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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 November 1866

VOL,. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOLXII BURLINGTON. VT FUIIAV MOANING, NOVEMBER 16 I8GG Gtfix Artil &..'.' C,"n' .Coc-vlr--UhittcniJcn Uonn J follows unJcr the liead of tbe Vt. & Canada, idMtC rjrill $Vhh. f-.rlctc.ElvcsSmithl5Sl, Aldis 023, dL.IfM may more under tbe Ailtto w-uM.iBctniBJ. lotal3U2. bt. Uwrcncc. The w1k!c information con- A ..u..,.i.n.,, ..j i. omiiu uas mus a mamrit u nf 1 7 voice, and a plurality ofCoS, in this Coun- The vote or the County at the September election was Kaitcr 1750, Ilojt 13SC, Brig- tiam W, , Scattering 172. Total 4220. a. c. rrTJCS ABB rBflPWlBTORZ. FKIl'.Jl MORNING. NOVEMBER 1C. 18CG The Fortieth t'ongress. i lie prating of the !, ks of tbe Kail elec tion tor the next l oner, ss shows a Ke ot one republican uongrcssnian in Ohio, and ,.w:n ; t t n- t .t , , I twsuon is about 2o xr cent, the democrats j.. , .. RM , 1V1 BtmTin , .. ...: I . " J " "I""-, ' wiuicwimi greater proportion than the re pablicans. The CUlimrofTof the total vote is bout in the...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 November 1866

THE BUELINGTOiN. Vi FUCK S'RESS. FKIJD VY MOKXINO, NOVEMBER 1G, 18G6 J. Reiolredby Ike Senate and Home o' Kepre tentaticet That, in the recaestructleo of the States latfljr in rebellion, hurauitv?Tmperative y demands that there ebouU be CO c promise with traitt-rs; on the contrary, that treason should le made odicu' tod traitors ponisbed. lltiolrrd, Th it it is the exclusive riht of Congress at the representatives of a heal people who saved the cation from nttr ruin, l'i present the terras whereby the rebellion- State niijr reswore their fcriaer relations to thi-internment wbtth they s.rove for fouryeais t di -t- Petolctd, That we recognise in the nut n I ing position occupied by the lefwlatite 1 rvn h of the general government, a degree it f, ri r-i--ance anl forgiveness toward corm- I r-'us unaralleled ifl the history of tl.c t. '11, .md, actuated by tone other th.'.n -. hristi - spirit, with a firm reliance upon tn ;.!: nati-si, we aunt solemnly pledje i-..-K,tt- tn support the C...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 November 1866

THE BUlil jI NO-TON, VT.FREE P1.ESS. FBIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 16, 18GG rMkl rah . Vermont Item-. ,he C.ewWim kits that the "otcr!? 0 totworu, in Essex County, couldn't rote lor Mr. .Smith, oranv other man," on Tuee Jay, became tlK-ooBMWf neglect ei t warn a meeting. Oa Tuusdav mornins 1 J- Swft' 0,0 bead workiian on Kounds & BrvwiTa Week in Riehfort, white" wort on the Unlding. fell a distanet ol over twenty f'1' into thc cellar, ami be was taken "P ewelc hut not dangeroualv hurt. In Uieblord fwsdny laormna; a stable containing V beonS'n to ,lo- 1) Karrer. w- blown down, and three of tbeevv-rcre killed. l re -Live horse backed down into Lang dVu'ei taill-pood in "J-ratpelier a week ago Friday night, and took with him a lady who was just getting out uf the wagon, her i clothing having caught lit tbe wheel. Mar tin Day. wbo was helping; her out, jumped into the fond and got the young lady's head above the water, bat cubUn't get her loose ; and shooting for help, aroused a neighbor ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 November 1866

THE BUR-LINGrTOiN, Vt. FRE K PHESS, FItlDAY' MOANING, NOVEMBER 1G, 18G6 Itcllslous Intcllisciicc. A union church building Tor tic Mctho . dint and CqngTCpationarSScieHes, was dedi cated "at Morgan OctSOtb. A new Ibj-tist meeting lioui-e at Albany was ilcilicatcd on tljo 7th intt. 15v. Mr. Fotter or Montrelicr prtached tbc sermon. Iter. '. I. UarJ, fonnorly settled at Lower Wnteriord, in this State, In accepted an invitation to Kittle over tli GinKref'n tiorwl church at DunUarton, X. H-, at a sal ary of ;JStl(l a year. At the late Vermont ISaptiet Luoiintiun belda'.SastoMlther, it wa stated that o vivalu were reported in' jrcs. in nauj tilacrai; ntnl m Fairiar, Rev. Mr Duoasaid, be Ira.l bad uuthitif; like what hw church in now enjoying for upward of twenty yean'. Tin- C5tb anniversary of the ttmjrregaUon al cburcb in Caliot waa celebrated OctotT 23th. TV chare hai bad 407 uieinbrn-, and now number 130. There is a marked decline of Quakerism ia England, and very few men of that g il ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 23 November 1866

men I -Mil f tlia . X amaj fj 1 1 4. . 8 a NEW SERIES VOLXII VOL. BURLINGTOX, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER Q3 I8GG NUMBER TWENTY-ONE laiTiiirff-!'"'1 " 1 ' i 'm cap 'H 1 r A ': lhe ,ar" He site besid bried but young, V p" cioss h'B shoulder. j sunt broad brow and sunny hair, The wn frank blue eyes, smiling. The face without r shade of care. So earnest, yet beguiling. Unaltered, and yet changed, for bright Upon hie breast is gleaming The star whose ever -beckoning light First set hie spirit dreaming. Its gelden glories rie and fall WithJeKh quick heart pulsation, And he is only one of all The brave ones of the uaticu. Unaltered, and yet changed, for see Beneath the glittering spangles Where his young, strong, right arm shoo VI be An empty coat-sleeve dangles. Thns in the an tonic afternoon, The bine mists slowly rising. They tit, as in that by gone June, When love first shunned disguising, liu one hind holding fast her twain. The brave heart proudly swelling. As breathe the fervent ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 23 November 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREK PRESS. FRIDAY JIORNING, NOVEMBER 523, 1866 a- . . -.t ,. ii i ,,,.,,.i,. district Tilth a dcU, which he must be taxed ; to help ray ; the town was in debt, he must be p pay mat; sotnatat every n. .....WW.,.? ........ ... . . . facilities the binls afforded for scccmroodatinj him in cafe he wanted tncney to enable him to carry the slock of manufactured articles that must at times arcumnUte on hi' hands; nod would tol l that Be tax oar banks an that they could not afford to luan money at lees than ten per cent. He sked for the railroad fieiKtics awl rates of transportation; and would l-c told, we tax our railroads so that they hate to charge high rates to enable theei to meet the taxttion im posed upon them by (be cute By this time the man of capita would be likely lo luck UP hit valise and lrave ifee Slate, u t thus we should le deirired of tbe Wt; til- winch wc might have receive! from the iuvs'iuriit of perhaps half a million of capital in our Slate, bnt fo...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 23 November 1866

X EIVS P THE WEEK ltY TELhRUAPII. New York, .Nov. 15. .I special dispatch from England mates that 12,000 meteors anil (allinc stars were difocrnublc at Greenwich: OVetvatory on Tuodav night and ycetcrday morning The display was remarkably brillisnt. Some of the meteors decoded in ik stars of the first magnitude, and appearing in all the varied colors of t'r rainbow. ItCS5EL, Nov. 14. The King opecd the Beliin Ghnmleers vet(Tdar- n'-" ,Pr00 took occasion to allude to hi' frteudly relations with all the picat p- atHl asserted tint r-trict DtSlrjifj "fc"Uld beoheerrcd '.obltON, Nov. 11. Evening. ! la the case of "he cA-rcbc. cruiser Kappa- j bannock, t-erzed for the U S.. the Admiral- ' ty Court decided that Cuitnan was entitled to her poseioa. Ntvw VtK, Nosr. 17. The Herald's Vera Out corrwpondent writing Nov . 1st any : Maximilian i on his way tack to the Mexican Capitol. It is rumered that Marshal Btziinc sent him word that if he attempted to leave Mexico withoot pcrmisstuFi he woul...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 23 November 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. PEEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 523, 1866 V V - 1: 4 (.From the Brattlcboro Record. Rurlington. DOW IT STRIKES A ITSA3.0EC Jiuriington, lite almost all towns, presents to the traveler by boat or rail its most unfavorable MitcL The great front door by which all most enter it who come by any of the great lints of public conveyance, U unfortunately, on the hack side of the house Arriving in thecily by its three principal avenues of approach, the rail wty from Itulland, Irom St Albans, or the boat frtui Uhucbill, the traveller is ushered iuto Sbfiff recking with Irish filth, and boaling Tri.h Otitic Loisc With nciption of the Lake House, vln.'h somewhat rcdetms this riuvrtcriif thi town, he tees no where other than a spare s&erublage of mean hunzts, surroun-le 1 by brok en grcunds, unadgri.cd awl orly improved. Tl.e buildings, the gardens, the yards, the trs ar.d the struts glare with tvidtnee of ui thrilt ax l disorder. Leaving this however, and nauleriag u...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 November 1866

ror.4 acr. -Mil ' rub , Bit. 3 2 .v . tald I f NEW VOL- ! o c t y y - t w)1tI:AL BY JOHS O. sUXE i One little moment : Mtod; One IHOe whisper i I have word to speak, Maud, I never lireathed before. Wbst can it be bat ton. Mud ? And do I rightly gates, 'Tic pleasant to your ear, Hand? O darling, tell me yea. . Toe burden of my heart. Hand, There's little need to tell ; There's little need to say, Hand, Ptc loved yon long and well. There language in a sigh. Hand, One's meaning to express ; And yours was it for me, Maud? O darlinc ! tell me yea ! III. My eyes We told my love, Mattel, And on dt burning cheek You've read the tender thought. Hand, My lips refused to speak. I gave yon all my heart, ilaud, Ti needless to contest ; And did yon give me yours. Hand ? O darling ' tell me yes. IV. Tis sad to Murve a lore, Hand, So worshii ful and troe ; I know a litile cot. Maod, Quite Urge encngh for two. And yea ill U my wife. Hand . So may yon ever bless. Throogh all your tunny life, Maod. Th...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 November 1866

THE BUELINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 30, C. C. .V It. I.. IIE.M2IMCT. EDITORS A!n rROMUCTOBS. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER SO. 18W. TIIK VKI:KI.V I'RtK I'KKSS Tiii; IlcauiGToi Wlv Free Pm s U pu llshrd every FiWay mcrelng, and cont&hM Ue Utrjtnew,; reports of Boston markets and Cam ti.-Hre Cattle Market i full SUt, Conr-ty and oral ntelllen9e ; well selected Aliseellas), Ae , ie .-ecaroaa.atUy will ! sparei to mate it a re- laMc, interesting an, va'nalde faioiU j .urLil The eireulathncftbe Fsfe I'rw iiM-tds that of any paper In the region, am) It is. therrfuie, an unrivalled medium Tor advertiser. We desire to sire additicnil attention to the fo ci (irt cf the variu tewbs in ihisaud u)vinuis Counties, in which our Weekly has a numerous cir culation, and fball esteem it a favor it our reader will fftrrard ns any iteaa of iairt. JJexico. The telegraph lias announced the final ex plosion of the bubble empire of Maximilian. Tlr.it unfortunate Prince has found abund an...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 November 1866

TPIE BURIilNGTOlS!, Vt. PREI-: PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 18G6 XBWS OF THE IVEEEi BY TEIal.Gn.Vi'II. New York, Nov. 2 Chicago f jecial says there i much ex- ,-jumcnt cauH!d there bj the dirfovery of a , 1 Morris starvinz todwlh. lue i tvifc fays she is a sister ol John Mornsfcy, M. C. elect, to whom ohc ha:- applied lor id in vain. . . A Toronto Jta.ia.tch T - .utj.iei.u ebmrecters were arrested y,.t Jv under the ktrbcat corpus set. .... The U. S. Government has instructed its Consul to apiJ.v for a .sew f " droned renins which will be had to Jay. Thcv are to have one talnUmtal meal each day, the I U01"1 W'nS vense. Nsw York, Not. 22. .1 Jjcavt-nwortb deepateh nave I at. Amu irith 25 men natt a band of Ml Sioux near tort Sedgwick, kilhd 8, wounded 17, ami captnred 4S beef eattle. 54 males and 27 hordes, and plundered and Imrntd what could not be brought away. Me marc Soil Hi t mike in 30 hour' with nuttiing 'o eat for men or animals. MaMUD. Not. 22. The Lcland to-day say th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 November 1866

IISIA THE BURLINGTON, VT. JTREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 30, I860 IIcIIkIous Intelligence. Farewell religious services were held on board the new mission ship Moraine; Star wi the 12th init., conducted bv Rev. X. G. Clark, Secretary or the American Board. Dr. Anderson and several otter clergymen. Tfcc agitation in the Cburch of England, Rrowins oat of the llitualietie juton, in intense- He London Iclegrupb my . "One party loudly rirodauae toe burning of incen-c, Uie wearing of the gorgeous Teat- mrats, and the deration ol tbe facrniuetital elt-menu to be pros , Tiahiien- of our eeek- riastiral law. The Kito&ltsts is etrennooely rrr'r that el. thp thine are '.ermitttjd if rcror wax all inetc uh lire 1um not commanded Neither rty hoard ott . iect lo It-mi arbitrament. f.,r each c-i.tendi' ... r . ... i . that the Saw is 10 Us lavur. ... .. , . , . , Ibc largest bands rcbtM in the ."Of"1 at itockport, near Vane1 rstcr, Eniiieiia. It 01. ; ... MuMiatH o! about 5000 echular fhe...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 December 1866

NEW SERIES VOLXII VOL. BURLINGTON, VT.. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7 I8G6 NUMBER TWENTY-THREE j H rt rt 1 1 II J J (fc r G. G. V. BENEDICT. SD raflPltlBTOBg. FKIDAV .veJKNING. DECEMBER is :o. 31ESSA E OF THE rKUSTDKKToTtlie ISITEO STATES TO THE TWO HOUSES OF COKGRESS AT THE COMMENCE KHT OP THE SECOSD SBSSIOX. Fdlms Citizens of the tknaU and Jlouw of Repramtttms After a brief interval the Congress of the United State resumes its annual legislative labor. An aliwise and merciful Providence has abated the pestilence which visited oar shores, leaving its calamitous traces upon some portions of our country. CONCKATl MTORT. Peace, order, tranquillity, and civil authority have Uen formally declar ed to exist tl.n i ; bfut the whole of the United State.- In ail of the States civil authority Lj- superseded the coercions oi arms, acd tue peopie, by their voluntary action, c. tiiaintaicing their goverranents in full aitiwr huJ coniplelt- operation. a be cnlorcctctiit i ! t: o laws is no longer "...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 December 1866

THE J3URX.INGTOIQ, Vt. FJREK i RESS. FRIDAY MOlilSriNO, DECEJffiER 18G6 the manner now p-ovideJ by law, by pru lential corarait'ees, and may appoint acoKictoroftsxiS and clerk nl.o shall hac the same powers anJ perform the sitae duties as are row provides fr school district collectors and clerks. Sec 2. All acta and parts of acts inconsfct. ent with the foregoiog section are hereby re pealed. Sec. S This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved, Not. 17, 1855. AN ACT in ascodctect ef seetisa nine nf chap ter twenty-two of the General Statutes. It it hertty exacted, !;c. irz. 1. The lat clause of section nine of chapter twenty-two of (fte General Statutes iaao amcLUcd as to reail aa Blaows : not uo sapertn- tcsdent shall raeitccomiieasation wails visiting schools for a somber of day greater loan twice the number ot schools kent in tbc loans Isr which he acts as raperiiitciidtst, HiuMever th) number of terms ot mob school left a u ring thi year. Sec i This act cball take effec...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 December 1866

TI-IE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- DECEMBER 7, 18UG atu ...jcS. . t!,c t!.t'l r iyc ni l. :iioi Gui. LLoiif. t-J- - to sec reported tbe sudden death 01 t. , - r- I lAm U- IUJ W ' l.tUKt - . ... . I rfs:cctcd dtwen ol lwr"B i t..ir i " K. vesstcroav -' i dfnee m - - . Cyesageras ,u. Sttkc orKir-lies were .Uting.n ps,, river at Lynd.n was froren over on the game day- . i:iMir Ama MVS l,a iytUUil the State pf xfcw York wit reU rerec W roit,M! Uuf . rive- f 'b'PtaiB tLoD the " "r, to ""'y " tYe orlatice ol tt.is cntrq riee can ctiiccIj to overrated. It will ipcn up a comrot-nication (or a large daw ol vcr-k between the Hud son river, lake Cbraj,Utin, the river St. iAWience, and tbe ercat lakee." Vermont itean. Mr. John Gc.uU of indbam, has rafced tbe past reason eight Kngtafa tarnips which welgbcd one hundred and ektea poandc Tbe fatreBt one wugld 164 unaV, and aaeaaured two kit and leven inchr is r ennfisrroce. Martin tirifiin ot West Derby recently aUaghtered hup 17 mon...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 December 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. PEEK PRESS, FRIDAY MORINTlSra, DECEMBER 7, 1866 Religious Intelligence. Tie following letter received a day or two eince bv Dca. Fuller, from Rev. Jlr. Baric the Evangelic, will be or interest to his many friends : Sax Francisco, CaL. Nov. Cth. 1S6C. My Dear Brother A jour people often asktdrne for nj sermon on the Unpardonable Sin, I tend jon a copy as reported here, a preached to nearly 4000 hearers. 500 have re quested prayer at a time here, and I trust oOO have found Jesus precious. I preach tvriee each day. The whole Pacific coast seems open to such meetings, California, Oregon, Nevada, ic. - I . f J lor mil: wlviiio . I hall have to go over the coast some and hold from three to seven days meetings. All denominations are united. I fear I cannot get home in January, calls are so urgent. I hope all Vermont will be redeemed this yc,r; "" I ' should lite to be in your Stat now, bat Ju , i.... t .l-l., rrc hard. Much love to yourself awl each one of your church a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 December 1866

'"tr "2 VOI BDRLINGTOX, VT MORNING, DECEMBER I8GG NUMBER TWENTY-FOUR XXXV. MSW SJdJU.ES VOLXII 14- V ! 1 ,., i. Yil.lif inrlM 131 I Hh lyjMt- (OWI l Cfc? ' 1 O. C. A. UKMtDICT. asp rwPTiiTnovs. .iOKXIXG. DECEMBER 11. 1S6. h ..tt ferUun on the H it I'rccdmen. It has long been the policy of tbc copper head tsreag to ridicule all reports of mal treatment oi the colon 1 race at the South as abolition storn t cot ui (or effect or with & ' ' bat slender foundation in fact. Tbpr would bare the people Ulicve tbat the blacks arc perfectly well off and contented in slavery or the neatest approach to it tbat the South erners cai attain under present laws ; and if any body intimate a the- contrary they call it a bmcfc-republican electioneering story. They will hardly dar" to call by such name the following sentence-', in May. lien. Sber i inn's official report, just published : " Mj own opinion is that the trial f a white man for the murder of a freedmsn, in Texas, would bea farce, and in m...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 December 1866

Wa!iim.tun, McnJay, SENATE Mr. Wade reported, (rem Territories, tbc bill to admit Hehreaka, end in traduced a bill to admit Colorado, rvbiak latter was irffrrrJ to the Ccnraittec en Territories. Mr. Edmunds, from the Joint Committee on I lieirtnehmcnl, urrica, witu amenuHKuis, m i .. lull introduced by Mr. Williamson fhefirtt day ' TIIK W'UIII.IYV Kllhll I'KES'S of the uzion in regard to tenure of eflice. It B,-rUTCTO Wlv rate Pre. i pub Senate"' " f trtr rrid!,ir morni,lK' "'d cDtalM ,llC tMrf'limuDJ5gveBHieetli.t heftonM call i latest news, reports oTBorton market aooCasi up this bill on rbursday. :isx Cattle Market : full State, Canty i-nd ceal Mr. Trumbull tried and failed to call op the BtaUlzenre : tr. 11 eslected Mujeelles. Ac., ac bill to repeal the amnesty wer cf t'.o Pie-i- voear m-.: -a?.:- -'!! be spared to sake it a rt dent ia'.l- interrft n ir. va'naMe fam'.H journal. HOUSE. T!-o eiri.alauu-.ii the Face Psies cvcel that Tk, (,..;,.. km. winnrtdi re- ' paper id the regi...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 December 1866

III Wl-i fTmtWM JTHE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRID AY MORNING DECEMBER 14, 180G . X 9 New Yobs., Dec. 7 i c Fenian Senate met last nijlit and al- jli privacy is ris'idlv observed by all .- -mied in the media;;, cnousb hae leaked t to fbuw tbat the leader favor an iuime e movement on Canada lt " not o wn bovrcver when the campaign will c-aenec, but it i openly stated that twenty twenty thousand men arc rct'-ov to take the field. I'cnittn ' l'riMncr Indicted C. E . Icc. 0. . ... r j thi (Jrand .Tnrr Trao mil were-unwu j , gainst 14 of the fenian prioof rs yesterday. &ven of tbcm were Mfcted as terrS of , the U. S., and feven eitnens ol Canada. The reraainioR prisoners toe 1". were ) discharged. New Orleans, Dee. 0. .count from the interior of Alabama j a greater brwdllof ground than crer . shown in wheat The crops in Tcsa i itj than in any tiretiau year. Ureat itiiica o( reaping and thrashing n jnd appantii' are being transported '! cr M ntreal, Dec. ( Ti c Herald pubiiehtu cst...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 December 1866

mrm mim THE BTTICXjTN G-TOiN . vt-. kt-?. is -xvy -mm. Reflgton? rntellipcnce. 3"orrv-avifjr 'f'-srvji-sa a ate 3tRCcntCpr3JpwnaI Church in BtUeb(W),T -.- " he"!"! in Wajbfngton.' : V .'BUhop. DcGottsacl,J:-!Df Uiisptr,, ad-, rniniitercd the ' Sicratrifnt Of' Cdnfijina tion to 42 persons inSt-Aoustino s (Roman . Catfiulic , Cburcb in Monifclier, " two weeks inic. -. . ti '- . -Tlic: Univernilist SocitT?at, Vfuodstock "i ritiairim' its I'liur.. at an cxrcnfe of i i bomp-ZiiticcD LundryU MJars.T ' " IheWaUhmaHarld Jf7fc3r,f Boston, faji5"!TU'atthMantcre"nUi5riicanit)!gracc-f ' inclur-iVe of rrrnclilng; l.itW meeting Sunday sehooi..in -.thoTlTircbes Kerjernlly '- ' -: "i 1. .1 - in JJuetun is encouraging lo n-uigu m-' I'attorbStow.a ae JJccj, and "Walker, at JSojvdoin yufjrc, represent, tlickena araong'thc pcojJe toml ".tlicr "".".''y serve asjof unusual oromisc. It is ymjxird to btjild1 rtwiu'fOT'the Nlw York Young Men's Christian -Association at a ou&tf S3U0.O00. The luunp; .Mens...

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