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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 September 1837

Iff MuvXttxiJW '0xtt Jffcf 8& NOT THE CLOU V OP CiESAltJ II U T THE WELPA HE OF HOME. BY If. B. STACY. DEFERED ARTICLES. iCTHASNUOAN of Imliann, anil Pearcf. ofRhodc Island, were Members of the Committee of Investigation appointed by tho last Congress. They both labored to conceal, rather than expose the corruptions or tho Government, for which they arc rewarded, the People having left them at home. Michioan The 'majority for CrAry, (V. H.) os far as is known, is G40. The Slate gave over 3000 for Van Huron last fall. Death of Member , of Congress --The' Hon. Mr. Stanimfer, of Tennessee, died suddenly, near Kingston, East Tennessee, on his way'.to Washington. Mr. S. was a Whig. In Maine, tho Election for Governor -and Members of the Legislature, took place on the 1 1th inst. Edward Kent is the whig, nnd Goriiam Panics the Van Buren Candidate for Governor. RHODE ISLAND. Tho glorious triumph obtained by the Whigs of Rhode Island, in tho election of Messrs. Tillinghast and CnANSToN ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 September 1837

as bo much needed lo convey to tho Pen i i the knowledge !' wlint wns passing ro, und which would enable their rcpro- Unlives fun her to lunrn their will; to inntturt stated in tin) Message of th esnloni as renuiriiiff t lie attention of tli nine; the extension ol tho merchants' ltd-, nnd especially the decision ns to the -irilioluiM of the surplus rovouuo among I'm Slates. On that subject, whatever iirto should ho ndopti'd, there innpl lie a r 'lion und a Intl. nnd a debate, yet no com rii'tcc was yet appointed, and in three cuksthc time Tor the distribution woum ivu arrived. Tim House ought to go lo .-ink, nnil cnnld not ullord to waste more .no on the election of n printer. Mr. I'ntlon referred lo the repented ex ossions ol I ho will of the House to pro. mil with the hnlltit u.tr; vet while those -en'leinen talked ol' n wnnt ol time, liny ero coin inually ullering resolutions. .Much only prolrncled tho election.--t. was curious lo observe, that tho more early the House seemed, fr...

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. — 15 September 1837

ELECTION REMINISCENCES. 1 lir some reason or nlher llio election in this town tlio present season has been limited to with no little intercut by people abroad, find wo are assured that in ninny of tlio tuwns in this county it hnd been nn engrossing topic fur weeks. Nor was this interest confined to our own State. The regency men at Pittsburgh seem to hnvc made the cause of the Van IJnron candi date their own, niuUuch was their ennfi dencc of h'n success that arrangement were made for n grand salute at Hint place. McNeil camo over on the night of elec tion, Tor the purpose of communicating the intelligence to Tort Kent and Platteburgh by signal. I3ut, alas! the Inst, laid plans of twee nnd men do sometimes fail. Wo eaw the gnllnr.t Colonel on that, memorable occasion! and, sooth to say, he was ns quiet and modest a man as one would wish to see. The gum were not fired, and the last wo saw of htm he was on his way to Gilman's in search of the republican parly ! In this town similar arr...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 September 1837

Prom iIip Kulrkci hacker for April. THE MIRROR OP DEATH. Poor Mm y is no moic! she breaihed tier bud nn Tlitti.-d.iy, ju.'l iik ihe mm was sinking 10 his I erl. Vein ipjiiPinber her sinxtil ir heniilv lire io.c-lcnf blomn of her rhrck, mid hulic of Iiit d.ukeve, Al.i"! t tic v nic lint 1 he h.ii binders of iieiiialtiio decay. Yet no hltlo thought fo, one t-lioi t j car iij;o, uhen ive pnzed in admiration upon fn.ittur? f lowing v, hit onih mid heiiitiy, mid fiivv I he liidhiiit rolnr come mid ;o, wilb liding Hoin Iipi-heini, nc if it ueic a iiiiinins mrsst'iispr In tli.il jj l.id pompe. Rut t-lirs is no innio mid llie fonil ees lli.il h.in crcn her will fee her no inme! A hllli) uhile liefoie sho died, in nn inlemil of, miii, flip desirdl a hiit In In nig a minor, lhal lit' tniilhl behold ill'! in,igcs dispute li.id wrought. Hit iciptpsl uih ciiiiiIimI mid npcr sli.ill I Ini gcl ihcsrenc uhich cii'iipd iIip polemii iiioniiioiis wiili which it as fiuusln.' Lkttku rnojt a Pi! I KM). T...

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. — 22 September 1837

NOT THE (J LORY OF CKSAHJ II V T THE WE I, F A HE o F HO M E. BY II. B, STACY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 22, 1837. VOIv. XI No. 535 From the Providence Journal. Wo copy iIid subjoined stanzas, with the prefatory remarks, from tho Boston Ccntinel of yesterday, ond would observe for the benefit of all concerned, thai they originally Appeared in this paper on the 14th of April, 1023, with the following caption, viz: "The Kinu or the Bat .0 pleatant new song, in imitation of Ihr. German Ballads, (Faithfully I rausfuted from the Narrngnnset dialect.)" It is from the pen of n fellow townsman, who.hos nequired a high reputation, and one that he well merits, for his ardent love for. 'and his cultivation of, the Fun1 Art?, his various literary productions, and hinumerous poetic effusions; among the lighter of whicfjt may be ranked the sub joined, and "Old Grimes." An the form er hat crossed the Atlantic, and received a London dress, it will undoubtedly now bo approved at home, and extensively cop i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 September 1837

(EOltflVCOS. HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. The (MIA I II Riiiiouuced 1 1n following C out lemon as having In."'!! nppniniod tiium ben df llii! respective Standing Commit tees, pursuant to tin; order ol Ihn House, VIZ ! Of Ways anil .lVin?. Messrs. Caniliro leng. McK'in. Owens, Sergeant, limner, Joins, ol Virginia, Fletcher, of Massachu. n'i'-. AtliiTton, and Rhult. Ol' Clnimi Messrs. Whit I Irsov, of Ohio, Grennell. Chambers, Darlington, Graham. Russell, Citinplinll, of Tennessee, (Hurls, nnil Carter, of Maim'. On Commerce. Messrs. Smith. Phillip., .1'jliii-mii, of Lonisonin, Ciislunan. Do Grnfl', lire, Tolaiitl, Curtis, nnd Mason, of Virginia. On the. Puhlir Lands. Messr?. Boon, Williams, of N. Cnrolum, Lincoln. Casey, Cli'inmnn, I Iarritnn, Anderson, Duncan, mill 'I'urncy. On the Post Office- Messrs. Connor, I'riMos, Hall. Cleveland, Hopkins, lluhloy. Cnllioun, of Koiitiiclsy, Palmer, and Wor thtngton. Of lllcd'wns. M.vsrs. Buchanan. Grif fin, Hawkins, Kilgnre, Maury, Towns, Brnnson, ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 September 1837

IStN'MMMf' 'FT fPklHO !? I Wii'lncM imeinle.1 for litem liy the. ..or. I'oci, who, 4Si Uj iX.UAi Wk M A Nrf' liy tio incj.iiioa lliiyhiiv(i forced lipnii ihi) cominu. I Ulv.havo.nado Mil. cul.ui.ilou rli.Si.ffr." FRIDAY IHOUNIXH. SKI'THMUKU 22. I V,; nru glad In find sumo of the most all man r in tmi-: "MAixn.y The result of ihc slnlc election in Maine, is ti.trcl ty less nMonlsliin,' 10 the. Whig llwn lo their opponents. Wc knew indent lli.it light had dawn cil in ilic K.ut J tut to overcome 11 miij'iiity of nine thousands one jcurr win n.ore ny one could reasonably expect, ll is cicn to, however. Not only liuvo llie Whigs used tip the 0231 ninj'ii ily against them last tear, lint elected llicir governor, Edward Kent, by n majority of 1000 olcs. All I lie towns lull eight nie heard fioin, nnd those can. not change the tefiilt. It is not icndeicd ccitain jet which parly will prevail in the legislature, The chances me more than equal, however, that the Whigs will haven majority in li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 September 1837

Then.' ho is!' was buzzed through tin1 crowil in 1 hi? luill. 'Holy Virgin! ho hn- a clulil in liiii arm-! Bambino (Vmmm.'' Such were- thoexolnnialions of wonder nnd mtprirunsiltpy made n Intm for my pfi.-iiif nml I win in I Im1 presence of the grand duke whii n opiMi roil Id hi! in a Main ! gront cxoiti merit. 'Il is the 'nine person !' pxclniuiPil I'm' duke. "Joules.--, am yon mil I In pmtj who put n packet into my hnmR about niiatlcr ol" mi hour since ?' 'I nm tho person. niir highness.' replied I, as 1 palled tniil smithed thu I nyltloneU child. 'Who gave it to you?' 'M.iyit please your higbncFS, I do not know ' What nhilil is that ?' Mny it please your highness, I do not know.' Whore did ymi irct it ." Out of ihai "basket, vntir highncis.' Who gave you tin' hn-lii'i?' '.May it please your lug Utivm. I do not know.' Von nro trifling with mo. Ret him bu Ernrr.lii'd ' 'May it nlcasp your highiips, I will save llipui that tumble if nim of I hi; ladies will lake tho in In ill . 1 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 September 1837

NOT THE GLORY O F C A3 H A 11 ; 11 U T THE WELFARE OF HOME. BY M.B. ST ACT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 29, 1837. VOIi. XI No. 536 l4Nia ; -.V ... V! V"- The following most beauiiftil lines oro from (he -.Aiigurt ninnlicr of lll.trkwood: THE OHEEN WOOD SHRIFT. OuisiretHird beneath ilic Ic.ify t lindo (If Windsor Foieal'd tltrpcdt gl.ulo, A living uu in mi laj : Three little rliildii'ti tnnni! he r stood, And litem went iii fimn tlio gt ecu wood A wo fill u.iii thai (J.iy. "O mnllicr !" wai I lie milled cry. "O mother, mullicr ! do mil die, Anil lease in till nlune." "My lilesml babes 1" she Irird lo eat, But 1 tie faint iiccpii!? died iiwny In u low cubing moan. And then life slnind hard with dealli, And bitl anil stion;; she dicw her breath, And up flie inifed hfr head; An'l peciln ihiotih t lie deep wood mnzo Willi ii Inn, thsirp, unearthly i7.e, "Will lie not oine1" she saiJ. Juct then, the parting houghs between A little maid's light I'm in was fern, All hicathless wilh licr speed; And f...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 September 1837

( I U A V MORNING, SEPTUM UKR 20. '''o.Nonr..!f. It is now intimated (hat ngrcss will adjourn on the Otli October. 10 bills for wilhnldiug tho fourth instal nt, fur extending the time on duly id.-!, mid authorizing thu issue of Troas- notes, have passed 1 ho Senate and nrc w under discussion in tho IIousc--a!l of deli it is believed will pass. The sub usury bill s n"v: before the Senate, and Into i? considered doubtful, The cor--pon Jcnt of dm Huston Altos soya the unto will he about equally divided upon . It m of little consequence- to the mi nistration, however, whether this bill scs or not, as the eyslcin is already prac. illy in operntion, and die people mus lo ilia lust of another experiment. All i measure proposed arc for the benefit tho office-holders. When these arc . rricd, Congress will adjourn, nnd "the vernment" will console the people with i sage admonition of tho Jockass when i diiuccd anions thu chickens "let every mo lnli rnrnnf himself." At tho commencement of the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 September 1837

their whnck. The ofiiccrs said ihnt l!ie prhnncr lint! given (hum half itn''Mi wrong directions, und although lie had been locked tip lor boiiiq days, thurc lind been no inquiry al'lcr him. A fourth officer, wlin had just entered tli c Justice-room, said "I know thn prison or, my Lord, to bo a common pickpocket, lie is not six months! out of Bridewell." Buy Make room tliere. nnd let tin! have u look at llml ere man. Now mind what you eay, my good goullonum, uro you sure It's ni" you mean ? Policeman. No doubt of it ; I have had you myself. I!ov. I'lcaso vnu. niv Lord, voti'vo cot Fomo'shocking bad people about you. If ever I seed (his individual nforo, 1 hope I may never go to heaven, thut'd ull. (Laughter.) The Lord Mayor --Why, almost all (he police know you. Depend upon it, if you go on in tins way you will bo soon train sported. Boy. They may poke mo about in this world, my Lord, but I'm blessed if some bmly won't poke iboin about in Ibu next They've nil come for'ard and swore o...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 September 1837

200 ttbls Rochester City Mill Flour, from New Whonl, (or vnU bv FOLLEFT & JJRADLEYS. Snt. '-'L I0J7. Pin HE rnbseribcrs will pay cash fnr Wool JL delivered lit llin Slotiii Mure. DM Don: FOLLETT Ar MIADLEYS. ntiilinglon.Hcpt. Ill, 111.57. V Pencils, Loiter Pa per, India Rubber Quills. Crayons, Rod Waters, Col'rd Wafers, Trurii-r nrptit Wafers, Ink ami Inl: rowdcr-i, Drawing Paper ami Hoards, itold nnil Silvor Paper, India Inl:, gold Uortlorinir, Paints, I!rtihuJ, Pen Knives. Visiting Cuds, fir., fur sale at lliu Variety Shop by Sept. I?.'. I'Axomir.N .V liniNKM m. iieil Wafers lor sale in Round Ilnmllus at tho Variuly Simp. Sept. "2. P.wunnisN & HatNSM .n. MST HAY. i T1 AM E into the encio. & vS sure of tho Mih-cri- bur on or about the ISih ilny of Juno last, u bay ' H Horse ('o!t, nbout three rlZi&hzT&LtVlS!''..,,,..- ,,1.1 l.lnrlf m, it in ntwl natural tail. Tho owner is requested to call, prove proper! s, tnv ounrges nnd Hike linn ti'vnv. ulias hartlktt. Jeric...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 October 1837

NOT THE O IiOKY OF CKSAU; N V T THE WELFAKE OF ROME. BY Iff.!!. ST ACT. F 12. 5 DAY, OCTOBER, G, 1837. VOBi. XI No. 537 Tim noblest imiionul Lyric is goticrnlly conceded tobo Drake's "American Ping." Here is a lyric by Holmes, without Mi faults, and rnnnlliiiEr its beauties, li wns written at I tin timo when some Goth's proportion to break up the bravo old frig of Us mhjuct. Tlu- la-t ftnnsi, especially, lias a forc onil power which wo havo nev er KCt:n excelled. Ay, ipnr Iiit lullrrrd rn?ia down f l.tioi has it mited on Inch, Ami in.uiy .lit ee bus il.mt.utl to eco That limner in tlic skv. Ik'npiilh il run;; lll! ti.tlllt! flionl, An. I littist (lit! cawum's ruitr Tlie mrirnr of ilit! ciT.ni uir Shall mt(ci iliu clouds nu more ! 7lcr derk, oni'c red tvilli hproV liluml, Whete knell die tiiniiilii'il fun, When winds wciu liuniiii; nVr llie flood, Anil tvutp une uhite helotv, No tnnit" fliall fi'cll i In viriiii'n trend, Orbowllui rtttujupi t d knee Tin1 Iiarptpni ff llit t-1 i i ) i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 October 1837

V It I I) A Y M O II N I N (5 , (0 I'OHKIt 0 Co.noiii:w. The proceedings of the Fpooi'il session of Ci)D;rr'i, will in nil prob.ibdi'y, ho brought to n close mi Men. ilsy the 91 Ii of October next, A resolution to t lint rfii'ct. linn nlroaily passed I lit! Sen ate nnd hos been pent to the Hotio for concurrence. When the day of niljotirn mcnt arrives liulo will have been done e. copt to postpone the instalment of the sur plus revenue, pnynplo on the 1st ilny of October next, ond to grant nulhoriiy for the issue of ten millions of Treasury Notes. Thcc measures will relieve the U, S. Treasury anil prevent Secretary Woodbury from slopping poymcnt. Thi lone the country will In left to lake enro of itself nntl Conjjrr.se will ndjnnrn. 1'. S. 'J'lio Ilmio hns fixed the loth bp the tiny of ndjoiirnnient, The Senate probably concur. Gnonc?tA.--Tlio Governor of this Stale is chosen biennially. The election took- place on the 2d hist. Tho Whig cnediditi is George It. Gilmer, a grille rr.an of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 October 1837

JSS STRAY. f"1AMI'5 inio the cuclo. r-tvyrff sure of (lie stibrcri ffit'tWil bor on r nboiil iliu UIili f If Horse Cult, about three MKXAyiZ years did, block niititi ninl natural lull. The owner is requeued lu coll, prove properly, pnv charge" nnd tnke bun nwny. ELLIS BARTLETT. Jeritho Centre Sipt. 9, l'JJ7. rfpHH members oi ilia Vermont Mutunl Jl. 1'ire Insurance Company nro hereby notifieil that the following assessments bavu been made by the Directory, on ail notes in force, on the billowing days, to wit : Nov. Dec. .Inn. March March 10, i!, 13, II, 20, 10, 1030, I 1-4 nf 1 per cent, I O It II I. II I ,j I. I. II II 1 '1 ' I It II II It II l"l " 1M7, Muy Milking; 3 per cent. assessment for the yenr; which is lo bo cast on the origin nl amount of tlic premium note, without relorenco to any endorsement, nnd the niiiio lo he paid to ihc Treasurer nt his of (ice in il out poller, on or before the l"lh day of October, lf!37. An opportunity will be presented to lorwnrd useesMiients by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 October 1837

A CONTRAST, Ml nations from tlio remotest ncs, hnvc hail , ships but Columbus only found out tlio way to i Amcrtcu. Before the tnnu oftlic great Spanish ( navigator, people were only enabled to psuhllu about tho shores, .list ro with tlic Life Med icinus. It is but two idiort years since 1 first ventured upon tin unknown ocean, and I have discovered the precious object I was in search of tir.Ai.Tit. Vegetable medicines were, indeed j known wlien I commenced my fioarch hut their j use w as not. Hy the use of them, I have not omy passed from the dejected invalid, to the hale, hear- j ty and active man of business, hut. comparatively I opoaktiifii I have lcnewed my youth. I c.in thin, ' with confidence of my own experience, advise t with my fclluw-cilizoni. Does the render want j proof that tho Veactablc Life Mtdicinus arc suit. able to his own case? 1 have on file at myollice, flU Broadway, hundreds of letters, from sonic ot tho most respectable citizens of this my native land, volunt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 October 1837

'fit J NOT THE CliOllV O F C A'. S A It J U T T II E W H I. F A KE O F 11 O M E. 15 Y H, B. STACY. Kroin tins Now York Amoricnti. A LESSON. Ciinie here, mv buy : il spc'h you dazzling mm, I'tisi t'u t c! iti' null n fluoil iiNminiiig lijjlil Wlint distance dnl limn ill i 11K U,U from A mile I iniv-lbink nipiin run- miles diil'st a1 My cliiM. my clt til ill H mc-liiy mm, uliosc uctims Slicil Mich a lustre im this orlil f om si 1.4 ilUtnul fiom in the realm of space, Millions oh minimis; mill his poml'i oii- oib Is no itmncmP, lliul t-ltt.nltl it conic viiliin The ilil.inee J on insign'd, lite whole blue nrrlt Of llpiieu would he employ M In in him room, Ami lin completely hidden rmin our sijlu. Thou fpcVi iliti I li3 "film firmament. Ami lliinU'fl llimi M'l-Vi ilic limiiiil'i ics of ill ilomo Aije on ngM "'I'll i'" ' I"'1' main, Would mil mi flint; dice to exploie ill deptlii, Though on the (ladies of die liahtiiintf borne, Or mi llu; pinions of llie,-liafis of lialil. M'lieic me mi ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 October 1837

iho People. &c. &c. Such arguments, ho aid, ought lo ho excluded from the Senate, tindc- the 4th Rulo (rejjolnt ing admission upon the floor of Ihn Senate.) Ho accused Webster of hoving denoun ced him, instead of having answered him wlmnco ho concluded thai ho was unaii eweroblc. He mninlnincd that his proposed national currency was the very panacea fur all evils; nod thnl nnbody 1 1 .1 1 1 shown that it ton mil so. Ought not Calhoun in the first place lo show, thai it is? He gave no inleres'tng historian! f-kd cl) nl the several national bank vropniiliims brought forward at (he short russton of 1014; with a view of explaining nod vin dicating his conduct on occosinn. I here ore I wo versions of that matter ; we shall have. I I'xpect. nnot her and a different sketch of Calhoun's conduct at thnt Hint. He declared, with groal solemnity, llint he hod no hostility in t tic banks, only to the banking system ! He. wns no enemy to (he exiting bank, hut only In thnl system upon whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 October 1837

niont since hcf said marriage with the slid John. Ami nrnviriir I lint t ho bnnds nl mni riniuny between tin- said Petitioner and the said John may by decree or llie Supremo Court be disolvcd. and a Bill of divorce from l ho bond of Matrimony with said John, granted !" her To John Kim art of Washington in the Di Irirt of Columbia . GREE TING By the otiihoriiy of the Sni'o ol Ver tnont you aro hereby commanded lo make your appearance before ihe Supreme Ouri next to be Iiolden nt Burlington in tin County of Chittenden and Slate, of Ver nmnt, nn the Thursday next preceding the first Tuesday of January, A D. 10311 then and there to show cause, if nnv you love, wily lilt" iirav'T " '": mini i ii.m.ii.-. hould not be granted, nnd further In stand lo and abide such order, direciion and decree I heroin, as to the said Court shall seem meet; nnd in case of default the kq id Court will proceed rxparty. And whereas, i' being mado lo appear to me, that the said Kuicarl lives without thin S'ate,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 October 1837

T THILE lie rciurns thanks Tor past i favors nnil bogs a cont inuunci; ol 1 1 fame, u'oiilil inform I In; public t tint 1 continues to manufacture all kind? ol Hung I" order, oiul will do r opn I riti short not ice. Ucntlctneii's clothes nncil from pilch, paint, grease, &.c ving t Ik? in neatly pressed, with a boft I beautiful finish. Ifnny of I ho rpots appear tlu'V will be removed free ol argo. I Jo h.i s on hand n good assort nt of coats, pantolooas waistcoats, top cloaks wrappers, and Hoy's Clothes ' -o a small n-sortni'-nt of second hand ithes llais, Caps Riots, Shoes, Shirts, "'(lis, and it grout variety of other useful I tries: cheap Mr ca.-h, or exchanged for V kind of clot hiii-', cloths, or produce. N. 15. As he can lit! .so easily paid, lie ilea those whine accounts tiro duo will .ail themselves of the first opportunity to , -charge ihciii. Itur litir tin. Sept. CO, in.17. 3w FIRE! FISIE! rTUIE members ofiho Vermont Mutual J. Fuc Insurance Company nro hereby itificd t...

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