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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 4 October 1842

In tftfs jnprr nrr su&UsIirt tUt iJu&U'c rtrcrs, iUsoluttoiw, SLifos, J3uDlfc arrcattw, Bjmitrujit Slottccs Itc. of tlic SLTmtrt JStntra, 23n STuthoritij. JJ. J3ELL5 Editor and Propricfor. MIDDLEBURY VT. OCTOBER 4, 1842. VOD. VII--KO. 22. j5 rrni-isiiED ever v tuksday jior.nim; at xortni ex or tiik beidke, hy 3. COBB J R . ly whom all orders for printing, Books, "jmphlets, Bills, Cnrds, &c, of every des cnpiion will'he neatlj-and fashionably ex cctitcd, at short nolicc. TERMS OF THE SEVEUTH VOLUME, t'lll.-i;csub.cril-r-, 'sjjin ::;,"lhron ?,'?V l.,pii" ' "" Si,75 ZXXtZ: S--0" 1.i,.rsli--.MiIi"'i'-'l'HiUlarr(-.irn!r.-snrcpnl1.i-lcrDtatl i-i. ti'ilK'ti 'iftl prMpriflor. No pnyiui'iitr.t Carriers al i .T ev-,-1frliT-l lvthc-n-rirl.r. ,.q-i.iiMtioii!ittutbea.Mr-sTiinthr editor 1'n.r ,-. " "... .p.,-,-, cpi-,rp draw-from it, namcly, that thc 30 pcr cent Alk. LiAlJii& 3l I'jiMjlI duty in this bill is a sufficicnt protcction o Tiin takiit im.i., ix committi:i: or Tiin hy 11...

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. — 4 October 1842

9 ii - -- Eor exrending antl-rendering more conv tolete therte'eon.logical .brva..ns c-uic tuc ied althcmilitarv posts ofthe U.i.ted Slales, Onderthe dirertion of ll.e Surgeon Ge.ier.il, ittrvc thousand dollars. No. 13- Fer lhe currc"' tIl'""ttJ ' ,!ic orilnau' e seivice, one hundred ihousand dul- "jNu. IS. For Ihe armammt of fort.ficatiuRs, inrludiugcompen-ation cif a fpecial agent 10 attentlat llie fbur.dries cmp'oyed in inaking rai.nnu, onc hundred aud filiy thou-and d..- 3 rc ":J0?dl . i . ' IClS Fo.W manufacu.e ol ar.ns at niar.ufacu.e ot arms al Ohre.'huTtied and sixtv , llie nali .nal armorie,three Iiunneu anu sixiy i.mi nn.l .lo'Iars- ol wbicli um ien lhouaad iuvuhiuu i c... Jo liir mav al "i "crel " 1 1 v f War, be appiied lot .r purchase ol arms. ' Js ,m inJSl ,ouor..ble, of nny known bere uI'I works of literaturc; uhilstin tbe fcouth N -. 19. For n-.v-.irs and iinprovement- i ; Vermont ; so il wili be soei. ihet tbe old f"1' e House of Kepnntatires ;l,"eriaa"Spr,nS Hrm"r-...

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. — 4 October 1842

upon tlic mattcr; and Uiould Mr.B. be thrown orerboard nt the conrcntion, his fnend tu,rnged and togusted at the traiwaetion, w.llnot yieldup. nnd fall 'nt the UPP0rt ofany otlier. Mr. Buehanan, in our es rimalion a morecandid, dfecreet, polit.cian inan citberMr. Fan BorenorMr. Calhoun. Hcwasnrank fcdcralist during the war, biit tbat does not now constitu'.e any objcc tion with ibe Loco par.y. Tbere also a nothcr n"' on the track. R. M. Johnson of KeatucUy will provi a troublesomc cus lomer. He is, thsrc can be no question, a trurr dcmocrat tuan eitlier v . uurcn, w hoim or Buehanan. By ibis, we mean tbal , :.cv,,,aili;,.are more with the people at amakaml that love ofcouutry predoinin- ates over blind devolion to party. " "' ...,,... :t,.tns lm U more a favorite than a- v otlier man named in the Loco party. frieiida, are bol.I i" their dctenmnat.ons ,o acccpt of no o.her.i.an, as a s..bt.tutc for , t,..i. T..t.....n Ilarins fought m thc wars of hiscountry, they think in pcace he j ...

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. — 4 October 1842

New Fail Goods. a. itmnv. is now reccmn n fine stock L of Fnncy and StapJe Vry Goods sclec ,7.1 with carc, and bought uvcomvwnfy low -Hh CVii, Hioc who wish lo ;3y Oisi Jor Gotds will find it for llirir intcrfst to call arul c.viiiiine Iiis slock. Scpt. 20, 1842. XOTICE. A mce.ing oi Iho " Middlebury .ilaniifactiiring Lo npnn, il . j . !...i.i.,r. nf ihn Vermont IJotel on llic lirsl 1 Tncsdav in Or.t. ncxt al 10 o cJuck A. KSNT WRIGHT Clurk. liu umiu" . , , nCI al IUOCN'CK-1. nv w. s. ooodnch Mi.ld'v. Sepl 12 1342. Crokc I iito TJ,f nnr.losnre of tho sn' s.-rilcr abnnt I ' tlio . ,).idillo tif Ju!y, a red 2 y.-ars old cosset lieif-; f 1ms on itsomc wnuc s rais. i iiu on- ' . ... 1 1. oi. itsomc white spots. i no ow- iii-r if requesteU to pa C:iar-;ra iiwi i.iki - yliri-ig". J- pi. i- Firo! Firci T!IK M'lni-pn "f Tli.r V rmon t Mnlin F.T - Iusnr.ini5-Coiap.v y"irc hcr by notifi- j 1 that Ihc r.l!ovin2 afst-S'mcnts liT'- bcen nsadi bv ili Direclnr on all nott-s i lorce on tho f.illowi...

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. — 11 October 1842

n tltfs iJapcr nrc jsuSIfsurtr tlir JJubltc rtrcrs, liwoluttons. Safos, Uulilt'c Ercattcs, iJnnUrupt Hoti'cM Etc. of tltc Wm'trtr Statcs, E3n 5tutftortt. JJ. L3 Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT. OCTOBER 11, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 23. cs.i,--.?, rnor-- 41 jsrcnnsnnD evuhv tuesdav jioiining at NORTH EXD OF TIIE BKItCE, III' J. COBD JR- by whom all ordcrs for printing, Books, 1'amphlets, Bills, Curds, &c, ofcvery dcs tnption will be neatlyand fashionab'.y cx ccutcd. at sbort notcc. TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. fillase9abrlberi, S5.0 ' ti'ifl'.l'a l! m P " I s. "whotakcatthe oEcf, SI.Vs, r jocenlFiri'atdln il mtmtlis. r.i'mtiic ontia;rrnun S'.T.'i r, whntak' or l'nridrr, ... S2.0U lt ...imuI Ih'nl orihr yrar S3.S5. I , ,i it incn.iim.c'd untilarrnarajrrrirepniit, pxccnt at t' w iivht nf llf pmprilrir. XniiayinenlRtuC'arrurs al- I . rl tr.itnriler'il liv llitf pioprli'li.r. . , ciKmn'luicati'iasniust bcadilresredlo lhe cdilor 1'ost LAWS OF TIIE UNITED STATES. Passed at the Second Ses...

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. — 11 October 1842

Frovidence tho csptain informed the o7r,pnny itmt he should not sup with them, lo wasso unfottunme as not lo havo any Mr. B. trkes from liis pockct am. .(Ters' him a handsoroe bill. "No. says ,1 r rnpiain. "1 am por.r, h" I n b, B--nr." "But," rrplied Mr. B. -I do not ,p to you ns a bpggnr, but an unfnrtuuaip i.'..her You miisl Irarn ihat I profe;s to V a Clirislnin. and am taught by my rehc nn 10 do good lo all im-n.'- The companv ti-nlauded, and prcssed the caplnm to ta.;e i::c nioncv. nesi-"j t , rt, withou'ieven ihmking the donor, though , his cnuntcnaiice bttrayed unt-asiness. The ; ron-.pnny Mipped logetlier, Bnu l,le c-'Plm" Ud eacli ndit'n, aficr hnviiig asked Mr. B. wVn he.tft town. He was iiirormcd on the morrow at f unrise. They tlicn partcd a it wns supposed foreter. The captain w n! hoinc with a hravy r.ca-i, wm.e ir. i. rnired :o rrel. satishcd ll'.ot He liad l.ouorcd h,s '"w,'oscf"";rl''r.,::!! s..rpnsco ine - ' hear f nmo one ra? at the door He : ope..ed . nndb-heM 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. — 11 October 1842

Rev. WiUiam E. Channing died at Bcn niDgton on the 2nd inst. His rcmains werc rem0yed toBoston forin.errncnt. In the deathofDr. Channing, the nation has Iost ascholarandDivinejandtheoppresscda firm friendand thc righfs of mari a firm champton. A Boston papcr proposcs lo elcclMr. A jm fnCongress ngain, Upoti no party grou: more f .Ma nnu' flmn pvnr hpfnrr Wn morc H jioss'""' t hope hc may bc elcctcd by an unanimous votc. If thc good people ot iuass. cxpuL. io sco -Mr. Adams in Congrcss a noncom mitalist thcy will find out Ihoir mislake.--One thing wc fccl comforlable about, and that is, he is committcd against slavery and Tylcnsm nlias Locofocoism, and thc way hewill dobatlle against both, w.ll bo a caution. Specie is vcry plenly in N. York. Glad 0f,t Wi.'h it was plcnly in Vermont, so ,I;cprir.tcr could gct cncngh to buy papcr ...1 ink io print his. papcr upon, and also iv for writing cditorials. The rascally whig banks," says the lo We aik who made tlicm ? Between ,Erofie30and 1837...

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. — 11 October 1842

New Fall Goods. "S BIRGE s n,r receiving a fine stock "-a of Fancyand Staph Vry Goods selec iT' u illi cnre, nnd bought u-ieommnny W jr7A tWi. tlioso who wish lo pay Cash for CimlsviW fipd it for their interest to call aml cxamine his stock. Sf.pt 20. 1S42. NOTICE. A mneting of ihe stockholders, of the Comu.inv: will luiuieuuiy .............. r. i l r ; holden nt (iie Vermont ilotel on the first Tuesdav in Oct. next at 10 o'clock A. M. KENT W1UGHT Clerk. bv w. s. Goodrich. Midd'y. Sept. 12 1342. Broke Jnto The enclos-iro of the siir-scrlber about tho imddle c.f July, a red 2ycars old coset heif. it. has on itsome white spois. TIio ow. nt r is requested to pay charges atid tnke he Martin Woou. awiiy. WrybrHge, Sept. 12 '42. Fire! Fire! Fire! rrjHE M-mI.ers of "Tiio V. rinoal Mutna 5 Fire InsuranniCompany"re hcrcby notifi- ed -thal the fnllowing assrssments have bocn mada I'V 1 lio Directora on all notes in I'orco on tl.e f..!lowtng liays, to Vril; Decetntier 16-h, 1841 J-2 of 1 per e...

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. — 18 October 1842

ItftMebttr Aii1 n tltfs Jlicr arc mIfsr.clr tlte J3uWfc Ortrcrs, jUrjsoIuttons, -&atos, JJuWc (Ercattw, JJanftrupt ottmj Ett. ot tfic iHm'trt. Statcs, 3Jn Sutliorftn. JJ, J3ELiJLij Editor and Proprietor. MIDDIjEBUKY YT. OCTOBER 18, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 24. jS pDBLISHED EVEKr TUESDAY 3IOEN1XG AT SOUTH EXD Or THE M1IDGE, BV J. COBB JR. by whom all orders for printing, Books, pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvery dcs cription will bc ncatly and fashionnbly cx ecutcd, at short notice. TEflMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. nm . s" ooi a crnmissioners, it all and cach of thc K'iuIvki'm". ' " " -" ' " -" s.'oo' above rcquisites shall bc madc clearly to WSrta' a"' ",75'! aPPr l heir saiisfaction, and the Sccre. cwnpuin oBiugernuirji si,75 ' tary of ar shall concur thcrcin, to pro- lpMSK.,Si,8s.. " 5"'U to certam tho quantity of Iand to parjjHwitinueauntiUrrMrajciar.ptid.eiccptat Which said Indian, by virtuo of tho four- ; . . i '.. nr.iprcil bir the Dionriclor. illcotiraJulctioosmastbeiI4rMic...

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. — 18 October 1842

V tack- i!cn ho bccome.s full of ersticulalion, l.-s bodv sii n"J frn: SBlf P'"I1,na,ld eccms iosi; !"' '3 b(m fo"'1 .3ri,i!eift tiil il somlimes aimest loi!c-- .ho de-k, liis voice frequontly ahak es; fcn- he puryups his subj.-ct thrnuilli all jwbca-itcs; nnihim; daunts him; tlio House lii-.y nr.g'with ihccry of order ordei! un-nwi-i j conioinptuous he ytaiids nmid lhe lempest, aml hkean onk that kn iws its cna.Ie.l anrt knntic.l Mrensth, stretchet liis arms forth mid drtfi-M thp blt. An old Pastor once s:ated ihat in the svhol course of fifiv years' preaching lie nnver laughed but three liims in the pnlpil r!,irin. tha exerciscs oflhe Sahbath. One of the-c thrce liines was onthe following oc cofion. The pcws of the chureh wcro those old fu-hiiiued -quaru ones, so th.it pcople in dif- fi-pftit rews oflen set back lo back, mercly srpirntpd bya low railing o- division. Now, il fi'll outone sauuath thal lno nlu di-arons in iwo cuiilij;uous pews, had f.illtiii inlo pro. found meJitatio...

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. — 18 October 1842

SS tfl.2raW gained ooe.andin IKiikes iwo. The Go vcrnor'. ipcech has been received but too late for insertion ihis week. It is nn excellent documert. Eevenl distingmIred whigs have rcplied w portions of Mr. Websier's speccl., and reprimandcd ihem severcly. Berricn iti New York, and Mr. Clayton in Philadel jiliia. IVe would ask thc IVew England Farmer hY it contit'.ues its statcmcnts about thc dui'y on wool ns if the new Tariffhad noi gone into rffVct long ago- ELECTIONS. Manland EU-ction. The final result is 0 loco" rnajority in jint ballot, wliich en surcs a loco Uniied Slatfs senator. The Baltimore Patriot says liowever, llia' lliN patlial loss, is but a prolude to a fumre Iri nmn'i. and tbat tlie whigs of thc union need be undcr no apprehensiorj for the vote of Maryland lr.tho Prcsidential contestnt laii. The personal contenlions wliich have now lost llie stalp 'H ih "I' l""'i'-'d. Tho Iiosion Aila nroclaims with the ut- most confidence to tlie whigs of other states llml,-llcy mr...

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. — 18 October 1842

New Fail, Goocls. J t superior arlicle. for sale (fa BIRGE is now receiving a fine stocl w at A. & W S. JOIINSONS'. orFaHcyand StapIe DvGood Thousand shinglcs ted w ith carc, nnd bought comnonly lov fc A & w g j frt'A Caa-ft, tliosc who wish to jwjf CaaA Jo Goodsmll findit for their interest to cali BBLS. WESTERN and cxaminc his istock. jg F!N1J gALT, Coarso do. Sept. 20, 184.. Turks ,3andi anJ Liviroool Butter do. for DRUGS &JIEDICINSS. by JIIiV WOOD- - HEW STORE ! ,r 1 . T . Vergennes and Troy Line. 'TMIE subscnbcr of fers fur sale, in Browsler's building, firt doorsoalli ofthc PostOffice, an enlire new assortment ol Drugs, Mcdicines !J Paints and DYE-STUFFS; All fresh from market, and warranled pjmre which will be put up at all times by a com ctcn and expericncd person, Family Groceries, and a sr.iall assortmen of pure Liquors tohly for uedical riR. roixt, fot iale at llio prescat reduccd prices. for cash. FEiircuzET, anda greal variely ofPaient Med cinei willbj kept ...

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. — 25 October 1842

Sn thfs Uajirr arc jiu&lfflhrt tltc public rtcrsi ilrsoluttons. 2atou, DuWtc Ercattcs, JJanKrtipt Slotfccs Etc. of tlie Knttrt Stalcs, 33b Sutliortta. H. BELL, Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT. OCTOBER 25, 1842. VOL. VII NO, 25. jl rUBLISIIED EVEKV TUESDAY JlOBNJG AT SOUTH END OF T1IE BRIDCT, BY J. CODB JR by whom all orders for prinling, Books, Pamphlcts, Bills, Cards, d-c, ofevery dcs cription will bo neatlyand fiishionab'.y cx scuted, at short noticc. TEBMSOFTHE'slviwTH VOLUME. fuitf !!.'' ; ; ; S;3o ."Ji'j'u'lfaiiJCoinpanlei whoiakeauhe offl, Sl,74, or l,5(liit'f pWIn rll uiuntlii. rompiniea on 1S"iiuim. I,7S Tlmwhil"r rnirldr, . . . 5'i.OU lrnntpi.datlhetndnrUir.yriirS2.SS. h'nnt.ier' l..cit.tiniiriliinlilanr'arnr;rr'nrep:ild,i!xerrt at llieii .ii.in.if th" nn.priel'jr. N. fiAyineiit.tuCarrlrrf il l'r.y.I"tr'Inleri'il t Ihr pioprfilnr. AUcHumaicall'inaoiutt beadilrt-sfttdto llie editorl'o.T LWVS OF TI1E UNITED STATES. l'assed al lhe Sccond Session qf 27A Consress. oFFIC...

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. — 25 October 1842

In uhidi 1.3 rccun'sof iLoMaie, with many of iw fficers, bave lutherto been kept.aid 1 fcel bnund lo call yoar par ticulor auer.tKii. to ibe subject. Ihere is nn iirp-nt at.d pressmg ntces-ily Iicre. fcr b ihoiough rtfonn. I have been sur prsed io fipd lhat, frcitii tlie manner ol kceping tbese acconnis, opporiu. iiies have sj long vt-ted for fraudulent piac lici s. A revision of tlie laws on ihis sub V ci is imperatively required and a sy-tem sl.ould be cdonted hich will secure a ri'orocs and esact accountabi.ity of c ery puLIic rfficr r. Gient iniprovemen-s!have jecently been made inthe systems of otb r flaies, iiid it may be well to avajl our stlvcs of tlie benefit of tlieir experience. I fearwe sliali gain .'ittle, however, by nry aliem;tsatcliangc, unlcss ttiey are made wilh a determinalion to effect a tho' cu"li ar.d well matured reform, and to extend it !o every tfficcr, imtnediateiy or r; in' t lycf iinec'en w itli the Ira ury. I am relieied frcm thc neressity ol enter- injr...

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. — 25 October 1842

frvu llO.Cnarles Reed 94, Oel Billings ' A message was receivcd fram the Gov. ,-n.n" Iho Houss that ho wrmld lako the f cffice 3 o'clock, P- M. thisday.and ,iiiiiicnte his ahnual tnessago. ' . . i J 2 o'clock, P. S E X A T E M. j?,nlutions-By Mr. Spraguo instructing nn thr -Tudtpinrtf 1n innmrf. ,nto the cspedicncy of so amending the law lao commi"" J 1 relating lojau iiiuus, us iu mtiuuc mu vuuu- D3:)Sed ; ov iir. oneiuon, reiaung 10 a eolosical survcy of the stato on tnotion ! of .Ur. Spraguo was laid on Ihe table ; by . .Vr. Camp. providing for joint rules ofboth j bouscs; passeu. A coiumiinication was receivcu irom we Govcrnor. announcing the appoinimem ui Henry Ilalc, Secretary ofcivil and inimarv affairs. The Govcrnor commumcatca ms nnnuai , .Vessage. i Arenoitfrom llio Audilor ofaccounls, , sccotnpnnyin?iheG..vernor,s Mcssage,was, vn mot.on ol .Mr. ilriggs, iaiu on uie tauie. Satubday, Oct. 15, 1842. SENATE . Res.lulbns-By .Mr. Blodgelt. raising tbe innuiry whclher any member...

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. — 25 October 1842

TConchdedfromlstpage.' nnd ll.o ecretary of Ihc 1 rcasuiy shn ccthelv dctennto for that purp.i.c .sha rc i.ectivelv advcrtiie, cncc a wrc.c. fir .xl cat four wcens.i.. v - cirnl l.pcrs printcd in thc placra wre such "nrliclcs are to be furnishcd, or -such pnnling done, for senled prnprosnls far furnishiiig such nrticles, or the whole of any particu lar clasu uf nrticles, or for doingsuch prin-tin- or the whole ol any pccifijd jnb therc offtohe dnnc at such pbcc, .peeifyinn : in 8ch ndvcrtisemcnt the aniou.it, qut.nt.ty. anddwcriplion ofcnch kin.l f , - r...;.ho . nml. ns ncsr as may be, Ihc nnturc, amouni. nnd kind or printing to be j A -,11 such nronosals shallbe kept sealed uniilthcday spsciScd in suchadver- tisrmenl for i pemng the same. wnen incy .i.-i! i n nnr-nrd. bv or under the dirrction rt,.. rffiwr niakint such advcrlisement. : ih nr.-spnre of at Iea two persons; and the nerson ofiering to furnish any class of such arlicles, or to perfnrm any spccihed portion or jnliot sai...

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. — 1 November 1842

ItUrMebnt Xn tfifs 3aprr nrc jmWtsIielr the $ufclfc rtrcrs, ttrjrolutfons. SLafcw, 13uuUc Srrattra, ttanftruyt otfcrs Etc. oE tTic SlnftcV States, 532 SCtitnorftn. H. BELLij Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT. NOVEMBEll 1, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 26. M fOatlSHED EVERY TCESDAT HOBNING AT 30RTII ESD OK TIIE BRID6E, BY J. C O B B JR. W whom all orders for printing, Books, pimphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvcry dcs .ription will be ncatlyand fashionably cx ccuted, at short nolicc. TEHMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. ru.litil'i1 82,00 lliil iuliscribM 5.00 ijiiFiJualsanilCompinies whotake aithe offlee, Sl,74, qt i,50cnlairpaldln sfx montlis. Compinies on ita.eroutcn, .... Sl.75 Thn whotake of rostriders, . . . $2,00 trnotpiid at the end ofthe year $2,25. Sopapers Jiieontinucd untllarrearagesarepaid, except at tnenptlonoftaeproprietor. No paiymentsloUamers al. lowed except ordereu by tlie pioprietor. All coram'jnicalionsromi be addresped to tlie cditorl'osT Paid. iAWS OF TIIE UNITED STATES. Pati...

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I 1 r.ki I" cns would fain waru him of commg misfor time. A womannppcarcd slowlj approach in, and shc came towards Ihe dcchvity whcre Lorenzo sat with hishend rcsnngon liis arm, lost in a painful lmt vaguc revcrie. II was Hcithn. 'My molher! and alonc! hcmnrmured. Whcre is Agnthn? A ;at!ia is engnged clsewhcre," she rcplied Tiilha tremblingvoice. 'ENewherc? Hon? With whom ?' and hc roseinastonishnicnt. 1'oor Hcrtha fe!l upon his ncck and wept. !!e calm, mv son ; it is Ihc will of God tliat theic nuptia'ls Ehould n..t lake place. - Ilcnvens! Agatha is dend perlinps ! 'Dend vcf dcad lo Ihce.' At lliat momcn!, the Cah of a car.non nppcr.rcd in the dircciion c.f ihc village ; a bright rcflection glowcd along tlic imsty atmosphcro ; liic liglit ofa bonliro rcvcaled the little squarc opposite tho church, crow icd .vith people, whosc ncclamations re-.-otmded throuzh tlio vallny. 'I' is a nar rmgo fcslival !' cxclaimtd Lorenzo, with ii sulfucating voice ; 'and Agalha'-'will mar rv lo.morrew...

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himself, ond tnoro coinplaisant to his cci;.ibors. So fnr tho ihe Evening Bullc appcars well, and if ihe promises of its Jiacy are fulfillcd by hsadvancing nge it 4,I commai.d a Iargo share of public pat rotage among tlioc who are not cntirely jbsorbed in ibo poUlics of ihe day. OI1IO. Notwithslanding Ohio has now gone a- ? i .t i i gainst tlie wmgi, is ciear mere nas ueen no 'ncreise ofthe Iocofoco vote. Shannon will have 3000 majority, but has pot recei- rcd io Urce a vote as in 1840. wlron he wns ctfeoled by 16 thousand. Tho whig vote .j 20 thousand less. Tho whigs did not tcrn out geuerally, and four or five thousand lotcd the abolition ticket. Afier all Shannon n.tnn.ti.. r!. Qvnl stirrincr IS i.it.iviiijr uutciliui! fci..w. - c : ( , Pnerallv CU"t VtUIU ilCIU w - . . . . . , i- . ., .on i thto'tlieSlaie.Bcsidcsthe v.higitrusted too , , ..... , mnnn n m...!... anJ fnn little tO Or?aniZl- . t . . ,,,.- fmm vi.r tion to bnnc out every voter irom every ichool district. Their cor.t...

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PREPARE FOR WINTER. rinllE subscriber has opened n Store for B sale of Stovks, JStove Pira. Wake IIollow Ware, Caulurons &c. in ll.e t. -i.i:.. C.,,,.r!vnr-t-niird bv J. S. Sevmour as ., 11,1 Slore. next door lo A. & W. S Johnson's . i II is a trulh not to bcdenicJ, ihat Stovcs can bc sold at a lowcr rate than thev have lieen. Tlie snbseriber thiiiks no I. .-et (.nn.t in flin tiriIPtll stjtO rood rcasojl i-au ub ""in"tu ' l " -. of moiiey afniis.foi lhe maintainance of old yn ci s iinoti sloves &c. Produce is low, and llie rjrincrsask that othcr things should bc propor- ioiiaI.ly low. Justico rcquircs thaV tbcy should a,uroximate lowanls llio liiiics. 1 ho subscriber will sell Stovcs chcaper than ever beforc offer ed in this market! His ware is or ilic Conant Jcasling, smoulb and hcavy. ilc 1ns on hand No. 1 Ynnkce Notion lmpr.ived. u 2 " " " it t c 5 " Uotary Stove from S to 15. Box Stnvesol all s;zcs finishcd pnttein. Arch I'arlor Stoves, all sizes and beautifu pattcm....

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