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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 30, 1847. political. PEACE WITH MEXICO. II V AliBVJtT OAliliATIN. (Concluded.) VI. nECANTUl.ATION. l Is an 'indisputable fact that tlio annexation ol Texas, th'on nt war with Mexico, was tanta mount to a declaration of war, and that tho com parative weakness of Moxico alone prevented its government from considering it as such. Under those circumstances, it was ovidontly t!,n ilutv of tho United Slates to US3 evorv moans tosootho and conclliato'lho Moxicatis and to wait with patience for an unconditional recogni tion of the indepondenco of Texas, till tho feel ings excited by our aggression had budsiuou. It has been shown that after Mexico had re sorted, ns a substitute fur war, to tho harmless Fuspcnsion of tho ordinary diplomatic inter course, tho attempt to make it retract that measure, before- any negotiations for tho res toration of harmony between the two countries should be entered into, was neither countenan ced by the, acknowled...

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. — 30 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 30, 1847. yesterday, again catt.o up, declaring tlio war with Mexico jn? mid necessary, and in favor of in deinn' for tho expenses of tho war. Tho pre vious question having heen moved, tho following substituto was tillered by Mr. Stevens, of Oenr i?in. viz.. nronosinu to withdraw tho troons ot'tlio United States, and to ncnotiato for indemnity on the part of Mexico &c, (In oilier words, in sub stance embracing Mr. lilav's v'iows.1 Tho sub- alitnln ivflB tvnnnW annnnrtpil liv Mr. Itnllg. nf Vircinin, who spoke at some length. lie argued Willi uiiicli earnestness and warmth against tho war, declaring it to bo unjust and uncalled for ami that it was provoked by American uggrcs sion, brought about by tho unauthorised acts of tho President, whoso cunduct in tho whole ailair ho severely commented upon and censured. Mr. Thompson, of Indiana, proposed negotia ting (or Upper California and .Moiitoicy, with iho Hay of San Francisco, and innil...

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. — 30 December 1847

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 30, 1847. f OVoncitljiuval. Double Crops. TJio Charleston Courier of tlio 23d nit. savs the vcffcltiblo world would rjp. nnnr to have foreottcn tho season, if wc should iuduro from tho productions of the garden 01 our incnu ur. menus Columbia. we navo oeioro us a iwig bearing two pears, one of them nearly full grown, and learn that there are oth ers on tho tree ripe, bearing tho second crop of fruit. In tho same garden, the cherrv trees are bearing rod fruit, near ly ripe, bearing also tho second crop from tho same tree. Corn Crop of the U. States. The corn crop of this year is cstimat ed at 000,000,000 bushels ; in 1846, it was 4 17,800,000 bushels. Tho yearly exports, from 1701 to 1819. several times arose abovo a million bushels, sometimes over two millions : but from 1819 to 1845 they did not in any one year amount to a million. In 184G the exports wero 1,826,080 bushels corn and 293,786 bbls corn meal. In 1847, the exports have ari...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 January 1848

tiY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1818. VOL. XLII, NO. 8. WHOLE NO. 2151. atcfymcm & State journal. jiii.isiinn nvr.ny thuiisda' morning. IMS $150 cash In nrivencc) 82 00 if payment l not 10 in anrancoj interest niwnys ciiargeniiom me nnu 01 Ipoctrn. live me thy Blessing, Mlthcr. BY GK13TTA. 11 Glvo mo tti y bl 'iilnff, Mlthcr, For ! muit now away, i To moot my Imnnj Agnei, Mlilier, Upon her l.rithl iloy. I I've hive., her tang and eel, Mltlier J Anil thou my luvn liatt known I Then toy thy hand upon me, Mil her, An-! bleu thy kneeling q." b villie, how mv heart n'etflowi Ttbm I hear thee tpen'R, I f 3iy lean are jlutcnmg mi thy hair, And itropplnj on thy cheek. And oh 1 how memory call up uow The tlayi or uuld hnj iyne, When I ft tviniQmo bri.lo firnt called Thy minted father mlni 11 Yo took tie likii him, Willie den, Ye look trie like hlii. now, , Yo hae tho Mine dark, tender oen, Tlio simo bio ml, noble brow , And ilc a smile waa on hi face I IVhrn...

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. — 6 January 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY G, 1818. Uktcljmcm 0tatc fournal. .... . .& i sfc.-, IJ.L1. WAIVroiV, Jit., KOML'Olti Tlmi-Mluy, Juinmiy , 1818.' SPREAD THE LIGHT! AVe nro glad to acknowledge a handsome, addition to our subscription 'list during the present week : but still let us remind our Whig friends, and particularly the county, town, and district committee men, that the locofoco and third party managers arc using extraordinary exertions to spread their pa pers, preparatory for the next campaign, instead of hundreds, tlicrcforc, the increase of the circulation of Whig papers should be by thousands every Freeman willing to read should have the opportunity. We invite every Whig subscriber to co-operate in this work don't wait for each other by visiting your neighbors and obtaining their names. The time for sending in new subscribers is extended to the First op February next on our terms formerly offered, viz : CAMPAIGN SUliSCltllir.KS. In packets of not less tha...

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. — 6 January 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY (5, 1818. tlio tmiruVr of Freeman, linn turned Slalo'a evi dence) and tcslllied llint Frounmii was Imuckctl ilown ami stunned by Usher, robbed and taken to tlio river nnd bold under water by lliu tbreo men wbolmvo lioon suspected of tlio crime, viz ! Iiimsolf, ynimjj Fern.ild, and Usher, until lift was extinct. Usher was onco arrested on suspicion of being tlio murdorcr of Parker of Mniiolicstcr. Hoiriinir.K Amur. Wo learn that on Alon iloy of last wei!l(,a yoirntf man named Connor, of Louisville, at;od about 17 years, mado an ussault upon nis ciunr urouier wnn an axe, nnd nearly lulled liiirv 'i'ho circumstances, as wo briefly heard Ihoui, are theso s Thu boy Conner, who 19 said to bo ol a violent, malicious character, hail been bcatliitf liu father, wlu u a cripple, when tlio elder brother, on coming into tlio room, scizotl tho boy mid travo him a flojiainir. ami turned him out doors. Soon al'lor, as tho older urothor was going out, li...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 January 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY G, 1818. Agricultural. Merrimack Agricultural Society. mOM THE REFOHT ON DUTTfcH. Butter made in Joo Bunker's family tineiln to to entcn in tlio dark : then to maUo it nnss. well one or two other sen ses should bo laid aside whilo that mado bv his brothor Jonathan may bo eaten in tho full blazo of uoon ; you would msh vour neck as long onain that you miyht have the pleasurable sensation of swal lowing prolonged, remaps a bit of tnc history of their better halves will explain the whole matter. Joe's wife was Sally Sly when a small girl she was sly she would not half wash the milk pail and sly it away and let it sour. She was slv at school and did not half get her lessons, but would have her book in eight when reciting: but ns she crow older she learned that to get well married she must appear well, and so she bent all her cunning to get a superficial -education in everything, from roasting a potatoo to playing the piano. Poor Joe foil in ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 January 1848

""TrsSJG J?- WALTON & SONS. VOL. XLII, NO. 9. WHOLE NO. 2152. MONTPELIEK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1818. llaicl)mnusatc journal d r.vnn''r,,l""SUAY toitNiNa. , nilvnncei $3 00 If pnyinont it not Tl'RMB '"JStotcitnlwnynclinrgcUriomlliconaKf ha cnt ANGUY WORDS. Angry words are lightly upolccn, Jn it rash rind thoughtless hour J llrightust links of life nro tiroken By their ilcc inldlous power, lloarti (nfplrcd liy wantst feeling, IWer boftiro by angrr tltrctlt Oft arc rent past liumnn dealing Ity a hglo ungry word. Toum Jfup' of care mid Borrow, untei i"muii drop aro ll'y Waving f(r llo coming morrow Suddost men. Orion oftirdny, Angry word! oh let them never Frum tlie tongue unhridhd slip: May the hrrrt's belt impnNe t vet Check tli'm eVf limy mil tl,c lip t Loo U much too pure nml holy frind'hip Is too ncrrd far, For a moment's reckless folly Thus to dci'o'ftlo and nut Anry words nro lightly spoktn, Dittcrer-t thought me rashly stirred J Slightest links of Ido nro biokcn By u sinjlo...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 January 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 13, 1818. a Sovereign Pcoplo of llio United Stales, declared in tlielf name, in llio only momicr known or ac knowledged by llio Constitution by the Senate and House ol Representatives in Congress, to whom nlono it belongs to determine whether War, at nny time or under any circumstances, bo just and necessary ? Or was it, whether n crime or a mistake, tho unauthorized act of the President, to whom tho Constitution has denied nil power over tho question of War ? This is tho truo question J nor can all llio wire drawn sophistry and special pleading of the President's message of lost year, referred lo in that which is now before us, deccivo a single individual, bo ho Whig or bo he Democrat, of common infor ntion, against the well known and well authenti cated facia in tho caso. Need wo add that, Vt hoover tho President be, who, trampling down the bairicrs which tho Constitution has erected for tho protection of the Gcrcral welfare, and for t...

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. — 13 January 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 13, 1848. Mo.niiay, Jan. 3, I8id. Semati:. Mr. Iluntur submitted a resolve, which wim ailuptcd, criHinc on tho President for Mr. Wiso's corrcspondunoo in rcluliJti to the slave trade. Mr. Jnluison. of Louisiana introduced a Joint Tflrstvo for tlio nppuintmont of n Commissioner to examine wo Claims ot our citizens uguuifi Mexico. Tho bill to provide Vr clothing tho Volunteers was paised. ,.,.' ,. ." The till nuthoriJilng the rremdent to call out ten regiments for tho war wna taken up, and Mr. Cuss iTdvocated its piwrnipn in n speech of great Ibrco and ability. Mo declared it was not his intention to bring poliilcol topics into tho dis- C" House.-Mr. Hudson of Mass. introduced tho followni" resolution : Resided, Thut the Committee nf Military Af t,,ir8Jo directed to inquire into the expediency 0" ..'questing III'' President ol the United States n withdraw to tho east hank of the 11 io Grande our armies now in Mexico; and to propose to the ...

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. — 13 January 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 13, 1848. Qlgvtcuitural. To make butter come quick in winter. "Mil IniifT nrrn wn rnninr1 nil nrliclo from tho Albnnv Cultivnlor on tlio subject of making gnoil butter in uic winicr." The lady of ono of our subscribers, Mr. Isanc Dexter. Ivlio Is nn excellent dairy woman, tried the suggtslinns, and found that the plan was nn excellent one, and saved much labor in the time of churn ing. Somd individuals,, who have sub scribed recently, request us to republish the artichi, which we cheerfully do. Maine Farmer. "To Make oood butteii in wintkii. We often hear tlio complaint that but ter made in winter is poor. Oura was so for several seasons. It was very slow in coming, and frothy, white, and some times bitter; while butter made from the same kind of milk in the watm season was good. 1 duVised many plans for im provement, such ns throwing in salt, warm milk, scalding cream, &c; but to no purpose. At length I scalded my milk when brought ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 January 1848

JP. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1848. VOL. XLII, NO. 10. WHOLE NO. 2153. UUY THURSDAY MOIINI.NTI. terms. lo Pnc,l ,nt"" Intereat aiwayv charged from llio end of dvnnrai 4200 If nafmont If not tho From tin Boiton Courier. THE PURITAN. Htad at thi Dinner of te Nrw-Eftand Sttdtty ofNwYerkt Dxc. M, 1847. MY ALLAN C. STOONEU OF I10STON. Tho oM Puritan w u lolcmn man, Hombio and td wero Itii futuref, And lie talked through hi noio und he wuro plain clotlief, And ho teemed Hie futlorneit or creaturci. Uid tio lioppffn lojrin, lie uoiuvca it aim, And touk It to htait quite Kvorel, But should Satan piovoke htm to Jib.&t a joke, . tl rtpdtiicdLL very lincorelj. Amusements, Iia thought, were with mischief full fraiijghtt Eong anddanccs were nothing but evil White caidi, dice andpla)i, and all Church-itoltctajci, IVero nar6n H f or touls by the I)ell. All ornamcnti too did ho strictly eschew, They but filled him with horror and droad, llii own natural hair ho would ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 January 1848

VEKJUONT WATCHMAN & STATIC JOURNAL, JANUARY 20, 1818, Ulaicljmau State 3oun.nl. lYt V. IVAIrojV, Jit., EDITOIC. Xlmrstiiiy, Jiiiiiini-y UO, 1818. BOB WAIiKER Vs. THE PACTS. In our pnpfirof ilie Gtli Inst, wo quoted n grand, iloquent passage from Secretary Walker ns to tlio effect of the Tariff of 18 10 upon them-en- tie nnd condition of life country, promising1 Jo al lude toit again when wo could (jet nt lliq fuels. Wo oranlilo now to dlspnso of somdnf lli(! im portant htmibiiga of Mho "Secretary in tlio short est way irfiaglnaWby moons ol tho following stntoincnt ol tlio Commerce of tlio U. S- fum ished to tlio Now York Courier &. Enquirer from an cifiicinl source a tnblo ernbrorfng tlio period from 1789 to 1817, except fifing tlio war with England. Wc havo nddcJ n column indicating changes in tho tariff, "Ml' explanatory notes. Ht,1D a u Total Im-ports. 2:),C0O,0C0 2!t.2GO,000 ai, i on of)o ;.(iooo.,o C9,750,yn8 8 1,4:1(1, 10 1 75,:79,4( GV,.r5l,7I.O 7!,( (i'J.MR 91 UM,7m ...

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. — 20 January 1848

VERMONT WATCllMAN & STATE JOUItNAL, JANUARY 20, 1848. einlirncci) nil nimllar coses, tliry would bo wil ling Id Piipport it. W'illiotit inking tho qiicgliiiii, thu comtiiilico rnsL', ami llio Uonso, without do inany f'urllicr business, niljoiirnoJ over till Ion-liny, JctuG of II) c lllcck. The following lias bepn received by Telegraph to the Now York papers. 1' bit. if situ no, Jfciil, 1848. Your Pnney Kxprrw, tins' morning, brought New Orloa:iH papers nf tlio 7lh. Tho schooner Elc.iitor nrrived in the Gih, bringing papers from. Vera 1'rtiz, to ihe SOlh, tour iliiya Idler. Oen S'ioii li.nl M-iicil order uiiiiiiiincng that tho LTni ted Slnlcs army U nhonl to gpreitil over mid oc cupy the whole nl' Mexico, ol' which it vill huld possr6iioii iinlil Mexico no.- for pence upon tic crptnhle toriiH to the United Stnics. Nuttier ou orders nro ptiblielnnl rotating to tuxes. All fine lifrelofori! pnyabli! to llio Mextcnn Govern ment nro demanded now to support the nnuy. lie cnu ueriitos v...

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. — 20 January 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & 'STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 20, .1848. OlgricuUural. j From the Ntlonl I'm. , , , THE HUSKERS. nv J. i. vniTTinn. It was late In mild October, and tbo long.autumnal rtln f ltd left llio m mm or hart cuttle ft all green with grnst again Tht first -harp frosts bad fallen, leaving all the woodlande gfiy With the hues of summer rainbow or the meadow flowers of May. Thro' a thin dry mist that morning the aim rose broad and red, At fint a rayloss diik of fire, It brightened ei it sped j Vet. even Its noontide glory fell chaiiened and aubdued On tlio corn-fieliU and tlio orchards and softly pictured wood. And all that quid afternoon, alow eloping to the night It woto with golden shuttlo the hazo with yellow light J Slanting thro1 tho painted boccboi, it glorified tlio hill, And beneath it pond and meadow lay brighter, greener atlll. Andahoutlngbojaln woodland haiinta caught glimp-ei of tnat iky, rieck'd by the manytlnted lentd, and laughed the knew not why( And school-gi...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 January 1848

0 BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MOJNTPKLIEK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1848. VOL. XLII, NO. 11. WHOLE NO. 2154. Ulatcl)inmi & 5(ntc 2ouvnal. rinii.tsiir.ii r.vr.nv Thursday moiinino. TER iH JIM oi Ii in nilvanco) H203 If psjrmiwt l nut mi Innriruncaj IntorMt ulivnys chargctlfrom (lie oml tr tli Mir, itttsccllancotts. Prom tlio Kiilckrrbockrr. A RIDE THROUGH THE GULF. DY itnv. UIIARLrSDUOOIW. " O ! how cunst thou rnounre tlift bountUm iloro Ofchittmi which Nature to lior votary yluMi? The warMing omll mil, the roaoiimlin? fhnre, Tlio pomp oCgravcir, tho jjiriiltmo of fielJi, A It lliat tho genial my of morning giMf, Alt ilial choc to tlio Rong tf nvon j All that llie mountaln'i hclierin; hosom MileUs, AnJ all tin cln a J inigit.nri'iicr' (.flic iven ; Oh ' how const thou renounce and hops to he forgiven V MoNTPKi.inii, (Vt.) Sept. 30, 1847. Tlio mists brooded peacefully over the rapid Winooski, ns it ran through the villngc of Montpelier. Ticso fogs of the morning are not deemed unheal...

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. — 27 January 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 27, 1848. lUiitcljman & 0tatc SouvnaJ. 12. V. lVAITON, JICM J2W1TOII. Tim is a ay, January 1848. ft'Thu proceeding and itubalci ofCongrFii,furnliliedby Telegraph, nro mcto skeletons of abstracts frequent., un intelligible and etronoou. Something more Is required to Strep llio public duty Informed Anil for this purposo, lnteml of attempting abstracti of all tho dcb-ites, we propotte to se lect lending speeches., nnd cither glvo tlicm tntlrc( or llio ei scnliul pirt Tlili week ac giro Mr. CAMlOUN'dipcech on the War, cntlic, revised by hlmi-olf, nml somewhat difleirnt from the report published In nvcrftl pnpero. Mr. Calhoun's poiltlon li lingular! ho negotiated the trea t of nnnexntion, out of which grow the IVer ho n1o I ft proliivcry tnnn, nnd of courie does not syiiipathlie in the oh jecllon to the War on that ground and ho n!o If tuppmed fen rally tu furor the policy of the ndminlstrMloii I ne'crtho ImsIib I forced lo oppoie the U'a...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 January 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 27, 1848. tfifoncivc Monaav, .Inn. 17. Senate. Mr. UiilliT nt S. 0. loco, lint imlo prnilpiii) oppofeil tlio Ten Rcuitncnt bill in it? existing hlinpc. Ilcstiiil tliu nrmy in Mexico now cniipisla of l.'i.OOO effective men j tho I'rea iilonl pnisf1."!"!'!" Ilm pmver to rnis-j the number lo 00.000 nnd besides lie nsk for 10,000 reutilnrs nnil 20,000 volunteers in ndililion -rimkinj; in nil, including scniion nnd innrinw, nn nrmy of 100.000 men. I In did not oppnse llio nuiiilicr nuked for -llmv would nil l.o ivnnteil, n ml donlilc llio miinlicr, it' tlio cnnqtiu.t ol Mexico wns lo lie niton. ptnl : liia plan was In oiiliimo (he num. be uf in li regiment nv existing, linn plnr.inir tlio nrmy under llio direction of experienced of ficers'. Mr. I). then went on to give Ins views upon the wnr. In his opinion, llio (J. S. win hound to protect Texis, nnd he believed ihey had a ri u lit lo hold Texun territory to tho llio (irnnde ; but riot an in...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 January 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 27, 1818. Agricultural. Washington County Agricultural Society. nEPOIlT OF COMMITTEE ON FIELD CHOI'S. "WHEAT. 1st Premium nwarded to Henry Jones of Nortlificld, $5. gj " Justus Kinney of Plninficld, $4. 3d " " Levi Robinson of Cnlnis, $3. Mr. Jones' crop wns 31 busliols and 3 quarts taken from new Innd. 1 1-4 luislmls whitfi henrried wlicat used for seed, soaked over night in a solution of blue vitriol, 4 oz. vitriol to tno uusnui. Two quarts slaked limo applied to the wheat in the morning ; sowed ns early ns the ground would admit of. One day with a span of horses spent in har rniviiuT. Exncnsc of harvestiiic $2,50. Mr. Kinney's crop was 19 3-4 bushels. One and a half bushels ot red balu uscu for seed. Washed inlyo (reduced from strong lyo by adding one half water,) land well harrowed and smoothed with a brush ; sowed as early as the ground would admit of. A crop of oats wns taken from the piece of ground in 1845, it being broke up that...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 3 February 1848

v. MOJNTPELIEIl, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1818. tUatcljmim 0talc 2cuunal. ruiiMminu r.vnnv tiiuiisday MoiiNtNn. THUMB $1 SO cull In ndmicoi S3 01) If payment II not mado Ina.lvancci Intorosl nlwayicnargcuii. fioin tlio end nt tho jonr, poctvn. From Godc)1 Lady Hook fur IVhrnnry. SONG OF THE SUNBEAM. IlY SIDNUY uynn. I'm the 1i I slit (iinWin I flit nn a i! renin, M lilch wftlj comcf down from tlic Bkle Wlif ii ileep with (lollji.t IIuKli irfflnry bright, To eott up lltn liOt of Up ryes OVr l.tko pd 0V1 10a, An tripping ilh gleg, ntfl-L'tiI my bcuiAei I Irace ' Po rnpt I. tlio wuvo, As light i j' I l.ivf, It ttcmlilra us Dtlll wo embrace. I lie In (lie rmc, Wtirno lair Ipovci" unrloo. To pom t ut li" mci'tp on ilio broczo I Mp o'er tlic pi tin, Ami tlpo moving grnln, Or glliln e'er the !cuvc of the ticot.. T "bun not the cot Wlirie puvvrty'n lot IIulili nitf n the wio ami lit" gnur! Ttirouch thntch anil thruugh pano I leap hi Hgdln, A gift nil inuutllcd from C! oil. I fhrlnk from llio h...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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