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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 May 1838

NOT THE GLORY O F C JE S A R H If T TUB W E I, F A HE OF no IW K . BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1838. VOL. XI No., 569 VAKIKTV. THE KISS KUOM THE FRENCH. I'linuks lo my gentle, absent fricnl, A ki-ss joii in your Idler scut! ! tlnl illi I I he. thrilling i-liarm is lost, In ki-seii lliiit nimo liy post Tnat fiuil r.in nnl tusu-fiil tic, Wlicn gnilicn-d, niching, fiom ilic' Ircc ! TEA vs WINE If wine iii pniron sn ij lea Only in iinuilirr fdinpc: What matter wliellicr nno is killed Uy canister or grapel MULTIPLYING A SlTiltT. As Tom whose end ofpoveily was (Lulled, Lay sung -in lied uliilc his one etiirt w8 washed, TliR (I. line Hppnnrcil, nnd holding it to view, She paid, '11 washed titi in, 'nvill wnsli in two.' Indeed!' cries Tom, I licit wash ii.piny good cousin And wash it, if yon can, into a dozen !' UNMARRIED LADIES. I consider an unmarried Indy, declining ino" tbo vaij lif years, as one (if those jia""iiii countries t'.,. 'during tin Chum, Mnt lii-s caste, for want or" ,....

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. — 18 May 1838

I j i j ! i inin led men lint over liv mI, nnd in nil points of character nnd Intellect, Cont r.il ittg mml honorably with nt lout ono nidi v'tdnnl wlm liiu sn'ico held hu hH'ho (hoy did n tit suffer even Mr. Whit Id rsrnpc without imputation am! ccn-urc. In oho or two Instances, ho hail rendered sonic professional sot vice in which t ho Uh'h.mI States woro interested, hut whiclultd not cntnn within Ihc duties nf his office, and ofi'ored n h-oii'minto mbject. of nil ex'tn charge. For tlna he claimed si tnidorali.' fee, lln acceptance which elmckinyly scandalized tho purifiers and rolormors ol the day. Thoy woro dispHcd to retrench tho cxpnnscd of tho Mtorncy General, which then nniounted to 000 fur the office, nnd 100 for n c'orkship. In 103 1, Mr Attorney General llo ri.un receive d 'or compensation 1,000, wiihiui extra of i',I.'jO gl ,300 fur clerk and mrs.k'iirer. a id $ "jOO for llio very convenient item of "contingent expenses." The same wat tlio expenditure of 1 035 but in IHO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 May 1838

NEW & CHEAP GOODS. T' Illfi Ktlllvcn!icra hiu now opening n - n.cri,t rnntlt nf BrilUMIi '-rv . wwi purchased nl the Into packngu snlo in YaiUfor cadi, nntl offer ilium for m prices much lower limn they l.nvo k..L,n Imnn ,,(T..r,wl ill lllU lllnrl.-nt. Now f-alo ni ever Jfy 10. I n"3It. HicKot; fc Catmn, WEW STORE & NEW GOODS. .'i v Se 2' a n o r "ORG leavo lo give nntico thnt thoy have JLJ taken the nuwlv lilted up store, west -side Church-strcct, two doors ohovo the quart, whero lltey have just received nnd opened nu entirely now ami uentiUlul stock o f Fanci nnd Staple Dn Goods, enntisting in part of r'ch figured nnd plain Silks, Chttlys, "Mometine de lainc," I'ronch print ed Cambrics nnd Muslins, English nnd American Calicos, Otntlis nnd Cnssimcrcs together with a great variety of fancy ar ticle.-', winch v:ll bo sold Cheap for Cash May II- NEW GOODS. PDOOLITTLE is now receiving from New York his spring supply ol Goods, ennsisti ig of n general nnd well sclented nnriincn...

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. — 18 May 1838

The itptilnli'in of ti'lihh now Ircomr ttlablhhrtl ns the lRT''ji.i;iwy.XtMiiOW,vlMais,ASTi!llA, ' JUIiOOS), APf AI.Ij API'JJOTIOA'S PRKPATtKIl ONLY BY TtlK SOI.K I'UOPHIKTOI DANIEL aODDARD, No. 8 Gold St. NEW-YORK. In presenting lids useful mildly tit llio public, llio Pia prlctor U nutlinrlzcd by n I'liyslrl.iii, trout whom Ilia Kcclp. was rutillilciitlnlly nltnlnnl, to Mute, thnt liu lini lifi'il J, lilmsrll', Mini In lib cmhisIVo pmcum In Pulmonary ntl'to tiuns, ullh nstniilsliliig efl'ict. Tliu liappy conililnntlon C' vcgclablo mili.-tanee, ol'ulifcli It Ij i-mlrcly coinpiiaeii. nro peculiarly adapted to diseases of the Lungs,, Liver, aav Slonnicli. Tills meillclno hm bri-n used very extensively, nnd th-. pmpiittor Im- ni t Kiuiwii a pintle liirtiinro In wfiicli It I t t.illeil In giinn relief In !! -111.1 lorwltn-li It Ij tecominenrt iilj eeii In ci'.-cs nppinucliliifr l" coimiinptlon, iiliend.-d with Meeilln" til llio l.iin, ninl uhoro (ill other U'lncdlS" liail I'.iilril, th...

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. — 25 May 1838

... if Mi-t" it n n,mu'r"rg N O T T II 15 S I. O U V O F C Ai S A U 1' T T II E W E . V A HE O F K O M E . UY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, MAY 555, 1838. VOL. XT No .570 HMfjf glttyXt ygjjon: JFyf Jp$ j$& From ilic New England Farmer. THE DIRDS, A roKM, IN MKTUK FKKE AND EASY. O thou, uho, story tellers say, Taught old Ti iptolcmua the way To f llotigli , anil sow Ami leap, nml mow, The fields to beautify, anil dress, and rig, Just as a li.ubcr used to do tlio parson's wig ; To f.ill 1 1 10 foicsls, mid the plains adorn Willi lieiliage, and witli wavy corn ; To speak in brief, Biiglit inollicr Cci cf, of tlio golden eheaf, Come, lend lliy aid, Else, I'm afraid, I cannot, shall not, must not "go alieiid." That's jint enough of imoeatiou : I always lulu a ittiff'd oration, Tlic gods and godesses lo pulT and daub : I'll not, but ollicrs may pcifurm the fulsome job. Kaunas, intend ! Fob! that 'a too blunt : "I'll leave lo amend," As lawyers fay, when in a hobble, And would an inucntlo cobb...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 May 1838

jjju J.m j in mi r ' iittiii',ALU!1r,"-iqjJM' i'Kl I) A Y ftl O II N I N G, Al A Y 05. The Steamer IJnrlinglon, in cou-rqiiencc of an accident to her nincliincry, lias been detained al Whitehall since Tuesday, and il will probably be some days before sho will resume her trips. In the mem time, Hie M'Dnnough, dpt. Phillips, will ta!(o licr place in I lie line Mr. Woodbury, Secretory of the Treas ury, ha? been nominated by Gov. Hill, to bc'Chlef Justice of ilic Superior Court of New Hampshire, and the nomination has been confirmed by I lie Council. Report say-? that Auius Kendall is to succeed Mr. Woodbury in the Treasury Department, and that Isaac Hill is to be Post Master General. The Treasury Note Bill has passed tlio House, 100 to 09. The nest day a rccon Mdoration was moved. Vote 110 to 100. The speaker voted with the nays, which made a lie: and the bill was rent to the Senate, where il was warmly debated, but finally pased, by a vote of 27 lo 13. So the government is in funds ag...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 May 1838

SILVER! SILVER! CfULVRlt Dining. Desert and Pickle V ) Foil.', Silver Table, Desert. CnlTee on (I Ton Spoons, Silver Cream, Mustard and Suit Spoons. Silver I'lain and Claw Sugar Tung, Silver Hotter and Fruil Knives, Silver nursing Tubes, Ci'flin Plates; Rallies ami Whistle. Silver side mul back Combs, some beautiful Pattern,", Silver Tweezers, Scissor Cases and Silver handed Scissors, Silver Chains, Keys, llutgs, Pencils and Plaques, Silver Cups. Silver Vincgarcttes or perfume Bones, and other articles of Silver, at I ho Variety Simp. I'AManunN St nni.NS.MAti). May SilvcrSmiths JJnnch and keg Raisins, Eng lish Currants, Cilrnn and suit shell Al innntl. Nno Fruit bv Wait & Taikiu. that A few doz. Bettys Table Oil Fresh and very nice by Wait Si T Alton, X E am iii(ninc t superior assortment V! of Gumls in the various lines In which we trade; most nfthe articles which wo were out of in April, can now be had of 11., and lo our ureal variety, we linve nil ded very many articles, usef...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 May 1838

wnw i3ioiiA!vi covan syhui, The rtpitt'ilion of V'tici now hccoini. tit'tbthhctl as tho nmit Mfvaml iffieaeimi rtinnti tvtr di.covtntlfor iNri.i'j'iNir.t'oe.m'. c:u:mn, ah th.ua, H'ir.(Kii,n(J vn 'Hit, wvt'Tixu ov I!l,tJ!)Ji, A INI) Af.l, ArfliCXlON.S r--w1 , 7) If- 5 rJ- XL. ' --W mmsm I'ltlPAlt)'!) ON'I.V nv TIIK SOI.K I'HOPllIIVrOl UANlliL UODDARD, No. S Jou St. NKW-YOtti:. In prrspiitlnjjttila iircftil rcmrdy tn iliu public, tlio ViO pricfir U amhnrlmlby n I'liy ilcl.nn, froi.i whom llic llrcip rn colillilriitlally nblnliirri, lo btntc, lliat ho lins usoil i; liimcll, niul In lili eMPii'-lvn prfctiro In Pulmonary tilTce lions, with nMniuliing i fleet. Tlio happy combination o: vegetable siibitaiirc.t, tifwlilcii it l.i entirely composed, nro peculiarly adapted to diseases ofllie J.migj, Liver, trj Sl'iinnch, Tliit tnt'itlclno Inn hern used very extensively, and the prnpiluor hai tint known a tingle instonro In vvlifcli it hus lulled in I'iviint roller In lilsonsc.fi I'ur which I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 June 1838

fa 3$ttXttt&tim ffixtt fflvt NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAK HUT THE W E L F A UE OF HOME. BY IX. B. STACY. FRIDAY, JUJVE 1, 1838. VOL,. XI No. 571 For tlio N. E. Fanner. THE FIELD OF WHEAT. I have n little garden spot; 'T is daily my delight ; I Ficinl :i pleasant huur in 't, At morning, noon, and night. 1 cultivate the beau, llie pea, The eariot and the beet ; Bui yet, I wish I'd land enough To raieo n field of wheat. 1 rove around the neighborhood, And view each fertile spot, The verdant close, the blooming hill, Tlio fragrant clover lot ; Dut yet there's no one half so fair. No perfumo half no tueet, As that enjoyed, when passing by My neighbor's ,tctl of wheal, I ken the man nf Mattakees, And him f Dancing-hill ; They both knuvv how to farm it right, A I'd both can wield a quill. In theory, and in practice too None better do we meet ; Yet one, he is for raising corn, The other is for. toheat. T is very strange with men of senso Such difference pliotiM be ; Ay, with such worthy gent...

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. — 1 June 1838

P UID AY M O UN 1 iN flt JUNE 1. cjoi; .N'rFiioN v t: nt t on. Tlio Whigs of ilio Counly of Uhilirnden, nro hereby requested lo meet in convention lit Magic Hall, in Wlllision, on Monday tlio ISili itny oTJuna insl., nl 10 o'clock A. M., to nnminalo itto Son.i. tors for said coinily, inul for ilin iinnsacllon of oilier important business, ll is earnestly desired lli.il cacti ion n in llic coinily bo iciic!cnicil by at least llll'CO UClCglllCi!. .10I1NN. l'OMRROY.1 j a mi's i. curi.cit, ! Wm P. BR'tUfiS. t County Comm. JOSEI'II CLARK, J TOWN MKJM'INt.'. Tlio IVhigs of ilin town of Uiiilington nrc re quested In meet nl Howard's Hotel, un Monday ivening next, lit Imlf pai petm o'clock, for tlio purpose ofiippiiiiilin.' delegates lo the contention nt Wllliston, un llic IS li inst. I exiiJi-ui-aaiK!K fcae STATIC CONVENTION. A Stale Comcnliou of tho Democratic Whigs of Vcrmo'il, nml of nil Ficcmcn of (ho suite opposed to llic unwise nnd urinous measured of the present tin-1 past Nmionnl A...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 June 1838

IRON, STEEL, &,c. Ions Swedes, English, Russia told sable, Peru roiintl, square, band, Horse fIioo. or overy variety nnd sizo ot Iron. FIVE TONS Sanderson's cast, American, spring, German, English, blistered Stool. A.ill."l. Ul,n.,,,l. S,,t0 Unno. Porks, Scythes, Trace- Chains, Waggon and Cart Boxes &c. tSic. by J)3I, '30. T. P. Sf W. L. Strong . , .SALT u , , f( Sacks Liverpool dairy bait, by T. P. Sf W. L. Stiio.no. May 31.1 fl3B. Sheep Tobacco. Oflfin lus. Sheep Tobacco by ' p V. L Strong. 7'. iV W. L. STRONG OFFER on rr.ost reasonable term?, in lots to suit purchasers, GO chests II. S., Y. II., Hyson, Pou- cliong and Bohca Teas. 25 kegs and boxes plug and cav. Tobacco, 40 bags Coffee, Spico and Pepper. 50 boxes bunch Raisins. 40 boxes liar Soap. Ginger, Cloves, Sal-Erntus, Pipes, Cassia, &c. &c. Mny 31, 1830. IiYMA.1V & COJLE, HAVE received their usual assortment jof Spring and Summer Goods, con eisting in part of ihe following articles : Blk and col'd Silks,...

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. — 1 June 1838

If KW tiKUTlj ?4M COWGIH SYIii;i, The rrputiiliriH of n. Am imm leeomt tffoblishctl as the virxl safe awl efiiuieinu manly trcr discovered for HVt'Iily-IlNKA'OSiMSCOIMi UN, ASTHMA, vnoirj.i; otxisa, siiTTiio of Itl.'HID, .X3 Atiffi At'I'lICI'IONS Tits-: i.vsus. rnr.PAnitn ojci.y iiy thk sole rnopniKTol , DANIEL GODDARD, No. 8 Gold St. NEW-YORK. In prcsenllns lU useful remedy to tlio public, tlio Trth jirittor U mitlinrl.cilliy a Physician, from whom the lleclpo vtai cotifliluiillally nbtnlnci), to etntc, (lint ho lias used It himself, nml In lih cxtenslvo jirrictlro In Pulmonary title, lions, with nttonlsliltig iflirt. Tlio happy combination oi vugctnblo nibstmicM, of which it Is entirely composed, uro peculiarly adapted to dlscastj of the Lunga, Liver, and St'imach. , Tlila nicillclnc lift.-i been mcil very extensively, nml tho proprlttor lin net known n tingle Instance In which It he failed in giving relief in illscnns for which It la recommend, edj even In casci approaching to co...

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. — 8 June 1838

NOT THE G L O 11 Y OF CjE S A U HUT THE WEI.FAltE O F K O M E . BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1838. VOU XI No. 572 ATTACK OP THE BOA CONSTRICTOR. DV MI13. ANN 8. Stephens. A cloud of gorgooiis light flashed over ino sKy, spread upward nnd nuruad, and, for a inoinont, the rich colors of tin Eastern sunrise pictured t lititndol ves upon the lion zon liko an arch of fretted jrold and pow dorcd gems, broken and irmgular now Btnnding out in abutments of fiery light or sinking back to tlio depth of the sky in caves of crimson, purple and pale violet, tflon flinging up turrets of amber and soft rose color to the zenith and at last molting away in a sea of shoot gold as the sun rose from behind the groon trees of Hindustan.' It wa3 the hour of worship; the dawn hnd scarcely broken over the Ganges when the snowy Icinple9 and picturesque mosques which stood bedded in the foliage, and crowded the rocks which bIioI over the stream with their drapery of creeping vines, were flung open. Prom ev...

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. — 8 June 1838

Bfmcd force: mid immediate measures will bo required lo HfTurtl ntnplu prolcclion to British vessels in our writers, or nil ennfi. donco and iniorcoii ro will bo broken up. "I hnvo thought it advisnblo that Gen. Cross, of tho militia, should call out one or two companies of dragoons, to go to French Greek i whither 1 eliall proceed with the sheriff this afternoon. "No person to our knowlcdgo was re cognized as having been engaged in thif outrage, but individuals residing otFr'cnch Creek havo been missing for several days." From Jason r airparks, Deputy war. elial: "I intend immediately (o repair lo French Creek with Doctor Carrier, tho collector, and nnofliccr, authorized to call out the militia if necessary. A letter has just been received from French l,rcek calling for a force to protect them from boing burnt to night os a measure of retaliation. "All is excitement here; and a rumor is nfloal that the arrangements of tho pirates woro to make a simultaneous attack upon oiglit diffe...

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. — 8 June 1838

susceptible of proof that llio working gar., doner was only a tenant, and neglected Ins duty bo much that a writ of ejectment was served upon him. 17. S. Gazette. For llio Burlington Free Press. THE SONS OF LI II EM Y. riltST rOKTlCAL EISA V IN tNOLIIH. Liko clouds by (lie wind plial.inxcd deep, Tlio Soib of proud Liberty Mine, From (tie valleys unci niuiiiimin.i' liigli tleep, Tlie fields, unit llio lemples of fnino; From die luilU of plc.iiure unci pride, And rush'd on liicir blood-thirsty fuci, Like (he tvnvoof llio billowy tide, With llio might of an earthquake' deep throes. The plough was left standing nlons, The cries of die mother and cliWd, And the maiden's henrl-tlirilliits groan, Were lost in the cries so wild j The clangor of war I allied fast The freemen that tyranny made, The hour of lorhc.irance had past Their pledges were valicntly paid, Liko giants refreshed with new wine,' Or storms that had gathered for ycirs, Sim hurst like the death-sleeping mine, And won "Indepe...

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. — 8 June 1838

JUEW IJIMaAiVI Oi;II SYRUi, The I epilation of which Ami now becomt. ctl'tblislml as the most safe ami sfficacioui remedi ever discovered for INrLUJ3NKA,C01illN,C0t;:2IN,AKTIini.i wiiooii(K(; cot'ai, simttiiyu oi Itr.OOll, ANit .IMj AI'TKO'XIOKS or tiii: t.vsas. j PBEPAnr.n only by.tiik soli. rnopniF.Toi.. DANIEL GODDA11D, No. 8 Gold St. NtiW-YORK. In presenting llila useful remedy to the public, tlio Tio. piietor U autliurbnt by n l'liytlclau, from whom the Hcclpo ivrvs confidentially obtained, to Mate, that ho has Used U himself, tiiul in lili eMensdvu practice In Pulmonary affec tion?, with nstmiMiing rtfect. The happy combination (rf vegit.iblu substance, of which it is entirely cotifposed, art! peculiarly adapted to diseases of the Lungs, Liver, and Stomach. 'i'liid medicine ha? been mcil very extensively, and the proprietor has not known a tingle Instance In which It has failed In giving relief in diseases for which it H recommend sd; even In can's approaching to consumption, ...

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. — 15 June 1838

I MM IIMIU UULIMI LUIt. NOT THE G Ii O It Y O V C IE S A II II IJ T T II li W 13 L 1' A U H c) F n o m K . BY II. B. STACY. Mr. Stacv Herewith I send you Tor publication in your useful paper, a reply to Mr. J. Holcomb's right handed compli ment, addressed to mo and published in tho Vermont Telegraph of January 3d, togeth er with a reply to all the arguments which I have 6een advanced by the opponents of tho resolution that passed the legislature of Vermont at their last October session, declaring that the legislature did not pos sess the constitutional power to pass a law to interdict the making and vending of ar dent spirits. But hero it is proper to in form you of the reasons lor my making this request. On the 22d of November last was published in the Vermont Telegraph, un der the signature of J. Holcomb of Bran don, addressed to mc, what lie styled a left handed compliment, on the subject of the abovorcsolution. Tho language in his compliment, as he termed it, appeared to me to b...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 June 1838

witli spirit? and managed with judgment, huccom litis been certain. Tho great objection to this ciilturu has been, the In'Jor which is required to secure these mots from tho frosts of winter ; and yet tho labor and expense required (or ibis purpose are per haps no greater than wo expend in securing our grain and forage if they aru as groat. Where collars aro not at command, or not adequate, theso roots may all bo securely preserved in pits, in dry situations, duo pro caution being hot! to covering and ventila tion. It is tho novelty of the labor, rather than tho amount, mid a want of practical knowledge and confidence of nuccess, which intimidates and deters us. We do snvo our potatoes, and wo can savo other roots in Jilcn manner. Assuming tho avcrago pro duct of liny at a ton and a half to two tons pdr acre, and of beets and ruta bnga at 000 bushels and allowing a bushel and a half uf the latter, (00 II)-. ) to bo equal, for farm stock, to twenty pounds of hay, nn ncrcof tho roots ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 June 1838

NEW ARRIVAL. 1 Hlids. Molasses 20 bbls, American Brnndy 20 do Bollimoro Gin 25 Hilda. Boston Hum 5 do St. Croix Rum. At low prices by June 14, '30. T. P. &, W. L. STnONO. 2000 galls. Fall and Winter Eporm Oil, of very suporfine quality, just received by T. P. & W. L. SrnoNG, June 15, 1033. DISSOLUTION. THE copartnership heretofore existing between tlio subscribers, is dissolved by mutunl consent. Tlio business of lha concern will be closed by llic senior part tier, who earnestly requests all persons inaobteu to mako immeuiato payment jnnEACHER of Writing and Penmaking JL wishes respectfully to inform the cit izens of Burlington, that ho has taken the room over Mr. Lovely's Store, which ho formerly occupied as a Writing Academy, where, at such hours as may best suit tho convenience of his pupils, ho will imparl all the instruction which eight years of study and cxpcricnco as a teacher of writ ing, have enabled him to acquire. In short, as a teacher of penmanship, he will fait...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 June 1838

mm tjBWP'''1 NEW JCiYf,AIVI COtJCJIff SYItaiP, The rrputaliun of tcnWi hut nam hcconit established at tlio matt safe awl efficacious remedy ever discoicndfar iNi'i.uj:ftXit,cr,ns,conciiN,AhTiiOTA, miiooimm; couir, s:ittiiv ot IH.OOO, ,!NI m.i, A'ri:c'J'ioivs or 'mi: i,f xi;s. rnr.rAur.i) only bv tiif. solk puopuiktoiI DANIEL GODDARD, No. S Gold St. ' NEW-YORK. In presenting lhH useful remedy to llio public, tlio I'ra. Jirlctor Is itutlieitzcilliy a. I'liyslclau, from whom tlio HcclpO win confiilomlally nliliiliictl, tr rtnio, tlint lia lias used tt liimsclf, nntl In his exteiHvo prricliro In Pulmonary p.fl'cc lions, with nslmilsililiig cfl'cct, Tlio liajipy coiiilintttion cf vcset.'tlilo siiliftnnccs, of which It la entirely composed, nru peculiarly adapted to diseases of tho Lungs, Liver, and Stoinncli. TI1I3 Medicine lias liccn moil very extensively, and tho proprietor has not known a single Instanco In which It lira failed In glvint; relief In discuses for which it Is recommend e...

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