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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 November 1844

1 Mr 1 3. y NOT n n glory or o a s a i: n u rr w n l r a n n x: o n n BY II. B. STACY. B II 11 L I N (J T 0 N . V E !l M 0 N T. P R I D A Y. N 0 V G M B E R 25), 1 3-M. VOL. X VIIf....X. 2(5 ft J From tlic Middlesex Standard. I,.U101t. ny cabolInc r. oiine. Ho, ye who nt (lie anvil toil. And strike Iho soundine; llov Where from tlio burning iron's breast, The sparks fly to and fro, While answering to the hammer's rill?, And fire's intenser alow, Oh, while ye feel 'lis hard to toil And sweat the long day through, Remember, it is harder still To have no worl; to do. Ho, yc'whei till the stubborn soil, Whoso hard hand guide the plough, Who benei I encath the summer sun, With burning elicit and brow Ye deem Iho curse still clini;s to earth KronVolden time to now, Rut while ye feel 'tis hard to toil And labor all day through, Remember it is harder still To have no worl; to do. Ho, ye who plough the sea's blue field Who ride the retlcs wave, Beneath whoso gallant vessel's Itecl There lie?...

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. — 29 November 1844

From thoNalinnnl Intclliucncrr. HONOR TO WH3SVLH0NOR IS DUE. Now ili.il the Presidential contest is over, nml the ureal battle has elided ilisasl mti.-ly fur tlio friends of Oiins'itutiniul Rijxlil ; anil now thai t tie suit nf nur ecinniry'H u'lnry has set ir ulootn nml darkness, it is nut Ickh nur pleasure n our duty In lie:ir testimony in behalf nf lhnc who were trni! tn the. fai'h that was in them. Il i nut cmiifjtlilo say that the Wlntr nriy fnujiht utility in llic cause nf principle nml t nil li tlicy did more than rin-. Th-V '.-ave up every tliiiijr In thm'r country, ami did .ill !- r""1'1 tn rescue her from duhg-ors t tint beset her; an which, most unfortunately for hrr poire and iiroperitv, and the happiness of the pnnple, have lit lensrtfi overwhelmed her. They strained every nerve, ami stre'c.hcd every ten Inn, in the li ilit i tl.ov tnileil by day, and watched by ilio camp lires'at niulit ; ant', all was freely done for the honnr ami (.'hirv or the Republic, and for the ...

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. — 29 November 1844

" Iihastus m.iss' iixtatu. STATU OF VKHMONT, A T a session of the District of Chittenden, ss. j -V Probate Court, held nt Ilurlitigtnn within and for mid district of Clutten ilcn, on t lie 26lh day of November, A, I). 1311, present the Hon. Unties llnssell, J 11 lire of sitd Court, comes Truman Sheldon, administrator of the cslitcnf Urns tu Bliss, late of Jericho, in said district, derei-cd, in testate, and files in said court hi petition, in writing, netting forth that the inventory of ihe personal estate pf tho slid intestate amounts tnfTiii.J., of which two hundred dollars has been assigned to the widow of Iho said intestate as her share o( the personal cstiic that the claims allowed liv the commissioners against said cstato amount to S7?3,83t that tho residue of the per sonal estate of said intestate, after deducting that part so set to the widow of said intestate, has been sold nnd the proceeds of such silo applied in payment of the claims so allowed against said estate nnd the...

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. — 29 November 1844

ELI AS LYMAN, Or I IIS for Mill' nil ex ensue .oriinont of pry O ind., foiisi-ttnu of n grcil variety of the Now Sly e (if fl mils to lo I" in I In ihe tu.irl.ot" cil Hi a'nii nml New Vnr, la la - la nre i ore I fur 'lie fur r li or ere ii in i educed p.t-o, nniiMiirxt tii-' will lit' Inmid a v irit'iy nl Alpaeo.i- t 11 t iipw I y ! i" (Inod. lor Ladio' Cloths, Plain, Stupe nti'l l'lnnl. Al-o. (inllu Plnnl", a ii.'iv nrlii'lunl woollen itih tla Inr I Inn'.", Cuinehoii", 1 in. 11. unite, .wcpiiic.-, iiiF ivc. ecc., mr i.iJiei i)ri!'-i'. A hcnutifiil vnririy cif American l'rmi". Am cxtcn-ivo n"ortmenl of llroudcluth" anj Cas im 'rc. Water proofTiviol", Striped do. l'liiln mid I'lai.l S iiiiic'ii', superior n. mint . A lia'itiful nml txon-ito ii-oriincnl Of Winter Vftin.a, Silin nn I Silk Vr'vit ilo. Cotton Cloth 11 liit'a' variety, Wadding, WicLtna. Hailing if-.'. ITmlirrltn. Supciinr (J'talilv of Scotch Oinitliatn While lli.no Miok". Aln, lilac!, Silk l ull reiki-. Also, (JinsJiain i...

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. — 6 December 1844

sate HOT THE G LORY Or C3SAR BUT T M. B WELFARE OT ROME BY II. B. STACY. Now Goods and IVcw Fashions. HHS. H. PHASER HAS just relumed from Now York wilh a full as sortment of l-Vhiomblo JIli.LlNIUtV GOODS, enmprisina Silk?, !ilk Velvets, Ribbons, Flowers, FVntlier'. I.nces, Oyinps, I'rince". Collars, Crnvntis, Olou-s Mitts nnd ntlit-r firm-lei to numerous to spe cify. Also, nil the l.-itcet l"nslnnn fur CLOAKS, DltlSKS AND HATS. Also, a Rnod assortment of Jinn's, Hons nnd Neck Tics, nil of which sho will sell for a small advance on cost. October 31, '44. 22 If MISS C. RANNEY WOULD respectfully inform the T.atl cs of Bur hniitnn nml .lriniiy lint sho hns just returned from New York, with a rich n-sortment of WINTER GOODS. ofthelatC9t stjlcs, consisliim ofready madoDON KKTS, nnd the latest fashions for I)IM2-KS AM) CLOAKS, which -he will nnluMn the newest styles to order. if hrio variety of Taney Whets, nnd phm Blue Hlaek do.; Silks, of nil kimNi Ribbons, of the new est slyli'aj Plume...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 December 1844

WJm IPIBIESS "UNION OF TI1K Wilms, FOR Villi S,VKH OP TUB UNION." Never wiistlicrti n lime when lli! gilbiM nnil patriotic sent iinciu might tilth more foiro Im adopted by tin; VVTiijr p niv, unci llnver, wo believe, ivaq there a t i 1 1 1 f v Ju-ti it was nun it warmly clwi itlicil. Tim Whigs lire not llin iiipii in In' tlrtnitiyed nt .1 defeat anil iillliiniili ilii'v lire temporarily over thrown, by a jrtsi ulir system nl' franll and falsehood, nnil urn mourning nl t !t calamity wliirli Ins twHi Ili'ii tin- country ; set ill when he linn'-shall come fur their further action upon tlin in.'iixiiri's pursued liy government, J (.' tney u ill in- tiiiinil willillii'ir arituir 1111, realty nnil obedient to tlio r nil of duly. They an1 for a season depressed grieved at the de feat of n grout statesman, who was, and U, nnd will lie llie eloquent rli.itnpiiili of tlii'ir policy tint still more grieved at tin; blow which Ins lii-t 11 sliicken 11p11n011r11alinn.il prosperity. Hot, when the ...

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. — 6 December 1844

DtlCT, B. I. HEINEBERG ONCE MORE AT HOME. HAVING become cunvalescont I beg to offer my services to tho community at I urge, my licnltn still being precarious will not allow mo to enter into the arduous (I tics of a public practice, I hnvo there fore opened (with a determination of establishing upon a sound basis) a DRUG STORE under the appellation of II. J. IIEINEOEIIG & Co., to which 1 have attached a Consulting Olficc, whero every one wishing to avail themselves of my profes-ional advice mar consult tno between the hours of 9 and 12 A.M. and 2 and 9 P. M. My medical career is ton well known in Burlington. &c, to req liro comment. The selections of the numerous Drugs, Chemicals, Instruments, &c, have been made by myself from the first and most eminent houses in New-York t my purchases being entirely for oa-h wo shall be enabled to offer to the public Roods that cannot bo surpassed in quality, and at such prices as cannot fail to plcaso Having engaged the assistance of n...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 December 1844

To Mcrchnnds and I'cdlors. rilHH sub-cribcr ftti nn harJ X 5000 Webster's Spelling Hooks 1000 Adam' Now Ar Ihuietie, 100 Key lo i'o do (liar Teacher-) 800 I'uier-on's First Class Reader, 500 " second , " 500 " thiul " 51)0 Porter's Rhetorical Reader. 1(10 Mitchill's Orography iind A'ln', jOf) ' I'riinnry fur children. 200 Smith's lirntiiniur, MO S-i i' " ( tis' !' li-lii-a.) 50 Parley's l irl and I Hook orilisdury, 100 K binder's S.iol'ing Hunks, 100 National " " 100 Noilh AnirrHin " 1UU 1,11111 irris AiiMiiMiui, ,,, i li-iile nil iIiimIi 'ercnl vermes of Schorl lJookiised i.. ".I.:. .in,, nml it,,, sln'o ofNo.v Vcirl.. -Ilch 1 Dl.'- tionarie, II Mom-, 1'cn.riaphv of llie Heavens if-e., vv Inch he Is bound lo sell ns cheap n I In? cheapest i i :., ..r,l.r tn mtiki. ii e.i-v fur I I'O ti'ireha-rr. I will t.i e Paper I! in- in payment fur any ol'lho al.oxe books, if " icrcd "l I lio rn ir-e of two or three week Irmn this time, nn lthe 1iUhel price paid for them. So sen I in vonr Hiss ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 December 1844

irate N. O S T II E GLORY OF C 3 S A K DOT T II D WELFARE OP ROMS BY H. B. STACY. Hiiririiii? &-c. M ANII.I'A Uiiirniz, common nJ Hawser laid, Tarre.l uo oo uo Mnrlinp. 11 iinbruline, Sp m Yum, Deep t.1 Line, Cotton Ynrn, P.vl , do n.wqin; lo Se'ne ilo Whipping Jo Oikum, Tur, Pilch, Hus.'n &c. tie., for ale hy FOI.I.F. IT, UtlADLEY & Oo. Soulli Wharl, Nov. 23, I3ll. 86 'I oliar.co and SniilT. . npiIR s-iWri' er o ler (nr -nit a laree anil complete J nor inent nt Tn'iawo. nt a mall advance Irom jut, amnni which may bo found the following cele UaieJ Irani'. Bonn's 5. Dei in fif'een po'iml boxes, War I's 8-. do do do Chamber' 8'. S nn'ry's 8. Maloite' 5. Irvine' Ss. An'ernii's 5: Lee' 1G. Crimp's 1G. Tempter' IS. Deen & lirowit's superior Chewing Tobarea, Diivun's i!o do Room' do do rhapnmi'a do do The NK PU'S ULTRA Cavendish SmoUng i'o to vvhuh vrc would invito particular attention. ALSO. Ronnie's Rose scento I Moccol.oy Sn iff, d- cx-ra S.-oleh do Venn's do do do FOt....

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. — 13 December 1844

Iiippv Id inform vmi that no sticli Invasion has i ill; on place, mill I trust that, whatever your action ni.iy ho iipnn it, Mexico will sea thu im portance nf deriding t lie nutter by a resort to peaceful expedients, in prefcrenro to those of arm.. The decision of the People ami the StntuF. on this ureal ami inlerestinir subject, has been decisively niani Tested. The question of annexation has been presented nakedly lo'thcir consideration, llv the troalv itself, all collateral ami ii:ciiluntal issue?, which were calculated to liviilo iiud dstract the public council.", were carefully avoided. Tlicsc wore left to the wis. d in of iho fiiluro to delorinino It presented, 1 repeat, the isolated (iieslioii of aiiiicxntion ; ami lu that form it has been submitted to the ordeal of iiublic sentiment. A control linn ma I repeat nmv, lint I then ! jnrity of the People, and a large majority of the ' , r 11 i l..i.. i - ,i....t i !.. r.,.,,- r !,.., ,ti ,i tmma, imu uuii,it;ii in i.ii.'i i.i ii...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 December 1844

'In tills village, on llic llhinst,, Mrs. VerxoxHaii 'Kiotton of a son. B fi ffl, 'In this'town, on Wednesday morning, the Hon. HF.MA'N ALLEN, former member of Congress from litis district, aged 63 years. In Richmond, on tlio 23th ult., I-iyY Steves?, daughter of Charles Stevens, dec-Cased, in llici 29ili year of licr age. Forbear my friends to weep, Since death hath lost its suing, Those christians that in Jesus slctp Our OihI will with him bring. !ln Shclhurn, on the 27th ulto., James Dunn, Esq., aged 73 ye.irs. 'In South Hero, Oct. 1st.. Wit. La.ndov, Fsq., aged 39. Mr. Lnndon's i'lncss was long, hut ho bore It with firmniss and died with n bright hope of cternnl life through Jesus Christ. Ho was a man uhowns worthy of the respe 't nnd confidence of tho commu nity, nndsmjoyed it tichly. Printers in Conn, are re quested, etc. COOICR, FfRLM) &CO. EXPRESS LINE OP U. S. 2VZAIX. COACHES, Krom BCRL1NGTON, Vr, to ALBANY, N. V. 'I'irougk in day and half. "MO OK 13. I'll. 1,1) Si Co. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 December 1844

For Sale, TTUK place occupied l.v O. M. Lane, w Mi n ci nicntent lion Pi-It, on M illicit nml Hum. n good Garden. Knr particular cnoiiireof tin- s id it!' vrl U. M. F.o,iihoiu-eiiii-.,. I.IU3MUS CHAPI.N. Will-i-ton, .Nov. I 1. 18U 20aG St lived or Stolen. T7ROM 'hecn'-liisurnof llenrc snitm.iu. a den rut JL if ml I'ow.i'ijl'l it 11 i i vraVs nld.1ie.ivv will cnlf. hml n long tail nn l ihccu IsVl her bonis Wi re .awcil o I. v hoever will H-turn mid low, nr give inlorma tliin where .he nny It found, shall be ninpl v conijien. tatel. n-iiliiigton, Nov, St, IS14. If Rod nml Wiiiln Cedar Posts. t FEW for jalo hv I 27 IIRINSMUH & brothers. Tho Boards arc Uoady." iTY Customers doii'i seem lo have mien the hint. 11M. I don I lii)ilrrtnl lhi Im-ine-d. All mv ac- coun's inu.t Ic-lrnilitenel out by theJirW of Jjnu ary or llicy will he letl with an Altcrnev lor collection PHl.NEHAS NASH. Uiitliiulon.Nov. 29, ML 16 if WONDERFUL DESPATCH, goods cheap. CJlNCK theresilt of the GriMt Presidentia...

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. — 20 December 1844

I n n GS.ORY or .sAn'nuT t lu b w e f a n b NOT n o r.T n -.a BY H. B. STACY. B II II L I N fi T ON, V E R M 0 N T, F R 1 1) A Y, DEC E M B E R 20, 1841. VOL. XVIII....N0. 21) si X HARD WARE. S Tit ONUS & CO. now nllt-r purchasers nn ex tcnsiie nssoi uncut of shelf Hardware, consisting in pari of; as follows, to wit ! House Trimming. 1.10 Dot. Wake's Latches, ussotted 9izes. 3'jl) it.iz. cast and vr-1 iron, mr. nnil broad Uutts, 1200 gnus American " Premium" Screws. Waku's I'.-c Helicon Latches, with brnsi and rose wood knntis. Pierpomt if- Ilotchkiss's Mineral ICnnb,n new anil beautiful unods, with full plate, half plate, and bronzed cscu chenns. Illake's Mortice "O. JC 1 Locks. 1 & II.' Mortice Locks nnd Latches, Mortice Latches, and stop La'chrs. Do. Cntla-o Loiks and Latches niul Cottage Latches wi h niincrnl and I lass knobs. Plate Lock plaied, I ra-s, bronzed, and Jet Key hole I's iitchcnns. Patent turn Un ions. Jap'd, Mahogany, tlrassand Glass Knobs. Brass and Jananrd...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 December 1844

CONOKESS. i Monday, Dec 2 l.i tlio Sennle, only 20 members were pres-nit, but this, tlimiili not h majority of tho whole, was a tn ijf.rity, oxclu dim; tlio vacancies liy float li ami resignation, ami tliit body projcudod to ths opening bust. IICU tlf till1 SUHSIO'l. Iii tlio House, 17S members aniworeil tn t lie? r names. On the usti.il motion fur tlio appoint, tnntof.i Uh.ip!.tlii, Mr l'ottil of la ol.joclcd, nu J in a studied speech proposed an amend, meat, tlut tliu Chaplain should be piid liy tlio members. Mr McCutmoll, of Al.i.. moved tlm previous i ii cstion o.i tlio amendment, and there waa .1 second. Mr t'ottit railed fur tlio ayes mid hops, and they were ordered ; ayes V.0, tmes 15'.!. Sb Iho ameiidnient was rejected, and tlio origitnl resolution ndnptcd. 'I ho mntiiiu of Mr l'ettit (who, it is alleged, is an avmvcd atheist, was virtually to dispense with relit: ous sent ess iti Congress, although Ids resolve wont fur tlio payment of the Chaplain by such members of Congres...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 December 1844

07- Mr. C. S. Chase tins been clcliverinp leclurcs hero for a week or Ion ilnj s past, on Mesmerism, Aniniul Magnetism, or, as he calls it, Pathethm, Not being skilled in lliis wondrous scionco, we are not capable of jtiilgicg how far ho lias iucieoded in liis cxnerinienis, or whether 1 ' I .i .i i . i t ..r .i. mrjy can jusuy uc reparueu ns irsi hi urn truth of the science. One thine is (run, ho has had full houses, night nfier night, and his audiences havo pulionlly striven, in the face of cvciy discouragement, to fall into tho pa thetic state. Some have succeeded, and been experimented on with various degrees of success , while cithers, donbllcst from n nredisnnsilion to skrnticisni. have remained X 'as usual." In spilo of ovciv effort. Wo lin.ir Mr. f!. Iia nrndiiced narnl vsis of the jaw in sevor.il cases, so that teeth liavo been extracted without pain. V havo not, ourself, enjnved that luxury. A gentleman upon whom Mr. Chase operated at Jontpn- lier, being accidentally in tow...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 December 1844

GliEA T INDVCEMEN'l S CASH PUUCIIASISKS - - AT LOVELY & SEYMOUR'S At (heir N HIV sTdltn a ilnurs North of tliclr Old Stand. w 1IO air now opening a Large assorts III I'M I of STAPLE A NI) FANCY DRY GOODS. Which have Iwn Imvjlii s we llic grrnl I'.ill .f jiri cc.s in market. Pura,i icr nre limed m mil aad sati-fy ihoin clvo. ilmi they will Ic-oll nt lower price- limn can lo lough! in this iiiul,et, Anion'; which an' FOK cr.O.W'S AND DRF.SFS. Vitv rich inlU'rn Ciishmcte., Cn-hmore d' Fcos.e-, Oilibto Slim , i'lnri Dilm-l s, Ca lmm. Pii-cdn'-, Allfjlinn fn t in , Citiirli'iin l!r'..'iide-, Vc vet le I,uuir, Cnpo ile Lames, Mit-lui ilu Lumps, Plain ninl I'a'iinil ( Iicik- nil i nn-, Prune I V f I , I f cil i.i n , rh'g.nnd watr'd, I'.itninciln", Itnni lii,Tlii' im Olo h", French an I nii li Mcminn-, Mai Cashmere do Ken-c, Rich, P nin nn I "St i ipo 1 Ajpncca-. Various shade, t'uli nil iln,, l.'ai'l; niiil llluo Rind, tin., Sill; and Cotton Wmp-, Hhc'f and tllitc llhc' lionibn mc nml...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 December 1844

- 'V." 1 MOT TUB GLony OF c .e s a rt D C T TUB WBLFARB OF ROMS BY II. B. STACY. n U It L I N 0 TON, V E It M 0 N T, F RID A Y, I) E 0 E M B E 27, 184-1. VOL. XVIIL...N0. 30 HARD W ARE. OTnoNfJS Ai CO. now 0II1T purchasers nn ex- iO tensive nssortincnt of shelf Hardware, consisting n pari 01, as follows, to wit : IIiiiki- Ti-lmintncc. 150 Doz. Ulnke's latches, assorted sues. 330 doz. cast nnd una iron, tnr. nnd broad Iiutts, 1200 gross American " Premium" Screws. HI.IKO 3 I'i-CIUCIlCUIl UaiCUCS, Willi I'luss unu iu wood knobs. ....... i Pierpoint if- Hotrbkiss Mineral Knob, new and beautiful Roods, with full plate, halt plo.li-, nnd bronzed escu'clienns. tllake's Jlorttco "O. K 1 Locks. , P. & ll.'s Mortice Locks and Latches, Mortice Latches, and stop Latches. Do. Cot lace Locks and Latcbc, nnd Cottage Latches wiih mineral nnd I rass knobs. Plate Lock plated, Ita'S, bronzed, nnd Jet Key hole Ksiutchcons. Patent turn nations. Jnp'd, Mahogany, Brass nnd Glass Knobs. Hrass nnd Jnpa...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 December 1844

' OONOttUSS. Sn.VATU STAND1NU COMMITTERS. On Foreign JrWad'oiij Mc-srs An tier, Vn tier rim, lia Buchanan, Pa Morebiad. Kentucky and Choatf, Mas. On Finance Mcssn Pv.ins, Met Crittenden, Ky ; McDuftV, tfCt lliiiiiinjloH.Ct Woo.lli irv, N II. tin Commerce Mtssrs liniilinnton, (.'I i Harrow, Li Wood ri '(.-a, .Mich? Ilaywuud, NC H'ujici.of ISewr nik. On .Manufactures Memts Simmons, H I Ar cher, nt Miller, N J j lluch mam ftili.1111, Vn. On Avrtritllitrr Mi sr! 1), hum, Vl Hales, Ms) 8'ureeon Pn j Scnip'c, II ! Aichr-on, Mn. On Military AjTiirticfT3 Crilloiiibn, Kru'y Bciilnii, Moj llarinw, Lij Koalt-r, Turin Afhlcy, Atkaiuis. On .Militia Mrsrs tlirrnw. I,i A It',), Atk'j Scinple, lilt ('litfitld. Me; Atchosnn, .Mn. , On S'aral A fairs Mosis llayaid, l)i I'carce Mils llui'cr, a i ; Johnson, t.i I K kins in, Pf V. On Public I, nulla Mes's Wooduridee. Michnrnn ! rtiMps, vtj vvalKet, .ll.s Jarnitfin, Teiin i More hcml. Kv. On Prirnle ttwd Chimt Mcsns Henderson, m.-s iirccse, in i-tirce, J...

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. — 27 December 1844

well anno J with firming, bltnlccons anil stones, nil Inuk possession of tho Pulls. 'I'lio 6cver.ll L. S. P. associations came down, both hnrso and fnot, and drove them after a desperate lijrht, from the pound, and along tlx neighboring Ireett. 'I heard pistol shots fired in all direction?, nd the "L. P. SV on returning, showed marks of the deadly nature of the striijjcle. t saw a fine young man, a son of II. Griffin, Esq., No tary Public, most awfully Injured by blows on the face aud head, and another poor fellow was hot through the neck, and has since died A youth of the name ol Johnston, was fired at from a house, and killed on the spot, and when the 93d attacked this building, its inmates had the hardihood to fire upon them. They nreall taken prisoner, and although none were killed, sonic showed must ghastly tokens of the rough hand ling the enraged Troops' gave them." Jack Downino's correspondent at Wash ington, SAitoeNT Joel, gives ubout as good an analysis oftho rorrespi'.ntl...

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. — 27 December 1844

HOW TO GET HEALTH! rfttTiMI.-UiVll.q nt nc-" rnnllnnc to lure them. T...U-... f v..i.uli- luacLu-lu, rlu-itnmlic mice ,Ll md no e.Mivcness, lun.ienKa, nnd f' ' f e indieuliou- t.riho I ody of llio I lood 1, '"'. tt, simply by .pr-o-rritiKly using '"SartVa Icu-fiaM. tnfrcrtn Ws, mi long n "y .-) iii!fm Hi derangement in ntiy iirgnn remain. Olli-n, I y mlu ittng Ibis c mure, which experience bus nmed i according Id nature, II I cing merely nssirt mg Iiit, have many In a few day Icon re-lored Hi health, who t lit for llrandielb's Pills li.ul iucn rick fur mouths. The fu'iic nf tin ineilicinc is indeed I c yond prim. Agents. 27mG rf. E. II wvnr.l, Burlington, 1'. 11. Oivhi, llichiiiand, J. Tuu'c, Kox, Geo. It. Oal.cs, Jtricho, J. II. Tow it, Uinls'iliill, Geo. Aire-, Milimi, It. Sander-on, Wn Milton, II. II. Mine, Wc-iford, .Morton f Chart-, Will'sion, jMnrou. (lull, Hinc-burgh, .1. H. Mum, SMI, ,, J. .11. Staple, Cliiulotlc. Heavy Hardware. &.c. ANVILS, Vi ,., Hra. KVtli-, Hooks nn...

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