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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 March 1838

NOT THE GLORY OF Ci!SAlt IJ U T T II K W K t F A HI' O F II O M 15. B. STACY. FRIDAY, MAitKCH 0, 183S. VOIi. XI No. 559 BY II. From Yankee Notion?, lately publitlicd by Otis, Iko.iJers & Co. lIOnAClWN 1IOSTON. "lUrrY tlic the man, escaped fioin lovvn, Who sits i" mnil tnuReiy ilowii, Ami lakes to nilmalion. Thus Daniel licniiiit pundiTing said, And fli.xik his calinlating head In lonely cogitation. "Oh ! would il vc.rc my only care A turnip puic h mi core mimic; A roin-ficld ?oim:w lut u icier ; Ten tiec. that rosy apples brimi, The lame fur dnmpliiijs jnM tho thing; The smaller crabs for cider. ."My eje! but Jtis rIoHhiis dieamj A flock (if sheep J a four-ox team; I'll for domestic labor?; A Hjlield pi? ! a innii;icl goose; A dapple tired for piivaie ii-u ;-- A dnnke for my wighbois". "Wiihin inv whitewashed garden wall I'll i car me UilHien "leeni of all Choire in del and coniliiiom. line pumpkins -luM hedcrk llie ground; Tlicie mihly r.thbage lie.uU, ns sound As in my a polit...

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. — 9 March 1838

Kill I) A V MCI UN I N (1, M A II Oil 0 Tlio Canada, like Florida usir, ap pears l lie nl n'1 ;m'' 'l''10 ,n"v'' incut to which wn alluded Inst weed: wecim tn have cotnu to a very su oily, nuil nil imit ogrou a very wise, terminal mil. Tim fol lowing statement embodies tbe ficts sub atontially as wo understand llicm. "On ilia 29di of Koli. ilicy I'lilriril Canada, nnd undo Sir. oils' li'.ii'f. i" 1'nMiw ll's manor, lliuir in.iil qnai'lcis, pidih-hcd their ilccl.ii.ilimi mid liroci.iiii.tt ion, nnd in iilu airaiu-pnii'iiis In m.n t li Imwods iho .Mi"iMm' Hiiv. l'.vi'ry pxeiii'in li.nl been in nlc f v ii'ii. Wool, mul ilm-e ulii iicimI wllli him tct picxfMil llio iliffi'ieni pal li's "I pin ! nl, wlm whip tm iheir iinn'h Injun lln'if hinid' in Canada, I.MiiiiP.icliiii lb' ii c.iiiip. Tlipir m in ini'l nintininilinn lull Iipi'ii Pi'-"' "'"I detained '') llm iiiilili.1.111 dilli'iPiil pli(V. so ill il they li.nl not Ion rounds. nl'lN'd niir.iintil'liin In n iti-ni ; their Rlipplicsoi' p...

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. — 9 March 1838

It E1M.Y lo Doctor (). 11. Sttxton's (hanks for liberal patronage and Diplomic. Jkutistry. I WOULD not woary tlio patience of tlioso that arc acquainted with tlio DOCTOR, or drive wore useful matters from tlio column of tlio newspaper, if it were not for tlioso that tip' wholly unacquainted with the man. As it re spects uork.hc bus made no ,cply to my notice to the public i and furthermore it was not my niton tion to injurothc DOCTOR, or to givo myself more "currency in the Dentist business;" but from earnest solicitations from those who have been imposed upon, 1st I will take, the DOC TOR on his own ground. As to tho lenctli of lime he Ins been in practice, I tun until uly tin Acquainted : but us to Ms summers practice in l'hila.lolpl.in, to tho best of my knowledge lie left this place about ornftcr the 21st of March, and returned sometime before the I mil ol June, 18I1G, which including to mid from, would on. lyniakc about 10 weeks. I would refer tho reader to the DOCTOR'S own ass...

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. — 9 March 1838

ILBriVi:flttffMtlT3 , Ctiiithiuul Jfum first page. folonir, tliiit tlio inensiiio oftymnny lins filled lo ovci llownijr. Wo tmeetisitioly, hut in vain, have rttloiiiptcil to brullo had yovertiinoiit, icciud hiid liuvy, enact such ns would cause our institution to emerge Cioni (ho mire of ancient vassal lage and rise to the level of those which cl.aracterisi; the recent government of the 10th century. Wo now are compelled, hv the loico of tvranny and contrary to our sentiments, to appeal to the force of aims in order that wo may acquire and secure to us such rights as are duo to n dcseiviiig and fiee people , nor shall we lay those arms down, until wo miuii Have secured to our country the blessings of a patiiotic and sympathising government. To all such persons as aid us, in these our patriotic exertion", vi: extend the hand of fraternity and fellowship. And to such as shall persist in the blind, head- long, tilundeniiL', saniMimarv, and lticen diarv course, that has, to our sorrow, ...

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. — 16 March 1838

3 N () T T II I'. II Ij O 11 V O F C A'. A 15 : P. U T T II U W E I, ' A UK U I' It () ill H. BY 51.' B. STACY. FRH11UAY, MAHftCOT 1G, IS3S. VOIL. XI--No. C60 We pnliliidicd Fiiiiiciimc kmico ftnni llie Cln i"li.in I(ci.iei-, ii teller i'ioiii n otini " I'l' "' 'l ninni ling fur infni million ipfpeelins her ah-rnl fuller. It vvim nreonipaiiieil liv fine ii'iniiilis finm the '. I lor of 1 h.il p.iivi- in Mliirli lie -it u f- ( cm I ihat llie ciroiiii'taiMes would nll'iiril sm iiilnunihle lliemi' fur Rli. iSijdiu iify'f Httcri inne. Tli.u pin!sciif)ii Ii ma been 1 niiiinnnirated I" In.'!', flu' itninrdialelv compiled nnil llii' fiillim in;r licuilifn t Miui..i, full ofewiclnc." nnil pallios, uric f cut lu th.it paper for publication Mutton Ado. TIIECIIIIJ) IN SKAUCII or nt:n FATHER. TIipv sav I was Inn fniir p.ith old VAIipii fnilicr went awnv. Yet I have neicr seen his fare Sini't' lli-tl sail pan in:.' day. Iln went vvhne Inishiei liim Era grow, Dl'llCillll Vin-illill'd Met. Dear te...

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. — 16 March 1838

ANTI-SLAVHKY SOCIETY. I loinwn. mid circuloto the permanent quor-1 lotly sub'oripliuns, pnvnblu to the county Agreeably In public nnliro. n ninuhor nfl Tn n-uror. in order lo got fiiml to carry I'or.wiid Ibis cniise: nnd it shall be t hr duly of tin' said executive Cninuntlco lo hove a ii- ,i-r fill appointed to colled tin fnii) fiittiTH in they become diii! tin tho perma neni subscriptions. A'lor Iho adoption of llio conMiliilinn ns above given, n corn mil t lo Appointed fur llic purpose, presented llio following resolution!?, which, n I'l o r oinpiA discussion, wof o adopted. Jlcsalvcd, I lint, in llio opinion of ibis Convent inn, Sin very is tin.' great tin of I hip tint ion; nnd unless the iniquitous system ho abolished wo hove reason to believe Hint mighty judgment will visit us in the shape of in-itrruciion nnd blood Resolved, In the opinion of Ihn conven linn thnt unless rlavnry bo abolished by law nnd though t tin Corinth ul ion it? con tinnnnce. will overthrow our laws, vio...

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

SELLING. OFF. 1") I'M'I HDLKALD, being iluHiroiiH ofnlo , sini! his litifiiio in tins plnrn hereby informs "H... piilili-." " '"r v nnnils EI.IlY .MILITARY and F.hC GOODS, will he sold M Jj' 'h. TIiopo indnlilcit as above are remin ded thai Uncm: Sam hum have his mill on tliu I jl ((',' April, and Hon i nut me nuwyvra, Mtirrii in. in- iv i 1 1 Wttcksmith's, Kdgc-Tool Ma kers and Whcclriglits, Attend! rinilF. subscriber ofTwM for silo low, mid J, with along o.V ''ay. ' required, a two Btorv Triphammer Simp, with water-power stlltieicnl for all extensive business. A mi. .. two story I Ioii -o mid hvn acres iff land, nil situnlod in iho centre of Warr Washington Co. Voriin.nl. Tho location H 2'""'. "';. and an enterprising man could hardly liul ol success. For further pari icuhirs apply to tin. subscriber. Hi Iho Ship Yard. Shiilbnrn Point. March I, 1338. LUCIUS LAU'TON. B71 V KltY Packet sold in Vermont of t Ho fjr.N'IMiNT. Mori-on's PUK or Mygoaii Vcclnblo Universal Medicine made al ...

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. — 16 March 1838

RON, NAILS, (J LASS, &c. . r 1 - - 'JV ns Fegii-li 1 roil a-so'ted n."s, 5 (In n'll dll now snide Rlltsin lln. IJ do Swedes ..'0 do Round do ns-'nrted MZ"S frniii In 3 iiicli'i 6 tin Hand (In do 1 to 0 infill, fi do Square mid do i lo 2 ilo. 0 do Shoo Sim tie-. Cast, G-rmmi, Swedes, and J r 1 11 tr Steel. Rowlands best Gorman Steel II Sau- I In.- i C- Cast mill Gounnii ul iM lit Saws, Steel (itnlril, rind oast 'li and cutter Shoes, en-t u ml iv rnnjrlit spun A r in---. Anvili & Vice waggon xos Crowbars Shovels nml Spades w mid hatter CIuiiiih- Fhuirrlia nnd ngh Ca-lino Improved bark MlUs, ill Crank. &c. &c. 1500 kegs, iV'il.-, of all P'Zi'it from lid. to 0 tnr' spike, nf 1 hi' I'eru Iron Co. Mn tuil.tci n 1 1'. 500 lio.w?, Clmniplain, Peru & .lericu CliUS. ' 'Pflli'liV Ftil.l.r.TT A llium.r.irt. I)oe 0.' I!iri7 Chi' heirs Serins .j, llcnch do Mill do Standing Prc.s do itifaciiiied liy ".. !z T. Fairbanks & Co. i'V sale by ,1..c J. fi. PT'CK rn.-.'gii.t. (fiVf...

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

NOT T II H ! 1-OltV OF O, US A It J HUT T II U WliLf AUK op II O M V,, BY 51. 13. STACY. F&SOJAY, MAIftCiff 23, JLS3S. VOL, XI No. 561 3111. CIiAY, on tiik sun tiii:a!0kv ini.r.. On iIib 19, li nil. Air. Cl.iy iidiliesseil llic Senaln nt gru.U length in nppos il ion lu ilia liill. Our limits do not allow iu In giie il fill ire j wo tlicie I'oro li,tn fcleclcil lli.it portion of il intended In illiislinlc the pr.icl ic.il effects (if die tncismcs upon llic people mid llio inslimlinns of the coiniliy. Tim following nre his pioposilinna : lt, That it win llio deliberate ptnpofc stud fixed (lc.ijn of tlio lain Administration to establish n (Joicinmciil li.ink n I'lcisiiiy hank to bo ml ininhicicd and controlled by l lie Uscciithe Oepait tnent. 2 I. Tlul, with that view, nnd to tint end, it was its aim and intention to overlliiow the whole banking p?tein, a esisting in tlio United Stales when that Administi ation came into power, begin niliT with the Hank of tlio United Stales, nlnl ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 March 1838

emtio, and 1 trust is not distont, when ne will of Iho People min prevail in the councils r their own G.vcriime..t ; n.d when it docs arrive a bank will bo ctdub- ,WTho Senator from Smith (3arol.no re minds iMlhat wo deiiouucuil Hits pet brink syslcm : and so wj did. anil so wo do. mil tines it thoreloro follow lliat, bad as thai nystom was. wo miKl be driven inlo III" n,.romnn.!n of n svsiem infinitely worse? lit', tclln us Hint llio liill.iiiiderciiiitiileraiiiin lakes lb" public hinds nut ol Hie nanus ui tho Executive, and places llicni in ibe hands of the law. It doos no such thing. Thuy nro now without law, it is true, in tho custody of Iho Executive; and the bill proposes bv law to confirm I hem in thai cuslody, ninl to convey new and enormous powers of control to iho Executive over t limn. Kverv eo inilnrv of I he public funds provided by the bill is'a crenturo of the KxeeniivQ. douondent niion his brent h, and subject lo tho same breath for removal, whenever the Executive, f...

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. — 23 March 1838

Particular Notice. TUB American born citizens of tho town of Burlington nrc requested to meet nt Parkliust's llolil in tlio cost pnrl of this town nn the second day nl April next in pursuance nfn nicctinjj hold nt that place on the 10th dny of March inst. for I he purple of promoting the interest of I lie Farmer llm Mechanic nnd Laborer of this town. Alt who feel nn interest in this blessed cause will not fail to nltend. Burlington. March 2l, 1 SPillNG BONNETS. 4 CASK Finn English Straw Bonnets, just -- rnxnifi.1 mil l.ir M II tV fjATItnOP & I'otwiv SUING LLCS. er Off Shingles, n first rale article, 3U.UU" fur snip clirnp by Mntf GO. S. WALK BR & CO. Perfumery &x. SOAPS, PERFUMERY, HAIR. OILS, Pomatum. Hair Powders, Cosmetics. Rouge, Court PlaUler. Preston Salts Sails of Roses, Carmini, Hair, Tooth, Nail nnd other Brushes, Fine and coarse Combs, Janancso Lotion for removing freckles. pimples nnd eruptions ol the skin; Milk of Roscti. Cosmetic cold Cream. Balm of Columbia...

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. — 23 March 1838

Hi X hi VI IKON, NAILS, (jIliASS, &c. 10 'u, KMnli.l, Iron .vanned siv.es. r, ;! 20 fj 5 i!o old it new Fiililu Kii-siii iu do Swedes! do. , do Round ilo astotlod tr.es from In 3 iueho.-. , li.md do tlo I to 0 moil, ilo Squti'o iitul do J to 2 do. tin Slum Shape. Cnsi. Kni'ltsh. (iiTiimn. Swedes', nnd Spring Steel, Itowtn mis heit Gorman Stool iMi.I Saws, 1 1 oo i Co Cast mill Genuaii Steel Mill Haws, Steel plated, mid rust t-lcgh and cutler Shoe?, fast mid wrought wiie;nn AriiH. Anvi'a i'l Vices waggon 5 iv.-i Grow tnrs Shovels nml Sp'iihs rat'" tinil halter J lm 1 us 1 Ii n li r nnd 1 1 !r!i Callings Improved bail! Mills, mill Cranks. &o, ito. J500 kegs NniV, of n'l r'w from 3d. to () inch spike, ol lliu Peru Iron Co. Manufacture. 500 boxen, (Jlimnplain, Porn t Joricn Glass. for .sale by Fou.rrr it 15n.ii.tns. D.'C, 0. I 0J7. SOKiSWS. 1 In'hoirs Screws, Hunch do Mill do St:imlinir Press do Mauufaciurcd by K. & T. Fnltliank & Co. For sale by J.fe .1. If. I'l'.CK SzC...

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. — 30 March 1838

NOT THE OI.ORY O P C JF. S A R ; II IT T T If U W K I. F A UK OF HO 31 K. BY II. Ji. STACY. LINES ON AN OLD GENTLEMAN. BY 0. W. HOLMES. I taw liini once before; Ab lie passed by the door, Anil innin, The pavement xinnrs rosonod As be loiters o'er llic ground With li 13 c.tne. Tlicy say tbnt In bis prime, Ere lite pruning knife of Timo Cm liini dmvn, Not n hotter m;m was found By llie crier on his round Through llie town, But now bo walks the streets, And looks nt nil be meets, So forlorn ; And be ebnkes hi frcblo head, That il seems us if be said, "They aio gone !" The mossy marbles rest On llie lips lliat be press'd In tbeir bloom : And llie n.unes lie loved to bear Iiuc been carv'd for many u jcar On bis tomb, Mv grand-matnma has said (I'ooi1 old lady, she is dead Loini ajo) That be h id u Roman nose, And bis cheek was like a ruse, In the snow. But now bis nose is thin, And it tests upon his chin Liken staff; And a nook is in bis back, And a melancholy crack In bis laugh. 1 know i...

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. — 30 March 1838

S O N fJ. Jimrci' o. nm! pmW; n, Ac popular Song bi the tdi'or of the Edinburgh, Pit, Moun taineer. 11 V J UIHS Joll.lS. Ilitiil times, h.inl lime, i now tho cry, The i-mimi-i's in roiilnlmi, Tha dinks Ii hp ftpl i lf'll li-ll jmi why, Till' Cl(ll'i ll dl'IlHWIII Tn gho ih ir.i-h. iiinl keep ill'! c:isii, 'I'rjin licii'nii mill V.iii Uiiii'ii II.ivp imildlniik I'V mini nml riouk Their places In I. i'i mtc nimtius. Then to Hie. pdt, ye no'ile tculi, Tim' knacei may rryfor quit ters, Let Jackson know, Van lluan too, IVc'll stuiulfasl by our dun tcrs, The ciirpornlimi, wlm mo fljIM Tlif I. mi ii'liiiiiii'ii.ilioii, Tow ml lliiii en I h.ue ln;M nml lolIM, Ami ii'idi hinhttipt llu n.i'ion. 'J'hi" -my ili'i'imiiii ,nfe in hoik Wlmh Uncle Sam h.ul chaitcrM, 01 Illti knu li nl l.ik mi mil, And in Ii ii pel- Ii nl qnaiicr M. A I'mi'iiiA Oiil r lie iiiPil,j An iinli'i li.nil nnd Ii it'll, Tli, il lliev ulm lioiinlil iii pnhlie. Ian I ' tittti t t pn in iiuii;lil I mi 1 r uli, fir; This o llll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 March 1838

HILJIUMMM XI. Ill lirBWWBWW MM tcrpoailiun could savo them. In tlua cx trcmity, tho customary scenes nl dread and despair wcro exhibited, as (kvcrihod in n thousand similar instances; but when lb') question war. put, '-where are the Life.Prc servers" nnd when in answer it was found that thcro were batcly twelve of them on board, the struggle which ensued for po session of this slender chance for life, if described as awful and appalling, Men Btrovo with all the energy of desperation; In and brute force struggling Hr tho prntuc lion of self, regardless of ovary cnnsidcra. tion but success in what was fancied to bo a f'gat for lifc presented a sccno of sur passing horror. Those who witnessed that contest, and were cool enough for nbscr vation, will, it is said, never forgot it. Albany paper. Considerable sensation has prevailed in this vicinity for several days past in conso. qticncc of the commission of a rape of nn aggravated characlor. in the town of Peru, on Saturday evening last....

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. — 30 March 1838

RFITCGF.UALD, being desirous nfclo. . sinirliln busino-is in thii pl.ifo lmroliy inrirms''tlin public," Hint Ills stnr.lt of JEW ELRY, MILITARY and FAStUY GOODS, will be sold in a manner "To rLEASUTim Pno. TLK ! ! N. R. Tlioso indnblcd aiabovo nrn roniiti" tied that Uaci.b Sam ;iij liavo his rent on the 1st day of April, und donU like, the Lnirycrs. March 7, 1SJ8. It. I'itzomiaM). Charles P. Dcming's Estate STATU OF FERMOoYT, ) DlfTIUCT 1)1' UlllTTIlMUN. P8. S The Honorable tho Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, to all person concerned in the Estate of Charles F. Dcming late or Burlington i). said Ms hid, deceased, GREETING. WIIERMAS, Carlos liu.Ucr. ntltninia Irator of the Estate of said deceased proposes to render nn account ol his administration, ami prcfcnt his account ngninst said estate for examination and allowance ot a set'sion of tlio Court of Pro., hale, to be holden at I ho Ileg. star's office in Uurlington on the 31st day of March, in.M. TiiKnr.ronn, Yon arc h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 April 1838

NOT THE GLORY OP CAS A u; U T T JII K WE1FA KK O 1' U O M E. BY II. B. STACY. From ilio.Atiiciican Monthly aingaainc: Scenes in the Lirr. or Joanna op Sicily. THE EXSCflJTIOjSI. "And nnw my wnnmii heart is elected S Cull fonli the lirntwl of iho brine, Your rciipers ol Hie crlmnn field, To whom the battle yell i brraih, To look upnii n woman's dc.tth.'T Cleopatra Am. Mon. Mag. Tt was nlrcaily night though the sum mits of the distant Appcnincs yet glowed with crimson rays, which, gradually passing to the higher peaks, at length were lost in the surrounding gloom. The moon was rising behind Vesuvius, and poured at in tervals, a partial light on tlio waters of the Unv: while-the soft breeze, fresh from lis wanderings, amid the foliage of the orange Trove and the aloe, mingled its murihuring with the evening snug of the laborer, as lie wended his way homeward, or the hymn of the fWhcrmaii on the Fcashorc, in grati tude to his patron saint for a night eu pro pttious to liis favorite occu...

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. — 6 April 1838

, m "Si & VI 'XT & r G TiT !' It 1 1) A Y M O II N I N (5 , A I U I li C. N ATlfiN A T ItANKHUI'TCVi This Republic, two )r.ir ngn pni'pprntu nml powerful, Willi lliitly'millinin nf mrplm Ircn'itrp, Is imw pnriti7.P'l (i nt jiiiwirnlp, wiili ii Niiiiiiii.il ildil iiip'njlv ami liuil.iliit! ! Tim mi plus Is finio j Ipii iniltioiH of Trpimiry N'nirs Intn Iippd i'jiicd, nml llm CSiivrrn niput no nks fur iiiiilimilv In iim ipii million" llim-p ! Smli profusion nml f(tl:inilpr i imp mil' IpIpiI. No nlhrr Nnlimi pver 1 1 n rt'f-d iIip "mad to iniii" wild mrli turp horn) elni'ilv. Wp hip sinking inln ilolil nml di.sliiniiir williniil iIip slifihleM nprp-silv nr ranp, nilipr ill in llm piofliaiipv mill corruption of Miir Itulers. Albany Journal, Mr. Clny. in his celebrated speech on Ihc Sub'-Treasury Bill, commenting on tlio fldminislrnlion of Andrew Jackson, unid Hint it consisted of n succession of astoun ding measures, wliieti fell on the public enr like repealed bursts of loud nn...

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. — 6 April 1838

M A It K I K In Milton, on (lie 13 li It , liy Dev. J.is, Pniisli crty, Mr. John I.aMun, of Sinuh Ilcm, lo MUt Lucy Mikclv, of ilm former plare. In Sotuti Hem. nn llifi 1 Ti It nil., by II. don, 13t. Mr. Jas. OoNunvr lo Mlsa Uiizelia 1'ix LEY, nil of Sunlit Ileio. In Or.mge, 27ili nil. Mr. Daniel Null of Tnp. limn in Mi?' Cl.tiiwa Nnrs-nln. Mr. Irn Emery of Wwdilnglnn, In Mi.'.' l.r tun C.nnp. IniliUimvn on the 23 It nil.. '') John Hales. E(j. Mr. Lewis Austin io Miss Alice Mir CHEL, linlli of ibis pl.irc I I U I) In ibis town, nn the Silt insl. Thomas R. Tut TLE.Ejq. ii(!P'l 70 PiiiP. Al Iriishnisli, m Mnml.iy.lliclOili Mnrrlt, Mrs Jepusha F.nos, widow of lite late Gen. Rooen Enos, nged 03 years. In Miis."ippii (where lie wns nn n viil,) on l)c8ilt nil., ilto Hun. Stephen I). Miller, of .Sunlit Carolina, fotmrrly Governor of, iind after wards Senator in Congress hum 'I'"1 State. TOWV MEETING. Tliennmial Alaielt M-nine. wna adjourned to Moml.iv next, m 10 nVlnrk A. M. Jlurlington, -...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 April 1838

"An I have found, fir t'cvurol mornings past, Unit t-oniii o! my Hats huvo been ilw nlnccil during the n'ght, my Heaver on llio iliitvi. with mv Oilor nnil Miisdrntt, ond vice versa, I determined to secrete myself in my store through lliu night, discover, if possible, how it cniiiil ocrur. i innuu n tciii)oniry ln'd under the counter, ami Iny in wntch, when just n.-i I ho clock struck one, I lienrd soninN rroin I no shelve ol'ilio beaver, oiler nod imi'lirnt?, rrwnihling n stilled whmile. 11 ml instantly n lint from each of lliofo shelve sprung iihiii llio r.ounlor before lliu mirror. After bolutuitf each other in n cluttering kind "f longutV 'Jio lipnvnr PMinnii'lU'i'd. Ill VCTV tolerable LJn- glisdi, as follows i Heaver My liiinii! w.h cm a mouniiiiii stream, 'I'oninil i lie pfiiiny him : So fir itwiiy, I did mil ilir.im TIk: ir.ipjioi- llieie would rnme : )ul nil ! us I ucnt out 10 fell A i ( 1 1 1 1 1 u for in v lint. JVI v lot; (mid Imw I e.iniiol lell) Dement 5lc.il n elli u-....

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