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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 October 1838

VERMONT - i ... VOL. V. u. BRATTIiEBORO, Vt. OCTOBER 26, 1838. NO. 8. VERMONT JPIIOEmX Fimi.isiO-D KruR Friday MdnNiNo, 'by was given in dreadful pcols of thunder downl iiuiu mo neavens, THE VOW A NORTHERN TALlE. " l know." saiflhf. iVJi5n.,n..!l tl.t.nrW liaon.,.! .7 " 1 ... " t ' T ' .i uur Z. ;;Ti. " : 0, , "'""?."' your mun- profess ? 1 " ' jwmi uuTuiuu ui;iit!vi'r nr mi. 1 nnrrnrmnn'xnnri,:. . 11 Answer. , ... ...u,.ww wl ,,,0 ,U1V( . rt Sih.il.t.. !..,.. . it .t From the GertoUn of Frederick Uciron dela truth liursl upon her: nnd. with soft i touqne. she said, "All I hast thou made a vow 1-1 In Hie ancient heathen lime of the Sax. Ah I husband. 1 sco no victim I hnll h... ons, there happened once n great War with mn" blood I " the Panes. Atlalhero, Duko 6f Saxony, Adnlherb covered his eyes with his hands, who had counselled it. now. in the hniir nf md sobbed so terrihlv ihnt ft pnUr.01. fli tcnrneM ronfliet, stood at the head of his peo- m0 ,m" hMl1 ,he little one, terrified, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 October 1838

LEGISLATURE OF VERMONT. From Walton' Dally Journal. SENATE. Monday, Oct. 15, 1338. McmoriaL-By Mr Tenney, of the Orange County Temperance Society: referred to coin, on Temperance Memorials. Resoluliont. By Mr Lawrence, mstruc ting tho committee on military aimirs to as certain and report, by bill or otherwise, the expenses o( the last year and tho probable expenses ofthe present, under the present military system passed. By Mr Rnnnoy for the encouragement of agriculture, refer red to tho committee on agriculture. Bill. By Mr Pierpoint. relntmg to the Rutland Rail Rond Bank, referred to the committee on Banks. ai, nu,nnl rnlli.il iid the resolution as signing Monday, Tor tho elcctio of n Senn tor in tho Congress of the United Slates, and iho resolution was nmenoea py eniamir Monday and inserting Wednesday, and so amended passed. Adj. HOUSE. Petitions referred Of bank of Caledonia, for a rechnrter, to com. on banks, of inhab itants ofSt. Albans, Westford, nnd sundry other memorials, t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 October 1838

PTdislrii-ts, Charles J. Inrjcrsoll, a j I Lwaa the Loco Foco condidnto for L ess, appeared In tho room, ormcd with I njpers M1U liuico, I" iuicsi uyiiiutii r us ofiho district of tho Northern I .. Am far ns wo could learn, the ob- I ivcrc founded on tho following cir r,nffs: Tho inspectors (or ofliccrs) of 1 ih and seventh wurus had LUST their l'J-t nnd some objection was made I e trivia' act during the election; nud ITxt in their own wards, Mr. Ingorsoll .. imniirlencu to demand tho reieciion L whole seven wards of tho Northern IftieS, bfcauso 01 uiu cirors or iruuus; nitrous ns was the proposition, there I .found amon?; the return judges a ma ftongri'c to it absolutely to throw out (bolvoie of the Northern Liberties, ,use of errors or frauds in otic or lico js lhat were under the direction of the ,Fncos themselves, as if they would not foy their own wards, if by doing so they JVl3ie anu ucouvy mu iwiuiu vuiu ui district containing n inrgo majority Inst llietr own puny, i-u railin...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 October 1838

I be For the rhconlx. To Miss E. M. P. Tjib Silver Tomsd Guitar. 1 love nt twilight's Blllly hour, When earthly enrea nro borne nfnr, Alone to seek' some sliady bower, And touhced tho silver toned Guitar. How sweetly ot this quiet time When Memory greets love's gentle star, The music of the heart, doth chimo With tho soft, silver toned Ouitnr. Then each bright scene of by-gone dnys Like long lost visions, brought from fnr, Revives anew. While memory's lays Blend with tho silver toned Guitar. Then, nil we'vo known, or loved so well The friend by fnle or chance afar Are gathered near. While love's deep spell Doth wake the silver toned Guitar. And then, one pure-rone fervent prayer For all beloved both near and fur Swells tho sweet strains which fill tho air From the soft, silver, toned Guitar. Ah I. yes love this stilly hour " U steals mcso" from earth afar, And Hweetly doth it mogic power Dlcnd with the silver toned Guitar. The following lines were written on rending the account of n...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 November 1838

VERMONT? PHIEIVIX. vol. y. BRATTLEBORO, Vt, NOVEMBER 2, 1838. NO. 9. vk hmont phoemix. l'UIlI.ISlIKl) KVHRT VltlDAY MORNING, BY WM, J2. RYTIIEK. From ilia Ilronino Counly Courier T-H,K VESTllHOQUIST. JOSKPII BOU0HTON ESQ. My friend and chum, Tim Jocelyn, pos sessed to ii n astonishing degree the singular power of ventriloquism. We lind entered college together l wits'. his room male nnd many were the times that my friend, while wu woro jitting together of nn eve ning, after nil had retired to rest, hnd given mo proofs of this aMonishing ficnlty, by till ing the panel with the scre.ims of turkies, the sqiieuling of pig, nnd with different im itations of the hnmnn voice, which lie would convey away to some remote distance, nnd theii gradually bring it nearer, until it reach ed the pluco where we wore sitting. It was not known to any of the students except, my seif, that Tim possessed this power, and he exercised it only on n few occasions while , nt college, nnd in one instance made 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. — 2 November 1838

LEGISLATURE VERMONT. From WhIioo'i Dally Journal. SENATE. Monday, Oct, 22, 1838. litlls. Incorporating Windham co. mu tual firo insurance company, referred to mem bers of that county. Reports of committees. To pay tho con stable, of Vernon a certain sum laid on the tabic. Mr Briggs called up the Brandon rail roud bank bill. The Sennta being in com inuiee 01 the whole, Air uutibell mnveu an amendment, making private property of stork holders liable to the amount of stock paid in discussed by Messrs. Kiltredge, Briggs, and Uubbell and adopted, 13 to 12. Air 1'ierpoint moved nn amendment restric ting loans to direciois ton sum not exceed ing 83000 supported by Messrs Uubbell, Kittredge and Pierpoinl, opposed by Mr Hebard, and ndopted, 21 to 3. Mr Kit- tredge moved to cruse 83000 & insert 85- 000 lost. On a motion subjecting the char ter to the control of future legislatures Mr Uubbell sustained the motion, contending mat tne legislature was the only tribunal proper to possess a sup...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 November 1838

the anxiety manifested on this subject. only sufficient however to say, that Gen. Jones Wisconsin. Tlio Democrat continues to iny votes ns they, before the election, expect claim Judge Doty.thc delegate elect from Wis- ed to do, Upon the strength of which expeC consin, as n Loco Foco. It is amusing to seo tution a reasonable estimate gave htm it mil- ject. It is Jor,,y 01 IViUUU 1 lie ymvu iiesiiunn then nnse Whence vnme me majorities re I. I I.' , 0 .. .,.1 ...... I... the opponent of Do b devoted Loco Focc , - eU sustained "hin,: partisan, and was the second of the " martyr .-... . npnnL..nnJ so iarifv incrt.as. Cilly." If Doty is a Loco Foco, it has been a u() (( jg vo(0 ? r ' ' victory of a Loco over a Loco. Butheisnot. u wil be discovered that in tho districts He is eaid to bo decidedly hostile to the favonte jn w,ic, tle friend8 of Joseph Ritner hud I ItlW VlillUI " . n 1. 1. - . ritonal delegates nave no vote in congress, so 1 crease ol votes lor mm, orisinir wont stun 1 l ii...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 November 1838

MORE FACTS- CONCERNING THE , PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION. 'From the Philadelphia U. S. Gazelle. Jligh-handcil Villany. Wo heard a re port vesterdny, tluit n man who hntl been committed to the Moynmensing prison, made confessions to the proper ofheer, perhaps tli Attorney General, ttint ho wus one ot u ere who hod joined together for tho piiiposo o malting fraudulent reports of tho Ivensing ton election Unit lie was to have been one of the judges, nnd they were to return nbou 1400 majority Tor iJorter men, nml tliat i fact thd returns were already made out nn ready to bo sworn to. Here is n pretty dis closure here is a sample ol the mode in which the Van Buren men malic out to car ry then tichet against the expectation of ev ery honest man. We (rust that if the mat ter has been correctly represented, nn indict mcnt will be made against the ollendcrs. Sin.co writing tho above, we learn thatth whole matter was brought before the Gr.in Jury yesterday afternoon. We therefore foibear mentioning...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 November 1838

m m m o m t p h vc: v. B R A T T 3L, EBO 11 0, Vt. NO VMB jfeiV f 8 3 8-.. N0 10. six ii.irrix. v ary Kuwait MiTrima. of the shortest rim) dreajieHdays in 1 JimiJ'y warum; M a cnte. mew had f illeo Kma uayn ptenouiiy, arm glared up in ll' roof ofthe houses in die picturesque nnd nrvgiibrolil town Wf UeKord Refit, i i .,. l . i.ijj.. .? ami J i"tiru wiwi rx-r, n rrm uvuorn HWJ H fort oi wintry dwrt ape the highway ; smw, loo. H wiuly hanging in th rrey and rltfonir lty, waiting twit for wilier weatb rfMhe hour wbeft the fc eti-eM iboul( "! upon th M-k nnh-vatt to ttmc don ii m a world 6f wMfe fenthery tflkei mml KKt th 6rtN vvttW its bright V-tri, nniiiirut ovutrty. 1 fee streets, although not VI Ms bird, were a l mart dowerfc-aw cur Hspl' n"J iigc rt-rwxci'14, indeed the Ktll wairt I ittli? Govs nnd sir Is. trinninir tpiJlr homo from school, wHh chwkajtof- Ihe njtHifijP merrier tr'fHm curt trciiii), wne came irisKtng rchi atu in; fnmi the pond at the top of tbe h nen tid opposite th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 November 1838

UK ii - 1 from these considerations, tic Jmd InsUpera bio objections to the amendments them solves. Thoy in fact afforded no security to the bill-holders t so for from ii.thoy would tend to throw the coritrol of thobnnk into' tho hands of speculators who owned their untold acres ol wild lands, and tno oniy w airily tho bill holders would ultimately find, wouldHbo mountain trnclstif valueless' soil. On this point tllu people had tho experience ol Michigan with Her banks, lounucu on re al estate and vet their bills worth but 25 and 60 cchls on tho dollur, Before Air- Rl llad concluded, tho Senato camp in nnd pro' .'ceded :to tho clectioh'bf'Sergennt at arms. . SENATE. Tuesday. Oct. 36, Reports. ho committee on education, to whom vvas -forrcd sundry memorials on the subject of "itcaliom made a written report winch was ad with accompanying resolutions, reqtiir- )ng tho Secretary of Stale to procure infor II1U1IOU llirOUgllUUl II1U SIUIU .Ull win auujiil Ol education, anu make jjjwrtju i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 November 1838

-1 y -L NAD A. "'h,? ai.'s Offick. ) . i)723d Oct. 1838, ,5 tP.n a t . fin nun Lieutenant Governor formation that an ex- iias been formed, b'v mi- , . fi-i and rapacious inhabi y Uoring frlendly States, with f,)on this Proyincethedom- conspirators, and to visit , j.uuuiaui una & luvilliu .vyiwi t'it.t A W.--J J' r - - -nuer uuu ucvtoiaiiuii. Ifcjwr Cw(Ja.i-if stand of arms with 500 tqUrtda of ball cartridge',, wereyeatirday given out to the ,diffntnt householders ii town, and a farfhVr Wupply isshortly1 ,uxpcc ted6r distribuiiori"fhe anrfa are to W tie- pond in some secure pl?, tb used, in ciree of emergency. ' We ilndaratandHatorfaralwve been is- .1 I t CI ,T "I- -1 II ..,. ' , aucu oy oir joun uoioofiw, in a measure changing heNulatiofls made by Sir vjiurKf, ior ihb eniwmwH wen : tne term is to be o instead or 12 months. We W IftVlhAl tie.' flua itniii'iuntw !l!! - w , - .4 I" nisi iu lynanuivs Ul 11111111(1, ,ii uovornor. in anuc pauon moUntinsr to.500 mew. aV in,. fnAWith ru...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 November 1838

jtf. 4 Ik- oil. r h Iowa TcKHtxaiur. :Wmicv tenilory pro- mtI froiVail tocoTtatsV to Income oh of the Ui fnutirtinistnip f: the Union. It is it bia! norifi orMtamuri. and is bounded on the ,etk by lite MiirtMppI River awl ,ncMW.liUt wk nurchasc."- Itcontalncd lnt year about . '. . . . a t.!.-L. t... ...til: 98.000 nhnn tanta and ia irwi uniug ." Valuable cmlernnta from the. oast anil Canada, and it will ift Jtoubthave a sufficient Jiopulntiop by.lSSO.fo.beepme a staUv Congress appro priated 2G,6O0 for its public buildings and alike sum to pay its legislative, ciyu ami jiiuiuiui ui ficcrs. It sends one dcldgntc to CqngiW, who is paid by the nation. Thoscat of government it is expected will bo located at Davenport flourishing now town on tho Misslssippli oppo alto'tiie moutli of Rock River. The Territory already numbers several Green Mountain,Boys among its settlers, ami wo doubt ihoy Will be fouiid amone its moat valuablo inlialiitants. ,'ln the northern part of this district aro ext...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 November 1838

'ronUitl'cD kvkI'iV vkiiJaV mortis, A" WM IE.' 1CVTHBK. vEX)Di2f sxtrrmits. n' mart? tftrasr.u. ydrvmb: .1 The lamps In tl!lSMi'nj;,fCf': Srlkfng effect of liglit rind shadotfthofHtit jfic oulliiKvHicIjclrafnctrtiiJ'''hr tfiA'ff Brr, and which had U6'n" J'ftly,, jferha'pa; tli cause, partly the' result oftho' confidence niatid ill lief by Mr Gunner. His father bad, to suit his purpose, forced, himself to odvcitto he,r situiiliiin and her origin in, his conversation "witfi kw son ; but Edward fell prouder, that there- ?. po twe of the chrjk ly school or,pf1i.igWl itnbu love lr woman whiirttim,wn'fi k win?; pic and unnmvteJjgBiy-in a tfrjjfljTer rank it would hnvfrwetnud n palace. His distress was immediately visible to' her, arid her anxious inquiries served to introduce tiMV OlirillllKi )u snun-es, mill' B IIIUSl its story. , , ' We must part, Edward' as to that thefe tan be neither ilouU'nbr tjtiection? Said she; in a low stendyofefc ' whihw the' iehrs trefa' i l .L,. Pji ... T.i 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. — 16 November 1838

r 4 LE6ISLATimfif VERMONT, Almm from Wallsa's thrtljr Journal. HOUSE. Friclav eveninir. Wov. 2. Tb liouBe resumed consideration of Ik Braille boro botik bill, when Mr Field of W offer, cd the same amendment as that rnd by Mr Noyea 16 the Hutliind bank bill, and mov cd thul the bill lie oh tho table until lo-mor row morninsr carried. GO to 5U. Engrossed Bills. To'settlc bdiiridarv'lihe between Westminster and Athens relating to the wearing apparel of deceased persons relative to personages to build, &c. in ad- r union to act constituting nrouoio' courts to ? repeal ad section of act of Nov. a, 1833, teln jive to exhibitions o( wild animals several Iv, passed. &3J3NATE. Saturday, Nov. 3. Bill-? KBlating to wearing apparel of dcceast'd'pcri sorjkj, ordered to a 3d reading ; repealing an ack'relating to the poor, read twice and to- forTed; in addition to un act for support of ttisjlgospel, tend twico and referred-; lor set' tlwncnt of boundary line between Westmin ster and Athen...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 November 1838

' "W 1 s iriiE MOKMOJf?! AlTAIilKG I .Cirfrl'P""'cnca te . Hxnreti (flCKoWnK ftIissouKiAN1(f'yee,jtf'o.)5 xi, toao. .I.ATEU AND MOMS li Ktrrtxra FUL I,, simultaneous lolling ofbells ardbsed t.o our nuiow, iasi iiiKHi, 10 near. - 'ii - i j i earsal 01 llu rnusi uiorous ntrocuiee. following icitere wmcn were read be- i,, Court Houso, embody the principal .1.. mi'L'i nc which sneeuuv assomh mi 5 succinctly, nenieps, as any lan which vc could substitute un,d wo i,. submit mem wiinuui mnner com- ,ithan that the authors are gentlemen of jr3l respectability. The meeting "last j It adjournal 10 men again at 0 jhie ruing, for thu purpose of organizing", and rcbing th's evening or to Inorow. Snowdkn's, Oct. 25, 1838. oscs, Sir News has just reached urn that the Mormons have attacked Lit lo pieces Capt, pogardVippaByof men, caccih o ui -i, ivriu URV,SMfMKI, fy say Ibe Mormon far;imfiT2'400 traondis threatened. tijpfjiilf you ipurc, I wish you to dei$fivo or three ,paiiies ol irodpsand repair t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 November 1838

I' foAharirta rort MONfctf. Wtara'cryM mrtjr" u hl loh A prmlent father wilil, Tnke.tW lhy luving holfmftlf, ' Rich wiilqtv, or rlti mum Far any l(o in.ij" turn -mil III Ai I walked by nivwlf, 1 tidkcd n)iclf ' t,M)Ki.'ll'itiilil,iin(ttme, ; Mlowrirn of tlij etl', iUo caro of tli)Klf, "for iiubuilcurci'for llico. So bright tlio tour In liciititj' ojr, I,ue Imlf regreti to Mm Itdryi So iwoctillni JdttMiqf biudifulncw, EfeiTtilty icarwcaii g4 It few! Myron. 8 100,01)0' for' 'A Capk 1 A curious spec. .'Mien of native ingenuity, ana oUlte extrnya (A ii.T. ! I... '!., 1 1,.. Alio J gullets Ul UeOJIUilSIII, IU U. aiWII .. HIV sionary Booms, it is n capo wprn uy me Sandwich la nnd Chief, which, according to nn'cstimnle. of Kev, Mr. Hielnirds, iniist have cost 8100,000. It is lukdo ef fiiall feathers, of very bright nnd beautiful colore, Only two of Which grow under life wing of a nanienlnrbird. These are skillfully wro't upon a coarsu network, so as to form stripes several different colors...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 November 1838

Vr m R-M ot p it e sri x. ; - VOL.. V. BRATTLEBORO, Yt. NO VE MB Eli 23 , 183'8. NO. 12. rUIlMSHKI) KVKItY FRIDAY MOUNtNO, BY VM. K. 11VTIIER. LEGISLATURE OF 'VERMONT. From WxlumV Dully JwiSSyiJUto sWATE. Monday, -NoVSCjlttto relative to Vt. nsylum for the insnnc, passed; relating to the militin, reported' I'commit tec, when Mr llebnrd tnovfcd sundry ninend' incuts, among others, to repenl'the provision of thy not of Inst session 'nljknying $ I per day for attending upon regimental drills supported by Mf. Hebafdt 'nndjfppposed by Messrs. llubhol nnd Tcnntry'and on mo-, lion of Mr Pierpoint the bill wns'laid on the table. It nppeated by restatement from Mr, Steele, chairman of Iho com-onifihnncet that the yearly expenses of tho militia," under tho new organization, would amount -to about 815,000; and thnt in consequence it would be necessary to increase tho lax lor the sup port of government ono cent on the 'dollar, making a tax of four cents on the dollar in stead of three Mr. Pierp...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 November 1838

JTvT CJKffjVCJBJKI. IN Hits cause tho bill of complaint, which is Isaac Johnson, Joseph Elmer and Zcbina Noweonib. mmlo returnable to the term to be holJcn at New- fane, In and Tor the coun ty of Windham, on the third Tuesday next after the fourth Tuesday - of January next, charge in substance, That Joseph Elmer or Westminster, in the County of Worcester and State ol Massachusetts, on the 23d day of Mutch, A. D. 1833. being justly indebted (into Isaac Johnson of Mexico, in the County of Oswego and State ol New York, in the sum .of two hundred dollars, as. specified in a promissory note of that date, payable within one year from tho dato thereot with interest annually, in order to secure tho payment thereof according to tho tenor of said note, by his deed Of bargain and sole of thul date, con veyed to the Orator, a certain tract of land nituntc in Vernon in said County, bounded North by the Stebblns' road so called, West by the Old town line, South by land of Benj. I'eeler.ond Enslbv...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 November 1838

A BASU VILLAIN, man .by tlonnmo 01 J0,,n v. Hear ting himself a Canndian Patriot and '..:.n rnrnu to Frankfort. t1irlrim..r , y t soinclimo in February last, tiisd 1 nrllllil'nn n rifTll!nf lttlliAtnn flienccu jiiMv.i-- e' i1" s allium i . Autn ni-i-mint hit u-ns n nnfutifnijZJ illicit ''.id nn u-,(tunslV0 nde, and had me very wentiny , uui, aias i in an evil tnO" -iiiiiiiuua wuiiusutueu ins .rtv ami cast him into prison, from U hi! mad" liis escapo nnd fled to this t .1 .....I . I . ' .11 lUlll 01 l"e Ul'J" VIIIIUUI OCIIIg 0010 buin so mucii ns 1113 uipiomn. This flory was believed by some, who nssis bii their influence and otherwise, to ' t ..! a r. i i , luni into uusiness. inter ue nan guinea toufidVnco of many of the citizens, a iunr.t Aiuni) nftlt.. ri e .:it.. Uff V41U' wu"v ui mu IIICI lilllllllCS le ulatf' "9 P.foppseu bringing into tho tea jonii? wllp. Ho said,, vMt a iiiifll ins, given to mm oy tier mthcron iiiiili bud. to bring up: and he.ofeoursc, t I !. I i twm ' nif4i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 November 1838

Surgeon JDctitint, New Fall Goods. THE subscriber embraces tlic first leisure moment lo redeem his pledge of Riving fflHIB iciSiS?n&(a,uffil GOODS, ! 1 1 . . ... 11 .ll..t. ...... n.,.1 .:ttlltl riends and pntrntw in Brnttlehoro and vicinity, lor their past favors, nnd hopes by a nuMiful nt .tcntiop ti) his professional busings, to merit a -continuance or their patronage. I Jo is now prepared lo Ret Mineral or , iNconnurTiin.R TEETH on Gold Plates from ONE to full . Sets in the latest improved manner that is prac tised by the best Dentists in tho country. IJeintr now able to manufacture Ills Mineral . tcclh, he believes, he shall liable to give the fullest satisfaction to those who may choose to .employ him. Setting teelh on Stumps, filling. uieuiiiiiiigtniiii ri'guiuiuij; ux-iu, in muni, uu u .orations on the teeth and gums will be attend; cd to in the bent milliner. His prices for his services will be as low as other Dentists, and vary according to circum Btnnccs. Ho haa tnken...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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