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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 December 1837

,XjjJmr "m '(Jl . l t.l lilt .iW'.! iKii'l 'B itL'T" !T Xf,3S,iS10. R, 0 Y t . DEpMBEE 29, 183 7. - i.ir in ; x-imiI no. m i.-xi 'ill f. ' 1 "TO- lHiiW.IrcriI,Jorpmg,Jij, . m --b I ' - . .:..t mWribcr Two Dollarila nir ic, wl,o receiro llidr papera at flic officii, fVe,rTnlcrMl will be l.!cd. ich N P- ... ...i .mm iirrp.irnsrs ore nam. cxrrui hi fii. imlili.licr. OnWl.y-n.fc.il mutt ,,u..i. i,r JUU rillNTlHU ntullv.exe- All I III H hort doucb " .-- laics of Vermont, , RESOLUTIONS. Tf.XAS-SLAVEUY, &c: . RwiW h the Seriate anil' House of ratiUUttS, Tllniour oraoiors in. voi)- .1 ia mo their it uuL'nct' ui idiu uouv f5lCU . , . 1. ...rant inp nniiuAunuii wi iu .1 ..Xtimt. nl 'I .ivnfr tit ftiA tocrtf, Thai, representing as wo uo People of Vermont, wo ao, nereoy, in r name. aui.i.ri.w. . ............ unexalioii in any iuiiii. , . j R(wri, That as the Representatives nr I n;u v ui ...... ... r. . : i ill. rtdmieainn mm Trim I mmn !f Sulc iVijUau l.llltituiiiyia iwiy i un.J uu- . . . ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 December 1837

VERMONT rMEIVIX. Friday Morning, December 20, 1837 Congress. It will bo seen by our Con gressional reports this week, thauhe Speak er of tho Ilouso found great difficulty in procuring any Viig representative to servo on the Com'mittt'o of Wnys and Menus after the treatment experienced by Mr Fletcher. Mr Briggsof Mass. and Mr Everett of this State both declined tho appointment. Tho Committee consitts of 9, of whom six wero Loco Foces and it would hardly do to add another administration manwJA?Wina rubf,,l',lKVimsrfftrTlfmovnK tho refer "l,7,;". t"" 1 o memorial Was ralhcr so mSS? 0tfJJ!2l the Committeo might be instructed to head the document 1 THE CONSTITUTION PROSTRATED! It is with tho deepest rcget that we nro compojled to announce that tho Constitution of ihu United States has been violated by tho Mouse of Representatives, and some of the most valuable and important privileges of freemen have been wrested from us by the Hotspurs of the South through' tho neglect of somo of the No...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 December 1837

-'tWa Message. 11 v si KIIJI" - r , ht t . From therQuimy (Ohio) Arg. notlhfenY and Xtmintr.n .ailnni B lllVU-JWh I - 1 T . . " wwmi tntlinnr to emntv l.tnrhpa'n.l tOnson to dodbt. that n (lnrriKfn mnri-fAt ttrn inn nuui rj -- . . . . ,.uu . hi us. uuiu luuiivv hum mi iiui. i kwiiuH umik wi:cits ui a jiuusu ii WW . nnti-nili Is tin for cnnairifrA short distance this Mtlo nf flt.rinrrfln.rl in 111 - , . 1 1 t. . I. ilHH 41 ....... ...IXIftTU IV ft Fl n If SB. I ll I. MM I 1 I . I &c. Nothing lias been done of lived in the libuse, buti until tho facts are . ...I.nrn. , 1 - IT J ' j " - i " i iiiruauiiutiuili .mno nil-" - . jm..1 l t - . i. . . tYADi"- :- - . ... mk -r,A,imiJrtS..I. ..n. ti, House were in session until fliers "'"., n.i m iuuuwi. l"? rt J A .!, ...., .U.. I A DOOr WOthnn. ivilh tun dhlMrin . . i. Mr Underwood who was upon tho " .V: WO 8 : C-..-.' .. r? .1.1 . i.. i ....i... l.'.vnrnsa vimi ii!t. nfiririKenn i viiik iu whiiuuui-iu. wui.ii mum uvcr- mjvi . , .... :......

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 1837

' The - i 100S,' Wl to SeYs.OnV followinir 'is .d'escrlbtlve of Th'i vith their 'oiiuroririate apnlicali human lifo; 'Howswlflly pass our years I- ' J How s6on their night comes on I ' V. train-of hoifes and fears, ' And human lifo is goncl ' Sec, the fnlr summer now is paMj ' - The foliage fato that clad tho trees; Stript by tho equinoctial blast ' ' Falls like the d6w-drops oh the breeie. . Cold winter hastens on I Fair nature, feels his grasp;. Weeps o'er her beauties gone, , And sighs thy glory pastl So,' life, thy summer soon will end, Thine autumn too, will quick decay, , And winter conic, when thou shalt,bcnd Within the tomb to mould away I But slimmer will return, . In all her beauties dressed; Nature shall rejoice again' I And be by ninn caressed. But O, life's summer, passed. away, Can never, never hope return; . i Cold wintor comes with cheerless psy, To beam upon its dreary urn. Then may 1 doily seek A mansion in tho skies, "Where summers .never ceaso And glory never die...

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 1838

lER MO N T P HE If I X as , l- ! H BH ATTLEBORO, Vt.. JA.UUART 5, 1838. 'NO; I ad "Ji it I eficial icr j. corf laioi) or, 14 0lOTi'S PIKE NIX, I . . i t-'ritln v Miimlns, lit hi. 11 It Y T II K . LJllI1''l'lil,S,"c'u,J 0rl'u,1' Clime'j m iv.ti.... n ( r"' .,riic llmlr ptilicM ut Ilia officii, .. - iini mnila l llio cxnun- h'- " 1 ' . .. Ill I.- ml.Ul. Iff No 1)11- 4wr.,n'.ii ..rrmrniiri) are iwl.l, csrfiH nl III"""1"'. ... (1,,1-r.liv mail tmiat niil'l'1-!" . mi ..... .....nt... itllcnllnil. ill) r iwy " la .HIVTIVf! i.n..llu nvfl. ImHuhU f JU" "';- -IV- t""" . I n.wti-rnli-tcrmm Fur lli" Vermont 1'liii.nix. ...... T 1, T.- fill: Y lrt " . . .l.tl,.. .lurk tiour. 1 . i . c e'er mini lait : many already engaged in it. and .many of the Mores have ceased ,to keep nlcoliol. 1 un derstand thai there v i 1 1 be ninny petitions nresented.to llie Legislature, which is to meet jiijrcspprii requesting them to puss n law to stop tlio sale of it in taverns, stores, &c. - Yours, &c. W. L...

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 1838

m it i sill? I 11 VERM ON -HP- PHffilVIX. I Fuidav. Dec. 29 John nnd. Bophia Robinson appeared at .Frldny Morning, Jnnnnty s, 1830. tha bar this morning to receive sentence. , Tiiey produced tho llttlu tin d. JS izabcth KinvtittoMn a irinl wna had on the Bright, whom they Were convicted of kid mh nnd Qlst nit . in the Municipal Court ol napping, and ir wns 'delivered, by order of llnfnn t.C Tnlin l?nfiinirtn find Ins wife, who Court to its jruardian. Mr Bricht. are colored persons, on tho following counts : 'i ney were men sentenced to pay a tine oi Tho first charges that tho Defendants, on " i jr j-.. tho 17th day of September, A.T. 1837, at ,uu ---" sentence incy a... Cambridiro. so zed and confined and imnris- lKU,KU ""-cu io give oan m me n Murtnin fnmrttrt f litlrl if Inmlur tfi'rtfQ I SUCH Oi . nr r. r ..nH in nn.l tne trexi term oi Hie supremo Judicial kidnapped said child tcith intent to cause herCoan which they immediately did in ht jrtW rtMiit rft7 iffinri tnuif in fil ' '...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 January 1838

UPPER CANADA. From Buffalo papers of lhe'27th 'ult., wo gather tlio following! Tho Marshall of the northern district of New York had appointed thirty deputy tnarslialls in the city of Buffalo. In consequenco of threats said to have been uttered by certain individuals attached to the Government of Uppor Canada, to vio late the neutrality ol our territory und to at tack the city of Buffalo, for the expression of the sentiments of its citizens on the pres ent struggle in tho Canadas, the Executive Comniiitce of thirteen on Canadian nflliirs had met and passed resolutions pledging themselves to raise and arm a volunteer corps, to hold themselves in readiness, at tho call of 'ho Common Council, to protect the neutrality of the American territory, and to defend the city. Argus. Prom die Dollilo Com. Adv. of tlie27di. Thinss are approaching a crisis. The Gorcrnor lias been transporting boats Irom Niagara in waggons, to Chippewa, where breast works have been thrown up opposite Navy Island. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 January 1838

m ALMANACK. FOR 1838. r- 4 January Fkbiujauy March April May &5 R 3 , 3 7. 11, Ml.. M8 4 ' IV 18 ,25 1 8 15' 22 29 5 ai2 1U .20 .3 3 o 9 , lti 23 30 G 13 20 27 4 11 ' 18 25 1 8 15 22 29 G 13 20 27 June July Auoust 3 10 17 24 1 8 15 22 29 -5 12 19 2G Skptkmber 2 9 IG 23 30 October 7 14 21 28 November . 4 11 18 December " . 2 9 1G 23 30 5 G 12 13 19 20 20 27 2 3 . 9 10 10 17 '23 24 30 1 , 7 8 14 15 21 22 '28 29 ' 4 5 11 12 18 19 25 20 2 3 9 10 10 17 23 24 30 31 ' G 7 13 14 20 21 27 28 3 4 10 It 17 18 24 25 1 2 8 9 15 10 22 23 29 30 ' 3 10 17 24 31 7 14 .21 28 7 11 21 28 4 11 18 25 o 9 10 23 30 a 12 19 20 G 13 20 27 G 13 20 27 4 11 18 25 1 8 15 22 29 12 19 .20 3 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 28 3 4 11 18 25 1 8 15 22 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 2G 3 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 28 5 12 19 20 9 10 23 30 G 13 20 3 12 19 20 2 9 10 23 2 9 10 23 30 G 13 20 27 4 11 18 25 1 8 15 22 29 0 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 28 3 10 17 24 31 4 11 18 25 .) 12 19 20 4 11 IS 25 1 8 15 22 29 0 13 20 27 12 19 20 9 10 23 30 7 1...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1838

.Bi Mi"'fT 7 tjM M, f I IT -: W' TO' W' INte'TNl im i i iiiii.i.in; : , i j l .... .. ....!.! tv t : ' v ': j '; t)?" If ". 1 ' chiuon riifflivix, p11lt!ilic.lcu-rytfrWayMlns;L'; " fr m ii V ' . ,. hi. rt.i!l.l iniri iin.irlto. uWri'wr Two,Di(llnr n jrsnr. ; ili.mr inM;t ot ihcullicrj 1 nrnil nhf muita fit tlip liktlirU !" .". 'A. ...!M iu ,V.l'...l Vr-T'lf,.-t,'4 i;p ,piriincrt will lio .i. 1 1" 'rep No't J until arrearages u're paid, except at . ..riho ntilili.lier. Orders by mail lnum .i,i;.l4 .f JOIJ PRINTING ticallv exc- al iliorl iimimmm . '---- ---'- i a I J t . J 1 'MMMMTTflWIMMMTTMlWilfWillli ti lll$"ci'for .'fuffllW'Hls'itifnsf. VnVkVrlil N.'l.lnr.' tinnV. fbi. Ssi:it,nf.?,r..fi.,l iojiim'tJiiSnrh-6T'huWdjrt'd to ilium. Sir, wo rill'-remembet' "(he "itthCl ittrtil.t 'tir.il rnoilrnittrj I ' N Vvill'SiiVcly fe'coi rinW afraid I ' in 'in. v .. pic i no reonie united the l'eon 6 onnoi- mirHifl.fMn n r. nh-il m muituMiuiu iiiuu mi uriny wuir unji-iinc ociion upon it. uiu that ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1838

nd fly, or tako bounty, and desort from his post whilst tho People are in arm to back html Sir, in conclusion, my object in rising was &tm ply to call tho attention of this committee nnd of the country to this extraordinary is sue raised between th6 President nnd the People. Tho President nnd his party hnvo used and abused the local bank capital of the nation for the worst purposes of political prostitution todestroy anational bank and to carry into operation tho first Executive "experiment." And they turn round and ac cuse the People, in turn, of being- bribed and corrutlted bv the influence of this same Inn! bank capital 1 Sir, I shall vote against tho reference of this Executive charge against the People to any committee whatever, and more especially to the Committee of Ways ana means. VERfflOMT FIMEIVIX. Friday Morning, January 12, 1838. Mu Wise's Steecii on our first page is well worthy the nllenlive perusal of every one. He is very severe and justly so up on that part of t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1838

Seven Dors later from Europe. The London papers nro filled with Par- i t " j ?..- liimcntnry ueuaics una mo umsions 01 opin inn III l'u ilK "v auuiKM Ul Mil n.r.m nil . voto bv bal ot. &, T-nrd Urougham had come forward In the Houeo of Lords,as mc cnampion oi mis uin, nnd i..fl made a very cVoquctn- speech. Lord Tnhn Russell hud avowed an opposite course . n r - mi. j'n- !n tne riouso ui vuinuiuus, i nu u titer . between these two distinguished lead .r had created a ffood deal of excitement and meetings were called by the Reformers lo condemn tlio course 01 Lioru John Ilus Stl. Lord Brougham declared himself in fa tor of immediate emancipation of the sluves in the West Indies. The Queen's speech appears to hnvogiv , eenerul satisfaction, particularly in the House, wiierc mo huuikob vuuuiug oacK honorable sentiments, was adopted unani mnlltlv. The troubles in Lower Canada had just began to reach England. The first steps taken by tho Attorney General, although mitil verv mild, to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1838

For tlic Vfiinont I' Mm Eprroii l'nlo Borrow durl nlhwnrt the kyi aioom linges lowly vulo nn.1 moiminhijjlglii And the centre Imll Inn n mournful lone, -Wlillo iho blcitk Wlnd howl nn I !t alone, And llilitk Imw long the tedlom winter Whoii we'to no money to pny llio printer, And must forego (lie rfradlng o'er '"" Tlio I'litpntx wo Inno wclcoinM to our' door. Tlio liinca tlio ltmc nro linfd, olid criili U tare, I look nliont, wfint linvo we, omi wo epuiul To win our bright iimiulng friend iijpiln, Who brightened enro by twining.!!! Iicr truin Tlio ricl.; vnrlety the mind retircn To kccpulivc the Intellectual firli. Ituliftix, Jnnunry It 1839. VOVEHTV. THE STATES. Sub-Treasury Scheme. We hnvenow re ceived the Messages dr tlio Governors of nine of the States, viz : of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky. South Carolina, Georgia. Alabama, nnd Louisiana. They ure generally character ized by abilitv and spirit all of them, ex cept one, defend the credit systerh, and but one...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1838

'llliiillilijlilll 5 far VERMONT PHCEMIX. &3 IV. BHATT1EBORO, Yt7 JaYv A 11 Y "19 1 8 3 s umimwjiu.ii 1 1 ..-Minhwifri ' , , L' , , ,',, imllJlJ NO. 20 and.t! atwre. ass 4M.I ulcer.; "nut fe. "guard J'cc anil iuuiliel ufSt 'S truin ales. lies lei: 1'Vltl. 'Tf it, and boftlc. '0U'mIic.I FriJ,,y Morning, by JI . Xj . It x 1 II I'j XI . I 2 lill' Building, nenrly iippoulc Cliuto'j Stage House. -To ("ingle tnWrll-cni Two T)ullnr n'jrnr. miO www n" .. ...,.....,... ,.,., wfi rp.iniciu 11 noi ninua ni inc expmi- .p'jr wtcictl will I10 ud.lW. Ep Nu 1111- Limiinl """I arrearage bio p:i!il, except lit Emif the pilili.licr. Order by mil i I must UWUO'U f J011 PllINTINa iicHllycxc Ltiorl "nu " ,"01,cra"; icrniH. SScJto I? rrio tft'er Uhode haoia, "ginia, ificatts uf ihe d New quaint- Him. a litile inacea. r of the le d- lidciict ir-fara- ling It) the ar- -PS. ca n. 1 hare at mjr rodure that it f orJF-physi- rd tne ulc of 1 hare ormtr cealo Cf from die l!.iHinioro A.ncncan. 1 1 ... 1 .. . -...

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 1838

V3BM'OJVT PIKE IV IX OPrldny .Morning, Jnnnnrr 1 1838. JVNOTIIEIt PET BANK -GONE H PnMMnVWHALTJI iBa-NK, at .Boston, nn fi.il..fl with a larco nrifount -df govern- mnnt fnnils in its -hantls. This wns ono of Gen. Jacksons (favorite pete nnd iins boon managed, up to the present lime, by .uovoieu adherents to thodnci.'son-.vnn uiurenaamin istrations, who have rtlso hdld the highest of ficcs in Boston in the gift or the President, In this banlf, too, wcro placed the govern, ment funds, in Boston, when the .public de- positcs were removed by tho ex-President from tho U.S. 'Batik, because, as tio oiicdg- cd, the-y wero not safe in that institution ! 1 v. r. 11 . Ax i i in tUO'Tugs- 01 iiiis-unna, too. naa uiu guv eminent naid off its OTeditors 'in Mnssnchu setts, while it wns exacting specie for duties nnd postages from 'thcveiy same people, nnd while the Members of Congress wero paid in gold. This bank, too, was ono among others which Gen. Jackson highly extolled oh litis messages, and ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1838

. v siriesS rnporlf mcc. ving 'ba he pow'1 ss to o' ( fprt9 idewtif not to be csolnti"11 ,d tent to rs. A long and spicy debate followed upon a .resolution introduced by Mr Adnms, calling ifor information in 'regard to some letters or papers from tlio JVlcxlcnn .Minister, Gores ,tiza, said to bo in thchands -of itbe iGoneiD. Government. Mr Adams mndelhis rmtnln. tionlbe groundwork of a bold attack .upon ho Administration, lor not preserving its jR'Ulrni reunions wmi jvioxico. Tlio lix President called bis illustrious Ex-Presi-.dent successor ony.tbinp :but un 'honest or a Drove niun m mo uvutius wim iviexico. JVir Menifee, of ,Ky, was even yet morce- Teronnn mumuieu, in-strongm-rms, itliat.the ilcro of .New 'Orleans acted U'oownrdlv.nart 1 ...i.L . ' un insaeauugB wim mexico. Tins declaration, and ione or two others Hike it, elicited the ire or General Thomp son of South Carolina, who.isn warm and .ardent friend of J exos, and n favor of the annexation of Texas to thcUnitsd States. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1838

Mtol 0 Vtum tho Si Lmiln Bulletin.' HICIIAIID CRAWFORD the toiioer. It is nol porhops goncrall V known, that this individual, who has recently been sentenced ut Louisville for u forgery, under thu assum ed .name of A. C. Woods, upon Forsyth & Uo. was for some months Inst spring, a lesi dent of our city. Tho following liicts re specting Crawford, wo feimi from a gentle man who hnd with him a personal ncquain' twice. Ho is tho son of respeclnblo parents in the Stnto of New York. Ilis education has been good, and his manners nro accom plished and those of a man accustomed to refined society. In person, he is finely form ed, dark complexion, dark eyes, black hair, nnd his nsro cannot bo far from thiity. Ilis first debut upon tho stage of the world, wns nt Now Orleans, where for some timo ho transacted nn extensive business ; rind final ly wound up liis concerns by swindling a New York gentleman, who had furnished him with capital, out of the sum of 880,000 1 Ho then lull New Orleans...

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 1838

T ERMONt PHCBMIX t. iv- BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JANUARY 26, 1838. NO. 21. ruhlUticd every Friday MurnmR, lijr E . ItYTlU2 .lt. 0.2 Hill'" B"il"n8 nr!jr ,i)P?'ii;Sl,,,0 Stngo llotue. " . ; . To linutc itiWrfliers Two Dullar n vrnr. jcl niu rcreivc llieir papers tit llic oflicfl, earr If payment l not itintle nt llic explro f'A ,cir inlercl will lio ntl.'od. 'Or2" No pie .-....I until iirrcariureii re nuid. exri-til nt 01,1 .l- ....f.lwhpr. Orclpr In mail nitit ,..n (II I C lufl"-f w 1ST 1'AlD ur ''"J w recr,e nttcntion. uf JOU PIUNTINU ncallvexc- m.. r.il.iuni'' Lines were coinimrcil l)v n L-irl nu .... o , jean nt W Fur llic Vermont Plnmix. TO A FLOWER. .i. tmttf itvppl firt tlimi. nfieuai" "u w l ... mi lite Autumn come. .1. .. t -In tit. iii.nl hnrl.iinn . .1 nnil L lea Hit rrrmiml 'veWCiuncciu- . 1' . I. tn I lift tjilltll hen iei "a " - i .)'. ltL ihnt in nilm ri'nnnn. w utile nowcri u j . i ... .1 . . I j ..e I. . . ... .-..it. . 1 ' .l 1. The following story, tnny not be un- r t. SEW...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1838

what was tho reply? The Pkesidknt had VOUCHED FOR Mn WOODBURY'S 1NTEOR1TY AND ADILtTY, AND ALL ATTEMPT AT IN VE8TIOATI0N WAS DENOUNCED AS AN ISSUE M-iTii Tim iiitnn op New Orleans. In nuirv was ronelled investigation was ba! fled tho just demands of the public were evaded or treated with eonlumolv and iicg lect. Air Woodbury knew thnt the system must explode, and he was afraid to let the public know it. Ono of tho circumstances made public by tho explosion of the Boston put bank is the fact, THAT SIX OF Tills IMMEDIATE FRIENDS Of THE ADA1INISTUA TlON IN NEW ENGLAND, NAME LV. JOHN K. SIMPSON, HALL J HOW. CHARLES HOOD. S. S. LEW- IS. WILLIAM PA It M ENTER, AND ISAAC HIIiL ARE COLLECTIVE LV INDENTED TO THE COMMON WEALTH BANK IN A SUM EX CEEDING THE WHOLE AMOUNT OP ITS CAPITAL OF SiiOO.OOO. Let it be borne in mind that these tremen dous abuses and corruptions have been per petrated and countenanced by men prolesseuly hostile to tho credit system. Had they not been manifestly laboring fo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1838

. ... I 1 : npn 01 s ; iiuw uiui.ii ui M1" ,v on denosito in that bank, nt y vno C it Wl 'ebstcr imnrk! icJ tlin lould I lubbar Mr .1. uMistcr supported the resolution w ?.w remarks; in the course of which maintain0".1"? '". '"J " m ' i... ho uniform. . .Lf Mr Webster hnd intended to inti- I I 1 ttrlfl ril U w r .,'tliat tliesc payments were mode by the Sn of the' Secretary of the Treasury. Mr Webster replied thiit this was a very " i!.... nnmtiinn. Ilu had made no ation at all. He proposed un inquiry, nit as "c ellt'mnn Lfr.0,uI N. H. was so niious to know what his intimations, np L..:n. nnd representations were, he iirht be allowed to indulge in a conjecture "'O Tl.. miclit coniecturo that tho nileman'was prepared in case- this subject :lMi come up to show that the Secretary t Treasury haJ no band in the matter. 0ftne ! J t1.,M,,r,l n nnnetinn . trilfSS. 'u tie now asueu n - . wialicd to know whether it was not the f Vt that it was within the. knowledge of the fact Sec ecrt'try Hi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1838

f,,, j j. For tlia Vertdnnl Phcrnlxk u u ''WHY DON'T HE COMEr?': .' Written for a pictorial Illustration in Miss J.V's Album. ''"'"T "Why drfnH hccomel" mo thinks I hear In sweetest tones these words, As falls upon the list'ninjr ear ' The melody of birds. Am) from some solemn, still retreat, Or from some happy home, As mild ns echo's soft repent, Is heard "Why don't he come!" x u . -t , Why don't ho cornel me thinks I hear Those words as oft of yore, From hearts now cold that once were dear, From lip that speak no more; The (lowers are crushed thelovcd ones dead, And fallen in their hloom, Add from the parent roof has fled ' Tho notes "Why don't he come!" Why don't he come! I hear it now, As fancy pictures forth Her mild bright eye, and high pale brow, The smile of playful mirth, And the inquiring look of lovo That drew me to my home; As from her spirit voice above It speaks "Why don't he come?" Why don't he romel to me 'tis hushed There's none to bid me cheer; No eyes look bright ...

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