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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 April 1848

Arrirnl of llic Acadia. FIVE DAYS LATER. FHOil EUROPE. Tho Cunartl tcnniJiip Acndia, which sailed from Liverpool on tlio 8lli !mt., reached Boston last Sunday ctoning. tier intelligence it fivu days later than that by tho Surah. Sand. Knoland anu IntLAND. Tlio mott inter citing news relates to England and Ireland, in loth which countries tho condition of things is alarmingly menacing to tho continuance oi peace. Jfc.ro this, undoubtedly, a demonstration hu been made on both sides of tho Channel, which will bo productivo of important results. Tho courso of tho English Government towards the Chartists at home nnil tho ltopealcrs in Ire land has been of a similar character with that of I.ouis l'hilippe towards the promoters of the reform movements in Franco. Tho prospect seemed, at hut accounts, to bo that tho parallel would bo carried still further, even to actual civil war 1 Tlio London correspondent of tho Boston Atlas, a careful and judicious writer, usually, writes as follows, und...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 April 1848

Stovfcuttucal. Saw Dust! r!ira Cililors: Mncli lias been said in Uio agricultural papers about tho tIuo of saw dust lor manure. I svo or inree years ago a shoo peg, factor was put in operation in this vicinity. Most or tho timber used is bireli, very little whito maple Mr Clark, one of tho most scientific rind practical formers and fruit growers Jn this vicinity, procured a largo quantity of the aaw dust and refuso pegs, he bedded his horses, cattle, and hogs freely with it, and when it was saturated with urine, it tvns shoveled out with tho manure in the compost heap. lie told me a few days ago that it injured his crops more than fifty dollars ; he said it ap peared to burn and dry his vegetables all up, and where lie put the compost around bis fruit trees the toad stools would start tip. I have quite a lot of the saw dust and refuse pegs in my barn yard, I should like cry much to know how In manago it so as to have it beneficial and not injure my crops. If you or some of your corr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 May 1848

wtmflm jJlurmx VOLUME XIV. JKIIATTL.EB ORO, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 184S. NUMBER 37. $100,000 WORTH or Ready Made Clothing AT uincy Hall ! ! rostoiv. The Proprietors of this Kstablisliraenlbave received their SPUING SUPPLY OF GOODS, Selected from tins most reTcbmtcd manufurtortes of Europe fttnl America, hat no on hnd Over $100,000 Worth of Ready Made Clothing! Manufactured expressly for the Sprliip; Trade, made In the best manner and most Modern Styles, which will bo told at !ESS TRICES Thou simitar Goods were ever offered for In thl tiiv. STRANGERS visiting Boston, uid DF.AI.KItS in iir.Aux AiAUi-. ui.ui uiftu, are particular' ly invited to call, as their orders wilt be filled. how ever lam. and at the lowest nossihle nrlcc. With the largest, choicest and cheapest stock In the U. owes, wo can say to our patrons, 03 We are not to be Undersold I ONE FXUCB! And that rruarnntied to be lower than ftmlUr ir tides enn be porchucd forclacwhere,wUch enables the Fanner, Meclianlc and Tradesman to ma...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 May 1848

Cut fray ; tnJ I Hunk God 1 ! uocccd ed " llo Blood undecided for a few eeond. Atlttthettid ... i i "Perhsps y were "8h, "r! ,lld 1 ought lo ask two-pardon. You wire tight, iirnd I xi ai wrong. Vardon roe." . ,i I gate him the assurance he required; and he added abruptly "Thia ii do place for me. Good night, air." So eating, he left the room, and I, from the window, aaw him re-enter the carriage, and drire away, ere J returned to turn the key in Jenninga' room, i did ao, and call ed him there waa do answer. I puahod the door open a little, and looked in. He tiad thrown himaelf into a chair, and was Bitting cloie bjr a table, hia forehead laid upon hia arm, and hia face concealed he waa aobbing. Ho Marled up abruptly, on becoming aware of my presence, and with a tiolcnt effort commanded himself. Mr. ," said he, "pray don't leave me for a few minutes. Mr. , you don't know what I am suffering, and jthat I hate suffered. I am about the most mis erable and unfortunate mortal you eter aaw...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 May 1848

From Mexico. Despatches are laid to lure been received t Brighton Cnlllo Market, Itmdaf, April 27, 1848. At Market 36J Beef Cattle, 28 pain Wotlli.i; WajV.nzton.rrom Ocn. Butler, the Commander. r " , rli.V, 55, R.Sln . ? , ilS in-Chiefln ilexlco, In which ho -ays h lias but 9 Cmi "l c"' 900 BI'Pi na tittle expectation Uiat tuo aicxican mongrels will CaMleA f.w extra 7,M Aral quality $,. ratify tbo Tcace Treaty. Most of the recent ac-1; . .,.. iec01ll on,u1T ic a J6.no. 'count! from Mexico are of a similar tenor. A WorklttsOxTO-i-Salcsat0J,l7S,8M,!ri,lIo, corratnnmlont of the 1'icaYunc. writine? from the iljri. ttio. City of Mexico, April 13, says, however, after Cows and Caltcs-i-Balcs at 190, J25, 30, 35, 0,,' mentioning ui uuia.ur.uiu tumor. uu circum-1 . aunccs that cxiitt "I shall bo disappointed if BheepIau at 2,S0, tut, tofli, $4 ,$4,50 ,J5. CoHiicctlcHl River Railroad. PA8SEN0KII TRAINS run everyday, (Sun days excepted.) as follows t lare Greenfield for Springfield at 8.20 en...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 May 1848

1 . S.. 5 To Spring. Now the wintry signs ere going. Fast from stream and fou and (ret, Wanner lrl r mildly blowing, Spring is lien with lace of glee. Enowl are loir and aunl are high, Where her rosy footsteni flyj W11 abroad her mantle flinging, Ai the angel maid advances, Flowers are blooming, birds are singing, In the sunshine of tier glances. Sonl of verdure, youth and bennly, Genius of the road of roses, Who delay to par tlieo d.ly, Who but In thy lap reposes! Earliest born I thy blush supernal Gave their UnU to Edcn'i Sowers, Cled the globe Willi glories rental,' lotted scenes for heavenly hours. Changeless, though that globe Is changing, Youthful, thongh our forms grow old, As of yore thj feet come ranging, Bringing beauty to the mould, Balm to breezes, fight to ikies, Life and freedom to the fountains, To the woodlands emerald dyes, Moss and garlands to the mountains, Order to uncultured lands, Music to returning birds, Labor to the fanners hands, Hopo to hearts, and cheer t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1848

' -1- ' k f latsI j4w,L,4JaL - .BW ...J.-. -J. . . - .. - ' ... . - i i ii rv in y BRATTLED ORO, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 184S. NUMBER 38. VOLUME XIV. I Agricultural Warehouse anil SEE 1) STORE. NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS. riMIE undersigned hare formed co-jiartnorahlp 1 f.ir thft nurno tif enn-vlnir on tho Mercantile business In ill lurarioui branches, nndcr the firm of PAKKI1R & WHITE, lllnrltstoiic St., KOSToTv. HAVING roniiIelcil their Wflortmcnt of Fimnlnff TooU ami Seed-, IntUe Mi Attention of Knn ert. GardencM ntid ilic ronntry Trade lo tlu If utm-lt, which trill niTurd n choice n o.eiion Mmiy tn tho coantrr. Antony them may ie lumm Green Swaul lMow. Hide Hill mid SuUoll do, Jlay, Straw and Cornstalk Cut ten, Seed Sower, Cylinder Churns, Cultlrntor. Corn Shelters, C 8. L'om-avo Hoe", Ciwt Steel V.xo Hue. AmcV Shored & Spade-, Gut Steel Mimitrct'orki, Hand do. do. Scythe and B mil In, Axe Handles, o. Also, for Gardener and Kummmn, Trnn-plnnttng Trowcli, Grafting Tool, Weeding Hoc, d...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1848

iilenco was necessary to protect Miss Chad, leigli from (hr agonizing degradation, llio appalling ruin, (villi which she had been so imminently, though unconsciously threaten ed. Jennings, it seemed, had actually mar- ricd a woman of very equivocal rank, and moro than equivocal character, in India. There were circumstances, however, which made the validity of the niarriago doubtful, and Ihe woman herself had left him. and formed a vicious connection there; an thai he had regarded the marriage as dissolved by mutual consent, and never reckoned up. on the rcmoto contingency of her turning up, by any accident. By a fatal coinci dence, however, it happened, that, of the few individual who knew of this connex ion, his intimate and confidential friend, Captain Chadlcigh, had been one. Ilia supposed death hiid, however, quieted those alarms, which would have precluded the moral possibility of Jennings' hazarding the audacious step v. hich ended so fatally for himself, and the uneipectcd an...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1848

villi oacli oilier, llonco, innro or 1cm cf recip rocal prejudice! aiidof the existence of In feel inirs toward tnff, I know (by iirivato letter) before wo met, that at lean a part of the C'ulii nct had a full Intimation. " Slill, tlio pronounced misunderstanding lie twecti Mr Trist anil myself cotilil not liaia oc curred, but for other circumstances'! 1. Hit be ing obliged lo fend fonranl your letter of April 14, Instead of dclircrinjHU person, with the explanatory papers wliiclMio dosircil to cranmu iiicatoj 2. Ilis bad health in May and June, which, I am happy to say, has now becomo good i nnd 3. Tho extreme mystification into which your letter and particularly au intorlineation una- tuiuauiy tnrcw me. " So far as I am concerned, I am perfectly willing that all I havo heretofore written to tho Department, about Mr Trist, should bo suppress ed. I make this declaration as duo to my pres ent esteem for that gentlemen i but ails no favor and desire none, at tho hands of tho Departmen...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1848

!iua fw if i jli hj:' v. . Only 'TIiis Once. nT MM ,tttt a, liAlwoywt "Only this" one :" the tflne-f np glowed All sparkling with Ita rnby Mr, The bacchannlian revel flowed, And folly made tlio madness gay. Then In aosoAly, deeply warned, Tlie away Of e oinilcmo rashly spurned, His promise of repentance scorned, AnJ, coward-like, lo'goilt returned. " Only this once:'" tlio tale Is tol.l, Ho wildly quaffed the poisonons tide, With more tlinn Esnn's frensy, sold Tho blrth-rlght of Iiis son), and ifim". I do no(sajl that breath forsook The day. nnd left his pulsea dead, Hut reason In her cini'lro shook, And all the life of life wal (led. Then angel eye, with plly wept, When lie, whom vlrlno fain would fate, Ilia sacred vow so falsely kept, And slrangUy those a drunkard, grave. 'Only this oncol" Bewarel lcwarcl Gaze not upon the blushing wine i liepcl tcmptailon'i tlren mare, And prayerful eek for strength divine. NEW GOODS FOR THE SPRI.X0 CUIIUICXI 1848. MILiLsEIi & WARD, TTAVIXfl ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1848

vttmmxi x r VOLUME XIV. BRATTL-EH ORO, FRIDAY, MY 10, 1848. NUMBER 39; B7. B. $100,000 WORTH or Heady made Clothing Quinoy " Hall ! ! HOSTOiV. The Proprietors of this Eit&blUhment hare itcetrtd their SPRING SUPPLY OF GOODS, Selected from the most celebrated manufactories of I.uroifl and America, bare now on hand Over $100,000 Worth of Ready Made Clothing! Mannfactured express! for the SprlitRTnuIe, made in the bcit manner and most Modern btylef, hich will bo sold at XESS PRICES Than similar Goods wero ever offered for In tliii 8TRAN0E11S Tlsillnsf Boston, and DEALEItS JK UKAUY MAUK ULUTlUNU.are particular It Invited to call, as their orUcri will be tilled, how ever lanre. and at the lowest possible nrieo. With the largest, choicest and cheapest stock In the U. states, wo can say to our patrons, 03s Wc arc not to be Undersold 1 own FRIGE! And that guarantied to bo lower than similar ar ticles can be fiurciiasca lor elsewhere, wntcD cnatiies the Farmer, Mechanic and Tradesman to m...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1848

Congressional l'rocfttllnRS. Monday, May 8. SEN ATE. Mr Dix, of New York, presented tho resolutions of that Stato In favor of tho pay ment of French claims for spoliations, prior to to the year 1800, which were ordered printed. , Tlio bill for tho relief of Yucatan was takon up, ami after some deUto laid on tho table. Mr Cass moved a resolution calling. upon tho President for all corrgjpondeneo relating to lu- C,H6uSElWOn mob"'; the House went Into Committee of llio Whole, and took up the Land Bounty bill, i favor of officers promoted from tho private ranks of tho army, and others rho Commitlco rose and reported the billwithout amendments, and it wss read a third timo anil "'5cJ' Tuesday, May 9. SENATE. Tho hill relating to tho relief pro posed to bo supplied to Yucatan, was debated by Messrs Davis Miller and Nilcs. HOUSE. Tho bill for payinglho Texas regi ment of six months volunteers, was reconsidered, and after considerable debate, was again passed. Tho House went into Commitlco ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1848

bunions. When Iho popular excitement passed away, he rccjucitl tho principal speakers find Agitators to meet him. when lie charged them with treason, ami forthwith hanged them on tho outside of tho walls of the city. Thliisft sum mary way of doing business. Arrival from China and Indi.i contain no ncwi of much interest. The ship Gen. Wood, employed by tho English. Government, as ft con vict transport, was captured by the convicts in the China Seas, and the whole crew murdered. The vessel was afterwards wrecked on the coast 0f Sumatra. Later from Jleilco. lly late arrivals at New Orleans from Vera Cruz, dates from the latter tilaco to the 3d Inst, arc received. News from tho Capital to a late dato is also received. The Court of Inquiry had adjourned, and Gens. Pillow, Towson and Cuah. ing (tho last two members of the Court) were passengers In onoof tho vessels that bad arrived I. v r.i Gen. Scott and statT reached Vera Cruz on the 30th ult., and immediately embarked direct for Now Yo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1848

J- - ."S The Four Questions. Yw..n IxtltM nf fifteen (rets sltrhl of & beau. She scarcely ran peep thro' lhe nicks of her fani Jler heart ail a nuiicr, ner checks an giu", Sho tremblingly limperi out, "Who li the man I Buret twenty baa brought her toyenrt of discretion, cine .miuci no longer, not niters ner pi.n i She thlnll of the pocket, the place, lh;X, , .J1.' Ana ioors rounu tuo circle wu man 1" At thlrtr. rath day that he looks In the mirror, 8he sec. Mfta" mt leaf of tho rose has grown wan i Sees Hie circle of lovers grow thin, ana In terror, She duns tho deceivers nlih "Which Is the man 1" At forty, the changes her tnne, growl romantic, Finds ft pretty to sigh, plays the harp, and look wan) HaunU watering-places, ami steams the Atlantic, For the point of her travel Is, " Where Is the man)" Wedded Tift. TUltKr. WEEKS AFTEll MAIHUAGE. My dearest, aro yon going out t Indeed, 'tis very cold Let me, sweet lore, around yonr neck, This handkerchief enfold. Von know how anxious ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 May 1848

miasSBSsSisssssssaX Til " ' U. VOLUME XIV. BRATTLEB ORO, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1848. NUMBER 40. runnfeUEn kveky Friday oy BOTHER &. FliATT. O. H. I'lATT, EDITOR. OFKICExo. i wnasLEn's stoxi hcildiko, Tumi. To tingle subscribers, $2,00 year. To Companies, and those who par In advance, & liberal By Mr T. K. ItoRTOir, U our Travelling Agent business cards. QUINCY MOUSE. RT jGXJT WUET.T,OCK, Kept on Stria!) Tunperance Principles, No. 1, nilATTLG SQUAIIE, Ofpotitt Braille Street Church, (OtnMO) IIOSTOIY. I1. SIIOA'JfS, MlXUFACTCEEIt A!fD DEALER IN f.tmxY, GtSTLtMr.x's, Misses' ahd Children's Hoots, Shoes mill Ittibbers, Halts UuUding, nearly opposite Smith' Stage House Ii . . M Ii X D , attorney nntt Counselor nt Unto, rRACTIClMO IX THE COURTS Or VE1M0NT AND NE If HAMPSHIRE, Commissioner appointed to take proof ami acknowl edgment of Jceds and other Instruments, to be recorded or used In the State of New York. Agent for the A2tna and Protection Insurance Com ponies, Hartford, Conn. ins...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 May 1848

Congressional Proceedings. Monday. Mav IS, SENATE. Tho Houo bill, providing for tbo belter ventnauon 01 passenger lessen, wai passed. Mr Calhoun spoko nt length In opposition t tho Yucatan relief bill. HOUSE. Tho Llll for rofundino- monies ad- vanccil to volunteers in fitting thorn out for .Mexico was rcsd a third timo ana passcu. A t-tr1til!nn ml adonted. calliiiff on Iho Sec retary of the Treasury for a report of tho amount ol iwtton, upcvio ,"- ..... . England for the last twenty years. Tuesday, May 10. SENATE. Mr Douglass reported tho llll from the House for the admission of Wisconsin Into tho Union without amendment. The Yucatan relief Lill being taken up, Mr Jefferson Davis' amendment that tho President ho authorized to send troops to Yucatan from Mexico, and supply their places with fresh fore st, was retectcd Yeas 3. Nava 2.V The HOUSE was occupied in discussion of me Atavai x cusiun urn. Wednesday. May 1 7. SENATE Mr Miles offered a resolution calling on the Secretary of th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 May 1848

POSTSCRIPT. V Tncn day, 2 T. M. At tho hour of going tu press, no later news was received from the lrcofixo Xationnl Convention. C3T A Mammoth Ox, htiit to weigh thiriy-Jice hamlred youndt, and belonging to Russell IVrry, of l'utney, passed through our illago this (Thurs day) nflcmoon, on Ms way to Northampton. Sir Alt in Kinsley, of lli.it place, is the purchaser. Such a mountain of flesh was worth seeing. C3T A letter was received at tho Stale De partment in Washington on Friday last from Commissioner Sevier, In which ho speaks very discouragingly of tho prospects of obtaining a ratification of the treaty with Mexico. CitLoitornnM nv the Cask. The Medical Ulmcs savs that the Sultan of Turker has order ed a quarter cask 6f chloroform, for tho uso of too ladies of ms naremi I,aw. or 1UILHOAD9 In a case of claim for cattle killed on railroads, that was lately carried un to the Sunrcmo Court, it has been decided that railroad corporations aro not liable In dam ages for cattlo killed o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 May 1848

Dedication Hymn. nr N. p. willis. Mr Willi! says, l the Homo Journal of Dec. It that he "never wrote but ms hymn." It It the fol lowing, and glorious hymn It ii. The perfect world tijr Adam trod, Was the first temple built bjr God His (let laid the corner-stone, And heaved Its pillars, one by ono. He linng Its starry roof on high The broad Illimitable Vy j JIc spread Its pavement green and bright, And curtained It with morning light. The mountains In their places stood The sea the shy and "all was good" And, when Its first pure praises rang, The "morning stars together sang." Lord I 'tis not ours to make tlio sea, And earth and shy a houso for Thee ; lint In Thy sight our offering stands An humble temple made with hands. PUBLIC MANIFESTO! J. C.MERRILtli Having recently returned from Boston, Is now retelling a new and splendid Stock of Spring Goods. comprising .Broadcloths, Casslmcrcs, Silks, Shawls, Cashmeres, De Lalncs, Alpaccas, Prims, Ginghams, Bareges, Hosiery, Housekeeping arti...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 June 1848

-if! VOLUME XIV. URATTLE11 OltO, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1848. NUMBER 41. FITCHBURG! A. J. BROWN & CO. TK VITE the attention of Merrhant to the under- X mentioned, and a great variety of other Qoodi, which they will fell by the package, or repacked, at Most lixtmonliiiury Low Vrlcos crockkky AVAKli. Crates Fleming Blue Ware, diflVrcnt pattern!, very nanaome ana cnenpi " light Blue Printed Ware ( " Park do do Bine Edged do H Cream Colored do " YellowStono do M Fancy colored . do China Ware. I Dull. Broad Gold Band Tea Sets and llatei j " Gold Edge anJ Line do do " Bronzed Baited 1'igt.re do do u Blue do Jo do do White French and Kngliih do do glass fr.aiiE. Cak Tumblers, 2000 dot my chtap ; " DUhca on foot. " do of! foot, " Jewelers' Globes, " Celeries, 11 Jars Glasi Corers; " do Tin do " Preien e dithes, all sizes ; Boxes Solar and Camphlne C!ilmnie, M Salts, Pressed and Cut ; M Egp GIbmci, " Goblet, some very rich Cut; " Curtain rins, " Candlesticks. r&GE2LUAXMUGS AXD VASES AND A G...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 June 1848

T Congressional Proceedings. TurnsDAT.May IS. SENATE. Mr Nilcs rooted lo take up llic resolution which he bad tirCTtomry oflcred. di recting the Secretary of the Treasury to report Uovcr our Javnored mid beloved friend on of whether the interest accruing on the public debt fS.be proudest ornaments of the buro&n family." had tiecn paid in any instance in other funds (Cheers.) than specie, which was adopted. Adjourned i General Scott replied, very briefly, nearly as until Monday, follows : The HOt!SE,t 11 o'clock. was called to Friends and fellow citiicns J You have in order It the Sneaker, and Mr V icfc of Indiana deed made me happy, made me welcome. Since introduced a bill prohibiting the importation of the dav I come even into the vicinity of tlie city slaves into the District -of Columbia, which was 0f New Tork I have been made happy. After TCBU l " ILL- - wu, , ....... der-vd. but 120 members answered to their names. Un motion or Sir Hurt of S. C, the lloue then adjourned ove...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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