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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 May 1845

New York Adv'.s. DiiM' tin, Ai.nnrcir ff feink Wlin'esali- dealers In STAPLE & FANCY DRY GODS, .Vi G7 t.ibrrlit fitrtrt, Ib-lnTI-lt tin' I lw .11- 111' I till' 1'. "I OUcC. riil'N PEKING thnii'.rul nekiinulc'gmcnf. to our -I Vetmnui o t-tnnicr. fur the li' rial pttrom o hrc'nfro I'x'i'iiiliil In u, we -o'i 'it mi carle anil nrl -ii'nr eivnlnHion ol'oir desirable anil almost utirc new stock of sp::iNo noons, cmhrvmg acn n ile'en prime it of Staple an 1 Fancy article., I mill nf l)nlnc-lli-an I Foreign in l n n 11 1 f, including lir newc-t stylo- ofon'ore I nnd inivirnnr.' Pe ljtvr.. Iw)s, Ilrizontvr.-, llanicnr.-, St-MMi.n COATINO .PasTVI.OO.-.' StlM ItnoWV allll UfACll- ed Cottiw Cloth-, Oa titr.tit:, Vnnts-Gs nnd the be-t style, of itr.tticvv PiiIntj. The-c gmid. line all Icon scUvtel li pi-Mil reference to the wants of the VcnilosT Trapc, and will be mid al such pri ce a slnll nnin an the icp ilalinii we Inien 'quired ol o Term r the eret'e-l ind-ifnnd. to Mr rto.rst buyers. n...

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. — 16 May 1845

jamTmmmmm 1 " ' 7"" Twn ' t . . - .. ,JL NOT TUB G&OnV OP CJU&AIl BUT T II S V E L I' A I- I" OP R 0 HI II BY H. B. STACY. New York Adv'ls. SA LA MA XI) till SA FUS. WITH the recent improvements of S. C. Herring, of 13!) Water street (who possesses iho patent right of the article ,jftho state, of New York,) these Safes raif h pronounced pcrlect. Of their nl solute iiin.i..ntmtlitw hv firp it i nnneccsirt to speak 1 p lone scries nl sitecessiui cspcruneuis, tuiicsn u in result nf the.thiriy fix limns1 fn-rynrilr.il to which one o( these Safes tens exposed in the burning rums nfthc. Tribune bniUine, have set that matter nl tot f.ircv- er. But by a recent improvement Ihev nto now mi-1 dcrcd as impervious to ilmip a In file i nnil nothing j pliceil tit nncnl them can mould nr mildi-tf. l'.-u h of, Iheso Safes is fiimiohcd with one of Chubb' detective I tojkR, which cannot be tucked. Thus iho Snlainan-1 tti snr..i.,nufiipiured hy ilic sti'iscriber, are at onee I tire proof, d.tin...

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. — 16 May 1845

From t lie llosion Jutitnnl. PETER THE GREAT; OR THE AUtltKNCIt t.M THE MAIN Tor. The following, its tho writer nf it quietly . eWrvex, lus "never tiei-ti mi-onli'il in tlio naval annals of Urcat llituln." Vu commend it to the next histurUn. In common with almost every traveller who visits Amsterdam, I have seen the villago of Saardam, mid the htmiblc workshop, and l,kr-iiiif-lioudc of "I'elcr tlio Great," which are still nhllltHfl mil IV!, h m,llifndlqll.ilia i.f ..-l.l.. -....I nt. ujlatinn by tho worthy and hospitable inhabi. Hot. H'lt the village Ib not now as flouncl)' ine as it was in the days nf the Czar. Moll-uid, which at that Unto was equal to any nation as a maritime power, haa wololly degenerated in Ihia respect. England, France, Spain, Russia, well as our own cnuutrv, are greatly her su periors, and Sanrilaui has declined 111 population and the enterprise of tlio inhabitants, in propur. lion js llull.uiil has declined as a naval power. Hut still an interest is attached ...

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. — 16 May 1845

PEARL STREET HOUSE BURLINGTON, Vt. TlMltS wrll known Establishment, the molt pleas- . M. ant and nntnmmlinn of iinv in fawn, ha nasscd Into the hands of the subscriber, who will spare nn pains to make It one m tne tost nouses in new iEnglanJ. , , (For1 the travellor, the business an n ml nil who With to spend a tew Jays or weeks in the most heal thy and pleasant town in Vermont, the subscriber flatters himself that this House will merit their appro hstion. aa in the internal arrangement cverv reiard has been paid to the comfort of all who may favor aim wnn tneir patronage. Mr. D, pledgee himself that hie table shall lie fur- nisned at all timet with the beat tne mantel nttoras, 50w3 A. E. DUItAND. N. B. Teamtiers will he accomodated on a rcas- enable terms as at ady House giving the same nc com nodiilons. SALE It AT US, IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT. THE undersigned has obtained letters patent for a new and important process for converting Pearl -jin nnu ssaieratus. It Is well known that th...

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. — 16 May 1845

184:5. . NORTH Kit N TRANSPOR TATION LINK ASSOCIATION. fillllS Association will cunlinuo llio Forwarding I linin' mi llm t'lninplain Cninl, t.ako Ch un plain nn J II nls. hi Rncr, connected with ttic olil Tun' Ho.il Lino, which leaves N. V'Tlt diilv ni ii o'clock P. M., nnd Troy daily nt 8 o'clock A.'M, Two or tiioio fremiti hunts will leave Troy niul Albany for Whitidnll duly, wlinb. Hill deliver to nml reecho I'VcijIit Itom llio Slcninboati nml vessels nn Lake Uh.iiniiliin t nlsii, inn or more Fiught Duals will leave Whitehall fur Troy nnd Albany ilnlly. In mlilriun lo thonhuie lliey Inve n Lino ofLnhn end River finals, of the firsl class, ilh r.i 1 1 1 Tu I nml competent Cnp.nm, who will rcruvo Fieight nl New York-. Trov nr AI'iiiiv ami dclim nl nuy I'ntl on Like Chauiplain nl?., leriivc Freight nl 1'orts on Like C'hiinrlnu nml iltliur ii Troy, Albany or N. Yurie. All properly received for shipment by this line will lt correctly nt isjlifrl I y their Agents nt llio time of shipme...

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. — 23 May 1845

MOT THE G X. O R Y OT CSAR CUT THE W S I. T A R R OT R O M B . -. BY H. L. STACY. n II It L I N 0 TON. V 12 R M 0 N T, F R II) A Y, M A Y 23, 1845. VOL. XVIIL..N". 1 Extract of Lungwort. '1' J??--fZr tyr-' -jjpfex -it.,,. ; If thi'. only cum: rou 'CONSUMPTION AN) LVER COMPLAINT. IT shoiilille resorted In by all wl o are pr dipn.oi to t-on-umption, nr Irunl led Willi a i-eusli or cold t?ii.rtii nuiiIi n-lhuln. h.lin 111 tliesttjeatl Iche-t.dllli- nuliy (.1 I rt-aihinsr, midline nti'l Hircnes- arm--, the t-he.f. bronchni-.' Iiii-r coiiiii'aii.l anJ all allet-lions cflhu pulmonary organs. 'The -following needs no comment. Greenfield, Saratoga Co. Is". V. Mt.n.J. ft.nn.melt Dear Sir: Tliu lovoifhft tired, tins to mv.hu Ihi- e.luit loolaa me of your in- lirinp. .i 1 Iclioveil will cure inc. I lll sive tinenient of inv i a-e. Aleut fivtr or I'm- months na 'I vrii- tai.cn Willi a I ad cold, nr. J wa u'ry hoarse, in con-cqiiein-e ot worl.nu; in v.-nici- while linildimr n saw-mid, (I villi a...

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. — 23 May 1845

Voice or tlio English l'ress. My Voice Is at lit Tor Peace. When tlio public mind begin!) to dwell upon the hostile alternative for a length of tlni", war loses lis horrors In tlio excitement Which such ii frame of'mlnd produce, and tlitia Is created a rretlcfp, morbid desire for the ' fray, In antici pation of tlio tortuous negntlitioiiH of diplomacy. By cucli moans mlintial antipathies arn engen cVrod, and the rrpnu of tlio great family rl na ttaim Is disturbed; first, by a bloody association of ideas, and licit by the actual conllict itself. Surely, a great responsibility rests tiimn the ''heads of those who, through a reckless In. discretion, or a ptssion for temporary popular ity, risk tint peace and happiness of nations. Whether wisely or not, English pride is always taking offence at what is regarded ai 'American bombast, and the pugnacious fcclifij thus grows, like jealousy, by what it feeds on. Americans are naturally and becomingly proud of their country, its'institiilruns...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 May 1845

Itciijnmln GrimiH To fttl nrrnna I J MINOR FFr ' ,1 . ''. wnhln nnd for tie! ic KIM ,my ( .May, ) J JUn,,late iif (IrnnJ III.-, (,, mill cs aie.niidfilc m said Court 111 ... II ." 'I"', "ie pcr-onabJ iii-iiim-icni to pay ? ",'P '" of ndml ..im ii -.viu i e ncccs-nrv 1 1 .tea estnipnl ....... .". .1 ... - - . -- nncinic, .debts atrainsi he said estate nl j.".., iii'iprayimjMtftl Cf,rl , minfiraiorto cll iho whole i ... '".".""iTMonnry Intcrc-t agreeably to the statute in mi 'liik ,...,V llle ca" "IW ..... ..y u, JNr)e next. r.r ... .pud petition at the ! ' I , J , 1 H.1V district: nn. 'A.t.1' n newMini-rr inn' . .' iT'1'"" "ntv, the Ini.i1 rit . ' I'" '' mid Uin ,lnv1 mra r in,, iuhj al ()r..-i "'-"V, 1845. JAIUZLl I r e in I m Hoi EC I, IP ' received at the K.Vtit'i?''! Fair, the crcatcst ever hv( ' m the 1 .. 11l,nv Scntcmbcr 2.-!lh. 1SI2. Hid ; from a host of competitors, aiiu'tn! wl'l'l imported ones, will he located f"f 1 I ,.,- nf tltrt.A wtin wi.tt I.) Illltinite l''l ' nnhlo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 May 1845

Wholesale Blouses mill' II., 1., I .1.,, t..f. lo'lier.. M.lll'lfnC L lurer.. an I Co. Minimum Hi tic-, in I In' CJiiy of Button, aru uepiiol with fill Mt.tVs of Hoods m tlinr re.pectivo I ranches, and oml'rnce llif opporlif ,,;i r,,. l. .1 I .u il... .i,.w.i,iiii.r Pre-n. Ill llll'MO Conn- IIV Merchants who ate nhtnil I" p'TL-ha-e Spring aii I .'iiiiiiner siipr.I.es, m l-il the Hosii'ii .Maikct, an I exam no their .cveint ns.oriiuciu.s. iiijcnnes oi ivouou, utiuiiilif unit uuar ctoinin,-tii tin vicmf v i ii ir tttiintcrriipte.l s'cnui ts.-iiim nnc tion wnh all ('Vrpi'-'ii Ports nn I thy interior of o ir uwn country, rn iUl' u in n 'it in lui eniclits to n ir- cbit.cr. of Foreign and I ! nc;-1 it floods, cit.i il nt least, if not siipcriortonuyolht'r Market; ami i,o in Irv .Merchant., io whom this inv-iintion is re.i'CCf I jy ad Irc.-cd, tire n i ned ilr.it It l imr determination to plca-v, if pii-a li!i", I'liili "'il tuiil now c islomir who may IStvor in with u call. Importers and...

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. — 13 June 1845

NOT THE GLOB? OF 0 X S A R BUT TUB WBLFABB OF BOMB BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1845. VOL. XIX No. 2. V PASS ON, ltUI.KNTl.L8S WOULD. Swifter and twitter, day by day, Down Time's unquiet current hurl'd, Thou passest on thy reckless way, Tumultuous and unstable world. Thou passes! on 1 Time hath not seen Delay upon thy hurried path t And prayers and tears alike have been In vain to stay thy course of wrath I Thou pas-est on, and with ihee pj The loves of youth, the cares of age t And smiles and tear, and joy and wo, Are on thy history's troubled pacel There, every day. I'ke yesterday, Writes hopes that end in mockery I But who shall icar the vail away, Before the abyss of things to be I Thou passest on, and at thy side, Even as a shade, Oblivion treads, And o'er the dreams f human pride Hit misty shn ud forever spreads I Where all thine iron hand hath traced, Upon that gloomy scroll to-day, With records ages ,ince iffaccd, Li'e them shall live, like them deca...

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. — 13 June 1845

piors ipmiBaai MEXICO AND TEXAS. Wo announced on Saturday , says tlio Tri bunr, that n bill nil owing the Ministers of of Foreign Affairs power to negotiate a Trea ty with Texas for herlndependencn, with tliu proviso tlut sho shall not ho annexed to llm United States, passed thn Mexican llouso of Ruprcseiitatives on tlio lliird Inst., by a vote of 41 for, to 13 against it. No doubt was entertained of tlio unanimr.m passage of tlio ill in tlio Senate. A gentleman, who fur nislied tliu Now Orleans Pirayuno with an authentic abstract of tlio iinelligona says : " Capt. Elliott, English charge In Texas, had been in the city of Mexico mvenl weeks, ac. cniiipaniod by a Mr. Smith, secret Agent from the Government of Texan. They arrived from Galveston en tlio 11th of April, in the Uritish friji.ita Euiyilicc. lie hail returned to Vera Cruz, and was vvailin;! the action of I lie Senate upo.i this bill when I sailed. U'lion tlio result wus U nou n, he would return to Galveston with it. in the ...

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. — 13 June 1845

HARDWARE. STRONGS Si Co., have received, ami otter., extensive assortment ol Hani Ware, among-t Mich may be found jolliers ew.. .... . ;,!. Plane Jacks, Fore, Smooth and Jointer. Mini uncle and double Iron.. . Astrntrnl. Head. Center beads, Ilailoes. Match planes, Rabbet do, Sah do. Plough", Martin? nnd .limns Quage., Chi.il ami Auger handle., chalk-line Spools, Iron and Bra plated brace-, Braces nnd But. in sett-, Devils, Trv sniare., Common nnd concave Aitacr., n..f Am.. Center do. Metal and wood head Spur Hitt", Center do, Metal and Box wool rules, Glue pots, Cnmpno-, JHca-urins Tape., brad nwl., Scratch do, Sp'keOitnbicts, and Paper, , . Double and single plain Iron, drawing knives Hand, panel, ripping, back, nnd Ley hole saws-, Files an I Ra-ps stcci and iron Hq iatcs, Screw drivers Tinner nnd null uMght Uil-cls, Socket Chi-cla, Uouce-, llainmcrs, Hatcheis, Hand and broad Axes, Adl, Spirit Level.. (tc. &c. Saddler'. Sad lie Trees O'g do, Maine.. Bitt, Turrelt', Pad honk, an...

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. — 13 June 1845

Extract of Lungwort. Tun osiv runF kor CONSUMPTION AND LIVER COMPLAINT. IT hlionlJ I e rcsnried In I y all uli nrc irdipo-ril o un t,nii'ioii, nr Iroul led with ai'imjth or cold, nislit 9U cats, .'i-llmu, win in I ne side mid HuM, timi dity tit I rtatliinjr, lijliuif s nii'l nimu'' arms? tin' chest, hrom hni, Ii.it I'unip'aii.ts and ull alleclioit of the p ilinon irv ornns. The following needs nn comment. (ireenjield, Snraluitn Cit, N. V. Mr. C.J. Hon eu'lt Dear .Sir: Tin- love nl'lile urce met" m.tUe ilii- - fort to id lam M'tnf nf ytmr melirinp, a I I ilit've it will c ire in1. I Mill civo n statement t f my w v. Al'imt lo ir tr live montli nit" I wa- lai,cn with a I ad cold, mid vn U'iy hn iree, in consequent.-nl wtrl.ins in water while liuildititf it sawmill, (' einf n intvlimic) nn I wa- umVi tin-due. tor' care a' out" funr week-, and cut inlealleti walk nbniit, and lrie.1 Hi d.i a little work, which Iro isht una s'isilil lili'i'ilm? id the luiias. 1 ri-luin-el liuitic ili-iiri...

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. — 20 June 1845

9 NOT TUB G L O n V OF 0 .22 S A BY H. B. STACY. CIIILUIIOOI) 4NI) ITS VIS1TEK9. bv e. L. BCLWsa. Oneo on a time when sunny May Wat kissing up the April showers, 1 law (air Chi dhood hard nl piny Before a bank of blushing flowers, Happy he knew not whence or how And smiling who could chooso but love himl For not more glad than Childhood's brow Was tho gay heavens tint laughed abovo him. Old Time came hobbling in his ralh, JVnd (hat green valley's calm invaded The brooks grew dry benenit his path, The birds were mule, tho lilies (ailed ; A Grecian tomb stood full in .sight, And that old lime began to batter, "ButOhildhood watch'd his paper lite, Nor heeded he one whit the matter. With curling lip, and eye askance, Ouilt gazed upon the scene h minute i But Childhood's archly simple glanco Had s ich a holy spell wilhin it, That the dark demon (o tho air Again spread forth his baffled pinion, And hid his envy and depair, Self-tortured in his own dominion. Then stepped a gloomy phantom u...

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. — 20 June 1845

dependent, confirmed by 'the i i . . .. Anahuftc lo Now York. vnns. By tho Nilcs tit cults ii nu miners irom i m.i. a . . t .1.-1 .. . . commarmeu hy oUnurnl p. nm n imvnn rnirt Mr Hitmen lion on flits nirt nf i inu in. wiiniiu in cm ions, liiioniicii na T.AIV mi uviiLii iav is Cfir- at)uniJ.ii)llv test fv inucu unnii inmnpr.-iin. hy all ihu papers in that in Montreal Willi gritf nnd 'o record nnnilipr nf tlm nnu-nt-il. nils lo which J'rotcsitnil inhris- rU..r. nn,l . ,.1 , . , I. itlv exposed in !lll nil V. ulien ( nt tho upper rn.I of Griffin tmf'l nnH tnt'itinr rliililrrn Ia Mlcning coppers, n tnnii, or ra- him to the L' round hv n hlnw Ml-. I IMIIIHMIU3 1IHU UltT i -j niiuuviuy UUl PCL' lid flllll Ifll In n slnln nf insan. u pargrnpn wc snsppctetl intTurl uitli n'irtti It! iji Lut other papers llian have copied, well known iiusiiv. l in iMnntrral i(j ii uiiinm;iini ;ir:iiiici no co 11 I in nromiscs. inner, ire murderous as Ninth v l ie 23ih nil- fit nu C III' tli) nipnn-. imiipx...

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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. — 20 June 1845

Caution to Patentees. It has beon decided by Judge Nelson, ns wo team from a communication in tlio National Intelligen cer, that if tlio proprietoi of a now Invention sells even one of his articles, before ho lins taken out his patent, hu thereby loses his exclusivo claim; tho alo is held to bo an abandonment of tho invention to the public. This is a now decission tlio opposito doc trino having boon heretoforo held at tho Pa tent Office. Tho case in which the law was declared by Judge Nelson was that of Wilsjn vs Packard. Installation. Tho Installation of Rev. Ansel Nash is to take place on Wednesday of next week tlio 2.")tli inst.,) at Colchester Centre, at 2 o'clock. Sermon by Ilev. Luther G. BntottAM, of Williston. COMMERCIAL.. BRIGHTON JIAItKET, June 9, 18(5. At Market 450- Beef Caitle, 10 pairs of Working Oxen, 700 Sheep, nnd 175 Swine. Pbices HccfCotllc Extra 8i3 iSS5,75i first qunli ty 6,60(3 5.73! second quality, $5,25 185,501 third quality, 4,75 t S3. Workinsr Oxen Nn sales...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 June 1845

READ ME TUUOVGlHi CHEAP CASH-TAILORING KSTAUL1SIIM1SNT, GENERAL CLOTHING STORE, PATiES' MEWICINK. 17AI.KS' Catharliennd Wncinl.le Purgative t.oz 1 t'liiin, and llio besl out! decidedly the mot poji- Extract of Lungwort. mil Tnllor, 1 mil'iv llj.'l.t.. IliMiii-t J 'has returned fiom New Yoik. wilh a good assort- till r nriielo, not unly fov ndull hut fur children crnll 01 iinlrU'9 anil rlimnie, nml in every cutr'it ion orlili'. They ore jtriellv vegetable, wilh a tnteine.preil.1v tU-'fchlful ) ihey r.ni.o no pain in tin; t'perntinn Imt on the contrary leelinn or,lcmiirit,le..nlnsllie Mom arli an I Imwcls more perlecily than nny oilier purgn live. Their inntric like operation surprise the inosl eminent plnsteian, nnd they nro rapidly taking the p ni'Ci'f all other puma' Ite compound, i.verv trnv eller should carry them, every family should keep them, and every man, woman and child should lake l'"M"' KALIS' WORM 1.0ZKNOE3 Are a fnre. remctlv. and children lovetliem, they net like a cha...

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. — 27 June 1845

NOT THB GLORY OP C .B S A n DOT T ,11 E WELFARE O T ROME BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, F RID A'Y,J U N E 27, 1845. VOL. XIX No. 4 A PARENTAL ODE TO MY SON, Aged three years andfite month. SI THOMAS HOOD. Thou happy, happy clft (But atop first let me kiss away that teat) Thou liny imago of myself 1 (My love, he's poking peas into his ear) Thou merry laughing sprite! . With spirits feather lutht, Untouched by sorrow, and unsoiled by sin, ((food heavens! tho child is swallowing a pin! Thylitllo tricksy Puck I With antic toys so funnily bestrnck, Light as the singing bird lhat wings the air, (Thcrdoor! the doiir! he'll tumble down tho stair I) Thou darling of thy siro! (Why, Jane, he'll set his pinafore afire!) Thou imp of mirth and joy ! In love's dear chain so strong and bright a link, Thou idol of tho parents (Drat the boyl There goes my ink!) Thou cherub but of car ill j Fit playfellow for Foys by moonlight pale, In harmless sport and mirth, (That dog wilt bite him if he pul...

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. — 27 June 1845

SI 3 amis Mhmias . From tht Boston Daily Advertiser. OGDKNSBURGH KAIL ROAD. Opposite lh termination of ihii Rail Road it Og li inburgli, weat of the 81, Lawrence, apreadi out the ncn province 01 vanaaa west, wun a (oil uniun p.nsod in richneaa by the aame eitent of territory in V nerics, With population rapidly Inerea-ina in umbers and improving in character, with a healthy i ll nate and ( atable government, thie province bids 1 1 r in a few yean to he one of the beat agricultural di.triela of the whole British empire. Ten yeara ago it contained a population of 320,000. The total amount of properly at that time waa 157,000,000, and the annual product! were orcr WO.OOO.OOO. The value of ftood imported into both provincca in 1836, aa over 913,000,000. Since that time there hae been n very great increaae of population and business. Aa the population of the Eastern province waa larger than tha Western at that time, it ia fair to supposo that aba retained a proportionate amount of the im...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 June 1845

To Dentists. IflONSTANT uppllcs of Stoctlon's Inlet styles L Molar! Bicuspid and Incisor Teclh foils, rues, Eeps, Onm Lancets, Pocket and common Teeth acting Instrument, extra Hook for same, Burrs, tvators, Scaling Instruments, filling do, Mouth liaises. Month Moulds. Denial Syringes, Blowpipes, tooth Power Boxes and Pols, A.C Sic. Ac. Dental Ca.es complete. Operating Lhairaand SpH- loons furnished to order. PECK vJ m-i 4 Burlington, Vermont. Daguerreotype Chemicals. TROMINE. Mercury uisiuieu, Potasium, Cyanitret or, Iodide or, Soda Hypo-sulphate of, Bilver, Nitrate, Crystals, Daguerreotype plates all qualities Daguerreotype Cases. Jj " Prepared, Gold, Chloride ol, lo'dine, " Chloride of, Prepared rollen Stone, Tilpoli, Risr. s .(. fnpr.l.liA.1 tit nsder. '4 PECK ft. SPEAR, Burlington, Vermont. Mineral Waters: CONGRESS Water ri, rtttittng weekly for sale by Gross Doxen, or single bottle, at 4 PECK & SPEAR'S, Wholctalt Druggists. FRANKLIN house, AT THE MINERAL SPRINGS, m sr. biil...

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