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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 31 December 1839

A. . CBffABJWICBi. TERM3 Tiie Cai.uuonian will bo publislind wookly nt $2.00 pur annum, or tit ,$1,50 if iiiit! in mlvnnco. II' puyinont is mndo within six iiionths froni tho time of Kiibsrcribing it will be nonsidorod ns ndvnnco pny. No pupor will bo disooni'timnd until nll nrrenrngos nro paid, oxcept m tlie optinn of tlio publishcr. (D'AdvcrliBL'innnta will lio insurtcd for tlio ciif tomnry priccs. Porsons nio roquostcd to Uati ih nupibor of we.oks tboy wisb tlioir Advcrtisorncnis published, olhurwiso they will bo insertod lill for mdnnd cbnrgnd nrcordingly. From a London Paper. E X T It A O R D 1 N A It Y C A S E . Muny yonrs ngo, two respectnhlo senfnring ujcn nrrived Into oneevoning al nn inn in Grnves ond,with tho intcntion of going nbnnrd (licir re spcctivo vossols as soon ns ihc tido eerved 011 llio following mnriiing.Althoiigh strnngors to ench othcr, tlieir similnrity of purstiits uiul inten. tions indtined them to join cnch other's com pnny. Tlicy soppcd togcrher,pnrtook ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 31 December 1839

2 Correspondence of the Boston Allas. - Washington City, Doc. 17, 1839. Tho Whigs iiro ull smiloa, nnd full of rojoicing. Whon tho nows of tho Harrisburgh nomination vrns first rccoivod in this city, tho Globo doclarod thnt tho wholo Wlig party would disband nt oncc, liko a country sohool nt tho word "dismissed." But tho Globo hns provod'n fiilso propliot, nnd tho prophccy itsolf haa boon rovorsod. . Tho Whigs Iiavo bocomo united, in Congress, lilto a Spurtan phalanx, and tho ndministrution forcca thcinsolvos liave disbandod ! Tho Mndisonian of this dnto, 1ms tin oxcollcnt urticlu on this subjoct, in which it is shovvn thnt tho Benton, Cnlhoun, Cravvford nnd Van Buron factions, that havo rison up within tho bosom of tho Locofoco party, sinco tho nominntion of tno Fnrmor of tlio North I3ond, for tho Prosi donoy,aro oa nntipathotical tocach olhor as oil nnd vincgnr, firo and wator, nnd will finally rend tho univorsal "spoils" party into a thouaand frngmonta. Tho Whigs in tho Houso hav...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 31 December 1839

FIIIE. LaBt Saturdny niglit tho sky in.a south-j orly direction from tliis placo was brillinntly il luinhmtod, in amannor too, indicating tlio cnubo to bo a largo firo. Wo Imvo einro loarnod thnt it was tho tavcrn houao occupiod by Mr Sluck, at Rye gate Comor. Tlio firo cuught from a slovo funnol passing through tlio ntticstory. Bo cautioua. C3Thoio was no man living at tlio timo JcfFor son, Madison, und Monroo succussivoly ocoupicd tlio Presidontinl Chair, in whom tlioso worthies ro posod moro unlimited confidonco tlia.n iu Goneral IlAnitisoN. Thoy cntrustcd liim vvitli dutios of groat rosponsibility, all of wliich ho faitlifully dis chargnd. Bolow is tlio opinion or Col. Itichard M. Jolinson of liis merits. Aliliotigli no ono can thinlc vory Iiighly of Col. Johnson's moral quulities, yoi 41s ho wus an ofiicor ondor Ilnrrison, lio is a good witnoss to provo liis bravery and slcill as exhibitod on tho tontnd fiold. Col. Riciiakd Al. Johnson's oriNioN or Gkn. Hahrison. Col. Jolinson ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 31 December 1839

POETRY. WI1Y DON'T YOU TAKE TIIE PAPERS.' BY OEOIIOK II. WII.I.1S. Wliy don't you tako tho. pnpcrs? Tho'ro 'llio lifa ofmy delight,' Excopt nbout clcction limcs, And thon I road fur spito. Subsdribo, you cannot looso u cnnt, Dopond tho advico isgood; For cmli thusnpont is morioy !ont, On intorcHt four fnld pnid. My grand-dad uvcd u malio hiu bruga Of livirig at a dny, Wlion papors nold ns chmip us rng; And trust was toolc for puy. JMy grandma, vvhon sho Imd lliu hluos, Would thnnk lier gracious stniv, Tlmt pnpers fillad witli wholsnmo nuws Woro scuttorcd cvcry whnrs. .t 1 know two ftiiinda,9 tn.:i:li aliko An oro you snw two slumpf; And no phronologist could find A difTerence in llioir bumps. Each had n fmrn ofoqunl worth, A protly wifo to kcop Thrco boys threo hnrtfopmid a eow, A dog and twonty Klicop. Ono took tho pnpurs and his liftj Is liappi'or tliun a king'it; Hm uhildrun all oan rnnd and wriip, And talk ofinon and thingn. The othpr took no papcrn, and Whilo strolling throiigb...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 7 January 1840

- - mf'fr--1 rv i 19B W9 S1 fUa4r II ., t iMJMWy a4 i ' W wt U a V laltWw ate )) a.iltwM Mf. Nb MMr wtal k ' j r r i H wiH a taf hv wmi llK A4 W l.tWf MSI S C KIJL, .Tf B U . TME 4TKAY MAKK W T1II BKTTBR. MORSK. TW tat aW "wW aywNT,' Mhtrh m ( A . f .-m . mwl wrh MMiy Mir cH-m. t ! 15 i n ?rj Ari iim. imii km nw ol kt. r. ArvunJiMfijr ,w fer w i, ., t..i uM hkm fiNN b MmH Imb lgte , i imlrMM lmvtc lnwmtil inlu Hmi t im lbiilinl at ii ttuMt wf wIhy f PMMI, aMr M WM ihm rw W.l INHN . . ' tw h rtrtPrii inin ikr iMinril I h w wn, 1 w Mteai t mn, tot whHi I 4ill txit h U vkf "i'i' l4Mitrl rs, nmi i", in )Mi-ii . ! ftHwtlry, ! MtwkMis Hrkrt imjiu ' Ht hWHt ! llMf hNMM ltf OViliy IIIHtl " .linriMf' mTMh fMMtily llllf, Hllit IU1 ' tini ih wK -ovrii, yoii will titnl yotir s w liefcw )9Mr Jmmvh-; I yuu'will nfc rHH ih iiiici.iimioii. Iiiit tiiuiN tn gtt lioim-, ntnl l"k ujon hii wif itd im oi- iIimii Imt ucihhor'? ' . "h" ilir ItMntl, yMir lioufji n jit fir-:, l t.tk Hiy luh4T Iioiiib Hjfi:i,...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 7 January 1840

nlnn stibmittod by tliat oflicor for Iho organization ol llio militin of tho Unitotl Sutton. In conformiiy whh iho oxprrsuod ivishosorCon. cross. nn nttompt wns mndo in tho spring to toriin iinto iho Floruhi wnr hy negotiulioii. lt is to bo rogruttod thallhoso humnno intcntions should hnvo bcon frustrntod, nnd thnt tho oflbrt to hring thoso linhnppy difiioultius lo u nntisliictory conolugion, ahould l.nvofnilcd. Ikil, uftur ontonng into bo . oinn ongngomunts with tho Coinniandirig Gcncrul, tho Indians, witliout nny provoontion, racomrnonc cd tlioir ncts (r tieneliory nnd inurder. 1 ho ro uownl of hostiUlios in thut Torniory rundors it noccesury tlmt I should roeomuioud to your fnvorn blo considtirntinn tlio plun wlitcli will bo aubmittod lo you hy tho Sncruluryof Wat in ordurlo cnitMo Ihnt tlopartment to eon'duct ihom lo u Muocossfuj is- btio. Iluvinr lind nn opnortuniiy i f porsonrilly Jnspoo- 1ing n portion of tho troops during tho last suminer it givos mo ploasuro.lo buui-testimo...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 7 January 1840

Buamcaaarvnn mnuTttmi oonscnuoncos would not liuvo followml, lind it atill coiiHMiuun :ornl Govarnmant. h isYo v'nin, whon tho inlluonccs und impulsos nro tho Bnmq, look for . difloronco m conduci or ro- SUYottlio commorco nnd curroncy of tho country nrn BufferinR ovilfl fmtn tho oporntions of tlio Sta o bank w iol, cunnot nnd oi.ght not to bo ovorlook. Bv thoir u.onns wo hnvo boon floodod . willi a donrcciatod pnpor, which it was ovidontly tho do Zof rfwrncrs oftlio Constitution to provont. whon thoy roquirod Congro3s to "oom monoy and "ulnto tlio vliluo or foroign coms," and whon thoy fnrlnido tho States "to com monoy, omit bills of rrodit mnlco nny thing but gold nnd silvor n tondor i,i nnyinont of dobts," or "pnss nriy law iinpninng ,,o obligntion of contrticts." Jf thoy dul not gnard moro oxplicity .ngninst tho ptosont stato of ll.ings, it was boeiiUHe thoy conld not huvo unlici patod tlint tho fow banks thon oxistiug wcro to bwoII to an oxtont which would oxpol to ao grout adc...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 7 January 1840

A T U T E S . XVIII. s s . iroooKS in civil nntisos nto, shnll bo hy writ and Hiilistmitiiilly ac 1 by Inw. ny issuo ngninst tlio i defonilunt, nnd for signod liy a jndgo or oy nro roturtinblo, or irt, or ii jiiHtico of tlio rnnhlo. )c sigtied by n jud o liicli thoy nro roturn- tlliltl. f. No writ oft-uininoru nr nttnclmn'nt, roquir mg nny potson to appcir and unswer boforo nny I'onrt in this stnto, shull bn issued unless ilioru bo siilfioiont socurity glvan to tlio dulondant by wuy of rocngnizunco, by soino pcrson othor than tlio plaintifl', to tlio satisfactinu of tiio mitlmrity signing suHi writ, tlint tho plaintili' shall prosccutu his writ to cfleet, nnd shnll nnswor all dnmugo', il judgineni bo rcndorod ngninst. Iiim, a ininnto of wlnoli recognizanco witli tlio nnmo of tlio suvoty and tlic siun in which bo is bound, sliall bo mudo npon tlio writ al tlio tinio of signing tho snme, and signed by such mitlmrity , and if nny writ sliall otlicrwiso bo 'usued, tlio samo, ou mofion, ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 14 January 1840

vmj. fliir.- iT. iss rpEJtJlJS TllK CALEUONIANjWill bo pubHflhod woofcJy ' $2uu Pur unnum, nr nt $l,f) if puid in ndvnnoo. If paypiont is mado within six uioulhs ftatn thu timo or subscribing it will bo considcrod udvnnco nnv. No nnnor will bo discontinuod iintil all arronragoB Uro puid, oxcopt at tlio option of tho publiHlior. lCpAdvortisements will bo inBcrtcd for tho cuh tomnry pricoa. Pcraons nro rcqucstcd to sfafo tho numbor of wooks thoy wish tholr AdvortiBomonis ipHblishoil, oihorwlso thny will bo insortod till for? bid und chnrgad accordingly . . Frojn thc N. Y. Obscrver SENTENCE FORxMURDER. Judeo Edwards rcccntlv pronounced the fol- lowinc sentencc, in tho casc.of John Smnuk of New York, convictcd of tho murder of his wifo! The fact statcd by Judgo E. tfiat in thc lasl ninc ycars, clcven menhadheen arraigneii hcfore him for the murder of their toivcs, lcn of whoih wore drunknrds, shows tho vnsl tmportanc.o of contin Ucd nnd incroasing cflbrta to givo oflicncy to thc tempura...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 14 January 1840

llero sliall tlio Presa tlio People's rightH niaimain, Unawcd by influcncc nnd unlrilied by gain If ero patriot Trulli 1icr glorious preccpts draw, Pledged to Religion, Liberty, nnd Law. TUBSDAY JANUARY 14, 1 84 0. FOR PJtESIDENT, Wm. Uenry Harrison, OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRES1DENT, John Tyler9 OF V1RGIN1A. THE CURRENCY THE MESSAGE. Wo havo ono favoi to osk of tlio roader, and llmt is, ttiat iio will read altenttvely the following nili clo. Itis from tlic New Yorkei, a jiapcr neiitral iti pohtics, but well Wifurincd in niallers relitmg to tho currency. lt is a tnclaneholy rcfiuclion tliat a Chicf Magistruio of this great nntion shonld de grado lho officc he Iiolds by putting forih a Mcs Bngo whicli, from its disregard oftruth, is not ou litlod lo bc considered only as a pnrtiznn manifes to nn eleclionceriiiK harunsue. 1NDEPENDENT TIIOUGHTS ON TI1E DEPENDKNT TREASURY. IN Nearly four colurnns of oui last paper wcro voled to an ablc and furciblo arsuinunl from de. the I President of the Un...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 14 January 1840

m-Tho following nro tho rosolutions ndoptod nt tho annunl mcoting of tho Caledonia County Anh Slavory Socibty holdon nt Peacham Doc; rf j Rcsolvod, Thntslavuryis .in-Tl.orolbro, Rosolvod, thnt wo liavo tho fidlost confidonco ,n tho Anti Slavory criuso-for, ns Chr.st.nn.ty in its carl'y cxistonco nbolishod tho systom of Slavory whore it thon oxortod i(s Influoncq, so, wp Irust tho day is rapidly npproaching, whon Amonca will ho Irood from its polh.tiot.s. 2. Itesolved, That, in Viow ol Uio formor succoss tind of tho prosontchooring prospocta of Abolition 7..m.ilu mvn nlnrv !o G'rid' rind tako cour- 1S111, WO ' o 'j , elilJ iooking unto Illm for dircbtidn in al! otir pnn's nnd oporations, and praying tliut IIo vould liaston tho day of its comploto triutnpli. 3. Rcsolvod, That wo havo groat oncourngo tnont to hopo for tho Hpoody abolition of slavory in our land, from thc faot that tho causo of omuncipa tion hns so gonorolly onlistcd tho sympathios and influcncoof tho femalo community. ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 14 January 1840

, it'EV l.S E D STATU T;,E S.t C II APTE lt XXVIII Concludcd, ; ' P R O C E S 8 . 28. If tho oxooution ia put into tho hnnda of iir.li nfl'iiw. nnil llin rntiirn of noil OSt inVOOtUS 1)0 Inrrnllv tnnli llinrnnn nn nforosoid. tllO plnntifT mHV tvilliiti nnn vnnr. nnil not aftor. from tho Umo of rondcring tho judgmont, boing his writ of aciru fucins ngainBt suuh suruty, nncF unless tho surely almll surrondor tho body of tho prinoipal into court oriiliow his doulh, hoforo judgmont, on llio sciro fncina, nnd pay tho onats upon tho aoiro fuoina, tho court fthall (unloss jtiftt o.uubo bo shnwn to tho cnri trnry,) rotidur judgment ngninst such auroty t'or thu nmnuiitof tho duniiiUB nnd costs in tho originii1 notion, with tho ooats on tho sciro faciua. if iri auch onso tho judgmont bIiuII havo hoon rouderod by ii jnstioo, tind bucIi jualico sliall havo diod or. ho out of oflioo,.llo ; suiro, fucins niiiy ho conitiiopcod nnd. friod hoforo somo othor jpsiico. 29. II' i io prinoipal is surrund...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 21 January 1840

Jlf ST. .IWIBISBttJRY, TT., JAWUARY 28, fl$dO. VL. fifffi. isio TERAIS Tiie Caledonian will bo pubiisliod weokly ' $2'00 Pbr unniim, or ut 1,50 if pa'ul in advnnco. If payment is mado witliin six inonilia from thti limo of subscribing it will bo considcrod hs advnnco pay. No papcr will bo disconlinued until nll arroarngos are paid, cxcopt at tho nption of tfio pnblislior. lCFAdvcrtisenicnts will bo insertcd for tho cus tomary priccs. Porsons aio requosted to ttatc th numbor of wnoUs thoy wisli their Advcrtisomcius pubiisliod , othcrwiso thoy will bo inscrtod till for bid and charged accordingly. fTho two following Chnptera cmbrace all of tlic Revisod Statutes including wliat wo liavo boforc publiahod oidored to bo printod in tho nowspu pera. ItEVISED STATUTES. CHAPTER XXV. O F T II K SUPRE.ME J1JVD COUJVTY COURTS. . Thcro shall bo a supromo court witliin and for this Stato, to bo hold at tho rospoctivo timea and placcs by law appointod forthat )iirposc,wliicb shall consist of ono ch...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 21 January 1840

Corrcspondcnct of the Bostvn Jlllas. Washington City, Jnn. G, 1840. Tho movotiionts on tho noliticnl choss.boord uro riocoming moro nnd moro intorosling ovory tlny . -Tho norninution oi'Gcti. llnrrisun for tho Presi doncy, tippcnrs to havo scttlod tho plans of tho Locofoco nspirants thnt hnng aruund iho camp of tho Destruclives. Tho Arch Nulhfior has declnr od himsolf fully in fnvor-of tho lcnding mcnsures of tho Administration ho hns vtsitod tho VVhito llouso niid sworn ulloginnco to llio Mngieinti. Col. Bonton mado a new nnd a sort of indepeu lent movomont in iho Sonato toduy, in opposition to Mr Cnlhoun'a Land Bill, upon which tho b-ptti -riiiff tooU plnco butwcun Mosars. Clay ond Cnlhoun on Fridny last. Col. Bonlon, it mny bo rccnlleoled, inlrodncod n Borios of Rcso'lutinus, or nbstrnc.t propositions, soino days sinco, dcclnring lliat tho Nntionnl Gnvern raonl hns no constituuonul powur to nsaumo Stnto Ijoans, &c. &c. This inonung, Col. Beiitnn callcil tho.attcntion of t...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 21 January 1840

Soon, tliolnrgo Hnll wna fillnri witli wurmhenrtod ftoomon, nnd Alajor Howlun.l, ono of tho bravo inon who fought with llarriaon at tho Than.os, wua callod to tho Ciiuir, and Aloscrs. Dosnoyera, btow nrt, Eldrod, Woodwonh nnd UrookB, tho ultor al so n Boldior undor Ilarriaon,' and ono of tho Kon tucky troop wliich pnrsucd I'roctor m ius fhght woro appointed Vico Prcfiidoiils. Goorao C. Bntoa, Kaq , ono of tho Do cgntcs to tho National Coin-entioii, wna firat called on, nnd aftor neatly delnilmg llm proccedmga and rcaulta of t)0 Convcntion, inndo a vorj nloquont nppoal tr. ihn Froornon of Micliigan to rully bonontli tho itondnrd of HARRISON nnd TYLER. flo wns fo"wod hy Col Brooks, ono ol'tlio Vico Prosidonts, nnd of thc Kontucky Voluntocrs, who upoko briolly, but forcibly nnd oloquontly, nnd, in u recilal of tho dood8 of tho brnvo mon who fouglit nndcr IIAItRISON at Tippocnnoo, Fort Aloigaand tho Thnmoa, wns listencd to with profound lntcr ost and nttontion. Otlior gontlomon nddrosse...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 21 January 1840

W I N T E R . jjy auis sioouunev. I doom thoo not unlovoly thouglrihou com'st With n stcrn visngc. To tlio tunolcss bird Tlio londor flow'rct tho rojoicing slream, Tliy disciplino is linrsh. But unlo mtin Mothinks thou Iinsl n kindlior ministry Tho longthonod ovo is Aill of firo-sido joys, And dcnthlcss linking of wnnn lionrt to lionrt ; So that tho lioarso stronm pnsscsby unhonrd. Eartli rob'd in white, n pcnceful Sabbalh holds, And keopeth silcnco nt hor Mnker's foot. Slio ceasoth from tho unrrowing ofiho plough, And from tho hnrvcst aliouting. Mnn should rcst Thu3 from Iiia fovcrod pnssions nnd cxhnlo Tho unbreatlied carbon of IiTs fcstoring thought, And drink in holy honltli. As tho tossod bark JDoth eccU (bo shcltcr of some quict bny To trim its nhnttorctl cordagc and ropnir Its rivon uails so should tho toil worn tnitul Refit for timo 's rough voyogo Mnn, perchance, Sourcd by tlio world'a shnrp commorco, or impnir'd By tho wild wnndanngs of his Btnnnior wny, Turna likoa truant...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 28 January 1840

IS"Sr A. . CIIADWICk; ST.. VT., JAMUABSY 38. HS4LO. VOL. 251. IV. BJJO TEKWS Ihk LALnuoHiA.lt will bo piibllahcd waoUly nt ij.uu por unnum, or nt $1,00 U" paid in ncJvanco. Ii'payniont is nindo within siic mnnlha from tlio time ol subacnbing lt will bo conaidcroc aa ndvnnco nnv. No nancr will ho disp.nntiniin.l until all nrroaragos uro paid, oxcopt at tliu optlon of uiu juiiiisuur. inrAdvortiscmonts will bo insuHct) for tlio cnn tomary pnces. l'orsons aio reqiiostod to statc th" mimbor of weoks thoy wisb tliair AdvortisombhiB publishcd, otnerwiao thoy will bo insortod till for bid nnd clinrged nccordingly. IWISCISIiliAlVEOUS. YOUNG PAUOUS Tlio 'old Frotich VVar,' wns over. Tho hnn nors of En;lnnd hnd long strcnined nbovo tho towors of Quobec. Tlio Indiatis linil left the woods and Inkcs of New Ilnnipsliire, for tho broadcr wutors nnd doupcr forcsts ol Cunudn nnd tlio west. Timo Imd bonuincd thoiron sin 'cws of the rangors untamublo hy nny'otlier cti -ciriy o-' thoy were slooping 'ea...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 28 January 1840

The wnr havlng boon thus glorioubly lorminnt jj in his ovvti dirliict. U:rrWonrcpaiieil to Erio nnd tendcrud hia sorvioos lo iho artny opernting in that quarter. Unforlunntely, tlio Seorctnry of Wnr wtis ilicro, who H-lt uimifl privato griofs unrudross otl nnd wns tyorcovor tuivioiitj of tlio Inurols which Gonerul llnrriaon Imd eo donrJy, but justly won, cin" unwilliiig to sno iinothor uddcd to tlio wroaih ho ordorod hun to r.-puir lo Ohio, whoro !m lind m furthor duty lo porlbnn, hnving ulroady brought tho wnr lo n closo in lliat quartor. Tlio ordor was o beyod. Ho roiurnwl to his fninily nnd linmodialu. Iv rcsb'ncd his ooinuiis.sion, doclaiing that ho could nol honostly oat thu bread of tlio Gnveriiinonl wlion ho was doniod tlio privilego of rondoring servicea in roturn. Horo, sir, Sorininntod forover .t.o liriltinnt militurv ciueor of u hero wlio liad won many victorios, but tcha uever lost a batlle. Now, sir, lol ua look at iliis dislinguishod tnan in polilical and privato lil'o...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 28 January 1840

f 0RTIII3R PAIITICULAIIS OP ' TllliJ BUItNlNG OP Tlllfl LEXINGTON. Tlio Hccacs of clidtrtiHH uxhibitial sonu uf'ier Imiifloiiud iho hour, ntiu com'- mittmr tlnimsfilv.-M 10 iho clifloront urtiulos of fioight, oxueod nny tiiintf wiitcli hna nocti ro Intecl in JnlHo or hiatory. II'". strugglod tuid ciiea of'uaaiatntiuo, thu Mxolmiiationa of (lespair nnd thosctoauia of ngony aro dusoribed byCapt. Ilillanl H8 infiniiu'y surpnssing in liorror any thin" tlmt lio could huvu proviously iinuginod. Amnng tlio pussuiigora woro AIm Jnrvia, (wifo oj' RuaHolT Jnrvli, Gaq. Into of Philailelphiu,) witli her" tvo riifilrou. Captain II. anw Mrs Jarvia, witli oiw of her childron in her ariita, floating om u I"1'0 of cotton; tliu othor lenptid overboard, nn nlfo hail a groui inaiiy othor imascNgf.M.s somo twoiity of whom liml life presurvcrs ' 011. Wlien obaervml by Capr. II., JM rs Jnrvia woa frnnticly cnlling upon pursoua in tlio vvater 10 presorvo hor chih', nnd liring it to licr oii tlio Imlc. Moth...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 28 January 1840

POETBY. THE BURIAL GROUND AT SIDON. J1V MAIIY IIOWITT. Tlio iload nro ovcry whoro! Tlio mountaiii sido; tho plainj tlio woodsprolound; Al! tlio wido carlh tho furtilc nnd tlio fair, . Ih ono vast buiinl ground ! Witliiti tlio pojiiilous ntrcot, In Bolitury honica; in pluees liigh; In plensiiro-domos wliuro pomp and hixury moot, Mon bow thcmsvlvcs to dio. Tlio old man at liis door; Tlio unwcnuod child murtnuring its worldless Hong; Tho bondniiin nnd tlio frco; tlio rich, tlio poor; All, nll to tho tloath bclong ! Tlio sunligljt gilds tlio walls Of kingly sopulohros inwrought vvith brnss; And tho long shndows of thccyprcss fulls Athwatt tho cnmmnn grass. Tho living ofgono timo Buiidcd thoir glorioua cUics by tho sca, And awful in thoir grootncss snt siibliini', As if no chango conld be. Tlioro was tho oloquont tongne; Tho poct'j heart; tho sago's soul was thero; And loving woman with thoir childron young, Tho faithrul and tho fair. Thoy woro, but thoy aro nnt; -Stius roso nnd sot, nnd...

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