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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 3 May 1843

Jttiwktera Kntlifs 3,iijcc are ?uiltslic& tftc JJuWtc rtcrs, ttroolutforift. Xafew, jJtt&Uc arrcattcs, IJan&ruiit Slottccs Etc. nJ tfte rifte& Statcs, 2J Sltttiion'ts. H. BELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. MAY 3, 1843. VOL. YIl.-NO. 52 i UPCBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAT MOENIKO NORTH. ESD OF THE BltlDGE, BY J. C O B B JR. by whom all ordcra for printing Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cnrds, &c.,ofevcry des cription will be neatly and fashionably ex ccutcd, at short nofice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. Village oubscribf r $2 00 Mail iubscribera 2 00 Individoals anil Companies who take at the office 1 ompanics on riaga routes. . . . S1.7 TWe wliu take of Poetridera . . . 2,00 II not paid at 'lieend ofthe year 2, 25 I to No papers di.continwd until arrcara-es are paid tion wJ,;cn ,00. pace subsequent to that re except at lhe option ofthe propnetor. No paimeit l , A . . nl:-niiw.H .... Ja h. ,k ':.. lated' "as hcr clevation to the vacaled post All coinmunications must b...

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. — 3 May 1843

NifSv- Yoek- Tho Legislature ofNew Tork nHjaurncd on tlie 18th, at 5 o'clock P. M. Tlie House pussed the bill to nbsh tne trial hyjurvof persnns claimed as fu eittvo slavps. but tho Sennto refrsed to con. cur. The bill to abolish corrpui?ory inspec tion, to take rfTect on ihv fint of December. wns passed. This will be a grnat relief to coimnerce, which is burdened wllli inspec tiom of rio usecxcpptto the oflicerswho re rpive tho fros. The Senstn npreed to ac cept 894,008 bolonging to tho Staic, as its nhare of the distribution fund, but the House tvouM not agree to it. No rcsnhitions were passed condemning Mr. Youngs's rppu.lia ting rcport. nor nny rogarding the faith of tho State. Mr. M'Murray, who was repri msnded for his outragcous nttack upon Mr. Lrp. moved on Tuesday a corrcclion of the minutcs that recorded his conduci, dechr ing he would prtfpr cxpuhinn to having such a record s'.and. The Iluusa refuscd to nmond. The LegUlaturo having agrced to adjourn nt 12 M. Tuesday, and b...

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. — 3 May 1843

Bujsian Iutprovement'Americans em. ployed. An Amcricar. gentlcman residtng in Russio, wriles : "You have no idea of the rapid improvemcnts going on in this country. Tha aclivity of tho Imperial a gents abroad undor tlie orders of Govern menl exceed all belief; and tho Jibcrality of ihe Russian Government insurcs success overy whcre. Every improvement in the armies or navics, or in mechanics or Ihe arls, ivliich may be inrentcd or introduced eitlicr in Europe or America, is immediate y communicatcd by the consuls of Russia to their Govornment. On Its rcceipt in Russia, the foreign departmont immediately examines into ii, and ascertains if it is ap plicable, or can bc mado useful or profita ble; if so, it is communicated to tho Empe ror, and the invcntor or bis invention, or both, are immediately transferrcd to Rus sia." To this policy is attributcd tho vast im provements evcry whcre seen in Russia. The empcror latcly caused warsteamers to be built simultancously in England and tho Un...

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. — 3 May 1843

Kead! Read! FIRST, readthe Dth. thcn turn to the Medical DPBilmcn t of this paper and rea t as for lifo Then call quickly on ihe "ubi'Oiibing a-l-onr who has thc cure on hind forell jotirmaU adies, and rtmcmbcr dslays aiedangcrous. HAVE YOU A COUGH ?-Do not necloct ,t;thoaandJ have meiaprematiiiWeat.'i lor the ' 1 . t.i I want ofa little atieniion .0 a com.. o - Ilave voua Cou2h7 Un. Javxe's lxpeo- , '' ,r ,.i:,,lr.rr,l,.i,n...cnia1ii.ir no'po,Sono..s drugs. and uicd in an cxlcnsive atti ru renei, ann ave jou nui mai awim easo Pulmonary CojrstTUPTioN, which annually swccps into the grave hundreds of the young, the old, the fiii, tl e lovely and the jy. Uneyou a Cougli 1 Bo persuadbd to pur rhare a hottle of ihia Eiptclorant. to-day ! To inorrovr mav ue too late iie loo lale. Cough 7 Jayne's Exp-ctorai.t Hve you . 1 t . . u 1.1 ,,1 . For thi plain fleason. That in noone of ibe 0" Foun Fiftiik or tlic numi roin and uis H.oii.amt cases where it has bccn ussd hat it trcssinp cases of Dv...

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. — 10 May 1843

.' vfc- fK UMebnr PC0 Xn Uits Ittpcr .rrc pulIt5Jic& tftc JJuliXfc rtrcra, ilcsolutums. anfcw, iJubltc Erc.m'cs, Banferupt Sioticcc 2tc. of thc JBnftrtr statw, 2J Slutliortm. H. BELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT. -MAY 10, 1843. VOL. VHI.-NO. 1 1 (3 rUBLISHED EVCKV WEDNESDAY MOBNISG NORTH EXD OF THE M1IDGE, BY J. COBB JR. by whom all ordcrs for printing Books, Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,of every dcs cription will be neatly and fashionably ex ccutcd, at short noticc. a of Hig!jf5 fSJottwtfi Village subscribers, $2,00 Msil subscribers 2,00 Individuals and Coffipanics nrho take at thc oflicc I'75orl'50 ccntsifpaid in six montlia. ThoFe who take of PostriJcrs . . . $2 09 II not paid at lliecnd of tlio jear 2, 23 2io pipcra discontinned until arrearaes are paid erept at the option ofthe proprietor. JVo paymert to C-vrricrs allowed exccpt ordcred by tlis proprietor AU communicntionsiiiustbe addressed to llie editor IOST I'lID. AGRICULTURAL. rrom tbc New England Farmer. T...

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. — 10 May 1843

' ' CoSwasder Mackemme. The Bosion ' AM'.... itini iIia nltrrirtiiin nnner now rtliusrww m. 1 - .5 Hi-circulatiunin inai cny ior i'iu jjuijius" maliinir a iitab!ff nres;nl to M r. Macken- r4aifJiaralredy received ihe' signa'U'es or " nea'flv four kvrrdrcd ofour first citizens. WBixe not surpriscd nt the alacrity--the irm-u wifh nrlnnh nnr mo.il intcllicent i,, mnmium. aiiu uiuae wi ...i..... -.. noe approrai is mon im ihb unui. mibscrilw their namei 10 thm paper, in np. p'robntion ofthe noble coursr pursued. un VferT. tho most trying eircumstnnccs, by this mefitorions and much abused officer. It is ftiost irralifvinff to nrrceivo thal IierP, nt Irnst. oublie rpinion is sour.'l and riht that h r the libels nnd infamnus aitaclts of liirclinc dcfmrrs bave fnl d to produce nny favorable impression loxa'd one, s gainst whom the only p stihle chargo that rnn br urged, i that lie faiihfully diJ liis nu TT. under the mmt tryiig circiimstance, nnd in tlie facc of the most thrcntmiinjr con ET...

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. — 10 May 1843

ir i someth.nir uncr his arm. ! fBcmtr fficera com-. to scareti ms " 'ustr' ! r.-tc. II' R vr" f.tc-n.-. v, oii-iiana m- i Tfll I iiminse Vo:i want to searcii my no l.occ hcrc r.rc -ho kcys, and I alf objection. providcd you don't clothesand upset them to much. mev fnrched, McKeen goir Wj JT ris ancehe could, unl.1 they. eon.menced searching a large box conta.ning a flowr The earth was dog uP, and there was found .1... Kfnm. Mcrvcn wns lln'ti and nnoruiujt in,m '!: v afci .'" co,tiy by A.K . . v :.) !' Robimon. !w tri,k ' nnl nilL-vtlOIIL'd liim fur a I.ii." lirr. U.ore tl.oy cou'.d gel unv tlimg out"ofhim Butfinally he turned States cvidence, and it is supposed Ihat he will im. plicats sevcral with him. The whole affair was creating a good deal of excitement In Columbus. A letter lws been rcceived at Charleston, S. C. which states, thal with the exception ofn few thousand dollars. ihe whole of the fundsand property had becn recovered. Tho packagc belonging to the Charleston Bank wa...

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. — 10 May 1843

Ilend! Read! FIItST, rradthe Dealhs, llien turn lo thc .Melical u-pirtincntof Ihispiperandreii asfor lif- Tnen call q'lictly " iho subscnbing a-g.-nt wh.i Ui tlic cure on hind forallyouruial Sdies, anJ renisiiibsr dilays areiiingifous. HAVE YOU A COUGII 1 Do not neslcct il; Ihouai'd have metapronialure di-atfi for tbe want uf a Ijttlc allPnlion t a coromon cild. Have youa Counh 7 Dr. Jav.nk's Expxc TomaT, a aafe uiedical prcscription, coniaiiiitig no ponunont dru;s, and uwd 111 on cxtensivc ircticu lor several jcar, will most positivrly aEf rd relief. andsavejou liom that awful dis eise Pui.jn.VAny Co.nsumptiin, trhirh aiinually S'.ierpj inlo tlie gravc hundre.Is of Ihc yuung. tlia old, llie fiii, tlie Iovly and Ihe gay. Have ou a Coujh T Hj peistudwl topur-rha-e A boitls cf lliis Exprcloraut. to-dav ' To inorruw may be too late. llivo you a'Congh? JayneV Ep cforai.t i the only reinedy you thcu'd lake le cure vu. For this plaia eason, Tliat in nooiic ofthe Hioui-aii'l cmi where it l...

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. — 17 May 1843

iiie jftUftlebitr fkcnite Sl OTrcfelfi Sourn.H, Bcbotrtr to ijolttfcs, Sfteraturr. afortculturr, SHoralftj?, (Scncral J-ntrllfQcncc nxiu jFarnUi KcntJtng. H. J3ELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.s:MAY 17, 1843. VOL. VIII --NO. 2 I FUBLISIIED EVERV WEDNESDAY MOKNKG NORTH EXD OF TIIE BRIDGE, BY J. C O B B JR. by whom all ordcrs for prinling Books, I'amphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,of every des cripuon wui oe ncauy ana tasnionauiy u ecuted, at sbort notice. Village subscribcrf S2 00 Mail tLnlurribcrs 2 00 Individuals and Companies ho take at the oSce ; $175 or 150 cents if paid in six monlhg. j Tho'ehotakeof Poslriders . . 2.00 j II not paid at llioend of the year 2, 2o v L.. .1:. ,:.,...i .;i : . 1 - -1 i. iS . t.-. to CArricrs allowed xcept ordcred by the proprietor AUcommUQtcationsmuftlbe addrcssed totlie editor I'obt Paid ACRICULTUIIAL. CAUSE OF RUST ON WHBAT. In examining sevnral ngricultural works, Hiave noiiced rnmy lengihy articles on the cause ofrust 011 wheat, but none...

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. — 17 May 1843

FOREIGN NEWS. LATER FROM EUROPE. The new steamer Hibebxia, Capt. Jvd kins, ofthe Cunard line, arrived at Boston tn Thursday mormng, bringlng twenty.fiva passcngcrs frora Livcrpool to Halifax, sev-enty-nix to Boston, with Livcrpool datcs to April 29th ten days later than were recei ved by the packet EngTand at this port. Parliament had adjourned to the 24th, for the Easter Holidaya. Money was a bundant, tho warket wilhout matcrial change, and Cotton at Livcrpool somewhat rnore active than before. Mr. Evcrett is said to bavo deetined the Embassy to Chi na, on tho ground of the necessary sepera tion from hrs family. The accouchment of the. Qjieeo-was daily expcctod. Tlio steamer Solway, belonging to the West India line, vas lost on the sixth day of hcr passngo from Southampton, after inuching at Coranna. She struck on a rock twenty milcs from that port at midoight,and 6unk in twenty minuto. When she struck the passengnrs wero in their bcrths asleep. Tbe Captain instantly ordered the pi...

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. — 17 May 1843

raising just as much, andjust as little mon ey ns may be compatible with adua and e conomicnl administration of tho govern ment. Sooner orlalerthe man wlio bolts this course must bc ihrown into ihe ditch. No inleiligcnt politician can'doubt tliat this sad fate is fast coming upon the weazle can didate of Kinderhook. So fast is he fall ing into disrepule with his former support rs that we entertain vcry little doubt that on half of ihcm this moment wish him po. lilical ically defunct. There is indeed nolhing 1 the taleuts, tho principles, or perforraan. ces ot Ihc magician 10 recommena mm 101 - . a ' J t hcartfelt favor even with his own party. He has done nothing, and wii! do nolhing j Of course the road will cre long be ex triumphant success of tho party isabsolute 10 win the nfleclions of the North, and wlien ' tcnded to the valley of the Connecticut; but ly certain Lexinglon Obierter. the South can dispenso with his treachery j what or where, thenl Our readers nre a j , ' v and w...

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. — 17 May 1843

Read! Read! FIRST, read tho Dcaths, Ihcn tcrn to thc Medical Departn.entof thispapcrand real asfor life Tiieo call quiekly on ihe nibscrib.ng a genl who ha tlic cure on hand forallyournial mlies, and rcmcmbor ds.lays aredangerous. HAVR YOU A C0UGI1 7 Do not nezlect il; thousai dt havr ineta prcmature detth for tbe want ofa fjttlc. atlcnlion to a cnnvnon cul. , Have joua Cousli 1 Dr. Javnl's Expec- TonxsT. afe medical iretcription, con'aining no po.sonn.ia drucs, and usi & in an extensive pmctico for several vcan1, nitlii.ost posilivcly affiTd relief, and eave jou ironi tbat awful dis- ease Pui.mo.iart Consuuption, which anuually swceps inio the grave hundred. of Ihe young. the old, llie fiii, the lovcly and the gay. ' Have you a Cough ? Be rcrsuadod to pur- ehae a bottla of Ihis Expectorant. to-mi ! T morrow may bc too Ia!e. Havo you a Couh? Jajne's Expeetnrai.t i. the on'y remedy jon shculd lake to cure you. For this plain fleasnn, Tbat in nonneofibe houcand cases nlierc it bas...

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. — 24 May 1843

8 JEccftla 5ourn.nl, Drfcotelr to iJolttfcs, SLttcratttrc. STflrtcuIture, iHornUtt), (Srncrnl aeiurlUnrncc ntrtr jFnmH ItctfJtnrj. H. J3ELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.-s-MAY 24, 1843. VOL. VI1I.-NO. 3 M PDBtlSHED EVEEY WEDNESDAT MOBNIKG SOUTH END OF T1IE flHIDGE, BY J. COBB JR. by whora all orders for printing Books Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of ovcry des eription will bo neatly and fashionably ex ccutcd, at sbort notice. Village subscribcnr 2 00 Mail subscribew. . 2,00 IndmduaU and Companies who lake at the office Sl'75orl 50 cents u paid in six raonlhs Thorc ho take of Pojtndcri . II not paid at lliccnd ofthe year 2, 25 No papers discominued until arrearaKc arc paid ewrpiattheopiionorthepropnctor. Ko paymc, t , to Carncrsallowea exccpi omucu ij iim propriciot All comraiinicalionsmust ue addrecsed to the euitor Tost Paid. MISCELLANEOUS. JJomancr tn llrnl 2lffc. Jliss Jano Iloward was the danghtcr of n vcry wcallhy mcrcliant rcsiding in the city of Baltimore. Iler p...

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. — 24 May 1843

deaircs, nnd they are stilt more frcquently ! t xpresscd in conversation. Tho Hon. Thomas W. Gilmer, a mem-ln-r of Congress from Virginia, Hnd former. t a Governor of thnt Stale, numbered as onc of'ilie Guard," and of cnurso undcr !ood to be iu Iho councils of lhe Cabinct, iit a lelter bearing dato the lOih day of January Iasl. nriginally dcsigned as a ptU vnto and confidenlial lctter to a friend.gives it as his deliberatff opinion, after much ex nmihation and reflection, that TtXAS WILL be assexed to the Unios, and hn cmefi into n specious argumcnt and presents a varicty of reasons in favor of the mcisure Hc ayj amonij o:lier ihi.igs : Washington, Jan. 10, 1843. Dzar Sir : yoti nsk if 1 liave express-f-d the opinion that Texas would be nnnex ed to the United Stntcs J I answer, ycs ; nnd this opinion has not been adopted wi'Ji. ui refl'JClion, or without a carcful objrrva linn of causcs, which, I believ. aro rapidly btingitig nbout lliis result. I do not know how far thPse cauies ha...

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. — 24 May 1843

TflE MlSKBIES MlLLBBISM MrS. Chase, tho wife of Captain Chase, ofthis citv, once a vcry wonliy amiable and intel liget'f person, a fond motlier and an nflec tionata v.ife, is nowa viclim to tho Miller delusion a raving maniuc. She Iiad been attending thc second advent mccttngs in lliis p.aee for scveral motha whcn llio crrors of that one idea, Ihe end of tlie world. took posscssion ofher mir.d, and reason forsook iis throne, perhaps forcver. Tho first indication of lier aberralion was in i!rf'9Sinrr tlfl her little one?, hve in nurr- ber. (ihe voungest but thrce monllis old,) nnd M".r thcm m a ro siiic by side, tcii. ing thcm that Christ would sJbn appear to lake them up lo the skies. It was the last act approaching to kindness which the little suuercrs have received from their strange but onco kind mothcr. She has since at- lcmplcd io tako their lives, and instead of kisscs and care.scs wtncli they wcr". wont to sliare, they are nnw obliged to fW her fieiidish grasp. The misery and...

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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. — 24 May 1843

Read! Read! FIRST, read the Dealhs, tlien torn to tlie Mcdieal Dcpartmcntof this paper and read asfor iifu Then callqnictly on ihe suhscribing a gcnt wbo has the care on hand forallyouruial adles, and rcinombcr delays aredangerous. HAVE YOU A COUGH 7 Do nol neglecl 11; thousandr have ineta premalnredeatli for tbe want ofa little attention lo a coomon cold. it .. n u . T1 .. T n V, riirr toraxt, a safe medical prescriplion, containing no poitonons drugs, and uscd in an cxtcnsive practice Ibr sereral years, williiiost posKivcly aff.'rd relief, and nve you lioni that awful dis eiM Pui.monarv Consujiftion, which annually sweep into tlie grave hundreds of Ihe young, the old, tlie fiii, tlie lovcly and tlie gay. Have jou a Cough 7 Be persuadbd to pur ehise a bolflj of this Epfcctorant- to-dat To tnorrow may bc too late. Mave vott a CouzhT Javnc's Exp'ctnraht U tlie only reinrdy yoti should lake to curc viiu. Kor this plain fleason, That in nooneof the holland cases where it has bocn used ...

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. — 31 May 1843

g ggrcftIS Joumal, acboteft to Uoltttcs, Htttrature, gforfculturr, iBoralfts, CScncral x-ntclltflcncc ntrtr iFflmtln ttcaftfna. H. BELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.:MAT 31, 1843. VOL. VI1I.-NO. 4 43 rUBLISHED EVEEC WEDNESDAY MORN1NG SORTII EXD OF THE BltlDCE, BV J. COBB JR. by whom all ordcrs for printing Books l'amphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvery dcs tnption will be ncatly and fashionably ex ccuted, at short noticc. Villagc subscribcr, S2.00 Jlail Subscribcrs 2,00 Individualj and Comp.mies uho take at the officc $l'75or 1"50 ccnts if paid in six months. Thofe uho lake of PostrUers . . . $2,00 If not paid at llieend of the year 2, 25 IVo papers discontinued until arrearaes are paid exccpt at the option oftlie proprietor. lo paymer t to Carricrs allowetl exccpt ordered by the proprietor All communications must be addresscd to the editor Tost Paid. POETRY. POCAHONTAS. ItX GEORCE I". 3IOiEIUS. Upon the barrcn sand, A elngle captire stood; Around him caine with bovr and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 31 May 1843

ANOTHER 3POUCH OF TYLERISM Heksy B. Stict was removed from the oSoe of Post M.istcr, in this place, on a&tnr .iy of!at week, and Dasa. Wissuw, Ed-rtn- of the Sentinel, was apputnteu m his i.In'ise: Oflliis cbange we have nt present I-rrv liul? to say. It is in perfect keepmg xrith a!l tlie recsnt public ncts of Mr- Tyler. l excites no regret in the breast of the gen tleman who has bccn pro-scribed.noiiidignn-tion ninon" his nnmernus friends, and no sur ..r t! roinmunilv at larcc All our citizens know that Mr. Slacy lia b rcat cxpen?c in fitting up his office, and that ,!!-.n-rH it frnni the mcst ilnrk and hc nrca carv, aml dismal hoie in tnis wnuie iu.... . iC. Ui. (if r.nmfocoism into 011c of the most nnat, tastcful, aml elegant roi ui tires in nll New England. Wo all know too that he has discharged his dut' a' ",,t ninn nml "OOil CltlZeil i .it..n w.i 3iiv aetive intcrfercnce ir. tmrtv nolilVs since he wns appointo.il And wc have the most satisfictnry eviuenre i hat ntncly-nm'...

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. — 31 May 1843

SriLL ANOTHER RA1LROAD ROUTE. It is now proposed in Canada, and the Common Council of Boston huvo passed resolulionJ favoring tho plan, to extend I the Concord Kail Road up tho valley oflhe Connecticut through the district of Sl. Fran cis (Canada,) lo Montreal. UTe have liule doubt of tho spcedy succcss of this plan if thccapilalists ot Boston and Montreal enlist in it. This road would be of much import ance to the Norihern parts of Vermont and Nnw Hampshiro ; and when ihat is estab lished, perhaps somebody wil! think that a road through the centerof the stale to Bur. lington mipht havo been of some conse qucncc Vt. Watchman. TntECTE of Respect to Oommander Mackenzie. iho Now lork papers con tain a corrcspondence between 300 of tho principal Mcrchnntsand caplains of Packets in New York, nnd Commaader Mackenzie, opressirg their approbalion of his course in thc trying fccencs ti.rough which he has latcly been cdlcd to pass. OtT Mr. Beckwith. of Sutton, has been restored to lhc Custom-...

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. — 31 May 1843

I fAVING taken Mr. E. D. Bush, inio nartncrship the business will be con- i nued in the tinme of WRIGHT & BUSH, and Roodf will be sold for rcndy pay. or m reasonable crcdit on as favorable terms as at anv S ore in the county. Persons hav in? u'nsettled accounts are adviscd that an early sett'emcnt MCsT be rrnde and all m 1 -s nnd accounts of long standing rruu posi livtly be paid. Kent U kight. Shoreham. April 10, 1843. 050 Middlebury Academy. FfnilE Summcr Tcrm of this Intilution jL H "pen on Alondny, the 29lh iust. All ho proposo to attend, should be prcs ri t nt ih'j cumincncrmcnt of the Tcrm. I 2;4w C. C. JJISIJhli, I'receptor. PREMIUM IIOltSE ECLIPSE THAT rrceived at Ihe New York Slato Ag gricullural Fair, the greatcst evcr held in the Unilcd Staets, at Albany Sept. 28lh 18t2,"Tbfc lirst premium," from a host of compclitors, a inong which were sevtral "fmportcd oncs," Will be located for the acrommodation of those ho wish to improvelhe breed ofthat nolle an imal, Ihe horse....

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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