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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 July 1848

Later from Mexico, Hy Uio steamship Palmetto nt New Orleans, Vcr Cru Ontcs of tlio 18th lilt., nro rcccital. A formidable) conspiracy liJ broken out )n tlio city ot Mexico, listing lor its object tlio over throw of the Government, nntl Ilia extermination of Uio peace tarty, or tlio party in favor of the last treaty, i'ho work of assassination has al ready coinmcnccJ, fito of the prominent mlvo catci of peace, friends of tho United States, having beon mmilcrcil. Tho conspiracy is hcailcil by Gen. l'arcdes, ex-President, and Padre Jarautn, tho Guerrilla leador. All tho United Stales troops wcro expected to leavo tho capital on tho 21st Juno. MrSotierleft tho capital on tho 12th, and was expected to nrrh o nt Vera Cruz on tho 19th. On his arrival nt Vera Criu, tho Custom Houso at that placo would bo gitcn up to tho Mexican authorities. It is said that a considerable number of the American troom. together with a few officers. will remain In Mexico, and enter tho servico of uio aiox icbi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 July 1848

I t f i t a To (lie l'jreiicli People. Ay, trnmplt on that prostrate throne, And bow like slaves no longer Your tyrant from hit tint has Sown, Ami liberty growl stronger. Birike boldly for your freedom, now Let nothing check or blind you, Furrow the loll drive on the. plow, Nor look In fear behind you. Millions, In Knropc, on yon bend Their eyci with anxious yearning Million their (railing chains ro rend In bloody strife and burning. Oh, luar ye not the exultant cry, Of our own eagle, ruing; Against tho archives of the iky, Al freedom 't new baptlilng t How proudly soars he, while with fear Old Europe'! klnga are quaking) Karth haa no music for his ear, Like that of fctteri breaking. With quivering wing and fiery glance, With olden memories glowing, lie loots forth to his brother France, Where martyrs' blood U flowing. lie watts to sco you proudly march, With freedom on yoar banners Ard hear, from the o'crhanglng arch, Echo'your loud hosannas. Then rise before the expectant world, A...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 July 1848

m ill ii mm niijiPf" "' ' '-.-rifyiiiiw''ir'iiAi''('i?igy VOL.UME XIT. BRATTIiEB OltO, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1848. NUMBER 47. 1'UllI.ISItKI) EVEIIY FIUDAYBY RYTHEIt At PIsATT. O. II. PLATT, KD1TOII. OFFICE SO. 2 WliEtLta'K BT03K DCILDIHO. Turns. To single subscribers, $1,00 a year. To Companies and those who pay In advance, a liberal ancouni win oe rnwae. I l TO THE PUBLIC. PLEASE HEAD THE FOLLOWING, AftU UUMT AIE IJISUUUUAl.l.lJ AT ITS LENGTH, THE VAllIETV AND HICIINESS WILL WELL PAY THE TEUUSALl AT BRACKETT'S, No. 1 Wheeler's Buildlntr, CAN be found the richest, best And cheapest assort ment of Jewelry, iceveT offered In this mar ket, comprising every variety of style and finish from the most celebrated makers, and at prices as low as any reasonable purchaser can ucsire. GODL AND SILVER WATCHES of all Miorti ml itxes" nd prices Tiirylng from g np 10 i . SIVER WARE. Tea, Table. Cream, Suear, Desert. MuiUnl and Salt Spoons, Ii titter and Fruit Knifes, warranted ino -pure iiou. A NpIeiKll...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 July 1848

Congressional Proceedings. Monday, July 3. SENATE. Mr Metcalfe, tlio new Senator from Kontucicy, nppcarcu mm ma t Mr Mangum addressed the Senate, during which ho undertook to demonstrate that Mr Cass stands nowhere in regard to tlio W ilmot Proviso, that ho had studiously evaded ho issuo. on tho Btibject, and left tho pubha who ly In tbe dark. He quoted iOaM'ssrchos, in suDnort of this position, nd was frequenth' kSted and questioned during Mi remark. Wednesday, to attend tho Monument celebration tomorrow. I JIOUSK. A motion that tho Coinmittco of the Whole bo discharged from tho further con sideration of tie hill to increaso tho efficiency of the army, and providing for disabled officers, was carried. A hill paved Riving tho Stato of Vermont two pieces of cannon captured by Vcnnontera in tho War of tho llerohijion. Mr Floumoy finished his speech, and was fol lowed by Mr Woodward, who addressed the House In a constitutional argument against the Wilmot Proviso. Adjourned till Wednesd...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 July 1848

(litAxn .Tunv. Judco VoolliurTi I t tho session of llio u. B. larcini uourt 1 General Tailor as a Hsh. rii7.XStiSmi4 Hon. John .7. Crittenden addressed' a great ' Newport, IU I, Oio ol ior day, took occa.. on, ,u,.lfi mr(,i; i,,!,, 1Vi on pj... ion Slave Trade (evening, ICth injt. Ho was on Ins way homo to win- nn, hor. of the Domestic trniT.c T, "2 W m mo u. . iXmn S or which onr national capital i, n.to to canva.j the Stato fr (JoTcn.or. Jlr ho Snal XI The Grand Jury, arfcr fin- Cr.Mln iietcr wttfrfmako a jor ipcci-h, and iinini hit not sen r,n;,h, hmHy. fVn. Taylor it a HVSio. Tliia, Mr Crittenden VI ............... i , , I .1. .1. , - , . , If, , Isaiu, ue uvtiami irom nil own Knowledge tio is a Whig, a rood Whig, a thorough Whlir. . I In Maryland hare determined to appoint dele- Jw him lobe a i sYMg, but not an i ultra hiR. oatcs to the Buffalo Conrcntion, and nominato All is political feelings are identified with llio ... i :!-, n.. I. . .i,on? Ai.lt. I tv Ins lart v. SUvory s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 July 1848

Nature's Noblemen. Awny with false fashion, to calm ml so chill, Wtiera pleasure Uself cannot i-letse Away with cold brc? dine, thai faithlessly stM Affects to be quite at lu easoi For the deepest In feeling Is highest la rank, Tlio freest Is flnt in the land, And Nature! own nobleman, friendly and frank, It a man with his heart In his hand. Fearless In honesty, gentle yet Just, He warmly can lore and can hate. Nor will he bow down, with his foca In the dust, To Fashion' Intolerant tte ) , For best In cood brcctllnjr, and highest In rank. Though lowhr or poof fa the land, Is Nature'! own Nobleman, friendly and frank, The man with hit heart In his hand. Jlit fashion is passion, sincere and Intense, Jlis Impulses simple and tnic, let tempered by judgment, and taught by good sense, And cordial with me and with you! For the finest In manners, as highest In rank, It U wow, manl oryeumanl who stand- A man with his heart In his hand I IE?" There is a great deal of philosophy In the followi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 July 1848

'."mamjtKlHv gyzfvm '.mm all lSSJSsJsjpssajagja VOLUME XIV. JBRATTIilSB OHO, FRIDAY, JUL.Y 21, 1848. NUMBER 48. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 11 Y UYTIIErt it PLATT. O. II. PLATT, EDITOR. OFF1CR-.no. i wheeler's stox svildixo. Tansis. To single subscribers, S 2,00 year. To Companies, and those who pay in advance, a liberal discount will be made. Millinery & Dress Making, StovftuUuval. Sign of the big Blue Bonnet. MRS. E. HINCKLEY, GRATEFUL to the Ladiet of Brattleboro and TidnttT for their patronage, while the hai ex crtcd herself to furnish them with the best and molt appro red itrlcs of Millinery that could possibly bo disposed of in the country, she would say that she hu Just returned from New York with a more ex tetuire assortment than usual consisting of the following: Shirred Bonnets, Neapolitan Lace. Bird's Ere, flougb and Ready, Cor'd itutland, Fr. 15 Ends, Oeoereee, Coburg, jIilan Edge. Fr. RotUnd, Frencii Lftccs, English Straws, DanstaMci- Whlch she will dispose of at love at...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 July 1848

W " Congressional Procefdlnga. Monday, July 10. 8F.NATE. A joint resolution was introduced try Mr Hale In favor of preventing speculation in tlio public lands, nnd providing that every male citizen owning no oilier laud, may enter 100 acres nnd receive a patent for tlio same, af ter fito yean residence thereon; which was read and passed over Informally. . . A petition rra presented ly Mr Upbantr.of Vt. from liii constituents, prating Congress to purchase the Mount Vernon estate for, ,h8 't0 of a National Jlotanic Garden. Referred to tho Committee on Agriculture. Mr Hannegan presented a petition in favor of the purchaso of Catlin's Indian Gallery. Re ferred to tho Joint Committee on tlio Library. The Oregon bill was taken up. Mr Johnson of Md. made a speech recommending such a compromise as will reconcile tho North and tho South. Mr Hannegan of la. gave notice that ho would offer an amendment to tho effect that all States formed out of Territories south of tho lino of tho Missouri Co...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 July 1848

From Mexico and Yucatan. Ve have few tlaje' Inter new from Vera Crui. Xtirijr ll ibe volunteers and the tea new regiments of re gulan hadnrmeci. Oen. Worth's division remained t Jalap at Taredrt an J .Tarauta a re disconcerted In tliclr movements, ana Government is contwem 01 cw imr nllu to quell the revolution. V.l.. ku mlflr ssod a manifesto to the Stales, calling upon them to furnish him with men anil money to complete hit revolution. The Le? Ulature of Tamaulioai liu demanded two million! of dollars or tho federal Go em inent, as indemnity for the territory north of the Ilio (i ramie, c-cded to tliu United Slate by the trcalr of Guadaloupe. The Mexican Government appropriated 3lhY0n0 fnp lh iminpili.lft relief of Yucatan. Eight thousand of the white inhabitants of locatan, tying Ironi in iraiun bihk, u.i. taken, refuge in Jlerida. A part of the des patch is hero unintelligible. II mentions Cam pcachr in connection with the insurrection, hut whether It was raptured or attacked, w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 July 1848

i Pnrc Air. Throw open the window nd fatten U there I rung tlio curtain uldo ana tho bund, Ami Rive trees entrance to heaven's pure air TIs tho Ufa nnd the health of mnnklnd. JlohoM that doll conconrso in yonder closed pce, With vlangc ilnffgbh and red How calmly they Bit, each one In hw placej While their Inngi with alow rol"n are fed. What makes the pram deanmio drowsy atclmrchl Hie scholar ro dulllnhiiclflw I , Dry sermons I dry studies I tho brain's In tho lurch, for the wont of jmre oxjgcn gas. Come, rouie from your stupor before It's too late, And do notyonrnelf so abme, As to sit ell the day with your feet on the grate No wonder you're getting tho blues 1" Are you fond of cougln, colds, djspqula and rheums 1 Of headaches, and feren, and chills! Of bitters, a aires, hot drops, and medicine fumes, And bleeding, and blisters, and pills 1 Then shut yourself up like ft monk In his cave, Till nature grows weary and sad, And imagine yourself on the brink of the grarc, Where nothing ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 July 1848

n. Ji.il .iiWte; tUTmont p haniX . I- 1 VOLUME XIV. BRATT1EIS ORO, FRIDAY, JULY 38, 1848. NUMBER 49. rUDMSIIED EVEIIV FRIDAY 11 Y KYTHEIt it PLATT. O. II. PIiATT, CUITOU. OFFICII KO, 2 WlIKEI.Ea's BTOXC BC1LD1KU. Trrms-To .Ingle subscribers, S,00 n year. To Companies ami thoe who pay In advance, a liberal discount will be made. It U SI M2SS CAIPDS. L.O.IHIilD, gtttor 'fj niiiSonns:lornt ILito, rRACTICINO IN TUB COURTS OP VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Commlssionerappoitited to take proof and acknowl edgment of Deeds and other Instruments, to tc rcconled or used intlicStato ofXew York. Afrcntfor tlic Atna nnd Protection Insurance Com panics, Hartford, Conn. Insuring all kinds of proper! j on the most reasonable terms. M J. SMIOtVltS, M!t!FACTPnKnAKD DK11.ER IX Lames', Gtitmitv'i, Misses' axd CuiLnncs's Ilnntx, Shoe, mill Itultbers, Unfit RailJing, nearly opposite Stnillis Stttpt House. joiin r. a iu ins, iuxci-acti-rer or Cnrr Ingest iiikI Sleighs, Wui Hrattledoro, Vt. (35) ccoitoi; cuxi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 July 1848

('oiigrcssionnl Proceedings. Monday, July 17. SBJJATE. Tlio Naval Appropriation Hill was taken up, ami Sir Johnson of Go. ottered an amendment, indemnifying the officers aim men nf tlio ships Peacock, Missouri, Grampus, Shark, anil Souicrs, for the losses sustained by thcin in the destruction of those, vessels. Jho nmcmlmcnt was orjojjr-d printed. A bill was repo rsiw, providing for the regula tion of pilot. ... In tho HOUSE, n resolution was adopted calling on llm President for information ns to tlio amounts of money paid to Cass and Taylor, rospeclivoly, for regular ami extra service) to the government, Tho Naval Conimittoo were instructed to re port a plan for reducing tho Navy to tho peace I'slnbli.hmcnt. Tccspay, July 18. SBNATE. A report wasrcccivcil from tho Secretary of tho Treasury with regard to im ports of coal and iron. Mr Rovordv Johnson inquired if the officer had answered his inquiry in regard to the number of officers employed in tho Baltimore Custom House, and the V...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 July 1848

possessed themselves of nearly all tho. Venetian prisoners. Iialv. Homo lilni rlistailed slate. Hio pope is reported to havo had a torero cfiilcplic atiacic. Al'aTntA. Perfect tranquility- rc!gn in Vi- Spain. Tho Carlitt'a rising has commenced. InELAXD. Several convictions bale Leon obtained against persons for drilling the people in ttio use of arms. A warrant lias been issued against the publisher of tho "Felon," llio suc cessor or AlitcheUt Journal. A bill has been fonnd against Deviii lteilly for drilling tbe peo ple. Scotland. A riot lias occurred at IMin Lurg, resistance being made to the annuity tax. Turrkw Three thousand houses have been destroyed by firo in I'cra. An insurrection liad broken out among tho galley slates at lYoudn. Firo hundred of them vrcro Lilled. The Territorial Hill Carao up in the Senate last Saturday, and was tho occasiou of considerable debate, there of tho correspondent of tho Journal of Coni incrca makes the following notice: Tho Bill to establish tc...

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 July 1848

Old Rough mill Itrady. Hearty nd linto on the downhill of lire, Nurtured hy labor and strcnelbcncd hy llrlfc, OrcY from exposure, where danger was rife, Our Zach. has grown rough and grown cU. Quick M the flath from the flint and llio ttrcl, l'rompt to express what hit bottom ma. frel, Eager to iliovr a true patriot'! eal. He ll watchful, and mn'y, and bold. Oto I like the oak In whoie age wo delight i Hocoill Jiko the diamond whoso heart ll lllll bright i , , , , . IlEitT I to wale like tho watch-dog at night, When the wolves shall break Into the fold. long may he yet lire, to hii country endeared I Long, at lu chief ruler, may he bo rerered I By friends well lieloved. and by enemies feared, When tlie tales of ills prowess arc told. The Fni'Ior Mngnziuo For J'othing! s TAUT XOT. Mntlc reader, at this announce. HICK, IlUr MT. I..IU.TM ll. MIC IMtllullluuu VI ..IB day. It Is nract.hosreverasionisiiimr.thattiionuti. lister will be happy to prove tothoso whoaroekcp tlcal on tho subject...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 August 1848

VOIjUME XIV. URATTL.131 ORO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 184S. NUMBER 50. BOSTON MUSEUM, i TKEMOXT STItEET, Ihticetn Court and School SVi., Host on. THIS fftabtinhmnt h?inf brn removed to ih tupcrb edifice erected for the ciprcw purpose, t a coil of nesrl a QLMRTI.U Or A MILLION? DdLl.ARK, it now tcUnowlcdjt-d to be tho mont Tilutble anil prr JccUjr imnytd institution of the kind la America, 'Hie retire prcmitea corer neirl Twenty Thonsantl feet of Innd, the whole of which, with iti oumcrouit cibineti it crowded with aery virict of Birds, Qaadrnptds, Fish, Rtplllts, Insfcls, isbtlh, MiDtral&v Fosiil, if. from all puts of the world, togtiWr with upward of 1000 C09TLT IMIXTIXU!, and rare taluable ling raring, among which are Sullj'i irreit 1'icture uf Wnsliliigtoii Cro&9liigtlic Hrlnunrr. Portrut of the GoTernori of MtMaebutetti and all the rresideota, Repainted br th beat artU, hang thewatltin rrcry part, and ith tin unique Mituwj, Kgrotisin, Indian and TolDefiao Ilelie-., tc , welling...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 August 1848

y. W'Mg Nominations. FOll PllHsiDEXl ZAOHAIUT TAYItOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PIIKSIDKXT, HEXWARD FIXXIYIORB, ir NEW YORK. StnCo Noniluntloui. FOB OOVXKSOIl, CARLOS C00L1 DUE. Thrttt Wajs later from Europe. VEiliMOlNT PIKENIX. Uy the arrival of iho Cunnrd steamer Europa . . . miiod, on ii.o artu, wo haio three d.-i later Urattlfjboro, Friday, Allg. 4. 1848. and four days later from Liverpool and Ireland. FnAxcn Another plot lias Lccn discovered at Paris. A correspondent of tlio London Globe says that tho men of Iho Atclicra Nationaux and the other turbulent workmen had resolved to mako another attempt on tho 14th, tho day orig inally fixed upon for Iho fivo-noui banquet. It ll now known that thil win merely a pretext for i getting together an Initucnso body, most of whom wcro to carry a run secreted under their blouses, while otheri wcro, on tho Erst signal of outbreak, to have proceeded to tho depots of muskets and ammunition which wero to have been made In tho quarter three or fou...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 August 1848

IMract from Senator Phelps' Letter! to the Whig State Convention. Sneaking of General Taj lor lie m): lis sentiments on the ul)jcct of iho cto power would alone, entitle liim to tlio support of ilio Whig party. In IhU respect nlso lie is the very opposite to Iiii competitor. While one stamls i'Lr.tai:i to the uso of the veto power to carry out the party "platform," the other is rl.KiMI'.ti to IcAto the legislation of tho country in tlio proper kinds, that is, tho hands of Con tress, tho proper exponents of tho public will This iliil'orenuo is radical and essential. Gen. T.lYt.oit stands liero iijkhi tho WlIM ri.AT runvt. And wcro notlunji more to bo gained by his election than tho restoration of the truo 1...I... .!... ,t. ..it.,.. I.nnn...litiilinii. al independenco of Congress, this great object would bo worth tho united and strenuous eflorts of the) Whig party I This ono leatiiro in his political creed involves many considerations. If I am asked w hat nro liis personal v lews on ...

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

T Confidence ami Credit. Tlio day mi dark, l In mrkm dull, Tlio 'Cnange u Ihin, Gaieties orc full, And hatf the (own was breaMngi The i-oantcrslirn of cash waa "stop I" Hankers nnd llrokcrs shut up shop, .And honest heart were aching. When near tlio 'Change, my fancy spied A faded form with has! stride, Ilcnoath griefs burden stooping Her name was Credit, and alio said Her father, Trade, was lately dead, Her mother, Commerce, drooping. The amlle she was wont to w ear, Was withheld by the hand of Care, Her eyes had lost their Inure ; Her charaetcr was cone, she said, I'or basely had she been betrayed, And nobody would tntst her. That honest Industry had tried To gain fair Credit for bla bride, And found the lady willing j lint ah 1 a fortune hunter came, And Speculation waa his name A rake not worth a shilling. The villain was on mischief bent,1 He gained both dad'a and mam's .consent j And then poor Credit smarted Ho filched her fortune and her fame, He Used a blot upon her name, An...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 August 1848

1 VOLU31B XIV. I.cautiful, Choice ami Desirable Ao. Ill WiisliliiBtoii SI.,' IIOSTON, (A'torfy Opimite tie OU SmA.) The Subscriber offers at Wholesale and P.olail the largest variety of FANCY GOODS utr ouetcd fa this city, mil it be hli adopted the LOW PRICE SYSTEM, LAUGH SALES ASD SMALL PROMTS, lie If fnaMrJ to nflVr bis Gow. AS LOW If nm LOWKK than nj other eiUbhfhtnent in the United Statci. Among lite fmnieme varietv he Hill mention n f of the Icailm artjc In. which he can itmrecui- tamers compriiei llie vcrjr mm assortment. SHELL, HORN & FANCY COMBS. K.Irgant wrought Shell Hack and Side Onmbi reil rtria miiie uiiiuin itorn.i ap, irreiilna tod Ivor Combs, of til sizes inri ilrprees of fineness. Horn, Side, Wrought, Cip md Unid Combs, comprising a splendid iisortnirnt. Perfumery ami Cosmetics. I.obik's well known Per fumes nf tit the moU fish ion able Odors, twenty-fife different kinds. Lit. bin'e Snips Uuerlain's Perfumes, Jules lUuel't F.au Do Luttttl iml Oi Marrow and Rest'...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 August 1848

Congressional Proceedings. MllKllAY. July 31, HV.VATI' Mr Hunt on rasa notice that llO fliouU nsk Icavo to Introduce a brief lull, copied from tbo act of 1801, to enable the President to establish temporary governments in urcgon nnu California, In casa nothing better should bo dono in tlio meantime. Mr Brccsc, from the Committee on the public lands, reported a bill In favor of ascertaining und settling titles to lands in California, and of granting donations of land rights to actual set tiers. Sir Athcrton, from llio committee of con ference, made a report on dm annual appropri ation liill ( objected to part of tho report. HOUSE. After tlio transaction of some rou tine business, Mr llinl.-all, of New York, inado mi Ineffectual effort to reply to attacks inado on his political integrity by Mr Collins of N. Y.,on Friday last. On motion of Mr King of C'a., llio committee of tbe whole was discharged from tho further i onsideration of tho bill granting alternate sec tions of land to Geor...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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