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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 3 February 1848

VEHMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 8, 1818. lUatcljman $& State journal. E. 1. WALTON, JR., 12IMTOK. Thursdny, Fcbnmry 3, 1818. 83rV giro Iho Butccii of John r. IIali, n pulllthoJ In tlio Congrciflonnl Glotie, nnd entire, wilh llio exception ofa ilnglo paragraph, personal anil local In lt application. Tlio faults of Dili speecli nro a lack ol Hint dignity wlilch tocomei tlio yennte, anil lcvlt; Incungruoui, wo think, wllli tlio urloumcM of Iho tuhjocts diicuMrtl. Tlio ipooclt is bettor odnplcil to tlio stump, and for tlio mullltiiilo, upon ttliom Its cood hits wonld toll well Ilotroter, thoro aro somo strong points la It. Tako Mr. IIai.e'i ol.Jectloni to tlio War on tho (round of Slavery, and add to them Mr. Cal houn's ol.Jrclloni, and tho loader will liiro a protty filr Whig spocuti. It tnkei tho croam of both to givo a good Whig view of tho question. SPEECH OF JOHN P. HALE, OP NEW HAMPSHIRE, IN TIIK BERATE Or THE UNIIT.D STATES, JAN, C, 1818. Tlio Bill to raise, fo...

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. — 3 February 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 3, 1848. Monday, Jan. "I. finale Gun. Houston, reelected S0.1 tiler from Texas, wax duly qualified mid took Ills sent. Mr. Hcrrien'rt resolution, calling for copies of letters or dispatches written by Oen. Tnylor on tho subject of a military line of occupation, rc feried to in a repoit from tho Secretary of War, was taken np and adopted. Mr. Ilalduiu's resolutions, calllngon tho Pres ident f r information as to tlio cxistunao of any I'ulilic Oomniii in Mexico, nnd the power of tho Me: nn lirvernincnt to codo any portion of the eatno to a Foreign Government, were taken up. Mr. Hnnncjan requested explanation as to tho objert of the resolutions. "Mr. IlaluViti explained lint the President hav ing informed Congress, in his annual menage, tiiat tho Republic of .Mexico had no oilier means of indemnifying our cilizens but by tho cession of her territory, tlio object of tho resolutions was to ascertain ilio grounds on which tlio President found...

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. — 3 February 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY. 3, 1848. QV(rtcultural. Produotivo Small Farm. The Cooper farm, near Ilushwick, L. I., according to tho committees of tho N. Y. Farmer'!) Club, consists of only thirty acres, the proprietors being young men. who enmo in possession only a few years ago, when tho land was very bar ren. Willi the help of four men, and additional help in picking time, they linvo the past teason supplied New York with thu following articles : 342 bushels peas in pod, yielding $250 1 nnn ii G87 1200 " 1200 " tomatoes, bush-beans, it it 600 528 $207 I In addition to tho above, Iliero ro- mnined tin harvested at the time the re port was made 500 bushels potatoes, by estimate. 4000 nolcs thickly covered with Lima i " beans. A acres corn. I 1-2 acres blucton turnip. 1 1-2 acres cabbnee 5000 to tho acre. Hay for all their stock. 1-20 acre Coyenno pepper estimd' ted ut 25 bushels. Also, 75 bushels wheat. Farming on a Large Scale. According to the statement of S. S...

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. — 10 February 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIELt, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1848. VOL. XLII, NO. 13. WHOLE NO: 2156. iUatcljnmn &0tatc journal. rinii,tsiti:i uvr.nv Thursday moiinino. TERMS $150 c.ih In ndvniice) S3 00 If n: mails In advance) Intormt nlwojrclirgilrti nvinont I' not rum the ond f tho )eor. Fioni tlio Columbian Afugnzlno forFelmiary. WINTER'S JEWELS. DV MIES. MAHY N. M'DONfcLU. Hu thou entered Into Ihtt ttonsurei of tlio mow? or liait thou men tho trouiurc of the hnll? Job. Summer roue nil aro go no, Uowjr bJoMumi, Cure )e wellf Itofl each bower and garden bed 01 tti painted Icif and tell) Home i ofmcing en elfin prlle, Hall of binquel for tho bee, Flower of lummer robed tn light, Lot t to ui your frttfltency. Yet Imth w Inlet's icj If.ind Many ft brisl('ua''tareni gem, Scattered o'et tho tnow.clod land, I'rom hii ajmikling dladtm A" a fair) spoil bad cat M) rind jewuU tt'er tho icene, So they He, where lalo the, bljit And tho fiuit-Kinj' icp hure been Marl them lit ihe morni...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 February 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 10, 1818. lUatcljmmt & 0tatc journal. E. IN WAI1'OIV, JK., EOITOIt. TliuiGtliiy, rcbriiuiy JO, 1848. FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN McLEAJV, OP OHIO. ELECTION MARCH 29, 1848. I'or Council or Censors, CHAMPS K. WILLIAMS, JOHN. N. POMEROY, "WILLIAM HEBARD, PETER STAR It, SALMON P. DUTTON, DAVID CRAWFORD, IRA II. ALLEN, JAMES BELL, HENRY P.JANES, HENRY STOWELL, JOHN DEWEY. AUGUSTUS BURT, KEYES P. COOL. THE PRESIDENCY. Wo this week place at tho head of our col umns the name ol John McLean of Ohio for President of tho United States" honest John ;" and in doing so, w'o not only express our own preference, but the preference of a goodly por tion of the Whigs of Vermont. It is not our purpose to write nn elaborate array of reasons lor this course: a few words will suffice. If Judge McLean's character and position do notcotnmend him to the people, arguments would bo useless: wo wouldorce no man against Iho popular will. For furly-eighl yea's the Slave ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 February 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 10, 1318. roforonco of llio l'rcsiilont'a-Annual Mcs?ago to! npproprialo Committees. Mr. Hinllli delivered a spirited epcccli inoppo eition to the Administration. Mr. Vinton hnvinp oblninod tlio floor, closed tlio ilebato by calling for tlio previous question. Tlio call was sustained, and tlio main question ordered. Mr. Witinot's amendment, relative to u direct tax ol'flvo millions of dollnrp per annum, was re jected. Mr. Vinton's original resolution of referenco wii9 adopted. Tlio rust of tlio session was occupied in unim portant business. Faidav, Fob. 4. Senate. Tho Ten Regiment bill coining tip, Mr. Sovier took ,ha floor, and defended tlio poli cy of tlio administration and tlio action of tlio I'rcsidunt, lie took up tlio hisloiy of tlio annex ation of 'tVxus in detail, and cullud attention to orders given by tlio Mexican authorities, bclbro tlio war begun, as a complete justification of tlio Course pursued by our government. House. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 10 February 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 10, 1848. Agricultural. APROPOS OF FARMERS. I know n farmer who has but fifteen acres of land, off of which ho supports his family ho continues to get forty bushels of wheat from an aero of land, and fifty to soventy bushels of Indian corn, bp'sides corn-fodder in abund . unco ; and instead of impoverishing his land by these heavy crops, such is liis economy in saving, mailing, and ap plying his manures, that his farm grows richer. This farmer applies his knowl edge of figures to his own calling. Ho '&;shc cannot afford to grow half a crop, as tho deterioration in fences, and the interest of money on tho land is the samo, crop or half a crop. It is need less to say that this man takes two agri cultural papers. I know another farmer who has seventy-eight acres of land, a find culcaro ous clav loam, ameliorated by quartz and limestone pebbles, with a sprinkling of small boulders. Uc barely subsisis ins family in a very pnmilivc way, o...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 February 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEll, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1848. VOL.XL1I, NO. 14. WHOLE NO. 2157. Ulatcljman & tatc journal. PU11USIIUD nVKRY THUUStlAY MORNIN'O. TERMS. 30 ctuli In advance; If jmyment ! not m.iJo tnaJrancflf intercut alwnyi clinrficd ftom tho end of tho year. 3octvv). Tor the Watclim.m nnd Journal. FORGIVE. Forglvo thy t.rolhft, and totheo Shall Uo a plaaftt.ro nil tit vino J -iigrtf AnotliAr lie nt will glmMoneit hiit And iwtill wlih rapture shnicd by thinCt Wtalc,uenry piljrlmi oro we oil, Mldloom undilirknc! JoomM togropoj Above ut, torrowi liko a pill Dim tho f.iut flickering light of Hope. , All tourneying thimigh n dreary land, " Whence luufthtcr, with ilitlll ilicuu of glee, And lobMn- jfitcf," linkeJ hntnl in hand Tly onward torternity. And lifo 'f hut nn airy thing A rnfnhow, bom mid changing nktei Off nulra and tr-nrs, n magic ring Which Hay to tempt, then quickly flic. Thou mre I j tlilno tho incred triMt, To hid thy feinting brother livo I Kor ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 February 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 17, 1848. illatcljmtm & State 3founwl. E. V. M AtTOJV, JIt IlIHTOlt. 'X'liiii-sclny, February 17, 1818. FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN McLEAN, OF OHIO. ELECTION MARCH 29, 1048. pEor Council of Censors, r UiiAKLiNS Jv. WILLIAMS, JOHN. N. POMEROV, WILLIAM HE HARD, PETER STARR, SALMON F. DUTTON, DAVID CRAWFORD, IRA II. A LI. EN, JAMES HELti, HENRY F.JANES, HENRY STOW ELL. J JOHN DEWEY, AUGUSTUS BURT, KEYES P. COOL. SPEECH OF MR. STEWART, OP I'KNNSVI.VAM.V, In reply lo Secretary It'utker on the Tariff. Mr. Stewart abounds in fads, nnd hence his Speeches nro ulways valuable. Tlio speech be fore us is arranged under different heads, niul we avail ourselves of the advantage thus afford ed of publishing it in moderate doses. It is not bad to tulic, however. The effert of the Tariff of 181(1, and of High nnd Low dutits, generally, upon litvtliitt. . Tho first position of tho'iopiui is, llmt low du ties always increiise revenue, and lliat such has been ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 February 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 17, 1818. Nctuo of tljc ilkck. West River Bridge Case. Correspondence oflhe .V. lirpress. Wasiiikoton, .Inn. til, 1648. Tlio first linur nftlin Uourl was orciiiilt-d willi llio delivering of opinions, nn.'cnlln nnu dissent inp, in llm enso of llio Vermont Hridco Compa ny, wlio complain llint llic Sintc, in violation of contract, as is nllcilgcd, appropriated their prop erly and franchise v the public use, by imkiiij; lluit a fri'o bridge and under llio control of llio Stale, 'vhii'li heretofore had been n corporation mid under the control of individuals. 'I ho caso was nigned by the I'laintifl't in error as one "im piirinrr tho obligation of contracts," and upon the other side, it hub defended as only an "ap propriation of private properly for public uses." The caso as ably argued by Messrs. Webster, Phelps, Collnmer and others" in Court, and the Judges have consideroil it as a case embodying mnny new points, particularly upon the subje...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 17 February 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 17, 1848. OVgricultural. Hay Seed. "Hnvc yon tiny hcrtl?gross socd ?" en quired an Individual tho other dny of n grocer, at the door of whoso shop wo were standing. "Yes." The man walked in, and after exam ining several specimens, sclented the poorest, becauso it was cheaper than the first quality by two shillings the bushil I Ilis excuse was, that ho had several acres to "lay dewn," and that, "so far as liis experience furnished ground for nn opinion, the low priced seed was the cheapest in the end." To corroborate the correctness of Ilia logic rather pe culiar, it must bo confessed he odducod, very confidently, tho practice of some of his neighbors, who never ptircimsca any seed, but stocked their lands with the seed saved from their barn floors. Now, the fact is, when grasses arc late cut that is, afier the seed has fully matured this is probably the safest method a farmer can pursue. Uo gels no poor seed, none that has had the germi...

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. — 24 February 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIElt, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1848. VOL. XLII, NO. 15. WHOLE NO. 2158. iUntcljmcm & 0tatc journal. ruiiLisnnu cvunv thuhspay morning. TtttlMS $150 cmIi In idvonce $3 00 If tiaymont ! not nude In ndrancoj Interest alwnyi charged from tho ondof the year Ipoctrw. Tor the Watchman and Journal. THE VOICE OF VERMONT. nv mus. r.uzA i. parson. 11 Retained, by the Senate and House of Rrprrstntat'ttet, that Wrmnnt wtll nut give tier coiiiitcnnnto. old, or imtent tn tho Admitilon Into the I'mlenl Union of uny nw Stnte hIkiiq Constitution tolerate Slavery J mi'l duet horeby appeal to nrh of tun litt-i Stutf to concur, In it own name, In tlili delr'llnn." ctflBi Ruoltes, October Session t IS JO, In u fair valley of the Mountain State, Where, mid grccnclarf hilli, an omernld gate, Wlnootkl, burning from hit strait defile t, Yields to lis nierfdovMirhle Mi tportivn imtlns, A dome uprise, Witdom calli her own t In that green glen eet Hummer's knell hod lung, An...

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. — 24 February 1848

VEK1M0NT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 24, 1818, iUateljmcm & 0tntc journal. E. 1 WALTON, JIC, KMTOlt. Thursday, Febiumy 24, 1818. FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN McLEAN., OP OHIO. ELECTION MARCH 29, 1840. Tor Council of Censors, CHARLES K. WILLIAMS, JOHN. N. POMEROY, WILLIAM IIEUARD, PETER ST AH R, SALMON P. DUTTON,' DAVID CRAWFORD, IRA II. ALLEN, JAMES BELL. HENRY F.JANES, HENRY STOWELL, JOHN DEWEY, AUGUSTUS HURT, KEYES P. COOL. THE VERMONT MEMBERS. Senators Phelps ntvJ Vrlin, and Messrs. Collamer and Marsh of tho House, have a) renuy spolten on tlio Mexican War; and all of theso speeches havo been complimented by tho puunc press, wc shall publish tliemall, begin mg wmi wo urst which lias come to' hand. SPEECH OF MR. GOLLAMER, "I YIUlUNT, ON THE MEXICAN WAK, Mi.it.HKU IN HOUSE OP llEI-RESENTATIVES ur THE U. 8. f GO, 1, 1818, Mb. SPEAKER : t ... ... i novo nsienou, with a good dogrcn of atten tlftTin)wllntnnut In . I, .1-1. ... . . . ........... iU uiu uuuaies nmcll j,avo oc. urrc...

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. — 24 February 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 24, 1848. will to tlio duty of tho Whigs of Vermont tornnko a nomination conformnblo to thla princi ple. However, wo opprolioml there la no dan ger but tho nominco will bo right upon this point. lrom the llrandun Vulce ot Froedom. Juror. McLean. Wo notico with ploasuro that this nblo Stntosmttn and Jurist is commend ed by several editors as tho most suitablo Whig candidate Tor tho next President. Mr. Walton, of llio Watchman ond Journal haa placed tho name of John McLean ot tho head of his edi torial columns, as nniil candidate, subject to tho decision of tho Whig Convention to bo hold in Juno next. There is no man who wo would more cheerfully support for tho high ofllco ofProsidont of tho United States, than Mr. MoLoan.and our desiro is, that ho may bo put In nomination, not withstanding tho opinion of tho Vt. Patriot thot Mr. McLean's letter on the Mexican War lias killed him. From the St. Albans Messcngor. The chance of success, by t...

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. — 24 February 1848

i VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 24, 1848. Agricultural. For Ike Watchman & Journal. Royalton Pigs. Ira Dutton raised a litter of ton pigs tlio season past, nine ol which have been hilled, weighing 236, 277, 277, 280. 287, 288, 289, 294, 304. Forrest Adams, Esq. killed a pig eight months and twelve days old, weighing 379 pounds. II. N. Truman, Esq. hilled a hog nineteen months 'old, weighing 601 lbs, ii. i). CULTURE OF ORCHARDS. Wo extract the following from an ar ticle in the Massachusetts Ploughman : " We nre pleased thai many fnrmers arc aware that one ppplo tree in tiller land or in a hog-yard, is worth half a dozen standing in an unbroken sward land." Brief as is the above paragraph, it conveys a truth that cannot be too high 'ly appreciated by every owner of an or cluml, as nothing is more consonant with common sense than the fiict that the ground onHvhicli the orchard is located, should bo tilled and manured every few years. When we say tilled, we don'l me...

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. — 2 March 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIElt, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1848. VOL. XLII, NO. 16. WHOLE NO. 2159. tUatcljmcm & State journal. ruut.tsiiED EViinY TiiunsnAY mohnino. TERMS 9150 cauli In advancoj $300 If jiajmentla not made In advance) Intcroit elwaja charged from ilieondof the jear. n 1 ijl: ill i ' . 1 From the Christian World THE EXCHANGE. A BON NUT. From TholutVt "Mysticism ofthtEast, Once to the Monquo a Moiluin come, and tboro Beheld the crowd just fuming from the door J Quickly lie cried. M Ii then tho service o'er?" They unawored, ' Ycit Ion; onded la the prayer." 11 Ala 1" ho sighed end upward on the sir rionted tho perfume of that pcnlteut cry ! 11 xchas wttli me," pld one, 14 take thcu my ihare Oftje reward duu oar fiJelity, And give to mo that wounded heart! deep eight" Bo they exchanged. Gut In tho night, a rolco Spoke In 10ft, muilo to the wakeful ear ' Wlae, oh ( my aon ! and hnppy wai thy cltolco Thou, lntbat iu!, dldt buy u Iovo and fear Than all Earths formal p...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 March 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 2, 1818. Uio abolitlomatn havo now tlm oxamplo and tho authority of thoir ablest antagonists for nppoal ing to tlio Goncrnl Government for IcgisJativo nction upon a matter hitherto alleged to lio ex clusively within tho jurisdiction of tlio several States. But my collcaguo. (Mr. Colltimcr,) has lately bo fully and clearly elucidated this point, Hint it would be quite Idlo for mo to enlarge up on tho subject. I hava neither timo nor desire to enter, at present, into any discussion of tlio moral charac ter Ot slavery itself, us a christian or an unchris tian institution. I havo already, on othor, occa sions, expressed myself explicitly enough on that topic, and my opinions aro still unchanged, in spito of tho Theological argumont.lho proof rrom Holy Writ, which 1 havo hoard advanced on this Jioor, ana with wlitcli, ascertain indications lead mc to conclude, wo aro again to bo favored. But whatever may bo tho character of that system, whateve...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 March 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 2, 1848. DEATH OF JOHN QUINCY AD AMS. Wo Imvo the mournful duty of recording the death of Joiif Quinov Adams ono of tlio pur est and nlilcst of American Statesmen. No Stato, cava perhaps Massachusetts, will moro keenly fool his loss tlmn Vormont ; nono curtain ly better npprociatcd lila character or moro deeply sympathized in his viowg. But tlio spneo pro-occupied by otliGr matlor loavos no room for ro mark, nor evou to give tlio details of this cvont (so fully as wo desire, John Quincy Adams, it will bo eocn by our Telegraphic dispatch from Washington, was yesterday struck with paralysis whila in III o disclitugo of his duties in tlio' Ilnuso of Rnpro eontatives, and immediately conveyed out in a stato of insensibility. Doth Houiob thereupon adjourned. Wo mournfully apprehend that Mr. Adams will never resuino his seat that his earthly career is nearly over. Ho lookod focblo and failing when wo last saw him in tho House; his cyo was dimmed...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 2 March 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 2, 1848. Boston Notices THE GREATEST irHWCEjfEOTS EVER tET OFFERED It BOSTON I Great Sale Continued. Over 8100,000 worth of CLOTHING TO BE SOLD AND CLOSED UP 'immediately AT " OAK HALL !" PRICES OF CLOTHING MARKED DOWN TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. In con.cquot.co of tl.o very Ml MJ V. EAT" Hll nf 1 ho seaaon.lhue far, nnd Iho GREAT uUANTI TICS OF GAR MENTS mado up by Hie undersigned till, la i 1 fur WINTER WEAR, It has bocomo ncconry Hat lil. Stock or GENTLEMEN'S WINTER FURNISHING MATERIALS .HOULD DC Closed up Immediately ! the following EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS Ata thctoloto olTereJ tu tl.o public. Read tl.l. and call t m sx, stp it Till, will pay to toko a trip to ROSTON. TheSalei will continue until EVERY ARTICLE 1. .old. Every arllclo oftlie Enormou. 6tock of GEORGE W. SUMMONS'S OAK HALL I WtU. nil MARKED DOWN TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. BE LOW THE VERY LOWEST TRICES NOW CURRENT AT THIS GREAT CLOTHING MART I TJili Stock embrace i the most Extensiv...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 March 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. VOL. XLII, NO. 17. WHOLE NO. 2160. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY,1 31 ARCH , 1848. iDatcljmmi &0tatc journal. l'uin.isiinu Evnnv tiiuhsday mohninh. THIIM3 $150 caili In ndtanco) $300 If poymont li not tnada In advance Intoroit always chargodftom llio ond of tlio jenr. poctvn. From llio Philadelphia Inquirer. TEN YEARS AGO. TO MY WIFE. HI 0 CO HOE W. DEWET. Come, draw thy clnlr bflildo me, love, Tho priscnl cares hcui1o V h tk t though the winter croons around, There's Summer In th) untie 1 Let nil I by nniioH beam on ine now, AtiJ oVr tlio Future throw The riuthince or the joy wo shared, This J.i y, ten jour ago t Ay, lean upon me lovingly, Ami with those eyct ofyhfn Cam fondly tbwn tho pictured Fust. At t do now with mine: And, mny the gulden light which shoos Upon llopn'j rosy glass, Illumine all tho mirrorM disk Whereon tho isiqis pais. How li ko tho mirror on tho wall Obscured by mists awhile, lcflncting still the linugn there When punihlne sprrnds a smile...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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