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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 August 1838

NOT THE GliOltY OF C ;E S A R D V T THE WELFARE OF It OMB. WgJMtWMyMMWMMtWMgTWTMMMMMWM 1 1 1 HB W HM M WWII HJI BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1838. VOL. XIINo. 584- LOVE NEVEIl SLEEPS. " Love never Bleep !" Tlio innilicr's ejo Bends oe'rlier djing infmt's lied ; And as she minks the Moments fly. While death cieeps on with noiseless Ircad, Fnini niiddislreHed tUa sits mid weeps Willi beating liearl. Love never bleeps ! Yet e'on that sad sind frngite form Forgets the Itimull of her bieaat ; Dcepilc the honors of ihe mnrm, O'eilmrdened Nature pink lo rest ; Hut o'er tliem lioili unolhcr keeps His midnight watch Love never sleeps! Around, nbnve, the angel bandit Sloop o'er ihe cue worn sons of men ; With pitying ejea and either hands, They raise the soul m hope again ; Fiee us the air, their pity sweeps The eluiin of Time ! Love never sleeps! 'And round beneath and over nil O'er men and angel.', em ill and heaven, A Higher bends ! The slighlefl r.ill Is answered and relief is given...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 August 1838

FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31. For Governor, SXJ&S H. JENISON. For Lieut. Governor, DAVID 3YL OAlflP. For Treasurer, HENY P. JANES. SENATORS FOR CHITTENDEN COUNTY JOHN N.POMEROV, JOSEPH CLARK. FOR GRAND ISLE COUNTY. JOEL ALLEN. For Congress. HON. HEMAN AIXEN. To the POLLS! the POLLS! On Tuesday next let every free man fulfil the duty he owes to him self, to the State and the country. Let all who justly value the privi lege of choosing their own rulers, all who arc filled with the true spirit of independence, all who would pro mote the peace and prosperity of the state, go to the polls and cast their votes for the WHIG TICK ET. We arc abundantly strong, if avc will but come out in our strength; and We again urge upon the whigs ol this district the importance of unsparing activity. Let no man withhold his vote or his influence, because he happens to reside in a town abundantly strong on the right side. Those are just the towns that ought to rally, and come forth like a strong man arme...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 August 1838

MR. SMITH'S STATE HOUSE. According lo llio report of the Aiulilnr tlio Treas urer hud piiid, previous lo llic 30ih of September last the enormous rum of $113 1,452,83 for the ex pense of the Slate holier, since which tinic' 0,500 have been npprnpri.ileil for llic same purpose. To this ndd $15,000 paid bv llic town nf Jlontpelicr mill we have llic sum of "l 12,983,83 expended by the administration fur llie purpose nul of beiiolit iug the pcoplo but of chilling ilia f.iury of purse proud aristocracy lit the expense of llie honest l.i borer, when one third pint of that sum was limply cnfTirinnt in nirrl n linn.n t.ir tintlpr ndanlcd lo tilt! ncccs'ily ond feelings of the agricultural slain of Vermont, tint how lias litis money oecn uxpenuru i why, thousands of dollars h.ie Leu squandered for carpets, cushions and chairs, at llie rale of from eight to rixteen dollars each I and all this, lliat the Fcivam may be above his lonl, for cenainly not one in five hundred of the people of Vermon...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 August 1838

AfflNTM IvUll 1 IlilOJ.. l nations from tho remotest ages, have had hips but Columbus only found out tlio way to America. Beforo tho timo of tho great Spanibh navigator, people wore only wiablcd to paddle about tho shores. Just go with the Life Mod icmm. It is but two short years since I first ventured upon on unknown ocean, arid 1 have discovered tho precious object I was in senrch 2L7nE!,n I .ni0 ' W,or.0 , I known when I commenced mv search but their use was not. By tho use of them, I have not oniy passed from tho dejected invalid, to tho hal , near ly and active man of business, but. comparatively speaking, I hove renewed my youth. I can thus with confidence of my own exporienco aovise with my fellow citizens. Does the reader want proof that the Vegetable Life Medicines are suit, able to liis own case? I have on filo at my ofiicc, 54G Broadway, hundreds of letters, from somo of ilio most rcspcctablo citizens of this my native tand, voluntarily offereo in teitmony of tho vir tues...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 September 1838

Sit ffluxltuj&tttic fflxtt lie NOT THE GiiORY OF CSAIt DUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER T, 1838. VOl XII No. 585 SATURDAY EVENING. BY N. r. WILLIS, 1 love to look on a ccno like tit is, Ofwikl nml eaielpss pity. And pertunde myself that I urn not old, And my locks are not jet gray, For it stirs the blood in 1111 old man's lienrt, , And it makes liia pubes fly, To catch llio llirill of a happy voice, And the light of u pleasant eye. J have walked (he world for four.scorc years And they pay thai I am old, And my heart is ripe fur (he i paper Death, And my years am well nigh told. It is very true it is very (rue I'm old, and "I 'bide my time :" But my lienrt will leap at :i scene like (his, And I half renew my prime. Play on, play on, I am wiih yon there, In the midjl of your merry ring ; I can feel the itwill of a cJariiif? jump, And I tie rush of the lireathlrea suing, 1 hide wilh you in the frngimu hay, And I whoop the smothered call, And my feet slip u...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 September 1838

V H I U A Y Rl O K N I N 0, SlSl'TUMUER. 7. THE ELECTION. By means of special messengers, wo to. ceived returns from every town in this county beforo twelve o'clock Tuesday night, and llio result was published on Wednesday morning. We to day communicato oil the odditional information wo havo boon ena bled to obtain. Tho result shows old Chittenden county Btill erect, Wo havo elected ten Whigs to five Van Buren men to the House, one Senator, ond perhaps two, and given our stnto ticket about thosnmo majority as lost year. By means nf tplit tickets, enough votes havo been diverted from Mr Pomeroy to render it doubtful whothcr ho or Mr. Chittenden has succeeded. Taking tho vote of Mansfield as recorded last year. Mr Pomeroy would bo elected by a ma jority of four voles. The actual rceult, however, can hardly bo known, till tho official canvass. In this town, wo have, as usual given the whig tickot a handsome majority, through out for Governor 30, Senators 31, Con gress 7t, and for town ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 September 1838

Tiik Maine Er-ECTroN.-Ncxt Monday the Mnino election takes place, on olectton which ia justly regarded on oil hands ns tho first really scriooa encounter or tho groat political campnign now ponding. Tho Southern nnd Western clcctiona which lmvo already occurred, havo hecn, compor nlivcly speaking, mora Bkirmishes between light armed troops j but in Maine, on Mon day next the solid columns of the heavy nrined will approach each oilier; on the one side the Whig friends of liberty and law, and on tho other tho loco foco merce naries of executive despotism. The struggle will be fierce and despe rate. Tho office holding democrats," infuriated by tho prospect of boing compel led to relinquish "tho spoils," of being stripped with disgrace of I ho offices and honors so basely obtained and so scandal ously misused, will leave no means untried, however profligato and wicked, to deceivo and mi? lead tho weak and ignorant, to cor rupl, to bribe, and even to UUY the venal. There is not one menu ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 September 1838

A CONTRAST ll nations from tlio remotest ages, havo haa ships but Columbus only found out tho way to America. Before tho time of tho great Spanish navigator, pcoplo wcro only enabled to paddle about tlio shores. Just to with llic Lifo Mod icincs. It is but two short years Einco I first ventured upon an unknown ocean, audi havo discovered the precious object I was in search of ticAt.ni. Vogctnblo medicines were indeed known when I commenced my search but their use was not. By the uso of thpm, I havo not oniy parsed from tlio dejected invalid, to the lial , near ty and aclivo man of business, but. comparatively speaking, I have renewed my youth. I can thus with confidence of my own c.xpcricnco bqviso with my fellow citizens. Does the reader want proof that the Vegetable Life Medicines are suit, able to Ins own case? I have on fdo at my office, 510' Broadway, hundreds of letters, from some ol the most respectable citizens of this my native land, voluntarily offerer.. In tc'itn'ony of i...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 September 1838

BY H. B. STACY. ON THE DEATH OF AN INFANT; "Early, bright, transient at the mornins dew, It sparkled, teas exhaled, and went to heaven." Ilnst ihsu not seen n fragile (lower, Wet with ihedews of morning, Willi many n pearly drop ond gem, lis open leaves adorning 1 And glistening in the beam of day, Hast teen those dew drops steul away 1 So hnvc we seen n living (loner, In rhildliood's merry morning, A simple love and gentleness Its budding life adorning , Hut like tliedews liefore l he sun, .Its earthly course w.is quickly run. Unit thou not seen n tulip's bud, Its honeicd lips inclosing, Plucked ludcly from I lie parent stem, On which it hung reposing, To deck a princely lady's hair, And breathe its balmy fragrance there 1 So we have seen a fairer bud, A living soul inclosing, Too rudely snatched from earth away; And now in blijs reposing, It shines n pure and priceless gem Upon the Savior's diadem. TO A LADY OF SONO. 'On llie mountain's height, in a chilly night 1 he nonrve winv b...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 September 1838

FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14. A Mi HAIL VUKMONT! "Gito mo iIik cons, Ami let (lie kutilc lu i he tnnnpui speak, 'I'lio trumpet lu iheciiniionier williotii, '1'lic cunotu lu i lie hcutctis. the licavciii lo earth." The rccunl election in Ihissiatctakcn as n whole, is indeed n cheering indication of the Btcndy onward march of these princi ples and measures which arc eventually to redeem the nation from misrule and oppres eion. The little show of strength which the Van Burcn parly made in the legisla ture last year is utterly annihilated, and that too under nidi circumstances as to leave them no hope of ever retrieving it. Notwithstanding Gov. Jenison had ren dered himself very obnoxius in some 6ec lions, hy his course on the Canada question last winter, still ho is re elected hy a trium pliant majority, of not. le-s than s'.x thous and a gain 1500 cn Inst years vole. In eomo of the largest counties in the Slate a single Loco Foeo representative indicates the existence of the party, wh...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 September 1838

REPRESENTATIVES EIiECT. Tho following in ndtlition to what wo published Inst week, makes tho list of mem bers very nearly or qulto complete. Tho names of Van Buren members arc printed in italic, by way of distinction ; and it is cortainly a very marked distinction to bo a Van Buren man in tho lower Hotieo Ikis year. Only think of a disconsolate Loco Foco, loft "solitary and alone," to represent a whole county ! turn, and COUNTV. Benson, Wm, Field. Brandon, Franklin Fnrrington, Castlcton, Hyde Wcstover Clarendon, J. A. Hoyes Chlttcndnn. Capcn Leonard, jun. Danbv, Rufus Bucklin.jun. Foirhavcn, Adams Duiton Hubbardton, Selh II. John Iro, n" Mention, J. K. Parsons Middlctnwn, Jonathan Morgan Mount Ilollcy, Chancey Cook. Orwell, Ira Young Pittsfictd, Amos Holt. Poult ncy, Aninn Bailey. Pituford. S. II. Kellogg. Rutlacd, Solomon Foot. Shcrbtine, Silns Colton Shcwsbury. Elisha Johnson, Jun. Sudbury, John C. Sawyer. Tinmouth, C. Brewer Wallingford, John Fnx. Wcsthavon, Jamns Forbes. Moount ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 September 1838

A contrast: 411 nations from the remotest ages, have had ships but Columbus only found out tho way to .America. Before thotitiio of the great Spanish navigatort people wcro only enabled to paddle about tho chores. Just so with the Life Med icincs. It is but two short years since I first venturodupon on unknown ocean, and 1 have discovered tho precious object I was in search of health. Vegetablo medicines wore indeed Icnown when I commenced tny search but their use was not. Ry tho use of them, 1 havo not oniy passed from tho dejected invalid, to tho hal ., near ty and active man of business, but. comparatively peaking, I Iiavo renewed my youth. I can thus jffith confidence of my own experienco aaviso rith my fellow citizens. Docs the reader wont proof that the Vegetable Life Medicines are suit. Mo to his own case? 1 havo on filo at myoflice, 64G Broadway, hundreds of letters, from some of the most rcspcctablo citizens of this my native land, voluntarily offeree, In tcitn'ony of iho v...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 September 1838

grtmr NOT THE GLORY OF CjESAK BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1838. VOL. XII No. 58? Fragments from Gov. Everett's Williams College I online, the exiled Ghilbolino, stands out Addicss. from first to Inst breathing defiance mid revenge. Milton, in Rome of his prose works, bclrnys the pnrliznn also but in his poetry wo see him in the white robes of SHAKESPEARE. Willi a reverence as deep ns honesty or . ' , . , , ., the minstrel, with upturned though sight- , , . , . . , . , r ,!,:, !c?8 eyes, rnpt in meditation at the feet of fond and never intermitted study of their . ' ' T, , . . . . . works I may say Hint I catch from this it ' very study of their writings and characters n conception, that, high as they rose, they might have risen higher. I can sometimes behold the soil of the world upon their enow while robes, and the rust of human passion upon the glittering edge of their wit. It was long ago said of the Roman crilic, thai the good Homer sometimes n...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 September 1838

Hut yon liavo boon exhorted to be lenient nnd compassionate, nnd in driving mo away to nflix no unnecessary dtsgraco upon inc. Sir. I reject oil such compassion. Yon cannot dis rnco mo. Scandal, falsehood nnd calumny have already done their worst. My shouldors have bornn tlm burden till it tils cosy upon them. You may bang me tipnslhu mob hung up the- individuals nt Vtcksbiirgs ynu may bum mo nt the sialic ne (hey did 'Mcintosh nt St. Louis', you may tar and feather mo, or throw mo into the Mississippi, as you havo ollcn threat ened 10 do j but you cannot disgrace mo. I. nnd I alone, can disgrnco myself, and the deepest of oil disgrnco would bo, nt n time liko this, to deny my iMastor by lorsaking Ills cause. Ho died for me, and I wcro most unworthy to bear his name, ebon Id I refuse, if need be, to die lor him. Again, you havo been told that I hnvc a family who ore dependent on me, nnd this lias been given ns a reason why I should bo driven off ns gently ns possible. It is true, Mr...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 September 1838

BRIGADE ORDER NO. COLONEL HENRY THOMAS, of the ninth Regiment, 3d llrigado and 1st Division of Militia of this Statu, will forthwith isuo t ho necessary orders to as ECtnblo the Field Staff (except supernume rary) officers also three commissioned and eight noncommissioned ofliccrs, t ho field tnusick. to wit: ono Fife, ono tenor and ono bass Drummer, from each company under vour command, and the Regimental Hand (excepting thaofliccrs and Music of Artil cry) at Rurlington, on Friday the fifth day of October next, nt 0 o'clock A. M. for the purpose of military drill and discipline, two Jays successively, and there- wait further orders. The field slalT and commandants of companies will appear with side nrm j Subalterns and noncommissioned officers will appear with the firelock of their res pective companies, and twenty four rounda of blank cartridges. The whole to bo nrmcd, uniformed and equipped, as prescri bed by virtue ol the statute. You will also provide ono guido pto ft to each c...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 September 1838

rv m mn win titrjiin A CONTRAST. All nations from tlio remotest ngcs, havo had hlps but Columbus only found 0111 the way to America. Dcforc tho time of the great Spanish navigator, people wore only enabled to paddle about tlie-fllioros. Just to with the Lifo Med icines. It is but two short years since I first ventured upon nn unknown ocean, and 1 have discovered the precious object I was in search of health. Vegetable medicines woro indeed known when I commenced tny search but their use was not. By tho use of them, I havo notoniy passed from the dejected invalid, to the lial ,, near ly and activo man of business, but. comparatively ppenking, I iiavo renewed my youth. I can thus with confidence of my own experience oqvibc cith my fellow citizens. Docs the reader want proof that the Vegetable Life Multeities arc suit, nblo to his own case? I havo on file at my office, S1G Broadway, hundreds of letters, from some of iho mo-t rrrpcctnblo citiens of this my native :i.', voluntarily offer...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 September 1838

f ; umj NOT THK GLORY OF CiESAR II UT THE WKI.FAHK OF HOME. BY H. B. STACY. TEMPERANCE MEETING. At an udjournod meeting of tlio friends of temperance, hnldcn in tlio Court Room September 21, IC38. Mr. Adams from the committee appoint cd to prepsrc a memorial to the Legislature reported the following, which, being read, was accepted nnd adopted. To the Honorable the General Assembly of Ike Stale of Vermont. Tho undersigned freemen and inhabitants of the town of beg leave to call the attention of your honorable body to tho continued prevalence of intern perancc, and respectfully to urge that such n course of legislation may be adopted as eball effectually put a slop to the evils re suiting from it. That intemperance prevails, is too clear to bo disputed. That it is more or less occasioned by tho existing laws of the state, is, as we think, equally clear. That the use of ardent spirit as an ordinary drink is, and from its naturo must be, productive of powerful effects for good or for e...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 September 1838

wmmu ii 11 u. u 'in 1.1 PARLIAMENT op (JiU.AT mtlTAIN. iinu.-r, r.oniis, August, 7. Luri! Brouglimn reileraiml Ins lurinor nr portion that Lord Durhntn'd ordinances wero wholly illegnl thnt no power was irlvcn him if mfl'Ct pains niiil penult ics on individuals who liail not boon brought to trinl. Ono of llin ordinances win in direct contrnvcnlion ol' tlio ncl 7 It William III. for tlio trinl of irunsotinhlo uflunccfl. If Lord Durham could i-ot neido the ncl, there wns not liinr to Inndnr him from entttng nWlrt mif nihor net of Pnrhnmcnt. Ho re ferred to the parties against whom n lv.ll of nttnindor was passed, nftor the rebellion of 1715, ulmn wilncM,cs wore examined, nnu n solemn inquiry tools place, although the parlies had Hod the kingdom. L"rd Dur lism't" nrilmnnco directed perrons to bo con vnyed to llormtidn, nnd declared that if they left tlio It'and they should bo consi dered guilty of high treason ; thu was prospective "tronsnn treason, not for tiny net comniitlfiil in Can...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 September 1838

t OOMBIUUIOATSOH. NEW YORK, Sept. 20, 1030. S. EAKL HOWARD, Of the Cheap Cash Store, Ihulinglon, Vl. iq ins customers. 1F1ND my abscenco from you will bo a fow days longer than was anticipated. 'I'lio Steam Ship Great Wostcrn now in port, was two days longer than usual on tier passage. Bolng desirous to return to you with the very latest fashions and llio newest styles of goods, 1 think you will justify mo in remaining, when ill c benefit is mutual. I find many goods have ndvanccd, as was anlieipatcd, but forluualoly boing fiticli kinds as 1 am well mppliod with, mid being bought for jou, I shall sell ns low as heretofore, some articles now buying which will exceed in beauty any goods 1 liavo ever had my assortment will bo very desirable- and worth viewing, which may bo scon frco of charge. Yours respectfully, S.E. HOWARD. Mcsrs. Pangborn & J3rinsmai(l of the Variety Shop received by the Si cam Packet Burlington, Cnpf. II. W. Sherman, last evening, two Cnscs containing thu Goods...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 September 1838

Concluded fmmfiirsl page whigs ran two other tickolo. This is proof of a popularity not to bo winked nway ; and there would bo crirnotliiiifj unjust, as well oh impolitic, in attempting to thrust aside tho icmlcr under whom we linil obtained such unexpected siicci'm, nnd to put nuotlior Icsh a fnvoriti' with the pi.'oplo into his plnco. Vo then-fore riecrfmlly nvow ourselves in favor of (ii.'iio'nl Harrison ns I ho Whig candidate lor President, on the prcciso ground, tlmt while he poainfsoo uvory qtml ity rrquisitolo nn nhlo nnd patriotic ndmin istrntion of tho government, ho for Biirpos ec8 h'n other two competitors, in tho oil ea ftcntinl qualifications of popularity. lie is the people's candidate. Wc know very well that thcro nro many ardent ond devoted frienda of Mr. Clay and of Mr. Webster, both in this Common, wealth ond elsewhere, who will rend this article with no very pleasurable ladings. To theni wo pay, that rqnally with them our individual choice would have been dif. for...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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