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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 August 1848

Later front Mexico. Dales from Vera Cruz of July 22, ami from Mexico to tlia 18th, tiro received. Xo further progress has been made in the con test between llio Ooveruraeiit forces ami tbu in- tutventj under l'm-ciles. lloth ttnnles were suflerinir In conseouenco of inauciiuaie supplies ui plus lsiou. (Jos eminent is paid to lime beenmo ilissatis' fled with tho conduct of Uust.imontc. It ii prub- uuiu mat no win uc ruperseueu m inc coininaiiu ol tbu oriny. All public offices tonnretcd with tho Alneri ran ftrtnv in Vera Cruz wcro to close on or be. lore llio 2Hu lien. Smith nnd stnll" would evac uate llio city on tho following day. Very few United StAtefl troops remained there, and it was iirouaijio mat all would Icavo Willi lien. Smith. Another fight has taken place bclvrcen Musta inenlo of tho government forces nnd l'lirodes. Tho latter was defeated, and Ihistamcnte enter ed (iuaustuato. Tho rebellion is considered effectually crush ed. Father Jarauta, ono of tho leaders of tho rov...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 August 1848

1'rlcmlsliil'' Some say that Friendship's fcul a name, A word unfitly spoken ( To sootli onr woes, onr tmsslons tame, Willi no licartfclt emotion. They say Ihi" friends nro very few, Though many lair the nam Thcro a not ft single one that'a true, 'In wcol and woe tho same." While utlicrvrtlll deem It unnlse, Tims on our luiman race, To pns il lenience which denies "A spark or heavenly grace?' And 'Kith are rvrotiir ami Imlli arc right, For earthly friendship's show, That lie Mho talcs sincere delight, Must heavenly friendship knotv. Must trim In God, and Win alone, To keep hint from despair; Casting himself beneath His throne, Must leave his burthen there. Then In that day w hen earthly friend Can be of no avail, His powerful arm He kindly lends. And bears us through the talc. CArtrfrsfoifTt Courier. BUSINESS CARDS. 1, . g . hi 1: x n , fttonira miD (Counselor nt Unto, vracticinq in tiil rounTa or VERMONT AND NEW 11AMPSI1UIE, Commissioner appointed to take proof and acknowl edgment ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 August 1848

iijjjjajanS). JL . "iL' ' wv.t.,1--4MkMuaaM4N l.attu...... . in T .liaW tsssssW lsssrf Jlw.... . .. ' tlmrmnt 11 hit in v BW mm.., J tit y VOX.UME XIV. MRS. 13. KIDDER'S DYSENTERY CORDIAL, IMMEDIATE AND I'KIUTI.T CUKE ron Cltoltra itorbut. Dy'tntery, Diarrhira, Complaint! of Childitn, Sen Ski-net.', (, eral Debility, etc., etc. ummrr WHEHL tliii all-powerful antidote i ntlianil, Cholera, Dysentery and Chronic Diarrhira ire no lonirer to bo .i-rioutlr feared, or looked upon with ter ror as lldi Cordial will mo.t assuredly euro the dn. MM) In Uio couno oft very few hour., if taken it tho commencement. It hu been before the rmblic for more thin .liteen years, and ni tho first nrtirlc mado known to the pub lic as in Immediate and perfect remedy for thcio com- lal-its. II ha. been thorouijhiy tested in every coun. proved the same,-stiu: TO CUI1E, even where the tliaeaae hai adranced to tho last ata. Tim iMi. T"t assured that it contains neither opium, or "T oiijuiiiig win ia in uio leaat...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 August 1848

Congress. Tbo Senate, on Thursday of kit week adopt ed tie amendment to tho Oregon bill, that tho anti-slavery proviilon mi retained becauso tho territory mu north of SO dog. 30 min. by a vote of 8S to 31, seven lorofocca from the free States voting yen. Tho bill was then passed by a vote of 33 to 22 tho tame loeofoco senators voting in tho affirmative. Tho Home considered tho Senate's amendments to the Civil and Diplomat ic Appropriation bill, most of which were disa greed to. Tho amendment to pay for tho Ainu tad negroes was rejected. A committee or con fcrenco was ordered, and Ihoy compromised tho matter so dial tho bill, so necessary to the gov ernment, was passed. A paper was received from N. P. Trist, giving an account of his i mis sion to Mexico, in nhich he charges tho Prei. dent with the intention of annexing the wholo of Mexico, and with subornation of perjury. Tho letter was referred to tho committco on Foreign Relations, but tho Homo refused to print it. On Friday tho Ho...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 August 1848

Ncrrs from Europe. Ttio seven days' later intclllgonco by tlio Aca ilia, which arrived at Boston on Sunday niglil, cnibtocc nothing of startling importance for these exciting times, though tno news In regard to Ireland Is such as to tut all on tlio tiui vice for moro arrivals. The crisis, so long talked of in the aiuirs ot that unhappy country, seems really to have now come. The teething caul dron is bubbline to the vcrr lirim with disall'ec- lion, and there is only a single, chanco against its overturning in streams utooci. a uat is In the subsidence of tho agitation without any At tempt to carry out tho purposes, which those who h.ivc fanned it into.its present flame, now threaten. Tho British government continues to adopt the most t powerful measures for the suppression uf the agUation in !u present stntc, and tlio over throw ot tho insurrection when it comes. It has taken the start of the agitators, who did not in tend to strike openly till September or October evidently hoping ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 August 1848

For ths Vermont Plumit. Oa the death of Mrs. C. T. C. Wood bury. "To die is ya!n."Yntt. 1, SI. O Death, liow soon thy snmmons came To call the wife, tha mother dear, E'n ero life's day began to wane. Her horae,"ett home," dldit tlioa male drear. So loon most thy dread work lie dono t 80 soon the hosband'a heart 1 rWcn 1 Frleiidi, parents, sister, left ' mourn For one 10 dear 1 but meet for heaven. Yet, not ai an unwelcome guoil. Thy messnRe there didst ihon proclaim, It was to call the saint to rest. Whose lifo nil Christ, whose death Is gain. Tho' lifo was atreet, tho' friend! were dear, Her Sarlour was her life, her friend, ThecaiVof all her blessings here. On whom In death the sweetly leaned. Let others count It gain to fi'iA For riches, honor, pleasure, fame, For nil that thli vain world can give, But for tho mint "to etis ti gain." "Tli gain to flee thli world of tin, To imtr on angel's wingi above, To drink eternal pleasures In, To lire and slug where all Is love. Where pain 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. — 25 August 1848

silati I f 1 . f 1 - "TiJfr,,'- r! 1 X - . ' ' VOIiUME XV. BRATTIiEB ORO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1848. NUMBER 1, ih i ssm .at BUS I OSS CARDS. OEOKO iTAo WE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, BaATTLEDORO, Vr. Mr. H. "will attemt to the collection of claims and tho management of suits in the several Courts in Cheshire County, N. II. 51 lviiVCY housi:. nv Kept on Strictly Temperance Principles, No. 1, BKiTTLESqVAIIE. Opposite Braltls Street Oiturh, (CmMO) 1IOSTOIY. SUtoriKj nno Counselor nt &nlu, i-racticixo tx tug coinis or VER310XT AttD A'A'H HAMPSHIRE, CommisionerAppointcd to take proof and arknowl. edgment of Deeds and other Instruments, to be recorded or used In the Slate of New York. Agent for the Xtm and Protection Insurance Com panies, Hartford, Conn. insuring all kinds of property on the most reasonable terms, SI MAKCrACTCRERAXD DEALEn IX Ladies', Gkxtlemex's, Missis' axd Children's Hoots, Shoes nuil Kiilibers, Halts Building, nearly opposite Smith's Stage House. OEOIIGE CCTLKl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 August 1848

J The Amhtail Claim. Tho brief Congressional reports, now In rogue, have already Informed our readers that the oe ate of tho United States has again passed an ap propriation for the payment ot a sum of roonej to those who claimed the 'Amlstad Negroes, frood by a decision of tho Supreme Court as tho price of those negroos. Wo havo 110 reason to siipposo that the House of Beprescntativcs will support this Tote o as to mako It ft law, but It Is a curiosity on this day when Martin fan Bui-en, who as President attempted to do by Exccutivo authority what tho Senato attempts to do by this act, is probably receiving tho nom ination of a conscientious convention as n 1 res idential candidate, on the ground of his love of freedom. The Providence Journal gives the following account of the history of this matter, to Interesting to-day I Boston Advertiser, M. "Tho oridenco showed and tho law decided that theso men wcro Justly free. They were seized In violation of the Spanish law, tho Ainistad S...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 August 1848

llio pwcccciings connected villi Sm'uli O'llricn from Ihwo nearest to llio scone, 'who liail no In- tciilion certainly to deceit o uj( nml so farm wo liaV6 ) ct iwcertaiiicd, they hnvu beci i fia near accuracy u In auih titrrca It. tiossiblo to bo Yet wo confess other tircuuistanccs aceni to throw A ertut iloliul on uiauy things, apparently auustnntiaiad. How it it posiblo to ruuiocile, wo often ask ourselves, tho story of tho forty po lice having tmaten h thousand men, vvitii ino enormous influx of troops ttill tiourins Into thit country -with the alarm and consternation eve ry whe re pcrvsAVingtlio authorities with tho arri val of Lord Ilanlinge, lato Goicrnor-Gcneral of India, to virtually supersede; tho olhuals or Ire land with war ships, marines, loaded gum, port-holes open and cleared for action, and oilier indications of cither tho Government being ri diculously deceit cd, or elo important events by some machinery wo have not yet detoctcd, ex cluding tho facts from a journal ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 August 1848

For lit Ytrnmil Pkme. A Song for Old Zncb. (Tune Taskm Doodii Come, list to me, ye Taylor boys, Walls I rehearse story i TIs 11 about Old Zuck, rnj boys, And of his rising glory. Anil how ho whipped the Mexicans, As yon will all remember Just 10 hell whip the Locos, too, The seventh, of next November. Ampulla, on Falo'i plains, And at Rcsaca Palms, Attempted to surround Old Zacli, And cot off all hia army. Old Zaca foon put them all to flight, As you will all remember And iuch will be the Locos' plight. The icrcnih of next November. And then at Monterey, my boys, Ampudia thought he'd caught him, As from behind his high stone walls, Tall two to one he fought him. Old Zack soon battered down those walls, And cansed hint to surrender Just so poor Cass will havq to do, The screnth of next November. Santa Anna next took up the game,' On Buena Vista's height, boys ; With four to one, In numbers round, lie thought to win the tight, boys. Old Zack soon caused him to decamp, As you will all ...

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

tsapsssfitsfsps VOLUME XV. BRATTLEBO KO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1848. NUMBER 3. publisjif.d Kvunv fridayhy HYTIIER &. PliATT. O. II. PLATT, EDITOIl. OFFICEAO. 2 tVIIKELER's 8TO.XE nt'tLblNG. Terms. To single subscribers, 2,no a year. To Companies, And those who pay in advance, a liberal discount will be inato. It li SI MISS CARDS. 6EoicF. hou r:, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, llnAiiLEuono, Vt. Jlr. 11. will attend to the collection of claims end the management of suits In the several Courts in Cheshire County, N. 11. 51 auiiVCY iioii.si:. nr JEZ.I IV It Ml E L o at, Kept on Strictly Ttmpcrance Princijtlts, No. 1, It It A TTIiG SQUAIti:. Opposite Brattle Stmt Church, (CmMO) ItOSTOlV. Ii . . M E A D , Sttlornrg nirtj Counselor nt Unto, I-RACTICIXO IX THE COCRTS OP VERMOXT AXD XE' HAMPSHIRE, Commissioner Appointed to take proof and acknowl. edgmcnt ot Deeds and other Instruments, to ho recorded or used in the State of New York. Agent for tho .tnftnnd l'rotciliou Insurance Com panie...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 September 1848

true hearted woman could? A tumult of thought! and emotions filled her heart, alter nately swaying her from ido to side. Thus the conflict lasted for several days, during which time she was enabled to look clearly into her own heart, and at last sho was ready for a decis ion. Which could she choose but the man around whom were twined the tendrils of ft first and strong iifToction to whom sho had given tho first ofl'ering of her heart ? The needle mav vibrato for a time, bnt it points at last with unfailing constancy to tho never-setting star of tne norm; and in line manner, me neon 01 a true woman, hating in tho wide universe but one fitting mate, will, after all vicissitudes, turn lovingly to tho sunny warmth of "first, only love." A disposition of the vounccst child mut now be made, and it was mutually agreed by the two men, mat, as it couia not oe deprived ot a mom cr's care, the first husband should take it witli the other children, to be restored to tho father nt some future ti...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 September 1848

Cheshire Railroad Trouhlcs. A6t2itr Riot upon the Railroad One Irishman Shot Dead-ttco or three others Wounded Oo Sunday last, another serious nflrny btoto out among the Irifh laborer! upon the summit ecclion of the Cheshire Kail rnnu.n Licit resulted in tho death of ono man and tho wounding of two or three others, and tho destruction nnd pil laging from tho defeated, parly, a considerable amount of property in furniture and money. A quarrel no understand had been brewing for pome time between tho Cork and Limerick di visions on adjacent sections of tho road. The disturbance commenced on Sunday as ono of urn 1'uninii.iurs CAiirussvu 11, wmi u kiuu ui iuiu fight," which was Itcpt up during tho night and the forenoon of Monday, when at about noon, a regular attack was mado by tho Corkonians, numbering some 200, unon tho slum tecs of tho Limerick men, which led to a regular battle with firo arms volleys of which were discharged at each other standing somo 200 or 300 feet ajart. The Lim...

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

The Irish Peasant's Prayer. Almighty Cod 1 an.l is It Just, Is it Thy Holy will, That lord! should waste onr land I product, While starving peasants till ! Tliat they In wine and i lie debauch, Should Krln'a wealth apply While we, who earn It wearily, Famish for food, and diet Thou art the friend of tho oppressed, The guardian f the poor j And wilt Thou not, O Owl, avenge Tho wrongs that wc enduro I Father I shall Famine waste onr land, And ferer Wight our Isle, Till every rot on L"rln' shore Shall be a funeral pile 1 Oh I shall It be forever thin I May we not hope for good t Shall Erin's sons be ever darts. Their children pine for food f Forbid it, Rod! the famine stay, Onr Isle from tyrants fire-, Give to our suffering people bread, To IMn, Liberty 1 A. Y. 7ViW Keep at Wort. jit o. w. uoiir. Dees n mountain on you frown' Keep at work : "ou may undermine It yet ; If jou stand and lliurap Its face, Sorry trulses you will get Keep at work. fiocs tho Devil at you growl t Keep at work ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 September 1848

... i -- -- ... -- . ', -- ttett'j.v:' iiasL-..-... , . -A limMniM mm 1- V vi -,'V i -i',,. krf 1" tat .-..i, ;. ' m I - i ragasar'1- i-t.-,. -, jiu- .. . ' .. ' ' i r'OttJME XV, TUBMSIIKD EVEKV FRIDAY JlV ';'(? nYTHER &. PL ATT. fO.II, PL ATT, EDITOH. OFFICE so. 2 wiiELtn' toxs hiii.mx. - ichiij Totlngleulicrilicr,J2fl0arct. To j,i dncoun,yiUl)cnndc. r" B U S I N U S S C A It D S T " GEORfiEi: HOWE, Attorney and Counsellor at' Law, i. Bbattleuobo, Vr. Mr. H. will attend w the collctiioii of cllmi an J the tiinagment of nin la llic wvcrtl CourU - la Cheshire ConntT, N. 1L (SI i IIINCY HOIfSU. R'JLI nUJ8EMjO CK, Krptm Storfjr Ttmftmm Prfaify, No. , BltATTtES.dBABK, OppwU Bralilt Stmt Oumi, (Cm19) 1IOSTOIV. Ij . G . ,11 li A D . Stttorjus nnU dunsclor at Unto, -. t r- : rKicticiKQ tn Tiiccoi'me ok t VEIUtOXT AXD KE IK JlAUPSllinK, Commlislonerappointcil to lake proof and uknowt' "edgmeut ol Deod and othct Iutrumenti,to ho reeorded or naed in the Stats of Ketr VorL Agent for the AU...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 September 1848

1 teg Sliced, of Daniel M ( lister on ihejJ ..-nlMnhtlitl (In.LlInn " nniivi:iil.n at maksiifiixd, skit i JkNTI. t 5, m- ilnfv la romnlv Willi Wt request m noigmwa ami ieiiow-ronu-vu, you hero today And lorn nocunviilling to nroil muelfoflhit creation 10 signify to tho people ol' tho Unilcd Stale, my-opmioiis upon tho nrcacnt Unto of our public olTairs. I shall perform that duly ceitainly tilth great frankness, nnd,'I hope, Villi candor. It Is not mv puniose to day lo cam- any point to act as " any man's ndrocntcJo put up i or to put down an; body. It is my wish nnd purposo to address j ou in the language, ohd spirit of conference and consultation. In tho present extraordinary rti. sis of our public concerns, I ilciro lo -hold no linn 8 cuiislicuco out nij- owp to 1UI0.U0 mans political conduct but ,niy own, My ow u opin ion! I linll communicate freely iind fearlessly, altogether with a iliregaril at tu consequences, whither with respect lo myself or with respect toother. . Gentleme...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 September 1848

1 v ' ' News by tlid Niagara.0 I 'AilUiVEb ATNKlV yohk, AuausT si;! , England demands, the! ntlcnlion in lira Intclli. gcnco by tlio Niagara, that Ircl.mil And Franco Kavo by turns before commnn dctl. T6 Ameri can; llio moicmcnta of tbo Chartists In tlio Uni ted Kingdom "nnd tho ri in bread MufT aro Iho inoro prominent fcaturei of llio vtrtsent ncits. The .nrgus eyed Government, tint never1 sleeps, liccftusu it can novcr sullbr itavlf lu sleep in rale ty, hai n perfect knowledge or the. lot oTiIm! llisaflcetcd at home) nnd by tlio timcly'r-xorciic iif il'lottcrs will undoubted! prevent llicirbo. ing perfected. Tho up-turnings on Iho conti. nent nnd tho notations, in Irelnml Laio cncOur nzed nil the wild spirita and disaffected niinda o( England to eo what can bo jlono by aiinilar iiianifualatioiia there; and tithn Jess, vigilant Government and lea loyal people, erimn eon aoquencca might Indeed bo apprehended. Hut tho evils that tho-English labor under, it sccins to ua, can only bo n...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 September 1848

to- th Vermont Phmdx SrootsTtD nr tiis Mint or JAMHS HAlt DIN'O AMES, Actuit 21, 1818, ash CI IAS flNA'ELVIRA AMES, U uocna AritR. ' Resistless foe, 0, cruel Death I Why could not anc teffice Bttt lire malt yield to tbea tbelr breath, And dost their youthful eyes. LSwcet children dear, thy cherished ones, How calm and tweet they sleep i t What Joy to aay, " Thy will bo done," -And not dejected weep. . Although ye mourn your children dead, Ye cannot feel despair; On Jesus' breast their weary headi Are pillowed free from care. They are not lost they lire above In Christ's eternal home) Sweet chcruba bright, redeemed by lore How can you for them mourn 1 Fair bads of promise, placard away Almost ns won ai glren j Too pure and good on earth to stay, They'll lire and bloom In Heaven. Most truly lorely In their llrei, Death ibortly did them tevcr j They loared together to the tiles, To dwell in lore forerer. Now do not mourn those children dead, Their spirits now arc free; Like guardian 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. — 15 September 1848

VOIAJJIIJE XV. 1IKATTI1110 UO, PIUDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1848. NUMBER 4. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY II Y RYTHER FLATT . o. ir. platt, kditoii, OFFICE so. 2 wiiEKUn's sto Dittla. Tirxs. To single subscribers, 2,00 a year. To Coin panlet, and those who pay in advance, a liberal discount wilt be mode. BUSINESS CARDS. GEOKGE HOWE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, - liiuTTLiDOttOi At. Mr. II. will attend to the collection of claims and ' the management of suits In tiro several Courts In Cheshire County, N. II. SI . qv1ivcy house. jex.1 wumTelock, Kept on Strictly Temperance Principls, No. 1, B1IATTLE SQUARE. Opposite Brattle Stmt Church, (OmMO) ROSTOIV. Ij. g. mead, ftttorncs una Counselor at Unto, i-racticiko tx tn rormi or VEIUIOXT AXD NEW HAMPSHIRE, Cuuudsdoner appointed to tale proof andacknowl. edgraent ol Deeds and other Instrument., to he recorded or uaed in the State of Kew York. Agent for the ASma and Protection Insurance Cora panics, Hartford, Conn insuring all kind) of property on the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 September 1848

Speech of Mr Corn in. The Whlgi of Clinton County, Ohio, fissem Med at Wilmington on tho 25 tit ultimo. Hon. Thomas Ewlng was the first speaker. Ho wii followed by Mr Corwin, who spoko for threo hour. A correspondent of tho Cincinnati Cbronicto gives a tynopiis of his rcmnrkt t He denied in tho outsot that tho old parly is sues were thrown aside. Tho Protective 1 olicy, Internal Improvements, Opposition to tho War and tho Conquest of Foreign rerntorics, were questions In tho .owes of which every truo Whi" was deeply interested, nnd for which ho sJiouM never cca to battle. Cuss opposes all theso salutary measures, and as over) body knows, is the aToitcd champion of conquest. General Taylor has repeatedly declared himself to bo opposed to War, but when ordered by his Gov eminent to fight the battles of his country, liko A true soldier ho has never flinched from tho faithful pcrformanco of his duty. General Cass blusters a great deal about war talked at one timo of swallowing tho wholo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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