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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 July 1867

""7 Clerk 5N . i " 0 8 r 1 3 ft VOL. NEW SERIES VOL-XIV. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 19, I8G7 NUMBER THREE. Co foclrv From the Atlantic Monthly for July. ax KMitisR-ricrunn. BT JAMES BTJSSaL LOWELL! How strange are the freak ef aetaory ! The leteone of rhV we forget, ft hiie a trifle, a track of color. In tbe wonderful web if i Set by gome mordant of fancy, AnJ, detpita the wear and tear Of time or distance or trouble, IkhU on itt right to i there. A chance had brought at together; Our talk wac of luatur; of. amnn We were iiothiog, one to U ether. But a short half hears i We spoke of French acting and And toetr eat;, natural way, Of the weather, far it w raining Ac we drove home from the purr. We debated the social nothing! Men take rncfa pain to dieeuee; The thunderous ramore cf battle Were silent the while tat ua. Arrived at her door, we left her . With a drippmgiy h or tied adaea. And oar wheel went cranchiac the gravel ' 'I flit oak-darkened A we drurii sway through th...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 July 1867

J italmlmalma " , MM SSSSSSSSaaaaaaaaMSSS MM gS SK THE BURJLINGrTOiN, Vt. fREK PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JULY 10, 18G7. , i V : I SKftft Jfl'fC MBS. C. C. It. I BENEDICT. XDITOBS ASD PBorItI0M. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 10. 1S67 THE -VEEKL.Y FREE PRESS. Tnx Ecaujcros Wzklt Frei Teess li pub UiLed every Friday morning, and psontalns th Utetn;w reports of Boston markets ana Cam brUeo Cattle Market i full State, County and loeal Intelligence! well selected Miscellany, ic, Ae No care and cuUiy will ta Ted to nuke it a re liable, intemtlts and valuablo family journal. Tie circulation of the Fbk rnni! exceeds tha d any paper In the region, and it Is, therefore, an tmrivalled medium far acverttters. We desire to give add Itienal attention to the -c Bfif of the various towns in thu and adjoining Count!., in which our Weekly bai a numerous dr calatkn, and ehall esteem it a faror if our friends will forward us any Itemi cf interest. TBii9orTniWiKi.T Fr.zi PRE3-pcr year $2 In advance, and If not etrk...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 July 1867

THE BUELINGTON, VT.FREE PRESS. FEIDAY MORNING JULY 10. 1867. Citv or MEstro, June 1. The articles of capitulation were sinM and exchanged at linat ol day and the city waB occupied hj Diaz. Gen. Tabcro '.resented liimscll to (itn. Diaz at noon . and surrendered his f-word. He was placid under arrcet by order or Gtn. Diaz. A Liberal paper fays of tbe deatb of Maii wilian. Tbc .rcli "Duke occupied a feat upon those benches where so many were sentenced to deatb by tboro feraeious court martials of intervention, answered with calracei-e tbo questiona put to bim by tbe CouK-go de Gucrro and becked as a f r ecta I f.uor that hi body rnigjit be borne to tbc reeting place of Uarlotta, and raiues-ted on liia mother 'i! account that they would not hoot him in tbe face. The latter request was ciiuplied with as alMjwill the other, lie died eeri-ncly and without a struggle, as aK did Miramon and Jltjia. Cirr or Mexico, June 22. Tnc blow iu tbe Church has been etruok I , Dins: Lsst night le ordere...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 July 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREK PEESS. FEIDAY MO RjSTHSTG-, JULY 10, 1807. Religious Intelligence. Rev. J. M. Tcck of CJarcmont, N. II., Las accepted the call of Trinity Church, Ru't lind, to be their Rector, and will enter upon his duties next month. Rev. K. V. Hall has been engaged as act ing Paster of the Congregational church at Charleston, and entered upon his labors there, on the first Sabbath of June. On the 19th of Jnnca new Baptist church was organized at Franklin, and Rcr. Geo. II. Parker installed a? Pastor. Kct. II C. Ilarcn of Ludlow is soon lo K.U as missionary to India. A Young Men's Christian Association was organized in Bradford on Friday evening June2S. President C. U. Harding; Vice President W. II. Johnson ; Secretary Lo Rjy S. Frary. There is but one UmvcrealUt Society, one Board ol officers and one parish in tbc town of East Muntpelicr, though they have two places of meeting, two churches and two Sunday Schools. Rev. E. P. Scott, with his wife and two ladies named Ioga...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 July 1867

5N r .it V Uil ! ! 3 BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2G, I8G7 NUMBER FOUR. VOL. XXXV NEW SERIES VOL-XIV. Poetry The n come op and the ran gees down. And day and night are tbe aw u one -, The year grows green and the year grows brown. And what it all, when all is done . Gram of sombre or shining send. Sliding into and out uf tbe band. And men go down in chips to tbe seas. And a hundred shirs are tbe lame as enc; And backward ard forward blows the 1 rt ", And what is it all, when all is done . A title with nrrer a shore in eight, Setting steadily on to tbe night. Tbe fisher droppeth his net is the stream, And a hundred streams are tbe same aa one; And tbe maiden dreameth her tore lit dream. And what is it all, when all is done . The net of tbe fisher the burden bleaks. And always the dreaming: the dreamer wakes, Uarptr'l. .11 ieceilaiiccu. A Governor taken from the f 'rate A benevolent c-ld j.-i-n of Brooklyn wat making the tour ot flu ,-iiy in pursuit of truants and little wand...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 July 1867

THE BUR.LINGTOIS!, Vt. PEEK PRESS. FRIDAY JIOKNING, JXTLY 2G, 18G7. G. G. 3 II. L. BEX EDICT. EDITORS AJTD rani-tntTOiis. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2C. 1S67. THE WEEKLY FREE PRESS. TncEcauxcros TVecklt Ikei Tniss Is pal Ilthcd every Friday morning, and Jcontaios the lte.'t n -ws reports of Boston markets and Gam I'lidge Cattle Market ; fall State, County and local ntelli:tnee; well t elected Sllscellaar, Ac-, Ac No care and cntlay will ba flared to make it a re liable, IctereftiBsacd valuable fiffiilv journal. The circulation of tlio Fbex Tnass exceeds tha of any paper in the rejion, and It I', therefore, an unrivalled medium fjradvertUcrs. We desire to sire additional attention to tie -cl ntxct of the various towns in thii and adjolnics Counties, In which our Weekly has a numerous dr culstten, and shall esteem it a favor If oar friends will forward us any items cf Interest TutmorTmWsiKLT Fazi: Pbess per year $2 In advance, and if not strictly in advance f 2 SO. UNION UEI'riU.ICANTATE TI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 July 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING JULY 2G. 18G7. Cincinnati, July 1". A faeccngcr from Fort Iicnton explains bow Gen. Meagher due to be drowned. lie vs encased -in a quarrel on the aftcrnnun of the 1st iost., with an Irishman whe. bad in tutted him The exiU-nicnt eomei to reader the general delirious, and at JO I'. M. lie stole fram hi bed and fell OTerb-jard. Search was made fur Lie ! iy. but at last accounts it had uot lecu tuund. Hew Yoke, Jul; 18. Saoford Cooover in his hat application lor a new trial which was overruled makes an affidavit that his two principal accusers have since boasted that by their swearing against him they pr, -rrvei the reputation and rcobaMT the lite -I Jeff Davis The Ion bv the fit - in 2Gih ft Iat eve ning ie thought to ..vir half a luil'ton ; insurance small, not une quarter. The loss by the fire at Jersey City jestcr dav ww abuat $eK,000 ; insunxl aUiut one half. t'ROM (By ti Kt ROPE. re CalJ -.) Unujx, Jnly 17. Ere The gte-at naval the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 July 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- JUH.Y 20. 18G7. is nellRious Intelliceiice. TLc Firit Congrc Rational Society of this jlacc Lave raised the salary of their pastor, Hex. Mr. Mix, to $2000, Ltsides tLo parson age. On the 7th inst. fourteen persons were re ceived into the Baptist church in this city, i vtelvc cn jrolefeion. Twenty-one haTC now Jmrcd tLc church within three months. tlUrc is much religious interest, and inquiry meetings are held every week. Kcv. C. Durcn, who formerly preached in Charleston, is dow engaged to supply the church in Pomfrct, The Annual Sewion ol the General Con tention of Univerfaliste in the United States of America, will be held in the Univcrsalist church in the city or Baltimore, Md., Tues day, Sept. 1", 1SC7. The f iftieth Anniversary ot the Congre gational church at Glover woe celebrated last week Friday. The church was organised by J!cv. Samuel Goddard of Concord, Vt., and consitttd ol lour male and thirteen female members, four of who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 August 1867

.rsBBTr7sB- IsBBweawi ISBBBBTOr I I BYBBBT I IbbbbbTM V"syfX( i BBBBVl I vTJeBBTB, VOI,. S1V NJ3W ST3K.I1CS VOL-XIV. BURLINGTON, VT., FEIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1867 NUMBER FIVE. Poclrv Lore at I'irt Mgfct. Tbe racing river leaped and sa: g Foil blithely in the perfect weather, All round the monntaie echoes rang. For blue and gteen were glad together. Thin rained oat light trrjn every part, Ac J tbat with songs it joy w, tbriii.t g ; But. in tbe hollow of uiv in art, Tbere aobed a ilace tint aaUed tiling. Before tbe road and riv r meet. And stepping-stone arc wtl and glisten. I beard a soui.d f laughter sweet. And panted to like it, az.i to listen. I beard tbe chanting waters flow, Tbe cushat's note, tbe bee's V bamming ; Then turned the hedge, and dii tot knew How could 1 ."that my tin. was ceming. A girl upon tbe nigbest ".''ne. Halt dcubtful of tbe d ed. tw standic?, So for tbe shallow flood bad Sown Beyond the "custotued Imp i ( landing. Phe knew nut an; need of air. Yet mt the w...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 August 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 2. 1867. iltc gm f re;. O. C. k B. I BEMtDICT. D1T0M AD FSOrRIXTOM. Fr7dAt"I0RMXG. AUG. 2. 1667. THE WKEKW FREE PRESS. The EtrnLisCTOH Wzxklv Farx Tarss 1. P' lUtad vrr Friday morninS, "' l,ttrw. report, or Boston markets and Co IrKg. Cattle Market , full State. County and local UlMp.n .elected JIUcellanv. 4c., Ae Ko care and outlay will I- spared to make it a re 1UU.. interesting and valuable Th.clrcaltionoftheFBCFBa. exceed, th of any paper in the rerion, and U to. therefore, an M forward many items of Interest. TibmTot TmWtiicLT FErEESS-perrear 2 la aavMee.aadjfJtrletlrd NREnniT.CANSTATET.CKFrr For (ortrmor, OF RCTLiND. tor Lieutenant Governor, t f! I 'HJ3.V T SI O .11 .1 S, OF WEST FAir-LEE. F,,r Treasurer. v .i a E , J o n .v . OF MOSTrELIKR. Union IlcpuMIcan CountyTickct. For Senators, J. U Barstow, oi Shclburn. E II. Lane, or Jericbo. E. K. Hard, of Burlington. For Assistant Judges Sufford Colby, of Richmond. K. J. Morse, ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 August 1867

THE BUELINGTON , Vt. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY JIORNING, AUGUST Q, 1867. SE1VS OF THE 1Y1.E2I. BY TELEGRAPH. London, July 22 Midnight. In the House of Lords to-night a motion was made on the part of the Government lor the second rending of the Ileform Hill. Karl Derhy made a lcrtptliy and pmerful argu ment in favor ol the lull, and m lolljweu by Earl Grey and otliern in oiipOMtion. fur ther debate on the t object was postponed. London, July 23 Noon. Gen. Fariolo, or I'arrcll, who was arretted in tbit- city Cn the 15th on a charge of com plicity with the r'enianf . is undergoing ex amination at Dublin. Hkkun, July 23rd. Count ItieaiarekV official organ denies the truth of the recently reported Moths ol the probability of a war. St. Pm-csittBG, Jaly 23. Uy an Imperial ukase all political and Governments! distinctions between I'uland and the hmpirc of Russia arc obliterated, and 1'oland is now aSroib d into Itus-ia as one of the provinces of the Empire. I'abic, July 23 livening. Admiral Farmg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 August 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FUEIO PRESS, FRIDAY MOTINIZSTOK AUGUST 2, ltt-7. Religious Intelligence. D. P. Ilnlbtird, formcrlj Presiding Elder in this District, baa been engaged to preach at tbc M. E. Church in PlattEbnrgb, during tbc rcmcindcr of tbc jcar. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. JI. P. Parmclcc, mis sionaries ot tbc American Board. arrived from Erzcroon. at Boston on the ICth, in tbc steamer Cuba, brincmg their children with tbeui. Tbej return on account of Mrs Par raelie'a ill-liealth. At the fame time there arrived Mrs Walk er and four children, from Diarliekir, Eastern Turkey, and Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler and two cl ildrcn from Kbarpoot. On tbc 17tli intt.. there railed from Bos ton, Rev. J. G. Oochran and familj. who, after a two vears' sojourn in this country, arc returning to tbc Ncttorian minion of tbc American Board ; a eon of Rev. l)r. Fierier ol Utica. N. Y.. who cos cut for his health, and Mr. and Mrs. lUrntim. who are bound lor tbc Kbarpoot minion in East ern Turkey. Rev. C. S. Smith, S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 August 1867

Cowtj CUrk www VOL. XXXV NEW SERIES VOL-XIV. BURLINGTON. VT., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9. 1867 NUMBER SIX. Poetry "Don't Star Lens." A look of yearning tendtrstss Beneath her lashes lies. And hope and love unutterable Are shadowed in btr eyes , As interne deep, unruffled ttreaa Arc clouds ami luinroer skies. And as the dasf-e her mull white hi ad Upon his arm so strong How often, lite a summer sigh. Or a sweet pleading song. She whispers, with a parlisg BeloTed, don't ttay long." And 0, bow man; hearts are kept By that love-utteriDe; song ! There! scarcely one who on life's waves Is wiftly hone along. Bat what has heard from some dear lips These sweet swords, "Ikm't stay long." illifcell'Uicoiis. The Adirondack. Tut 'Imr or the new Srusw or the CttAJiriAts Transportation Oo A Float ing I'iuci The Boat Complete Src- c&s. The travelling public ai.d all interested in our laic navigation have been for several weeks awaiting vwth some impatience the apitarancc of the new steamer of tbe...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 August 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 9. 1867. for the occasion, by Rev. S. L. Bites, of Underhill.'was . especially beautiful The whole occasion was ono or high and unusual interest. crixuMTioV or tue jocitrr tor beliciocs . 1X0,11 XT. The Anniversary of the Society for Reli gious Ioquiry took place at 10.30 Tucs diy morning. An intelligent audiencj m3 'dcratcly filled the church. The President of the Society, Mr. U. 0. Wheeler, of the gra duating class, took the chair. After prcr by the Chaplain, Rev. E. Mix, and music by the Bacd,.the Society was addressed by Rev M. K. Vi-ncent, ofTroy, X. Y- XK. VI.CXNTs ADDRESS The Speaker took for the fomJation of his discourse John XVII, 20th, "That they all may te cne ; at thou. Father, art in nt and I in thee, that they also may be one in ui." From these words, aj a ttarting point, Mr. Vincent proceed! to develop the idea of Christian Uni ty in its realization. Distinguishing Physical, Intellectual and Moral Unity, he showed...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 August 1867

mi tstv-f THE Bim-LINGTON, Vt. FREK PRESS, FRIDAY MOR-ISTING-, AUGUST 9, 18G7. Florence, Aug. 5. GmribaWi has curat to the conclusion that cmeiderinj; all the rircutnsianee it waa beat to 'ndoa far the rrmnt tho movement asainn Home. With volunteers which had lSan to collect from all pirtj of Italy, and which had invaded the I'apai territory at Mveru pjaecs will difperue. cut the move tnent i only dclaved, riot abandoned forever. 1 'reparations for another jrreat movement wil be pursued with great activity ana uiri- haldi cxrefea hi firm belief in the euvs t toe nest movemwt. New Yobk, Aug 0. (."apt Arms oi the 10th eivalrv with ablatio men of the 6ame regiment, had a a!!ut fiftbt with a Urge arty of Indiana on the flirt iostatit, in -.hieh be nit surrounded but cut his way out He returned to Fort Hayes lijtly pursmed by the Indians, and ob taining rMaloreements started again to give ncra tattle. VsniGros, A up. 7. 'J!.r i'ritident, it is rcjwrtod, doubts liis mn to remove !fcv Stan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 August 1867

Vermont Item. Mr. II. W. MtConndl or Glorcr, was run over bj a load of hay. and killed on Sat urday last Win. W. Delano, of Hometown, had Lis Tarm house- and abed, with nearly all tbeir contents, destroyed by Ero on tbe nigbt of JbeStbiraL The house was the same built by the late Hon. Jonathan Bridge, on the old Bridge farm. Loes about 2,000. Iter ance G000. On Monday, of last week, a son or Edward Prichard. Eeq., of Bradford, aged 13 years, was drowned in Waits river. Ilia body was found in less than three feet depth of watcT It is supposed that he attempted to cross the riTcr with his clothing in his hand, and was swept down by the current. The Congregational, Baptist and Metho dist churches of Bellows Falls, havo arranged to haTC Union BCTTicca at 5 o'clock in the afternoon of each SundaT during the warm season, the sermon to be by one of the three clergy in rotation. In Castleton last Friday, an Irish girl about six years old, got upon tho track in front of an advancing train. T...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 August 1867

1 J 11 If 9 VOL. XXXV NEW SERIES VOL-XIV. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 1G, I8G7 NUMBER SEVEN. Poclrv Song at n Silver Wedding. BT 1IR J. n ROIAASB. Still the silver sun is shining. Though tbe dou 1 above us bends; And it paints a silver lining for the om tbat shades our friend;; And while they are loudly breathing Once again Love" early tows, Crowni ef silver Time it wreathing Gently round their happy brows. I'roudene and Time are gracious In their nine of fiber store; Bat jour hearts. O '. friends, are spaeieu;. And we make linir laraem more. Take, 0 ' lake, the gifts we bring Jon ! Siltrr, shining like the light ! And accept the rang e sing yea From onr loving hearts to-night ! Time is but a filter river. On its breast the silver stars; Life, a hymn that s telle forever Through its silver notes and ban. Float and ring. O ! loved and lover ! Float and ting, but grow not oM; Till a better life discover All 5 cor silver changed to gold ! .75 t-crSiJtnrous. 'omaM-ir-iiM-Bt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 August 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING AUG-TJST 16. 1867. G. C. fc B. I BENEDICT. iditors asd rinpRirroM. FRIDAY MORMXG. AUG. 1G. 1867. THE 1VEEKL.T FREE ITlEitS. The Brausorosi Wetelt Fbei Press is poV llihed every Friday morning, and contains tne latett n n reports of Boston markets and Cam hrltlge Cattle Market ; full State, County and local nUllistoeo; well selected Mlscellaav, c-. ic No care and cntlay will la f pared to make it a re liable, intertitinir and valnaUe family journal. The circulation of tho Free Pnass exceeds tha of any paper in the re elon. and it Is, therefore, an tiitlrilled medium fir alvettii ers. We cesire to give additional attention to tie It eaf nntt of the various towns in this and adjoinlcs rmnt!. in which our Weekly has a numerous cir calatioa, and shall esteem it a favor if our friends will forward us any items if interest. Tutu or Tnc Wlxklt Free Press per ear $2 In advance, and if not strictly In advance I J M V 1 ON U EI" C B 1.1 C.t -V -ST...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 August 1867

m fitta. THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREE PEESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1867. Baltimore, .a& 9. A large flag olc was raised to-night rin dcr the auspices ol the democracy or the 8th ward, in this city. Aliout SCOO rcr" sons were in attendance and addressee were delivered by several prominent gentlemen ol the city, and State. While passim: down Gay btreet. a jiroceN-ion was fired into by a party of men who iued Irom a restaurant, ecriouely wounding two persons. Dispatches from London, Aug. 9th fay : The (Jotcrnaicnt will immediately deetxttch a large Uxlv of truois to Canada to reiiel threatened Fenian invasions from the United State?. flight Honorable (.iatli.eme Hardy, tlc Home Secretary, in the Ilojee of Commons this evening, in reply tu a iticetion, said the Fenian j.rioners were treated better than any of the other. In tbe lluucc f Lords the Government pabmitteei the new tuetal treaty with tbe U. State?, lor reducing tlii rater- ut postage be tween the tw ci:itri(. A terrible ra...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 August 1867

f THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 16. 1867. if! -.OH Xat.hr. rosr Orns, Coxixdbit 3)BIT X KOAW, J p Kentucky.) V r2S,lSG7. ) (which is in the Stait ut July The speculashen in wool, into wich the Dimoc ticj ut the couth embarlst roo months ago, hti, I regret to fy, mulled disastrously. The nigger ain't fitted for co-cf eruhnn with the Dimocricy. We heJ a mectin last nite. to consider tbli nigger question, inch wood heT retailed in grate good and hed a powerful infloence toward strengthenin the hands ut our nigger suffrage, bed it cot ln for that irritashen. Pollock, and that pest Joe Bigler. I bed made my reglar speech on the nigger, and with much effect. I hed quoted from somebody's quotatben from Agattiz, wich demonstrated the radicle differ ence there ia atween the Afrikin and the proud Cauctthun ; arguin from the length ut his heel and arm. the tbicltneas or his skull and so forth, that the nigger wui totally unt to exer cise the rites ut free men. I wui app...

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