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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 19 June 1838

jg A. . CMA3DWICK. voiL. a. wro. TERMS Tiik Calkdonian will bo publishod wookly at $2,00 por annum, or at $1,50 ii pnid in advnnco. Ii' paymont is mndo witliin h'ix inontha from tlie'tiino ol subscrib'mg it will bo considored jis advanco nav. No panor will bo discontinuod nntil all arroarugoa arepaid, oxcoptat tbo option of tho pubhslier. 0Advertisemcnt3 will bo insortod for tho cus tomary pricos. PorBons aro roqucBtod to stato tho numbor of woeka thoy wish thoir udvortisomonts publislied, otherwiso thoy will bo insortod till for bid and chnrtod accordingly. UIISCEIiliAWlSOlUS. From iho Louisvillo Jonrnol. PONTIUS PILATE AT VIENNE. Translatcd and ulridgcdfrom "Lc Couricr des Etuts Unis. Vienne in Duuphiny, n province of Fnuicc, tho -nncient cnpital oll Tinnsulpino Gaul utidor tho Jlomuns, issituatod on the river Rhone. There, on tho left bank of thnt henutiful atream, isseun u tomb of nn nncient architeoture,which,nccording to tradition, isthetotnb of'Pontius Pilato Pilnte, under wh...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 19 June 1838

in-ti 1 mmmtmtvnmnmi Girl. No sir, Iih don't tnko nny pnpor; luit Mr , wljo lives in lliat liouso acrosa the field takuH it nnd wo borruw it. Wo left thia circlo of intolligent childrcn, nnd proceeded 011 our journey u milo or two, und cominy to a lurgo farm, wo conlinucd iiround it, until wo coino to tho gnte. i' rom oxioiuuui penrunces wo sliould supposo that old nnd young belonging to tlint liouso wero iniuingum. ludy und Fevoral chnrming girls woro tho 011 y inmntes wlien wo cnterod tho litill hy whom wo wero rcccivcd in tho inoHt pohto munncr. A law nninmmi nlnco observiuiona woro mnde, whon n lad of sixtoan, linndsomely clreasod, with it short gnn in linnd, mado his iippeiirance. Ho wns just ininrninir froin nn exciiraioii roiind his futhur's confield. Wo soon dirccted our convorsution to him, nnd in a fow ininutcs d'tscovcrcd tiiat ho wns totully ignorant of the pnasing events oftho duy! When wo npoke to him oftho oxtrn Ses- sion ol Congress, it appuarud as it it wns a sub je...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 19 June 1838

At a maoting of dely from tho Fifl h Con. sres iona! District, lioMen ot Danville on tl.o 14th of June, for tho nuraoso of nominuips a candidate toronroUt ld dhtnotin tho 20 Congross tho rrioenna iivinr boen collod to ordor, Ilon Jason Corpontsr of Waitsfield wna cliogon Prosidont pro tomporo, and Chauncoy L. Knnpp, Socrotnry pro tomporo; wljorctipon, nn nomination, tho conven tion was du'y organised by tho nppointmont of the ftJJowing ofiicors, viz: ilon. David M. Camp of Dorby, Prosidont. Hon Jason Caiipcnter of Waitsfield, ) Vioo Prea Silas Houohton, Esq. of Lyndon, ) idonts. C. L. Knapp. "a . . E.P. Walton, Jr.$Secrolanos On motion it was Ordored, That on the adjoumment of tho inorn- ine srHBion, llio delocatos trom cnch roprcsonted town in tho district incet by towns nnd soloct ono from their nnmber to nominato to tho convcntion a candidate to roprcscnt the 5tli district in Coiigress. On motion, it wus Ordorod, That u committeu ot eovon bo appoint by tlio chair to roport rosolu...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 19 June 1838

Frovi thc 1'ittsLurgh Suturday Eve. Vtsiler. OH! T0UCI1 1T NOT ! By E, BUrkc Fishcr. It weaka tho braln, it Epoils the memory, llasting on nge nnd vrilful poverty : It ilruwnB thy bottor parts, making tli y namc, To foBB q Inuglitor, tu thy frienda a shamo. Jtandolph. 01), toucli it not! ' niid llin inotkor'fi brow 1s blnnched with I'oiirs for hur young, glad boy ; ' Though Plonauru's snnles on ihu aurfnoo glow, Tlicrn iat dnngor benculh, nnd it will duNtroy !' i)ut tlio boy laughs loud, nnd his bright oyoa shino Ah he quafi from tlio bowl tlio rich, red wine. Oli touch it not !' and the vr'ih'ajirst tears Goni tlio laslics durk of n lovt:-lit eyo ; ' Tfaough Joy's bright forrn in the cup appears 'Tis a phuntom wild and will quickly fly ?' But tho bridegroom's nrms tlio ploader cntwino, A lio qunfTs from tho bowl tho rich, red wino. 'Oh, touch it not I' 'tis tho dying sponk9 Her lovo provori truo in that parting bronth ; ' By tho painl'ul past, for your ch'tldren's smkes, Put away t...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 26 June 1838

I ; awnrnmm UY A. G. CHADWJCK. I TfKMft Thk Cai.icmsia' wilt k mMM wklr JHr wim, mr m m Imi UMM MlWniMMX It Will Im ... Jiuri mt. No mmmr will Im 4tMM4iftl until all awMmgea w jmnI, ut M tm 1 jm titior lomary inc. lVnww m immMmI tt tmm numbernf wmIu lHy wth uWir ahftiiiiiH pibliltd, ikTWMm tbey will tw iwmtuM lilt r bid and clmr-wl r4imftr "isTsc v.ia,a ao i. Fitnm tht HC Trmciimt. LAl'RA BRIDGEMAN. Tlmrti nr frw jwrwo, at mM Ht cniuirm Mity, wln kmvtt nH rd or imnl Kn tk W, Jmnb mmi mkmti )irtrd Atm fof Whh, Imm iWt, e i.-i-i.. lui , sw itU Imv vi 1mm m w i ttM hmm IM4t' mf linpriyimim. m smm , m mt Bn.ljfiw, ry pctty r:lUf oft lttoa :w s tkmd fH mtmm, M. ;'.mu ker Miwrf ! Am mrrmumt oi tk M.i.g rlMM iMmmr4 m tmm mkUi AmhmI R r-rs l ifcc Immhuimmi, rw-tlj- prMMwl. mmm- .tt. r wh hr iyi 4hi 4rwin M.I r vm-) wkrrr. 9 k rm mmiHi n tmm mmumm hj im imrk, mnd m -y iftnwNta tn ikMMn. Sk r. rHr, mh! kiMt, d tNrwijc m m BMlktllf tirnMrMrtT. of firafwef, kv f ffr- Hr. mmm, mmI l mmU( tmmimm,...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 26 June 1838

(DoHEfja'CisaEomafl . Tueaday, Juno 12tli, Mr Wobator prosontnd two potitiona, ono from New Iluven, llto other from tliu assoeiatod banka of Boslon, pruyina tho lonotil of thut claueo of llto doposit nct, which prolnbits tho rocoipt by tho trens ury oftho notoa of any bank, whiclV, b'uico Afaron 1830, has issuod notua of u lcsa donominulioii than fivu dollars. Wobstor snid Tho presont stato of things is tru ly singulnr. An ofibrt for a gonoral resumption of Biceto paymouts by tho banks is-making, und about lo bo mado, all over tho country. Somo of tho banke havo reHumod. But now, mr, whnt i's tho nttituclo in wbich tho governmont stondb? ' ... By the now spocio circular lt is prbclnimed thnt npuciu or Trcasury noto.s will bo requirod, udIuds debtora to governmont can procuro notos of a Fpu cio paylng banlt of tho donnrninMion of twonty dol lurs or upwuru" ; whioh bunk sholl not huvu issuod, or naid out, nny noto undur fivo dollnrs, since July, 1830, No postiuustor inny rocoive ntiy ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 26 June 1838

Fon THft CAtKDONIAW. Jtfr.CAaIi&.-I Mkfou-I nsk ovcry oditor to coll tho oltontion of tho publio to tlio dangar which tliroalon. tlio Stato sovoroig.ities. Ever sinco tho cumuioncomont of JacItBon'a ndmiuistrntion a caulious nnd covort procejfl hns bcon in oporntion i.i tho Statos. In tho menni timo loud profes eloat ot rcgatd to thoir rightB hnvo boen constantly mado. Tiiosoprofossiona lmvo doacivod raany ; but jjoiio can'bo doeoiyed who comparo tbom witb tho jneaBuros whioli uavo beon nom tuno to time a donlad. This oncroaohment is uindo upon our lib- erties without oxciling raucli nlurm, partly, boaauso nublic uttontion hns boon so littlo called to thia point, nnd partly, bocuuao tho admin'iBtratton pressea lmvo dono nll in thoir povvor to boodvvinlc tho peo ple. But longor apathy is cnminul. kvury yonr is giving new stretigth to tho onomios of our Stato govcrnmonls. Iuquiry mutt bo cxcitod. Tho warnini!' voico must sound louder nnd loudor. Factsprovingtho chargo ruust bo ctf...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 26 June 1838

LIFE'S PILGRIMAGE. 11V KomtClT NICOLf.. Infant, I onvy thco Thy soruph smile tby soul witliout n stain, Angols around thoo liuvur in thy gloo A lool; ofloTO to gain ! Thy paradiso is modo Upoa thy mothor'a boiom, nnd hor voico Is mimcifrich as thntby gpirits shed Whsn bloswd tltinga rcjoico ! Bright nr tho oponing flowors Ayo bright os tliou, swcot babe and innocunt, Thsy bud nnd bloom ; and strnight their infant hours, Like tliino nro done and spcnt ! Boy, infuncy is o'or Go with thyplaymatoB to t!ie grassy loa, Lotthy biight eyo vvitli yon fnr Inverook auar, And blitlio and liappy bo ! Go, crow thy cuckoo uotes Till alltlio groonwood nlleys loud shall ling, Go, liBlen to tho thousand lunoCul tliroata That 'mong the brnnohoB sing ! I would not sadden theo, Nor wash tho rose upon thoy chook with tenrs : Go, vvhile thino eyo is bright uribont thy kneos Forgat all caras and foars ! Youtli ! is thy boyhood gone ? Tho fover hour of lifo at lungth has como, And passion sits in reason's g...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 3 July 1838

,4. B5T A. G. CH1BWICK. VOJL. JI. WO. 48. 41 TERMS Tiie Caledonian will bo publishod wooJdv at J$2,00 por annum, or at S!l,50 it puid iu advanco. Jf paymont is mudo vvithiu six, montlis from tho timo ol subseribing it will bo considcrcd a8 advanco nay. No papcr will bo diBContinued until all arroaragos aropaid,oxcoptat tho option of tlio puulisnor. O'Advortiscmonta will bo insorted for tho cus tornarv nricos. Porsona aro rcnucstod to stato tlio numbor of wooks tboy wish tboir udvortisomonts Eublishcd, othorwiso tboy will bo insortod till for id and charuod accordingly. OF MASSACnUSETTS, UPON THE BILt. UEPOItT ED BY TIIE CoMMITTEE OF FlNANCE, AND COMMONLV CALLED TIIE SUB-TllEASUIlV BlLL. (Dclivercd in thc Scnate of thc U. S., on tho 28th of February and lst ofMareh, 1838..) Mr. DAVJS suid, tlmt finding no goiitlemim willing to tako tho floor, he would vonture tooc cupy tlio ultention of tho senuto, thougli ho had boped first to henr from the distingnish.ed scna tors from Tonnesseo, (...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 3 July 1838

tlie country. Tlio iueasmo wna conilemnecl ia rash, injurious, uncallod (or,niHl.ncriicl unluwful blow atbusineea from ono cnd oftho country to tlio otlior. Tlie peoiilo iiow bogan to lcnrn thnt tho prcsidcnt holda powcr and influenco wliicb enablea liitnto proatrnto tlieir busincss, nnil tramplo thc undor foot at ploaauro. nn.i.co ncuomiilxil in Ducombor following. vuuui k;o iiuuiii w. ... Tlin niWulnnt wns lifSUtcd tliat l.llO pUbllC COII; iiH odioua, but iio entreaty i.i i.:... .,. -..inv Iiim frino: nowur vvus UUUill HIIIUCU llllll iw ." dcaror and nunrar to hia licnrt tlmn morcy. A hill, introdiiccd to rencnicl tlio incasuio, pus aed theaenato with but ono disscMit.ng vo.ce.am tho hnuso with almost liko nrmnimity. V tl thesonrobfa ofpnblic feeing.nad scnt.n.ont it wont to tho prcsidcnt ibr his signnmre. Jiut it renched him on sorno of tlio last ilay i of tlio sea Kion, and tho scssion iisolf cxpircd beforo tho po riod cxpircd during whicli ho is uutliorizod by tho constitntiori...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 3 July 1838

,. 1 nTilin f"!nnrif1f nn Pnlri IHI'OUTANT. TII0 I"""" - ---- ' otowhoaroalsothoBupportom ofil.o Ad.nhnstrn. ihn filMOWIUK uiiwuiiiuih iiiuuui iui . .1.. ir w to Grcut Britain wlion in nn oflicinl documont ho incp.nJs to npply to llso who favor tho succoss fliborty m Canoda, tho oontomptiblo opitliot of uHtehltsspersonsuj o . ff.,u.i r Rnnrosontativos oftlio U. S: m fiin jjuuau w -w j-. i i A Ilrnnsmit, in complianco with n rcaolution of fllO IIOUSO Ot Ji.OprCHUlllUUVU Ul IIIU 111" IIIBl. IU- noris from tho Sccrotnrioa of Stato, Troaaury, nnd VVnr with tlio docunionta roforrcd to by thom ro ...nxivnlv. It will bo soon thnt tho outrngoa com- ,Lium on tlio Stoanibont Sir llobort Pool, undor i, HritiHli fiuir nt Brockvillo, in Uppor Canmla, hnvo not boon follawod by any domand,by oithor . .- .1 . I ,l,nn, 'I'lioon inilo tiovornmoni ou iiiu uiiiux iui juuiuoo iibu uuto hnvo boon, so far, troatod on oach aido aa criminnl ofioncos committcd within tlio juriBdiction of tri bunnla compotont...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 3 July 1838

Fou tiii. Caledonian. TIS A BRKiHT WORLD T11IS ! When in ohildhood'fl Eunny patlis wo Btrny And rovo in tlio fiolds tho livolong dny In tho sunny fiolds whero tho loaveH are green And tbo nodding wild-floworsnll bright aro scon, And tlio lily wtivcs lior potnlB high, O'or tho gontlo broolc which murmura by, And tho rod-brenst pours hor sWooteRt strnin To the oohocs thut vvnrhlo il bnck tigain When lifo, us firat Iovo'b kiss, is sweet, And pleusurcs f'bndly oach Jiour wogreot, Whon tho heart has i)6t yot lenrnt to iool ThoMights, thnt with ago, will intoilHtcul. No witborcd hopcs, nor pain, nor striio, But all is sunshinc, nnd all is lifo, Wo cry , as wo loap in our funciod biiss, 'Tis a bright world this! Dti. whon thj spring-timo of lifo hatli passnd With all itn joys too bright to last, And tho puro and innocont front of youlh, Thntspake simplicity and truth, Ilath yielded placo to manhood's gathored brow, In lofily prido of hoart untaught to bow, When busy cares nnd swelling sorr...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 10 July 1838

II 1 VVLUf 11 II I YZYnifc. j53T A. DHIAW10K. 'j.;RMS Tiik Cat.kdonian vvill bo publiHhod ivookly nt $2,00 por nnnum, or at $l,r0 if paid in iidvnneo. If pnymont is nmdo vvilliin b'ix lnontlis from tlio timo ol nubscribing it will bo considcrod iie udvnnco pay. No paper vvill bo disconlinuod mitil nll nrrcnragos aro paid, oxcopt at tho option 61' tlm pnblishcr. jjAdvortisomont8 will bo insortod for llic .nns loniury priccs. Porsons nro rcqucstod to stnto tbo ntimborof vvooks thoy vvish thoir advcrtisomnnts nnliliflhod, otliorwiso thoy will bo insortod till for hid and clmrgod nceordiiigly. Of Massachusktts, urorf the him. repoiit- F.l) BY THE COMMITTEE OF Fl.VANCE, AND COMMONIjY CAIiLED THC Suil-TnEASUHY BlLL. (CONTINUED.) (Dclwered in thc Scnntc nf thc U. S., on the 23 of Fcbrmry nnd 1st ofMarch, Mr Prcsident, hnving prcsoiiUid to tho sonotn, yestcrdav, somo of tho londing points of policy tcnding to shovv thut from tho timc it was asccr tuinod tliat tho bank of tho Unitcd Stntes c...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 10 July 1838

Huro slinll tlio Pross tho Pooplo's riglits mnintain, Urinwcd by lniiuoneo nnu. ununucu uy guin Iloro pntnnt Truth hor glnrious procopts druw, Plodged to Roligion, Liborty, nnd Luw. TUESDAY, JULY 10,1 838, JJ)caMicfi'ait5c W 8ai r&oauBSEanti lona. FOR GOVERNOR, FOR LT. GOVEIINOR, UAVIBIfl. CAMP. FOR. STATE TltEASURER, BIBWHRY F. JARTH3S. FOR CONGRESS-FIFTII DI3TR1CT, WltTilAM "EJlPBSiSUVfl. FOR SENATORS. caledonia county. FOR SENATOR. oiilkans county. AUCNDSTWS ym:tG. FOR SENATOR. essex county. gTSjPfllEBf B1MPW1E. DEMOCRATIC W1IIG STATE CONVEN TION. Tlio Democrntic Whigs of Vermont assemblcd in Convontion nt tlio Froo Chiii'ch iu Montpelier, Juno 27tli, pursuant lo tho cuil of iho Stutc Cotn mitteo. Tlio Convontion was called toordorby Willmm Uphnm, Et-q. chairinnu of tlio Statn Cornmittec, atid organized b nppointing Willinm A Griswold, Pres idont pio tcmpore, atid Charlos Ilopkins Sccretary pro tempore. Acommitteo comp'osod of tho following numcd gontlemcn was appointcd to ti...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 10 July 1838

b scarcoly a groaso.spot loft ofyou, 1 want ju t to innuiro a fow thinSs, nnd say fow words about tho8oh.ro torriblo fedoral fidlows, and a wluspor or ao about thnrnare doinocrnts. A fow yonrs sinco and ovcry tlnng, and overy body which oppood Androw Jackson and hia ad. min.slration xru foduinl. Now I linppon to know thut lbi bMo North Star did, yoar aftcr yoar, op so Androvv Jackson I know, nndso doos ovory other i""" 111 Calodonia, Washington, Orleans or Essex Countioa, wlio knows nny tliing of tho poli tic of tho day, tliat tho tickot supportod hy this said N. Star yonr nftor yoar, wnu an opposition tick ot. Did not tho Slnr support Palmor against Brnd Jey timo and again? Thq. Montpolior Patriot olaiins now and ovor, to havo bcon domocratio, of tlio truo bluo Btamp for tsn years past llioy havo supportod difloront tickots most of timo which, I aslc, of thoso is tho fudoral papor? I havo boon taught from niy youth up, to sliuri fodornlism, for niy futhor vvas a goiiuino Bennington...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 10 July 1838

rollTlir. CALUDUNJAK. MORN1NG . O lenvo liiy coiieh of dull ropow Whon Naturo's children all nro lurnod to joy And llio liglil birda from ovcry dnncing bough Pous tlioTull burdon of tboir liearla in song, Aaifcach finy lliroat lloprouched tlio ahtggnrd man, Whcn all whhoiit is wukofulncss aud hopo O lcavo ihy coucli of dull rupoBo. Gomu to tlio BUtnmit oftliu dovvny liill, And strutchiiig cnroloss on tlio grussy knoll, Lay opon ull tliy hottrt to joy. How swcottho balmy brenthiugs ofllio air Tbo frngrnnco of thc .breoy.o, 'Tliogonllo lnurmur ofibo suminor wind Soft sigliing through tlio troua. 'Hlio wnving bough, tlio tnerry woodlnnd song, Tbu verdantcarput arid tlio vatiltud roof, lligh huuveu'a urcli sublimo All thcsu cnll out vvith voico Cloar ns tlie fiory bolt of hoavi'ii, Loudns tlio rolhng lliuudur, Yctsoft and gontluns a fnthor's voicn, Man, know tliy Goi). Junc 20, 1838. KukWiuoims. Foit tiii. Camsiio.nian. MIDNIGHT. Fit linio foi joy wlioa pulsua fondly hout, And ynulh'a g...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 17 July 1838

'T'. CHABWIOE. """" ST; JTOllIVSJSVRSr, TO., JTOY J7, HS8. VOE. 8. MO. iii rgiMytffMrr " ' SFJGECH F . BAVIS, Op Massachusetts, upon the miiTi nnponT- ED BY TIIE COMMITTEE OF FlNANCE, AND COMMONLT CALLED TIIE SUB-TllEASimY BlLL. (CONCLTJDED.) (Dehvercd in thc Scnate of thc U. S., on the 23lh of Ftbruary and 1st ofMarch, 1838..) Having shovvn, as it nppcnrs to mo, ihat tlio nd ministralion could novor havo Hfiriousl v thought of maintuining :ui oxclusivo motallio currenoy, in this country, as it would be wholly inadequnto to tlio public exigencics, and hnving ihown, tliti. tlio cry oi gold, gold, has bcon run-ugninst tho banks to dis crodit thein, I nm constrnined, althougli 1 lioar it declared hore that thoro is nodosire to oiretimscribo tlio action oftho stnto bnnks, tocomo totho conclu sion, tliat tlio ultimato objoct is not uioial, but gov ornmont paper. This is tlio only vvny in which I can reconcile the policy, unloss I imputo to the ad ministrdtion an intelleotual inibeciliity...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 17 July 1838

fect to tho Jokign of tho constitution, contend tliat whoro tlioro isu gonornl powor grnntod, congross linvo tbo functioiia noccsiary to oxuouto tliat pow r, nothing moro. Wo nmurt no right boyond this; but lioro wii find lho aonntor going for povver which !a noillior dirootly gnmtotl, nor cnn it bo derivod or impliod from any thing containod in tho instru mont. Dnos tho sonator menn to gtvo ono rulo or con struction for'our intornsts nnd nnotlior for hia? Is tlio instrumont to bo forood to ita narrowest limita in Its npplicntion to agncuituio, trndo, commorce, naVigation. mnnufacturos, nnd ilio operntiojia of la Imr fnnornllv nortainiriii to tliOBo nroat intorcat? Aro wo to bo doniod ovon a curroncy for uiant of powors, whilo powers mny bo added to our goo gruphicot liinlts without shadow or authonty. Sir, let tno ontreat tlio sunntor and his frionds not todrivouato tlio conclusjon tlint his Bttito-rigli t doctnnea aro hostilo to nll intorcsts but thnt of plant ing; thnt arnost lit...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 17 July 1838

llint tlin Rov O-Wo nro requaiueu 10 6 -;--".-" MtTomlinson, by Bolicitatlon of individuals, vvill jw.h! :ho Mochun f tho school room upon tho p?r:i. ("ij'F- " To tiie Rjcnkvolknt. A young man by tho namoofMarlin has bocn for Bovornl wooks past wanJering about in this vioinity in a Btato' of mori tal dcrangomont. He lias no logal rosidonco in tlie States, & ofcourso no town ia williog to tako tho responsibility of sccuring or providing for him, but ly porsuasion or throats ho is urgod frotn town to town, & from placo to placo, tho aport of somo and tlio terror ofotliors. His hallucinations nro of tho most wild and dangorous charactor. In two in stnnccs ho has gotpossassion of a horso andcnrriago & in both casua haa brolcen tho carriagos in piecoa. At otlior timca hoimnginea himsolf commiasionodo burn cortain d-wulling houses and oven wliolo vil lagos,6o that in sovoral inatancoa it lias boon no cessarto koep a watch during tho night. Thoro can bo but little doubt but his...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 17 July 1838

POlSTIB.'Sr. ' ' From tlio Boston Morcnntilo Journnl. LAZARUS. DV WILLIAM II. TArPAM. Bothany ! on thy aito, ns travollors toll, Rudo nnd forlorn, tlio wnrliko Araba dwoll: Childron of ponury, alavos of miscallod futo," Ono Godthoir God, and Allah thoirs, ns grodt. WIio that survoyn thy misorablo stato, Silcnt and dreary, could supposo that thou, Ruinod and yilo, dospiBed, forgotten, now, ' Wast honorod, onco, with prosonco of tho Blcssod, Salfatiorfs Frinco tlio world',8 negloctcd Guoat? VVIio could supposo, whoro solitudo is wod To doath, that lifo camo springing from tlio dca'd Whon on tho gravo was light of victory east, And ho restorod, wlio had its portals past? And wlio would doom domoatic bliss, so doar To God, oarths chotcost flowor, was culturod horc? Bothany ! name, that cightcon hundred yoars Has tributo callcd of swoot, dcllcious toars ! Dothany! namo at vvhichglad visions como Of friondship, lovo, and aacrod cliarms of home With theo, hovv suroly riso to fancy'a viow, ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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