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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 10 August 1841

" ,yf'''l1' 4 Ii. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. AUGUST 10, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 14. The Peopi.e'3 Press is prinledin the lirick Building JVorlh cndof the Bridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, h'j ichom all orders for prinling Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards. $-c, of cvery description,tcill be neally and fashionabhj exccuted, al shorl nolice. TEItMS OF THE S1XTI1 VOLUME. Villajre subscribers, ....... $2,00 Alail subscribcrs, . ,00 Individuals and Cotnpanies who takc at tbc olfice, $1 ,75, orlO cents if paid in six months. oropanies on stage routes, SI,"5 or 1,50 if paid in six tnnnths. Thosc who take of Postriders, .... 5-2,00 Coinpanies and individuala ofF ihc route . 1,75 or 1.50, if paid In fir montlis. Nopaperadteontinued until arrearnjes are naid, cxccpt ct the optmn ofthe proprietor. So paymcntsto Canicrsallowed ex ccptordcrcd by the pioprieior. All communicaiiuns niust be addressed to tlie editor I'ost Paid. AGRICULTURAL. American Woor. Pboduct. To those who have paid...

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 August 1841

THE M I D DL EBURY PEOPLE'S PRESS From the Newburyport Watchtower. Shakehism. Mr. Carier,a renouncingslnker Tsited this place a few weeks since, and gae two o- three It-cturcs on fcbakerism, and sang soe iwenty sougs, danced, exposed Miller's tlieory, and did several tither things for tbe a oimeraent ofhis audience. The sliaters' creed 13 a vsry curious onr. Thcy bc lieve in oae God. and two persons in the Godhe.id male and female, or -Faiher and l.loiher called Power and Wisdom. They believe that Atlam was the Fatlier of the Old Crcalion, and Eve was the Moiher l.oth beinc creatcd alter tbe irnage of God ; and Chriu is the Father of ihe new Creaiion, and Ai.n Lee ihe .Mothe.- and that the Millenium oininenced witli the appearancc of Ann Lee on earth. . . , Thev believe in the immnrtality of aniraals, as well as of men. They say that John saw howes in the world of spirits, and recor.led m Revclntions.- They Lelieve that all the ugly anJ venomous nnimals on earth are symbo.ical uf ih...

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 August 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY PEOPLE'S PRESS. A large and respectable audience attended the commcncdmcnt cxcrcises, which were hiirhlv satisfactory. Boston Advertiser. Paine Ticket. Iu Addison County, vc . . , nr -i r.ii t doubt not, Uhartcs raine anu ausu.i xv. q conscquence r- neary two Ranney, will concentratc most of thc whig monli1Si Ths pasluros are all scorcbed, thc stren-th. Wc hope our nbolition friends, con- wells and cistcrns cmpty, thc earth baked hard tcmphting thc immense cvils of a dividcd , Tho New York papers speak of abundant . -ii v ii . i i .is m the ncighborhood on saturday hst, votc.will cordially susfaun a ticket upon wjj ha(f bU a fow dropslh mero isplaccd the namc of "Waitstill R. Kanney' Spray, as it were, ofthe distantshower. who has cvcr becn an unwavcring and consis- j tcnt advocate for the frecdom ofthe slavc . IMnois Bank Eoliery.We learn that thc Thefruitsofalongandarduous strugglc for perpetraiors ofthe extensive thcft comm.tted A , ..... 'onthe lllinois Bank havc ...

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 August 1841

' 1 . , , . THE MIDDLEBURY jOLlgg E S S . jLaStS. "3UST received a largc suppTy ot 1 ,M i a s-i-s anA HOOT TREE3, by Townc Si LASTSand Z. DEOKWITII iarch i!-'t 1841. Wool. nHfll subscribcr has commenccd t!i3 pur M chsse of wool for this season, and wi.I . iv cash, and as high priccs as his cm.nloycrs vill authonze. Julv ia. 1841. ASA CHAt'-MX- 10 "Village Hotcl. niiE ciiWrilinr has boUallt tbe linusc .,1.?;. pnlorlninment 111 tho village oi " . ... c '..lisburv. formclv occupied by Mr. Cook f'liis sta'r.d has been r.ewly fitted up, the housc nd barn rc-Dainled and repaircd, and tho f.c ,-,mmodut;ons of the establishmcnl so far ex-,,A.-J m sntisfv nll reasonablo expccta- nns of tho travellcr in a conntry tavcrn. llis J frk-r.ds are rcquestcd to call, and he trusts is expericncc and attention, nno nis ocsi ci is toadd to tho conifort of his customers, ...11 cntuiea ccncral and libernl patronage. TIIOMAS W. KEELER. "TgOOTS and S1IOES, tt Inrgo suppl 3 for saic at rctail by JOHiN WOOD J...

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 August 1841

8he II. BELLj....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. AUGUST 17, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 15. Tv TtTTO Tl TlHTi a n Ti.mwwn Orders, Resolutioxs, Laws, Public 1 KEATIES, ECT. OF THE UlflTED STATES, BY AUTIIOIUTY. The PEnrLE's Pbess is printed in the Brick Building JVbrih endof theBridge, by ' EPHItAIM MAXHAM, bywhom all ordcrs far print'mg Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards, Sfc, of every description,icill be neatly andfashwnably excculed, al short notiee. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUiME. VHIage subscribcrs, ....... $2,00 Mall subscr.bcrs, ...... . 2,00 Individuals and Comnanics who Like attbe omce, 1,75, or 1,50 cents If paid In six months. orapanieson stage routes, . . SIt"5 or 1,50 if paid in six months. Tiiose who take of I'ostriders, . . . 52 ,00 Uorapanies and Individuals off the routc . 1,75 or 1.50, if paid in six months. No papers discontimied until arreanurcs arc naid. cxcent at the option-of the proprietor. Ko paymcnts to Carricrs allowed ex- ccpioraerea iy tne piopneior. All comm...

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 August 1841

n a voung man who has abscntcd himself from ihe chy sincc the murdcr was comm.tted. N. Y. Tribune. Corresrondence ojthe N. Y. Commercial Adv. COMNEKCEMENT AT WESL.EYAN UNlVEUsrry MlDDLETOWN, Aug 4, lo41. Our be.autiful chy has been njl alivo Tor jhe lasttffo days with strangers from abroad who e b-rn'flocking in from ever "g : nttend tho commenccment of the N cslcyan , "SSay the joint boards of trustccs ad visito were in session throughout the day and bave rcsolved o add two protessorships onc of . 5S cal hislory and lhc other B.bl.cal l.t cSurT H isunderstood that for thc prcsent tl c formcr isto bo AUcd by Prefcdent Bangs, and hc lattcr by Profcssor W llct. 1 hc mc.p fcrt stcn arc also takco fbr a law school. ta tnlghtthcRov.J. N . Maffit, profcssor ofbeHcsleltcrs in Charles Collcge. .Viwnun, tJ.livercd m oration of surpass.ng e'oquenco and power, to a crowded audienco in the Meth odist Episcopal Church. This morning at 9 o'clock. tho procession was formed infrontof the rollege bu...

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 August 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY PEOPLE'S PfiESS havo assurcd us, a slight cxplosion was heurd. i The demijohns had probably burst with tlie hcat and Iheir milamable contcnts, taking tire in stantly, communicaled to cvnry part ofthe boat, which having bcen freshly varnishcd caught as if it had been gunpowder. Not apaper noran article of any kind was saved. Ofcourse it is impoisible to give a complete list of thoso on board. Ofcabin pas sengcrs ftipt Titds thinks tbere were between 20 and 40, of whom 10 or 12 woro Iadics. In thesteerage wercabout 140 passengers; near lyall ofwhom were Swiss and German immi prants. Tliey woro mostly in families with the uscful proportion of men, women and chil drcn. The hcart bleeds at the thought. PEOPLE'S PRESS. Tucsday Morning, Aug. 17, 1841. WHIQ MOMIHATIOMS, FOR GOVERNOR, CHAilLES PA1NE, or xouTiinr.L , FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. WAITSTILL R. RANNEY, Of WINDHAM, FOR TREASURER, JOIIiY SPAULDING, Or OXTPELIER SENATORS, Addkos Coi:stt. ELIAS BOTTOM, DORA8TUS WOOSTER, ISAAC...

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 August 1841

NAVY BEEF AND PORK FOR 1842. Navyom'rs Office, June 15, 1841. SEALED OFFERS, endorsed "Oflers for Beef," or "Oflers for Pork, as the case maybe,will bo received at this ofiice umil 3 o'clock P. M- ofthe 20th July next.fcr furnishing and delivering, frce of all cosl and charge to tho United States 3 000 barreb of Navy Beef. and 3 000 bar rels of Navy Pork ; cach barrel to conta.n t vo hundred pounds, nett wcight, of Beefor Pork. To be delivercd as follows, viz. 1,200 barrels of ihe Beef at tho Navy Yard. Charlestown, assachusctls. 800 do do Brooklyn, N. Y. 1,000 do do Gosport, Virginia. 1,000 do Pork Char estown Mass. 1,000 do do Brooklyn, N. Y. 1,000 do do Gosport, Virginia. All thosaid Beef and Pork to be delivercd between tbe 5th day of Aprii and the IBlh day of Juno 1842 unless earlier deliveries should be authorized by the Navy Commissioners. The Beef must be packed trom well-fattened caltle, weighing not less than five hundred pounds nett wcight each. The legs and leg ronds of ...

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 August 1841

People H. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. AUGUST 24, 1841. VOLUME VL NUMBER. 1G. I?f THI3 lWrEK A11E PTJBLISHED TDE PpBLIC OnDEHS, REsottmoss, Laws, Public Treatie9, Ect. or the United States, BV ADTnOHITT. The Pc p:.b,s Pkkjs prinled in tlie Briek Building JVorth endof thc Bridze ly EPHRAIM MAXHAM. by ichom all orders for prinling Dooks, Pamphlels, BilU. Cardf. -c, ofcvery descrip!icn,tcUIbe neally andfiishionMy exeeuted, at shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLU.UE. ViltoiP suhscribfr, ...- iniltibcrilicrs, . " Iiuliviilu.nl- nnJ Crnnpanies wlm tke atthe otsce, or 1.S0 cciii' If paid in sU moirths. ciiij,nni( nli sraze roul, ..r I rl) if pnid iu six ninnlhs. T!i'sJivrirlakor Pmlritl ts, ... :cmi:n-,ic an.l InJiviJua' ff tlie route $3.00 8.00 81,75, $1,75 SJ.oa nr l M. ir jralil m tii ninnuis. No pi;n-r-. il'Hoiniiiiiml nniil nrimuazr's arc p.nd, excent at tne nrtioii nf ihe pmirirtor. Nn payiaeuts tu Carners allowed cx- rrptordcrcd I,v llw pioprieinr. All cnniiirjui...

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 August 1841

( THE MIDDLEBURY P E O P L E ' S PR ESS '. 'venty oss, ineluding the cabtain antl matc, .513 not known. Tnc account was written ) t!3 surgeon antl is conv.nunicatcd by L". S. couaul at St. Ilelcna. Cam. Adv. TIa BURNING OF THE KR1E. vo find in the Frce Circulaling Advartiser, c"itlcf.cm a survivor of lbo lerriblo disuster 1 1 Lako Erie, fiom which we mako Ihc fullow isg o.TlracU : At abnnt 8 o'clock I was sitting in tho sa Jkoii, Parmi'rleo, the harkceper, hadjustmade fii a p-j.-.ch, nnd wc wcre playing a rubbcr of .i:si, hen al! at or.rc, we heard a slight cx- I iosmn, a hising sound, and a cry of '- .,)! r.cciden'.s havc occurred, and I liad lchoo'.ed mysclf to the thought of such an r.fiJfnt, thatl was comparativcly cool and w f posc3sed. ! sprung to the door, fuli'owed !-v l'armcrlcc, and wo wcre mct by a msss of . rching flame. I rushcd forward. Ue fol w.ved. but no moro. Ofthe dozon or fiftcen I I tho salcon at lliat moment, not anoihor sur tivc. In a second nll tbnt part of t...

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 August 1841

T H E 'I DDLEBURY PEOPL E 'S P R E S S7 eourco of most of the efils which this momcnt brood over this prostratc nation. For tcn days past this wholo republic of freemen from Mainc to Georgia, has trembled at the nod of asingleman. Tho conslitution must be o beyed. But would to Ileavcn, that tho clauso which coavcrts a president into a dcspot wcre eraced from that otherwise glorious specimen of human wisdom. But we do hope that, passing by this extraordinary course of Pres ident Tylcr, congrcss will continuc unremitted in their cndcavors to carry out the other grcat measures for the public good which arc now in progress. Ordcr may at length be brought out of tho anachy, suspenso and discourage mont which for the moment must prevail at the capitol. It is hoped that the Rcvenue Distri bution and Bankrupt bills mayj'ct bo passed, and be sanctioncd by the cxccutive branch of the governmcnt. The anticipaled cvils of the veto may be avoided by the wisdom tcm perance and persovcring patriot...

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. — 24 August 1841

THE MIDDLEBURY P E O P L E ' SPRE S Sl. N VY BEEF AND PORK FOR 1842. Navyom'T OJJice, June 15, 1841. ELED OFFER3, cndorscd "OUers b for Bccf," or "Oflcrs for Poik," o thc ,-,se nmv be, wiil bo rcccive.I at this ofitco j'niil 3 o'clock P. M- of Ihe 20lh July nrat.frr "j'raiJing and delivcrinff, frco of all cost aud ciirrc to tho Unitcd States 3 ooP harrol of Navy Deef. and 3 600 bar rel of Navv Pork ; cach barrel to contain two i un.lred pound?, nett weight, of Bccf or 1 ork. To bc delivered as follow... vtz. i"00 hirrcIsofiheBeefat tho Navy Yard. Ciisr'cstown, assacJmsctts. BrookWn, N. Y. SCO ! 000 1 S00 l,.i00 1,000 rio do do do do Pork do do fn do Gosport, Vircinia. Charlcstowii Mnss. Brooklvn, N. Y. Gosport, Virginia. Allthesaid ueet ann ror w uc uuncrcu Wtween the 5ih day of April and tl.e 13th day -,f Junn 1312 unless carlicr delivcrtes should bo 'tthorizcd by the Navy Ccmirnissioners. . " Bc cf must bo packed Irom well-fattcnrd Tr.o u:nr- not less than fivc hundred csttlc, woi...

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 August 1841

H. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. AUGUST 31, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 17. Ijf THIS rAPEK AUE FUDLISHED TIIE PrjBLIC OttMES, ItESOLTmONS, Laws, Public Teeaties, Ect. of tiie United States, by autiiokity. The People's Press is printedin the Briek Building JVbrth eadof IheBridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by whom all orders fr prinling Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards, fyc, of every description,eill be neaily andfashiondbly execuled, at short nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Vlltagc subseribcrs Mail subicribers, ...... Individuals and Companics who take al the office, or 1,50 cenu if paid in sll months. orapanles on stage routes, .... or 1,50 lf paid in six months. Those who take of rostrlden, ... Corapaniea and individuals off tlic touta or 1.50. if rald in six months. $3,00 5,00 51,75, 51,75 52,00 1,75 NopaperadiscontinuedunUlarrearageaarcpald, except at the opuon m uic proprietor. ao payracms to lamers aiiowed ex. centordered by the nronrklor. All coramiinicaUons mustbe add...

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. — 31 August 1841

from tho present generation any part of ibc Echool rund, for tha purposo oi oeneiming succeeding cenorations. Our successors will unquestionablybe as able to takc caro of tbom aelves, as wo aro to take care of- ourselves ; al anv rate thcv oucht to be. It wil not be our auu .fihsy stro not, if wo do our duty to ihe childrcn of our own generation. Anain rr.nst we remind our readers that these locofocos, whocomplain of ihe state debt, pro- pose no ntcans of paying it. " c suppose tney rntisl call for an addition to thc direct laxcs. That is what llicir Icaders proposod in 1S39. nnd what the locofocos votcd for. That islhe wav their lcadeis now ta!k of raisinc tho revo- nue ofthe Nation. Lct the peoplo tliink, if tbey please, of the expediency ol wcrcasea lasation. Loco-Foco Rejoicixo. The cditor of thc Providenco Journal thus reasons on the subject of the Loco-Foco rejoi cingsat the dcfcatof thc National Bank Bill: "These atf crapts at rejoicing which arc rnade at Washington, and all ...

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 August 1841

by these niodern admirers of thrones and dia dems, This is what might havo besn expect ed from thoso who for years havo been wcdded to Executivo dictation, and who havc raeanly endeavored lo shield themselves from thc exe cration oftrue hearted republicans, by cryins out old federrlism, against thelr opponcnts. Evcry cxcrciso of arbitrary power, even in a whig, fil's "e'r hearts with extacics of joy. They denounce the old federalists who framed thc Constitution, as monarchists, ond in the same breath laud to the skics tho cxercise of the only kingly prerogative to be found in that instrumont. Stand up, you wretched pretend- ers to democracy before tho Aroerican pcoplo, and again cry 1 Velo, Veto,' nnd they wiil brand upon your forebeads, hypocnsy, traitors 0f timo in its present improvcd condition. to liberly. ! Should, however, the indications bo such as to Nothing but this nntircpublican veto oft.show that the public deem our cfibrts no longer President Tyler, could have drawn out...

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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. — 31 August 1841

FOR TIIC CUKE OP OOUGHS, COLDS &. COiNSUMPTlONS. SEARS' CENUICS VECVn'ABLE PDLMONARY BALSAMIC SYRUT nr uvEnwonT. MORE ihan 75,000 bottles of this very val uablc medicine have bcen sold, (principally sn ihe State otMa:ne, ) since it was first oflered 10 the public by ihe otiginal inventorand proprie l&r, a few years since. It is unduubtedly supcrior to any other article uilered to tlie public ; as il seldora faib in giving re ief wlicre it is laken in due season. Aliiiouli the superior virtues ol" this niedicine - re weil ktiown.and its qualites highly approved etile following certificates are added for tie -.ilisfacliou of anv who raav be afllicted with ihoc diseases for which it is dcsigned. everal ollicrs raay be seen on ihe bill ol dircctions ac- cnsi'panying eacli liottle. Eac!i genuine boltle is inclosed in a blue wrapper on whicli is ared labei signed by T, B. MEIIKICK, or 5. IAGE. Price 1 nrnls hit hnltle. Fcr sale bv tlie ?ross. dozen. r sinaltf bottle, by S. PAGE, H...

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. — 7 September 1841

II. J3ELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. SEPTEMBER 7, 1811. VOLUME VlyNUMBER 18. IX TIIIS TAl tR AT.T. I rilUSHED TIIK PuBLI C Ordeks, Rksolutioxs, Laws, Pcjils c Treaties, Ect. or tiic Uxited States, 11Y AUTHOHITY. The People's Phf.ss is prinled in the Brkk ... ,.; .1 ' j EPHKAIM MAXHAM, Ji irAoiu aZi ordcrs for prinling Books, Pamphlcls, Dills. Cards, -c, of eccrij descriplion,mll be ncally and fashionubly excculcd, al shorl nolice. TER.MS OF THE SIXTH VOLUA1E. Yil!aC subscribcrs, Mailmtcribers IndividuaU and Cotnpanics wlio lake at llic officc, or J,50 cent K paU in six niomlis. ompanics on stagc rouiw, . . or 3,50 Ifpaid in six montlis. Tliosu tvlio takn of PotrIders, Companfts and fndlvtdua! on the routc or 1.50, if naid insix niontlis. $2,00 52,00 1 ,75 NopajKrs discoitliiiuetl untilarrcarao? arr pnid, cxccnt at tiic option of Uie proprietor. No paymcnlstu Carricrsallowcd cx. ccptordcrctl by the piopriclor. All communicalioiis mustbc addrcsecd to Uie cditor Post Pa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 7 September 1841

thiscounlry her grealcst manufacturing as' well as cotnmercial rival for tho doublc pur pose of gelting some value for thesc surplusses nnd proslraling our mar.ufactures, in tho hoptr of rc-establishing their monopoly here. Du. ring mo3t of tho time, for the last twenty five yeurs, the jupply has oxcccded iho demand, and. us a nccessary consequcnce, our duties have borne on tho foreign manufacturers. A largo proportiou of lliose duties had been de ducted from the price abroad. He believed it wouid bt- found that a duty of fifty per cent. had ncver raised the prico to the consumcr to the amount of twenty per cent. In his opinion, rbreign manufacturers had paid more than one Ualf of our war dubt, and now contributed lar-rclv to our tevenue. The grcat ndvautatfe of duties over nll othcr modes of taxation was, u,, r,.mmnir vvprrt rnmnclled to pay a share. nnd a'Jarge shorc, of thcm.by reducing their ...., withflmw nnr mnnufactures from our J1IUC3 - markct. there wouid ihen be no surplus...

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. — 7 September 1841

uot deceivcd by thc basa atnl wickcd at tcmpt to mislea'd Ihem. Nor will they bc now. Whigs ! be prepared for any report. howevcr foolish or incrediblc, or wicked lf you arc, you will not bo likely lo be dis appointed. Too late for conlradiction, they will bc put into circulation with the hope of mislcading thc lionest and unsus pecting. Again we say, be prepared for anytliinir. Forcwarned, bo forearmcd. rrTIt has bccn rcported in this scction tliat thc locos had put Smilie and Bank Rcform Juiuor, in nomination for Govcrn or. Wc Icarn, howevcr, from the Edilor of xhe Lamoille Wlng, who lives in thc neighborhood of tlic Smilics, tthat thc ru- - .i- i-.i " .i t r v.vcu, uuu . ...ui uie grucery, u.e ,c.u o. the "p.nt cuP,' whom ihe pcop c put down two ycars ago, has aga.n ralhed for auothcr .1..: u.u. armor, you have gol ti.e satne " old cnllei' i to vote down. blalc lianncv. TIIE MOIIAL CIIA11ACTER OF P01 TMTVF l Sonie wecks sincc our neighbor of thc ject on which there is much difFur...

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. — 7 September 1841

CLOTII DRESS1NG. HjTJHI? subscribor tukcs tliis mctliod lo in h form tlio public gcncrally, lliat lie h.is i oiinncr.ccd the abovc busines at tlio old cstnb imhincnt licrctoforo occupicd by Q. C. Rich, .iinl olhcrs, Shoreham, whcre bo is solicilous to i.i.tain busincss in bis linc, and will cxccuto all rdcrs intruatod to his caro wilh neatncss and despalch. His practiea) expericncc is such that ho fucls safe tn assuring tlio puWic tliat he uill give the bot satisfaction to all who may 'utrust busincss to-his care. 17tf ALPIIONSOKILUORN. Shoreham, Rich's Mills,) Aug. 25, 181K IiORATIO SEYMOUR ) Addison County vs. Court, Junc Ilontcc II. Houghton. ) Tcrm, 18-11. Al thu tcrm of tbc County Court hcld al Middlebury, in and for tho County of Addison, n the sccond Tucsday of Dcccmbcr 1831, rainc Iloralio Scymour of said Middlebury, in his own pcrson, and brotight inlo court licrc bis ccrlain writ and dcclaration against Hor acc II. Houghton, Iatc of Castleton, in thc county of Rutland, cth...

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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