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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 January 1845

' . V "--. mi , , . T nn or noma- BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, J A N U A R Y 17, "isie. vol. xvni....o.:w ANNIVERSARY OF THE NEW ENG LAND SOCIETY. Tlio anniversary of dm Landing 0f llio ilgrims nl Plymouth, ,wns celebrated hy llio New Eng,,nil Society of New Yolk, on tlm 21st tilt., willi even morr than its usual inlcf est nml enthusiasm. Tl exerci ses at llio Tiiliyrnnclo, notwithstanding tlio extreme Inclemency of tlio ueiillirr, nrn'i fltlcntletj hy ii very lurpo -issemtily, nml were of tlio ileepost iiti'iost. Hon. Mosr.s II. Ghinnt.i., 1'irsidi'iit of tlio Society, occu pied the ilmir, anil mi openion Prayer wik nmdi! by llio Hev. iIr, lirure. Several Odes were sunn in an HtluiiraMo manner liy Mr., Airs ai,, JSS Pearson. Mr Timm presJileil at the orgd'h, mn nvtril oilier gentlemen nnd Indies lent tlieir aid in tlio luutitx, ,"n- lion of the exercise. The Oration by Hon. Gr.otton P. M.nsn, of Vermont, was one of tlio most powcifiil and polishi-il productions to ...

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. — 17 January 1845

sr.'TCJjr?""0' "" civil K I'uhl l"fOllMllu,i.,,, nt !V'11' 'W' I ""IB "HI Ull V 1 nil iho I ir. lira- iiJtlie cr.xipr c0l,Z i "P"r"iu". mid Hie swciru """1 IS no longer . u H , -.. 'wns, iiiiioiu was somclimes ntlcmntMl i.. ,t i '"-''Stance indeed h superior .kill he nimhen.as of tha c'u. ch, wln3u',lc, "v'0,'1 ,y bunders will, the shout of the r J, ." lliem d.nvn,' never filled to triuim.l. '" '"'"Pl'd nt, il.,ri,ned and .'p.!,"" 'y , .'u historians still trcnt these V ofTonffl' Tin w.niiftih. wrfihinw of tho worm that i, ir d--.. uirtTa 'rca&ohiiijii; instnuctions, instignted ly the hope of iundcr and rapine, and aggravated by every rrimc lli.it disgraces humanity. In nil tin se (Untitles, vvo scarcely find a tingle rcclcsiasttc nrraved upon itic sido of mercy, scarcely I ,,"l"""''.1 ni!voeale "r 'he tisliia of man. l,it .i... t.i."j ;.v, i 1M; 1 "Lrt ,a ut to this .1 .ml.., "r l'ro8'9ive, which wars will, llii. sicred. 1 .1... i. lr,i 1. . I t '-a. -."i i, mmi .i a nn nn-b n....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 January 1845

IN GOMMUNhUATIO.NS. Mr. Stacy : The Acclianic's tnslituto Is Indebted to the lion. (Jen. P. M irsli for 6evcr.nl public documents of a scientific nntl Flati'tinnl character. Ono relative to Prof. Morse' Mat' netlc Telegraph has just been received. It contains many interestinjr fclnerv.rtiims and facts. 'I'ho Prnf. propose to tell out Ills inven tion to C'lvcrnmenti and have the whole conn- try icircd together, to that events tranpmni: in KMsine. Missouri. I,nui,'mi.i. Washiiiiitun, .tc, A.L. rrtav be simnllanetmslii known in each and all places together. When Ben Prankltn bottled Ihnndor and Jifrhtning people Mured wonderfully; but tlio tlcaol cliarlennj a slrc.iK 01 iigntinm; to t any ktuail, was lelt for these latter limes. on. ' eld Solomon would Mill stick to it, mat h nothing new under the Sun J iMurso relates t lie lollnwini: tinccunii-, her fads, to illustrate the operation of lipli between Wii'shinglon ami mm- Itaucu forty miles. hot, n deserter from the U. S. ilun 1 enn- PK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 January 1845

; SK-'1 HOW TO (JIOI' II K A 1. Til rpilOUSANDS ot person- eontlin o to cure then i i'liiM of cough. ,ci 1 1( l(, i.u'ln, rlii' mini ic n lec tion., sin ill pox, measle-, co.iivcncss, lull onza, nml lie. llllt of lilll-l- ill llctltlonsofthc I ndv of ilic I looil lii' nj mil of order, nn,ilv 'y per-oionnglv using llrandrcllt's IVjt.iie I'nh trsnl Pills, mi lonir 11 any yiiip'on. ol ilertngcnicnt In uiiy organ remain. lien, I ya In 1I1114 this i'ii tr-o, will 'h'cxpci icncc has proiel 1 11 vni hug in int'tie, 11 ! ring merely nssit In J her, hive nuny m a low il.iv I ecu riMnrcd In IiimIiIi, uho I hi lor llraiidicth's Pdls li.nl In r 11 sick fur month. The vii'iii? nf this ini'ilicini! isiic'ecd I o- yun.l price. Agents-, '27uiG S. I-!. II war I, I, iilinglon, i:. It. Uiceii, J. Tiin'o, Oco. II. Oul.cs, J. tf, Tower, Oco. Aire, 11. S'iii hr-oii, II. II. Mini', .Morion .p Clark, Marou. Hull, .1. II. Mum, J. 51. Staple, Hicliinaud, .1. I Ir llO, Ulldeilllll, Millun, Wc.l Milton, Weslfu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 January 1845

1 NOT THE GLORY O F C A! An OUT TUB WELFARE OF ROMS BY II. B. STAGY. B II It L I N (! T 0 N . V E It M 0 N T. F It I D A Y, J A N U A It Y 21, 1815. VOL. XYIII....X". M ITAUD WARE. STHONtlS CO. now oiler piircha.crs nn ex tensile assortment of shelf Hardware, consisting In part of, as Mlow., to wii i House 'I rlrimil ne;. ISO Doz. Blake' I.itchcs, ns.oitcd si7.es. 330 doz. can nn I wroi iron, tnr. and liroail Bulls. 1200 nus American" 1'rcmtum" Scicws. Ul.iko's K-citclicon Latolies, with I rnss and rose wood knobs. Pierpoint if- Ilolchki's Mineral Knob-, a new niirl beautiful Roods, will! full plate, hall plate, and bronzed escu'ehenns. Illako's Mnrlice " O. IC 1 I.oek. P. & H.'s .Morlico Locks and Latches, Morucu Latches, and slop Laiclnn. Do. Collate. Locks and Latcho, and Cottage Latches wiih mineral nnd brass knobs. Date bock plated, I ra-s, bronzed, and Jet Key hole Bsoutchcons. . Patent turn Millions. .Jap'd, Mahogany, Brass and Glass Knobs. Brass nnd Janancd Cupboard Catc...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 January 1845

. C 0 N (iU UliS. Knutin.Wi Jan. 11. TI.e Sonato did mil nil t -tl. y. ! I ( tic- Hoimp, to ihy, the mornim: hintr wn "iinn'"l In rpceiviiii lepurls Irum the dam "Diniii'ltc"-', am in which vtoie many ne ni n piihl c iiinl private n.it n re, which we'e v i twice and relorrod III tin! usiiil way. The iM then resolved H-"ll .i I'mnnii'loo n Whilomi I'll s'.i'.e nf iln IJ H..II. .mil re ' 13 I I'm C'iiisihr.itiu i nf llie j mil minimum. ill - itiiirx itimi Hi l'i"c ii. ,lr. K 'imi'ily, hi . ' )., .l.Mieiieil tli" ni inn, I'oi! in nii'inliiiii ii ' " meiure, nnil Mr Mii-p, nl I.i. -pulit! Ml I'f ' 'ir. Mi- Tib'ntt-. nl Kn uckv, I'lii.iim'il H,e :'i ami ill j i'ii ii ii lli 'u ims in I M juried pro , c.-if. I'lie llii 1st thou .nli i irui',1. MoNVAV, .1 in. 1:1. !.1 the ).', af'er ill' re id n.' "I Siturtliy's ' fill's Mr. Iv'iini'il.' "I' II illmt'iri', mule .in vol malum tel i'ii e 1 1 ii 'tin' miri'iiri'i'iit.iliiin ' urn speech mi l'".i. in S itunlt) V (ilnlic n. ! ur! iili'ch i"irie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 January 1845

SEARCH FOR LO-JV TUEASUIU1. A vcsfd belonging to a company of gentle men of this city, fully equipped tvitli n iliving bell, cubmaritio nrmor, anil sufficient Immls tn work them, under tho Mipttriiitcn.liiiico of a pr.ic Ileal engineer, recently luftllim port for the is land of Sl.irgorita, near Cummin, Inr the purpose of recocrinir tho mililnry i-fiesl mill oilier tnaa. Ure andtorcs l,nt liy'llm fiiiiiiileriiiir nf llir Spaniah BO sun eliip "San Pol mile Alc.iiilnr.1." The San Pctlro was one of a law fli'i't of hipi.of.war and tMimporls wliirli tMili'il from Cadii early In 1915, with an army of 150(H) men, to reconquer the rcvnlli'il province nl tin' Spanitli Main. Heing the Admiral's slop hihI larfrmt In the pqtt I'lrnn, in Iht hitc cnlrusted all the treasure and military More? ociesfuiy for an expedition of c urli in.nxtiiltidi. The loss of tins chip occurred in April, 1915, at nnnndav, within a league ol the island, ami in 10 1-2 fjliiom? of water. 7'olhii (severe cA mi. itv arc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 January 1845

KU't'Ill.K'ATION OF T'li: IiOiiilon, llilinlitii'jjli, rui-rin, AVI) West minster tiiii(!iiy REVIEWS. rpllF.'r. 'IiiiiWI worUrnntinueia le re-reprint- I t'tl ill litis ftiiMlitl-f. itnmit Ininli- nit tlit-ir !i 11 1 1 1 ItJ' the Hri! ii-li frtrninr-r, nn I rmi'ifiil vln:c piper nnJ n n rle.ir new type, iri'-t'tilin in a neat nn 1 t'tmve. n ent furiii usact I'opits yt Iho Originnl Hlrlnn. I-.ieh lieview is iultti-hel .fpnratfly, so that ml,. n-rncr fun geieei Horn I lie htiu nny they mny pio Irr, or nt ty ta'.u the wliuli; tcnellier, the tiii'i.'. lin j S" arMiiiml at lu lual.e it on o'jeet to nJopt the 1st ttr coittse, T IMS .Its. I' 'r any one He; iew , 83 00 l'r 'my I wo Uet'.'eu-, i CO IW any thau t'o, 7 00 Fir .my to ir ilu, S U0 V. llAlttll.ViTON', Atmt. II irlinsl'' .00, M t. groceries. 20 'lhtl'. Pint llieo nml St. Croi Srnrars, 3J Panel. Wolsey h VoUcj' Lu.il', CruihtJ anJ I'uuiiere iiio. 10 hlits. .Mu'n-e-.. ll'O nhea' lly-im tf!.ln TVn, IIHI Hull' " Yimms ilvswi " -: ll.m-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 January 1845

fmmmmmmmxasxammmnmmtmaamivtm 1 .1 n i ''''ll'lt'Tl''''""T7!"1W,"W'"T"JW wnniiwm " 1 J 't'ptu.nar''T't iiMUBW wrMinwww imwi mi Minn niwm s i WM ,mliwt0it fern ftes NOT T II S GLORY OP CSSAR BUT TUB W E I. F A It E Or ROIYIB BY II. K. STAGY. K II R L I N G TON. V E It M 0"N T, F R 1 D A Y, J A N U A II Y I845.' VOL XYIII....X0. r HARD WARE. STHONCit it CO. now oiler imrcliascrs nn ex tensive assortment of shelf Hardware, consisting in part of, as follows, lo wil : House Trlnimliiss, ISO Doz. Ulaku's l.itchcs, assorted sues. 350 dux. cast and wrol iron, inr. ntut broad llutts, 1200 gross American " Premium" Screws, lllaltc's -c! 1 tclicou T.alelics, with I rasa and rose wuod k nulis. Pierpotnt if- Ilotchkiss's Mineral Knob,n new and beautiful goods, with full plate, hall plate, and bronzed escutcheon.. ItlnUn's Mortice. "O. Jv ' t.neks. "IV & II.'sMortico Locks and Latches, Mortice Latches, ami slop I. niches. Do. Cottage. Locks anil Latches anil Cottage Latches with mineral and br...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 January 1845

vtmw mmm OONGJtESS- SATur.DAv, Jan. 18. i nn Senate illil not not sit tu-day. Tho lime of tlio House, till 'J o'clock to.d.iy, xv.is occupied In tho consideration of private bills In Committee of the Whole House. At that hour the report of the Committee on At; founts in the ease or Air MrNulty, dork of the llniioo, rani'! up arrotding to postponement, Mr Taylor, clialrumi of the rnmtnitlco, Inform ed the Ilnuse lh.it the rmntnitleo met this morn, mgat 10 o'clock, but that Mr McNully failed to appear before them, lie hid, however, sent Mr Kershaw, his accounting i lok, to them, with a number of paper!--; whli-.li they hid not tune to examine bo an to make a report to day, but wishing to have some Inform itinn tngive to the House, they had asked Mr Kershaw if he know Whit had become of tho unexpended bilinro nf the contingent fund, whether it was de posited In bank, or in thehands of individ uals. To this Air Koiihaw answered that Mr McNully must answer that question !mnclf. Alier tom...

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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. — 31 January 1845

COMMUNICATION. Alabama, A gentleman nf this village has just received a loiter from a friend In Alabama, which save, "The times In this slate are worse now than they over have been before. Cotton down lo D 1.2 tod cents, which must prove disastrous to the people, particularly lo those in debt." A I'olk and Texas paper, tho "Wutuinp kt Argus," was also received at the same time, which speaks of tho condition of thb Stale and of the means by which It can hope for pros, perity, In a tone so different from tho braggado cia of South Carolina, that I must naif you to publish the annc.vcd extract from that paper : PS,"t3 What is to avert the calamity which threatens our country I The culture of Cotton, which ha heretofore boon the e.vclusivo pro duct of the South, is now becoming valulcss Alabama U yet Asleep no regirds her agricul tural Interest not a society has been formed or a journal established for ihe advanccment of this-, the greatest and most important Interest of any country. Som...

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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. — 31 January 1845

f ; . HF.I'tlltLIOATION OK TMF. London, IMIiiliurKlii rorrlipi, AMI 'Wcsliuitisioi' lti:ir(c'i'1y REVIEWS. Tltr.'li standard work, emu mini to I e ri'-rrprinl-cd in ibis Country, imnii'diaiclv on their nrriwi by the llrhi.li Steamer, fin I euutif'd white paper nnil in a clear new tpc, pre-entius in a neat and conve nient form exact copii a of the Original IMriont. Kach Review is piibli-he.1 sepnr.itely, en that sub scriber, fii ii select fioin the scne- any they may pil fer, or in ly lnt.o 1 he whole loellicr, tin' price. I I'ins n arranged as tu make it an object to ndopt tlio lat ter count.'. For any ono Ilc icw, Tor uny two l!cview.., For any ihrco do, rur any lour do, HuHingi' V. HAMIINT0N. .so, 'n. $300 5 00 7 OH 8 00 deem. Groceries. 20 Mini-. Port Run anil Hi. Croix Susiirs, 30 Haruls Wulscy & Wol-cj's Lu.il', Oruihul and Powdcieldu. 10 hlids. Mo'a-'C. 1(H) Cheat. Hy NI.ii! Tea., 100 llalf " Vin.iijf llun " 75 II.iim O' Hoe, llM .Malt-Oa-Ji.i, 3 IJiirn-l I'lnvcs, 2 ill! N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 February 1845

. , - v . - NOT T II H GLORY OP CSSAR BUT THE WDtTARB OT JCt O IYI II BY II. B. STACY. I1UK LIN G TON, VERMONT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1845. VOL. XYIIL...N". 37. ITAUD WARE. STKONliS it CO. now niter purclia'crs nn ex tensive assortment of shelf llnrdwarc, consisting in pnri of, as follows, to wit House Tt lmmliig;. 1"0 Doz. lJlako's Latches, nssottcd sizes. 30 doz. ci! nnd wroi iron, tnr. nnd hroad Hulls, 1200 irross American" Premium1 Screws, Make's l-jC!itclicon t.ntctic!), with trass and roso wood knob. Picrpoint if- Hotchkiss's Mineral ICnnli-,n new and beautiful goods, with full plate, liall talt-, and bronzed escutcheons. Hliko's Motlicc "O. Iv 1 Locks. 1'. &l H.'s Moriico Locks and Latches, Mortice Latches, and slop Latches. Do. Cottne Locks and Latches and Collage Latches wall mineral and hrnss knob.. Plale Lock plalcd, I ra-s, bronzed, and Jet Key hole, l's"utchcons. Palent mm Pultons. Jap'd, Mahogany, Urass and Gl iss Knobs. Tras. and Japancd Cupboard Catches. Door p'lll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 February 1845

5 CONGRESS. Pitt may, Jtni. 31. The Senate d.d iml cit. In tin' House nf ll"prrsonlntives Iho Orcein Question was debited 11 ril il 2 o'clorl;, when, in enmphanre with t lie resolution adopted nu a furnier day, the (IimmI'Smiii was brought In a close, mill the quest iuii was taken mi the amend inputs murder. A miiiiticrnl anioudinuitts, ma tonally t-liatiy 1114; the character uf thu bill, were adopted. A now fcrtinn, rrqtiPf.1 inij the I'rpxid "lit In nlKMK.tlcctiiWrc.il lint. ilti ill tlie turiiilii.il irtti TlluT..sluV, I'Vh. (I. In lhi Senate, nflor thu transaction or nine iiniiii)iirt.iiit business, they went into thn innsid. eratum of Ihu bill for the reduction of the ratcis if pllStarJO. The I lame resolved its-elf Into a cnmniittcn f thu whole (in the plate of the Union, (dr I in t cillcJ) iii tho spittu of 1312. linrly in 1913, the pnity ' nt A -.torn received news of ilio war between llie Uni i i... I Sl.il,.. nn. I ( I rr.nl llillnill. nil I in December (if lint year the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 February 1845

might be found in n eor.dilion (o desrrvo mid receive irom me Irco Stales, lli.nl protection nuil pily which ho now n Heels id despise. Ilnl should war break out between the Iwo nations, mid the pitalyzcd and if feminato South thnuld enter the. field I') eonlcnJ .villi tho superior physical nhi'ily nnd cipwtic of tho North, thoiijili wo miahl liiment tho necessity of the conflict, yet wc rould linvo r.o fears of the rcsnU. In fine, whether in pence nr wir, the evils of a dissolution, Ihoush utterly incalculable, would fall with ntut ru inous eff. cl on tin- South. The South, or more prop crly that portion of the Southern po pie who have so often threatened nullification and disunion should ho made to understand that tho North will never submit to tho ono or tho other until tho order of nature shall bo reversed, and Southern cflonnnncy shall prove an overmatch in tho ficlii for tho robust vigor and incx liauslihlo rcfO.irccs ol Northern freemen, It isdilll cult to conceive how any No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 February 1845

kiifv. ... ; ..J '" COOKLBO, SSRS.I) & CO. EXPIIKSS LINE xt. b. z sr.. od aoe-iec. I'kom l!Lp,l,lNCiTON, Vr , to At.llAN V, N. V. Tlttviiah in daijnnd ;iuJ "tOOKH, I'll 1,1) 'i Co. Into stocked the J rind with ppli'inli'l I'uiicord Cinches, niul six horse, Hams tin' h'.!o '.litnice, which leaves I'ur linjttoii eviry nmrmtij, (exeipt Stmihij )nl(3J o't luck, p isses over the ictilr,' nml tn. Vrgiine, .Middle burv, Oiisilotun, Sal, in In Trnv Iodine the si-cnud (I iv, niiil mini s 'il Uliinv in i' fon to tnko tin1 trniii of Cars for Spii iyfl Id ii mi ZS4' 1 1 mi u, nl li ilf past em.', I. M., niiil aniie nl .New' Vor1. nt o o'lloek, A. on 111- limit morning, unking bry-s.r hours Iroiu Ihirtiiutou In Niw Vntk. N'iruil it Co.' Kxpress In t v it n Mniiircal nml Nt m Vork pnses out this route twice inch witk. Ai Middh hut y llrs line iutt rsei'ts witti the Itustuii nnd I'lieliburgli Uul Uoul I Hi', vii. Ihnlniiil, Itclluns Falls unit hTci in', tiirnuuh from l'lirlinjtoii In llnslon i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 February 1845

- ' urrendi r or jn'iir nnroiinl ad V l',1v0 cle.n,r' l.v the ti-jlu ton-k nl ri1t..-rnle Hiiincr, llio rpdi'nipti.in ,,r ii inn I" use nil sin li fair nr- I'n iii'iila ninl i,ere"i"ns as Hunk fillnl tn induce , 1 nil. l ir, men, iiic gii-namics vimi to d,l I III the Coiiaiini5rt Jtre in no d ingcr fioin llic ncliun ofnb l!ul, fir, as 1 hive nlrciub d hinted, a word will snf fire to lu,vv th it llic peoplu of ihc S.iihIi arc uiinc r. ssnrilv nl irtiicd, nuil tint tint on'y tltrir ciinptirtt rioral; luit'thcir assumed prinleecs, are in Hide dan ger fro n any source, unless it I e frmn n i Inmic of opinion anione tin inselvi s. The nower is viiieiHi. ill ( licit- own 1 1 1 iid 9. Uvon tin- great nnd venerable 1 ('Mho dcniaenguc, h ivu cnnvcriid n j ist nnd honest VII Vll,lilll III llllill lll riljlll", WHO ICOUS HIP VIM I'l IIIC "H'"i- i "" t "t'i "" nf3.iii"tivi lll. , lie Mlil- suppurrrs of the. lishtnf peliiiou mi tins ll mr, his I ciplc of lection !.) iltir.ility, now of extensive...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 February 1845

NOT TUB GLORY OF O S S A R BUT TUB WELFARE O T ROME BY II. . STACY. n II II L I N ( TON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1845. VOL. XVIII....X0.38. HARD WARE. STROMSS Hi CO. novvnllcr purchasers nn ex tensive assortment of sliclfllardvvarc, consisting in part of. as follows, town : ' ' llou-c Trlininlnss. 150 Do. Make'. Luetics, nssoitcd sizes. 3j0 doz. cut ninl wrot iron, tnr. nnd broad Hulls, 1200 iron American " Premium" Screws. Mike's Iv-cutclicon Latches, with 1 rass and rose wood kiioh". Picrpomt if- Hotclikis s Mimrnl knelt-, n new and beautiful goods, with full plate, liall plate, and bronzed escutcheon". Illaku's Morlice'O.K 'Locks. , P. & ll.'s Mortice Locks and Latches, Mortice Luetics, anil stop Litchts. Do Cottafo Locks and I.ntcho, ami Cottage Latches with mineral and Wnss knobs. Plate l.ncl; plated, Ira-s, bronzed, and Jet Key hole IVutchcons. . Patent torn Uaitons.-JapM, Mahogany, Urassand filass Knob.. nraUand Jipinod Cnpbonrd c.itchc-.. Door pulls, for doors gate...

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. — 21 February 1845

N s,SV in render nf ynnr iinoounl ad "2r. w,r tiavorU-nt- ly Hie lulu u,nU iciiip. mli: language, the rodx-npti.in nf tins pic''-""- nl"' '" n" Sl" r"'r ar T'i "ints nml per."'"'""" ' 1'iiiT nilnl to induce '"'ii lo cl.) mi, 1'Iiim f ir, ihi'tt, tli guiinhlics cil the OoiHtiiiiifiinrefn no il ingcr fniin the action ufnb oliioiiii". , . . , . , . Ilul, nr. i" ' "'Vf olriinli il hinted, a word will stif fr 10 show tli it tin- people of the South nrc unne cessarily nl iniicil, nml tint nut mi'y llu ir ennstuu lioeal.Mnil Ihiir assumed privilrers, nrc in linlednn-i.-or fro n nny snurcp, utili ss ii To from n e hangc of opinion inning themselves. The power is vuln-illy in llnir own hunts. Kirn tin- great and venerable rli'iinpuin nfhiimin rights, who lends tin' van of the snpnnrrrs. of Iho tictit nf p. tiimn un ibis l1 mr, tin d 'dialed Hint tic 19 tint pri pared to vote for tin- limb lion nf -lurry in ihe Di.iiict nf Cobnnbir' I and Iho pr u-ia uiv uni a miiotiiy m i,"unerrs will be fou...

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. — 21 February 1845

Statistics. It is seldom llinl wo aro ablu to coiidoiisn'iitiportnnt statistics in a small space, but Mr. Ellsworth tin' commissioner of patents gives us a tiirilVt-ji! view of tlio wholo Union. The population of tho United States is estimated rt 10.1S3.000. Tim number of bushels ofulicnt raised in 18-13, was 100,310,850. Tivelvo millions and a half bushels by New York Slate, twelve millions and a quarter bv Pennsylvania, nnd nearly nineteen millions by Ohio. Tho Slate which raises the greatest amount of oats is New York nearly twenty-five millions; Pennsylvania is next ncnily nineteen mill ions. The largest amount of rye U raised in Ponnsylvanii nine millions ami a half bush els, buckwheat, also, two at cl a half million.'. Fifteen millions of Indian coin wero raised in Pennsylvania; in Tennessee, sixtj -seven millions. Nine millions bushels of potatoes were raised in Pennsylvania; New Yoik twenty-six millions ; Maine ten millions. Four hundred and forty-one thousand pounds of toba...

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