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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 November 1848

GsTTho .Icelino in tho miIuo of lUilroail Blocks lias been much loss In tills country than in England; but it will be teen by tlio lollow ing cointurtitita prices or those, usually n.U In lloston inuikct, that tho average depreciation during tho pail jear amounts to at least 14 ir cent. Should the present times continue, a lur tner Ucclme mil probably take place. Cvmparatiec Prices nf Itailroad Start). Nor. 1, 1817. Nor. 1, IMS. Boiton and I,ov.e H 1 to Boston and Maine 110 Boston and Providenco 103 Boston and Worcester 1)1 108 109; 80 100: 67 Cheshire (unflulshcdl 92 Concord (10 per cent, stock) 0.1 par 1 50 58 97 101! Ss 110) "17 31 M 9 ask'd 16 42 5ul 98, Connecticut Hirer 101 l.utern 1101 ITall Hlvcr 91 Fitchbnrg 1251 Northern IS. II.) 10Jl Norwich and Worcester 40, Old Colonv 100, lV.ru- Saco and Porllaud 100 Heading 27 Vi. and Mass. (unfinished) 70 Vl. Ccntril do. . S3 Western 113 Some of the above prices are nominal, and sales could hardly bo made of any quantity without re d...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 November 1848

iWIMKi , 1 lit To the Sous of 'fcraprrancc. ' pr t'Axnr ORtiitn. On, brothers, on I though the night be gone, And the morning glory broking Though your lolls bo West, ye may not rest. For danger sever waking. Vn tint n .nrnul vnur fall. V6 hare brSVCi tbe Ana a cnim o er me sea is i-r,-...t, , ut I know by the sky that dangers nigh There's yet no time for sleeping I But Still dingy walls rune midnight brawls) Up from the Tle I wreathing A fatal clood, the soul to shroud. Wile roan In poison's breathing. Still rlco U seen In glittering heen, - In the mby bubble laughing I But Deaih his ihrlne hai reared In wine, And the young blood he Is quaffing. When the bcaker'i brim with ruit ll dim, Become no lip will press 111 When the worm ti dead, which erer red On tho heart that dared caren It; When the gay false light of the eyes 10 bright Be too true for thought to smother ; When the art he lost, and the demon toned, And man tempt not his brother Then, peaceful and hleit, fiom toil ye may ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 December 1848

BRATTLE MORO, FUIDAYDECJEMBER 1, 1848 KUMBER 15. VOLUME XV BUSINESS CARDS. JXO. IHJItlYIIAM at SOW, Units rounder, AXD MANUFACTURERS Or - Copper rumps. G BO It G 12 HOWE, 4J..VUS u.SU wwiww w .., llRATILEBOXO, VT. itr. It. wilt allcml to the collection of claims snd Ilia management of suits in the several Court! in Cheshire County, N. II. 51 1 mm- w . r- my- w sri s-s IT . srs- ENGRAVER of ir.u 1. .u Vintra I r rTtl itlnOI. Mill. IU'SIXEIS AND VlSlTINO CAHD, fitCn tC. OiYe, Jam Strett, cjntite Chicojxe Banl; Ii . G . M E A D , rBJLCTiciyo ix the cocms OP i'V7?irtV7 jv XEW HAMPSHIRE. CommWMoncrappoin.ed to take proof mlmkuowl- cilgiTicnt or ica ana oincr .nsuumt-.u, .j u rt-rs-inlt-il nr n!il In the Smto of New York. Agent for tho .Etna ami Protection Insurance Com panies, iiaruoni, conn. niaunuK .m.a v. property on the most reasonable, terms. SI IIENIIY CL.AKK, total or Windiuh Coi-kit SlOv(tuUuvaJ. ( Muical Fire IinmsCE CosirAxr. DraltUlon, 11. P. SWJIO.XBS, MAXtfACtURERAXD DEALER ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 December 1848

fair when I reach America. I havo a great many more account! of my explo.ta aince 1 caruo to Stafford, but must defer sending them until next time. I bog you will write me, for now, fince a correspondence la opened, I shall be able to tell you something about England. I know It well. I hare dined with Earls, and from that down down down to where the kntves, forks, and plates are chained to the table for fear they should be stolen. I am. my dear Sir, your obe dient errant, J. Remington. LAWS OF VERMONT. AN ACT In amendment of an act relating to the Militia. It is Hereby enacted by tit General Assembly of lt State of Vermont, as fotloics I Sec. 1. The two hundred and fortieth lec tion of an act entitled "an act In relation to the militia," approved, November 14, 1812, shall be to amended as to read as follows i Each member of a company of uniform militia, who stall bo returned uniformed and equipped, to tho town clerk, shall draw from tho Treasury of this Stats the sum of two dollars,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 December 1848

POMTKNEftS IN THIS SCHOOL KoOM. On a visit to ono of iho Primary Schools In Itoxbury tho other dav, we had tlio pleaiura of toeing llio school dismissed In a manner which must hare an excellent influence on I ho Libit and cbarao tor of thorn children during their whole live. Tho practice of true politeness can 'no vrhcro else be inculcated so cliectiially as In tho school. Tills is the teacher's Archimcdtan lcrcr, by which ho can rcino. o tho stubbornness and way wardness of thoso passions which lead children constantly ostrar. In the school wo refer to, when all wero ready to bo dismissed a row of scholars roso in their teats and simultaneous bade their teacher good morning. Tho teaclicr responded In a mild, pleasant manner, and then one after another started to 0 home. Kach row of scholars was dismissed in a similar manner. This does away with tho difficulty of bidding each scholar separately, good morning, or good evening, which becomes tedious, and sometimes cry awkward and form...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 December 1848

A Call lo Thanksgiving. ADDRESSED TO NEW-ENGLANDERS Come home to Tiiakkkhtiho I dear children, coree iiomi From the North and the South, from the West and the Last ) Where'er ye are resting, wherever ye roam, Come hack to this sacred and annual feast. What thoueh the wild wind of December doth roar, Lite a trumpet-blast, lond o'er the country so urcar. And the cold rain of autnmn unceasingly rur, In this cloudiest, gloomiest month of the year! ttr. t,.t mai k,r it. nrfih fires bumln? brlcht On the ample old hearths where ye sported of Ye wllfknow the glad faces rerealed hy their light, And fond hearts will welcome you, e'en at the door. Vonr Father ir here, and your Mother, whose love, Though Homely ami plain, is more precious than Aiui jour aur mug onicr, mui cjci ins a uotc, And yonr Brother, 10 tut and to sturdy tad bold. And when you shall mill from oar circle, a face Which for many a year was like light to our view, uo not rooarn tor ma apeui ior on, in ner piaco A glorified an...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 December 1848

VOLUME XV. JiRATTLE BOltOj FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1848. NUMBER 16. FALL AM) W1XTRR CAMPAIGN COMMENCED IN UEAMTY! OAK HALL ROTUNDA & 1 3& 2 Cheaper (lian Ever! Great ISiimIi of Customer. D7linrgc Snlc- mid Small l'roflu THE MOTTO I You can purchase MEN'S AND DOYS' CLOTHING, ami all kinds of FURNISHING GOODS, For about Hull' Trice, At t!iis rclebrsted Clothing Establishment, OAK HALL! ' ON, Visited by upward i of 200,000 S.rnngers, I'roni all parti of the UNITED STATES and EUROPE I LADIES, your LITTLE CHILDREN can be fitted out with their Autumn & Winter Clothing: with but little trouble and expense, by a visit to Adapted especially for the sale of etery variety of BOYS' and LITTLE CHILDREN'S C O T II I AG. ty Little Girls' Over Sacks made to Order.Tj The extent of tills Mtigiiillcriit EstnMUIi- nirilt can only be kmtcn ly a viltt to Oak lliiil Itotuniln, THE ONLY Clothing House in the United States That requires TWO EXPRESSES forthe DE LIVERY of GOODS 1 The above cuts repres...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 December 1848

m. President's Message. Felloa Citheni ef the Senate and Ilcuse of JlcprttcntatiVes I Under t!to benignant Providence of Al mighty God, Iho Representatives of the States and of llio people oro again brought together to dcliberalo for tho public good. The gratitude of llio nation to the soycr eign Arbiter of nil human events, should be commensurate vvllh'tho boundless bless iocs which we enjoy. reacc, plenty, und contentment reign throughout our borders, and our beloved country presents a aublimo moral spectacle in llie world. The troubled ami unsettled condition of some of llio principal I.uropean powers lias had a neccsiary tendency to check and em barrass trade, and to depress prices through out all commercial nations ; but notwith standing these cause", the United Stales, with their abumlent products, hare felt their effects less severely than any other country, and our great interests are still prosperous and successful. In reviewing llio great events nf (lie past vcar. and cont...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 December 1848

cents, which It is Mitred will bo ample for ilia nrdinarv noaco axDcndittlres. The operations oftlie tarilTactor 1810 havo been such during the paat veer as full; to met I Ilia nitwit: expectation, anil to confirm ine opin ion Itcrolofuro expressed of the wisdom uf.llio chaniro in our revenuo system ivliicli was ef fected by it. Tho receipts under it intu the treasury lor the nrst nscat year alter its cnnri mcnt exceeded, by the sum or (ire million fiir ly-four thousand Tour hundred end tlireo ilol lara and nine cents, the amount collected tlu rinn the laat fiacnt year under the tarilT act of 184a, ending tho thirtieth or June, 10 10. 1 no total revenue realized from the commence ment of its operation, on tho first of Decern bet, 1840, until the close of the Init quarter, on the thirtieth or September Inst, being men tv-two months. Has fifty-six million six hun tired and fifty-four thousand fivo hundred and aixtv-threo dollars and sevcntvnlne cents- being a much larger sum than was ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 December 1848

The Poor, Hod Help Thcin. PX Mill . "IBWBTf. Old winter comes with steady tread, O'er tlin fallen autumn leaves, And shrilly ho whistle, overhead, And plpcth beneath the cares. Let Mm come I we earn not, amid our mlrtu, For the driving snow or rain , For Utile we reck or the cliecrleii hearlli, Or the broken window pane. Tls a itormy night, hut our glee hU mock At tlio wind that louclk prate, As they echo the moan of the poor that linock Witt Ihclr cold hands at our te. Tho poor I we give them tho half-picked bone, And the dry rolldened bread; Ah 1 they never, Ood help them, know the pain Of tho pampered oserfed. Fill round again with cheering wine. While the lire glows warm and bright And Mng me a song, sweet heart of mine, L're you whisper tho words "good night I' Von never will dream, 'neath the covering warm Of your soft and curtained bed, Of the acanty rug and the shivertng form, I And the yawning roof o'erhead. The poor I Ood pity them in their need I We're a prayer for their ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 December 1848

ana w -t. A, lW CS. Of VOLU3IE XV. BRATTLE HOttO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1848. NUMBER 17. M, t k D. N. irn Lg In or it h or 1 1. 1 BUSINESS CARDS : JXO. JIVUWIlA.il A. SOX, nrons rounders, AUD UAKUrACTCRERS or Conner lMuiins. CLrnd PJi.etunl Hydraulic limn ,iu. iu uyvinuuu nt iQQn nouce. GUOItUI? HOWE, - Attorney and Counsellor at Law, UUATILBllOBO, V T Mr. II. will attend to the collection of claims and too management or suits In the several Court in Cheshire County, N. II. SI THOS. CHVSBUCIX, ENGRAVER of Mars, Flass, Views, Illcsxravioks, Scais, iicsiNrss and Yismso Caros, tc, Ic. Office, 3Iain Stmt, opposite Ckicopee Hank, CmS SFRINariEM), itltKS. IIUNKY CI,AHK. AasxT or Wisdiiaii Cocxit Muii'AL Fire 1 ...... . rt () HmttUUn, Vt. UASllrACTCRnn AXD DEALER IK LlDUt. G EXT LEM EX'S, MlStlV CllILDRRN't Hoots, Shoes mid Rubber, tluITt Budding, nrarly oppotitt Smith' t Stage I hut SUtoriug nnH Counselor nt ttnto, PRACTICING IS THE COURTS OP VEltttOm AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Commissioner appoin...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 December 1848

California UoM.-Imporlant Official! Report. Wo publish tlio following description of tjio Gold Region from tho pen of Col. Mason, the Military Commandant of" California, being ono of tho documents accomptn) ing tho Presidents Menace. Our readers will also ice rich report! from tho gold regions of Virginia r Headquarters lorn Military ". Monterey, California, Aug. 17, 1848. J Sin: I have tho honor to inform you that ac companied by Lieut. W. i Sherman, 3d artil lery A. A. A. General, 1 started on tho 12lh of Juno last to make a tour through tho northern part of California. My principal purpose, how ever, was to visit tho newly discovered gold "placer" la tho Valley of the Sacramento. 1 had proceeded about forty miles, when I was overtaken by an express, bringing me intclli pence of tho arrival at Monterey of tho U. S. ship Southampton, with important letters from Com. Shubriclc and Lieut. Col. Ilurton. I re turned nt once to Monterey, and dispatched what business was most important, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 December 1848

A Weddixo SroitED. A curious nllir came off list Sunday night, in the upper pnrt of the city. It appears that a clerk in an import ing liouso wits to have been married to a )onn lady, the daughter of a rcspectablo mechanic. A select party wore in attendance to witness tho nuptial ceremonies, and all woro gay and joyous, until, just as tho knot was about to be tied, the mirth was checked by the sudden entrance of n female, with a child In her arms, who rushed up to the intended bridegroom, and claimed him as the father of the child 1 For a few minutes ail was consternation. The young man denied that he had ever seen tho woman before, and said she was deranged. Tho father of the expected bride was indignant, and for a time he did not know which to oelicvo, when tho affair was end ed by tho female pulling out a daguerreolypo likeness of the nico young man, and exhibiting it to him, with the queries, sharply put" You don't know me, eh ? You did n't giro me this In Newburgh, when you sai...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 December 1848

-1 Lines on Water. litre' Water, pure drops, from tha clear diamond Which sparkles o bright at the foot of yon hill j From Nature's deep chalice, the beverage bland I'll bear to my frlemli, on the Temperance strand. Oh, Water! thy virtues I dearly do te 111 drlnV from the old mowy fount lu the grove, While o'er mc the plue boughs art waring in air Their emerald mantles, 10 verdant and fair. Bright Waterl oft Water I that gushes and gleams From Nature's glad bosom, and flprlca In streams, Ii precious In worth yea, a goodlier prite. Than jewels, gold dust, or rich Tyrlan dyci. From Nature' tool fountain! It freely doth gush, To bathe even brow, and give beauty's oft liuih) Refreshing, when weary restoring j our health Of raluo surpassing all orient wealth. Street Water 1 that chlmei to the hum of the shells, And plays with the pebbles, and murmurs, and wells, And leaps o'er the cascade, In majesty grand, Gives life to all creatures, and health to the land. The Confession. There's some...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 December 1848

M.n, M0MaJtj' VOLUME XV. BRATTLE BORO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 32. 1848. IXUMBEll 18. PUBLISHED EVEIIY 1'BIDAV 11 T RYTHBR fit PLATT. O. H. PL ATT, CDITdit. OFFICE ko. 2 vnuut'a btose bcilbiko. Teesis. To tingle subscribers, $9,00 a year. To Companies, and those who pay in advance , a liberal discount will be made. BUSINESS CARDS. J AO. IlUltI'MAi.l & SON, Brass rounders, AXD MAXUrACTCEEES Or Copper i'uiups. D7-Lcnd riiicand Hydraulic Hams put in operation at ihort notice. 7 GEOKGi: HOWU, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Bbattledoeo, Vr. Mr. H. will attend to the collection of claimi and the management of suits In the several Court! in Cbeihlre County, N. II. 91 TXXOS. CHUBBUOK, ENGRAVER of Man, rusi, Views, Illcstratio!(S, Seals, Business axd Vlsirtxa Cards, tc-, Ac. CTice, Main Strttt, opposite Chicopte Bant, tma SPHllVOriCLP, Mnss. IIENItY CLAItK, Aoext or Wikduam Cocxtt Mutual Fire IitscKAXcz Courier, (') ttrallliboro, It mamcractceeaand dealer ik Ladies, Gehtleuen'b, Misses' and Cu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 December 1848

From Oit Boston Journal of Dec. 12. Uic Colli l'cvcr. Wo publish letter from n highly respectable gentleman In Monterey, California, in r. .1... finer In lliit place. J bo writer of the Idler has been 'one n resilient of California, end hat filled nn official tlation unJcr Ihe Unileil States Gotcrnmcnt: Montem-V, California! Aug. 1, 1848. DEAn FntJu 1 Allcr perusing Ibis long let ter, and viewing Iho many Hidden and singular chango! that have taken placo in California nilhui n short tlmo, I ltopo that you w,U readily excuso mo for not writing to you before It will bo almost Impossiblo foryou tocompre hend tho disorder that now prevails liero in re- 1 now noth- imr but wliat finds ready and quick marltct. It' I til m Um tm luanlha apo $20,000 for poods, I should soon liavo been, able to remit tho liko sum ; but instead of that, I laid out all ol my ready cash ami more in tho purchasing ol lands, building of houses, &c, until I now own twenty leagues 01 lanti, one nuiiurvu nuu-u ,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 December 1848

Foreign Arrivals. The CoimJn arrived nt Now York on ThUrs ' tnornlnff of Inst week. 181 days from Liv erpool. and tho Niagara at Boston on Friday tituht. 131 ilm-a from Lit-fcritool. Thu laltur brouljt English tUtus to the 2d Inst, JjSolani. Alio general improvement in Commercial affairs continues. Money is easy in London, 1'ho imnortiof breadstuff had exceeded ex- Ipcctations, and tho supply was large. Prices Iliad declined, and a furtUr reduction was ex pected. j iho total number of cases of cholera reported In London and Mcirrity up to Nov. 25 In, was 397, of which 302 had died, and 95 had recov ered. Viscount Melbourne, for many years Prime Sinister of Kuglaud, died on the 2 1th ult. jrclanu. Iho accounts from Ireland begin to owunio the melancholy interest which they POMiHwd in 1846. Cold-Uuodud murders, law leas attacks on dwelling houses, and atrocious let ters, threatening death, ice, nro becoming the order of the day Again, in some directions while jtrmt, misery and starvat...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 December 1848

The Love of Christ. DT II. BITXRL1S M.D. Aiiv i. alt 'rs thinas nr Mor f"'1 ronqurrort, jtroitf yim toot foreu" m." Ephos, till. 37. I have within my peaceful breast, Embalmed, a gem beyond all price A (rem no fiend cn o'er molest, So cunning foes cn e'er entice. 'TIs watched by faithful sentinels, Whose boiomi swell with lore for me A sacred lore, which nerer fulls In time or In eternity. Where'er I m, where'er 1 go, This precious gem does comfort bring It Is my guide to all I do, My tope, my trust, my ercry thing. When on the sea, and giant wares Itoll o'er the ship in rage and foam, I have a hope which to me clcares, Though all around be grief and gtoora. Wrt.n nn th. Innd, mnt tttnnlra roll, And lightnings flash In blinding streaks, There is a TOlce which to my soul Sweet words of peace and comfort speaks. When daring fiends around me bow, With angel smiles, to tempt my heart, Mr friend within Informs me how To ward the storm, and act my part And when diseaso does prostrato lay ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 December 1848

tVrmout fuumi ".. , -i ( i( , i 6f VOLUME XV. KRATTLrE BORO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2f, 1848.. NUMBER 1. rUBMSlinD EVERY FRIDAY BY RYTHEIl 6l PLATT. O. II. PL, ATT, COITOIl. OFFICESO. S wltlSLER's IT01E BC1LD1X0. Tensis. To mgle subscribers, $2,00 ft year. To Companies, ami those who pay in advance, a liberal discount will be made. An Act to Incorporate the Vermont Valley IS ail road Company. PASSEI)AT TUB SESSION OF 1848. it hereby enacted ly the General Assembly athe State of Vermont, a follows t Sectio.i 1, Such penuiinFlinlI hereafter become Stock huM era of puM Cntipuny, arc cottstHutPit a body corporate, hy the iiaitio of llie Vermont Valtepr Itnil Komi Conimityt for Ihn purpose ami with tho right of conctructinp n Unit Unail with a single or double irnrk, from 1 1 it) Depot nr the Itraltkboro ami Fiti'liburg Itnil Hmul nt II rattle I turn, thenco up the Vnlh-y nf the Cuntircticui river, to n point at Htrllimw Falls convenient to connect uhh l he Hnllaml oml ftiirlingtnn Itnil Uoa.l...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 December 1848

TI.IRTI..TI. fOMBISS. WtMMMr, Dec. SO. Ill the SENATE, a resolution for the estab lishment of a lino of iiiaII stenmers between New Orleans nml Vera Crux, wn referred to tlm Nat id Committee. A message from the President nil an oxocu sc'siott closed llio doings of tlm day. In tlio HOUSE. Mr Vinlon of Oliio reported a bill for carrying into effect the thirteenth arti cle of the Mexican treaty, respecting tho ap pointment of a Commissioner ami Engineer to run a boundary lino between the two lountncs, which was read and referred to the Committee of the Whole. Mr Smith, of Indiana, reported bill proi idirig for the establishment of a gov eminent in Upper California, and ho moved to main it tho special order for a riven day. Messrs Toombs and Cobb of Georgia objected ; when the bill was read and referred to tho Com mittee of tho Whole The consideration of tho President's Message, on tho question of its reference, was resumed In Committee of the Whole. Speeches on tho Tarirr question ein ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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