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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 December 1866

i . . Str eami asm taw mjtmai suv s. tannr bm. ni 2 yawtr vv. NEW SERIES VOLXII BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MOKNINOr, DECEMBER 521 1800 NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE I P o c 1 1' y The l'irtt Mow Kali. The snow bad begtra i SraW? And botfly all fc.'," . w hh . eHe JI whl,t- Bnrr fir aaJ kemkek, HvJe ermine too dear for an earl, a.ai! the poorest twig on the elm tret Was fringed inch deep with peati F-oni sheds new roofed with Carrara, Came Chanticleer's muffled crow. The stiff rails were softened to swan's .lowu Aod still flattered dowB the snow. I stood and watched by the fiiodow The noiseless work of the tkj, Aho" the Mtdiiefi aurriesof snow-flake. Like brown leave whirling by. I thought of astound in tweet Auburn, IfLtie a little head-stone t:od How lie flakes were folding it gently, Asdli robin the babes in the wood. Up spoke i ami little Mabel, having, "Father, who makes it sn f" And I told ber of the good A It-milter Who carts frr us all below. Ag 'n 1 looked at the snow-fall. And thought ot...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 December 1866

C. G. 4. li. I- HE.NEIJICT. EDITORS A3D rBnPRlETOCS. FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 18GS. THE WEEKLY FREE 1'KBS The BCBUaCTos WkiKLr Free Pitts s is pub lislied every Friday morning, and contains tLe latest news) reports cf Boston markets and Cam ttridzs Cattle Market ; fallSUte, County and ocal ntcllljence ; well selected Miscellany, Jc, e v care an& outlay will bo sjiareJ to make It a re taUe, interestinc am. valuable family journal. Tlie circulation cf the Fbee Tress exceeds that of any paper In the reelon, and It Is. there fere, an unrl railed medium for advertisers We desire to give additional attention to the -til ncirs cf the various towns in this and adjolnins Counties, In uhlch our Weekly has a numerous cir culation, and shall esteem it a favor If our reader will forward us aar items of Interest. A pnoinlnients and Itcmuval. Tlic liill rcpoited from the Retrenchment Committee by Senator Kdmunds, on tlie sub. jeet tf presidential n pointuients and re inoyals.if one of great im...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 December 1866

THE -BUllLIN G-TON, VT. FKKK PRESS. FJIIDAY MORNING- DECEMBER 21, 1866 J BY TCLEOBAni. 1'arb. Dec. 13. ! r topeeee Korh) bM finally . w-it the Pope at Hone. Ijcudon, Dec 13 noon h La been clearly ptoTed that the ete.ni ab,P Bolivar wtaehtra, tly m inL 1hebdoW to ColU-. -aH be delivered to the .gent of t hat S0'"-. Amort .ppaHg 'If',' "T"1 mr the eulBcrv it Barralcy in toe eoanty of i..i: r r .!00 Uie already been taken iron the nine and M)' - e still uu aoeocnted Kw 1 uii, Dec. 12. A Jti-patcii frun Si. Tau 3,jh there wis fjt. occasion tor my. FietoherV pama -tion for tmope .to tupru buebvhackeni and robber . Matters wire carried to such a pitch a certain ioealitir- that Union men oe aetaally feeing fur their live. Xrw Yore, Ike. 13. At a Fenian met'in last evening Gen. Spear etated that at tLc IVnian headquarter! there were 18,000 brrucii loading rifles! and two million rounds ,! ball cartridges and aaifonnR BoSeient fer an army were rapidly being pat in store. Nkw Yoax.Dce. It. A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 December 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORlSriNfi-, PEPEMBER SI. 18G6 Heavt Bobbeht. Caleb Lyon, who baa been GoTcnior of Idaho, returned here this morning an J tavs that he was robbed in the sleeping car while coining from Philadelphia, of forty fbou itnd dollars, which he had drawn as Indian Agent, but had refuted to turn over to bis suc cessor. He ssys he had it in a money belt in greenbacks, but took it off and put it under bis head before hs went to sleep. In1 the mormrs hesavsit was gone U'athington Telegram, Dec.'lo. This Mr. Caltb Lyon, Ionieriy of Lvonsdalc, X. Y., a gentlemen of very lively imagination. Ho was a member of the Thirty-third Concrete, and tbe bio grapbic il r-tetcb uf him in LaninanV Diction arT ol Congress iiirnished. as we hate un- ilrslml mm rrv ln riltnuntV. AV Mr. Lyon ,W. -UH tll bo . i..s,.c of the LV.wwi.yW Venue., in 18. 1 , that the defire LL D. ., cnfcrred on biui hy tbe UniWfWtjr wont. Both uf ibrs statements ar- tklu- .. . j . .j llni. I eion- -M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 December 1866

t .-l-'tV Clerk VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOLXII BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 528 I8G6 NUMBER TWENTY-SIX Poetry ! Tor the Free Tie Over the Srror. (Her the river n? M"" K. Are wait. " """""S oT eotoins to see; Thool "7 S fcy the o'er the rt I know they are wsiiafnod watching Air i " rjtJ cu Us brisk, on iu dm verge I tread, ilI star He to phtogr 'tteatk H dawk turbid tale; lc I stand tmnbKcg en the bank of the Straus, jile the edU ckiUiiur waters beneath my fact tlide. ii Toiece I hear in sweetest trains swelling. falh on my ear. Oh ! as raawsumsjy street ! ihe song of seraph and angel bands tinging. I .'be anthems of Heaven, that the freed spirits greet. nun snaM we mortab wtthdtaw the din curtain, I last haaas like ariat o'er theitter of death : i n'J scan Mi dark porta that hide from our ar treasures departed to its mystical depths. ra irith them sofHy. e'en down to it waters. lit dark spray we ted a we near lis cold tile, pile ncstntan i waiting, coor tears are aa- heed...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 December 1866

THE BUHJuING-TON, Vt. PEEK PRESS. FMD VY MOTtlSTING-, DECEMBER 28, I860 r c a. H. I.. 11KNKIIK T. KDITOnS ASD rimlRCrLRS. FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 2S. 186fi. TIIK1VEEKI.V FKER I'RKSS Tne BcRLixaios Wiklv Vrkc Paw i pub llihed every FrWjy tsornias, and wmtalM the lateitnews; reports cfBoeton loirket aad Cam bridze Cattle Market ; full State, County and oral teUi;enee ; well seltetwl Miscellany. Ac, e ionE'. ntlay will be f pare-1 to make It a ro-lable.lnttrtstinsar.- valuable family journal. The clrcnlstlos r tlM FriU raas czeacdf that ef any paper In tb region, and it is. tberofoi, an nnriralled median: fur &ir.itijera We desire to give additnaal attention to the I il oriri of Uie varices townj in Ihb and adjolrdes Counties, In which oar Weekly bat numerous tJr ealatlon, and (ball etteoni it a favor it oar reader will forward us aw ihmi of latere t. to ouft suuscrtJiiUKS. We late this opportunity of reminding torn of our reaJers that their rabseriptk have ex pire), cr mil expire...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 December 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT.FEEE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 28, 1866 i 1 I BffS OF THE WEEK BY TELEGRAPH. 1'aRIS, DM. 20. The Montteur in an editorial this morning thinks there isrodanbt that tuo relations between Italy and the Pope will bo placed on a round basis. Lisbon', Vcc 20. The iron-clad Jliantonoiaok accompanied by other vessels of the .Vracricin flct, ar rived at the Straits of Gibraltar on the 14th intt. Paris, Deo. 20. Le Tempt this mornins announces its un qiraiiEed belief that the Emperor Napoleon has received official intelligence of the obdi cation of the dulo Maximilian. New Orleans. Dec. 19. (j.Mionul Mexican intelligences states t there appears to bs ao concord oraction between Maximilian and Gen. Bazainc as the Utter lias is-ued a manifesto that since the Emperor lias determined to remain in -Mexico the French will only fight in caws they are attacked. Maximilian Mill ct Orizaba and it i ery improbable that he will take anT per manent tepa until the millions ol money ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 December 1866

PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING DJiiUMi -o, THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE t i Frcm the Toledo Blade. Nasby. fritndt fctlina the nted an Institution of Learning for the Youth of t iLtniucky, project a College. "The So cm ees Classiele, Tuoloo- I CLE A5D JIlUTART ISiTITOOT, Ut ConWrit X Roads, (wicb is io the Etait ut Kentucky." Tbe college grounds is to comprise one hun dred alert taken frcm corners ut the firms ut Peekm Pogram. Squire Gavht and Capt. Mc Pelter. wich ground they fell tbe college, sewn it's for that purpose, fix S00 per attr. The faculty will be, ef we kin sekoor em, composed ut these trooly great minds : Genril Forrest, late C. S. A., l'rossr ur Moral Philosophy. Kernell Mosbv. late . S. A.. Protestor ar Rhetoric and Utiles Lettrts Capt McGcc, late C. S. A., (ia command at Saalsturv) Professor ut Natural Science. Genril MagruJer, late C. S. A., Professor ut watevcx is understood by tbein ex is postal ia college rastftra 'i Classics, wich I tbel look up es toon ei I her time. This i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 January 1867

nil ITiTTVTl T 1 1 1 IT? VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOLXII BURLINGTON . VT., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, I8G7 NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN New Voir- A del res., 'an. 1st. 1C7. Kind friends, all bail ! A year has (ped is numbered now among the dead. Into bis shoes a new Tear trips. And claims a weloome Crass all Bps. But ere with joy we greet the New, We'll pa; the Old his tribute doe Win uuurn him truly, though we barrow The words in which we Tent oar ssraw. Yes, the year is growing old. And his eye is pale and bleared : Death, with frosty hand and coki. Flocks the old man by the beard Sorely ! sorely ' Through woods ani mountain passes The winds like anthem ralL They arr chanting solemn Basses : Singing. " Pray tor this poor soul, " Pray ! pray !" And 'he hooded clouds, like friars, Tel! their beads in drops of rain. And patter their doleful prayers ! Bui their prayers are all in rain : All in rain ! Ah, then, the Old Year dleth. And 'the forests utter a moan,' like the voice of one who crieth In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 January 1867

foc 4m gjress. G. G. A. n. coitou Ann rwiins. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 4. 186". The Old Year nnd the New. The year whose no da uf life no patent on tbe einiilc are nearly e pent as wc write, bts been a jear ol mark. '1 t.c year in which Presiia became the first European tower.and Austria sank to a i-ccund rate ; the J ear of tbeliKratiun ol Venice; the jear of tie abandonment to their fate ol the Pope, and of Maximilian ; the jmr of the Atlan tic Cable ; the year when Andy swung round the circle, and when Congress first nevgnizrd in act, tbe great jrinciple of iiapait.nl eui frage ; the year, in our own State, when three Vnitcd State Senators were elected, and the year uf "the big fight in the Third District" there in no' danger that urtll jn, from tbe memory uf men. at Lome or abroad. What tic coining jear will bring, fr na tions and for individual-, hid frotu uiottal ken. Hut :f it is likely to be It eventful than il.c list, wc may hor thai " shall be a ycarol nen greater progress,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 January 1867

THE BURLINGTON , Vt. FJREK PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 4.-, 1866 New Orljla.se, Dec. 27. Mexican news or the lst hi6 been re ceived. Maximilian in a circular fays he accetl thc-thronc, bein; aMured that it war? the 2atioml will. Civil war lie fays ncvertbclefs continued, which compelled him to incur great cipen?w. Subsequently the Empercr Napoleon announced tht be would tic would discontinue the aid lit) bad ?diusecJ. lie (Max.) was therefore obliged t withdraw bis troor, and bis opponents ecu pied a number of cilice thus abandoned. This encouraged then) tj lncreas their ef lorte to overthrow the government. Then came the action ol the I . S. towards secur ing a republican form ol government. j A.i allusion is iswle to the manifesto on j the subject of national cmgresri previously i.eucd. i VlCILiBCBC, Dec. 27. Strainer Kathion trading between here and New Orlcads. wa burned tbk cveing about 10 miles ashor j Iiaton Rouge, 2' lives were lost b it the Daises? of the sufferers are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 January 1867

THE BUELTNGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIO AY MORNING JANUARY -1, 1867 Religious Intelligence. Revivals are in progress in Castlcton and West Canlcton, in tbe Jletbodiet and Bip titt churches. The Newport Eiprcss gives tic following account of the revival in Morgan : The revival intercut in Morcan and vicini ty ttill continues, and is constantly and largely increasing. Eipht jewons were baptized by immersion in late Seymour, on Thursday last, which all will remember as aa tbe coldest day ol the ectson thus far. We lcarj that forty more were to be baptized on Sunday last. Among thou; iinnitd on Thurrday, was a little buy, covin venr? old. The parents of the cluld were baptized sev oral uirt. itief.md the b iv w hi csrntnid a change ol heart was viry arjuoas to be hantiird at the Mnie time. lie was by all to wait a while; r-mil1rt Kim mi muffa. but the matter and be hecamc eo strenuous about it, that his parents n omwntrd. The main reaton be Kve Tor not waitins till Spring, ws hw Irelmg tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 January 1867

Co, antycierk ifei 11 Iflii ill 1 H Si L IBS! 1 lsVI HI ss lanae.: HI . VOL. XXXV. NEW gflrc $m press. O. G. & II. L. 11 E EDICT. EMTOaS A0 rBOIBTOM. FRIDAY MOBMXG, JANCARV 11.186T. Italy and the I'ejie. Tlie n-ot iMtier.iring at Rome, tu:t be of intercut wbecevrr the name- of Rome is Known. Tbe Pope in M " allocuUon" rcfiwd tu dtnoarkJic Victor Kmanuel as Km of italy, and wr cspteiali eercre on the " frcn"J tomxs which declared that the City of Rome uuift share in the " un ! bj py Italian perrarlation." Jtat his H--li-t rt, nds it difictilt to keep out ti ;ier turtjtii." Francr withdrawn the troops which bovc i.itiitrto ruotainrd i im. Rossia l-y impenai ufcae- iina abrogattu uil it!iti.iis between Kui-ia snd Jbine. li. i netia tlu: priects cen eide with Vietr rojnnotl ; ai.d in R' sh iiKlf the Jlaxxini ;,aiwi-al C'ouini in i uued an addrt-tp In tbe nasae ut tc MM'f let not the least part of car tint Uny mvmy at Ums soies&n no i,nt. SarctSf m ctria ji. the davs of cbaisal J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 January 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FEER ' -ItESS. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1866 Moxuit, Jan. 7. Court met at 0 o'clock, andyhe decisions nere announced as follows . ; Oakland xcifevt. Span Iding, deeie:cn re served. Breicint vt. Estate cfFarrcll. Opinion de livered by Judge Barrett;' Judgement below.in favor of plaintiff, affirmed. Carpenter vt. McClure. Opinion delivered by Judge Kellogg. Judgement cf Ceonty Court overruling demurrer in favor of plaintiff, affirmed. .forie ri. lluntinglvn. Dtsaoa reserved. Dana ri. MeClure. Opinion by Judge Steele. Judgement of County Court fur jdain tiff, affirmed. . if. Iline rt. J. -V. Pomrroy. Judre Barrett. This w.-j a cue arising wt ef the officii! action cf ri. W. Taj lor, sneriff, in at taching certain property a number ef yeats ticce. Judgement fur the defendant reversed, and the ease remanded to County Court. Marie and vife vt. 7'ovn of Richmond, decision referred. Stale rt. Wm. K'eack, Opinion delivered by Judge Lellsgg. This was tu indictment far c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 January 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 11, 1867 The House Committee on the Judiciary, to wham m referred the impeachment reso lutions of Mr. Ljan of Missouri and Ashley of Ohio, contains sjme sturdy zui able nill cals, ineluJiD Muee.-t-. tHlson ol Iowa, lutwell of Massachusetts, Francis Thomas of Maryland, Williams of Prourijlvania, Lawrence of Ohio. anJ Cojk of Illinois. lank rUeetlii. TLt annual iseoting-j for election of liink u"- h were held Tceexlav, resulting at &J- I-. . EicniXTS Matiokal Bank President, U. t. Iliekok ; OwWer, S. W. Im ; .! CaiW, C. W. Woodhoaec: W ror, H. V. Hickak, L. B. PUu, Geo. Mat- Urn, Sidney Barlow, Edward layman, Geo. F. Edmund, S. I Pop,-. Xo change. J .ut .National Rask President, O.K. Djdse ; Cashier, V. A Sumner ; Teller, IS'orm-.n J. Fume; ; Dirrctors, 0. A Dodge, O. J. Walter, I M. Ha-ar, W. B. ltoyt, C. M. SpanUling, O. S. tV.-od, il. B Cutlm Mew. Wood ami Catlin take the place of C. Loomis and II L. Itodge. CujmuctAL Bask....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 January 1867

THE JBURTilNGTON, Vt, FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1866 Religious Intelligence. Revivals re in prosress in many of tbe Baptist charcbee in tVindsorand Vt'indhim I Counties, and among tcocnt cocTcrciaas arc I numbered men of vide influence in their"! communities. A good degree of religious interest exists I in Hydepork. Seventeen were baptised at tlic last quarterly meeting of the 31. E. church. TLe Ecclesiastical Council Annuel! nt llraitlcboro' to mtv-idcr Rev. Dr. Tvler'a. rt- quttt tn v dUuiiitl Iroui bis pastorate. after due examination, decided tint no surhj eicnt cause existed lor a reparation fniM bis parish While tbe case of Rev. 0. W. Krufsenn of North Ilruokfitld was in the hand of the Royalton Association, a letter wo Hceited from Lim in which be mid : " I do not feel it right fur me to be bound to a creed, and from thi. time forth flinll nut mrwui-r mvirJi . . i i ,. . ... ' a a.CTKr o. me uojuium, .tttori. Association tbercuian declared him n lone- .... 6 cr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 January 1867

NUMBER TWENTY-NINE F e i v r Hue t'Hth thro the Snow. BY MISS HULOCn. Itare and ranshiny bright ml bleak ; Rounded cell a a dead maid's check : Folded white u a (ratter's thread. Or windering angel' rope of cloud Well I know, veil i know Over the field the path through the snow. Karr w and runch it lie between Waster where the wind (weeps, biting kfe-u ; Every step of the slippery ret 1 Marks where some wtarjr fist has trod ; W ho'll go, who'll no After the rest an the path through th: snow ! Thar whs wnuU tread it must wait :d.::r. Silent or i steadfast one hy one ; TVam t lu dearest can nlv saj. My .eart, I'll follow thee all the way. As we go. aa we ga. Each after each on this path through the anew.' It may be that under .hat western haze Lurks the omen of the bright Jays ; That each srntine! tree It quivering eep at its core with the r -f spring. And while we go, wbih e ge, ii icen cyass-Usdes pierce tnrnugh the glillor ingsnow, U may be the unkiiown path will lead Never to any ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 January 1867

EVENING. ' The evening exerciMS conimrnetd nt half- j put six, and were as fellows : T. Vnluntarr. i n. Anthem "Holy, Holy, Lard UnJ or iu- t baoth!' III. Prjtr by the Pastor. IV. Psalms for the diy . XXIII 0, read bjr Rev. E. Brace of Snorebim. V. Prayer by the Rev. E. Bsllou. Vf. Anthem, and the Hymn, by llmerso.n, commencing : We loTe the venerable boute Oar fathers Luilt to God; In heaven re ktpt tier grcatfal vo-. Their dust endears the sod. VII. tor. Kcatlinc of the 5enpturii, l.y the Pas- VIII. Hymr. by Rev. Dr. I'mb'tucnta. read by Ker. .Mr. Frolhiajsbam if Ilrnlltboro. I IX. Sermon by the l'ev. KJsrd Duett Hale, of the South Congregational ehureh of j Boston, Mats. X. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Hal. XI. Anthem, "I Trill lift uj mint eyes onto the hills." XII. Benediction Iit the Patter Mr. Hrle's terrain was from Keel 1. 4 " One generation passeth asay and another generation comtth, lut the Earth ditktt, for ercr." He spoko of tLc worth ol tbe laet half e:ntury, since tins building...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 January 1867

TI-IIS BUHLINGTON, VT. FREE PEESS. FRIDAY MORNING- JANUARY 18, 1867 I-attaze of the Nebiaf-ka ami Colorado " Mil!?. Tbe lloute on Tumbty and the Senate on Wednesday pawed tbe bill adaUtinp Nc bratka unci Colorado as States, with Mr. Uwtnell'rf ararndmentrtquiriog their Leg tehtures to declAre ly Mleai act that there -hail be no abridgment of elect ire franchise wi account of laor or color. S EWS OF THE WgSK I1Y TIILfcORAl'II. London. Jan. 9. It is denied that the difficulty between Turkey and Italy baa been settled. The latter demand full reparation. Losoox, Jan. 10. The Timts in a leading article this morn .tys The propt"d- impeachment of the President of the United State! bowa that a revolution is pissing ia the Union. It also points out the dangers which may follow so questionable a proceeding. The leaders of the rtiorni movement have decided nut to' make proposed demon- M ration on the ro''ing of J'arttament by the mtroauouon m- r. utaovja, out w, auopt me ..w-... u. F""" - ting...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 January 1867

T'TT'F, BTTHLTISrGTON, VT. I KL PIlESb. FIUUAY MOEMXtx JAXl'AKY l- 1B67 Religion. Iutelliener -iTh--" Treei; af fats" has few -by'thecTEiiEtlicslcbcrcbee ia tfctecrr, by a eenea oftunisn .raeeiingt. held erery ewe- iDg,.iD the rh&rrrat chare m .uluu ian Ail;laeea wet! attended, and mm'- i. - trrcn manHerted. "FJftcCB j if Trerc ecniamed by Baaaf) A leeiiai is remsrtrd is a agues is L -r)1rlriiaa. " J'"nTM.at HMMmi xMii iMisbihI ujiinf the new Uaogrnr.- )- n. 1". 11. mbitc .r Cusastr, a- lUiKfaal lac ( ispi iBBfio-aefur naaiiiir - a act of t'la 1 xeaaane-r ui Jrw Baae M durimr thr rar. t: sold. rroitT and nrfctT tmaite "enaa ace rac waate at faar waj. ath- Porr ms or amT VnanxriK. lioa. ! r Cork, has e- b rxaeUcnt ... . . litaaaaaj iiuiu- tttin of Mr Biiiit.cs. waif h v Tt al aoarti by the Woodatock Suidard eeiret the luiiowiti.' - li ii in r i . .. prtmmuJ reprrt, I am ssre ajwaall, taat tapaaiam'a art vat not early tmbei u to rrearnrr for as cf t-aaT al w taaa wbc asr to aaaa? ...

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