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

VOIi. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. Poetry John (J. Wultticr. The roet's portrait cf Himself from AVhit- tier'e new Poem ' The Tent on the Beach." And one there was, a dreamer born, Wbo, with a mission to fulfil, lis J left the Musee'e haunts to turn The crank of an opinion-mil. Making his rustic reed of eong A weapon in the war with wrong. Yoking his fancy to the breaking-plough That beam-deep turned the toil for truth to spring and grow. Too quiet eeeoieJ 'be nun to ride The winged Hirpogriff Reform; Wan his a voice from side to tide To pierce the tumult of the storm ? A Hifnt, shy, peace-loving man, lie seemed no fiery partisan To hold his way against the public frown. The ban of-Church and State, the fierce mob's boon ling down. For while he wrought with strenuoui will The work his hands bad found to do. He heard the fitful murk still Of winds that out of dream-land Mew. The din about him could not drown What tbc strange Toiees whispered down; Along his task-field weired procession...

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. — 1 March 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREP1 PKESS.FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1866 xt $m Bvm. C. C. i- II. L. BENEDICT. EDITORS AID mnrIZTOBS. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1. 1867. THEWEEKLV KKfcR I'KBSS To: Dcbusctox Wkklt FrcxFbiss It pnb lished every Friday rcorninjr, and contains the latest news; report! of Boston markets ndCia brldre Cittle Market ; fall State, Coanty and oeal atellljenee ; well selected MlMelliny. ic,, Ic Voeare anc atlay will be rpxni to male It a re lable, interesting ana valuable family Journal. The circulation cT the Faze Pawa exceeds that or any piper in tie region, and It If. therefoir, an unrivalled medlnm fur advertisers. We desire to give additional attention tu the lo ci! iirirf of tbe Tarloni towns In this and ndjoinicz Counties, In which oar Weellr bas a sumeronj cir culation', and aball esteem It a faror il oar reader will forward ns any items of Interest. Ticks ; Two Dollars per year, In ad ranee. KKNEW I WHERE are yet a few of our .mlMriWf, wLote uvcnpuo&s enow wan ut ...

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. — 1 March 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE JP-KISSS. JtKiUAX ivnjAtis ajni.x xLAtKjrx 1, 100 Paws, Fcby. 27 TLc effort of the American Legation at Tari" to procure tec remission 01 iuc t .acc search during the existence ol the In rernational Exposition have railed. Tlic French government has officially an nounced that it will not relinquish ita rights to search the baggage of all forciRn cn arriving m France. Xtiv igrk. Feb. 27. A WashiDston desjutch says Prof. Benj. Pierce has been appointed to succeed the late Prof. Bichc, as Superintendent of the Coast Survey. RCTATL PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected for the Weekly Fb" Paxss.) Burlington, Thursday, teb.23. FLOUR, MEAL, Ac. Flour, superfine, bbl.. 12.50 13.75 IT JO S.OH 3!e. 41c. best. Rye Flonr, 4 bbl Indian Meal, pa Buckwheat, f 2s lbs Beans, I bush MEAT, POULTRY, Ac. Bf, lcwt steak, round, t lb " " sirlin, " Rout, choice, " ' Coined, " -- Pork, steak and rout VVtt ' Ham, bbourders, - " Salt, clear, " Veal, TurLets. " .......... 10.00 10c 250. .2oc iVoi...

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. — 1 March 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. PEEK PEESS.FRIDAY MORjSTEjSTG-, MARCH 1, 1866 t t i 1 1 m1 I I I BE- '4 I .: r - js.i t. 4 . r r Religious Intelligence. Thursday, Feb. 2Stb, if the day set apart for Prayer, fjr Colleges. There will be a Union ra'ecTics at the BaptUt church in this u city; at 3 P. M. , A Congregational churcn has been estab lished at West Newbury, about twenty raera bers guirg Irom the church at Xcwbury,KcT. David Conpel Is for the present to supply tbcir pulpit, who has been laboring there for twoyrars ucder the Domestic Miesiunnry Society. Revivals of religion are noted in many places.f, ,Ve add to ihot Imclofare men tioned ..Bethel, Island Pond, Kutland and Pcacham. The Congregational church at Bethel, has just expended $2,500 in rejoin of their church edifice. The Episcopal Society in this city aie contemplating an exUnsivc enlargement of their building. A fine new organ will he in a few wccVs put up. Ilev. Chas. Husband, graduate of Trinity College. Hartford, nas on the C:h...

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. — 8 March 1867

Count? fxtt VOL. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. BURLINGTOX.YT., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, I8G7 NUMBER THIRTY-SIX Poetry. ISy Creed. l.T TIIEO. IliTOX. As other nun have creeds, so have I urine ; I keep the holy faith in God, hi maw, And in the angel" niinistrant between ; t hold to one tree eJrareaaf M trae hmU ; V, bote churchly seal is seitber bread nor trine, Noi laying cn of basic, nor holy cil. But e-nly the anointing of God'a grace. I l.ate all king, ac" curie. and rank of birth t or all the sour cf man are sons co ; Nrr limps beggar tmt i nosly born ; Nor weals a slave a yoke, nor ear a crown. That makes him lea or more tbaa jatt a man I iote my country and her righteous eaotc ; So dare I not keep silent of bar ain ; i 1 af;r Frveduu may her bells ring Peace ' I lore one woman with a boly fire. Whom I revere as priestess of mr honae ; I stand with wondering awe beftre my babes, T:ll they rebuke me to a nobler life. I keep a faith 5)1 friendship with my friend. Whom loyally I acne before...

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. — 8 March 1867

C. C. A: B. I BENEDICT. zditou aid ran'Rixroas. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 8. 1867. TIIK WEEKLY KRtK PRESS Til BCBUSGTOI WlIXXT FtE PjrtSS is pUB lUbod every Friday momlnz;, and contains the litest news; rtpcrLl of Boston markets an Cam briar Cattle Market ; fall State, Coanty snd out ntelllrence j well selected Miscellany, Ac , is "cesre an-.atlay will be sparer to maioltare laMe, lctereitinsan-. niiuMt fmll Journal. The circulation cf the Frck Pars cxceds that of any iaper la the region, and it is. tticrefoie, an unrivalled medium fur alvtrtlseri We desire to sire additional attention to the It rtl ,- of the various towns In tbiitnd adjoinia: Conntlei, in which our Weekly hi! numerous dr. eulatloa, and shall estom it a favor if oar reader will forward us any items of interest. Terxs ; Two PoLURSper year. In td ranee. The H9.h and 10th Congrc'M;. Tl.c Congress which jasstd tbe ("ml Bights hill ; the Constitutional Amendment; tbe District nf Coluaibii Stiffing- act ; tbe Military Itceom-...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 March 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREK PHESS.FRIDAY MOANING, MARCH 8, "866 XVjWS of the week HY TELlifiKAPII. New Orleans, r'cbv. 27. liie steamer which left Vera Cruz on the 21th reports that the gicatcst confusion jire r.iled and that communication with tlio ruy of Mexico has been entirely cat oD". The Liberals hold all the important lines and bj their prompt action bad thrown the Imperial irts into Uie.uav. toon. A , ,t. !., I ru.eigm.-ro tit-leawug j ' i last as possible, and it wJ believed Mart- 1 V 1 II, . 1 ruillati would leavi -oon. , Country as , New York, Feb. 2S. A fpccial WaohiD'-ton despatch save a j , ,'s nr..n.rin at LswvenwoTth under I lurcc is orcaniEins at Leavenworth under fieri. Hancock t operate against the Itidians. London, March 1. The bill for the Confederation of the Bri tish' North American prounec has been tmH twif. In ttm IT.iu&a of Commons. Chae. F. Erowno. the American humurist. 1 ctter known as ' Artcinus ii am, is lyin , u it ill at ;uthaaiptvn whither ho had j...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 March 1867

THE BURLINGTON;-VT: FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING MARCH 8, 1667 IFiom the N. Y. llrrild, 27th. j 31urdcr at Nctvmnrket, X. J; A LaDY" BCTCUEKED ET IIeR SeEVAST GlBL. Oa Jlcnday night last a most atrocious murder was perpetrated in the little town of Newmarket. N . Y.. the victim Lcidr the wifc of a Dr. Coricll. Alout twelve o'clock on the night in question a gentleman by the name of Coricll, a distant relation of the Doctor, was awakcncd'by a loud rapping at the door, and on raising the window to as Certain the cauc, be beheld the doctor's ser vant girl standing at the door with the doc t rV chiia. a boy two years old, in her arms, clamoring for admittance. He atked bcr what ehc wanted, and ehe replied that there was trouble at the phveictan s hiuc. He told bcr to run aero the nay to the minis ter's, the Itev. Wm. C. Little's, while he got ready to comedown. Tt.c girl did as she w? told, and in a few moments the clergjmin and a friend piocttded to the doctor', followed by the girl, whi...

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

Jttf BURLINGTOX.YT., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, I8G7 NUMBER THIRTY-SEVEN VOL. NEW SERIES VOL-XII t. Poclry. The Grave by the I.nkr. feom miimn't tsst on the deach. Tbe grave of an Indian jet's mind an inquiry ljiSe to whom there was propounds to the as te the destine ef do revelation of the truth. " 0, the eetierationt ohl. Over wiiem do church-bells lolleJ. I'hristlese, lifting up Miad eyes To the silence of the sliea ' For the innumerable dead Is my soul disquieted. " Where be cow those silent hosts? Where the camping-ground of ghosts . Where the spectral conscripts led To the white tents of the dead? What strange chore or chartlees sea Ho! Js the awful m ystery V, Then the warm sky stooped to make liouble sunset iii the lake ; While above I saw with it. Hinge on range, the mountains tit ; And the calm and splendor stole I.'ke an answer to -ay soul. " Hear'st thca, U of little huh. What to thee the mountain sartti. What is whispered by the trees? Cast fD Cud hy care for these ; Tru...

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. — 15 March 1867

' THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- MARCH 15, 1867 SI Is 1 , t-1 t i, 1 tetf Sf -I is re. -X, tali jgt-.-'l te. Cli ff t 3 I HI ! if i: A. I h - 4 ' 2i ft V IK . ft 14 fin G. G. Jt 12. L. BENEDICT. IDITOR A5D rSnFRIETCBS. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 15. 18G7. T1IU WEEKLY FKLK PRKSi! Tbe BcRUaaTO Wirsxr FrzeTrcss is pab llthed trtiy FriJ morning, uid contains the Utertnews; reports of Boston markets and Cam brian Cattle Market ; full State, County mil ocil ntellirence ; well selected Miscellany. At, Ac ceWe ac outlay will be roared to miks It a re tabU, istercnin anu valuable famllj JournaL Tire eircuUtioacf the Free Treks exceeds that of tty piper In the region, and I! is. there foie, in unrivalled medium far advertisers We desire to give a3dUIonil attention to the f caX rif of the Tirioaf towns In this md adjoining Counties, in which onr Weekly has a numerous dr. ealitlon. and shall estes m It a fivor U our reader will forward us any items of Interest. Tebhs ; Two Dollars )...

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

THE "BURLINGTON , Vt. FREK PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING-, MARCH 15, 1866 .Harried. In this city, Thursday morning, March 11th. t tbeiesldenccer Msj. C. B. Blodj-ett, bj aeRer. L. 0. Ware, CapL EIce-ie Virxc and Miss Manr J. DiorOETT, all cfBurllngtor. In Burlington, March 13, by Her. Isaac McAnn, Mr. AsdhiwJ. Howard and Miss JlattTGiin, bo:h of Enrllsston. In til cltj". March 6th, by Rev. L. G. Ware, Mr. Rolux Peak or Essex Junction, to Miss Sarah I. SLOcrai of Barlington. In Hinesbnrgb, Feb. 23th, Olln A. Caswell of Huntington, and Esther F. Date of Ilineebursh. Died. In Essex, Vt. Feb. W, Theron Bradley, In the aid years of his gc. Ilia father, a Revolutioaaiy soldier and Call, moved Into town when the fainllle numbered nine or ten, SI ears ago. In Starke bo ro. un the ISth ult., Mrs. Julia I jl.V, wife of NeLon MoWw. lite of lluatiaetnn, aged a'-oct ft yean. In ihe same town, on tin -ani ult.. Roellla Irish, twin daughter ef lUrley oai f.t mitt Irish, aged I" yean. In thia elty, March 3...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 March 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING MARCH 15, 1867 . , News Item-. Xbe'Maison Darce in ' New York will be used as a dry goods store. There will 1 Exposition. a Muc tulip at tlic l'aris Bridget Durban, the servant girl, has con fessed to the conimiff ion or the murder of the wife of Dr. Coricll of Newmarket. N. J., 'to which wc have heretofore made allo sion. More inistodon Ixjncs have lcn discover ed at Cobocn, N. Y., near where the Cit re mains w ere found. The .Jaianctc have ordered to be con. tructrd in France nvcral Iarg,e iron clad', each of which is to eoft about $700,001). Had it not been lor the gnat curt of labor and man-rials in America, our shipbuilders would have fecured this contract. The vcr- rcle are built on American models in France. I The larger plantations in Louisiana arc plained in sugar ; the f mailer oned in cot- ton. More rice will lie raised this year than fortniTiv. The freed men command higher wager fifteen dollars a month and rations. A crazy S...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 March 1867

BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, I8G7 VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. NUMBER TftlRTY-EIGI-IT Poetry lla 8, Noon, and Tvvllislit. Tm Frteman leorqduees, trem the original uauascript, the loltowint; written by the late Vh. C. BsAnLTf, some years since. Imprisoned is a livine. jail, A lusty, kickias: son of earth. Ready to wake sad weep and wail. Sly limb are straggling to the birth. Let me pass. Now on my feet t tottering stand, Till, by enticement bolder grown. 1 quit the wstehral mother's bind. And lo I learn to go atone. Let me pn- Now iu youth' buoyant, merry round, With quickened pulse my steps advance AVhere music, wine awl wit abound, and I 'looming beauty kadi the dance Let me pass- Xuw Weal ehiMren. wife and friend. Ambition urglu? to the tan. I strive to walk whew dnty tend?. With lore of Ood, pmd wUl to man. Let me paw. An! now my better home draw nigh. Free trom presumption and despair. Hut weary, mint, I wait to die And leave thus world and all it care. Let me p...

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. — 22 March 1867

THE BURJLINGTOjS, Vt. FEE "to PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1866 G. C. X II. I.. BEAEDICT. EMTOBS ASO rEOPHICTORt. FRIDAY MOUSING. MARCH 22. 1S6T. TIIK WEEKLV.nilK l'RKSS T Bcxusgto WtiKLr FnsrPttrss Is pub lislied esery Friday morning, anil contains the lttitncwi report! ofBoston markets andCain tirldge Cattle Market ; fall SUte, County and real ntelllgenc ( well (elected 3!bnllsny. Ac., 4e N'oeare asu utlay will be sparei to make It a re Sable, Interesting ana va-utblo familv Journal. The circulation of the Free exceeds lUt t any paper in the region, and it is. therefri. an unrivalled medium for advertisers We desire to give addlttonil atteBtsoc to the - eit arirt vt the various towns in tLii and adjotalos Countlc , in which oar Weekly hat. a numerous cir culation, and shall esteem It a fsvor l( cur reader will forward ns anr items of interest. Tinas; Two DoiLABsper jcar. It. adrance. vr.vTK or VEujioxT. BV TIIEnOVEIXOR, A P R O C I. A 11 A T I 0 N . Wiiebeas, It has been made ...

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. — 22 March 1867

- 1 .. mm aSU. THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- MARCH SQ, 1867 "Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie. Which we ascribe to heaven." -Aiiil when the unfortunate poacisor of beau ty finds it fast disappearing, and the frosts thit usually come only with time, begtnin;; to whiten locks that were the admiration of all beholders ; tic remedy therefor is not in the stars or heaven, but in "Barrett's Vegetable Hair ItestoratiTe," whose efficacy has been success fully tried by thousands. Its effects in present ing premature baldness and in preserving a healthy action in the roots ot the hair, are truly wonderful- Read the testimonials of those who have tried it. and then provile your tcilet with this indispensable article. lto-ton Starlet. Wr.DMSDir, 5Irch 90. FLO I' It There bis been considerable exeite- mint in tLe Flour market tor a few days past, and prices have materially advanced, ringing ontha different grades from steesif bbl. Fresh ground is not cf such superior qualit...

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. — 22 March 1867

t to is; 1 H i: 2i 1 ft 3,;: s1 r I' I . r.t.t ! I i i: 1 ' i't 1 1 it' V: Eft If.- I: :'?5 IT.. i' sr ? -5 ::- ft ; it us T 13? ft- ft - I? 1.1 Religious Intelligence. Iter. E. J. Carjcntcr Las been dicmtfecd bjr council from charge of the Congregation al church at Barrc Ilex. Daniel Wild lias rcs.gncd tie isv toratc of the Cinsrcgitional church at lirookfiolJ alter a erviccol thirty-eaTen jears Krv. J. 0. Hale, at the request oi tho church, has recalled his resignation as t-tar of the Congregational church, and is tn cmi- tinuc hid latiors at I'uultncy. The hrick uicctipK-liuiiae at OmWidRe Centre having been lehuilt was didimted anew un the 7th inst. I'rof. M. H- HsKklsam rtf rltr T-,TT-ifi(il the MTiuon. The cost of the repairs was almt 8300. Revival-) of religion continue to be report ed in manj pieces. Fifucn converioni tc reported in North Fairfax, and over i-ixty in Montgomery; eleven united with the Baptist church at the latter place on tl.e 17th ult. The enurcbes at Orwell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 March 1867

Oouuty Clerk 1' 1! 1 1 El 1: I I I I If 1 -a"TW."l T?M rsomwai IfL -jSWfawam JBOBWawaWr xTV Vtot J (mm? I ' laMi t VVHV .laWaS V X4MT VHT IK "Sr, KM I laV I illawta. H, ' iawmw.' H lawaawH BWaW I ltf.T.wiWtw1.UJfBg VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL XIII. BURLINGTON, N'UMBER THIRTY-INTINE T., FRIDAY MORNING, MARC M 20, 1867 i'ocl v v . For Ibe Free frt- Making Plrtairt. I.T . t. pair. Man; u p.eru's annntten. Many a sorg'e unfOBg. V.my ct the pictures painted Never on walls an hour. I i many an unknown arta S.ti id til twilight grey. , ud sketches I tic term aad fceea Hi in the heart away. -,. i. heih them col upon canvas. i. hough the wall be bale ; i h - heart Le 14ends the colon. ilauging the piituree there, i tii' study t'.i. rich pttcJ lawyer r'tb at the close of day. t ...nting the bare-footed maiden lliking the new mowa hay i.i i r lowly l.on.e Maud Mailer, 'I'kr weary household drudge. .n. fnu. Lr cr to pictaro . !'..rui 1 il.- pmlly Judge. rt, tii.t ,iu by the lone health, ' ,'!uru ...

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. — 29 March 1867

it $m G. G. Jt B. I BENEDICT, rnrrons aso rEop-uriCKS. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCU 29. 1867. THE WEEKLY FK i. I. PRESS The CrBUHfiTox 7iklt FnEr.Pr.rss i pub litlied every Friday morning, and contains the latest newa; report of Ik ten nutlets and Caw bridze Cattle Market i fall State, County and oeal ntelUgeaee ; well (elected Mlscsllany. Ac, lc c rare anr. vutlay will be i pare! to make it a re laMe, Interesting an valuable famill journal. The circulation tt the Face Pass exceeds tb&t of any parcr In tae rerfoa, and it I'. tbereSi, an unrivalled medium fur adrertleri Vtn desire to giro additional atteaUon to the. fo ci w cf the varkns towns in tnleand adjutnias Counties, in which our Weekly bat a suaero&s cir eulatloo. and shall esteem it a favor if oar reader will forward us anr items of Merest. Ten as 5 Two Dollars per jear, in aivanee. The I.atct Veto. The President's vito of il.e-Supple-menUl l!ertriictiii Bill it Lateduu the same old grout-Is the unconstitutionality and inex...

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. — 29 March 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREK PRESS. FEIDAY MORNING, JIABOH 20, 1866 ( onwpoavdetjee jf fke Free I'm?. Cream Moiitpcllcr. HoitmiB, Mar. 27, IbC". ), i. Ji frm: Our Legulato have nmtnbted in fall Bombers ; rwve gone at once to work ; and if they keep on as they have Leguii. will be ready to adjourn and go borne to-morrow. There are. is true, those who bate come bere with divers I rcjectf. which if coss'idered would prolong the session ; bat the House, in passing tbe resolu tion forbidding the introduction of soy bilk not rela ing to the matters presented in the Govern1 or'e message, bjr tbe decisive rote of 91 to "-, has clearly indicated its purpose to confine it self i tbe lasictM far which tbe special eessieti was ordeied ; and it is to be hoped that it will s Iture prcttj strictly to that determination. Tec Gt tenor's message ro dearly sets forth :.! otter in hatd, that so farther statement the case is needed tor tout readers. It was ' aid in tbe House 1'j tbe presentation of tbe l......

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 March 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING MARCH 29, 1867 ttelislous Intelligence. Tic resigtiatit.ii of Rev. Jamee Dougherty of Johnson, cn account of cc and Infirmity, has been accepted though with great regnt by bis church. The Univcrsalist Church at (Javsville vis dedicated by artiropriate religious services on Thuiniaj. Jlarch 14th. Serracn by the Paetor, Rev. Mark Powers. The annual Diocctun Lont cation of tic Ej.Ucupa church in this State will lie lield it St. Albans the first week in June. The last quarterly (onvecation wss held at Rfl lowe Falls, ilaieh 12 and 14. A quarterly meeting was held .t the Mctbudixt church In Bsrtuu u week mjj Sun day Tin reruns were laj.tiiul. The "Jltthodift Er.itouiul Church South'' lias changed its ratac to 'Episcopal Metho dist Church," and voted unnnimouMy in favoi ot "lay rtjrcfctitation." The receipts of the An-crieon Hoard (or the Cist tali of the financial year, closing with February, were $175,G0S 15, which is $4070 50 more than for...

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