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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 20 September 1843

mtm a Z&cthlv Journni, Dtbotrtr to JJoIfttts, SLftrrature. Sfon'culturr, iHoraltts, (Scnrral SntrlUfltncc arrt j?nmilr a&ratrfno. H. BELLm Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.SEPT- 20, 1843. VOL. VI1I.-NO. 20 U rBBLISaD EVER V WEDNESDAY MOENI5G SOUTH EXD or T1IE BIIIDGE, BY J. C O B B JR. !iom a!l orders for printing Books tr pticn vi'l he neatly and fashionably cx e,-i;;A, atshort notice. ninr-l- 1,1 1 - j - 1 S2 00 VlhjemUrribert, uu ropiionurilierropricior. No pajmc. t , ,rr:crall')c.l xceplontered l th' propnefor V cominin'c."i!'nxls,'e t'lresed totlic editor JIISCELIjANEOUS. FLOWERS. fcV StlS. SEDA SJIITH. Each loOtt is a liny scroll lnscrilej uilti liotjr lculh, A lesson lliat aiound ihe heart Slwi.rlkptlie lcw of youthj Bni't missalii froin anelic throngfl lu eicrj' bj-aj lcfl, How cre llic cartli of glory sliora Vt'cre ituf floivera Lcreft! TIict trcmLled on ilie Alpine liciglits, llie t-sured n-ck tliey prciJ, TliC descrt w iU, w ilb lital and 8and, Sluirs loo ttie...

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. — 20 September 1843

clulate. 'I his was good spunk. nnd (ho vcteian Whig dcservcs Ihree cheers from tlio -.vhole Whig party of Vermont, and n pcnsion fnr Iife. Cafedonian. Bebr-Drinkixg Ladics. Mr. Weed, of Iho Albany livenini Journal, in one of his intorcsting and familiar Iclters from Fng.p.nd, writcs: "livtry budy drinks becrin Bnglnnd I i.ave .istonishcd waitcrs, in two or Ihrcc instanccs, by aoking for wntrr. Whcn yon seat yonrself at tablc in a 'Coflce Rooni" r "Steak-housc," for dinncr, and havc or-icn-d yoiir 'joint,' or 'sleak,' or 'chop,' tlie wnitcr inquires, 'halc. portcr, or slout. sir?' If in placo of cillier of ihcse nalional bov crnges, jon rcply ualcr, bc cithcr laughs m .our facc. or turns nway, wondering wht'-e saoh a wild chap coidd have bscn j -au 'ht. Now thal 1 havc scen somcllitng ' of English lmbifs, I nni astomshcd that Mit.3 Marlineau should have (lccmed tho vircumstancc that two or three Anicrican M-oincn with wliom shc mct, were "not all i ir Jovc. but a little for tho botl...

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. — 20 September 1843

vjn one decennial must elapse before the . 4" ..1.1 Ur.no in trnvo ils triumnhanl I Ucerover thc cnpitol, and in iho moan i thc rcign of locofocoism will have con. ,ncd bol!i tho white man and black to one non reck nnd ruin. Nothing con ,m, us io this nrophccy so fully as the ul. ,., vies and proccedings of reform adopt. (Jbv ssnr! of thnso who are pionecring lirdparlyismin its course. No page in ueliislory of modcrn cxtravagance can ex tabil morc striking traits of menial and mor a abcrration than th.it which records the eccdings of some o: inose wno are now a ilh'inguishcd pari in raising up is kind of political abolitiouism. It is but ,feW wccks since, that the pcople of this ucinily werc utlcrly astonishcd and disgus i al ',0 bo'.d and rcckless manncr in .wbasiHiilii'S band of thcse agitators of ,'COarrio:i and Abby Fulsome stamp -,soJ1 .ccd ihe dclcrmination of tlieir party 10 ro!l ihc car of abolitiouism over cvery ,rsii!ulion civil or rcligious ivliich slood in v a! (hc South...

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. — 20 September 1843

1843.1 N0T1CL 1843. IrtpiiE Sulscribers arc happy to arorm lhf' Ia ul.l and new rusiom -rs, as weii m pu. c-r.er.illv, thit they have jul reeeiced a H - lUc'.ei assorlinent uf goods rrom the Boston ana tSavf York rcarket, peculiatly adapted to Coun- Itrj trade. At thu uriprecedi-nK-d 'ow prices 01 tooda m tnarltetwc re weil aesurea mai Chall not be nndersold bv snv rnc We are de l-eruiinci to renler to the Farmer :nd Merhanir lati tnuiralnt fur theii producp wl. ch has fall-n ' tbe lovvet potnt. e can concrive oi nc rca-Ur-n that will iustifv askihg old iiicii frice- I ur mod uhen evervthine- llial is rendcred m lpacient ii bv unaro dable necissity al the "w- If-st ebb. Our a'soitrreiit coinpds'-s goods ot lh Ilatest faHi.n neleclcd for the duuMe purpow 11 p'can'ng the eye and durability. "e have of 5. llm-,.l fMnl'ni an.l rTaismieres a cholCC at-soil uctil. Cjuusfori-urnmerwear, lnrueui n.gs a lUjKrii r lot, Chantillis in paltrrns, a rich ntirle i'ui Ladi.o'dresses. Printcd Lawnsof...

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. — 27 September 1843

Sl 22.cr.il2 JourmTl, Dcfaotrt to JJoIftfrs, JLttrrnturc, Stertculturr, jHoralftg, CSfrncral Xntr.Uari.rr aift jr.im.1)) -ttrannirj. U. J3ELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.SEPT- 27, 1843. VOL. VI1L-NO. 21 i BL,S,IED EVERV WEDNESDAY MOBKING , " ,intx of Tnc ckidoe, by I soKTn-i.-' J . COBB J R . , - . .. , irirboaallorJerj for pnnting Books Para.ihWs.Billi.Cards, A-c., of every dcs Ln?tion whi ;j v caUd, atshort notice. S2 00 2 00 !-.. MU tlr it ,1,. ii-7JrJ'5 crnn if pid in momlii. ;n:!s more than half oflhe prescnt popula T!rj.,luM4Uorrsir;c . . . 82 00 ,jon(flImrnith Stretching from the 2Glh ild nre paid ' " degree of la.titude, i, pu.seS,e- j,ihopii....Jfilie proprietor No pajmei t ' creai variety of climate. In richnessof rrniTjHi'fti xc-pt or.lcitd by th prnpririor snil and cxlctlt of tlilabio lai.J, it is tc.t sur lln.im oicjiionjinustbc nddressed to thc editor pas-ed by any country nf the same cxtent. rcrl'IU ! Iis surface 11 almost unbrokcn bv n moun. 3IISCELI.AXE0US...

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. — 27 September 1843

AMERICAN COTTON AND THE TARIFF. Fuliticat opponenls, wo have a word or two to say to you upon the policy of inviting n porlion of iho enormous surplu capilal now lying idle in Great Biiiain, nnd pay ing no inierest, and u porlion of her aclive business men and laborers lo come over in-. ln this country, and manufacluro by ihe use four nnmense cotton crop. (o be exported ti tlia ame countnes tiiat now rcceivo 200,000,000 !bs ofAmcrican cn'ton, after 11 has bcen matiufaclurcd in England for tho supply oflier foieign cujtomers. Can -you nol see that it would be an invaJuoble Jjoon for your great ngricultural inierest, on whose properiiy aP other dcpend, to havo ihn manunciure or cotton goods lor expor tation, extended in Ihis couniy. to the con -iumntion of (bur fiflhs of all Ihe raw mate rial grown ic the United States I The rao. fhanics necessary to aitend lo ihe millions jf spindlcs nnd power looms to bo set in .motion, iho wheat needed for starch. &c. woulJ creaie a certain hom...

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. — 27 September 1843

1 horesolved to nuIIirV and deslroy the con "titutioDi or obey it so far on!y as it couform 'jiotha construciion ofthe law of God. Tkis is in the fpirit of ihe rankest Jacob. f the French Revolution. Iltendsdi tolhe disolution ofiho union, and r8'o'ers the consiimlion as wortliless rts ihe Trchment upon which it is writlen. How. cf'unpola!utle tosome portions ofour na ren it wav be e owe it fealty until it is a l tiea Bgrceably lo ils own provisions. lVe arc ag6'n gratified to find ihat these olaiicns Iend no couatcnanco or suppon (iiai?i '"''sn whicli nbove al! oilier things teadJ w' ' Uc 1,1(3 success'""' Prpfess f T, abolition cause. lnte!Iigcm and prac ... . iic ' stim.niztng all others as corru,.! i u l ipnnciplt'd, a-tsumea lo hself oll ihe a:rio:isra a,,d Pur,ly 01 1110 nauon ana a,s ctrdir.' pl'''ca' mMsure' ss worthless i.t itcplf nnnn th sinode con.' .inu"t i- -i ---o .i.cJ:atc abulition of s'.averyat :j ouiV worthyof their wnkeini: heSo . .i :..i..i . ..T.iKniv rlfdninn 1...

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. — 27 September 1843

I New Arrangement. T3PHE subscriber tntes this meibod loin-3- lorrn lhe public , tbai hc lia purchased ic siock of GOODS, and laken the the stanJ iKTdofore occupied by K. Chauman. in Vergennes, a..d now of feit for sale, one of the laresl ai.d bcsi e ltcted assortmrnt of zoods ivrr offertd foi tale in this cily. Consistirg in pact uf lhe foll.iw.nz arltcles : Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockcry and Hardwarej all cr whicli will bc sold a-i liw as goods can be purchased at anv othcr estiiblishnieht in ihis ;.art of the Slate for CAS7. riiost kinds ol couatrf pruducc, nr a ho t credit " 1 W. CHAPMAN. Vergennes, Msicli 3, IS43. 1 For Sale as aboYQ. i nnn nush. c. w.Saii, 1 ,UUU mo l,M. Fine V. do. 50 Bags Liverponl Ground do. ALsO. Ground Plisler.-and a new sup- ply will be received by fix-l Boals this sprins fresh ground, whicli will le so'a unusuany luw for Cami. WIGHT. CHAPMAN. Vergennes. March 8, '43. tf;l W. &J. Whittakcr, CABINET MAKEHS. TTS ESPECTFULLY inform tlie inliabi-1 tant 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. — 4 October 1843

BUtbm & SEEfcrfelP Sournal, Drfaotrt to JJoIttfcs, aftrraturc. asrtculturc, moraltta?, (JSrncral Xntrlltaencc uxtt jFamilB ftralfi.0. H. .BELLn Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VTOCT. 4, 1843. VOL. VI1I.-NO. 22 V m II f CBHS"SD EVERY WEDNESDAY SI0BNIX8 'OETH EXD OF TIIE BEIDCE, BY J. COBB JR. by whom all orders for printing Books ! Pamphlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of every des i iription will be neatly and tashionably ex ecuted, atshort notice. fbbfcribers, 82 00 ijairidjab and Companies vihotake at the office 1 l'75or rai ccnts n p"u m six montns. Tbo'e vlio lake of PoslriJers . . . 2 00 II not piiJ a' 'lieenu i me year zo : ' j: .t 1 ...1:1 i: ' j: :...,! i:i JSeoptionoftbeproprie.or. No paymeit ttclrritra1!onf.l.xceptorderedl.Jih.! proprietor illeomminicationsraustbe aanressed to the editor MISCELIiANEOUS. For tlie Feople's Frcss. TIIE SEVEN MINERS. A PERCVIAN TALE. M-Thetraditiononuhichtbi.tale i. fbonded i. ! gntn i lengthin Mmtlasu'j description of tho ' iccwn around ux s...

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. — 4 October 1843

FOREIGN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. The Caledonia steamcr arrived at Boton on VVednesdav morning at 0 o'clock. Sho left Livcrpool on tho 5lh inst. William Macready, iho distinguishcd lra::edian. caine out ia it.e C-iledoiiin. One of the most protracted scssions on iccord was brought lo a closo oii lhe 2 llli tilt , by ihe Qiicon in porson. Tlio winding jip of iho parlimentary cnmpaign by llie Qncen'a speech, delivered by herself, w-as fieemcd essential by the rainislry, in order to show the country thattney possossed her )llnjely' confidence. It N whiopered, in deed, thal the siipulation was nvl w.ry grat ifyin2 !o tha Royal taste. nnd that ifshe iuld have staid awaywilh decency, she would have done so. Fathcr Mathew was in London, rcceiv ing mnny nllenliopg from dislinguiidied ersons. Mr. Abbol Lsw.-ence of Boston, nromised him a warm rcception in llie U. States. The Indepcndencc arrived oul in 1G days. ThcAotdiain lOdajs from Huhfui. On iho 19lh ull., shocnmo in cnntnct wilh t...

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. — 4 October 1843

RATE OF INTEREST. from oi" nuiwTous corrcpond-nt, nnd i tor.e of pul'lic senlimenl uhich daily !1P S 0ur ears. we ar- fully pursuadcd lliul yrhdcgrceof popular cxcitcment exisls lela'inn to the prcsent laus on tle sub ' ofUsuO". In our humble opitiion it is ' i'i r.nded. Tbe legislaturo must retrace sc!lfuUlldc) l-gl ... cions. and rcs'ore tbo ancient rigor ' 13 t . . ..i.:.rr ptirn lntercst, Tho !aw as ' ..mrfllLUMi' " I cow t'Jd as a p;ection to Ihe pcnplo ! discords, and tho tones of tho little song ' air.st usury i a miserable mockcry. We j sters caino out full, sweet, and melodious. r0 uupuiRtien upoa those "ho sanc ' The advantagcs of this cnrly training in oned it W'en wa, P1'50 rnoney was the art of singin. can hardly be apprecia-en-v snd it was evpn bvlievcd by ihe leg- ted by those ivho have not listened to this u'aturc that to remove retrnints might fa sort of mclody. iMr. Post bad bcen re itaic busincss. and tho free ciicul.nion of qucsted to deliver a discourse adaptcd ...

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. — 4 October 1843

i . H i New Arrangement. THE subscriber takes this method lo in fonn ihe public, that ht has putchased be nock of 9 an I taken tbe ihe stanJ hereiofore occopied by R. Cha-'man. in Vergennes, ai.d now of feis fur sale, one of thc largest aucl besl se UcipiI acsonmenl of 200 Jii iver offercd foi sale 111 this cilv. Consistii;2 in part of ihe following arlicles : Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockcry and Hardware; i tl cf which will be sold as low as goods can be purchased at anv othcr estnb'MinienJ in this pan of ihe Siatc for CAS.most kmds o( counlrv prodnce, ur a sho t credit. 1 V. CHAPMAN. Vergennes, Mi-cli 8, 1S43. I For Salc as above. i nnn c. w. sait, 1,UUU jno Fine W. do. 50 Baes Liveruool Ground do. ALsO, Gn.und Plssler, and a new siip plv will be receivcd bj trsi Boat8 tliis spring fre-l. ground, wlucti will ue so'U unusuauy I0W lOt L.AMI. WIGHT. CHAPMAN. Vergennes, March 8, '43. lf;l W. afe J. Whittaker, CABINET MAKE II S. TTS F.SPECTFULLY ioform the inhabi lanis or iliU vicinity, ...

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. — 11 October 1843

fft mwwbnqi fJeopfe's pum 9C UScffele Journai, Dctotrt to Dolftfcs, 2lftrraturr, SCflrrcuIture, Stloralftjj, (ffrnctal Xntrllfacntr atrtr jFnmfln ftraWno. H. BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.-::"OCT. 11, 1843. VOL. VIII.-NO. 23 ullMA I fCBLISKED EVERS WEJNESDAY MOBNIKG SOUTH END OP THC BRIDCE, BT J. COBB JR. bv whom all orders for printing Books Pamphlcts, Bills, Cards, &c, of evcry des tription will be neally and fashionably ex cuted, at short notice. V.IUge iulcriber . . 2 00 Jlail 'ubscribers 2 00 indiiiduils and Companiea wlmuke at tlie offic ai'75 or l'oO ccnts if paid in six inomlis. Tho'e to tale of Posiridera . . . 32 00 Jlnot paid at ilieend ofthe jear 2. 25 'o papers iHscotiiinned until .trrearages arc paid txeeptalthe optionoftlie proprietor. fto pajmeit Carritrialloel rxcept ordered by th proprietor Allcoimnunicationsmustbe addressed to tlie editor Post VilO 5IISCELLANE0US. GUARDIAN ANGELS. O T M It 3. SEBA S M I T II . No iimard pangt no earniog loTe, Is l...

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. — 11 October 1843

checrs.) Gcntlemen, evcry body knows thatat Iho foundation of nll tliat is impor tant in hnraan life lies this grcat business ilic cullivntion of ihe Earth. If it were forhissina lliat Mun wns condomncd to lill thcland, it was the most mcrcifuljudg mcnt that Almighty benigmty could have jnfltclod upon hiinf (Loud and repeated chepru.) Now, genllemen, in regnrd to tlio grcat ititcrestsuf Agrictilture, tlicro are Ihings tvhich individnals may do for themselvcs. And there arc things. too, which thocol lectcd sense tlio collected agency of indi Tidnals, that is. wliicb Government miist do for tliein. U'hat they can do for them eelves tliey miist bo left to do for them clvcs. But, as I havo said, there are great ohjects, grcat interests.great arrangemenls, which nre neccssary for iho enrichment of thc fields nf Agriculturo. for evcry onc w!io tills them, which belong to Govern ment. nnd which Govcrnmant is not in Iho fulfilment of its dulies v.hun,it;disregards or neglecls. Individnals m...

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. — 11 October 1843

,n.-.i Krvice which we hnvpendcavored Kjejirier on a fnrniLr occasinn." Tnr State f isconsiw Gov. Doly "' .,.p.. that Ihcre nreGH.OOO peoplc in Iho ' ... llicv havnn nnlit to lorm '"jicGovernmeiif and lhat ,he Legif- C, 7,' , ni. b-kii n" S,PI IO nscortmn the '' .r il.i- ncoule on that E.ibjcct hc " 4;-rclsa ",c ,oue takcn ;f iho.o . - iGst a Slnle Gnvrrnmetil. lo as i IhWnseof llio peoj le. uhelhcrit Ifjjcni'lowllaconvcntion to form a CODsti(UtlD. lVALTOVS DAILY JUURNAL. -j-jr ,l;riibris prnj-o-e lo isMie a paper (1 f ,n.e && Iir--'f"orf-, ev.-iy umr. ', r f-il.ida r.crp!ill,) duiiiglho lip. illMg Mi-si(in ofthe L-aisl.iiiif, oni i-i'i'nip f"'l,sl l,,"c'l'l'H' fl'ufs of lh r.ru"f Sn copirs hy ma.l or oh- 3 il irc' copies lo ll.eir addrcss ; 6 r,infoi 84. llli: W.TCHMN & STATE JOUR NAL. FiriM'd Aimg iln-se'-! n for 25 cent fm lu'tw nwii'lK. (embraon g U e publtca'iuii 1 tf:hi'!a)51),',:!"- Mnn:n'liT,' I"27, IS43. fj- E'HIots ccjyhg the abore enl'lled lo tht Wy. Clav in O...

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. — 11 October 1843

New Arrangement. fTPHE subscriber takes this meihod tuin . funn ihe public, thal hc hai purchased he wock of GGODS, and laken the the stacd heretofort oeeupied bv R. Cba:maa. in Vergennes, and now of- fer fiir sale, one or the lars-est aid besl e Ircied assortmcnt of srooda ttuar offered foi sale ln this cily. Consistii-c iupart uf llic followin; arlicles : Dry Goods, Grocerics, Crockcrv and Hardwarc; all cf wbicb will be sold as Inw as goods can be purchased atanv othcr cstiib!iahnient in thij pari of ilie State for CAS.mosi kinds ol eountr produce, nr a sho t ctedil. ' V. CHAP.MAN. Vergennes, Ma-ch 8, 1843. 1 For Salc as above. i nnn Bush.cw.sjit, 1 ,UUU mo i,bl. Fine W. do. 50 Bngs Livcrpool Groaad do. AT Sfl Hn.iln.l PhclpMlnl n npw 8I!I-1 jily will t'c1 receivcd hj tirt Boats ttiis iprinz fresli trrnund. whieh will be soM unuiually ' ),. ft r;,Mi WIOHT. CHAPiMAN. Vergennes. March S, '43. lf;l VV. J, Whittakcr, CABINET MAKEItS. KESPECTFULUY infonn tlie inl.abi lants of thi vicin...

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. — 18 October 1843

Sije JftUMebnri S gSccklg.ffournai, ZJcbotcii to BoUttca, 3!ttcraturr, aforfculture, iWoralttj?, Gfrncral EntrlltQcncc airti ipamHa lUaUtna. H. BEL L3 Editor atid Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.:::::::OCT. 18, 1843. VOL. VI1I.-NO. 24 j FCSMSHED EVERY WEDNESDAT HORNING SOETU K.D Oi TnE BnlDCE, BX J. C O B B JR. ix whom all orders for printing Books fianl' U. Bills, Cards, &c, of every dcs tnptioa will 'ie neatly and fuahionably cx jcuteJi atshort notice. T;lji fubjcriberi H... .ib?rritieri. . S2 00 2 00 frdmilnli and Companiei what.il; at the office 1'jO cent- if paid in six montlis. Tbo e k" tale of rostrilers . . . 2 00 ltMtjiJ at lieend oilhe year 2 25 .o papers diseoi'tinned unlil arreamps are paid ixfrptali!" optionoflhe proprietor. IVo pameit to Cfrall"' sxeptordeitd l'y lli prnprielor .lllruinm nicatiouirjuubc addresscd to tliecditor Tetr I'iik 3IISCELLANE0US. For tlie Pcoplef Trei. THE LA3T OF THE YEOMINGS. Ca lie b gU tUe wherc Niagara'4 thundcr S jonw 011 ibe alr ltke the dc...

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. — 18 October 1843

knowledgo Jnnd intelligencc, among Ihe grrat mnsspsot socifiy. Nn. fientlemen.I am prowing gnrulous, (checrsjipd cries of po on.) and will bring cnnclusion. 1 havo the nnoninptn lo believe ihat tho tendcncies of ihings nro to producc new eflbrls. I believe that Ihe policv nf England i.,nnd has bceti ond will be more nnd more towards a more nnd more libe ral intercourse, an inter-ourse favorable to our great interesls. lo all the interesls of the North and Middle and cquallv fnvorablo to all the friends of tho nnulh. It is must ceriatn uim muuu a fcw mnnthsn new and great chnnge has been produced in our intcrcoiusc wilh Enp land. a very greal chnnge. Articles pro duced in vour state nre ycarly becomtng more and tnorc introduced prnvisions find'ing a market in Enrope ! ' Ihe last fix monlhs, q.iite a new trade has sprting tm bctween us and England in lhe nrlic e of provisiors. While I was in New York, I look nccnsion lo inqoiro nf some practi cal merrhanls and valned friends how the m...

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. — 18 October 1843

123 131 107 0 Aaron Angier, "C'nonACE E.TON 5dcclared lo lo elecled Liut. Gove.rnor K! :.JY,rTreasurer,.Mr. Cutls nflhe Sen Vntcs 1 ..,nd Mr- Ilarrwgton oi wo nouse ue- 240 121 133 102 4 1 jhn Sj" 1 "S-. JlarrV 'a,ci gcalicringi Tc". JOXH SPALD1NG js dochrcd to be elected Ircasurer for thp fonmttn nfSenntor Sergent. n com rof"c i'ie,,1',er f"r cac'' Hnu ivas "Td lo be appointrd tn inrorm lliu lloil. ft. Mnimrks ot'lii election : nnd .Mr. lifiniit oflhe Scnnle nnd Mr. Slacy of . ii....c urre am inica qhe Mic witkdrcw nnd the House ad- jwriMC. I SENATE. Fbidat, Oct. 13. i rnssc M ffceivpd Irom ihe llnusu ijtlbe Nou.-e luid conrurred in pa-inp jjratc rr.l.iiinns fora Lpgislntivc Dirpc iov and fi r a jmr.t asscmbly for the clcc uaiif'couniy oflicers. Sennte adjourned. II O U S E . flnmcllon of Mr. Kellogg. tho rroeccdcdlo Ihcrledion of Clerk ofihe iVaf fortlic vcarrnsiiinp, wiih Ihe follow-r-ruit, Mewrs. Wright orSlmreharn and iw of Norw ich bein:; lellcrs : FerrandF. Mcrrill, 115 0 II....

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. — 18 October 1843

FgK'forgmiWvAT -J.ND GROCERIES. . USSEL St GRID. LEY have just re- i ceived from New York, the Kcst asanrtment of Medicines, Paints, Dye-stutfs, and Ferfumery over offered for sale in lli Couniy , nt great ly redured prices for cash. Mr. Gkidlet vhoe ihorough ncqunin!. nen hh the Diug and Medicine business is wel! known, will have charge of the con-Phvai-iHiis nre inviled t call and rxamine Mcdiciucs and prices btfuro send- WZ lo tnnrkct for their supplie. Middlebury, Ju!y 11,1843. 10 XTkPT1J, THEsubfcriberarnTiafortn ed partrersbip unor lhs frrar.f RUSSEL & GP.HILEY voi.Ul inform tbe publc that ihey will cootinue the n.itna. Mrmciar.and linocr.Rt BcsmESSal Ihe slore formerlyoccupied by XV. V Roitcl, firttdoor south of lie Port Oificc. ... V. P. RUSSEL. Middleburv June 20ih. 1R. H. C ORIDLEV FOR SALE. IN SHOREHAM. l.aif mile roilh of t!ie lowtrmill 62 acrrsof gwd land a go.nl h'liwc painted out and in sid u good ba.n and wood sbed. wiih pinlv of waler all cor.venie.il lor 1'arme...

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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