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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 June 1838

VERMONT PIKEUTIX. VOL.. IV. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JUNE $, 1838. NO. 40. From the New Yorker. , HP LAST OF THE STAGE COACH- i All in I' cr'e( slnS nt'nt na ',0 i .1... Urtnilln nf lhf rlnnr. Th, rnnnli anor 'drivei,' ns ',c 13 denominated in ihe arlancc or New ingianu, nil in is an ounctfincnt had tifpn isllessly,,seated .upon is box, with n half smoked long nine pro from Ins lips. He now gathered up . .,iv,n iii the nnim oi ms it-it iiunu. shook r i""' . . . i I. 1 nm tviln nn ntr nml,tstnnnl ,uiiv' hunsell the wniie wun a lorworti in Inution of his body more firmly on his ,t Drawing them through his fingers, ill lie ascertained to his satisfaction that .... milled unon the bits of his four in hand niuliv and uniformly, he took his long .hin constructed oi nn oauen sinii, some ', . ' . I....nil in iilitrli nnnurlninnil n ,1111 " " . Pi ,1 , ..I i . i ne mnrr nn vimiui i n id . i itta et'iitnn ftiiriiiiiicniiv. nnii. wun . .fo nrnfpssor. thrpp or four times i hi hp.iii. winding un wun tno...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 June 1838

orson, to have paid 80,557 22 for printing, in Tiro years I The comtnllioonlso reported that a "con sldcrublo Sum. vnrvinir from 100 to 8200, was nnnuully expended by the Secretary of the Wavy in the purchase ot uooits tor ins office, most of them having no appropriate relation to the naval service ot the country, such as reviews, magazines, and other pori odical publications, and the fashionable lit erature ol the day," mis usage was, course, to bo abolished. Has it been? beg leave to read a few items from Mr. Sec retary Dickerson's contingent expense nc count lor 183. 2d volumo Repertory of Patent In ventions 2d do Southern Literary Mcsscn gcr One-Fourth nf Audubon's Birds Audubon's Birds No, 1, Indian Biography North American Review No. , Indian Biography One No. of American Scenery 88 00 C 00 1C5 00 55 00 6 00 5 00 G 00 7t" Here is a display of the "fashinionable lii,'r:iiuri" In which Mr Secretary Dicker- son indulges himself and his clerks, ot the public expense. I wish the ge...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 June 1838

Mr Clinptnnn of Ala., asked the yens nnd Important from Buenos Ayres. I'lio ship nays OH thd-OUOStion. "Shall the ioitit rL-tnln- .Insenhini.. P.nnt. Miirrv. Imniri advice?) fiom . jlny 28. The Ciinnoxr.ES. A i lion pass?" AtuHhcy were oulered. , Buenos Ayres to thc7th April, giving accounts 11 iL was received irom uie oscreta-,. mc void stoou ns ioiiows. xeus 104. . ' n.ln(T that no answer had been j Nays 20. l,",VlV .tntintr that no answer Had bee I", 1. ,,,, the Cherokee Delegation to his (fU -iiiun. hut that John Ross and ;PT!Dc egntion had assented, er of ,hirJ ' LtIir Senate then resum- It ' .....' ,,r Mr ninv'a resolution ended, viz. , lawful for the n i- . ' " - v . .....i Iiary of the Treasury to make or to con- 0 Uio ioitit resolution wns passed and re turned to the Sennle. It requires only the approbation of the President to become a law. Highly Impoiitant. From tho following1 letter from Mr. Diddle, it will be seen that tho change of financial policy by tho government, i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 June 1838

FOLLOW ME. '-Tho following beautiful lines nrc from the iieil of 0. P. Isley, Esq. Editor of the Poillnnd Transcript. Voynger on life's troubled sea, Sailing to eternity 1 Turn from cnrthly tilings owoy Vain thoy are and brief their stay Chaining down to earth the heart, Nothing lasting they import Voyager what are they to'theo? Leave them alt and "follow mc." Traveller on tho road to life I Seeking pleasure finding strife Know tho world can never givo Aught on which tho soul can live; Grasp not riches seek not fame Shining dust and sounding name! Traveller what are they to thee? Leavo them all and "follow me." Pilgrim through this "vnlo of tears 1" Danish oil thy doubts and fears; Lilt mine eyes a heaven's above, Think there dwells a God of Love! Voulu' t thou favor with him findl Keep his counsels in your mind? Pilgrim! much He's done for thee! Wilt thou, then, not "follow me?" Wanderer from thy Father's throne, Hasten hack thy crrings own; Turn thy path leads not to heaven! Turn ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 June 1838

VERMONT PHIENIX. OL. IV. BRATTLEBORO, Yt. JUIE 15, 1838. NO. 41. FLOWERS. ers, ofall created things, the most tty simple, nml most supurbly com aylhings for childhood, ornnmcnts of e nnd companions of the cold corps nffinl Flowers, beloved by tlio wan- idiot, and studied by the, deep-think- of science I Flo.jv.arsiijuiunce- 1 ... m tMa.li rrrnii.liil nnll I ttlt'ir Clieeillll lUvmo i..niitio ui nu- r, soothers ol numan sorrow ; m cm bf the victor's triumphs, ol thu young: blushes, welcome to tne crowded InJ gracelul upon solitary graves i jsnre in tne volume ol uniure, wnni bression 'God is love' is in volume of orld without u flower ! It would bo n uilicut n smile n least without n Are not (lowers tne stars ol the Lrl nre not our stars the llowers ol One cannot look closely at the reofa flower wilhnut loving it. i ney M,l..ms and manilestations ot Uod's hhc creation, and they are the means Inistnitious of man's love to his fellow les for they iirst awaUeneU in his h. sense ot the u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 June 1838

VERMONT PHW3IVIX Frldny Morning, Juno 15, 1838. NOTICE. Tlio Willi nf limit IMioro, mp rrntirMeil to meet tit i:ifieroii' rim, cm SATURDAY, tho 10ih iliy of June, Kt .1 o'cliick, I'M. far llin ntrpoic ol rnoui'ing Dolegiitci for llio rflulo unit Cuiiniy Uiinrnliiiii. GKO. II. 1'ECK, Town Committee. Whig Slate Convention. The State Committee having issued a call for, a goncrnl convention of tlio Whigs of this stn'te, to be held nt Montpelioron theP7lh inst. for tlio purposo of nominating candidates for state ofliccrs and tho transaction of such otlicr business ns may bo necessary preparatory to the coming election, the undersigned feeling the importance of a general representation from nil parts of the state, would respectfully urge upon the Whigs of all the towns m this county The MTts nro most outrageously deranged I her to land was to dustroy her; and at at the present lime. Some very aggravated tributo her cscapo from such n cntnstro and unfortunate cases of ncfflcct we have hear...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 June 1838

From the Sandwich Herald, TTACK UPON BRITISH OFFI cms AT DETROIT. 0 HiNi Cnpt. Sparke, and Lieut. Robin j ilio Queen's Light Infantry, in full brm, accompanied by Dr. Dawson, Sur- n.l . T)rt.itwmt in tiinirt r1nt lino tintii rto Ditroit about noon, on l riuny. nnu ist wnllfing th rough the streets, wore as ed repeatedly by tho cry of " Tory I ry"from individuals, and wero thrice id with stones, eggs nnd mud, of which took not me snguiesi nuuec. un meir i ... Ii.wl inct lff. nnil tlinu. tirrnrrtinrr. ly-UOUfc HUM 1 - iherstroll tnrougn ine sums, un tlieir mi tho second mno 10 me wnnri, Uapt. rlA was struck twice with curs, which keon his back; and on his turning to tin? street to where Col. Hill and Lieut binson were standing in a store at the ner of the street, opposite to mo lerry rf, a man pusneu purposoty against 'nrl struck his sword, which tho man t'mieil into an nflront from Cunt. Sparke. mob of twenty or thirty scoundrels immc- lely collected, nnu Closed round tho ol- rj, ami...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 June 1838

EXTRACTS FROM MR. BOND'S SPEECH of Ohiti, on the resolution to correct abuses in the public expenditures, and to separate the Government from the press. Delivered in the House of Representatives, April, 1838. Cone I. tided. It Will nlso bo fuund'thnt, in the. days of this "searching operation" and "reform," the standing committees of this Houso on fieri, lurrce with tho President, and elves an 'read a political tract, written, I 'think, by Dean opinion in conformity with that which Gen. , Swift, entitled aomewhaUn this way; The Jackson had expressed! Afterlhis, Mr Speak- convenience of n place at Court, or asuremodo the expenditures of the several departments l"o ; prolesaions ami practice o uir Amos Ken attended to tlicir vocation, jjui, very soon ai-; er. wo need not be surprised nt the absurd opin ion of Mr Duller, given as a foundation of jus tification for Gen. Jackson to pocket tho bill repealing tho Treasury circular, and which had pnrscd both Houses of Congress almost by ac ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 June 1838

ii crvi VOL. IV. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 22, 1838. NO. 42. from tho Indinnlnn. W 0 M A N'S L 0 V E. l i aa made Cor. If not tho samo " ' ,.jh toy anil tliro' noriuw, thro glory and eharoo: jino',(ift loro.llie, whatever,, thou ort.;' ery one must recollect tno thrilling and nfnl illustration qfiouVoscntimem, i Irish patriot : and av Inch had been so Inlling depicted by Irving, in his story Iilie Broken uearica. isor does mat nd as a solitary instance in the history of kman's affections. 1 lie every days expe late of the observer of human nature will r . i . .i a....'... j.. .. i heb him ttiiil inero is a louuuuu aim cms- IlIV in Uie love ui uven miu inuov iv-uiiug I limit! fern ale, that delies misiortunc and Lracc.nnd only burns with a purer and KffhiiT ray the more darkly the clouds (iher round its object. It is not umid the i ... . .iitnorilii ..(linn I i itrnrlil Insnine ui jiiuojiti iv, mn ,ui uhm ains brightly upon us, thnt wc can proper- apnrcciate tno unyiciuing tenacity 01 wo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 June 1838

VERMONT 111 4E1VIX. Trlilny aiorulnp, Juno 22, 1H3 ICP THE DISTRICT CONVENTION. Has notice, been generally circulated in Jlcn niiigton County and thosa totem in Windsor County which belong to this Congressional District, of the District Convention tobe held 17A .lulu at Toionshendl Will the Whig papers of those counties see to it? The Conventions. We hopo our fiicnds in all tlio towns in this county will remember the Stale Convention to bo hcjil nt Mnntpelicr on the 27th and make nrrangements to bo rep resented. Let it not be forgotten also, that the Count anh Distmct Convention's for the nomination of n candidate to represent this District in iho next Coiicress, nnd of n ticket for State Senntors is to be held at Townshcnd on the nth of July. Let there be a full meet ing of the Whigs throughout the District It is time movements were beginning to bo made in nil the towns with reference to those conven tions. The Sud-Theasuky Hill which it was generally supposed was put nt rest, is a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 June 1838

My opinion is, therefore, that tnk- ff all circumstances imu vuuoiuuiuhuh, it 3UV. . .. - .. .. I. I consilium hcst to repeal the prohibition, nnd retain, bCSt tO KptUl UIU jllullluiiivit, ,.11.4 avium, f coUISO 1110 pi"v "'"I " ... r iliinca shall hereafter anso to justify UCll n T ,t. j p . (iesaino reasons, i muni uiu sauiiu . -f.l... nni nf A nril should nlsn hn rn. cction oi n'- CAfttr some further remarks, tho petitions ere llllU On IUU tuuiu miu uumtu iu uu rinlPII. - t Webster then, in pursuance ol previ ' notice, asked lenvo to introduce A HILL .i.intr further provisions foi tho collection liinu'b . .. " ,.1,.. mih ic revenues. On Wednesuuy, juuu iu, uiu iunuun ui he annexation .-i.ni.xniion of Texas was revived in both Phc Committee on Foreign Af- Its III mt. - - i , , i - I (Vjt) n request 10 uu uiscnnrgeu iruuj uiu '.-ntr consideration of the subject, inas- ...1, o ilicro is no proposition, on the part IUl.ll . . fTeJas, beloro our government, iui uiu uu .,iinn Mr Webste...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 June 1838

D For tiio Vermont l'lieenix. ODE TO SPUING, on may iw costums Ilnil blooming Spring thy healthy breeze Thy charming landscapes, melodies, Ami varied scenery invites, To tnsto thy Bouquet of delights; To breathe thy Zephyrs, Ncclnr qunll And join Bland Notn re's joyous laugh Where, spirits revel, shout huzza And echoes whisper ha, ha, ha. Hero Flora, Empress, Queen of May, AVith all her witcheries in array, Has sent each sensu a billet-doux Inviting to an Interview, "Where Bowery Glades from scorching rays Form cooling shades for Picture-gaze, Come, turn from leaf to leaf and look, What Beauties grace her Picture-Book Now open spread to Beams of Light, In Rainbow tints and spotlem white, All In tlielr Native excellence, A festival for every scene: Come, see her Liveries in array, Come,ce tho cheering breeze ol'Afny, Come, smell the odours Flowers brinir, Come, latle tho Ambrosial eweels of spring, f . .1 . .!. ....... .1... It.rnnld come, near me strains mm. mm.- uic unuuu OfMinstre...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 June 1838

VERMONT l II 41 VI A. VOL. IV. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 29, 1838. NO. 43. RRIVAL OF THE GREAT WES- TERN. By the mail of yesterday morning, wo ro iveil the news oPlhe arrival of the Great CSlrNI ill nuiv a ui u uu kuiiuny illuming, fourteen nnd n half days from Bristol. her wo receive our dies of London und i-ernooi lii H'rs iu juue mi wuicu urn oo ir- i t..-.. ii ...i. i in I., aiiikik in nil mil rw , . n I l I i.i iir:i 3 J i r ? I mi : i J us mii-r unit iiiiiii u u mill ni-mri ririnvn i . I ..... .1..!.. flt ..... I I I... I" t I . 1. ...... nf I III. tilinn I i ... 1... .1... ...Ii..i IHUIIiliu wiimi. mill; uy uiu llilUlil'l n llllll I'l 1 1 ll i lil IIUIII J.1I III 1 IUU 1. U 1 1 I Il'ir- I.. I ......,,(., r,,.. ,nm f ..I ...-L. Tiru i mm ii ...wuv. ih ivig mv wi .viiaill- 1. 1.. ;.l..rnf j lit um'i ......... iibii iiiinisu ii vi ..i ni.,...... viii i r..i .i ...l.. mil. l.:. .1... . d.ivs. tier passage was protracted bv i:ii:...li. .ti' .... . c. i. uniivum in mi iujj uii oiviiiii...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 June 1838

u D tho jail in Now York wns crowded with nnfortunnlo deblors.it wns no "fancy sketch." Tho subject Ims been deemed worthy tho presentment ol n grand jury 01 mm city. -They visited, in n body, tho prison, and " were shown a range of twelve cells, of the dimensions of nbout ten lect by seven each, occupied, ns they were informed l.ytho keep er, b twenty-three individual, or nbout two to ench cell. These cells, originally design-ed-for the occupation of but one person, are obviously not sufficiently well ventilated for tho accommodation 01 two, particularly uup inrr tho nrescnt extreme heat of the weather, In addition to this, from tho manner of the building and consequent dampness of tho cells, tno wnns 01 which nre piupit-rou upon otone, they uro deemed as yet to be in n very unfit siitiution to bo tenanted by individuals whoso lives or health are of tho least import ance to themselves, to families from whom they may be separated, or to the community at large. It is but an act of ju...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 June 1838

, . t.ir ii Iho onlv survivor or his nilUUfc- aT . . ' fnnSISIinguiounKii.' iuuv jiiiaauu- ' r a . i. m iMae rorKor lost nis wile nnu nmi nir cmiti. ' ,mr tosav. mat wniio the tenter '. ..nnn.ilili! for tho foruiroirirT sinto. 3 l . . ",.- a the survivors iu wiium tuu paper -..L...?iini1 rnnnir in tlin nnrt b..i J, J u uu, 01 uiiirieisviiip, - iti.i lumrt r.inrtirtn Rrnnna itint j : this terr o o cmasironno. An l t,mi. consist ii ir oi a mnn. us wi n children, cninc on hoard tho bout nt While the liro was raging, this nrkcil OV me siue oi ourmiorinnni nil ii.iaii nn Imum nn Inn rrn i 'lIi.tn kit tvifp.llirvw their clu (Jrcn over1- mid jumped in nuor mem. The fnlh- j in'n p iii ttren wciu urowmii iiu. ..... t nnssemiurs nniuniu cutivi, siuns ...rnr. Ull nifc..i.i, i. nw uuioviiv II u in i t; ii. inn . .1... U iinna ...... ii n rr r( luuiiiii. s innnRin in . I. .rl-inl nt Erie, lutnneu ovirhhiinl in nil! , - i i - -,rnii iiihI Sunl: totritluMr. Llll - " w - nn.mil nn tin I'X'l.i -..tr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 June 1838

D A o i M I f 'r$m Ilia London Metropolitan for Mnrrh. THE DAUGHTER'S BEQUEST. BY MKS. AnDV. M fadier, llioli haft nrit the tnle denied-- 'riiey say tlmt, ero the lionn to-morrow, Thou wilt bring back n rndlnnt and smiling lirWi To our lonely house of Borrow. I should wish thee joy of thy coming bliss, But tears nro my word suppressing; I think on my mother's dying kiwi, And my motlicr's parting blessing. Yet to-morrow I hope to hide my core, I will still my bosom's beating, t And strive to give to thy chosen Tair A kind and courteous greeting. t She will heed mo not, in the joyous pride Of her pomp, ond friends, and beauty ,Aht little need has a ncw-m.ido hndo Ofa daughtet'a quiet duty. Thou gnvest lier costly gems, tiiey any, When thy heart first londly sought hen Dear father, one nuptial gift, I prny, Bestow on thy weeping daughter. My eye, even now, on the treasure falls, 1 covet anil nsk no other It has hung for years on our nnciept walls Tis tho portrait of my mother I To-morr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 July 1838

- 4 VERMOH'T P II 4E jr l X. '' : VOL. VERMONT PHOJNIX. ... tdtrt'ti I'l'I'DV rnna trinvnr U lib I " -'. UKIUWUk 1)1' WMi 12. ltYTIIlin 1 . ., i-t daeartsit- trT The luuiiwing account ol llio Ureniimi Uitastrr ... ., I I HllJ'lillili!, .. , Hie I niM( " iuinmoro y.iironicio, la mo iili deep intercf. WRECK Of THETPUCASKI. The intense interesttaken Uv tie, nublie the recital of l In; ,de(atl,s of tljis. utmost nirtiouiiirs mat wq rjin rely upon(ns nu- ...iU Tint nnntivnn nnrrnfion id id 'Hill ' JIM UIIV It? ,14. II LU ... C, riillllM 1 1 tt'MIKh ll'ji ninflhr.iil an . UeorL'M, nnn luojor janu'S j. ijtaih, o! . . . nu. ... i die Inner amongst us', pt tlie moment .excited tnv most pioastjrnhic sensation, I was the omision of universal inv. siiii'd from Savannah, on Wednesday 1 Jill UI JU1IC, llUVIIli; Ull UUfllU IIUUUL JJ Willi uuiuii jfusaiTiiyi ai , m nrtAtt till K'lllll it'tie llnoll fpnirt li nel nml ilnctfd a hvnvv sea. which retarded hnr ,.r.itc ft nil rnn It i rul n A, II nr.ibon...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 July 1838

VERMONT PIICEIVIX. tT " 'I T 1 Ir"' '"J'T'T" ' I T I " if Ti iit'i'-' Frlilny Moriilng, Jnljr 0, 1838. Goon PluckI We see that- some, of the Loco Foco popcri ore determined tq,. stick to the old candidate of their party, MrJJrndiey, for Governor, and let him have the eighteenth trial. Others havo nnmed Lyman Fitch. It mattera little who is the man set up for the Adjournment or CoNonEss. Tliu Oth DISTRICT CONVUNTION. Tho Whiff Committees of Bennington and I V',. r r 'I dnnVen ton to be ho din Whigsto run down.butinasmuch as Mr. Brad nt East Townsliend, on the 17tli day of July ley is experienced and must by this time have next, nt 10 o'clock, A. HI. for the purpose of become case hardened, we think they ought to nominating a cahdldato to be supported nt the WQ ,im ralllL,r lhan ancw one who would more ensuinc election as Representative of the tret , , . , ..... Congressional District of Vermont, in the Con- Kccniy ieei uueicu. gross of the United States, for two years Irom the lth oi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 July 1838

earning n iherfl Thutj. Hfod out 'vcn and On son left Stewart t-amboS, 'erred i0. -' in tli0 ie body he waj arreted ! tcam abridge, "gwraie his 'aloofa, fen ap. roe n-qj :ed thai to re alio -t book 'a half ist was inly on a tract by the left in to the withl ied that! no pllf: iursday, ear the! he had ne spec- ith Mr. oW onj lim Tor it kind. sending! rest has or inc. ntains wift, act thl are nd r,ea ibe New York Exprem H". f .un the indonendent trenail ilfjpf lllfci'l " lis' in nCtim' P?ra,lon' n"d W'H rc fr. t. ...Ill romnin n liorniliin C!n II 11 Will ( -WWII I, i. nniiiiAc- to chnnnc it. It will because its friends nre the stron- in tnc tw0 Huses of Congress. I .riirf presented, it would ns certainly 'ltil the more numerous branch of r .1 itis inline, iia u tmsaeu 11 vacn r in ...mniii so in snite of the lumen it n p. nrAilLire In I Tntirvrnoo , paruwi- v...o . ,w..s.., . r'j'n political hypocondriit, when ' . l.ii.til.witnrr frnm inv trx An.. Lmain '' l"" w" 01 tne people, S(f0ph...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 July 1838

TdHtP 6V 'IHE C-Ltt BLOGIv. In tho speech ofYoling Crdckcll, of Ten ncsscc, .upon, the mcrporinl of Francis P, filalrjn reference to the public printing, Mr. Crochett said : Sir, by vi-ttv of illustrating the baseness nnd perfidy o"f this official editor1, t w ill fe Into n trick thnt he played off on mo nt the commencement of tins session. I hope the fad is not forgotten by the House or tliu cbuntry thnt the President refused to allow to the printer of this House n copy of his Message under tho ordinary injunctions,' previously to its ucing rean, ns was shown by a correspondence in the il;ulisonin) soon uften 'Ply's I then believed, and still believe, was a low nnd pitiful niuiKuiivro of Mis Ex cellency, to throw patronage in thu Way of the Globe. The consequence wns, that the printer ot this Ilonso wns unable to supply tlic.Members with thu Message until he could print them' after it wns delivered, un less ho would allow them to bo furnished by the favored editor of the Globe. Owi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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