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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 September 1845

New York Adv'ls. "(JLAI'P & KENT, Wholesale Dealers In Domestic AND IMPCltlTf ni OP FOnSION STAPLE DRYGOODS, Not. 8.5 CfciMH Htiii:i:t. and IIS Hiio.Mi.vAt, NEW YORK. CCr "T- HAVING nciw permanently to- iV JVs cued ihcni'clvc." n"til nc,1 eg lu call ihc n'lcntinii of bnyer in I lit vicinity, (aruVn Inrly t liti-o miIijcvi Iu n r-lrong; homo competition) to their slock (.1 Korclgtt mitl Dimicsllc Staple Hry Omit. Their sile.vvill Le. condueusl upon n cah hnsi, their prices nlway uniforii 1111 1 tlicir rcpicsentatiuii'. candid. Doing- n largo trodu with 1 lie! retailer, ol New Y01 It, and its immediate neighborhood, ihcir stock 1 necessarily large and complete nl ll season of the year. For thi reason lin y re.pectlnlly nk vnnr orders, pledging llicm-clu's li) cXottitc them in null n iniif Her at will in-piiu eonll lencc nnd induce a lcprlilion. lie-pet t full 3-lnt CLAPP & KCNT. JAMIC. S. Ii'KIIC.UMfV, Commission Produre Mcrrhant, 31 Watir Street. Ml ernl cash advan ces made n...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 October 1845

NOT THE S 1 O B I OF O S S A K OUT TUB WELFARE -Ot HOME BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1845. BY H. B. STACY. VOL. XIX No. 18. A Ktrante Story If true nhout a Leather Trunk full of Doubloons ntul Hank Bills. In 1839, n man by the name of Michael Scannell, lived In tins city. He was a car dener, and also kept a grocery and eating house, near the old Aqueduct. lie was a man of coin sideralilo enterprise, and did a very fair hml ncss. One morning, in the fa 1 nf the year 18:29, a very destitute looking man (as the story goes) came to It is house, complaining nf having been (tripped of alt his clothes bv a caii.il.lmit cap tain, and stating that ho had not a farthing with which to purthasa a meal of victuals. Scanned syinps'lnzed with the poor fellow gave him his breakfast and dinner, and procured him employ ment. He did not, however, evinco any very particular desire to goto work when work was: procured for him; but hung about the grocery, as if he had something to communicate. Du...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 October 1845

H3TOP pnnivnums Awarded by Ifiu ('lilttrnitril timidly Asrlcul ltir.il Sicletv. t the vtninal l-'.ilr. tin! len at f Bit filmed, i, ni Hie -J till ani KStli of SrptcuOcr, ISIS. On l'irm. ThotVnmittceon firms, would rospectfnlly report thai no application cnnnnir lei'iii ihe rule. In been made loiliein fur the inspection of firni, and but one nnpiicaniii iriMotii uie title, line ol your committee visited and iii'pccicl llio farm of Harry Hrndlcy, in RurliniiMiT, in Ilia month nf August list, nncJ was highly pleased wild Iho condition nnd improvements eihi'iitcd. Tin ingenious nntl spneious arrange, mauls fir llio fcedi nt of cattlo am worthy the trouble of n visit to llijvf; interested in this branch ol hus bandry, nnd nn inspection of twenty five ncrc of itcntitiiiil spring wheat, limn in llie process ni Harvest ing, 'not only furnished the evidence of good firming, bilnlso of the nliiliiy of Vermont farmer" In rem'er ui independent of other stales for ilio "staffof life." Kepcrlfii...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 October 1845

HAG All & AltTHUlt, ARK now receiving new supplies of SADDLERY, COACH AMD SltSt Hardware, in oil its virictics. Also, Vl uJl.Mu r I Mil life-1 '-.CUi-illlS, a ) PAINTS, OILS, VAR NISHES, fo Burlineton, Vt. Oct. 1, 1813. Farmers ,Remcmber, THAT L. if- C. K. LOM.ETT will pay you for your Butler, Cheese, Potatoes, drain, Sheep's Grsv Cloth, Flannel, Frocking, Feathers, Socks, nnd in fact tor every thing your firms produce, the hirheet market price in Goods at prices as low as can be found in h trungion , ib -..Corner of Main and Water Streets, October 2, 1815. IVAUBR'S AIRTIGHT COOK STOVE. "THIS Stove I o arranged a In req-ilre but til tie jl room, le-- man any oiner n.ivmir (tie -nme q't.in tity of iron. None will a irpa it lo workmaiiehfp ofcaptinfr, nml it will perform one ihirJ more work with fc" fuel than the ordinary cook in 7 niove. For Unrliiiglon, Oct. 1. 18(5. 19 13 LIAS IvYJIAN. INFORMS his customers that lio has received a lticli and Splendid assortment of jFnll .into c...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 October 1845

New York Adv'ls. VUVV & KENT, Wholesale Itcnlcr III Domestic and iMPORTms or FORCIGN STAPLE D RY GOODS, JVo. 9j Ckuah STiir.r.T. mi l U8 UnoAbWAi, NEW YORK. (1 Cr "" llAV,f now permanently In J. vX Ax. .M'cd thctu eltc nnl uyc, I ci; to call tin attention til hujcr- in lln- vicinity, (iiuriien l.irlv llni-o Mili,oa to a strong home coinpeiiliun) lo their stuck Hi Vwnt,i mill I)ntnetlc Staple Dry Oonls. Tlu'ir ilett'ili In con lu.'.t-l u ton n c.th hnst, their price alway utnfur n ami llieir representation!, rami nl. I'omir n Inrsre trade with the retailer ol New 1 oik, an I its ininicdt.ile neiuhtuu h"inl, their -toot, 1 iieicsanly large anil complete at M se.i-on of the yeir. For tlii rcn-on ihey ru-pcctlully as'; vour order-, pVlirinif lliem-i ltcs Hi cirlntc the in in Mich a mm ner a will in-pite conlidencc nu.linducc a repetition. Hc-pct-lndlc, ;i-1n CI.AI'P & KENT. TA1H4S S. l''i:Kr.l7MV, Commission I'rndure I Merchant, 31 Waler Strict. I.il tral cash advan ccs made on ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 October 1845

fSm .il' NOT TUB a L O H T OF OJBSAB BUT TBI WELFARE O T BOMB BY H. B. STACY. THINK OP MB. When the shadows of evening nround are defending. And a cilm holy quiet is ste -ling o'er thee t When summer's rich hues, with sad autumn's are blending. In most gorgeous bcaulf, O then think of me. When tha wild storm is raging in dismal commotion. Whan you are preparing for a season of glee, When your heart beata with pleasure, or swells with emotion, Should you think of the absent, think kindly of me. When the soft hand of friendship, her garlands are twining, Round the brows of beloved ones whom I may not see, When the bright flowers are blooming, the silver moon Shining, ' And alt nature smiling, O then think of me. And when from the loved ones at length you must patti When from all youth's scenes you must flee, When ihelsst pung of parting seems rending the heart, Then think for one moment of me. And when I am steeping within the lono grave, Far from my youth's home and from thcei When t...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 October 1845

f 1 .'II when Perbano F.Mekkill, Esq.. of Mnnlpolict was elected : P. P. Merrill, ltt C. O. Eastman, " Ot It. V. March, 10 Jos: Danfortb, 1 i Petition! Referred. Of Pelcr Starr anil nth. era for a renewal of the charter of the Bihk of Middlebury, to tho committee on Binks; of Artemai Dixon, to tho committee of Clalma ; nf Asa ueorge and others and C. Slilpnian and 6t lifer, to restore the enrolled militia to the name footlnjr us under thr law of 1818, to conimitteo on' military atTdira ; of E. D. Birber and 50 others, Win. L. Hawkins anil 21 other, to the committee on Education j of John Kellnn and others, to form Averv's irore and nart of Rioton into a town, to a select committee nf three ; of 1'erstllon Moore, to the General committee. SENATE. 2 o'clock p. m. Report. Of committe nn Dank, in favor of me Dill amending chap, ell oi the ueviseu stat trie. The hill was taken up and passed. Joint Resolution. By Mr. Billings, to appoint a committe nf two, on the part of the Senate, to Dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 October 1845

wise and well directed effort to promote the pub lie md trusting that we (hall all feel how much we need the wisdom that comes from above to enable ua to comprehend the true character of that good, and direct ua to the adoption of mca area best adapted to ensure its successful c comMishment. WILLIAM BLADE. Executive Chamber, October 11. 1843. f FRIDAV MORNING, OCTOBER IT, 194S. the legislature:. dogreei of crime, spntonco was suspended; they were fined, or recognized to appear when called upon. (L7"A gentleman named V. D. Panons, of Burlington, Vt., camo passenger last night in the steamboat Oregon, from Albany, and occupied stato room No. 30. During the night his wallet was stolen from his room containing 8685, consisting of 8330 in ten dollar bills on the Dank of Burlington, Vt., and tho remainder of bills on the Safely Fund banks of this State. N. Y. Eve. Pott, Saturday. A. We devote our cotumns to-day to the do ings ol this body. It will be perceived that it is a real working as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 October 1845

1 l!o touched his harp, and nations heard entranced.' On the Death of THE HON. JOSEPH STOUV. UT Mns. Mt L. aAnciNr.n. "Within tlii flight of one half rrnmry, how many of thu great, Ihc good, unci Ihc who will be gathered nere. story. Lay him down softly The wise nnd'ihe good l.ny him down genlly, Where nft he has mood. Bury him shelter him In tli' silent retreat) Where men of all ages, In solitude meet. He, who. hut yesterday, .Stood in his tin Jet They soon will be (rone Rune, the lung evening-, When love mourns nlono. Sweet spring will return, The wild llowrs uillbloom; And hrntity, nnd fragrance, Revive 'round the tomb. ! Rencnlh the dense shade Let his ashes repose, Plant 'round his urn, Spake, as he tViattd I lie myrtle and rose. Down lime" whirling lide, Windsof ihc evening, Words, that his bosom llrenlh soft o'er his bed, Veil of the traveller Light be your tread. Hem!, ye green branches, Tune sweetly your lyre, inspired.Yxpresscd ; Beautifully, fcclinglv, Thousands addrcs'd....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 October 1845

it fvtt f)w NOT TUB OLO V OF 0,2b S A U T TBI WBLFARB OF BOMB BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1845. VOL. XIX No. 21. IMPItOMPTITt " THINK OK AILV'-Carolini. Think of thee, nyc, who could forget, Or cease to rcmemter unless with rceret i Who prove so ungrateful, so falso or untrue, At fail to remember the fond, last adieu. Though oceans between us in fury may roll, Still, true to its shrine, bends in homage the soul, And pours it devotion unceasinnly true, And ne'er will forget tho fond, last adieu. Thy virtue, thine Image, thy fairy-tike form, Be the rare of a Heaven to shield from all storm Nor withering blasts, nor envy untruo Shall wash from my heart thy fondest adieu. Then a sigh for thy sorrow, a kiss for ihy care, Jfor while I've a heart, thine image is there, And while IVo a being, still fond nnd still true I'll ever remember the last, last adieu. And when by raging storms I'm driven Acrow life's troubled sea, When foaminf billows threaten death I'll ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 October 1845

ttvthe committee un roads. By Mr Lawrence, extending the charter of the Bank of Muldlcbu ry ; referred to Iho committee nn nitiks. Hy Mr Fairchild, establishing Iho foes uf trustee on examination licfoio justices of peace. By Mr Hammond, explanatory of section ill, chap, 43 of R. 3. in relation to licenses for the sate of os tites. Hy Mr Thomas In relation to the competency of witnesses all referred to judiciary committee. Uy Mr Kolloinx, nlterint limes for holding county court in Windham and llulland cn inties) leferred to select committee of five. Resolutions. By Mr Lawrence, raising a select committee of five to examino into the concerns of the Vermont Asylum for the tnsanet passed. By Mr Swift, that the Librarian be ordered to deliver to each county clerk one copy of iho laws of the II. S. now in tlic library, and copies of such acta of Con Cress at may hereafter bo received at the library I passed. By Mr Maxham, appointing 3 o'clock of Friday next for a joint ascmbly to elect a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 October 1845

' lie touched his hnrp.and nations hcord entranced.' I, 1 I' li . LV lllnAM KF.t.SBV. Oli I what is 1 fcl wiili thejnysnnd smiles (TInl brighten its opening hours) VVi'li youth's gay drennis nml enchanting wi'c9 As fresh .is the tn.irnuig 11 nvrrs) Fn'l si in the clow nf llio trii"ling heart Sh.ill yield I.) Ilii- wasting blight And Hope, like the runhmv's hues, departs Away from ourdnzz'cd eight. Oh. whit is lifis! when sttcngili and nrght Of manhood havo toiled llieir wnv Up I In mount offline in in sinrry hci'lilt Wheie brnms of honor lav? The ttalely lnrk from the I illmv'scrct Is hurled to the gulf beneath , And the falling s'nr with a da k unrest Viclds up its lo.'catc wreath. Alii tnt is life! when our jeirs nrc passed, ,And our heads are white and hoar, Hut a sunhrnm trctnb'ing in the b'a-t On n dark a 1 1 dcol Ho sh ore Or a fl uver w!io hnflets all nrc slrown From their native stem away. Without one t til to reenll the flown, Oi lighten it i wintry day. "DOING" A LANDLORD....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 October 1845

2 i rVTiIt Raiuoad fever Isjutl Wmnlnc to make head-way amonii our cltlfens o far M Mite noei 1 1 The line will soon I surveyed, when wo shall 1 now -more about It. At nro-cnt report are very contra tliclory. It is vcre.l tlitit it I extremely di.ntMil , if tiossible. for the ten rat iioan 10 run mw """ Effl more lot the road 16 run from there north. The l ncony 'ant to to V-... it ftnrllntrton fricntlj" ay gammon, and are surprised that sue., stale Huff fltould "raako Itead-way" with t.tclr -neighbor. Tho fact that Boston folk " go her their inleresu lead them," U the very reiion why they have resolved to como to Turlington, and will do it, though thero were obstacles as serious ns sonic peoplo socm to Imagine. Did our friend of the Messenger " . . rnt....A ibo Third ner- ewr eo tlio play ot - 7 formed, with the part of Richard omitted He will, when he sees the railroad haul off up in Bolton, rinS start for Canada ! As to tho Toute from heto north, wo bog to assure our St. Albans f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 October 1845

not tub a x. o h r or a jo b An bo't tbb w b z. r a n s OF ROMS BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1845. VOL. XIX No. 23. CURIOUS PIECES OF MECHANISM, The automaton chess-player, exhibited in this' country by Maoltcl, was probably tho most ingenious piece of mechanism with which our countrymen wero ever fumiliar.' liut specimens or mechanism have uocn ex hibited in Europe in years gono by, which Were far more wonderful than the automaton chess-player. Tho French have always been celebrated for their contrivance and ingenuity in these matters, which rcquiro much patience and calculation, as well as (Kill. We are told that M. Camus mado a toy lor the amusomcnt ot Louis Al V. when a child, which must havo been a great curiosi ty in its way. It consisted of a small coach, which was drawn by two horses, and which contained tho figure of a lady within, with a footman and page behind. When this machino was placed at tho ex tremity of a table of tho proper sizo, the c...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 October 1845

nJ referred lo tho rommlliee on FJucation. Of V. M. Giiswold nml 181 others of Wcathorsfleld i re ferred lo the commillro on Kdueation, Of Mnlhnniil Fullerion and others, praj-inu for thorxtensinn of tho Dank of Bellows Foils referred to the committee on Hunks. Report). From tho Committee on Military Af fairs, against tho petition of Wiltiatnllasklns. From tho coinmitteo on Hank-, in favr of bill extending tho charter of iho Hank ofNowlury, with tin nmendmcnt, providing lint tho interest upon loans to tho Siato shall not exceed four and ono half per cent amendment adopted, and the bill was ordered lo a third reading. Rills introduced. riy Mr Hall, provUing that when a person shall havo been absent from thostato more than 10 years unheard of, tho judge nf probate may administer upon his estate. Ily Mr Harlow, providing that all inanied women may hold real and personal estate in their own name nnd right both re ferred, to Iho Judiciary committee. Ily Mr Rider, annexing part of Provinc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 October 1845

f who undertakes to act the day and hour Tor tlio ' advent or Him who has expressly declared ye know not tho day nor the hour," by a calculation of cycles, which would set at do fianco tho learning of tho age. Tho calcu lation has been made, tho timo set, tho as cension robes on, and tho lapso of two yonrs demonstrates an error in the calculation I This has been rectified, and it is now reduc ed to a certainly thai if two years moro docs not bring tha world to nn end, it will bring us Somowliat nearer to llmt event, and wo arc to look out for it I Now wo have no evidence, that tho disciples of Miller liavo been made hotter christians or better citizens by Ibis iinfortunato delusion, On tho other hand, the neglect of tho ordinary duties of life, the estrangement of intellect, tho ntimor oui Instances of insanity and death resulting from it, bear unequivocal testimony of its malign influence. And docs it not follow as a necessary consrquenco that those who thus rest their faith from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 October 1845

mis &imiEa ' Ho touched his hnrp,titid nations heard entranced.1 fr'KIENt) ATT EH IMtlENU DEPART. I3 MONTOO.MERV. Ffiirsn nftcr friend ilepiri I Who h Hh not lost n friend 1 There is no union hero of hearts That finds not hern an end 1 Were this frnd world our final rest, Liting or dying none were bid. Roynnd llio flight of lime, Beyond the reign of death, There surely is soma blessed climo Where life is not a breath ; Nor life's Directions, trnncient fire, Whoso sparks fly upwards and expire. There is a world above, Where parting is unknown A lone eternity of love, Formed for the pood nione t And faith beholds the dying here, Translated to that glorious sphere) Thus star hy lar declircs, Till all are passed away i As morning high ami higher shines To,,urc and perfect day: Nor sink those stars in empty night, Hilt tilde themselves in heorcn'eo-n lij;h'i LOOK AT T'O I'll Ell SIDE ! JIM. When n bny, as t was ono day passing throtigli the market house, with my brother, I spied an o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 November 1845

NOT THB GLORY OP O JI S A fftT TUB WELFARE OF ROME BY H. B. STACY. From tho New York Tribune. A SONG l-'Olt THE SEASON. BY ROBERT T. GREELEY. Evening shadows fall around us, Uidding toil and trouble flee I Comes, at length, tho hour that gives us Peace and calm tranquility. Take tho plow-share from the mould, Place the sheep within the fold, Pile the faggot on the hearth li.ini-h care, and welcome mirth t it. 'Tis the hour when spirits roam O'er the scenes they loved of yoro. And one flight and childlike form Hovers now our hearthstone o'er i Pointing with her airy hand Upward to the Spirit Land, Then, like mist at break of day, Fading silently away! m. Sister .1 oli I my bosom yearneth Side by sido to roam with thee, And lay heart in sadness moiirneth, Vainly lonsing to he free ! In tho grave-yard, mouldering, lio Forms onco dear to you and 1 1 But, though friends with me are few, Thou, at least, wcrt alicays true ! IV. Autumn winds are sadly tolling Knells for the departing year, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 November 1845

niandcd llio ayes and nocf-t-ayps 01, hops 78, so .the bill wan cllma nJ. Tho 'bill relating tu innkeepers, it-, (auihoriiing litor In grant licptises :) Iho bill was dismissed, 117 In 0-3. ny'Ju'djciary rounnitiep, bill for Ilia roller or crcditnrs.Tind it was ordered to a lliml reading. Hy General commltico. ngamt b II rcl.itinsj to tlio punishment of capital crimes, (abolishing capital punisliuieni, anu snnsiiiiiiing imprison, munt for liln ;) llio bill was supported by Mr R:co ami ili-missedaycs llll, noes 01). Hy Judiciary committee, bill In relat nil to cxccp" tions in tlio co iiily court, and it was onlsrcd to a third rcaifmg.- 11 mijirity of committee nf Claims, bill o pay O'ly CJ. Simpson 13. and by thqjiiinnrity, ug.unt this bill i Hip minority proposed In piy him SGOafior tnucli discus- SIOI1, llio Slllll Ol i?llll was tigruiiii i. 'I'lm cnuiir.itteo nn road bid leave to sit du nlin tlio session of tlio House. b Kmn w.Oct. 31. sr.NATH. Prayer by tlcv. Mr W.islibiitu of Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 November 1845

KNC.l.IWII NEWS. Bostom, Mot. 4. Oy the arrival of Ilia Caledonia, We have received our usual files of London and Liv erpool papers the former to iho evening of the IS1I1. and the latter to the morning oflhelOlh. Wc'havc also received letters from" our regular correspondents t Liverpool, London and Paris. The intelligence by Ibis arrival is interesting and important, in a political and commercial point of view. The .French have again encountered sad disasters in Algeria. Throughout Germany the new reformation i making rapid progress, while from most of Iho Con tinental Stales recent accounts confirm the previous reports of a general failure of the polatoe crops. In Ireland, too, the.famc reports ore made, and a famine among the Irish pcoplo is apprehended. With regard to trade and monetary a(l!iir9 in Eng land, the report are not quite so favotnble. The l ist quarterly meeting of tho ironmasters had taken place at Birmingham, when it wos determined to make nn advance of 20s per ton ...

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