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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 April 1836

VERMONT PHlflX ok. n- : V K K 31 0 NT PIICKNIX . PoWWiwI ercry Friday MoininR BVG.WiNICllOIjt W. K. IIYTHER. ... 2 Hull' H''il'l'n? nearly opposite Cliasc'. ;(" Stugo House. Tu tingle aubKcribcrs Two Dnllnra n year, "mianic !"' receive llic'r paper at tlio office, .'ir A iliscminl from llicso prices Of twenty ' .. . i-.. .i i i l I celt""" 1,0 m"l(TI , I "- I i. n.,i m.ule at the expiration of llie jcar rj be mldcd. tCT N paper discontinue! lil trrcsrof,' ccl I" ui mo uuuu ui 1110 fl f uriiers y man ihusi w iium-iium ur M. ..1. on. I. ciii nm it.' . I I ..f 1,111 lIM'TIVr. ,ll.rl. 1,1 ilwrtn .life an.. .... ............... ........ For tlie Vermont Pliirnix. HORNING. r0rttw"i"S rrom tier orient lied, jUrprw ps r.irllt her liriiil,. IApd lire" i,u , " , "ji jrjite C.t rercJe the similes of niglit,jp . . ,'i i t.. .I,.- ,1...... I Toe lark wc i nuui ..v...... Audi (Haunting swift llie smrc skies, Slieit'y '' niclud'oi" mgi. The feathered choir, that all night Ion; lliil reasrii to pou...

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 April 1836

CONGRESS. IN SENATE. FniDAV, April 15th. Tho Vici) President presented a leport from the commissioners of tho land office, which wns ordered to bo printed. CUSTOM HOUSE PATUONAOE. Mr. Calhoun presented a memorial from David Melville, complaining that ho had been removed from an office held by him in tho custom house, Newport R. I. ns weigher and gaugcr nearly ten yenrs; that ho had innuired iho reason for such removal by tho . i .i.. collector, anu u was inumaicu 10 nun, mm tho collector wns compelled to rcmovo him, as ho had not qualified himself, or disqual ified himself, from voting at elections in that State, by tho sale of his freehold property. He had npplicd to tho Secretary of the Treas ury for redrwss which was not afforded him, and who refused to communicate any reason or justification for this act, which he (Mr. C.) denounced as one of tho grossest oppression Sjjhat had over colno to his knowledge. It appeared that no office was too high or too low to satiate the desire 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. — 29 April 1836

r - niia .'IMi n onon Vr . rtiknmnson tried in Delaware Win'", .. .i,.n,,,ir!nir his father when it Y Or ui-b o , N V beastly intoxicalion, presents 0110 lc0 ..'.!,! instances of indulgence '""Enable and brutal passion, wo have a "Miles, who wero the nearest neigh- ticarJ rcutw"" ... . . i .- ..iinrnncil lliu iaiuiii. in u if.,uw the old man lying ffl,nui j -- , i, - .1-. . i.. . nil t 10 crouiiu, litiu niv vuu- Tnpliisarmsnsifbegg ,,,t,'lM!,r "H Si They went to nig lor liim and found Slifclew.Plcc.ob,,!cl!.ou,?f .-I.. .1... cif it ni nnivs iiininn. ... in neinv ' " . rin is and ears chewed through nnu " . f. II. n h.HUl In tllrt arui iiuiii iiiu nuu v my ..-J mil" " 1 . ..:!. ...niinilci Hindi. he till' Wet covercu . The next morning the son was nr- ' . . tt'itrit llfiTillk son I.-Oil h i c um" ... "J - ,u" ,. r..,,l,,r aunearcd that the father ion were to ' " - " ,u" . 1 tint onn tunt ItlltliT nn lulu mu ' " m.im. Bl. IwntAP whun ho cntrim Uteri father. He was his 0-aSl T . !, imn...

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 April 1836

From tlio Knirkcrborker for March. TUB DYING WIFE. And I nitiM die! I mint rm.il nwnv (Vnm itin Itcniitifiil enrtll. Where IIiq iosoi lilnom nml the birds limn blrlll Ere llio rnJo world' Might o'er my plril li.u blown lira iiiu music ui iiiu uu w.i uuu ivmi A the ilew-ilrop iwept from the n.pcn sprny, With tlio aummcr' lirrnth, I must pain nwny. The maiden laughs in the runny gladol Ah why doili tho limglil Her Jnja rrniit fade. All thnt i dearest to her, nro niinc, All tlmi I liriclurst. on mo now eliinct Thero ' lov for me Mill in the lctnnn-1en'd bower Where tlio inockiiig-lirilaita,in the hiulicd night hour There'll joy lor mo aim in tlio icaini wrong, In the inniy dance, and the sparkling song; There ' 11 lliuli in my chuck, n light in ininc eye, And my huait bcala warm hut 1 must diet I must leave them now! I must nasi from tlio home of mv childhood's mirth And my place shall be mourned by my father's hearth His hjtf is whito nnd his eye is dim And wlio shall now speak of the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 May 1836

VERMONT TlMli: Fol. n. B 11 A T T LEB 0 11 0 , " V t ' M A Y 13, 18 3 6. 1 NO. 36. y ji QNT PIICKNIX. IMblUlied eery Friday Morning, ,Tfl.W. NICHOLS k W. E. KYTI1ER. .. 2 UnilJinj, nearly oppoIte CtiatoV i' ... if BlllgO imust.-. .iUrriiWs Two Dnll.irit n vcar, prv -..,. Unffi. I" ' fi ,v cli.CDiint frmn llicso price of twenty I ..,ll t! iiuilfl I" d'o PaJ' ' auncc I4 miii U iwt milSc at ,,,e ,'Pirn,ion ,r tlio jcur ' ... . I I.. I lr 7 'n ti.inrr iliirnnl !niiift IMt will 1 '""" 1' ' " , " ,rteiraS' "e I''1'1'' cxr'1 al ,ho 0l,,l,n n,f,,, I'lieri , timers y man nwsi uu iuni-uiu ur L.llMrrccivoaUcniinn. "" ...... iinliHttlWfl I D,rin)ti-cnncl on im.dr-rale lernu. f,m the KniArrWkcr for April. the lmnATii or spring. fcwllv it Moat my lattice through! . Inmlk'iuccl Soiiiii- ii comc, micro .summer l.nnirli. e wwtnni lilne . .joitui burn, je liwMuiprlwineil learI fLJ.Vatnrc' murw line and tlins trense (bull, on llio first breath of Spring! h mwer of the florr! thy ki of Imlm nil vake t ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 May 1836

HI 11 1 From tlio Nntlonsl Intelligencer. Extract of a Letter from New Or leans, Arnit 20. From a citiztn of Virginia just returned from Texas.) , You nro aware of mv having left . and seekinir the tempestuous scenes of Tex pAssAnr. tiTWP.r.v ptMV ANn iiim.x i rnom FLORIDA. An amusing passago took pjneo between Tlio N, Y. Courier & Enquirer contains Mr. Clay nnd Gov. Hill in tlio Senate on thL. following letter from a correspondent ot tho22d ult. A small revolutionary claim ., d Qunrtor9 0f General Scott. It l0"nT..C will be seen from it, that the army had sunn 11 pass I wiiun n, mu wu um , . . , - . i I . .1. ....Lt!. nninhaH 'I'nintln Mntf. Wtthntlt linVlniT mnt nuoui uic nuuiic i-..v..v.. .-..j i - o - Inirnnnts niininm I wit ll (lip Rnminnh'S -and mo now about proceeding on un excursion to demolish the I . . inuiun towns, ccc iu pee:ii unu rruu uur ...l.l- 1 M! ... . .... J.l...l .. ns. I npilin uui un iuv ouuuuio, uuu act i uiuuiuuiuv iu niuitiiinui forth on my pilgrimage. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 May 1836

phoenix. Jim"11 "nK A T T L E 1) O II O, vt, 1(lV Mobnino, Mav 13, 183G. iberv ..n". m VJ'b ' b" i I." il. .1 lirni'n nnlili. mill Halting vj ,,,,, Mnnv 0r . 10 .:. tn ntOl V . ... ...il fl-If'tr l-.-- pEOi'i'" " run rnr.sinKNT, LlAaI H. UA1UUSON of Ohio. ' ron vice I'lirsinENT, ILlXClS GRANGER of New-York. TUX AS. . .t uin ihi. utmost sympathy mnni- jCf r the Texans llirotigliout tho whole W c!.,n tin. ivursQ than snvarro stt. ""'r-; :,:;- , . .fit,,, ilin-oica carrisuu ui-aiu, .- ui. . . . "...I I... Imost. is snomiiig iuiiii .. i n.,,1 I in Mi.Yifnnn. .:.t Sallin iiiiuu ""' ne . .. p Wuc "I iil, ,!-, nn. rnllinrr on ...1.1 i-UlilUS III ""J ",w o I rmnentofthc U. States to dismiss tho fi MinWer, ami make other dcmoiislrn- (" I .!.... 1,,,,-inlu till. MpTinnns. rcopl.ton.sistthoTex u rnntribolions, nml otherwise, as they itrawlM f"r liberty seem closely allied ..-ndBtin" the 1'erio.l ofour revolution. m . i ... .in,;r (In- hrnvcrv and devot- .mill DUl mi"'""' i,s of the Texans, ami...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 May 1836

m M. For tlit Vermont Tlioenii. TO SARAH. Let other, Sarah) haw nt Fashion's shrine, In gnudy ilrrss and glittering jewels shtno, "Swim down llio giddy tlunco in lively measure, Anil tliua pursue life's vain mid fleeting plctisuro. )!o thine tho sacrcil happiness that flaws From doing good, nnd casing others' ivtcs From lovo to (lod, and growing piety! Good wiltt disinterested kindness, charity. To wipe the-falling tear from sorrow's eye, To succor tempted ones when danger's nigh; To sympathize with those in bondage pressed, And pour the oil into the wounded breast. This decs nil vain and earthly joys exceed, This gives the soul Hue happiness indeed; And though tho heart with nnguish ofl lie riven, It will enjoy tho blissful smiles of Heaven. W. From tho New York Journal of Commerce A YANKEE TAKEN IN. After all thut hus been said nnd sung n- ooui'ianKee cunning, rnnuco cleverness, rind Yankee adroitness, it appears that some of those peoples possess ns much primitive simplicity us i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 May 1836

VERMONT ' P ft Ifl'JV I ij. t $m TTTT BRATTLEBORO, Yt. MAY 20, 1836. NO. nnMONT PIKE NIX. ..... i-a at C1 T rl f t. (j,V. NICHUU n jh&fv. Vo. 2 Hall's llnilding, nearly opposite Cliaso'a ' ' Stage Ilouio. . Tn linclc suUscribcrs Two Dollar a year. ..... .vho reccNc their paper at llio office) " : . .. . . . ijenr. A discount from uicao price 01 iwemy ,li will be made to those who pay tn advance ment i n' roa,'e at ,he cxl,irn,'on of 11,8 )cnr . -ill 1- milled. ICT No paper discontinued ... nro D.iiU. except 01 tno option oi uio am:""- - .: . . . ... . rt.jr. hv mail tniifli ba nosiiiai(i-or hers. - ' n ...i n-rrirc nllenlion. 111 . nit Tf,,,r, . t . . " . .I I. ..r iiiii ruin l niu nc.iir execm t... . mul on inoiicniio icrim. gBUl ' . ... ri-.i t :. ii,nrii.,:.. . i ... dit'nni innan .ni ivira llll 1 Ul" uincy. -' THE LADY-BUa AND THE AfcT. tnd milled Willi pride and scorn, .'.I....I1K a nlain-dressed Ant eo by With a heaty gram en corn : I .... ins nrillintlU mtlllfl- And jdjoi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 May 1836

. LMJXUUJKlg.U"'-u,l': From the Kev York American. Wau with Mexico, which a few days ngo only, we referred to as possible, unless tho quiet mass of the country should inter pose to prevent it, Is now, wo almott fear, inevitable. t Washington, Saturday Night. A war with Mexico seems to bo the rage juAttow. Some War wo must'have, or the nationnl affairs would droop in interest. So tit least seem to think our rulers. It will be recollected that on some observations being made a fortnight or three weeks past, ns to the redundancy in the Treasury, Mr. Cam brolcng scoffed at the idea,( and said ns we were on the eve of a war with Mexico, that alone would do away every idea of a sur plus in tho treasury. He in his turn was scoffed nt as on alarmist ; but there is no prophet so true as he who by his own deeds can cause tho fulfilment of his prophecy. Henco we have had consecutively puesented, tho call of Gen. Gaines on the Governors o'tho southern frontier Stales for Increased force ; his o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 May 1836

.nnr. ;inaioiAn ....... tf ."SC1IUW . . .i.. numbers ofa paper with fid''? Kiioiin! monthly nt Albany, ,kV lent of Common School Edu yW. ... t nn-illo Tovlor. nt 50 cents T.'.wle cony. The following .f.rr no stntttl in tlm . .i..''Tliis cheap papor hns "; J.fM.!-"This cheap papor Wished for the exclusive purpose of .... Mmmon schools, i no paper , n3 pari in 51-"' " i 7 iLiU objects of it shall bo to show At leaulin; yincnfc rnJ importance of onr Common Tuifitctct the lcatliiiff promment men nrovemcnt; to make known ami ox- rilion' ll,c di,rorcnco1Bnd T' 7 ' ,,. to show the want and necesst- P -..Jified teachers; to point out the ' -t' Htdlnma iC Jltct Fltr.tlfltl. ..in the prcvoimiB . from nan buiiwui B... .............. . , remedies lor Ihwe defects in teaching .describe the wrong structure and lo Jif school houses, and to suggest plana I,, improvement; to prevail on trustees, .... n. COmillwi'J""-'" 111 ill" Pcrl '"na,lcl l" 1t"u,t: uu ml, in nor" B J ' . ' .vv member of this com...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 May 1836

1 H 1 w 1 " From llic Allicntpum Visiter. WHY DON'T HE COME I Why don't ho come? ho promised mo lie surely Avould bo here, And Pa and Ma are out lo tea For once the coaft ia clear. 1 wonder what he wants to say 7 When last his leave he took, , He nslted nie twice, at homo to stay, I wonder how I look ! Oh my I I'm almost out of breath! Suppose ho asks 7 what then? I'll certainly bo scared to death, I'm so afraid of men I think I'll have him tho', at last But lirst I'll answer no For many a girl by hurrying fast, Outstrips her tardy beau. Oh here ho comes his step I hear, And now he'll soon begin I would not for the world appear In haste to let him in I Wo copy from tho Youth's Companion the following simplo and ingenious epistle for tho amusement of our renders. So natu ral is it that it seems scatccly possible that any other hand than tho onu from which it purports to have came, should have penned it. - LETTER FROM ONE LITTLE BADY ' TO ANOTHER. My dear little Cousin, How do you lik...

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 August 1836

VERMONT jou n. BRATTLEBORO, Vt, 'AUGUST JgTTsJ NO. 51. VERMONT PHCENIX. Publisheil c.ery Frlilay Morning, py cl. W. NI01IOL3 fc W. E. RYTIIER. . ... .1 1 1 .. ! i . ri 2 lull Iiuiiuing, ihjuiij vnaic . Stage House. I t To in"l ulcriuer Two Dollar year, I ..-.iini! WHO receitii l'"!'' i f., ii,... n: rii..i. I r-,. i car. n i" .-v..., i'- ... i-.i .-i... .,., ... f . :. m:ulo at tho uxnirntioi. of the venr l.iilMD l . I1 1 ... . I.I...I tr-"T n nntwr illscnnl innml Icrcst win ""-" I .. ...I Bi.ntil Nl I m nnllun nfl in , .rrMMS" a r"""s - -i W'sberi Ureters uy man mini, uu ui-p.uu or f mi - ... ..yiki nttrntion. ... trill mil HV"V Lt Ml kinds of JOB HUNTING neatly execul- B1-' 1.,..l l.,.. ,1 ,hort notice mm .-" llU lAMBtES THROUGH VERMONT, ... . t tf t Kn 1. Address to iie vernonsese. i .1 J II shall nover lurget mu 111111151 umuit UfMinhU with which I first gazed on the L n lulls and verdant vallics of Vermont I. ii r ,nen in cunimit enveren with n Bills, irui'i """" " Lilaru of tr...

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 August 1836

From tlifl Dutltinore Amarlctin. "NTEitESTlNa CORIIESI'ONDENOC. Mexico, Texas, rind Uio United States We find in thu Nashville llepublican of the Oth inst., thu following correspondence between Gov. Cannon of Tennessee, and the President of the U. Stntcs. Nashville, Aug. G. Postcrift Military. Gen. Gaines Requisition. Wc delay the nn i cniion of our paper to a inter hour than usual for the purposo of laying before the public tho documents with which we have tli is morning been furnished by tho Governor. From the letter of tho President it will bo seen that tho patriotic and noble spirited Vol unteers, many of whom are now on their march to the placo ot rendezvous, are again subjected to a sovcro una mormying uisap polntrncnt. War Department, May 4th, 1830. Sir, Major Gen, Gaines, to whom tho command of the western border ot Louisiana has been assigned, has notified the Depart incnt that he has called upon your Exccllcn cy for a Brigade of militia, the whole, or as f.l. - -Ll- . 1 .....

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 August 1836

MMthonT r USE IV IX. B"BKAT TLEDOIIO, Vt. Fhidat Moknino, Auoust 26, 1830. fan Burcn and Antimasonry. Tho .tfr is Mr Van Buren's reply to a Com- of the Into National Antimasonic Con- nitW -niton W"U ...... .v- j - .1.- .-... . nG t FllftPf I hV l fPsnltTA trt n!ri WliCHlCr. II UlCtM." IKOIUKIIl Ul U1U J , . .i p t T).n;.i....t r tt i.- wnnlil nnnnint adhcrint? Masons to tl Vi im - " a HIS fUIV I" uitwu u i . v-. uuu iiuiinj i it,p sentiment ho advances appears to bo kf true one. In deciding upon mo mcnia oi Dlicant3 for olTico ho would Icavo Masonry j Antimnsonry entirely out ol the question; ,J. reader, so would xoel Washington, may iu, laau. r.ntlfmcn: I liavc to acknowledge tho rc- . . 0f your letter, communicating to mo a raolulion adopted by the " National Antima Vnic Convention," recently assemWcd nt Phi- Mnhia instructing you to nsk mo whether, . ri :.t., I r thn IT Ktntna I nmnl.i OUIli-lii'H .. tl h0nor to slate in rcpiv, ni i unoum not, the eveni oiiuuvu . .. . iir nnn uca...

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 August 1836

From, the Boston Reformer. INFLUENCE OF SLAVERY ON LABOR. We tire told that vc of tho North have no concern with slavery, that it is one of the domestic institutions of the South, nnd that it is nn unwarrantable interference with the domestic nffnirs of our neighbors, to say any thing about it. From this wo wholly dis sent. Shivery does concern us. It touches every free laborer in New England, and there is no question that interests the work ing men of tlio Free States more than slavery. It cannot be denied that even here, fash ion is decidedly against the respectability of labor. Any one of our fine ladies, or our superfine gentlemen, would deem it n very great misfortune to be reduced to labor for a ljvelihood, Manunl labor is accounted an employment inconsistent with refinement of manners nnd high social rank. It is so counted by those who do not labor and by those who do, hnd this is tho reason why we sec so many racking their bruins, devising nil manner of schemes, ta obtain n ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1836

VERMONT PHCEHTIX. OL. HI- BRATTLEBORO, Vt. SEPTEMBER 9, 1836. NO.. 1. VERMONT PIKEWIX. I'nblUhed every Friday Morning, ... .,.min1i , W. I.. RYTI1ER. nY C.'V-'""""" . v., 2 Hall'. Building, nearly opposite Cliaeo'. jfon, salt, &c. and having on board, in pas i, II....- I . J ia . ,nn I - l.. omgo iiu. scngcrs nnu crew, I rj or ixu sums, vjii m. an larmier, uvu jiiiiiiii a tvui , i. mn.nM r .1.. ., r Atmnt M.1 mitu niic rcccnu u.m .-i- - , ,n lal 44 w jon. 48 ou, a scene occur- A di.cm.nt from tnc.o pr.ee. . .wcn.y . ... . ff . f SHIP DYItON THE ICEBERGS. Perilous Encounter with nn Iceberg near tho Hanks of Newfoundland. On the 30th June last tho ship Byron leu Liverpool for Now York, heavily laden with merciful Providence: while, iho multitude cried out unhesitatingly, "It is the Lord who i .i . .. ir. .... .i i. . i. nntn savcu us ; maims unu pruiscs to ins no ly name." Then every countenance wns lighted un with iov : every lieart was full of gratitude to Uod and lavu 10 one an...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1836

DEMOCRACY. Democracy is tlio institution of govern ment by the many, for the common good.- its energy is derived from tho will of the people: its object is the welfare of the pto pie; its strength is in the affections of tho peo ple; It is the most powerful element of mod ern civilization: it is tho greatest disbeli ever made in political science. I call it a discovery i and designedly. It was n discovery und not a creation. Bad laws may bo tho mere conceptions of tho hu man mind ; cood luws never can bo; for good ?aws depend on existing relations, which the wise lawgiver observes and em bodies in his codo. Our fathers proclaimed iho principles of democracy; but did not cre ate them. They wcro coeval with tho first conceptions of order in the divine mind ; and are as pervading and as extensive as moral existence. Like Christianity, nnd like nil moral principles, they tiro eternal in their truth and in their obligation. Tho principles of democracy, embodied in tho Declaration of Inde...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1836

VfCUi"0 ABOUT KOTHINO." i. 110 JJOS- ', ,,, limn which there Is not a moro vlru- ' dj-paper extant, lias been making n ter Under about n letter written by Mr Sec- ' Dl,m .. n. w.,i, ..r n Y0OUUUry to JLM. nuinmiuauui own- ntnlpil tlint "IT (linrn jjf.jiass. '" " U bo a var w'1'1 MCXIC0 tnurc Wl" 1,0 "i. revenue to he divided among the states." ' Atlas comes out in a column or more of .lcr the most virulent anu outer mat couki been penned "by mortal man." One ,j naturally conclude from tho temper dia t k liim of the Atlas that he had feasted tU "J ... .... ..n. ili,. iiiaii mi essence til rrn I ami hisliic up"" , - miToml I He says among ouicr tilings ,l!y as absurd and preposterous, Hint "Gen. Ison and his admirers An& determined to rtiTTiir. nisTainUTioN of the suni-Lus ...... it ILL HAZARDS mm mat u' cmxi robii-ct advantage is to bo taken of n quasi U, for the purple with Mexico, which . . .i 11. ...Limit n nrntnvt Cit kBmi. tnr Br.srosiBiMTY or witiiiioldi.no t'OPIXS MONEY MO...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1836

rOLlCb OFFICE. Aue. 25 Extraordinary and successful pursuit of Ucb rdbbcrflj A Ladt.SoMo months' bock ; n Mrs. Mrirgnrct Johnson, who Iccpi a clotlf shop in Manchester in England, went .to rnhlin nn snmi. business, and left her shop in the caro of John Mullen, brother-in-law, absence, decamped with n- bout 83000 worth of her property. Shortly after the robbery Airs, jonnson roturncu hnmn. nnd on discovcrinir her brother in law's perfidy, and learning that ho had gone in i .lvcrnuui. anu iiimiiuiuici y iuioii ..mi there, and found hiin on board llio Marengo, in which vessel he hnd embarked the sto len property, and was about to sail with it far America, accompanied bv a man named Charles Egerton, who it appeared was his accomplice in committing the robbery. Mrs. Johnson caused Mullen to be brought on shore, and was talcing the necessary steps to have her property taken out ol the Maren go, when Mullen offered to savo her all fur ther trouble, and get her goods relanded for her if she...

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