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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 December 1848

Mysthiuous. About three weeks asm llicro IVrlvpil at Nnrtti Ail,,,,. In ll.rt nt.,1,1 train nf cars, n "isr. iODcrut bavins in uiarito n ijcaii. til'ul young female, apparently in feeble hcajlh. ; She wai richly attired, ami her whole bearing bespoke 'ft polished brecdiim. This "Dr. Hob- em" procured a hacL, and went the fame night to hit house in Willininstown, situated in a Tis trict called tho "Whito Oaks." This district, by ine way, is tno most ucsoiatu place imaginable. Situated on the line between Vermont and Mas sachusetts, it lias become the rendezvous of tul- pnti of all sorts, and of all colon, "black, white smu grey ; anu inu coinmor. sewer lorolMcoup ,ini9 of the countr. whito tho "Dr. was in tho house for a light, the lady looked out on lha ilrearv hills, anil pt. elaimcd, "My God I have they taken mo to such a place as this to die V Shu informed tho ilriv. tr that sho came there from Albany; that her tureiua nveu nut sscst: mat a triciiu in Al iaiiv had exit her out th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 December 1848

or M lertnont Phamix. The following Unci were tuggctted by tho death of AiottTA Axxcn, daughter of Mr Emory and Mrs Ollro Btearnt, of .Went llrattleboro, aged S ycarl ami 5 inonlht: I taw her In the Mooin of youth, A lri(ht and lovely rosci No tin Imd stained her bosom fair, Her llfo wat freo from woct. Hut In an unexpected hour, The monster, Death, ttolo In, And matched away this lorcly flower From all her dearest kin. "AuguJia'i Rone," her listen cried, "tSho'll no more join onr tone No mora will tport, tn chlhlitti glee, Among our liltlo throng." Yet, parents, brjthcra, sisters, all, Mourn not your cherub one Shc't gone to dwell In realms ahorc, ivnens you win meet ncr soon. W. S. S. Melrose Seminary, Vor. 14, 1848. From th Kmclahxlrt for DecemUr. Tlic Djlng Year. The arcd Year Is dying I Even now I feel his Icy hrcath upon my cheek, Whllo raounifully and low his deep-drawn sighs Are echoing through the dim and crooked aisles Of the old "Forest Temple." Seo him at he lie Girt wit...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 January 1849

VOLUME XV. BRATTLE IIORO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1849. NUMBER 20. runi,isiti:n kveuv kiiidav by RYTHER cV PLATT. O . II . V U ATT, UD1TOII. 0 1' F I C K.-..VO. 2 WltCCLEtt'S ItOMi DDILMKO. Terms. Tosinglc subsciibcrs, 52,00 a year. To Companies, nnd those who payiu adauce,A liberal uiscouni will ie maue. it u s i i; s s c a ii s , JIVO. ItUKtVIIAH A; SOX, Jlruss I'ouiulvrN, AXD MANUFACTURERS OF Coitcr 1'tiiup. D7"IiCUil Plpcniid slxtlrmilic Hams put in operation at snort notice. 7 EOKClTll 6 w Attorney and Counsellor at Law, DRATILKBOllO, VT. Mr. It. will attend to tlic collcrtlon of claims and Uin management of suits In the several Courts In Cheshire County, N. 11. si TXXOS. CHUBBUCK, 13 IV GRAVIS It of Mara, Plass, Views, Iiixstratioxi, Seals, lll'SINESS ASD VlSITISO CARDS, 4c, ic. Office, Main Street, opposite Ckkoptt Hani; 6ml SPHItVGriCLD, iTIn. HENRY CLARK, AoEr or Wixdkaii Cocxtt Mutual Fihe INSURANCE CoMFAST. (52) Bratlldon, H. UANCrACTCRER AXD DEALER IN LlDIEl, GeNTLES-EK'S, Ml...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 January 1849

-1 TIIinTIKTI! CQjVGRKSS. Tuesday, Dec. 26. Tho SENATE was In session. A resolution was adopted to inquire of Itio Secretary of tho Naty, the amount of provisions nnJ stores ship ..d to tho North cf tho Tactile Coast during last year and sinco. , , Mr Underwood submitted a resolution to fn-. quire into tho expediency 01 isiauusmui; n Board to ascertain tho wholo amount of Jmblio lands in tho United State, nnd also Uio valuo nnd extent of iho cold lands In California, which was laid on tho laoie. Several notices of bills were offered for grants of lsnd to construct railroad iu Iowa and Miss is bill for tho talc of tho Saginaw Indian lands was taken up, briefly discussed, and passed. Wednesday, Doc. 27. The proceedings of tho SENATE were of no puu.u; luiinjTuiiivc In tho HOUSE, the Speaker announced the first thlna in order to bo Mr Stewart's motion to roconsider tho sole passing Sir Gott's rwiohi tloa respecting tho traffic in slates In tho Dis trict of Columbia. M Srwrt nf" Mirhiira...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 January 1849

Tun Wilmamstown Mvsir.nv. Wo lonrn I from private tourcci, that tlio young lady who diod st the liouso of "Dr." Roberts, in Williams town, was llio victim of rascality. Bho was sent but to tlia tlrcary place where aho died, by a tailor in Albany. who rcnrctcntcd to licr that ho was going to the home of a rich friend of ins, and mat no suoum soon tonow to tuim ins loft-broken promise to bocomo licr legal husband. JTlia unfortunate girl was a milliner In Albany, and being in poor liealth, was likely to become n bill of expenio to licr paramour, who devised this villainous scheme for ridding himself of her presence, and very probably, of shortening her life. Wo are glad to learn that efficient mcas- Euros have been adopted for arresting the fiend ish seducer. Springfield Republican. Tit p. Cholera does not seem as vet to be ! fairly in the city of Kcw York, but several cases occur daily at the Quarantine Hospitals. At New Orleans and up tho Mississippi, it is making fearful ravages. On...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 January 1849

'Ml. 1 ' a "Mliile IliclJcll Is Hinging." nT o. vr. Bunoir. With Iuhrs of rire, and ribs of Heel. Willi sltrhlnc; " nnd irroiyning "''. Willi Hurtling scream, and riant stroke, Willi showers of tpailcs, and clouds of smoke, The Iron Heed the train Ij tiringlnc So " look out Idle the bell Is ringing I The gazing, Raping crowd stands toft Will ye I crushed, or clear tho track I Now all aboard and oft" again I The drones U-hind can't icach the Ira In, Tlicr stumble, where the witch is swinging 60 "look out whllo the bell Is ringing 1" Just so, the Engine of Bctokii Bolls on, throdsb sunshine end through storm, O'er Icings and sceptres, crowns and thrones, 'illd sleepy crowds of Idle drones. 'TIs Freedom's song the mass are singing So "look out while the bell Is ringing!" The slave will doft" his yolco and chain, Th' Inebriate tI11 not drink again, The soldier fling his sword away) We see the daw n of that bright day, Good news the harnessed lightning brliging 60 "look out while the bel...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1849

Ucrmont Jjhcemx VOLUME XV. BRATTICE BOKO, Fit ID A V, JANUARY 12, 184J). NUMBER 21, It US I MISS CARDS JXO. IIlKNIIliU Ac SON, I Brass Founders, AND UlXUFiCTBXZRS OF Copper l'tiiupn. D7LraiI I'lpe mid Hydraulic Itimis pat la operation at short notice. 7 EOKE HOWE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, UtUTTtEHOKO, Vl. Mr. II. will attend to the collection of claims and the management of tuiti in the several Courts in Cheshire Count, N. II. 51 TBOS.CHUBSOOE, ENGRAVER of Mats, Pmi, Views, Illcstiutioxs, Seals, Bests ess add Vism-ia Cards, 4c, ic. Office, Main Street, opposite Chlcopit Dank, 6m5 SPBIlvariELD, Wnss. HENRY CLARK, AOEST OF WlHDHAM COCSIT MtJTVAL FlXX Imscbaxce Com past, (SJ) Ilrauleloro, Vl. jp. si.iioj'its, XAXlFACTCnLRAMl DEALER IX Lames', Oextleuex's, Musts" and Childxex'i Hoots, Shoes mid Ilisbbcrs, HalTs Building, nearly opposite Smith's Stage House. ti . J . MEAD, Stttornrg nnU Counselor nt ftnto, rBACTlCIXO IX TnE COURTS OF VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Commililoucr appoint...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1849

t,v r 1 St . ' ill 1. Tiiiitn ktii coycnEss. TuebiiAY, Jr.n. 2. In llic SENATE. Mr Baldwin offered a res olution, instructing ibo Select Committee, to in quire into (Ira expediency of repealing tlio lilt e-onreiriiigon tlie ricaidetit thu owcr by proc lamation lo establish reciprocal trudo with Torn eign Governments in certain cases. '11m Military Committee rctmrtcd a contract mado liclceii tho-iiouso of Howland & Aspin wall and tho New Clranmla Government, lor a Hailrond across tlio Isthmus of Panama, which was ordered lo to printed. ,,.,, A Ions discussion took placo on Ibo bill Tor tlio relief of TuIiti P. Baldwin. A resolution was ml opt id (or Ibo appointment of a Select C'oniiniitec to mako incjuiry into llie expediency of organizing n Spcuid Boatd of Commissioners lo settle all claims against the United States Government. In the HOUSE, 20,000 copies of Emory's re ports and Fremont's journal about California were ordered printed. 'llio bill (or supplying deficiencies in lu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1849

SB" m . Golden Hems. iTtie St. IauU Xew Era of tlio 29th ult. lias -following iiiictvaiing particulars about the o , . "r, I , . . ., i Hcirion. tbouch of no later date than we I ir already published; c acstcrday morning, Dr Jctt, of Hannibal, in i r I toode of convevanee across tlio Isthmus 1- ht . t . . r!L r es to 1'itiiiitn.i it a dollar tier hundred mcl, twenty-four miles of which is b; land, isne resiuuc oy water, ine I ami carnage is wrraed entirely by pack mules, whose cargo Mists each of 300 lb, weight i five tulles of P9 ypad is Ycry bad, and nothing can carried pi in appropriate n-icanges aujpicu io ueing I'd on mules. The charre is aevcntvfive I a hundred, and six dollars hire for the use latnule to ride across to tlio water transport a uL Ti t:.i... I a ?izd canoe j, the proprietor of which i barge nty-firo cents a hundred: in addtiton to cli, each passenger is charged t fare to 9n reaching Panama, you hate to procure a ncr 10 iiue you lo me tcsmms in uio ouinj?, Ich U ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1849

The following lines, taken from lh Medmian, were iBst.rf tf ethof Ciuitt.ni MlttH, of Coventry, VI, who died .1 Derbv, Nor. Kill, a;rcd 0 vears. Hark I 'lU the tolling death-bell's sound ! It spreads a saddening Ule around A s I'irit ' dropped Its home of clay A youth ht passed from earth away. In death's cold arms the bod lies, Th soul has left It for the skies i But hovering o'er a weening few. It walla to bid a last adieu. "Father I I Irate my home so fair, I leave thy hind paternal care) Urlcve not that I muit go to oon, Mr morning tun rouat aet ere nooni Jly work li done life's quickly o'er, And loosed from earth, 1 qnit this ahore. My fleah la now from suffering free My Father dear I weep not for me. Mother I thy child la called to go, A few ahort daya hare lain me low) The child yon nnraed with tender care, And Vept from atorma he conld not bear j The plant you watched with anxious eye Didst thou not know 'Iwaa bom to die 1 For comfort, to thy Sarlor go j Weep not for roe : '...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1849

&fl3 vttnumt VOLUME XV. JB RATTLE IiORO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 184. NUMBER 22. BUSINESS CARDS. ciEoittiii iiowi:. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, UUATTLEttO&O, VT. lilt. II. will attend to the collection of clnlmi and the management of suits In the several Conrti in uiesnire uouniy, n. 11. ias THOS. OHUSSUCIt, ENGRAVER of lllirs, Tlxxi, Views, Ulcstratioss, Seals, 11 LSI Kill A.1D VIS1TIHO CARPS, te, SC. Office, Main Stmt, oppositt Chiccpie Bank, itmi st'itiNC.nr.i.i), niiu. JI12NKY CLAHK, . Aqext or Wikdiiau Cocxtr Mutcal Fire Insuiusci: Cosirisr, (Ml Brallldom, 17. J ao. itvicivnAM As sow, Itrnts Founders, AND MAKUEACTCRERS OE 'Copper ln nips. G7-Xciul l'lisc inn Hydraulic Itnm pnt In operation nt short notice. s MlrvACTtTftEnAMD PCILER IX I.ABIES', GENTLEMEN'S, JllHtl' AXD CutLPRKx'S ItooU, Mioc autl Rubber, Haiti Building, nearly opposite Smith's Stage llousr nttociitu nns Counselor at Unto rHACTicixo ix the courts or VKIlMaxi AXD NE IP HAMPSHIRE. Commiisloner appointed to...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1849

vf,?.. . TlHKTIIiTII COXCnKSS. ! Wednesday, Jan. 10. SENATE. Mr Underwood, of Ky., Intro duced a resolution directing tlio Judiclarj.com mittco to inquire into the cximdiency of nppro- f; vriating monoyirom too ircasuryiurcoioniz.ngi rco negroes ill Liberia. 41 lit colleague, air .iieicane, mso n.u.uu ur proposed resolutions of Inquiry- Ho explained that they liad tlicir origin in tlio desire, of tlio petitioners to bo provided ngainst a contingency that might arlsu in Kentucky after tho format of a new conitilullon which was now contem plated, and which might authorizo tho emanci pation of tho alao population. If it wero con stitutional, an appropriation by Congress to do fray tho expenses of colonization would greatly encouraga the disposition ot tho people ol Ken-luc-lrv to consent to tho emancipation of ttiL-ir slaves; and opposition to tho resolutions propos ed would nave a contrary cucci. 110 appealed to tlio north not to manifest a hostilo attitude in reference to this matter...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1849

Ten Days Later from UnroBC. The steamship America arrived At Boston on Friday morning, 1 2 da) i from Liverpool, w Inch place she left on the SOib of December. KxaLANn. Business affairs aro quiet, but steady and more encouraging. The Cotton market it more buoyant, but the trade in bread stuHs has become dull, and lower price have been accepted. The Cholera still cxlsl in ; London, and in Scotland It rages to an alarminc decree. Tho fatal cases in London for the week ending Dec. 20th wero 31 The whole number of caw In Scotland were 2922, of which 1356 were fatal. Thu ravages of the t disease were alarming in Glasgow, At Coatbridge, I .an ark shire, 122 cases were reported in a cinglo day, and 33 deaths. Severn! coses bad occurred at Belfast, but as a whole Ireland bad as yet hap pily escaped the scourge. There had been acr erol cases at Liverpool. The lint Knglish vessel for California sailed from Liverpool on the 17th tilt. FitAN-cK. The news from France U still peaceful. The new l'...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1849

9 Ar.'- Vow lAe Mam Cmmon Schout Advocate. Schools of the Olden Time. The srhooli the schools of other days ! Those were the schools for mc, When, in a frock and trowicrs dressed, I learned my A 11 C When with my dinner In my hit, I trudged away to school, Nor dared to stop, at boys do now, Tor school-in a'anu had a rule "With locks well comUd and face 10 clean, lloy washed their facet then,- And a "stick homo" to ride upon, What happy little men I And If a traveller we met, We threw no sticks or stones, To fright the horses as thev passed, Or break good people1! bones : Cat tv lih our hats beneath onr arms, We lcnt our heads full low. For ne'er the school-ma'am failed to ask, "Boys, did you make a bowl" And all the little girls with us Would courtesy full low, And hide their ancles ncath their gownt, Girls don't have ancles now. We ttole no fruit, nor tangled grass, We played no noisy games, And when e spoke to older folks, Tut handltt on their namtt. And when tfic hour for school ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1849

VOLUME XV. BRATTLE UORO, FRIDAY, .JANUARY 26, 1840. NUMBER 23. 15 U S I N E S S CARDS ueoiiui: iiowi;, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, BniTTLcnouo, Vt. Mr. II. will attend to the collection of claims and the management of suits in the several Court in Cheshire County, N. II. 31 1 TEXOS. CHUBBUOE, ENGRAVER of Mam, I'lais, Views, Illestratiois, Seals, Hcsmesb asd Visitiso Cards, &c, fic. Office, Main Slml, OflvtiU Chicoprt Bant, Cm5 SlMlHVRI'IEMr, Dlnns. " 1u7nuy clauk, Aoest ov Wi.idham Coustt Mutual I'mii Insurance Com tan v, (52) Urauhlon, I?. "jivo. ' iiIikniiaYi & SOiV Ilrnso rounders, ASD MANUFACTURERS or Copper INuiing. B7Lcnl I'IxmiiiiI Hydraulic Hums pat in operation nt short notiie. 7 P. SM.lIOWJtS, manufacturer ani oralfr i Ladies', Gentleuen's, Missus anii Ciiildrrs's Boots, Shoes anil IHiliiicrs, UaXCt Vuilillng, nrady opposite Smith's Stttffe House i, . c . rn n a , tttornrt niia Counselor nt ILnto, practicing in the courts or VERUOST ASD XKl' HAMPSHIRE, Commlssi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1849

T II I It T IETII COiVGKES S . Thursday, Jn. 18. In tdo SENATE, tho MincsoLi Territorial kill was amended anil laid aside. A resolution, submitted by Mr Alton, calling on the Fo-tmastcr General la stnto vrlmt con tracts oxist lor inrrying United States mails to foreign countries, with dates of contracts, names ot parties, Ike., was adopted. Hi the HOL'SI:, tie resolution for printing Butl'alo Harbor reports was debated all day by Coombs, llcnly and others, and finally agreed to. In Committee of the Whole, tho Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation bill was considered. Amendments were proposed aud rejected. Friday, Jan. 19. In the SENATE, the bill organising tho Ter ritory of Mincsota was farther discussed, and passed. Private bills were then considered, and post poned. . rl he bill reducing postage was then taken up and slightly ancndttl. An nmcndnicn' was pro posed to tarry newspapers free) for SO irivstrom their ofliio ot publication. No decision was ar rived at, when the subject wns ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1849

Official front California. Tho following Si an attract of a letter from .Thomas O. Larkin, Esq., late Consul, anil now Navy Aicnl of tho United States, to tlio Seiro. jhiry of blate. date J ilontcrcy, November JGili, 91848, and received in Washington on Friday vevcmng last : 16 "lie digging and washing for gold continue! increase on ino nacramcnto piacer, so lar as tcgardi the number of persona engaged in tho business, and tho sizo and nuantitv ot tho inct- iWl daily obtained. 1 hate had in my hands sov ai pieces 01 goiu, awut iwcniy-mrea i-arnis le, weighing from ono to two pounds, and to it from gooil authority that pieces hare en fuund wemhinff sixteen tiounus. Indeed. I'hato heanl of one specimen that weighed twcnty.fivo pounds. There aro many men at Ao placer, who in June last had not one hun dred dollars, now in Dosscssion of from five to cnly tliousaml dollars, which they made by asli-nrin,. trntil and tradintr with tha Indians.- fjSeveral I believe have made more. A com- fao...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1849

T Scene in a Vermont Winter. nr criini.es o. bastus.. Tia ft foarfnl night !n tlic winter lime, As roU m it ever can Iks) TJic roar of the storm is heard like the chime Of tlic waves on nn angry sen. The moon is full, tut her silver light The stonn dashes out with ft wings tonight, Ami over the sky, from south to north, Not ft star Ii iccn, ns the wind come forth In the strength of n mighty glee. All day the snow fame downr-all day, As It never came down I fore. And over the earth, ftt night, there lay Some two or three feet or wore ; The fenee wu lost, and the wall of stone, The windows I 'locked, nnd the well-cnrb gone, The hay-stack grown to a mountain lift, And the wool pile looked like a monster drift As It lay tiy the farmer' door. As the night set In, came hull and mow, And the air grew sharp and chill. And the warning roar of n terrible How Was heard on the distant hill And the Norther 1 seel on the mountain peak, In his breath, how the old treei writhe and shriek! lie shout...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 February 1849

r a i Bmnont jMumit. VOLUME XV. BRATTL.13 liOKO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 18 lf. NUMBER 24. PUBLISHED EVE11Y FUIDAV BY ItYTHER 6c PLATT. O. II. PfiATT, KDITOU. OFFICE HO. 3 WUUUl'l STOJtl DUUDISO. Team. To single subscribers, $2,00 i your. To Companies, and those who pay in advance, ft liberal discount will be made. VEUMOiNT PHOENIX, BUSINESS CARDS. ffuOKUK HOWK, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Bputiu.oxo, Vt. Mr. H. will attend to tbo collection of claims and the management of salts In the several Courts in Cheshire County, N. 11. 51 "TBO S . CHUB BUCK, ENGRAVER of MiPS, PlAXS, VlEWi, ILLI'STHATIOXS, SHAM, Bisixess uu Visiting Cards, ic, &c. OJJkt, ilafa Strtrl, ofposite Ckicoptt Haul, 6m5 Sl'llINGrin.I), Mn.ss. HHNKY CLARK, Aobxt or AViioiiAit Coi'ntt Mutest Tmr. I.fl'IUXCE CuMl'.NV, (53) . ilmlitrforo, 17. JAOriijKIHA.U & SOX, ItrnsH I'oiistilrrs, AND MAXCrACTL'liEltS OF Copper rump. CT-lA-nd I'lic iinil Hydraulic Ilium put in operation at short notice. 7 HASUrACTCnERAND DEALE...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 February 1849

t TIIIRTHITII COXCKHSS. Wednesday, Jan. 21. In (lis SENATE, Mr Douglass' Mil to make California a Slats wnt discussed, nml finally re ferred lo n Select Committee of tcten. Mr Niles' bill rclnliup to Fostago nt laker) op, and Sir Allen, of Ohio, mado it long sjicotli In reference to It. Ho expressed very decided icntimcnts in fatorof an untrammelled cirrula. tion of newspapers, dilating ujon ho peculiar and growing importance of llio public Press. Ho win against tlio establishment of mail routci beyoml the limiti of tlio country, ns proposed by tlie bill: and believed tliat no authority cxiatcil for nailing contracts for tbo conte)nncc of the mail bv mail steamers. Mr Niles defended the bill, and the Senate Adjourned without action. In the I10USI-, tin- Comtnitteo on Commerce reporteil n bill extending our reicntie laws over California. It pro idea for thrco porta of entry and three collet tort. Its immediate jKtssago wai urged by the Committee and others. A warm debate took place u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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