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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 July 1838

VOL. IV. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JULY 13, 1838. NO. 45. VERMONT PHCEN1X.' rcntisitnn evuuv Friday mouni.no, bv 1VM. E. ItYTIIEK. Previous to his departure, Nancy returned to Lrncnster, Swindell was her escort thith er. By the way the oft told tale was repeat ed, and her consent to their futuro union trained, As thov slowly mailt? their wn through the tangled forest, ho beguiled her wiin descriptions ol the pleasure tliey would enjoy when ho. tool: her to Portsmouth. 1 here a cottngt';mgnruen'nnd n cow await ed ner. bno was a read v in imn'inntiun. fine From the Lady'i Hook, jlACV'S HITili & NANCY'S BHOOK. Among the objects of interest that attract id nitcnlion of visiters to the" White" flllls jnv linmpsnire, iNuncy s riiii nnu iwi- , . , . o 'sDrook.uro invariably pointed out. lh' r lmm possessor, and enjoying the t.V ",u ,' .. , ... ' ... SlL'hts o Portsmouth. nit... innlf ll.l SIPn IllinilL KIY Ullll'K KHIIIII HI I O . inev - : .Ol... I 1 1 I e , iiMI..., Units., sn wM L-nnitm ns I ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 July 1838

VERMONT P MCBNIX. Friday Morning, Juty 13, 1838. DEMOCRATIC WHIG TICKET. for odvnnNon, SILAS il. J JEN I S ON. fort tiiitiT. oovunNon, n A VID M . CAMP. TOtl THEABUUEn, . ii 13 n it y p. janes; DISTRICT CONVENTION. The Whig Committees of Bennington and Windham Counties, after duo consultation, have ngrecd to call a Convention to De nomen t F.!wt Townalieml. nn the 17tll llaV ofjulv next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. for tho purpose of nominating a candidate to uo suppotieu ui me ensuing election ns Representative of tho First Congressional uisinci oi veiniuiii, m inn nu grcss of the United States, for two years from tho 4tn oi ivtarcn nuxi. Wo tlieicforc invite tlie freemen of the sev eial towns composing Baid First District, who aro opposed to the measures of the present ad ministration, whether Whigs, Conservatives, or by whatever name they may choose to be designated, to be present by themselves or their delegates, at the timo and place above men tioned CALVIN TOWNSLEY, for said Committe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 July 1838

with some important amend- .... one 01 " i t i inr nvnrv en.iii nt limn n nd ooiiu'" . J " Ikes by expiosioiia. most important net to-day of the Sen- ..litfS 01' explosion ...imlmvo been in Secret Session. 9 ..firmniion oftlic nomination of Felix J its Attorney General of the United 1! intake effect from and after Scptcm- JA - M- T..l1oi. r.:nntirn Sc. nest, wncu mi. oi(ju""n to n.; Tlin Kennto concurred M.u.mMi men s o uiu nuiisr. iu mo 1" . -.. I 1 1... A nni am i. ,t was snrned bv thu President :.wU the la w of the land. The Bill, nil DC l -T... ... . ..i,n nn-scnt Military establishment. . ci.imhniil Ihtl. The Scnule. on Fri .,(.m rejected the amendment bill, pas- A.ihn House, imposing a line oi nvo ..mil dollars for the loss ol any lite oi .li-ptnOSlon ui uuiiL-ia, mm auusmuieu inrovision that, in all prosecutions at law ., in such case, the facts of such "". ... -I i ,iosn s!ll oe consiuercu prima jacia wnof wilful intent. . 1 he House con in the Scnntu's amendment, nnd.lha it...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 July 1838

THE SECRET BANDIT. There livcil in Denmark n wealthy no lie, who hnd rtnonly chiltl, n fair daughter. The maiden locked not suitors, both for Iter benuty und amiable qualities, nnd for the lands she Would inherit ; but among them all. she selected one .who was no less distin guished by his humdsome person 'titid gti lnnt bearing-, than for his apparent riches, al though he was n stranger in those parts, nnd no one could tell where lay his possess ions, or whonco he came. In short the day was fixed for their betrothmen', upon which occasion a magnificent festival was to be given to the nobleman. It chanced, however, that on the proceed ing evening the maiden walked out, unac companied by attendant ; nnd she uas not own re of the disunco she had wander ed, had lost herself in the intricacies ol n deep wood. At length, meeting with what seemed to bo a path, sho pursued tho track, but found that it conducted to it (I smal cavern, that extended some way be neath the ground. Struck with w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 August 1838

.torij inz, St. I will ervJ e fnJ rollu. ait c skiJ tFICIl horo ler,; ioro J loltorl lerstdj itonfl isselli viUe.B Saffl lo. famwl vitle ingll Bosei obs; in T1 ! ITS & IS, riiini'1 nnr. P' IfUallC is for SlV offer. jfnoy fyOL. IV. BRATTLEBO ffO, Vtj AUGUST 17, 183 8 AUCTION. . ft . HIAM A ILiIj og souyu puunc auction on ivium r 4T I1AV tlm 97lh nf AiwiiAl Inst, tho re- Hifoff STOCK OF GOODS at the Store ys credit will lc .given, with approved CHANDLER, Agcnti. "( Vf It. Clh, 1838. 40 fEltaiONT PIKENIX. UtigilllD I'.VEUY WM. k. rUIDAY MORNING, nV KYTIIEK. Tho present, gentlemen, is no menn occa sion: lor though in lonner time?, to win the ,onlence of ttio Philadelphia United States THE WEBSTER DINNER. Boston, July 2-i, 1838. bavc just returned (11 o'clock, P.- M.) , tho Great Webster Dinner, given in fiiil Hall, to the Hercules oftlio Consti- bv the "Mechanics' or Boston." And ii atTair it wns in every respect ; great I'll! Man who wns the occasion of thefes- throng, and the "obs...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 August 1838

THE SECRET BANDIT. There livedin Denmark a wcnliliy ble, who had nnonly child, n fnlrduugV The maiden lacked not suitors, both beauty ntitl amiable qualities, niy'0 jy. lands she would inherit j but all, shu selected one.who wup on guished by his htimdsom' A ai 1 ' Innt bearing, limn for hitmen, though ho was ix strung J AWES. nnd no ono could tell wr ions, or whence he cnimMam County, wns fixed for their betrot. KANNEY, occasion u mngnificcntS, given lo the noblemaruVDI.iEll. It chanced, howevc ing evening the inni-" of Congress, coinpanied by atle'N D II A l-i Ij. aware of the.'' , , i i " co, nau ius- DtJKCANls Speeches. Wo " . !; "whether any political document published iiscountry.cverbemrcproduccdsuchcvident .i.ects upon the party against whom it was de signed to operate, as has tho famous speech of Mr. Bond. It lias sent dismay throughout the ranks of the administration party. Wo under stand that great efforts arc making to circulate a. reply to it, which has been issued unde...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 August 1838

- Tokonto, Aug. G. 1838. cjitccn Persons sentenced tn -n...i. itr.ii -tr....- -iv-huijui mn ivilllillll icrKS who t.i...l T ulni, uu oumruay William H. W:i. . ... 7l till . '3UI1 J for liign treason requires thnt. 0u11un.11n.My uuhu, mo prisoner must arnwira u u copy ot tho bill, and , list of all the jury that have been moneJ to ntlcnd. and tin Jm.. e before the trial can bo brought on. mi uiic i iwock uio jury which had ou, . .. M.yow u, vvitson. returned . . , uu sentenced, shenire-xpiessed some doubts of brine-i n so large a number at once 'l'h( , my properly remarked th't thcro ganger, that if tho civil force was A-ent, a detachment of the military at band. A bout half past one o'clock the mm came in attended by a military and t , "mu iu tne .r had 'ho ground that Mr. Wn vi . not a J ero .!,:- L"0 United Stai ;J....l' 0 c'"n of Torn tho SnliVii- "V .tt 'w remnrks 1 that it ." TiVu,t 1,10 court decid, Pica. On,, nr..." :7'u,ul0." remarks. when r ,a ,nnuc a 'ow brief painful task...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 August 1838

Ha THE SLEEPING INFANT, nr Titos. cnosSLEY. How calm thy sleep, my HHIo One I Glftofahandclvlnol Core litis no wrenlh to place upon That little brow of thine. DOND'3 SPEECH STEREOTYP, As there Ims been no satisfy mtr PwnA'JV U .1.. I r .i.!-o i. . "..i. .... w ! inu uL-iiiiiuu iui id ib opcixu whii lyiww common lorcn, worked oil oven by cfltK. cylintlor, we hnvo pnsstiltjyUVvBiuJoaJti tli ii c, ? Most Huri4i in n r... ri..,.. ii,nistrotion, whicl : "T.iiti,e win 0rn ond perhaps more, for we 1)6 J nitu account, but the call iAjceJ tlmt the ed off, but on tho contrary wnV..., We have not inadu the least ijj lL.iiCit.in.li.id l.ll mil l.nim nl r. u..h.A, i' .'iftm Mem- Hut what are these, thy hones which share l.i uu l..n 1,-. . 1 .fv are bc- rni I.. I I l ...I f.U nit) I kuviili llicvuii ii.iq uu. ui l J AI1V IlllIU IIUIIII3 IVIIIUIl lllll I (; 1 Thou'rt grasping with a miser's care, Yet on thy cheek aro tears of grief, Like pcarl-droos on a flower Frail emblems or thy sorrow brief, ....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 August 1838

, i 1 mtn I,,,,' , , 11 1 i. J; , , --.jrr - ....... i .'-?Al r ike i UGUST 31, 18W, NO 52. h i t- . ' . 'A. f. - r 7". ' ... ' '0 A a i, and: dull i ' uforl it) 1 into cement! ust. next til The he cnJl ins all les tfffl nues fl iencemJ ek, by previoil f lour s , delivt convemi use, u in J mavj is residl ey mavj nny oi MO per he ren er term! ad' at W vatebol Wood it sluJfi iryirgM ,aw Sell oriably e roonil ; use of contaici ral Libfi 30,000 v nff, gra inrlmenl lished vri Iks in 'I K, for ccs, will cnience, wry for -ted top! rod ihan IU3 Etudii e eiven dues to li jn Mai ls confer'1 who h .sionalftui ,f theSt iths tne" hoot o! Ileaf. . '-Billion 10 YF, OU'HWf"- If! J"- afic Tutin'l DEMOCRACY TKAai isUj. Qr observations on Nominal And Ileal D i- wiicracY, MltMrf T&! :1 .w.r. vtts'k'tMjwn in the it, liiai ii "t- " uniMiacu oi panv ns1 ti fcocrutiftStnte.: 'Vi-rmoiili' throughout mil os for some years jwniu HVI J15 matizeil ns a ' FedortilSfcwe, in a senso which imniu-s uy i vUeralis...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 August 1838

7 VERMONT P1HBWIX. Frltlny Morning August 31, 1838. - DBJIOCKATIC WHIG TICKET. - rou novKKNou, SILAS II . JKNISON. TOR MI'.UT. OOVI'.RNOR, DAVID M . CAMP. FOR TUEASltllKn, II E N 11 V. P. T A N EiS r. Senator for Windham County, WAITSTIIjL It. llANrflCYj LAliAiV JONES, m DAVID CIIANDL.KK. For Member of Congress, "If 1 LAND II A I- Li. DO- RETURNS OF VOTES. Our friends in this county, and this Con gressional District, will confer a favor on us and our readers, by sending us returns of votes in season for our next pujieri The Election. We last week stated tho reasons why the coming Slate election is to be nn unusually important day vh: because in ad dition to the choice of a Govcrnor.Senators and Town Representatives to the General Assemb ly and other state officers, wo shall be called upon to cast our votes for a Representative in Congiess; nml on the Legislature will devolve the duly orpelecting a Senator to represent this state in Congress for six years. It is therefore of great im...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 August 1838

..i rnnk'st so long ontl fearfully it'" .. ... ii . J in l'isrry county, is unaiiy (i ......1,1 in communuuu uijuu uiu re- ae Hi-.... - .... oflbe election in ruij, luumma. lP t nntrnrv to our expectations tlio J, .1 ....!. I,.. ,l.,,lul . flfUtn null jucilu i.i.j u imiiiiitu, ,irjnTonnu unnatural iimuigtiinauon ' taken place, within the ,lnsl hit 111) IVIllgaui miiu muuyin From tlio, Worcester (Mam.) Itcpubll'civn. IIomieidc.. mnn hi? tlw nnmr. r,r i.:i:.. Edwards, wis killed in Uohlen. on W , C V,ein.ro. .'?' p,l!ml "?h' ,E day morning, of last week, by John L. bo-! 3" ' 27 " " L., Tm; swallowed up in tno contusion 11 n, iinnattiral union of nullifiors P" "J at l .ITTTtltl.! fan Uurenites. muuy uivuo wings i....ir.-il of the prospect of success, and Lenity did not bring afull ticket into il OtVUV'ei K'UI IWJUIIU IIUIII II1C teiii I.. i ..Wn-.- ,i si Kit lias atietiueu uimciiuns iiuu wo j hare electeu a-niiiveniuseniiuioTi, as i ... nne mnn 1 hdn:escctablB ma .'nit-en to uenernt ra...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 August 1838

. From llio UrUgotun Cronlcle. THE GREAT ECLIPSE OF 1838 Tin1 eclipso wc perceive begins to bo the subject ol comment in some ot mo newspa pers in onr country, nnd tins cany notico 13 110 iloubl.owing to somo peculiar oircum stances connected with the phenomenon l self. For ninny yours past we Imvo had, nt short intervals, u Inrgu eclipse 01 tne sun either total or nnnulur unit tliis one has been styled, by way of eminence, the Inst of the series lor wcslntll not witness nnouicr similar eclipso for sixteen years, nor 11 total eclipse for nearly n generation to come I nnd we cannot withhold the solemn reflection, that this will be the last rumarknblu eclipse that inanv of us shall ever bo permiled to see I Yes, before another conjunction of the heavenly bodies, which will cause u to tal obscuialion of the sun's ravs, a whole (feneration of our specie will have passed tho ordeal of death, nnd the retributions of eternity I nnd yet the undisturbed nflhirs of tne Aimignty move on unu tn...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 September 1838

VERMONT PHflENIX. vol. y. VEKMONT PIKENIX. rvnMHHKD i:vkkv fiiiday mornino, by Wai. E. IlYTHEIl. from (lie llufton Morning l'ot. THE OOUNTJRV WEDDHTO, )iy nip 1 1 would rather sWf. His lowliest lot, walk by his aide on outcast! Wurk for him. beff willi ' O - - w Wrw IIIU Of one kind smilo from him ; than wear the crown The Bourbourn lost.' Lady of Lyons. No event in the juvenile history nf the jyonn? men uuu wuiiiun wno people tho de- i - ... . .j . lijhiliil country towns or New England, iUnJs out ill bolder and brighter relief than that "Inch commemorates the lawful union of their h.nds and hearts. How often do we heai the elder portion dating events to auur before we were married.' or ' two joaM alter wo were married,' as tho caso miy be All holidays, nnd even such as Fasts' and ' 1 liunksgivinirs.' dwindle imn uttfr insignificance in the scale of compari son me writer tiereol hath spent both sumtm-r and winter in the ' Farmer's circle ' ajiusu i.ir ms uuservuuon concerns this pr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 September 1838

VERMONT riKEIVIX. Trhluy Morning, Sept. 7, 1838. OUU ELECTION. Tho return ofll'.e Election for Slnm Officcn. Mem Wr of llio I.rgilnluic,unil Ucircscnttivc to Con groM, which occurred In thin Smto on Tliiirnloy W, liato not ofconrro come in mflicicntly for u to form nny opinion of the result, lliii week. Heluw arc nil the particular which e hate been iilile to collect. Tliey arc tery futornlila to tlio Whig emir-, nnd flinw n. gnin ulnce lt jenr. Next week. c hope to giie tho full remit in the State. For Governor, 1S3S. Jen. Brad, Brattleboro Guilford Vernon Putney Nexvfane Somerset Ilockinghnm Marlboro Dummerston Wardsboro Wilmington Dover Halifax Stratum Jamaica Athens Townshend lirookline 390 12G 81 184 140 15 S51 10G 13G lit 65 49 104 !iS ist 23 131 42 107 50 51 72 117 S4 312 03 70 80 1G5 GG 29 23 73 52 67 25 132 For Governor, 1837. Jen. Jirad, 311 114 83 170 154 11 151 90 51 53 122 23 25 121 ISmnj. WINDHAM COUNTY SENATORS. Brattleboro Newfntio Vernon Putney Guilford Dummerston R...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 September 1838

From tlic MwHionlun. hlE SPITE OF THE GLOBE Lbo of Friday last says:- the first union 01 mo pseuuo wings Igf aS Clii vtrra unu tuuutouio, uuu uuiu- It with nunureus m uiuusuuus oi uoi I i . I mil hv their nnrtnnrsliin rnrrv. u-. .... I I " i .; - . i. ,)( agents ui iuiiu speculations I- fl,e Conservatives and their Federal al nl lamely together in bank lonns ilntlmia nml tlw.n trtrr lt.nl.. litlj SUtl niuiiwiiui .., I luuti IIIVII I ..nmsa In lnmalut i nn Inn (turmn. lithe lands both si ties ot tlio coali- Li ardently cmbrncing mat policy in L which was calculated to chennen Irrpncv in which uiey wero bound to Lr debts to the banks; and to enhance r e .1... i i .t &ncc 01 we miiua tvuiuu wore ineir i iky (iocs not iuu uiuuu give me names; locw oi uui u omgiu nisiuiiKu wnere a Irrdici! member ot Congress went in Uniti a Whig to raise money to in In lands, anil in that one, there honnen . . . Ikea third partner, who was the Hon. ( Hubbard, of the Senate. If that ;fr be a sin, ther...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 September 1838

Fiom llie Cincinnati Chronlclo. A 11UNA WAY-MATCH. Wo chnncetl two or three weeks since, to 1)0 descending the Miami Cnnnl, from Day ton to this city, in the. packet "I"r,n. Oaptrfin Hreekawnv, commander. 1 he boat had overcome some 25 or 30 miles or the distance, when the trump horseman was heard upon tho tow path. In a minute the. gullianl steed was beside us covered with fount and panting with the heat. On his buck was a surly looking Dutchman, in years some forty-live or fifty, of middle stature, with short let's and still shorter stirrups, nnd sitting in It is saddle very much ns Sir Monkey rides his pony in the mena gerie. Ilis appearance quickly attracted tho eyes of the crew and passengers, especi nlly as his throat, well lined with dust and dried by the heal, gave utterance to sundry violent nnd incoherent sounds, which were ever nndauon accompanied by a threatening flourish of a stout whip which lie held in I At lon-iili iw caught woids, 'Mine d m ter." Captain give me hui...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 September 1838

.jjTTirrwjMfcri:, r' '?TBBFt " '" : VERMONT PHCEHflX. VOL. V. VERMONT PIICENIX. rviiMsiii'.u kvkrv Friday morxino, by WM. 13. ItYTIIER. BURIAL PLACES AT CONSTAN TINOPLE. A dense nnd motionless cloud of stagnant vapors ever shrouds those dienry realms. ITOin ami. ii winning sensation I IHuritlS the traveller thnt he approaches their dark and dismal precincts; und ns he enters them, tin icy blast rises irom their inmost bosom, rushes forth to meet his breath, suddenly strikes his chest, and seems to oppose his tirosress. His very horse snuiTs tin the deadly effluvia, with signs of manifest ter ror, and exhaling a cold and clammy sweat advances reluctantly over a hollow ground, wlitcii sua ices as ne treads it, and loudly re echoes his slow and fearful step. BO inng anti so uusiiy litis tunc been at work to fill this chosen spot, so repeatedly has Constantinople poured into thisiiltimate receptacle nlmoi-t its whole contents, that the capital ot the living, spite of Us immense populati...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 September 1838

VKRMOWT PHCGIVIX. On our first page w, bo found an interesting! K . , , rldnr Morning, Sept. 11, 1838. J letter on this i subject, from our former towns- UDtutnVT T7.T.I.,.nTtON. t ,iir fnM..u Iw.lmv will be found the result ... . , '..... .. i ... I f... or our late State Election, ns nir as wo ih.m- ,ry mend ol Humanity can uui itk been nblu to procure returns. There are scv l,estflnfll results. Much, very much depends cral towns in this county from which we how ' ., t,js experiment, in regard to the final nbo not received n complete- list ofvotcs. Wo will , i;,, , 0r Slavery In this country. Should It be be much obliged if some one will send them in. SUCCCSsful and the fact be demonstrated that Jenison, tlio Whig candidate for Governor, is t10 interest of the planters bos been promoted; elected by n considerably increased majority; or CVCn if tins is not proved, if it is only shown there has been a largo Whig gain in the House I tint immedinle emancipation is jc lor both on t n s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 September 1838

i. tt o ni.ii uiit n un u a. uulgiiuh InWIlILL STREET BRIDGE tiriilirc nt the head of be upper ffL. .nnaiimcd bv firo on Saturdav l! . ft t I rt 1 cunhnBnil In li llin llUOUl J 1- k of some ...an ire ' incendiary, ns three men at the end of the bridge whore first discoveicu, wno nnu PvtfC!'IING.T,SPECIEII, I rnincinlht East Indies.- the last iwcry body knows that tho nrcsftnt rnVnnnic r.n iai tt 'n.r . j, - , - I . II will iiiuiut (IIC UJJUCl X lUVIIlbWS toco national administration, deals in nothing of the Bengal Residency were the scenes of T but specie, except occasionally when they is- frightful misery and mortality. Tens of f- nun .. P. . !lt m r I., . . "1 . . ' tlinv inousanus nave been reduced to not T.I. mil keener at this end, nnd ns ' . r .vliir.li there nro three, one at .mos. . ...I ntlfl niie III UIU CCIIVIU. UIC IIU'ILM 01IU UM- ... i QV(.r dm hridge for some time pr'cv 1 ...i !i is therefore reasonable to sun- . ... i i . ,u i must nave ueuu purposely set un "''"". i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 September 1838

I'noonr.ss or TnuTit in jieoAud to Tem rcnANCE. It is worthy of retnaik, that in all the controversy in legard to the propiietyof licensing the sale of ardent spirits, it litis never been nltempteil, to our knowledge, to he prov ed, thai there arc any advantages to the com munity Browing out of the traffic. So clearly nnd fully tins llio question been settled that there is'nolhiug but unminglcd evil in it, thnt no one of nil the advocates for (lie traffic is lool hardy enough 10 undcrtnke the tnsk ofconvinc. ing the public thnt their interests nre promoted by it. They arc obliged to be content with Btnndlng upon nn assumed right to prosecute the business because they have dono so, so long. As the community then, ns a whole, derive no ndvnntnge from the trade, the ques tion is reduced to this, whether or not because a few imve so long been allowed to promote their private interests at tlio expense of the public, the community have relinquished nnd lost the right of protecting themsel...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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