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

NOT THE GLORY OF CSARJ II l) T T II E WELFARE OF HOME. BY fff. B. STACY. CARFETINGS A GOOD assortment received nnd Tor sale - low by L.Cl'llTIS. Dec. 14, 11)37. Rigging, Oakum, Tar, Pitch. 100 Coilof Urrcd rigging. Whito, and JJ Mannilla ropcB, of various "Wzcs, up to 7 inch, Spun yarn, hnnibcrlinc, house line, mar- lino, and deep-sea lino, 2000 lbs. Oakum, 24 bbla, North Carolina tar, 15 " pitch, for sale by Follktt & Bradlkys. Den. C 1037. Fashionable Shell Combs. rjHE Ladies nm invitod to call and look at JL ourcurved shell Combs ; latest style just opened at the Variety Simp. FaNGDORN Si UlUNSMAID. Deo. 7, IG37. LYMAN &, COLE. HAVE received one bale of Carpeting, Rob Roy or Blanket Shawls, Tor tan Plaid, Shepherds Plaid for over coal facings. Canada over Blockings, red and pray; Wristlet?, Woollen Gloves &c, Figd. Rob Roy Showls. new style. Burlioglnn D'c. 1. Ml (Tfi'TlY Sides, of host ina'itifacturo. on ka5uoii"i!fiiini'iil for sale bv FOLLET V k 11IIADLEYS. Doc. nt...

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. — 29 December 1837

V It 1 D A Y M O It N I N 0 , DECEMUKIt 29 A very interest ing debate occtiretl in I lie Sonnto uf the United States on Munday week, in which the part taken by Mr. C'ny of Kcnlncky, must commend him to oil parties except the nllra Southerners lor libcralily and fairness. The vexed qucs lion of abolition won introduced into the Senate by Mr. Vn!l, of Now Jersey, who presented n petit inn from certain cit iz-.-iih ol that Stole, proving iho r.bohlian n' lavcry in the Dibtrict of Columbia. Mr Grundy moved in lay the pet it inn on the tabic, but withdrew his motion nt the re quest of Mr. Clny. That gentleman then iiated that In him il wn nianife! llinl Iho feeling nn the subject of abolition ia rapidly extending, and he appealed to Mr. Wall, and other Senators from States whence theso petitions wcro received, whether many of them did not originate more from a Willi to defend the right of petlthn Hum from any other object. llo inquirpd whether the prcsumpiinn that this Fncred right was a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 December 1837

to bo laid on tlio table without being rem), printed, debated, or referred mid Hint no lii r i In; r nrtion shall hn had thereon. Mr. Adams objected, but the niles wore siispcn iIimI nycs 135, lines CO. Mr. Pn I ton then offered his resolution, diclnrmg Hint lie offered it in concurrence with the general wishes of the incmht'rs from I tie South and in the stunt of pence nod luiruuuiy. Wiihoul m v i u tr uiiernncr1 to the loeliug winch swelled hi bosom nl the recollection of I he scone nf yesterday, he would now do what Ini hnd never done before, n nil eel dnm siippiirtotl--he would, for Hm snke of prevent jug excitement, move the provnm question. Tin cut oft' nil dehnie. but Mr. Adam nttcniited to tponk. rising in ".'rein excitement. Order, was shunted from nil quarters, mid for once Mr. A ilo mm wn ri'ii queroil mid sal down. Wiien Hie intuit question wits pill nnd enrried. Mr Admits made n veheinet I proio-i win n In niinie was called. I e waited Ins protest inerl. cd on tlio Jour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 December 1837

r Tirn roou uttm-: maid. When ti poor liilln in.ild feci her senses nmny, Ctuinut shop on litr pillow, nnr icsl (ill 1 1 1 day, Pecs ii fin in slill pnmtn her, di nllllui shoe.ui, And-lliis An in tlinul I lie ilnl of u lunidoiiuc jotuig in. in ; Sty neit;liliiiR will uhifper llien, good l.trkn.tluy, 'J'lic poor litllo maid's in n, uuy li.ul mi). When of her old friend" tdic t nyl mh to glow shv i When she spi'iilsi U'ly seldom, mill -peaks witll u villi ; When, llimiali wiiij or hb, the appears like n iliini'i', And folks uuinlcr what's come 10 the girl nil ill once : Sly neighbor- will litcp'-r iIipm. 'jooil l.ul; n-dny, Tlie poor lillle. maid's in u ncij bad way. 7JIB .SPANISH CIGAR Tlie pool nmv lulls of the loaf i f In varo. And r.ill il ilic f.iiiesi, mid tuiiti'sl iltai ;nv. , lint the lies I of nil le.iw- llnil Ii i eti'i been Ii ird, Is the noble Tubacco le if, lolled up i n 1 thiol. When llic pin il rinclnpp inken nuny. And Ipsum small passu:!! i h'l tin smoke pt.iy ; Then ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 January 1838

N O T T II K O I. O It BY Us B. STACY. X O V V ,V S A It ! It H T T II U W K I, F A Hi: t) F It O M K. 38 5 Of 1 'V'n.. Xff""gfo. fi50 CANADA. Poltcv ns well asiwninniiy should induct' tlic royal aiilhnrVies nf Cnnndu lo temper justice willi tp'-cy. Every drop of blood lln'V flicd dl hi ii r I, up nn armed 111:111 hereafter. They nnv doom their captives to nn ifrioininioiiH dcmli. lint Ihey cnnnol qticli '"o "I'lfll which tnailo them martyrs. Tliry limy sny that thu patriots, or the rebels if they chnno, have fh'loil nnd point tolhogibbel where llieir limb- nre nailed, to prove the assertion ! but let them remember "They NtVF.n kail, who nir. IN 4 on K at causk; iIiii lil.uk may sn.ik llieir Their lie.nls m.iy mildcn in llie sun ; t lnti- limbs I!c .linn'' Iriuilv u . 1 r mill raile nail. Bill mil llieir Fp'u il walk iitiin.iil. I'liMiijIi joins Kl.iprp iiml nih"i sh tie n il.nl; n ilnn.ii, Tliev Inn iiiiiui'iii llie ili'ep ,iml Mi'i'i'iii; lliuiiglilf , V lie h iivi'iiiimri' nil nl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 January 1838

F 11 1 I) A y M O II N 1 N 0 , JANUARY, 0. TUB AMERICAN SOIL INVADED, AM) UiNAIlMIJI) A.m UNUnSISTir0 AM Kit icANs inn ciiunni) in cold ut.oon ! Wc am indebted to the Albany Argus fur the following condensed account of one of the most flagrant uutrnges upon Ameri can ciliEon?, mid tlio American soil, that tlio world had ever known. Wcro there room to tluobt, wo could fnin disbelieve; but nil our informal ion but too fully con firm? this statement. HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM THE FRONTIER. The intelligence from the Western fron tier Inst evening is of the moM painlul tenor. Official od unofficial statements leave no doubt t lint the steam boat Caroline owned in Buffalo, containing thirty-throe citizens of the United Stale wo attacked whilst lying al the wharf at Schlosscr, port on tlio American side of the Niagara river, nnd every person within the reach of the assailants ( 13 in number,) massacred! that it was then lowed into the current of the Niagara, and with 12 persons either killed o...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 January 1838

Til E eubcnuor requests oil per sons indebted lo him, to Make immediate payment, ns his ne cessities will not ml And In; would ogam V C llio recollection of H' who ca II nt Sundav morning Hm Sln.p nw bo closed ? t in? I cTefuro suggests the, exped. onev of callin" on Sunday evening. Tho c P rsons having borrowed Razors, ore requited to rcium the W their little bill Lnuw DBnvn.t.L. Burlington, .Tin. 1, inatl. Provision Barrels. THE pibscnbcr line on hand a good lot of "revision Barrels, which will be sold lev for cash. BBVBRAN0Bi J7nrlinKtin, Jan. t, 1H37. Change ! Change ! ! C MALL CHANGE for sale in sums to Mill purelin-cs. I'rcmiutn pain GOLD and SILVER in sunn not I than 410. nt tin- store of b LATHROP & POTWIN Jon. 5. io:tn. . To Wood Choppeis. GUIS EX'S AXES. A SUPPLY of the nbovu celebrated Axes, just received, n nil for gate by iho dozen or single, bv tlm subscriber. ROBERT MOODY. Burlington, Dec. 20, l37. 1TXMBBR. TJIHH utnliT-iL'ii 'I ofierr- lor sale a quail X tny of L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 January 1838

Sit akkspba nKt'I'lic following pnf?n fjctt, amongst ntliius of Sliuliviicnro, show that the bard of Avon was linhiicil with ri sense of I he beautiful pnclry of Holy Writ; nnd thai ho Ftiniol imi's paraphrased it , -n ud applied it to his, own purpose. To cay tint tho passages annexed are tnnrcly so mony .v coincidences:, would lie nbmrd i Of "mercy," eiysi Purlin, "Tlic quality of moic.v Is nnl slrninod, It droppcih, us the gciiilrr lain fnini lie. n en, Upon l lie pliico l)i'iiei,lli j" "Alurcy if seasonable in the tinio of nflliclion, a clouds of rain in the time of drought." Eccct, chnp. xxxv v, 20. "II is ivticc blessed : It LlcesRth him that gives, mill him that tokos ;" "Bleesed arc I lie merciful ; for they shall af -obtain mercy." Matlh, chap, v, v, 7. Again "Tlicrr fine, Jew, Thoujm juslicc ho iliy pirn, consider llii, 'I'liiil in I lie cnuifC nl' justice none of na Should tec saltation ;" "Enter not into judgment with thy ser vant i for in thy eight shall no man living b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 January 1838

NOT T II V. G L O It Y O F O S A It ; II V T T II H W E L F A KH O F It O M I). BY IF. B. STACY. FRIDAY, JAWMM 12, 1838. Vain ic -V. 1". American. '1'hcro is delicacy, poetry, and Iruo iilTcclion in die follow ing lines : TO S. T. P. BT L1KUT. 0, W. PATTUN, U. S. A II .MY. "Shadows nml clouds arc o'er mc, Thou art not here my bride j Tlio billows d.isli bcfoic me; Which bear mc from my side. On lowering waxes benighted, Dim sets ilie weary day 5 Thou art not licie, my plighted, To smile the stoim away," Where njmiihs of Ocean slumber, I strike the ini-iifiticd tlavn J With wild and mournful number, To charm the wandering wave, Haiti ! to liio wolds of sin row, Along the fading main ! " 'Tis iiijhl but will the morrow Reitorp clml smile again 1" "'Mid cuilsiii'd iho.um descending, Thy gentle furin I liarc ; Dimly with shadows blending, I gaze upon thy face ; Thy voice comes o'er mo gladly, Thy hand is on my brow : 1 wake ihe wave roars madly, Beneath the plungii.g prow. "Spied on tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 January 1838

m ur i & stj&w P K I I) A V M O H N I N n , JANUARY, 12. Nr.UTJUUTv. -Tlx; President lino sent n "iprcinl iiio-fage lo Congress, n tit! issued n Proclamation to the people, touching the events transpiring tin (ho northern frontier, both of which will he found in mint her col umn. Orn. Scott, we also Irnrn, has been ordered onto the frontier, with instruction? to cull on Gov. Marcy lor cucli force os he mny rrquiro to maintain n strict notional neutrality. There con ho no doubt of the intention of this government to maintain in good fnith its treaty stipulations with Great B'iloin. while nl tho Fntno time the citizens of this nation will maintain their "reserved right" of thinking, speaking, nnd acting, as to litem shall cccm lawful and just. fCrHis F.xcelloncy, Gov Marey, accompa nied by Geo. Winfiold Scolt, and suit'), of the U.S. Army, left lowo in tho six o'clock cars last evening, on their way lo the Canada fronlicr.--Alb. Adv. Jan. 10. Urrr.n Canada. Nothing of moment h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 January 1838

Ii f COUNTING ROOM ALMANAC FOR 1838. g 2 H H gl 5? January 8 3 4 5 G 12 in 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 10 1 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 23 20 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 12 3 4 5 G 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 Febkuahy March Arjtii. 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 May 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 Jl'NH 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 July 1 2 3 15 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 12 3 1 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 January 1838

f tho opponents of regal power in Cnna iltt, entitled to the hearty commendation of very son of liberty, and wo trust lliat a 1 ist providence will' ultimately crown tliein with success. Itcsoh'Ctl Thai wo look upon the sen timents advanced by those citizens of Mon t cal calling themselves American?, as being in the highest degree disgraceful to men claiming bo honorable a name, and that such sentiments could bo uttered by none others than iho cringing sycophants of a despot, or rencgadocs who have left their country, for their country's good. Resolved. That we consider tho letter written by ceitain individuals in Burling ton to tho Governor of this Slate, as an offspring of Iho Tory principles of '70 and unworthy of tho sanction of any but the uncmics of a republican government. Resolved. That in view of the facts cot forth in the proceedings of the late meeting at St, Albans, our governments t ight to take immediate mcr.surcs to ob tain redress for the injuries and insult per petr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 January 1838

not t n k i l o i: v o r c ,i: sa it; i' t t It K W F. I, F A K K It O I'.. BY M.B. STACY. VOS. XI No. r-52S o V A LEG KM) OF OLD UN TIME, A fend existed in nnclcnt time, Betwixt ii fanner i tn Ic , And ii slriingcr coming from distant clime j, " I'he spirit (if Air," to enllril in ilijmw ; f was a lecp nnd deadly feud. 13 11 1 I lie f. 1 1 in or latched nl his blustering foo And Im built bint ii in. union Finij;, And ihero teniie I'nnn wnnl mid wo, From the Minimcr'n i.iin and llie winter's (now, lleblcpl "like a flea in . rug." "Slay 1 enter hern 1" eaid llie thundering wind, As'lic knocked at llie creaking door, Hiil'tuns locked from willlin and lie could not find An entrance llieic, eo he made up Iih mind To avenge il in menace and loar. "May I enter 1" lie said al thn window frame, In a uhificr lionise ami low, "May I enter 1" the answer whs Mill llio aame, And fiwclliiv wiih linger, ami pride, and eluino, lie liivcicil the gl.isj at a blow. He whittled nrnnnd the cliimiicvs ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 January 1838

C O 31 MUNIOATlONi The Florin Which I hrcr.teucd In burst upon u is passing uvviiy. 'I'lii' govern infill roti.ai lo ii sense nl lliu danger, which illliiinMl Kfiil was producing, is pni Mug forth its energies in unnerve nor ucnccfnl relations, 'I'iui return in quiet Will pri.lmli'y in n inpttl, n- tin? excitement which tlirrnltliril In disturb that quiet was Piiilikn nml extraordinary. The errors into wlncli we have IhIIimi, having their Origin in 1I1O li"fl I'l'rslinjrM n!" nur naliiri!. lnvo nl' lilicrty nml deriro lo extend Ms blessings, should In mentioned without liny asperity tnul rente inb:'ri'il only ns can lin'ni n omii i x' mwignnec ill i he ox1 enstnn tiT nur p'I'icip'i'-i M people lint pti'pnri'i) In Tcceive them 'I'lic thoughtful man, while vn riiMitl with tyrul cftil emotions fur dtli vor noo iV'iin danger, will seek In I'oepon iIip iinprcshm v. Inch I In; principle it! itikm) government make upon the ininil bv n proper improvement ol I hi past. The demands, of do'y n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 January 1838

placo nnd one from up the lake. The Mmro is untliing to justify it. It ivan lo Mw P.nalnnd. nnnllmr lame Floanmr!!"-'r'frrrll. d(.Mr C said) that In our own lying here, is fitting mil for Mm Island i n number of engineers wnrn nbnnrd of her yetterday getting her ready. It if n-cor-taincd lhat Mm r,roatcr pnrt nf McNah's nrtny hns retired Imm Chippewa, either with l ho intention of inviting Vnn IIciip.-o-lacr to n landing to cope with him on more rqnal terms, or fur other reasons, lie undoubtedly intended to make, an nttnek on the Inland lnt Sunday night, but hi.' I roups refused lo gn nhoard. Tim Antcri ran troops on Orntid Nlniul dislinclly henrd thrtn refuse. The object of the Plentn bnats is supposed to be to take the pnlriot forces to the tnnin land II would n-penr to bo nulicy for them tn move simn. 1 S. VV. P. S. I open my Irtter lo say since writing Mm above lint tlm rumor of Dun c mbrt'e ImitiL' in nriiH in the wetern purl nf the province is confirmed It is said lm lias n ih...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 January 1838

si cAmPvTiofr furniture. WOULD rcseciluliy m lor in t lie public thai ho lino now on linml tint! id con eUinMy manufacturing nt t ln old shop (imiiiutiy imciiois mill Ilerricus) nn cluirlili M., an elegant assortment of Cab i tic t In r o it it r o consisting of nlnnM every iiitioh' cnllril fui in Ins -tutu of business, w hi c li lio offers for snlo on as good terms us enn bo purchased lor in this vicinity. Most kinds of Ininbor or produce received in pay incnt. Cash is most wanted bill a liberal credit will bo given. Ashore of patronage is most respectfully solicited. Burlington, Dec. 7, 1037. Rigging, Oakum, Tar, Pitch. i rr Coil of tarred rigging. White mid xJJ Mannilla ropes, of various sizes', up to 7 inch, Spun yarn, hnniberlino, liouso line, tnr- lino, find deep-sea line, 2000 lb. Oakum, 24 bbls, North Carolina tnr, 15 " pitch, for sale by Fom-utt & Un admits. Dec. 0 10!57, Cti Sides, of best manufacture, on 4!k iii Ns eoiij'tgiimnnt lor bale by FOLLETT Si BRADLEYS. Dcc. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 January 1838

immiMnmm inijjajini n 11 1 n BY If. B. STACY. MAN NOT TUB LORD OP THE CREATION. It would scnrn to bo a canon of Hip. knock of writing now so much in vogue, tliot every 'light' nrticlc should commence with a paradox an Desertion involving n contradiction. I should bo norry to l.iso tny small chance of popularity by too stern n contempt for such n cixtnni, nnd I will thcroforc boldly conform to the fashionable absurdity, by nt oico aesorting that the Ladies arc the Lords of the Creation. This of course I mean to prove, even though it involves a contradiction of the convictions of age. In an era ol rcvoln tions' n few more or less are a trille at least in the imagination of a youthful philosopher. From the lime when I've lost bor equal ily by leading Adam into that sin which cost us I'nradise, woman has been strug gling to regain her natural position in the creation. She has passed from a condition of positive slavery through all the inter mediate stages up to her present high advancem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 January 1838

P It 1 1) A V M O It N I N 0 i JANUARY', 2G. HVii. Wool,, oflho U. S. Army, iiceotnpiiiiinl by Ouv. Jekisok, piiHCil lliroitRli this town, on Woihiesd.iy, on their way to ilio frontier, lor the iniii).o if"ii!('crtiinin whether liny ncecs-ily r-x-tH for eallimr mil the militia o( litis otiito. We apprehend, litnvover, lh.il no sufficient e.ui'n will be found fur well u movement. A II I now quid in ilio Lower Province, nni! llicic is little ipuhmi to to expect nny tlUtiirbincc of the present state of thing?. Hill fliniild the General determine oilier, wiee, nny rail ih.it is insula upon ilio Gieen Monti tnin Bo)s will In- promptly muivcrrd. Gen. Wool, if we recollect righl, was on ilia northern Ironliur (lining the List war mill has I ecu In active icrvico on the southern nnil wcslrrn bor der most of llie ihno since. Asn Rrnlleinen, mid n brave, efficient officer, ho Hands deservedly high In pnblicrcliio.il ion, and flitniM occasion re quire it, uc slmnld rej icc lo fco him at the he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 January 1838

FROM WASHINGTON Washington, .Tan. 15 Senate. Mr. Buchanan broiitrlit lor ward his bill for preserving neutral rclo. (Ions between tliu United Stoics mid neigh boring countries. Tlio bill is the net in addition to llic net passed in IB III, for punishing certain crimes, I have before given yon nn outline of ibis bill. It embraces several sections and empowers collectors of tlio Customs. U. S. Marshals, U. S. Agents, and nil the officers or llic General Government, to preserve- the neutral rotations between the two govern ments. It contains provisions ntti horisintr the President to make appropriations, and put the laws in force. Mr. Buchanan pave n history of the act of 1018. Under that act it was considered no violation of neutrality for one party to enter this country and to buy and sell arms and munitions of war for the put pose of carrying on war with another country. Such an net, according to tliu taw of 1 0 in, and according to the general taw of na tions was not considered n v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 January 1838

CABINET FURNITURE. WOULD t. ,.ec'iniiy Hi lorm I In; public I hnl he Inn now mi hand nnil i con ('nuily irmitu'acumiip nl lln dlil liup (lonucrly Nichols mi l I Icmrks) on cliuthli el., nil ( legttiit assortment of (Jab. inot luriiiliiro CKiif iMnr ol almost every nrticic called for in his Inn.' of business, which ho nlTers for sale on as pood terms tia cmi bo purchased lor in this vicinity. Most kinds of lumbar or produce received in pay mcnt. Cash is ninsi wonted hut n lilicrnl credit will be given. Ashore of patronage is most respectfully solicited. BurUnghn, Dec. 7, IIH7. Rigging, Onkuni, Tar, Pitch. 1 HO Coilof larrcd rigging, Whilo and XVJVJ M antnlla ropcf, of various sizes, up to 7 inch, Spun yarn, hnmhcrlinc, house line, mar line, and decp-sra line, 2000 lbs. Onkuni, 24 bbls, North Carolina tar, 15 " pitch, for Bale bv Foi.m'.tt & DnAui.tivs. Dec. G 1007, Til (TfKTlY Sidep, of best manufacture, oi: (HLcoiisigtiinent for Kale by FOI.LETT Si ISilADLEYS. Dec. Otli 1837. Ch...

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