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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 13 December 1842

ffeopte Xn tfu's JJaprr arc jwfilfsfirtr thc 33u6Itc rfccnf, itcsoluttons, Xafos, JJuliItc Srcattca, Uanftrupt 5iottccs 22tc. oE thc 2Jmte& States, 23n ttuliorttr. H. .BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. PECEMBER 13, 1842. VOL, VIl-NO. 32. wht r f .".TJBLISHED EVERV TUESDAY JIOENING AT XOHTH ESD OF THE HKIDCE, BY J. COBB JR. hy whom all orders for printing, Books, ?amphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of evcry dcs oription will bc ncatly and fashionably ex ecutcd, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. r.llasc.ubKriber. 82,00 4i jiiBubscrincrs, ... ... .,uu . nvijnaiinaCJimpanlci trhotakc althe offiee, $1,75, or i(.V)centsif paldln slx monihs. C.impanie on tagc routes, .... $1,75 riioge wbolake of Pnjtridcr-s ... 2,00 lf notpaid at tli? end of thc year $2,25. ji . ,a;"rj jHcnnlinucd uniilarrearagcsarepaid, cxccpt at tncn'itinaofthfi propriPiAf. o parincntttoC'arriers al. Imve 1 ercept ordcrod by the propriclor. coimiianicationsmust beaddrcssedto the editor Tost Pa:d. L...

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. — 13 December 1842

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. T" :he Senc ati Howc cf Represeritalices ot the United Slalet: 'e hnrc rontitiued nasoo to cxprcssr.u' -r,,frvnJg'n:itudeto lhc great Crentorofal! j'lir.Cror mimbeilcss benefiis confwrcil up. on vi as a P. ople. Pkfsrd witii genial sea fono. the husb-mdman has his garner tnd -jiilli r.bunclanpe.nnd tlio necessancs of Iiff, rol to speak t.f il Iuxuric-, abound n every .hr.ction. While in smre other nuiioii s'esdy nnd icdusirious laborc.ni haidly fim .il n. ni snbiistence. the urealest cwl ...i.:t. hnvr. 10 encounler is a surplus of bevnnd ihe homs demand. which leeks.and with difllculiy fir.dj, a pariial mar kt in olher regions. " The hcallh of the f-,.,mirv. with narlial cxceptions, liis fnr ihc pavt ytinr bccu v.vll prescrvi d ; and under thior' ftne nnd wise intituiion, tho United Snte-i nru rapldly advnncinir tonids ihe eonfumntion of llic high destii.y which nn ovcrru'ing Providri'cp. sppws to have mark cd ou: fc.r them. Expmpt from domestic convolsinny. and...

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. — 13 December 1842

fmiu i m Kuinnp.- fr.:m tha Iars? indebt- Jc'mfs cf ilic Su.tes and Vlie iffppc.rary lccbiiitv of soinc tf tluiiMo n.cet the :n-! ieivi on their rfebts. The v.wr and 1 CU islrous proVration of 'li Unit. d Staies Kank of Pennsylvania, iiad co:.t ibuted j jiir"elv toin rere tlie sjiiiiiiikiii o uis-; t ust I v reason f ihe lo's and rtil j s.is- I . . r .11 . .cr.. l l . i. i.i... r ..- ,...i- i. taineu uy tue iiomcic ui i iwun, a i.ue nr noriion 01 1 iijjocjs, mi.i inanv of uif'.n tiers aH';u ignorant of our pr.liiicil crganlzatio.i, and of our actual resp isib;Ii' es. h was tbe auxious c!e 5irc of l'..c Ex cutive ihat, in tlie efilirt lo n-rrotiate iheloin abrnad, the Ameiiran negotiafr might b3 aob to point ilie inn 'e lender to ilie fund mortgag.-'d for ihe redemption ofthc prin ripal and inter esi of any ioan !io mig it contwct, and tlierby vindicate the Govtrnment frain al suspicion of ba l faith pr inabil tv to aiecl us engagenienls. Congress tlifFer ed from the execuiive in ibl...

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. — 13 December 1842

CnnnKEfl Y nnd GLASS WARE. Lookin-Vlasses and Grocerie, a large LooKin --llinir ofrcheap by stock just rec.. - - vpis. Oct.24. . il J&a APPLES, for saleat T.C.SMITH'S. 7.S1 2. The vwsU highlij Anprovcd Mcdicino now ingener al use for Oughs, Colds, and all Ciscases of the I .ungs. PTfeilK VEGETABLE PULMONARY g BALSAM is beHeved lo be the must popular medicine ever known in Amcrica, for LW.s, Culds, AsthmaorPl.lh.sic, Cousump non," Whooping cough, and Pulmonary Aflection ofcvervkind. . , ' tExtracts fiom Cerlificales Dr. Samuel Morrill of CoucnrJ, N. 11., wntes '-that heissatisfie.lthe Veg.-Ut.lc Pulmonary TW.-..1.1! is a valuable medijine, baung becn used i:h complcte success in cases which bad previ ouj.lv resis'cl the most approvcd pr-scriptions " Dr. Truman Abc'l of Lerapstcr, N. H., writes that ha coufidently recommends its use in all coniplaiiis ofthe'chcsts, cqual.lfnot superior IU ai.J Vinr.i uii-u.."". - n . Dr. Amory Huntingof Franklin, Mass.,wriles lliat afler having pr...

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. — 21 December 1842

JtlwMetora Xn thfs Uajer arc jmfcltshrtr tfie 13ttWtc rtrcrs, Hreoluttons. Hatos, EuWt'c Creatfcs, Banferuiit Bottccs 23tc. ot tftc 3mtcir Statcs, JJa Sutliovftg. H. BELiL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. DECEMBER 21, 1842. VOL. VI1-NO. 33. ,j ruuv.isiir.Li mjiKX TUESDAY MOKMNG AT JTOETU ESD OF KiHE BIIIDCE, BY J. COBB JR. bjr wiiom all ordcrs for printing, Booksi l'jmphlets, Bills, Cards, Szc, ofevery des tription will be ncatlyand fashionably ex tcuted, at sliort noticc. TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. ftlla'eaubseribers, 82,00 Itiil BUbscribers, ,livldaalaiidConipanle wliotakeatthe office SI.7S, ' r I.SOcentiifpaldln six monthi. rmnpanies on stage routes, .... 81,75 Ytrae who take of Poatriders, ... S2 00 ifnotoiid at Ihe end ofthe vear 55. 1 Kipilieri lUcontinueduntilarrearagcsarepald, except at inc.i.-ii'.iiui i.ic Hiopncior. nopavmentstouarners al, 1.1-ve.Ietceptordcrtd by the monrielor. titcnn n inicallonsniustbeadJresjedlo the edltorl'osT AGRICRLTUAL. I,ETTER FROM HON. II...

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. — 21 December 1842

ir THE TREATY. Yiw Couricr and Enquirer publishcs a 5-:irr of which the fol.'owing is lho main j-an, pmreysing to gie rtn iusight into ihe j.rcret of lho Treaty latcly cjnriade'J with lirenl IJtitatn : W.V-n I.orJ AsMurtcn r.frhcJ at Wash-J.-s::a. ! oo' an eariy day to opc.i thc j-Tt nf his a-isRion ; and with thal frar.l:. n k -!)ich rmrkej his whole c.o;:r.;c thro'. .11:1 ii:p tirgrciation( hunjvis-'d Mr Wt:b.lci i5it .hc. nature of hii iT.Mreciio:. foib.ido :t is vivlditr-; any purlion of ihc di-putc:1 ter 7:ory nnn nf tlc lne of Mgiil.wlt, claim nl bylhe BriiisU iiovcnimc:.: Ia be thelruc J .i.'ary. Tt.is uf courre prescnlcd tho queslloii in 1. crv scriiius light ; aml Mr Wubter vr.-y iroiip!iy informad Iiis LordsVp lliat he miit ciihcr ce ron l-'i's tienund or le t:iv.tl: his missfrn. As Kis insiructions iens peremptory, he was about tn ch-e liis ini.Mun of peacc, nnd wnr bctnccn thptuo fo-ii-iriun npp?.ircd iricilnb'.c ; nbrn Mr. '.V.'uiter pcr3U:idcd him to enter inlo a full ...

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. — 21 December 1842

td-(by a (wo-lhirds vote :) Ycas 13B, Nays Thc bill which providcs that the repeal 6hall not affect nny cass whcre apphcation was made beforc 5th inst. was twicp rcad, crdcred printed. and postponcd till Tuesdav of ncxt wcek. Mr. Undcrwood said he was desirous that thc stibjcct of the resolution of Mr. Botls (oivcn abcre) sliould be invcsligated, and hc thcrcfore moicd a suspcnsion of the rulcs Ibr tho receplioa of thc resolution ; nctativcd, two-thirds not voting thcrefor) Yeas 109, Xays 78. 'Potkcted' EHltRpcal rfBavkrupl Liw JppropriaUon B'dlChaolain, Corrcspondcnca of Tho Tribuiic. Wjshisgto.v. Wcdncsdav, Dcc. 14. In S.wate, to-day, pelitions wcrc prcsent-, r.l liv vnrtrma nntnrj ! l-eave wase.sked nml oUtoinca ior m.l. ... , .........,. ...!..:.. i trouuct.onol sereral wiw. ",; , wercthe followiii"- ISy Mr mTi ior iiic , crt ine ioiioniii. ) m,.- seziiement o: Uuviii:u.n:i.n. nc!iusctts;by Mr. fJralinm tur itic srinr.ic. ion nf daiiiM fur niilcmnitics for !oss ofI.i- vcs on bca...

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. — 21 December 1842

rREPARE FOR WJNTER. STOVES, STOVES, TOVI ri1IlE Bubscribcr Iias opcncd a Slore for A. sale of Stoves, Stove riPE, Tin Ware, Hollow Wakk, Cauldkoss 8cc. in the buil.lins formerly occupicd by J. S. Sejmour a'lfal Slore, next door lo A. fc IV. S -Johnson'. It is a truth not lo bcdenieJ, llut Stoves can bcsold at a lowcr rate Ihan Ihcy have becn. The snbscriber Ihink: no good rcason can be asiiiej in the pr.-senl state of uioney affiirs, foi the maintainance of old jiri c s upon stoves Jtc. Praduco is low, anj llic farmers ask that othcr thing-t should Le propor tionably Ijw. Justice requires that thpy fhould approxiinatc towards tlio tiincs. 'I he subscribcr ivill sell Stoves cheaper ihan cver before ofter cd in this marke t ! His vare is of l!io Conant -caiting, smoolh and heavy. tlc !ias on liand .No. I Yanfcee Notion lnipr-ircd. u 2 u i ji 3 n it ( ... 5 . . "Rotary Stovc from 8 to 515. Box Stoves ol al! s'-zes fii.Klicd pntlnru Atch Parlur Stoves, all sizes and beaulifu paitern. Pu...

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. — 28 December 1842

tfee n tftfs JJajJtr arc jmulfolirti tfte.tfuWtc rttcra, Kcsolutfons, Satos, JJuuItc Crcattw,s2inltrupt Jiotfccs Etc. of thc tEJnftrtr States, 23a Stmhon'tn. H .BEHLj Edifor and Propriefor. MIDDLEBURY VT. DECEMBER 28, 1842. VOL. VIl-NO. 34-. SOUTH EXD OF THE CRIDGE, BY J. COB B JR. ,j whom all orders for printing, Booksi Pimphlets, Biils, Cards, &c, of every des. if-ni .i j rl.:-l.l.. ,npiioa wiu do neauj anu lajmuuau.j t;uted, at short noticc. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. f,llaseubicrlben, 3-." llill gubwcribcri, ... ... LliiiridiiIiiil(''"panick whotikt allhe olSce, Jl,7i, or i.SDctnHif paidin tixmonlbi. rpanie on tta;e romr, .... 81,75 r,,4-wfi"ta!tt of '(utridTf, ... J'-',0U ti't iltonnrt'if proprielor. No pavinentPtoUirrier. al. . re 1 4 tcptnrder'd bf the pioprlrlor. I 'nnariuUa.lonsiatntbeaiiilrefMdlo the edltorl'ofT fl. MISCELLANEOUS. JVam thc Unltcrtalist fyLaditt Rcpotitory. Eftc EWlasc Sclioo.mnstcr. BV"illSS S. C. EDGARTOX. ConcludM. Thc timepassed so agrceably in co...

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. — 28 December 1842

tnn's Airluos ! If it he. tha highest benc f.rtar denandstbe warmest returns ofgrat i:,i(!c, love nnd prnisc. Ii)gratum qui dix .rit.omn.adixit.' Ifaman wanls th.s vir-u- !.cro there are mfinite obligatiorw lo , xcite nnd quickon it, ho m be likely lo vant a!l olhers towards his fullow crcalures, wlioso utmo.t gifis nre por comparcd I to tbose he daily reccives nt ihe hands ofhis nL-erJUi!ing Almighty Friend. Remein !!.(!Tlby Creator in tho days ofthyyouth, isliig wim the deepesi wis W -.The fear n.rthe Lord istln beginin;: of wi-dom nnd nn ipri"ht hcart that is undersanding. Tl.is is ciernnlly true, whcther the wits and -rakrs of Cambridge allow it or not- Nav, l .,..,f nrMnf ihis re!inn.is wisJom, 'Her uays aro ways of plcnsantncss, and all hcr paths are peace,' whatever your gcnuemu.i i.f pleasure think of a har!ot and n boltle, a l..l:itcd hcalth and tmucrcu cwauiuuu.. i nM TaKt. thureforc. b this !iecl'an ..f fmnnJnnss. and reIirion. You will oftrn want it in the times of most ...

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. — 28 December 1842

(hc Madisonian. IIc wishcs to siay nnd ccclho fightlhat iscoming ofi with tho Lccos in thc Granitc Stato. GONGRESS. TntTESDAr. Dcc. 15, 1842. SENATE. Tho Senate, a.rlcr a fcw momcnU of opcn scesion, wiibout cnlcring on any important business, c.'oscd its doors for Execulive mallers, and adjourncd at an carly hour. IIOUSE. On molion of Mr. Fillmore, the House josolved itsclf into a Commiileo of thc Whole, and took up tho Civil and Diplomat ic appropriation bill. After thc reading ofsundry iicms of th bill. at 3 o'clock the committces rose, and rcportcd progress. Reports from thc Secreiary ofthe Trcas. uryand tho Commissioncr of the Gcncral Land Oflicc wcre reccivcd, and ordcred to bo printed. Tho IIousc thcn adjourncd. Mr. Tappan, on lcavc, inlroductd a joint -resolution proposing an amendment to thc Constitutida of thc United Statcs, so as :o limiflbo termof officc ofthe judges ofthe Supremo and inferior courts. This resolu tion was read and niadc thc special order of tho day for th...

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. — 28 December 1842

,in migagiC . . ..i .11 .i..i.i;nn onrl Ut nature inita rilEPARE FOR WIliTER. STOVES 9 fKlIE tuibscribcr has opened a Sterefbr I sale of Sstoves, 5-tove l-ir-s:. a ii Wiite HuLfiW .Vare, Caulur-i.ns Jco. in tl.e l.u,ldin's f.-ruieily orcup.ed by J. S. Sejmour a Hat Slore. next daor to A. i: W. S Johnson'.). It is a trulh not tu bedsnieJ, Ihat Stoves can bcsold at a lower rate ttim tl.ev hive been. The snbseribcr Ihinks no ri-ud rr-jHon ran b as;?ii-il m the pn-saiil etate of oncv aiTaiis.foi the maintainat.ee of oldpri. ci upon stovrs ic. Produc-i is low, and tlie farn.t-rsi.-'k tlut .ther Ihing should be prop.ir-tio-iably uiv. Justi"e rcquircs ibat Ihey should aH,-i.ximtc lowards tbe Uiiim. 1 be subscriber will seil Stoves cheaper than ever before ofter cd in ihis market! Hisware is cf thc Conant cattinp. iiiiooth and h'avv. 11c has on liand No. I Yankee Noiion ImprnTed a ' w II M " .. 5 . llot.iry Stovc from 8 to 815. Box Siovcso! :1! zes finislied pattfin. Arch Parlor Siotbs, all...

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. — 4 January 1843

MBUtbm Xn tlifs JJ.tper are jittUtehc tfir JJuWt'c rtrcrs, Jvcsoluttons, Snfos, JJurjUc Ereattes, Bnnftrupt Jiottccs Etc. oe tfic JEJm'tcir States, 2Jn StutUoritn. H, J3ELL, Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JANUARY"4'1S4 VOL. VI .-NO. 35 mht S !DDL13IlfcD EVEUY WEDNESDAY MORJUKG NORTH EXD OF THE BlilDGK, BT J. COBB JR. by whom all orders for printing, Books, Paraphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every des cription will bc neatly and fashionably ex ecuted, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. VHIteiubcrlDcrs S3 00 Mallul)criber, j'od iijiviauaiiinuuuipiinieh wno taKc tttna offlee Sl 7S or l,50ccntBlf paidtn ilz montbs. ' Ctimpaniei on stage routes, . . . Sl 75 Tlnie wlio lake of Poslrldert, . ti'oO lfnotpildattheendofthcyear33,!!5. ' .liaijeniJUeontinnediintilarrearaKCiarepakl.eicept at Iieo-jtlonnf lliepropriclor. iVop.-mnentntoCamen al. luwcaciccjiiuruiTni oy ine pinprlelor. . Hu.4...wU.WH.Uut umccaio ine eaiiorrosT AGRICULTURAL. L.VRD OIL AND CORN-STALK SU GAR. fn an ...

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. — 4 January 1843

ymi oflhe North are begininR to dhide. We hare conqurcd yoti once and we can, and tce icill conqucr you again. Aye Sir, we will drivo you to lho wall, and when we have you there ouco morp, we mean to leepyou there. nnd nailyon down like base money " FOREIGN NEWS. From the ProTidence Journal. foreign intelligence. Yesterdav's mail brousht us full particu lnrsof the higlily important i.itelligenco ofjAkbarKhan had wlucii we puunsnea me ouinncs ycsiernny. liimrn-ss had grcatly nvived, and cvery I cvery ihing wore o moro chcerful aspect, in con. fcemltMico ofthe cbsa of tha war bolh in Ohir.n and in India. and of the ODenino- of tlw irnc'e ofthc latter counlry. CH1NA. n i i i , r , incnvcnanu man reacnea lyndon on i. .! i, :,i, ii, : . :r. mntion that a treaty clmlrrl with China. Kii' iiii. i ioi i miw 1 lail l lillWI- of ncacD had bo.. ,. Theinlclligencewasbrought toMaltaon 10 lhc Al.'obroge iegion. i nis was in the 13lh inst. from Alexandria. nnd forwar- "03,-wd she took part at the s...

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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. — 4 January 1843

l.avc was not grantcd, objection being 03U0'.... . rMotutions ,f tho Legislaturc of Va. instructmg their Mr. wtsc.on lcavc, HlC3C""- . .u-: inafors nnd requesting thc.r Keprm.. rvcsto use their e.xcrlions for Ihe passage j a bill vcfonding Ihe fine to Gen. Jackson. i, W wnQnrncccdinelosay thattheso 1,9.4 lifiPfl DaSSCU III U 1U IIMMH .pril, that IheLcgislalurc ot virgima ana 'ir ui:.-.rl fhc act of Gen. Jackson to have becn oae justificd by liifpenous no cessity &c. "lien ,ie was ca"cd t0 onJer A liuit 111S scat. Jlr. J. Gampbeii 01 a. u. gave notice 01 niitcd time the operation of the UistrictiDg ftction ot tne Apporuonmeni aci. The bill for thc Repeal of the Bankrupt iCl was then taken up, the question pen ingon tbe amendment of Mr. Cave John n to the motion to commit of Mr. BSgs Mlructing the Coramitlee on the Judiciary 3.morrow at two o'clock to report a bill for ie entire repeal of the law, Mr. Saltonstall occupied his hour m an ,b!e defence of tbe law and opposition to ! r...

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. — 4 January 1843

MEPARE FOR WINTER. STfl i ;"U1E kubscribcr has opcned n Strefor v i nr .smm aiovE pite. 1 in Wahic, IIoLi.ovr Ware, Cauldro.is ka. in Iho l.o'l.I-n furmerly occupieu Dy j. s. oeymour n iial Ktore, next uaoi iu a. a. i - It is a trulli not to bedenied, lb.it Stsves can besolcl at a lower rato than '-hey bave been. The snbseriber thinks no fovi reason ran beassigncd in thc present' stato ni " l . i i m opon stoves kc. Preduce is Iow, and tlie lionablv I3W. Justice requires that ihty fhould will sell Stoves cheapei than ever befbre offer ed in this market His ware is of llie Conalit Jcasting, smooth tnd hcavy. ilc has on hmd Ifo. I Yankee Notion Itupr.ived .( tty 4. 1 .4 3 u 5 - " Ilotary Siove from 8 to 815. Box Stoves ol all stzes fi .ished pattein. Arch Pnrlor Stoves, all sizes and bcautifu paltcrn. Pols, Kettles, Basin?, lron Tea Keltles, Prem. BoiIers.andall llollow ware, gen rraliy found in lifce eslnblishmcr.ti!. Cauldr'ons, No. 1,2. aml3. Slove pipc AT A LOW BATC. Tin waie.atex...

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. — 11 January 1843

ittftMdmr Xn thfs Uaper arc jmfrttsftrtr tftc uftltc rtrcrs, rsoluttons, Zatas, JJuliIfc Ercatfoj, 33anferuj)t 3iottccs Ett. of thc 33nftrtr States, JJ SlutliorCtn. JJ. UEL1L15 Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT JANUARY ll, 1843. VOL. VII .-NO. 36 i 1 1 $ 11 II PITD1I3HHD SVBRS WKDNEIDAY K0EHIMQ JOnXH E3D Of HHB BBIDCJS, BT J. C 0 B B JR. ky whom all orders for printiDg, Books, Parnphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,of every des- tnption will be neatlyandiasuionuu.y . tcuted, at short notice. - TERMS OF THE SEVEI1TH VOLUME. 82.00 2.00 Si.75 &2.00 Village fulciUrt !;! ubcriLr, . . Individua! and Corr.paniei who take at thi el'75orl'50 crntsifpaid in lix moathi. Ccmpanics cn fclage routes. Thote vho take of PostriderB . II rot paid at llieend of tbe year 2, 2. No papers discontinued until arrcarajfes are Paid. exccpt at ilie option oflhe proprietor. No pajnoet ta to Carriers allowed e xcept ordered by thc proprietor. AllconimunicationiDiust be addrested to the editor, Post Paid. - MI...

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. — 11 January 1843

MESMERISM. On Tuisday evening we allended a pub )r. rxhibition ofexperimenuin Mesmerism, ..lias animal magnelism, or phreno.magne. ... nf, V. Klehardsou of ihis village. Aii .hese lerms are used ns descriptive of ihe thing, nnd probibly the last is best, mea. nw by it phrenology and magnelism. In trulTi tl.e thing is far from being reduced lo a fcirnce. and can ihcrefore claim no dcs linclive name.olherlhan ns descriptive ot the phecomcna produced. Tl.esc phenom. ena aro inexplicably etrange. By a few motions of tho hrad and hands ofthe mag nrlizcr. accotnpanied by on intenso desiro i.;. n.nn (hnt the phenomeui shall bo pro- ftiu-pj.the Derson operatcd upon (iu this in-, sianceit was a voung lad of this villagc,a- -jirentice in air.nicuuwcn a .'" " i3 soon thrown into a deep sleep.and all his m;iscl.:sbecomorigid, like those ofa corpse. fn this condition, tho operator has compleo , -power over his subject, plncing his lirr.bs in n nositinn: causine him to tvalk or stand I ai'wili; f...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
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.i,!n-ainrT na nnn mnn. IinlievinfT ;rp W3S nuui-io -i o ihst Mr. Cushing was auaressing ans. rii hominum to thc members present f ihc Dcmocratic party. iilr. lusmng rhred howcvcr, ihat he meantsomcthing Borcand dceper than the spoils, evea the vnstittttion itself. The application of this -rmjment in thc way of infcrrenco was not s'cen and Mr. Cushing will not hcarthe Iast r Mc cnpRch for a Iods: limo. It will be ircatcd a3 a bribo held out by the present Idministration towin support. the return paymcnt bcing the influcncc of the present Idministration to any candidatc and any rarly "ho w'" seo a sfe delivcrance to jr. Tyler and his fricnds. Dec. 28. Mr. Thompson of Iudiana, addressed the IJnusc mainly in roply to tho rcmarks niade vcsterday.by Mr. Cushing. He animad urled yithgreat sevcrily on the shameless arowal made by that gciitleraan that the power of the veto, and the influcncc oftho ptronagc of ihc Governmcnt would be ex trcised to cnntrol cvcntt, and influenco tho fVction o...

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. — 11 January 1843

IfcCommanilerand the boys he intended. t, put to death, and ol tlie ii.g.i auty x to the flag ofmy country. "Right! be exclaimed, "God blessthat fljg and prosper j( !" 'Now, said lie, "give me a quiCK anu ,'., -th " Snenc.T siid to Lteut. Gan- scvoort lliat his courage had bcen doubted ; but lie wMied him lo bear vitnes tliat he ilicd iike a brave man. He asked wiiat wouIdbT tlie signal for hisexerution. I tob lmn that I was dsirous of h isting colors at ihc inMant to sliow that ihe flag of tbe Somers was fixed to the masthead; ani that I intended to b'at the call to lioist col ors an I then r -II off; and ai the third roll a gun vvnuld be fired as ihc signal. He usked leave to give lhe signal. I at once a ceded. He asked ifit was thegun tindei liim. I ti'ld hi n it was -but one removed. ile asked ifit wnu'd be fired by a lock and waf ;r. I was told that preparalions had b-cn made to fire it wilh a mitch ; and im im dia'elv ordered a supplvof live coals an .f esh coals 10 be passsd ...

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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