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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 13 April 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 13, 1848.. ed by llio colonics and (Jcpcndcnclcs of power ful foreign governments, whoso maratimo power might furnish tlioin with tho means of nnnoy nnco, and mischief, nnd invasion; that it was necessary to protect our frontiers against tho Indians, nnd to man our forts and garrisons in different ports of tho country. Here, sir, you have tho reasons for which the power "to raise nnd support nnnica" was deemed necessary. Tho conquest of foreign Stales nnd provinces was never drcampt of by tho framcrsof llio Con stitution. Hut the wisdom of tho past, with tho '"progressive democracy" of tlio present day, is folly : nnd, indeed, so rapid hag been the ad vancement beyond that old fashioned democra cy, which prevailed in tho bolter days of the republic, that calls have been actually made for conventions of the people to reconstruct the . Government. To carry out theso schemes of national nggranuizcmctit, it lias boon lounu ne cessary to iwago ...

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. — 13 April 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRTL 13, 1848. Saturday, April The Scnnto was not in session to-tlny. House. Tlio Houso convened nt tlio usual lioiir, when Spoalicr Wintlirop took tlio Chair nnd cnllcd it to order. Prayer was then offered up by tlio Rev. Mr. Gurley. Sundry memorials nnd petitions wcro present ed nnd referred. After which, Mr. Rockwell of Connecticut, moved that tlio House resolve isolf into r. Conimitteo of tho Whole on tho State of tho Union, which motion was ncrccd to, Mr. Cocke of Tennessee ofllclat- iiiff ns chnirman. Tho hiil granting compensation to tho land register, Mr. Scott ofCliillicolhc, Ohio, was then taken up, discussed nt considerable length, and passed. Tho committee roso without transacting any oilier business, and, on motion, adjourned Monday, April 3. Semite A Message was received from tlio President by tho hands of his private Secretary, J. Knox Walker, Ksq. communicating a copy of tho ollicial dispntch received by tlio last steamer, from ...

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. — 13 April 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 13, 1818. C&gvtfUltttral. From Hie llangor Dally A anilCoutlor Select Fruits for the North. Hanover, N. II., Jan. 28, 1848. . Your circiilnr, headed "Frulli or the VoiA," T7d8 duty rccoivud nnl cnrcrnlly peruned, and for the. rrcatr licncfit of those interested, I wish it mijiht Invo fell into ninro nble nnd expert enend Imiiils. Hull its acntiiiHMita nml olilectif tiro duly iipprccintud, nnd to which I nuwl heartily reaKinu 1 nm limy awaro mui 1110 stiujeci m Horticulture Iidj been too much nelectcd in IIipso northern regions. And tho reusons aro obvious to ever)- Jinceniiii mind. lt. Tim country is comparatively now, and tho main thing sought in a now country in pork und potutot'8, corn nnd wlieuu ily and by vo 4nii3l Imvo an orchard and a t,nJen. 2d. If n inun of n Horticultural taste estnb lishert a nursery or a flower garden, ho in riili pmIimI ntut .-nlli.,1 nn "old belt v. or biichelor." bcatliiir hiB way Ihrough against tide nn...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 April 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIl, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1818. VOL. XLII, NO. 2a WHOLE NO. 21G6. toatcljmmt &0tatc 3ounwI. l'UMi.isnr.i) Bvr.ny tiiuusdav mornino. 'I'HllMS 15150 cnili In (iilvnnco $3 00 If paymont li not mnuo innavanco) Interest alwayschargcair from thoondof uiu junr. $octvi). A Word of Cheer. llo dim ami bo faithful, Deurt not the tight Tlio trnvo locoino loMort Tlio darker Itio night j Then Hp nml bo doing, Though co winds may fall, Thy duty punulng Piro nil ami prevail. Affecting to Printers. Thcro'i a gnod limo coming, hoyi, A pood limo fonilng, Huhirrlbert ihi.ll not wait for duns, Hut flood in with their twos and ones, In I ho good tlmo coming Our advrrtiiers thnll increase, Our pntronngo grow stronger, Arid wo, with creditor.) at peace-, Wo It a Unit longer. illisccllmicous. LETTERS FROM FRANCE. Prom tho New York Courier and Enquirer. No. V. EVKNTa IN TAIIIS. Paius, March 2d, 1818. Tho sailing of the steamer obliged mo to des patch mv last letter in t...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 April 1848

rWi VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, Ai RIL 20, 18d8. orablo peace, and not tho forciblo dismember ment of the Mexican republic, Was tho nurposo tivowod for tlio prosecution of tho war. But, sir, the war, since tho last cession of Congress, has assumed a now character. Its more vigorous prosecution U now recommended for n now ob ject, and one that wo liavo novoi approved, but uniformly condcmi.cd, Wo havo never voted men nor money lor such a war as tho I'rcsidont now avows this to he. Tho war for which wo voted supplies was a war "waged with no view to conquest." Tho honorable Senator, therefore, ought to feel no surpriSo at tho stand wo tako a gainst this bill. Hut, sir, I will leave this subject and pass on to a brief icviow of llio measures which occa sioned the war, viz! tho annexation of Texas, nnd tho ordor of tho 13th of January, 1610, for tho march of tho army from Corpus Chri9tl to tho left bank of llio Rio Grande. For theso two measures tho Democratic party and tho Pr...

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. — 20 April 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN t STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 20, 1848. nblo length. Ho coitfondod that Concross hat constitutional powers authorizing It to appoint Cammisaioncrs to examine claims, without In tronchinff upon tlio prerogativenf tho Executive. When ho hnil pat down, Mr. Rusk, of Texas, roso and epoko ohly in support of tho hill, and, in mo courso oj nis rcinnritu, no snttl that Uon L'reca had noworto appoint Col, Fremont a Coin miesloneri if it dcomod tho measure necessary.; find npproved orthoeotcction. Ho was followed hi Mr Iiutlcr of S( fJ, who nmdo n hriof nnd el oquent cpocch in roioronco to tho powers claimed for Popgrcss. Mo denied that Congress had power to nppolnt ouch oRlcer when ho had con cluded, Mr. Ucnton Mso ni,d expatiated largely Upon (h-j fiubjear, and uombaUod thoso Senators wnp nail opposed tho moapurc, nnd pronounced tho power plnjrncd by Congressi to bo unconsti iMliopal. ' After ho had taken hla eoot, Mr. PhoTps, of Vermont, ouminou tho Hoar, and proceeded to nddrpsj...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 20 April 1848

. , ill Ml ,, VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 20, 1848. Boston Notices. SPRING CLOTHING THE BOYS ! .1 SMEtVJEIt JUEBfJUj Was ntvardod to u t tlio Lull Exhibition or tho Mccluuilcs' Assoclnlloii. If DtlltQ Til. ONLY ONE EVER RECEIVED ron BOYS' CLOTHING In this city. and, so ht ns we know, the socond In this coun If. one having boon fliovloUsly awarded by tho Amnrlcan Instiluto In New YotK. The Imslnoss In which wo nro ongitRcd ! ono of IMMENSE IjAniJIl AND ri;itriii;Ari i, nnnteniiiringno smaiisnaio or MECHANICAL SKILL. II is won Known mat our Ben lor Partner was Iho FIRST In thli city to MAKE AN EXCLUSIVE BUSINESS OF Or even tn regard U ai nn object worthy tlio oitantlon of any ono poisoning ordinary nuitnons caput. .j lmvo now in our employ ii u JjAULiUdl Vi-itu, A larger numncr, as wo ui-neiei ' llarly nnJ permanently employed In any ono ostnMishmcnt WHICH we novo any Knowitw- - Wo havo nt our command EVERY FACILITY for carry Inc on tho abovo business SUCCESSFULLY and ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 April 1848

SaflE"' H'Lyw'jl"' 111 Mi ii i i - i -iT-inum ii Li i i ... in , ,u , i ii i . . ' '' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' ''''' t '' ' BY 13. P. WALTON tUttlcljmcm & State 3fountnl. VUlll.tSIIliU IJVUHV THURSDAY MOHNINU. TERMS Also cusli In ndvnneel S'100 If payment Ii not the j"r "'"'")'' chargedfruin tlio end nf From the Dublin Nation. MAN'S MISSION. Human live nro illenl tenchlng Uo they onrncst, inIM nml truo NoMnt deed aro nol ,el preaching From tlio coiir.ee rate 'I lVv, Poet prion t lie lr anthem tinging, Ilero-nuord on cortlct ringing. fVhon truth banner is unfurled j 1 outhM preachers, jtcii.u (rifted, JWinj fui Hi their pouU uplifted, Till their pro aching itln (ho world. V,(rh mtiRt work ns lo! tmi g!cn linnd or poet ioul Work ii duty wl.lta wo livo In Thii weird uorld of a in nr.il dole. Gentlo tpiriti, lowly ftneclinp Lin their white .intuit up, nprft.ii)g To llio throne of henven's King Stronger nnlurei, culminating, In jrtent action Incarmitimr, What another fan hut ilng, Pure mid mc...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 April 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, APRIL 27, 1848. of Wctorj, among which wna llio oppottUnlly of olnt.lUMng hptvlftin Iho Klb (luniln. " 3d. Tim certainty ofTcxaa, Ifiiotnovv, nl !ont In nahort period, to ctnMi!i by foreo lie r claim to Ihi Imunilnry. Thla cnpnrlty l fairly InfctnUc from Iho oircr of Mexico to tccog nlzo liur Independence, nnd wan ndnilltcd ny tho llridah nml rri-nch (Jntornlnenla when they.hecomo tho medium or the oflVr. liuttndrpcn.lcntly ofeiili circuiii.tnncca, thla capacity It aeii-oviiicni to mi mio iihvi 10 hnvo any knolcdpe of tho rolatho lexlcnnnd Tenia. If Toxin, then. ' inoxlon Willi the I'nltcil Btnto", li'l rower and position or .Mexico lf rtidf M-ltliOtitliiiv ronnfttln IKrM'ir w reached. II tnrtfl.pil in ti..ln, v lifln lin l-nll . COIlltlCl UlO ICCOIIU ll. rl ilm In llii. III,. ItrniMls. I.pr tlct.l til .1(1 III Olisht not to nitron ui i... i.. ...... ...i i... i...,....i.. . ...'..n,i.., i.rilin AmprlpHn Union. 4th. Tlio Pulled mite, after nrncx...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 April 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUUNAL, APIUL 27, 1848. waa neither lila duty or inclination to roply to Hid nrijiiriiont of Mr. TrUt in relation to liia rights nr. u citizen. Lieut. John Smith desprtod nt Vorn Cruz on tho UUlii tilt, with sovcrnl mon, and oITorod tliiiir service Jo Zenoula, the guerrilla cliicl. Anno b'.a liont tlioin ac tirisoncrs, and notlllod our ofli- ccrg ot Vera Cruz, who sent after tliciu. Tho Mexican cori'cd lliu'n right, Mo.nhav, April 17, Senate. Allcr tlio reception and rclcranco or ouvurui iii-uuuiiu, uuiuuir wniuu was uuu iur u Itrtfltll fill" rti t Itrnnn I Irtliln litillifnnn (li'm nnlllill .,,! h.,ll ,!, (',,l;f,..,.l I. Ill ...... unu iitiiiny luiunuu ui liiu itniiiiiry iumiiiii- lllll" wna Inknn nn ninl ili.miesntl hv Matsrs. .'Vicn ami. a .nn. t ;rni nnrinn. itiiiinr. linn i notn : 4. l: il . i . . , t . IT, . nui wiuiotu lanmj: any nucsiioii, tno ounaic an- House. On motion of Mr. Clinsman. of North 'nn ....... ...1....I...4 iin IV,. ll. mil tun i...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 27 April 1848

VERMONT WATCHMtfATE JOURNAL, APRIL 27, 184.8. Scteton Notice SHEEP MARKING. aalo, In Urito of small nuanllllM, wilh an naaortmcnt of tr Jonathan p. n am. fc co umgsi.u No. 1, Union Street, ItOStOM. WM. NEWELL & CO. MANUFACTURERS and junucns or I'orcigu V American STRAW BONNETS HATS, CAPS v runs. No. 03, K1I.I1V STREET, U08TON. U'll.MAM NEWELL,) Jr. W. LEE. ( 5Cl3inn. STRAW BONNETS. PLYMPTON. 3t HASELTON, No. lO NIIiK STKIJET, UOriTON, OFFER for .ale n Inrto .lock r.Vr " 'I '"''' """ able Sltilet Spring MtO.V.XJiTN, conalstlnz in part, ne nmowa i 100 Cases Florcnco llonncte, 30 cases China Pearl Bonnets, 50 do Rutland ua 20 do rtal . Jo 23 ilo Fan. Tuc'illlo 'JU do llird'a Eyo do SO do Am.Slraw,do 115 do Neapolitan do 10 do l'amell do 8 do Gcncvinao do 5 do Flotontlno do S do Tnncy Chip do (0 do Lawn do mi tlo onurs uo 10 do Rico Pearl do 10 do Milan do S do Hertford I'lalt do lo do lluuvtnhlo do SS do ItulijlifcllMf do 10 do Eec;. Patent do 10 do " Split Straw do 30 do Ficncli L...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 4 May 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIEIt, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1848. VOL. XLII, NO. 25. WHOLE NO. 2168, U)atcl)mau & State journal. rtllll.lHIIllD Kvnuv TIIUUSIUV MOUNlKO. TKRM8 $1 SO caili In ndvnncoi $200 If paymontli nol mado Inadvanouj tntoroit always charged from the end of tha joor. 3octvn. MAN IN OLD AGE. Ma, Walto, TIio fultuwinff Ii an cttractofn loiter writ ten by Poet. John Williams ofOiimbrldso Tort, In 1830, wlien aged about 86 )ear. lo hi ftlcnd In t' lure moot, whose neo waa then 81 joari. IT you Judge tt worthy a tmnll ipnco In !our paper, you will grutify some of jour tead bv puliIUli tjfflt. J J. J ONUS. Waiufiold, Vt, April, 1843, Oat tthathas man Itjl atour icore ytart V If aught of memory yet icmnlm, Tlio cenei of youth he ititl retains j Happy the man who kens but flaw He finds 11 painful to elcw, Hit eyo'lfht fulls Mm by degrees, And lei and le of what ho ieei AffiT.1 ;he pleniuro pmo lli-y diJ Tho fairest UnU from him are Hod. lilt fueling too crown dull and s...

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. — 4 May 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY -1, 1818. Self in llio Slalo of Mississippi, must convinco every ono of (lio propriety of llio high culogium fhich ho pronounced upon licr tho other day, when ho spoko ot llio higTi position vvliich slio occupied among tho States ot this confederacy. Hut enough of this personal matter. 1 ihink, if I did not misunderstand llio honor nblo Senator from Soutli Carolina, that ho is sur prised at tho temerity of tho Senator from Now Hampshire In introducing this bill. Lot mo ask what is this hill ? Vhat is this incondiory hill that has elicited such n torrent of lnvectivo ? Has it been manufactured by somo "fanatical nbolitmnist?" Why, it is copied, almost word for word, from a law on tho statulo book, which has boon in operation for soma yc-ars, in tho neighboring Stato of Maryland. It has no allu sion, diiecily or indirectly, to tho subject of sla very. Yet I am nccused'ot throwing it as a fire brand, nnd in order to mako war upon tho insti tuti...

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. — 4 May 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 4, 1848. . .. . . pentlmetiU toward you, VOU Will find tlicm Itl ovory oration nil th Binco nmti of j'olond, alio lias not only tho reproach, but o livinir cause Franco owes i. . . -i. I.cr tear?, sno owe. yuu .1 norainnu ovemun support 111 return, Umvo I'olcs, lor Hint blood whioh you l.nvo shed for lior on nil tho fields of batllo in Eurono f AtirUuusp Ho nssiiri!l llmt oamo in l.iiropo. I rtppiuuse.) 10 neaurtil mat Franco will repay you nil that sho owes you. Only, yon must lcavo to hor Hint which sho nlono rnn nnnni.itlhr. hmir. Km mnmntil. (I,n mniln for pivinu to you, without aggression, sion of blood, tlio nlaco which is tho list of nations. I will malto know vou know them not olreadv. tho nrincinlos tho Provisional Government havo adopted inva riably lor its foreign policy. Franco is undoubt edly republican, Sho proclaims this to all the wprld, JIiH tlio republic is not at war, cither oponly or secretly, with any of tho existing na ...

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

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 4, 1818. Uostott Notices. SHEEP MARKING. r.i, i.'ft itllll V rn.Uf.f Alnttilnir. rnnst.nllV for 5 .ale, in luree or small quantities, wllli an assortment of imiros. ANU M 13 , , ly JONATHAN T. IIALLkCO.iirugstsii, No. 1, Union Street, r,-1. uoston. SPRING CLOTHING FOIt Wm awarded 1 ' ' (ho Last llxlulihlon of the Itlecluuilcs' Association, it ntirrrj iiir OKLY OJVK JE rait RECEIVED FOR . BOYS' CLOTHING In this ctty, onil, to far wo know, the second In ibis coun try one having boon picvtously awarded by Ino American Inslttutn In New Ym.i TV.. I.. I ,.1,1.1, ...TT.i.n.nVdT) O00 of IMMl'.NMP liAlinil AND PEItrLEXlTY, nnilrr'iuiriniiiio smallsl-nro or MECHANICAL SKILL. II I. won Known ma. u. lor Follncr wos the FlltST In c '"to , MAKli AN EXCLUSIVE uuriaLN Oi even t.i retard It si on object worthy the "niton 01 attention of any nr.-...mln it urdiitarv fiut inrs cupucity. o Imto now in our employ AND CHXMJJIM'S GIOTHIHG, EXCLUSIVELY, A larger num...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 May 1848

BY E. P. WALTON. & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1848. VOL. XLII, NO. 26. WHOLE NO. 21G9. ipcitcljmcm 0tatc journal. PU11I.ISIIUD EVKKV THirilSIlAY MOHNINQ. TERMS also oaili In ilv.tirm MOO If naimout li nol mado In advance j Intcroit ajwnj.chnrgedfrom tho end of The Kings of tho Soil. Hindi iln may nettle below a crcsf, Ami crime below a crown Ai good licarl beat 'neelli a futllin veil At under n .liken gown. Shall tulce bo told oflho chief, who told Their ilnowi lo cruih and kill, And never a word bo .nog or he&rd Of the men who reap and till? I bow In tlianki to the iturdy throng Who sror t tho young morn with toil And the burden 1 give my oarneit long Shall Lo iMiTmh Kisa. or the Boil! Thon alng for the Kloga who hate lib crown Hut tha bluo sky o'er their head Never Pulliu or Dey had auch power aa they, To withhold or to oflcr bread, Troud hl may bold both .liver and gold, The wealth of a dlitant ftrand Hut ihipl would rot, end bo vnluod not, U'rrjlhero nonu to til...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 May 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 11, 1818. lUatcljmnn & 0totc 3fountril. K. V. WAITON, Jit., KOITOlt. Tluusrtayi Muy 11, 188. FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN MoLEAJV, OP OHIO. YUCATAN. Wo trust the annexed message of t!o Presi dent will not pass unheeded by llio people; for it is quite probable tint in it is to be found Hie germ of another scheme of annexation another extension of Iho aren of blavcry. mo Presi dent seemingly disavow any intention of acquir ing dominion and sovereignty over Yucatan ; yet ho tells us that this sovereignty is offend to nny country that will protect Yucatan, and Ihet we must not permit its acquirement by any Europe an power becausc'tho location of this country in Iho vicinity 'of 'Vuba, Flonda and JVeto Or leans, would render its possession by European nowcrs danccrous to our security. In other words, ut must iwt permit any anti-slavery gov eminent in Yucatan. This is the message ; and what does tho President design, if it be not ulti male annexation ?...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 May 1848

ef ST3 VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY 11, 1848. 1! ifovctgu T8tm. The Chartist Petition. To the Hon. the Commons of Great Ih-itain and Inland, in Partiamr.nl assembled. Wo, tho undersigned inhabitants uftlio British Islet, and subjects of tlio Ilrilisli Crown, thus n- vall ourselves of the constitutional privilege of uuuniltting the consecration ot our political rights n ml wroncs to vour lionorablu lionec. in tho bono that Ihoy will rcrcivo from you that dojrrco of attention wincn mo importnnco oi tuu otio nnu tho oppressiveness of tho other demand from tho guardians of tho civil, social, and religious rights of tho people. Your petitioners declare, that tho ureal end of nil governmental institutions should uo tho pro tection of life, tho security of property, tho pro. motion of education and morality, and tho diffu sion of happiness among all classes. That your petitioners consider tho only logiti inolo busis of uli equilablo government ifltlio ex pression ot tho mind o...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 11 May 1848

VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, MAY II, 1848. Agricultural. CROW PROOF SEED CORN. A Middlesex farmer (and d good ono, too,) ays that a gill of tar applied warm to halt n bushel of Bccd corn, Is sufitcicnt to protect It against crows. After applying Uio lar, sllr the corn briskly until nil becomes tarred, then stir in ashes or plaster to prevent tho corn from sticking. If too much tar Is used, tho corn will bo slow in coming up. This recipe has been proved by Ion years' experience From tho Voicd of Freedom. POTATOES. I would like to have you publish tho follow ing: tho result of three years1 experimenting on tho potatoo rot. There has been so much written upon this subject, it seems liky folly to oflbr any thing now. But learning that Now York has sent a petition to Congress " praying that an inquiry should bo instituted to find a remedy to stay this diseaBo of vegetable matter : I thought it not amiss to lay this before the public. , . , It is a common practico among farmers, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 18 May 1848

BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIElt, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1818. VOL. XLTI, NO. 27. WHOLE NO. 2170. JPoctVJl. Tho following lines, Ritys llio Boston Post, waro written by a girl of that city, ton years old; sljo wns born blind atiJ without li.inJs, nnd wrote tho poem willi tho pon in her nrjutli. How sliouid a blind girl have biicIi imprce-nons of Spring ob nro conveyed by sight 1 Doubtless frorq mnmory remembering what has been road to her and to this, slio is probably indebted for a goaj sliuro of lior poetical cxpicssiocs as well ,18 ideas. TO SPRING. Aow iho wintry signs nro going, J'ast from ttroam and sod and tree, Waiaoslrs nro mildly Mowing, Spring is hero with face of gleo rtOWS are low and tuna nro high, Whcro tier rosy footsteps flyj Wide abroad dr jnnnllo flinging, As tlio anel maid advances, l-'lowcrsatf blcoioing, birds uro singing, In the aunshinu ot'ljer glances. fc!oul of verdure, youMi and bnauty t, Genius of thojgaiof roes, Who ieiay to pay thee duly, Who but in l...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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