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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 February 1845

v., COOKB-3, FIE 1,1) &CO. EXPRESS LINE or u. s. ri ii. coaches. Fkom UURUNGTON, Vr , to At.HANY, N. V VViruueV in day and hutf. "1O0KI3, I'lt'.l.l) Co. have stocked tho roul with splendid Concord Coaches. nnJ six horse teams I lie whole distance, ulutli leaves Bur lington every lunrnini!, (except Sunday) atCl o'clock, passes over the centre rond via. Vaselines, Middle ourv, Cnsilctnn, Snltm In Tiov to dine tho second tl IV. nnd nrrives nt Alhuiv i ft unison to take the train of Cirs for SprincHi Id n rut New linen, nt half past mie, l. M., and arritc nt .New York nt 5 o'clock, A. M., on the third moriiiui!, waking ur'y-.i.r hours front Hnrhnuton to New Yoik. .Mfitd cc Co.'s Express hctutfit .Montreal nnd New Votk passes over this route twice each uiik. At Middlchury this line Intersects wilh the lloton nnd I'liihhureh Kid Komi line, vil. Itinland, Heltons Kails nnd Ketne, tnrouidt front l.iirlinuioti to Huston in 3 dajs without nnv nmhl ridinu. At Cnsilp'ou this line itmrsccts ...

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. — 28 February 1845

4 NOT T II C C L O K Y OT C T3 3 A H HUT THE WBLTAKQ OF ROME BY H. 1). STAGY. J II It L J N (i T 0 N , V B It M 0 N T, F It 1 1) A Y, F E B R U A It Y 28, 1815. V0L.XVIII....X.31. Dr. iiunniiig's Spino Uteri Ab dominal Supporter, or PATENT LACE, nnM. Ih Unt roiitniitlnn linml bv Dr. John V V. I'mc.rt, i lvi, lie havinu purt'liai'il tif the original IMU'iitt'C the e.vclttsire rtsrht to make ana xtna tti(,iiiu', within ami lor Hi! (.-nimne or unit tfii'U-n, KrnnkliM,U..ii)(MlIe,nM'ltirnin1 lU'. t The 1MTI:.T I. ACT. lia-now 1 ceil Iu'fretlic ml. lie for a iinmlii-r of month, hnnilml- have 1 ri-n ap pluMin i-illl-mit p.trWof iliucttuntrVt mi l uitli a iik re never tefoie npia!I1 lv anv reineili.tl nsrent rsumerotH well iiulln-iitUiiteil fJerttfie it-('l it I ent'.i t'ialiiitliM'iit'cin tin removal ofih.e.ucp of Ions stand ing, infjflit lef iriiiFlietl from thiiinmchatevnMiity in a Union l Ihe Platement ol nw mill eertilicate-ofriire-tfrirnMied I y Dr. ITannin? anil other?. Hut tin it n...

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. — 28 February 1845

'I mm tpmisaa CON GUESS. SATtmtlAY, Poll. 15. Tliv Freurli spoliations bill was railed mi by Mr Amber but dofcrrcil at the rcnticst of Mr MrDufh. Tim correspondent of the Jour, of own., cays it will nnt got Ml votes in the House ml assigns: -ns a reason no past objections totlio bill, but that as the Whiff", w licit they had the power did not pass tho bill, tlio Locos will not now. Mr Rives then addressed thn Senate In impo titmn to the Animation uf Texas, by concur- rent resolution. The Army appropriation bill was before the House. Monday, Pi'b. 17. An act pifed the Senate unking appropria. tioim for N ival Pension in lflll). Also, for tho support of the Military Acad emy. The French Spoliations bill prior tn 1800 wn called lip, and opposed by Air Mr Duffle, until tho Senate took up llin Texas resolutions, which were supplied by Mr Woodbury. In the 1 louse, the bill In restrict and grant pensions in certain rases wns passed. Also, the resolution for the distribution nfcer. tain cop...

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. — 28 February 1845

COMMUNICATIONS. Mb, KDtToni You nro probably aware, that much hos been said in your town upon iho Roll-road epila tion, and that it has nil hcen upon one title of that question, or in favor of what is called Iho Southern route. Satisfied ns 1 am of the error in judgment up on this point, permit mo to express a somewhat diller cnt view, through the columns ot your paper. While , "re oul fw 8" shorliijhlcd ns lo discard roads of this kind altogether, the great majority of the peo ple foresee the ndvnntagcs to be derived from one in tersecting tlie Slate in any direction. The voice of the people is plainly for a rail-road. The question of location, however, arises, and it is not strange that among the 300,000 inhabitants of tho Slate thero should be much diversity of opinion. Sectional inter est must of course be expected in various part', I ut justice and sound policy, rcqoiro that particular nnd local interest must bo sacriiiccd for tho general wel fare of the Stale. It is not, there...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 February 1845

HARD WARE. SrilOMSS ft now oiler purchasers nil ex tensive assortment of shelf Hardii aro, lonsistitiff in part of, as Minus, m win Utilise Tiliiiinlii',;s. IM Dor.. Make's I.iIcIkk, ass.med sics. 3'i0 iliiz. cm mi I wrm ir.m, mi, nn. I liro.nl Hulls, 12U0 gross American " I'remlum" Screws. Dlilin's I", cilcheoii Iijirlio, Willi I rnss and rose wood knobs. Piorpo.nt Ilotchklss's Mimrnl Knob., a new nnd buiutifui j!mds, Willi full I'l.ile, lull plait', ami bronzed i sfiiifhcnns, IllaWs .Mmlii'o "0. K ' Locks. 1. & ll.'s Morfu-o lnckH and Latches, Mortice Lllflll'S, ,llul slop I. 'Hill. J. I)i. CMlajje Locks and t.ilclic, and Cottage Latches Willi mineral and t rass knobs. I'lalo I. nek --plated, I ra-s, bronzed, nnd Jet Key Imlti Fs 'utchciins, I'.iti'ilt Him lliilt.iii. Jiip'il, Mahogany, Drnsnnd mass minus. Ilrass an I Jipancd Clipboard Catches. I Door pulls, inr door. vales, draims, ipc. Axlo pulhes, arion.s sixes. Wnuliiw Mind bulls nnd fa.-' lemon. Window and door sprint;. H...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 March 1845

x;ot the glory or o in s r but tub w b l p a r b op n o m n BY II. B. STACY. J II It L I N il T ON, V E ft M 0 N T, F It 1 1) A Y, M A R 0 II 7, IH45. VOL. XVIII ...N" 40. "'TIS 110.111' tVHUKK I'.'Hlt T1I12 IICAKT IS." ' Tis Homo where e'er Ihe heart is. Where o'er i:s loved ones dwell, In cities or in cottage, Thronged haunts, or mossy dell ! The heart's n rover ever, And thus on wnvo nnd wild, The maiden with her lover walks, The mother with her child. ' Tis bright where o'er the heart is Its fairy spoil, can hrin; Fresh fountain, to the wilderness, Ann to the desert sprint;. There, are crecn isles in each ocean, O'er which nfltciinn slides! And tt haven on each shore, WI.en Love's the star that guides. 'Ti. free where e'er the heart i. i Nor chains, nor dungeon dim, May check the mind's aspiring". The spirit's penlitur hymn 1 The heart civi-s life it' beauly, Its g'nry and its power, 'Tis'unlighl to its ripphtie stream, And soft dew to its flower. lit'.T vn i.ovr. oni: Axoriiint...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 March 1845

3 ' - V - Ulk ' tf ' IM s a.- rir 1 aw. tv avi OONUKESS. .Satuijdav, Pub. 22. In the Sonilo, tn.ilay, Mr Huntington finished hi reuivks in opposition to tin- iiint resolution frimi the llnus". l.ij .ulunttjjij,' Tojias as a State into tlie fcilor.il Union, lit! couli iiftl hiu.selt evc1tiivoly tu tlia rxpuiliunry uf Ilia measure, arguing tint tin; .irqmvi inn nf III it country was not necessary fur nnv iurioe. connected' ivitli III" groat interests nf tin- gmcruuicut, or tlio happiness nf the iienp'c; t lint an extension ot o.ir torntnry vvis not roqnistto to give homes; to our people ur 4 i.l for their cultivation j nor was Mil increase nf tlio production-; of the earlh im. ccssary to supply their want-.; tint the measure w inexpedient, because it would lie i viol.it not of tlm taith of' tliiK government towards Hint ol Mnvico, by nil infraction nf treaty stipulations, mid IpihI to hostilities butvveou them, lie was followed successively by Mesis .lliloy and D rkitisnn in able spee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 March 1845

COMMUNICATION. Bcslinotox, March 4th, 1915. Mi. Editoii The proceedings of ttic meeting at Stowe rcpectinit the contemplated road through Mansfield, published In your last wicks paper, arc h!ghljr gratifying to the Committee here nnd to nl, among Ul who have made themselves ncqunintcd with the ldvania;-ea of this load to this whole section ol country. It may havo seemed to people ot a distance, from the apparent silence on the sul jeet the present win ler, that our efforts to sc lire the opening of the road were slackened. This is far from being true, and the Committee here ore ready to report progress, e iihrr verbally to those who miy enquire, or as has been ugtjcsted to us, through the columns of the no (spa cers. Tho first movement was made in September last toward searching out a passage fit this road. On the report of tho Committee to a public meeting- it was thoiijlitao favorable that it was druJed to rend up a surveyor for a scientific examination nf the route. The surveyor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 March 1845

Dti m insim l'b IX J) TAX YEUE TABLE lllaclt i'lastur. fTMlIS Pla-icr l nnr'Vi'rl for riirin? s-rofilin X SHclliiia", -curve, sore , liiue hac'l;, hiini, pain in the. -idi', Irp- nr 'iin'.-, titid ptl 'otn f.nU (n e.'vo relief in e.i-i:-nl liiril rho mi in'mi. ll'npplicd to 1 lie -idt-, il w-ll f ire ninny nflhn cniumuii livi r com .1.iint--, an I II I f.mti 1 to 1 1' i' al if ni.t nipenor id :inv cm dn-ter, lor corn- nn the feet. 11 tuuncli alely applied in :i fiesh wn ni l i will iircienl mie te., nn I eni-e it i in'' lv 1" heil. Finn- ie- in the lhil.il ol ii-iiij tlii'. pH it, h i l it In- tiT I ii-ii nny I iii'iil! cue f r alt p'lrpu o- l"p wli ch n pl.t -fr ir mIo it w.i'rel. ll vr i-e Inve Icen wituccd I y llin i-amt- nf'ie peem' If hi livi'ln il- in -ir'o i parts i l 'lie I'n to t Si.i'e--, uliu haw etcd e-Iicney. l'HH'F, y,-: per !mx. !LtP"M my ccr'iil -nto-i mi. y le In', (-howing its e.vrti nlin.iri cflivi-. lleirare nf CoHntffti(8 : lf ihn e wt h'nir to p'tri-'ii-e the P...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 March 1845

NOT TUB w n x. p a n e n o iw s BY II. I!. STACY. H II It L I N G TON. V B II M 0 N T, FRIDAY, MARC II M, IR45. VOL. XVIII....X0.41. GLORY Or CJESA" ?-'." AMBITION AND REVENGE. My dear, wli.it are wo In lo villi our girls 1' asked .Mrs. G lyl.ind of her husband, one film evening in May, ' Our girls I' repealed llio gentleman, in apparent astonishment, w t', what's the. mattor-iilr litem 1" ' Hmv provoking yon nre, Mr. Gnland ! you know very well whal I mean I' How should I, my dear? Our girls worn ail well enough hi dinner lime, and 1 hope nothing has happened to (hem since. Mrs Gayland hit her lips with vexntinn, lis she rose lo leave the Kiciiti, lull before she had reached I lie dour her maternal solicitude prevailed ngainsl her anger, and again she seated herself hy her husband's side, and said in her most winning acrenls, ' Dill dnnT you ihilik, my dear, it is timn gome of our girls were married V Ila, ha, ha,' burst from the lips of the old gentleman ; 'is that all? how itdiuv...

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. — 14 March 1845

Willi M S i ' S"-k i ! r"CL'' w,1,lil1 hetself will find resouieo. rq'inl In tf! W l X I -T ntV enterprise 1 tiny result. Irll ijA. 4JU St' 3 I Tlio 1'ilirrnii npirit hn not IW-iI. It still survives. it animates llio children, it will live ntroiuiti ccnor minus ycl In conic, ll is the ".cuius which ptcsidcs over the dosiinic? nr llie land. One of ilio livinu de scendants of tint fathers thus writes t "N other fiitiu of rc'iidon was Unnwn, in lhi Innd nl the Pilgrim-, iiiiiiI (he sfru principles oflhe American sys icni were developed ntnl c-lnbhshed hire bv our 1 un- Inn forefathers. The truth if, they lived Mr tin orui RELIGIOUS INFLUENCE IN AMERICA. The n-itdiT will nut f.til lt wlimtu tlio oarn- tl itlnMiiitnrn iC llu fnllnulmr nrlti'lit. (Vittn the Lonilnn Cliiisttan Examiner, even if lie j ,,,i,.i .,;tj ,. rv.-r prodiutil. They hurt fur CMtltinl subset itm without Mil ilificatioil to lliu 1 a nnlder end. f,.r n higlior tttsliny than nny tlint havo 1 I m or livnd. T irmnrK tin, 1...

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. — 14 March 1845

5L Correspondence of the N. Y. Com. Advertiser. Washington, March 0, 1915. Tho tovcral Cabinet officers appointed ycf terday, by and lth tlio advices and consent of the Senate, havo been installed in their office?. Tho suspension of the action nf tlio .Senate on the nomination of Mr. Hincroft, of Massacluf eltp, as Secretary of the Navy, was ovi-ius to n ugircstmn that ho was an abolitionist. Tho 110. ition of Massachtisetts In reference to the sla. very question is peculiar, In the respect that both of the political parties in that state havo United to promote the fanatical power. I havo little doubt, however, that tho Whb and a portion of tlio Democratic Senators will vote for tho nomination of Mr. Bancrolt. There are a (.'real number of disappointed nominees hero, vhno nominations full thrmiizh In consequence of the refusal of tho Senate In go Into Executive session. The Senate were willing; to confirm tlio nnmimlioin for tho army and navv, but thrv Intended In eivo the jrn.by to...

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. — 14 March 1845

mi. m Annul i.'b ! ISD I A X VE ( E TA 11 L E lilack Plnslcr. (TM1IS Wavier l unrivnlrl fur enrim; scrofiihi A swelling, -curvy, soa", lime l,ni'k,b'irii, pain in the -lilt", h.p or limb-, nml sol loin fail to ir relief m ciw of l.ictl rln' mi it. am. irnpi)iv Wo 'I'C filt", ii will iro tinny ofilic, common liver com' ,lniul, nn I il i fouii I to luoptril if nut niperior lo nnv com iili trr, lor corn nn tin1 (cel. II inntiedi' ntely npphel to n fresh wo m l it will pievenl -oro-ne.. nn I en i-o it quickly to boil. Fani' if- in tin lial.il itn-mi I'll" pl.i-ler, fl'iit il lit? t-r ih in nny tliinir plsr ft-r all inrno-i" f'ir vvlpch a iih-l'T or alve I. vviu'ol. It virnirf Inn.' I ecu wi'iie-cd 1 y tlin i-nil of rp-pceial lo f mil vuln il in virti i pans ol inc I'n.tci Mine, vv no l.avo iciin its eaicacy, PUIfE, 2VI-. per box. ICtU'ilniiy i-i-ri itii-ate may lu IiaJ, showing its cxtrioriliuarv fTi -t-, i f tlm i'wi limit to or.-1iTC I It eenntne nrtirlo nfM.ir In' ' I'll lor -linnl 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. — 21 March 1845

CC2 NOT TUB OLORV O F 1 C 2tf.S A T7-. P UOT TUB WBLFARB OP R O SI'S BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1S45. VOL. XVIII....N". 42. . ( l from ttic Churchman. IfUNUUAl, Ot' Till: I'.ARTII. Till; In iionM sleep metliniiRlit I saw, On thil crest dny ol.l'in', 1 Circll hy phantnnis forms of awo 'I he hnnry c.itlh expire) The moon wilh sickly itricfgrew pale, The sun wns ghrouileil in a cit Ofcveil istinii I'lnoui An I all ilio slits oncn fixeJ on hislt, Liki; iii'-ti'ors linnied ihrongli I he sky, Tj I i y li t him to Wis tomb. Tho last winds that could ever sweep Aluni! the o can ma"', Willi teiifnl ni-'hinsr woke tlie deep To swell his dyinijilirL'ci Aivl hit iiIoih tin. hind nir, Lost n'rit fl-ctinc in le pur, In hollow murmurs nuiiterM j And seven li nr-v ihnndtr, from a shroud Oi'sjnher'il hheknes, uui.int; loud, Their awful voices utter'd. And shadowy forms in misses sprunj The earliest horn of inilh : 1 They, who when lime himself was young. Smiled on creati...

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 March 1845

Vti J '- v s. "!TiT,rir!ril " !a'rb'Vev"li'(ki sl.ani.islu. Ihvln.iiril l irr-.iit ntnl vnoilslu iwn i TTl'TP'ffTR! I ffl lt reirNN l.'iiKl.iniliiii.ll'nnicli. Il.iw-uiril ui iy I. nc nil ii.llu 4& UIn&UmJ 3i i enceiii the L-ompr tt lietuLi-n tliiHrtiit p.irtsr nl i - - Hh.-int.ijrH ill Ihihl' the i-muiiciui:! point li-tw-ieii tin It KM A 11 ItS Mil. H I) W A It IK 01? KG ESN E, D re the Juint Stunting Committee on Itail tcityuin tti U'fsvfciiM tu !i'hlature,insith port th Petition of haae Morse and others. OexTLfMCNi It 1a not nun niiv pxcers of me- iiipti.m ill 11 t iilttMiit tit fumiti ilns lutiuon before V'Hi, it niti t iivti tiM-rwlii'Inmi! wuhl nf nuimrl. It t th.it I luvi' tiVfii loittf 1(10113!!, ami men iiuuiuh of (ruts in iMiiri, and f m wttinlitn9 beforu cuittunl t-t-, to Ifirn lint 1 ui.tl inv, nn) n I'liiupi'tctit nnd hutu'sl tn'iiiM-il. me much safer rt-l Mints lliun .nut: mitt v nu I 1 Id.- hit. U'u njipMr a Ptn:tiil limn before tht? IeiBlitii of Mn4t'huctH, t...

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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. — 21 March 1845

A i LtTKRAUY NOTICES. Fhreion Quarterly llr.vinw. Jnii.i 1813. kMr. Scott's reprints nro liunlsomcly oxpcuIpJ mil altogether very reaiMblo ; but biiii inoy nro not " Itk'o a boolr.." I'lioro is but emu fotttiiro bout Idem to which wo ran demur. If uo could Jiave our way we wihiM loreior uniiisli double columns, anil tlmt oriler of " clienp tile future " which lias beenmo so unaiHivi'. lor I In (air ami honest pag0 "f ,M0 oris;1'' edilinti. The expense of reprinting n fac-snnilo edition could be but a trifle more, ami wo ate sura lliat tin one who appreciates llm value of Srnlt & Cn's series nl reprints (mil wlin of Inn subcri bers limn not ?) would licsit.ito lo add Ins half lollar or dollar, for the tnki of hU own cornlort and the rrcd't of his library. Wo hope Ih it an inrreased anil steady dm.iiid nttllin part ofmli acfiber!, will warrant tho onlorpriciinr publi.-li. ers in soon uiat;iiit the eh injie which we surest. Wo haic. in llm present No. paper upon "Wars in Gurmiiiy."...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 March 1845

TO I'EDLAKS. 100 Brass Clocks of the finest qtinlit v. 10 Oh) Drilled eved N.vdlr-s, 5'W Pi.-U Mil i.l llc.id Puis, In Lbs. ounce pm-, 60 IhiZ Fancy Simp, 5 Urns Oerut.in Pipc, 2 " T il Tr mi el-, 101) I nxc- Fnnrer Hun-, 2.1 ' It 'IHII Pill', SO (ri Wltml Ol.nl'.-, 20 " p'liii'd iiikI dennm spoons, It) 41 C. r oi nml Bout Lni-c-, 50 " I'y.-let-, 1 2 " TIiimiMii' Walking, 2(1 " Spu.ilThrenil, 50 " fiilf "nil Iwi I CiiiiiIk, II) " SpivM -In , all kind-, 10 " Spe-mc'i- Cas'-, St.-e' I',-, (ii rmi'i -iKit Y. in' ill kiiuli nfThiin 11 an I in.iny iiiImt irni'il Im Pedlar-nl the hiH. sl inuUei int-r Ml nio invi'ed tn loo', at irni'd-nnd I' iv or mil, a- 1 rhi'U c, mi oi liuniion n I uy i fnc iricd liy toukinir. uni.NSM.MD & brothers. IV.. 13, 1313. 37 S1NUJLE. DOUBLE. UMBILICAL. A M. I.ind-of TRt'-HKS Inr Rtmtiirc- Incident to tho Male. f(,r sale, and aci! iratelv nii'itn-il. b 35 l'WK & SPIJAIL GREAT BARGAINS rpIlH nubscnher, W'shini? to close un In merclinn L diJn;-r b i-mie-e....

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 March 1845

NOT THE GLORY OF CJSAR OUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME BY H. B. STACY. R II II 1 1 X 0 T ON. V E ft At 0 X T. FRIDAY. MARC II 38, IN45. Y0L.XViII....Xo.43. From the Trlliino. STAN. VS. Miss Mxnv S. Dwtaitr. nf Stnckbridge, Min" one of the Teachers in ibe Albany Female Academy, .lieil Bticldci.lv in that elly, Sabbath, Feb. 23 i, and was hmnglit to Stockbritltfe fur Interrinenl. There came a bird of a silver tone A bird iiflhu early sprinet And he liiehied dawn nn a m none In our burinl ground I and hi- sit alone, And, like pilarhn glad of his j urney done, . te folded hit plumy wing. 'Tis an ar-lent around our burial ground, Am! it.. Htil is vr-mered thera Of the red -browed chief, who,ci.-r1 &. crowned, Once nroodlv trod in the vales around ; ' . And hi. palrr friend, who tlooped and found His quiet bed to share. And the I ird looked round on the tield of the dead As pensive and pondering Ion?) A 'mesaeneer-hird'-sn my fancy said From the 'spiril-land nnd a Into shed A dewey hjht luund...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 March 1845

a'gjos giBiBgB' From the Hoston Conriei. PORTLAND ND MONTREAL lAILllOAl). Tlio nilitorsnf lliu Portland papers npprar to bo a little ruffled by our brief sketch of the Lectures of Judge Preble, In Montreal, on tilt' vast, unknown iitul unappreciated tiem fill of ii r:iilrnHil to Portland. A writer in tlio Poiilaud Advertiser, in liis honest zeal for tlio interests of Portland, suggests tlil tlio short- h i n-1 vriti-r of the Montreal Her ald, who took ilnwn, vvrnln not, hikI published in that paper, tin- ingenious Mini very UiisicK nalive speech of llie Judge, which lists fur nished no liilln iiiiinsonieiit in ibis qunttor, was .1 Huston spy in disguise ; lint we can assure Idni of his mill ild' ; wo have not sup posed hero lliiil our lirollii'r John over the lino w.u so credulous as to require any etuis i.iry to put liitn on It is go ird against lliu D.iwn E.isters. Asaiu, litis writer quibbles nt a seeming cntitratiety in our diction, when we speak of tin.' rapid flight of tlio Ju...

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. — 28 March 1845

without leaving tlio shadow of a slain on his Chriflian nrinor. Aficr n feeling allusion tt t lie other Sonnlnrs whn had died during the last few years, ho rlu. ted with I ho Benediction. Tlin Funeral Procession then formed in the following order: Tlio Clergy in attendance. Physicians who attended 1:10 deceased. Committee of Arrangements. Pull llcnrers. The Family and friends of the deceased. The Senjlor from tlio smte ol Massachusetts, as principal mourner. The Sergeant-at-Arms nf tho Smato of the United Stales. The Senate nftho United Stales, ptecctlcd ly tho Vice President or tho Uniltd Stalls and ' ilirir crrct try. The Members ofthe Intc House of Representative, tho Clctk of the House of Rtprtscntnmcn, and officers ol linlli llmi'M of Congress. The President of tin-United Mates. Tho Heads of Dip.irlmcnts. F.ireiim Almifir-re. Judges of tlio United Slates. Officers of the F.vccu'ne Frpirtmcnts. Officers of the Armv nnd Nnvv. Tho Mayors of the cttiis uf Washington, Georgetown and...

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