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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 21 June 1842

MwUthm Kn tftfg flagcr arc jmfiltglirfr thc HubUc eVisrrs, iltsoluttous. 2afos, Uuijifc JTrcattof, 23anftruit 51ottccs tc. of tlie Wm'tcii Statcs, 2Jfl Slutnorfii. H. BEL L, Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JUNE 21, 1842. vol: VllNO. 7. 13 rcnLisnnD evkuv tcesday jioenixc SOUTH EXD OF TIIE JJKIDGE, II V J . COBB J R hv whom all ordcrs for prinfing, Books, Pam.f nhlcts, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvcry descripl.on . will he xieatly and fashionabiy cxccuieu, short noticc. TBMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. y-,lh:eberiber iIIoberIbcr. . Mivi.lualsand Cnmpinin tt-hntakeatllieoffice, r ,30cenUlf paidin ix inontbn. rVi.npviien on stn;e rnulM, .... rfiwswhitaltenf l'ntridrr, ... ... 1. rth. r.-.r ''. SOU 5.10 51,75, SJ.00 S-i iti"T ll-contlntml nnlilarrearairsarc paid, cirrol at thc ' n ium ort!l priiiirielir. Nnp.iyiiieiiutoCarriersallowtdel- ceplcmlered by ihc pinpriclnr. Allcimin iiiicalionsniiilb addrrwd lo Ihrcdilnr I'nrr I aid 3IISCELLANE0US. TO A RAT (ctrcirr is x tristisg orrrct) Thou ...

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. — 21 June 1842

TniHD PaITV CoSvENTiO.f . We have 011. innrt sotnc prpcious hints ofthe wire working pi" n f'-- su-h frllows ns Hi-m.ni Yt. W. Millor, !i Tttlnji "f 'hJs convpntion, which we defer rtir'tJ preent, and give now but Ihe following ,vrn frnm lhe Wntchman. There were n dnz. i i Clmnnn f f III II t V Hllf m.lv r.bout 40 nctinz member in lhe whole, :,i.j n's'iarc of thPtn lcft Ihe convention !n iH. ' g-iKt hi '.Iipv dicoverpci tiiat n wni iniuie, n ipJy MTond locnfoco convenliort. It will j .a Ioiik time. we imngine, bcforo lhe aboli. i'ini's of Vermont will conscnt to go hnnd iir r.ai 1 with slavcociacy ar.d locofoeoism. lUavGfvl consislrnry. . I). Barber. wlio Invt ynr niowp.l nnti.tjirlfFdoetrinp.s in perfect !ilnn with bc viows and intcrests or lhe Slarpiwracv elthc South, is now t'.e candidnte .d'the thi'dpariy lir Lieuien-.ni GovernT. On uaft with this anoth-T fan: ai .h? third party f..mrpiition,a tesilution wns ofTcTed rompliment- ano rtcciuiu nana in iinsrrss ni urnii ui nu- of ,M...

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. — 21 June 1842

rrt'ie MiMltburr P.;-le Trwi- V M EDIC.iL CONVKNTION composed t:,ble number ol reguiar praciiouer.. l.olden at Middlebury, on ,fa rrtc,! , f rti; Ccmty. va tleltthlnst. ... rn Hcsules tl.e ableand !acomc oddre.a of Dr. f W. Warner, ihc Conventimi were agrcably entcrtoincd brihe inrrcsm.g and practical re i.. r veralother members of the profes-t-:.., .M.rni!cnt bnsincss was transacl- jion. i d. l-t Resokcd. Thit wc procedc :o orgnmzo ties which bind up to conlcnd zealously ior principles sucjessfully. of our National Govcrl Resohed, That tlii cnthusiasm to the n our country's good, to he carryinjj out those into thc administration mcnt. meeting rcspoad with nnination made by thc Whig party in convdntion assemhled in II Icigh. on thc fourth ot sound renubhcan HEXRY CLAY.of of l'rcsidcnt of ilio U oursclvcs to sinfain bv menns. said noininati thai the clection of .Mr. .t'nnll !, nrnmntivn nf 1 ' - - .. . r. . i-. t " .OiuntvMcdical s-ocieiy, in accoruuiiue y ... countrv. spirit and dcs...

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. — 21 June 1842

IN BANKRUPTCY. Unitcd States District Court, Vermont District. In Bankruptcy. Notice to show cause against petition of Timolbv Fisher of Ripton, in siid district for his dischaige;ftd cortificalo as bank rupt, at the offico of Samuel Prentiss, District judge, in Montpelier in said district, Wednesday August 31, 1842, 10, . m. 7 United States District Court, Vermont District. In Bankruptcy. Notice to show cause against petition of Sidncy Boolb, late of Middlebury in aid district for his discharge and cerlificale as bankmpl, aflhoolhce ot aam'jel Prentiss, dis tirct Judge, in Montpelier in said district, Wed. nesday, Angujt 31, 1842, 10, a jl 7 United States District Court, Vermont District. In Bankrndlcy. Notice to nhow causo against petition ol Ezra Crane, of Middlebury in said district for bis discharge and Certificate as bankrupt, at the f ffico of Samuel Prentiss, dis- .l.fa-JMMj;-, ,11 illUIHCIICI 111 DAIU UlSblllrfc, GJ' csday, August 31, 1842. 10, a M, 7 United States District...

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. — 28 June 1842

fleopk Xn tftfs JJajer arc jmtjltshrt tne DuMtc rtrcw, iitfloluttons. 2afos, Ettultc arrcattcs, Ban&rupt Sotfcrs Etc. of the dnitrt States, 33 StutitontD. II. BELJLij Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JUNE 28, 1842. VOL. YI1NO. 8. mmkbmn wum 9 ,1 n'BLISHED EVERV TUESDAY JIORNIKG AT SOUTH END OF THE BRIDGE, BY J. C O B B J R. ... ..t,m 11 nriWa fr nrintiDff. Books, ny i. iiv.u w. ....... - tj' - ..Li.i. d:ii n j. A, nf everv dcs- Ji "T"T:m u" ' "ZrnTfasbionablV e.t- rcuted, at short noticc. 7ERMS OF TH ElsVJEWMVO LU M E . 5,oo Vllltftiabierlbi Jlll tlbCMD". . ..k.i.L illhl"r I , Tsacrnnlf piidin iix momm. uenuui anu service oi man ana suDieci 10 ms i . . ,.u.. .,.., iu. uu cpiniM "';5VTd'r. " ' difction. and that it i3 only in thu ignor- I l.PVe Ar.a?at the number of galtons rhotowiiotakcfof Posirider, . - ''"" -. , orilistillcu spirits consumcd in the Unitcd Ifnotpaidatihefndoriii'yenrSJ,!s. ance of men that worms and insects become wn fnri ikr.. ,.-;.. e Hon. d cc tlt. i oi...

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. — 28 June 1842

AliOlNTMENT OT MlDSIFMKH. Oo loOk- n.c oer ihf report ir. the National lmel leencer of tho debatfi on Thursday on tlie Nuvv Appropriation bill, wc find the fol Iowiug pajsage. Mr. Everett, of Vermont, an old, consid ernte and nccurate membor, made this statemrni: He rns" to cnll on the Commiltee on ft'tivnl AfTairs. oron any other nc-quainted with tlie siibje'-t for somo inforinalior. ns lo tlie nppoitument of midshiptnun, io which everv section of tho country had adeep in-. . . i - . I. .., n n lerest. It appearcd 10 nim mcin , mnnner in which thevcould so altacli the ; who'e rountry to the Navy ns lo dislribute these Hppo nimenta among ih"5 d.tfi rent ectins of the Union. He did not recol. U cl that ho had ever had tho good fortune tn get a pnrson appoin'ed for whom he mndo spplicaiion. During the late Ad. minNlruiion, he applied for a poor orphan bnv to get hirn into the Navy. He hnd not th.n quito arrived at he age which nns requnvd ; but he receiv.-d encouragc meiii tliat when ...

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. — 28 June 1842

h. nnneiplw, and a dratt for three ihous- nd voi" from lhe wmgs 01 me je Hamdbn Cutts, Joiw Pobter.Sal. ' E. Dcttox. and Abner Field, were tcd for ocnators w'g' t'.v ivirdsor County Locofoco lickct for Senators, Ly.nan Raymoud. MeKc uay. ,EclmanJi. Jolin P. Skinncr. Ciar'.es RUTLAND COUNTY. Tic Whig Senatorial tickct is as lo f: E. N. Briegs, of Brandon. A. Allen, of Fairhaven, E. Allen. of Pawlet, furlher particulars of lhe convcntion roived. fol. CONGRESS AND VETO. . . ihp. one-' The provisional lanti diii. o billtill anew mriu 1JIIUU UI wt- , ... .U , 0nis,lhaMncO..s,4 ------ f membert. there is n:t a whig numerical foice sufficienl to ensure its passage ai pre sent. A whig who in the present exigcn cies'of our affairj will be absent, except upon the most urgnnt nccessity, deservcs no comroon brand of infamy. Washington is full of gossip about a change of Cabinet. We are glad to hear that the Madisonian dirl:iinM anJ' information by nuthority in -,.h!ion lo a veio ofthe tartfT bi...

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. — 28 June 1842

IN BANKRUPTCY. United States District Court, Vermont Disuict. In Bankruptcy. Notice to show cause against pMillon nf Tirnotl-y Fisher of Ripton, in aaid rii.trict for his dischaigo and ccrtificato as bank rupt.atthe office ofSamuef Pr.nt.... Di.tnct joden in Montpelier in said district. Wednesday Aucu'it 31. 1842. 10. a. m. Uniteil States District Court, Vermont District. In Bankniptcv. Nutice to show cause against pelin.m of Sid'iey Boolh, Isle of Middlebury in iaid district for his discliarge and ccrtificate as bankrupt, atllienffico of Samucl Prcntss, dis tirct Judze, in Montpelier in eid district. Wed. ncsday, August 31, 1842. 10. M. 1 United States Disinct Court, Vermont District . ..... n . .h,.w rauso aire nst in mr.iUuiV. : rr... . - pctiiio.. o Eya Crane. of M.dd oborj . in uni w i' iii" v..s. - t,...i nt ihn rffiee of Samucl Prentiss, dis triut judjfe, iii .Montpelier in said district, Wed iicJtNv, Angust 31, 1842. 10. M. 7 Uiuled States District Court, Vermont District. "...

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. — 5 July 1842

in tftfs JJaper are publtshrt the UubUe rtrers, Btsolut'onfl, ILatoa, EuTjUe Ereattrs, 33anferupt iiot'ccs Etc. of the JS'n'trt States, J3b Sfathoritn. U. BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JULY 5, 1842. VOL. VIlNO. 9. H rrjBLISIIED EVERV TUESDAY MOBNINO AT .VOKTH ESD OF THE BRIDGE, BY J. C O B B J R. If whom all orders for printing, Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every des tription will be neatly and fashionably ex. ecuted, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. OIIafettib.criMrf 82.00 UalliutMCriDerc. . . . . .... ..jtvidual'and Compauick who take atlne orScr, 31, .5, or ,SOceiitlrpUIii ix inontlii. Campinles omlagf roulf 81,75 rtoiirwhntakeor Pomrldrra, . . . t?i00 ttnol paid at Ihe trid of itir year $2,2S. Xapapersdicoiitlntied untilarrearagcs arepn.d. except at Ibeaption orth proprietor. No pa.rmenl to C'arriert al itjweJtc-,iitn-dered by the pioprlclor. AUcdtnmuntcalloDitauitbeadilrcBtiedto the editor I'oit r.i- OUR FATHHRS, WHERE ARE THEYl BT H. j....

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. — 5 July 1842

r.nrerred on ihe produeer iscxtorted from rniisumers a ftlsc position. and yel ihe vcrv one mgrd against protection bv locofocoism in ihis qnarter. Read, ..jjosi people want protection a prntec tive TarifT. Do they want ii for themseves or olli'Ts! Are ihey quite sure that it is tlie on.grower,nnd not tho mnnufacturcr, who i- nmigl't lo be prolcciedt And if the man i.facmrtT, arcall who buy willing to beta.v. , H 25 per ccut. more tban liiey now pay.foi purc love of country to protect ihe rich ,--ipitnlits? And irihe wool-growor, nre nll -tipr classcs willing lo bo tnxed to pul mo i i:v ir. his pocket.' Can this bc lhe paper hich now prelL-nda to bo llie exclusive nd vocalc ofprotpclion lo tc-o7 U ihis oq'ial r'clr-J His one man or cl m ny morr rfrthtnil clatni lo prolcciior than another? None. Il devolves upon :he ndvo ales of liis(protrclivn)ystem to show that thi U not tlie operation, for ihcy eertainly cminol jiiitify " Vermont Patriot Feb. 5 1842. Wo belicve Direct Tnxntion to ...

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. — 5 July 1842

t we dcny in congrcss any piver to im-j poe duties for jiroteclwn. ITpnr it " The Green Mountain and r.nmlo Sfates should bo sislers in polilics' or, in other words, Vermont should elect Nathan Srailie. Governor and thus go with Xevv Hampshire and her prcsent sister, South Caroh'na, for Free Tradc and Ncgro Slavcrv This is Ihe cntcrlainmcnt to witch Vermont is invited clcct Smillic and a hmdon Proteclion. This Vermont will tiot do. It s nsking too much the whig dcmocmcy of the State will nover consent , it. 'l"liey, the trne '-friends ol libcrty and Equal Rtghts will comc to tho rescue" and forbid the consummation. vVo ask ev nxy rcal dcniocrat, how hc likcs New I lam pshire proteclion and democracy, as set forih in thc above rcsolution 1 Can you go il? Cahdonion. PEOPLrE'S PKESS. Tucsday Julv 5, 1842. ""whig'homimatioiis. Senatoes Addison Cokxtt PETER S T A R R , HARVEY MUNSILL, The Whig Conventton mccls hcrc !o morrow. Thc prospect is fair for n nutr.er oua a'tendancc. Public houi...

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. — 5 July 1842

IN BANKRUPTCY. Uniied Stales District Court, Vermont Dit:ict. In Banlruptcy. Notice to show cause againsl p- i"ion ot Ttofoj of Ripton. .?. dlrtrict for his dischaige and ccrl.ficate as bank. "pi attheoffico of Samucl Prentiss. D.slricl .der. in Montpelier in saiddUtrict, Wcdnesda) Aapul 31, 1842, 1Q. A. M. ' Uniteil States District Court, Vermont Distncl. In Bankrnplcv. Notico to show caoso agai u- , at ,10 Office ofSami e- Prentbs, District Jude, pptition of Sidicy Boith, late iif .Uiddieborj tn jn Vljnlp, il!r in Bai(j Daat rict. Wednesdty, A'"e raid district for his dischargo .nd cerliiieate as i A A j ?6 b.nkmpl. atll.eoffico of Som .-I Prenl ss, d.s. Unj((itJ fi Dj . c OrctJuUCa.inMon.poher ,...a.dd,.tr,ct. Wed. Vrnnoul LUlricL nesday. August 31- 1842, 10. M. I Bankauplcy. Notico to .how cause ogaln.t United States Disir.c, Coutt, pliljoii , r Sl ,fp s ookl!ro( Go,hPn tai( VerniOtit DlStnct. Dh-trict for ,"m D.scl.arge and Ccntifieale a. Ir. Bankructcy. Nnl.ce to .how C1U" 8e;...

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. — 12 July 1842

fllre Kn thtfl 33apcr are publfshrt the 33ublte rtrers, l&esolutfons, iafos, fjublfc ErcatieB, Ban&rupt ilottces Etc. of the Hm'teii States, JJn Slmhortto. JJ. J3EL L- Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JULY 12, 1842. VOL. VI1NO. 10. ,( fCBtlSHED EVERV TUESDAY MORNIKQ AT SOKTH END OF THE BHIDOE, BV J. COBB JR. iv whom all orders for printing, Books, fctophlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every des- aiplion will be neatly and fashionamj icutcd, at short notice. 7ERMS0FTHEJEVEMTHV0LUME. r . . . 2. fllljeulncril. ... 5,00 !f.rindComp.;ie. "who'take atthe office, 1,75, 1. SSrridiKontinaed untilarrer!Ci are pala, except t 'Z mlinn of Ihe proprietor. No parroenu to Cameri U- n.u..ication. muii.be addrMMdtoihe editor post, rj- ,wrJ,xp.v ...... During the progress of the Clay 3Ieeting Wednesdr.v last. the fol- ai " lowing Song, wntten for the occasion, was circulated, and with the singtng of which tbe mccting adjourned. Air "Auld Lang Synt." LTe Tain regret for errori pit, Nor caft...

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. — 12 July 1842

thit the public can clearly seo and approve ihcm. H we could look through a wtndow into the human brcast.and there discovor thc causes whicli lead to changns of opinion, !,cv mWit bo made without Imiard. But: nei'tis Impossible to pesetrate the human hi-art. nnd distinguish between the sinister nnd honest motives which prompt it, nj pnblic man tbat ehanges his opinion. once Jeliberaiel formed and promulgntpd, under olhcr circumstances than thoe whtch I hnve s'.ated, drawa around him distrttst, impairs tho pub'ic confidence, and lessens liis capac iiv to serve his country. wi!I take this occasion now to say. tbat J um. and have been lonp snlisfied, that it would have been wiserand more politic in mo lo liave dech'iied accepiing the office of fc't-crelary of Slate in 1825. Not that my motives were not as pure and -i pnlriotic as pvercnrricd any man into pubhc office imt thnt tho calumny wliich was appln d to 1,'ie fuct was nntas gross and as unfounded as anv that was ever propnsatcd. ...

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. — 12 July 1842

fnrcign compclition, encourago tlie toil an-J entcrpriso of tho Producer and ihe Consumer, tiie Farmer, the Manurnctur er, the Mechnmc, and under the United .-rtliat thcvoughi to be,"but what other wise thoy'caniiot be, "Free and Indopen dent States." 2. The dislribution, among the spv cral States, to whom it righlfully belongs, of thc procceds of tho sales of the Pub )ic Lands. 3. The discharge of the constitution nl power, rcposed in the Federal Govern fnent aionc, to provide a "Uiiiform Cur. rt-ncv"bv meatis of which cxchan"es mily be rqua'ized.and the business and the ! Comn...uF1a..uuS u. ine peupie i..-y UrmerS oecai.se t.iey wcre so swy as 10 ar. sacTlficins course, and UI,ceasing eflbrts du -bu CcilitBtcd ud prolected. malltJ proICC,i,in for woo!, which would ; ring a long lifo of public scrvice it is Hexrt 1. That just economy in ihc admin- f ,l . f , . ,. .ctration of Government. both Sia'e and of onr Ripublican instilulions'. ; Th. nt.nl.Lo nrndominance of . nd nrdor: and...

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. — 12 July 1842

JOSEPH MAR HAS jusl received lrnsronstantlv on 1 and keensconstantlv on hand a large and splrndid assorf ment of Gold and silverLev er, Hori2ontl Lrpine, fuar tier and common Afineassortmentolsiiver lauiram. .c.. , mh Reads-.silver Thimbles; silver Speetacles; &J;B010AM0 S1LVER PEMCILS; w.llet; K; Gold Chains; Sealsand Key.j ; afine ortment of Finger-rings; T"zc r0mb .irfe.n smaTTeaand House Bells : Spj large and ma 'mLls . Pltenl and common Kil&Un .nd B.ss Viol Strings; Fifes; 'cianonetts; Flagolett. ; Tonmg-forks ; inOKIMG-GLASSES ; Thermoroetns ; lugether with various other articles usually kept .n . Jew- ?l er's shop.comprising a bcilcr a..orlroent Jhai, ever offered in tbis pUe. lefore; Togeth.i w.th a large assorttnent of Brass.AIarm,and Wooden Clocks which he can and will sell as cheap as any one. inrt WleheS FA1THFULLLY RE- PAIRED at ihe shorlest notice, anil no pains suared 10 eive sansiaciion. Middlebury, Oct. 11, 1841. 23tf 1 842. MANUFACTURING. DAVEMPORT & TU...

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. — 19 July 1842

MBUtbm n thts ffagcr arc piftlfshc thr ffubUc rtcrs, iicsoluttons. Satoa, uulic Crcattcs, Iftnkrtipt liotfcrfl Etc. of thc tKmtrtr Statcs, JJ2 Suthont2. H. BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JULY 19, 1842. VOL. VI1NO. 11. If PL'BMSIIED EVERIT TUESDAY MOBKIXG AT NORTH EXD OP THE BBIDGE, BV J. COBB JR by whom al ordcrs for printing, Books, Pamnhlets, Bills, Cards, &c, ofevery dcs .ription will be neatlyand fashionably ex ecuted, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. VlHipesubscribers $2.00 yiilsubwcribtr, ...... 2,00 lujiriJualstnd Companlet whotakf atthe office, SI,4, or 1,50 cenl ir paid in six tnoalhi. CmoptLalcs fin slagt? rntilra 51,75 rb'ra" who lake of Po-itridrrs, ... 200 jfnoipaid at Ihe end orihr year 52,25. ao.iapewllscoiitiiiued unliIarrearaCs are pald, except at tlicoiitionof tb" propriclDr. JVopayineiitstoUarriersal luwfl fflctlJtordered by Ihe pioprietnr. Allctmmumcallons must.be addrcsfiedto the cdhorl'osT LvWS OF THE UNITED STATES Passed at Ihe Zd...

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. — 19 July 1842

I rnerclv unbound'd l"1 S ates. but throughout the whole comrnercml t ktXdged by President Jnck n in his vet message ln which heexpress. Ivstated, thatne con.u "'fi- - (Wrcss the .lm of aa umxcept.onable cl.arter, if applicnlion had bren made u him. And I stalo as a fact. hat many, I n.n s..re. will here remembur and susta.n, n.ai dnring the canvnss then go.ug on f..r ihe Prcsidency, many of Ms trie.ids i" th.s Stale gave assurances. tl.ai. ... the eveut of h.s nIcc.ion, a Bank of tl.c U. S. wouid lcrs'abiMhed'. Ii was luld ont to the people. lliat a bctter ,-nrrcncy should be supplicd.ui.d a moresafe r.i:d faithful executio.i ofof the fiscal dut.es u.vvards the Government would be perforin . d bv the loial banks, than by thc Bank of ll:e V. S. . What vvastheimmcd.ate cffect of the o. t..nhtnivof that ins'itut.on? The eslab. M ih T ,i u !rable local banks, vh.rh where wnh a rapidity to , Iisl rr.ei.t of innumera yfniii" np every wtiere wnn a rap h,ch e onn.,ot look back w.lhoul arrm...

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. — 19 July 1842

when !t was ! found, asin all similar cases, thal the inoti fywasoxpended, and an additional sum ,,:u5t be appropnated for the ccmpletiue of ,',e work. Twice or tliree limes, lo the griif of l!ie legislature, and of every man in the state, ne-vappropriations werc de- manded uniil the cxpcr.se of tlie Slute House was r&i cd lu tho nmouulof one , honeverofadditioH.il tax has been1 actnl , . .... .. , - ., bid vpcn tl.c people. I he cap-.tal of .ho BC!iool futid, which by the terms of tho act , conbiiluti'ig il.caniiot be Uaed for fifty years ' ,ocon.o, instead of bciiig lent to individuals v l.een borrowed bv the state, aiid llie m- . n.. r.lw. nnllnarv rev- u...,Uuh, - ciiue. of all thcrc is This is thc suniminf: P .-.bout thc State deb.. ubich is attcmpted to bc mystified. od wcekly Pan,dcd beforo the , eople as iboueh ''0"id extravagance ,ud bei-n pi-rpetrated by the whigs. ot ihe hadow of a bugbear h'is bcen cunjured up m iclation to any olher cxpcnditures. iNo Statt in the Un...

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. — 19 July 1842

JQSEPR BYAR HAS J831 receivea mu keepsconsUntly on band a Iarge nd splendid assorf ment of Gold and silver Lev er, Horrz.ontal Lepine.Quar tier and comracn WATCHES: A Sne assortment ol suver i "i " -i-v-i.-., , . T.H I cwvns 1 finld Beads: i ve r tnim"ie; wom.ui.ra, rs: GuLD AMD SILVER FEHCILS; vv.ilet,; Kevs; a fine v. .... r:u 1 r.nna: uu ' . ' . f PinT.f.rinzs: Tweezers; (ombs; ' mos; bnntifnl K2oi. hPi7"? D.-i?.0p;L..!l ' ' iiirViT T,.TJd HaU BduT ' bSAOO DUDLtu .I. .V. . 1 V':ii-s Majr ho;V iolin anu caj ia. om. 55, ir-,rii- ciinon'ii ; r 1 " f . LOaX'ME-GLASSES ; Theinn.ti ; ts ,.. vanon other articlcs uiuii! kep m a tuKrlher i Jesv- 1 ,,ci'ssl 00. comrrl5irS a Ijfilcr a'sortiucnt llian . in ih-i rlice lelore: loieujei wita 1 Ijre asfortaent cf i Brass,Alurm,anil Wooden Clocks h.chhe canand will sell a chcap aj any one. jjj. ClocksanJ Watehe r aithfui-i.i.t RE PAIRED il Ihe shortest cotice.aoil co paini narrd 10 f ire satisfacticn. Mi.MUborv. 0c. U. 23 If 182. MANUFACTL'RING. ...

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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