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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 June 1839

H HEJIX VAT, XT VERMONT JPHOENlxi J'linUSHKD KVLnv FRIDAY -HOKNINO, y WM. H. IIYTIIER. TJiimg or AUVEUTJSING. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at 81,00 per Uora for 3 nwKlons, nnd ao cents for each subsequent insertion.' Less than a square 76 cents for 3 .Insertions, and 12 1-3 rents for each subsequent insertion. - MV MOTHER KNELT IN' PUAYEH. When in my boyhood's gladsome day, My heart was light as air, " I wandered to n lonely room, hero mother knell in prayer. Ilcr hands were clasped in fervency. Her lips moved without sound : i et, awe-struck, solemnly I felt I stood on holy ground. "My mother, all-entranced in prayer. My presence heeded not j I reverently turned away In silence from the spot. My gentle mother never knew That 1 had seen her pray In sccrcsy ; hut I had revered Ilcr doubly from that day. She died: and I, an oiphan, since Through many cares have strayed ; But God has kept me and I feel Ho heard her when she prayed. A TRUE STORY. Mnny years ugo I happened to be...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 June 1839

From the Vcrgcnncs Vcrmonlcr THE PRESIDENCY. The last advico which Joseph gave to his brethren ta they wero leaving Egypt to re turn to their father in Canaan, was, "See lhat ye full not out by the way." Fraterni ties of every nature, whether religious or po litical, domestic or sociul, have moro danger to apprehend front internal dissension than .outward opposition j and hence t lie pertinen cy of making frequent use of the above cau tion of tho wise Patriarch, by way of'"ro pioof, correction and instruction" even in conductintr the clamorous crusades of politi cal strife. Like most scriptural precepts and instructions, it will admit of general and utmost unlimited application, and it is' only by practically, observing it, in alt cases, that harmonious ami emctent action can bo sc cured. Unanimity of action is not tnoro cs sential to ensure success than unanimity of opinion and feeling; anu when the inherent members of the same fraternity or party agree respecting the great and fun...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 June 1839

THE WAY THEY DO IT. i... ii n Itihrrli 1 1 n r 1 1 1 I n 1 . 1. .. . . t of the Virginia election, as thcv ore hcd in llie Globe. It is expecting most uch, perhaps, of a Loco Foco, to suppose ll at any tno tell the honest truth, but that truth almost settles the fate of Mr. !urcn,ns is the case with the late contest :-.!.. In IndlllfTf. tlif Iilnn fnw .... . l,e Globe and Richmond Enquirer can they have been beaten, is to suppose ate willing to grant that their prospects ,pc!cs. x no suiijoinecl paragraph from jltimore Patriot shows how the Globo i out a Loco-Foco majority. hen the first returns camoin, and indi- that Hie noministrnlion was likely .to a decided majority on joint ballot, tho . invariably set down tho Conserve is Federnli&ts, In this way it had t u-illl l'fftrill. Illtt Uhiitl I tin (inne U o portend defeat lo the Loco Focos, the j OH nun, aiv iv. nnu one UV one. Uen-nn ;laun inc uonservnttvesf; lirst it took i,lc possession of the member from Flu one of the count...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 June 1839

MRS. JUDSON. A Btitisli officer, Major Calilcr Cutnp bull, describing an "adventure in Avn," in the yenr 182G, gives n bciuHiful nod affect ing description of Mrs Judson, thu wife of tlio celebrated missionary in the East Ind ies. Major Campbell, then a lieutenant, when descending tliu Irawnddi river, in a canoe manned by Hurmans, was nttucked in the night while asleep, by his faithless boatmen, and severely wounded and robbed. When wniting on the beach with much anx iety and distress for tho passngo of sonic friendly bark", a row-boat wns seen approach ing. Siatials of distress were made, and ii skiff sent to his assistance. Thu fol lowing is the language of the writer : "Wo were taken on board. My eyes first rested on the thin nUenunted form of a lady I the first while woman I had seen for more than a year I she was standing on thu it e deck o the row boat, leaning on me arm of n sickly looking gentleman, with an intellectual cast of countenance in whom 1 ut once recognised the hu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 June 1839

VERM OUT T 7 1 H 4H iff 1X7 -JL.-Jl.-JJ-, ' Tif tr ' ' i BRAT T LEB OR 0 , Yt. JUNE 21, 183flg NO. 42, r-iir.iaitr.w CVultV Friday JioiiNlXu, toV THkaifi bi' AbvRiiTiftn. lUlverilsomciUs cbHspieuously instiriiitl nt biu nijuiitu iui o insertions, aim sju coins i(Wh SubseilHCtU insertion.- I.rlea limn n lire 7a cents fgr 3 insertions, noil 12 1-2 Fur llio 1'lnrni. AI.O3ST20 H. BIiAHDIN. is an interesting and hnflpv trait or our I ire, Unit there exists a universal and spon- sous ircnng oi nign esteem lor departed 1th. The kindlier nfU-ctioris of the soul tftof the presence of their object, fondly I around his memory. To trace the histo- Ihrief though it may be) of the lifennd char Ir of tlio lamented one, is therefore fur from Igan unpleasant duty. Mdicovcr, while i reininisccnccs soothe the anguish bf be ted relatives aim alleviate the regrets of Bulslnp, they also cunfera benefit upon man , by presenting more widely virttious ex- Ilea for imitatidn. The sitbiect of this nb- was spe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 June 1839

Union, that which is the mostformldnblo to the Union itself and to all its frco institutions, is tho associated wealth consisting of three millions ofhumnn bcimrs. formine a enpi- tal estimated at twelve hundred millions of dollars. Of the nnlt-ronublicnri tendencies of that nssocinted wealth thero can bo no doubt, and n l'residunt of the United States noxiously disirous to signalize his nil minis tration by uncompromising hostility to an ti-renublican tendencies, mnv find amnio oc cujiution lor his patriotism in resisting tho usurpations of that samo nssocinted wealth, instead ofn pigmy warfare witbtho anti-republican tendencies of exchange brokers, insurance companies, and cotton factories. 1 consider the assumption of power by the American Colonization society, in consittu ting the sovereign Republic ot Liberia, as oneofihoso iisurDallons of that associated wealth by which, and for whoso purposes thu Society was instituted. The world lias seen Willi nstonisnmeni an lnijiisii jusi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 June 1839

From the Ajiatachicola Gazelle. Tim LATE MabSACRKS ON Tltt! Al'AI.A- r.mi!or.A. Further informaiion tins enn!il..il Hi to giv0 n ,n,oru Jctnilot! nccount of tho In dian murders in the neighborhood of llico's HliilT, iindEstclcnnlgee, tlinn wo woro able to present on Saturday lust. Itnppears thnl on tin- everting of Tuesday, lOtli inst. nboul twilight, a party of Indinns, supposed to number fifteen or twenty, attack ed the house of Mrllobcrts, nt Rico's by fir ing upon the ininntos through tho doors and ivuidown. Tho family fled. Mr Roberts, together with his wife and several children, effected their escape by inking to tho woods. One child was killed before thoy got away, and another, who wnH asleep in an out-room, was forgotten in the hurry of flight. Mr 1,1Mb, who had sometimes nctgd as an in UTpreter between tho Indians nnd the whites, was mortally wounded, and though ho es caped from the Indians, died soon after reaching Apulnehicolii, of his wounds. Air lunb recognized several ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 June 1839

TIIH MOTHER'S ROCK. IIurnAiolilt, in Ins celebrated travels, tells us, that niter tic nnti icit tuc auoa.es 01 civi lization far behind, in tho wilds of South America, hi! found, nenr tho confliicnco of the Alttbnpo n'nd Rio Term ii.vcra, rt lngli rock called tho 'Mother s Rock.' .The. circumstances which gave this re ninrlnililn nnmu lo the rock were these. In 1709, ft Unman Catholic missionary led his half civilized Indians out on one of those httsilo excursions, which they often made, lo kidnap slaVes for thu Christians. They found u (Juahiba woman in a solitary Inn. with three children two of whom were infants. The dither, with the older elulclren. hud cone out to fish.nnd the moth rr in vain tred to flv with her babes. She was seized bv these man hunters, hurried . . . . i .i into n noat, nnu enrnen uvtny m uuasiuuu i-.e Million nlSnn Fernando. Shu was now far from home; but she had left children there who ImU tjoiio with their father. Shu repeatedly1 look her three babes and t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 June 1839

VERMONT I PHCB3WIX. VOL. Y. BHATTLEBORO, y. JUNE 28, 1839. NO. 43. r rJSRJUOJV T JP HO EM TX, PUnLlBHKl) EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO, 11 V war. k. iiytAek'. TEItMS OP ADVERTISING. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at $1,00 per square for 3 insertions, nnd 20 cents Tor each subsequent insertion. Less than n square 75 cents for 3 insertions, and 12 1-2 cents for each subsequent insertion. . .,, Mil. ADAMS' JjETTElt. LETTER II. To the Citizens of the United States, whose Petitions, Memorials, and Remonstrances, have been entrusted to me, to be presented to the House of Representatives of the Uni ted States, at the third session of the 25th Congress. (Concluded.) t had long indulged the hope that the ab olition of slavery in this Confederacy would be effected bv the People of tho several States in which it exists : as litis cctimllv been.donu.iri tho States ol New Yrljina rennsyivania. I'roposais ior .tins most de sirable consummation have, at different times, been actually made nnd discus...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 June 1839

IMHH 111 thnt cliarnctor whioh conciliates acquiesc ence, nnd ripens hesitancy into conviction 1 With what feelings towards you is the heart of the slaveholder impressed? With what feelings nre your hearts impressed towards tho slaveholder 1 ' Do men gather grapes of thorns or figs of thistles V You nppcnl, with cxulalion, to what you consider, per haps prematurely, tho successful result of tho immedialo emancipation of slaves in tho British Colonies; and yet you cavil the conditions ; you reject all idea of indmnity to tho raon-stealer, as you stylo hhn, at the very lime when'ou aro petitioning his rep resentative to liberate his slaves, If one hundred millions of dollars have been cheer fully, magnanimously paid by the People of -I . T, f. r--..L 1:1 -.1 .r ani itf ureal urnain lor mo nuenuiun oi ouu,uuu slaves, four times that sum nt least, would be required of tho People of this Union to liber ate the slaves held in bondage hero, at the same rate of indemnity. But, at tho presen...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 June 1839

SPECULATORS IN FLOUR. From the N. York Evening Star. Ft.oun is fulling: nnd speculators will lose money. This met has induced tho liufUlo Journal to refer to thu subject and explain iho cause. It is admitted that for some years back there have been short crops, and of course flour was high but high ns it was, the speculators obtained facilities from bun Its, which ennbled them to hold on, and now flower is falling the new crop will shortly bo in maiket, and speculators have a considerable portion of the last crop on hand, and as the saying is in tho west, "they have to swenl for it." Thero is no feeling for this class. Monopoly of nny kind, in a .Country where free, trade is tho basis of pros perity, is always odious, but more so whon it embraces the actual stuff of life. It is an oppressive tax upon the poor, nnd instead of ...I . .--I 'll . I .1... i wuciii jiuiiiif iu mo inuicr. uuu iiiu iiuur forthwith to tho -purchaser, nnd so to the consumer, the wheal is purchased sometimes b...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 June 1839

THE RICH AN.D POOR. The following iust romnrka nro oxtrnctct from tho "Address of llio Democrntio Whig Association of the city of Philadelphia to tint pcoplo or Pennsylvania." Amnncr the schemes resorted to by the nntiv in nnivor (o excite tho prejudices of the people against their opponents, and by that mcanssecuretheir support to themselves, two arc moil prominent and deserve romarlt. We allude to tho attempt to excite the hos tility of the poor against the rich, to create distinctions between different classes of soci ety, nnd tho application to us of a. name which designates a pntty no longer in exis tence. Tho first could only have originated with men void of every honorable feeling regard less of the welfare and the peace of tho com munity, and bent on the accomplishment of their own base purposes, at whatever cost to society. He who can bo guilty of a deliber ate attempt to sow the seeds of discord, envy and hatred between countrymen, friends and neighbors, deserves tho execr...

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 July 1839

VERMONT. FH(E1IX. i t . o i ar ti v BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JULY 5, 1830. NO, 44. PUHI.ISHi:i) EVKKV PltlDAV MOnKlNO, DV WM. E. -UYTIIEK. TliftnlS OF ADVEUTISINC. Advertisements conspicuously inserted nt 81,00 per square for 3 insertions, nnd 20 cchts for each subsequent insertion.. .Less ilmrra squaru 75 cents for 3 insertions, arid 12 1-2 cents for each subsequent insertion. THE IDIUAN MINER. AN AUSTRIAN TALK. The- palace of tho Countess of Florcn lioim was thronged with lordly company. Every splendid saloon had been thrown open: but among tho beauteous forms assembled llicr'j, the young Countess herself was tho most admired. It might be-that, evefy cyo looked in 'almost determined admiration up on ono so gentle, and so distinguished by birth find fortune. But the young and inno cent Bianca was very lovely. Tho usual expression of her largo hazel eyes was elo fluent tenderness, lief features word beauti Jul, and every iifbvemont of her tall and deli calo form was by nature graceful; thou...

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 July 1839

VERMONT rHCERTIX. Friday Morning:, July 0, 1830. DEMOCRATIC WHIG TICKET. roii, aovKnNon,, SIIiAS II. JKNISON. IOH LIEUT. OOVEHNOn, DAVID M. CAMP. ron TnEAsUREn, IIKNHY F. JANES. Slate Convention at Woodstock. Wc can heartily congratulate ourfriends throughout the state upon the prosperous aspect of the Whig cauibjindicated hy the spirit of energy, una- nimnySnd good will which animated the late glorious convention at Woodstock. 1 lie nean of every good Whig must finvc been rejoiced at the scenes and good feeling there exhibited. A state convention has scarce ever assembled in Vermont, consisting of so largo a number of delegates ; about bu hundred are estimated to have attended ; every county in the slate, ex cept Grand Isle, was fully represented. We do not however, feel so much satisfaction at the number present, as at the kind of men com posing the assembly, the pith and marrow of the land the- farmers forming at least nine tenths of tlio whole, and the harmonious en thusiastic d...

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 July 1839

Upper Canada.. Tho Toronto Examin er jjivcs the following statements in sup port of a former nvennenl, that emigration staking place to a very great oxtcnt from tlm tipper province. We hnve been informed by Mr. Cull. who has-been superintending tho macadam izition of tho eastern roads, that upwards of 1000 men late in his employ have gone to1 tho Unifed'Strtlcs. This Very week wo heard of a very old" and respectable freeholder of tho Western District having purchased in Iown, and re moved his family thither. Moreover this gentleman If ft tile United Stutcs last war, through a feeling of attachment to the Brit ish Government. He has mado a large property in Curtttdn, and takes with liim but a small -pari of it ($7000). upward of 1000 ofwhich' is-in drafts of tho Batik of Upper Canada on NeW York. He is endeavoring toicollect the remainder of his debts and to sell his real estate This gentleman has left the province owing1 to Tory persecution. He was (as ho gave the best proof,) stron...

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 July 1839

ANALYSIS. To determine the valuo of any soil, or to bo able to correct any fault in the original constitution, or any deficiency arising from ihiproper cultivation, it is necessary that the nnturcnnd proportion of the substan ces composing ifsboulu be understood. In agriculture this examination is termed an nlysisjnndintho simplest, yet still effect ual method, may bo practised by every far mer. The implements required are a pair of scales, accurate to the tenth part ofn grain a cruciblo; some muriatic acid, and a few small vessels of china or glass. The earth to be tested by the farmer should bp taken from a few inches below tho surface, and bo an average specimen of tho field or tho soil to bo examined. The quantity lb be examined say 2 or 400 grains is 10 uo siigntiy puiverizeu or wen iihxi-u togethor, lJut ol tins 2UU grains in a cruci ble, and heal itto 300 degrees of Farenheit, or bake it in nn oven heated for bread for 15 minutes: cool and weigh. This will show the absorbent ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 July 1839

K?ST P&OEJVIX. .. "'vmawumn8 CUILSIHCIiniUfelU' nBArlAJ ?1,00 per square for 3 insert' ' , Jn,fc" lor each Biihsn..,..,. : ' i .."""" ccnujbrachjubsequent insertion. PLEDGES Himic-BM Awn no,.,..,; - .Tun au usjsjj. $lccch of JtFr. SI arte, Ofr VKKMONT. On the Dill makinn nrnnr:,:... the civil aud diplomatic expenses ofth niC.' .1. .fit. - 3. v. ...auu jui c year lOiiy, (DCivcred in ou.o fnuu. F,. 22.) pnations for the civil and AMoS E." sesofthe Govcinment for i h. VSm . . . . . ' .WUL. ybUY FRIDAY MonNiNo.ny gowned by the genl emao. nnd sent hick in t to"uP"on' because a cinlpower W1L E. IIYTIIER. college, and held5 up as u "ts 'of ttfe & ilVfci Sl!!0"- 1 P.M .r..,,-..c mores, exercising our wits, slinmnnln ...j . 1 Jf""""" "8 "eenseiec- lils-UufeiM A.,""r ""siwg. Jacult.es, by intellectual roml., n'ft. :1 ?.:i? u ,,s niiucmmi nuwscrs. Let of Gen. being under consideration in Clu oHl!! fi .i,.. ttt.i .. y"..iniini;o uiioncn his evi rruuiu on me state oitho Un on Mn k'i . n ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 July 1839

th-v linn been faithfully fulfilled, what prniso would not hnvo been bestowed upon the purity, patriotism, and consistency of their author I but, sir, tlioy nave noi, wen fulfilled. Everyone of them has been vio latedopenly violated. Instead of striving to maintain thejogislative purity, thisdynus ty has, from tho moment of its accession to power, sought to assail and corrupt it. In stead of laboring to sustain tho independent, constitutional checks, they have been trifled with nnd trampled on. Instead or avoiding n connexion between tho Executive nnd Congress, which it was pretended gave such strong ground ofupnrehension nnd jealousy, that connexion, in tlio most odious forms of Executive interfcrnncc nnd influence, has bf cn carefully cherished and maintained. Instead ol legislative, independence, there has been legislative subserviency. 'Calcu lations from intrigue and management,' in stead of being defeated,' have been relied on ; and corruption has, indeed, 'become the order of...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 July 1839

From the N. Y. Jour, of Com. of July 4 THE GREAT SUNDAY SCHOOL GALA. .Tho teachers and friends of Sunday .....u iiiuuu jiuiiu (iiuiamuon3 JO Independence. Tho arrangement nro nl on n great scale, ns it is nccossary they shauld.be: for it ivns fnmwl ln, - I --. . .Tilling, that the number of children who go, would uc irom iwcire 10 igurleen thousand : nn ot parents and teachers some two thousand moro. lo accommodate this Lilliputnn nr mil . I...fcll ? . 1 i "Vi luiiuwiug provision nas ueen mad 4 Steamboats. 9 Tow boats, averaging 400 tons each z.duu ids. ot cornea beet, boiled. JlOO neats tongues. . - 3 0 Pigs, roasted, whole. 2,300 loaves of bread. . 20 ,bbls, of sugar and btittor cVaclcers 40 hhds, of pure water. Uno division of the boats will start from l'ike street on thu East river, and the other irom me loot ot Hubert street on tho Hud son, Both divisions will nrocoml tr Rliil..n Island, where the company will dcbarlc and jiiuceeu io uio puio groveon tno summit bai of tho Pavil...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 July 1839

UBT EXTRACT From tho Address delivered by Mr. J. Q. 'Adams beforo iho New York Historical Society. When the children of Isrcal, after forty years of wanderingsjn the wilderness, were nboul to enter upon the promised land, their lender, Moses, who was not permitted to cross tho Jordan with them, just before his removal from among them, commanded that when thq Lord their God should have brought them into tho land, they should nut tho curso upon Mount Ebal, and tho blessing upon Mount Gerizim. This in junction was faithfully fulfilled by his suc cessor, Joshua. - Immediately after they had taken possession of tho land, Joshua built nn altar to the Lord, of whole stones, upon Mount Ebal. And there he wroto upon the stones a copy of tho law of Moses, which lie had written in tho presence of the chil- uren oi isreni ; and ail.isreai, ana tneir ci ders and officers, and their judges stood on tho two sides of tbo ark ol the covenqnt, home by the pricsts& Levitcs, six tribes ovit against...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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