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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 April 1838

NOT T II K d I- O H V O F C V SAn It I' T T II H W K I. F A It K n V U O V V. . p iJJMtMMMMMnMMM""1 ' 111 " 1 nn"' BMPItMmi I. III mHllllH MIHUIIMi II U.I ii.... .hii mHWH till Ll' BY If. STACY. Fit II) AY, APIfclJb 13, von,, xir Xr. r4 4Mb 'inm lleinlciV Miprrllany. A TALK OF C.ltAMMAKYK. Tmk Huron rame home in his fury and tnse Hp blew up lm henchman, he li!n up Ins p.u;c ; The eiies.'llil hriiibli'il, lite rook In.'ki'il pale. A lie iirilHicil lur Himiiur unll'd kidneys mid ali'. Viiin llto'i ! ili.il gnll'd knliieis r.m give into iclicf, Vlicn one' oun nic tti ll.t inc-ti by linger ami grief. vitai w.i iIir Citii'P. nf the Hanoi's ili.-liPM 1 Why sank III. sp'i il tn low 1 f The I'.iii l.ilifl, when phe iliinili lnivc said ' ea,' , 1 1 ml given the IVimii it 'No !' He iiie, ;iiiI he ilinnk, and tic gininhlcd between; FilPl nil llpi Vlllll! III- Willed III splel-ll The ali- was Fniir, llip k'nhiejs ueir nun-li, Anil nipled nf niilliiiii! Inn pepper it ml snuff! TIip limyi'i' hi m...

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 April 1838

Mn. WHllSTBR'S SPEECH. Pv-mu, M.utcti 12, 1030. Mn. PnEsinKvi-: Having nl nn early cdago of thu debate expressed, in n gv.noral wanner, my cuiposit iou lo this bill, I must iind an apology fur ngnin addressing I lie Senate, in tho acknowledged importance of t ho measure, t It u novelty of Ha character, iind the division of opinion respecting it which is known to exist in both Houses of Congress. To bo able, in this Ptato of things, tn given preponderance to iliat side of I !io question which 1 embrace, is, pcrlr.p, iiioru tlinn I niujlit to hope ; but 1 do mil (Vol Hint 1 hnvn noun nil which my duty demands, un'il I mulic nnoilicr oil rt Tha functions of tins (lovorntiiiint which, in time of peace, iuo?t materially n flout I ho happinoFi of the people, tin? those which respect connnorco and revenue. Tint bill before us touches bulb tho:o groat interests. It proposes to net directly on I he revenue and expenditure of Government, and it is expected to ac', also, indirectly, on com inc...

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 April 1838

Sidney Powell's Estate. STATE OF VERMONT DISTRICT Ot- ClIITTKMJEN PS. The Honorable the. Probate Court for the DislriU of Chittenden, to nil persons concerned in the Estate of Sidney I'otccll late of Milton in saul District, dcteand, GllKKTINO. WHEREAS, tho executrix of llio Inst will nntl testament oftitiiil deceos cd proposi's In render on account of her ndministrotinn, and present her account ngainst said rslain for examination mid nllownncenl n suasion of the Courl of Pro. bale, to be holdon nl the Registers oflicu in Burlington on the second Wednesday ol May next. Therefore, You are hereby notified to appear belore said Court at llio lime and plncc Bforosoid, nod show cano, if nny you have, why the account aforesaid ihuuld not be allowed. Given under my hnnd at Burlington thin seventh day of April, A. D. 11130. V.m. WESTON, fleshier FOR IIENT. rjjl H two story Dwelling JL IIoiki! and qnatlor acre Int. ca-l side of Ciiampiain -I. nod opposite tin1 Clais Factory for terms opplv t...

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. — 13 April 1838

Sntnnel Keolcr's Estate. Ji li 1 10 Minsct lUnri nuvi"L' m'cn ii"iiin flnn. llii' PmlinW Cntlt' for the (Iwticl nl Chiilcndnti, citiiinisfinn. f" 'i TfCflVl'. IWIHHIH' mill ntljlHt lilt' i ''I IPs iii.d 'ii iiinm1- d!' nil pprsuiis, nrrnin-1 1 1 C.-ct f I C I'l S.'llPllel KlI'llT. Illtl' of K'SIW in sa'd l)t-'rici, ilccenspil, represented in 'vniil, nnil nln nil c'uiins mid ilrmhiiil i'xIi buril in i iV-ct therein; mid m.v month' fr'MM Mi" ilny nf Mil' ilnii) liprnuf, ticttirj nl lowed by -nul Court lnr lliol pti r pti.-se, ui; lie tliorpfori' lipreby "ivo nolici'i llinl we H'i I ullcml to the hit-si nPH- nf uiir niinniii in nt.ni Hip ilwi-lliiic; of Miln K'.'i'li'f'- m V, fc.v. in haul Di-lnci. nn tin1 1 si - M"ii (I vh of Ap'il. Mny mid .lime n v 1 . nt 10 o'clock. A. M . on I'ncli nl -nil! days. Dated, llu- M b day nl' February A- D 1G30. 15. 15 P.UTI.F.R. ) Gim. AUNOM) COIillY. sWev. Stcphon iMamifll's I'.stntc. .sv.'vv: of I'r.itMoxr. !)l-'l It C I' "P ClItTTP.Mll.N -s' The. Il...

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 April 1838

ammrlrrmmmimrmmmmmtmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmm imwimjwiiiu i iumiiiip.il 'W wimiiiiw " ' in n j wi. illjm ui iiiiwim NOT T II U GLORY OF C Ai 8 A It' n V T THE WELFARE OF ROME BY II. B. ST ACT. FBBBAY, APSOIy 210, ft 838. .rjaiammrmm-; rn"'1 ' mm minimum hup M n . V K B 3 T 13 It S S P B ECU. continued. Pew nf us. iMr. Presid- nt, ore nworc of what would bo the amount of the general production of the country, if it could bo oc cnrotely ascertained. The Legislature of Massachusetts, under tho recommendation of the intelligent Chief Magistrate of t lint State, lias cnVod to be prepared and pub lished o report on thu condition and pro ducts of curtain branches of its industry, for the year ending in April, 11137. The returns of the authorities of each city mid town were made, apparently, with much care; nnd the whole has been collated by tho Secrctoy orState. and tho result din tiuctlv presented in well-orungcd statisti cal tu'blcs. From a summary ol the siato tnents in these tables, I will lake...

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 April 1838

but so tunny nuisances, ntiil abolish nil pa per currency whatever? Or i it expected, on 111c contrary, mat nflcr this system shall I"! adopted fur the uo of Government, there will still bo n pa par currency in thu country for the usu of till! pi'lllllc? And if them shall still bo a paper cur rency, will Hint, currency consist of irro rieomablo Government pnpor, ornfennvor tiblo bank notes, Midi ns Imvo circulated heretofore? These questions must ho on. sworeri, before wo can jttdgo'of the opera, tion or this bill. As to nn exclusive metallic currency, fir, the Administration on this point is rogti. larly Janusfticud. Out doors, nnd ammig tho peoplo, it shows itself 'nil clinquant, all in gold.' There, every tjnrg is to bo bnrd money no paper rags no delusive credits nn bank monopolies nn,.lriist in paper of any kind. Hut in thcTrcnMiry Depart ment, and in the Housed of Congress, we sec mint her aspect mixed nppoarnnco. partly gold and partly pnper; gold for G iv Cfiiincut, and pape...

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 April 1838

1,425 for llic fair Defendant. This rcr ilict was n little larger Minn the former one. Wo diil not nllcnd this trial in llio ex nminntion, but had t!io pleasure to listen to soma of tho nrgtimcnts of-llio ingenious counciland iho charco of the Court. There was one point in tho charge which created n trifling sensation mining somu of the "single gentlemen," whoenmo to listen nnd learn, probably, how to defend a broken promise, in such ensn made nnd provided It wns substantially this, if wo undorniood his honor corrccllv. That it did not require nn explicit promise to bind tho portico to n innrriugu contract. Tho lone, unbroken and somcwhnt. exclusive addresses of n suitor to n lady wan quite as rood evidence of Intended marriage as a. special promise. Rutland Herald. (CTTho bills of the Inlttj vntj Banks nro not received nt the Suffolk Bank, Boston Lancaster Bank at Lancaster, N. II. Lnfavette Bank at Bangor, Me. Commercial Bank at do Citizens Dank nt Vorcc3tor, Mass. Norfolk Bank, a...

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. — 20 April 1838

VILLAGHfl HOEBJj. IIUfllff.'OURTiUY Irmy TAKHS thu liburiy to inform f?iiitlff his lormor patrons and the ' 55JUf3 P,ll,,ic nl that I'O has iwLiaMd. fined up I lin VILLAGE HOTEL in n stylo nut inferior to any public house in the capital of Vermont, and hu Uniterm himself Hint by iinrciiuttctl exertion and nsstdtieus niti'iitinii tubusincs, ho will bo nblu lit nil times to ncconininilntc tho gen tleman i.f business, gentlemen of pleasure, nnil the weary traveller, in n civic not siir pnysci! for nrooiuoilntioii oml reasonable ncss of Inrc bv nny in tlio sintes. Boarding, per week. Single menl 25, bulging 12J ' horses, hay and oata 75, I horse, liny, 25. Monlpehor. Fob. 1030. , tf BOOKS ! UOOKS ! rjnllK following va'uablo books Drc for JL sale nt tho Hook Slore. Walton's lives of old English Prose Writer. '2 vols. 12 mo. Ilni'ii ili Moure's Works, complete I vol. " vo. Franklin's Work?. 2 vol.. 0 vo.' Marshall's Washington, 2 vols. 8 vo. British Drama do do Boswell's Johnson do do Mar...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 April 1838

NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAU BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, APRIL, 27, 1838. VOL. M n . W H B S T B fl ' S S P K ECU. CONTINUED. This brings me, sir, to tho second in quiry. ,, Is" tins measure. Mr. President, a jul exercise of i Ins powers of Congress, and lines it fulfil nil nur duties ? )p Oir, i nave so unuo ui-ti.".. 1 have so constantly insisted, for several vrarj nnst. nn the constitutional obligation nf Hnnirrnss in take care of tho currency, that t lie Senate must be already tired nf the speaker, if not weary of the topic ; and yet, nfier nil, tins is the great and para mount question. Until this is settled, the agitation ean never bo quieted If we have not the power, wo mus' leave the whole subject in the hands of those who have it, or in no hands, but if wo have the power, wo are hound to excrete It, and every day's neglect is a violation of duty. I therefore again insist, ihat we have the power, and 1 again press its exercise on t tio two Houses of Congress...

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. — 27 April 1838

i (aetcr tlinn it comes in. ir Vi i Miouui nil men ii wnmu lorni, prncticnbli;. between money power. stain of law. wonlil purl of incident. In .vt.iiiiiii cvclnm (I. nil n I. . I. nces, upon that which you lo consider, Mr. ui'xt place, what my in i lie exnensos ni Mi I ho gentleman Iior so llVasod t'roni nil nccos , uiiu irnmieo cuusrquur i ) llic people ; not called at nil, the amount of nnntml ni'' nn nutiinntv lo cause es whenever it plonked, lr. like uliirli I tic nomitotis Noith li mi Ii ci ri o z c 1 1 loin.-1, lu pius lips D.uiati :" rati u restraint would ho imposed rtuncnt, now unuuiy sure wou lit ce ue iimiie or u. i nni ni is ex urea would tie sine v nulled to l ie utc anil intlisnensablo wan a o the kiii eir. luriuraiuiv. vcrv lariunme. v. Ill SCII 0VOUS. 13 In a V llonrnet n.i i n. Il rests on an ussumntmn. for which there i tint III.. Intel r..Mn'.ln.i.. : ....v ..... imii. .wu..uin iijii, UIHICr III ll'ilSOll or experience. It takes for granted thai which llie history...

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. — 27 April 1838

Island. , 1 The result is, the election of a whig Governor by 500 majority, ond the rest of the whig ticket by more than COO. We have enrrind the entire Semite, ond n de cisive majority in the House of Represen tatives ! At the last Gubernatorial con. cost which was in 1036, tlio whole number of votes for governor was 7151, of which John Brown Francis had 4020; Tristnm Burgos 2934, scattering 147. Majority for Francis 009. The Whigs ran no tick et nt the Spring clrction of 1037. From the Pinvidcncc Journal. Once more victorious! Another contest in over. Another buttle tin- boon won. The fame banner which led us on to victo ry. in August Inst, now floats in triumph over another well (ought fluid. The free men who I hen coma out four thousand strong, for Tillingh.tst tnd Cranston, have now mustered in equal forco ond contended with equal success, for the same great principles. The good work winch was begun nt that time is now completed : the last vestige of loco-focoism hns been swept...

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 April 1838

BARGAINS. rnilli: sti.el; of Goods laicly owned by Mr. JL Lemuel Curtis, loirollict Willi the Sloro nnil Shop now occupied by Mr. 13. S. Russell, ami lliu land on which thu Mino stand, hnvu been conveyed tu t lie subscriber lo bo sold for tholwril of certain creditors of said Curtis ; nnd as ihosaine must ho sold at all events those win) wish to pnicliti-o will he enabled In make great bargains. 'I'ho goods consist ofa very large assortment ol' dry conns. dry GROCERIES, CROCKER Y. CHINA St GLASS WARE. And will ln sold cheap. The Store, nnd Shop, are verv eligibly situated, in Ibo bn Fiin'st pn r ofthc inwn. A credit will bp liven for a part of (lie real estate. Al-o for pale na above, a one llarsc Sleigh, a Chaise, tiro tingle Harnesses, a one Horse Waggon, a Saddle, Stc NO REE LOWLY. Eurlington. Feb. I. II);lfl. 2D 3& HIT fiST'SLlZ. J. L13WIS y.TSTQUL') rcpccifiillv inform tbo pub- V V be ilia'. In- is now ready lo prntteo in llm nhovi! busine?. From a porf'eot J:nniv ledge nnd...

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. — 4 May 1838

NOT THE GLOltY OF CU8A n IMf T THE W E 1. F A UE OF It O M E . BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1838. vol. xi iv o. no? Mn. V H US T 13 It'S S P 14 U C II . I offnrs had reached the point, when ho nm I Iim rni'tiii. nnconhim I" the course Ihey CONCLUDED. I .-hntiltl inl:. would ronn I in lull harvo-'t (M Tlio next exposition of I ho hnnornblo ii,nir lini, nnd arduous it rii'7ilr. iii?nin-i thn gentleman's Rou'imonts nnd opinions is 1 ncronclnncntr! nm) iitms"- T 1 hu General teller nl November Jii. Government, or boso i ho fruits of nil their This loiter, sir. is n curiosity. As (I pn- inlinrs. per. Icf crihiiiir pnlilicnl movements, anal At that time, ho says, Slate interposition exhibiting politicil iipmionc, il is wiiiioui rVIZi Nullification) had overthrown ilia pro n parallel. It-phrn-u is nllnj?ot her mililn- tcctini; inrifl'und tins American system, and ry. it rcaus in.e a uc-paicu, or a ouunin ,,nt n Rll,p t() rjnngressioiial usurpation: from bend quarters. It is full of atta...

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. — 4 May 1838

l!,.., .. nJ Imlilnn. Tl took nlaco. ns nil know, iii Annapolis, in May of tlio 6nmo vcor; hut it wos thinly iitlcmlcil, tinil its niomlci. vory wisely, adopted measure to bring nhuiit n fuller nnil more gcnorttl cun vunlion. Their loiter to the Stales on thin occasion is Fit 1 1 of inRtruction. It shows their sense of the unfortunate cnndi ' tion of tho country In their meditations on the subject, they saw tho extent lo which mo commercial power mui nui-u Ban v extend, "he f atrncit v ol New .lor Bey had led her. in agreeing to the original proportion ol V irguna, to enlarge mo oo jeet of tho appointment of commissioners so as to embrace not only commercial reg illations, but other immrlanl mutters. This suggestion the commissioners adopted, bo tlmv ilininrlit. ns thov Inform ih 'that tho newer of regulating: trade is of such comprehensive extent, mid will enter so In r into the ironcral system ol the l'od cral Government, that to give it efficacy, nnd to obviate miction nod doubts...

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. — 4 May 1838

BUT 2&&33Sf ST F It I DAY MORNING, MAY 4. Bank of BuhmnotoSi Wc understand that ot tlio meeting of the b-nrd yesterday this institution resolved to resume epecio payments on the Olh inst. Indeed, we be lieve that both our banks have been pay ing out specie in small sums, when required for several weeks past. Of the cntiro soundness of most of our state banks.thcrc can bo no doubt i and that they nro pre pared to respond promptly to the move- mcnls in New York and Massachusetts, wo have pood reasons for believing. It would readily seem that there is a dawning prospect of better times. Qt-Tlio Newbury Hank, il is mid, will recover from hs cinlimis-iiu'iils sooner limit was anticipa ted. 'I he fund mpposed lu have been lost in Bos. ton, is recovered. We concludu Mr. Webster's speech in the present number, and shall hernfier be enabled to present our readers with a bet ter variety. The Albany Charier Election has result ed in the success of the Whig ticket in every ward ! Our ma...

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. — 4 May 1838

7Vif riputoti'm nf uhii-h h'U now brcmm. tslablirhtil ns lic ' J- ilAlJ 1 wntt .'ufc mill haaciiu rcmtili n cr ilhcovnal for I nations from the remotest offes, liavo had I ft I'M KM!A,OIjK.S!iK;Jifs,AS,S,'lIMAj ' 6m'l'3 but Columbus only found out tlio way to Mnnu-iiin, uui 'tiri'i'T'i1 ll" , iiiiiLiii;ui ni'iuiu uiuunio ni tne great Spanish navigator, people were only enabled to paddle lSLOOI), AMI AS.J. At'I-MJCTIOJJS or T155: .m;;vs. T 7t-r7vf"s. Pni-.PATIKU ON'I.Y I1Y TItK SOI.K PUOPIUKTOI DAN1UL aOni)Ai!I), No. 8 Clou, Sr. NEW -YORK. In prrjcnilns tlil? useful lemcdy to the public, tho IT prlctnr H authorized by n t'ijvlcl;i:i, from whom the Keep was. confidentially obtained, In state, Mint lio has used ) lilmst-ll, iiii.l hi lilseMciislvo practice In I'lilimmnry uflt( Huns, with a Imililihig effect. Tlio happy ciuuhliiatltm c tcgclnhlo sitljf tances, of which It ii entirely rrmnosey lira prciillarly adapted lu discuses of the Lunr.i, Liver, ra, Mniuitch, ' This medicine has be...

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. — 11 May 1838

mmmnwTminmm ,.j..h .nmini. 'jiiimjmii I, II1, 1 r, I1 'lujgjJJJJiiL,uiut?- NOT T1IK GLOKY OFCKSAr IHIT T II R WBLPAllK OF UOMK. BY II. B. STACY. DOMESTIC NEWS. A destructive fire broko out in Charles ton, South Carolina, on the evening of the 27th April, and raged with great fu ry until noon the next day. The space burned over is about one third of a mile square, including the two great parallel avenues to the country, the stores of the principal dealers in dry goods, hardware, chocs, i$c, together with several impor tant public buildings and hotels. The heavy giocers and shipping merchants es caped. The number of biiiliiitnrs icM oy cd is estimated at one thousand, and the total loss between two nnd three millions of dnlliii-M. Tho amount instiled in Charleston is about 1,300,000 of which it is supposed the offices there will be a bio to pa about GO per cent. The loss of the Now York Insurance Companies by this fire will be about $50,000. A lame number of houses had been blown up t...

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. — 11 May 1838

r it 1 n a v m o u n i x n, m a v 11. . OrtNtMnNT.w, Trims. There is truth ant good sense In tlio following paragraph, from tho Caledonian : . Tlio season of tlio year lias arrived for transplanting trees, and who lliat lias not already dono it, will neglect for another year to fttrround his dwelling with such as wl'l ndd beauty to the jpot whero centers his af fection his homo ? Wo in the country nro disposed to think that labor bestowed upon external decorations, not of actual utility, thrown away ; but this is an error. Every tree planted in a proper place, even about this door of the most isolated farmer' house, adds four fold in value to tlio farmer upon the expense of rearing it, beddes making his home mnro pleasant to himself and family. f tlio little enclosure before (ho door is orn,. mooted by tastefully selected and well arran. gcd futon trees, which can bo dono with a trifling expense the passers by, ns they gazo upon it, pronounce that place the abodo of peace, a charmin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 May 1838

is rarclv mnilc available ns it ought lo be by drain, ng thoo liiio compost bed or Imp pen. Nor nro nnunnl bodies always buried in tlio enil a I buy should bo to cnricb the Boil with their gnes, instead of tainting the atmosphere. JJtH n lecturo on saving manures mnv bo altogether useless it Mons. Jnuflrct has found out n way to make tbcin in nny quantity out of nothing. No wonder we hear siich complaints of the Slow Mail. Thorn is too much of Hint nondescript nnd ponderoiM material on board called Pun, Doc, not yet analysed or classified, but supposed by the following to bo n production of the vegetable kingdom Viva l'Agriculturc ! Ti.n niiin v.rtnU mini (tint one liunilrcd nnd lldr- r.. r.?i,fMii iintinil iliiciii3li ihe nnM office of ili.il nl.irn .1 f liui I lime fincc, under die fiatik of n member nfCoii!;ic... 1 liu packages ucic utiiy marked "Pub. Doe IT A Fact von Contemplation. The Pongli kecpsic Journal says ol our 1 cecal elections in thi.-i initio dif. irinlinrr town or ...

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. — 11 May 1838

NSuW IixVBiAWD COCJCSJl MYKUP, The reputation of whu-h has nmn btemm. established (is the moU safe and ificacinu remedy ever dheuxendjhr viiin)i'tN vui uu, swrriTia ov !.))!, A'ili At.ii Al'MJCl'IONM or Tin: jx'rvuy. PKr.I'AllKI) ONLY nY Tilt. bOLK 1'KOPItIKTOl DAK I EL GODDARD, Ko. S Gold !Jt. NKW-YORK. In prmcnllngtlil n-t'fnl remedy to the public, tho Pi piietnr Is autlim lcil !'V H PhysioLm, from vv Imin the lli-ci-.t wns coefhlriitinllv clt.-ihuil, lii suite, thut Iib h.n used it liimseir, niul in hiJ rti'iiivr pinr-tiro In Pulmonary titieo tintis, with nniii-liiiiif (.'Hurt. Thu happy oniiihiniitlun Ci Aigrtulilr f.uh.tnii( i", ol' which It la entirely ronipiMS.V nro peculiarly iui,iiici in uucuca 01 mo i.ungs, t.iver, ciri i'truiim-h. U'lii.i tncillclne has tiecn u-nl very extciiflvtlv, niul th propilitnr 1 1 :- tn t known :i Much" instimeo In which it h'V l.ith'il In slvlni relief i'l iliscn-cs I'nrwhich it is ruCdlninci -' till tven In e.Ti'Vt'i proiir-liina t" nuiminiiilid...

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