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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 September 1839

I! .... - EJBtK-M our etc-form, bow a Afti . f. In I lQTO VOL. V L . -vT rtSLUWKH tVKKT rrrvanu TKKMH Ailretii h,0Q per tit lure 74 rwli Cr t THL WOOD CUTTKU a talk or the ximmrri. ! Mr Jama Merttt. j Thoc only who hi.ve Dotted en th wa- L,oi tnai noun Htfm which meanders 'ougli the extensive forests o( acalterinr linlatior. of the south and itrtlrrn n-ciinn. our Bouin- country, will br ,.!.- nds suitably impretW with majestic ex- l ana powcriui rejourns of the United n. The steamboat nvijttton of tie Missis ri and .cr tributary rivers. k recently mint such atlrgrire of improvement, r ni in many reyptim, me commerce of Aiinta c stales, aud opens a channel for emigration of the hardy and eterpris sons of the more thickly ramiliird in of thu eastern section of our union. ! The Mississippi Valkry, i Deluding thu jMry ly.ng on the Yuer of that name and branch , w becotai more and more junto cuiterncfrfutpri; and ia rapidly pronng in agricultaw and th civiliaatiso iu inhabitants, lit caw...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 September 1839

Friday Morning, September 37, 1830. STATE DEMOCUATIC WHIG CON VENTION. Pursuant to n Vote of the Whig Convention, holden at Woodstock, on the 27th of June last, notice is hereby given, that a Convention of the Whigs of Vermont", Vill hd holden tat Monine- ller.on Wednesday, the 1GJA day of October next, for the purpose of appointing fivo Dele gates (o the N'ationalConveniiOh, which is to luevi ui uurnsuurg, in ucccmpcr next j nnu at' so to adopt suclrtnc&uresns mav be dccmpil necessary to maintain he political integrity of vriuum, us u,pHiriiH;c jiu sioamasi -uenio-oratlc W;Sta1ic". " It is dcsirabk'ftiat a dc le gation from every town in tne state should be present, and tho whigs of toe several lowus which are unrepresented by ffiends of ilic cause in the legislature, nrv earnestly desired to send a full delegation to the proposed convention. WM. UP14AM, 1 p. waTTton, . HA RUY'BRADLfe V. ' I State Central GEO. T. HODGES, f' Committee: CIIAKLES PAINE, CHS. K. HOPKINS, Sept. 12, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 September 1839

Haiitfo'rd, September 2l.' 1839. Immediately after jthe opening of tho Cir cuit Court ihis mornirig, Judge "Thompson aaiii tho Court were not rtrepareaVas yet, to difnoso of the enso onder considermfori Jiiullly, nnd Ihtit nny intimations ho might then throw out, ought not to bo taken as the 'ultimata views of tho Court. Ho enid the case was one hot free from great difficulties, anditho C6urt were embarrassed with tile right disposition of it. The three nirls. and all tho prisoners, had( been discharged alto- gemer irom nny criminal accusation. It now become a serious question what dispa sition shall be maduoftheiTi ; with the oth ers, as well as the chtldreu who had been brought before the Court on the writ of hd Icasorpvt ; for the embarrassment felt by thc.Courl extends lo oil the persons in custo dy. . v. x. Journal of Commerce, IT IS A FACT. That our Ohio loco foco government have sentnn agent to England lo borrow TWO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS, to be expend- eu uy wo hjcuo iu vjhiu i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 September 1839

t . i Xo$tr jr From ilia Suvnnnnli Gcorglun. SHE TOOK HEll LUTE. BY LIEUT. 0. W. FATTEN. She took her. lute from Yvhere it slept, And placed It.in the breath of Spring But when life breezes oer it swept, A wanton Zephyr broke the string; And. as its shriek died on the car. 'fhvain, (That cord's wild shriek when snnpp'd. in. With, measured sounds 'twas gncl to hear, The musing maid prolonged the strain. "Oh I thus tis thus with her who spreads V.'IIcr bosom-cords for Love (o wring ; 'Ills breath inconstant breaks the threads, And leaves the heart a tuneless thing 1" s She tore a ilow'ret frcm the shadej And bore it to the beams of day Hut, while the ligl)i around it playcd, It withered 'ncath the burning ray; And as she marked ench fragrant leaf Fast shrinking in the noonday glare, Again, with mellowed tones of grief, She sang along the scented air : "And thus 'tis thus with her, unwise, "Who courts the sun of passion's eye 5 'Mid lights that seem of heavenly rise, The startled dream...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 October 1839

, 4 V.E BMP Jffff P liWNTx. .'VI. BRATTLEBOEO, Vt. O'OtOBERT 18S9. VOL NO. r jrA4.vrT jr XT A.J lliJH A. mjIMBKKb evkuy fhiuay mousing, by War. 13. B.YTHER. TERMS JO' ADVERTISING. , ii cuusjucuousiy insericu at i,0 per square for 3 insertions, and 20 cents for each subsequent insertion. Less than a aliinr-76 cents for 3 insertions, and 12 1-2 cents for eacli subsequent insertion. THE STRANGER. AN IKTfinCSTINa TALE OF RKAL MFC. On the road between .Shrewsbury and Market Drayton in Sh 3ies the beautiful and picturesque village of nouucu n consists oi but one street on the declivity of thn sunny side of a hill; the principal, or rather the only Inn in the place, is the Blue Boar; it is situated nearly op positu to the public market hall or place, in which all sorts of meetings are held; being alternately converted into a dancing-school, n theatre, a methodist crmpel; a bill-room, Ac. as occasion may require. The church is little farther off, and the parsonage is, as usual, a white hous...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 October 1839

VERMONT PMCEIVIX Frltlny Morning, Octobci1 4, 1830. STATE DEMOCRATIC WHIG CON , . VENTION. Pursuant to a vote of the Whig Convention holdcn nt Woodstock, on the 27th of June last. notice is hereby civen. that a Convention ofth Whins of Vermont, wi'.l be holdcn nt Montpc ,ller,on Wednesday, the 10i7i day of October next, for the nurnosu of appointing five Dele gates to the National Convention, which is to meet nt Hnrnsburg, in December next ; nnu ai i,n m mlnnt Riicli measures ns may bo deemed necessary to maintain the political integrity o Vermont, as a patriotic and steadfnst Demo oratic Whiff Slate. It is desirable that a dele gatlon from every town in tho state should bo present, and the whig of the several towns willed are unrcprosenteu oyiricnusujuietuusi.- in the legislature, nre earnestly desired to send n full delegation to the proposed convention WM. UPIIAM, W T WALTON. HARRY BRADLEY, State Central ORO. T. HODGES. f Committee, OHARL.ES PAINE, CHS. K. HOPKINS, Sept. 12, 1830...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 October 1839

From the l7liilad. Nat. Qaz. of Sept. 30. I10UIIID MURDER. Xlm morning, about 9 o'clock, a most shocking case of assassination took place, which has intensely excited public attention and sympathy, T'he daughter of an Eng lishman, namejd James Wood, tho proprietor of a largo confectionary storo in Chestnut street, opposite Independence Hall, was mar ried aboutjour weeks ago to a young man, a mechanic, without tho knowledge or consent of her father. On Friday last tho father was informed of tho marriage, on which ho im mediately closed his store, nnd sinco then has behaved like a madman. Tho husband went this morning lo the houso of the father-in-law, in the expectation, it is said, of effect ing a reconciliation with him, What immeJ iimieiy louoweu nas not yet transpired. Wood, however, called his daughter up stairs, haying previously provided himself with a pair of loaded pistols. Whether he discharged one or both of them 'we have not heard, but he shot the unhappy girl, one ball e...

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

Frdm ids London XVrMy DlapateM "fcOOD IIYE!" Farewell! farewell! soften heard ..From the lips of those who pnrl j Tis a whispered tone 'tis n gentle word, But it springs not from the heart. . It Inny serve for the lovcr'a closing lay, ,To be snug 'ncath a summers sky But give (o tne the lips that say Tho honest words "Good bye I" .Adicu l adieu l may greet the ear, In the guise of courtly speech j But when wo lcavc,tbe kind and dear, 'Tis not what the soul would teach. Whene'er wo grasp tho hands of those Wo' would have for ever nigh j Tho (lame of Friendship hursts and glows In the warm frank words "Good bye!" The mother, sending forth her child To meet with cares and strife, Breathes thro' her tears, her doubts, and fears, For the loved one's future life. No cold "adieu," no "farewell" lives Within her choking sigh ; But the deepest sob of anguish gives "God bless thee, boy ! good bye!" Go, watch the pale and dying one, When the glance has lost its beam When the brow is cold ns th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 October 1839

..t ... . t r' .f , - VIII.' . i . s , v rn imvrtn.. . .. mmmmmmmmmm , , , - - BHATTLEBORO, YUOCTOBER 11, 1830. NOi fc rJERMQjVT PJIQEjV IX. runusichn kvkky friday morning, by WM. B. ItYTHEB; TEIIM8 OP ADVERTISING. Atl verlisemcnts conspicuously inserted at f 1,00 persijuare for 3 insertions, ami iift, ecnis fcr each atHui Umentm; 'Lm' (Mna lartfccMtjS Jbf assertions,;. 12 1-2 cents (or cadi subsequent insertioh. " ' ssrf-- - ,- For the Phoenix, NIGHT. The veil of night o'er shades Thd verdant landscape round ; The busy world M hushed ., .,. In silence deep, profound. Niehl "is (lie time to slcen. Tin wcaiy limbs to rest. Night is the. timc to weep, ' ,'' ! And ease the troubled breast. Night is the time to pray, ' ,' Tplifl the heart to God ; . And tiend the sacred way The previous Savior trod.( -s .. , Night is the iiroo to read, ' " ' The word that God lias given, ' Our wanJ'ring steps to, guide,. And poini our souls to Heaven. "4 P .Night is' the time' to maurrf For friends vio ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 October 1839

THE SOUTIimiN-MONOPOL' Oilr readers may, perhaps, be nwnre of (lie f, ...... ., . 11 i . , . . , . . Loiuiii circulars" laiciy issued, in consc- ipicnfo of a falling olf m the price of cot ton in foreign markets. A short time sincci n circular Was issued, proposing a magnificent operation to secure the colton crop iVom fur ther depreciation injnrlccjby menns of a combi nation ol banks, capitalists and planters, who -miro to hold on to tho article, until buyers would be compelled to give them their price. This was so worded that it was supposed that tiro United States Hank was 01 the bottom of the scheme. This, however, was nbl the case, und was promptly denied by the organs of the tank. Mr S. V. S. Wilder, we believe, was ome way concerned in the scheme, but Gen, Hamilton, of South Carolina, was at the hot torn of it. Morc'rcccntly a circular has been isucd by a few distinguished southerners, who happened to meet in New York, among which we notice the names of Gen. Hamilton, and Got...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 October 1839

From the Journal of Commerce, 3TRUCT1VE CONFLAQ NATION. Monday, October 7. Ibout hnlf-pn&t 1 'clock vcsicrdav (Sun- ) morning, n fire broke oui in the fur Eo'ofStf)lK'ii A. Hnlsev.No. 189 Wnler tnenrly opposito tliu United States Ho- (lutu Holts). Iho storu wns nniiu jruuglily on fire wilhin, before the nlnrin b given : nnd there bt intr n fresh wind, tho men were: baffled in their efforts to sub- ) tho Humes until property had been des eed to the nniotinl of near a Million Vol ts, his iniicli the cruatcst firo thru hn Burred lu're sineo the mcmornblo confla- Elliott of Di'i-finhi'r Ifl'f, l'l... .,.:.. , t , , T 111- 111, III? iiuro bounded tv Water. Pulton. From Hurling streets, is n hetiu of ruins: t'r. )t five, or six stores on Pulton street, fonlv k! on tlmt street being wholly destroyed,) M one on Front street, next to thu comer I'Ulton. Some of these, remaiiiinr build. are badly duinaireil. The entiru snimn. is devoted to commercial business. Mtinv the stores were burnt w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 October 1839

nan eating a tviMB'erry, tho proprie tor 01 tnu morning vJwromcle, has now an incoriieof 10,000 per nnnuiii. Bom in the hotlh of Scotland and havinir received U good classical education, at the 'age of twenty ho walked to London to seek his for I'ltR'. He had left, on his ni rival, two atid dxpence. For some tjuie ho nearly slur 'veil. At length hu got employment and small wages from the editor ol tlio Mor nine Chronicle, and subsequently ho be- enme tho principal editor, and then partner nnd fltinll v solo proprietor. At the wro of (orty hu was wealthyi Happening to make 11 journey into the country, he saw in a mil liner's shop n trlrl with whose beauty nnd manner he whs greatly smitten. He bear ded leave to repeat his visit; n't iho second interview ho told her ho would marry her. but added, "1 nrn a man of fortune, nnd wish to live hospitably, nnd to make my friends happy at home. I am not accustomed to frociety, nnd must hnvu d wife who can 'do the honors of my housn with grnco ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 October 1839

" &fr7- - - Terrrr, 1 p 1 1 : i x. VOL, VL BRATTLEB'ORO, Vt. Q C T 0 JB E 11 18, 1839. J-unnsHun kx eky jnuuay mornino, nv WM. JB. ltYTHEK. THIUIS OF ADVUUTISING. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at Si 00 per square for 3 .insertion's, and !20 cents Tor each, subsequent insertion. Less tliun a square ! To cents for 3 Insertions.' and 12 1.9 From the Knoxvtlte Tim A. LEAN NOT ON EARTH, nv x Cadv. t.ean not on Friends ! they will not stand The test of Time and change-) . Tlie smiling face the opening hand And heart half wailling to expand . A trifle will estrange . u Lean not on Friends. Lean not on Wealth I for quick; alas 1 The winged meteor Hies And all your golden dreams may pass And wither like the summer grass Which soon in autumn 'dies. " " " Lean not on Wealth. y Lean not on Fame! a hollow blast, It sounds and dies away: ' "t Glory's dright flash can never last And Honor's gleam is quickly pass'd, A hiigla uncertain ray. -Lean not on'Famc. "Lean not on Earth ! a broke...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 October 1839

State Legislature. From Walton'a Dully Jonrntl. Thursday.' Oct. 20. 1839, The Members of the Senate and House of Representatives having met at the Statu I louse nt Montpelicr, pursuant to the laws of the Stale, at 9 o'clock, A. M., each body was called to order, nnd the following pro ceeit intra ensued : Senate, -On motion of Mr Lawrence, the Senate pioccedcd to the election of Nokman Williams, Secretary. Wm. Weston, Assistant Secretary On motion of Mr Kittridgo, the Senate proceeded to the election of Chaplain, and Rev. Burl W. Smith, was elected. Mr Converse orcscnted a resolution nrovi tlihg for the nomination of County officers VU briday.itnd their appointment on Satu tliivncxt. Tho .Resolution passed. Mr Hodges, of Rutland, from the House, upncatetf; and informed the Senate ol the or garuzation of the Houso of Representatives, by tho appointment of Carlos Coolidge, Speaker, and Ferrnnd F. Merrill, Clerk pro tern. On motion of Mr Picrpoinr, the House Mas informed of the organiza...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 October 1839

the other public funds devoted to this pur pose, should defray a largo share of tho ex panse of our common schools, and leni'e up. ftn the TCcioicntS of their lifni.fii l!nU v,r'J burden but thclTjpianngcmcnt. This object has, to n great, and' perrinps sufficient extent, been already accomplished by the reccni np. I i- - - " "ivwmiJiua VIVIP ue. Under Uieao circumstances, it would uiuiciuib- aitin mv uuiy 01 me Legislature so for to vary tho application of tho income of this fund, for the time being, ns most of. fcctually to carry out the beneficent views of its founder?. Andsiucu the specific ob- icci ior wiijcn me lund was established has been anticipated probable bv it could hardly Ire considered a breach of the trust reposed in us to make the proposed ap. plication; nlwnya providing, however, that the principal shall in no way be diminished. I am led to these remarks by the consid eration tjf tire fact that, at .vaiiouVlitncs a disposition has been manifested to divert some of t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 October 1839

New Yohk Review 'The 10th No. of tlie -New York Review Iks made its appear nhK. Ii c6(nrlst's' 520 onees. largo 8vo nnd both ns to matter nnil manner is cleverly imiI nn. Wu conv ilia annexed pnrairrnpl from a4 review of Prof. Tucket's "Theory o Mnnhv nnd Banks Investigated.": 'l 'I'lili iin of our reasoriittfr brines us then o iheconcltislonrthnt banks of some kind dr Ctlier are a mailer both of public convenience nnd public safely they give to private cred its facility nnd scctirijy. iiuu we no uunu ori in the country, we should still havecred - it nml ilinm credits constituting naner tuon fry. Individual Securities would supply llio lMaccof bank securities, nnd the only nil J'er'enco would be, thnt Iho natioh would hnve n naner circulation, less convenient, nnil iMSftnie our rmner inoneV would be one of petty localities, of streets nnd neigh "borhoods, unfit for general circulation,-: men pnbld of settling exchanges, und requiring the actual transmission of coin in nil pay- infil...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 October 1839

m uji mm mr r' r, - 1 P HIE W IX. ' . ' A l. '. i - TT IfTir HD KVfcllV ntmu unn..... . - - - --. nunninu. hi n itji . . .. . . square far 3 insertions, nml -Jri nnik subsequent insertion. iLfs. tl.n cents lor d insertions m,,l id i.o cacLsubscqucnUnscrtion. tlirro be on earth ;a -pot ,II1U .ICiniMKf unlia ., 1 1 1 -n I u, n . i lll-fA III . riwlini F.-......I.. " ll.Uh lVp( mmgies nil me Cup of life; trie ue n world rri,u.. iicic ikj n rriuge Mirt - retreat from toil uu J rare, , ; ; uio iicari may a dw.MI.m nn,l r. ui iimiiy joys coninincu, every I'celinr- cierv run. . CC III IHin WUIlltl IIK'jMi M -A.- v . K IIomv! a Iioraeoflore! u; e vircie xor ucspalcA.' i , ? cr llincllins. fin thn ngland States for "Public Thanks- ? . w .iwi v Ulip Ul lilt" nil 'rnifnc'l .4 I i mai somebody more than thu circle I rf V w uivuiUtU assembled was expected. As the mil nl ntinn - ; r -.ww. w unut u 1 light on thMirn lfnnt rinnm C : happy, because, as ive have intin.nti.H the cold nntipatory chickv...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 October 1839

j J 1 STATE DEMOCRATIC WHIG CON VENTtON. At a Democratic Whig State Convention liold at the Freo Clinch in MontpcHcr, on Wednesday the ICth, inst. pursuant to a call from the" Stato Ccnttral Committee His Honor David M. Camp was called to the chair, fend A. G. Chadwick Estj. was appoin ted Secretary protein. On motion, the Choir nppoinlcd Messrs. Charles Paine, Robert Pierpont, and Julius Converse, a Committee to roport to this Convention the names of a - i ii r.i. pet oi otticcrsior mo orgamzuuuii ui mu juu' cntion. . . t, ,.un mouon, ivicssrs, wiiiiam amur, ouiu rL"'.'Snn- nv,ni o nrl nt! v,ir .P. Hlinndlnr wore on. minifcl a committee to report a series of res- uiuuons suiiauio lur muuuumivii vnu.a wm .JO '.Vp'rilWh V,4.Thocomtnitteo Jo nominata officers fortho .; 'Convention, alter a snort aosenco reponeu the following i For President David M. Camp. For Vico Presidents. iSamucl C. Cmfts, David Crawford, 'Jedediah H. Harris, Hemau Allen, James Bell, Moses Strong, Samuel H. Holley...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 October 1839

Confession o f a Murderer.-'Vho Hamil ton (N. Y.) Pallndium contains tho confes aion of Lewis Wilbur, a murderer, who wns hahged nt ilorrisviloa few days since. The following is an account of his execu tion The 'prisoner met his fate with much 'more calmness and fortitude than was ex pected. His religious advisers had labored with great assiduity to fortify his mind for Ihe awful catastrophe which awaited him, and when (his shackles were taken off he arose and with a hrm step walked into the hall of the jail, where1 preparations had been irtado for his execution. The sheriff soon adjusted the Tope about' his neck, and he was almost instntitly'lttunched 'into eternity; In stead'of being dropped from ascaffold, he Was Il'rnwn iip'by a weight, which "was at tached to tho other end of the rope that pas sed over two pullies mortised intoto beam, wjiicli was. inserted above tho stnirs. Hu drew np his shoulders twice after ho was drawn op, which was the only sign of life he exhibited. A la...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 October 1839

r,rc fx 4 1 For llio riitcnlx . by rending the . , , .. Bloody Untile. j, The awful dtn of war, ihn clndinrmn, Each trnrabllng nerve, rncli softer thought nl.irmr. S O Why bould mallet rage, nnd enry reign, And purple goro o'ctfprcnj.llio verdant plujnl - Ye frientU of peace, come form Mwccter hand, . jWlier1 frlMxMiip frill Iho Iteniiy corp command, And nodding plumca which wnrrtora Alton wear, ) I'lHtrtcrjiice with braldlngi of your liulr. vi, In Ije off word and urmi mpcilily line, . , WUea e'er ton form lha regimental lino. -pm. iHtjoiig"ln Mrh hnnd the bought of pence iluOl wave, t WlThf Bfoud chilli there be itylvd the great and brave. ullfe,-'lM8. L n A SKETCH T?ROM LIFE. A'nlold fellotv. whoso nnmo we vet! under tlutof Hunks, died in the adjacent town of "Chnriestown Inst week, who wotilo; nave 'beer! a capital subject for Dickens, & might huvVsat toScoit for hisinimiiablecharncturof .Trnpbols in the Fortunes of Nigel. Ho waste inisurlyclose-fisted old hunks,, teal 'skin...

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