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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 November 1837

NOT THE GLORY OF CJiUll; IJ V T T II E XV F. I. A RE OF R O M E. BY II. B. STACY . 0"At o litnc when iho curiosity of so many fair rentiers is on llio lip loo of ex citement respecting llio Susquehanna, we nrc induced, to re-publish tlio following short sketch of the LAST DAYS OP A PI RATH. In tho Carribcan sen, mid not far from llio ostonry of the river Snn Juon, nrc sit noted a number of small keys, generally denominated the "Corn lsltintls." They nrc inhabited by a mixed race of English, Spanish. Indian, and Negro; and winch have from the calicst settlement of Iho West India Islands been the resort nf hue cantors, pirates', Under?, and fi-diermon. Lying nl a sufficient distance from the iuatn''laud to be exempted from the eonlin ual storms and ruins for which that noasl i4 ,, ted upon to Iho I ratio winds, whieh by day meliorate tho heats of a tropical tihiiKilc, and by night waft from the ocean rui amply supply of moisture for ihu pro duction 'ami preservation of unini.'riijitco...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 November 1837

F H 1 1) A V M 0 II N I NO, NOVEMBER 24. Tho result of the New York election eccma tn have como upon I lie President ri'iid hi? confidents nt Washington, like a iccl if thunder from a cloudless sky. Cntnbrt'lcng had assured him thai nil uos well in the state, nnd even endorsed the city. The first intelligence therefore, was oliy tiling but comforting; but this the Olobo got over by cursing the banks, the merchants, the aristocracy, &c. nnd, finally thanked th Lord that "the city was not tbc whole Plato." But, nlns, how 6Urcly do the hopes of the wicked perish! The cry was etill "they come," the conquering Whigs. Counties, districts, on Umpire lost! Bring me no more reports nil is lost ! cried tbc successor to his predecessor. "A little more civent, good apothecary ;" nnd mantling up his face, he curs'd, in Dutch ! The groat result will tinyo a great effect iiton tlio politics of tho country, I lie Pieshlcnt nnd llie Cat l net. It is now hclicied line, lli.it Mr. Van Hu ron in hi...

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. — 24 November 1837

Solomon Walker & Co, Have for eolo n largo assortment of Dry Goods, C rockery, Gloss nntl Hord Ware, Wd n largo assortment of Hoots anil Shoes,' Otlo r und Seal Caps, and Collars, . AI.Kl). 10 Him?-. Porto Rico and Trinidad Wo. tasses. 6 'do St. Ctoix Croix & N. O. Sugar. nOOO blf. Luafnnd Lump Sugar. "6 'flags Java and Porto lllco Cofl'eo. nO'Chcste and Half Chests. Hyson, Young Hyson, & Hyson Skin Teas. '50 Boxes and Half Boxes Raisins. 10 Kegs do. , 20 kegs and boxes Tobacco, 100 quintals Cod Fish, or, hhld M.irkcrell. 25 quarter casks Madeira, Sherry and Malaga Wines. 3 bogs Pimento. 3 do Pepper. S00 lbs. Cassia. 6 kegs Pure Ginger. 10 boxes Haul Soap. 10 jars Macohoy Snuff. 5 do. Scotch do. 4 bbls. Cut Tobacco for Smoking. 2 do do do Chewing. 2000 bis Solnr and Steam Suit. 100 bbls Fine do. 25 Sacks do Dairv do. 200 bbls. Nova Scotia Plaster. 20 hhds. pure New England Rum. 4 do St Croix do. 2 pipes Cogniac Brandy. J uo American uu. 2 do Holland Gin. 3 do 'American G...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 November 1837

WHILE ho roiurns thanks fur past fuvors utitl begs ii cuiiiiniiiinci) el tlio same, would inl'iirtn tin! public I tint lie continues to manufacture nil kinds i'l clothing tn order, nuil will do repairing nt short notice. Grhtlt men's clot Jich clcnncd from pitch, paint, grease. Sic leaving tliein neatly pressed, wiih n nofi and bountiful finish.' If nny nl' the spots reappear they will bo removed free i( charge. I In fins nn band n good ofsorl nient of coats, pantaloons, waistcoats, top emits, clones, wrappers nnd Boy's Clothes. Also n sitnilnr nssortmrut of second band clothes Hals, Cups. Hoots, Shoe, Shirts. Btuclss, and n great variety of other useful articles: chenp for ca-h, or exchanged for any hind of clothing, cloths, or produce. N. B. As he can be so cosily paid, he hopes thnso whose accounts lire due will avail lliommlvoa of the first opportunity to dtschnrgo Iheni. Burlington. Sept. CO, UJ37. 3w ROTASwT STOVES frUIE subscriber has just finiehod the long JL called for impr...

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

NOT Til K J I. O It V O F C At S A It : 11 1! T T II U W K I. F A HE O F It O M K. -mammimmmmw&M&nmwjrJTiiiwirKmKrrczKi9m mhii bimiii n nrw rn iTmm-m-m mm m w 1 i. n mi - r iji...., u i i i i... . i . i mn .i ... j.nw h iiuiui ,mhjhhiii ipi.i jipi a. hlp.jp ju bli l w . ,f BMMpF BY STACY. FRIBAY, D250B5MB3TraS5, 1, 1837. VOL. XTNo. 545 FIIHH 1MIFSS OF PICK ltiirlin?iip, Nov. SC. Canada engagement between The loyalists and patriots 16 killed and wounded ! By l lu Si in rn Hunt Franklin, which ar rived nt 9 o'clock ibis morning. w lonrn tlinl nn engagement Ii n taken place be t ween 200 nf the British regulars and tlm Canadians nl Si Dennis, in which tin' In' Ipr wore successful. The loyalists lo' 10, killed nnil wounded, nml two bras, .pieces. Can'. Mnleotn is reported a 'mortally wounded. Tlio patriot loss waj iit known. It appears that the patriots have made n stand nt Si Charles, abom "0 tnie? below Montrnnl, nml ore repairing nn old French fori. Tli';,' 'i(iiii!"".r 'fs'a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 December 1837

BULLETIN No. 2. Tuesday, Nov. 28. DIRKCT FROM ST. CIJ AltLUH. A vnrv ttilnllidonl nelil Ionian who left Sivnnloti this morning, l r 1 n p us news di reel from St. Charles to 10 o'clock A. AI nnd, from. St. MnryV, 14 iniloa frnm St Charles, to 5 o'clock P. M. on Saturday Up to llio liiuir ho loft St. Charles no nt tnck hn I been mado on tlinl pot , nor vvn ny cannonading heaid nt St. Mary's nt o'clock. Tlio pat riot force nn Saturday was known to ho 4000 nt St. Chatlus nnd 1500 nt St Denis, willi hourly acquisitions 'of men nnd munitions. Tlio government force, supposed to 700 hundred strong, limn Iny between St. Charles and Si. I)nnii This is nndniibtcdlv the first detachment I lint loft Montrrol. In regard to t ha fpc nnd detachment, our informant pays n re. port was current that they landed at Lnp gucuil with the intention of reaching St. Charles by land; but that they were assailed by the inhabitants from the hush and rond.sidc. nnd finally driven back to Longuciiil. This however...

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

PROPOSALS FOIt BREAK-WATER MATERIALS AT BURLINGTON. FOR l3. C$ EALED I'nopnsAr.N will bo received nt 1 tho subscriber's Ollicu in Burlington, until the 20th of December 1037 for the delivery (nt the harbour in Burhnglnn. or some safe and convenient place lo he des ignated hereafter.) of n purl or the whole ol the followini' article : Square White Pine Timber. J20 Slicks While I'inu Timber to he saw cd or counler-hcwcd,-- 10 inches squnro. to nvorngo 35 feet in length, no tit irk to be less limn 30 foot in length, and to ho of pound yrcon timber. Hemlock or Pitch Pino. 150 lags of Hemlock or l'ilch Pine, of sound crccn timber, 50 feet long. straight, not less than 13 inches ut the smalt, nor over 24 at the large end. Round While Pine. 300 logs pound Round White Pine. 35 feet lung strntght. not lets thnn 12 inches nt the small, nor over 10 nt the large end. .50 lops straight sound Round White Pino 40 feet, nol lesi thnn 12 inches til I he small cod. White Oak Plank. &20 Pieces fou...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 December 1837

i mp no van .Cff ART SEOV33S. 'HE subscriber liasjiisl finished t lit) long culled lor improvement in his iwiiiir.v o f Viz Mho lengthening and oi.I:i rtriti ,n. lirn nrr.li. It now receives Wood Si lect , mrlh instead of 21 inches, as I'nr incrly. I iifnniii'ielnrm. :i lanrci iiliaiititV of ihe l.-in Ilnx and Parlour Slovis (if uis bizos, which I shall keep constantly ale. very liberal discount will ho mado to i that buy to veil again. ' -l received, 11 huge I -j I i T Window Rash ' trlhighn. Sept.. iKll. Wm. P.LAKE. Jilna Insurance Company. .HE subscriber r-r.ut init'f In insure till . kinds nl' real mnl petsnnal property L'tMit liirsnid Company, to whom tip nion ninv nt till t imrt hu made ut his '!o in Hurling!. in. Tin established iiation ol" this C inpativ fur Mobility oss titul liboruliiy in t Itui r dealings !.s no further cnmuiuiulaiioti. Wm. A. Giiipwom). "'irliugUni, Apr! C l!!30. recommended by llintiamln of pornun whom j the) luivo imi rot ol tjonsiimpilon, miiiicUM Dys...

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

NOT THE GLORY OFCjESAKJ DUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY If. B. STACY. NEW-YORK WHIG CELEBRATION The banqueting hall was decorated, and the tables spread, in the best style of Mr Niblo, which is saying enough upon that hcod. About eight hundred persona sat down to dinner, which was more than the room could conveniently contain, but sev eral hundreds more were admitted into the saloon, w ho could not obtain scats below or above. It was the determination of the committoo of "3eventy Six" not to take seats themselves, but givo up oil for the accommodation of distant guests. The Mayor presided, assisted by Philip Hone, P. W. Engs, E. Benson, S. Draper, Joseph Blunt, D. Graham, Jr. Win. S. Johnson, M. M. Noah, It. M. Wetmore, D. Ullman, J. Prescott Hall, James Watson Webb, M. C. Patterson, J. F. Lippitt.and George Bacon as Vice Presidents. Tho scene was of the most animating description. Never before, 6ave at the great federal celebration of 1783, when the grand banquet was given in the Clark...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 December 1837

" m yU M & 1UT & D 2LT U 1 1) A XjA O It N I K 0 , DHCtLM IlK.lt 8. Canada. After tlio lapse of a whole week we find ooreelvcM still without vcll authenticated particulars olthoSt. Charles nnil Si. Dennis nfi'urs, or of the rieluul position of parties nt the present moment. Of one thing howavor, we tire quite ccrtrtin, tlmt llicru has been misrepresentation on both sides. No Montreal papers have b.'cn received since Saturday, and the last mail brought not even a letter. The town of .Montreal is now baricaded nnd prepared, as far as possible, for a win tor siege. Every loyal citizen ia a soldier, nnd the city presents the single aspect of n military camp. The military movement of Col. Gore on Friday, to which rumor had assigned the duty of burning St. Dennis and Si. Charles, turns out to havo been one fur the pro'ection of the public stores nnd other property at Soroll, and not for offensive operations. It ia now under stood that the patriot force assembled at St. Charles has...

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. — 8 December 1837

miT it Fiom llio Now York D.iily Ilsprcs.. tiik smi'WitncK of ru: home. It was u fonifnl hour ! The t!.it K uiurs rolled In mvfnl imtjetv mill nmv ilit-U'mpI lay, l.lko it weak fluid, tiiii lit" pillowy ninin. The waves nulled in ! lor nil lifrMicuglli witu gone, Anil orc.in pr.ippnl her like u (liiatin;' weed. Anil uheic wore tliry, llin tenants of llm li.nk 1 Drenched with tile waters cnld ; thry paced t lie deck In blllcr nanny ! The iinpirtarcd Weic there ! mid nit, their f.iinthi:: miiiU did dread To leave, the world they know, and lowid inn ucll, For untried scenes; for f.tilli li.nl ncci mifcd Their I.itm In n brighter world than lhi, Where or.ean'it wae noVr come to metulicliii ! lint there wit' one amid that falnl bind. Who with nn anjel ppiiil hover'tl llicie ! His home wits in lliof-kirs ! nt,d what In hint Wcic the deep water?, when his soul was frce Ills spirits home wits in the skies ! nnd ninv To lay his body In ilia ihownins w.nw, Wns nought to'lilm and in the d. nis...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 December 1837

hall, lo Ilio gloat delight, no doubt, of I lie gentlemen and ladies wliu assembled iIiojo lor a ball. Mnny of .1 ho public find private houses of tlio city were brillinntly illuminated. Among those which etimo iindnr our notice wore, llowntd's Hold, Gongrrss Hail. Nunn's pin no fottu wurehouM", nnd the ndjoiiiinf building. A row of boners in Courlnndt ft met, the Second Wtml tlnlcl, Mrs. Birdcall's bonrdin; lnuiu', in Nassau, neor John siteei. the Sliiilopeurt1, Clinton Doll, Knickerbocker Hull, Masonic Hall, n large building in Clintlmm tiqiinrc,. North Amcricnn Hold, Eastern Exchange, Cher ry Street House, Richmond lit II House, Marion Ilons-e. and adjoining buildings, and other places too tiiimctnus tn mention. improved ROTARY STOVSS. rriHG subscriber has just finished tlio lotij .1. called for improvcnient in his llotary Slovo (Viz.) the lengthening nnd enlarging of the lire arch. It now receives wood 2 foot in IcniMh instead of 21 inches, as formerly. 1 am manufacturing a larr...

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. — 15 December 1837

Biwii&iMiiiiiiiiiiniir"T-rr"Mi mil iiiiTtrMraMg)ajaAUulJiji;Ju-'iiu.J'!'XJWiai'-'ujil gj cfi j tt jui'Jal"j'liWiiAt'wjaLijiitiiJuij'm.jWBMiiiiuiiauu,i;jiiiljJjj-j mx.timmr.ttim. . ijjij. ii-iiUii--JiiiLa....i-ju- NOT THE CJLOHY O F O S A 11 ) HUT T II K WRM'AltU Ol K O M U. BY 61. R. STACY. KB BAY, DBORMB1I351 15, TOSv. XI No. T 4 MESSAGE. Fellow citizens of the Setiate, and House uf Itcprrscntritircs; IVc have reason to renew the expression of our devout gratitude to the Giv- u of am. Good for his benign protection. Our omiiiiry presents on every side tliu evidences of th.it riutitimiutJ favor, i under whose auspices it Ims gradually risen from a fow feeble mid dependent Colonies to n pro-t. porous ifcpoworful Confederacy. Wo nrc blessed with domestic tranquility, and all the elements of national prosperity. The pestilence which inva. ding, for a time sonic flourishing portions of the; Union, intcrputed the general prevalence of uii. natural health, has happily been limited in ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 December 1837

'ho compact from which il presents to the Indian Iribes. Mnny of ymi will limit; to llio consideration of the -subject the mlvnn tngos of local kunwl-dgo nml cri'nli'r ex pcriencc, nml nil will lit; desirous ol 1 11 n k i tr nn cnrly mill Ilnnl iliip(iitin of every 1 1 h t urtjintr question in regard In ibis important interest. If there sniiLf't ioiirf shn'l in nnv degree contribute In the nccontnlishuiont. of so inipiirlnnt n rcfull, it will nflord too sin cere! intisfnctmn. In sonic unctions of the country, most of the public lands linvo bron sold, nml llic registers nml receivers Imvo very lntli: In do. It is n subject worthy of Inquiry whrtlicr, iii many cases, two nr uioro dis tricts mnv not ho consolidated, nml ihc number of persons employed in this busi ness considerably reduced. Indeed, llic time will come wlun it will be the true policy of the Gcnornl Government, ns to pome of l bo States, to transfer to ihoin, for n ronsnnablo equivalent, nil the refused nml unfold lands, ...

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 December 1837

7 If of vniiiij.vT. A PROCLAMATION hv thk novr.iiv m, It is known to my fellow citizens thulj ihsturuiinccs ntivi! hrouen oiu m uie iici"hhnriiig province of Lowru 0 , ha," which have resulted in hlootlsheil The head of tho Provincial (Jovcrnmeii has issued his proclainalion declaring i i... :.. ii... ,i:,i nrintrn!iiT . .. . .. , ' i ' 1 his state o t liner s nccesariiy cn iii-i' ges tho relations which have iJctof ro , existed between the inhabitants of tir,sr State and that Province, and the j)0.s.. sibihty that anv, through the inilucnce ' of ardont feelings, may be betrayed into acts of unauthorizc'.l interference iudu-! ccs me to call the attention of my fellow citizens to the subject. With the kingdom of firoat Kritain we arc in a state of profound peace. We have treaties with that government which it is our duty, and 1 trust oui desire, to fulfil to tho letter. It is obvious that ns a nation we have no right to intci meddle with tho con stitution of any nciirhboring power. W...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 December 1837

Burlington, Nov. 2d, 1837. ROB BUT MOODY is now receiving from Now York nn extensive supply of Unrdvnre. Saddlery, Hollnwnro, Drugs, Medicines, Paints, ntul Oils ; which ho offers lo the public cheap for cash or short credit, nl I ho old established store, north cast corner of tho square. SC51EWS. Uolhoirs Screws, Bench do Mill do Standing Press do Mauufaciurcd by K. & T. Fairbanks & Co. For salo by J. li J. II. PECK& Co. Agents. 10 Casks White Load, 2000 Galls Linseed Of, for Fate by IIlCKOK & CATMK. IMPROVED ST0V3S. TjnilE subscriber has jusl finished tho long .B. called for improvement in his Itotary Slovo (Viz.) tho lengthening and enlarging of the tiro arch. It now receives wood 2& feet in length instead of 21 inches, as formerly. I am manufacturing a largo quantity of tho abovo stoves, also Ilox and Parlour Stoves of various sizes, which I shall keep constantly ior salo. A very liberal discount will bo made to thoso that buy to sell again. Just reeoived. a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 December 1837

NOT THE 6I.ORY OFCHSAltJ HUT T I E W E L F A ItE OF It O M E. BY II. B, STACY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1S37. TOIL. XI No. 548 in liis fate, only resolving to break lonso ns I belter, for the real, anil with much shrewd soon n- pn.-siblc. Ills miondam friend ncs. n trnod fund of nuccdotc, and some THE INFANT'S DREAM. The following nppeiired in llie Londonderry Oil Icraddle inc on lliv knee, mania, And sins mc the holy firiiin That contli'd me lust, ns joit Cundlv prppt My plowing rlierk to jour nfi wliilp hreiul, For I ,uv n tcenc wlicn I slnml cr'd last That I fain would see again. And imilc ns you I lien did smile, mama. Anil ivrep 119 oii t lien rl if 1 ween t 1 lien 111 on me Hit elijienina ce. Ainlqnm, nil ilirMc.ir lie dry ; Then rork inn ucinly, mill sing and sigh Till you lull mc lust asleep. For I dienm'dii lieiivenly clrnnm, mama, While slumbering on lliv knee, And I liv'd in 11 land where form? divine, In kindom's of lory menially shine, And (tie world I'd give, if llie world...

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

JBUHTl&l&JS IST'il1 I V It 1 I) A V M O II N I N f! , DECBMUKIl 22 Our remarks last week in relation to the Governor's proclamation, wuru hasuil on tlio assumption thnl it was iiiteniletl ns it was used lo back up llie doctrines of llio iiddrcss. Koch wo tiro infornieil was not the fncl. Thu Coventor does not approve iifllml document, nnd lie would never hove consented to its publication in connect ion with the proclnmnlion. Tlio proclania'on itself, tinconncclcd with the address, was Will enough, though wc Ftill think uncalled for. The following leltcr from the S'nle Department, received after the proclama tion was issued, furnished, the proper oc casion for action on the part of the Hover' nor, and without it ho had none, whatever Sill. A ronlejl haling commenced in alTii toty of (neat Ilrlluiti adjoining ilu United Siiiirs, between purlinns nl llie pnpulallnn anil the fJov. eminent, during vvlilch nilcmpts tn.iy lie made In violate t'le laws of llio Uniiiil Slates, passed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 December 1837

But lot this boMitmny.lllnnkl is r duty nn.l interest lo observe tnjva r ' ' bcl1iCnrn.i n si rict uautrnl.ty. If J v. ual.snf cither party come nninHB . ' ; treat thorn with kindness nn.l hospi In , and instead of increasing the aniiiti'SiU nl tho parlies (..ward-each other, or nl plea cin-r miMolvo- In iho aspect of enemies In cither pnrly bv nnr pcrsntn I remark-, or by the rcsuluiintu of our public meetings lot us ill whnt wo nnn to i.Uny o.citeuiont nnl to keep the minds nft.llnodor Ihu eon Irol of reason" mid common ser-e '"' bclliorcrits in t heir highly excited cnndtlioii linViMimro excuse lor pn-s'"tmie nml even imprudent remarks 15m Hi""' Mm '"' on why we bIi.miI.1 not keep cool; nml v npprars to mo to bp going quite Km (nr. to mnnnilv I he inouii-nlornt.- r.tu it lis. nr even thrcWnfob-curc nod In a .-.l ni.l. viclnnU into so much iniptiriniice. n- to make ili-iu n pretense lor rinsing n nl n rtinnjr niilliiiry force nlnng nnr (runners. That there are ahn-es in the mlnnm-...

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

Continued from iim 1'kc. crction. I wnnt six strong, bravo-yoiing men, us rood sons as God lias Hot among us, logo to my liouso to-night, lor i'oar of any attempt on tho part of llio loyalists-" "A hundred !" "No, I want only six -who'll go ?" "I 11," was heard all over the house. A dozen sprang upon the stage The address of the "Sons of Liberty" of Montreal, was rend, and received with great enthusiasm ; when after giving three cheers for Mr. McKcnzic three for Papincau three for Rolph and others tho meeting formed a procession, and marched to music through tho streets, to tho residence of Dr. Chapin, and gave three cheers for McKcnzic and his wor thy host. Our slips from Oswego add little to previous information. Advices received there from Toronto, dated the 12th inst, state that "the Messrs. Leslies" were in Jail and that "the McKays and some oth ers arc liberated on bail" tho city is a barrack, and all business at a stand. There was a rumor also ll.crc that Dr. Rolph and other ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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