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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 12 July 1843

g gg&te Joumnl, acbotcS to goirtfcg, JKttraturr, Sfsrfculturr, iHoraltts, (Scncral XntcIUacncc airt jFamtli; ilrnuinfj. H. -BELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.-:J'LJLY 12, 1843. ' VOL. VI1L-NO. 10. ti FCBMSIIED EVERS WEDNESDAT MOENIKG JfOETH EXD OF THE BBIDGE, BY J. C O B B Jll. by whom all orders for printintr Books Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,ofeverydes cnptioa will bc neatlyandfashionably ex ccuted, at short noticc. wi$ of Htj)!i5 okmi. Village subscribcrs S2 00 Slail -ubscribers, .... 2 00 Indiridnals snd Companiei uhotake at tlie ofBce $V75or V50 cent if paid in six monlbs. Tho'e bo tale of Postriders ; . . 2,00 If not paid at Ibeend ofthe year 2. 25 No papers discontinned until arrearages are paid except al lhe option ofthe proprietor. tio pajmett To Crriers allowed .-xcept ordered by th 1 proprietor All commnnications roust be addressed to tlie editor Post Paid AGRICULTURAL. Lard Oil Manufactdre. It gives us pleasure to Ifarn by tlie Clcveland Herald. tlie il...

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. — 12 July 1843

rep?t TariT laws, to modify, amcnd. and nlter them at plensuro 1 l do not underaland, frnm Iho lalest ver. sinn of Mr. Webiter's Baltimore speech which I havo een, thal he deires to be con. jii lcrtd ns controvertine this doctrino. On iha contrnry.I undtretand him oxprewly to nlmil that, "without the asent and acUnl co oprntion of Congre. by some lcgislative siet rnodifying the Tariff nnd reducing the dutiej to suil the stipulaiion? in the propo sed commercial arr.ingement, the. kuier would not be ob'igalorv, a a Cinmitutional -modification oflha Tariff. In such n cne, the arrangcment modifying tho Tariff. wou'd owe all iti cffiencr, so far a it might go :o estblish new duties, or to repeal old oncs, to t le act of Concreis to be paised in pur nuance ofit. Does any man bclieve that ihe Hniue or Represenlatives coiU possi bly be induced to pass an act confirmmg -the arrangcment, undor the impression thit uch an act would ncvcr be repealed by the rnprecntntics of the Peop!o without a ...

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. — 12 July 1843

II I I distinct, definito purpose. Wliat vsat that purpose. uniess it was that for which we contcnd 1 If any efiect is to be given to it, what can that eflbcl ba if it ii not tliat wool. though costing Iess ihan seven cents, shall not bo privileged with tho nominul duty un. lcss it bo coarse also 1 If this is not to be lnken 10 be the eflect of tho word coarte in il,i connexios, it is impossible to conceive what effect it was intendd to havo. To Aoor it this efFect is lo maka it scnseless nrnluss32e. Thu rorrcctncss of the position that tlic nnrd coarso was in'ended to limit tho five nerrent. nrivileEe to wonl really coirse, and not corstructivcly so bj rcaion of its valuo in tlie fortign market, is sustained and il lustrated bv a rcfercnce to tha history of tho introduclion ofthe word into ihe clautn m quesiion, connrctcd with tha history of our prenous legisianon on tnesuujeci. f!v llie larifTof 1832, wool costing eifjht cents or under, at ndinilted ftt-o ofriuty. brcause, na ive ...

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. — 12 July 1843

1848. Wool! Wool ! ! The underaigned takes this methud to inform the public that he has rebuill his ficiory. M'y rods north of the bridge in Salisbury villagt. where he is able lo atlend to every man J wan" in the article of Pr-AIN ClotH of ali qualilles ,nlnr nicivrtra .In.. SATI.NETT3 do., and Fla.nnels do Partisularatieulion paidto TivpiVfS All hi rloiha ara tt'ool Dyed, ana and better colors tlian can be obtiined in this - i cimly. The undersigned now Im nia:hine ry in successfuloperation.ani ii ready to recene Wool to manufaclore by the Tard or on shares At-SO, will exchange Clo'h for Flccce Wool. Pulled iool, elt and Tag. Ho w.ll positively do as well or better in respect to price of work. orqualitvand soodn-53 f c'oth exchampd. as any oiher mil! in this vicinity. Wooi. Cardisg anlCtoTH Dsessing atle'pd-d 1" y"1) .!.. II. V. HALncix N. B. Fifty rods north 11b bridi; salisbury II. W. II. Vi!hg, ph-aaecall and exammr. itUPERFlNE Flourfor ale low by Ira Stewart. Old Parr's Last w...

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. — 19 July 1843

flfce St KEfcrftlij Sonmal, Brbotrt to JJolfttcfl, afttraturr. Sfortculturr, SHoraUtj?, (Srcncral Xntrllfflrncc atrtr jFamiln iicaWnrj. H. J3ELL3 Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.:JUX.Y 19. 1843. vol. viil-into. 11. mt rUBLISIIED EVERV WEDNESDAY MOBNING NORTH EXD OF TIIE OBIDGE, BY J. COBB JR. by whom all orders for printing Books , I'amphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every dcs j tription will be ncatly and fasbionably cx ecutcd, at stiort notice. Village aubscribew, $2.00 MaW -ubscrlbers, . 2.00 lodivitluals and Co mp.mlM who take at the office $ 175 or 150 centsifpaij in clx raooths. TIiofc who take of PoEtrtders ... 2,00 If not paid at llieend of the year 2, 25 No papers difcontintted until arrearages are paid. cxcept at the option of the proprietor. No pajraei t to Carriers allowed xcept ordercd bj th" proprietor All comurimcatioas must be addresaed to the editor Vost Paid AGRICULTURAL. A'ANTUCKET SHEEP-SHEARING. VROM TIIE A'ASTUCKET ENQUIRER Or SATCBDAT LAST. The Siieep Sh...

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. — 19 July 1843

e.-ings Jte had ondureJ. Theso men had .iravtlScil upwnid ofUOOO iniles on foot in w.arch ofliberty." TlIK WoHLD's AxTt StAVEIlT CoSVKS- tio.t. Thij cunrcnliou commenced its ses- piona in London on Tuesday, June 13. In tho cbscnce of Iho vcnerablc Clarkson, S. (Itirnsy, Esq., was cnlled to thtfchair. Rov. JiIiua Leavilt. ofthe Unilcd Statcs, (edi- tor oftho Eraancipator wns one ofthe Vice Ircsidcn'i. I hc delcgations from thc U tJtatcs reprcsented Anli-Slaverv Associ.i' tions in tho statcs ofMninc, Mnssachusetts, Connecticut, New York Illinois, Indinna, Oliio, &c. The dclegates from France had not arrived at thc opcning of tbeConvcn tiun ; those froin Holland ivcrn prcsont. Tiib Kioht of Search.-Wc hayc much piraiurc. (says thc Standard) in being cna. Iilml toannounco that IheAmerican govcrn iiiKnt reprcsented as shoivin-: cvcry dipo nition for nn carly adjustinent of tho riglit of scarcli nnd viaitntion question. Lelters wcro- rcceivcd fruni variou s nuthurilics in tho statcs, ...

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. — 19 July 1843

lijrgh, wharc wo arc told tho agrnrian doc trines entertaincd by somc, and cf nonre Fislnncc by others, will be moro distinctly phiblled. From Ferrisburg!!, thcir rout h Ihrough the'stalo of New York, where in thc course of tho scason a liundred mec tins as appcars from thc public journals, r.ro'intendcd to bo held. To us it is truly n matter of rcgrct, as wc anticipatc more mjury than bencfit to the cause of genuinc i.bolitionism from Ihcsc cnfuriatcd disorgan. izcr;. Tl.c fullotving letter from Govcrnor Paine was nrittcn to the chairman of the Staie Commiitcc, just previous to to thc as$cm bling of the convention at Rutland. Bul its reading liaving been accidentally omitted, it was not incorporated into thc proc?edings. We rannot forcgo the opportunity which it prcicnts of making a few bricf remarks in rclation 10 ihe political earcei of its autbor. Scldcm has anr man nscended the chair of atate, amidst such a torrent of unqualified . abuse from his political ojiponents n aia , Go...

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. — 19 July 1843

1843. Wool! Wool!! Thc undersigncd takas this rnelbod lo inrorm the pablic thal be has rebuilt his faclory, fifly ruds north of he bridge in Salisbury villape, whrre he is aUe lo altend to every nun's wants in lbe article of Plaiw Cloth of .11 quahlies and colors. Casiimeres do.. Satiwetts do., iIFluiscels do. rarlicularatteiition paidlo OVEING. All his clolha ari W'oot Dyrd, and and belter colors Ihan can ba obtaincil in this vi cin.ty. The undcrfigned now lus his ina:biuery m successful operation, and ii ready lo re.'eive Wool to inanaf4cture by the vardr on ?hare Ai-so, will exehan-e Clo'h Sr Flefen Wool. Pulled !0l, elti and Tagj. II w.ll posilively it ai tvill or better in respect lo price of work. ir qualily and goodii'ss of clolh cxehanged. i any "ihe.- "i!l in this vicinit). Wool CanDisG and Cloth DltSMSC allri.d-d I" a u-ual C;)y H. W. WALkLR. N. B. Fifty rd north th-. hnJ ",J,"J V!'i'S". pleaseralland examine. H. SUPERF1NE Flourfor sale luw by o Ira Stewaiit. Old Parr's l,...

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. — 26 July 1843

a Kfrrfela Journal, Dcbotcir to Dolfttai, aiftrraturr. Sforfculturr, iHoraltts, (Srncral EntrlUscnce airtr jF.imflS ilcatifnrj. 4 H. BELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT.:JUL,Y 26, 1843. VOL. VI1I.-NO. 12. U PCBLISHED EVERV WEDNESDAY MOENIXG HOKTII E.fD OF T1IE 8BIDOE, BY J. COBB JR. by whom all ordcrs for prinling Boolts P.tmphl-jts, Bills, Cards, &c.,ofeverydes cription will be neatly and fashionably ex ecuted, at short notice. llfoftWf, V ll.ie ruleriber 82 00' 51-iil uiwrriirr. . 2 00 ltt I in ix mUhe..ffiCe Tho r lm t.ike of rmri1erj . . 82 00 ' It nui paM at .lieeml ofthe year 2 25 I Nu inpri "co: linueil until nrrearages are pald -epi ai thr fpti,.nofihe proprietnr. No panieit to (,rr.er-al M 'xcepl oracrro. ny .n-pn.pre.or AllciMnia taicatiunamustbe addressed tolheeditur PoT I'AIO .MISCELLANEOUS. For the People' Trfsa. THE LAST MEETING. A BALLAD. We met butoli, how ead llie oifrting! Tw-a but a moment ere "t-as o'er Anil oh! b.u tcarful recollectioDt One lools awok...

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. — 26 July 1843

pROTECTIO.V AOAI.NST FrEE TrADE. The whole araount of Foreign Merchant disc importcd into the United States in 16-11, was 8127,945,000. The duties charjcd on this amount was 814,487,000 bcing cleven and a half pcr cent. The whole amount of American produce ex portcd, during the same period to othcr xuntries, was 831,000,000. The amount of duties levied on this, was 8112,500,000 beinij one hundred and twenty-four per cent! The averagc value of Tobacco, cxported in 1839-40, was $9,225,045. The European duty charges were 812, 253,510 being over three hundred per ct! With these facts before the people, the Locofoco leadcrs advocate a reduction of our Taritr, as if to conciliate English and French commcrce, and call it reciprocity ! Troy Whig. Mr. Caliiou.n's Speeches. We inten ded to notice some days age, a gross de ccption attcmpted to bc passed of upon the public by soine friends of Mr. Calhoun of 5. C-, or, to speax more correctiy pcrnaps, by the compiler of the ctavo volumc re ceutl...

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. — 26 July 1843

by parly hacks and designing demagogucs. blind us to llie lrutli, that llie principlei and policj of Iho Whigs now are, in all their r.flrr .'Innlirnl vvilh fhnxfi which miilii iw""" wcre sustaincd by Washington, JelTerson, Madison and Monroe. WEST JERSEY AWAKING. Corrcepondence ofthe Tribune. Salem, (West Jersey) July 14, 1843. Gcntixmes : It givcs me great pleasure toinform you that thc wn.gsin .esi cr- . t mi.ln.r in nrennration for CVn' aiitu" b - i thc Fallcampaign. A meeting of the W hig. Conferccs from the fivo countries compo ting ihis (the 1st) Congressional District was hcld this weck at Bridgeport, at which rijtirc unanimity and good fcclingprcvailcd, , :.i...ct -nc mr.nifestr'fl for the anu a waiin uutiw " - tohold their Convention cf Delegalcs for the sclcclion ofa candidate for Congrcss for this District at SALEM, on Tuesdaythe "9i of August, nnd on the samo day a grand MASS M EETING will also be held hcrc lo rcspond the nominalion and listen tofomcsoul-stiriingappeals...

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. — 26 July 1843

. .LOB.vTK NOilCES. STvTF. 7F.RM0NT, lit-T i i .f A.idison, s. DE !t . d i Vit ata riobala Locr: rmliien al Mi l.llebury ii and fr i- tliilrict.of AdJitoi. o,.t .- 6 "t.l.yof Jul 1813. DmvU Rxh e.xecutor of tbe laitt will and tcvt.iment of SIMUEL AME8 n:o nf ai'l Nhnrrhim itwo.ietl. Mrnt h! nd iiinntr.ititin iircount for rillowuuee, nml it i tlifre ore onlered that tlre narne be exain ineJ fur nlUiivance liy said C'jurt, at u iession ti.cr-nfto be tield al tbe otTiee of U. II. Ii-ffc--! E-q. in ai.l Shoreham, on Tiiudy the 31 dav ofAugaii nejatiii cne oVlurkin is fiernoon and hat nctfoe ibereofbeiriv tjnilpers mti'icit d ihat ihey may np e.ir anl mike their tbr-cftros if any. ihey Lave 13 ttie a towance ofsaii n'ra ni-itraii'ii ae cOJni, by pabib "n(r a ccrliflcil rony of this orJer in ihe Middlebury People's Prcss, ihreo weeks succjssive'ly previuui lo ih linie of si.J eourt. J. BITSHNELL, Registrr, A irue copy tl'rerorJ. Aitet. J. 3. BUSHNELL, Heg. 10. STATE OF VERMONT, 7 Diiirict...

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. — 2 August 1843

iHilrMebitrg ' Pmpk 93. a arfftls Journal, Bcbote to Solftfcs, 3teratttre. ajjrfculture, iHoraltts, Cfcncral JSntclUBtntr an jfamits ftcatjtnfl. H. JBELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.-AUGUST 2, 1843. VOL. VI1L-NO. 13. l FUBLISHED rVERI WEDNESDAY UOSNIKG SOUTH E.VD 0" THE BEIDGE, HY J. COBB JR. bv vrhomall orders for printing Books Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,of every des cnptioa will be neatly and fashionabiy cx ccuted, at short notice. ttm of ltj!jl fgtorin. Village inbscribers $2.00 Mail fobseriber 2.00 Indiiidnali and Companiei who take at the office Sl'75orl'50 ccntsupaid in nx montbs. Tbo'e who take or Poslrideri . . . 92,00 If not paid at Ibeend oftbe year 2, 25 No papers discontinued until arrearages are paid except at the Option of the proprittor. No payrocr.t to Carriers allowed rxcept ordered bj the proprietor All commanications must be addressed to theeditor ToiT Paid. AGRICULTURAL. WOOL AND WOOLENS. Il has becn a standing accusation against ihe New Tariff t...

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. — 2 August 1843

H'cro was a scene worthy af the painter's nrt. It was in Carpenter's Hall in Philadel phia. building which (we learn by a recent nriicle) slill survives in ils original condi lion, thoujh now Ea.'rtlegiously converled, uo believe, into an auclion niart for ihe a!c ol cliairs and tables. thai tbo foriyfour in dividuals met to whom Ibe service was read. VAsmNGTOir was kneeling thnre, and He.nby, and Randolph, and Rotledgb. aml Lee, and Jay, and by ibcir side ihere tood, bowcd in reverence, Iba Puritan pnl riots of-Ncw Englcnd, who at iliat moment had reasoa to believe that an nrmed soldiery was wasting iheir hurrble household. Il . wns believed that Bas'on had been bombar ' rlcd and destroycd. They praycd fervontly Tor America, for the Congress. for Ihe pro. vince of Massachusetls Bav, and cipecially for the town of Boston ;' and who can leil izo the emolions with which they turned 1111plorinp.lv to Heaven for divina interposi iron nr.d nid ! 'It was enough,' says Mr. Adams, 'in melt ...

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. — 2 August 1843

disparago Ibc whig party, or Ihose who ad- ;io tirinrlnTpff. Tii sbnw llift rhnrac- 1 LtU t'i I - - . T ril: Ita innn teTlSHC OCCCUtJ' oi iu fjaivei, auu U3 in relation to tbis whig party wo subroit tho r " - rMinwin'T cxiract . . . . i i i.t i r m:j Oicuui " J . , ,rCatcd with that wanl ofcourlcsy nml de- kabie; ;VmpabV".ak7i;;olf cclebratcd as the niob town of Vermont. Probablvsome of his commenta upon prom incnt polilicians or upon the Whig nnd lcniocrntic parlies partook to much of free. dom of speech which is not readily accor dcd to pcople in that rcgion. Mr. Brad. burn of Mass. was lalely made awaro of this fact when nddressing n public mecling. Whether bcofiendcd in speaking too freely of tho idols of vhiggery,or concorning some olhcrs of a 'bascr sort' we nre not informed. Tho Peoplc's Prefs noticed nt the limo Mr. Sleam s speech at Middlebury, rcpre Frntin-itaboutasfairlvascouIdbeexpec. lcd, and inlimating that he was dcsirous to heanpointed Post Alasttrin that village. We...

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. — 2 August 1843

1843. NOTICE. 1843- THE Subscriberi happy to inronn tbeir old and new rusto'a.-rs, as wt II the pnblie snerally, thit they have jusl receivad well se iecled assortment of gnoda frora tbe Boston and Nw Vnrk mirkeln. rwrnlisrlv iitanted to Coun- trj trade. At the. unpreeedented ow prices of goods id maikct wo ie well aseurea mav ball not be undertold by any one. We arr de. tvrrcined lo f emier to the Farmer aud Mec.han.ie an equivalent fbrtheli produce wMeh hasfallon Jo the lowest point. We can conceive ofne rea- kon Ihat wtil hifttiftf askino old high PRICE for s;oodj when every thimj that is rendered in pavmenl is by unavo'dariie nectss'iy ai ine st ebb. Our assortment corapriscs eoodt ofthe Utrst fashion selected for Iha double purpose il p'easing the eye and durability ibility. Wehaveof DRY GOODS, Broal Clothsand Carsimcres a choire assorl' suenf. Gontls for sumrner wear, for Gent. vest ingj a superior lot, Chantdbs in paib-rns, a rich drticie foi Ladi. s' dresses. Frinted Lawns o...

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. — 9 August 1843

JtttMel 9C 22?ccftlj) JJournaL, Dcbotelr to JJolfttcu, 2tternturc. aflrftulture, jfHowItts, (ffcncml XntrlUjicncc atrtr jpamiln ivcatJtnrj. II. J3EL L, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.s::AlTGUST 9, 1843. YOL. VI1I.-NO. lC I rUBLISIIED EVEKr WEDNESDAT'MOHNIXO IfORTir E.1D OF T1IE BIUDOE, BY J. COBB JR. by whom a!l ordcrs for prinling Books P.tmphlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,of cvery des tription will be neatlyandfashionably cx ectited, at short noticc; j Vllhge itibseriber. ....... S2 00 Mail f ubseriberi 2 00 lodmdaaff and Companiei wlio take al the office $175 or 150 cents if paid in lix raomlii. Thore who taVt of rostridert . . . 2.00 If not paid at llieend of tbe year 2, 25 ! No papers discontinued unl.l arrcaragei are paid exccpt atthe option ofthe proprietor. No pajmeit to Carriers allowed cxcept ordered by thi proprieto , AllcommtinicatioQf mustbe addrcssed totbecdito Post Paid LARD OIL. i We call the atiention of our readcrs to . our correspoudent's letter from Cleveland ...

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. — 9 August 1843

theso bitter fiuits,appealing as they did, for n return to that policy, with a foree wbteh Id would scem to bo overwhelming, appeafed i - A l,arrn !n lK mtrc nf the in vain. -r ... -- government was ioevitable; but the change, ordained by the ruling dynasly, was not a remedy for the di&tresscs of tho pcople. Tliey again shot wildly to anothcr extreme, and for the most prodigal iasues of an un rcstricted and unregulated paper currency, thcy proposed, through llie Sub.Treasury, to sevtr the governraent from the people, nnd reslrict the business of the country, so far aa the Federal Government wn9 to havo any conrtol over it, to the nieagre nnd un ccrlain supply of gold and silvcr. A circula ting medium of more than500 millions.thcy would rcduce to less than 80 not more thnn twice the araount of tbe annual ex pcnditures of the government I This mcasure was resistcd by the people. Again and ngain was it defeated by their rcprescntalives, and Ihat, too, when a ma. jority of them were...

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. — 9 August 1843

r.L... ...1 r. torauuu w jwii . l2w'eariscme years have converted the gov- Cl l""1-"' o 1 J bankruptcy upon the nation, and ruin to all . . p .i i or,t ,ntn 3 mere enpine ol nartv. Dro i the empioymenis ui uie peupie. UBE D B f B'Sw! to the breach! Again-strike doivn the foes whom you dashed to the ground in 1840, and now breath only through your supineness. Rally, Rally, Rally ! Gire L's a full and fair array next Septem- ber, and nothing will prevent their utter annihilation in Vermont in thegreat battle r 18.U I NOMINATION OF MR. FOOT. We are happy to find from the papera jhat Mr. Foot's nominalion is iicatirly re sponded to in cvery seclion ofthe district. Magnanimously did the whigs of Windham nnd Bennington Counties yield all scclional I feclings and personal preferences to ihe sen. llnient of union, and ihe glory nnd safely of ihe whiz causo. Notwithstandintr a livelv in. icrcst wat felt bv the friends of dirTereni in. rlividuals whose namrs had been prcsenled os candidates a...

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. — 9 August 1843

k H, 1843. Vergennes and Buffalo Line. CANAL PACKET P , J. SHERMAN CAPT. F. SHAW, V'i!l commeiice her Irips un the 2d ofMay. beiween this Oiiy nd Bufftlo, RUNNING NIGHT & DAY. as follows ; I.E.Vt3 VERGENNES, EAVGS BuTFALO, May, - - 2, Mav, June, Jnly, Aus;. 6". pi. - b, June, Julv, Sept. Oct. 4, 29, 20, Uct. Nov. fliii Packet will he in Crst rate order, fir ih aeeo.nniodation of I'asseiigcrs &. reiglit, Vi.l Ipave Perzennes at 7 o'clock in the mornim: towedly S'cam Boat to Wl.itehall Freiht must be on board the dy previous. Th'?e movng, or visinng tneir Irieniis ta thc f.r West, will find ihis ll.e most expedi tiou, and at ihe same lime the cliepesl roule tin-v can lake. Those who choose to do so. can liave cvery facilitjr for boaiding them selves. Due attention will !ie paid t.i Pas !.-ii;ers by a carcful Captain and Crew. t'ci furihet pirticulats enquircof U, CHAPMAN. Agt. Vtrcenncs. tiA' 9. irt'DtT.i.n DAW &. DLO.G, ! 1 YvTStnues, .Match 29, 1313. 'jCm rrrj r l liver ...

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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