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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 December 1839

V E B MO H T P HIE MIX Kt VOL, VI. B B,A TTliEBOR O ,V t . DECEMBER 4, 1830. NO. 14 rJERMQJVT JPliQjEMIX. rUBLISIIKfiVKRY FRIDAY MORNING, BY wm. e; ryther. terms of advertising Advertisements conspicuously Inserted at ,$l;00 per square for 3 insertions, and 20 cents for each subsequent insertion Less than a squaru 75 cents for 3 insertions, and -12 1-2 cents, for each subsequent insertion. From the Barton Mercantile Journal. SALT WATJER BABBLES. BY HAWSER JIARTINGALK. A THANKSGIVING STOIIY. It was a bleak day in the month of No vember the north wind howled mournfully through the leafless trees the broken clouds flitted, rapidly across the face of the Heav ens and the whole face ol nature assumed nri aspect cheerless and uncomfortable well calculated to remind the moralist ofthc closing scenes fn the great drama of life as a traveler, with weary steps, Wended his soli tary way through one of those beautiful hamlets which abound in New England rind which constitute .the noble ornament...

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 December 1839

i More New Goods, CHEAPER THAN EVER. Doa't forget. to Call at tlio NEW STORE of GEO. BUGBEE. New Tailoring Estab lishment. THE Subscriber would respectfully juform the inhabitants of Putney, and vicinity, that he has opened a Shop in Grout's building, nearly oppot He Black'? Stage House, where no intends carrying on tne. Tailoring Business, !n oil its various branches j and hopes by strict and prompt attenljon to business, to merit and receive a share of the puplic patronage. The latest KJ-New Yonic and Boston Fasuioxs tceularlv received. N. B. Cutting done for others to make at short, notice, and garments warranted to lit 11 properly mode upj paiticular attention paid to moxing mo same, uiui mere muy ue jiuiiiisiuku in making up. - It. ELMER. Putney, Nov. 25, 18391 tflS BR. JAYNE'S -E'X FEOTOBANT. nnHIS invaluable medicine is daily cfTectiner J- some of the moat astonishing and wondcr- jui cures that have ever been known. All who liavo ever used it for Asthma, Couan, Spit tino or B...

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 December 1839

From the PougHkeepsie Telegraph. HYMN FOR THANKSGIVING; OurPather, God, to iliee wo raise. A song of gratitude and praise, . t- And of thy mercies tell j ' Thy Blessings could we count thcmVerT Not sands upon the ocean's shore Their number could excel. , Thy.goodness crowns tbc tolling year, Seed time and harvest still appear, And plenty tills the land ; 'In .all our borders blest with peace, From, pestilence and dire disease, Protected by, thy hand. We thank thee Tor our'port(on here, This land, our Fathers bought so dear, Where Freedom's Sun is bright ; And for the Gospel's peaceful ray, Ta guide us on ovir future W.ay, By purer, clearer light1; ' Thy gifts are every morning new, And erery evening brings to view Fresh tokens ol thy love; Our grateful homage, here we pay, j may our oiiereu praise touay, . , Accepted service prove. Toughkcepsie, Nov. 20, ,1839. J. A. - Prom tie library of Health. 8LKErI.NO WITH THE HKAD CpVERED Before the danger" of sleeping with the htJad covered c...

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 December 1839

THIRD AKKtTAJ. XMVVtL? Of THE :'j$T? . .Or THK, VERMONT ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE The results 'of another year show an increased prosperity of the Asy lum, nnd wc would acknowledge, with li vely sentiments of gratitude, the many favors which a kind and merciful Providence has bestowed upon us; that we have been spared from any serious accident, and from any preva lent disease; that we have enjoyed so great, a measure of health, and, that ...IT.r n9 rmm Hi in n tl CtlVB CB amilV, IIBVO uecil Itaiuitu iu ou iimujr, oii"s - - i reason and usefulness. The number of patients remaining: at the close of the year, There have been admitted during the year, 36 71 "Total, enjoying the benefits ofthc Asylum, There have been discharged during the year, 107 98 69 35 ' 8 S 2 S3 30 S 22 57 23 69 C5 2-3 per, u 5 C 3 '. 2-ccnt. 16 1-3 1-2 SI 1-4 91 1-3 " Thero remains, October 1st, 1B39, - Of the 38 cases discharged, there have been Recovered t Improved . Unimproved , , . ...'" " . Died t Of the 22 recen...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 December 1839

' Bit AT T IIiEjB O It 0 , J t . .JSJB ilgjt . ISSfy '- - ' .Frtmi tWFtaMiwgiieMliwU ) .'RSWHOEK THB POR. Kft Lot whilst MtttwclitHk Itra mwittg It nigtit Tlifcliill wimU ttrwnfar, Imrwkwj. , .Yo meralmnUu whn reckoning ureUnl niht v '-iVylui k'niivr. licit, Vvfiiit 'in tu edfe Ttieiogu'wWth W.lh'pMwVy-ryertMre found jleBdrrrttohsaid prrson sball aall times haveM pistols and sabrtvond cartridge bak, to con-lin, which, ypu. tM.d ?me 8j,rV no,binE A, ingv!axQfyiof.igmgK'A .canons liberty to tnspectthe beoks.'onstKh contracMatn twatyecartrjafes ir ptswis. mo roan wati:H,.jFo.cBn..nitici wi'ioa.a punisiiment vhh ui pik rnyjifmi! wccwireB in' L , ' . . .i .,'.!.. .it .1 . L-iiLi'.. !... . -t. i.-i j.. lA .nnt I.. ;....n.i. .nil J- (..,,).,. a i, i4l nart' r lurnKor iiof inai iferwce. .-iMiny m' ii3NiV uwiiargBti, take tliftralrem tush mffiorttHtum rany.sei' ni. A., k.Tiim M-t(Mtt.liiks"WKct ! r I Ami if u- ixfsn. vto fHU b-lone to .hiiv .1' 0 piiii not yiWr.folwlitnceiiiWltiy'pfiitei t' ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 December 1839

Friday December 13, 1890. The XXV lth Congress commence! its first Swsion at the Canitol oirlho 3d inst, 'liil'IWte. ader ascertaining thai a quorum w'j p'rcscrlt, arid appointing the usual, com nrntetf to'waii4 'upon the Prajideiit in con luaetisnnvith that of the House, adiourned in the House the clerk proceeded to call the Toll.-and had geMo the names of the.New Jersey Members, when some debate arose. The -Clerk stated that setts of claimants ap ipeaiwd for five ol' the seats from that Stale, ndtho nccordmply asked liberty to pass over .'fhnir nmm-s untiL ho had completed the. roll. This was objected to by Mr Maxwell, one of lho New Jersey. Uelegattorr, who cauea tor the reading'of thir certificates". This was tlone and it.appeared lhat the whole. six ap. peered there' with regulnr certificates signed ey,the'Governor of New Jersey, and impres sed with the Seal of that State, Mr.. HPfhnan contended that the certificate alone gave n 'member the right to be called, Mr. Halsted -anot...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 December 1839

nuiiinimiiiiffrafq vrrm men IHR HP es 'tbe matter. Air that baa been contended for is yielded. Why could sot Mr Adam have s.thatiott; tfeaiffrst ;day 7 His opinion eirjjtirtgaUg jfaaW.vrbat'a. ol more conseQUence.1"!! terries with"' it voinai There is no longer any thing Tor the meeting iu iui. ior, ana mey might as well agree to or a'm6 uPn ,nc ws,s of Mr Adams1 proposition. All thealarita abii cOHfusion which vestenlav prevailed, in consequence of Mr Adams' de cision, nas, 01 course, subsided. There may be great delay in 'theoryaHMMtioK of the House still, particularly should there be a long trial examination before the- House, in regard to ui iue msputeu memDera to, vote, eat !iS ,J? 4n. jonjer the,siigbtest,,apprebenion m a orsavtag up'tu uotigrefs,.or even of any serious difficulty In its organization. After (be Chairman (fir AtTamst had called the meeting to order this morning, a loBg dis cussion iooc pnsee m vattoas ntotians tor the amendment of theJournal of yesterdav's pro;...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 December 1839

A iff -l V J. iOOK, PxLeR And Box'Srovfesj eHaiy lAviwr ariiele.br ' v jtu& , JOEL mLNNEY.'. JGullbrdDea: 2J 1389.. s. t-lT . 14 PROBATE GOURDS. rilUE "Fixeei 'Timet 'anil Mates" for' hold? X lngProb'te CotfrWiPfariil for the Din-triet'of-Marlboro, fbr the year ensuing, are as totiuws: fltny, UJl '1 tnli'rUnJ-, Itldtlle'4 Juno, luit Thnradiiy', Atw'odllV Julv.l laet Tliurtilnv. ChtMV liin. 'Wilmington! lrin, Fujreltenilloj liitii'! IlrRtlleWioj Inn.- Wllinineiim: Auatittiikiat, T)itillf, ltlilllleV .Sc)lon)l!r,lnl Tiuraday, At.oud'ii lnnr l"jjUtville Octi'iber. liial ThatfiUy, CIiiikb' Inn, llriilljcbijro IWtiiibir, lit Thursday. Itirldlo' Inn, AViliiiTnutoti ' HENRY SMITH, Judge. Braltleboro. Uee. 2. 1833. 11 OYSTI3 RS! OYSTE RS !! Cheaper ;thnn the Cheapest. -a' A NY' Gentleman' 'wTshine; for 3& t OYSTERS, can have them by 6lllin(f in nt the first door'sauth of the Meat Market, nearly opposite Colt Chaw's Slag? House. They can.baiiad'bv the wholesale and retail. Also," Cti...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 December 1839

?? ; V E Jf ft 0 Jlf " jl?Plr - 10. 10 -v innnvnii .nsi ... , J I . . 1 . . CHAPTER V. CjKniitf. - J0.1"4 of' or t wrtta chapter of th-act-to wliieH thw-ls' in .MdHH),M'prbriii'lbr the payment w tbv atjfrtaad pirtw eriil of ifcrW 4eJ. K the 9a p.ide iht ttfe'MtceTs WirefiwwKH-rts satfrlial-slMK nH recwve afcyohtif, feeV Und'the .same hereb'yus,- repealed-. . ?? Tt dri"'BS ofteeT annf regimental lrri shall receive ferwfeh day's 'atthdu tie the sum 0! three dollars, and if btr be' ihe .tnajar general ol the divisioil,. br the- coiil maiiarog officer of tfe revihie'nt, the furthei ihh of six centa- far each mile's trdtfel. 3. The officers attehllinsr the rtfeiWenta orts martial ordered by the- Militia Act of ;to.i, snairrereive tne sum ofdne dollar foY earn daya aHendatace and six! ceritrfbr each Wiles' travel, . 4. The- adiatant and inrnerfnt- rrVn.Vo shall, receive an annual' Salnrv nf ntw h..,, dred'ttci) fifty dollars?to be1 paid out of trie treasury of the Mate.. ,5. .Each commiss...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 December 1839

VERMONT PIIIKKIX. Friday December 20. 1830. For President. WILLIAM HENRY HAjjpON. For Vice President. . - JOHN-TYLER. - ' K5" The ll'higs of nraltltboro intend to meet at Wheeler's Hall, yvesdaynrxl atone tfclock'itf the afternoon. The good Whigs of 1 Ihertcwity are invited to attend. Hon. E. II. ALLEff, a delegate from, Maine to the JJarrisburg Convention, being accidentally yl ... - .f.l. .1 - in town is cj-ptcicu 10 uuures me, meeting. Addressee may also be heard front othergen- tlemtn. ' WHia NOMINATIONS FOR PRESI- DENT AND VICE PRESIDENT. U. was announced in our paper of last week thai HjnmeoH and TvtER leoeivcd the nomi nation of the Hatrisburg Convention, .as can didates for President and Vice President. We understand that these nominations were accor ded under circumstances which authorize the indulgence of the most confiding and sanguine hopes of success. The report was received by the convention with great enthusiasm ; and 6 far as we have been .able lo learn the true Demo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 December 1839

KM. "GMtf1?" M Viaiarfenii, With aa nppcwnre 0 ft, pieinulyyiy "Cne fcfer ami ttiumb !r w3- A rowcli abused aenwfi fs yoortailnr. He is of uiqinij- sBfwoftra.w w Jesa endow uvea jkas.W &lSo ws fclie jatalk rt-f a I man T tV. I 1. .l . (r v. : .V l. . tr r X AIL OXI erirtki'wy'ertreiB. keB V'twill be fae ,slctghtBg.-$- ,our Imtt ; Ay auu- or -varnao mar strch make a ra"''' cfn nr,Tre for sleigh t files in ahun frernVe3eccly fl'he, "world goes cloth- trance, car ears will be greeted with the ."7-.ww a nat oiwjfjj though jbenr hs jWkrJ,Is'liap)i) titi;reore butthrre 5Tnan, .fcor.Me itHH-t-r ny wort w a proranity o( bruddrlotb a attrrilege of ker iyier ' You Teye are shocked perpetn-iHy-bl&p'a'ijfit of unfortunate strangws Tvho hatffnireo into tne hands of those Vntt tfals. Tiiere should W a law agninst the edactloca practiced fcr thrra their aigns ad tfei ruLIrcriUemeKtx. Merit ia models, awl your Lel arUst has often the saillrst fcop Your1 prrlendrr cosers a Jjaarfwith Lisrh'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. — 20 December 1839

"WHY DON'T YOU TAKE THE PAPERS 1" Why don't you take the papers? They arc "the life of ray delight," Except about election times, And then I read for spite. ' Subscribe, you cannot lose a cent, Depend the advice is ($pd : For cosh thus spent is money lent On interest fotu-fold paid. My grandpa used to make his brags Or living at a day, When papers sold as cheap as rags, , And, trust was took for pay. My grandma,- when she had the blues, Would thank her cloiious stars That paper fitted with wholesome news, Were scattered every wiurtEs. I knewtwo friends, as much alike As e'er you saw two stumps ; And no phrenologist could find A uitierence in uieir oumps. , Each had a faim of equal worth, A pretty wife to keep Three boys three horses and a cow, A dog and twenty sheep. One took the papers, and his life Is happier than a king's; t And talk of men and things. . The other look no papers, and While strolling through the wood, A tree fell down upon his crown, And killed him as it should. '...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 December 1839

VEKItlOZV IB MIX. BJRATTL.33BOB.O, Vt. JCM ft Ell 27, TT NO. 17 S8955 HO FERMOJVT JPHOEmX. rrBLUHKB EVERY FRIDAY MOKMSO, Br WM. E. RYTHKJR. COMMC.WCATle. f nei a Wftnts, against ', -Kith tkv Hps. KMe. - Thk.ksach instruction as. i much needed aoj the. children or roes. TTalt who iho ciateia immediate neighborhoods would follow this advice, how many whanow hare the rep utation of "evil doers," "back-bitcrs," Jcc. weald be ranked amoaga.better class of people. How many who have felt the shafts of slander, and perhaps bare suffered much from those who seek by a course of" questions or remarks, to draw something from them which can be interpreted in tuch a manner as to injure their reputation or to create a quarrel between them and another person, would bare escaped these trials if they had followed this advice. There is a,clas. of persons w.hoje occupation, whra in society, appear to be, gathering a fund of circumstances, remarks, ic. storing them in their miads for the express purpose...

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 December 1839

CONGRESS Corrtspondenee of the N, Y. Daily Express, Wasiiinoton, Dec. 13 Fridny night. IMPORTANT DAY'S WORK. "t wrltu at night lime, nnd in thu Unit of the.Houso of Representatives. Two Hun drcil and thirty members of Congress, bo sides th,o Jerseymen, and delegates from the Territories ara upon the floor und in their seats. Thu lnmo, nnd thu halt, nnd the blind oftho Administration party arts hero, and all Who are nolo to be present among the Whir members. The galleries are thronged wilt lookers oni nnd the scene reminds me of ma y exciting scenes oftho olden time, when this. the most beautiful Legislative llnl) iiorhops in iho wotld, has been lighted up und illuminated for the consummation of such dark outrages as those which at pres ent are designated. Two hours and a half of the morning sess ion were consumed in a shameful attempt tw the part ol the Loco Focos to keep the Trotcst of the New Jersey Whig members from the Journal of the House. Tho at tempt I believe was successful,...

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 December 1839

UtW Wefeope k wilt knWWl m-c.Xr V m Mm SZSS " JL!W? fc S'SS"1, rf WlllMMllr Wfltktac Jfrt'" CamL&&mV vreilmn&HaSegUxfrtMd I r'--fan f iiriiaiiawini i -r-- pc aeeaa a 8taM,taa aaajrpflg aahawfter fef tfcaadrg.aeofrtSaa tfcwey tie , -mhrm taawtr ae- We tkiMmmd. V - m' f fiewas ratrtofl&rBee. Thaachtheaea;-! " " ff" rhr jwratg t&e rr-fo-or $mse;i X. nMK, aoaTwi oerar t&airsasy efSsettis' at hast to x Jl&ii Caa- ZT-rStr nSfflS?1 l' p"i & Dt ti are ia hoj tiy w3 SJW T& ad Tea SfWI to Sse a&aaoreoa? T asek taeea&rassjwstrtfcc laws ef t&e,""12 6I pnosLajfiswpa cs,wi,iJrfTm.- .wwi cast p to tkci ptv ican, (W ' wfcrr, pwnf-raS ! Lr sssi Sheer, Sanajr t is part exrfwied "-J S. ? iBffl wA-SWAr. p., i sr irif UT i ttVmfetniktWacenast. FWer W the Wrrrl, aaSfajxrw aalrrtai SfoJrrrae- Cftfatnw Fat namtoij tfcit ffoaaoer BrirffcgESja dua Bseetiag of the awtto apneas, e F;":i'"V"tlrrayTrf ,.S7T- Fri" Ciwa hnr, GBaferfOre. IS, 1933. IT He U agratfcrt&am...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 December 1839

t 4. Whig Entertainment at Washington. The. correspondent of the New York Elx pressat Washington, gives the following account of the dinner given on Wednesday last by the Whig members of Congress, to the Delegates to the Harriaburg Conven tion who were in the city. The dinner was prepared at the Indian Queen Hotel, where nt 8 o'clock between one and two hundred Whigs, from every 8tato in the Union, were. , seated. The Marina Band ofthecity, nlentfil company of performers, Were present, enlivening the cWo with choice selec&is of music. Mr. Crittenden, ol Kcntuckyrdfficiitted (is Presi dent, and the followiitg-gentlemen "usststen . Vic. Presidents Mr. Southard of New Jfonpv. Mr Bell of Tennessee, Mr Littroln of Massachiiseits, Mr Ginngcr of New York, Mr Williams of Tennessee, and Mr While of Kentucky. Some fifteen or fjtfenty speeches were made by some of thff-mdfri distinguished jjnen in the land, and all of thVm were of a VKnraeter far eicellinirSHIioeritv. Mr afevans, of Maine,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 January 1840

it" it 'f f ' i yiv ; , i. ' '.' i ill ( ' r ' W'JfVujwlX i 1 its'i .Ja.f iff i A rlWir-jj J2 VOL. VI. BRATTLEBORO, y$ JANUARY 3, 1840 VERMONT F H E IC I X. VERMONT PHOENIX. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1839. For President. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, ' A? Tici Present. ' JOHN TYLER. Great Harrison Meeting. Agreeably to tha invitation in our last paper, a largo number of Citizens from this County, and the neighboring- towns o( New Hampshire and Massachusetts; assembled lit the North Meeting-house, in this village, On Tuesday P. M., the 24th inst. Quite a number of Lidies graced the galleries, and the whole body was one of the largest, most respcctublo and enthusiastic ever assembled in this vicinity, for a similar purpose. The meeting was called to order' by David Craw ford, Esq. of Putney, nnd organized by the choice of the following officers. bit CYRUS WASHBURN, President. Hon. PiiiNEAs White, "V Lemuel Whitney, Caleb' Todd, Esq. Elihu Field. Esq. ' ' Hon: David CHandler; David CitAWFoitD, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 January 1840

E3 I public to its Congress, under circumstances which promise a speedy ratification, a result which 1 cannot allow myself to doubt. Instructions have been given to the Com missioner of tho United Stotes under our Convention with Texas, for tho demarcation tf the lino which separates us trom that Re public. Tho Commissioncis of both Gov vrhments mbt ia New Orleans in August last. The joint commission was organized, nml adjourned to convenu at tho same place on tho twelltn o( uctobcr. It is presumed lo. bo now in the performance of us duties. Thonexv Government of Texas hasshown iits dosiro to cultivato friendly relations with its, by n prompt reparation for injuries com- Warned ol in, tho cases ot two vessels ol thu II. States. With Central America a convention has Wn concluded (or the renewal of its former treaty with the United States. This was .not ratified before tho departure of our late Chargo d Affaires from that country, and the copy brought by him was not received before th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 January 1840

illustrate their precarious situation; En dangered in1 the first place by their own mismanagement, and again by the Conduct of- uvery institution which connects them with the centre of trade !n our own country, they are yet subjected, beyond all this, to cf fecl'of whnlever measures policy, necessity, or caprice, mnv inducu thnsn the credits of England io resort to. 1 mean not to comment upon these measures nres- ent or past, and much less, to discourage tho prosecution of fair commercial dealing between tho two countries, based on recipro cal benefits ; but it having now been made manifest that the power of inflicting these odd similar injuries, is, by the resistless law of a credit cuirency and credit trade, equal ly capable of extending their consequences 'through all the ramifications of our banking system, and by that means indirectly ob taining, particularly when our banks are used as depositories of the public moneys, n dangerous political influence in thu TIni. ted States, I...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 January 1840

iMore New Goods, Atad continually receiving at the Cheap Cash Store. rinHE subscriber feels thankful for past fa- X. voib, nnd will only say that many of his , Goods, ho is now selling less than the. first cost. Gcrmon Silver Table and Tea Spoons, Cheap. Flour bv the bnrrel. half barret niul retail. ' He is agent fur the Indian Vegetable Pills; Dr. Fhiiiney's Auli-Pyspcptic Family Pill Miles Tomato Pills, a substitute for Cnlomelj Dqct. Woodbury's Purgative rillsand ooium liin'ri Rvo Water. The highest price paid in Goods for all kinds ot rroduce. N. 11. Call at No. 1, opposite the Farmers' Monnnolv Store. PHILIP MARTIN. Guilford, Centre, Dec. 9, 1839. 15 Important Information! liQRRAINE'S Tkn flRiiuiun Ln illr.ilnrlnn Curative Vccctii" ble Uutvcrsnl Meilecinu of the French Col- leco of Health In TnrU. ALSO.Thc Vegetable Tonic or Wine Hitter, so much esteemed throughout Franco for its streiicthcinnir virtues a sovereign remedy for general debility. JUST AMUVF.li FItOM I'AIUS. 'throu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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