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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 July 1837

- '''' NOT T HE GLOItV O V C Ai S A It ! HUT THE WlJLFAItK OV HOME. 82 Y II. K. STACY. FRIDAY, .HJIiY 7, 1837. VOfli. XI No. 524 How sweet ;t ntl -nlenm hmv simple .mil afTcc ting is llio follow ins: iMIDMOIIV Mlf-MC "What wake iii" from my heavy elcep ilh tunc co low inul supM? O. timllnr, sep, u !x cm it So late, within llio fll cut ;" "I hpnr nnrnnnit I pp nn form, (), ilimilii'r soft inul mild ! TN'o muliiilii niinip. poiih'. for Mice; All poor mill sickly child." "I' was no tumor- it i lie cm ill I'll. ii sounded in my cm ; TIip niejels I'iill mi! wiili ilicir pong? : (Mini nilil, () molher ilcir !" From iIip Alli.mv Daily Adipi i tor. run i'oiiVAuni:n.s' u.ME,r. IS'nt it ritiloiiipr ciiiip, us up wiiilnl nil il.iy : In ill" hope lit. il nut' Ii ;H." '"nit v mi til si.u t IS" 1 1 1 ii c:i 1 1 in ttt cone ni in cmpiiiie. the way To dcpnip I lie enuils mi Iih cut. Vp -tsi ril in hup nllirn fiom twiiii till nislil, "V. lien llipclmk tolled I tie liunr fur n-lhhij;-" In 1 1n lioic,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 July 1837

No." lns replied. "On I 1 nm great in that. 1 wish you i (?"Hll FCC IIM'." "How well you tlnnnc! Mr. Simpson." "Do you t limit sn ! You shall see mc cut n 'piooo'n wuifj precoiitly,1 I replied. "Forward anil bock, nnd cross over," called llii' musician. Away I started, ninl I gut opposite my parlnor "Now I I lie lime" thought 1, 'lo take I lie 'pigeon wing.'" Springing I'rom the Hour, with nil my st roti jji h I made a flnurirh Willi mv feet on I ciimo down, hut the carpet proved a slippery foundation my heels Hew tip I lost my equilibrium nnd fell prostrate on the floor. My feel come in contact with those of a servant's, who was handing about ice-creams; the forco of my fall was so powerful that I up set the servant, and the content of the waiter came tumbling into my face and eye?. Mistaking the frigidity of the ice. creams for boiling punch, I bellowed most lustily that I wop scalded ; but recovering tny feet, and observing I lie whole assembly laughing at my misfortunes, I made ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 July 1837

Isaac It. Harrinbton ) Chittenden County vs. Court IUtiidun. )jIarcliTermwn TOWHERFiAS Isaac R. Harrington, of V Buffalo, in the State of New York, at the August term ol Clnltcndon County Court A. D. 1036, commenced his nclinn Rgainst Benjamin llolhburn, of Buffalo, nforesnid, in n plcn of the case, for money had and received, for money lent and ad vanced, for money paid, laid nut and ex pended, and liir goods, wares and mcrchon disc, Fold and delivered, to the damage of Ihnsnid Isaac R. five thousand dollars, which action wai entered on I lie docket of raid Court, at tniil August term of 1336, and the Plaintiff appeared by his All'y Charles Adams, and the Defendant being absent from the Stnto nl the tunc of the rcrvicu or saw writ, m emu to.. continued to the March term of said Court 1037, nt which term the Plaintiff again appeared by his said Attorney, and it not being mndc In appear to the Court, that the Defendant had had personal noiico of the said service nod pendency of this ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 July 1837

Ciittania Tea Pols, Pitcher?, 'I nuibii ts nnil Clips' for t-ulo til tliu Viiriuij Hil ). I'AMilllMl.N it lint rvMAtt. ,1 u no 15. rroCO I'OlIU AND LUCIFFR '. J MATCHF.S, gond one-, also Oigat .V it lir, in carry in tliu Pocket, Cor sale n liir Variety Simp. "PamJIIOHN' & RtUNSMAIH. ale work Capos & Collars. do.. ! rem li anil aecleli worucii i.apcs and Collars, s.nilo very liLnilliful mill 'nticrin, from $1 lo (I2 US. by LI'.MUHL CURTIS & Co. io I, 1.137. JgRW GOODS- DOOLi i' i'Lii. na- ju.-t received , Irmn N'-iv York, ii general asort ol D'V (JmI-. Gu.eories fan , which bought ui li"' I.i'o l"W price?, ,11 In; Mt v:ty low fur Cn.h. y 17. 1 1137. 3w STRAY COW T-wrssQTRAYLD fn ','fH. ;, 3 lie subscriber from on J. no litK k Cow. long l'nrn, n u tut -lur in 1 her n' . u ml. full mill- 'or h Ki". Anv iiiliitftm'inii given ii pan be obtained, nil-ill In- lindsoinolv -.led. GIDKON M. I'M.SK. ' Pam, Pencils, Crayons, &c. VW H hnv opi nt-! wait r Color si veral v ' i, .mi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 July 1837

NOT THE GLORY OFCjESAR? BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H.B. STACY. FRIDAY, JUIiY 14, 1837. VOL. XI No. 525 COMMUNICATION, NO, lit. Rev. Btsnop Hopkins. Sin: Having, if I mistake not, shown Iho worse than weakness of your foundation in my last, it will be readily judged that it is not a diffi cult task to pulldown tliat which Blatids on nothing. As in ciscsof special pleading, bo in youre, something must bo said if it can bo, to mnko others believe that what you say is right, it being to the point or not. Your second objection is in proper keeping with your first, and naturally grows out of it. But if your first bo false, and that it is, few will deny, your seconu is false of course. It is tho following: "That it (the Temperance Society) opposes vice, and attempts to establish virtue in n manner which is not in accordance with the word of God, t. e. in opposition to God's word." Your proof is peculiar to your' elf-and if any of us in tho humbler walks of life had written the above objec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 July 1837

mil, when Iih country dcmnnuiiA oxer mi, nnil. judging n1"'" presrut oppcurnn s nt tin; ondof'hia fmir jsnrs, will be nil In hnvo genu to Ire rcnr, whuru he H hu left, nnd reported iimung Hie mis lint "tir Cuuntry Ili'ovnn blo her Miners when her children Fuller; h(ir i' clintinie, indii'irieu. viilued children. II - I I,,.,,. !ll iflli,, virtnr lier constitution tins not been broken by !tentmeiit--;inil 1 firmly believe it hns I 1,-t 1 he Constitution hnvo (: i r play. imss the quacks with I heir pnsionuus .'rums bring in the honest nnd intelligent visors who hnvu been displaced, nnd, til n little moment In recover from pain 1 excitement, she will enmu fnrth again nil her beauty nnd r.lrenr'lh, in she wu.- Hie morning of her dnyx, when her glory is lilended with Hie glory of Washington, d bntli were Fot'ieiM'd nnd cbnstened by I...,;..;..., .,,..,.r,.n,.n I,, ll,i, I , n.t it ll I inn .ll LnWS. JACK DOWNINH'S I'HOI'IIECY. Amongst the oilier propliccies, which re mndu after the remo...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 July 1837

Ono who has not devoted his particular htttntinn to the subject con hardly realize tlm extent to which Excciitivo unrpation tins been carried for the last eight year?. The assumption flint llio President, and tint Congress, is the exponent of the Peo ple's Will, has led to the grossest viola tions of principle and law. It has been the cause of all our present calamities. Jf Congress had legislated for us, and Congress alone, we should now ho in the enjoyment of a sound currency and n pros, porous trade. Hut Tonv principles have triumphed. The power of the Cr.owN has liccn augmented at the expense of the People. The Toiues have strengthened the Executive, and annihilated the power of all the co-ordinate branches of the Gov ernment. Thus the MoN.tncincAr, prin ciple has triumphed over the Democratic. The President and his agents linvo been supreme. All authority has been concen trated in their hands. Congress Iia9 been a cipher. War has been made upon the Judiciary. Every thing hns re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 July 1837

li om ilio Baltimore Patriot. Il is not nil wo receive Ootn our pocti cnl friends any thing so acceptable uti the beautiful vortos bclrnr combining tucli n flow of inspiration, with mi much l.iste nnd liiimintiy. Wc give them n place with the ..oru pleasure us wo havo a promise that i lie fair mid youthful nut Ih roas will enable us lo pinco our cnlumtw with mora of her r'Timinns. MORNING HYMN. "In : lie moinlii,' wilt 1 diiccl my pi njcr unto llirc." , " I'SAt.MS. dice i.viip ilm itin-'ninj light of il;iy im-lis in the llllM'K Ffll Fnilicr in licincn ! nil raie(ally ni) heart looks tip to llite, To hle- dice fir 1 1ty wnicliful care throughout ilie Imi:; ii'i'lit hum?, For sill ilii; iin-i cics o'er my lot thy d.iily goodness sIlOMelS. For lliou liai glorillcd my ilh with lock mid 'ii ild nf luie, Am! nil lim fills my hc.ui with joy is grunted from uboie. counties nio iln lilepjings which thy bountc- on hand h.illi given, 'tfn'fmi. iln I hies iliy imiiio, God of the cat i!i ami llc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 July 1837

L., ' not t ir 13 ni,oiiv of csak; is it t t h u wkj. fakh of h o m ij. r BY ST ACT. VOBi. XI No. 52 COMMUNICATION, Mi. IV. Itr.v. Histim; IIopkik-. Srnt I np proncli t he examination of your third objection with peculiar and initialed riuo lions. For corininr&iif the prosecution of liny system of operation should give tri umph to th.it. infidelity which chil's llic lienrl, withers the uul. nud crushes tlic hopes of nihil for eternity, 1 foci n- n lover of my species. tmTIi morn of my God. I must oppose it. Tins I trust is no ennge niol to nil minds in this religious commu nity, llmt it meets n hearty nwpnnso. Yon charge the Temperance Society ny bini; this system. Your words nre "That if it could succeed it would bo a trinmph of in fidelity." Your proof amounts pimply to .thisthe Temperance Society has con trived by a wnttcn pledge to destroy this nutter vice, tin- parent of crime, in one generation. A like pledge nnd ocicly might be formed agiiu-t all 'l"'r """ nn(' therefore....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 July 1837

V I II I U A V M O II N I iN 0, J U I- Y 2 1, .Strife Miction. September .1. port Guvr.nwm, SILAS H. JUN1SQN. rnti i.iput. oovnnNnn, DE E2. OASES5. pen t.ti: ur.n, ion ti:sAT"!H-ciniTi'M)i:s imuvrv, .jojin vav f-u:rn.ur;, jr.. oiU.I.A.N- CuUM'V. A U U U T U !3 Y O U N G. Gil AM) 1-t.U COUNTV. ii o n. j o e: i. a i. Ti r, .v, STATE CONVENTION. Montpelmr. July 12, 1037. At 10 o'clock, pursiianl to dm en'l ofdm Wine; State Comniinoo, the delegates from different m c linns of die sinio, in u very largo iintnlmr. r.ssemblod at llm brick r'lurih, mid wiiii- railed to order ly Ilmi. Milton !JmwN, el.airtn'in of tin' commit too. On motion, Ilmi. HoiiF.nT Pir.ni'oi.T I ill In ml , wns appointed PruHdep.l, ntu! 0. 1 1. Knapj', of iM.joi poller, Secretary jr tempore. On no. Moil of Mr. Ilown. of Custlctou. Resolved, Thni a committee of ti'ii lie appointed, to nominate ufiicr?. r.ml rrpori Mich measures n aro nrc. t-.-ary to facilitate iim huines of i ho Convention. Whereupon. Messrs. Howe, Hol...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 July 1837

Pint: at Sr .Tohn.-W.j understand llini !l c Lrnili r Factory tuirtm" to Mr ! Wrn 1 1 n nt Ft. Jhon-. L- 0.. wtm eon Mitind by fro on Wednrn'nv week. KOTMHL Titr. Pocitty for llrur.ioin ls-o.t'invof iliu I'mv usiTViif VnitMnNT will hold in turn, ill rclili .iiioii nl l1t Wl'ii'' rlwieli (in Tticil.iv Aiti.ii i fh-i, nl iii t.Vlcirk l M. An inMirs is rxiicrip I limn ilic llnv. (I. U'. I'ciUins of Moil" tienl, I5y mili'i-nf die Snrlrtv. S. S. IIKIIHICIC, Secretary. Tim r"iPinv. Nu mid UvivcitsvrY Issti. TUTt- ,-' ipi."I" nf the Unlwi-niv nf Vcimnni will h III1, ir i ne'inl jniht r lebuiti'iii nl ilm U Idle Hut cb.cn V, dWliy, llie 2.1. of ti.'.,ni ! nVWU 1'. . n (ir.ni.in tt'.nv be cxpertcd lium ttiu Rev. (J. (J. I.sm rmu., cf ilii I'l.i'e. Ini.iipili.i'clv I'm rsi-iiLs-M., will I'D held ilic ii.iiiu.il niceliii..' "f llio two Soi-iones, for llm pipeline of mi Orator nml Pom fur iIip runnier ,c,,r. II..!. RAYMOND, Serreta- ILTU'.IOOP, J ries. Burlington, July IS, 1S37. 03lIK'tm:,T':vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 July 1837

I'loni the Cluurliliian. A T II A N A SI Ai IVIninl. mnv me hi' iho kiiiii of (Ion, nnil il lllllll 11(11 Jl'l MIH'!II' ullllt hp -ti 1 1 lie; lull o know lli.ii ulii'ii In- utm Nniir life kiiiii appear o chilli lie like lihn, fur uu sli.ill fee liim (in he is. 67. John, 1 Eu 2. Vc? ! 'i wiii ii civ ihc.un. which li.iril iiml Fn;;n Kiirn'il in iheilcplh'of iIioiirIii, "hen o'er llio nnil Ttir niiif( ii,uiipi'! nf iiiii- destiny 1'l.ished like slinti! iiipiiniinn, iiml the Hslit Ofhenien iiiii.(! lo'sild llio ptocini nf o.ulh. 'I'lillj. limn saw.-l ucll! the imtnnilnl mind. Willi ii! shiuie wealth ofsticnijlli nnil nohlcnrfs, Fellrr'd mid (li.ilncd I'v ue.ikiiP- nml liv sin, Shall Ine, when llii' 1'iinl dii.l uhich il itifuiius lliilli iiiinliil uith il kindled climenlr. Anil is il t .(it ii dream ? n pluiitnm li'jlil Which uiin philor-ophv lui'li eonjuied up, licimliliil lull lat?o 1 Weill ink I tit tj, 001)' Il i. not to. 'I'lio I icli nml clnrioiM inilli Wliicli mii.iri- fpints nl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 July 1837

NOT THE OLOllY OF CKSAIt; 11 IT T T II 12 WKI, F AKB OF It O HI U. BY Iff.B. STACY. COMMUNICATION, NO. V. Rev. Kisiiop Hopkins. Sins Your fourlli objection to llio Temperance Socio ty ymi claim untiling more for than llio correction of no error. The error consists not in its slating po troth, but in going be yond it, i. c. ultrnisui. Now as yf ob jection supposes the correctness of tho so ciety in port, nil thnt properly it nmounts to is, whether it is ultra or not. This is mat ter of opinion of course, ami not a (undo nicntnl error, As such, you have no prop. cr ground for arraigning the society but for its opinions. Your words are "That it gives n false protninrnee to olio particular vice, contrary to the doctrines of the Hi lilc." You thus incidentally own I hat it should have a certain prominence, but charge the jocioty with a false prominence, and this false prominence is eonlrary to tho doctrines of the Hiblc. Now sir, I chal lenge you to bring forward that express parage that...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 July 1837

mirily, llio ponce, thn piuspcrily nnd tlic happiness of iho country. To riled thin reform, Iho country should immediately emancipate- itself, ai far as pus hIiIis, from (ho IramtiHils of I no lulgnitig Dynasty. Iiv presenting a phalanx in holh 1 louses' of Congross-, nml in uvniv statu oovniiNHUNT, which Khali tokn lie stand bold, ly on ihu ground of genuine Whig Principles, nml n.y to tin) men in power hitherto shall thou eoino nml no farther, anil hern shall thy oxpoiineiitH mul agents of power he slayod. lint, after nil, there nrn those who give to thn enquiry -what shall bo done? ti verv diflVri iit answer frnin that which wo have suggested. Thi'y see 'he conilition to winch tin: experiment has brought tho ciiiiniry. but iiistend til rui n miliar to dm safe position froui which it has (li'pttr led, they would hnve il go forwnnl to mi exclu. sivu" ineinlio currency. Their cry It -nway with monopolies--Down with bank-. Give. u equal rights mul jirivilciri't. mul I lid irooil old ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 July 1837

MO 1ft 53 GOO HiS. 1 nnn t.i t. Bins ioo ps. indm JlULU, i)t,r( :ioo cMl,., ,ir 15ru$hes, IC rt'il Plumes. 30 Silver Pen ells, mill n few hundred sheets (in- Tissue l'npor, of vnrrious Colors, received nt the Variety Shop. July PANfiinmN fc Eiiins.maiii. m xr :lt m K w 3 L CURTIS fc Co. have again rceciv- ed two case inuro of Bennetts, com prising Florence, fine Straw, Eleven Braid Duiistrible, Tuscan and Satin .Straws. Hurhntrt nti. .Tnlv '.'7, 1U.J7 i OODS in t In In vvtci prices will be VS" pnid lor nny ninoiint of Butler, dcltv crcil nl their Store. Jnly27 1, CURTIS & Co. EST R. AY. C1AMH into iho eiieln-tiroof the Mibscri hers, on I he Cili in-i., n twuyear old M.vp, wiib uvo wlnin fed mid ii" star in tlic forehead The owner is requested to prove propctlv, pnv charges, and in Ui her nwny. " S. fc It. M. BHACII. Hi. George, July '.M, I!i37. Silver Thimbles; and an addi tional n-mrimcui of Sword-; ju-t received a' the Vurteiy Simp ; nlsu I'.r sale I iron tiirnace. PArniiimv f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 July 1837

NEW GOODS. LOV15LY & ABiiOTT, HAVE just relumed from Now York willi n r( (.k assortment oT Fancy and Staple ry Goods. Dry Groceries, Crockeiy, Glass ml China Warn, fcc. iic. wliicli will bu sold rfv Low fur Cash. May 23, l!l;57. sA)ol;ot. Book and Money Lost, BBTWBi'.N ihu Limekiln ofMr Dean, un ihu lliucsburgh road, mid the Court luiise tquaru. u calfskin Walltt. containing .1'iy five dolliiis and it half four ten mid two ivo dollar bills on thu Farmers und Median ek Rank, one livo dollar hill on St. Albans -milk, und one half dollar of American coin. Whoever may have found said money, shall ho entitled to'Tcn Dollars', by leaving the sumo ,it t tut I'osl Office in Ibis village. JOHN VAN slCKLEN .lr. 'i;fir'hi'aT0CKSi ,.ii,(.-9 liniuhaziuo )st received by L. CURTIS & Co, Juno 1, 1U15T 1 Case nioro hlount florf.xce tuscan bonnets colo.veum ) 2 " Ftenoh Wiculhs, by I. CURTl&'.t Co. .lime I, 11137. . F5UJiT- " PINK .'JPPLKS. and I.F.MONS, for sale at jVTIIRoP.tFOTWIN. June...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 August 1837

NOT T If !! (!MIUV OF OliSAIi; II If T TltH W H T, F A ItK OV 11 O M K. BY H. B, STACY. FKtJBAY, AUGUST 4, 1837. VOBa XI No. 528 TUMPHKANCK CtiLKIMlATlOX. T!ic "cold water celebration" of the lib of July nt 'he Marlborough House, Huston, wan ns remarkable for its hilarity, nnil l ho many clover things snid and mi"? ...i . , I'... ll,n fi'iDniirn fli If! usual, nuil wlmt linvu comu to be consider rd the indispensable provocatives. Tlic following is one of the soups which the occasion railed nut : O I) K rv ur.v. joiik rmnroNT. In Eden's Ciri'ii ictieals A wnlei.brouk, that plajcd ltrlurrii soft, miwy seats licnr-nlli a planc-ticc's ludc. Vline iiuiliii? leavM D.inccd iiVr the brink, Win AdiiinV diink, And also lu'a Upside llio parriu ?Pr'inS orih.il Miuiirf biouk.inc pan Their niiiriiins chant would fing 5 Anil I'm; to ilioea bcr hair, Kneel nil die uni's , '1'linl hinged bfl side, Ami ni.tUf lis tide Her looking gin". And ulifn the iiiaii nf Ood 1'ioni I'SMil led his fl''M 'l hey ll...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 August 1837

V It t l A Y M O It N I N 0, U (1 1T S T .1 . Siilc Fhitinn. Seplrmhcr 5. ron fnivi iivnn. ShAS II. JHNISON. t'nn t.ir.ur. oiivrnvn. 3D A 53 33. C A BE 5?. fun tiu: ut.)i. ron sunatoii cinrri nm;n county, .TOIIV VAN SIOKI.UN, .lit. IIAttUY MII.LKK. cuii.i:.nm cou.vrv. AUG USTUR YOUNG. an m i-r.r. cou.vrv. II O N. .7 () 12 li A T. L V. X, WHIG MEETING. The Whigs of the town of Burlington arc requested to moot at Howard's, on Friday evening, the lfli of August, at 7 o'clock, for tho purpose of nominating a person to repre sent this town in (lie Legisla ture. Ihj order of thr. Town Com. OOUOF. AND WHITNEY. When rnjups f.ill nut, there i :i clianre nf inlrr cuiii "divilopincnts." Mr, Gnnjp, clcik in llm Tica-ury Dcparlmenl, and lirabe'i HI. Whitney, nf nt of the Deposilc Hank, haw bcjnii In tell whal they kninv. Mi. Cinnjje sas, lli.il Mr. Whit ney's bank haw done iiihip evil tli.in Mr. Riddle's bank - siitil Mr. hittiev ii'lot Is, tlt.it Mr. Ciotijc has lippn sniliy of 11 "deviation fi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 August 1837

dnrcol of land is coiulurivo In llio best interests Ins said wards. It is therefore hereby ordorcd tliat mid nnplinn t inn stand fur u "hrn rinp hoforo said Court nt n session thereof tn hi? holden nt the Office of the Register of thi Court in Burlington, m 'In! second Wcilnotlny of September A. I). 1 U.17 ; nnd t lint notice thereof lin given to nil concerned by pub lishing Ibis order together with tin1 cob stnnco of en i (I pntition, in the Free Press, a newspaper, printed nt Burlington, in tin- County of Chittenden. I wo v.-odis successively, the last of snul ptitilicnl Kills to bo mil log 1 1 1 :) 1 1 two weeks prt vino In snid tiny ol hearing, then nnd I hero to up' ponr before said Court nnd shew cnoi', if nny llicy have, wbv I lift prnyer of snul petition should not bo "muled". Given under my lined nnd the senl of snid Court, nl It o r I i n 1 i . in ihe District of Chitleiiden, Ihi.s Isi duv of August A. 1). It!37. OHAR.LKS RUSSF.LL. Judge. Asthma ! and Calarrh ! Ill Unit li...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 August 1837

From lliolloslon Coinier.J tLTWuknuw not lliat i hero is uiiy thing in llio following squib that enn give per sonal olVonce, as wc arc sure lliat t Iks wri ter intended none. If any one can read it without laughing, ho must ho less cool and complacent than the true disciple of the cold water system : CELHHRATION EXTRAORDINARY. Tuesday, the 4ih instant, llio glorious anniversary of our independence, was ren dered ft ill more glorious by n grand Cos. tivnl of the M aiicii or Imtkm.kct Stau vation Socir.TV,who met at the Mitlbury Hollos, which has hern recently lilted up for the accommodation of boarders in Fiipe nor starvation style. The larder ha.s been abolished, nnd nil the arrangements have been made on llio principle of total abti tinuc from every thing thai eun lie hard in the stomach. The Iriotids of starvation were all presi nt nod dinner was served up in appropriate style. It consisted of a leg of nothing and no turnips; half n peek of gulled oysters , pudding hag proved to b...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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