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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 August 1845

DR. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OF LIVERWORT. I'jticE tUnvcKti Large tlolllt-a 91,50 1 Small, 81. Tll. TAYLOR'S BALAAM UK l.t Vl'RWOWT, XJ from 375 l!uv rv. N. V frr Ilie VVUK ot CON SUMPTION an I LIVER COMPLAINT, COUOHS, COLDS, tie. Read the following STONrxOTON, I'tcltll, 1811. I'r.An Doctor! Feeling- cil irr.t ln-lo m ynii, sir, a- Hie f ul j menus, ble-scd Divine Providence, in perfectly te-toring "' I" lit'iit' It lv (In1 u-e of lilt. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OK 1.1 VLRWOUT, which I p'irch.wd nSi-ut n year since ni your oflicc, No. 375 UOWF.I1Y, N. V.j nn I at-o tho hope nfl onclitling my fellow creatures, who, like iny-eir, (al that linn-) nri; .ullcriugeither (torn CONI'llf M III) CONSUMP TION Oil I.I Visit COV.I'L.IN'T, nre my rea-ons lor now voluntarily forwarding n simple detail ol my case, -incciely hoping t lint this narriiliii', true though plain, m.iy iodine llio tho i-nnd- ul olhers similarly n lected, to use thn -nine moan-, firmly I e lieving ihey will I o cq mlly blcs-cd, nnd thu-lc pr...

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. — 8 August 1845

NOT THE GLORY OF OAlSAIl BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1845. VOL. XIX No. 10 CHITTENDEN COUNTY AGRICULTU RAL SOCIETY. PREMIUMS OFFERED FOR 1345. VAHMg. For the best cultivated Farm, not less than 50 acres, 10,00 2.1 best do 5,U0 For the best do. under 50 acres, not less thin twenty, 5,00 2d best do 3,00 FIELD CHOI'S. For best two acres of winter wheat, 5,00 2d best do 3,00 best one acte of do 3,00 2d best do 2,00 best two acres of spring wheat, 5,00 2J best do 3,00 best one acre of do 3,00 2d best do 2,00 best one acre of corn, 5,00 2d best do 3,00 best two acres of rvc. 3,00 2d best do 2,00 best two acres of barley, 3,00 2d best do 2.00 best two acres of oats, 3,00 2d best do 2,00 best ono acre of peas, 2,00 2d best do 1,00 best half acre of beans, 2,00 - 2d best do 1,00 best ono acre of potatoes 5,00 2d best do 3,00 best one-fourth acre of carrots 3,00 2d best do 2,00 best half acre of broom corn 5,00 2d best do 3,0t) lIORTICULrVIIE...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 August 1845

' wmm ipibib8B ADDRESS Or THE WHIG STATE CONVENTION TO THE PEOPLE OP VERMONE. Fellow Cilizen,--Tho last address submitter! to you on an occasion liko I ho nrcsent. was ! Ut?d tinder circumstances of great Intrinsic In terest, ami at a crisis pregnant with hopes and fears of a tnnst absorbing and agitating charac ter. It emanated from a convention numerous beyond nil former domestic precedent, and un surpassed In the patriotism and intelligence of its members, and it was promulgated on tho eve of an election tno.-c Important than any that had nccurcd sinco the formation of the government both because it was destined to affect tho inter, est of art increased and still increasing popula. lion, and because it envnlvcil the triumph or do. feat not only of often disputed principles, but ol new, strange and alarming schemes of national policy and sectional agrandizcmont. But though the stake was groat, and the prognostics were threatening, yet such was our confidence in the Intelligence an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 August 1845

M1DDLEBURY BAND. Wo nppluud tlio good tasto of tho gracilis atinrj class in procuring llio services of this Very respectable association. It embraces some of tlio finest musical talent in the coun try, and we hardly recollect of a more ac ceptable performance on a similar occasion. Mr. Daiistow, tho leader, is ono of tho most accomplished buglo players we ever heard ; and if Mr. Kendall is in fact his superior, wo re quito sure he must enjoy that distinction alone. Our friend lUnnis, too, in addition to his fino musical talent, has so much music iu his composition that his presence is al ways welcome. Out distinctions aro invidi ous, whero all do well j nnd wo will conclude by inviting our neighbors to visit us again, on a fitting occasion. GREAT YIELD OF HAY. Mr. H. P. Hickok of this place, gathered in from two and ono half acres of meadow, list week, thirteen great loads of hay in good order. The Hay was herds grass with a prinkling of red clover and red lop, and the loads aro est...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 August 1845

Dli. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OF LIVERWORT. Piticc REovtcti Large Mottles 61,50! Small, 81. Dlt. TAVI.OIl'S DALLAM CI' I.IVERWOHT, from 375 llovvcrv. N. V., Irr the. CUKE of CON SUMPTION and LlVl-.R COMPLAINT, COUGHS, COLDS, 1S.0. Read the following! , .Stonisoto., Pec.dth, I8II. Dran DncTont Keeling of gmt tiide lo you, sir, n the nil y mean, blced bv Divine Providence, in pcrfe'ctlv ic-toring l he'nhh t.v llie u-e (if 1)1!. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OK LIVERWORT, which I ptrch.i-ed nsmit a yeir nun ni your otlico, No. 375 HOWT.HV, N. V. an. I nl-u tho liojv of I oni iittfiis my Mlnw creature, who, like myself, (it thai iiini') nresufl'crmir cither from CONI'lli'UI.D CONSFMP TION Oli LIVI.lt COV.pI.UNT, uio my reasons lor now voluntarily forwarding a simple tlctntl ol my ease, since. cly hoping tint I Ins narrative, into though plain, may induie' I Lo thousand ol others similarly n'lfacled, to nse rlio ..into moans lirnily lo-lievin'-ihcy will I o cn, rally bleed, mid thu I o pre served from a prcina...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 August 1845

NOT T n I II BY H. B. STACY. TUB BIIO IS MAKERS. IT J. 0. WHITTII. Ho I workeri of tha old time styled The Gentle daft or Leather I Young brothers of the ancient Build, Stand forth once more toeelherl Call out attain your long array In the olden, merry manner I Once more on gay St. Crispin's day Fling out your blazoned banner I Rap, rap, upon the wcll-worne stone How falls Iho polished hammer I Rap, rap. the measured sound has grown A quick and merry rlamor. Now shspe the solet now deftly curl The glossy vamp around it, And bless the while the bright-eyed girl Whose gentle fingers bound it I For you along the Spanish Main A. hurolred keels are ploughing; For you the Ionian on the plain His lasso-coil is throwing! For you deep glens with hemlock dark The woodman's fire is lizhlinct For you upon the oak's grey bark The woodman'a axe is smiting. For you from '.'aroiina's pine The rosin gum is stealing, For you the dark-eyed Florentine Her silken skein is reeling ; For you the diizy goa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 August 1845

n(r nnnntmnn in mo o I I rem vn rniinrnn 7" M m I ir ST nn I'ltint ! Ktfa. Bin. ippmi in n vr n 11 n. nt r. rc iictii i Urminrinn mninritv. THE AUGUST ELECTIONS. Tho result ofllio August elections aro now pretty certainly ascertained) and though not as favorable to tho Whig causo as could bo wished, yet llicro is less of disaster in them than wq had reason to anticipate. In Indi ana lliero is but littlo change from 1844. Tho Congressional delegation is divided, as before, 2 Whigs and 8 Loco Focos. The Senato is tied, 25 to 25, as it was last year ; while in tho IIouso the Loco Focos havo se cured a small majority. Alabama has elected the independent candidato for Governor, Martin, over tho regular Loco Foco nominee, Terry. Tho Congressional delegation remains unchang ed, G Locos to 1 Whig. In North Caro lina the Whigs have lost one of their Con gressional "Districts; which they carried at the last election ; in tho others there is no change. Tennessee has elected Drown (L. F.) Gover...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 August 1845

act with rapidity and decision, in order to bus tain our national causo before tho wholo world, which Is observing us, and which will fix its eyes upon us, to see whether wo are worthy to be regarded as a nation, or only to bo conquer cd a horde of savages. The government has been unable to resist the calls of duty, or the Unanimous voico of tho nation, and is decided by necessity to engage in war. The Minister of Foreign Relations has already submitted his proposition to declaro war ; and, without doubt, the national Congress will decree It, in obedi ence to the wishes of the republic. Tho government must, however, repeat what it already stated in its report of tho 10th of April that everything is disposed and pre pared for war, and that nothing is wanting but pecuniary resources, in order to execute with celerity the depositions of the government. Theao resources are urgently required ; and the republic will hazard its political existence, if it suffers many days to clapso before ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 August 1845

DR. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OF LIVERWORT. Paici Rkdoced Large Hollies 81,50 1 Small, 81. DH. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OK LIVKRWOR T, from 37S llowery. N. V.. for the CURE of CON SUMPTION and LIVER COMPLAINT, COUGHS, COLDS, &c. Read the followingl Stoninotom, Pec. 4th, 1844. Dear DocTont Feeling of grnttude to yon, sir, the rnly means, blessed by Divine Providence, in pcrfectlv retoring me to healih hv the me of OK. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OK LI VKIIWOHT, which I purcha-ed nSout a year since at your oilirc, No. 375 BOWK.KV, N. V.) and al-o Ilia hope orhenefitting my fellow creatures, who, like myclf, (nt ihnt lime) are .uflcring cither from CONFIRMED CONSUMP TION OU LIVER COMPLAINT, are my reaon lor now olnntrtnl v forwarding a simple detail ol my case, sincc.ely Imping that this narrative, true though plain, may induce the thousands of other; similarly n Iccie I, to use llie same mean., firmly l-c-lieving ihey will he cq tally blcs-eiL nnJ ihu lie pre served from a premature gme.to which the jawsol in-a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 September 1845

m tu NOT TUB CLOUT OF OJQSAU OUT TUB W E L F A II B OF HOMO BY II. . STACY. BUKlTn OTON, L V 13 It M 0 NT,F lIfDAY7 SEP TE MTLMrgTTs-ls. vql' x'IX! "xotuT TUB HAPPY LMIOIUII. BY MBS. L. eiaovBNCY. Saw ye the larmcr at his plough As you were riding by 1 Or wearied 'ncath Ins noon-Jay toil, When summer suns were nigh 1 And thought you that liia lot was hard 1 And did vou thank your God, 'That you, and yours, were not condemn' d Thus hUo a slave to plod 1 Come see him at his harvest home, When garden, Held, and tree, Conspbc, with flowery stores to fill His barn, and cranary. tils healthful children gaily sport -- .Am'd the new-mown hay, Or proudly aid with vigorous arm, His task as best they may. The dog partakes his master's joy, And guards the loaded grain, The feathery people clap their wings, And lead their younger train. Perchance the hoary grandsirc's cyo Tlic glowing scene surveys, And breathes a blessing on his ractj Or guides their evening praise. The Harvest Giver is their f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 September 1845

wm& -pishes THE CROl'3, The following is a summary of the information wo nave garnered irom our exchanges respect llifj the Crops in various Dirts of the count rv. In most parts of A'eio EnslanA tho drouth has been very severe. In tho neighborhood of Boston) beforo tho late rain?, tho fields looked soared and blasted. In sumo instances unripe Corn has been cut up to food the cattle. The Waterbury (Conn.) American says it has no ictuiivuiiijii ui inioseiiiir bucii a uecpiy-pcno tratinjr, Fcatliinu drouth, as nrovails in that vi cinlty. Largo streams, in ordinary times, are now literally dried up water-wheels are at a stand mills and factories deserted wells arc 'broken at the fountain' and cattle aro driven miles for their daily supply ol necessary drink. J he hay crop has been shorn of its usual iinv portions potatoes are stifled and Indian Corn ruined past recovery while gardens havo long since ceased to bo talked about. Tho l.ito rains havo probably put a new f.ico upon vegeta...

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. — 5 September 1845

- ass--- m.mm - . .. . . tt itintCIlt A. I I VI March Tcfm, IMS The Now York Courior and Enquirer of yesterday, tolls a story of a man who lost his pocket book, containing over S500 in a cab. The drivor found it and held it for tho owner, who came back very aoon, hoping that he had dropped his book in the cab and promis ing a handsome reward. The diiver caused him to identify the contents, and having dono o, hit property wns returned to him, where upon turning to tho honest cabman ho said, " I paid you your fat. did I noil" and walked o(T without bestowing anything upon the finder of his treasure. The same paper contains the following ttory in striking contrast to the meanness of the above : Many years ago, a gentleman coming from Brooklyn in one of the horse ferry boats, on reaching this side, missed his pocket book, and ho immediately returned to search for it. As soon as he landed in Brooklyn, he nccost cd every person he met, to know if they had found his pocket hook, but in eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 September 1845

New York Adv'ts. DR. POWELL & DR. DIOSSY, 7j? 'cDuliW nil Oph'habnic Surgeon?. 2G1 Buovdivav, Corner of Warren btrcer, NT.W YOUK. CON KINK ihcir pinctioc In diseat.s or Titr. r.vr., Operation- upon that Or --nil nml 11- appendage!-, and lo nil Impe-ifee-limi- ul Vt-ion. Te-slituonial-from the mn-l eminent mcdn-nl men ofl.urot'O mm America. Ki-feieucu lo pulicnl- I In I have I ecu per. feetly cured ol Amauroiii Calami. Optithamht, Nebulec, or Speck- on I ho Fye, Slrabnmu: or Shunting, &c. Aieriricui. Hvr.1 in-crlcd without any putter operation, tlnl cannot ! c ihitingui-ticd Iroin the naiui.il. Srr.cTAit.r:-. VU-ice lo mc kind of (ila.se- -nimble lo particular defect--. I en Son nnsiDi.MO at A nisr scr. can ice-e-ivr ail vu and medicines hy de-scribing their ea-eun ler 11)9 lollow- ing lie-mi-. 5.1 ; r"8 Cui6 CI. IT & KENT, Wholesale Hr.-ilcri In Domestic Avrt iMPon-rrn- or FOXIBION STAPLE DRTOOOSS, No?. 85 Climii Strut, an I 123 Broad.', NEW VOUK. CC rr lUMMl now permane...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 September 1845

NOT TUB GLORY OF CJQSAB BUT TBB W H L r A B X2 OP BOMB BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, V K M 0 N T, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1845. VOL. XIX.......N0. 16. TWO PICTURES. A TALE OP THE NEW-YORK AHISTOCRACY. DT CAROLINE II. SUTLER. " Nature that made the Ivy-leaf nnd lily, Nut of one warp and woof hath made us alll" PICTURE I. How bright llio dow-drop trembling on tho half-opened rose-buds how graceful the bend of the lily, as tlio morning wind stoals ill fragrant breath and bow mtirry tho trill f the robin swinging from tho cherry-tree bough, making ins dainty lare from lhu ripe, clustering fruit ! Out not half so bright llio dew-drops as the eyes of sweet Lizzie Moore, nor so graceful and white the bendind lily as her own swanliko neck, or the notes of .yon airy songster as musical as thu voice of dear Lizzie, bounding across the lawn check glowing ringlets dancing and liltlo feet skimming like butterflies thn dewy grass. Mother dear mother -Union .such news such news I A letter from O I urn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 September 1845

execution or henry a. ukeen. Tliis wretched man expiated his horrid crime, ami tlio law was viurMcaled by his death on the gallows, at 4 o'clock jcslorday afternoon at the jillinllio city nf Troy. The irioncr was loil upon I lie scaffold a few moments previous to I ho execution by Inn nf the SherifTs deputies, anil appeared to be engaged ns ho ascended and tin. til the fatal moment arrived, In silent prayer. Ho was cry pile, and appeared tu have suffer, ed much, bill seemed to be resigned to his fate. A prayer was nlKirod by the Rev. Mr. flaldwin, a Itiptist clergyniin of Troy, who attended the prisoner in Ins last innmunts, and (Jrcen, In an audible and somen h it composed tono of voice, Invoked mercy fur his soul. Ho then submitted himself to the Sheriff, tho rope was adjusted, and as the hour of 1 arrived, the drop fell. His death ensued almost immediately, and with but a slight struggle. It is stated that tho condemned made a full confession of his guilt, and acknowledged the ju...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 September 1845

LADIES' FAIR. Tho Ladies' Aid Society of I ha Methodist Episcopal Church in (his village, will holo their annual Fair at tho Court House, on Wednes day, the 24th Inst, through the day and evening. They will offer a varioly of useful, fancy, and ori.amcntal articles for sale, together with re freshments of various hinds, suited to the sea ton. All are, respectfully Invited to givo them a call. N. D, A dinner table will ho furnished with the choicest tho market affords. Tickets of admission 12 1-2 cents, redeemed in articles at the Tables. IS. M. I. LinrtAnr Notice. Persons having books which have been kept oicr tho regular time, are notified that they must be returned. They should bo read and parsed round to tho next man. Keep llicin agoing. Arthur's Domestic Novels and James's History of the Crusades have been kept beyond all reason, and many others quite ton long for the good of tho library. "A word to the wise," Ste. D. K. IMNGBOtlN, Librarian. COMMERCIAL. IlKir.Itl'ON MAItKKT, Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 September 1845

New Fork Adv'ts. CLAIM' & KENT, Wholesale Dealer-. In Domestic and iMrrniTi-ns or ronmorj staples dkygoods, Noj. Si Cedar Stiikct, nnd I -23 IIiioaiivvat, NEW YORK. CP T- HAVING now permanently lo , (X LY. cited lliem-clvc .nbove,l eg lo rail ilm attention of I'ujcr- in llu vicinity, (pnrticu l.irlv ih o mli.ci-l to a sluing home competition) to llii'tr htm k 1 1 I'oruliii amt II mitotic Staple Dry Goods. Their nli! will lo rim hrtil upon n cali bnsi, llii-ir price always unil'urii nnJ llioir icprcsenlatioiis candid. , , , 1'oiug a largo trade with llio retailor ol New Yoik, an 1 its immediate neighborhood, their stock i nece-smly Urge and euniplclo at ulHea-ou ol Iho i'o'r thi- ren-oii liny ro-peclliilly as'.- vo ir orders p'elt-'illg lliem-clvc 10 cxcttlic incui in such ni ner a will inpiie onnlitcncn nnd induce a repetition, lie-pci-tfi.llv, 3 j. CI.APP & K I .NT. T MF. Si l' lilt GUM) V, Commi'sion I'roilucc I JI.Tclnnl, 31 Water Slrcct. Lil cral cash advan CC9 tiimlo on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 September 1845

NOT TUB GLOAT OF 0 JD S A U O T I H I WBLFABS OF BOMB BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1845. VOL. XIX No. 17. SONG OP TUB MODERN TIME. By ELIZA COOK. Oh I how the world lias altered rince some fifty years go, When boots ind shoes woulJ really serve lo keep out rain and snow t But double-roles and broadcloth oh ! dear me, how very low To talk of auch old-fashioned things, when every one must know 'That we are well-bred gentlefolks, all of the modern lime. W all meet now at midnight hour, and form "a glit tering throng," Where lovely angcla walk quadrilles, and n'er do L'Ete wrong, Where Eastern scents, alt fresh and sweet from "Rowland's," float along, And the name of a good old country-dance would sound like Chinese gong, In the ears of well-bred gentlefolks, all of the modern time. Young ladies now, of ssge sixteen, must give their friends "a route," And teach the cook and housemsid how to "hand the things about;" And they pull Ma'a bedstead down, and hurr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 September 1845

ft 9 QRGKN'S CONFESSION AND TIUAL. CoiRtcnotts The confession or Henry O. Green, as was announced by the lie. Mr. Van Kleeck, at the lime of the execution, was made tn the Krv, Mr. llsldwin nl himself. It was said by tho reverend gentleman fit ft named, that Oreea made lliin confu sion "fully, freely and frankly." In regard to this matter, the public very naturally, as well as properly, feel an intense mierot In this confess on, Orecn not only acknowledges his cruill, and the Justice of the sentence he has suffered, hut he'divulacs mait.'rs (if thrillins interest, which have .lot yet appeared before the pnbhc eye. He ncknnwlcdgps tho motive which prompted hioi to rwntnii the act. He states the cir cumstances which first led him to the thought of murder. Here we would stato that the conjectures that are generally formed upon this point are wrong. They hive already harrowed up the feelings of one entirely innocent, whoso note, eillier prior or stibsc qicnl to his marriage, accniding t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 September 1845

QUERNS COUNTY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. AT" Special Meeting of the (Iuekns Copntt .r. lIoRTicutTCBAL Society, heM on the 16th dav of Septin!r, 1845. Samuel Willstt, Esq., in tho Chair. The followirlg Preamble and Resolution were dopted. Whereat, Printed chects, purporting 1o he the " Flti9ltinr Journal." nd to contain reports of hxhi bitions of Fruits, Plowcls, &e., at meeting! or this Society, having lately been issued, the Society deems it epcdient to pronounce such reports both unofficial and false. Therefore . Resolved, That the conduct of William It. Prince, fat procurinir the airnu to bo published, Is highly cm' titrable, and that if repented by him, or practiced by iny other member, the Society will confer it just cause for such memUVs expulsion. On mniion, the foreeiinst preamble and resolution, were, ordered to If! published. . SAMUKL WILT.F.TT, Chairman. A. O. SiLtiMAH, llec. Sec. Queent Co. lorlicul tural Society. lGtvl To Kent. TENKMKNT on New Street .n Wauled. a. owirt...

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