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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 February 1838

VERMONT ol. iv. BRADTLBBORO, Y.t. FEBR-tF AM Y 2, 1.838. no. aar r.ititjilicil i-vury l?ri(jy M n'ni,i V W ' B 11 Y K H E K ' ,J(i.2 IUH' UnIMIng, nrrlj 'opio!lo Cliiuo'i OIHgR iuui.u. To mwzIo mlwrrllijTf Twij Dollar; n,-,riir. -.,! wlm fertile llirir hiipori. t U ollim, - - ir.imiiiimt nut mmle nl llic rxnilti-. r ...iiimird ''! Mirt-iirnur mc paid, ivrit 111 of luc nuuiimer. uiw-ihij mm nr ilirv uu ni rrccnc iiticiiiion. UlUml f JOU i'lUNTlNCl iieut.lv xc- r . i i . iiPerotlcciiiiiw of n Southern Atatron," jimi pub lie lied ..miTrn t iii ii Kir i:fii 1.11 I 11U1 11V MB 8 CAROUNJ. oilman. ...A. ronlrd corrmv llic lc?jnn til imtiiiiiMinn; j . . . . 1 nrlllC ailllU lIS,MJ i'i'l'mii""".. n ,.1- f . irtflW l 1NU IIIT. IllUMC lli'Vll IHCIG Ml V I IIU od impel iniii''i'. "Y...T. ;..V" .l;..'. .1... cnln:ilo wns mode rlnd bv r ruumi l - i i b,nh ol a son. and my pMei..0y e " ,a hcighlen my joy ana giaC'ndo. On ..t....-ninn does a woman's htrt open ..I. tn it-mnnl ii' ns xv hen. c nsnliiJ...

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

A Fatal Mistake Tho Dalllmoro American BANK NOTE TABLE. Trcords a most fatal accident as having occur- (x3Tho bills of all the Banks in Ncw-Eng-fl in that city on Sunday last: "A respecta-. States, which are in good credit) aro received hie physician prescribed lor a lady 01 mis cuy, at par, on depot tie, by the Associated lianki, who had nt'nrlv recovered Irom Illness, nu ounco of phosphate of toda, and wrote his prescription, that no mistake might occur. It was sent to an apothecary, and the messenger received from him what was altcrwards discov ered to he white prcciptalo of mercury, n most deadly poison. The case is rendered still more aggravated, from the fact that the 'patient re fused to take the medicine, until it had been sent back to the apothecary, with a request that ho would examine the written prescription and the dose, which' he did, and pronounced it correct. The medicine was taken, wo regret to say, with tlio most fatal consequences. Tho patient died on Sunday, notw...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 February 1838

FROM THE FRONTIER. If the statements in inc iener lonowing Detroit, to tno national intelligencer, ,nnfirmcd, tho War is over in that qunr- J,al this Canada War is very like this rida War, often "over," but never ended: Detroit, Jan. 12, 1838. he capture of the Patriot schooner nnd. bv'tll0 VyanuUlilUS UlSUUIItOllUU Ull IIIU tnt'nflinrr nrmir. Tlioir irnmi.. ey relreaicu lrom uuia uuuiu io uii encan islund. Dissensions arose nmong , and some oi me oiucers wnnurew the services. The extreme cold weath roduced much suffering. Confidence rone in the eommanuers, nnu me lorce L.llu disbanded. ,'othini; remains but legal proceedings inst those whojhnvo violated tho law. danger being now past, and tho attempt e,otutiomze Uanaaa Having Deen irus fd, the public officers begin to take iiri-s lor Hie preservuuun ui uieir pin- Thcv assume the port and benrinjr of horlty. and, doubtless, wo shall be amus idih the last net of their farce under the Mance ol judicial proceedings, ion be assured, how...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 February 1838

i - For the rinrntx. A DREAM, I dreamed mo thought I stood nlone in some )IU lonely mansion. Uark nnii stfcut were From thc Ihiffalo Star. British Clemency ! 1 During the' present lerocious ivnrfuiv upon thu l'utriots of Cnn -J.. ...... . r l l .. I ,ni i v ,. . i luuu, incidents oi nn annaunir cnarncier nave x.io ,gn nrcneu rooms-.... i.B... " bpcn rt,,n,u l0 wJch .c tfm os .e .trend "Of Life hud lone departed from the" gloom' ' "Ave opjiortnruiy, give to our renders. Not That gathered o'er this tomb of by-gone days; murij; duyu ogo, two negroes cirnc ihto '1 o- nut spirit voices seemed ip wnisper. me, ronio, Hearing tne rienn, us mey supposes, Their tircntliltijrs soft nud warm Inccmedto feel, of one of the proscribed Patriot's for whom And toirrttol solemn, death-like deepness fell r,.,vnr. 0r j00 had been offered by the. Unoti niino ear unturned to notes of wo: Such sounds I heard, and nights unearthly saw in theme lorsoKen linns I vci on I passed From room trf rsnm,,nnd fearles...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 February 1838

VERMONT PUCE NIX. OL. IV. BRATTLBBOSO, Vt. FEBRUARY 16, 1838 NO. 24. VEKMONT BIKER IX, pbllhcJ overy rway morning, uy lVM. 13. RYTIIEH. .. o n.,11'. nuildlnir. ncarl? onpoilte Chaie'i ...Wrllier. Two Dollar! var. Tlf" . c. 1. tli.lr nimri al lho Office. if I wnu itvf - ....... , . -- -- - : .i .r. 11 paymu. . , v, . , -r.rt-f.itf-. .r,. nam. oxreni ni ?' , of H' publi.ber. Order, by mall muit KfnqT PAID or they will not recelte attention. Au kiJ of JUU iiimnnu neauy v-f a .... oiice nnd on moderate termi. Illiui jjaivs of Vermont, 1.1 fr regulating and governing tlio Militia of mis aimw- r.ll.vPTER XIII. Elcctious. Stc 1 Each brigadier general be. anil is ...t, emnoweretl. and it shall be his duty " . i " 1 A mr net Dlinll I mm I 1 TT O 11 - ll Militia Ut? UllMIII feditw w A v. .snrv. for electing field officers, K UI J . . . I ...: nm subn terns in regiments aim in.ru . . . . in ; u thin his oneauc. wmcn sunn Wn nlrendv commissioned, ana -.it' .... n uainnnps nr kiipii ninctrs. anv...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 February 1838

COIVGI5ESS. Corrcpnomlcnro of llie N. Y. Dully Kxprcfi Fob.5. In the House. The stale of. Mas taehusetts being culled for, for petitions and memorials, n Idrgo number were presented ton the subject orthe Abolition of Slavery in the District of Columbin, remonstrating n- irninst the nnnexntion of Texas, and praying for the revision ofthe gng-lnw of the '21st of ueccmuer, orucrmg an pennons 01 tno nisi character on llie table. MISSISSIPPI ELECTION. The battle is over I The Mississippi con- a. .1.1 n I . . . J ..! I 11!..!..!.) 1! (CJtea jicciwn aeciacu i Mississippi uis franchised, and the Stale not represented, and according to the decision of the House, cannot bo represented during llie present Congress, 1 he House, !roin three to set en o clock, was like a Bedlam of rciiriiinc Bed lamitcs,. where a man might as well attempt to preserve order, as among tho representor lives ol the people. A call oi me Mouse designed to drum up recruils, nnd bring in the members from all parts of tho...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 February 1838

'he Balttmoro cnronicio Monday nisllfS 113 lunuwiiiy imuiwillli; ..r,i of iho dt'Struction of Cooke's hoises fire in thntcny. "... nt;a'ri?TTrT1VF. ANH nl.cj. 'I'lf I'.SSliNVjr 1 11111.. The fire, by which the splendid Theatre J Circus nt the corner of Front and Low ... ms (lestiovi'd on Saturday morninj? . ...ill lonir be remembered os ono of the ,i distressing occurrences in uic nistory .... iv. About nan-past lour o cioc i on al morning, one of the grooms in ntten ce upon tin stables Qltnchcd to that es- , innniiiirnd urn n inn f trrtiinh c ceiling over ono 01 mo sinus, in n lew afterwards, the whole of the floor uw" . i . ii w . I in ctnhlinrr. vnian InrmcH I hn fecofthi' theatre, was in flames, and u be i nn: irent that the interior of tho'buil- nr must have been burning for some tune. ' 1 ivna the niotrress of the fire, -that .rrrooms liau nnrt'iy time 10 release two IDG I1CTSC5, Uliwun uui tuu tviiiuuMi ui iliu ii . .ml m:i Up. I leirescnne. l'.llnrls vvnrn aim, ,i stand' wad...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 February 1838

I'nf th yerrooht Tin STANZAS TO SARAH. Inrowell my Sarah, thou hastilcd, Thy spirit purd nnd blest, But thou hfist left to mourn thy loss One heart that finds no rest. That heart is bleeding, torn with woes Thy spirit once might feci, It bents with anguish anil with wounds That time alone can heal. With spring's firBt flowers thy beauty shone, .Of my deep lovo the .pride": Thy beauty faded with the llowera . That withered by thy side: And when tlitir leaves were lulling fast, And buds no more had birth, With my hopes pillowed on thy breast, 1 laid theo in the earth. Grief in my bosom dwells too deep For joy to hold its sway; And sad will be the thoughts that tell That thou hast past nwav. Yet there are beams of hope nnd joy thatshine lo cheer my gloomy night, Like beams that fall from diamonds set Beside a path of light. But still it seems thou now ait here, So much ( cling to thee; I hear thy merry voice as once It sounded with our glee; And in my lonely hours I still Can hear its ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 April 1838

VERMONT PHfflMX. BKAtTLBB.OirO, Vt. APRIL 27, 1838. NOV 34. r . . .... rO.i... mk..tk!n titf b!ihetl every r 1 nm; .b. M. 12 11 Y T II 13 H . 2 tUll'f UiilMlng. "erlJ PlPt Clmc' St-.ig Hume. Ta lnel MiW-'liers Two-Dollar n Vr. . i !v. Hirtr iinncru nl llm office, nic" ,,,i i not mnda ntltlic rxiillu- .Lurd until urrcarHsro ro pmtl, rx-i-pt nl ofilic publi.bcr. Order by 'd '' nlD ur lliey will ii rcceio nttcntiou. ,IWJ, of JOH PRINTINO ncatl, exe- ...I .in tmii1fr:itf Ifirmti. ,htl nuuee mi" VTUE STOLEN CHIid. .f, rollers will remember a no- 01 u"' the miners two or run "'& r i Ursngo. concerning u lemuie lniuru S been mysteriously leu witn a re- lamilv. 'lien residing: in tho vicini jM. New York. The child is now 'lady, anil it nppears thnt the. notice i by her friend, Mr Joy, has produc- following extruorutnury ueveiup The narrative was complied for the ,e of the 21inst. OI the truth ol ttio t there is we believe no doubt. Mr ell known as a respectable merchant. i -:...:.i: I1A...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 April 1838

',1 I I and by nt. net of Parliament gave several yenrs notice oftho progressive rcsunipiion in order ihnt nil the business oftho country should adjust itself to the approaching change. Of the effect of any sudden move ment, we have before us a striking instance. It appears by the published statements of the Banks ol the city of New York, tluit since tho suspension to March 1, 1838, they hnve reduced their loans und discounts from forty-six millions to thirty millions, nnd their circulation from nine millions to two mil lions an nucremito diminution from fifty five millions to lliirtvthreu millions. If this, or nny thing near this, bo the reduction what is the consequence? A mnn who contracted a debt to the Banks in New York, beforo the suspension, finds Ins nbility to provide means for the payment of that debt reduced one-third or nearly ono hall that is to say, the dollar he now pays is equiva lent to one and a half or almost two dollars when he borrowed it, besides the interest. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 April 1838

amotion pnriy 's wpnirtir. umnqy would XioM Govern6f Mi.rcy, If 1 tuis-j ike not, is squinting tin; same .way. lit- is -adyionid the Statu Bunks against tin ,U. ,lpjink, but would nol be reudy to coope 'ite'wrihlho United States Untile nnd the Jeiv York B.ttiks jo bring nbo.ul n general rtiunption. He joins an enemy to make rar upon u common foe, not that lie des ,:seS tin" Stales Bunk less, bill tlnit ho llis itfs the United States Bunk more. In conclusion, I must warn you of what is roin" on in Washington Caucuses here lie frequent nmong tho friends of Mr. Van . M'li., l-rMnl ftiwl fill tile Tpianrla JUrtN. A , .-W . V ... M ..M ...1 ..... VI. m tiunkino men, men thinking of the futuri'. and how the present may act ipon the future. The Goths ore not t yet driven from the Capitol, nor will they be" until the Augean Stables here are cleansed of their corruptions. From tlt ffewpurt Time. MAKE WAY FOR RHODE-ISLAND. Tiie Little State trut to herself. firand Return from the lslnnd Stale...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 April 1838

Front the Protestant Episcopalian, A RBMAllKABIiE DUKAM. , Some years ago, there lived in the ciiy of ,XNcvv-orlf,i Presbyterian mfnister.oi great talents, of groat eloquenct', and of great ec centricity. His peculiarities, often entirely inollcnsivo, wore frequently mismierpreieii, ' & not unfrenuently unkindly & maliciously misrepresented. It so happened that it cninu to his, enrs turn an omceroi ms cuurcii ono of his Deacons had secretly been mnk inir vltv free with his character. Ilo'wns 'lexeccdingly wounded at this unkindncss in ono ofhis own flock and ono whose office ought to liuvo led him to protect, rnther thnn iruduco his pastor's reputation ; ho ndopted the following pointed and effectual wuy to rivo him u rebuke. I hose who aro in Hi habit of assailing the clergy, and particular ly of hmling luult with the pasiois, may .perhaps derive some benefit Jiom the story For their special edificution thu narrative is given. He went to the nousc 01 tno tra rlucer, ond was...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 May 1838

VERMONT PH03MIX. 5i VOL. IV. TP" BRAT T E BORO, V ft..' M A Y 4, 1 8 38 . "72 1 L'ffiiPBBIIferr?T' rubliilicit every Friday Morning, by 1 ... 1 1 ' Lo.2 llal' Building, jio.trlj'O'ppoille CIwb 9i,.nn linn.'-. J L.. To nfrtlde mlrill;cr Two Dollitrt n y'enr. nmpiriicK ni rcrcivo uir.ir pnpi-in in inn oincfl Lf ihr icar inierrM win c ninieu. trzr" Mo tin li'iwiinliiiiird inilil Hrreiirngcs uru. paid, cxrrpt nl t.i,nn nf the publithcr. . Oitlcr by nmil mini 03T l'AIL) or ilicy will not recoito attention All Kinil of JOB PRINTING neatly exc ,ri notice "nil on moderate terms. LATE FROM EUROPE. Line steam packet Sirius, nnil dim-rent ft? . n Mutt Vrtfl.' fntffi ittu UnolnH liner,) '' nave iictuuiua irum ljivcrpooi nril !id, and irom L.onuon to April 1st. r. Sinus sailed from Cork on the 4th,nnd Irtreat Western from Bristol on the 7th. Eva-land. I he House ol Commons wns lupied with the discussion of the West- j ADnrcnui-esuip ovmimii, which wns loosed to terminate on the 1st of August, re...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 May 1838

VERMONT PHffiNIX. , i 1 1 . , . ii Friday Morning, Mny 4, 1838. Jill persons indebted to tMrrafjice for Job Work, Advertising or the VnoMtill eomir vn the publisher a 4tfidMMB?""''(n' weir resuechvc dues inmeat. T,tti Tatir? Issue. It is nowlhclnm of the Loco Foco leaders to persuade the public, that r,tho true issue between ihcmselvcs nnd the "Whigs ia, whether the government shall net indepcndantly or under the control of the banks. "With this cover they hope to hide their true design, of placing the control of the public rev -cnues in the hands of the President. To this all their financial measures tend, and it must be apparent to every candid mind, that the true point at issue between the two great political parties of the nation at this moment is, wheth er THE FURSr. AND THE SWORD SHALL BE UNITED IN THE HANDS OF THE EXECUTIVE. This was the great evil and danger, against which the old democrats of the Patrick Henry Blnmp, warned the people at an early day. ' This," snid they, "w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 May 1838

PENSION ACT. v ACT directing tho transfer of money remain"1? unclaimed by certain pension. , lim authorizing the payment of the same at the Treasury of the United Slates. Tjc it enacted by the Semite nnd House of re,ct)tnlives ol the TJ. S. of America, in onTi'SS assembled, That all money which been, or may lierenner ue, irunsmiued . '..,i. fnr nnvlnrr Pensions, which; Jv'hnve remained. o may hereafter re- :.. in the nanus in sum iiui-nis uut.itiiiiit:u !UiV pensioner or pensioners ior inu term fci"bt months after the same may'havo or ' Aornmu due and payable, shalf;be trans- m the Tiensurv of the United States : i that all pensions unclaimed as utoresaiti 11 .1 i .l......nfi..r nnvnliln rintt- nl flu 'Vrnn. hail ue iiiut .-- j - - ...r.i,.. itiii Lou slates, nnu out 01 nnv urv u' : . ... nnt otherwise A ppropriaiea. Sec.2. And bo it limner enucieri, mat ......,cfpr directed by the first section of v .... t I . . I .1 . t. I- . I . I II I... innda Mir mo rirnii ni 'nminissioner ot t...

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

A COUNTRY EDITOR. Tho fallowing circumstance illustrative of tho dignity of tho press, also tno some 01 me liberality with which its conductors are re warded for their toil, is by tho editor of a country paper in tho State of NewYork. Wn vouch fnr the truth of tlio story, and give it in our friend's own words. Mobil Adv. "After I was out of mv time, I procured letters of recommendution from the editor of tho Albany Argus, and went to the town of to enlighten the citizens by tho corrtis cations of my intellect upon tho subject of democracy. 1 had, as you may wen sup pose, formed tho most extravngant ideas ol tho imporUnco of an editor ; and I think 1 never was so well satisfied with myself ris when I registered iny name at the hotel in .as 'Editor of "tho Ilurdscrubblo Re publican Banner.' "Well, I took possession of my kingdom, consisting of an old Ramnge press mid three ensesof pica type, worn down to the 3d nick, nnd began the new series of tho Uardsc rabble Republican. But at 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. — 1 June 1838

VERMONT PHEMIX. LI Jl M U-HJWHUW BRATTLEBORa, Tt. JUNEl, 1838. NO. 39. Prom tho Now York Whig. U ilAUNTisu uiiAiiiutiit. rJ at length enabled to present our iih nil tliu particulars of this, extra- nnd horrible story, l tie cireum- ore perfectly true ; tho names wo account 01 tne curiosity 01 tno tnui- ,im the location wo must entirely for the samo reason. It is now ft..,, rm... line since uiu 11 1 ci. iiiuiin. a nu rr- 1? liin1 i-.ili 1 In rpfcf nnrl nil n qaiet for some hours. About two in the morning a milliliter 01 xurs. slept m a room adjoining her moth roused by some one sriking her upon the check. She sprang up ntul ousel veu n cnuute ni some .'from the bed, upon the floor, np- 'lustblo'.vn out, as the wick wn3 m ix Afraid to move, she lay trem ntif morning, nnablo again to close ;. a soon as it was light, she rose Minded imp rnuni. uvi'i y uiiny wn ace, but there wna 11,0 candle still i' floor. The circumstances created nrm in the family, pirticulnrly ns as no gentleman in 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. — 1 June 1838

sinuate itself. It is like the progress of n enncer in the human body ; it seizes on eve ry vejn nncl artery, one a'flor another, nor stops its progress till the sufTercr sinks, and then the knife is too Into applied." Next came Mr Hamilton, of South Carolina, the chairman of that retrenchment committee to which I have already alluded. I hat gen tleman said : Hi. "These eighty-two presses would bo put on the diet of wholesome regimen, and in thocolirso of a salutaiy discipline, 'lhe sturdy mid independent would be turned out to he fed on such offals as they might bo n blu to pick up, until the whole pack should open in full and harmonious cry, in one cbmmon note, from the sturdy mastiff that howls at the door of the Treasury, to the most starving turnspit that barks on the farthest verge ol our frontier." "Mr Bond said he would not stop do in niiirn whether wo did now realize, m the present official organ, the Globe, "that stur dy mastiff thai howls at the door of the IMT I llllllll...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 June 1838

n. n.. ....... F nnrnirranh from tho Toronto nf C3 prifoners, implicated, ot 3 to bo implicated in this Into rebel 1 Thp same paper of a later date gives ainfS 0 the piisoners, nnil other pnr 'j 0 their release, ns follows. It nn .km the clemency extended to them is bsohili'ly without qualification, their crty being s1'" 'mD'.t0 confiscation, pleasure of tho imperial government. Ay-three pnsoneio wuu uuu puuuonrii ,rdfln. tinder mo receni statute, were plnci'd at mo oar, uuu nuurcsseu ny chief justice, ins loicsnip explained hem ih position in which they wcro ed, nnd the leniency with which the unlive Uovernineni uuu ucterminca, rdueand anxious deliberation, to deal them, ai"1 n,ltr " vtr.v appropriate oniuon ns to their future conduct when mingle in me guiienu muss ui society, lordship staled, inni ine ueierminauon ...council was, mui iin-v hiiouiu ue uoern- on llu'ir linuiiig uau lor uieir goou oe ior lor three yenrs, each in tho sum of iQ ann two sureties in uiusum oi juiuu h Wil...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 June 1838

For thn Verrrmnt Phunlxa SUNSET. Tho sun behind the Western hills has set. The- pale-orbed moon is beaming from the East, Exulting in the thought of being soon Solo mistress of tho night; yet dares not clothe Herself in robe3 ofitplendnr, till tho sun IUglory looses 'ncath the Western sky. All nature seems to sink in slumbers now. The light wind's waive within tho wood is hushed Tho flocks upon tho green hill side recline, But not unconscious of the sweet bland hour. But all is not still for there is a sound That lives on silence, and wo hear it now. There is n hum of being, though nnfelt, In nil tho works of God. On the wide sea Tho sunbeams and tho spray make melody; And in the desert, stillness finds a home, Around sho has her tuneful choir, but low And illstnnt is their solemn chanting. Hero Wo havo tho zephyr's voice of welcome, and The leaves arc rustling in tiieir thankfulness. The (lowers aio not mute, for God's praise dc mnnds From the Illinois Republican of May 8. The youn...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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