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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 28 January 1842

For thi S.olrtt of thi Agl, llEPORMfNO. 1. Thn wondew whloh wcro wrought by tlio word rtform dnring tho last Prcaidcniiiil canvnsa, h:s ren jerea llie lerm the mott proniincnt and im pcirlant of nny in Iho Amcririm vocabulury, nr.d iherecnn be no doubt that if llie thlngt tignifitd by lliia mnjjic lerm wcre applicl, (not increly promised) to llio Stnto gnvcrtitncnt of Vermont, nch a mitas cf corruption, ignnrntico or ncglipi.'nce In the dischnrge of the duiieti nf llie nft'alr of llio government would be disclo.ied, na wna nuver cvon drenmed of by thu honcst nnd unsuapecting of cither party. "It ia gener.illy supposcd Ihat tho present debt of the Stnte, iirnso froin building llio Stnte House. It mny be so in part, but wc nre in formed liy odici.il dnciuiienta, that llio whnle ex penae of 'ihat eatithlishrnent to tho Stnte, wiih Iml 5110,000, itnbso nppenrs by llio nuditora Hcport, that nt the cotmnenccment of this .projert, llicro ivusin llin Trcnaury the sum of 13,000, which deduct...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 28 January 1842

KXCi.3IOU. BY II. IV, I.OKtiFKI.LOW. Tlio n!inl3 of ni;hl wnrn filling f:it, As llirough nn Alpian village p.issed A youth, wlin horo, 'inid miow nnd ico, Aliinncr willi the slr.ingo !c if". i;.co!ai.ir! Hii hrnw wns sud; Mj oyn bencalh, l'lashed liko :t fiullliron from iis kheath, And SiUo ti iler cl.irtmi rniijr Tho neccr.H of ilnl unkiuiwii tonguc, KxocUiot! In luppv lmincs lia s.iw tho lljlit Ol'lious'chuld Iirct glenm wnrni am bright: Aliovc, tho !jtocli.iI i;';iz:rrj fhone, Aiii! I'roiu liis lipj csicnpcil a groan, I'.xceUior! 'Try niit ia p.ii-i!' tho old man siid; 'llu'tk luwers tlio lcmpcst nii;r IicjiI, Tlio ro.irni'4 torront U de"p und wido!' Ai;d loud lliat elation aUu rep'iied I'.xcclsior! 0 hlny,' t!u maidsnsaid, '""1 rest Tliy weary huad upoi llii-. hreastl' A tcar slu'od iu !iis kight blue eyc, Uutstill huaiweicd, witha tigli, KMSulsior! Rcwarn tb! i;:i'-t.eoa witlicred branclr l!ow.m iln awful avalancl !' This was lliu p.iasant'a last (!ooi! night, A ocu leplicd fur...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 4 February 1842

Frccdom of Inquiry, aiid llic IWcr of tlie Pcople, BY C. G. EASTMAN. WOODSTOCK, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1842. VOL. H. NO. 1)2. Splrlt of lic ajje. TEUMS-S2.00 a year; $ 1,50 Jit advance. The coat of tranporlHtloii In all cases, to bo pahl by ihe subscribcrs. ,Vo new aubscripllons cim, In any cuse, be receivcd un leis by advance paytnent, vr n (uarnnty of pajintut by bii aiithorlted agcnl, or some rcaponaible pcrson, known tn llie cditor. No papcr will be acntoutol UieStatc, unlcaa pajmciit he mailcln advancc and ihc papcrin nu cujc cuullnui.il boyond the time for wlilcli lt Ij paid. Subscrlptlona taken fur any lcngth of time. No paper will bs discontinued, llll nll urrearages are paid, All ndverilscnients must bc nakl lurlu niliwtcr, unless io.dc one known ta ilicedltor wlllhecomc responsible for uie inseriion. Adverllaemcnti v 1 1 1 be conllnut'J untll forbidden, nnd ehtrged nrcordingly. unlc thc nuinber ol'inscrlloiube peclfled. J3-A1I lcttcra must be frre of poslage, otlienv...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 4 February 1842

I repurt of 1837, lo whirh nllusinn had bcforo buen m.idt'. But if papei currency sluiuld lio issued by tha Government, llio insiituliou iisuing it oiiglit no: to havo tho po.vcr ul'disonuuliiig thu prouiioa ry notL'3 of imlivKluaM, or of doating m privatu uxcharigc. I:i ihis hu ugroed wilh thn. Heiialur from Yifgini:i, .Mr Khf. Iiut llio wholo plan wus b.'tsud ni fallncinus nsjuinp'.ion. It was up postd ttint tivc milliuiH nf scnp cuulil lm s.ild to icJcuii) tho issues. Thu lo.in authoriied last ses hlmi c.iiinu'. bo suiil lo ludouin li'oieuiniun! paper liionuy iu un umorgi;ney forciii2 b.iek Ihu (invprn luont ctiircnc)? llut titie.-u nnllions aro lo bo U sutd, not buaiiag mlercst, uiul ihus il is to hu a i;n'.:it savii",' lo ('oiiiiiiuniiy. This was nnottiiiv fillaey. I'i'ist, tlut tho coaiiiiunity would bcnef.t liv ii;" nnd ut, tli.it llio Usuo wnuhl ctay out wilhuut lip.iriu:,' inti'rit. Trt'asury nutcs nuw H'Hicd, iind btnriugu high inliTcst ol' si pcr ceiit. wcro hclow pn'i ha...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 4 February 1842

For the Spirit oftht Jyt. U'lio tlint i wont to feast his eagcr cyea upon tho counllcsa luxurics wilh which tccms llie pondcr- ou edilorial columns oflho "Vermont "Icrcurv," tias failed to nunirc tho bcnevolcnl nnd high-iiiind-cd feeliogs wilh whichtho licnrt of it inighiy cdit- or is nctuatcd .' Snrely tlio rncmory of n mnn of uch liigh and holy iinciple,vviU be licld in svvect rememlicrnticc,evcn longaftcr hissngc councilsnnd tidviccshatl Le lieard no moro, adtiionishing ua of our fruilties. Iliiwatchful cye ncvcr slumbcrs tior tlccps. Doesthe bickcrings nnd grovelling contentiona of tho canine part of ourpopulation, burst forth into opr-n liostilitics in tlie strccts of out tjuict illage, while iho "miterablehcrd" nro cnjoying witli nl niost indisciib.ililo delight.thc plcasuro nfaregulnr liuilt dug-fight.hischastcning liand wields tho pcn in behalf of tlio blecdiugcurs, ,md snon his clas lis slicct tcctna witli scaldiiig nniilhumna nnd withering rchuUcs, upon nll stieh ns liavc ...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 4 February 1842

3Joctva. THE WIXUKD WOKSHH'l'EUS. DV C1I.VIU.K3 hPUAGUE. An Imprompln vpon tivo little lirds which flew into a house of mrship during ttreictt, finy, guiltcss p.-iir, Wh it suek )u froin the licli! ofiieavcii: Yuliuve 110 iieed of pmyer, Yo lwvo no siiu to bc I'orgiven. Why pcrrh yo here, AVhsto inortulu'to their iniilter bcnd.' U;in yniir iuru spirits fear Tho God yo iiuver could ofiond? Yu nuver knew Tb crimus I'ur which wo co'mc to wocp: l'enunco is nnt fnr you, liless'd wandorcrs of thu upper deep. To vun 'lis iven To wake sweut naturo's iinlaughtlays; Rencath llie arch uf lieaven To chirpawuy a lil'e of prtiise, Then sproad cacli wiug, Far, fir nbovo, o'cr lakes nnd lands, And juiu lliu clioirj that sing Inyon bliic domonot rcared witli hands. Or, if yo stay, To nolu tho consecrated liour, Tcacli nm tlio airy way, And lut mu try your cmied powcr. Abova tlio crnwd, On upward wiugs cnnlil I b'lt fly, !'d balhu in )un bright cloud, Aud scaU the stars tlut gem th'J sky. 'Tworu liea...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 11 February 1842

tnAvit m tb JFrecilom of Jiiquiry, aiul llio Powcr of tlic Pcople. VOL. II. WOODSTOCK, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1842. NO. 93. TI3UMS $2,00 aycuri 81,50 n advanet. Thc coat of iriinaportuiion 111 all aur,lo Ic pnld b) thcmibicribcri. Bubscrlptlons nro not recctvcd, nor udurtli-enieiita iu crted, unless by ndvuncc navmcnt or a mmriinlv nf nav ment byiome rcaponailile peraon known lo thi) cdltor. t-uhfccribrrs mny liae tliclr curJ inscrted furl,W, nnd iiiui Kiiuscnucrs tors- n )cnr. rjrr All couimunicatlon iiiust bo nddreaed, postngc BUSINESS CARDS. ISAAC CllL'RCUILL, Uc.'tler in I.ai!ics' Ooodd iuul Mlliliury.w hotcaalc lutil retail, (llca.l of Central Strcet.) (7. II, MOH'EIt, Dcalcr in Ltiglish nnd We9t Iiuli'i Goods, Crockery und Glass Wnro. ThreeJoors west ot the l'ost (ifflce, Central Strect, C. V. rillKDl), Dealcr In KnglUh, I'rcnrli, nnd Uomcillc gondsi W, 1, Uooda, Mcdiclnea anil llurd wure ulso, L'urpclingi ol'evcry dcscriptiuu. Central Striet, J. A. DUN15AK, Dcalcr in U...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 11 February 1842

turern of nlandiug who nro ns mucli opposed to tlia protective princiiilu ns nijaelT who loulc upon it m uncnnstitution.il, diiiigornus to ininnr ctab lisluncnts, ppprcsiivo to other interests, nntl iin neccssary fur nicn ol' ccononiical nnd iiidustrious linbil, liud of reasonnblo itu"ncs. Sir, whilo I would bc llin last ono wilfully to crnsh llio miinu fuUurcr, I Would also liu tliu last onu to build liim np nt llio expnnso ol',othi;rs; nnd 110 lioncst inan tould demand it ofine. 1 look upon llio protec tivii systeni not only as iinconslitulionnl, butmis chiovous aiid rorrupiing m ils cfi'ent. Doingpart and pnioi'Pof yo'ur grent " Amcricnn M 510111," your high tarifT'incn is rcady at nll tinies to voto uny nppropriauuiis iui uiiviu.ii iituuuwiniu ui .1.,. i,,.,.,.;,;,.;, nl'll,,, 'IV.innrv llw. n-iylnr (.:, nr. I rjmiilMimoiit oftlicir eml: and, ns n neccssary Ullier uncousiiiiinuiiui iuriuii,u 111,11 lum nw j- -. j b c ury may lie niadc uinpty, and iiicreased ditties up.i sepsiun....

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 11 February 1842

cyTho following liucs must havo becn witten ftcr a pcrusal of arecent nrliclo in the Chicngo Dcmocrat in favorof Coi. Tuomas II, Kcnto.v, entitled " He is notfalltn," in reply (o n fcdcral paper which atated lhat "Benton is afallen man and can titvir be Pretidtnt." TUOMAS II. UEXTOX. BYi J. O. WHITTIEIt. Not Fah.en! No! ns wcll ihetall And pillarcd AHcghany fall As wcll Ohio'a giant lide Koll backward on its mighty track, As he, Coluinbia's hope and ptide, Tho slandored and tlia sorely tried, Jn tbii trimnphaiit courso turu buck! Iln is not Fallen! Soek lo bind The chainlesaand unbidden windj Opposo the torrent's bcadlong rnume, And turn nsido the whirlwind's force; But deem nol that tho mighty niiiid Will cowcr beforo tho blast ol hato, Or quail nt dark and cnuselcjs ill; For though all cUo be doiolatc, It stoops not frnin bii high cstate A Alarius niid the ruins still. He is not Fali.cs! F.very breeze That wandcrs o'or Columbia'a bo.Hoin, From wild I'enobscnt's furest Ireoj, Froin...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 11 February 1842

I JJTAV.AS. I p.'zpd up inlo tliy cwcnt mintl As inlo I'urplo" He.wmi fnr ovcr Tlu lliuugliu m light llioro softly slirincd Aro fiM'dniidfatc and clonded nevur! I gnzo tlmnigli tliy transp.iretit soul tStilltlirotifili itslicuuly nll lliings s.:cin Tho Anroli siuilti tlii' bright htara inll l'or iiiu lint thruugli tliy biiglitcrbcing! Thsrc is .i tl irkncss nt my hcart A c!i:iin arouml my spirits Iwining! I'or mo cro.ilinu's luvcliur part Is sccii but thro titi iliy spirit shiuing! A gloomy fatc ir.y coul halh fouml A liory" tlootii ii'iy brow is br.ui'liiig Of Jnv aml l'oaco, on morlal groiind My'licurt mii;lu havo no utulerolumliiig! tiut slill tlirnujjli tliinc! Oh! tlimi ihal nrt Mino own l llirill xvilh tonilcrer foeling! I iinpo tliroii2.li thinu up-spiingiug hcart Tlirougli thiuo Iliy eoal to poaeu isstculing All glorinus thin l rnd liiininouu Through Iliy sonlstill iny souj is fi-cing; And houiily livus for 1110 but this Tlirougli thu pnro boauty of f.'iy bcing! Ig.r.u iipll...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 18 February 1842

Frccdom of Jnquhy, aml the Powcr of tlic rcoplc, VOL. II WOODSTOCK, VERMONT, FlilDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1SJ3. NO. 94. Splrtt of the flne. TEHM3-S2,00 nyciir,SI,50ln adranec. The ccsl of Irtnwiinriailui) m ail caJci,lo bc pnid by thestibacribcrs. Bobjcrlptloiu nre nnl rcceived, nor ailvcrttsruiciils In ncrted, unleas by ndvnnce namcnt or n suar.intv nf iiav mcnt hysomc rvsjionaible peraon known to tlie cdltor. Duoacruicrs may nave meir cant inscrlcd lor Sl,, nnd non aubacribera I'or 2 n ) car. TT All coir.muiilcatlona nu:st be adilrexsrJ, potftige paiu, u c, a. ujsriiux. BUSINESS CARDS. I3AAC CIIURC1IIU,, Dcjler In Ladiea' Ooodaand Mtlinary,wholcaalcai!d relall. (llcaJ of Central Streit.) G. 11, MOU'EIi, Dc.iler in Euglish nnJ West Intlii Goods, Crockery nnrl Glass Wiue. Tareedoors west ot the Post OJlce, Central Strttt, C. F. SillEDI), Dcalcr In I'.nlUIi, Frcticli, nnd domestlc gncdi XV. I. GooJa, Mcdlcinea and llnr.l wnre ulso, Cnrpetliigs ol'evcry dcacriptlo.1. Ctntml Strctt, J. A. DUN...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 18 February 1842

tlia baiiks notwith.standhig llia combiuatious which wcro hrought to bcar agaiust thut ndniinis tration, nnd tlia ficlions ntlenipts which wcro mailu to bankrupt and disgraculhu Govcrnment it ncv r failed lo meet in cngagcnicnls Htitli fii lly and liuiiorably, ad was I'ar, vory lar,friiii cxibiting tlio liiiuiili.iliiii; speclaclo which wo now wilncss u spcctacl:;.)ruug!itubout ui.tirely and soly hy jyur eitr.i session. Sir, lut not gcntlotncti fi.ittor tlieinsclvcs tliat it w.is tlio " apithy ol'lhu Whigs" llut causcd llieii dcl'eat in tlio locent otcctioti. Tho causo lay deepor imd broador. 1'lia uxtru t.tf3sion nnd its iii.;iisurcj oxposcd ta llis couulcy thu Iruu position oT lliin4. It was iM lor.gur possiblo U praclisu tlic discpiion) hy wlibh thu, jiariy liad roinu intu pow cr. 'I'Iiuju wlio had ,'nldcn " "upon llio whirlwiud" wcro nut ublo ti ' ilircct tlio tiorm." tliu cc.i f the pcoplo fcoj-m to lia opcued, Thuy kuv lliu iirls hy whicli thuy Imd becn deluded, Theysaw tliu i...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 18 February 1842

h'rom lAe Journal ofCommtrce. TAI-KSAUOUT TIIE1IOME I.KAGUL'. NO. 2. Modqcrs. You said when vo last mct, tliat n TnrilT raisej tho prico o(" things, tind lliis wna tlic same an lowcring tlie prico of wages. Aiul as you ihought, you mndo it out tliat llio Jnborcr Itad lefs encouragcmenttlian Loforo. Now I ndmit this would lio 80, if, wliilo llio priccs of ollier thing-snio raised. tlio nrico of nbor werc lo rcmain tho samc. But I contcnd lliat wliilo a tariH'raiscs tlio prico of cloih nnd ollier llungs, it rawcstlio wagcs ol lauor Btill moro; so tliat it acts us a stimulous and en coiuagomcnt to industry. White. 1 should liko to liear you provo what you nasert. Iiodgcrs,h good many mcn will bo wanlcd in tho liusiness of nmnufacturlng and cmploycrs will bid up. lf 'AiVcYou forgct tliat as mucli as llio dcmand for Inboris iucrcatcd in onc departmcnt it will bolos sened in anollicr. Iftlio doinand forlaborcrs in manufacures.left thcprcviousdeiriand in otltcrctn tiloymonls tho samc, I gr...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 18 February 1842

i iuiwi r ii ' ii" VIIE SliTKU'3 WJS.'I. Lanuag'j scarco li.illi powur to tell Ilow 1 !uvu Imillier; Dwrrr tlian nll olsa liclow, Siiico wo lust our ino'.lwr: Evur uliilu I tliiiik of llici, Tears nf swci't cmotion, AnJ llio filteri3 of ll'.v voico, Show me deep dcvotioti. Could n siiter'n pr.iycr iivail, AiiiI lisr w.iriu earcsiiiig. Tliine i-lionlil lio n tliarniecl lifo, tticli in cvury lilcssing: Nuver inuro sliuulil tlirill of pain C'.tuao a stnrl of nnguwh, Orn iiHiinent's wcarincsi fifnho tliy tpirit languijh. I would rear for llieo u liotno In ti cliino Elysi.in, Peel;cd wi'.h overy bo.iuty raro, 1,'iko a fair M.in. Nolhinj; sad bliuukl ontranco gain, Dut frnm imirn till evcn, Joy sliould rost on f.ildcd witifts, 'iN'calli a Biiiiling lteavcii. Tlowcra, wlinso lcavea&lioiiid willier not, liy clcarwalors growing, Puiona nro nn inl'.uit's dicniiiB, 1'liglit as f.incics jjlowing; Lofly trccs, li!c guardin;; lovo, Plcisnnt sliellor iiiiikiiig; Eiiii;iiig windt-, from all nio...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 25 February 1842

Frccdom of Jnqiiiry, and tlic Power oftltc Peoplc. ECntameapcgrjrmiwnar VOL. II WOODSTOCK, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1842. NO. 95. BUSINESS CARDS. ISAAC OIIUUCIII1.L. Dcaler in LndkV Gooda und lliliiinry,whnlcbnlcnrd rctuil. iijcau oj .enirui iircet.) G. II. MOWKll, Dciler in r.nglish nnd West Iudh Goods, Crockcry and Gl.tss Wuio. Whrre doors mst ul the 1'ost Q.'i'ce, Ctnlral Slrcel, C. V. KIlEliI), Dealer in IluiMMi, I'rcncli, und doiiieatlc cnodst AV. I. Oouds, Medicinca und llurd wnie ulu, Curpclingi Ol L'VIT) UCHTIjlllOll. Ctnlral blrttt. J. A. DUNKAK, Dealer in Domeslicand Foreign Dry GooJs. (I'.Iiii slreet,) Kl(;i: & IIOAIIDMAX, Dcalers in liuglish und II'. . Goods, Crockcry, Gluss nnd ILtrd Jl'utf. l.l.M STlll'.ET, UIIAKU'.S 1UXA, JU,, Dcaltr vi Jiufi'jA, rimcA ititil Amcrtcun Qoais,CrotV ery, Glmsantl L'niifi ll'jrc. (Ullil stiout,) 0. A. HllVAA'T, i5- C'u. Dcalera in Uiuiliali.l'iciiuh, uml Amcrican Iry Gools, W. 1, (io.uls, und Gro.-cr.i's, Crockcry, Glan und ilard...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 25 February 1842

Troni the yenrs 1831 to 1840, tho prolectlve iliilios wero ileclining, niul llio cominerco incrnas ing. The tonuuga i'l thu foreign Uailu increustd 823,233 totn, und tlie coatling trude incrwsed CC5,0i!'J tous. 'J'he valuo of domcslic eiports for 1832 wns $61,277, 057, und fur 1840 1S,835,C34. and inu kini: a diaeri;in:BufS02,til81 577, in favor uf IV cb trade. Thu valun nfexports ofdomestic mariufactiires roo from llnyuur 1832 to 1840, from 5,050, 633 to 12,108,533. Thcse f.icls prove, beynnd nny dnubt, that the tnnnugc uud the expnrls in foreign cnuntries liave increavd under thu principle of free trade, and declined under llie proteclivo lystem. Mr Speukur, I will now consider lomo nf the jnost impnrluut iirguuiunts used for tho protcctivc ylwni. Tlie gentleinun from Vcrinniit (.Mr Sladu) n.'cmed to inu to presont ns innny und u uhlo nr- ,'iiniciit in nny otlier inembfir to siistniu tlin kvs .ni, Tlie ground-works, tliu pilh.and nmrrow uf nll lio s.ud, wnre, tli.il inanul.icturi....

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 25 February 1842

IIBN'RY CLAV. " 1 am Sir Oracle, Aud whrn I ope my lipt, Itino ilvs bark." Tbo hislory of Hcnry Clay ehould be n warning lo all tliose ntuteniien and politichins, yvlio. n.uil ing themselvcs of u tcmporary populnrity, under tako toclimb tlic lailder of niiiuilion. Ile wni oncn ihc chcrislied idol oflho Dcmocracy, but in on evil liour tlio teniptcr came licr luio was successful, und tftert fcll llenry Clay, " llke I.uciler, Ncvcr tu risc ognlii!" tt will bo romcmlicred tliat during the lato entrr. ifission of Congicss, Alr Clay wni, and nlso during the prcseril fCa6ioii, Mr Clay lias beu'ii tl.o ruling dcity of tlie federal parly. Uut finding lh.it tlic pcoploof liis country look upon liiin ns one, who, if lic could not rule, would rninjiu lias nmv signified his intcnlion of rcsignin; liis seat us a Senator froin Kentuclcy. This, xvo heliuvc, will bo tliu nint jiopular act ho will liave cointnitled niiico ho fnr tcol. tliedeniocralic parly. Ago lias now scnred liis L-roxv witli wrink...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 25 February 1842

i3ortV. TilB L.ll'SK OV TIMI nr wai.nn cuLi.cn dhta.it. Lnincnt who will, in fruitloss tcnrs, Thospeed wilh which our iiinineiits lly, I figh liotoier vtiuUlit'il yi'.irs, Uutwatclt tlio jean lti.it hasten by. Look how llioy coinc! a min;led.crowd Ofbrilit itncl dark, luit r.ipid d.i; Iicneath lln.-m liko a nminiPr eliiiid, Tlio wido woild chatige' ns I gazo. AYIiat! griuvo that thno lias brouglit ,o toon Tlin sul.er ngo of imiuhood on? A idly, might I wecp, at noon, To beo Ihu blush of niornniij yono. Coulil I forego iho luipo tli.it glmv ln pnupcct, liku niysi.ui is!os-, Ainl lnt tlio eliir.niu,' i'utuie gn, Witli ull licr proniises uml smilesJ Tlio fiiturnl crucl wetc tlio powcr Whosc iloom would tear thco from iuy heutt, Tlinu riweelcnci of llio pri'.-pnt luiiir! We caiinut 110 wo wiil not patl. Oh, Io.hp mo slill tlin rnpiil fiiglit 'I'lial mahes tlio clnngii g e.is.nns gay, J'lii! ginti'ful spcc.l Ihat briiijj llm nighi, rl he swift uml glad icUrn nf days The motitln tli.it tc...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 4 March 1842

irtrit of Frcedom of Inquiry, nml tiic Power of Ihc Pcoplc. VOL. II. WOODSTOCK, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCII 4, 1842- NO. 96. tb JBUSINESS CA11DS. 1SAAC CIIURCHILL, Dealer in Ladica' Goodaand .Miliiiary.wlioleaaleandretall. (Ilead of Vtntrul Streit.) G. 11. MOWEll, Dealer in r.nglish und West Indii Goods, Crockcry nnil Gl.iss Wnro, i wfU ol Ihe Post Ofice, Cen "TAree doors Central Slrctt, v. v. siiudi), Dealer In Engli.li, I'rencli, imd Uomcslicgoodii V. 1, Gooda, Jlcdlciiics aiul llnrd wnrc nl.o, Curpctinga of every dearrijitloii. Central Str(et, J. A. DUNHAIt, Dealer in Domestic,and Foreign Dry Goods. (L'.lui slrcct,) KKJi: & I10AKDMAN, Dealers in English and V. I. Goods, Crockcry, Glass and Ifard Ware. CLM STRF.KT, un.uand DANA, JIl., Dtaltr in Enslish, t'rench and Amcrkan Goods, Crock ery, Onu and Vhina H'arc. (Lllll slroct,) o. a. iiny.uxT,is co. Dialcra In Knslisli.I'reuch, nml Ainrricnn Dry Goola, W, I. Coodi, nud firuicries, Crockcry, Glasi nnd Ilur.l Warc. Elm Slrctt, GEO. 1...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spirit of the age. — 4 March 1842

niitny ufthom not nver lon years old. '1'licy nro ici:iircd lo work froin M to 10 liotiran day", nud nntwilhstanding this nnce.iing toil, caru kitrdty pnongh to furni-h llii'in lliu eoarsest food und clothing. If Bickiiiw or nccidunt render tliem unibloln woik, their iiumakk cnii!oycrs turn thetu ndrift tn siarve or xeuk icfugo in llicir inis er.ihlu work limne. Yes, sir, notwithst.iiidinii Iho hn.islcd glory of ltrilMi iiistilutions, no civilized liation upon tliu f.icu of tlio uarlh coiilains ns iuucli wretcliCiliiess nr liunnn sufl'ering. Thti l.nmlau Uuarteily lleviow osiimatos the tiumbcr tif pau- porsm Kngland at 0,T. SIXTII ofllio populalion -aml this i no ilnnlil is far helow tlio mnrk. At leust nne lliinl nf licr populutinn rcceivo tiid fruni tho paupar luiul iliinng lliu cnitrso ol tlm year. Ilcr citie.s aro lil!ed wilh lieagars, nnd thnus.inds nrn porMiing for tliu wnnt of bread, and ypt tho lnrdly minufictitrer, or iho wealthv l.ind hnlder is rintin in sploudor! England ...

Publication Title: Spirit Of The Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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