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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 August 1839

. . . - .. RIOIT VOL. V. BRATTLE BORO, Y't. fUG-ttfT E 1839, IB-,;- & ';. no. 61. FERMOMT FIIOENIX. 1'UnLISHKD r.VKIIY FRIDAY M0UNIN0, wm. J3. itYTimu. BY tuhjis op adveutising. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at $1,00 per square for 3 insertions, mid '20 cents fur cacli subsequent insertion. Less tliann stature 75 cents for 3 insertions, and 12 1-2 cents for encli subsequent insertion, ADDRESS. To the Freemen of Windham County and to the Delegates in Convention assembled, at Fay cllcvillc, July A, 1839, Uy John IK Moore. Fkllow Citizens: Coming together ns we do on this G3il Anniversary of American Independence nn occasion marking an epoch that served the American Colonies from the government of Ureal Britain that overthrew a tyrant King, nnd established tliu glorious principles ni civil liberty in a vast and flourishing conti nent, it cannot but be considered appropriate nnd coninicnduhlu for us to bring brielly to mind those important events which serve to strengthen us...

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 August 1839

VERMONT PHOSIVIX. i Friday Morning, August 23, 1830. DEMOCRATIC WHIG TICKET. ron governor, SILAS II. JKNISON. run i.ikut. aovr.iiNou, DAVID M. CAMP. ron treasurer, HEN11Y F. JANUS. "Tbit senators Windham County. CALVIN TOWNSLEY, DAVID CHANDLER, LABAN JONES. Bennington County. MARTIN C. DEM1NG, PIE11POINT ISIIAM. llutlaml County. ROBERT PIERPOINT, WM. C. KITTREDGE, OBADIAH NOBLE. Windsor Ccninly. JULIUS CONVERSE, PTOLEMY EDS ON. DANIEL BOWEN, ANDREW TRACY. At the caucus on the 17th instant, Eden. Wells, Esq. was unanimously chosen as Whig candidate to be supported for Town Represen tative at the coming election. The following Gentlemen were chosen as Town Committee to drum up Voter3, &p. Zcnns Frost, Oshca Smith, N. B. Williston, Chas. Stevens, Wm. Bullock, E. Gerry, . A. Vandoorn, Jos. B. Cuno, Henry Reed, Capt. Martin, p. B. Thompson, BensonJones, C. Swain, Frazier Goodnough, Levi Stoddard, Capt. Dudley, Rufus Pratt, Leonard Knapp. Capt. Mixer, the election: Notwithstanding nil...

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 August 1839

lions in ihia holy causo havo met, both at tho North and South, tho most determined, and often iho most lawless resistance? And why has open violence been most unjustifia bly winked nt and tolornted by a great mass of our most respectable citizens, and oven by tho officers of the law 1 Either tho pcopfe of the whole Nation havo undergone a change of sentiment and character in retard to the grunt ovil of slavery, or the manner of operation has been most unhappily errone ous. As the change of public fooling occur red soon after tho commencement of tho pub lications and other proceedings of those who originated the Anti-Slavery Associations, I think that change has resulted from those proceedings. The peculiar feature, which, as 1 apprehend, has caused them to defeat their own object, is the extreme and intent' perale zeal by which they are distinguished. Not only the slave-holders, but the ministers Of religion, and all others who do not par take of this characteristic peculiarity, ar...

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 August 1839

From the New-York Journal of Commerce. Altering Bank Dills. A man yesterday went into the public house of Mr. Aiurphy, in the 3d avenue, and requested him to give him smalt bills for 83 bill on the Newbury Bank of Vermont. Mr. Murphy ncccded to his request, and gave him small bills, and the man had scaicely left tho store when Mr. Murphy discovered that tho bill purpor ting to bo on tho Newbury Bank was in re ality on tho lloxbury Banff of Massachusetts, nnd thai the letters lloxhai been ingenious ly defaced, and tho letters New put in their c, ilace, sotis to maKo tne wora renu new 11 rv instead of Roxburv. Tho Words Wellsrivcr had aiso been put in plnco of the word uoxbury.nt that part whero tho bill is dated, nnd the word Vermont substituted for Massachusetts,' at the bottom of the bjll. No other alterations appear to have been made in it, and such as liavo been Were but clumsily executed, and require only a very cursory and a slight examination to detect them, Unfortunately, how...

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 August 1839

j, Jjfe. ' ''''' VERMONT VOIj. v. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. MV G T : r" - -i -ii i i u i s, t m :30,OTS 3 9. NO. '52. f TEUMS OF ADVKIITISIKG. PJERJUOJV T JPIIO EJVIX I ""her U"n loose the whole. "Haifa loaf has I From the London OWrrver. ever been acknowledged infinitely better than Massacre in Neio South Wales. Letters published every fridav morni.no. by no bread." To act on n ililTi.ront minrlnlp. tn find twiners hich have iust reached tis from W3I. 13. ItYTHEK. the temperance reformation as well as in the Sydney, NcW South Wales, have furnished anti-slavery enterprise, we might justly incur us w'th accounts or as cold-blooded and lii,,. n..i ii r m. heartless murders os ever stained the annals &lO!tZTZZUnS!V H f Temperance men in this state have never to of crime in any country. The whole ofthe - c4u insertion, .css man a ; . . . V ready seven or them expiated thciri ol- square 75 cents for 3 insertions, and 12 1-2 being willing to commit the cause of temper- , ' oAffSmllnn-.! noiu-....

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 August 1839

AN ACT, REGULATING. $IIE CHARTERING Of BANKS. Sec. 1. It is hereby enacted by the Gen eral Assembly of the Slate of Vermont, That every monicd corporation having Banking powers, which shnlt bo created nt this ses sion ofthe Legislnl'nre, or which shall be herenftCr created, or re-chartered, shall bo subject to the provisions of this act. V Sec. 2 It is hereby further enacted, That for tho purpose of creating and continuing the fund herein established, every such cor poration shall, on or before tho third Thurs day of October, in every year, pay to the Treasurer of this Stale, a surri equal to three fourths of one per cent, on the capital stock of such corporation, paid in, after excepting therefrom, such part of said capital stock, as is, or may be held by this State, and ut that rate for the limo such corporation, if less than ono year, Sec. 3. It is hereby further enacted, Tlmt nt.'lho time of mnking any such payment, tho corporation making the same, shall cause to be delivered to...

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 August 1839

Were false, ntid that the profcisiohs of ttiosc Who then promised us retrenchment and reform Were equally false hnd hollow-hearted. Not withstanding tlio hlgh-soiinding'professionsnnd pledges of that day have all Leon disregarded. nnd the expenses trebled, and the abuses of the administration increases more than a hundred fold. Still, the sauto men nre now prating auoui me extravagance 01 uie state govern ment anu amusing mo people Willi like hollow hearted professions of economy. Their charg es of extravagance against the state arc false in every particular, cxccntas it regards tho Siaic House. And the men who are responsible for !. nn I. ..I!...... - ! !- !.! . vujv uiv.-, o uwiiuvv, a. uiujuriiy oi mem in uie Van Duren ranks at the, present time, so that It is idle to charge that hem on the Whigs. It is -equally futile lo charge the wings as a party with the responsibility ofthe Banking System, because it has never been made a nartv nuestiiin 'until attempted to be made so about ...

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 August 1839

The Advantages of Office. Tha follow ing loiter might'havo bacn written by a young man in Arkansas to his mother in New Hampshire and might not wedo not ndoranii. It seems that the young YiW' keo,had lately received tho appointment of post-master in that Slate, ana mm no pres umes n good deal upon tho'strength of it. Nno Orleans Picayuncy Wildeattville, Rattlesnake Qo. Ark Dear Alarm! You haint tho least Idea in the world how I'm n giltlng along out herb iilithisRnckansackcouniry. They've lately nppintcd mo post-master in this town, and I'm cxpectin to got the office of justice of tho peace afore long. I've had three cases left out to me nlready.One on 'em wriil vJhero a feller had gouged out nnolher chap's left eye, and neither on 'em was sar tinshuro whether he was at tho lop or bot tom1 when tho thing was done. I knew nil about it just as easy, 'cause I was watchin, nil the lirrto so I decided the caso accor tlin. This is n great country 1 Why, marm, iho corn here grows as high a...

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 September 1839

4. M IKE I V BRATTLE BORO, Yt.EPf EEBE 6, 1S39. ' jr- tr - HO. 1. WM. K. KYTHEK. EMR OP ADTERTISUIG. X. r nrram coaspKoetitiy inserted at i it i tqmtrt fcr 3 letrrtiefw, and 20 cents .? tttteiMtvtfii ibttrrtitn. Lets thaw a .qrjf " w fce 3 iatrvtif and. 12JJ Ul rcalifcnr3rat Itw-rltoa. J t r jr . "J, Thr tailewia? urea; poem is extract r a. m Jd KnjKih A antral, mod Has nev tr ' eiT. been rrpaUitbed in this cocn r tMtv (Ml W troth than leaotr ; and jsti & aMr fee Keg atd strength than fancy : lit Timr TUB COlTItTEZAf. Ttt r 4a nn4 at bame ion thy brow, jr M death is in tby heart, ftfainf hath mid thee now mil ifairv a lbis part : An -wteaat irom ail social ties, PnJ, tSBKtNi virtue's mock and scorn, viitia afgntlt that never dies CIA ttrr then bads t ne'er been born 1 The ecU wnile that distorts thy cheek Oa steal! tby deeper ruin, T7l jwk Msird beatt that will not break TS damned sWfr tby -ucdojuj; Li rateer-H;ht in midnight jlooro Oc bioj; tt darkness vainlybid Tr i' k a foul ...

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 September 1839

JTUDOB SHERMAN'S IiETTEIt, t In our paper of tho 22d ult. wo published Jiidge Sherman's answer lo a letter inviting hisnltendanco totlio late Convention nt Al bany. Wo now lay before our readers nn answer published in tho Emancipator and written by its Editor. The reasons of llio committee for sending tho invitation nro these stated ; Tho Cominitlte knew that ho wns tho tit 'glut president of tho 'Ame'ricon Union," a society formed ostensibly "for the elevation of tho Afri&n race," but serving only ns a consctence-)lffjJ, sootho tho wound mado by -abbliiioii Jqtmfca. They nUo knew that ho hndjjjeen for .many years the favorite, faithful, nhd'well-fcd advocate of tliu slaveholders in nil cases where tho Interests of their "institution" beenmo tho subject of judicial cogntfcanco. They also know that lie was tho draftsman who prepared tin cel ebrated "Canterbury law," as it is called, un der.which Prudent Crnndall suffered such relentless persecution. But they also knew thai Mr S. ...

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 September 1839

VERMONT lHEIVix. Friday Morning, Scptombor 0, 1830. THE ELECTION. ' h'or Governor. 1839. For Governor. JJrad. 107 CO 51 72 117 31 " 212 03 ' 70 80 105 CO 28 28 53 52 07 25 132 105 17 Uraltlcboro fluilfonl Vernon Putney New fane Somerset Rockingham, Marlboio Dummerslon Wuidfboro Wilmington Dover Halifax Stratum Jamaica Alliens Townshend lJrooklinu Westminster Windsor Sinionsvillc Mount Holly 7 whig Senators 200 each; lory Senators 0 each WINDHAM COUNTY SENATORS. H ars ti x 2 2 gr I s; g S & S 5 S- OH O a 125 131 127 70 70 70 220 220 220 -84 84 84 80 80 80 141 141 141 77 77 77 04 64 04 81 82 81 Brattleboro Vernon Rockingham Marlboro Dummcrston New fane Guilford Halifax Grafton 339 301 302 71 71 71 257 250 200 85 85 85, 149 149 149 130 139 139 145 145 145 115 115 115 107 112 113 REPRESENTATIVES. Draltleboro Ebenezer Wells W. do L. F.. .. W. l. v. w. l. f: vv. w. l. f: . L.F. L. F. W. . Guilford Vernon Putuey Newfanc Rockingham Marlboro Dummerston Wurdsboro Wilmington Dover Stratum ...

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 September 1839

an"" Uf 9V rUTUl W-Iron, Steel, &c. RIPtiEY. ROBERTS & CO. OS Commerce Street, Jlnrtforil, Ct. rM PORTERS nnd dcalcra in English X Swedes, Russia nnd American IRON round, square nnd Hut, of nil sizes; Noil Rods, Shapes, band, scroll, hoop nnd sheet Iron. Cnst, blister, Machinery, German, Swedes, American, Spring and toe-corking STEEL.- Anvils, Vises, Sledges, ifciiows, uorec wans, Elliptic Carnage Springs, turned Axles, Slcign Shoes. Crow-Bars. Cut nnd Wrought Nails, Shovels, Spades, Hoes, &c. &c. &c. For sale in any quantity, on very fuvorablo terms, to Dealers ana Uonsutners. Inquiries and orders, which arc respectfully solicited, will ho promptly attended to, by ad dressing as above. icy Wrought scrap Iron, of good qunlity, purcnascu in any iiiuiiui,y, uy iv. jv. i- Hartford, April 24, 1839. SmliS Tlc Resurrection or lci8ian PILLS. SUPERIOR to tho Hygcan, Brnndrclh, or any other pills before the public, as certilied to by physicians and others who had used the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 September 1839

VBRMO ' . .11 1 tea 'jwi'vrw I fE; If 1 . ,11 . .. Jt Jn ,5 VOX. ' ADIEU'TO SUMMlJIt HOME The bummer lciiVcs are fading fast ' The surnWr breczp.WHI soon' be past f The summer blrJs"ivili'sooh be gone, 1 heir brood is reared, their work is di Jonc : And tho' so brisrht have been ihn l.nnr We've, spent amid ihcsumme'r flowers, MM2rScenes,offjoy,,hnii Iovcto you, . , We've seep. the wild'fWcrs'bloom, ami 'fade: The bee, has gathered In hqr store 5 ,, .Theblu.c bird's, merry song is q'qr,j iAud,llie.rp is nol a grassy bed. t 1 jr shad Jiath we've loved to tread, There's not 0 plant or tree we knew, Bui wc must bid them all adieu ! 1 (Arid dear companions of our play . --. We sunder cach a different-way : Tho summernnd its joys are o'er, 1 ' We partj to meet, perhaps' no more ; But let ourcaly hopps arjse,' "! 1 Td'tlia bright sumrncrjn the s'kiesf; There, may we meet dear friends' With you, ' AnU npver, never bid adieu I ' ' ! And notvtd mcadoxV, Btrearn'ahd hill, To fadipgWpodland, lo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 September 1839

For the Phoenix. WHAT CAN COLONIZATION DOI Having observed, with regret, an attic in one oftlio Daily Journals, doubting the practicability of eflectiwrtho benevolent nur poses of the Colonizalionists, permit one who was long incredulous himself, to state the process which brought him to the full nnd unwavering confidence that this system wns entitled to the co-operation of every Ameri can christian, and challenged the services of uvory true patriot. That tho whole fabric of slavery was .incompatible with the spirit as Christianity, ho never doubted ; but ns this ovil had unhappily become, interwoven into tho very elements of our social and political system, it required but a cursory glanco at ir relation with the South to perceive that violent measures lor its euro would neccssa rily involvo us in all the miseries of civ nnd sorvilo war. And equally aware of the inoiuid sensibility pervading tho slave hold ing Slates in relation 16 nny foreign interven tion, 11 was no less cviucnt ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 September 1839

D'novN t.so.-pEhc CAtnlridgo Chronicle gives the following details of n most, disi res sing drowning of n child in tho presence of its pnrcnt, without his being nblo to save him. Capt. Moses .'Navy; the comman ding officer of it bay( craft, had occasion to go ashore nl Cumbriilge. On returning to the .schooner,' for somo article, ho took with him untie bolt his sori, quito yoting, and left him in the bout with n ropa to "hold on by" while he went on board. VVhilo Mr, Navey was in the cabin, a flaw of wind struck the boat and dragged the boy into the water. Here he Was discovered by the fathci, who. without a moment's thought sprang pverpoard to rescue him. He reach ed him Justus hu was apparently in the ago nies of death, and the small boat having drifted away, he turned, supporting him, to reach tho schooner.. Ho did reach it and Seized the T'tddi-r. held it until tho very flesh from his fingers whs torn ofT iii sus taining himself with his burden- He waited Tor assistance, but iio...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 September 1839

I 1 UK 11 fti Pi Frorn thp Bdston Times. AVildffrf mh Of hc Woods. Western Lumbot Company, has.just return; ed"fromthB St. Peter's rivet near the head br steamboat navigation, on thu upper' Mia siisippi, bringing-with bim a Linng Wild Man oflhe Woods, Willi two smnu cuds sup tirisivl in In- nlmoit 3 months old. Air. Lincoln went out to tho northwest as agent of tho N.Y. Lumber Co.in July Idst, u iili n view to establish extensive sawmills, on tho pine lands near the Fulls of St. An thony; and he has given Us a detail of tho bporntion of the Company, the circumstances Vtiich ted to tho capture of the extraordinary creature mentioned above. t ,.. . The Company sent ,out ihoir expedition in July last. Tho workmen and laborers with the nrincioal nart of the machinery, went by the wav of New Orleans, and at that city they chartered a steamboat and proceeded up ihn ftlississinni. I'lio wnoio tiusincss was iinder-tho direction of Mr- Lincoln, They htTd on 'board nil tho necessary fools and...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 September 1839

'JJLi"l' iiiMii'iiiiVllll'miMMil" m'! II , f ..I. fc , 1 If' ' ' V i 1 t - t T.TT f PjTrT7" rrt""jjr.,niST"T'?!!?riTM"-i " .it r m 1 .Sgggg!! 11 1 i , IU !JLj,fj"!g,MS?-"y i mi yi.iin in n M'fff . " ! -fi ',',.( tAr ' B R A T T I. J3 B O Jl O , V X f ' S S P T E " M B E R 20, 1 S3 0. NO;' 3f II '""'VUli ' ct I) i ,' i ' j . t br.iiiiusiiKD l'.rnaT frida aohNiNa'.tiiY ' ' WM. I. IiVtiieJr. THUMB OF ADVIJItTISING. si,Adver(iemeii'ls conspicuously inserted at $l,pu,pcr square fur 3 Insertipus, abii .UO jccnls iureqc.li subsequent insertion. Loss than n square cents (ur. 3 insertions, anil 12 reiitj for each etibstqueui insertion.- -TRAGIGAL FATE OP THE TON . UUIN, '"'The fdllbw'ing tinrruiiw of a terrible trag cdyis; extincied from Irving' Astoria, u vvOrkiw'Vliti'ii iii the lisilal fascinating style faFlhcJa'Sthbr, utut " detailing adventures in slidast'' wilderness of the west, und with thc'sav.agfs which inhabit it, fur surpassing in their extinordinury und diversified chur nc(cri t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 September 1839

C. Stratton, SURGEON DENTIST TXTOULD irivo notice to the Ladies anil .TT .Gentlemen. olJJraUlrro and vicinity, tlmtiio Is aClijs, rooms nt Co!. Chase's Stage Houie, wh'erejic Is prepared to attend to his liroFeViiofl in nil Its branches'. Ho will leave hM rooiDaiontlie-lOili. orC.Octobcr-.uext,jiJ return ori Hie 4ih or November. ScnU4lli. 1330. . , I ,;' 1 -, , , : n V.',,; . J Alpine, antl xthtr jvnric W tics oriirfrtly'MuIIicrry v Trecfc I'o'i Sale. ;tho Northampton Silk Company having devoted iZWJtW their ntiiiiition to tnu rnia-' t i"i.jL-. ing of Trees lor sale,, ns Well as lor the manufacture of -Silk, alter fur .kVrtli; n fpiv ftoler.tlons nf this varieties cultivated vllrf particular lenience to, the c)imatoof ticw "'''ll'li'ilfaJmliMlinl1 Aiirrlinspra nhnAM' exam llld llie jla"ritniim whllsY'tlic le-nris fullj as they Mil; bo belter nblc to miike'sclcctioris, ns well JistSee the general nppearanceof tho trees n ipcrsop w.ill therefore be always in readiness to .lip through ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 September 1839

nonniniVH-TliodWollingof. foary Pn. ten, an elilerly maiden lady, residing in the ntishborhoqajjofShipponshurrtliBving ljyj ed with1ii5t?brother ulso WBdla'ncVdOagVj and two young women was entered on Fri day nijJIit lafl'tlby'tlircBinep suitably nrmcd and equipped fnrlha busitjessupbW which they" cntho. Upon entering the- houso'they knocked this br6therdo'Vri demanded 6T;the old lauy ihe ueliveiy ol her, trcasuro on pain of cJealllnndySoon succeeded, in;, obtain- money, Willi which .they mudo oil". Th 111; IIUVMl.tliyMV. WV4 UUIIIIIH ui two young women, had succeeded in, . esen Vfmhrr'tho est neighbor, tt'Ko in hurrying to the sci'rie of'olilrrijd jaw ttirea men on,1 horsu1 back whoWero no' doubt the robbers, but who were ajfo'w'ed to pass withdut suspicion- at the 'tiihe. " They "iiltbi" wards abandoned their horses, in order .(lie belter, to Conceal themselves and tlnjr. booty. Wo have hot heard.thnCspy ircumsanqes have, transpir ed tending to the detection of. the robbers, . But...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 September 1839

M..UX SM-AKIJiti.. Thcro is in this world a great deal of tin necessary cciemony about some things, and n great Want of necessary ceremony about others, There is a deal of unneccrs try ccr emony for instance, in. very politely following it nfan to lift Idwcrdoor. regretting his dc partu're, when in truili you rejoice nt, it. There woulil, on ine oilier nanii, oe a great wuni of necessary ceremony in. following the bent of your inclin-Hinn, nnd kicking the man down stairs. There1 is much un necessary ceremony practised bu.ejn wo men who hate each other, who know it, and act i of whom knows that the other knows ii. That tln'v should currvou a svt-tem of crcinonious nnd unnecessary small talk of which thero is no need, while alluding in Mich relations to each other, is among the. in explicable in woman's character. There is sometimes 'much to much" cer emony betwrcn lovers and sotnrtimcs much to little; nnd quite, as ofien one extreme as the other. Th most amusing part of the whole bus...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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