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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 January 1867

At sm HTTP BURLINGTON, VT., "FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, ISG7 VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOIrXIIl. NUMBER THIRTY Poetry l Written for the Free Pre O Cive me Hack. O icive me fcack my youth's young dreams, My childhood nope?, like bright saebeai;. Gilding my war. Pwtct Hupe thai whispered, ' We is tir," And flowers tlVt blossomed rich mm! rare. Strewn 10 my pathway, eierjxSKf r. Fragrant and gey. (i give, aw back youth'" yeaag Might, Her trustiric ftith, ber vMous bright. Her airy wings. Her filter's flight en pinions strong, Ifer hours of glee, and mirth, M1 (flog, Which in glad echoes glide long. With joyous ring ' O pre me back those gems of troth, I'ceallied as the charms of youth. Gem?, rieh as rare : I'ndimoed br Falsehood's nickering light. Troth's brilliant gems gleam off bright. As tars bedeck the crown of night, And sparkle there. O give me nick the glad spring time. The childhood diar. the golden prime, Wbos rctr light, Shed u tr the aerne a mellow ray, YmicR ,he njwery landsca...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 January 1867

TIIE BUELINGTON, VT. F1U3E PRESS.PBIDAY MORNING JANUAHY Q5, 18G7 C. C. &: It. I-. BENEDICT. ECHOES A50 P2ORICT0E9. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 25.1867. TIIEWEEKU rur.K I'ltKSS Th. Dcruxgtox WcittLr Fazz.r-.iaa ii pub 1 shed every Friday moraine, and contains the l.teitcewi; reports ofBoetoa markets iMbi l.ridra Cattle Mulct ; fall State, County and oca! ntelll-enco ; well selected Miscellany, Ac, ie x care aatt "utlay will be rparei to rsake H a re Sable, Interestln-: ani valuable rnn J-airnal. The circolaUi-. t f the Fatt r-.s eac"!s that f any paper in the re zloa. ani it is. theioi e , an unrivalled medium fer adr.rtUera We desire to give aiiltienil attention to Ue - iT Min cf the various Lawcj in I Ma and adjjininr Coantlej, In which oar Weekly ha trawoui air. eolation, and shall esteem it a faior U ur reader j will forward u any item! of interest. : - I The Prohibitory Law. I Oar efforts to obtain the sentiment of our j brethren of the press in ibis State upon the , .uestios of...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 January 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FEEK PRESS.FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY Q5, 1866 Death or X. I'. WiLUi. K. 1'. Willis, the poet, author, and lute editor of the If.mu Journal, died at Lis residence at Idle wild Sunday evening at the age of eighty. Tue Cental Stcteii. The total change in the mode of estimating the quantity of grain, a iid the immense amounts now handled by -testa, has introduced a new and mjrc simp e plan of incasurenunr, called t! c o-ntal syf teto. It has been adopted in Albany, New i.rk, and in many other eitiee, and is stronz Iv prtfed upon the great grain market of Liverpool. To measure hundred of thouc acdi of bushel; is a work uf vast labor, but it is easy, for instance, to run loadi-d cars on a Kale, ami take tue v.iien. oi meir con tents. Wheat has actunlly lonn been bold bv weight, os the standard ksisbtl is fixed at sixty pounds. The cental system is merely the plan 01 buying and selling entirily by the l.undtcd pound. instead of the hashes. A base ball plnjer in Portland, ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 January 1867

il f 'l Itcllglous Intelligence. . Rev. TV. W. Winchester has accepted n call as pastor of the Congregational church in Bridport. Rev. R. SL Ilall Las asked fur a diraiirjion from the CoDTfational church at Brown ington. He Las been doing jastoral ferviec for forty. Eve years continuously, and feds the need of rest. At the semi-centennial celebration oi the Unitarian Church list week, a local confer vnce was organized ander the title of" The CharajJaia Liberal Cbri'tian Contnnw,"' with the fullowicg officers .- President John M. I tutiy, KVej . uf liurlingt .n. Free Presidents Hon. Daniel l!tklin,uf Montpelier : Rev. John Coidncr, of Monl rcaL Stcntaiy Kiv. L li Ware, of Burling tun Treasurer Henry Loomis, En , f liT lingtnn. Directors (ii-o. FrutbiDgbam , ( Mont real ; Hun. Ruwell S Taft, of Iiurlington ; Rev. J. K. Bruce, of Sboroham ; Rer. Eli Ballou. D. D.. ol Montpelier ; Hun. George Wilkins. ol Slave ; Rtv. Charles A. Alien, ol Momitlier. The R 11 rd of Directors were inatrnct...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 February 1867

fflft.M sajmnt rm-r fZSBBU ! SI i 1 1 rr-jr nan inn niin i VOL. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, I8G7 NUMBER THIRTY-ONE HM 1 1 VXy Poetry. The Evening ci the Year. j Wc reprint tbe following exquisite tmti frcn ." WavsMc Posies," a colled ion ef original auii eclectc'd poems edited by Kobwt Buottanan: ' New dark and diy h p'Jed the wheat, i The nine press frtls co stained ftat, The white moon brinks her BClc dear; j A nd voices cf the air repeat, I It ie the evening of the year. Whv hare 1 mitred, white men have found J j IKn atnile ibat earn and wine atoamd. And children eat tbe ripened ear ; I gate at them from barren gnaad ; It is the eveu'mf of the yr. Oh lore ;t hot yesterday. A chiitl in free green Bride I lay. And dreamt of tbc where skus were dear; lint withered leave bestrew my way ; 1 1 is the evening of the year. (I face that I hive Witt Men ! Somewhere on earth with saddened tain Thou waiteet, fall of sober cheer ; Come '. win re the reap...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 February 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 1, 1867 3fe $xtt r G. G. &. It. I.. BENEDICT. CB1T0K AND rilOVETORS. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARr l.lSST. THE WEEKLY FRfcl! I'HESS No, begging the. Kuan's pardon, we arc truly loyal, yielding due Allegiance to each of the co-ordinate branches of tbo govcrn- ment.in their respective spbcrcs,as laid down by the constitution. On the other hand our Democratic friend eecm sometimes to forget what tlniw sprcrcs and powers are to over- ook tiit iact that it is just as constitutional fir Congres- to pass an act by a two-thirds rote over the President' head, aa by a ina- Taa Bcbusgtox WirrLr rsza Pitts s It pul llihsd every Fridaj mornln;, anil contains tie latejtcewji renorti tif Bnitnn mx-Wi. ) Pm. fcridis Cattle Market i fall State, Coanty and ocil "ltJ wit1' concurrence ; that there aro telll;ence well selected MltcelUny. o con-titutioaI methods of reorganizing the believe that the feelings apparent in one portion of it characterize...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 February 1867

THE BURLINGTON , Vt. PREK PRESSFRIO AY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1866 The Amhi Mmixo of Chittenden Co r..ltnil Society will be licid in Buf- "r i:tfiiun next WaJDteday t the Hill of Ethtm AHtn fcDgmc Uo. in recic f mock.. Vital Scatistics. Aecordia- to tlio fihth annual Registration Report for the sTitcol Vermont, containing returns from il! but twenty-four towns, it a pea re that tc number of births in this state uuiing t! , 3ear 1S64, was 4,753. les by 919 than j : ,j-c it the year preceding, accounted for ( I ,r.cipsllv ly an absence ol more than a t nth U the ednlt men of thc State. The I I m!r of marrisgce wt 1,M, lew by 203 j f an those of thc Ttteceeoing year. ine l umber of deaths was 5,293, less by 417 t'.an those of 1S03 In 422 inbUnees ol tuarriage the bride was under twenty years f age, in 45 the luidcgroom was under itr.;y. Two hundred and ninety-four , dowers were married, and only a hundred and eighty-five widva". Tbo nomber ot ,hatb was 90l ni'.n than the aterage for t!.:...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 February 1867

Hclllous Intelligence Tbe rtvirsl in LaSlcx.viiieb now numbers 50 corjvrrit.bas occurred nbder tbe ministry of Rev. Irs I'iciscn. of tbe Baptist chareh, wbose tc is "5 Tears. A revival is in pregrt se ia Barton, and tlicrc is a deep religious interest taanifiitetl in Psfsotapsie, la CalcdoaU coantv. A scries of religious zncetiugs arc notr in .degress at South Sbaitsbcrj The atten dance ar-I aitentiun are good, A number bare j roftssed to bate sxperuDewJ religion. The intercut cantinnoJ Ba&batetl. R-r John G. Uelc, rate tor of the Congre- I ti mil cbercb in PooItiieT h tend, red his ret-ir-nation, to Talc rVurl Sle'cli lt, j wlueli eoapictri! a josatc ol mtJ jrars. I Tbe Rutland Herald sajs .Mr. Hale ie the I die: t::lcJ taster of a Correatioaal ! cbuioh in Rutland cocnty. On bis leariog. 1 Or. Seaver of Rattaud l-eooux s the senior pasto!. and Rev. W. S Smart of Brandon nest, all b&Tisg ut-n tettkd tbs fane dev. Mr. Hale has Veen a laitbful minister A Tennessee Vendetta. a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 February 1867

VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL- XIII. BURLINGTON, VT.. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8. 1807 NUMBER THIRTY-TWO Poctrv The Scant) of Old Age. I vften think each tottering tor is Tint limp along in life's decline, ( inoe lion? a heart as youn;;. as warm, Ab foil of idle fault as air I And each has' had iu dream of jay. Its own unequalled, pare romance. Commencing whe a the blushing boy First thrilled at lovely woman's glance. Ad J each could tell his tale of yanth. Would think its scenes of lore erinee More passion, more unearth 1 train Than any tale before or since. 1 ee ! they eoald tell of tender late. At midnight penned m cUsie sendee. Of days more bright than medemdsyg And maids more fair than modern saii J b : or whispers m a willii g ear ; Of kisses on a blushing cheek, l.ach kiss, each whisper far too dear Oar modern lips to give or apeak, if passions too untimely crossed Of passions slighted or betrayed Of kindred spirits early lost. And bads that blossomed bat to faie. Of beaming eyes...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 February 1867

u $m rm. C. C. z B.X. BENEDICT. EDITORS AID l-BAPRIKTOBS. Tmm; Two DoLigaaper year, In advance. FEIDAT MORNING, FEBRUARY 8.1667. tiieiveeklv ntEi: press Ta Bcsuxeros Wntir FaczPaisa It pub llsfceJ every Friday morning;, and contains tie Uttitaewi j report or Boston markets andCam brldre CtUe Market j foil SUt, County and ocal telllenee -, well (elected Miscellany, Ac., Ic o care moil outlay will be spared to male It a re lable. Interesting ana valuable family Journal. v Tho circulation or the Fan Frees exceeds that f any paper In the region, and It Is. thereruie, an ucrivtlled medium for advertisers We desire to give additional attention to the e xf f iri cr the virions towns In this and adjolslc: Counties, In which our Weekly has a r.umercus dr eulatton, and shall esteem it a favor it our reader will forward us any items of interest. COUXTV CONVENTION. spLe friends of temperance and prohibitory liquor X law In Chittenden CouLty are requested to meet In dele;ate convention at the Ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 February 1867

a THE BUELINGTON, VL FREE PBESS.FRIPAY MORUIS'g. FEBRUARY 8, 1866 r rv.ivTnY HrsiDtNCE roK Saw. It will be noticed from an ndvcrticcizcnt in anoth tr column, that Prof, llunccrford cOcrs for sale his fine place at Ilighbridgc. It is commodious bouse, with spacious grounds commanding the wild eccnery ol the gorge and rapids below tbe High bridge, and is of fered at a low figure considering the amount t.f land and all the attractions. It is a de lightful summer icsidcnce, and cannot be cr peeled to be long in nmket. ,VEW OF THE WREK BY TELfcfiUA.rH. New Yokk, Jan. 31 Steamer Henry Cliauncy from Aepinwall with Lclilornta oatct ot mtn met. arrived thi morning. I'lUiania dates arc to the 23d met. It vtaa prolml.lr that Mr. llurton, our JlinUtcr to Jltgota would rccciTC a suitable apology from the (Joumnient ioriucoueri' mtc language used by one- of the President'! Generals. Tii.1 Allird fi.it was at Valparaiso. It was reported that the Brazilian army gained an advantage over uto or six m...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 February 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VTl FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING -FEBRlJRY 8,1867 Religious Intelligence. Tbetlargest contribution ever given by an individual while living, to tho American Baptist Home Mission Society, has jast been jid: bjrfa member in Vermont. Tbe sum msi $4,000. Several conversions were among tbe re sult pf a fuur days meeting beld last wcci by the Baptist church in Windsor. Amon the Sabbath school tcachira in Mr. Ltrd'ii church in Slontpclicr arc such men as Hon. C. V. Willard, Hon. E. I Walton. XJon. J.JWj,b Poland and J. T. Thurston, gentlemen widely known in the State. Should the prominent men of other towns, in like manner, connect themselves with the the Sabbath schools, how much better inter- cit would be apparent in the schools and how much more good accomplished ! Tbe Methodist Centenary collection now fjot up ovoi $3,SOO,000, and it is not yet all in. 1: will undoubtedly reach $4,000.- 000. Of this gum Daniel Drew of New . York, Kve $000,000, and Mr. Baldwin of Ohio $300...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 February 1867

s i--urn1 mi mi ii ihli' -it '" niwiwtw!M j' nie w ujugjjiioirBBia'm. j i.) i i.i hmmw w VOL. NEW SERIES VOL- XIII. BURLINGTON, YT ., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, I8G7 NUMBER THI11TY-THREE Poclrv, The Cider JIill. By the roadtide stand the cider milt. Where a lowland slumber wafts the rill. A jrcat, brown boilding, tiro stories btgh. On the wetteru hill-face, warm and dry ; And odorous piles of applet there Fill with incense the golden air ; And heirs of pumice, filled with rtravf. Their amber sweets the late Site draw. Tbc carts back up to the opjwr dsor. And fpill their treasure in oo the flow. Djwn through tbc toothed wheels they g To the wide. Jeep cider press below. And tbe screws are turned by tlow degrees Itcwa on tbe straw laid eider eaetee. And with each tarn a f oiler stream Burets from beneath the groaning beam : An amber stream the godi might sip, And fear no morrow's parched lip. But wherefore gods? Those ideal toys Wire soulless to real New England beys. What clastic g...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 February 1867

WAsnrscTOS, Feb. 11 SENATE. Mr Sooner offered a resolution instructing 1 the Judiciary Committee to inquire into tne expediency of mending tbe Clril Eight Bill. I M that all ease against any peri debarred by the State frem any right cf a citizen shall be heard and decided by court tf the U. S., and not by State court. Mr Chandler noted lo tale up hi resolution offered Saturday, in reference to the authority cf the acting Treaident to appoint Provisional Goreroora in the State lately in rebellion. Mr CbarJler contiDned at length to recapitu late the charge against the President, and said that if ruilty of any cne of them he should be impeached and removed. The resolution was tabled without a division. The Invalid Pension bill wa pa?sed, a the Port Office Appropriation bill. Mr Wade called up the jsict resolution pro pping an amendment to the Constitution, tt.V.ti the lr, sident inelieible for re-election. A reported by the Judiciary Committee, the I ieo?ution reads, " So person elect...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 February 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREE PRESS.FKIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1866 r A M MlLITAET GOTZRSJIOT. The IIOQEC on Wednesday pasted Mr. Stevens' bill Tor cs t lUifbicfi militsry government m the rebel States 1y a vote ot 109 to 53. Flowers jlsd Fiowee fcrxDS, Slc The la dies and gardeners thonld tend for Yick'J IUus trtcd Catalogue and Floral Guide, published by James Viet:, Rochester, New York. His establishment is of tic highest reputation, and his cataloue cf S3 psg.es is fall, elegantly illus trated, and instructive. Mr. Vick gives his catalogue to his customers ; thote who hare not leen customers Kill do well to enclose 25 cents fur catalogue and postage. It is worth much ore than the money to those who wish to cul tivate flowers in house, conservatory or garden. In .llemonain. A meeting of the Teachers and students of Iliucsbnrgh Academy was held Feb. 8th, 1EC7, for the purpore of considering what action they should take, respecting the death cl their friend and schoolmate, Haebiet Sio...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 February 1867

ll i I hi ti J ! i '1 ! i f L ,1 4 ft .ft." r.-i it . in- Si: 3." ft. e r Li'. 4- .if i ! - I : K :: t. . M I.J I'.:' v I": ilk t 1 Religion Intelligence, i The new Baptist church building at Mont- t ROmery was dedicated jn..r.0tb, Kcv. L. A. I Dunn of Fahfax vrcaching ; and next day BrT. George II. l'arlcr waa ordained to toe ministry,' and installed 88 pastor of the church. Sermon by Dr. J. F. lliclow of St Albans. Kcv. il. A. Wilcox, pastor elect oftbc Bsptirt church in this city, commenced hi? pastoral labors lift Sunday. The new Methodist church in Franklin is tu be dedicated on the 24th tost. It has been euuirleUd s: a cott of S7.0G0 c!l paid. Rev. ilr. Boaidmin of LvnnCcId, Mae, has Urn .railed to the t'ourcsatiunal church at Poultr.ey, to FupiJr the place of their lata patter. Uev. John G. Hale. The Catholics in Rutland have purchased a lot find intend to build a church thereon 115 by CO feet, princijally or marble. The country Catholic churches in Mafsa chctetts arc subscri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 February 1867

V 1 BUELINGTON-,VT., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY Q3, 1867 VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. NUMBER THIRTY-FOUR ggP 44r J144 W V i liP- Poctrv St. Valentine's Iay. Valentine's Dav ! Valentine's Day ! How shall my fVcble pen asiay Of thy Love burdened glories to telL Season of Etnilcs season cf tears Season of hopes sea sen of fears Season of murmuring, kissing and sighing. Of whispering soft nothings.of pining and Jjing: Of vows cf true constancy breathed o'er and o'er: Season of loud doable knocks at the door And limitless rings at the 111. Vnlentine's Day J ail hail, all bail ! i prevail, Cupid Day. ih cruel but bewitching Jane ! I'll never trust a maid :am ! I had a bonce not long ago, A bouse to let as well yon know Well bnilt, well ordered, famished fair. Bat you, eweet thief, one summer's day, Went by, marauding on your way, Anl found without a bolt or liar The windows up, the door ajar. And entering in, as 'twere your own, Kindled a fire and sat you down : r,'l there remained in sp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 February 1867

A long delate ensned, which ni participate' in by Messrs Saulsbary, Johnson, IIendricks Williams, Doolittle and others, snd inter sperscj by motions to adj. urn anil offers looking to a compromise. At a quarter to three A JI a Tote wis had anil Mr Sumner's amendment wis rejected. Yeas 7, Nays 25. At 3 A M. Mr Henderson offered the Louis iana bill in a modified form as a substitute far the pending bill and it was real. The Senate then adjourned without definite action. HOUSE. Numerous private bills were disposed of, and on the expiration of the morning hour the Bounty Equaliztticn bill was taken up, and Mr. Bo'.iiis, of Xcw Hampshire, objecting to the deduction of local bounties, as the Ktstrrn State, where libera bounties had been pail by tte local authorities, would tbeitby be called upon to pay bounties to the soldiers of States which had not been so liberal, offered an amend ment to that effect. It was warmly opposed by the Western members, and as warmly supported by those from t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 February 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FJREK PKESS.FKIDA.Y MORNING, FEBRUARY 5212, 1866 Tonnage or AiiERiMV and Foeeics Vts- etas i.v Veksioxt. The following is a etatc nicnt of the tonnage of American and for eign vessels, which cntcrcdand cleared in the district ol Vermont, (mostly at the port or 15urhDton) to and from foreign countries during the fiscal year ending June SO, 1SCC. Entered. American, Foreign, Total, American, Foreign, Total, S.70S 51,112 59,520 12.021 57.221 'o9,2!2 Cleared. CHtTTEMDEN COC.MV. TllC following 18 a imniary of the lartlw, marriages and deaths in th county of Chittenden, for the year 1861: 1'opabtKm in I860. 28,136 ISirtkt. Whole number. Mules, restated. 325 167 1SI I Uak newn, J'aremUfe. Aa isa. 1M 21 101 01 1C 21 291 ISO 139 Foreign, Uatnown, Marriftt. Whole mil American PardgB, Unkrajwn DtmUu. Whole: Jl&les, Kanaka. Uaknoan, Acea given. Angwgat, Avenge, l'erctetage. 271 SI .70 1.S0 Vcrmnnt Item-. Tbc recent lrebet swept away bridp in Windham County, to- that trave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 February 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 22, Religious Intelligence. Rev. S. II. Williams, four years pastor ol the church in North Hero, has closed bis official labors there. . The next Annual Conference of the M. E. church for Vermont, will be held at New bury. Thirteen persons hare recently united with the Univcrralist church in Nortbfield. Eight of these haTC been received by the Right Hand of Fellowship, and a Prajer of Confirmation, with laying on of hands bv the pastor. Two more arc tj be received Ay Baptism, Right Hand of Fellowship and Confirmation. The Universalis church at WoodsUck having been thoroughly rcpnired, moJcrnited and adorned, during the past tcaton, was rededieated by appropriate religious services, on luredav of last week. Sermon by Rev, Aslicr Moore of Springfield. A meeting was held in St. Albans on the 9th, to organize the First Congregational Society of St. Albans. The following were choecn directors, viz. : John .1. Deavitt, C. K. Saff inl...

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