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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 February 1838

. i. N O T T II H C I, () 11 V () K C A' s A It 15 V T T II K t: i' a hi: o i' it o m v.. BY Jf. fi. ST ACT. YOUTH, THE FOUNTAIN, AND AGE (by the author of "Death's De-mticlion," "'I'lic roiic-i-eiulic, ; A caiele.s cliiM ran down a mountain side ; Il(! laughed wiili jny, Th.it happy buy, Ilia healthful lie.irt with grief li.ul netcr sighed I'l o i n the iiiniinlitiu, Spuing a fuiiiiiiiiii, Even pine n cijsi.il win the limpid sticam, Anil :ii il llnucil, Hit! Ijoj's clrtk "lowed ilicnin ! nun inpiiuti : jei limy soon's clifpcl Icil joy's Windier, ?ueet fuiiiiiiiiii, do diy water !low V So ?piAe tin- i lnlil, In ni'ci'iils mild, As lie lay down upon the sward below, witti-liiug llietpr.iy, In I lie miii'h ii , Of the clear fp.uk ling di op? that fell a round : I. ike diamond.-, ilunun, Or pe.u I-Ids iiGn n ; Uiclily oVitpicidiiiji i ho suli emerald gi otitic. Tliu breeze wn Int. lied ; the very leaves were mule iVnt t'Vll II bin, Wiilnn iheiu siiir'd Wiien, In ! a miiiv, full n a mel...

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. — 2 February 1838

FRIDAY MORNING, FEURUARY, 2. Gen Wooi,, is ot St. Albans, waiting further lust ruct inna from Washington. The people on the frontier propose tint if he Government will furnish them with arms nnd ammunition, they will protect themselves. The Gen. has communicated tbc proposition to the War Department, end in the mean time will adopt such measures ns circumstances scorns to ro quire. Gov. Jonisoncturncd on Saturday. Wo find the following in tho Franklin Messenger of yesterday : "Three armed lories came across the lino nt lligbgato last Thursday ; what their object was we do not lenrn. Gen. Wool, wc understand, nficr making an inquiry in to the subject, sent Lieut. Miller day he fore yesterday, with despatches, informing tho commanding officer ot Missisqtioi Bay that a repetition of such an act would be productive of serious consequences." From the Wr.9T.Tlie appearances now arc, that tho disturbances on tho Upper Canada border arc now ended. Through the energetic action of the Gov ern...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 February 1838

Bed Cuiitains On Saturday night, the curtain of I ho lied in which Mr. Sena tor Linn was ftf opiup, nt Washington cily. caught fire nnd lie narrowly escaped with Mb life (EP Mr. J. Fennitnore Conpcr, nulhor nf the "Mnnikins," has written n letter to t lie Philadelphia National Gazette, in which lie shows that Sin Wai.tkh Scott nnd Mr Lockiiaiit arc hy no means wlint I hoy nre "cracked up to ho." This is very dis trcssing ! VOCAL A N DI NSTRUM ENT AL A concert of vocal anil instriinictilal music will he given in llio White Church, under tho direction of Mr. Moir. with the hind assistance of a large number of the Burlington amateurj, on Friday the Otli Fchruary inst. The vocal part will he of a sacred character exclusively, nnd the instrumental part will consist of a selection of colchrated piece?, expressly arranged for the occasion hy Mr. Molt: as "Duels for two performers on the organ." Doors open nt G o'clock, the concert to begin nt 7. Single tickets 37i cts. family tickets, admi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 February 1838

CABNET FURNITURE. S. H. WALKER . WOULD rosprctiuiiy in form llic public i hot he lins now mi hand and m c' stnntly manufacturing nt I In old flinp (Inrmurly Nichols nnil HcrricU-) mi churlili ol.. an ('logout tip i-ort uituit of Cab. iticl fnriiiiuru coiiFislinir ol nlmost i' very article cnllcil for in his lino o'f business, which ho offers for i ale on as food Iumih ns can bo purchased lor in this vicinity. Mo-I kinds of lumber or product! received in p.iy nicnt. Ca-h is most wanted but a liberal credit will be given. A share of patrunnyij is most respectfully snhcitod. Burlington, Dec. 7, 11)37. Rigging, Oakum, Tar, Pitch. 100 Coil of tarred riggitin-. White nnd AUU jiaifl ropes, of vaiious size, up to 7 inch, Spun yam, haiuberlino, house line, mar line', nnil deep-sea line, 2000 lb--. Oakum, 524 bbl j, North Carolina tnr, 15 " pilch, for sale by Fum.ktt fc Br.Am.r.vs. Dec. 0 15537, Til ((til '(fo Sides, of best minufacturo. on V'eond-rnniont for salo by FOLLF.TT k BRADLEYS. Deo....

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 February 1838

hi iiiiim''''''i'i''iw,'1''" 1 ' " "'ii1'"t'" mi i ti-'-i-" mi ni ii i . ..... juu . .juiuh nmn u mmm h i l.ii. iii.i . i n o t t n k ; I, u v o r c ai s a h ; iT t t ii k w i: i, r a uh o v k u m i:. in inimwi Big iiiiiiwiiiuiii.,,zCTmM?CTHCTtrifirtt .J.iijui,w;.uj'iniumiiiJMin.-acroiKi BY If. B, ST A CI?. FRIDAY, FFiBHlTARY 9, 18358. VOSi. XI No. 555 EYES. The vividness of nn eye's expression is not dependent on it color. Tho eye is most expressive, whoso owner has the most thought and fooling. Tho eye cx presses the language of the mind and heart ; and whether light or dark, vvherevor there is strong cmolion, it manifesto it. A man is a better reader of meaning in a woman's eye, than he is of one of his own gendor ; nnd a lady discovers more indications in the eyes of the opposite sex, than can the most scrutinizing man. The eye is the most poetical of features! and amplo testimony has been borne, in nil time, to its superiority in this particular. There is much poetry in tho smi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 February 1838

military force or the Stale, nntl expelled theso pcnplo from hor borders by the U3e of the bayonet? The question need not bo answered. It cannot be doubted by any one, familiar with the conditmn of Urn country, that they enn be as effectually expelled, though not quite no promptly, by means of lurislntion, ns by the point of the bayonet. They have not the privileges of nn oath beforo the judicial tribunal?, no voice in the legislative hall. Is it not equally a breach of faith to permit that, to be accomplished by indirect means, which would be prohibited if attempted directly end forcibly ? The testimony nn your records establish ci the fact that, if all controversies, of which Ihey havo assumed cognizance, were sub. miticd to the adjudication of the civil tri bunnls of that cuuntrv, it would bo impos sible to execute the Chcrokco treaty justly nnd faithfully. There must be Eome other less interested power to interpose between them nnd Ihe while people residing among them, who, from...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 February 1838

tducating children employed in factories. An English pnper says, "the pocket handkerchief used hy Charles the First on the scaffold is now in possession of a eilvcr. Binith ut llnthj 1" Exrnuss The Cincinnati papers got thoir news from the frontier, by the way of Baltimore. A country lad writes to his friends that every thing is cheap in lloeton, dollar bills only 91 cents a piece. Gai.e in tiib Pacific Verbal ac counts hsvo reached us of a tremendous gilo on the coast of Californin. in which several vessels worn Inst or much damaged. Among others we hear that the U. States schooner Enterprise narrowly escaped shipwreck, and that all her guns had to bo thrown overboard. BUKTjINOTON ASSISMULIF.S. The fonrili mill In" for t tic season, uill be licit) nt Howard's on the 22il insl. x M A It If I K l In Sellwrn on llio 31st of Jiinu.iry, tiy Rsv. 55. rhillps, Mr. Alfiei! Sicele, of Atuiclovvn, N. V. (o M ss Aim. i lliiito i. On Ttiesduv, 23nl January, nt Mountjny, l.un caste roimiv Pi., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 February 1838

CABINET FURNITUKR S. R. 7f ASjKBH WOULD rt'icctluliy m fiifin tin public that li" liiii) now on linml nnil in cut) tiniilly i nn in t in ct 1 1 r nir "t 1 1 1 ' iilil i-Imii (liiruiirly Nichol" Mini Ilurridc) on cliurhli si., mi eli'gnul assortment ol Gab. nii't fur mi ii ru consisting of alnmst every nrtiolu culled fot in his liuu ol' business, which iu o libra lor salo on as good tuftns at cnn us purchased lor in I Inn viciniiy. Musi c i nits or lumber or iroilocc ri'coivi'il in pny . 1 1 t i I . Cash i.i must wanted lull a liberal riiilil will In' given. A Hhnri! ill' pnlronngo a inii.-l respectfully solicited. Burlhmton, Den. 7, 11137. 'tigging, Oakum, Tar, Pitch. 1 HO f rroit rigging, Whilu nnil lJJ M.mma rnpc!, of VHiiotid sizes, p to 7 inch, Spun ynm, hnmborlino, house line, tnnr- line, anil deep-sen line, i'OOO IIh. Onkutn, 'i bhls, North Carolinnlar, 15 " pilch, tor K.ilc by Por.t.r.TT & BnAtn.F.v? Dec. 0' lf)37, 111 fiTKiTk Sides, of host manufacture, on Jikconsigninoi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 February 1838

xliu NOT T II E BY II. B, STACY. FRIDAY, G h O R Y O F C At S A It 11 V T T II E XV E h F A HE O F U M E. FEBRUARY 1, 1838. VOL. XI No. fififi STATISTICS. PcNRtdNun Tho whnlo number of pensioners in i tie United States is 41.708 Of these. 2M0 are in Maine, 2,037 in New Hampshire, 43J1I m Massachusetts, 2535 in Connecticut. 904 in Rhode Wand, 2497 in Vermont, 8G3G in New York. 1 ICO in New Jersov, 2019 in Pennsylvania, 41 in Delaware, 457 m Mnrylnnd. 54 in Virginia, 1430 in Ninth Carolina, 013 in South Carolina. 53i in Georgia, 54 in MiPKiitippi, 379 in Alabama. 72 in Louis innn, 205ft in Teiinessee,C2G5 in Kentucky. 2304 in Ohio, 70 1 in Indiana. 322 in lllm oii, 263 in Mis-ouri. 21 in Florida. 25 in Arkon-as, 175 in M ichigan.,5 in Wiscon sin, 142 in Ditricl of Columbia Tie number of pensioners nddeil in I lie list from Oct. 21. 1J6, to Oct. 21, 1037. was 211 1. Deaths duruirr onino period, 1045. The Salt Manitactuiu:. We have received n copy of the annual report of th" superintend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 February 1838

P U 1 IJ A Y M O II N I N 0, FEBRUARY, 10. (5 on. Wool Is now nl l'lntinbur gh, nni) Ims fnJIriJ out two compan'ic., of burse, (or tin! purpose of rccniuinilnring t ho country Wo henr of no movement, how over, nf any importance, nor do we believe thorn will bo any. The Patriots midotiht rdly have n considerable omount of pro pcrly stored on I ho frontier, which was intended for the Cnnndn market, but under very different circumstances than those now existing in the two Provinces. Four regiments have nrrived at Montreal from Halifax, mid I500.o( the Glengary miliiin from Upper Canada, which in addition to t ho embodied miliiin and regular force of the Province, renders Lower Canada abundantly ntilo to rcpnl nny attack, from within or without. Wc therefore hope, and hrlicve, that the patriots contemplate no hostile moicnionts, whatever. In i lie meantime, however, the loyalists in Cana da, will, if possible, keep up the excitement, in order to seenro their pay and rations during the w...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 February 1838

Many oilier ntlrmpl hate been mailo (tlrnnc mil may nrm) in ipuip iIip eiodll nf ibis Hunk, Bomeilmrn ti) ii f.ilM'ii(Mriirc, lli.H ip.iI oiiiic in nn ImniPiwo iiinmiiil w.t pledged fir die p nuuMl nl llic Inll-i, nnd m.iiiy wlfi ''ff iismii.nii .f ilii' l 'i llllll llll I'M IK of llll CM! tt. ! lIllH ll l ll lIl'l l'iH'll. AupiiIi" line I'l'i'" itlir.il . p nir, .loV KM''""! mum liitiiHii'il wil'i I'teaiei iiihI mm-" ii'i nmiMiiito nf il'i' winilili S' ir.ifli, line I"'' " cmplm cil in ii ll I'iinil.iliiui, luilil i' f""1"1 XV;iy ilii" iiIiimi'I i"it p.ut of lie.' UiiiH'l .Stales; mid ill l.ml l'i piejeic nipriiiince if liune-lv J" hini'i-lf piiIiIIpIv ciiiiiIpiiiii hi lui'''' (A diiiibif.il.illcii.iili,e Hi lie fine.) Hut 'i"1 done tinlil the roiuitry i. ll"''"' 'I Willi '' VVImI nmniini is now mil ll I iinpn'siblo '' u'ilh rciinmiyi liai t ilmuM J"'! '" Mwh '' h.ilfn nullum. Ii it i""i hideed piimnn ili n 'I tlinul'l lime j!iiiii",l to vl.!i! n ciiciil.iliiin. Vim nie iiw.iip lli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 February 1838

CABINET FURNITURE. S. R. WALKER . WOULD respeclltiliy form tlio public I hot he has now on hand anil is ctin Hlnnlly manufacturing nt I In nlil shot) (formerly Nichols r?s ntul Hninr.lM nil clllltllll Ht .. MATCH! mi nlnifunl nssiirl llietlt (if Call. mot lurniliiri) consisting ui nininst every article cnltutt for in his lino of business, which .... - - -- ho offers for sole on as n001' 'emu ns can bo purchased for in this vicinity. Most kinds of lumber or proilncc received in pay tncnt. Cash is mii3t wnntcd but a liberal credit will bo given. A share of patronage is most respectfully solicited. Burlington, Dec. 7. 11137. Rigging, Oakum, Tar, Pitch. 100 Coil of tarred rigging, While and Mtninilla ropes, of various sizes, up to 7 inch, Spun yarn, hanibcrlinc, house line, mar line, and denn-sea line, 2000 lbs. Onknni, 2.1 bbls, North Carolina tar, 15 " pitch, for sale by Pollett & Bradi.ets. Dec. C 1037. ftl fKVffV 'Sides, of bust manufacture, o Coiiig..tncnl for sale bv FOLLET P ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 February 1838

BY ff. B, ST ACT. TO HENRY CLAY. Holding ilic irinriilo that n citizen, as long as n tingle puliation icmnins, it under obligation lo exert hit" utmost cnrigic in llie service of liia country, whether in n ptini'e or si public tuition, my friend may rest af-tiicd ihit, in cither condition I flnill sl.ind erect, with .1 fpiril iinconrprrt'd, ululc life cnditio, le.tdy to second lltcir cxetlioiii in t he cnue of Union mid Liberty. (Hcniv Clay.) I h.iv doubtless coiiiinitti'd many errors and iaili?nelkin, ner which jou h.ne thrown the 'bro.id mantle of jotir rharity. IS111 I cm f.iy, ami in the prejeiicc of ne, (iod and of this tiMeinbled inutlitiide I do sitv, that I 1 1.1 c honestly reived my country lti.it I have never wronged it and that, however unpicpared I lament that I am to appear 'in the DNino Presence on other arcoiim, I invoke (he justice of hi" judgment on my odini.il conduct, without tliPcin.illcjl appr'hctifion ol hi.s dif pleasure. (Speech of Mr. Clay, at Lexington, Ky....

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. — 23 February 1838

milt'MP 11s W fTTll W (Hi W 1 J V It I I) A Y MOItNl NO. I'BIIIMJAUY, 23. ' p OoMiiuw. On the lOlli ntiil 17th, the Houro wn engaged on iho neutrality bill from tin' S-Mialo. Official despatches from the western frontier, niinoiincing 1 lie re assembling of a largo armed forco within our border, bad been received nt Washing, ton, and of course produced considerable senFotion. Mr. Whitllosy declared In inlcnlinn to put aside nil oilier business until this subject was ncted upon. Mr. M'Kini said he should consider its further postponement as involving I le question of pence or war with Great Biitain our na tional clmrncter ileum tided action. The bill wns denounced in tho most unmeasured terms, by the gentlemen from tho frontier, nnd by finu olliers. Mr. Fillamnro of Bufl'dlo. nnd Mr. Smith of Maine, evinced the most Z"l. nnd dealt in the strongest epithets. The former said it was more odious than the Alien and Sedition la'-s; whilo the latter pronounced it execrable. Tho powers grant...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 February 1838

POWDER. Kegs Powder manufac tured at the IVirhiwn .Mills. A superior article and recommended for possessing strength cqnnl lo thu Grange iintl Du f'nilt Powder. I'Vr sale on cotisijiiiinont by Fob, 22. ' &. II. I'k.ck Co. MORISON'S PllliS. WE piosonl this medicine with lliu lullest ronfidoneo to tho consideration ol" llio sick nnd discouraged invalids, arid tirgo you to lako lliem. wo were as uubclioving in their efficacy ns any 0110 possibly could be; but thoio lias been too mujiy casns trf cures in (lie town of Burlington alone, to permit us to doubt their good qualities- Wo know ol persons cuicd of what tbo acuity' pro. Jiounccd to bo incurable, confirmed Consump tion 5 somo of variuiis kin'ds of fevers, and some of these cases given up as past cute. before, tho Morrison's Pills woro administered. "Wo can send yn 10 puisons v, hero two wrro taken down with fever, ono wasjiut under the caroof a Physician, and tho olhnr was put under the operation of .Morison's fills; Una ono w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 February 1838

rIiA?a COi:B3 SYIUJP, , . aj iwiuvii M now nenmt rstiMithctl us the most syeaiiil tSw .ui , ,,y nrr rtinoctrttl for BS.tfJTJ, W ' till At'I'I!CritJ?i!$ , vm vMivn oxi.y nv tiik sou: imiophiktoi DAMLL GODDARD, No. S Gold St. khu-york. In prr-pcwlnjtlin tucful u-meilytci the public, tho Ti JUictor Ij nmlinrlztfi.liy n 1'hysid.in, rrom wlmni ibo llrcl-j was conlliliMitinlly cl.lnlmil, to phuo, tlwit bn h.u used i lilnui-ir,iin-l In I.Hi'Mciuiu jirnruro In l'lilmonarv nllbc lion?, witii n.tonhbini; effect. Tlio liiippy oiiiibiiiHiiuiio v.-,-ialilu hul)itai.cM. of wbldi It U rullrely rmnpecf.. urc peculiarly oi!a tel to i!iscasc.i of tlio I.um-i, Liver, r. Mninncli. " ' llit$ iiKi.ldncli.u been life,! vrry extensively, nnil !' rrei'ikior b.iar.a Um.n a tingle IhHanee In W1ld1 it : ' tailed in givm , icliol' in ill acN Cur which It hucuininc- sin r f ii in 1 v.ftji lil.rilliit 1.1 tl.e Limst, and where nil utbrr'rt nlti 11 11. u 1110 men litciilcil nrul Itiitli'lin:' surccM I 1 iipih imI ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 March 1838

'if if $5SJ N O T T II i: C I, O It V O V ,V. S A 15 w t t i! i: w k r, r a it i: . v u o m r BY US. S3. 15TAC. FESSiJAY, MAg.CD-a 1838. 5S r-riTif3r,ffl:-c' l-'rom llic Nrw-Voik American. THE DlSAI'I'OINTJtr.NT 01' MANHOOD. "How iiniipiifii'.uit iIip iMMtir, and fieiy eh. up ofiiinhilion J except ns mental di-e.ipliiio for Itiiinji iletiiiicil fur i mriiilii) I" llu-iil. " I'he unild ran never a'nn Tho bli-s lor which vvu High." Iluim J In my yniinj; niairh up manhood's eleep. Hdtv pe u l wcie the Met I How luiihl llic pinplp tops iliil peep Upon ii iv ti ioi ii 1 1 ih ejes ! 1 Oh! fiih!. Iicuinil ihiifp li.inior peak", iMeihuuiihi, uh'-n I -1 1 II eland, Mv lii'iul will finil llit fond it "ceks Tliern lies (he gulden land ! And fated I'd "iih f"rl nlV riu Wniilil tr k ill ii d'oonni hill. VliDf uiiiiIpiI eknics idiould Mtpply Tnc Euiiicihing warned Mill. The height !s won! -hut not llic charm Oh 1 whv not on mi; hm.-l TIip. pi ire in iPiiiH iIip j-i-'il'4 rialil arm The cup to que...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 March 1838

f 4 the cars of gentlemen nro 60 accustomed lo hear us denounced that they listen to it as n matter ol' course, ntid nro really surprised if nr.v symptom nf sensibility ba manifested by us. It is thought st range, end indeed reprehensible in us to use the words iticon diary, fanatic, &.C., while the known mode rnt ion nml good temper nf the senators from Vermont nre not nt nil shucked by the Inn yunjirt npplu'd to in in this memorial. Mr. President, the justice, the policy, thocuur. trey, nndl bad nlmiul said Ihe humanity of of this body eliuuld not suffer us to bo thin calumniated and vilified. Wcenitnot stand it; we outrht not: yon degrndu Iho body bv listening to such nMncks, and ymi force upon us the melancholy trnlh ilint our rit'hls nml leolings being disregarded here, wo must look lo ourselves for proleulinn ; and I am compelled to cay. that my delibe rate conviction is, that the South must pro tcct herself in this matter nl iibnlil ion by Jier ihvii separate and sectiona...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 March 1838

BOOKS ! BOOKS ! THE following valuable books ore for sale nt the Hook Store Vn linn's lives of old English ProBe Writers. 2 vols. 12 mo. Ilnrnoh Moore's Works, complete 1 vol. 0 vo. Franklin' Works. 2 vols. 0 vo. Marshall's Washington, 2 vols. n yn, British Drama Howell's Jiilinsnn Mnrrynll'tf Works llcmnn'd Poems Burke's Works Bncklnnd's Geology Pi.tfnl'a PliminloffV ill) do til) 1 vol. (Id 3 vols. '2 vols. do ill) do (Id 0 vo. do ilii Kirby on the history habits nnd instincts of Animnls. 1 vol. U vo. Dunn's Mineralogy. v'.'n v,' , Addison's Miseeltniieoug Works, -1 II vo. Kiip. I'M- Wnverlu's NoVols, 1G Vols. 12 1110, vols Am bisnnc. , Bulwcr's. do B vol. do Memoirs of Anron Burr, 2 vols, f! vo. Modern Society, by Miss Sinclair. Snm Slick of Slickvillo. Yankee Notinm Nick of the woods, by the nuthor or Cnlavar. The 'I'rollopiad or travelling Gentleman in America. Jttila, by James. Sweeter mi Digestion. Wayland's Moral Science. Religions Opinions and Character of Washington. Blnnin...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 March 1838

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Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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