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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 March 1845

TO PROLANS. 100 Brass Clocks of tho finest qiin'itv. 10000 Drilled pvciI Needle., 500 Pick., -oli.l lle.id run, 10 l,b. IIIII1.1' I'll!', 60 I'nz F.tncy Snap, 5 Cms-, ftcrui.in Pipe, 2 " Tut Trnni el', 100 law F.n-.'er Itim;., 25 " II.oin I'm.. AO t.ro Wood Cimi'.., 20 " plnied and t.ermin ,poon, 10 " Cr c: nnd Until Lace, so ' ix-tiei-, 2 " llioni'KOiiMIUtklng, 20 " SpimlThreaii, 50 " Side nnd lui I Comb", 10 " Speu'ii.-lo , nil kind-. 10 " Ve'iac!u Case-, Steel Pe-.. (.cruiau nKw ware, nil kind nf Thim ble, and ininynth.'r irnn.1 tut Pedlii- at the hiwtsl inuko pri.-cr." All arc invi eii lit Inn', at tr.m.1- tttnl I. iv nr not, a they clmo-e, no in litiniiuu In luy i. Inc irred tiy luokinir. URINSMAIO & DROTHFHS. Feb. tS, ISIS. 37 btisULE. DOUBLE. UMU1LICAU l.t, '.tilinl TR'H'KS l"r R ipl ire- incident lo L-hii Mite, f,.r ile, and .vv.rn'clv ai.-.l'.-.l. I I'M K iV NIM.AK. GREAT BARGAINS Esq! JSoMas i?ir Bala . rp 1 1 1 mIiht1iiT, w shiny; )) ehie mi tu on-rchnrr 1 (ii.mi! b m...

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. — 4 April 1845

i,l---la-i---r- .i . . ( fBm ilrl!1t1dSii,v' WOT THE GLORY OF C 1 S A n DUT T II C W B 1 P A II C OP R O Al BY H. II. STACY. 15 1! U I, I N G T ON. V 1! II M 0 N T. P It T D A Y, A P It 1 1 J, 1S-J5. VOL. XVIII....X0.41 Tllll (SPItlii: A PAltOUY. 'Twas on n enol, n glorious night, A winter's eve the ntuon phono bright! A Senior an id, "I'll linvc n spree. VVIiate er the consequence may tiu Kicel.-ior. He sauntered out old Dorp was still Noonown- sliritixi in the hill i Tie looked Mlcanr,' said lie, 'I'll tjo it, For sure I am oU l'rcx won't Know it.' latcd-lor. Alhamlirn's halls, though Inte, were light Ucfore it iloora on post upright, A thing wns seen, with letters red, That told of something 'not so dead" 'Stowed Oysters.' The Senior enters calls for p. inch Jji-kt-ep hisbtilnno mli" lum-in He swies nwnv he eels q-iite slewed t Uut yet h swears hu'll laUc the brewed At OuJe's. So soon he takes his partinn swill, And starts, quili! rorkid, tn reaclt the hill s His eyes stuck nut l...

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. — 4 April 1845

r- mm ipiamaai CHITTENDEN COUNTY AGRI CULTURAL SOOIETV. PUBMIU.MS Ol-THIIM) l'OH 1815. I'AltM. Vnr ll,n Im.l r ntl 1 1 nliwl V 1. hot let limn Ml acres. 810,00 ',1 host ilil m For tin; boat do. miller 50 acres, nut less than twenty, ttd best ilo. l'll'.l.l) liltOl'S. For bu.il two arm nf winter wheat, 2d best ! best (mo acre ul dt 21 best iln do . best two acres nf spring wheat, 2d best do best cue acre of do Sid bc.it do uo best olio acre of corn, 'J best do do best twoaeies of rye, i!d best do ' do best two acres of barley, lid best do -best Itt'o acres of oats, l!d best do best one arro of peas J.I hot do be?l half acre of beans, !.M best do bet one arrc of potatoes SJil best do borliuio-fnutth aero of carrots L'd best do best half acre of broom corn 'Jil best do itoit i innruin:. best five (.oris of l,iblo apples', not loin tli.in 10 of caeli Mirl, Ud hot do best three sorts of pears, not less than la of each Jd bcM do best four quarts of plums nf any dis tinct variety ; each' v...

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. — 4 April 1845

The Lion's Sham: or Tiir. Spoils. i This usud to full lo tliu lot of Virginia, lint under tlio now dynasty, Tunnrsscu lakes llio lead. In addition to tlio President sind Postmaster General, Tunnusscu carries ufl' the consnlslii at Liverpool, llio reairder ahlp in tlio General Land Office, a (miser's berth in tlio Navy, and the appointment of Charge to Naples. Ono would suppose that Mr. Polk might have found n suitable per iod Tor (ho consulship nt Liverpool in somu ono of our groat sna-porls, and without go ing ao far into tliu inleiior us Tennessee. Dut perhaps the extensive commercial inter mits of Tennessee, wero deemed better worth guarding than thoso of Now York or Massachusetts. FnnM Sr. Douinro. Hy the arrival of tlio Bchoonqr Orr.illo, Cipt. I.tifkin, nt Philadelphia, dates to the .'iJ Inst, from Cape Hnyticn, have been received. There wore rumors of suppres sed outbreaks in various parts of tlio Island J but every thinjj was quiet ni Cape Ihtion. The United States sloop of-...

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. — 4 April 1845

mmt, NEW UHUIinV KOIt BRONCHITIS, HOARSENESS, 77J IlliONCIIIAL COM FIT. TIIH I'rr hirnnon i- In en lul tnn'lrv nil irrilr.llon ol i he l.nrynv.Ti.ii hei, or llriinrdi nl Tn' c. Il Will Ic. liini.l iMii-lly -t-i vi -cn'.ln m ou-ei tiri-iuir from tlironh iiilltimtion, an I tlui.u cati-ed Ly llie traii-icnt e cel. nf cold.. It. pr pcrnct nro .uoti n lo fmp 1 rl a MKitiliii nn I mo'tiiv itta lu'ii-nimn to the lucinbr.inous surface, when exoitol. whether l.y 'he elici t s i f mil' rnzii or ol i n i-imiI oxc lion in p'ubliu peril; Ins, nnil u her use. nf the vocil iiram. SET Clcrayineii, Pitl.hc and Pnvalu Singers mi'l other person. m lerina Iron fT'.-ti n of the Throat, Hoar-cncs, Col li (il longer or sli tier il 'ration, it oilier iiiijiiiliincnls of the voice, wi'l li tt I tins a nuni linnottniit dl-covcry. Il i. entirely bee fnun nllilrl rtenous tiifc-ralients. nn I li i I con prep irej un ler the be-t tneili-al -iiervi ion. Price -25 cents per box. Soldnt V. HAlllil MITON' i lluo!.-l...

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. — 11 April 1845

I hi 1111. NOT the OLOISY OP C Z3 s A n DUT THE w & x. f a n o OP R O K n BY II. Ii. STACY. BURLINGTON, V fill MONT, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1845. VOL. XVIII....No..l5 New York Adv'ts. DRAPER, ALDRIC1I ff FR1XK. WhtVcsalt. dealers In STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS. A'u. C7 Liberty Street, IJelwccn llroadtwiv und the l'ost Oll'cc. TKNDt:iilin tlifitil. rt'tt acknowledgments to Mir Vermont cn.tonier for the hi cral patronase Ircretotore extended to u; wo "-cilicil an c.ulv nuJ particular examination of our desirable and aImot entire new steel, of SI'llINC. ROODS, cmhrnerttir a complete a -urimoiit of Staple and Fa ncy article., I'Oih cr iomc-lio and I'nreeiu manufacture, imludim? the newe-t style ofcolored and mo'irum? De Laines, Lawns, lln.zonivr.s ISAntiEcn, Sum.mf.ii Coating ,1'antai.oon Stitfs, ISnowNand IIh acii .n Cotton f'fJTH- ('a i.Mi:nr.'L Vustisgs and ih le-t style of Americas Paints. tThc-e good have all Iwn selected with -icci.l reference to the wants of llie Vf.r most Trahf....

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. — 11 April 1845

warn ipmrnm Sl'UihN'lNG TIIC YOKIi. following letter from ono of llio most '-Jtroniiniiiil supported (if lion. Julin l. Il.ilc, mid ono wlm h is dared lo disregard llio tuun- il.itti of it despondi mill unprincipled purty, Ii wiutlij of bring placed on rc-.did nuiu example of luniL'st iidlierciico lo piineiplo nri-ly mi'i vviih in u Locu-Foeo : Tj the KJitartof lUe S. It Patriot! I nciimviuJxi! llio tempi nl the I ii ninubpr oT your t tptT, nnd hate perused ihe articles liy which voj Ii ivt attempted to dispose of n few more iiicuihci's ol Itie Oyuocrulic paily, nnil to pass lliem uit lu ihe t trimmo! s. I .nail nuliu a luiv plain at itomcnis in r-',ly u mr summary prtU'cethn.!9, nut hit'iiise 1 wish to evade ti 11 v prrtidu iff your u raih, li.it meiily to t-xprrM my chiii.- npi if your deiiimrntions, nnd tiiv iiti s civcrin adherence hi llie cause nf fit-cdom iiii I Jusiie.. I n. n weil tjiifi. ij tlt.il thu lull's, hulled U'l.tisl iiiM'H and others, vice nit h tlic nnin, in tende...

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. — 11 April 1845

routa terminates at Burlington i and I appro heml the Legislature will never extend It north over the ground covered liy tho other vvhilo that oxists; bo that the reennhnismeo nf tlio epico between Hurlinglon and Cauaita line with that View, which you say Is about to bo inado by your citizens, can bo postponed for tho preont, mul the expense paved ; tlniugli the friends of the Montpolier route will join in the expense, and thank them too, to perform the service as soon as may be, for their benefit. With tho advantages enumoralcd, can there be any doubt that the Montpolier route would bo regarded with most favor by the lloston capital it? Indeed by any capitalists. Without mentioning other consideration!-, 1 will conclude this hasty communication by ask ing whether enough has not already been sug. gesled to satisfy your good citizens, that by joining tho friends of the Montpolier route in their efforts, they will bo nmro likely to effort a epeedy connection betvvoon ll'stonand Montre...

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. — 11 April 1845

MMV HIJJICDY l'OK MilNCIITIS, HOAUSBXESS, run huonciiial comfit. rpiIH Preparation in e.t Icl 10 nlliy .ill irrilr.lion J ol the Larynx, Ti i 'hen. or Brunch al Tn" c. 1' will lii; found em -lly eivi fiililo in oa-en uri-iug from clironli in II i in j I ion. nn I llio-c mil od lv Ihe transient e !uct of cold', li ir pirlic nro m h n t( Imp irl a aunt tin nn I mn'lifying scti-numi m the iiictnbrinuu surface, ilien oxeitct, whether by 'he e'livlxf mil i-nzi, or cl tni-ciil cxo Him in public i-pcalinc, und lit her eses of I ho vocal nrg-iii-. JCr Clruyinen, I'ii1 In- mi I Private Singer., nn I other pers in i ennjl'ioii Ml'- 'ti ais I'llie Tlu-nnt, Hoar-ene-a. Cold. ! louver or ch rlcr il irntiun, or en her Impeliini'iii" ol" 1 1n ni"e, wi'l llii I ilia a mini itupnitnnt ill-ei.ery. Il i ciitin ly I'u'O fi'-in nlldcl eierious iitirrt'diciil.. an 1 ha. I itii prepared Milder llie lost infill -nl tiu(rvi ion. I'lb-e 21 cents per box. Soi l :il V. ll.UiUI UTONM BooliMore, Bulling. Mi, Vl....

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. — 18 April 1845

fvtt NOT TUB GLORY O T C 2 S A K CUT" -T H B WELTARE OF HOME BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1845. VOL. XVIII....io.-W New York Adv'is. DRAPE It, ALmitClI !f PRINK. tVhoVsalc dealers In STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS. So. 67 Libert; Street, llelween Hrn.uHviiv null the Post Cllce. Tr.NDKKINO thankful ncknow lcd.nnent to t.nr Vermont culomer for the liberal patronacc heretofore extended to u, we solicit an enrlv unci pariieular examination of our desirable and almost fenttrc new steck of spiiiNo noons, Pmbracimr a complete auri meet nf Staple n ml fancy Articles both of lloiuc-t'e and l'rciirn manufacture, fncludtn; the newest style of colore! and mo'irnuiff ?'c Lainf.s, I.vwns, llr.t zonivr.s llAiinEor., Si'Mmcr OoATtsr. ,1'antaioos Stitts, Ilnowvnnd IIlsacii to Cottos Cloths CA'StMF.nr., Vesting and the he.t syle of Amrricam PntsT". The-e rood- have 3.11 leen s"le"te l.'vith -poi ia' ref'rence to the van's of the Vermont Tr.Anr., and will lie -old at such pri ...

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. — 18 April 1845

I "Tlic project of conncclina Montreal liy ttnilroiJ, w'wh llio ert -board , cither nt l'erllnnil r I'oslmi, n t tSlinslcnd, nppears to mo nnc of those wild schemes .. .....! r. .1 ,..,.! hill I iiitti mum-limes k.iiii i.tvur i"i uiu nhhm . From l!u? Itoslon Alias of the IO1I1. which, when examined, suddenly vanish into Ihinnir. RAH ROAD TO VF.RMONT AND CAN- Ih&VI'LA '.' . An A (Canada, residing nt Montreal from 1331 lo 1911, mm AUn, my bisiness led me fn optcnlly Into iho country. 1 l ,ln not It, heve that nil tho hu.ineg. nn Ihe road, dm- Although our citizens iiru nuking efforts , insf hu i winter month., would keep the track-clear nf . ,l , , ,. ,, , , ... ice nml snow, and, unring the tciniinucr ot me sea fur thoiconslrtiction of n Unil lload from tins i ,,, ,nf nrt t ,10 u roil) cinB ihrmigh the .'.i.. .t.'. i. r.. .......... r I-. ii v. .( French ctllcmcnt. though den-olv populated and ""US ' - "i " j ovt.r n ?1)0l mAt ,,,.rccoive little nr ri.. patronage appears lo US tl...

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. — 18 April 1845

HAIL ROAD. Wo publish .1 number of articles on this subject from nhicli it will bu observed tlm tho thing is progressing. Wo publish another communication from our Montpclicr correspondent, and will on another occasion answer his queries. Wo have neither lime nor room this morning. The communication of Seldin, Inking n similar view of the subject shall appear next week. Wreck in the Paci.ic The Polyne sian, a Sandwich Island paper, contains a detailed account of the wreck of the whale ship Holder Bolden, dipt. I'rll, of Fall Riv- or, which sailed from that port on the 5th of April, 1844, with 800 brls. sperm and 700 blackfish oil. On (he morning of the 12th, she ran on a bank of sand, and swinging round, struck on a coral reef. By daylight there were four feet of wator in tho hold, and they were enabled to see that a low sandy island lay four or fivo miles from them, while close by was an extensive reef of bare rocks. About 1400 barrels of oil wore landed in safety, together with nc...

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. — 18 April 1845

.Vltliiii (n sill l.liut. STATU OK VFIOIONT, I I' a Pit.ln'e (.'out I li-s'ricl or ( lil tendon, ss. ) tY hold nt liiilinslim wilhm and for snid l)istrfc-,im ibel-t tl-ivtif Aptil, IW3, iiiu ciii tit' I tn IJIur c- Ittl-t' l,.lu'.l"onlsn!,l ctiirt,oo'lic. Dnv.il . M irMy, inm 'iitinl Pic.lerfch I.cc nnd NlncvAiint.ce, loih of Willis on m mil 'iv'il',''' ,n""r 'roil rrt.i-oi.nnl Lee, 'nlu i-f fiiiil MMUlniv'ece'ase' l, nu llllr-a in -nil courl hi' pciiiii n ill -rit'nj(, set In j f I 111 it) i his -aid wards are -liz-i-l in ilieir Au-ii rikh in fee .f ..rl? undivided lull ul i c fdllrt'ilnj .Jis-ri'.-l parcel., tfl.iml, smu'el in n"l Witli.nn, vm itio it mx-- acre, of ami lyinu on Ihe out a Mo if tin- IhtIui.iv Ic.i-hnr from the Wnno lil'l'i-rn, i' f, In ai I Wi.ii-ton, m time! mall, p.t-sin-f Ilic dwelling linihp. of I owl- Mui-hnll am! Alexan'cr t.i-r, luimVI n'r li l.y 01 Wln'iiicVs land; m I'll I j Inn lufK I'm Wat-inn ; rl(i bytViali Lee's Lull nil I west I v ni I higlnvavi tn 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. — 25 April 1845

NOT THE GLORY OT CUT T II 8 7 X2 X F A K E OF HO MS PWUL.iL III , ,. BY II. B. STACY. New York ArivHs. "ro country" mbkoiWts. wiiom:sai.i: not'sKs ni:w voitu. BF.l.NO provl.VI wilh full SlocW of Ooo l in our respective department-, llio umlvnizncl Mer chanls, M iiiifictnrer., nn 1 Wholesale Dealers of the Cuv ot Ni'w V"r', rc-pectfullv mule iho -.mention of V unlry MeriliauN t" nn examination oftlicir teve lal as-urlim-n's. Tlicy tru-t 'hit tlit-Tr price nnd lerms will prove salisladoiy, a llicy are dcierinine I I" niccl ihe rea sonable expectations of p irclia-cr-, ail 1 Willi a new lo cumin iincate dirclly with vou, have end rami the Iscililic- i'l the Newspaper Pro.-., of your ui-tricl, to ni.nc in nn invitatiim to you lo call at our respec tive es'.iibli-linicnts. Staple and Fancy Sill: Goods. Alfred Klar.U & Co., 2-l I'earl .-1. f harlo-'ll'irl.'c 'S Co.. 123 Pentl an 1 70 Beaver St. tJeurse II. William-, laio of Wi'liauis, liinkin & l'enniman. 21 Hichame Place, opposit...

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. — 25 April 1845

- tl. X FOREJGN. ARRIVAL OF THEJREAT WESTERN The Steamship Groat Western, Captain ippfebn- n cty a, vvluh whether these propt sitions will receive lliespi' non 01 1 lie mici. l-VBin..Au ... a. ...... n.. (I, a nrM, nil. fin -Miuuimn Al nutlbn v -; Minn loot. nlii"a l Ilia iiifirinp nr.nnit (It AletetS. V1I1 destroyed thn liohl hnnsn nnd did other damage to considerable extent. The residences oflho commis sary or marine, the director ol the port snd uthcri, were thrown down. The explosion took place In two magazines, repa roled from encli oilier by n ditch, nt the foot or whicli tho lizhl limiso stood. Tho origin of the firo is tin- Umvn n Ihn mirr l?inr had double lloOTS find IlKU Matthews, nrrivctl nl Now York ontlm lClll not been cnterol wiilnn fourteen day-. Hicy con- - ., Q. leined only a small quantity nfpnwdcr. Considerable Intl., bringing London papers of the 23lh, injury was donoin ihe nnny enormous siones being .i.J Liverpool of (lit. 2fJit. of Match, "i" ,,,,,, rr Cotton i...

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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. — 25 April 1845

over write a Idler or nn advertisement, without com mitting all aorta of offences against tho Kings or thography) But still ihe progress of improvement "is onward," slowly, perhaps, hut surely. Constant tiso is giadu ally wearing ofl'llio slurp corners, and Ihn pruning knife of Webster has not been used in vain. Who now would think of wriiing n history like thai of Cotton Mather's? The learned have found il to bejistas the author ofM'I'ingal said nhen ho to'd ihem "Go to the vulgar 'lis decreed, There you must ptoach and write or plead) Broach every curious Latin phrase From Tull J' down lo Lily's da J . All this your hearers havo no sharo in, Bate but their laughing and their slatting. Tliis popular contempt for Ihis display, this foppery of learning, has almost banished "every curious Lilin phrac," and in fact the writings of ihe best scholars arenow the clearest from all foreign phrases. And at it becomes a settled opinion that men of sense can express themselves fullv in plain E...

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. — 25 April 1845

New York Adv'ts. DRAPER, ' A LDRIUII PR1XIC. H'lio'dilf .Ir.-ilcrx In STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, AY 67 t.lbcrtti Ktntl, llftuwn ltr,n lit iv nu'l the !'.., O IVo. rpi.NDPilllNO il,.nui.ri, n-,nnwlc1'jiiit'HN tonur L ctmniit di.timi-r. fr he hi er.il patronise licrcnfiire ex'ciuled to u, ivo -oli -it mi oirlt' and panu-ii Ar en nin vion ol'n ir tv.-iral Io mill nliiiot.! ruflru new ftcA "f ypi'iso fiou"s, omlirat uu n com .!i"ca.urtiiio ! ufSliiileaii 1 Pallet' article-, I titli (if I inn'-t i mi ! I'ni'cian limn if.ii'iure, Ini'liiJimr the notvo i t o. of rii'orrk ! find innriruinc' I Jr. I.mr.s. I.iiias, llri.rnntsr., II tnnr.nr... Scutum CotjiNO I'antai. ins Stui rs, finuw.v mil IIlx-acii-kd t utto-i ''i.iit'1', f'A iMr.nF.s Vkitisoi nnd t In' bet 9'vl(! (ii Atinniets Piif.T. " he-e B-.to.l. Into n'l twi( S"e -to I tei'li .po-iit teler-nce to the ttnnts (if llje Vr.nMoNT Tr.Ant:, iiii-I tvll lie -nM nt ich pri ce n iltal f nnin at i the re: tln'inii tvn Into a '(purid id n n-ri...

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. — 9 May 1845

fs NOT TUB GLORY OF C Z3 S A R TJUT THE WELFARE O 7 ROME BY II. Ii. STACY. 15 II It h I N G T 0 N V E R M 0 N T, F It II) A Y, M A Y 9, 1845. quo VOL. XVIII..-.No. 49. NORTH IS.I.N TRANSPOR TATION LINE ASSOCIATION. THIS Association will continue the Forwarding bnin9 on the Champlnm (.'nurd, I.nl.c Chum plain anil Hudson River, connected ttuh the oM Tow Hoat Iiinc, winch leaves ?v. York daily nt 5 o'clock 1 M., and Troy daily nt 8 o'clock .. M. Ttto or more freight boats will leave Troy and Albany for Whitehall daily, which wilt deliver to and reetivc Preiaht Irom the Steamboats and vessels on t.nke Chaniplaint nlso, two or more Kreisht Hoats will leave lutrlnll for 1 my anil Albany daily. In addition to the nbotc they Invo a I.inc of t.ako and lliver lloats, of the first class, with f nthful and Ci.mpeient Captain", who will recivo freight nt New York. Troy o,- Albany, and deliver at any Pull on Lake Chatnplain j nlsii, teceiyo Krviclit at Ports on Lake Chamilain and deliver in Troy...

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. — 9 May 1845

Fom the Huston Al as. A DItEAM-YET NOT A 1) REAM. In onn of tliu recent numbers of Parley's Cabinet Library, entitled, " Knti:iiwii.i:, Iniu'stiiy, anii Aut or Man," thu iiinlior furnishes us vvilh n preface in tliu form (if u dream. It n )imi i s to us to lie liit oil' with great li'lifily, hikI, taken in connection with tliii contents ul'lliu book, is in a high degtco sicnificanl mill striking. Tliu preface is us follows : I was dozing by my evening fireside, when one of tlio-e hasty visions pitscd heloro my iniml, which soiiiutiuirs m-ciii lo reveal the con tents (if volume.-! m tlio space ol a few seconds. It aptcareil ns if every article nf furniture be came suddenly animated with life, nml endowed with tliu gill (if speech) and that each line came forward to solicit my attention, and be seech mo to write he li'o mid adventure. 'I'ho portly piano, advancing with a sort of elephantine step, informed mo that Us rosewood covering was violently lorn Iroin its birth-place in tin: lo...

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. — 9 May 1845

May 8th. LAMP WICKS AND GLASSES. FOX Campheno of Chemical Oil Lamps. Also, wicks for oil kinds of Lamps in use here, and Glasses for Astral, Liverpool, Itacon nnd souip oilier kinds of Lamps. Britannia, Jappanticd, P aled, UrassnnJ few class Eips .Candlesticks, Lard Lamps: snuffers and trays and a cencrnl as sortment or Plated nnd llriinnnii i Melnl Goods, Ger man Sdvct Goods, rucli as Fish kmvcs.T.iblorpuons, Tc, idi llnller Knives, Tobacco Boxes c.c. "Done Chemical or Camplicne La mps sue , a. arc , , . SIITKllfK'Cni'Wji Church is thrilled with these i lamps, .Messrs Peck A Spear, Hcincbcre & Co., I.yman, Hur burl, Orr, Stamford if-Co. and many others use the Lamps. Wo prefer Ihcm lo any others and consider them per fectly safe, more cconomicd and give a far better light than any other Lamp. SPECTACLES. Wcnrn openins the mot extensivo and beautiful assortment of Spectacles that wo have ever h id the pleasure ot ouVrm-.r to our customers, ronsislmi! ol several hundred pair conv...

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