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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 9 March 1848

4 VERJMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 9, 1818. toatcljlhcm & State journal. K. 1. WAIffON, Jir., IlMTOlt. Tliiusiluy, iriai'cli nlStH. FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN McXJGAN, OF OHIO. ELECTION MARCH 29, 1848. For Council of Censors, CHARLES K. WILLIAMS, JOHN. N. POM BUOY, WILLIAM HHBARD, PETER STARR. SALMON F. DUTTON, DAVID CRAWFORD, IRA II. ALLEN, JAMES HELL, HENRY F.JANES, HENRY STOWELL, JOHN DEWEY, AUGUSTUS HURT, KEYES P. COOL. SPEECH OF MR. STEWART, 01' PENNSYLVANIA, lit reply lo Secretary Walker on the Tariff, CONTINUED. The Comparative effects of High and Low Tariffs on Exports ami Imports Ualance of Trade, $c. The Secretary lioro affirms that the balance of trada is always in our favor under a low tariff; that our exports exceed our imports, and tliat the exports of brcadstuffs and provisions arc espc cially increased. Now. I say, that, deducting tho imports during the Ion years of high tariffs, solected by the Secretary lor comparison, from the imports during the ten yenrs...

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. — 9 March 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 0, 1848. A dolinto sprang up upon the delay In tho pub. lie printing, Messrs. Aslimun, Wontwortli, ami i'nll'roy complaining of tho delay In dolnpj tlio work." .Messrs, Hunt and Conger defended tho public printers, Tho bill constituting a board of oxnmlners of 1'ntcnts. was passed. The ilnusc resolved itself into Committee of tho U hole, and took up tho Deficiency Dill. Mr. Thompson, of Indiana, replied to Mr. Mc Lean in an earnest nnd eloquent manner, tltirinr; which ho was often interrupted by that gontlo man. Mr. Truman Smith, of Connecticut, followed nftalnst tho Administration policy, nnd denounc ed tho Trcuty. Mr. Levin, ofi'a., next enolio from tho Clerk's dealt, ngainst tho item mauinj' appropriation for tho Commission to itomc, and denounced tho Popo vehemently. Mr. Strong, ol I'u., got tho floor, and tho Uommillco rose. Adjourned. Nothing imporltnt on Friday and Saturday. Jtfctus of tlje lUcck. Kentucky. Tho Frankfort Commonwealt...

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. — 9 March 1848

u VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 9, 1848. WASHINGTON COi AGmCUIrUIMI- SOCIETY. THIRD ANNUAL SHOW 3t FAIR, 1040, To ho held nt Montpclicr, Thursday, Sepf. 31st. President, KOWEItICK ItlCIIAltUSON, Wuitsflcltl. Vice Presidents, NATS!' I, EATON, Calais. HENRY NETT, IUoiitlc-Iler. Secretary, J. IV. HOWES, Monlpeller. Treasurer, lA'MAN KHIGGS, nionliiclicr. Managers, JESSE SCOT'l', Bnrro, HARVEY ALLEN, Berlin, JOHN ROBINSON, Cnliiis, It A A RMS, Duxbiiry, J. C. GRIGGS, Fiiysinn, JEREMIAH CARLTON, M.irslifiel.l, AVM. CLARK, Middlesex, CHAS. CLARK, Wontpclicr, L. J. HILL, Morctnwn, G. B. PIERCE, Norilificlil, JUSTUS KINNEY, Pluit.fidd, T. R. SHAW, Rnxbnry, N. G. JOSLYN, Wnilslielil, G. W. DILLINGHAM, Wmerbury, ABNER TOWN, Woodbury, JONAS ABBOTT, Worcester, F. A. WRIGHT, Wurrcn. Executive Committee. RODERICK RICHARDSON, Wmlsficld, LYMAN BRIGGS, Montpulier, J. W. HOWES, " AWARDING COMMITTEES. O.n Field Cnors. Jacob Scott, Uarro ; IJortico Ilollistcr, Marsh field; Samuel Duhli, N...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 March 1848

.. .. . - : . .. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1848. VOL. XLII, NO. 18. WHOLE NO. 2161. iU atcljmcm &.0tatc -Sfournal. runusiinn r.vr.nv tiiuusday morninc THRUS 8150 cash In advanco) $300 If paymontla nol mado Inadviincoj Intoiott alwoyacharjcufrom tlioonJof tlio joar. IPoctri). THE FOUR QUESTIONS. When a Wile of ilitcen jell alglit of a briu, Eho icarceljr can peep through tlio tlleki of her fan Ilnr heart atl a i1ittor,lior chocki all n clow, Slio tremblingly slmperi out " Who li tho man 7" Swtol twenty hat brought her to yoara of dlicrellon J Bho ulu.hoa no longor, but alto n her plan J Bho ihlnki oflho pocket, tho place, the ptofoiilon, An j looka round tho circle with " What li tho man!" At thirty, each day that iho looki In tho mirror, She icca that lomo leaf In tho toie hai grown yan ; St ei the circle of lover, ffrow thin and In tenor,; Bhednna Iho dccelvor. with " Which la the man I" At forty, ihe char-gal her tune, grow romantic, Flndi It ...

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. — 16 March 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN fcrSTATE JOURNAL, MARCH 10, 1848. expenditures of llio current voar aro catimntml m iiiiy fix minions oi dollars, exclusive ol pay ments on account of (ho public debt 5 but, us I have nlrcady remarked, tho Secretary Informed 13 nt tho commencement of tho session that an . A .. . !. Mt a. . additional appropriation ol ton millions was no ccssnry to cover tho oxnenscs frr tho venr. A question then arisos whether theso ten millions aro included in tho fifty six millions. It has cost me much croublo to ascertain it, but It is not. Of courso this additional expenditure must bo addod to the Secretary's estimate ot fho deficiency. nui, sir, ici us looKO. mile lartner inio una. Tho wholo estimatod expenditure for tho cur rent year, as given 'in tho annual report -of the Secretary nt the last session of Congress, (Do. comber, 1810,) was forty-five millions of dollars. Tho actual oxpendituro for tho same year, as now ascertained by him, (sco his aunual report 10 mis uongnn, i...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 March 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 16, 1848. vidlnrr for tlio civil and diplomatic nnnronriallons for tho ensuing fiscal year, which on motion was referred to the Committco of tho tvltolo llouso on tho Htato of tho Union. Mr. Smith, of Illinois asked loavo to Intro duce a joint resolution, to give certificates of service to all engaged in tnc war witu Mexico. Objections being urged, it was then passed over. Mr. Jacob Thompson moved an omondmcnt, nroviuintr for tho crant of botintv lands to thoso who served in the war with Great Britain, in TYrtn Wirt A ll mll9(1atl rC llltnnts mM.A.1 AIWII. II .... ..IVIIUIUJIII v, SIIIIIWIO. to tmiotid it, by giving bounty lands to tho fami lies of soldiers who died bcloro reaching the seat of war. Mr. Haskell, of Tennessee, proposed a sub- miiuiu mm promotion uo considered us mi nun orablo discharge, nnd entitled officers to bounty lands. Also, if they died boforo they reached tho seat of war, that their heirs Bliould reccivo bounty lands...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 16 March 1848

VERMONT WATCIIMA& STATE JOURNAL?, MARCH 1G, 1818. QtgricultuKal. ORANGE CO. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Tho following nro the premiums, n warded for field crops, 1847 : " ' Wheat. 1. Ira Kiddor,Brnintrco,S7 1-2 b. pern. 2. Horry Halo, Chelsea, 24 G-G do. 3. L. W. Cooloy, Wash. 1825qts. do. Coiin. 1 . A. H. Gilmoro, Fnirlec, 85 8 qts. do. 2. Jona. Emerson, Thclford, 80 do. 3. N. yVhentloy, Brookf'ld, 77 21q.do. Potatoes. 1. J. E. Dodc6, Tunbridce, 150 buslils. good potatoes on. .3-4 aero of sward land, with no manure except a largo spoonful of plaster put on tho hill the dav of hociniri hoed onco: 1-4 acre tho year before put to potatoes was manured at the rate of 15 loads to tho acre for another crop yield only 30 bushels of rather poor potatoes. GiiAsi and Oats. 1. E. C. Rcdinglon, Chelsea, cut on the 5th and Gth of July 3 tons 377 lbs. grass from one acre. Oats, 32 2-3 bush. from ono acre. OFFICERS, 1848. President, 1 1 Alt It V HAIiK, Cliclson. Vice Presidents, Frederick smith, stv...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 March 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELII3K, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1848. VOL. XLTI, NO. 19. WHOLE NO. 21G2. lllntcljmmi 0tatc journal. I'UtlMSIIUD EVUUY TIIUnSDAY MORNING. TERMS .ftlSO caili In ndvuncej SSOfl If payment If not in 1 Jo inailvancoj liitereit olwuyi charged fiom iho end of tho j oar. CUPID AND PSYCHE. With check bcJewM wild drops of pearl, Sud Tiydio fought llio grove, Wl.cro Jio Iter troisci wn to curl Will 'iiiri'iicnco and loc. Sweet Modeity, a rural maid, O'trtook the weeping fair Aik'd why In loose Attire the itray'd And nit) difluicd lior liatr f " I Cupid eek n'cr Mil in I dell J IVorn jta iho Ood t Med J And, wliBtf the eaune I Vnnet tell, Ik- ihuns tl.o nu.ti il ted.' 11 Dry tip thy tears, and ceato to mourn," Returned the tylvan chnite, ' Accept of mo tliis mngic 7ono, And bind It round thy walit." " Tie up thy locks, thy dreif Imprnvo. And noon thi change thm'lt neet Tcyclio ihali cemo to follow Lovo, And Love shall follow llicc." The zono about her unlit itho tlc...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 March 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MA11CII 23, 1848. otherwise, ft would ill become me, on this floor mm on 'una occasion, to advanco so gravo n charee in tho faco of tlio rencatod nrotestations of tho Executive, however strongly the forco of circumstances may indicalo its truth, liui i uo ay that, If such was tho object, it Is littlo short of treason to tho American pconto to pursun it thus by stealth, until the ovil oi throwing upon our hands an empire, peopled by a raco of dif ferent origin, different language, customs, and opinion, both political and religious, to Uo gov crncd as a dependant province- or admitted as in congruous material into our political union, be comes inevitable and thus to nlaco us in a no sition where, however strongly wo may disapprove this policy and deprccato such a union, wo have no alternative dui acquiescncc. Sir, tho questions growing out of this unfortu nate war are too grave to bo left to tho Execu tive discretion its results, involving as they...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 March 1848

nr. i ... VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 23, 1848. Monday, March 13. Home. Mr. Klnir. of Georgia, offcreil a roso mmn in n snnn.qG Willi tno ucskb nt inn mcm crs. which wna mill uii uiu tuuiu. Air. Klincerlnnu piicrcil a resolution to sell t ... 1- f!A.. . .. . . ... 1 III.' IIIIUIIU 1UIIUE) UL 1IILV .VIILEI UUI Ullll III I1ULI11U I " 1 l' . .1 ..! Mr. Murphy presented a memorial from Brook ir,i . IM . Y. innl tun ftliltllp Intnl. t,n mm n trrtrt In mum Hi!iinrH. nil. .luuiiauii, ui . uiiuuaouu, uuui uu I uauiunuiia pclnrnlnrv llint. fnnnnrfl nml mnrMi.micfl ollfrllt mi ,,,, tltn tnliln lit, n ia(a .i k7 In TIM Mr. Jncob Thompson oflurcd a resolution that for a term of years, instead of lifo time laid on Tuesday marcn 14. Senate Mr. Drccse. from tlio Committee on uujiu uuuua. ruuuriuu u uui iui itiu luuuuiiuu .. 1 1 . . . i . t : .. .. r . I. - n . . 1. 1 t mil m mr iinimii fMim-N. m r-i t,. f a 1 1..1,.., r.nM rnM,.iiiAn 1,11. VllUlllO W 4k lllk.1 IUH, UUlll UIU VJUlll...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 23 March 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 23, 1848. 2lcriculturaL LARGE ANIMALS. Wc dislike very lnrgo nnimnls. The nrirMtiirn mnv nil be in liivor of rot size, but iho facts riro nil the other wny. Lnrno horses are moro liable to stiinilile nnil to be Inmo than those of middle size. Thcv nro clumsy nnd cannot fill themselves so quick. Overgrown animals of all descriptions nrc less hardy than those ol smaller size. If theory is to be resorted to in order to dele nnini! such questions, wo suggest to llio lovers of overgrown nnimnls the fol lowing! The largest of any class are nn unnntural growth, inoy nave risen above the usual mark, nnd it costs more to keep them in thnt position, ihnn it unntrl worn llmv llioro Oil U level With their sonnies. " Follow nature," is a rule not to be forgotten by farmers. Large men arc not the best for business. l.nrco cows nrc not the best for milk. Large oxen are not the best for travelling. Large hogs nre not the hogs that fatten best, nnd large h...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 March 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. VOL. XLII, NO. 20.WJIOLE.NO. 2i63. il)akl)mnn & 0tatc Journal. rtnM8iim uvury tiiuiisday morning. THUMB $ I 50 easli In nJvnnco 200 If nnyment l not inido la idranccj intcrcit uliviiy chnrgedfrom tho end of Prom iho Union Mngarltie for March. THE OLD CHAPEL BELL: A II ALLAH. UV JOHN O. SAXI5, AUTHOR OY " PIKKinKH," A lATIftC, tTC, WitMn a f liurch yardV acred ground, Whofo furling ttiMcti tell, When) Uiry who lul!t tho village church Ii r-olnnn (Hence dnl, lldlf-liidden In tho carlli, there lie An nnclcnt ClmpcMJcll. limit en, decayed find rotercl nVr With mouldering I envoi unJ rust j Iti ery nuino nnd dulii conccnled neneaih a emkering crust ) 1'orgolten liko It curly friend , Wlioilctpln neighboring dujt. Vet wni it onee n trimly licit, Of n.oit nonoroiii lunjj, Anil lunuy a Joyous uedding cul, And many n Knell liftd rung, Eio time had cra( kd lta bruaon sides, And tiiotte Its iron tongue. And ninny a. j oiitliful heart hod danced In merry c'lrUlma...

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. — 30 March 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 30, 1848. Tho following varieties of summer anil autumn hpples arc highly recommended as best adopted to Now England duTture : Summer Fruit. Early Harvest, Early Sweet Bough, Williams, Early Strawberry, Benoni, Hod Astraclian. Fall Fruit. Porter, Pumpkin Sweeting, Mex ico, Gravonstein, Fall Pippin, Lyscom; Late Fallnnd Early Winter. Maiden's Blush, Lcland's Pippin, Pommo do Niego or Pamouse, Hubbardston Nonesuch, Dutch Migonnc, Moth or. Winter fruit. Wo had Intended to glvo a description list of winter apples, to correspond with thoso wo have given of other kinds, but must omit it for tho present. In tho moan timo io annex a list of tlio best kinds. They are tho R. I. Greening, Baldwin, Roxbury Kussctt, Nonesuch, Golden Russctt, Black Gilliflowor, Peck's Pleasant, Ladies Sweeting, Danvors Win ter Sweet, Loicester Sweeting, Whlto Seek no rurthcr, Yellow Belle Flour, Jolinalhan, Jowctts Bed, Wine Apple. Tho Nowton Pippins, green and yellow, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 30 March 1848

-4P VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 30, 1848. atcst .News. REVOLUTION COMPLETE! KIOTS IN THE mUTISIl CITIES. Louis I'ltfUppo in England. 1tvlntlouury )'iiittnis in ava via iiml itiissiii. Tho mails Iqir in tlio mud; o Binglo copy of Iho Uoston itf nil was brought to town in advancu by Cheney & Co'o Express, Wo givo tho sub ptanoo of tho nows, Tho Crdodonia has arrived at Boston, briny inn Liverpool papoM to tho 1 1th inst. M ho revolution lias pprontl throughout Franco, ii hub uoparimonts linving joined tho Kcpubli: Louis Phillipo, with tho uyal family nnd Gui y.ot, lins nrrivod safolv in Encland. 1 hero have been riots in London, Glnseotv, H"i'i"uif4ii aim luniicuusior. No breach of poaco in Ireland. MORE PARTICULARS. MoNTi'Ei.ir.n, March 21). 2 1-1 n. m. Tho Burlington mail is in, bringing us this morning's Sontinel with a telegraphic despatch from JSctv Vor nt half past !3 yesterday as fol lows ) FKANCi:. t New Yonu, March 28. The revolution has spread throughout ...

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. — 30 March 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MARCH 30, 1848. ittccfycmtto. How to Whiten Linen. Fruit slnins, Irdti n.ould and other spots may be removed by applying to lho part, previously .washed clcnn, a weak solution of the cholorido oflimu or of soda, oxnllc rteid, or salts of lemon, in Warm water, and it often may be done by merely using a little lemon juice. Tlio part which contained the Stain or spot, should shortly after bo thoroughly rinsed in clear warm water (without soap) and immediately dried in die sun Lmcrt that has acquired a yellow or dingy color by careless washing, may he restored to its former whiteness by wor king it well in water to which some strained solution of choloiidc of lime or of soda is added, observing to well rinse it in clean water, both before and aficr the immersion in the bleaching liquor JVovor attempt to bleach unwashed Im en, nnd avoid using the liquor too strong, for ill that case the fabric will be tender ed rotten. American Agricuhuriit. A New Fa...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 April 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, APRIL G, 1848. VOL. XLII, NO. 21. WHOLE NO. 2104. to atcljman & State Soitrnal. rum.isiu.D uvi.iiy Thursday mokninu. TERMS St 50 cash In mlvniicej $-J0fl If rmyment li not made Inailvitiicc) Interest nlwnyicliorgpdrtom llio end of tho year. 3nctvi). Vor llio U'atehninn & Journal. TO-DAY. Old father Time, long since grown old, With scanty lockt and wrinkled trow, Leaned our liit voik Ms look v ell told That he, ai all beforo him, now Jliul bow. A youth with lively putse, nnd ojo Thai warn In happy thought, came near, And wondering, asked tho old man why Ho nluod thut pemhp, lonely hero And drear. From out tha old man' hollow breast A deep rr on n roue then quick away Upon Mi coiirie ho rouit not rost t Fnr oft a low toico seemed to my To-day ! Thii bright outh, utter many n year, Again the old man tolling met Th ni jciterdsiy he heard with four Th 030 ndjio words he could not yet l'orgot. Who art thou, tliui myttprioui, ind, T...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 April 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL (J, 1848. upon tlio other routes which had been travelled, its character ovcrv where between tlio two riv ers, is pretty much" tlio same. Wo learned that tliu routes pursued by General Taylor, south of ours, was through h country similar to that thro' which wo passed'! as also was that travelled by Gen. Wool from San Antonio to Presidio, on tlio Ilio Grande. From what wo both saw and heard, the whole command came to tho conclusion which I have already expressed that it was worth nothing. I havo no hesitation in saying, that I would not hnzard tho iilb oC one valuable and useful man for every loot of land between San Patricio and tlio valley of tho Ilio Grande. The country is not now and can never bo of tlio slightnt value." Ho has been thoro lately. Ho is a competent ulienrL-nr. t In is contradicted bv liobodv. And bo far as thai country is concerned, I take It for granted that it is not worth a dollar. Now of New Mexico what of that? Fort...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 April 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL G, 1848. -X 13 octcm & 3tfcio 2 otk Notices. INDIA RU 13 15E IlT SV Alt E IIOUSE, No. IS Itlooiuflclit Street, Itoslon. IpVEUV description of Vulcnnlzctl taiim liln.tlc J (KIUDS, wnnanted unllcclcd by ellmato. fur silo at manufacturer's prices. JAMES TIl.TO.V. Iloqton, Affll, 1913, 0t:3icc. SCHOOL BOOK & STA TIONERY DEPOT. riMin attention orCOUtNTnYMnilCIIANTSandllUOK 1 SEI.LEIlSIs Invited to nurealensl.p Hock of SCHOOL JtOOKH, embracing; Ihoio moil in ttso In tho various dcpatlmonls ot learning. . Wo publish KUMI'.Mj AND UOLDSIIIJIIY'H SEMES OP KEAIHNO HOOKS, now used with much satisfaction In morn titan 350 tow ni. Wo ltavo also n constant supt.1y of Taper, Wank Account lloi.ki, Wrlllnj and D.nwlni llooln, (loll anil Fleet Pons, Qullli, Ink, Slates, Waters, Drawing Mitorlal'i 1 uncy Aill- dee, etc. . In nddillon to tlio above, wo bnvo wotl Seloclcd stock or SlN'OlNs. HOOKS THEOLOGICAL and MIS CBLLANEOUS WORKS; A nit a complete ai...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 6 April 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL G, 1848. Slgricultutal. . . Tin Vats for Cheese. A correspondent of tho Prairio For mer describes the tin vats which nro used bv the Herkimer cheeso makers in this State with so much success as fol lows : One for a dairy of 30 cows is 2 1-2 ft.' wide, 6 ft. long and 19 inches deep ; set inside a wooden vat, so as to leave a space of 2 inches between them, that tho tin vat may bo surrounded with water. Tho night tnilk is strained into the tin vat, which, surrounded with cold water, is kept till morning. After the morning milk is added, tho water is heated by n steam pipe to about 84 dc degrccs by the thermometer. Itcnnet is applied, and the resulting curd sculd ed tho same way, at 104 degrees. The whey is then drawn by a plug. Ono farmer, who has 70 cows, finds it about as easy to mako cheese from them, (weighing one hundred and fifty to two hundred and twenty pounds,) as from a dozen cows by tho old process. Albany Cultivator- Proper Time ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 April 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEU, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1848. VOL. XLII, NO. 22. WHOLE NO. 2165. tUntcljmnn & State journal. rtMiMsur.u nvnitv tiiuiihiay mounino. TRRM8 9130 ennh In nilvaneoi $4 00 If payment Ii not mado Initivttneo) iiueretl BivvnyicimrjjeuNi torn tlio end f tiie year. pocti'ij. THE PLAYTHINGS. CHtM). Oli, mother, here'a the very lop I'll tt l.rother u.eil lo pln i The vrii w itli .'C(li I'vn eeen litm drop To call our rohin in ; Tlio line dial tioM ht. pretty kite, III. how, hie pup nn-l hall, I no -ima nu which no imncii lo vrnc, The leather, cap and nil. MOTHER. .My dear, IMpulllio Uilnc. away, Jnit wheie they wcio before j Go, Ann. lute tiliti oui lo play, Ami .hut Hie cloel duor. Swei t Innoi cnt ! lie little thitiki Tlie .I'frhtr.t thuu-ht exprot.eil Of li'm thai', gone, liow deep it alnla U ithin amotti r' lirca.t. iUiscdlnncous. Pro in the Columbian Mngnzino lor April. A. T. BLOSSOM. SKETCHED FROM NATURE. UT MKI C. It, ni'TLLtl. Mn. Alexis Timothy B...

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