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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1836

VERMONT PH4BNI1. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. SEPTEMBER 23, 1836. NO. 3. ON jPHCENIX. Verm hUUhd evcry5?Wy Morning, lrI.V. NICHOLS W. E. iKTiibu. . 2 IMP. nulldlngfwwrly oppo.ue umie ' Stage Ho!. .t.t- .nhscriberWwo Dollar! n ycnr. ,r":' ,l,o roccUelheirtgper.0t ih. office, A from .& price. uflwCnly CrMo-.lot.beenof,.,eyear SUd. ICTNo.Bgdl.conlinuca :.i ...nt nt ilMntlon of the Lffl.rt receive attention. ..i...l.f mil l'lllrt ll.ivi iicwrr.nmui' BB 111 klQU4 WJ . n moilcrulo tcrm, mhort .oiirc ,-palil or For the Vermont rim-nix. nroSAHV COIiSUJirTION, NO. 3 . . t I ' he many pathological phenomena an , m ihc several aiorciiienubu .u... ! j ,!monio disease, arc so similar in it characteristics so correspondent and in their invasion, progression 3 . .t ..itntlmr in HinirMiimr Iroccssion witu uu apE1," I .,;. idni wo shall in iholsubsc- . .Jiun thnlllit-po in lent observations, uu.iuv.-w pictures winch tho human framo oxhibits, widow still more astonished, received the in its progress to disso...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1836

lions, and expressly prohibited tlio States from emitting bills of credit, rind from ma' king ony thing but geld and silver coin a tender in payment ol, debts, it is equally ob vious that they intended ns a genera rule that tho currency oftho country should bo a mr-inllic nnd not n naner currency. Wheth er they also designed to divest the States of their antecedent ngunu mtuniuiuiu uuuuo, it would now beanoro curious than useful to inquire. That matter, so far as relates to tho mere question of power, must be regard ed as settled in favor of the continued au thority of tho Slates. Assuming that this was contemplated by tho framers of tho fed eral constitution, it is then most evident that n,.ir lmnes of a sound currency must havo been based upon their expectation that the respective governments would faithfully dis charge their peculiar duties, and as faithful ly confino themselves to their respective spheres: that the Federal Government would ornrt nil its constitutional powers, no...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1836

in- l.n by tbir dolcat on tho contrary, i :.recncojrcd by tho accession ot nn ffiPHT If. his is correct, the o C lLv of tlie,.prescnt government is a hS result, buTIl will not lo effected with Iltcy,l ! drtlrUctlon of life. ,aTt tops oTampico are daily drilled . ,L netv commandant, Pasa, and amount l,ito men. tfrpt. Williams, of tho Lady i;fsrbhjgWofPr, and states V,7ho is a most'gentlemnnl.y and humane ! wing " Pkibl? P,MVon 10 fore'?n" S Vsulont at Jjnpieo.. and suppressing attempts at riband insubordination. L active nnd energetic measures were pro E of much g6od. Tho destination of . troops under Uis command was not trVorBce. From the Sairannali'gergisin, Sept. 6. Tki Ctetk Imlians.&gfylrnci of n letter jcceiveJ in this city froirIgup country, da- U 17lb ull' J$&- ..Y,!or Nelson separatejijthe men at the Je of Mcss. RiclmrdsogSnd Harper. . told them when they sUuclc a trail Alto i' 'PTS0 aTy t,K''Unt Art. Bishop with eight men soragcko vf. r.u in wns renorted ihcrtitwero...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1836

OPENING OF FALLCHOOLS. During the months of ScSember O" bcr parents begin to send , the older child en to 8cl oK thisti.no also now school books ore purchased, and in most cases a now teacher employed. This is a good season of the year tomXn change for the belter, and wo will with great earnestness ,nnd sincerity ask the bc ool districts a few plain practical questions: 1st What wages hWc you heretofore given your teacher? Would it not bo cheaper, tnk W all things into consideration, to employ ono or higher qualifications, if you do have to pay him a" little more? Can you expend money in ony other way oo wisely as in giving your chil dren a good education? What ?o essential to vour well being as virtuo and intelligence in tho.e around you ? Of all men, who should bo moro virtuous and intelligent, than that man ., i.lAn(da on,i fnfms the character of your children ? Will any thing but a higher salary .,,.., iiiM.nr mm ifications? If a well cduca- . i,. Kn.r.a urlmnl books, and above ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1836

VERMONT P II IE A I X. OL. HI. BRATT3LEB0110, Vt S EPT E M B IDR 30, 183(5. VKltjroNT PIIttJNIX. r-ublidicd crcry Friday Morning, I y n.W. NICHOLS fc W. E. HYTHEn. It,, o. 2 Halt's Iliiildiiig, nearly oppotilo Clmio I t.,i Tn linitle nilrribor Two Dollar n year, l...mnmeii tenhc llir-lr paper at Itio office, ' . I- ft. .1 ..,! f R "5 a near A maimim h" im.-.; i hh-hij I ..mi will lie made to tlione who pay in ndiancc I .( ii nut maJe at the expiration nf tlinjcar 1 ... i ...I I.. I .r n Wrt nnnnr 1liniilni.M.l ,,f, Kill I"! II"""" )J i II (rttarajM arc p.intt except m inn opium oi the IhlMtcrl. uriicrs iy iii-u ii "i i'u.i-jiuiu ur witt not reccii i attention. Fur the Vermont I'lnrnix. MY CIIOICU. (BV JOHN c. MOSSIK.) litre U I clwoio a Brl"c Uj a grwi icmicirrle of tall trees jiml-opcn on Ilie eastern iJe,, '.f.iv So that the rising sun's first beams might shine I'manr rostinj pla"". anJ eicry hieeio Wkich uanJcrcd from my natiie lain, rouhl tvae Tlie grow and wild Hotter on Ilie e...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1836

THE MTEttAKY CONVENTION Ilereloforo noticed, met nt Montpolior, ac cording to previous arrangements, on tho !23dult. The Convention was called to or der by Joshun Bates, who was afterwards chosen President; Jacob Cc!!amer, John Wheeler and Isaac F. Rcadfiold, wero ap pointed Vice Presidents Willnrd Child and E. C. Tracy, Secretaries. About ono hun dred delegates were enrolled from nine dif ferent counties. The following extracts from the proceed ings arc from tho Vt. Chronicle Several gentlemen from other states, who wero present, were invited to lako seats in the convention and participate in its deliberations. President Bates rend a lecturo "on the re ciprocal influenco of moral and intellectual education" concluding with a series of res olutions which wero referred to tho commit tee of arrangements. Evening. Judge Collamer read n lecture "A view of the provisions made by law for tho encouragement of learning inclu ding a history of legislation in this country on the subject of ed...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1836

-. wmttlMTIMO HOGS. ,u first day of December four shoals l"' i .l nnnrlvnl n size, nnd us Dreeu, " - - y, v Tkein every respect ns could be so- i" . - hum ni mil v iiuk-. wcju i rmin u ... i it' fr0. ..fonnli carefully weighed, und ff:ara.oS.ye, wniero, heir food au .1.. ..miiiniiui i iitiv v t ii 1 11 t:ii oiohtV-one nnu ouu iiuuuivu jiuu.iuo, -tfllClK" !!,, l.-irrpllinr mniln nnr . ivhose nciK-"- - J . J.nd cie itv-livo pounds, were icu on rir lUU corn, weighing seven mi' 'Curb, for every twenty-four hours, 0Olu ....... no i ini' wrinti'ri. Tim 1" in,r.., u-nsn nlontv for them, nen- ,ainy oi dtfrent days, between in utn ai Lmd fourth ol January, me umu mo Innnnwns going on, they did nol cat C ...t10c allowance. t l.c two shoats, whose weights logetli- ! pounds, seven pounds ot good I K.t inrt'iiirfi lin ninlr. in com. men, t i mado-into good mush, or hasty pud ,J divided between them every twen- exactly half the weight of meal, Whthc others had ot raw corn, l lie S l""ls of nU1,1 ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1836

For tlio Vermont riioenlx. TO A FRIEND. "When in childhood's sunny morning Gaily bounds the hearts and high, If the dark and stormy future All wero spread before the eye, Who would wish to live and meet it, O, who would not sooner die 1 Whcn in nfter years the tempests O'er life's sunshine darkly lower, When the breath of this world's coldness Comes with every gloomy hour j When the faithless when the heartless Scatter thorns o'er friendship's bower ; When the waves of disappointment O'er hope's brightest scenery roll, When the loved fn death arc sleeping, When with anguish sinks the soul, Who, without a Friend to share it, Could drink all life's bitter bowl? It is meet that scorn and scandal, Toil and strife should wait us here, Cloud and storm will only fit us For a holier, happier sphere J Sorrow (lings no poisoned arrow Where alfection wipes the tear. And when all the strife hath ended, Slander spent its fellest dart, When the ties, that bind the spirit To the earthly regions, p...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 December 1836

Riff vol. ni. BK.ATTLEBOKO, Vt. DEC EMBER 9, 1836? l daaeea. Tie We cf tbe Sac as2 of Es 7 " . !Tor. - r i. .1: . . t Vr . - . . ..-"i . Binuie isiprrs tn (mo Mnm L.""TO'wraw.Ka8wr resretbeml tere and iterasWf Ttetmtr kseif ia ,U fes to. tra, a Silent ,lr" V: " .V" ,TX. E- BTTHER. j aso. contfjiogky. tie secret ef an Bacferaded J utKre. t, maw"" a B . ceateatettrrs ca tbe natioir cancaix ef ar ft m f-i-.? .t r. : ir -t - t . . ... umc c hhi njeaest race, ifiat as tut r&cat xmauaitrjt ntKw a. 1 ' xu u bots owluk teen caf oat treat tie ""iisf51 eirnawe iseta tn tast So srrrai s pifttsmj. Tie fcopfe ftate mm so e&oc&teiwl Foici are rerr pi latrir a2EQ ztittjt, lasts Ibxtc tae IUX3!!s Ic4stc ra Uxxt apptaracce titcir tie, oe cf w&.fe& neat Ea the susni. s&A rl3.fPAfii-'3a.i:Es ttr rich kw!, 1 ia " i J, fe fr - .fariM c"f2n- aaijfcoet siatted nctjt tk ,mlh of three tiue &rac. to d foH vftfc- Carafes . iTni.foWr.i-'i-'".wii-r iuirieTr UKd. ceo 1 erc o far .cvll...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 December 1836

Tt. Asylum lor Ihc Insane, Open. THE Trustees of' the Vermont AsylniYi lor tlio Insnne, would announce,-- that this Institution is now ready for tlic reception oP patients Tile building is fimshcil ! n manner adapted to the clarification and convenience of its inmates. Tlio two wings nro so constructed ns to afford pleasnnf and commodious- rooms, mid that the sexes -may bo entirely separated. Rooms are prepared fbr the sick, removed from nil annoyance, where the- immediate relatives nnd friends of' the patients-can if they desire, liestow their kind attentions nud sympathy. Experienced' mitses and attendants nro procur ed, and none will be retained except those who arc kind' and' fhithlil to their trust. No harsh treatment' will ever bo for n moment allowed. Several rooms are prepared in the centre buildiusi for those who require additional ac- commouanonsoi nucnuanisnnu luxuries, wwcm will bo furnished according to tlio destio 01 frif.nilA nnd tin; compensation to the institution.....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 December 1836

. .11. ltnh mill Arrest, of ilia M ' most daring nitemp was made Sraa & bVnr'd, in north Sec S&vccn Market and Arch. , It w the store is closed every evening !!" 1 jM. but that a young, man h 6e .!,, nn, it is irtmrdnd i'.r'.'th dorr. About n fort- lr' filin nnrttinrs wns. walk- iBCft t .lho J-- ro!. I iL.ttltll M I 1 I O IjU'1-" ,rt M rtnrnmrr In -mri'i; sviu-- . . . THANKSGIVING. LYCEUM next, TUESDAY EVENING, This old New England festival Ims tigniti nt 0 12 o'clock. Lecture by A. D. Ely, A. 1). passed by with nlj.ijs joy unit with n its sJ,t,J"i iM.MAi. jHauni.tism." as 111 the next day. lie made inquiry J'"10. " . I .1.... i1, ,lnrr mil lint IV, wnosaiu uiu.. ... (, ,pj(rc left tbe More. ThisciMU the facts , fVCIIfU Cll-"""'"i ----- - - V. .. i .. nr.. communicated to the no Bf" .. . ..:!ti..it rrnt.rftlf.tm nf . '1 V.I"lllllll ..... V. ... W I I fiiC-t u....l.. ,,.,.1- nil ,-iri.rnMtlnn. I lb If, III""'" . . . i r.-i) nhnul the nrcmises I'cWUf nl enon nscentnined that i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 December 1836

w1 CCT Thompson's New Truss. Unexampled Success. rHISKE this Truss has been introduced, it is taking tlic place ol nil other, 1 russes ever invented' rersons who nave ineu inc most approved kinds heretofore made, will lay them aside and purchase one of these invalua ble Trusses. The following recommendation hn just been rcceiml fiom Dr. Hull, of Vcrgcnnca. This Truss, he says, is a great improvement over anv thins that lias hitherto been invented in the form of a Truss. The superiority of the above article tlocs not consist in the case and safety by which they are worn only, but by proper adaptation will speedily effect a per manent cure of the Hernia. Numerous certifi cates to the above facts might be added, were it necessary, but a slight examination of these Trusses will convince any one that the great desideratum has at length been obtained, and this formidable disease is no longer a dread. I think therefore that all afllicted with Hernia or Rupture, and having a just estimate o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 December 1836

RM HflENIX 7r -c. vol. in. BKATTLEBORO, Vt. DECEMBER 30, 1836. ii ... i NO. 17. VEBMOT P1ICEIVIX, Pobllilicil eury Friday Morning, by Y?U. E. ltYTHJGK. I oSce N. 2 Hatl' Tluildlng, nearly opposite Clia. . f. nl,cril)iT Two Dollan a vei I T. wnPl" lio receive llieir paper, at Ilia office, II ' ,r V nitwr fliirnnf iniied until nr. r.l,',ffre pni'l.exccptal the option oftlicpulilUlicr. I ttfP " ',, ' ... .,.,..,i,l nr .. .! II , S, Order. i'i nan I'"" ' A,.r ullcnlioil. I'P ,....,., .. . ... . Irj All kind orJUll l'Ki i ncnuy exeem ej alibort notice anil on moclcrnte ternn. raex d. Da' tin ! Jbeswi frost Mr Vhiladttphia U. S. Gaxtttt. COME HOME. Come home, f WonlJ 1 could wing it like a liril lo tliee, iTo cot.mi.ne villi thy thoughts lo fill thy .leep ffilb itce uimearjwg orus 01 mcioay, Brother, come home. Come home, Come to the hearts that love thee, to the eye. ITkit beam in brigtitnes. uui to giauucn mine, (;,,, where find lliougliU, like holicnt Incense riic, .. i . I 1 ....... r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 December 1836

3 COlVftHESS. Monday, Dec. 10. Sknate. iVir Clny, by leavo introduced n bill to appropriate for a limited time this proceeds of thu public lauds, nod granting land to certain Slates. Ho explained the difference- bciwea this, nnd the former bills introduced by him for tho 6amo object. It - In t.nrril. if i ill ttl( llltt nf thn nTM- propuato iu ui-iii - i - ent year, and to end with the year 1841, when the biennial reduction of duties under tho compromise act will cease. On motion nf Mr Calhoun, so much of tho President's Message ns relates to tho reduction of tho Tcvenuo was referred to the committee of Finance. A committee was appointed to consider and report what measures should bo adopted to repair tho loss occasioned by the destruction of ths Putent Office. Mr Ewing's motion for recinding the Treasury order was taken up, and Mr Benton addres sed the Senate in defence of tho order until 4 o'clock, when tho Senate adjourned. In the House of Representatives, leave was granted to th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 December 1836

.i. r.nner V Enquirer. AKS.De, 13.183a Tho release of Santa Anna ha. -Tl,t .,, on nt New Or- iilwl"L.B i ui sixty pnsscn- k?V a the Scfir. Texas, M,er, nnnnctcd in one way Kh I he Tan Cabinet, and t''T. ,l,nttl.B people in Tex- Lire C3" "I-.! .I.- . t i i.i inn iili iiuh - r The general opinion of the I kt Houston no longer icum.g the hordes of Mexicans who an. "r ;Mf1i! that republic. once W c'" ,,.. ..; l . rp I .lan... ' . . the rest On tho same day that Louis I3onnparlc Pay Day. The first day of January, tnudo his nbortive attempt upon tho garrison which Is near at hand, is considered as n at Strasburg, another eflort nl a mutiny was! funeral nav aIuv. and it would bo well if it uiuuu ui iiiuuiiii-, uy u curnurni nnu awcn ... .. r .1 -wi i i . iy privates, oi mo jjuko oi urieans ....... tn 0 10 Wasliincton, ns he that ho might probably .'cJ nromises to acknowledge ndenco of Texas; and unit n ne would bo gatneu uy , advantage- H". '.Li i.int Santa Anna is still ,&nt of the Me...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 December 1836

An net, in addition to "nn net constituting Probate Courtsnnd dc.fininjr their powers. nnd rcKiilntinir the settlement of testate J ......... .....I... ....1.1 ..-..I! -!.! pu ItuesiHiu camlet, uuu iii-- uaiumusii 11 f minors nnil insane Dersons." Sec. 1. It is hereby enacled bv the Gen- tral Assembly of the. Slate of Vermont. That the registers of the several probate courts in this Stnta be, and they hereby arc, authorized and empowered to administer any and every oath necessary to be administered in the settlement ot testate and intestate tales. Sec. 2. It is hereby farther enacted. That the provisions of the fourth and fifth sections of the net entitled "nn. nct in addition (o nn act entitled 'nn act constituting probate courts and defining their powers, and regulating the settlement of testate and intestate estates and the guardianship of minors and insane persons,'" passed November sixth, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, shall bo construed to extend to all cases where a citati...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 January 1837

It II ol. ni. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JANUARY 6, 18377 NO. IS. rHUMOlVT PIICKIVIX, foWiileil every rriuay ,.iorini.s, oj WM. E. IIYTIIEK. I s 2 HjII', lluiluinir, nearly oppolto Chare' f Singe House. I , .!. ...Urrihers Two Dollar a yenr. fir"-' ,!,,!, nanen nt tlio office. mo"""' " ' . ..!-....! ...:i V ' T .v.. npr (lliicillll IllUCtl mill ui' . V nr .Ittdinttniieil llnlil nr- Ifl'F" .',.,,, ihcaniion ofthe rut1iihcr. ilieoplion of the publisher fflbi ' ! PMt-pId or ll.cy will not Lln.llfnti""' r -- .. i '! i it.. f. E-l. ' .,! mi moderate tcrmi. ,1 ihotl no"" " laws of Vermont. ..Mriic riiliniT nml thcalri. i,itt,wprevi ''"""" o l,o "h State of Vernon,, That nil ZiJmS.thcatrical exhibitions, juggling Iilisrbt ofhand. ventreioq usm. unu magic shall be. and aw. declared to be com . ,n,l miblic nuisances nnd offences U this State; nnd every person, who n i ...... rt..r i-NiraL'e in anv such circus L ihcairic.il exhibitions, juggling or I .nntrvlnmiism or mauie aits. Uhill therefor nsK, uem...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 January 1837

Almanncli lbr 1837. 15 I s S a 1 I I f I ---' i - Jakuart ,12 3 4 5 6 7 '- - 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 . ,15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 ' 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Fxdruary .... 1234 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ' 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Maiicu 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 ArniL 1 .2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Wat ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 .9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Jdkb 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 July 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 i23 24 25 26 27 28 29 ' 30 .31 August .... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 It 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 September 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 October 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .November .... 1234 5 6 7 8 ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 January 1837

- .t y- f. wT" v - Dec. 25th, 1830. .. . n0ticcd tho various speculations in 1 ions journals on tho subjectof Mr Van f". .i......i Tim norsons who hnvu "'Mi these speculations, know but littlo t. . fl Cll CS Wllll-ll ou.iaui.v. ...v. rem, " .Jcnt. The orgniiizuuun u. u uu iil-i, ,B i .f ...... mninrin s. would indeed, bo ...InnilS taSK, Whatever may bo Mr I , Borcn'sdecision (or rather MrWnght's) point, I venture to predict very fow ID .;. friends am i tlle socrct- XjCl eacu ono L;,!,ipJ inio the mysteries of the cabal?' ..i mm vi' ii. nuiv in i iiu j j iv iuuiiui , W ". . . c.i u .J .nnntl nil IllUU-lullllia ui uiu nuuiu- ..-,i men. whether members of Congress ..Ill inwardly shrink into nothingness. uui i ...... . . ,:,....:.. :. . .1. :., nni nnv iillimuul hi mai u isi: il . I - ... ...Villi ,o In lhi r?nn. thf lUUHUH .. II....M. .nc i mnm innnrinnl nn ' - . ... itr, .l.u. Blfllld I n. ui'""" . : .i..i..r..i II .Ant-ftl III U UIVIH 1W .,.. w.l I . MIIMCTn If 1L I.N Vt'I V I1IIII I...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 January 1837

This day Published, Price 50 Cents, lUCHAKDSON'S DICTIONARY or TUG ENGLISH EJ13VG VJ1GE. paut v. The New Edition of Parts I., II., III. ond IV. aro also ready. The whole is guaranteed to be completed in Thirty Parts. OPINIONS OP THE PRESS. Fmm tho New York Etening Poit. Part V. lias been issued by William Jackson. Vc are more nnd more pleased with the abun dance or rare illustrations lrom the old authors of the language with which the compiler ac companies his definitions. From tlie New York Cnmmcrrlnl Adverlifrr. Part V. lias this day been published by Win. Jnckson. It grows upon our already warmly expressed good opinion, with every successive, number. We only regret that it is not a pro nouncing dictionary; but it exceeds all others in the fullness and accuracy of its derivations, and the meanings and general applications of words are lacilitated to an extent never Detore attcmnted. Such n work could only have been accomplished by unwraried perseverance and laborious application. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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