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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 November 1845

spiniE B,ariBiB ' lit touched liis harp,niid nations heatd entrniirid.' Tilt: DKIOCB Ol SIGH. B V T . MOOD. One morn Unfottunatr, Wearv of breath, Rnhly importunate, Gone to her death I Take her up tenderly, I.ill her will, care Fashioned so slenderly, Young onu so lair 1 I.nnk nt her garments Clinging like cerements, wliibttlhe ttat'consintillt Drip from her clothing 1 Take her up instantly, Loving, not loathing. Touch her not rornfullt- , Think of her mournfully Gently and hiimnnly 1 Not of the sinins of her All that remains nf her Now, is pine womanly. Make no deep scrutiny Into her mutiny Hash and undu'iful i Past all dishonor. Death has left on her Onl'Mhe beautiful. Where the lamps qt'iver So far in the titer. With tnanv n light Prom window and case ment, 1 From garret to basement, Sho stood, with amaze i ment, I llouschss by night. , The Weak wtnd of March Hide her tremble and shiver t Hut not tho dark arch, eri Or the lilnt'K Ibitviiig rtv- Mad from life's history, Swift to ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 November 1845

wuvlim NOT TUB GLORY OF C 41 S A R DUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER H 1845. VOL. XIX No. 24. BY II. B. STACY. AUTUMN. Autumn is singing a solemn hymn, To tlio year lliat is dyinp now j Liko (.nc of tlio ministering scraphims, With a golden crown on his brow. And his hymn is sweeter, far sweeter to me. Than the merriest chotu of spring, Or the richest and rarest melody, That tho sun -taught summer can sin?. Autumn is strewing tho forest leaves, Crimson and yellow and brown And tho south-west lifts up his voice and gricvet To sea how the leaves come down Dut to mo the forest is dearer far Than with summer's sras o'cr-pread, ' Like a carpet of flowers the crisp leaves arc Yielding music at every tread. Autumn is shedding a glory now Even here through tho city sl;y With rsptuie our wondering spirits bow As we gaio on each sunset dyo. Dut the sunset dyes are more golden and red, The glory more glorious still, Where the rainbow wings of tho west are spread Ove...

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. — 14 November 1845

LAWS OP VBRMOMTi 18 4 5. , No. 1. An AIT to Abolish lliu School l-'und. Il liereliy enacted by tho General Assembly jl tho Mate, of Vermont, as fol'iivvs I Six. I. All tliclavvsnflhi-i State, hcrctofeirepasvd respecting tbc Smc School l'uud,nrc hrreby trpenlcd. Sec. 2. All tho moneys, note?, bum, mortgages and other rccntillcs of every name nnd nature, oiid oil poods, chattel-, riahts nnd credits w hats 'ever, and nil Hn,l which now belong to, nnd constitute the Stale S. hoed I'und, arc herihy trnnsfered to, nnd l.pvdo the property of, iho Slate, nnd shall hcrcaficr be SJ deemed. Sec. 3 The SlntoTicastirrr is hereby direrted to llnMjntialcnnd nnnlv so much of sm.l ninnev. eood. ciatti-ls, ruhlsnnuorediUsolranslerrcd to ilioJitnto, as n'orc-ni,l,ns ma be reepiircil to cancel and cxlin push Iho Indebtedness nf the State r sud l-'iuil, mil the balance of the pre conls'of an I fund shill b. pul inlu the Ticasury fjr the use and benefit of tho S'in. Seed. Nothing in lliii net contained s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 November 1845

A. EDWARDS' CHEAP CAS It BOOK STOKE. No. 1 Peck's Ihtildiiigs. A general assortment ol School, Classical and Miscellaneous Books and Stationery at CtTV PIUCKS. NARTIVRof a Mission to BoMiavn in ttis years 1813-181), to ascertain Ihe file of Colonel Hind dart and Csplain Conollyi by Itev. Joseph WuIH', with engravings, price 2,J0 Nnranvo of the Kxplorcing Expedition to (lie Rocky Mountainsin llio year 1812, and InO-egim nnd Monh Caltfornii, in tlio year 1 1 4 J, by Brevet Captain J, C. Kreoiiioulof tlio Topographi cal Kntrincrrs, , 02c l.ibrurv of Choice ltonlintft lhu F.nalish Comic Writers, by William llnzlitt, , 50c Proverbial Philosophy, by Martin 1'. Topper, 2 parts 73c. The Twins nil 1 Heart, by M. V. Tunper, GOc Selections from Tajlor, llar'ow, South, rullcr, &c. by Basil Montniruc. B'1 Ainaurav, by Dumas, 2c Tlio Authors Daughter, a tale by Mary How-ill, 121c iiio nnicKeriio.-kcr ckcicii, part l cuitcu uy ace vis Oiylord Clark. GO, Autobiography of Alfuric, (rambled by II...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 November 1845

' lie touched hi)linrp,aud tin lions hcnn! entranced.' thu i, ast iwi.n ri.tmnits. nv --ins. lypia i. rinnso.N. Tho list pale fl iwcrs nrc drooping on the sloiii, The 'nt -cir lnes fi'l ll t iug from llio trees The I si, groups of summer' flying corns Are Hilling drill their pining mclodim. Tin) win-Is seem heavy vinecd, ninl linger by. Whispering Id (vcty pile ninl sighing loafj Tho -imlii'ht falls nil (Inn anil iroiuhlinsly, Like hue's foml farewell, through llio mist of uri f There i- a dreamy presence tv cry vvheio, A if of spirits, p-issuig lo and fro i We almost hoar their vui.-cs in the air, Anil feel their balmy pinions lunch llio brow. Wo foil as if a breath might put aside The shadowy curtain of the ''piiil land." Rcvcnhng all the loiod and glutim-d That death hod lukm ft am uiV.-ction's hind. Wcca'l their names, and listen for llio sound Of tluir familiar low voiced mclodirst We look almost expectantly Mound Tor their dear faces, with the loving eyes. We feel them near us...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 November 1845

it TOW. J Sk &sx .l a : J w . not Tixn glory or ozasAR dut t q s w a i. r a n 3 or n o n n B Y II. !. STACY. CURLING TON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 18J5. VOL. XIX... -No. 25. J r I'rom the New York Recorder. The Dying Mothor'a I'raycr for licr Children. The Ilngerine sunbeams bathed her couch In floods at golden I iirli t ; But oh, upon her brow there lay A radiance fnr more bright : Thekindlina oflhe pisvimr soul, With Heaven's undying fire. Told soon the Inint, dull lump of clay, Forever should expire. The dying mother oped tier lips, In sweet and fervent prnyrrj Her little ones were ynihcrcd round. Anil nil save one was there. All 'vn ihn firstlinrr of her flock ' At nl...re, oh, whrrc una Iip7 Tois'd hy the tempest's angry blast Upon the wild dark sea. Each childish toh was hushed tho while, Krtch broken voire was mule, Her words were breathed in soft low tones Like echoes oflhe lute. Clasped in her arms her infant lay, And from its nestling placo Its blue cye'wandereil ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 November 1845

VERMONT LEGISLATURE. TiT.stiAv, 7 u'chck, 1. Mi SHNATB. Mr Smith, front lit- select commute, nn tlio hccn'C l.nv, reported njnirnt tha lull ri'i'c.il.ni! nil exiiina li. eensi! laws, and lilieui-c n p tiled n ln'l empaneling commissi ncrs In nm n I linn wo. iniioujiil mlvintiV the first initial I. ill wns bid on t'ic bible, and the 2d W.1 nrdercl In n 3d reading. llillt inlrodiitid, The bill rmendina clnp. 19 of K. Tt). so thai nnn thiid, nub-id nfonij foimli, of llie money incn'ioned in sec. 32, hull li.' divi Irtl nmonj: lite school districts, was rcccted bv a vole. (if 12 to 17. The bill rcsirniuin.,.tlic nktni of usury, in a Iditinn to chip. 72 nf It. S. was taken' no. Air Vi nn icnin pripised lu ainrnilniont lo the Man-ilc, prohibiting stoo'.-hol.lers in banks troni rtmvunr a Ercnlrrdm den I thin flit pr cent.i lost, by a vote of 11 to l'J. Ordered .i a 3 I rending Iiv n voto of 1 1 lo 12. The bill tmltuij npiirnprintion fur a Cii'nlo.'irnt ptir vey ins t ikeit mi an. I piiil b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 November 1845

Honino ItAZons. -Wo notlco that soap and Water lias been highly recommended. In the place of ( il, to tie used upon hnncs in selling razors and other ttcol Instruments. It Is some years back that iho trial of it was first undo In ErijjUnd, but, from certificates given of its su. perior cleanllnc?s and efficacy would seem dc limbic that il should bo gene'rally adopted. Mr Serjeant Davy, eminent In tho lat centu ry, was once upbraided vvi'li lowering "iho dig nity of tho profession by Accepting silver as fees from a client." "1 look silver," he said, "bo cause I could not get gold j but I took every rap the follow had ; and if you call that lower injr the dignity of tho' profession, I don't know what dignity is." o m ra On ihc lGlh Inst, at St. Pauls Ch uch, by lit. Itcv. J. H. Hopkins, Mr.jAconC. Haivicy loMissLAi'nA L. Habiiisgton, both of llns place. In Richmond, on tlio lllh Inst., by A. U. Cooper, Esq , Mr. Jacob GasEx, of Burlington, to Miss Utton.v. Johnson, of Itichmond. In th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 November 1845

an pi3Usi;vi:haxci;, At one of ttm risi-i-nl nin!i,-r-rir-a in Wit. one. a SDfiatcr Ciln. hi pil m. p-ehorlntion tn wahiviuiiv U HvHIM:; II, U (UIIU-- ,11,4 , A swallow In the Snnni. Crime to our gramry, and 'nealli the caves Bss37l to make a nest, nnd there elid brin;; vtet earth ana straw ami tcavij. D.v after dav she tniled. With patient nit, but ere her work was crowned Some aid mishap Ihetinv fiiliric spoile-el, Aa uasiicj 11 10 tiiu pinunu. Shfi found thi rum tvroimlil. Put not cast denen(. forth from thop'ace -he flew, And with her male, fri sh cirih and tra-ses bro't. And built her nest anew. But -ctrcrlv had shn nliee.l The last 10ft fenlier on In ample tVinr, When wicked hind, 01 chinci-, again .iid waste, And ivroutrht the ruin o'er. fl it still her heart she kr.pt, And toiled attain j -and last niglii, hearing call, 1 looked, and lot three little swallows slept Within the earth-made wall". Whit truth is here. O Man ! Hath Hope been sinuieii 10 it early diwn 7 Have clouds...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 November 1845

NOT THE GLORY OF O H S A R DOT TUB WELFARE OP ROME B Y II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, P1UDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1845. VOL. XIX No. 26. WINTIMt IS COMING. BIT ELIZA COOK, Winter is coming ! who cans! wlio aires? Not tho wealthy and proud, I Irn'V : " Let it cninc," they cry, "what in-nier to ui How chilly tho blasfuiay blow 7" "We'll feast and carouse in our lorJly halls, The cablet of wine wo'll drain, We'll muck at the wind with shouts of mirth And music's echoing strain. "Little cure we for the biting frost, While the lire gives forth it? blaze; -nd what to ua is lliu ilrenry niulii, While wc dance in the u'anlinhi'n ray.1" Ti thus the rich of the lind will tallii But thinl. oh, ye pompous ereai, That the Inrronne -torm vu Innali nt wiihin l-.ll. bleak on III. ..n mi row wtlE ! They hive Mood in thnr veins, ny, pure ns thine, tint nautili to quicken its How They hive limbs that feel the whistling gate, And shrink from the driving snow." Winter is enmintr oh ! think, ye great, On th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 November 1845

CLlftTON PRISON. I around nil night, much of the time In miro knee I deep, the storm continuing unabated. ThoVDcmocratic Itevicw for Nevcnibor, lh ft ferffiS, contains an article on llio " Clinton Prison," j It, and concluded to take nn easterly direction, . .' . . , " ' , ,', ". , ., ... . ,'by which they hoped eventually to reach Lake fro:n jvluch we shall take tho liberty of I ciinmplain. making.ii.few extracts. Tho compliment I They were this time more fortunate i In their . , 1 bourne, n tho weather was clear. In tho alter-. I) J id to 111 C scientific uua ifieatioiiF. Inlr-rri. ' ,. ii, niAirnachnl a road, about seven or ty, firmness and !nud judgment of he XdllicaTilicy nlsois'overcd irAtii. rixf-M Pnm- P.. mr.!..ht. - t.H ..,..! Vntiin nf Tni-n'u ith eunsnnd slid. AL' were tcfp'inse rrom every citizen, in tins section, iy stillln who lias watched the progress of things at Donnomora or is acquainted with the obsta cles tho agent has encountered and success, fully, overcome. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 November 1845

M. G. RATHBUN & CO. MERCHANT TAILORS. HAVE again returned from New-York with on additional supply of CLOTHS, CASS1MERES, VESTINGS, AND Trimmings, Among which are Blue Blk., Drown, Gold Mi.tJ. and 111k. French Beavers, Blue Fltk , Brown, Green, Blue, and Blk. French Cloths, Plain and Kind. Illk. Dno Skin Cassimercs, Blk. Satin, Plain and Sirlpd. Barn then.Scrg dc Rome, and Velvet Vcsiings, Blk, Brown, and Drab Velvets, do do do Sergcdy and Buttons, together with a large assortment of Fancy Cassimcrcs and Vesiings. Also, Shirts, Bosoms, Collars, Cravats, Suspenders, Taps Measures, cVc. &c. Bnrlinaton, Nor. 25, 1845. M. O. tUtlibuti, V. P. Ward. NEW YORK and BOSTON SKOB STORE. THE subscriber offers to the Ladies rind Gentlemen of Burlington, and to the public at large, tho fol lowing stock of Oood9 which he will sell on terms which will satisfy thu buyer, for Cash. For Ladies' Wear. Satin Slips, Whito French Kid Slips, Black do do do, Buskins and Half Gaiters, Walking Shoes and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 November 1845

From the Dub'in Nation. OUU t'AITII. The slave may tirttrn of his toil. Anil at his las-U repine Thn imn'v nrm will di:; tlio scil Unht tl reach Ilia mine t N" toil ui'l make tin' bruve man quail, No ti.nc Ins pMicnce trv. An. I ifhe tnul Hie word "mfait," IK' only menu- to d:c." What is a ycnr in untie like oun1 The prmi !et ccr p'nnncd To tiav Oppression's w tllien'ng powers, And fl iu iir native find ! Oh! tii.myn ycir wen' hriicly past, And tinny n life well lost, If ldesini such ns the-e, nt tit, Were purchase) nl iheir coal ! The seed lint jieldsnnr daily bread Not for a ycnr we reap, Cut whrn ihe fjudfllv crniri we spread, We hold the labor cheap Vet ere I'm winter snow appear, Mml other dml he sjwn, For inin consumes tlio golden cats As i'iielity as they're toun. Not n ihe harvet freedom yield!1, Tdl ht for oj.'ph l-inf, If ihnse w'u nil her irlor !. field, Ite steadfast, lit.ne.nnd siroriiit Shall vp, then, hopee-ly complain, Hecaiise its rnmih i slow, When thotminN di-j In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 December 1845

tee . .W - . ... l . - - - - - NOT THE GLORY OP a f S A B OUT THE WELFARE OT COME RY IT. nrsTTov " nFFLINGTtTNT Tfi h MO NT, F 11 IDA Y, D E C E HI BE il 5, 1845. r0L. XIX No. 27. A SONG Ol' STEAM. DV CEO. W. CUTTER. Hsrnesmedown with your iron bands, Ha sure of Iho curb anil reign For I scorn the poucr or your punny bands, As tho tempest scorns a chain. How 1 laushcd ns 1 lay concealed from sight, For m-iny n countless hour, At the childish boast ol human might, Add tho pride of human power. When I saw on army upon the Und, A navy upon the seas. Creeping along n snaiMikc band, Or wailing the wayward brcezct When I marked lho peasant faintly reel With tho toil which he daily boro, As ho feebly turned the lardy wheel, Or tugged at tho 'weary oari . When I measured the panting courser's speed, Tho flight of the courier dove, As they horcthc law a king decreed, Or thu lines of impatient love t I could not but think how the world would feel, As these were ciutstripp'd afar, When I shoul...

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. — 5 December 1845

4 I.OWUl.l, AS IT WAS, AM) As IT Is. The fnllmiiiit oMr.trlf, from n work rorenlly published under tlii- life, liy llio Iluv. Henry A. Stiles. we rnpy us se'cclcd and digested by tliu Philadelphia N irlli American-- Tliey gito much curious information in ,i compact form. !TATS1ICS Of" LOWELL TAKEN IX 1913. Population 30 0C0 fr.mph.jcel In ami about nulls, or cnnnceled Willi t lie mechanical emptoy incut I'Vinales (! 320 Male 2,9139,21. Chnr h '4 31 Mill. I!) Honors belniiiMne to t lit: Corporations. 250 Capitil Stock iim-t.d KfJOdO.OOO Weekly nuke ..I chub I IV1 100 tls. Which is per .minim 7S,ffia,0t,0 (! This is nearly cm null to bill thcglubetwii i-roiind. 1 early consumption nft-otioti 01 ICiObilfS, Printed call.. i annually m.i.lc ll.000,(OU )da - Cunsuniiition annuatiy. Coal 12 3 JO ton J. Wood 3 270 it n's, O.l 17 000 calls. Chnrc.ial urOMlObii-h. Starch 1)0 COO lbs Paid out for labor per annum.... 5-1,500,000 Rv ariaiiocmciits now maMim and undo, winch will probably bo seim ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 December 1845

I Messrs. Brinsinniri & Brothers, DKSlRKln Inform lliotuihlic Ihul they hate sumo whal iiilare,cii nnd increased their nssorlmcnt n J variety, nnd unite (.very man, woman iind-child, who has the lcasl wish to ilo so, 10 c.nl and no what wehavo loshew nud tell. In the line of Gold and Silver Goods, our slock Is ns itnn I nml extensive ns wo rait nffurd to keep, and mn -li superb r In what mo have In I the pleasuroof udorina lo our customers before. Those who wish lo buy Hold Watches, Spectacles, Thim bles, Pencils, Chains, Kings, I'ens, I.ockels, llracc lets. Snaps, Huckles, or any tiling in the jctulry lino Will bo supplied low, Clocks mid I,ooUliR-Olnc, by tho nunnilty or single Mill ho sold at the lowest possible prici'S, our stock in these hues will bo romm superior to any others, and our prices as low as tlio lowest. . . Solar, Hall ami Store l.amp, Oil and Gamphcnc I.nmpi fot Parlor Halls, Stores, etc. Limp Ulasscs nnd Witk-, Candltslicks, ismif fcrs and Tray in ureal varie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 December 1845

TO TRAVELLERS. fci THU. Subscriber hiving hlilv purchicd and fillid up the well known house commonly ealhd t!ie 'F.ldridgu Snnd,' nbout iliriT mitt'i rat of Uurlington Sc lire, would iiirntm his ftiuitl and t lie public tlint ho ii prrpircd lu administer It) llm wanlsnl Imili mill ami hoisliii a miniicr whkh fic ctiliro satis fiction. TI.A..l!TI?li-', and others Iravclhng on tho turnpike, arc respectfully liivilcd to five him a call. His bittis nro large and coinmodinu, Outlets steady nml faithful, nml no pains will lie spired to unite this Hoti-c emphatically iho "THAVELLnit's iiu'ir." ,. y.r.xo d. iiisiioi'. Burlington, Oct. 22, 18 13. TZ JI'.H'Hld,, II WtltlSON Al Co. COMMISSIO It MER CllA NTS, And Dealers in PRODUCE! AND PHOVISIOMS. iVo. 3 0 Water st., between Coenties Slip if llroad tt Abm.S. Jewell, ) S. I. Il.irri. NLW-VORK. C. D. Van Wnj-encn, ) Refer to Messrs I'idlrtI it Hradlry, Messrs. J. & J. 'I. JVi It. it Co. 17y 1 Uurlington, F Oil SALI.. Two couri.nl wigrnns, fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 December 1845

NOT T H P I. O T OF O M llAJJ BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1845. VOL. XIX No. 28. B Y H. B. STACY. PRESIDENT MESSAGE. Fellow -citlxens of the Senate and House of Representatives : It li to me a source of unaffected satisfaction to meet tho representatives of the states and the peo ple in Congress assembled, as it will bo to receive the aid of their combined wisdom In the admin, titration of public affairs. In performing for tho firtt time the duly imposed on ino by tho constitu tion, of giving to you information of thp state of the Union, and recommending to your consideras lion such measures as in my judgment are neces sary and expedient, I am happy that I can eongratu late you on the continued prosperity of our country. Under tho blessings of Divine Providence and tho benign influence o( our free institution?, it stands before the world a spectacle of national happiness. With our unexampled advancement in all the elements of national greatness, the affection of the pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 December 1845

wm PIB118! Till! l'HEMIUIJM'S MKHS.UiK. The Presidents Messaec naturally attracts a large lure of I lie public amentum, not so much for nny hew, or important facts CTpee ed in il, Inastnii -h 09 snactivc new-paper" Press generally' anticipates the nieculivr, hut becafic Ids the only' Stile pafor of .our country, which is ircticra'ly tinj hy forcuncts, nil Fisreigu nnliin. lOnn.po.itu ns biih lint init nnr Kaecupve wilh theirs, naturally, nlthouah Unornntlv, presume the American executive lo hn ihe American monarch, with dignities, honors, nntl rrspottsibilit'i-e, equil lo theirs, wheirns he is but the exponent, nut the representative of llic people. In this point of view, what the President siy of eur Foreign relation-becomes, in n certain sense, im portant, not thai he can involve us in wnrfaro without Ihe concurrence ul our own popular and Stale repre tative's in Connrcss, hut beCause tors i in unions, mis taking his prerogatives fancy, he hasjome su'-h puw er, and so confound an ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 December 1845

CJTRAVRD on the 9ih ins', a small Hod Cow, lml V on hf horns i Rope when she left i ny Infurma. ton ol aid tow will be dulv reworded by . HOIMCI-. WHEELER. . .Burlington, December II, 1343. 23w3 LOST. ON the Shelbitrn rnai, between lliii villaae and Mr Inglcsby's Firm, on Tuesday ctenine last, n May's bla:k Lynx Boa. The finder will be suitably wsroea uy leavinif 11 at Inn Plilce. its ICslniv. JT1 AMK inla the enclosure of ihe subscriber on lhr V S9ih of Nov. lust, one huh! bundle, nnd two deep red yearlings. The owner is desirtd la prole runeriy, pay charm and take mm nway. t.. T. SI'IHOUE Dorset Street Burlington, Dec. Btli, 1815. Messrs. Biinsmiiiil & Bi ol hers, DESIRE to Inform the public that they hnvc some what enlarged and increased ilieif assortment and variety, and invito every man, woman and child, who his the lenst wih to do so, in call and sea what wt hare tu shew and sell. In l'ie line of Gold and Silver Goods. our ttack is as cnod and extensive as we can nffVd to ...

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