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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 March 1839

fU. ,:- K . 11 , ' v VOL. V. BRATTLE BORO, ;t. MARCH 11 . . ..... - . ... - . . , ( fl" V , V'Ts Vi.I rJSRMOJVT JPHOJEJVIX. rutnr.i'Sii itn fri'nv i-mmv sngvinn. v WM, 12. IlYTIIEIt. BENNETT'S , DESCRIPTION tn.- Meeting of Vdn'Bitren, Diddle and Clay. The Birth Niglu Ball, last ovcninj;, tvnsa t mi r . i . .1 hn np.nihfr.4 of ( Jnnfrrnss. Ihu citizens, mil iw, wvv iliunvix, .....w ...... .w-w ncii.t. miiitirs. Lilt iiiiiiuiiiiiiili irnrns. nun iiie whom donnus Kitchon. Kvcn Mr i Anv. nnd Air uidiHe, now quite the lion hcrt. Ai i'iiht o clock . thu Kill nnrncn. " nncc o : - c i i tvlin ivmtm invitnrt hv thu m-innfrpr. nu. . t. ,11 .1 .7... r - t. .-.1. . i t than his supper or wines. L 111 run IU SIR-UK UI 11113 Utlll wuuuui uny mhrirrn9miMif far ivhin nr nivs hi r I. I.. J . iv lur u iiuusu, imsuruiy nan iuku u cui iruni prouigious i li. i . n n inti nnmrs nr itvniv.ftir Arnica in nio otters. The ladies kicked unouito a dust Irt Finn h ret In n nnttr nnr . nnrlitMHtif lir. mn . Abou...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 March 1839

i -A, 1 I ration of the time' allowed h!in by law for that purpose, to pMn the early pnrtot ju lv. 1838. 3d v. In continuing tbe same neglect, and forbearing to issue warrants of distress ngninsi soiu ownriwoui nnu ma sure ties from they Ut ol Aiigusi, teac, wnen op nrized bv the letter of the First Audtt' or that said accounts still remained un rtiW. until the month of Novembe whm tho detection of Swartwout's lurgerde fnleation wns communicated from New 4ih. That the administration of it is mar !tcd with siich signal inefficiency, as well as neglect o'Cduty, as render nugatory many of the most important checks upon the First Auditor, and collectors, receivers and dis bursars of the public moneys, which th lmvs creatine and regulating its duties con templuted and have sufficiently provided. 6th. That, in said disregard of law and neglect of duty by tho said Comptrollers, BnU ineiUCICIlwy UI mo uiuww uo jt uui.iu ixinrerl. is to be found n primary cnuse of tht immense defalcalirins'o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 March 1839

4 that Sir John Harvey had disclaimed ta. Gen, Hodsdon any intention or marching an armed, forco upon iho disputed territory. , The intimation of the President, that in case of the failure of noirociutions to settle tho dispute, of submitting tt to n third Power, is received with great disapprobation by all pirties. In one of tho strongest Loco towns in this county, his effigy was burnt, and that loo by the Locos, oil tho reception of tho message. Nono but tho most decided meas ures in rolation to tho difficulty will be ac ceptable to Maine. From llm l'laltsburgti Whig Extra. "Pittsburgh N. Y., March 5, 183D. .. "By a letter received in town last even ing, and also from a citizen direct fiom tho cast side of tho lake, we learn (hat the Brit ish authorities In Cunadri have taken formal possession of thcVstrip of land in dispute on tho frontier including the site of the old fort at Rouse's Point, by erecting a Aug and sta tioning armed pntroles within tho jurisdic tion of this state.u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 March 1839

4 4ii Family of tight dcslrbyejTby Poiion. ' t,The. New-Oriouns Time of tho 18th contains u honlfviriff account of the death, by poison, nt La Grunge, Tennessee, on the Hotli Jnnuary, oi ftir. winiarn iiuounru nti.l nil his family, cdtisistiiifi of li s wife and nix children. The cause of their death wns itruced to a. barrel of cider which was tapped 'that mdrniue. of which the family had drank freele. nnd vhich wns iho only drink of which tliey had generally partaken. The oarrcl 01 ciaer wns occiiruiugiy ujjshv -jr removing itlws head and its contents spilled rUpon the ground, when n snake, about two Svel long, partially decoyed, was discovered, with n collection, of green gluttjnous matter, Avovemovorh. The next inquiry was ns to itlin manner in which the reptile enme there, when rill thesrvunts who should know any 'thing ultoiit 'h, declared that the bung hole had hot been stopped up for more than six weeks, agreeable to Mr. Hubbard's order, thattho cider might clarify, and, that...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 March 1839

VER MO W T PH A VOL, V. BRATTLEBOKO, Tt. MARCH 22, 1839. 'HO; 29; m VERMQJV T JPHOEJVI'X i rviiLimiuri Kvcny rniDAV-MonNifio, by wai. is. itYTHiait. Fur jlia Tlixnix feONNfcT To MX 'Tis long Hiricc first we met, bu Of. thine, where, intcllccuuis Inline of its richness I sit and wiite,,melhin On, me, as once it wns but do, I dream r wilt tliou not again this pleasure grant, rAnU tttrfriflhan this 5 but 'lis n pleasant theme And one o'er which my ardent hem 1 doth pant ('Ti3 said that "hope deferred," doth make Mark's heart grow &;vk then let mc hear, ere "long, That I, like thee, am lovM, Tor my own sake, And then, though storms do rage, beat' higk and . , tro,'? , I'll brave llicm all, and bring that, htri ofthinc . 1 - - t 1 1 V. 1 t. faw a I'ufij wnere 1 cau caij 11 mine. U. For 1 ho I'liicnix, lifiTTEns FIIOJI' THE WEST. Howell, Livings rox Co. MtcntOAN, Feb. 5, 1H3D. S Mr. Rvther.' I nronose to tlevniu the present and succeeding number to a sketch of the ge- ography, resourc...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 March 1839

'Legisjg The following abstract embraces all the material points of ihis message. Iigips with an annunciation of tlio documents sub iniuetiitetlhedii'gislaiure, among which are, letters , from ,lhe 'Secretary of State the President's Message to Congress the cor pondupoe.wiih.the British ,Ministur, ,and the Memorandum of agreement signed by theSecretary o Staler nnd, the British Min ister. After a recital of the substance of the Agreement the message proceeds as fol- . !' The importnnlqueslion now presented, is.whcthcr the State of Maine will assent to the agrcementor not. Deeming it a ques tion beyond my legitimtae provinee to de cide, I communicate the papers relating to it, and instructions: with n determination, so 'far as I may be able, to carry into effect, your decision, whatever it may bo. As I do :not wish, however, tashun any portion of the. responsibility fairly devolving upon me, -iLwill proceed, ns briefly as I can, to give my opinion in the case presented, and the -.rea...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 March 1839

., ., . geSSgi" miXLL.iSSSSt FltOM, MAINE. Correspondence of the Boston Courier. "BAtfoon, Jvlnrch 14, 1839.. iNows rcacnca una piuce lost evening that M'Inlyre, apprehensive of nn attack from i. - f Ci ., . . . . . the British from certain hostile demonstra tions on their part, had ordered tho entire force: under Gen. Hodsden from Iloulon to the Aroostook. 1 cannot believe, however, that our forces are in any danger of attack for the present. Though we have.'hot had anything vci'y definite from Augusta, forborne days past, et the imptcssion is daily goining ground here that Gov. Fuirfield and Sir John Har- , vey will not come to any nmicablo under standing in relation to the difficulty, or that Gov. Fairfield will consent to a concurrent jurisdiction. Ifthe British insist upon this, Tcunnot see how a collision can be avoided. Mnfne cannot consent to a concurrent juris- "dietion without nbandoningthe wholeground she has.lakcn, and thus fur she has rnunifes vted no disposition to do ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 March 1839

v ,. A PASTORAL. "i BY A. L. BAnBACl.0. Gcfatle pilgrim, tell me, ytif thou fold thine armi oud sigh, And wislful cast thine eyes around 1 "Whither, pilgrim art thou bound 1 ' If thou Canst Inform me, tpenk." The road to ZIon's gales 1 seek J VTCeep yon right hand path with car, though crags obstruct, and brumbies tear j " You just, discern a narrow- track Enter there, dot) turn not back. VSay, where that pleasaot pathway leads j ....-Winding down you llowcry mendsl Song ondancu the way beguiles, Every face is drcst in smiles." I ,Shun with care that flowery way (Twill lead thee, pllgtim, far astray. Guide or counsel do I need)" ; Pilgrim, he who runs may read. "Is the way that I must keep Cross'd by waters wide anil deep?" Did'it lead through flood or Ore, Thpu must not stop thou must not lire. "Till I have my journey past, Tell me, will the daylight last? , Will the, sky be bright and clear f' Till the evening shades appear?" Though the sun now rides so high, blonds may veil the e...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 March 1839

VERMONT PIKE MIX. ' ft' V.V.'if:,;' '! .. , V. BRATTLE BQtRO Tt. MARCH 29, 183 9. - ' . . B ' 1 K.'fl L4 'i ' 1'LLUltlJS IA . PUnLlSil'Rtt UTL'tlV FhlDAV MOHN1NO,- II V Avar, e; rytiieii. liU'f tfHUS FR03I TUB WEST Howell, Lit. Co. Micihoa.i, Feb. 28, 1830. S Hfr. Tlvfhpr.. T rnmp nnlv lei nnnnlf dfAllcll- rrntii nr iintrp nnr iriiiHriv ivn I rnfiirii ill hit ill therewith. Anil in the lirst place, that you may rcolizo TOmethinc of the rapidity with winch the settlement or the garden of Amen ca the grent werit, is progressing, I will give you the population of this stale at different pe riods. The first settlement of Michigan, was commenced ahuut the year 1720, by the French nt Detroit, hut it was nothing more than a sort ot Military trading post tor a number ol years, nnd no census of the population was taken un til 1810. The number of inhabitants at that period was 4,528, of which only 1,517, were . . t . rtnr . I I . I . . i n ifl icmnies. in i&zu, u uau increased io u,uo. - ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 March 1839

LATE FROM EUltOFE. Tho packet ship North America, nt New xoik, uom Liverpool, uunga jawuuh jiojpiio of Feb. C, ond Liverpool oftho-7tli. The most Important intelligence by this ar rival, is the Parliamentary proceedings, on the nflairs of Canada. No little excitement pre vailed on this subject, both In ond outif Par liament. The sentiments of the lending men in this connection ore very interesting, as ex' ,hibiting the temper of thoso in high places, in TSSnnl to tho United States. The New York .Commercial Advertiser nuotca the following passages from the speeches delivered in tho .House of Lords. Tho Duke of WELLINGTON said My lords, I now como to the last part of the speech, to which I have listened with the utmost anxi ety; nnd I am happy to find in this speech what was thought necessary on a former occa sion, namelv, n declaration on tho part of her Majesty of her firm deteimination to maintain "her sovereignty over her provinces in North 'America. Mv lords, I could wish that th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 March 1839

&t From tho N. Y. Courier and Enquirer, A Marriage broken off. -About six weeks ago, n wnrrnnt Was crdnled nl iho upper bfliee for tho nrrcst of a mnn named Eph raim Dougherty, who was charged Willi having stolen ri quantity of tinman's tools worth 88, tho property of Mnry McGarvy. Nothing-was seen or heard of Iho fellow Until late on Friday night, when officers Wonley and Hoffman, w.ho had been on the Mookontfor liim, met him going into his resi dence in Qrove-st, with a candle, in one "hand, and a young, beautiful, and respectn ably connected girl whoso name wo fo I bear mentioning. Tlio officers did not know him except by description, but they atrcsted him and look him'to prison, whither ho was fol lowed by the young girl, who was detained all night, and in the morning, u scheme of tiie rno.it diabolical villainy was disclosed, and most fortunately was slopped in the out set. It appears that about a year since, the prisoner, who has n wife, tin honest, pains taking frugal wom...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 March 1839

. Poetry, TKBCEtCnnAl,ED& MUCH AWMIItED - ; song, Washington and iiiherty. Whin first the bold Britain oilr Shore did invitde, Our troops, were but few, but they were not r. afraid : ' With' courage united, we all did agree Tho' the world were all slaves, w resolr d .- -ito be free. , '.Such was the hvt of liberty, oitr country and our laics, ... We'll teach our late posterity to stand vi . freedom's cause ' And we'll bravely fight like hcroe? bright,, for honor arid applause I And'we'll defy the proud Brilains to alter our laics. Iow censure is past, they have rul'd o'er the main, , ,i They have couquer'd proud France, and sub- du'd Old Spain : No power in Europe could Wilh them com- .'TiilHhl Americans all join'd, and drove them to despair. And we'll defy the proud Britaius to alter our laics. Now in memory of GEonac Wasuinoton, and all of the rest. iWfitfSO bravely did join in this noble con test; Let his toast then go round to all that belong l"ofree Independence, and hold W...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 April 1839

V few MM V E H M O iTT P1IIE I X . BRATT-LEBOKO, Vt APRIL 5, 1839. NO. 31, teruiHKv cverikmat Meaning y WJI. K. JHYTHnt. TKRXI OF JiBTKRTMt.fe. AJreMisraicMs eiPie(mttr iiwrtcil it t-x tU MWjWwlnrtfcm. imm Aw ij. "Hil & d-v Hfiht of every qr.i 74 tjJH. for 'I tMentMH, m4 12 WlwewWr te introduco such motion or reso- cent for rack wfetytnt law rtfe. Sfck at Mr. Mrri, opinio, &jafc jvSraarjrO. 1830. Mr. President; I rise to prewnt to tli consideration oft'is Senate, nutracrous pe titions signed not mh hy citizens of my own stale, but o tttciw of several other sutcs, Now Yorl., Pennsylvania, Michi gan, Illinois, nndmUna. t Thoio petition tn, amounting irfwjnber to several tliou suds, have tlioijjht pypcr to make me thw orgaj, In cantnuit&ating to Congress their outturns and whiiei on mjWocU which, ts them, sppear uTtlm Mak HtnortMee. These petHten;, sir, ro on the suliject of lavcry, re slavu tnde as carried on with in and hum ths District, tlw slave trade between diflcmit s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 April 1839

VERMOIVX P II CBN IX. Friday Mnluf, April 0, 1830. Common Scuooi.9. Wo think there will no dispute ntnong those who have watched th operatlonsuf the Common School systcm,in this slate, as well as in the rest of New England that it has. failed fully to accomplish, what its founders intended it should. Either from some detect in the law itself, or from some neglect vf Hie people, it has failed to effect the object of Jts originators, the giving of the mcaus of a good, thorough English education lo every ciiiM in the community. '." Government," says Mr. Locke. " is insli luted for the benefit of the governed." Ifthispro- ppsition be true, and its mrth wc tWnk no one will question, it foUows that it is the dutyf the state, to educate, t provide the means of cdOcation fdr every due of its children. For whtft grcritcr 'benefit can any government bc stow on its members, than the giving them a thorough, education. "Education," said Dan ?el Webster,-4' education, moral and intel lectual, is ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 April 1839

Prom the Boston Courier. The North-Eastern Boundarv. Noitilnw u ever happened in our countrv. of n nationnl or political character, niorj dis- pi'aceful than iho proceedings thiit Imvo p ....,! ...:,L tL.. Ai . j t Icen coiiiibkm-u iviiu tuo uiapuica OQitnuitry flfMaine Who could have believed, when the Governor1 of Maine took an independant jta'nJ. nnd was supported by tho entire pop utalion of that State, determined to defend at ,11 hazards, and to vindicate her rights even jl the cannon's mouth, that' in two little months, tho Governor and the Legislature Homo suuer tnemseives to be coaxed to a jarrenderof their honor by our national ernment, or frightened to a disgraceful Ucking-out by a little cockney bravado? Bat so it is. Let not Maine hereafter claim itof honor of Yankee descent. Every drop tMhal blood,-which runs in her veins, has imea to uisnwmcr. air joiin Harvey has pToliuscu mitt no win connno nts meas ures "to tho protection of the communication between tho provincelof...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 April 1839

'C A'L V A It V reporter in From lincliinnhant't Lectures, r . . fhe New York Observer, - I had always supposed that Calvary was a high hill. I had always heard it unlk-d 'Mount Calvary , and,! had scon tlio picture of tlio an cient nin&lgrsr where it is always deltiicnteu I So iintireSf(l Was toy ininu wiiii me uouun, llidtn TIip .iinnnaitinn is nltoireihcr gratui tous, Slid .if serins strange that ii should have ibeuomo so unlvmuh The Go?pcl speaks ot the spot as '(ho place of Calvary,1 or 'the place liey NOTICE. WILL he sold at Puhlio Auc tion, on Tuesday, thu. ninth day of April host, at 0 o'clock, A. M. A SMALL FARM, belong ing to the siiberiber, situated in Durnnierstpn, one fouith of a niilo ensl of the. East Meeting tunl in-,' House, containing about 13 ncics oi innu, 1 1 nn,n. nnn n crnou wuiv-r inivin-i:u iwi cloth dressing or oilier Mechanical business. Sale on the Premises. Farms made known atlhethneorsa.e. 55ENAS WILLIS. Colraln, March 18lh, 1830. 3w29 r ... - - ., ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 May 1839

VERMOf T P II (ffij NIXT VOL. V. Kitjrojvr jpiioismx. fBLISHKD fcVKRY FRIDAY MORNING. BY WM. 11. KYTIIEH. TERMS OK AUVEIITIHIWR. A:lrertiemcDli conspicuously 1 nxnrtpil nt . . T - r-t nl f.. l ! . ... . . Ua for each mux-gut m insertion. Ic Vkxtadtlphla Saturday Courier. THE XOR CAP: OR H' RANUMOTIIi:us TltUNIC. r MR. CAROLtNK hKil 11KNTZ. (Concluded.) When it wn known that Mrs. StnnW's ffitin; house wns advertised for sale, to nifjr the deirmn ds of impatient creditors, ere was much nttonishment nnd moro sor- for hc was a woman univcrsnllv h. r j lar her meekness, loving kindness and r charities. Tho neighbors pothered t qirstion & condole, and great wits the .nrvtuy expressed lor Clara's inconsolable n' They did not know tho secret bur nt tut weighed her to tho dust, nnd won- At mucn to seo the young and clastic ia J uown to ne.iviiy, while Mrs. Stanley tic J so calm nnd resigned. Fanny Mor swas very sorry, nnd expressed herself on (occasion with all tho depth of feeling of ur...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 May 1839

n-n VERMONT PIKE IV IX. Frlilny Mornlntr, Mny 17, 1830. PnosPEr.Ta in VmoiMA. The elcclions for twcnty-ono members of Congress, eight mem bers ol'tlic Statu Senate, and one hundred nnd 'thirty-four members of the House of Delegates, will tnKC place in a few dnvs. Politicians. and nil, who feel interested in the administra tion of tho public nlTuirs of the country, look for the result with no ordinary degree of solici tude. We copy from the Richmond Whig, the subjoined remarks, showing whttt is thought of tho prospect, nnd the consequences of the struggle, by those who arc on the spot : The election is of tinusiinl nnd incalr.uln bio importance. It will disclose the polili cnl sentiment of tho People of Virginia nt this time, declare whether sho is or is not tribe ranked ns npproving Ihis Administra- uop, lis policy in respect to me currency mm the finances. 'with its load of defalcations, ex tra v-UTahcc. arid usurpations, nnd ns ono or inc other appears to bo her determination, exe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 May 1839

T.bok to your liees. If n numlmrnf ...... days cnsuo early In tho season, nrid rovivc Ihetu iron! "eir lurpmiiv oeioro morn i nr.,, loppoimnity to provide- a supphrjiXiiaJ, tnc-rB Bis great uangcroi ineir pcrrsiilng' will It ll lit... i !.!. i,- .... . ibey have noncy io cat. Jjces, nAor tlu'y mv.il.0 from their torpidily,.must eat or die: andnsthoy nro out linrlv tins snrinnvjL-i probable that many' swnrins Jm'erpvnSh ere bo owners or a ware. Till there is nn op lortumty to supply themselves, let honey ana ivaiui, ui muiuaai-s unu water, uo mixed Wether, nnd placed in, shallow vessels. ciiticr in ur iicur mo mves mat they may feed. Alany bees perish from (lying outjn- the spring in warm sunny .ilaysjjwrir" cold nights, nnu wo nave seenUtrj snow banks round hives alinostsorrfcd with tho chilled 0r frozen injswr In th is case, ns cominij oai jyarauvnntagc, tho remedy is to shut m in i.icncscc l'urmer.j Gardening 'A correspondent oftho Nnw IVoili Gazelle speaks of the nrent sums mniln...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 May 1839

From the Toronto, V. C, Patriot FATA I j THUNDER STORM. Sulhcrlnjjil, Rivor St. Clnlr, U. C On Thursday morning (the 28th March) this neighborhood was visited by ono of the most awful nnd terrific thunder storms, remem bered by nny ono in this section oftho prov ince. Soon niter day light the inhabitants were inndo acquainted with tho following melan choly nml heart rending nccidents. Mr llcrrry Agar, residing on tho river bank, nbout a milo above this place, who, with oth ers, had been out all night, doing duty as volunteers, about day light returned to his home with tho intention of taking a little rest. On his near approach to thu house ho discovered tho ridgo boards somewhat out of order, and on approaching still nearer ho discovered fragments of wood, broken glass, ScC. which impressed his mind that the house must have been iniured by the storm ho opened tin door, when ho ound ono of I. if.. I. .1- t.. : ....n... nl.t iitiil nuntli. Ills lllliu uuugiueir, 01 j "" cr three years...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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