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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 10, 1817. lllatcljmcm & 0trttc &utvnal. ni6iit6litcr, Timrsilny, Sept. 10. "WATCHMAN 6c JOURNAL: 1848. TO THE "WHIGS OP VERMONT. Impressed with a conviction that tho political campaign of 1818 will bo tho most important of bit which tho ttcoplo have been called to engage in, wo arc Induced to offer our paper In packets of twenty on mom:, to one address, at only ONB DOLLAR A YEAR, for each copy payablo in nil cases in ndvanco. Under this of fer wo hope greatly to enlarge tlio circulation of our paper and to contribute) moro successfully to tho support of whig principles, and wo invito tho co operation of nil our political friends who npprovo of thii doslgn. Tho complexion of tho returns of the recent election indicates tho proprioty of promptly healing whatever divisions mnv liavo occurred in tho Whig ranks, and of, vigorous operations against the enemies of tho Whig cause. " Up and at them, boys !" Subscriptions may bo made, co...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN ft STATE JOUItNAL, SEPTEMBER 10, 1817. current under full licntl ofMcam, tho voluntcorg placed themselves on tho Mindy side, listing the boat so as lo make her rather uiimniingnblu. I lie ennincer cnllerl out, "trim boat," but no otto obeyed. Tho request wns tcncutctl, but tho vol unteers stood their ground, determined to meet tho danger of "bursting boilers" or "collapsed flues, " rather than torogo the comfort of tlm mo ment. Tho engineer thought that if the volunteers would "keep shndy,"li(Miiipht lest their course, nnd nt the emtio tiiro force them to "keep cool." As the lend elion ed that there wf.rc only four feet of water in tho channel, ho suddenly raised the mud-valve, nnd lot looso a current ol steam upon his militury hcroc?, who wrro in nn instant over board nnd up to their nrtn-pits in the river. The lord of Kteain lind routed nearly n hole regiment, winch fled ingloriously nt tho first charge. latest Kciw MEXICO REDEEMED. The last minor from the south i...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 16, 1847. From thoN.w titlglanJ Farmer. The Agricultural Profoosion. Mr. Cotton : My mind hnslona been made up to the belief, that of nil callings and professions, agriculture is the most healthful, the most pleasant, tho most lioiicst, and what will weigh most with tho grcnt mass of tho community, the most profitable! yielding the largest re turns in health, happiness, virtue, and miotic;. I wish particulary to impress this truth on tho community, at present engaged in a dcvil-mny-talte-tho. hind most race for wealth money told by millions and measured by cartloads-ob- tainud by speculation' (gambling wcro the more appropriate term; mm lusiprou ably by the revolving of the same erratic wheel of chance. Keoardless of the si lent lesson we may take from the creatoi's works. in the fact tlmtin the natural worm ephemera aro insignificant by tho side of those t imes which aro rumnrKuuio lor durability, the gourd in thu shade of the coder o...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 September 1847

BY E. Pi WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1847. 4' " VOL. XLI, NO. 45. WHOLE NO. 21 3G. tUntcljmou & 0tatc journal. ruiiMsunn every Thursday morning THUMB fill 50 en). In ndvnncot 6300 If pnvmcnt Ii not tnado fa advance) intcrcit alwoyi charged from the end of iriQjear nRATUlTOUS ADVERTISING The umtMijjnpd finding that tbo public aro malting unrea aonablo dcmnndi upon thf lr columni by the way of eratuituua adrertUemonU, feel compelled to enter Into the following a groom nl : lit. For altnotktt if hatever, usually puMMied eratultouily, wo will charge ono-half Ilia Uiual prlco of advertisements 2J For obituary notice, fxcecding tho simple announce ment of the death, wo will cluuce tho tnmo price. E. P. WALTON U SONS, FullUhtr of the IVatehman and Journal JOSEPH POLAND, Publhhtrrif thr Freeman. EASTMAN & DANTORTII, Publi$herg of the Patriot, Montpelier,.poc. 1810. For the Watchman and Journal. The Green-Mountain Girl's Fare well to a Mexican Volunteer. n...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 September 1847

t VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 23, 1847. lUfttcljman taic?!: K. v. lVArroiv, Jn., "'"J' flloiilll-er. 'l'liiusilny, Sept. '23. WATCHMAN &c JOURNAL: 1848. ro Tin: viuos or vjikiuont. Impressed with a conviction that tlio political campaign of 1848 will ho the most important of all which tho people have been called to engage in, we arc induced to offer our pnper in packets of twenty on Monr., to oar. address, at o.nly ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, for each copy payahlo in all cases in advance. Under this of fer wo hope greatly to enlarge the circulation of our paper and to contribute more successfully to tho support of whig principles, and wc invito tho co-operation of nil our political friends who approve of this design. Tho complexion of tho returns of the recent election indicates tho propriety of promptly healing whatever divisions may havo occurred in tho Whig ranks, and of vigorous operations against tho enemies of the Whig cause. " Up and at them, hoys !" Subscripti...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 23, 1817. jTovcigu News. ARRIVAL OF THE BRITANNIA. Tlio steamship Drittannia arrived nt South lioston, on tlio morning or tho lUtli inst., bring ing intclligcnco up to tlio 4tli. Slio mot with a dnngcrous ncci'lcnt on her passage, in const), qticnco or n dense fog which slio encountered near Capo Race, near which plncoslio Gtrucltlho shoro ; but by tho promptness ntid skill of Onpt. Harrison and hisofliccrsand men, was extricated without serious injury. lion. II. C. Winthrop of Mass. returned home in tho Uritanma from a tour in Europe. Tho European Times enya, that tho continued prcssuro in tlio money inaiket, and tho numerous, t'ailurcs which have occurred in (ho corn trade, still renders it out of our power to announce any improvement in tho general trade of tho country. Our corn market, buico tho 10th nil., has again experienced a declino of prices. Tho top price of tho best description of wheat was at that timo quoted at about G7s ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 23, 1847. agricultural. ADDISON COUNTY WOOL. Wc nro glad to hear that tlio Wool Tinnot. established in this County through the efforts of Mr. BlanchnYd, of Kinder- hook, and other gentlemen, is in the lull tide of nt-. cssful o ration, and already surpasses the most snnguino expectations previously formed of its utility. About 150.000 lbs. of Wool have been deposited and assorted at that establish ment this season, nearly half of which has been disposed of to manufacturers, bv the Arrcnt.nt much belter prices than were obtained last year, when most of the wool was sold unsorted to Wandering speculators. So far as we have been nblo to learn, the operations of the Depot have given ample and universal satisfaction to nil who have patronized it, and it is believed, it will have a very beneficial efl'cct upon the wool interest in this county, by greatly improving the quality of the wool, and in some measure regulating and system ntizinc the...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 September 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 46. WHOLE NO. 2137. iUntcljman & 0tatc journal. roni.isur.D i:vi;hy thohsway mounina. TEItMS $! SO cash In advance ) $2 00 if pnyroent Is not made iu advance inteicit nlwayi charged fiom tlie end of OKATUITUUB AUVHRTISTNO. TJie undortlend llndlnc tliflt the nubile tin mriVlruT tinrea Bonablo demands upon their columns by the way of gratultuui Buvrriiaemcn,icei compeuou to enter into mo following a grecment : 1st. For alt notices whatever, usually publl'tictl gratultouily, v.0 will chargo ono-half the uiual price of a.lvertiBcmrnti. QJ. For obituary notice, exceeding the simple announce' men. oi tue uciun, wo win enaree ine inmo price U. P. WALTON fc SONS, Publisher of the tf'atehman and Journal, JOSBl'l! 1'OIjAND, FulUsherof tht Frtrman. EASTMAN & DANTOUTII, . Puhliihertof the Patriot. Monlpolier.Dcc. 1616, VILLAGE SCHOOL MISTRESS. On jonJer hill a little building itamH, Of i.mplo stylo, the...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 30, 1817. Ulatc!)nnint2mtviml. WATCHMAN 6c JOURNAL: 1848. thi; whigs or vjekmont. iacil with a conviction that tlio political i. 'ii of 1848 will bo tlio most important of ,.-h tlio peoplo havo boon called to engage arc induced to offer our paper i" packets i vrv on more, to one Anuiir.ss, at only DOLLAR A YEAR, l'r each copy e in nil canes in advance. Under this of. liopo greatly to enlarge tin; circulation of iper and to conmuuio more succcssiuiiy -nppott of whig principles, and we invito operation of all our political friends wlio of this design. Tho complexion of tlio of the recent election indicates the ty of promptly healing whatever divisions vc occurred in tho Whiff ranks, mid of 1 1 operations auninst the enemies of the rause. " Up and at them, boys !" eripttons may be made, commencing ci the first of October, November, or Janu K. P. WALTON & SONS. pclier.Sept. 9, 18-17. 1. cat nil v in, w of i OiN! pay fer our to 111 the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 30, 1847. Proflit, of Indiana, formerly a member of Con gress n zealous friend of President Tyler, by whom lie was appointed Minister to Urnzil. Ho died In Louisville on llic 7th Inst. Hon. Richard Henry Wildo of Ncw-OrJeans, formerly a distinguished member of Congress from Georgia, and well known by hia history of Tasso, anu other literary productions, utcu on thojOth of .yellow fever. Rostox and Queiikc. The editorial corres pondent of the St. Louis Reveille, writing from Ronton draws tho following comparisons be tween Boston and Quebec: In no two cities of our northern region rc these extremes so forcibly illustrated as in Que bec and lloston; the one " cabined, cribbed, con lined without a newspaper circulation, with out travel, without hotels, without a theatre, without larbtrsnB wo have noticed heretofore tlio red coat and the black cassock for the per vading smoke ol the drayman, tho shriek of the fife for that of tho locomotive...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 September 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 30, 1847. 2lgrirultuval. From tho Cullli alor. What Manure docs this Field need? This inquiry is beyond question one of tho most frequent nnd important that presents itself to tho farmer. With the light which has, within tho last low years, been thrown upon tho subject of manures, their nature, and the secret of their value, something like a practical course has been revealed. It may be illustrated as follows. If a soil fails to produce a given crop, it is becauso it without the requisite tex ture or it wants certain essential inorganic iimrcdients, or It may be deficient in both. If vegetable refuse in sufficient quan tity has been strown over and plowed in, the ueticicncy ol one or more essen tial inorctinic inkredicnts. must bo con sidered the solution of the -failures. Now how shall this deficiency be as certained ? How shall it be determined what a soil needs ? It may need gypsum, or phosphates, or potash, or soluble silica, or li...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 October 1847

r BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 47. WHOLE NO. 2138. iUntcljmnu & 0tatc Journal. riniMsmn) uvuuy Thursday mounino. TERMS $150 cash In advance) $3 00 If payment la not mnilo In advance) interest ntwnyi charged fiom the end or the year. ORATUITOUS AHVERTIStNU. The ummrnifrr.'jiUmdlnff that llio public Bin mnMriJl tinrca advcrlliaments, feel compelled to enter Into the following a grecmcnt t lit. For alt notices ttkntcccrt usually published cratultoiifty, wo will charge one-half thn usual price of advertisements. 2d- For obituary noticnn, exceeding the nlmplo onnounco mcnt of the death, we will chnrce the anmn price. II. 1 WALTON St SONS, Publishtrs of l he IVatthman and Journal josnnr toland, Publisher of the freeman UASTMAN & DAM'ORTH, Publishers of the Patriot, Monlpelicr.Pcc. 164G. ittisccllcntcous. Fiom tho LadicB1 National Magazine. TRYING THE FORTUNES, AND SPECTRAL ILLUSIONS. I1Y CAROLINE ORNn. " Tliora ora moio tiling! i...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 October 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUIINAL, OCTOBER 7, 1817. think that untcM they tako two or tlireo crops of train after mnnuntiff thy '30 ita ?" U0, 1 m Conclusion is founifod in error, Iho ground should bo well immured llio year previous to Btocking. Tho successive crops ol hay Hint may bo taken from land, in a suilablo stuto for receiv ing tho'grMs seed, pays ns well considering tlio expense of cultivating ns any crop that can bo taken (Vom Iho land. Ditching wet land nnd ro vlu Ming waslo places should claim our attentions b'"tno ol tlio largest crops of grass nro taken from drained swamps, and heavy crops o( every des cription nro now taken from land that ton years ago was considered worthless. Tlio land thus niniln renders the fnrni nioro lilcasant, tho atinoi- nlirro more hoalthv and the farmer more wealthy. While sneaking of tlio cow and tho dairy, tho tulitrct uf bultiMiiaking should lint go unnotic ed. It is u branch of business that I am sorry to Bay lugs too far behind tho ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 October 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN land, threatens to lo Involved In ti war with Aus tria. Tho Paris correspondent of tlio London Times, on tho 17lli, writes as follows : "Tho Austrian Government is determined to march troops into every town or city of Italy in which National Qunrds havo been or shall bo es tablished. Thus, Homo may bo deemed in n stalo of siogo and hostilities inevitable. It is now, I lament to say, impossible to boliove that terriblo collisions will not occur, 11 they have not already taken place, throughout Italy. Tho next nows from Milan, in particular, is looked for with inconcoivablo anxiety. Tho Austrian gar rison of that city numbers 18.000 men. Tho peo ple aro said to do determined on revolt. There would in such a case bo a horriblo inarracrc, and tho insurrection might bo quelled. Tho people of Piedmont, of Modcna, of Lucca, of Tuscany nay, oven of Switzerland would attempt to succor them, and thus tho whole of tho North of Italy and Switzerland might bo engaged in an awlul...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 7 October 1847

I VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, OCTOBER 7, 1847. Tor llio Walehiaan nrd Journal. Soliloquy of an old Family Clock, vofAD vr, roti Tim LAit Tine, nt tiic fititntsi or a fAMILTf WHEK JUST ICTTtNG OUT TO REMOVE TO A DM HSCr.tllCf LEATltfO 1TTO TAKE CAPE OF ItlCtP 0 t vhy am I llmi leR atone, Forsaken In Ihrtow to moan? A illento pervades thro itio houso Not a soundbut from ono little mouio, Vv'ho scampers along without tcatt Thonith he knowi and icfiS 1 am hero. 1 heat Iho thrill laugh in tho ilrrrt, Ami friend greeting friends as they meet, Tho f oho fbutlneaV loud din, liut O I what ft contrast within Fo vacant, so drear, nnd (o till, ?ty spirit shrinks, back with a chill. in solitude now I repeat, Tiuio flics, and hi pinions are fleet : I led them bruih orr my hands, And hasten to meet his commands, To count (though I'm gloomy and tour,) Each tccond, and minute, and hour. Time's talo I havo told night and day, Unto all who came lit my way And ahull, though my mojtngo may ful...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 October 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEU, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 48. WHOLE NO. 2189. lUatcljmmt & 0tatc 2ciuvnal. rmn.tsiiKD nvuuv Thursday mounino. rnUMS $150 cash in nJvnncct S3 0(1 If pnymenl Is not made In advance j interest alwayi charged from tho ond of thojonr. ORATUITOUS AflVRRTlSINn, The uniW;grOtl lindlng that tho puMlc ntn mo king unrep ort ablo demttndi upon tholr col u mm by tho way nf crntnltuui idverliit'menti, feel coninollcri to enter Into tho following a- lit. For alt notice. irhntrvermanUy puMi'hed gratuitouily, ivo will rharffo nuo-half tho uiunl prico of udvortienirni. 2d Forotmunty notices, exceeding tho iltnplo announce ment of tho dealli, wo will choree tho unmr price. R. r. WALTON & PONS, PubUthtr of the Watchman and Journat, JOSnril POLAND, Publitherof th Freeman. RAHTMAN & DANTORTII, Publishers of the Patriot, Montpolior, Doc. 1810. political. turo of public affairs as imminently critical and dangerous; and that it calls for th...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 October 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUItNAL, OCTOBER 14, 1847. tlion Iho wliolo balance of tlia constitution Is overthrown, and tilt just restraint on tho Incen tive power, in a matter of tlio highest concern to tho peaco anil happiness of tho country, entirely destroyed. If wo do not maintain this doctrine J if It is not so, if Congress, in whom tho war making power H expressly inrttlo to resido, is to liavo no voice in tho declaration or continuance of war, if It is not to judgo of the propriety of beginning or carrying it on, then wo depart nt once, and broadly, Iroin the constitution. Sir, I need not say that I havo us much res pect for distinguished military achiovmcntas any man. I would not seo any laurels that belong to it withered. I honor tlioso who arc railed on, by proloesional duly, to hear amis in their coun try's cause, nnd do their duty well. I would ob scure none of their faino. Hut I will say hero and to them, that it is tho solemn adjudication of nations, and it is tho s...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 October 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, OCTOBER 14, 1847. A. J. BROWN & CO. importers, jonnnns, and iietailmib or GLASS WARE, TA nil 11 Cl'TLKHY, THA TRAYS, FRENCH PAPER HANGINGS. TtffAUa. dnh.. In TA P I ' II IllVfllVrid ,f A.t Minur.cliit.i HKITTANIA WAKEi Tobls. Ilnntlnir and BidaBUt.AH LAMPS ami American GLASS WARE, of 'rvrj uoscnptlnn, pfiCMUUHoAL l"'0CK' ""lyriw'lle ll o Pint Cfllcn, a. j. niiow.v, oo ii r.piiei.ps, J. l WARREN., )y II. H. PROCTOR. TO MANUFACTURERS. ANUFACWnERSwhonronboul LIGHTING THEIR A'l MILLS', Oil SHOPS, ma. Hint ul A. J. ItltOWN'iV I'O'S, ritchbui , LAMrs. AUo, l.ami CI.. i, s, Chimneys, Wicks, bcl Jic. ALL AT LESS THAN IIOSTON PRICES. A, J. IIROWN & CO. Central Illock, no.tily oppo.ito ttio Fust Ollico. Fltchburir, Pejit. 10. , IO-Ii Llf.UW. P1 ric ana extensive I'airtbiisiimcni tnr I m l f , . r.l... . HAljfiUP' GLASS & CHINA WARE. PAPER HANGINGS. BRITTAN1A WARE. KMVES & FORKS, TEA TRAYS, SOLAR LAMPS, &.c. at wholesale a. jietail. A. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 14 October 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, OCTOBER M, 1847. agricultural. OUR WOOL DEPOT. Jn our estimation no moro important event bearing upon tlio agricultural in terests of the county of Addison Iia9 re cently occurred tlmii the establishment of ti wool depot at Shorehatn. Under the auspices of Mr. Blnnchard, whoso long experience, extensive correspon dence with nil the great manufacturers of the country, nnd whose constant study it seems to be to inform himself as to the present condition and futuro pros tiofts of the innrkct of wool, wo cannot conceive n safer plan for disposing of the article at the most Invoruble moment, than by intrusting it to his charge. For vents nnst oir wool-growers have lost thousands, yea, tens of thousands of dollars by the preposterous method of selling their staple to the agents ot manu facturers or speculators, who begin by denrcc'mting the price, nnd in purchasing coarse wool and fine together nt prices not more than adequate to the most in ferior po...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 21 October 1847

a BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1847. VOL. XLI, NO. 49.---WHOLE NO. 2140. tUatcljwim & 0tatc 2m.tnml. runi.isiini) r.vr.nv Thursday MoitNiNo. TERMS SI SO cash In ndt.nc.l 3 00 If nnvmont li not mado In advance) Intrront always charged fiom tho end of tneyear. onTUiTous Anvr.iiTisiNo. Thf umlnrslgnrd finding Hint llie puhllc ntn making unrea sonable demnnds upon their columns by If io way of gratnltoua advertisements, fcol compelled to enter Into thn following a greomentt 1st. For all gotten whnlrvtr, tisunlly published gratuitously! rve will charge ono-lialf thn usual price of ndi crtisemcnts. 9d For obituary notice., exceeding tbo simple announce ment of the deatb, wo will charge the itob price. K. I'. WALTON it PONS, PublUhtrnof the IVntthman ond Journal, jofir.ru Poland, Pnblhhtrfiflhi Vrtrman. EASTMAN k DANTOItTII, Putllthtrt of the Patriot. Montpelicr,Dcc. 1810. LEGISLATURE OF VERMONT. Thursday-, Oct. 14. Agreeably to Iho Constitution and Law...

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