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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 February 1836

NOT THE GLORY OF USAK; U U t T II E VELFAKE OF ROME. . HY IF. Ul. STACY'. FRIDAY, FEBHUAjftY 2 1836. VOSi. BX !Vo.ttOO . The following article is capital in its way and the London Times, from which we lake it, says is not fictitious. Mebting or liAnnKns. Sunday deal ing. In consequence of the authorities of the several rrutrapi litau parishes on the Surrey side of the Thames having resolved to put the existing laws llir the observance of the Sabbath, nl'ter the 31st instant, in force, a meeting ol the hairdressers, who have taken alarm at the announcement, took place on Tuesday evening at th-- sign of the Prince William H-nry, Bormund.-oy street. About GO s-havcrs had assembled an hour and a half after the appointed time for commencing business, which however was still longer delayed in cnn-eqticncc nl the general attachment th -v winced to the put and the pipe. At length having raised n cloud of mundungiis smoke which rendered them nearly invisible to each other, they began to thin...

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. — 26 February 1836

"J44-J .t ,1 U ' II 'liJ-'-l-WP1" "aid l tin t I could save Iiiiii I'mui III'1 dcslroc ... I I ..! ..I, ,,,.., if I linn lilln Which Hi' wniini siircn - , iln! nut share In.- iiani' ', :""" Worst I ptatlun t It.-n. Hi'"1- ,' '', , ' .tiller il was tor 11I..T lW!" ' deceived hi- one" Hi".'!'' "I",:l1 ,' , ' (nulls, .I'll v.il..v! I au'l'Zif " tug their pfrloti.ii.x Uu ''IJ"- ''"'."lrJU 'l till.' IVVtl. , ,, C,:A .1 "l(ii,u.g!i ! ,v- parted- i ' )' life. H' In h.'C.'M.i.;;""!!1" s 1 m.vrv iinii?' ' '"' ;- , , forth again ml" Hi'-' ""rl' , me I remained m "'V "v" . I,ii. Ills cirrrr ha- I"'''" vould Wl'tll forgot In'!! ill glltless, brilliant. nd o.v'r.ivn.ii.t l.e " .ifihe wnrhl. worldly.- "In!" ' rent, nnd P''.ic nml hope, ." ere Vim li'iv l''r' Jtecii mail'- 1 111 m r I n I. Oil. ibf Jy.itheriue. let your prayer lu, ' tie Ii'd in1'1 r.'iup'nlion ; lur one grown VI! Inn 11(1 cti' long, shall have n, beloved lji't iiuj lint 0 In-1 II li led jilon-'imv. or is doubtful, therein, by tin....

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 February 1836

iii devote number lny I" its cnnsiilernliiin. No qiioHUiu has been taken. It will again lie called up to morrow, nnl I niiw hope will pass the cnmniiite ol the whole. February lit. In llic Senate, l liis morning. Mr llenlnu's resolution ngnln came up fur considera! inn. Mr Rnli'iin. ot' lllinili! 1 1-1 ;i 1 1 rl , undo n most chaste nnil n r 7 'i n 1 1-1 1 1 j 1 1 v. rjmi-cli ngatu-l it. in i r e o r i jj i n 'i 1 form. After n few bnof re in r r I; by sevornl member-. I In.' piepuMlinn (il Mr HuiiiiiM wiw mi iiineiulud, ns In i:ail, "Mat tn mmk nf Ihe revenue ion nccivt ry" ought In l" iip'fritpri.'itoil tut ho d-lcnco oftlio country, rrevtous id ra Kititr "i" question nn llir- resolution, ns tun- nded different Senators ru.-o rn their place- mid elated distinctly, tlio grounds tip.iu winch llioy should vote for it. They did inn in tend to commit lliem-elvos in any manner i ns to their (mure votes. When a bill up pYopriatincr muuey fur the defence, of the country cume before ilicin...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 February 1836

TIIH FARMERS' SONG. Tlie f.irniei'n life wo love, although Fatigued by I oil uc bo : Contented to haul woik we go, None happier lli.in we. We love Iho l.inil no cultivate, The r.illle lli.il we tear ; 1 nil, ii'c, ninl sl.neiy wo hale, Uul cuunt fire labor cheer. CIIOTIU3. Wr nut our iced on well llil'd giouml, vVe dicss our ciops willi cue ; Ami when iho hurt ct lime romes roinul, We r.ulhs iibuntl.iiico sh.uc. We envy nnl llie licit ami gienl j 'I'lio liumblcjt f'.umer'a lot Is heller li, in n vast citato, Bv fiiiiul or rapine goi. By fiiMliliful loll we win cur lire.ul Beneath the glorious skiis. Enjoy the be.itniea tumid u. spread, And high Cud's bounties pii7c. From c.itly d.mn lo closiii' d.iy, To plough, plain, weed mill maw, T lie f.uiiicr whistlm;, hies nivnj His u ife, is Im-y inn, 'J'o wash, lu cliiirii, In rook or sweep, l!y linns her hand she plies, Slops but 10 rock her lube lo sleep, Or Intsli her rhildi en's eric?. 'Pis busy life, but ofien here The nfTi'cticiij ofih...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 March 1836

V muvltn&ttWr 2S5S3 A' O T T It 12 (J I, O U Y O F C AS SAIl ; II If T T II E W E I. F A HE 0 F K O M BY If. BJ. STACY. From tlio Chui chimin. THE FlINEK.Mi OF THE r.AltTH. Suggested by a sermon of the ISco. Dr. Jlnwks, on sldvcnl Sunday. In vi'iiin'il sleep niclhnunht 1 tnw On ilial pic.it il.iy oflhe, Ciiclcd by pli inloin fonns of iio 'I'lic homy t'.nlli expire. The moon w ilh sit kly grid giew pile, The din vv.is fliininlcil in n v.iil Ufrici Listing gloom: And nil tho stars once fiicdon high Like men-Ola liimiiil thiough lliu tUv, To light liim to his lonil). The l.isl winds that conM ever siucp A Ion t lie ocimii surge, W illi tearful ugliing 'uukmhe ilcrp To swell his living dirge ; Ami .ill -,ilon the hind ,iir, l.o-i rpit iit llrcin? in depiiit, In hollow nuiiniiiii! iniiiier'i! ; Ami even ho.ii.-o i liinulers fioui .1 f,i,ju,l Of giibc-red blackness, wnilin,- lonJ, I'lieir awful voices ultcrr'd. And shadowy forma in masses Fpritii" 'I'lic carilcT liorn of earth, " They...

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. — 4 March 1836

freemen of Vermont, and entitle him to t tie lofting gratitude ol'liu country. Resolved, That thin convoiiiion approve 1 lie bill, introduced nilii the Scnotn of the U. States by Hr.srtr Clay, dividing t lie the proceeds of ilio public lands omnng the Mates ncconling id population by wliicli Vermont will now riceivo nearly iiai.k a million dollurH, (o which she is jutly en tilled, it being the proceeds ul the comiiiun properly ol'the stales. Convention adjourned to 9 o'clock to morrow morning. 'I'nunsuAY Feb. 53. Convention met pursuant to adjourn ment. The following resolutions were introdu ced, and after separate consideration, and pirited, appropriate remarks from the gen tlemen who introduced them, adopted: Resolved. That the present important crisis in our national affairs should call forth the talents ot every tried and faithful talesman, and requires the vigilant action of every friend of liberty throughout the country. ncsoivou, i nai tins convention view as nmong the most a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 March 1836

"said, that M r. Patterson urged liim to urge I "Mr Krcbbs to vote fur the bill, because it would enhance the value of Ii'h latirla in , county; nnil, ns n quid pro quo, "offered to divide tins ' sp ills' with him !" Now Iho cream of the jokots, tint nil those worthies were Vim Huron mm, opposed to (he Bank and of course opposed to Inr c;ain, corruption, tind all tint. But, hear the committee's report, which was tinani motisly accepted by the House: REPORT. I Sknatk, 1-Vbrn.iry 15, 1836. Mr. Bukor ibis tnnrnin; from lite rinnmiiirn ap pointed ly llie Sen He, in piir.uftnco of a resolution lo inqu'nc into and rrport the facts connected with an alleged Miempl to rnrrupl the integrity, and in fluence thi! vote of Jacob KtiKr.RS, Esq reported, Tliit in the discharge of the duties assigned llinn, lliev hate examined under null Jacob Krchbs,Et Iturd Patterson, Esq. and Jeditli Irish, Eq. and ....nlupil m'nnlarv s t.urments from llcnrv V, Con rad Esq. and James I.. Dunn, E-q, the re-nlt of...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 March 1836

rjHH highest price In Cash will bo paid JL for Sheep's Pells, bv W. It. VILAS. I'earl St., Burlington, i Sept. 11. inn... 4k ) CORN BROOMS, just lef V for sale ut HOWARD'S. Nov. 17, '35. 10,000 eooo White Oak Staves. Asli do. Apply lo, HtcicoK & Cati.in. Jan. 7. 3000ib- Clover Seed for salo ny Jan. 7. HirKOK & Uatm". For ISalc. or 3 Single Sleighs, by Painters of Sleight-to. C. St Jan 7. Cash! Cash! WE wish you; if you owe us, to call & BOtth immediately. We want Mo ncy and must liave it. l'AMiiion.N & Ur.tNSMAin. January. 7. TKINSON'S DftlMLITORY for ro moving bair Irnni the face, neck and arms of Ladies, without injury lo the skin. Atkinson's Curling Fluid, which will keep the hair in curl whilst dancing or in damp weather. Imperial Dye for changing l.air to brown or black. Oils and other prepa ration!), to make the hair grow on bald heads: to produce eye brows and whiskers. Milk of Roses for removing freckles and Ian, and lo prevent I ho face from being fough. For...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 March 1836

rate.. Olll tSlb xrv x13k rtj rttSP T . A VS J&. SMi. in v N o t t ii h a j, o n v o r c m s a it ; it v t t an w i: i, r a ub o r slid BY 13'. M. STAGY. FRIDAY MARCH 25, 1836. VOBi. IX No. 004.. '"1 Jim L K? 1 VI '1 pj PSJj1 djr -K Q&& v ,A u c- USSU ,,t : ' In-' It () .11 K. ' 1'ruin ii Kile London paper. CONFKSSIO.NS OP A (iUACK DOd'Olt. My dny., my very hours arc numbered; thu cold liaml of death presses heavily unci painfully iipmi mu; I tell that lli'n bed will bo tlio last, save an earthly one, mi which Hie prupi tutor of tho i'alsam ul JJethesda will i'vit lay. I shall bo far beyond the reach n!' the indignation anil cciuuro of a last atonement, if I lay before the public, curtain particulars wherein I have, played a ooiispiciutis though a deceit ful part. At thu tame time 1 must bug the render to have the candor to bear in mind this remark, that what I have dune has been merely lur the sake of gain, r.inl not out of nmlicij in ill will to my follow crea tures as...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 March 1836

vidingl'ist 'o one shall take, by inheritance, 1 any r'tf't f properly in slaves? Or liy n law, that nil children, burn ol slaves niter a certain pcriud, shall bu free? Such enact mcnls would touch no rights, actual in id vested, but right, if ibey can bo called such, resting in expectancy merely, rights purely potential in their nature nnd char" octer. It may bo added that, though a re peal of the existing la ws nn the subject of slavery in this District might not nlfect any nclual subsisting right, it is obvious thai no property could be Iherearinr acquired jn nny person, not living, or hold in service in the District, at Uio lime ol'such repeal. Bull go further, sir. If Congress, un der the clause giving it "exclusive legisla tion in all cases whalsoevnr" over tltc Dis tricl, ha- authority to impose taxi's, and provide how they shall be raised, fur local and municipal ptirposns, I do not sco why it has not the power, by ineaiw of taxation, to effect the abolition of slavery here....

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 March 1836

Important Appointment. On Tuesday week the Senate of tlio United Slates ap proved oftho following appointments, viz. Roger 11. Tnrcy, to bo Chief Justice nf the U. States, liy 29 votes; Phillip P. Barbour to bo an Associate Justice oftlio Supremo Court, by 30 votes; and Amos Kendall, to bo Post Matter General, by 25 votes. Subsequently, the nominations of Mr. Stevenson to England, and J. II. Eaton to Spain, have nl? o been confirmed. At the hazard nf being considered imper tinent, wo must again remind Iho Sentinel that Mr. Van Ness lias not yet returned, aud that the pcoplo who voted for him eomo eighteen montli9 since nro growing roativc under the dogged silenco maintained on this subject. We are frequently catechised on the subject ; but all wo can say is that, ac cording to the Sentinel, ho was half way across the Atlantic in July, 1031 eomo months afterwards "in New York" and wo believe, on one occasion got up as f.ir n-" "Whitehall"! He has not. however, to our knowledge, been ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 March 1836

HUMILITY. BY M0NT0081KRV. Tin bird ili.u soars on hiliest uinif, BuilJj on tlic ground her lowly nest ; And tho ih.it iluili most tsnccilv aing, Kings In lite shade when nil things icsl ; In l.irk mid iiiglilrng.ilc wo tee Willi! honor Ii.iiIi liumiliiy, Tlic saint lli.it wears hem en's brightest ciuivn, In deepest iiilnr.iiiun bends ; The neighi of glory bows liim iIohii The most when most hi soul iiseeiidj ; Nearest the llii-mie itself must be The loo'sluol oflnunility. Voiii the Knickerbocker. Tin: hu.U3hnc.ihri). Insect bird nf tlieglnnin; pliiiur. Fairy kini; of ilm wurld of bloom, Th.it driukcit honey nnd rich peifuiiio From thy v.iaU in bed uml bower, Siiy, diil the rim of the rainbow fling Those regal hues on lliy glowing tviti . That gleam it. thou h ingest quiti-iing O'er the cup of jon dew-brimmed flower 1 Riya from all seins of the rock ami mina isceni confused i i tli.it rrcsl of lliir.e, Ar, it moment peichcd on jon nelliccd tine, "I'll an stalest thy r.ip'nl flight : ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 April 1836

not t ii i: r: i, o k y o v c a: s a k ; n ft t t if k v k i. v a ke o f n o ai k. BY II. U. STACY . FKM)A, A 1? El Mb 1, 1830. VOBv. IXNo. 005. 17 I ov THE WIDOWS ailTE. HT nOBEHT JIONTOOMEKY, A inl'l I lif pompon crowd Of rich ntloicri', cime n humble film ; A widow, met k ns poieny dudi nuko Her rliililirn ! wiih 11 look of (ail conlcnt Ilcr mile uilliin llie Ire.isure-heiip she cast Then, liiiiiilly lis bashful twilighl. stole From oul tlie Temple. But lier lowly gift Was witnessed by an Eje uliosc merry Ucus In motive, nil dial consecrates n deed To goodness : lie lilr-ssed die widow's mile Beyond die gifts abounding wraith bestowed, Thus is it, Lord ! nidi dice ; die heart is thine, Anil nil the world nf hidden action tlieto Woihsin thy fight, like waxes beneath iheetin, Conspicuous ! and 11 thousand namekvs nets That lurk in lowly secrecy, nnJdie Unnoticed, like ilia trodden (lowers dial fill Beneath a proud man's foot, to thee are known, And written with a sunbeam in the Hoo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 April 1836

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1. KOS I'HESIDKNT WM, M. EIAKKISOJi". KUll VICE I'KESIDKNT FRANCIS GUANO HIl. KUll GOVERNOR SIS A3 SI. J 3 IT E 3 O XJ LIEUT. OOVKIINUK DAVID M. CAMl', of Dcihy. T iik Ohio County- Cleiic. We invite tlio nltenlion of our readers to nn interest ing article on our first page, extracted from Judge Hall's life of Gen. Harrison. It is a plain unvarnished talc, but will amply re pay a perusal. By tho following patriotic Idler, it will bo soen that Mr. Webster has expressed a wish to liavo his name withdrawn from tho ProsN demial canvass. It is said, however, that tho Whig member of lho Legislature (now in session) have unanimously resolved to adhcro to tho nomination. Mr. Webster is decidedly in favor of a concentration of strength on Gon. Harbison. Washinoton, Feb. 27, 1S3G, My Dear Sir, 1'liu Whig IWcmbcis of the Legislature of Massachusetts, of iiir I.131 ve.tr, saw nt to put mo 111 nomination lor the office of I'resi. dent ofilie United Slates. Eienu hate since o...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 April 1836

Ihcir lip, wnlu a latter, commencing "Stop my inpor !" If wo sny routs nro ex orliit" ut ly high nml landlords sliniilil bo too generous to t i U u advantage of it 11 incitieu tal circumstance round count a broad hat nml (toKI headed c.inis. with "Sir, t,tot my paper !" Docs mi iictor rccuivc a bit of mi -vice? Tim green-room id loo hot to hold linn till rolii'vod by those revengeful words "Stoi my paper !" If wo ovor prnisu one, tome envious rival steals gloomily in with "Sir, if you ploaso, ttop my papei!" Wc dare not hopo to nnvigalo tho ocoan with steamboats, but our paper ia "stopped" by ii ship-captain. Our doctor nearly loft us to die the other day because a correspon dent had praised an enemy of "our college," nml we expect n "fieri facias" in tho office presently, on cacount of sointhing which we understand somebody has said against some lawsuit in wo do not remember what court. Hut all these affairs wore out done yester day by tho following. Wo waro sitting in our elbow-ch...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 April 1836

Im'i.uknci: or Woman. Cnptnin Mar ryatt, in hid new anil popjlar stories of the Sea, says "Mill is but n rough pebble, without lliu attrition received from contact with the other sex ; it is wonderful how the ladies pumice a man down into n smoothness, occasions him to roll over and over with the rest ol his species jostling, but not wounding his neighbors, as the wave (if circumstance bring him into tul. lision with them." A writer in the National Intelligencer relates the following anecdote : When the body of Commodore Decatur was placed in the vault of Mr. Harlow, (now Col. Bom ford's,) at Kaloruma and when the multi tude which accompanied the funeral had dispersed, he observed n solitary individual, in a sailor dress, lingering "ear the place, lie walked up to hnn, anil asked hliu what he wanted, the sailor replied " that lie only wished to look a while at the place where they had laid I lio main mist ol the Navy," and walked off. Who could have spoke a bettor eulogy: it was the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 April 1836

in. 111' ""''-r'V V'nJ'""""W''J1'' ill 11 iiimiii ill iiii n '.' IJ'J '1! J'J1111 ' J -- iiihiii "''' mM i i ' ' ' ." '' " ' n5e. e clo'u y o f c Ts a it r uJ t n l; WteLP-ArtE or uoili. , , , H' FRJBAT, APBii 8," 1S36. BY H. B. STACY. VOL. SX No. 606. In From the Bath Enquirer fy Advertiser. rrinlcre ilirougoulit ilic United Stales are reques ted lo copy tills. 'CUIIM WHO CANUEST UNDKSFU'AND IT ,IIp who lias left tt; joinliful lrIJc Anil children young "nil fair, flont on Fortune's iloupifnl 1 1. le mine on lie knows 1101 where, Tli. hues perch nice may roldly spurn That i'. ilio Wanderer's iciurii. Vpi nil ! llio unwilling heart forgiic - . Tli.il il.itcs lo lioulile iliine, 1 wniilil nut seek to make ilice gricic Hi t for these babes of mine ; TJio ctfiires sent to in fiom :iboe -pledges of our imiiu.il loc. f'or them I plead I speak nm now Ofwh.il my lot list 1 1 been J Nor how fur I lire I lefi my homo Audcaili familiar scene, And sought i lie distant hills ofA Foi sweet wilh t...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 April 1836

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 8. PSOPiE'S TI02I3T. .J FOtl rilESIUEKT WM, H. HA.RKISON. VOU VICE rilKSIUENT FRANCIS GRANT. ICR. FOR aOVEllNOR SILAS H. JUNXSOEL LIEU T. OOVUUNOU DAVID M. CASH, of Dciby. Tlio followlnj intcrcstim loiter fom Captain Hitchcock, was addressed la his moilicr, in this town to whoso politeness wo lira indebted for permission lu l.iy it before our readers. Allliongh I lie public nrc ulrc.uly in poejiicm of some of its fuels, it will nevertheless bo read with rnucli satis faction by ilia numerous friends of Capt. 11. in litis vicinity. FonT DnNE ( Gen'l Clinch's Plantation,) ) March 12, 183G. $ I wrote to you from Fort Kins a bout l',a 22J nit. nnd told you of tlio inlcnlion of Gen'l Guinea lo go romli towards T.unpt D.iy, nnd tu Tampa if not inlerrnpled by the Indians. We marched south in the 2Gih, nnd on the 27ili ht'ln battle with iho Indians at the place whore Gcn'l Clinch fought litem ihe 31st of December. We changed position on the 2Stli and went lower down, wh...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 April 1836

vWV."" . 4- A majority of tho Legislature- or Louis ianahavc declared themselves favornblo to the election of Mr- White to the Presiden cy, nnd they declare that any impression which may havo prevailed that tho State was in favor of Mr. Van Huron is entirely unfounded. ns the party do not desiro their adoption, the expense of printing may ho saved. It is seldom they are so economical. It Id a (lingular fact, that in all questions where the people scnls an advantage, the parly oppose them. So it was with the clcc toral law, nnd bo it is with the public lands. The Van Huron party want tho public money to electioneer with. Bribery and corruption arc their only hope. From llio HarrlsburR Correspondent of llic Phila Dclpliia Commercial Gazette. MAncii2G, 1838. After Fomo preliminary business, the House by a large vote, directed the Speak er to reprimand Henry W. Conrad; where upon, Mr 0. rose, look his hat, and walked out. Mr McGriflln then moved that the Sergeant at-Anns arrest Mr C. in...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 April 1836

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