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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 August 1837

( T, O It Y () F C Ai S A BY If. R, STACY. Tlie pociii IipIow wo qnnle fiottt 1 lie June num ber of the Knivketbocker Magazine. I font one anions our leaders ran pcui'u it wiilmui feel ing of high inlniiintioii for lli'j mlenis of l ho mi llior.lhey pnsfc's pcircptiom iIifTeicnl finm ours. As ii foir.ilile mid Rinphie, jet sententious, picltur of die Delugn, it will hear it cotiip.it i.-nn with iiny i in.ii n-.i I i e description of inmli-iii limes. We have italicised it few pau.ige lli.tt wo conceited wonderfully grand anil rtililiinc. 'l hey would li.ive tlonc no duetedil lo tlie Itifty iniipe of ISvhun him. elf. Indeed, in lite must thrilling piciuienf tint noble wrilpr, wpc.iii ''"d few iht ri'" nyrl.ir to die linen e hate signalized. Wo 11 n I lli.it Mr. liAUBKit does not intend to let hi.s gift-" lio idle. Thev me of n quality to H'te liiin rnnirnlmcnt wuh respect to pa?t succe.', and n Impe fir tlie fiitinc, which should iiupiic linn inlo iiiiifiitii mid ijjiii oiih action- I...

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. — 11 August 1837

The approch'ttig fiction of Congress, liich is to commence in less than a timntli roin this nine, is ioiikcu io wun greni mix. lMv, Willi the anticipation I lint sumo mens re Ol reuei hi too t;tiiiut;i in nit: leuui- ry. foreign nnd domestic, will be speedily OnUlOll, HUTU IS llllli;il It-'ilauo in limn i entiu in iiiu snnrcn. nnu n i ni ? I our viiit n nous mnv no nu rcauzeu. wu un UtiK, llini wim comparatively hum: iitvet- ndnplril. The first mid most iinpiiriant tbiecl fnrconsiiluratioii will bu the cur- iioy, winioi n win uu iiutteaui v i n-aiwu ; l.nr ns mnv tin. Io I he colli I Ion in WHICH was found before it was deranged by he coun. trv. OUR. FINANCIAL PROSPECTS. TllKASUKY DUPAUTMKNT, J Mgutt I, IS37. In riimplinnre iviih (he resnlti'tun nf tin- Senile lie ii'ceipls lor lite, month olJune, ns ascertained For rmiimrg, ubuul $213 000 " lands 0S0 000 $893,000 Till expenditures during the same iiimilli were dime S2.fil 1.603. Il n piiiicr In mill that lltn nlnc statement, of ni"...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 August 1837

Tub Rtr. Mn. CnANn's SkminUv The examination and exhibition of the advancement of t lie pupils in this Seminary, took place on Thursday and Fridly lic 27lh and 2Bth of July. Having hkd the pleasure of witnessing a pi"- "f it. 1 would take this melliod of expressing llio high gratification il afforded to myself and others, and of inviting thu attention of the public to an Instil ion, which, though modest and unobtrusive in its pretentions, probably affords as inn ny advantage ns arc to be met with at any similar Institution. From an acquaintance with domestic nod in tcrnal arrangement-, nnd (rum what wns manifested in the c mrsc of tho examina tion, it in believed to combine, n- f n" practicable, the ti il v u ti I n r "' parental oversight, ndvice, and government, with n systematic course of iust melon m "I" eolid and ornamental branches of science nnd literature. Tim school isptrictly a fomily (-clioni. TI).,. young ladles are nil reonid. il ns iii'Mii hers of I he tiimily and us e...

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. — 11 August 1837

coppi r. These gpttirnti' tho citrine stream, lilii' furl i') ii (Ui,' (n i ti f, nml it i by the two iipii.'ht wins tutti. touch th circle b'nw. tn thplr ends nlteri.n'i ly rub in tin' roliiry innliuu ngnuM tin" inside ol iliu i wn sein'cui'iilnr ares nun which l lint fixed circle in ilividi'il, nml Hit! o.ii reini. hps ui" l In.' senui'ircnhir pn fi's hv; arc ill lornalcly tpado In clintiyo their pnstiw mill negative poles by ibe iin-ctnling L'lir. ti'iil ol L'li'vniiiciii mill Iliu Mm principal! of repulsion nml ii 1 1 1 rt c( ion Hindi' in change tlioir nusl'.vc mill negative pulr by the as cending ciirii'iii jjn Iviiiiicin nml H'lH the principle of repulsion nml niiriielinii made ic net in euncirt on tin- four ryiiii tits of i ho shaft nbovp described-- keeping P by ihe iiingiieiizuiieii produced n swul rn tnrv iiioliuii; IhcIi Mi tun innc'limn hum'. 00lb... oiii' f tit t in ii ininuli'. tJn mpttl I the chat. go of pole- nml I In; electric velo city of iln stream ol galvanism, ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 August 1837

N O T T If K C. I, O It V O F O yF. S A K : It If T T If E W K I. F A KH o F K O M K. R yTl 3TA.riT. Fa IB) AY, .AUG-UST 18, 1S37. " " TOIU XJ"ijg2 " From tin; New York American. MUSINGS, HY FLAOUSIN THE COIJN'I UY, FREEDOM TO IIEIt HONS. A LYItIC ON THE TIM KS, Son? nf n ilaunllps litre ! Tlial dinyer could n shake, Nor load of pulsions uit laeak, Nor hunuiy until dt'lm-o. When Piiii!;liiis Fi pedum llntn wake I'n luttln (or llii'ir cnunli j' mike. All J mip. llirir uonibling mother fiotn iHrace, What palsy niniilw jniir muscles' uiiglitl What iluiniler 1 1 niifsprciil-' noon lav night OVr die mciiihau splendors, lirig'it Thai lit iho happy land 1 Why iln die loom anil spimllc reasc, Der.insnl, us Ifhy war in pencft Why do the skill ofnui-'an, Anil itusfft force of laboiiiig man, The iliirhij; keels of ciunnieice bold, Her mazy schemes her slre.nm of Rolil, And nil tile ihuiis.ind wheels the rull'd, SliiwII Degenerate whciefnte do jo pause, In any strc.-s, in dntnl) finpiue! Your m...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 August 1837

R I D A Y MORNI NO, AUGUST 18 State Eletf September 5. :nNon, SILAS JEN1SON. FOR LIE OVKRNOR, DAVID CAM P. FOR TREAUF.R, AUGUSTINE CIi&RK. FOR SEN ATORH CHITTENDEN COUNTV, JOHN VAN SICKI.EN. JR. IIAKRY MILLER. orlkans cuu.nty. AUGUSTUS YOUNG. GRAND IM.F. COUNTY. HON. JOEL ALLEN, "TRY THE YET UNTRIED EX PERIMENT." Tliis is the sentiment now advanced by the administration. Its leaders admit that the whole Pet Bank System has exploded. They boldly assert, that "these Banks have forfeited all further confidence from the Treatury, and cannot be relied upon at Us fiscal agents," nnd that they positively refuse to pay out what they have received from the government for eafe keeping. When the Whigs said that the State in solutions were unsafe, and Hint they could not possibly discharge the same fiscal re lations which were so faithfully and punc tually discharged by the Dank of the Uni ted Slates, what was the reply of Andrew Jackson, nnd his greedy followers? Why nothing more or Icsb t...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 August 1837

amounts 0f public money paid for tho crcc, be made to rise and fall nt nlcnsnm i lion nf monuments in in the Cathedral ofiug first blindfolded or nnio,i Vi.n . .!.." SI- PbhI, and in Westminister Abbey f stnt inC tho names, dotes, nml amounts of ujcIi Also nn account (if tlio public money paid for the orcction and repairs of any part of the Cathedral ol bt. fa ill and Westminster Abbey. There arc now two foreign mnnarchs pervitin in tho nrmy nf her Majesty the Quern: namely, Uio King nl Hanover nml the King of the Belgians, both of whom arc Field Marshals. There arc only two other Fielil Marshals, the Dukes of Wei Jinglon and C imbrulue, Affkctiinc. Sckine. An aged man nam cd IJ'invntiloir, appeared belore t ho 6lh chamber, rlnrgcd with i he 'crimo"of men dicity. While answering to the usual question ol the. President n yniinr man, ac companied by his wile, advanced lownrils the bar and turning his eyes toward Bnn. vouloir,wept aloud, Phonameof ihisindt. vidual, a? it afterwards app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 August 1837

mnintniti ; but still H might bo worse. She was innocent, poor thing, mid although she married "lit- married In "bligo nm. 1 think lovs vmi still. Now she I still m your service. Qinl you may U'I bo 11 I'1""" r uiiil live Willi mo. Whnl do you say." Mr Shiifllolnn Pope replied ns nny other tiiiui starving mill ill rags would tin vo done. "I will turn former utnl marry Louisa." "Holler lain limn never," n plied Mr. Shufllotoii ; '"' ils vou inny change your miiihI. tin.' wciUlir.fr Hhiill take place tomor row." ' To this neither our h"ro or I jimin, rim. oil nnv objections, uiiibtho iu.i dny. Mr. Shiiflluimi Pnnofo 1 himself the fnrtunat" possessor of litsi Louisa, olid ill llie mine time, wiilioui nny irotiWc on Ins pari, of n small mid smiling family 'Why did you not marry m; when my fit her lirr-l proposed,' observed Louisa. Since t tin t I hnvo had the small pox, noil two tmall cluldrcn.' I l:iiow it,' replied our hero, ns ho looked nl Ins wife, trying to pacify I ho infant 1 1 n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 August 1837

NOT THE 6LORV OFCiESAH; BUT THE WELFARE 0 M E. O F U B Y H. I. STACY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1837. VOL. XI No. 531 At llif M'nl'llefX Spmn, nn Tuff lay, llie Cln'nm.in ESfijc.nu il i irpni iet Hi h.np Hid dtp jlllj, III 'I "Ilii .pUli'ill ttm, ill 'I Hi'" iilifiiipieil ill kif II itiini.m iii iili-l her ill. tn- ll.ul ii iiulit in Lit' hi- iimp off, ilMie liked " Belt' Life in London. Oh, li" ti,-t .tt.rfiiinl J.ick, 'I'ii g'i in ir II iih jiny, Tli.il pti'iy m.in liii intut rliatild lack, lui li it s i'i it ii liny. V kno'v ilmt tvnuiui kiml ninv claw, II ilnc iciiiiinl in in ilium nffj Dm iipmi' iIipiiiiiM lli-ti h v.n "l.nv," Ii.ii fhe iniylil "hue Inn lime tifT." By dip qtippr in.uk ncinw mil Oton, V e pp il h:i' Iippii mended ; Ami htar 'iw.c Iiiiipii in the hone lly pititleiy offended. Vim fi-lipil fur truid', "ml got a bite J Ami shift" ihi-y iie.iieil you n, Yon K'i'ill in lliliik II null i ilihl 'I Ii.ii iliry ehnull always do no. Vmir firilif .up hail piuuinli, Anil im i' m'ih...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 August 1837

V It 1 1) A Y MORNING, A U Q U S T 23. Stale EUclian. September 5. von oovr.uNnn. SILAS II. .1EJX1SON. rou lielt. liovEUNnn. run Tm:.'UF.n, run se.natoii' cm i'tkmiks county, JOIJV VAN SICICI.EN, .Til. ISAifllV dlH.LKK. oni.i- c- v cy. AUG US'PUS Y OVNG. GUAM) Hl.E COUNTY. ir o n. j o i: ii ali, i: n, TO TMI3 FRilliMAN OF GRAND 1SLB COUNTY. f7 Fellow Citizens : you nrc soon to be called upon to olert n person to represent you in the State Senate for the ensuing po. liticnlyenr. In these dnngcrous and diffi cult times every office should be occupied by a man of ability, wisdom ond integrity. Quacki nnd Tinkers have cursed our coun try long enough. They have, nf'ur n seven yenrs war upon our currency, nt length t'ticci'cdori in reducing our circulating me dium from a Found mid healthy state, to the tiiott miserable shin-plaitcr system. This Rtate of things has been brought about by the nbntniuablo corrupt and wily specula tions eC our Nat iniiul Administration; who now haw; the boldue...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 August 1837

urn n. Kk n k C1TOLRN fmin tltu Kiib-crilior polo 3 red or yellow farrow Cow, six years old. Ihat noted villmn, C. P. Bruntlwcll. lurnuil ni this cow to inn nmlor a bill nl rail, which I have in my hiiriilst, for bor rowed intiiicy n nd house rent, the firt of April Lift. I look the cow lininc. lied her to n post nt toy door nnil fed her; but in iiiv nhseiici!, nbnut llio i?4tli of May, C P. IJroadvvnll lined the Cow, in presence, ol my wife mid children, nnd led her off, I liavo not seen or heard of liur since. If ony person except the thief, will givo nny information where snid Brnndwoll has sold contrnclL'd, mortgaged, or in nny wny disposed of the cow. which shall lend to bring such n villian to justice, he will con. fur ii fnvor on the subscriber, ond t- li a It receive a rownrd of $10 REUBEN BUTTLER. Btirlinglnn. August 122. 11137. raIIEIuto hour nt which I discovered the JL nbnvo notice, (not until nftcr several quires of lo day's paper had been struck.) Imp left noil her lim...

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. — 25 August 1837

Jl failhhous Fisherman An old black f.'1'ow. fi'lUeg Hi I lie Delntvate. nenr Point no-Point, o dnv or two since, was seen io haul up several" fine rock fish, which b' had no sooner liscntiosctl from hi hunk than he throw into thu water njjolii. When nb'd the reason nt th's strong' proceeding, ho drew himself up. and wttJi u cmintenaiico Hi which it wns unpu-sible to -ay whether liotitrlit tncp or indignation predominated, replied : " Ven I fi-hes for catty, (tni'tining calfi-h.) I'll ke'ch rally and Imve not liinrr to do vid dest) ore follet till I waiit linn !" Match against Timi:. SnUnn, the yodeslrian, Ih matched to walk 300 miles in fix days, hnir backwards nnd linlf Inr wards, in n circle nf one hundred nnd ten yard-, nt the Itnynl Standard Gardens, yiieperdiw ft 'Ids, In Ciituilli'lice ri ' right o'clock In ninrniw murium:. Sutitni nn ho can lie backed to wnlk liny mile- but k word against nny innn in England Hi hnnws Town-hend cnu be matched ogoinst him. London Paper. Churmt...

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

0Xtt ;p$& NOT T II K GLORY O V C Ai S A K J U T T II K W ELFA KE O F U O HI E BY If. B. STACY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1 1837. VOL. XI No. 532 Fiom the N. Y. .Minor. THE SW I PT-STREAK. OR SMUG GLER'S NOOK. BV THE AUTHOR OF THE "e PEEDY.KEKI.." "O'er llie glad wntcrs of llie dark blue fca, Our llinu-dii n boundless, nnd our fouls m free, l'nr n8 llie breeze can bear the billows' foam, Survey our empire, nnd behold mir home ! These are our realms, no limit lo llieiraway Our ting; llie eceplro, nil wlm meet obey Ours the wild life, in lumiilt still to range, 1'ruin toil lo test, nnd joy in every change " Cortait: 'Beautiful! ISeautiful !' What ! where?' 'Bealiful ! indeed !' responded nppnrcntly tlio elder ofthe three young naval officers, ns hid eye, .too, rested npnii tlio object of admiration in the film po of a small but elegantly-modelled briganlino just rounding the point under n jib and fore mid. nil main, sail. 'Beautiful! indeed! But why dues she come to, up herr? Tlio master ...

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. — 1 September 1837

V II 1 11 A Y M O It N I N 0, SKPTHMHEIt 1. Slate Election. September 6. rem onvKHNnn. SILAS II. .TEN1SON. Volt MEUT. r.ovnuNfu. rnn Tim auer, ron sknatoih ciiittpnukn county, .lOIIV VAN SJC1U.KN, JK. IIAWRY MIIjLKH. OHLUANS COUNTV. ATIO USTUS YOUNC. Gil AND ISL1. COUNTV. II ON. .TO 12 L ALL 12 N, THE TRUE WHIG DOCTRINE. "I proftjsji to be n hullionist, in the usual ami ncceplcil sense of thai word. I um for a specie basis for our circiilaliim, and for specie asa part of the circulation, so far ns it may bo pJitticabh' nml convenient. I'nin for giving no value to paper, merely as pn. per. I nblmr upper; that is to say. irrcdec inablo pnpur-if piper I hat may not lie con verted l?i?i ci Id nnd silver at I he will of the liolder."--VKiHTK!i. IOOn Tuestlay next, the lrac.meti of thh S'.me.will be called' upon o-'pass ,lll!ir jiuJgnient upon the measures of the present adminislrntinn. by lbcoxojciso of, that prerogative which constitutes them such the elective franchise. It. is a "prfvi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 September 1837

Mr. Forrest, the irngodinn. wn married in Loiulon on the 2:ld of Jmiu. to Miss Sinclair. The Mobile papers statu Hint Munior, wild had ntt ninptud llio nssnssitin' ion ed' 1 1t., King of Frntico, had nrrivod tit Pcnsncnla, on the 15th, by hu French brtg-of war La I'oroiisc. w- "A OA HI). Mu. PnoUTT expect? in t r-1 1 1 n tn Burlington, dnriii? t lie fiisl week in .Sepleinlier, wIito hit will rrmniP lii rouro f inn nciirm in Vno.il iluio lo llic pcvriul elates illicitly luiiiinl. He will he huppy In for in funic r.cw cl.is.c, cilltcr in Hurling lun or In oiler Inwm in lint i t-f nity l nitirll In would devoir n portion nf his lime and bc.t alien liiif mflidcnl Ptip.'iiirnnpitipiit i? nfTeted, lie will iiUij aivo piivnui lessons, if deihed. Aug. Voth, 1SP.7. At Richmond Va., .Mr. Edward V. Sparhank, editor of the. Pclersbuigh Intollisciiccr, lo Miss Blaise Wtnrrll. i) i v. n . Indus village nu 'I'liui fil.iy morning, tlip l'llt An' , .Mrs. ClaiifM l Morse, wife of ,Mr. Julin M. Mm ft....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 September 1837

WE would inform our customers lliol I wo orcronstoiilly receiving nltlit loiif 1 (o our stock of goods, and llinl wunionn.n usual, to keep our tisortturiii gnml. t f I luttc who hnvn not cn lied lately will just s'op in. they will find wi Imvo nol burn bnekwnrd m ntlninntiiiL' lo la-en tin tin vnridy. Our goods nri purchased liy n lirnt lior of one nl our linn lviirn we tin not go our solves who resides in Now Ynik, mid hns purchased ynml- nr 1M Hrvern I years. Wo shall bo pleased in shew or roll goods to nny one wlin n-ks lo see or buy I liu m , nl the Vnrieiy Simp All!.'. 17. PlMillQltN Si BlUN-MMn T A li . aCO Harrcls. just received by Js- .V tl PECK SeCir Common IMnnuliictured t-luills, at wholesale or retail nt the Variety Shop Jllly 21. I'ANHDOIIN & BlllNSMAID. JDK. M O R A C IS fl A TC II. ""VFFERS hi.- services to the nhnbitiints J? nl' IJiirlirnriiiu nod vicinilv. m the practice of Medicine mid Surgery. Office in Church Hi reel, opposite the Hank of Burlington Burlingto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 September 1837

HI.' ! ' 1 1 NOT THE GLORY (IF CiESAUJ BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY nr. B. STACY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1837. VOL. XI No. 533 BY A JOURNKMAN MECHANIC. Now, wife mid children, let's lie gay, Aly work ia done, imil here's I he pny ; 'Twin hard lo csirn, Inn neer mind it Hope.reai'd ilie sheaf, mid peace slmtl bind it ! Six l.iyK I've Iniled ; and now wc meet To share llift welcome iveeklv treat Of lo:il nnd tr:i, nf rest and joy, Which guhiM by labor, cannot cloy. Come ye, who fcirm my dear fire side, My rare, my comfort nnd mv pride ; Crime now, and let ns rlofp. the night In harmless rpoits nnd fund delight. To morrow's dawn lir!nz hteeil peace, And eirh domestic Joy. inrrtt-r, To him who linne'ilv maintains That cotne nl life which Ilea'n ordains ! Of rirh and ponr, the dilferrnre what 1 In working or in working tint : Why then on Sunday we're an great As tho?e who own pome vast estate. For on to-morrow's happv day Wc fhall woik le, pet haps, than (hey ; And. though no dainties il af...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 September 1837

V E S S A G E ntM miii; IMIF.SIM4NT OF TIIH tJNMTHD STATUS, 7'i f7ie ii'' Ifauir.t ')" Omgrm. nt the nwi mrnrt mini nflhr.J'irU icsttvn of the 7W'i. tiJi'th (!n:;rnn. fallow ('ihsriiii vf the Scmtc mill llnitit: of llrprestntntiw : 'I'lin m tit of i ho '.Mil iilMuiii! tlWij, rcgo'i. ling the t.'io-iies of I lit! public motley, uinl liriM'riiiu lh einplnyili'Mll of (Slate Oit-tricl uinl I'if ru 11 rial Bulks Cor Unit purpnso, nude H the ilmy til' t fin Secretary nf tin' Treasury In discontinue the mu of such of them n-i should itt any lime refuse In redeem tlioir it'll en hi specie, nnil to substitute oili. it banks, provided n sufficient unitib.tr could ho obtained to receive the public ilu-- llOiitCS Upon thutorilHrilld 0 HnlllloiHllluriJ in prescribed. Tho L'nnor.il mid iilui ist simultaneous su-qi ii-ton of specie paym Mils liy lilt! I'linksin May lnt, rendered tho nor. I'nrnniiciH of this duly imperative, in ro s'jicct to those whirh had boon selected tin dor tho act; and made i...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 September 1837

"5. nt u heavy loss, tlic purposes of husi jicss. With each succeeding day the nmtallic currency decreases ; by sonic it is hoarded in the natural four, that once parted with, it cannot ho replaced , while by others it is diverted from more legiliuinto uses, for the sake of gain. Should Congress sanction this condition of things, by making irredeem able paper money receivable in payment of public dues, a temporary check to a wise and salutary policy will, in all prob ability, bo converted into its absolute destruction. his tiuo that bank notes actually convertible into specie may be received in payment of the revenue, without be ing liable to all those objections, and that such a course may, to some extent promote individual convenience ; an ob ject always to be considered where it docs not conllict with the principles of our Government, or tno general weltare of the country. If such notes only were received, always under circumstances allowing their eaily presentation for pay ment,...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 September 1837

REMOVAL. I jTTAVING dissolved toy connexions $JOL in bti!i rics? with Mr. Abbott, niil$ -removed In the west sub: of I he Square,? 51 would tender my sincere thanks tumyS itViciuN nml llin public lor I he pntrnnnprjF 2.'"!' the past year, und respectfully toh.v it h continuance, nnd the pood offices? Jul nil who wish me well. I nm now funking, nnd design to keep on hand, n' jL'nniJ assortment of Cabinet Furniture &, Chairs -adapted to the market. & shall endeavor ito mokn the now cdtnblic limunl worthyt nt" public confidence nnd s.uppnrt. WcM. siue Court llou'c Squnrn. t P. K. PANGIJOltN. $ Z Burlington, Oct. 3. 11130. ESTABLISHMENT. fl"RHE subscribers respectfully irifnrin llio f ulilic l!i:it thoy hnvo formed n copart nership unilcrthn firm nf IIEKKICK, rilltlSTOPIIKIt & CO. for iho purpose of iiinnufacluring nnd selling Piano Fortes, in all their varieties ; warranted equal in elegance, workmanship, touch, and tone, to any manufactured in the United Slates. Tho operat...

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