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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 May 1836

xtvx cl w NOT THE CIiOU V OF C .1 S A II ', HUT THE W E I F A HE OF It O M E. BV II. B. STACY. From the New-York American. A woman! hand traced llio following line, which only woman! true nnd fond heart could hive inipircd. We hope we may receive oilier iuch genu, TUB WIFE'S PKAYER. The jounj; wife kneeling to her God. Secim brighter f.ir in this lone scene. Than when our halls of mirth the trod, 'Mid Fashion's throng n ttorshipp'd queen I Gaie on the love that fills her heait New charm h.ilh lent to rheek nnd brow Clmeon hut hiifli ! the pine lipi i pail, ('.tutna c. thn .(.'. j.lciJin; nu'.v : "Hear nie, thou ulio maik'nt each feeling, Thou who know'sl each passion's sway ; At thy sacred nll.ir kneeling, For a being bved I piay ! He is dearer than the inoihcr Who lialli hcen my life's fondg'liJe He is 'ne.iicr than li hioiher, 'i hough n brother 's still my pride. OA ere summer's bloom h.id periehed, For the lover's weal I plead Father ! on the husband cherished. Now thy cliuicesl...

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. — 13 May 1836

3B 3B5&asr5?Dsr F R 1 I) A Y MORNING, MAY 13. PEOPLE'S TICKET. F03 PRESIDENT W3I. II. HARRISON. I'OR VICE PRESIDENT FtlANCIS Oil ANGER. Von GOVERNOR i n a a k. jsHisoir, LIEUT. GOVERNOR DAVID M. CAMP, of Dciby. Til P. ENEMY ALARMED. The cfRci.il journal contains a grand Manifesto of the party, in (lie shape of a 1'rospcctus fur the Extra Globe. It is in miny respects on extraordinary document. Its immediate cause is Ui'. result of the Virginia election!, and the stale of nffairs in Pennsylvania. The faithful are alarmed nl the signs of I ho Old Dominion. They fear that the sceptre intended for Mr Van Burcn will prove a barren sceptre, and that even now il is in the gripe of an ' unlincal hand.' No one can read this document without being convinced that the parly trcir.hlc fur the fate of their candidate ; and noono ran rend the orguninnls and com ments nf the Globe, without feeling that they have much reason for their apprehen sions. The turning point of the whole matter U the c...

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. — 13 May 1836

St. Johns Hotel & STAGE HOUSE, Continued by Mrs. WATSON No ex cttion spared to merit n cuntmuanco or public patronage. Baggage) carryed to and from the ktcam boats. St. John, slMay, 1 030. Waddingtoii Superfine Flour. ar-,luELS rr"h 9uper 66 Barrels Fresh Fine 40 d.i. do. Fine Middlings. Just rcccivtd and fnr JASON C. PEIRCE. St. Johns, May 0. 11138 , LOOK ! ONLY 2 I 1 cents per lifjht fur window sash wliuro 50 windows arc Fold, or 2 3-4 cents for a less number ! warranted to bo equal if not superior to any mannfac t tired by band, for sale by tbo subscriber, north side the Coutl-ltnmr Sqiinrc. VM. BLAkL. Burl'mclm. Mm 10. 1836. BTieicc superior clover teed, just rc ccived and Tor pale by SIDNEY BARLOW. Mav It. 1836. JOURNEYMAN CABINET MA X KER, wanted immediately by ABBOTT fi. PANGBORN. Burlington. May 12. 1836. Botanic Infirmary. Burlington, Vt. TvnrT nF.NJAMIJf THOMPSON, foun A3 dcr of the Concord Botanic Infirmary, feeling a deep interest in the cause ol sutler- ing humanity...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 May 1836

FARMER'S SONG. Away grandeur, pomp, unil gold t Aw.iy uilli childish c.iso ; Olid me lull strength my plough to hold, And I'll liml menu lu ple.ise. Tit sneel to lull for lltosc ue love, Sly wife :iinl d.uling bos Both lend ki uiiikc my l.iliur proi 'J'lio sneeicst of my jujit, The humble niortel I pnnira, When l.ilwr tn. iV.es h sweet, ti eutcn Willi ii tano inoic puia Thau meals lli.it monarch! c.il. 'Tia mine jes, Ms mj li.ippy lot, From c.ic. and avarice fiee, To oun hiil this secluded rot, Kneel fi lends mill liberty. Thus I no tmnncli mi llie lilt oils Can guiilge his destiny, Lei him Ilia weight of coi e bcmcnii, Whilst I am liulj fiee. When l.ibor unoies and giows dull, I Willi my dog mid gun, tei forth, the finest game to cull, And thus nil sorrows shun. Now tell me, nil je gouty train, Who Inne wli.il fortune giies : U not the chceiful oountiy swain 'I he happiest m.in ih.it lies I Peas. The early Washington if the kind in common u-u for this part of tho country. But the A...

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. — 20 May 1836

NOT THE GLORY OF CfESAU; BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B.STACY. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1836. VOL. IX No. 612. From the Boston Pearl. THE FEAR OF THE BURIAL, "lbs wont pang or death is the burial. L. E. L It 1 not that we (brink from death, From nalure'i general doom It ii our horror of the grave, Our terror of the tomb. Our dread of that dark dwelling-place, That fills us with despair. And wakes each nerve to agony, Which all who bieathe muit bear, T ii not the deep, dissolving pang To struggling nature known ; Eidurance calmly meets the strife Of agony alone : But 't is that deep nnd thrilling diead The f-lteiing und the firm Alike have fell, which shrinks from dust, Corruption and the worm, T is this that haunts our infant years, Inherent with our breath, The parent of a thousand fears T is not the fear or death ; T is this that makes ihe bitterness Of many a parting hour, And triumphs over better hopes With deep and deadly power. I 're bowed beside my infant's bed, And watched his stru...

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. — 20 May 1836

FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 20. PJGOPIjB'S tiokht. roa rnKSiDKNT Witt. II. HARRISON. FOR VICE ritESIUENT FRANCIS C RANG i; It. ron aovEnson S I Tv A S H. J 33 W I S O IT, LIEUT. OOVERNOJl DAVID M. CAMP, of Deiby. County Convention. A Convention of (ho friends of Harrison and Granger will bo lioldon at the Hotel of John A. Willcv in WILIJSTON, on MOiN'DAY the sixth day of Juno next, at ten o'clock A. for the purpose of making nomination of candidates for Senators. The-approaching election being the first one under the amended constitution, it is all important there should bo a full representation from each town. The freemen of Chittenden County are therefore respect fully urged to take immediate steps lor the appointment of delegates to represent their wishes in said convention. David French, ) Countii CI TT " oion riowARD, uom Noble Lovely, mitlec, bounty unM'KN-rroN. Jt will bo seen that our County Committee liavo cnllcil convention on mo Gih Juno to nominate Senators. "Our friends in t li...

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. — 20 May 1836

Sold Out. THE subscriber having sold to Doctor Robert Moody lits Ilardwaro and Drug establishment, takes great pleasure in expres sing to liis friends and customers his gratitude frit (he palronago ho has received at Iheir lir.ndi, and respectfully solicits thocontinu nnco of their support, to his successor, vho,ho doubts not, will conduct the establishment to their entire satisfaction. Ho would also say that ho will be ready to attend to the settlement of the Ilooks and Demands of tho lalo firm of Wood tc Abbott, and also his own books, thro1 tho whole of next wock ; aftor that lime said dcmandH will be found at tho Office of Henry Leavenworth, Esq, whore, if attended to Immediately, they may bo sottlcd without cost. '1'. !l. WUUU. Burlington, Ma; 20, 1036. 5w Notice. TX1HE subscriber, having purchased tho I .nit.n otnr.tr np Itnrtkvnro and Saddlorv nrrii Tl.ninii II. Wnnrl rformorlv Wood & Abbott solicits tho palronago of tho former customers of tho establishment, and tho publ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 May 1836

Btauliul Cnmpirisnn, The groat tivei uf the Wist, I lie Fnllicr of Walere, nail was called by the aborigine?, may bo used as tin apt personification of tlte power, t he progress of change, and eventual destiny of the American pcoplo. Rising in the fur wilderness, and tailing its firit impulse from n few trickling rills, it gallim in strength as it proceeds on its way, until, in its course of2,000 miles, it receives the contributions of those immense streams that spread out like the arms of a giant and embrace a whole continent, grasping and binding together its remote corners, nnd conveying their tribute great body, winch thus oecomcB rfriTenhPiini nnil lnviporaicu uv me oiu ui lis natural members, iv mi us puwui um accumulated, iho Mississippi moves on in lling nnjesiy of itsgrandcur.swcep- o. Btrainh'.cnin'r ond deepen- ! !.... L-.l (111 nnnll. nniif IVgwml 01 uecp anu rapiu imiuu (int(MMw, it mingles its turbid floods with the clear blue sea, and diffusoa itself, as it were, in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 May 1836

mwclt NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAR; BUT THE WELFA IlE OF ROME. BY II. Ii. STACY. FRIDAY, 31 AY 27, 1836. VOIv. IX IVo613. From the Hosion Pearl. TO eTc. W. Not when iliv bounding Itc.irt doth leap Willi joy.iind nil t liy spirits keep A jubilee of pr.iiso Not tlien wonlil I disturb ilia light That rhinen in nil (illness, bright, Upon lliy passing days ; But in the hour when sorrow's poll Upon thy cherished hopes "lull fill, And nil lliy jiyssh.ill fleo O then mlinit me to lliy. thought, And!ct my willing henrl lie mught To sympHihize with thee. Not in the glow of noin.ilda sun Not mi l die strife, 10 min's heart won, Of loil.sutne, hint'div, Dill In lha FoCicm-d ivili;lit hour. When nil cre.uion's minstrel pour Their eyeni ig coral liy Thenjivheilheriii n mellowe I heart Leiips up to meet the tears lli.U start, Unconcimu from I lie eye 0 then, in th.it tweet hour of thought. Mny I, met seldom, nor unsought, By fancy's po.ver be nigh. Not, dearest girl, when out nmonj The giddy and the he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 May 1836

V RID A Y M O R N 1 N Q. M A Y 27. KOK rilKSIDEST WM, HHIA&lISON. PUB VICT, I'ltESIOENT FKANCIS filtANCiHIt. I'DR aOVCKNOR 131 A S EC. 3 S IsT S S O IT, I.IUUT. OOVKUNOR DAVID M. CAMP, of Dei by. County Convention. A Convention of tho friends of Hakrison nnd Granger will he holtlon at tho Hotel of John A. Willey in WILLISTON, on MONDAY tho sixth clay of June next, at ten o'clock A. M. for the purpose of making nomination ol candidates lor Senators. The approaching election being tho first one under the amended constitution, it is all important there should be a full representation Irom each town The freemen of Chittenden County arc therefore respect fully urged to take immediate stops for I lie appointment of delegates to represent their wishes in said Convention. David French, ) County v Sio.v E. Howard, Noble Lovely, May 10, 183G. millec. OUR RELATIONS TO TEXAS AND SLA VERY. As wo havo InJ occasion, in reference to tlio struggle now going on in Texas, to as sume ground very di...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 May 1836

NEW GOODS. DOOLITTLE is now receiving his p. Snritiff supply or GOODS, com nrifiinrr a rrcneral nnd well selected assort ment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery SfC, which will bo sold at the lowest price May 10, 1030. f-K9 Wines, Teas, Sugars, &c. jp DOOLITTLE oilers for sale Old Madeira, Sicily do. Muscat', f WINES iuusans, Port and Champaigno Hyson, I Young Hyson, 4 Hyson Skin, TEAS. Pouchong and Souchong j Molasses, Lump and St. Corin Sugar : Lemons, Orange?, Raisins, Figa, Bar Soap Toliacco, Senurs, &e. May 10, 1835. PLASTER. 1 flf BARRELS, just receUed nnd for salo 1UU I,, 1 DOOLITTLE. Bliiy 19, 1S3G. C BALES SHEETINGS, 3 do Cotton Batts, 2 do Wickiii'r, 2 do Yarn. "Just recolved and for tale by V. DOOLITTLE. May 19, 1830. Lamp Oil. n I1IIDS. just rcceivod and for salo hy T. DOOLITTLE, May 19.183G. New and Cheap Goods, At Wholesale and Retail. CJIDNEY BARLOW, at the sign of the New Store, Pearl st. ha ,iusi receiv ed a very heavy stock of DltY GOODS GROCERIES. CROCKERY ...

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. — 27 May 1836

KISSING. If it were not I,uifu1, Tho l.iwtcrii uotild not tuo It i Ami If 'l h ere not plow, I ha clcrg would not choose it ; And If 't were not n dainty thins. Till l.iclicn would not crnve it ; And If 't wcio ii'jt plentiful, The poorghla cmiU not lmve it. Live and .Married Life The allocl'inn that lintei together man nntl wife, is a far holier nml more cmlnrinj pasinn than tho fnt hiio'i.txin nrvnnnrr lovo. Ilmav want lis niirgemisne-s--lt inn v want Us imaginative rlmr.intr r. lint it is far richer 111 holy mill trii5tinr' Ritrihnicj. Talk not to us til' the absence of lov in wedlock What I ha r.auso n tnati hascoascd to "sigh liko o fur nrn vn In lmlioVn that lilO flrO is CX' tinct? No! it byrns with n alcady and briliant flame; shedding n benign influence imnn nviiilnnnn. a million limes moro pre ciotis and delightful thantho colddrcnmsof phlldiophy. Constitutional Miganne Asv.r.narc Dutchman wan sonio I 'una ri'tni-i. indicted for bigamy. On boln bmntrht un nn tlielchargc. ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 June 1836

NOT THE OLOllY OF C M S A It HUT THE WELTAKK OF It O M E. BY JFI. B.STACY. FRIDAY, .TUNE 3, 1836. VOIU IXWo. 614. MUSINGS IN THE TEMPLE OP NATUItE. Man can tiuilil nothing worthy of his Maker : From royal Solomon's Blupendous fane, Don n to llic humble chapel uf the Quaker, All, till urc vuin ! The wondrous world wlilcli Ho liimsclf cieatcJ, Is the first temple ofci cation's Lord ! There may his worship best be celebrated, And praises poured. Its nltnr earth ; its roof, the sky untainted ; Snn, moon nnd stars, the lamps that gave it light, And clouds, by the celestial urttsta painted. Its pictures bright. Its choir, all vocal things, whose clad devotion, In one united hymn is heavenward sped, The thunder pcal,lho winds.thc deep-mouthed ocean Its organ dicad. The face of nature, its God-written Diblc, Which ull mankind may study mid explore, 'While none cau wrest, interpolate, or libel Its loving tore, c- Hence learn wc that our Maker, whoso ndcclion 'Knows no distinction sutTcrs no ...

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. — 3 June 1836

V R ID A Y M O K N I N U, J U N B 3. PEOPIsB'S TI0K2T. FOR TRKSIDEKT WM. II. HARRISON. FOR VICE PRGMUEMT FRANCIS GRANGER. ron OOVKRKOR SZ31AS B. JBNISON. r.ir.ur. GOVERNOR DAVID M. CAMP, of Derby. County Convention. A Convention of the friend: of Harrison and Granger wil be holdun at the Hotel of John A. Willev in WILL1STON on TUESDAY tho Mth day ot Juno nist., at ten o clock A M. for the purpose of making nomination of candidates for Senators. rite approaching election being Iho first one under the amended constitution, it is al important there should be a ful representation from each town The freemen of Chittenden County are therefore respect fully urged to take immediate stops for the appointment of delegates to represent their wishes in said Convention. f achievement seem sufficient to ontltlo hem to (Miifiilnnco anil admiration ; as if lio esauntiul quality in the character oftlie Chief Magistrate of a Republic was me courage to assume responsibility, aim mo operations of the E...

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. — 3 June 1836

mm "I w American Hotel, BURLIXGTOX, VT. THE subscriber would inform the public, that he lias leaned this Eslab lisliment (recently kept r bv Messrs. Cady and 1 Doolittle) fur a term of years, and has filled it up in a stylo which ho trusts will both pleasetnd accommodate those who call on him. The plca6ntnesa of its situation ; (ho spaciousness and number of its apartmonts ; end the accommodation it is calculated to afford to o large or small number of guests, arc rarely exceeded by any Establishment of the hind in tho country ; and the Pro prietor flatters himself that, bystrict atten tion to tho wants of the travelling public, tie shall be able to render its internal con duct not Ices inviting than its external ap pcaranco and local situation. IRA SHATTUCK. Burlinglon Square, May, III36. A COMPLETE Stock or Gauze Lust, rinir and Satin R.ihhnna nf nil ,aM.lll.. and comprising very rare and desirable colors. Also Plaid and plain Gro da Nap Silks. Sewing Silk. Chlnchclla. Challv &...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 June 1836

There is a bcaitlirul moral in llio following cfTu. ion fiom llio ctcr sweet muse of Mis. Siooun. .NET, Tlir.LADV.HUO AND TUG AN P. The Lady Ung sat in llio roao'i! hcait, And unilV. with pride nnd scorn. .And die saw n plain, dicfscd Anl go h, Willi a lioaiy grain orcorn, So she drew llio ciul.iins nf damask round, And ndjiislcd tier y i 11 en c?l, M:iking tier gl im oT ii drop of iIcm', That liiy in llio iosc's brc.isl. Then she laughed so loud, llmt the. Ant looli'd up, And teeing her haughty fiiec, Took no more notice, but Iratcll'd on At the f.i mo industrious pace But a sudden lil.isl of Aiituinii came, And rudely scpl llio ground, And down llio toso willi ilia Lady-Bug bcnl, Anil nc.UtcrM its Icittcs around. Then llio liousclcss Lady was much nniaz'd, For she knew not wheic to go, And hoarse November's early iil.isl, Had brought uitli it rain u nil enow, Her wings were chill'd nnd licr feet uerccold, AniUlic wished for the Aiil'if wnim cell, Anil what sho did, In the wintry e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 June 1836

NOT THE GLORY OF GSAU; BUT THE WELFARE OF HOME. BY H.B.STACY. FRIDAY, .TUNE 10, 1836. VOL. IX No. 615.. It la now and llicn only we find amidst llio mul titudinous rtiymcs in I he daily columns of our news paper) a few verses worthy of presentation. The following is from n Tennessee bard wlioso lalenled -effusions arc worthy of notice, Tlio subject is Slander (well adapted to our ge we think,) and though it contains many truisms wo cannot forego the pleasure of extracting a few stanzas and should iliey happen to suit any one's particular case who may peruse them, we hope it will prove u lastiiig benefit ; for, next to liittmptrancf Slander it the most prolific evil with which so cicty ii now troubled, Alas! that a desire to prattle. Should give extended circulation, To so much mischief-making tattle, And so much idle speculation ; And so much round-about abuse, Just for the sake of spreading news ! Man's so meddlesome an animal, As often moralibts make mention. That what concerns hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 June 1836

V II 1 D A V M O R N I N G, J U N H 10. FOt rtlESIDRNT WM. II. IIAJU1ISOX. FOR VICE PRESIDENT Fit VNCIS GKA.NG12H. ran governor QUAS II. J 3 N I G O IT, LIEUT. OOVKRNOR 1) VVID M. CAMP, uf Durl.y. County Convention. A Convention of the friends of Harrison and Granger will he liolden at the Hotel of John A. Willev in WILUSTON, on TUESDAY the 14th day of June inst., at ten o'clock A. M. for the purpose of making nomination of candidates for Senators. The approaching election being the first one under the amended constitution, it is all important there should be a full representation from each town. The freemen of Chittenden County arc therefore respect fully urged to take immediate stops for the appointment of delegates to represent their wishes in said Convention. David French, ) County Crr 17 IT V t - Noble Lovely, j miltee, May 19, 1836. POSTPONEMENT. It having been suggested by several of our friends that, as it may be quite icnonvenicnl for many of those icho would otherwise atte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 June 1836

Goods for Summer Clothing. LEMUEL CURTIS St CO. have this day received fi packages summer luffs comprising 10 pes. Mai town w stripes. SONapiicon and Ilamillnn drills, 15 Itnucn Casiimcrcs nnd stotmcnt's; crapcCamblots, Beavortccne, Frcncli rnd English Buck tklni, wliich will be eold on (ho best terms, wholesale or retail. Burlington, June 10. NOTICE WHEREAS, RIIODA my wife, has eft my bed nnd board without any ust ptovncalion this is to forbid nil per Vols harboring or trusting her nn my nc count, as I will pay no debts of lie r con trading after this dato. THOMAS YAW. Hineshurgh, May 16. 1836. 3w WOOL CAUDNNG and Cloth Dressing. THE Machines at Ilubbcll's Fulls ore now in operation for carding Rolls, and those who wish to have carding done can bo accommodated. Cloth Dressing will commoncc the first nf August. Those customers of mine who live on the south side of the river, can cross the Ferry with wool or Cloth, Toll Freo. TFAXTEDA young man acquainted with the business. JOSHUA II...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 June 1836

SYSTEM of Univorsal History In -perspective, accompanied by on AtlaB exhibiting chronology in a picture oT na tions and progressive Geography in a series of map?, dcigncd for schools and acade mics. Uy Emma Willard, Principal of the Troy Female Seminary, for sale by Smith & Haiuukgton. May 17. St. Johns Hotel & STAGE MOUSE, Continued by Mrs. WATSON. No ex ertion spared to merit n continuanco o public patronage. Bnggago carryed ti mid from the steam boats. SI. Johns, islMay, laac. Lake Champlain. 1830. THE Steam Boats on Lake Champlain will rtiti in ihn r,.llmvintr order until further notice, leaving each end of the Lako at ono o'clock, P. M. FRANKLIN, Capl. RICHARD W. SHERMAN, Will lc.no Wliiteli.ill ecry und Si. Johns emy Tuesday, Monday, Thursday Sf Wednesday S( Saturday. Friday. WINOOSKI, Capl. DAN LYON, Will Iciie Whitchnll coiy and Si. Johns eery Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Sf Thursday & Friday. Saturday. Tho Franklin is again fitted in perfect older for business and...

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