the Birth In rorrupt anil detour them, rather than m.'ii who Ime and cleave In tlm land of ihoir forefather. AOcr a shapeless Anarchy...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 November 1844

,3 t f i r Ing taken up by a vessel, or that lin crossed over lu the innln land. Yesterday illuming-, on opening the coll nf Rider, at the J.iit, ho w.im found dead, having connniltcd suicide in the tiisjht by hanging liim pelf. Vo learn that liu bad Invented h in Ill gotten cnirH In ntnck nnd treasury Mlvr, the cortifiralei of which were fonnil on bis person, when be was arrested, md that Ihcsc, tvitli the money found hi tlio room of Unrrroiis, nt Na. bant, make up tbo sum received by them, c.vcept about three thousand dollar?, which has unques tionably been spent. lioston Alias. M a em? a dl s In this village, on Sunday evening la9t, by Rev. T. W. Pearson, Mr. Isaac L. Smith to Miss JIah svlviA E. Ccldckn, both of this place. In New York City, Oct. 31st, by the Rev. Dr. un ion's, Mr. William HiiInsmaid, of ibis place, to Em ily A., daughter of John 15. Whitman, Esq, of the former place. In St. Peter's Church, Drcwsvillo, N. U., on Tues day morning. 29ih uliiino, by tbo Hev. Mr. Sp...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 November 1844

THE AMERICAN REVIEW; A WIIIO JOt'llVA Of Politics, Ijttcrntitre, Art nnd Science. "TT having I era deie'rtiiinod tncsinllMi n Polilic.il J. nml Literary Monthly Review, lulu- ennd icicd l llio oily 0r Now York by OF.OItOF. II. COI.TON, Ksg., and devoted lo the pcrMi.i neiit in.t!n!tiinii'-u of Winn principle und iitipruvcitient of Ami.ihcan lite rut arc I The undersigned, Whiff members til the Twenty eighth Congte, from I In snvcr il section nl'ihuUu ion, in consideration til'ilio great iuiiioriniice 1 such n wnrl.,dt mint cordially niimru il the deign, urge II iiion Ihe Whigs of Ihu Republic fur their u'ico livo and unwavering support. Wo believe il to ho lnol strongly demanded liv the permanent minors of the country; and the 11ppc.il I. made In ilio having these Interest 11101 tit heart. And fur lite siku til lierl'eet tunlidcnco in it. political course, assurance I hereby stiven, lli.u tliofiiMiiiiii.il niisinnce of Ic.uhni.' men oftlie Whig l'uily li.ilceu uvured, titid 1I1.1I l...

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. — 15 November 1844

tare or home BY- II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT; FRIDAY, NOV EM B E R 15, 1844. VOL XVIII ...No. 21. NOT TUB GLOKY OT C 3 S A H BUT TUB WEI WHAT IS A C1IUUCH I What constitutes a church 1 Not Ko in nn, basilic, or Gothic pi'e, With fretted roof, tall spire, and long-drawn aisle ! Thcso only mock our search 1 Fantastic sepulchres, when nil is said, Seek not the living church among tho dead. What is n church indeed 1 Not triple hierarchy, or throned priest, The stolen trappings of tho liomish beast, Altar, or well sung creed, Ilites, magical, to sivc, not sanctify, Nor ought that lulls the car, or lures the eye, A band of faithful men, Z Met for Rod's worship in nn upper room, Or canopied by midnight's starry dome, On hill-side, or iono glen, To hear tho counsels of his holy word, Pledged to each other and their common Lord. Thcso, few a thry may be, Compose a church, such a, in pristine age, Defied the tyrant's zeal, tho bigot's rage i For where but two or three, Whato'er the plac...

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. — 15 November 1844

LAWS OF VEUM0NT-184I. Sr.cnETAnv or State's Ornee Monlntlicr. Oct. 31. 19l4f S, 'the f.itlnwine f npics or public nets of the t.'-eisla' tore of mid State nre licrohy designated for piitlif-!i-li in in III several newspapers printed in this lntr, nctvrablv In iib proviinn ol chapter fifili "f ih Itc viffj Statutes. ) MU McM. SHAKTKH, Secretary of Stoic. No. 1. An .OT loaltcr ihctinii-aofhohlingGoun. I Courts in th..f?ounlv of Windsor. (lit luTi'liv enacted by the General Asset lily of 42... rf i . il.lt . . inr ifr.im in . n limn 1 1 119 iuhii w n . See. I. The county court fnr the county el Windsor shall lie held a follows i At Woodstock in said coun ty mi ill' fourth Tupsday of March and first T.ic.-diy of November In each var. 2. Hncti uf the provision of section two of chipt r furii-.thriin nf tin. llevisi'd Stntoti-. nml of section one nf" an act in ".Inendment of seeli'in two of chapter forty-three of ihe ftevised Statu'rs," approved No vember VI, 181?, as nro inconsistent wit...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 November 1844

wai atinntiiiced, with nn cinution that almost choakct) the utterance of tho speaker, thcro was that lung drnwing in of tlio breath by ovcry lis tener, which Indicates the working oftlio pmv era within. All eyes wero dlrci'.icil toward the object nf so much sympathy ! and when it was farther Mated, tTisJ the owner of the old man IntlkAn ttnr en linvwrta Cnllndl tvnlllrt IsArmit i - . . . . . r : i of ft thousand pence, the response was with one voice, Reuben shall be frei ! On the instant the table of the Moderator was thronged, and the requisite sum laid upon it ; to reunite for the remnant of their days old man Reuben and hit wife ; and they and their children are now on their way to ho shores uf Africa. Louis. Co nr. LICENSE COMMISSIONERS. We .mvo boon requested by a number of tlivi Inhabitants of Chiltenilen County, to givo notice that a meeting will holuVn ut the Court House, in Burlington, on the 23d day of No vember, 1844, for tho purposo of selecting three suitable persons a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 November 1844

NEW GOODS. I SM. POf E, hn Jit-t relumed from New Yotk with a pood nortmontnlStnplo Dry Goo1, for the Fn!l ntnl Winter trnJo, consisting In part of Wool Ovt'1 Binds, Who, Invii1 le O recti niul Cadet Mixe'l llrond Cloth. do iln do IW V,in, Denver nnd Pilot mi Plain nnd Fnn"y Ci-itticri,. Silk ami Woolen Vchcl Ve.lng, I'lnm and i'V'l. KHin. d Silk nnd Colinn Wnrp Alpnecu, Cashmere, Chusaii, ll.ivari.in, Motlt-ra noti Or- loans OIoiIh for dro-ic, LaJi'csCravijt, Gem's, do Gimps-mid Kiin-jo. 3J ahlC-l Pint I WorHoil Oool, Urn. llutbind., lirn. Ta! lo Clolli!, Mis. Ilollan I t'am' r!c, Hniery, Glove, cie. &c. Tho nliovc wi'h many oilier sroo l wore purclm-ed lit the pre nit reduced prices anil will I o sold its cheap ns the cheapest. Hurliiuitnn, O.'tnler, 2.", 1811. 21 nno i vn sure ting. n.UT.l Urown ,ccl!ni.', 1 Cae Wenched i'o I iln 'fielifmrs. for s-li'e low 1 v 15 VII.AS.fc 'NOYKS. Oct. 17, 1814. 50 MUTTONS. OHO onSS Horn Coat liutton, ZiJJ 75 ilo iln Over Uout do 300 do iln V...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 November 1844

Em NOT THE GLOKY OP G 1 S A R BUT THE WELFAIin OT ROMS BY H. B. STACY BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1834-1. VOL XVIII.... No. 25 NEW FALL GOODS. 'Willi, subscribers have jui received n very large - supply ol rich Fall Goods, among which are the following articles. Goods for Fall dresses. French mou tie lainc, of nil pattern, cashmere tl'Kco.sc, chameleon ltiMres, 1'nrmcltar, fancy plail alpacea, brown do, Mack nnd nine Mack do, black and blue black alpine, a target a-snrltneut ol black and blue Mnck and fancy eill.s, striped and plaid do, Anglian satin, winter ba'lzorines. Hlbbons. Hat, cap, and neck ribbons, plain taffeta, satin do. Laces. English, French, and German thread laecs nnd edpings, I,ile, CJnimpure, Ashhurton figM and plain Nells, Mack and white. Shawls. Camel's hair, Uroche, damask, cashmcro d'Kcosse, and Scotch plaid shawl. Gloves. Ladic' nnd Ocntlcmen' Mack nnd white nnd col ored kid Glove-, lonjr, while, kid, nnd silk Mk, while nnd colored silk, Mack and ...

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. — 22 November 1844

'henry clay anb his party. Wc look over "I hp reports from the varinus pirlp of Ino Uiiinn, in which t lie presidential election lias miiit recently taken plaro, ntnl (rntn whirl) enlirn return have not yet been ro. reived, to see whether thorn in a possibility 'hat the candidate of Ihn Wing p:i rt j, fur President of the United Statec, is likely In receive a ma jority nf the E'ecliirul Miles, and the painful f nil rliiHiit'i in fnrcril upnti nur minds that we hive been dofoaled j that the snm'tanonus nnmiiia' tinn of Henry Ohy, by the Whig party, and it almost concurrence by I ho politicnl opponents nf that party, han not received t lint sanction trnm the voter!" riftho United States, which Iho must it nt ion of f tin nation requires; and. f etui svrpipncp, tint James K. Polk, nf Tenncsscp, fill be proclaimed the legal inciiinb nt id th.it It ii the duty of every republican In submit In the will of the majority, constitutionally ex pressed, mid that duty "wn aro ready to dis charge...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 November 1844

1)ka-i a or Cai'T. JAtiA'rx Sttr.it.UAN. Wo liave to record to.ilay Iho ilealli of Capt. Jahazcl Sherman, fiillior of Cnpl. K. W. Sliermin.r.otn. in anilor nf Iho stc.unnr lltirllnc'n'i Capt. Slier, in an died at his residence at Vcro-entice. t., on T huisilay, Or.t. Mst, "Red 71 years and three months. Capt. Sherman rimitnaiir'cd nne of tlio cleRatit pickets, nil tlio Hudson which was built soon after" the introduction of Bte.imlioits. He o nlisprjuenlly removed to tlic vicinity of Like Champlain, whero lio built tin) Phujtilx, tlio first boat adapted for passcnucrs on those waters. A company was then formed, called, wo believe, tlio " Like Chainpl.tin Steamboat Company," of which ho was the most active member. That company have built under the superintondaiice nf Capt. J. Snnrinm, and hta son, the present commander of the Burlington, Fover.il of the most macninr-ont steamboats on mir waters. Capt.iS. has sustained llirotilin lonjr and ac tive life the character of an upright and h...

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. — 22 November 1844

NEW GOODS. M. POPE, ha returned from New York s. llu" Fall mill Winter trade, niiiaii ins In nart nf Wool dyed ttln It, !!l ie. invi-il le Green and Cadet Jtixo'l MroudClo'h . do i'ii ill) l'i o 91 hi, Denver 8 ml Pilot Jo I'lai i nml Fan y Os inicre-, S,lk and Woolen Velvet Ve-ti,ig., Plmn ami Fig'd. 7 1 1 1 il do P. lit nnl Cotton Warp Alp"ci, Cahniere, Ctiisan', Bavarian, Medorn ami Or leans (3loth for dretc, l.n.lie Cravat, Gem's, ilo Oimp and Ftinsre. 3 -I an ' 6 4 Plaiil Wpr.tP, Or,o!, lira Holland", hro. Tal le Cloths, I'll,'. Holland Cum' ri.-, Hn-icry, Glove., &c. A p. The shbve with many other cnol werp p trchaed at the pro-cut reduced pi ices and will 1 c sold as cheap n the cheapest. Burlington, O'loler, 2". 1811. 21 BROWN SHEETING. IUI.ES Brown Sheeting, 1 Ca-e Blenched do 1 do 'I'k'l. inz. for m'c low l v 15 VILAS it NOES Oct. 17, 1811. 2il BUTTONS. QCC "ROSS Horn Coat I! ittorts,' fmjj .) i'o iii) iiver i.oat to 300 do do Yet do M G It Coal do do do do VILAS it 12...

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