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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 25 October 1843

ffaxpk flfce 9C ESrifcls 3oumaI, Brbotrt to JJoUtfes, Xfteraturp. gforrcaltttre, iHoraltts, Grncral XntclUijcncr arrtiiPamtin c,nj(nfl. H. J3ELL, Edrtor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT.:OCT. 25, 1843. VOL. VIII.-NO. 25 MwUthmn mt 'rB" sobtu e.m or the bbidg. by J. COBB JR. bv whom all orders fr printing -Books fm,)hl:ts, Bills, Cards, fcc, of every des cnption wiil oe neatiy anu iusuiqdboij cx ecuted, atshort notice. gfQ, fVS - rt?rnt8 of )SS.toRtn Mofttntt. . ' V f nSKritr, . 2 00 Mil ubjcriitri, . ' - - .. i . i . . . i ci-7.;c.r 1'50 nu ir paid in iiz momh: Tho-e lu. tAc of roftrUt" . . 2 00 IfBaipaid"'"""""""-'" artcannot imilatc. Thc lillv might per- jJSWpSn!: 'Tt been though, ,o have preLna aCnimAih' jctpior.lnl lj tb proprieior ,ed too much in hcr complexion. had not Mleomra inicationi munuc uurieu io uieeaiior fair Pii- MISCELLANEOUS. 2Thr Host iJrt'TJc; A IICEND OF THE WHITE MOl'XTAIIkS. BV MRS. SAUAII JAXE IIALE. A tale of the oUlcn time Whra he "ch liaJ 1 hapPJ liome; Autl ...

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. — 25 October 1843

I ttbniiM not be wilhheld. I ihank you most cordinlly ftir the honor vju Imvo confcrred upon mi, and I wiI as aiilunusty co opcrnte with you in pnmioting niieh nieasures forUo good oflhe poople as yur rolleclive- wiidom may devij'e, and aid jou, so fur ns-it is mv province, in bringing ing llit scwtion to a close with all convenient t!ripatchj JOtlN MATTOCKS. KxKCOTIVE ClIAMBF.R. JiJiitpeIi'cr, 4ih Oct. A. D. 1843 LEGISLATURE OF VERMONT. SENATE. Fridt, Oct. 13, 2 o'ciock, P. M. A message was received froni the House ihit the House had passed a bill abolishing thc office of Assistant Clerk, raising the alarv of Clerk to 3400. and eivinz the appoiutriient of asslstants to the Clerk. The bill was read twice and referred to committee on Judiciary. A mc63age was received from the Gov- ' rnor aiinouncing that he would take the : alh of office this afternooti at 3 o'clock; ! and hc would communicate to the Sen-! ale his annual messagc to-uiorrow at 11 o'clock. I On motion of Mr. Canip the ...

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. — 25 October 1843

fi.ffieienily protectcd he suggests thal lltne wfll determinc nhcther ihej fricnds of thoso lio rnost loudly complaim of the taiiffin ihis respeci possess the powcr in the ncxt rre!. will remedy tho evil. The loco- focorscy may sconl and sncer to their hearts llie uour.Qca n ff;ve us the honest old palriarch of Peacham. He isTrstraight forwardj un. n- Mrc anll3 independenl Btaleman who ,cver crosscs his Itact or cajoles his oppo. j ,Bd with a party. who value strict r.t. probii -f j and a resolute avowal of ahcra, he car Eotfail of the arrncst cotnmendation. THE ELECTIONS GOOD, Jfow that the confusion and claneor of .i.recentpoliticalconteslsin several statcs, ,)ejutsidcd wecan calmly look over the feld acdjudgo corrccllywbo have been mmers Iv the conflicts. Tho returns aro nffieiendjr complclc for th.s purposc c beginour aummary by a retrospcctive to TrsxEfEE v-nicn nas given ineir nouie : "'u,,,l,o wl,al ue communicuies,,iHiorms us ul1iVcrnor,Mr.Jones,.ibovofourthou.;,,iat "severa...

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. — 25 October 1843

ESS PORK, for Site hy gept 35 1KA 3 lKWil i GROCERiES. lUSSEI. & GRID.'ctnni.p ..,. He w.II do all kinds uf j ibs LEY have iusl re- i uived fiom New York, the i. . r. r XV' . iYieciicines, i aiius, xenuuicaj vero!rcr-df.rsaleinthiCounly,Btgreat. . lv redured pricos for casli Mrt. Gkidlet whoso tho'ooah acquaint. anee i:h the Urue and .MedicUfi busineea : i well kponn, will have ehurge of lho,con..j rrp. Phwiaiuiis are invited to call and l - . i : i I fxnmtnc oieutrinrs nuj jifinn ut wio wiu tng to market for fiieir supplic. Middlebury, July 1 1, 1843. 10 TrnTTPl? T,IE "b'wibwi haTiag form- Krmnf RU3SEL fc GR1DLEV . ' " , ... . , . ... vnnU inform tlie publ'c tbat tliey will continue the Drcoo, Mcoici3C,nd (iROCiKt BosmEisal b Mor furmerlyoccupied by W. F. Rnrlel, Critdoor outb oftbe Poit Offic. W. P. RUSSEL. Middlbury 20Si. 1S43. II. C. GR1DLEY- FOR SALE. IN SHOREHAM, baif mileaoalh of the low-nnilla. 62 eti-jor Rood Und a gninl houp painted out and ii eidt. u rrood hain and uo...

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. — 1 November 1843

BUthm C Eycclt! 3Journal, Bcbotrtr to JJoItttcs, JLftrratttrr, Sforiculturc, 3Hor.Htt2, (Kcnrral XntrlUrjrncc aift iP.imui llnrtitns. JI. BELiLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.rsNOV- 1, 1843. VOL. VIIL-M). 2b" prgtjSIED EVER V WEDNESDAY MOSNIM X03TII EXD CF TIIE BIUDGE, BY J. C O B B J R. bvnhomallordcrs for printing Bo PiinpMcts, Bills, Cards, &c.,ofevcry Books nphlcts, ISillSi aras, oic, ot evcry aes trnlion will be ncatlyandfashionably es ecutcd, at short noticc. Village lubftribere. $2.00 2 00 Jliil otcriucrs. Indir.cliial.amlCoropani" ai me oince 51'7jor I MU cri Thhoukeofros.rider, , . 2,00 II not pam at meeau No napcrs discoiitinued until arraaraes are paid tscrpt at the T''0" of ttc rroPr Ie,or- No Pa5 mcr' loCirrieriallonwl -xcept ordered by the proprietor eminaniation musibe addreased to the editor 3IISCELUNE0US. For tlie People's Preti OCTOBER. OctoberV here on tlie hill Wafting the sor.g of many a rill, Andas iheir minglcd nuirmurs flow, How softly sneet tliey ...

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. — 1 November 1843

LEGISLATURE OF VERMONT. SENATE. bAxnitDAV, Oct.2 1 . Bills. Mr. Camp introduced a bill rclnting to Iicences to inkeepcrs. The bill relaiing lo llic punislimcnt f capital crimes was taken up, and m motion of Mr. Read, made. tlie spc cial order for Tuesday morning. A message was reccivcd from tlie Governor nnnouncin2 ihat hc Iiad com- tnunicated to the House tlie report of iav. Paine concerning tnc dcar, dutnb, blind and insane poor. Tlie Senate ailjourned to Monday. HOUSE. Reportsof committee:'. By .Judic iary committee, against bill rclating to interest and repcaling scc:tioiis 3to 11, niclusivc, ofchap. 10 rcvised statutcs, nnd thev were dismisscd. By com tnitlee ofWays and Mcans, bill to credil town of Ripton $t37 09 and in terest on the tax of 1S12, rejected on the 2d reading. By committee on roads against the petition of Ccntre Turn like Co. and the petition jvas laid on he table. By select committee, a gainst the various petitions loran alter ation of the sliire to Addison Coun...

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. — 1 November 1843

vVVI.RS.niE3 at MONTPELIER TlicsO erc a'.iended lnst wcek. On luesAy "!,'S a meeting of tlie frieuds j.jY.inperancewuslitlJ at'the brirk Church. 00(j oudi'cnre was in ntiendance, and an .estiii? ndJresi delivered by Mr. Van. Qa VeuWI'y nfiernnon thn I.iberty parit lnr'J conv,''n'0" 'n lne ree Church. jbe chid u4f ct naa I0r c0"summl,l'n? ar rangenwnU for cstablishing ajpaper which Inll'be'be organ of llio party to be pnb. iiedM Montpelier- II is lo be ediTed by 1 "r Mr. A'penwll a Methodist clergymnn, '"e Lon.oii!e Whig. Tlie present subscri- j , . l0 t!ic Vermont, Frceraan residing in Vermont arc expectcd to patronize the new j li is, to cuhi':"i.c vu tnc uiai ui , fLember next. Mr. St. Clair is expected j ..i i!ivcn Vermont and New Hamn loiaw " lli:eSS8pe!)tofthe Liberty Parly. On 'iVednesday a meeting of the Bible held. A new consiitution was i Sfj-ittvwas ,iopicd. A very interesung aouress was "eiveredby Mr! McCarler of New York jfiifc'atcofihe parent Society. From the report of...

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. — 1 November 1843

FESS PORK, for Sale ly IRA STEWAT A last tokcn of rcspect to depart cd fricnds. ri 1 HEMibscriberhas mi hsaconlractwith X Mr. WilUnn of ihi- firni !" Wuy, Wil on Jc Co'Iin.i. who oivn Ihe well known qinury of ninrh.e in Ei-: D.)n.e, : by which liu ia enubted ti furn.sh for a!l ivli.i may wam them ia this region. Thc-e stont are supcnor 10 any naow ... iuc Uitited Siates.and niefasto',laini.iga prefer-. i nce in Bnstan, New Y..rk, and Plnhdel- J phia, to wlncl. cilies nrje quaniiucs nave been eni. 'I'bey are pure white marble.and so iranlucenl that an inscripiiou may be rcad inlherchl l)V plac.ng a candle cn the si 'e of the sioneop'posiie to t. Tluy are alsore rnailiablc for dura'jiliiy. Theslab' nny be of nnv suitable size riquired, and lree from ilaws and ftasbcs. I bavecontr.icted with iMr. Nelsonl. Surord,ofD..rFei, a sUi lful aitist, 10 finijh and lettcr thom accordi 'g lo dirtc tiun?. Theset.toiiemay be setn at ihe Grave lard rear my n-sidence in Sborcharn. and refen nce U giv...

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. — 8 November 1843

ittftMetmrg JJcoplc 1 SSccfcls Jourrtnl, JDcbotetr to BoUttcfl, attcraturc. safowulture, iHornltts, (Srncral Xntrllt'ncncc arrti jFamns iUatitnrj. XJ. J3ELLi Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT.n::NOV. 8, 1843. VOL. VI1I.-NO. 27 II fCBtlSIlr-D EVER- WEDNESDAT MOBNIKG XSSTU KXB OF T1IE BRIDGE", DY J. COBD JR. bT whow all orders for printing Books PaTiahlets, Bills, Cards, &c, ofevery des tription will be ncatly and fashionably ox ,cateJ, atshort notico. Minns o Oaje fut-cribert. $2.00 2,00 I.LtakanJCoiapanlM ho lake at the offic. clTSorl'30 ccntsifpaid m six monllu. noL.bo.aUoflVnriJer, . S2.00 Ino pa.a t U,ccnJ r the year 2. 25 Jo paners discominned uutil arrcar-ses are paid ,Kitihe'r'i"''fib;i,ro':r!etJor.- f1'0 py?e,t rmersIIosl eept ordcred b, tlie propnelor Allromnuinicationsiinistbe ad.lre.sed to the editor Tair 3IISCELUNE0US. ftr Bittrr SltfjlU. 11 y MRS. roitii. 1'ling ano&er fagot on the fire,my child, qidaBcak voice, as of a sick woman, '1 am vcry cold. How the win...

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. — 8 November 1843

Vcranal L;glslature. SENATE. FniDAV, Oct. 27. Report of Committees. Mr. Sabin, fr .m ihc select committee raised 011 so u.ucii of Ihe Governor's messagf. as relates to slavcry and the annexation of Tcxa to thcCmon, and on tlie resoiuuoiis u. a thing indircctly, which should be aonc Read, rcported a set of resolulions and a directy ;f done at all. He believed the Inll fiirtbrr to portect human liberty ; cause ( temperance was noiv progressing which were read and laid on the table. more rap;dy tian ;t would progrcss, if at Mr. Cahoon called up the bill requiring j terapls lvere niade to ald it by Iegislatiou. pmperty takcn ou execution to be postcd TJ)e frjends cf tnlt caufe, iudeed, ask no 14 days before sale ; supported by Messrs. jggjgjjtj,,,, ; atvancc 0f public opiuion. Briggs. Fafr. A- A,lon. Bu,Ier a"d P"r,cr , Thc bill was thcn rejected on thc third and opposed by Mcssrs, Cahoon, Camp read;ng Dutton. Mr. Farr rooved to amend, ae- ( Capital Punishmcnts. M,..ring the sale to be ...

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. — 8 November 1843

r-5 -?iTs - ..r'rtd. I heiefiw. tlial noiu cur. . jcJtun udcrlo ruch r.ominee our Jial op'irotalion and supporl tLv, Tliai in i-eleeliiig n candidnte fsf . .wm:iju . - . . A !n IIIO r III" iuuuilJ. , uii.wi Cl ..riknl .flar'f.m ulllfh I I'eaiwl ull ofadcnr bounht cxper itCC'sok(d, Tlmt wr rnler upon the cam- of W'1'1 n coiifiJenco in tln '" j ofour principles, aDd in llio no 'CBI-lv if our pn!rV lo ,,,t; prosperilj f thi ' telcco'antiy. wltch is unimpa red by pcr - Yostirachctv, or by lcrnporary defeaf ir'ook -south, and Georiu shows her bea n-Iiehi tnumphonily blnzmg on the Whig V We look West, ntid Tentiessec "jOliio are lighiing ihe skics wiih the i! of tht-Ir pairioiic achicvements, and K pioroise that Vcrmontshall scnd back i ; prrei?Di from thc summit of her un jerqiiBrcd muuntains On mo'.ion of Mr. Allcn, the Convcn. fca 5i!jourrcd iine di. THE PEOPLE P.ETRAYED. Under this head we find an article in the st Vermont ratriol. Tho oditor is a!. oosl franlic at whal ho stylos the ...

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. — 8 November 1843

A last loken of rcspcct to dcpart ed fricnds. y M E Mtjjscriber has m-n!u a conlracl with L Mr. Willson of ihc firin ufWay, Wil- ...ni. & Cnllin, wboownlhf! aell known i.i:irry of marble in Eist I)orse'.,-Vt.. by uhich lie is enabled to furnuh QRAVE STONES i-. ii ...i,.. mnir wnni ihem in th'S reeion. These Rtont are wiperior io any know in the United Siates, and are fast o'.taining a prefer- incein Bnstop, rew xrK, anu i nuauei iiliia, to which cities lirge quanlities have ljctn sem. They are pure white marhle,snd j.o iransluccnt that an inscription may be read Jn ihf ni-rht bvnlar.in acadle cn the siic of the sione oppos'ne to it. They are also re maikahle for durability. Theilabi may be rn,r cninHi- tiic rrnuired. and Iree from fhws" and flasbrs. I havcconrractcd with Mr. rTlmnn.i. n lToVeiiain L D. Gie- Jnd Jobn S.raond, m Sho el latn. L . U. U te ...r :-;....,. i Hnt, Sillk II-JfnliOD. . Ira All ii. aud Asa Chapman Middlebury. Tne subscriber will likcwis-c rurnisb stono frn...

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. — 15 November 1843

Mwmhuvn ES'ccftlP Joumnl, Dcbotctt to JJoUttcs, SLttcraturc, srjjriculturc, SBoraKts, (Gfcncrnl XMelltflcnce atft jpnmfls ilcaWnn. , B EL L5 Editor and Proprictor. -MIDDLEBURY VT.:NOV. 15, 1843. VOU VIU.-NO. 2S - rrBiisncD Evnnv wedxesday jioenikg j.v StBWAET's BUII.DIXCS, IJY J. COBB JR. brivhoniall ordcrs for printing Boolts p'rnpM-'ts. Bills, Cards, fcc, of evcry dcs ,rintion will 1)0 ncatly and fashionnbly ox tcated, vaisge snbieribcrs, 82.00 MailubscnWrf. 2,00 iaa;viJMl3anlCoinp.mic3 ho take at the office S1.75.ri'30 nts .r paid .n s.x monih,. Ttite.dftteJri25 " ' Ko papcrs discontimicd notil arrearages are paid (1piatiheopiionofiliepropr!etor. Ko payraei t KCarrlerjalliiircdrxceptordcred bytheproprietor ABcommonicaiioasmostbcadilresjedtotbeeditor Post Piid ' Tor llie Pcople'e rress. j3rsultorB SHustllflS. nr a nzcLCSE. No. I. Some niinds are cnamorcd of solitudc. In j tchorry and lumult ofactivo lifo they findhuD(lre( y;,,.,,, distant from mylinc; his to pari assigncu iiu-w. i...

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. — 15 November 1843

rcdouble our exertions, and firmly resolve never to cease employing them, until the Government is purified, aiid once more con flded to bonest and faitliful hands. I cannot conclude without a tender of my cordial thaiiks for the scntimcnts ofat tachraentand confidence towards me which you have done mc the honor to convey, and of assurance of my being Your grateful friend, And obedient servant, II. CLAY. From the Albany Weekly Jouraal. TO THE FRIENDS OF THE TAlUFF. Wo nnncx tho opinions, rerenlly avowed, of the tvo prominent Oandidates for ihe Presidency, on the subjecl of ihe Tariff. We placn them in pamllcl columns the bct ler to enab:e the rcader to compure tlio two top!llicr; HeNRY ClAY. MaRTIN VaN BuUEN. I lliink that what " I have nt no time ever revenue is ncc or any wtiete paus- ossary 10 an econo om'cal nnl honest ndminislratiun nf the General Govcrnm. onl nughl to be der. ivcd froin dutics im posed on forcign im. portt; nnd I belicvo 4hat, in rslaLlishing n tarifT of tliose...

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. — 15 November 1843

MR. KVERE1T. , , ,r reaJtrs masl havc noliced in our ,ro record Ibc rcsignation cf tlie " tr.icc Evcrctt thc mcmber from ' u Upon his rcturn to his constit .. a mccting of ull parlies was callcil "bc court liouse in Windsor, to hcar his lion of thc motivcs which influcnc -..lM.ftin:,rV eIpII whTfll llftl j Ibis vcO "' - ' I lurns so iar, inai uie wwg strcngui in mc '.kcn. Aficr hcaring Mr Eicrelt. a , legislalurc will be considcrably reduccd. , f jnrcsiivc of thc warmcst thunks tiH wr say ' nil desperandum " in rela ,h andrailhfulnessoftheirdis- on to thc state of Ncw-York. In 1644 , , tho whigs can clcarlv carry thc city ac . ..rcscntnlivo as passcd and cordlng lo prcsent appcarances. Thc lo , -..Mgualion as- in accordancc cos i,avo foucht liko mad mcn, and unitcd , ; Mmsolf and his constitu and disiphncd to a liair, whilc the whigs burg, liave been purcnascil tn Cngtand by ri, pcrsonal invcctivcs of camo forward almost without organization, ' Messrs- Derby & Crockcr, ata very ...

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. — 15 November 1843

fESS PORK, for Sale I , ,. SVnt25 IK43lIia A last token of rcspect to dupart cd friends. r"B H l E subscribcr has irnJe a cnnl ract iih X Mr. Willsnti of tlie firm f Wuy, Wil. son & Collins, who owd tho wrll knowa rmarrv of marblo in East Dor.c, Vt.. by wliicfi he is cnablcd to furnish for all wlui may want tbcm in lli-a region. These stone are bupeiior to auy know m the United Statcs.and are fast oUainin? a prefer cncc in B'lston, New Yurk, and I'hilidel phia, to which cilies largc quatililies have Lcen scnt. Thcy are purc wliile marhlc,.md t.i Iransluee nt ihat an inscripiiou may be read in the iiisht bvplacing acandlc cn tl'O si !c of tlie smne opposiie to it. Thy are also re maikable for durabiiity. Theslsln nw be ofanv Kuilablc size rcquired, and Irce from fiaws' and llashrs. I hnveconlrattcd willi Mr. Nelson I. Sjnford.of Dorset, a sW llul ailist, to finuh and leltcr tlicni accordi-.g lo dircc lions. Thcse stone may be srtn at ilie Grave jard ncarmy rcsidence in Shoreham, ...

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