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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 March 1843

ftftlebttr Xn tftfs Dapcr aw jiuWfchrtr tftr 3?uilfc rtfcnj, iUsolutfons. 2ato, ubltc Srrattcs, JJanltrtipt Uottccs 23tc. o tltc SJm'tctr Statcs, 23a Sutftor2. H. BEIifij Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY YT. MARCH 29, 1843. VOL. VII .--NO. 47 M UPBBilSHBD EVEHV WEDNESDATT MOBNING hoetdt styD or Tnc bbidge, bt J. C O B B -JR. bf whom all orders for printing, Books Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,ofevcrydcs eription will bo neatly and fashionably ox ecutcd, at short notice. TERMSOF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. Village subscribers 82.00 Mail subscribers, . . . . 2,00 InJiu'dualj and Companies who Uke at the office gl'75orl'50 centsifpaid in six months. ompanics on blago routcst ... $1,75 Tho?e who take of Postriders . . . S2.00 II not paid at Iheend of the year 2, 26 No papers discontinued until arrearages arc paid xcept at iho option oftlie proprietor. JVo paymert All communications must bc addresscd to thc editor Post Paid., AGRICULTURAL. PitosrKCTS of Tijade. We slated a few days since tha...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 March 1843

ignal victory his doclrines spread rapidly among high and low, rich nnd poor, learned und illitcrate. During his eventful Iife, ho thought and believed for future agcs ; and even in the nineteenth century we feel (he tcourge of his invenlivc mind in the oppo siijoti to our missionaries in tho kingdoras of Istamisin. IIo dicd at tho ngo of sixty Ihrcc, leaving it as a dying injunction to his four mvcs nevcr to many again. MARY. DEATH OF THE APOSTLES. Mattiiew. This npostlo and cvangclist 18 snpposed to havo suffered martryrdorn.or was slain with a sword at a city of Ethio p:a. Maek. This evangelist was dragged through tho slreets of Alexandria, in Egypt untii ho cspircd. JjPSr. This evangelist was bargcd up. ' intan olire trco, in Grecce. Jon.v. This apostlo and cvangeli ( wa5 pai into a chaldron of boiling oil-t a( Rrme ajad csciped death. He aftKVn-a'rds. diod a .tintural death at Ephcsu , jn Asdo,. l'TEn. This apostlo wrfS cr'ucified at T.ome, with his liSsad dow;nvards at his own...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 March 1843

I n tw ,.,t,;..t . ,ote in Congress in which these subjects 'J . i j j- -ii . ..i,r fcafe been tnvolved. And n w.ll strongly lfnd!o sccureatnumphtoa party which tV01vs war lo the kmfe ogamst tho accom- rlishmcnt of every purposc which abohtion. ;sls ould promote, nnd will theverynext CongreBs make a desperale effort to se cure the ascendaccy of slavcocracy by-tho snsexalion of Texns lo the Union. Ve cannot believo that any sane whig CB0 bo induced to lake a course so cminent- , , , . , , . , , y calculatcd to rutn both the slavo laborer ( ofibe south and tho free laborer of ihe north si tho organization of a third pariy in ihe present situation of the coun. trv. It must prove an aborlion. Noparty canslandupon the solitary ground offreo- ,ng ine negroes ai me soum oi 50H.U period of time while tho interests ol white freemenare made no account of dunng the long nnd pamful conmci. B nopc we time moycomc whcn the captivo will be , ...:n t, i... . ,.: i made lree, ana inai iUuCUU.UJ.u, j...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 29 March 1843

DENTBTRY. N. IIARR1S. SURGEON DENT1ST. W OULD express his graiitndc to the .,M r. Cnr the natronase wliich has been so liberdlly beslowed upm hitn, anu f gj10e3 vjndow Glass, Cut and Wro't Nails, trusts 1111.1 hi? skill and enlarged cxpenence& ,ow f(jr c 0 READr pAr in most wili seeure a contimiance -i . "e , as-urc the public that he has ever ctideavored : ,.. ...., ,n;ti. all tho iiiirrovrmenis in thc1 -srience of Dentistiy, by acquainlinrr himfelfl viitii ihc mujtreceiitpnblicalion-!, and by cor- xeapandince wilh d:stin2uis;icd practitioners npHE Copartnershipheretoforeexisting un ir, the rhies. He last sprin purciiased of! X der the fitm of A- & W. S. Johnson is ihaf-kilful dentisl Dr Whiltemore of Boston, his day dissolved by rautu.il consent. All ihe arl of raakin:? ilie GoLn Amalgum which cn.mi indebted tothelate fitniare requested b:u rei-cntlv been so happily a 'opied imo the fu Call and ettle with IV. S. Johnson who is prctu-e ol tlic prolessmn tn uo.ion, c Yark an...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 5 April 1843

mfat fce n thfs jjaper arc jmbltBltrt. tfte $ntUc rtrcrs, iVcsoIuttotTS. Sabw, uDIfc Errattes, JJanUrujjt Jiottccs Etc, of thc EJnttcir Statrs, Ujj authortts. H. EELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. APRIL 5, 1843. VOL. VIL-NQ. 48 jJeaute's IjrDntlSIIED EVERV WEDNESDAY 3I0RNING SOKTn END OF T-HE BBIDGE, BY J. C O B B JR. 5y whom all orders for printing Books, I'amnhlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every des I tription will be neatly and fashionably ex ccuted, at short noticc. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. Vlllage subscribe S2.00 Mail subscribe", . . . . 2,00 IndjvjM&iI' and Companies who lake et the ofScc t Sl'75orl'50 cenuifpaid in six months. ompanics on istage routes, Those who take of Postridcrs . K not paid at theend of thc year 2, 26 $1,75 ,0 No nancrs discominued until arrearages are paid fxcepl at tlie option ofthe proprietor. No paymei t to Uarnerialloweil rxcept oraerea ny tne proprietor communications rousi bc addressed to tlie editor Post Paid 3IISCELLANE0US. CHEE...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 5 April 1843

FORISIGN NEWS. THREE WEEK3 LATER FROM EUROPE. Tho Colunibi.i arrivcd at Boston on Mon div morning. niaking hcr passag.i from L:vcrj-ml in lificeu days and a half. She Isa-j c.tpsricnccd very good wintcr wcathcr. She lirought 5ftj--fourpas3enRiTi from Liv-cnK-.nl, ninooftkem fur Halifax. Tlic crcditon who havc ndvHnced lheir nnrv t'o t!iu repudi.-itiug Statcs of this U i.jon havo addre--?cd a slron'g nicmorial on lho subject lo ?.Ir. Evcrctt, thc A:nc:icnn Minisler in L-mdon, with a reqnest that it may bo fnrwarjjd to thc Prcaidcnt fur pre--.nta:inri to Congrosj and lo thc dilTcrcnt St'tto LiisUtiirM. Tiio mcmririal advan cm cvr.tv possible nrgtirncnt for tho main i'!iancc of thu crcc'it uf tho Statcs, and truly ciiaiigh, the almost irrelricva V.a i.ijury which American crcd-.t has sus lained ia H.m.pc thrnug'i tbe dishoncsty of Ciu Statcs which hate reiiudialed. It has rcct-ued a grcat numbsr of signalurcs. The nnt sfrikin passaga rclates tti tho strait o:ie.l nei-iiiiiarv circumsta...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 5 April 1843

jccond cnginecr, who was shipping thc star- j Loard whcel, was killed inslantly. Tho firat ri.jinliff was so severely Bcaldod that ho dird shortly ofter. Fivo of tho firemcn, wero blown" overboard, threo of uhom wers picked up, nnd the olhers were drowned. Odp was a ncgro from Cincinnati, tho other Frenchman. Scvcn or ciglil cmigtant posscngcs on tlin lower dcck wete scalded xvcrrly but i m dangrrously. A large miiiibtrof dcck phcngers wero blown u. icibo'ard urd drowned, supposed to bc ten nr te'r; ihc nr.mrs aru nolknown. Troy Whig. Dk. Jaht on Millkrism. Wc copy ' charactcr ofthe Court, as the great babmcc The foliowing articlc on Mr. Millcr's Chro- whccl ofthe machtncry ofthis Govcrnmem, nology from thc Churchman. The author, might be inj iriously afflcted by the changes Dr. Jarvis of Middletown Ct., is oneof the which a few years have brought about in ils most lcsrncd divines in the Episcopal composition. In thc most important decis Churrh, and has devoted hitnself for many jon...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 5 April 1843

DENTiSTRY. N. HAR1US. SURGEON DENTIST. OULD exprcas his gralhude w the w yuwt.v ui ..... , - fln 1 1 . L1 been so " ilipr:lllV HPSIUIYtu u -ii ...., tn.nt his skill and enlarged experience ;:ure a conlinuance ot it. He wouia irusts e .tp the nublic that he has evor e..de..vored to ke-p un win. all the improvrments in ine ...Ip,,. ..f Dentistrv. bv acquain iriL' hnnstlf -.. .i.. ...., r.Mhlicjtion. and tiv cor- i respuodtnce wilh distinauished practiticners m, the rines. He last sprinn purciiaed or th;itki:ful dentisl Dt Whillenijre of Boston, ibe art of inakinj tlie Cold Auilcum which 1ns recenty heen so happily a lopied imo the r.ictue 1 the prolession in uo-ion, ie """" . . I... . I fir-t York nnJ otnrr piaces, uuu u.i "vw. ........... to intioduce it into this regiou. So complete ly does ihis cimpositiou sh'nlJ thr ljolh,lhat t iose h"i lerto.hecome iender:ind ucless, hv h inz properly cleansed :md filed, may be iireserve !, and so restorwd. thai lie posse-sor ran masiicue his lo...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 12 April 1843

mwmhwcn n thto 3&per arc jmbUsftrti tfte "gn&l'c rtrcn, i&rsolutfons, 2lato5, Utiutfr. STrwttts, Brm&utnt Hottccs 23tc. of tfie EJm'teB St.ttw, 23n Sutliorrtjj. H. JBELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. APRIL 12, 1843. VOL, VII .-NO. 49 1 a roBLisnED evees wednesdat moenisc ifoirrn exd of the ceidce, by J. C O B D Jlt. by whorn all orders for printing Books, Pamphlsts, Bills, Carda, &c, of cvery des cription will be ncatly and fashionably ex. ocuted, at short noticc. TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. Village tubscribert, 2.00 Mail EubscriLera 2,00 IodiidnaIj and Cornpaniea who taks at the office J Sl'7Jorl'50 cenuifpaid ia lii monlbf. omp.mics on uago roules, . . . 1,75 Thoe who lake of Postrideri ... g2,00 II not paid at Itiecnd ofllie ycar 2, 25 No papers discontinued until arrearaces are paid cxcept at the optionoftlie proprietor. ffo pajmert lo C-irriera nlloived cxcept ordcrcd by tlis proprietor t AIIcomm'jnicatioDsmustbc addrcased tothc editor Post Paid i ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 12 April 1843

aon'a first term. Ifitsppcarcd that this could not bo done othcrwisc than by means of a Nutional Bank, than it shoutd bo so done. And ve uDderstood and proclaimcd it as a Whig principlo that the Execalivo thould conform to the will of Legialative powcr Jn this rcspcct. Morc : we know this was the general expeetation, and that the Loco-Focos anticipated as'one conse qucnce of a Whig triumph tho crcation of o Nationat KanK. Biif f fakc another viow ofthe positionl. ir i. -.u tu 'p .1 .1 . -j- . j r-'.. i eept. us no a.dmg them o derraud be . renpDyesmD1.Sn.nSananK!aE.,.youivan.a R , pubIishes0no 0f ana wpi. iy.er KPm mg .i i , , lc, ., " i c ry out the nrtnciMcs and fulnl tho wisnes ot the Whig People. Let us test his fidclity ' by yours, or vice vcrsa : 1. You, Caleb Cushing, voted for Mr. Clay's first bill to chartcra United States Bnnk. If there were any iniquity in lt nny fraud intccded on the People any p!ot ngainst llicir liberties jou are in for it. There can be no two ways abo...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 12 April 1843

AmericQ tmd only ns negro clcths &cv are actually manufclured and worn by tlio Mjjttxofyour village. . I hopo, however, thst thts Information l noi cause you to concludo tlmt it is o-;'- to the liard timc3 that has reduced your 'eUborsto wear "negro clolht." Ibr tho jrticle ismadein your own villago out or these cheap foreign wools is such good style itml for all commoii purposcs, the democra cv ofour cour.try nced nol bs aslmmed to w'etr ilicm. Yours truly, S. V. Jewett. Weybridge, 4th March, 1843. To the Editor of tlic Feople's Pre. St- Ennuiries are frenuenllv made in re- gard to tbe rights of wiilows to additional pensions, under the acts in alteration and cx tension ofthe law of the 7th of July IS33. For the purpose of answering them, nnd fa cilitating the application3 of widows Ibr the pensions to which these acts cimtie inem, i desire lo say ihrough your paper, that the benefiisof theaetof the 7th ofJuly 1833, granting five years iiciiion to widows who were married prcvio...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 12 April 1843

CONCORD RAILROAD. i FJ1LL S,- mXTIM JRRAXGE.-JEXT. r!MIi.S lJ-o;J viil b?ipei..'J lo ti:e pubhe J'i-i r ilic lwi.sjiur.at:oi o: f r.iscni:cs ain" merchanmse oa &-d nf.er i"ai y -V P'. U.42. !'aseii..cr irajnn ilaii-.- T'un iy es-c-pic.1, in c .nr.cior. v.-:u iht- csss cf ihe Nishua d Lowci' sn-l i-'astuu siiJ Lowell II ihoadsas r.Jw., i t: Lrive Bonon fjr IJaMic, Mancrrrter, t'orcord, .ni(i ir:erir.-ci.-.'e :)'cc ai 7 1 2 i. m , 11 1 2 a. ii., and i 3-4 r. Leavel-o-vilat 8I2aJ', "! ''ai;3-Jr .Sa.t .3 rl !IHiB, J i-2aSMl6 12ra. ' Wai.cUeitcr 10 2Urw ir.i 71 ira. cr lais-'C'i-'!? i.n nrira: o! tr n Concord fur VinHtte'cr. ...-v'iT nnd trnr.: . u, :!.-K-.t -t.l2 3-ira. a.w-niur 5 9.i. II 1 t- -13 i Ss'H. l,wt:it 7l-AiU Il'M awtsra. cr laimeilii-lcu 'H airlvs! c." t!j c.ir :. ( s urra. iv . I'n-i- -r?-, : !-(! ftt Hi.r!: Gi F':, p. -ii rvrr. ri-ii.-r.:iir. wiJ il u.uai :ir?lr:r Llr.tr cf tae .nttun ai... Lowell yt- Ia'. lial'it.r.i! i. rill ao.-n Cl.ci:it lo Iir.u V ro 1xivf;I 1 T1 ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 April 1843

Jutaolebnrg P1 01 n ihts JJ.ipcr arr jm&ltslicii tlte DuMfc Ortrrs, itreoluttous, Hatow, DufiUc arrratirs, Banltrupt Hottccfl Etc. of tlic ITm'tcir Stntre, iJ siuihorfis. H. JBELL, Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT. APRIL 19, 1843. VOL. VII .--NO. 50 IjrCDLISHED EVEIir WEDNESDAY MORNING JTOISTII KSD OF THE BlilDGE, BY J. C O B B JR. l,v whom all orders for printing Books, idmplilets, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvery dcs cription will be ncatly and fashionably e. cciitcd, at short notice. j I TERMS OF THE SEVEHTH VOLUME. ; ' viiiage .uJcribcr. S2.00 ldU;duaian,iCon,Panies wl.o uke at the office uPon', cnfice my lovo for you to my SM-75orl'oO ccntsifpaid in six monil... country s honor ! How can I Iovc my hlee-omjianic-s on nago roctcs. . . . 1,75 ding country, and at thc same tiinc him Tho'c xeho takc of Postridcrs . . . 2.00 whose sword is ready to piTce its bosom 1 II not pald at tl.cend oftlie jcar2. 25 Torn, formy snke, George.iwd be an Amcr No napcrs discontinued until nrrc...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 April 1843

EVERY DAV PIETY. There is senernlly moro true piety exhib iPif in a fiithful obitrvancei of tho mmor tluti-s of rcligion, than in tlioie that excite the notice nml npplause ofmen. Irapropcr niolivcs may prnmpt to pulrfic dilties, while thosudut.cs which esrapc nren'a cyes nn.I nrc intcn.!e.l onlv for God's olKervation are not likcly long 10 be practiscd by an unrc newcd pcrson. Thcrc was more piety in )e elevotion of Nichodemus, wbcn he bow ,1 Htmie betiealU ibo fi? trec, thau in all the osieiiratiou? prayers oi the phylactero-aclor-noil l'lwri.eci al thc corners of the streets. The poor wiilow who motlestly east into the frea-iiry her hard carnrd iiiitcs' gave great cr cvMcmcc of piety, than did rlic wealthy mlilen coins rattlcd their own praisc as thev fell inlo the chest. Desire of applnuse pridc of consistency dread of dinsure may protnpi 10 mui uoumik ries. but only piciy towanl Gud can lea-I por.Neveriiisly and joyfully to thc clo?ct to tlm ehsmlwr of afllictiou ainl poverty t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 April 1843

Ctirist, althougb grown grey in transgression and sin, who dictates these valedictory fen limcnts to you from the very borders of tlie grave." Much mizhtbc said oftbc cbristian spirit tliedeceased manifested towards tbe last of tfis life, and ot'bis desires to Iivc to do some gooJ. Hc often said tbat he bad no dcsirc to live but for his family, and tbat be mig-ht exert a diffcrcnt influeiice from wbat be bad dono. But tbis prayer was not granted him. i,ct no oue delay for a tno rc con venient sea wen to do the will of God. J. E. G. YIEWS OF THE ADMINISTRATON. oast of their being clad in American fa , r, ., , . . , 4, i bncs. J he rich should wear them as an Aftcr the cr.dorsement given by the offi. 0 ,e for their neighbors and soon cial paper ,n th.s city to the "Aurora and f of haJ tlmc3 w w to b(J rjmon po.bl.shed in New-lork, wo are ,icar( J Eochester Democrat. ooiiged in courtesy to regard it as a truo exponent ofthe views ofthe Administration. COMMANDER MACKENZIE HON Wo copy th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 April 1843

CONCORD RAILROAD FALL lriNTERAMlASGEMENTS rpMHS I'aad will benpemd lo tlie public , M- I r ilie iraiispor'atiun of mMnjc s diii' . mercliundiscon and afler .!oinl.iy & p'. 12it. j S2. I'.issenucr trains daily, Sundays x r pied, in conmxion witli iln- rars of ihe iWbua :id Lowell and Doil n an I Lowell ( Vt iihoaJs as fol.uwa, viz: Levc ll'lon for Naahua, Manchrster, I'onconl, and inlermcdiaie placo al 7 1 2 . m , 1 1 1 2 a. and 1 3-4 r. ji. Lrare Lowell al H 1 B M, 12 1-4 P M .ni1534 r M .s.jliia at SHix, I I S r.M an.l C 1 2 r M. ManclnMi-r 10 m, 2 I 4 r x and 7 1 4 r M. c.i iiuni-diHTdy mi llir nirhal of llir c: frmn ltiif.n- OniohiI fiir Manelii'r,.ii-lma, l.owllaiil nis 11.11 Jt 4 3-4 Alt, 1 1-2 a X aiul 2 3-4 r M. M.n-clioler 5 I 2 M. II I 4 M sml 3 1-4 r M. ' N.-ilma al G 1 2 a m, 12 1 4 M anil 4 I 4 r H. lowell al 7I4A.M, I r M and 3 1" M. nr iMiuiiiliatftyuii airival ir Uiciar fri'iu t'mii-urtl. iVav rnt(ii-iiter4taki'ii aml lellnl IhniLsUi, CulTsFna. II tl'a IVrrv, I iM...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 April 1843

JtlirMeltit feopte Xn Uus J3a4Jcr arc jmirttsfirti tfte SnUfc rtrers, ttcsoltttrans. mafos, fJublfc Crcatfcs, Ban&rupt S&oti"cr3 33tc. of tfie Sm'trtr Statcs, iJo Sluthortts. H. J3ELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT. APRIL 26, 1843. VOL. VII .-NO. 51 Ii FCBLISUED EVERT WEDNE8DAY XOKXIXG rfORTU ESD OP THE SBIDCE, BY J. COBB JR. by whom all orders for printing Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, ofeverydes cription will be neatly and fashionably ex ecuted, at short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEWTH VOLUME. Village suhscriber. 82.00 Mail snbscribers, 2,00 IndiTidaals and Companies who take at the cffice f I'75orl'50 centtifpaid insixmonths. osipanies on tage routes. ... S1.75 Tba'e who uke of Poslrideri ... 2,00 I( not paid at theend of tbe year 2, 25 No papers diseontinued nntil arrearaea are paid except atlhe option oflhe proprietor. Wo patmeit to Crriers allowed except ordered hj tbe proprietor All connnunicationsmiut De aaaressed to theedito Post Paid 3HSCELLAXE0US. Fo...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 April 1843

from Buflalo to this city by railroad in -4 ho.irs ; making only seven days from 1 roy lo St. Louie. Troy Whig. FOIXEIGN NEWS. CHlXA. We contmue oitr cxlracts from Canton pnpors brought by the Delhi. . The victories of tho British over Ihc Un ncso scem likelv to be rcndered worthless by the Ireachcry and faithless cruelty of the n.iihnrities. Thc Supp'.imcnt to thc Can ton Rogisterorthc 13th Dcccmbcr isfilled with accounts of a dreadful tiot which broke out thcre on the 7th. though it scemed to have bcen plottcd and arranged for many ilavs prcvious. It had its origin in the dcad ly hntrcd which exists between the native nnd fbreign rcsidcnls, and in the obstinate dotermination of the Chincss that the Brit in spite of treaty. shall not have a fool liold upon tho tcrritory of tho Celestial Em j.iro. It began in a prctcndcd scuflle bc twpcn somc Chinese and Lascnrs, provokcd, ns vas said, by one ofthe lalter having s'.olcn an orange. Thc Lascars were obli ged lo retreat, and the Chincs...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 April 1843

foidi who is suspected of using South Amer ican wool in Middlebury. I atn not awaro that any South Amcrican Bool has ever been worked in Middlebury dsintimated by your correspondent, S. W. J in tho hight of his imasination. That 10 which he refers as South American, was a lot of Eastern wool. Thc diiTarenr-.e is verv great. In the fall of 141 our wool was held firm by.tho growers at 37 to 42 cls. por pound, which was at Ieast 15 cents pcr pound above what the manufacturor could pay, and take his goods to market. To romedy this stato of things ono oftwo expedients must bo resortod to. Either the faciory must stop orcheaper stock be found. In ihis case 17,000 lbs. of Eastern wool cornparing in qualily wilh our nalive woo!) was boughtinNew York at 14 cen!s per pound, costing 2,380 dollars, and produced 6000 yards of good strong clo'.hs, which sold in market for 2,400 dollars, showing nn ciitire loss of tho transportation both ways, the commission, interest, insuraticc charges and all o...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 April 1843

CONCORD RAILROAD. FALL 4- IFJNTEIi JMRJ1NGEMENT. rjJIHIS Hoad will be opened to the public 1 t ihe transporiation of pcsen.e'S ani inricliandiscon and after .Monday S pl. 12iL 1S12. Passengcr trains dailx-, Sundays ex ti.pted, in conncxion witli tbr cars cf ibe Nashua aud Lowell and Uosli.a and Lowell Riilioads as foliows, viz: . Leive Boston for Nasliua, Manchester, Concord, and intermediale placen at 7 1-2 t. M , 1 1 1-2 a. m., and 1 3-4 p. m. Leave Lowell t 3 1-2 a H, 12 1-1 P and S 3-4 r x. ' .Nailmaal ll-li, HiraiKl61!r. ' .Manchester JO K. !Hm -ud 7 H r M. or ImmeJiatclf on th arrl al of lue caia fmm Bnon. . Concord for 5ianelic3tcTtNaus, Lowell and Bol ton at 4 3-4 a K, 10 1-2 a x aud 2 3-4 r K. Slancbwer 5 1-2 m, li I 4 a and 3 1-4 m. Nashua al 8 1-2 a x, 12 l 4 x M and 4 14 ra. Lowell nt 71-4A.M, IPJI amlSrM. or Immallaicly on arrlral of tlie cari from Concord. Wav raenccncen Uken and Iefl al Ilooksett, Gofli FaQa, Iteod'a Ferry, rlwirnton's, and tlie uenal topplrfr placra ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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