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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 8 November 1842

MlbUthm Xn tftfs iprr arc juMfeftrtr tfie utUc rtrcrs, Stcfioluttotw. Hatoa, Bu&Ue Errattes, iJanftrupt Sottccs Etc. oe tfie tttrttclr States, U2 Sluthortts. H. BELIj, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. NOVEMBER 8, 1842. VOL. VI1NO. 27. mtss&. jl rUHtlSnED EVEKT TUESDAY mornixg at 10ITU ISD OF TIIE BltlDCE, BT J. COBD JR. -hom all orders for printing, Books, mnhiets. Bills. Cards. &c, ot every acs .ription will be ncatlyandfashionably e.x- iuted, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. rtllfeiiibicrib", H.ti:..h.rr)ifri. ... ... e.on Oompanlti on itiferoutm S. Thni who lake of Pixlrlden, . . . iOO f aotpild it the end oflhc yt ar SifiS. j,opHcrdicontinueduntilarrearageiarept!d,except at itieoptionof the proprietor. No payramtit'Camen al. loweJoieeptorderto nymepropritior. lllcnramunlcatlonintltbeadiIrciiiedt- tne edltorl'oiT I.AWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Patted at the Second Sestion of 27th Congress. i orricnL publication. Pcblic No. 78. NT ACT to provide for tlie...

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. — 8 November 1842

t j t!i fc.tty-iliird scciion ofilie sccjnd nan cfslnt instruincnt. We prop iso- to :.!ter and amend that scciion as to pve direcVv 10 the pno;i!c thc adoptio.i . r icj 'Ciio i'oI su h reeoiniii ndat.oH of n i fiidmc: is to thn co istiinti n as sliall l.c no,nS!.'d by tlie Council ol (J.-Hcrs. 'I'hh me.:su c uill plarc qust'on i f aii:cnd;r.ciii lcfore cat:': ind vidual, v.S.o w ill 3C (lcpc.-iduiil upon no cne tur the CNpre sinn o. h.s cipini n- fl i vnininids ilsclf to yonr fjioiable ccw-M:!eration,bc-c.ius-: :t isinsti el eonf rm hv wit the, Gr-i p."i.:ciples of a republican gotcm -ncav 'Hi3 constituti n is tlie riound wiirk "filic law ot ihe laud, und, as such, shouM procccd ilireruy from i':ose who a-e to bo b uind by it. Tiiis is ihc rhartcr by whicli nll tlio depart i.rn's of tha goveinmcnl are liniit d, and wliidi declarcs, tlr.is far shalt tiiou oaml r.o faitlier. Tbc p.'o, le liave a rijii to rthcrcr amcnd tlu cnnstlliit'on fcrlhu I'roKiotion of tbcir welfire, and ilj3i ri...

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. — 8 November 1842

Runenlofaprctcndcd claim ofthe heirs or ,v-la:eGe... Hull torhis pay as nn othcer '.,cr u had frahof..u-ry turrcndered our nr unJcr his c.mmat.d inlo the hands ol the '"Seei, That the Gorernor be rcqucsted ,ra .uiit copies l thc Ioretfi"S resolutions "eacli "f the Senators and Representalives Kcports. By cmm ttce on banks, againsi iV bill 10 rharera bauk in Windsor, and the lillwas Iaid on the taUc oa motion ofMr. Wardncr. Capttal Pumshment. Mr Prilibonc called up tlio bill lo abolish eaniial punishmcnt, and its passage was su;i voriei ly Messrs Bake', Peitibone, Cnbb nf s- Dari ol :.. otaik. barton atiu Kobbins. cpposed by Messrs Canfitld, Niles and Noyes, . r A.J. juJ uisniisseu, ayes 111, uuesyi. jiuj Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1S12. SENATE. BilU. Ucported by Mr. Hatch, in addiiion m lhf jpt rpln! ino- tn Ihe rand list ; iwice itad and, on motion of .Mr Hatch, made the order for tomoirow mornin?. This bill po poses material altemtions in ihe Rrand list, wluch will be noticeJ in ibe furthtr...

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. — 8 November 1842

In Bankruptcy. Assignecs Sale. Tjra Y orderof ihe Uniled Slates Districl ritnrt fnr iha district of Vermont will be sold at Public .duction at tho Inn of T. W. Keeler w Salisbury, on ftlonaay.tne 21st day of November inst.. atono o'clock P. M.. alot ofJudgmenls- Executions and nccoui.tsdue to Abram B. liintley ofSoJis. bury ns set fonli in hls schedule on file in ibe ofiice-ofthe Clerk onhe district Court. ALSO and nlaco a lot of No!es a n.rnnn!3 due lo Rollin T. Howard of Salisbury, as set forlh -in his schedule on file in ihe ofiice ofthe Clerk ofthe District Court. ALSO At tlie Vermont Hotcl in Middlebury, on Wednesday ihe 23d day of November al one .o'clock P. M., a lot ofNoiesducto Joiiii S Seymour of Middlebury as set forth in liis schedule on file in llic office of the Clerk of ihe Dislrict Cou t. ALSO At the samo time and place a lot of accounts due to Benjamin Lawrcnco of Middlebury ns sel forlh in his schedule on file in ihe of- fice ofthe Clerk of tho District Court. ALSO...

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. — 15 November 1842

Xn tm Vzpzv are jjublfshrt tftc EufcUc rrjcra, ttrsolutrons. SLatos, DuUtc Ereattcs, iJanltrupt Jiotttcs Etc. of tfir Wm'trtr States, B22 Sttttiiorifn. H. BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. NOVEMBER 15, 1842. VOL. VII NO. t rUBI-ISHED EYERr TUESDAT 3IOENING AT JtOBTII END OF TIIE U11IDCE, BTf J. C O B B JR. whom all ordera for printing, Books, imuhlets. Bills. Cards. &c, of cvery dcs- ription will bc ncallyand fashionably cx- itited, at short nofice. TERMS Of THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. riiitik."ib"' 89.00 .,..,:..,..,,fhivf. ".00 (.jriilnlndC"n,',llll, whotakaatiha offlca, S1.7J, Companic on tafernuti!i!, .... i,1S rSlli wholakeof IVulriders, . . . 82,00 JtnolpiiJ at Ihc end orthc year$,M. yiju;" li'contintiedunUlarrearagefarcpaid.ezcept al iTel'itcptorJere! ljr llie pinprietor. l!l cTii niiiieallontmuit beaddreitedlo the editorPoiT ! tW3 OF THE UNITED STATES. Patttd at the Seeond Session of 27A Congress. orriciAL PDBLICXTION. Pijblic No. 87. AN ACT making appropriations for c...

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. — 15 November 1842

MISCELLANEOUS. LINES" : "giieekwood cemeteby.' Park Bciijaalii, nq. J..w foII anJ pure thc 'iiill;it fclji Oa Uiis Ioi:e city nf lhe dfaJ M.wgiMslliecoldantl marMe vall, W'hne Autunin's crlrason laivw arc hed; Tbc gcn'le nplandsawl Uie jrladi-s Jfo sad fiincral aFfPct j-ear; Eut li tlie Suiomer grnnffs fd-, In llicir ucw sirmraw fcecra niorefjir. Ixxife, Slarj-- Kliat a rp'rndii! tCClie .round tia iu the distance lies: nripiit brrak lUc allrer aca bctivou TIiU Island and Ihe lAVstern M. llou- tjli r l;h all hcr tuwrrj and domn Thc cltjr t lwp on yoader l;nre H.tw tnany ilmuind U.ipryI"n,f Voa :irt!s!ty h bendioj o'c : Ilappy altboujh this racrrd fpof Thc liapplf! niay reccire at Ipb: ' llow niar thtdr incniorics beftir?tt gave when soius casual glanc e I- ct I'y liarl.'vseyr upon lliairsratc, AikI iasin; atfangere bctid lo U-arn OVrwbum nirttre- iis fuli age u avis, Yhus j naiua ailor&s scnjf &culturM urn. Oh, inourufut fat ! ti dic unlnown AndUiatcnQ coiutantliearttnti'ni; ...

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. — 15 November 1842

comitiittcc raised on resolutions from olher 6latcs relating to Ihc sainesubject. Opj.o scd in debate by Jlessrs. Hubbel nnd Hatch .upported bv Mesxs. Cutls, Briggsand Ea J0. A mo'tion to Iay upon the (able nnd pakc thc ordcr for to-morrow morning, by j'r. Hubbel, bcing negatived, the motion of jr Cutts was carricd, 14 (o 12, and the rcs'0lulion referred accordingly. From the Uouse, for adj'oumment without day on v,Siv next, 0 o'clock a. m. Amendcd. ntion of sir. Eafon, by crasing the ivorfs"3 o'clock a. M." and the resolution rar-to. n"rosscd bills in amendmcnt of chap. SO ofR. S , relating to insolvent banks ; in addition to chap. -14 of R. S., relating 10 cxccuiors and tnistecs ; in addition to chap. i0 relating to highways ; relating to the tto'ck ofthe Bank of Windsor ; severally rcad a third time and passed 1IOUSE. Ewrossed Bills. Rcducing capital or bank of Montpelier, in addition to act taxing lands in Avcry's Go:e in Franklin county, continuing in force act taxing lands in ...

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. — 15 November 1842

In Bankruptcy. Assignees Sale. By orderofthe Unitcd Slatos Districl Court for tlie district of Vermont will be sold at Public jluction at ihe Inn of T. Ur. Keclcr in Salisbury, ot) Monday, the 21st day of November inst.. atone o'clock r. M.. i lot ofJudgments. Executions and accounts due to Abram B. llunlley of Salis liury ns set forlli in Iiis schedule 011 file in Jbe oflico ortlie Clerk oflbe district Courl. Jluho same time and place a lot of Note. ,,b and accounts duo to Rollin T. llowardof, SalUbury, as set iorth in his scIicuuip on filo in tho ofiicuoftbe Clcik of thc Dislrict Court. ALSO t the Vermont Hotol in Middlebury, on Wednesday tho 23d day of Novombur ut ono o'clock P. M., a lot ofNoiesduolo i pn1,nr JohnS Scvmourof Middlebury assctfortli.lOORing, I ailUI, in his schedule on filuinlhe oflico ofthe Clerk oflbe District Court. ALSO Al tbe snmc time and place a lot of accounts ilue to Benjamin Lnwrcnco of Middlebury as set fortli in his schedule on filo in tbe of fice of t...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 22 November 1842

JfitaMebttra fleapie'g gn tftfg gapn: are mimt tfcr Dtrtlfc rtrcw, ttroolutfous. aatoo, EubUc Ereattes, Banltrtijjt aotfccs Etc. o the Hnftrtr Statw, Ji Sutliorttn. JJ. BEL L5 Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. NOVEMBER 22, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 29. ,rCBlISIIED EVERV TUESDAY MOBNING AT VOHTH EXD OF THE BKIDGE, BV j. J Ii; irwhomallorders for prmting, CKS' fjsphlets, Bills, Cards, &c., ol every des- lionwillbencatlyandfaslnonably e.x. ciIed at short notice. iniimc TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. b,erllierl 2,oo f'fJ.Tihpri. ' . s.'oo T r T n T II 5.S?S5STie:lS:.l,,, cm"' - .... " 7"ri"rtdoru.'J " " 5" , ,ii.c.iiitmucjuntiiiirrcaraEerepid.Mteptat .,it.aofili'Propnelor. N o tmruicntf toUameri al. "'i,IC,pl..rJtredbythi:piopriVior. ( .cw.aiuiciiioainiu.tbcacidre.tcdtotheediiorroiT 1 TIIENEWTARIFF. LAU'S OF THE UNITED STATES. Tizsti ct the Second Session of 27th Congress. ornciAL rnBUCATios. t'OBLIC No. 69. iv ITT tn nmniln rpvenne from imnorts. ' and !o change and moany cxisung jaws is...

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. — 22 November 1842

povJer, or chloride of limc, onc ccnt per lh; -on inegar. cight ccDtsper gallon; on -pirils of turpentinc, ten cents pcr gallon; on W and pork, two cents per Ib; hams atd bacon, tlirco cents per Ib; prcparcd Inents, pnultry or game, in cases or othcr v.'isc,nnd Bolonga sausages, twenty-fivc pcr ccntum ad valorem; on checsc, ninc cents per Ib. butter, five ccnls pcr pound; on lard, tbrco cents per lb; macaroni nnd vrmir.plli. j'cllatine. tellics. and all similar preparations, thirlvperccntutnad vnlorcm; on whcat, twenty-fivc cents per bushel; barlcv, 20 cenls pcr bushe'; rj'e fifteen cts per bushel; oals ten cts. ji-r bushel; Indi an corn or maizc, ten cents pcr bushel; ivhtat fiW, scvenly cents pcr one hun drcd and twelvo pounds; Indian nical, Uvcnty cents per onc Imndrcd and twelvc nnunds: notatocs, ten cents pcr bushel; on forcign caiigbt fish, riz: dricd or snioked, onc dollrr pcr hundrcd and twelvo pnunds; on innckcrcl and Iiernngs, picjcieu or iaueu, onc dlfar and firiy cenls p...

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. — 22 November 1842

tvi,; r!;cir;-tc, tim I.neo.Focos have .jonf best for Senators, c!annin 14 10 7 ot ihosc clected, thus rorming a uare 4uU.u. ofa Senate nnd leaving 19 vacancies .This may be varied by the comple'.e re. isrns; butit now seems ihat the great Whig Countv of Worcester lias fniled by 200 to mJ;ca choice of Senators, wliile every Couniy ihat isin any sense Loco has choson its full ticket. The vacancies are to be fil'ed IjY Convcntioii of the two Ilouses, and so far thcHouse stands Vb5s rciurned "7 Locofocos S7 jVo cboUt 43 Voted not to send 21 Theie aro some 20 or 30 unheard from which will not materially afiect the aggrc-ra-e. It rcsts with tht Towns wliicli have voted to make a second trial for Represen tatives to delermine whether Massschuselts shall be Whig or Locofoco for the coming unr. Thoy are nearly all Whig, and can secure a Whig House.'a tt'Iiig Senate, and Honest John Davis' for Governonf they will; but if they choose tlie rule of the Clam. bakc demagogue for one ycar, we must...

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. — 22 November 1842

rpan subKrii- r airain ofTers a belter and more ciiiEsiva astorlment of STOVES ,V.n cvcr, cnntisgr.fa Crtcr vancty ot .Fat ,Vrn than can le tound at any olher esta'.bsh- L,t ... tl.e 3M'. He hts nearly all tl.e difcr. ! fc,..d .vhicUcau be lf.-j.ni at any olher place j .!. virin tj. and many otl.era which can le ,urol nn u.-recHc in thu Coanty. Atnonz them il.e Yake- Norton, all Th Ra.l.vay ih- RMatv vil!. Ku'vaica uvcro, mc M.c-iiii-c. t!" Mi-chame faluvc and i:iany oth is a new Paticrn rs. - . d.uW for.-and supe.icr to (t-preia ij ommeruse) a..y wlncb ctu fou.-d m ths ... ; i i, : :. hr civen n" I lor th.3 rc- T-t. I..., :. . rrT. i rail DG Flveu O' l.IIS -t ri-,ir.in3t!o.i isto say tl'al it is a Morc within a siov. Also a great varicty of Par OKR'rf PATBNT AlR-TiGHT STOVE. i..r:.,.ior. f which was ou ilist.cu iwo years i Aio Air-tisht Sloves of Cajt Iion which T. . i ... .vrrr,td toatiswer ihe puri.oss ofan air- i.i,t mnri. and not lo be sucn racrely in natae AUo aa cstensive ais...

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. — 29 November 1842

gn thfg ffager are puWbHz tfte Puttfc rcrs, ttrsolutfons. fLata, SJttultc EreattM, Banftrupt iiottccs Etc. oe tfie tfnttea Statw, B2 authorits. U J3ELi Lj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. NOVEMBER 29, 1842. VOL. VI1--NO. 30. ,1 PCBtlSIIED EVERF. TUESDAY MOBNIXO AT HOKTH ESD OF THE BEIDGE, BY J. COBB JR. by whom all orders for printing, Booksp Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every des ription will be ncatlyandfashionably ex cuted, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME, Vllliieabjcriber, 88,00 Mill ubicriber 2.00 lu tlrjduiKand (Jompanlek whotate atthe officr, $1,75, gir l.SOeentilf pllin ilx monllu. uonpuc. - - Tlinewhotaksof roitrlderi, 81.7S S'2,00 Sinieridf4ConlinueduDtiUrreartgc8arepald,except at Heiuitioaof tli'prnprittor. NapaymenIstoUarriera al. lowe.lexceptorderd by thc proprietor. lllenraraunlcailonimust beaddrescedto the edltorFoiT FlID. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Patttd at the Second Session of 27th Congress. OITICIAL PDBLICATION. AN ACT changing the time o...

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. — 29 November 1842

THE MAR. Y ROGERS MYSTERY EXPLA1NED. Thc tcrriblc mystcry whil. for niorr thaa ovcr Ilio laio ui nmv lhcrs, u 1'iff uouy as iuui..., t r.......l j r.ttr rn. . tl 1 r. mniiilier. Itl III' , - undcr circumstanccs sucn , 'CIV or.e that shc was ihc vicnin uf hol i-.li i.... tlin miirilrr is nt h i-xpb'.incd . . .i. r.tUrniMimi. vi! l!mi!)l nol. ol It mny bc ncollectid that .vsooiatcd i'h lhe lale of hcr diw.pP VM l',c noine of M rs I.os-, lhe woim-i. hu UtJ rpfr.shmei.t tenw ncwo.1 lhe sccnc uflier 1 I IIIU .... . . , About n r..nr.Iiil.t sinc-c-as W.-.Ua-.e u.. pdv (,(.: dtliia uoiiiati wus acciduiitally woiimlcd l.v the prcmalum diFrlrtrfc ofr. -iHi ii: i!'C lPi:is of licr son ; Uo wmiml n-ovrd fulai. L"JS bffiro -kr- dird hu "ct f..r J-li-p Mi-rri-.orNcw Jr-rsi-y, " t!a the f"!i"" -na hcts. On the Sunday of Miss Rcts' disap;c-r.n--e tlm cntiio lu 1 ,-r !mus- fmmihis citj in compasy :tn & j w.img pl Meir.n . viho j::di-ituok fur her n 5 rrinalun" d. livcry. Vvhi'.e. in ihc liands ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 November 1842

Ac,iIht ixcuscfor willidranal from tlie e's Press is to be able to substitutc a nn0i- A Pnrpia-n n.mpr is rood i,;eer lore;i c"!"- 0-1-1-- ' 3 . . -. - t-nncf 1 1 Tlf o p ,I pbce, DUl 11 cau iicvci i Vnrmnnf hric ils fltt n f,t a couniry pjii.. - - .. . l.nclnrs;. itxorvn c.indidalCS rcculiarpolilics.anu us own legisidiuii; ,.j aitcnd to. For all these purposcs me peo i je Wani a homc paper. That most valuable i ! ai foreign parers, llie Tnbune, which hDs ,tie Stste oi New York, and the whole Unioa kirite ohk.it, could have been of very Ijriial benefil durin:: tlie last severe contest fj this State. Bcsides, tho circulation of a fjreign Palier must be comparatively Hmited, inbiV a ooutilry papir ln activc and judicious lani-i will reach every Iiamleland dUtrict in de county. -Tlas olall things in a po.iticai - II. 1 1 -1 . f 1. , nfipn Yiperis aesiraaie. wuai n, aswe ouj arered, "1 sm andover shall be a whis,' !,st g-'od to yourstlf or thc country, if yu ure nobodr to ioin you. If y...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 November 1842

ROCKEi?Y and GLASS WARE, I.ookinc Glasscs aud Groceries, a large stockjust received and selling ofF cheap by Oct. 21. A. FRANCIS. 13 RIED APPLES, fur saleat T.C.SMITH'S. Maj 7,81 42. The most highhj Approvcd Mcdicine nowingener al use for Coughs, Colds, and all Discases of the Lungs. rmilE VEGETABLE PULMONARY g BALSAM is bolievod lo bc the m s! .."rzTi li;,;npvpr knonn in America. for ,,X Asthmaorrhihisic, Cou,ump l.on,SWhoopingcough,and Pulmonaiy AfTect.on of everv kind. , , , , " rF-.traetsfroraCerIificates llr !ai..uel Morrill of CoucorJ, N. H., wntes ".ha, 1 e .iuUeJlhe VegeU.de Pulmonary , -. ,i,Mp med r ne. havine Icen used j ijni is . i - . , j ; ilh complcte surcess .n cases ...,..., ?" " nuslv resis-ed the most approved Pcnptiom Dr Truman Abe'l f Lerapster, . H.,writes that h coufidentlv recominends its use in all cooml.iitf ofib.eche.ti. eqn, ..f not .upenor lo any other mcdicine withm h.s knnwledKe Dr Auiory Huntir.gof Franklin, M3.,r les ihat after having prescribed the ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 6 December 1842

Uthwc n tfifs Sfcijjer arc jm&lfjfflcv thc ftufjltc Ortcrs, llwoliittons, 2,afo, iJufiUc Ereattcs, 3Janitruit iiottcrs Etc. of tlic Elnftctr Statcs, 2Jn autfiovfts. H. .BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. PECEMBER 6, 1842. VOL. VIl-NO. 31. 1'UBIISIIED EVERJT TUESDAY 2IOBMXG AT 30RTH END OF THE BBIDGE, BY J. COBB JR. jy vfiiora au oraers ior pnnung, XiOOKS 1 1 J f i' t pamphlets, Uuls. Uards, dsc, ofcvery dcs tription will be ncatly and fashionably ex icuted, at ahort notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. iilajeiubicrtberi 52,00 j,M ubierlber. 2.00 jjliduIiandCompanik who take attlit office, $1,76, oTipanlca on stageroutcn, $1,75 wlia take of FtMtrfders. ... S2.00 snnt nild at the end of the vear S2.23. pa;?rs Ji9CorUlnaedunUlarrearascsarepaid,eicept at lovreiexccDtorJertd by the nionrielor. (ilcnmin-jnlcstioniiauitbeadilresscdto tbe editor Posr LAWS OF VERMONT. Secretary of Sf atb's Office, ? MoKTPELIER, NoVEMBEE 15, 1842, The following Public Acls of the Gener al Assembl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 6 December 1842

fect ofthis will be.asit has, indeed, been, scme exlent, lo"provoko tojea lousy tho cppositeparl;,, and lead those who belong to htoseefhe propriety, and duty. ofumting, in rfl nroper occasions. with the Whigs in fcraiii.E leslimony against sluvcry-.n sus- . . - i I.. nrnfttinn nml 1U nUODL tuining nie-riBiu , - ,t,n .nlf. nnd and national Sesislitures, touch- mcasurcs wmuu j.... , lm nalilinne. ing Ibe subject of slavrry, have prayed f They believe that ifaboltionists will have Ue patience nnd perseverat.ee which thu good cause ir. which thcy arc cngaged de ti.nnds. thcy will, ero long, sec in boih llm other partics a decided ndvdtico tovvards Ihe ro.iitofdoing all that can properly be done ii, opposition to slavery. And they hopo jo scf, in due time, ihe wnoLn south, ubntevcr may bo its divisions upon other matterx, coming to be of one lieart and one ioul upon the grcat point of maintaining its rights and interesls, in opposition to the elavepower wbich hrs st l ng ruled the eoumr...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 6 December 1842

I.v The Fjeld ! Tho resnlt of ihe elcct iois having sbown tho Van Buren Demo crecy that they nrc yet strong cnough to nnd by iherrislves, ihe Globe Mr Van Burcn's organ at Washington, has repud iaiod Capt. Tyler, having no farther use for fcim, in thc most summnry manncr. The Madisonian has thereupon raised its flag by the following nomination: For Presidcnt. JOHN TVLER.orVirginia. For Vice President, DAV1D RITTENHOUSE PORTER, ofPa. Troy Whig. The Latimer Case DECIDED.-The case of Latimer, is decidcd, and thc man is frce. When the qucstion last came before the court, Latimer's counscl moved for and ob iained a postponemcnt for two weeks for llie purposeof obtaining evidencc froraNor folk to show that he was not lcgally holden in slavery. But circumsfances have bro't tho mnttcr to a decision in another way ; of which a corrcspondent of tho Courier gives thc following account. Before get. ting into the dilenirna dcscribed, the claim ant had refuscd an ofTerof 8600, for Lati mer. The C...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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A. FRANCIS. Oct.21. KIED APPLES, for saleat T.C.SMITH'S. .Mst 7.31M2. The most highhj Approved Medicine now in gener al use for Ouglis, Cohls, ancl n!l Discases of the Lungs. prsHE VEGETABLE PULMONARY U BALSAM isbclieiud to tc the m"Sl nopular medicine ever known in Aroerica. for Couzhs, Colds, Asthmaor Philiisic, Cousump noii. Whooping cough, and Pulinonaiy Afiection ot evcry kind. Extracls frora Certilicales Dr. Samuel Morrill cf Concord, N. 11., writes 'thal he is satisGe-l the Vegetalile Pulmonary Balsam is a valuable nicdiiine, having been used uilh complete eurcess in casrs which had previ- oumv resis'ed tne musi apjnuveu ir-:cnpiiuii3 Dr. Truman Abc'l oILempsler, N. II., writes that ha coulidently recommcnds its use in all coaiplaiats of the cbcfts, eqtial, if not superior to any olher medicine within his knnwledge. Dr. Amoty Huntingof Franklin, Masj.,wriles lh.it aftet having prescribed the usual remedies without relief, nnd having cnn..ultiil wi'.h sevr-r-al eminent physici...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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