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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 30 August 1842

Xn tftfa frtgcr arc Wtaftc tlie gnMfc 6rlrt5 WoIttonB. 3Lato3, SuWtc Stratton Sankru fiotfcn Btt. thr anft States, Un H. BELLo Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. AUG. 30, 1842. VOL. VU--NO. 17. ,5 PUBLISHED EVERV TUESDAY 3IOBNING AT NORTH END OF TIIE BBIDGE, BY J. COBB JR. by whom all ordera for prinling, Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every des cription will be neatlyand fashionably cx ecuted, at short nofice. TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. VlllajambKrlben 82,00 Mailubicrller, 9.00 IjJiriduAfs.indCompanlefc n-hotake atthe otfice, 31,?&, or I.SOcentiif paidln elx morilliB. Corapanies on itage routea, 81,75 Thn who lake nf l'ostrlders, . S3,00 lfnotpald at the end ofthe year $2,25. Nopapcrsdlscontliiued unUIarrearages arepaid, cxcept at iheoptionof the proprietor. No payinentfltoCarners al- loived exceplordervd by the piuprletor. Allcummunlcalionsuiust be adilresed to the editor Poit I'aid. I-REPAKKD rOK TIIE VERMONT PRESS BY THE CKNTKAL COMMITTEE OF TnE VT. TEMFERAN...

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. — 30 August 1842

r '1 CONGRESS. CorrejponJence of the Commercial Adrertisnr. Washington, Thursday Aug. ia. No Taiuff, withoct DtsTninurioN. Soon afler my lctter of this nficrnoon was disoalched.Mr. Filmore offered a resolution, that thc commiltec on Ways nnd mcansbc iiis.tructcd to bring in immediatcly, thc tar- tr i.th iust vetoed by thc fcxccuuvc siri kin-out the land section, and the twenty hing oui inc iai per cent. duty on tea nnU c-ollcc. ' II. I A f (ocf Iho ainrpfltV OI WOSe : of thc opposition who had hcld ihemselves u . as in Lor of a good tariff for revcnue rnL.inB. Iftliev wcrc sinccre, hcre -.,.1 nmiwi nn. lltiev wcrcsmcuru.uuiu ' r r. ii.m n i-nniunction was an op, r u .. . - - wun mc iriemia . - IL'llfl -nnM stil co forsuch a measurc.evcn thi.uh without distribution, to pass such a ......... - - O ... bill. Hc moved the yeas and nays, and asked the previous qucslion. Both were ord'-red. This proposition camc like a thunderbolt imon the oiiposition. Thcrc was no chance for dodging. The...

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. — 30 August 1842

3 ii , . the whigs will not all unite upo:i tho cjndidatc, and, iti tho heal of the contest twecn thcmsolves, they may oven bo ca- ,jed by tha enemy to voto for a loco. j. no ho does ihis disgnces htmsfilt. and sjcnficcs his country for the gratification of .n nnnnr nnd rcsentment. Will any Jccent whig thus demean his character for .triolisni and principle I XMu matlcr now .orlhv or Jalented a loco may oe, ne is a traitur to his party, ho gocs against ',8 political principles and policy you pro. Ifg?; anu ine more iinsuiuei nc m uu ju. UNITE. CONCILIATE. Away with rerjonal prefcrences, angcr and prejudico. Sacrifico theniall for tho unity oftho party, snd the salvntion of the country. E. D. Barbcr. Thc following is the reply of Mr. Barber o an omcial annunciation from the Liberty mrtv State Convention that he was nomin. ' . - r . f-i 'h1 as their candidatc tor Liicut uov. 'Middlebury, July 2G, 1S42. DearSir Yours informing me ofiicially ung me oinctaiiy didate for the of- i,0f my no...

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. — 30 August 1842

-TERD5 GRASS Cloycr. nn Redto I Seed for sale by JOHN XS 00D - - 0 1842. V I N E G A R YEN'TY-FIVE Bbk Ctder Vine- ir fnrsalo by Joiin Wood IIAYING TOOLS. R.A1N t'radles. Scvthes nnd Snath:. JRakos, Forks, "ood S.-vtho S'ones. & .vvtlie Rifl.-s. for sale by John Wood. Jiilv 16. 1P42. Moffat's Liffi Pills and I'hcenix TUTTF.RS. Dr. M-.ffal'i Lif PiH riH Phojnix Bitlrrs have loug since oMin-d the high and cnvmWc diatinction and a h"t of coinpetii"!. -mi that th.-y acqnired it foi Ijr hy tlieir invauU aie and alrnfft unl.mited ifficacy nilhont th n m.il .liil of ful-oi- pi'ff'ry jd prctrninri!i, are well kiiovMi to tlie puMicaml cannot ba di-nied Whil1" vcrv little ha bien snid concrrning these asiniiUhiuj: LifeMcd rinen by Ih" p opi torhim nelf and iio' iimrB thm was nrciM-iry lo cail Ihe atirntion ofthc nfflictcd lo a ure and spcedy mranl of rdi f, Ihe rrnown has rapidty flown from one individual to anntln-r nnd from family to faniily. niilil ihey havi- long since bccoino t.ovR l...

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. — 6 September 1842

Ikp. n tftfg flapcc arc jmfrlfgfictt the uMfc rtcrs, ttcsoluttons. 2atoa, ulUe arreattw, UanKrupt fiotfccs Etc. oC thc Etaftelf Statca, Ba authorftw. H. BELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. SEPT. 6, 1845. VOL, VI1--NO. 18. IS PCHUSHED EVERV TCESDAY MOBM0 AT MORTJI EXD OF THE BBIDCE, BY J. C 0 B B JR- by whom all orders for printing, Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvery des cription will bc neatlyand fashionably ex ecutcd, at short nolicc. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. Vlllnfe.uKcrlbtri 82,00 JtlalUubiicriber. ...... lodivlduiliundCompinips whotakeauhe office, 51,75, or i,50centif paldln ill montln. CorapanleJ on stagernuteii ! Thoae who take of Postridtrs, ... 82,00 Knotpald at lhe end oflhe year $2,25. NopaersdIj.continued untllarrearagei arepaid,except at theoptiortof the proprietor. No paymentato C'arrierf al- lowed nxcept ordered by the pioprfetor. All communlcatiouamust be addrcs.'cd to the editor Post 1'iid. PRnrAKED for. thk vermont fkess by T1IE CENTRAL COM...

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. — 6 September 1842

for tl.e first six monilis U about Te Tnou " Vn Jolbs. as the r-tr.ot admiu. Th.f would give us $20j000nvear. To reluce Executhc power. The Whigs ar. re.!een.i..? thnt; a bill to reducc h gtet rpoverthB prcsshas boen already repor tel in boih Hnustw? and au amemliiieiU lim iling tlic Tyranical Viio Power I.H.be.n suetnine.l liy the Wliigi of the OnpVpnv. We mlhrrr t(. tlint dor.triu; J,.hn Tvler hns hardlv n cor.oiIV guard to mhoralr his re elcction. . or.h-KaMern Bouiulary. We j,ro.med to M ltlc it, ai.d it is peaoeul.'.y, honorablj and MUIflilCIUIH. atuivMv Flnriila Vi ar. Tliat wur, ii wincn - nn nu tcii spi-nt ninre thaii thirty tnillions has lieen stopiicd; the ariny is witlnlrawn with the ez cciition of a fcw iptrrWoii w hich are always inaintnlnnl on the Indian frontier. Who, thcn, can uith trntli aiiilciindorcom iliat the Wliigs have not per.-;veriiiglv iiikI hnncstly hought 10 reilcein their pledses? T lo sure thcy have been defeated in thcir crt-at menfiires ilnfeatcd hy t...

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. — 6 September 1842

I trendeRVOring to defoat the bill indetail in !,.ery stage in its progrers, cutling down 11s .iMons. sccondinK ihe aisaults of hls Io- Ucoadjutors.and ndvocating from begin .irn to cnd a horizonlal duty of 20 per ct. le atlaM givcs his rcluctant asscnt to tlie l,!. We nced not further enquire what ffCrc his real purposes, but his ostensiblo -rasons are nssigned in tlio Globe from hich wo extract ihe following. "f r Wri"hl placed his voto for llie bill nr-oii tbe cmund lliat some rcvenue bill was I neressnry to cure ihe ilisordered condition I 0r (-,e finar.ces, drpendent now solely upon rnilections under a law ngainsl which n pro- te3t uas entered m every payment; and as nicans of rooling oul the serm of distri- I: lution, uhichhn looked upcn as counter ; balancing the injuslice of tho bill in its?ro- ttclire features, which he pronounccu inju nniisto lhe Apriciutural and Commercial leises of his Stale, and only partial'y ad' ran'ogcous to the Manufacturinc c!asscs." If ihese rcaso...

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. — 6 September 1842

HERD3 GRASS dover, an Redto Seod for sale by JOHN WOOD Feb. 9. 1842. V I X K G A R -nvrF.NTY-FIVE Bbls Cider Vine- m -ar for salc by JolIN W OOD. HAYING TOOLS. 1 RAlN Cradles. Sevlhrs :inl Snaths. Jf Rakes, Forks. good Scytho S'oncs. & SryiliB Rifl'-s. fr sale by Joiin ood. July 1C, 1842. Moffat's Lifc Pills and l'lioenix .rDo n, M.ifTii'a I.ifre I'illn nnil Pbffinix Blttrrs'have long since oltiined thc hUjh ai.d j . i vi.blc distinction and a iic.t of cotnpctm.r. -nr that th-y acq-'ired it roHy bv llie.r inyauh l ar.d aln.cst u-limitrd --fficacy wilho.it iho u anal aid of fulsome pnffcry and prclenion, aro well known to tl.e publiciiid cannot bo denicd. Whil very little ha bron said concrrning these a.tnnuhing Lifc Med.rincs by th p opi tor him trtfind not more th was nccrssary lo cail Ihe atirnliou of the afflictcd to a rurr and spccdy , inejns of rtli f. tlie renown has rapidly flown froin mip individual to annthrr und from family rn faniily. until thcy have long since becnin...

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. — 13 September 1842

n thfs JJapcr arc pufilfehrt tfir UttbUc rtrcrs, tsoIuttons. milton, SttiiUc Crcattcs, Banferupt iiotfccs Ett. of thc Snftrt Stacs, iJn Sluthorttjj. H. BELLj Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT. SEPT. 13, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 19. ,1 CUBLISHED EVEKV TCESDAT JtOB'I'6 AT X08TH ESD Or THE BBIDCZ, BV J. C O B B JR. bv whom all orders for printing, Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, ic, of every des- fiption will be neatlyand fashionably ex tcuted, at short noticc. TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. tlllatsabicr.!"i llcll fubcribff lJlviiuindCoinpaiite whdtakc ttth oflcr, 31,75, or locenutrpaidlD iU moath. Crapjolf on tateroute, SlS Tfcwe whotake of PottriJrrs, ... $,00 ft.iiMid at ihr en J of the vear SjpijicrJIconUaueunUInaracf arepaid,xept at i ioitionof tbc proprielor. So payit.eutto Cariicr J . 5&l$&!S.t,,oT r.m LVWS OF THE UMTED STATES. 1'astcd at the Second Session of 27tA Ccmgrtss. orncui rDBUcATio.x Pobuc No.. 42 AN ACT to annox a pait of tho town of Tirerton, in the Stata of Rhode...

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. — 13 September 1842

jstakrn for granted thal the Act isoppress-, ,vc S it intolerable, and full of abomin u.onsTbe Globo de.iounceo il; the New' Y ik Evening Post jmns lhe denuncia lion. Tl.e party mus- be rall.e.l at once m h,d lio.tility t ll'e mrusu-c. It will not do 10 waic; for il might bc fuur.d oul by and bv thal lhe law is an excclleiu law that il is full of wholciome regulatioris. lavnrable to ili.-indiisiry of our peop'p, nnd mlmirably uriaptrd to rtstore gm.eral priwpenty The pany mosl be comittrd Hga.nst it ua ,on as pofsible-immedially witbout !o- ing a niomcnf Lot it be o, if o it must he. e liav. coi.fidence in tlie measure tlinl ll will speak for itsrlfvcry soon. nnd furmsh nrgunr.cnia w.Ksnniial and atisfar.tory iti its ow n bc ha'f. lf amendmetits shall bc reqmrcd in fil. d.-laiU ortlm A.l.ilsfnends will kr.ow hovr to make them at tlie proper time liia: is so soon as llicy shill be dectned ,., c-.sarr. Bul as for commiuing the mcaturc'to lhe tcndf r trnTi-ies of its focs, he proplc fo...

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. — 13 September 1842

rncv, 299 40 17 1?4 14 S0 ft tbmd. 982 92 09 218 82 67 J1,rlurne, 45 69 5 41 62 Shrewsbury. 76 138 82 130 1 Sudbury. 50 92 6 51 8-1 18 TinmoJtb. 130 9 0 110 2 4 1613 WO SS3S H2J 403 Oiln. KO. Windsor co. Andover. 72 34 45 54 29 42 Ballim-re, 26 20 1 Barnard. 1S5 202 4 169 194 4 Bethel, 158 127 22 125 117 37 Bridcewater, 182 136 160 132 Cavendish, 227 21 11 49 2r 14 j Chester. 2C5 246 30 180 228 29 Hartford, 251 142 1 209 93 15 Hartland, 263 171 212 154 2 ( Ludlow. 149 30 34 21 25 111; Norwich, 149 189 16 136 191 27 , Plvmoulb, 160 100 82 68 13 , Pomfret, 214 133 1 137 136 19 Reading, 167 109 2 122 77 17 Rochester, 130 C4 42 68 57 48 Royalton, 178 70 56 96 61 71 Springfield, 354 122 14 252 100 37 Sharon. 114 131 14 62 138 35 Stockbridge. 144 147 13 137 129 8 Wellicr&fi'd, 248 57 21 123 45 71 Weston, 92 47 13 135 32 6 Windsor, 323 146 7 267 118 12 Woodstock, 515 155 34 430 117 24 4114 2579 3S0 3305 2271 643 WhljGain, 1321', Essex Co. Brunswick 3 17 6 10 Concord, 139 65 US 49 1 Gui...

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. — 13 September 1842

HERDS GRASS Glover, an Relt0 Seedforsaleby JOHN W00U Tbb. 9. 142. VINKGAR. T, IWKNTY-FIVE BM Ci-ifrVine- gar for sale by John Wood. HAYING TOOI.S. Mi RAIN Cradles. Sovthrs nnd Snath. H"RnW Forks. enorf FVvthe S'nnrs. & Srvihp Rifl-s. for sale bvEJoHN WooD Jnly 16, 1842. MofTat's Life Pills and Phcenix EITTF.RS. Dr. M-'ffil'i I.:f Pill and Phojnix uu,.... tir Imnr nince obtiined the high and ciitiiUp dislinetion and a host f competitorp. -in' that thry acqiiircd it tol ly by their invaula alc and aln.fi't unlmited rfficacy illio..t tlic u tnal id nf f.iUome pntTiry and pretenniom, are ntl known to tlie publicand cannot be denicd. While very 1'ttlr ha been s-iid concctning tliesa as'.ouUhing Lifo Med.cinca hy Ih p opi.'torhim nIf noi more than was nocissary to cail the alU'nlion ol'ths afilicted lo a suro and spccdy mrans uf roli f, Ihe renown haa rapidty Ilown from nue indmdual to anothcr and Irom fanuly K family, unlil Ihey have long since beconv kiiovn m almo't evcry inwn ana v...

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. — 20 September 1842

Xn this ynpzr arc gttMfBhc tftc BuMtc rtcw, Kcfioluttona, Zafos, -puftlfr Creatftft 33anftrupt Sotfcra Etc. ot the nftctt Stacs, Sa Sluthorttn. H. J3ELL; Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. SEPT. 20, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 20. li FUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY MORKIXG AT KORTH EXD OT THE IiltlDCE, BY J. C O B B JR. by whom all orders for printing, Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,ofcvcry des eription will be neatly and fashionably ex- csuted, at sbort nolice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. VUIiiubKrlberi 82,00 Mlllaabicribers, . - 2.00 ijlifiduilianitCnmpanlM tvhotake attbt office, $1,75, or i.socentsif pafdln six oionths. Coinpanlea on tageroutci St,75 Tli'iae wholak of Postriilert, ... 52,00 If notpald at the end ortlie year $2,25. A'opaiiertoliiCoiitinueduntilarrearaesarepaidfCzeept at tlieoption of the proprietor. Ko paymenuto Carners al- lovred exeent ordered by the proprietor. All cormn'inicatlonsmust beaddresited lo the editor Fost LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Patitd at the Second ...

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. — 20 September 1842

Thc Enclish Spccial Amtol'. Lo.r,J AshhurtoICembnrkedon boanl th. WarH," c Lnrd Jolm Hay coitman.ler, this day at 12 o'clork. on which ocranon snlntos were fircil from ihe Warspite, and Uso from the U. S. fliin North Carolinn, Ijing at nnchor in rtrenw. Tlic ;rr.-iMt-imm diatf yvy ! - ... ......-... ,1, uili fi 1 tofrntnmi weuu uui v. .r- Ihe cnt cr- .1 ... f . i ery American cmzcn. that this beareroi tne olire branch of peace, with the distinsuisbeit miiii.terof pacificntinn, niay have a pleascnt nnd rnpid vormieto her own proud nea-g-irt hoine. N. Y. (!om. Adv. The Next Co.-jcnc. Tlie following tntive? have already mui. jatcd tlieir rcsolu- lion not to he candidates for reelection, riz: 'illard Fillmore.of N. Yorl, WV. .Tns. F.Randolnh N JerM-y, Gco. M Keiin, Pennsrlvnui, s"inon Mnnn, Ohio, Joepb Itidgwny, do, Nth. G. Peiiilleton. di, Francis V. Piekerw, S. C, II '.V. J'nn Rensnlesr, X. York, Francis Gr.nipr, d''i lo. Loco Whig. do 3 do. Loco. Whig. do. Whig galhering al Hamikon o...

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. — 20 September 1842

- xii j.t-,4 ,S5? VoS, ' f lnlr: liX accu,. Mr. &. Cta t, we ncoD ' ional icmcdio lolicittho use of V,0.?!".- . nolBita on Ihe babbalb, ior iw p'r- r...' r-m,!.-,r serrnon. and naving oo. tVincd'the ear of the peoph in this way, Iv.-S, ns a third service, a leciure on slave. " r. .. i Itn ntrpnr! anrt nn. rv. uurinc uie eK -- dresses politicalConvenlions, and otbcrwise uurinc uie c -- " prosecutes liis busines as a poi .Ui'ti T.octnrcr. How nr polilical anii- s is a stop ,1,h nii;nc "Cliurcli and State." and hnt musl b? the tendency of such a courso in rrln'ici) lo ttic Shbbath and the spiritutl interests ofa congregation, we hope will be cnrefully conMdorcd. In th'e.-c rnmarks, we do r.ol design lo say jov ihfnir acninst the party, the interests of which Mr. St. Clair is cngngcd inpromo t net nor do wc object to his bcln; a p0'1 ;r iio lmui. tr. ho nnp: but we do ubjcct to liis appearing bcfore our conere. uiion.on one par! oflhe Sabbath as a Con- !iipmii;nn.-.l mlnlilnr. nnd O...

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. — 20 September 1842

ERDS GRASS Clovor. an Rcdto j Sced for sale by JOHN WOOi V1XEGAR. .'ViCNTY-FIVE BbV Cider Vine ! : i gar for sale by John Wood. II AYING TOOLS. RA1N Cradles. Scylhes nnd bnaths "Rnkes, Forks, good'Scytho S'ones, & Scythe RittVs. for salo by John Wood. Julv 10, 1842. iVTofIat,s Life Pills and Phtcnix BITTKRS. Dr.Moffat'sLif.- Pills anl Phcenix n;itnt havn loiiiT since obtjined iho hisb and enviablc diitinction and a hnst of compctilor -nrf that thcy acquired it eoMy by tlieir invaula -,1e nr.d aln.ost nulnuited cflicjcy williout Iho u snal aiil of fulsomn pnfFery and pretensions, aro uell known to tlie publicaml cannot be denied. Whil" very little has been said coiicerning these ailimitning l.lle aiedicines uv in- p opi ior inm m-II" and not rnore Ihan was ncc ssary to cail th( ationtion oftlie nfSiclcd to a furo and speedy rncaiis of reli'l. lhe renown Ims ranidly flow from one. individual to anolhnr and froin famil, to family, unti! Ihey havc Iong since become known ut aluio't ...

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. — 27 September 1842

BUthm Xn tltfs Vwr arr jmblts.irt thr iJuliUc (Drircrs, iUfiolutfong. SLatoa, DuMt'c Ercattcs, UnnUrupt lioticcs Etc. ot thc iSJmtrtr Sta cjj, Bn Stuthorttn. JJ. J3ELL? Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. SEPT. 27, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 21. , FDBtlSHED EVKET TCESDAT JIOBMG AT XOHTH KXD OT THE DRIDCE, B J. C O B B JR. bv whom all orders for printing, Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every des cription will be neatly and fasbionably ex teutsd, at short notice. termsTt7e"sevmth volume. rill.tttub.crlb.r.. j 2,00 SSil'imlil'JooaipMXn "whotak.uh. offlee, 61,71, .r I,30catirpaldin sii montlii. OoTiptniei on siafc roulw, .... Sl.'S riinwhoukf of Pmtrid.ri, . . . $2,011 if nnlpiiil ' tai r"": ymr S2,SI. piuersJI.contiQurdimtilarrearapcsarepald.excepl at ' iuttyAva(ih prrtpricfar. No payinenutu Carrien al- lowfi rerpt nlerd by the pi oprlemr. ill coiain-ialcallont wust bc addreai ed to Ihe editor f orr P.id MR. SLADE'S SPEKCH oa the TAnirr hill, ii cosjmittee or XnK WHOLE THE STATE ...

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. — 27 September 1842

ootKiim.-J in lhe discussioii of Executive Vt;!oc s nnd Protcsii1. Tnu,-. hy n simplf npphVatmn t.f tho rule of nddition nn.l subtrnciion. i: i proved that ihc rharges against iIip prrsent Con yr-ss cfneglcct nf buMHPf". is uiifound.'d, aJ,rtIicr pn fcrrrd by ils eiipmii s. or indulg ;d in by its fiiends. Nat. lnt. Tiie Tide Rolling Rack. Thp WMn :iru a siniple scl, beini hmicst. Thoy worp f,K!ii nuntigli so l bcralf th?ir o-vii Con- rrss hcfore ihc country for lons limp, a 'o Impair public rnnfid.-iiee. Thi wns n 'mtx jws of lln- Whig pf. The itnvita i,,. c.;iisi quencc follott d, vi7. thf -letions iir:nn 10 gongninst us. Tnm Tylcr and tlic Madisohian crowt-d. But nb-prvp liow qutck iIip li'lf hni tiirn rd. Tii'- Wliisr press fuund otil nt ki.-llhnt U wns j l'.i':g in'.ollic liarifU of lhe Trnilor. ind Ix-jr itii. s it ohjiM to 'nvo donn froin t ie first, lo d'T'-nd Coogrr-i.s. bol'er "r rnorr fuiiiiful Coiigros: m-vrr nrscmblcd. and yirvpr d:d a Coi.gress dii ono fourllioflhu uoik...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 27 September 1842

nCw and splendid Exchangc bu.ldtngs T1,ry v.ill cost hcn B-P!clcd about S3in.000.The apartmcnts to rent vr.II y.eld 520,000 perannum. It will be a great or r.ament toBoMon.LookoutNcwlor.ers, .hoBo.tcniBn.are (reading uponyourtoc, .1., trt..fl f-.i TTn IT . A Yankcc has rec - ...j reral hundrcd wooden clocks, t, tt,7J IdllU im (osellnBull'siubjccts. ,rmcnicu wun gloricus surrender of Burgoync andLorn-,i ..His. tonether wttn tnc uatueoi i ' lirh. and the fctirrcndcr of'Uld li. tlitrt. of thundtr Jbthun Allen. ' , John BuU'ssubjects wot.ld cail upplcns- antassociattonswereckon. I r r.t, tie nf Crcation a Dandy, :,,, pranksxvitltlhe l,as oi mie uu . v0Ung ladies V r.V "on. VVm. Sladc Mr. Slade, has t,ato Hc probably was wan.tng 2 ..r.ngs invcstigatcd the Sllhjcct ,0 his be-u. -nld Mggest the pro;,P J t J , priely ofbaving onoacrcss his baclt, and . oae arouna nis necn. The whole membcr of Patents issued by thc Unitcd States, previous to Jan. 1S42, is 12,427. It takes the Yankecs for inv...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 27 September 1842

j -, miiu TiviTPn STATF5? ! LAWS OF THE UMfEDSrAILS. r. J Crrrmil SfSSWtl Ol 27rt I fosscd at lhe Seccnd Scssion of With Congress. orricuL ruBLicATio.N Public -No 47. AN ACT explanatory of un act entiiled 'An act to constituTe the pt.rts of Ston ington. Mystic riveJ, mid Puwcatuck riv it a collcciion districl " l? :. r.r,r,-a l.v tlu Sfiiate and Mou-P rn...Jni..1ivisof the Ui itnl Pta'ei of America i.i Congress as-e..,l.!e.l, Tlmt the first scctioh of the a t iii'ttlrd "A.i act to crmstitutc ihe ports of Suming'oii Mystic rivrr. nrd Pawrntui k river a colltclinn dl rict," shall be consmicd ii- t'-e sunv- m m nrr it wou'd have been Imd tlie words "fitmnnd fJter ihe ilnrlinlh day ofJune ...vt" hefii wliolly omiltcd in vasd seciion. Sec 2. And be i' furthcr enncted, Tliat il.e nforrsaid acl, entitlid "An act lo con. :imnth nnrls of Sioninetcm, Mystic river, imd Pnwcpturk river n cnlleclion district," -nnnupcl AnL'Ust third. I'iuhu-en hundred and lony-two, shall lake cflt-ct in all H: n...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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