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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 November 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 25, 1847. REVIEW OF THE BRIDGE QUESTION. P V ' f (Continued Jrom the fourth page.) To obviate tiicsc'objcctions as completely nspossiblc,5r. Car penter of NorthfitUl (Central interest,) proposed the following amendments, with the consent of tho friends of the bill, and they were adopted : Stc. 8. Tli t-ildge from lliowtj'. ahote of Albnrghtliall not la lullt lo tlie western line of thl Etslo, Hi contcmnlattil ftnd ptoTlJoJ In tin second section v( this "1, until a crnntslit.il haveliocn ntitaincil frotrrthfl ;llatiirn of the Bute of Nch-Yml r from the (Internment of the UnlloJeintci.tohullda hrWso from the weilem fhoroof Lute Chiiiiinlslii noir llomo'i 1'olntto tho easterly line of said Stato i anil after such grant shall linvohocn obtlnoilnfoic lild,tlioialdtill.lirr6mtlioiUwelemlioeofHlJ AllnirRlito in 1.1 Koune'i Point ihall lid comtructeil on piets with an extent of tvator-tvrir of not than two Ihomoml fret In Ifnith in the nggrcjat...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 November 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 18. 1847. lurnoj and forced San Antonio lis garrison, no doubt, much shaken by our decisive victory at Contreras. Mb second brieado (Colonel Clark's) conducted by Copt. Mason, engineer, assisted by Liut. Hardcusllc, topographical engineer, turned the right, and by a wide sweep came out upon the high road to tho capital. At this point tho heavy garrison (3000 men) in retreat, was, by Clarke, cut in the centre ; one position, the rear, driven upon Dolores, off to tho right: and the other upon Churubusco, In tho direct lino ot our operations. Tho first brigade, (Col. Garland's name Diviaion, consisting of tho second artillery, under Moj. Gait, tho 3d artillery under Lieut. 101. iiuuon, ana tno 4tn lntantry commanded by Maj. P. Leo, with Liout. Cot. Duncan's field bat tery (temporarily) followed in in pursuit through the town, taking one General prisoner, the aban doned guns, (fivo pieces) much ammunition, and other public property. The for...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 November 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 25, 1847. E. P. WAITOIV, Jn;, KMITOIt. MONTI'ELIER, THUllSDANOV. 5, 1817. REVIEW OP THE BRIDGE QUESTION On announcing tho decision by tlic House of the question of bridging Lake Champlnin at Itodsc's Point, wo promised on the first opportunity to publish tho bill, und tho yeas and nays. But more is due to a question of such magnitude to Vermont, to New England, to Northern Now York, and indeed to tho Nation for this question in no small degree involves the rights and interests of-the Nation, as to a respectable portion of its domestic and Ca nadian commerce. Wo therefore give a hasty review of the whole question. In the summer o'f 1815 the citiisens 6f Boston were called upon to aid in tho construction of various railroads in New Hampshire and Vermont, and also of a road from Lake Champlain to Ogdcns burgh on Lake Ontario all with a view, then perfectly under stood, of connecting Montreal on the one hand, and the great' Northern Lakes o...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 December 1847

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1847. VOL. XLII, NO. 3.- WHOLE NO. 2146. tUntrljman & Stale journal. rirtaiantiD uvi:ttv thuhsoav mounino. THIIMH-AI AO cnali In ndvnncoi 83 00 If payment It not matlo in advance j Interest alwnyf charged from the end of ino year. (ItlATUITOtlS ADVHRTISINO The tindrrsli-ncd liiiJinjrthat the public aio nmklniMinica aonablo demand upon their column! by tho vray of ernlultoua fidvertlscm nts,rci'I compelled to enter Into lha following a greemeni 1 1st Tor alt notice irAiifpfr, usually puhlixhcd cralulloudy, we uill hitr on half tho utm prlco of ndvcttlicmrnt. S.) rornhltupty notice?, exceeding tho fimple Announce mculof the death, wo wl1.c1ior.ee the flume price U. 1 WALTON 5c HONS, rubliihtrtofthe Watchman find Journal jodKru roLANi( rahUth.tr tf lh Freeman 1j AST .MAN & DANrORTH, rnbtithtraofthc Patriot. Montpelitr,Def. 181(5. Jpoctun. Vor tlio W'ulehnnu Juifrnnt. NOVEMBER. 1. Cold wiil ry wind are blowing, "tream...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 2, 1847. lUatcI)mo,n & 0tatc ouvnal. irrontpcllcr, Tlmrsilay, Dec. 2. Central Railroad Bridge. In noticing the opening of tlio Northern (N. 11.) Iload to Lebanon, tlia editor of tlio Burling ton Freo Press thus speaks ol tlio Central : Tlio opening of this portion of tho Northern Iload continues and completes tiro line, from Bos ton towards Lako Champlain, 140 miles. The completion of tho Vermont Central to Norlhfield by tlio 1st ol July next, which is confidently ex pected, and which, from our own observation of tho progress thai has nlrcady been mado nnd is making on this portion ol tlio lino, wo doubt not will bo accompl.shod, will add some 55 or 50 miles more to this important road. Wo noticed that tho rails ore already laid for some miles north from tho Connecticut, and that tho noblo nnd massivo masonry of tho Dridgo across that river, under tlio clliciont and judicious managn mcnt of tlio very able Contractor. Mr Cnnmlmll. is...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 2, 1847. New Yonic, Sunday, 7, P. M. Iowa. Leoislatimf.. In Leo County, Iowa, a Democrat has boon circled to tho Legislature, in placo of tho " Possum" moniker who resigned. This result Insures rt Democratic majority on joint ballot ol tho two Legislative Houses, and secures tho election of tvo Democratic United States Senators, C-Tho N. Y. Herald, after taking notlco of tho rumor that Mr. Adorns had declared himself in favor of annexing tho wholo of Mexico to this country, adds " It Is niso said that Mr. Benton has soparatcd himsotf from the administration, and that ho trill cvacuato tho Military Committee, when tlio Son ato meets, and will opposo Mr. Polk hereafter. Other rumors are alloat, of other public men." Louisiana. Tlio N. O, Deo of tho 17th Inst., gives returns from tho whole State for members of tho Legislature as follows : In tho Senate, the Democrats will have a majority ot two1, in the House parties will stand 51 Whigs an...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 2, 1847. aVcjvtrHitut'al. LAME COWS. Mr. Knuon: In 1802 or 1804 my fa ther Jiail about 44 licad of cattle ; the foot nil got inlo the stock, lost two oxen nntl one cow before wo found a remedy ; the hoof began to crack off at the back part and kept on gaining till it camo oft'. Wo took a fine toothed saw and cut the point of the hoof off so that tho hole was sufficient for it to discharge, and put on some tnr or other healing ointment; the complaint begins in the hoof and cannot find any other way to discharge but to crack oil' the back part, without the point is cut off: the inside is dead and rotten and emits u great stench when cut oft'. We did not lose nny after cutting off the point. s. o. Ploughman. Superior mode of Curing Hams. Agreeably to your request, I send you the process of curing the hams I sent you in March, which recently called forth the admiration of the American Agricul tural Association, and the Farmer's Club at New ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 December 1847

MONTPELIElt, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1847. VOL. XLII, NO. 4. WHOLE NO. 2147. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. lUatcljmmt State 3foutttal.' uiiMsnnn nvBuv tiiuhsiay mohnino. TERMS-il 80 ensh In ndvancoi 3 00 If payment It not Hindu Inndrancoi InlctMl ehrgil from the end or thojenr. (lUATITITOUS ADVnitTlSlNO. The uni!ininil flmlln thl llio publlo mo making iinrea annabla lemnd npm Uu-lr columns ly tho w;y of srajulloii. droriUi mi it, frol compiled to enter Into the following a- g'"i 'r'ot'oJIiialiit.BHiilnxr.manllypnWljIicdiiratiiltouiIy, , ,il tunc ono-lialf tin- uunl prico of ndvcttinnnnll. Toroliituiity nnticos, ciccedlng tho simple announce ni.il of the death, wo will eherea .'o'hoNS. PuMlihtraof th IVnfthman and Journal JdSEl'll rOLAND, rahUthtrof iU Freman. ... UAHT.M AN &. DANi OUTHi ruHhhertoftkt ralriot, Montpelirr, Dec. 1810. INFANCY. ItV VICTOR, HUGO. In the iluity olcoto. Near th altar Udt Steeps tho cMM in shadow Of Us mother! hedi Softly Iio repORi j And Ms Ikli of rpti, C...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 9, ,18 17. taourco with them. So, after tho termination of tlio war, various act or Congress woro passed, from tirtio to time, offering to foreign powers the principle ol reciprocity In tho commcrco and navigation of tho United States villi thorn. Out of these acts have sprung n clas', nnd n largo class, of treaties (four or fivo of which ivoro negotiated whilst I was in tho department of Stale) commonly called reciprocity treaties, concluded under nil tho Presidents, from Mr. Madison to Air. Van Huron, inclusive. And, witn regard to commercial treaties, negotiated with tho function of prior nets of Congress, where they contained either appropriations or were in conflict with unrepealed statutes, it has been over held ns tho republican doctrine, Irom inr. jays ircniy uown to tho presont unio, mat tho passago of acta of (Congress was necessary to socuro the execution of thoso troatlos. If in tho matter of foruign commerce, in respect to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 9, 1847. Ijc Mexican lUav. WHAT HAS THE WAR COST US J What ling tlia war cost ua! Ono Hundred and Twenty Millions ori)ollars!-$l20,000,000! Is lliis n great eum? Is It a loss to us? Could wo have nmdo any uso of it? With tlio interest of $120,000,000 wo might found n National Gallery, that would rank with tho Ilritish Museum ns t ho Dritlsli Museum docs with the Cahinct ut Pennsylvania Collcgo. Tho famous "Garden of 1'lonts," founded and endowed at Paris by Hichilieti in tho times of Louis tho Fourteenth) and which is tlio greatest in tho world, did not cost fron then till now as much as tho Mexican war. Willi $120,000,000, n School-house and a Church might crown every hill-top to tho Rio Grando and teachers of linowlcdgo and rlgj't eotisness might dorneir missions ot good with out, money or price for any ono. With $120,000,000, wo might connect every town in our land by railroad ; and tho Magnetic Telegraph might bo made to stretch its...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 9, 1847. Agricultural. Improvement of Poor Lands One of tlio cheapest, nnd probably most efficient methods oi restoring ler tiliiy to exhausted soils, is that which, in I'.nginnci, is (leiiommnicu urcon Dressing." This is nothing more than lurnina m a crop ol buckwheat, oats peas, or, in short, any succulent crop winch tho soil is competent to proimcc. As soon ns tho plants Imvo attained their full srowlh. tho field is ploughed, caro being taken to cover nil tho plants with nn even furrow, and in this state the field is permitted to remain until the mass has had time fairly to. decompose, when it is again ploughed and sowed to wheal. The Dutch, also, practice (he same economical system, and uro said to nroduco excellent crops of wheat on poor pino plains, which, without this preparation, would scarcely repay tnc expense of ploughing Millet is on excellent article for this purpose,, as its cost is comparatively nothing, yielding ft large...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 December 1847

15 Y E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIl, THURSDAY, PEC EM BE It IG, 1847. VOL. XLII, NO. 5. WHOLE NO. 2148. illiitrljmnn & State Souvual. pubmsiiui) nvr.nv TtitmsnAV siouNtNn. TURMfl-tt 50 cnli In mUanffli ftOOO IT payment In nol miile ii ml wince j Interfll nlwnyi charged ftoni iho cm! of thojc.t. (JttATiriTOUS ADVCKTISINO. Thf unlmdi m-i! tiii'li'ii tlmt lit pu'ilie mr irmVinjr nnre.u 9miM ilcm-iriih up m their column hy the May or cmtuitoui mlv nil 'inent, led compelled to enter Into tho following a grco ntit ! lot F tr aU notices tchitrvr, UMiully pnMMicri ernlulloinly, o will liaise n H'-lnlf llm un mice nf nilVRttTfrnrtit 3.1 Fiirniituuy nntic. exceed Inn tho nlmple nnnutincc muni of the death. We will ch irjo the mr priro. n. I WALTON & HON?, PnMhh(rin the il'tttrhmnn nnd Journal. PubUthtm tlit hWrma. I1ITM N fc IMNTOIITII, PnhUh;rBoftht Patriot Montjtclier, Dd . 1 & IG. An net tn rrztiliiln tho cTioico nf n Couu 'II of Ccnior. lth hnrby mart'if. t Fec 1 Th tVt ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 1(5, 1817. On motion of Mr. Cass, a resolution was adop ted ronuirinir tho Secretary of llio Treasury to lay beforo tho Senalo n map of tho military res. crvatloris around tho Saut Sic. Mario, Michigan. At about ono o'clock tho President's Message was rccci.od and road, but without concluding, tho reading was dispersed vhh, and tho Mcs 'ango and documents wdro Ordered to bo printed. On motion of Mr. Hrecso, amended by Mr. Al len, 123,000 extra copies of the Message and doc uments were ordered printed. Adjourned. llouit. Several now members tppoarcd at Hie bar "and were sworn in. Tho resolution for tho reappointment ol Mr. French as Clerk being withdrawn, on motion ot Mr. Levin the House proceeded to electa Clerk. Tho ivholo number of votes given was 225 j no ccssary to a choico,113. Mr. Campbell receiv ed 113, Mr. French 109, Scattering 3. Mr. Campbell, having been elected, was conducted to the Clerk's Chair by Air. French. Tho Joint Cn...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 1G, 1817. cnt condition of our citizens In Clitnn. Under cmrl t runty with that power, Aineiiciui citizens nriMvith-1 drawn from tho jurKhrtion, whether civil or crlmlntil. of the Chnu'fo Kovcrnincntf nnd placed under Hint oi our public fnnclionnric In Hint country, lly tlicw nlonu can our citizens bo Irk d nnd punished for 1 ho commission of any crime i by these nlonc enn (piestions Iw decided between them, fmoUiny Ihc rhls ol per son nnd property; nnd by lliio (done enn contracts h enforced, into which they may have entered with the citizens or subjects of foreign powers. The inerchnnt vewels ol the United States lying fn the wtiteis of the me t tort a of China open tofcuoipn commerce, nro under tfio exclusive jurisdiction of olli ccrs of their own guvLrntmiit. Until Contfress shall establish Comietcnt tribunals to try and punMi crime?, und to cxeruiso jurisdiction in civil in Clnno, American ciiizeus there nro subject to no law whate...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER JO, 1847. STORKS & LANGDON , ARE oDoninir Hits week from Boston tint! Nuw-Yotk, and imincnso Stock ol NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS FOR THE WINTER TRADE. j f IIIuls. of very chtinp SUGAR, with COFFEE, TEA & SPICES, in any tiunntity ; OILS, PAINTS, FISH, FRUIT, TOBACCO, SNUFF, &c. at low prices ; 40 chests of thnt superior Y. II. TEA, at the snmo low price don't foucif.t it 5 SALT, NAILS, GLASS; by tlio lorn! or in smaller lots ; Housekeeping nntl Mcchnnicnl HARD-WARE, of new patterns; CROCKERY, GLASS &. CHINA WARE, nt city prices; 900 nrimo North-West BUFFALO ROBES cheap ciioiiL'h ; 10 hales COTTONS, TICKING, 5000 yds. rich PRINTS, GINGHAMS &. FUIIMTUKES ; 2000 yds. of hcnutifiil styles of'worsied CLOAK AND DRESS GOODS, 03- With TRIMMINGS TO MATCH EXACTLY. .0 6000 rolls 11cWPAPl.lt HANGINGS. The above and n multitude of other goods aro offered at the lowest prices. Alontpclicr, Nov. 25th, IB47. -15 -XvstCfl Itvllic ttxpcrl...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 December 1847

- U ii - , r , BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1847. VOL. XLII, NO. 6. WHOLE NO. 2149. iUatrljmtm & intc Journal. PUUM8IICO EVERV THURSDAY MORNINQ. TERMS 81 50 cash In advance) $3 00 IT payment la not made In advance interest always charged from the end of the year. OIIATU1TOUS AriVr.ItTISINO. The undersigned finding that the public am meting unrea sonable demands upon their columns hy the way or gratuitous advertisements, feel compelled to enter luto the following -g-reement : lit. Tor all votlen uhattvtr, usually published gratuitously, nt will charge ono-half the usual price of adtcttinomcnti. Sd. For obituary notices, exceeding the slmplo announce ment of the death, we will charge the a nrno price. E. P. WALTON & SONS, PubHihntof tht It'atfhman and Journal. JOSEPH POLAND, tllileref lt fVffwoa. EASTMAN At DANFORTII, PM'uUrttJ tht Patriot, Montreller,Dec.l81G. THE WORLD FOR SALE. BT KEY. KALrtf IIOVTt Tha World for nal ! -lianj out tho ilgn C...

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

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 23, 1847. wrcss, has becomo nn integral part ot our Union. The Congress of Texas by its net ot December 19, 1830, had declared tlio Rio del Norto to bo tlio boundary of that republic. Its jurisdiction had bcon extended and exercised beyond tlio Nueces. Tlio country between that river and del Norto had been represented in tho Concreis and in tho Convention of Texas ; nnd thus taken part in tho act ol annexation itself j and is now included within ono of our congressional dis tricts. Our own Congress had, moreover, with groat unanimity, by tho act approved December ui, io-io, recognized wiocoiintry beyond tlio Nue ces as a part of our terfitory, by including it within our own revenue system 5 and a revenuo officer, to reside within that district, has boon op. pointed, by and with tho ndvico and consent of the Senate, it became, thorelorc, ol urgent no cessity to provido for tho defenco of that portion of our country. Accordingly, on tho J...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 23, 1847. On Military Affairs John M. Holts, Vn. j Arinistatl Burt, B. C; James Witeoti, N. II ; Hugh A. Ilariilsoii, (J a.; John Dickey, Pa.; Linn Boyd, Ky.; Dudley Marvin, N. Y.j Charles 11. I'coslee. N. II.; William T. JIaskoll, Tonn.; David Fisher, Ohio. On Militia John D. Thompson, Ky.; James Black, S. C.j John Hlanclmrd, Pa.; llohcrt M. Mcliano, Md.; John M. Ilolloy, N. V.; Charles H. Pcaslee, N. II.; H. T. L. Bealo, Vn.; Win field S. Feathorston, Miss.; Rudolplms Dickin son, Ohio. On jYuval Affairs Thomas Butler Kin?, Ga.; Isaac F. Hohiios, 9. C; Uohcrt C. Scfionck, Ohio: Hugh While, N. Y.; Thomas II. Unyly Vn.; Lmvia C. Levin, Pa.; Frederick P. Stanton, Tonn.; E. Carriimton Cabell, Pa.; Amos Tuck, N.H. On Foreign Affairs Truman Smith, Conn.; Henry V. llillmrd, Li.; Charles J. Ingcrsoll. Pa.; Goo-go P. Murnh, Vt.j It. Barnwell Rhutl, S. U.j John S. Pendleton, Va.; William Diirr, N, Y.j Hubert McClollund, Mich.; Daniel Dun can, Oh...

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

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 23, 1847. Cftgricultutal. Depending on a Slnglo Crop. Some farmers whom wo know, advo cate the idea of dividing the labor of far ming in such a way that but ono hind of produce should bo raised on n furm or section of farms such as hay, or pota toes, &c. This is bad economy. It may bo right and proper for every farmer to consider tlio capacity of his farm what it is best fitted for, and make that n lea ding object. But to depend upon a sin glo article of produce is not the best c conomy. This is dono on many planta tions of iho South, where attention is turned wholly to cotton alone, or sugar or tobacco alone ; but if the statements of the most judicious observers among them can be relied upon, it is not the most profitable modo of iriumagemcnt. Ireland has depended for years on the single article of potatoes, and how has she fared at last ? One of the most un precedented famines of modern days was the result. A writer, over the sig...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 December 1847

I BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1847. VOL. XLII, NO. 7. WHOLE NO. 2150. lUtttcljman State journal. puiiMsiiBD r.vnnv TiiunsDAV MonNiNa. TPnlfl-ftl Kn ln n.liitnni A3 00 If navmcnt ll not mado Inadranco) Inlorcit olwnyi charged from Iho ond of tuejear. nnATUiTous ADvnnTisiNa. The umlnr.ijned llndlngthat tho public arn making tinrca aonnltlo demand upon their column hjr tho way of gratultoui ndveriuoinenti, feel compelled to enter Into the following a greemenll lit. For all iioieei ukattttr, tunally puhlliliod rrntultouily, we will charge one half tho u.ual prico of advertfiementi. 2d. Por obituary notice, exceeding tho slniplo announce ment of Iho death, wo w 111 charco the amo price. 1'.. T. WALTON 1c SONS, PnblUktmof Iht H'atthmnnand Journal joanm roLAxn, Publltlier oflh Frtman. EASTMAN k DANrOHTH, PnHMert rf tht Patriot. Montpellr,nec. 1810. From tho Union Magailne. MY SUE. nv unv. it. iioyt. In llie ilnys when I wm ycunif, Just a tipple tin llfe'i...

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