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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 6 July 1841

ffcome II. BELL....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JULY 6, 3841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 9. The Popix'g Pnr.?s is prinledin the Brick JhtUding J'orlh endof the Bridse, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, ly lehnm all orders for prinling Boohs, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards, 4-c., of every description.xcill be neatly and fashionahly executed, al shorl noliee. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Vllia-e subscr ibcrs, ...... Vail subcrib'rs, ...... Jndn irfnals nnd CnmpanUs who tafce at the office, nr 1 51) cenN if paitl in slx moulb. orni:inics nn flae rnult, .... .r 1 50 irpaid iu kir mnnihs. Th-sj whii uWt- nf PtwridTi, Coitia'iiM anl ttidividiiaii nlT tlie routc or 1 50, if naid ii si nmntlu. 2-00 2.00 $1,75, 1,75 51,00 1,75 Nopi)K.T4 dicoiiunutl untilanearas are pnld, exceDt at the 0K1011 nf thi pmprietor. Nu paynicutsto Carnersalluwed ex cept nrdered by the pioprietor. A!I ominrjiiicatlQns mustbc adilrcssed to the edilor Post PiW AGMCULTURAL. HAYMAKIXG. Scythes. Procure a good scylhe for every man and boy on t...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 6 July 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY PEOPLE'S P RESS. THE EBTABLISHED CHURCH IN ENGLAND. It han us in the tablished church. To tako mcir word wr it, .!,; Uthnbanennd scandal ot flmcncan iu stitulions-enough to stamp tbe whole country ,-m, unehristian nnd repro&aie. nengiou, m. cordini? to them. is inseparab'e from the mitrc; the christian graces cannor nvc uui u. tleeves nnd tilhes and stipends must be madc the corner stono of all sound dostnnc Whilo wc lend an ear to thoso plausiblc char ccs t"ainst our morals and religion, let us see what sort of asvstem is that which-they rccom mend for our n'tloption. We will say nothmg of the 5000 sinecures of the Church of fcng Und, nor of tho 20,000 a year ol the Arch LUhop of Canterbury. But as an instance to showhow the comfortable fat hvings of tho church are bought and sold upon fpeculalion, likc ship'8 cfirgocs. we quoto tlie following ad vertiscment from the London Timcs " To the Clbbuy. An incumbent would resi"n dlrectlj. wilh patron's conscnt, toone no...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 6 July 1841

T H E M I D D L EBURY PEOPL E'' S P R E S S been ofiercd by ils fricnds, it will have to pasa lhe ordcal of its cncmics. It is impossible lo give you any dcfini'tc ldc'a of thc amcndments, unlcss thc nmendmcnts wcrc beforc you, nevcrthclcss Ihcro were onc or two worlhy of your notice for instance thc original bill gave thc power to Congrcss to in creasc tho capitnlof tho bank Iwcnty millions This was so changed as notto tako cfiect lill aftcr thc first June, 1831,thus allowing tcn ycars for contingcncics( Thc bill at first containcd a proviso that no debt should bc owncd by thc Bank ovcr and abovc those for rnoncy dcpositcd, bcyond 25 millions. Mr. Clav movcd to cxtcnd this to Exlraclfrom Mrl W. Cost oArwonV Speech Collyer is dcliTcring l?clurcs and conducting on thc Land Bill : m -experiments at tho Temple, and suchis his Ile lookcd at the Consfitutidn as it stood, succcss that unbclievcra bccome prosclytes and there bo found the power to" I'ay taxes. and prosclyteffprofossors aftc...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 6 July 1841

3 THE M I PjD L E B? Ift R Y P E Qr P IE ' S r ti t! c i t t rt i NAVY BEEF AND PORK FOR 1842. jtvar: Confrs OJice, June 15, 1641. TiP.M.'Pn DPFRItS. endorscd "Ofiers forJ3ee.f," or "Offers for Pork," n? the may be, wul bo rcccivcil at mis ouicu until 3 o'clcck P'. M- of Ihe 20th July next, for furnishing and delivcring, frce of all coit and charge tc- the United Slates 3 000 barrels ofNavy Beef. and 3 600 bar rels of Navy Pork ; each barre to coalain two hnndrcd' pouruN, rictt weight, of Bccfor Pork. To bc delivered as follow.i, viz. 1,200 barrels oflho Bcef at the Navy lard. CliBiIesiown, Mnssachusetts. 800 do do Rrnoklyn, M. 1 000 do do Gosport, Virgmia. 1.600 do Pork Charlcstown Mnss. l!()00 do do Brooklyn, N. Y. 1.000 do do Gosport, Virgima. All thcsaid Bcef nnd Pork ln be delivcrcd bvtufon tt-e 5th dny ofApril and the 15th day of June 18 12 unles's carlicr delivcries sliould be auihori7.od by ibe Navy Commisioners. The ncefmustbe packcd lrom wcll-faltcprd caltle," weighing not...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 13 July 1841

ifltuMebnrv II. BELLi,....Etlitor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JULY 13, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 10. The Pc-ipi.E'9 Pre? ts prinlcd in the Drich liuildin JS'orth cdnf Ihr Itndsc. by EPIIRAIM MAXHAM, hi rekom all orders ror printing Bnnks, Pampldels, Silh. f'ard: nfcreri des ripthn.irill be ncalhj and f.ishion.ibly excculed, at shorl votice. TER.MS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. 12 no 500 31,71, Jnrtn lilimN nul rnmpnnlrs who t-ke at the oflice, or 1 50 rrnt if paid In tU oiunlha. oinpanirfin staiernnt. ...., S,75 ir irp.iMi in six mnnihs. Thyu; whn lak nf l'nrld"r, .... $3.00 Uomranti-s nml inIhllnai nflf the route . 1,71 nr 1 50, If nald ln fli mnnllis. Knp-iiN-ritdisrnritliiiiH un'jl arrcarnffra an pflld, exeent at the nptinn of pnipririnr. No pariiiciirs to C&rrlcraallowcd cx. rrptitnlen-d hv llti-pioprlPlor. " All ciHnniunicalHinii cnu.-I be adilrrssnl lo the edltor I'nrr PID- THE PRESIDENT'S BURIAL. BY WaLTER COLTOtf. Aie " Burial o" Sir John Moore." Slowley and mntirnfully pass ih...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 13 July 1841

D Ju E B U R Y P E O P L E 'Js P R'E'S S v T H E- MID 93 - mt.nnfM inierestinrrto tl.e ' taking his hand in both of his mtd : vt;ntion pablic, and d rccnrd, we w nbera Oiis Convention was as rrspeciable as . ' li. r iP.m .my, the ever raenioraoie niat3 iuccuu& escrpted ; and every coun'y in tl.e State save Grand Isle was represented. Tbo formation ot a new lickst was'of i'self tume'unily unpoitant m' command a full Convention, and could nnt faii. i.isonumerousabody, to develope ranous opinions as" as to pi.liry, and preferrtites as to men. Such opinions and prefrrences were de rcloped, and were tmertained with a waimn rvhUh men, who are conscious bmh of strcngtr. ..od good intentinns, are apt to mdulse; tntse vure harmo.nzed. howevcr, in convenlion ; aml we do nol doubt thai prudeni and palriolic coun rilj will lead lo nnanimiiy ofauiun m tne great bod of the Whigs of the State. . The Committee to nominate a state ticket was mmposed "l tweotv-nine mernbers, ( Grand Isle heink un...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 13 July 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY P E O'P L E-' S PRESS. ., j--,r,l m irlvo to his country a Bank 7t i-.i nnn to -nve for tnis inost nauitul JU .." . .... .u i i:tr.-j r... !,: du'V of Ilis li'Of uy Wllicn lie uuiciru " friends. He mujt s-iy that hc believed that a Ti,L- rhariered under this amendinent, would lead a quietcr life as a Bnk than a Rank char- tercJ othcrwssc. JUtigiug irom uie paai, nu acknowleJjied lie was very rnueh nfiaid that uich a Bank would lead but nn unquict cxis tancc afior r.ll like a furtifieatio.'i on a hostile bordcr, nowr at pcace, nhvays belligerent, ncvor fnllins perhaps. but ncver safc, the price and inritcr of hosrtlity insHperablc. He wjn-; lcd to scr a Kank of tho U. S. that should sland up amon-r thcm, not os an oiit-post, out as a dear an.i chcrishcd institution of thuir own, re posing on ilie bo.-om of the Govcrnment. addresscd the Sjnate at great !.,.,, Uh wns willinir tlmt the doclrine of ilm'YTnnstiiuiion as undcrstood in Virginia itliniiM !i nvn'ained bv his co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 13 July 1841

" bsrnbur has been appoinled 1 ' C'entfor the HARTFORD FIKE INSbUANCE COMPANY, for Middle bury . nd vicinity, und will rcceive propc ,al8 fnr insuring property " r inrr.aro ov nru. "e) . . renutuaon of-this company, anri thc -.i nll thpir lransac- tions have been charoctertscd render it unnecessary to sny nnything m itsfavor. Ali bu.incss connected with tlie officein trusted to liim will bo faithfully and punc tually trnnsacted. , , JONATHAN HAGAK, Agent. Middlebury, Feb. 26, 1811. 42;ly- Paints, Oil. , , ,.f Paintfl 'and Oll. for 1 iHle by A. & W. S. JOHNSON. May 31.1S4!. BH. A. SHERMAN'S MEDICATED L0Z3NGES. 05-ChilJren or adults cau lake medicine in this f"rm without diHiculty. h is the oaly Wav to make it pleasant yet discovered. 03-Purchaers will please observo that the name "A. Sherman, M. D." is on each hox. SHERMAN'3 COUGII LOZENGES. 7T"H"IS Lozenges are scaled, and hnvj "A iQL Shcrma n, M. D." on the sido ol ihe bo?- They are the safest, most sure nnd efTectual remedy fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 20 July 1841

Mebttr H. BELL,....Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JULY 20, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 11. 2 f The PcnrLt's Press is prinled in Ihe Brick Building JVorlh endof theBridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHA.M, By lehom all orders for prinling Books, Pamphlcls, Bills. Cards, $-c, of every desariplion,xcill be neally and fashionMy exceuled, at shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Villape rubscribers, . . ... Mail subscribers, Individuals nnd Cnmpanica who lake at tbe ofiice, or 1,50 ccnu if paid in six montlu. ompnnies on slase rouliv; .... or 1 50 if paid in eix ninntlis. Th'is2 who lake of I'n-urid -ra, CompaniPS and individuals nT thc route . or 1.50. if naid iu six mnnllu. $2.no 5.00 $1,75, 51,75 Si.ni) 1,75 ro p-ijters discnutiuurd unlilnnearagr'a arc paid, pxeeDt at Ihc o;tim of llip prnprielor. No payments tu Carrlers allon ed ex ctfptordercd liy the pioprieior. AII comiuuuications inustbc HiMrcsscd to tbe cdttor I'ost I'aid. Gung at the Sabbalh Scliool Celebralion, on the Cth inst. PRAIS...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 20 July 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY PEOPLE'S PRE.SS. Tothe Edilors oflhe N. Y. Eprsi In Senate Chanber, July, -. Sm In a le'ter of your Washington cor ..ki:eh..l in vnur nancrof ycster day, I find the rfoilowing inost extraord. .nary paragraph : of u. Phn n5. o vermont, 10 mc .-.ui nia. all, doubts, as he states, tlle powcr of Congress to cstablish branches. He always has doublcd tliaipower; but in dcfcrenco to his statc, anrt in defercnce to judicial dccuions, he would yicid his own opinions, if r.ecessarv, and voto for thc powcr ; but hc icill never go for thc pro position of Mr. Rivcs.5' You can judgc of my sur)risc on d.scovcnnp this paragraph. whcn I assurc you that, ja eve ry particular, thc statcment is dircctly the ic verse of the truth. On n previous page of the samc paper, you will find my remarks upon the proposed amendmcnt of M r. Uivcs. 1 iiat rcport, alihough very impcrfect. and, in sonie particulars. inaccurate, still givcs correclly the position which I took on that occasion. And in thc ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 20 July 1841

r H E MIDDLEBURY P E O P L E ' S PKESS try which must "regalate iiselj" Thus our counlry is convcrlcd into a wide-sprcad theatre of British specillation and cntcrprizc, ovcr which licr nicrcliants and manufacturcrs may ,,,;.:n unrcslraincd, and gathcr a gclden har- while our own, and our farmcrs are rcdu- baukruptcy and ruin. Thus our ports WATERFORD IN RUINS ! which would reliovc Ihe burdcns and add to i UCST1JUCTIVE flnn. C gnVilll UIU jiai- ito uiissiuga ui uiuzcu oi mu suuc liculars which havc rcachcd us, of Ihc distress-. Let thc Whigs look at this niatter, and bc im in" calamitv which has fallen so hcavily upon pcllcd by thc samc raotivcs which aniraatcd this bcautiful villaije. As fncnds and neigh- tnem ln le 40, to unitcd and dccisive action bors arc wc not to extcnd a liclpmg hand to thc Miflcrers ? Alb. Daily. Adv. "Wc rcgrct to statc", says thc Troy Whig, "that a firc hrokc out on Sunday aftcrnoon in .rownopen to cvery spccics of forcign fab- j tj)0 villagc of AVatcrford,...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 20 July 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY P E G P L E ' S PRESS k" HARTFORD . j rgHE subacnber has been appoinled 1 Agent for the HARTFORD FIRE '.N'SURANCE COMPANY, for Middle bury nnd vicinity, and will receive propo ala for insuring property ogainst loss or tiamage bj Fire. The long eetablished reputation of this company, and tlie promptness with which all their transac-iions-have bccn charactcriscd render it uuneccssary lo say anyihing in its favor. All business connectcd with the officein Jrusted to hFm will bc faithfully and punc tually transncled. JONATIIAN IIAGATl, Agcnt. Middlebury, Fcb. 2G, 1841. 42; ly Pints, aOil. & Lw? assDPitment of ainw and Oil, for A e by A. & W. S. JOHNSON. May 31.1311. 4 DR. A. SIIERMAN'S - MEDlCArTED LOZBNGES. &5"ChiIJren or adults cau lake medicine in this form without difliculty. h is the only voy to :nako it plcasant yet discovercd. CCTPurchasers will plcasc observo that the nnme"A. Sherman, M. D." is on each hox. anVRius'S milGII LOZENGES. flS Lozengcs are sc...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 27 July 1841

II. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. JULY 27, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 12. The People's Press is prinled in the Brick Building JVorth endof theBridge, by EPIIRAIM JUAXHAM, hij tchom all orders fer prinling Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards, $:., ofcvery descriplion,will be nealltj and fashionabhj cxccuted, at shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. ViUage subscribcrs, , A!ail subscribcrs, ...... IndiriduaU and Coinpames who ttlte at the office, or 1,50 ccnts if paid in six montha. ompanies on sta;;e routed, .... nr 1.50 if paid in six months. Thnsj'wha lake of Polridera, Coropauied and individuaU off ihc route - . 2.00 3,00 $1,75 52,00 1,75 or 1.50, If paid iu six niontns. KopiperjdiscodUnuedunUlarrearascaarepaid, cxccDt at the o;tion of tlie proprietor. Ho payiuentsto Carriers alkm cd cx- ccpt ordered by the pi oprictor. Ail commuuicatiuns musttre aJdrcs?cd to the cditor I'ost Txto. Frotn the Coslon Tcst. THE A3IERICAN BOY. "Falher, look up, and scc that flag, IIow grac...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 27 July 1841

T H E MIDDLEBURY PEOPLE yS P R E S S . inkcrs, o-c, Rosolvfid. That this convcmiuu , mt tho. nresent condition ot the nnan 1U UH''" . . ciol conccrng of ermom, - State debtof nearlv two hundred thousand dol hrs, which t rapidly increasing m conse quence of tho annual expenses , excccd.ng bf reveral thousand dollars the ordinary revenue 01 ine suuu. . i Resolvcd, Thatitbe carnesuy.roi.um.u- at to the Leris!ature, at ils ncxt session,' to a - dont the most efficient and lcast oppressive 1 T onnrpllinfr this state debt, and rnoasurcs, for ca"ce"'nS tUe injcpendent fnr hrinainir tho State Dai-tt. i" . r . for brinsinir tho state 1 A WkW condition itsustainca u..uw , ..i. nnH nni nr ine : wise and cconomical administration ot its pat riotie and truly republican founders. J Resolved, That wc fuUy concur m the fol lowing resolutions, adopted by the inftex.ble and nevcr-tiring dcmocrats ,f Washington Count on the 3d day of July, inst. R3solvcd, That the "odorof nat.onal.ty which clings arou...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 27 July 1841

THE MI-DDLEBU R Y P E O P L E ' S PRESS nearly 6 wccks in lcnglh, thc statuics having'M-Hanccck Charlcs G. Robbins, Royol Flint, been revised,) 87,300 00 Nathan Claflin, Mason Fassett. Insane hospital 2,000 00) Granville-J. W. Parker, Charles Lamb, Paid to cova. to reviso Ihc staiutca 3,500 00 Uriah Rice, Joseph Flint. Troops on Northern fronticr 1,450 03 , JRiptonF. Smhh, H. Sunderlin, MarshaU r i c . o-n no ' Millcr, Bcnj. Bacon. Maktns Sl4,2o0 03: V, T Ilerc, thcn, is an amount of purely extraor- dinary cxpenses morc lhan cqual lo Ihc Iargc deficit. Vr hnvn slill is the extraordinary increase of court ordersjil- Kidder, Sam'l D. Ilolcomb, being S4G31 ovcr thc prcceding ycar; and the j Joseph Hill. other is the iem of -S1G82 41 paid lor tlie Captain's hobbics niilitary drih's, &c. &c. Admitting, however, that thcsc itcms may con tinuo to press thus lieavily on thc Trcasury, wc havc not deductcd thein ; and vet we plainly show that the people are safc beyond the ncccssity o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 27 July 1841

Lasts. 5fUST receivod a largo supply ot Townc LASTS and BOOT TKbL-b, by Z. BECKWITH. March 22, 1841. . Wool. THE subscriber has commenccd the pur chaso of wool for this sea-.on, and will pay casb, and as high prices as his cmploycrs w,II authorizc. ASA CHAP.VIAN. Julv 13, 1841. 10- Yillagc Hotcl. rinHE subscriber has bought thc house of JL public enterlainment in tlie villagc of Salisbury, formcly occupied by Mr. Cook This stand has been ncwly fittcJ up, thc house and bam ro-painted and repaired, and the ac commodalions of the establishmenl so far cx lended, as lo satisfy all reasonable cxpccta. tioi.s of the travcllcr in a country tavorn. His old friends are requestcd to call, and he trusts his expericnce and altcntion, and his best cf ort s to add to the comfort of his customors, willcnsuica general nnd liberal patronage. THOMAS W. KEISLEK. TBOOTS and S1IOES, a large supply JL for sale nt retail by JOHN WOOD Junc 25,1841. CIUTand WROUGHT NA1LS and win- dow Glass for sale low, by J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 3 August 1841

JtlwkTOtg fleopk 0 II. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. AUGUST 3, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 1?. Tlie People,s Press is prinled in the Brick BuUdins JYbrfi endof IheBridc, by EPHRAIM. MAXIIAM, by tchom all orders fer printing Books, PamphUls, Bills. Cards, 4c, of cvery tlescription,u:ill be neally and fashionably cxeculed, al short nolice. TERMS OF TIIE SIXTH VOLUME. Vlltace Euhscribcrs, 2.00 MailFubscribcra, ...... . 0,00 Individuals and Compinics who tike attlie officf, Sl,?5, or 1,50 eents if paid in six months. ompanie 011 stas rnules, $1,75 nr 1,50 if pald in six mnnths. Thnse who take or PotridPrs .... 52,00 Companis and indiriduats nir ihe route . 1,75 or 1.50, if iaid insix months. No papers dtscontinund until arrearars arc patd, cxccst at tlie option of tiie prnprielor. Kn payinents to C'aiTlcrs atlowed ex cpptnrdered liy ihe ptoprielor. Atl coromunicatlorw niustbe addrcscd to the editor Tost Iaid. AGRICULTURAL; From the Yankee Farmer. TIME FOR CUTTING GRASSES. ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 3 August 1841

Y THE MLDDLEBE R Y P E O PE ;S PRESS. entering into this question 1 Can you not con- I ult the wishes of tns people nf a Siate, as-to a given exercise of power, without puttmg m jeopardy the power itself 1 . Sir, there are. iu this case, many weighty eonsiderations cf expediency, aside or the con stitutional point, which raay be brought to oear npo.i thN question. The great pjrposes pro posed by the establ.shment of this bank are, first to facilitate the financial operations of the Gov ernment secondly, to regulate the currency ot the country and, tliirdly, to furnish to tucn portions of the country as stand iti need of it, an additi.ra.it bankiog capital, in aid of its business. ls it not oppareDt, injreffretice to eilher.of these objects, that tlie esiablishraent of a branch in any State involves a grave question of expedi ency ? Letme lake for an exaraple the hurab.e Siate which I represent, in part, on this floor. It is cl?arly not necessary to the financial opera tions of the G...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 3 August 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY PEOPLES PRESS. n didate of tho party, n'e sce no sufficient reason whv cven tho most scrupulous whig 6hould not votc for Col. Paine. His talcnts and acquirc mcnts as ascholar, his habits of industry and j promptitude in business, are confessedly adc-' quate to the dulies of the othce to which he has becn designated. He cannot, it is truc, boast of official rank and professional distinc tion. But what conslitutes a far bcttcr rec ommendation for popular favor, hc has through life been engaged in busincss opcrations among the agricultural and raanufacturing classes of communit-, and his practical knowiedgc of the interests, wants and wishcs of the grcat body of the pcopleis cxcecded by very few in thestatc. As a politician,unlike toomanytide waiting, oflice-seeking mcn, he has never trim medorvaricd from astraight lbrward course. For years he has becn among the forcmost to sustain thosc fundamcntal whig.pnnciplcs anu iiave becn led astray by lalsc concens and in measurc...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 3 August 1841

Lasts. DST rcceived a large supply of Townc LASTSandBOOTTREESby March 22,1841. , Wool. ITBHIS subscriber has commenced tlie pur H chase of wool for this season, and will pay casb, and as high prices as his employers will Ruthorize. ASA CHAP.UAN. Julv 13. 181. 10 Village Hotcl. -iniTT7 ..,.....:)., W lini'trht the hoUSOOf JL public entertainment in tlie village of Saiisburv, lorme'ly occupieu uy Tliis stand has been newly fittcd up, the houso otid barn fe-painted and repaired, and the ac commodations ofthe establishmcnl so far ex tended, as to saiisfy all reasonable expecta lions of the travellor in a country tavern. Ilis old friends are requcsted to call, and lie trusts his experiencc and attention, and his best ef. orts lo add lo the comrort of his cuslomers, will ensuie a neneral and liberal patronage. THOMAS W. KEELER. "ifSOOTS and SHOES, a largo supply M3 for sale at rctail by JOHN WOOD Junc 25,1841. UT and WROUGHT NAILS and win' dow Glass for sale Iow, by JOHN WUUJJ. Junc 25, 1...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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