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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 February 1840

rs 1 ' o ti ( ' -yrTTrjTT-!-. .111 11 . . 1 i 1 1 1 . ' F-GI VI. MAtSEBORO, Vt. FEBRUARY 1571840? NO. '24 FEKMOJVT JPIIOEJSIX. PUBLISH ED tVKKY FRIDAY MORMINO, BY E. ilYfTHER. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at Sl.OO.per square for 3 insertions, nnd 20 ocnls iw,ach subsequent insertion. Less (hnn a square cents for 3 insertions. ,atrd 12 1-2 venis loreacusuuspquent-inscrlion. From Ida New Yoik Mirror. S'oiu Tip UicjJInn of Genius lom 1 ip whs rt trreat trenius. His infant eare were marked by uncommon precocity (intellect. Tho same thing indeed, has ucen biiiu oi sundry other persons ; but uiiuiiisij ivo imvomu tact upon unnues Uotinble authority. The first bent of his genius displayed itself in a shrewd discove yy m the science of bread and butter. How many full grown people who cannot tell winca side of their bread is buttered ? Yet1 lom found this out very soon after ho cut his teeth As ho grew bigger, ho irrew more cunning and wus pronounced ns bright a ennu as you would se...

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

VERMONT P1ICE1VIX, Friday, February 14, 1840. It is always necessary before vc apply remedy for any thing that is disordered to Ou'd ihe head, the main part ot action, the source from which such fruits issue) and so is it with the distressed condition of our country at the present time. The pressure is notconfincd toa particular class as it was ia 183T J but it is now fill by all, (except the privileged class, nnme ly,the office holders)fromthe man who obtains a hard earned livelihood, by his hands, from day to day, up to him who commands his thou sands ; from the man who obtains by coppers his maintenance, Up to him who is independ ently off. Let us ask the different classes of people in our community how such times as these operate upon them? Ye Farmers, to whom we are all indebted in a more or less decree, how is it with you. Does vour notk. beef, and other articles of merchandise, bring an exorbitant price, arc you satisfied with all these things 7 Ye Mechanics, how is it with y...

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

the reply and sending, it to tho said Ameri can merchants, Stttrgia.and others, fpr their obedience, uniting all the particulars, I issue this edict, that nil merchantmen who come to Canton to trade may fully know its con tents; let thorn accord their pbediencd.-. When your ships arrive nnd have proceed ed to tho Bogne, lot them wait until thu boats from the admiral have examined that there he nothing contraband, nor any warlike weapons on board, when tho pilot will carry mem to Whnmnoa. JL hov arc not to anch or within tho Chain passage, nor aro they to loiter and grope about, delaying their en trance. It is right that all bo obedient and not oppose A Special Edict. . Taonkwang, 19 year, 8 month, 11 day aept. IB, l3U. Loco Foeoism. How it Works. Wo late 1y conversed with a hichly respectable Ren tleman froih Wayne county, who informed us that throughout Western Now York the "pressure" is felt by tho fntmei to a degree hitherto unparalleled in this country. "lilt vrally," said our 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. — 14 February 1840

IVdm tht N. It, Patriot. The StAoeman's TIali., held ut the Eagle CoflVo House, on the evening of llio lOifi jntt. win ntlcnded by one. hundred and fifty couples, nnd every thing wki done up In the neat arid elegant style, peculiar to the whip on iucIi occasion,. Tho following song; or Mr Puller of Lowell) vrai tung by him wllh much appluuiel Old Shuksneare. wlio understood human n (fa lr. Said the World was n Singe and ths people all players, uui 1 a new version win venture 10 iiroacn, 1 And for Drmil read JDritxra.for State, a Start Coach Gee ho dobbin, geo hu dubbin, gee ho dubbin, gco up and gee no. I low manifest every pprson. alive, Who enters life's Courh hnn an itching to drive, The infant is striving to drivo in mamma, While ihc with n broomstick is driving papa. Gee ho, fee. Our great politician In driving delight, Yet nefflerl the direction to keen to the rieht. Dot lliro' thick and thin dash to become public feeders, Till the pcophi to check them just puff up tht Ltadtn....

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

jjyMMg T imaiaiiKi mininiiiiimii,, B , " in m i iimiiiiiinni m'tmn rtrrtiniim is imni. n msi linn VE K Jtt O W T a1WB If I X.' r ': Y;OI, VI. BHATTLEBOllO, Vt. FEBRUARY 2 1 1840. iNO. 25 rjSRMOJVT PHOENIX. jPUnLIfjHKD UVIJRY FRIDAY MORNING, BY v war. 12. 11YTHER. A'dVertiseme'nl3'c6nspicuously inserted nl sjljQO per square for 3 insertions,-ami 120 cents ferrf'cacli subsequent insertion, Lcr)lan a square 75, cents .fur 3 insertions, and 12 1-2 cents for liaqh subsequent insertion. For the I'hoenix. "Not u! t will nut bnr roe so , " T.i (bought tli.it brtsithe Jcjpair, ' ' A lufltef fuitll wo need below ' ,' . - Life! lureivell words to lear" Htmant. ' 'WUb hopes anil joys of heavenly worth ' "' 1 ' Tho heart will not bow down to earth, "' tw ingel Voices, Hiijjel forms'' i , " - It rahnbt jiclil dupoii's colJ woru. A loftier f.iilb I ween it gien To bury the heart by sorrow's riteri. The spirit bourne' by fiulli ii lighted, As' olid by one life's hopej'nre blighted. Each wlther'if j...

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

Vermont r ii a: iv ix. Friday, February 21, 1840. . Harrison Meeting on the 35th, at Rock ingham Centre. It will be recollected, at the late Convention at Townshehd, n vole was passed recommending a Convention nt Rdck- insbam Centre on the 25th. We hear great preperalions are making. Wilson, Tracy, and others will be nresent. Cant some of our Farmers attend 7 Are they not willing to lend their aid lo toasting, one of their own Fraternity, a working man, one that ha done more public serrice for bis country than anv one now living 7 "Sure they oughi. Let there be a general attendance from thii vicinity. Turnout! Turn out I Keep the Ball Rolling Green Mountain Boy Wake wi)l Recollect what you owe to your coun try, is it not a duty to rescue it from JarpiV that are draining Us life Blood 7 Jr3 A Great Whig Convention will be holden in Keene on Wednesday next, 2GA, vhen Gen. Wilson and other Delegates to the Harrisburgh Convention are expected to make addresses. They hope their friends f...

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

jkttail tt2aa B3Another Loco-Foco Banki Martin Van Buren turned Slavk IIIOIV Up. Dealer, Gross Interference mth our Courts The Manhattan Dank, New, York, which ISZD lilts been struggling for a long time has at vious to this trial of thu Africans ofthe Amis Idst sunk. A report made by a Commit- uid, before the U. S. District Court nt New tee appointed to examine its affairs, satis Haven, Judge Judson presiding, Martin' Van fits nobody. Buren addressed n letter to the Judge recoin- mu ' ri . ......... . mending: and urging him to order the Afri. s luiMioum u. loss inc pan win sustain Cn)S ,0 be takun-bilc-k lo HaWBnna in Gov. uy uio misconuuct or its oasnier is not yet eminent vessel, to be there sold as slaves, nnd fully ascertained. The lory papers ar very that about the same time tho U. S. schooner ailont on the subject, but the truth must come Grampus was ordered to Now Haven for our ' the purposu of receiving them. Theechoon- wn1t ,t.,:r,i,..T " wo Icarti from several sources, ar...

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

Sihsulaf. Romantic, and Unfortunate Af fair Rare Chance for another Bowery Dra Dirt.1 'Ywiernuy ulternoon nuoui two o ciock, n'OWa horse curriatru containing a ludy und gentleman vias observed in the Third Ave nue', rirdecedine outwards, but nt such n pace n's It) excite rio curiosity. Scarcely, however, had. the enrriflge time to leave Tenth street when our iiiformaiit first noticed It- than n porillemnn in n Inch statu of excitement, nnd mounted on a uowerful bay horse, came up, riding furiously and having made n brief - " j .'.!..!..- i ....... :.. .1... .....I...... enquiry relative to me puny in mo tiiiiiuijv. n'nd learhod they Were n short distance in ad vntict? of him, dashed oifut lull speed. This occurrence naturullv sujriresled the idea, ol un elooemenl or somethinir of that sort and accordingly. Mr Isaac Osborn, to wbom we are indebted for these particulars, tn com tinny with another gentleman, who chanced tS bd passing nt the tune started in pursuit, presuming, nnd justl...

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

VERMONT vox.. VI. BRATTLE BORO, V t. F E B HU A R Y 28,1840. NJ). 26 mm mm L 1 1 '! ' -it ; 11 1 1 , t . t-! r - 1 1 i.i 1 1 ;.,.,"! Jiff PUnLISHKD t-JVErt Y FRIDAY MonNtNO, BY WM. E. RYTHER. L l.;1:--; , ' I. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at f.'jOPjpcr square for, 3. insertions, and 20 cents lor each subsequent insertiont Less than n luatF 75 cents for 3 insertions, and 12 1-2 .sua iv. vrttu suusequeni insertion. , From, the Clarcmont Eagle. Speeches at the Great Whig k Convention. , In our hasty notice last iveek of tho nro cecdings of the great whig Convention in this place on the 12th inst. wo promised to rrtnk'e oUt.from our notes, &c. n 'sketch, if not a'ull report, of the good things, said on the occasion. We are prepared this week par- uauy to redeem our promise, and present be- low tne substance of several of the speeches, nve snail give others hereafter, as fast as we ban get them ready, nnd ii shall be no fault of ours if the reports nro not tolerably full. . ...

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

p ' 1 VV-, '- --"-iti.t11i...LI.ii. "'' ' lrlJ.'irn7n! bis manner earnest nnJ impassioned. II spake of Jackson nsbdld, darinu uhd indo pendent of 'Van Buren as oftho cut species, sly nnd cunning in his movements. 'J, He spako ofthc insolence of JncUson to tlioin VBrftlrr.itinir Commiilre. nnd Ills rommiindx to ail!rSSFa!MllngirdUM1.,c-'lh(lP nn wnrnnu the' uherol.ee Indian, executed by o'ller of Jackson ronttary to the decision fthrSitpremcOourt. He n.iid the distress which had fallen upon the Country, had not Vet touched the furmers, because the mer chants nnd manufactures had stood between theni and.lhe storm but noiv the ngcieuliu ral interest must take tt. In rfleren.ee to thechntge that StvnrtWout, Price, nnd the other nbsconded leg-ttcnsurers were 'whigs, ne remarked that'll every one who Had pe- -ciliated upon the public money imu been a whig the opponents of the administration nould have been n majority years ngn I .He passed a beautiful euloginm upon Mr Clnv.and deserved tr...

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

1. Eiinut from. MJHRdiiAR RJ llARD's ADDRE5S if JtHlhi lalt-'Vrhig- Vonvtnlion holden at 'Qnontktn&l onjhe IQth day of January; q, to respond. to ih't JIarritLurg tioviiftar lions ' First, then, t lira to sbeiiU of, the necpsity of i change in bur national (idmtnislrulioh.: In pursuing this branch ol our subject, it is obvious to remnik, lhal the lato nnd present ndtninistrution should b'e'trent! nt being one autl the s.iine. Nor shrill I be charged with theslightest unfairness In this. course, when it is jemembered4 that the'Tiifliieiice of Mr. Van Bii'rcn over' tho 'liit'e president Wns nl most unboundedthat Ije'wal nominated (o the, office he nd'w holds through the; special influence of Ueri. Jackson, nnd pledged him self, if elected, to "trend in the footsteps of his illustrious predecessor," and perfect the wOrk "Gt-n. Jackson had so nobly begun," That odr national administration is both Corrupt und extr.ivnsrani bevond all former exnmnle, will not be denied by any Intellig...

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

. II) 0 U. S. HCiUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES c There ore in the present House of Uepre m-ntniivp 6ml hundred and Iwenlv-licu new members, one rnorothan a moiety of the whole number of which it is composed Prom Maine tho members nru four : from i New Hampshirejliree; from Massachusetts three; from Connecticut six, the entire oeie Ration ; from Vermont one ;-ftom i New York twenty-eight ; from Pennsylvania fourteen; (rom Delnwnroone ; from Maryland three j .from North Carolina three ; irom jouui oar olina four :-fio in Geottrin eiirht i from Ken lucky seven: from Tennessee five; from yuio eigni , irom UDiiiji iuu inu, ui'in mum nu six; from Misilssinni Uvo : from Alabama two: from Illinois two; from Missouri one; nnd from Atkansas one. There were in the 'last House one hundred and sixty-six law yers ; in the present there nre I "believe one Jiuuurea unu nny two. in uoiu mammus im leenl profession .cnine In for their full pro portion of iho burdens of conducting the nf- fairs of the nation....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 March 1840

tern Kit. ri' f 01. ;yi. T?5 1H1 ii,MUH ! 0, 1840. KMIiMOJVT PHOEJVIX. W : ! 5 : . ' i lis 'it Twiir ,y r t ba y j-e-R ki m a, a y '-Willi- JB. mYTttSK. ftAdveHisemcals eoaspieuewly isicrted, at ,00 per sduarc for.3, insertions, atid.dO cents for each subsequent insertion'.' LcssMhati a squire cents "for .3 Tnaerti6ns'aaY'12 1 cents for each subseqaeht'inse'rtien. ' ' .-4 ,,.Fprslhc, Phoenix. , MY1 FADED KEEPSAkEg. ' JkUi, Jtta ever iliui, our dearcat juj loor trifle eem, or Mia toj-ij " Thovgti liciily net with fahry genu iteox relicrf of our early friend,- J To oilier I yet ye tell no tale, ' ' To ot4ier Irtrtcwlll not urtiell " Thelwpc,SeJoyrollierdayt: ' j Tliii faded scrawl io isdly worn. Through, time and icWge'hatu dearer Rrnwn, ' ' The' hand that pcn'dlialn cee'd to Write :'" 1 Her heart 'on earth no more indileii-W ' ' 'Yet toyul!In Its lonely" houra'' ' ? w Her rplrlt comee'wiln the cheering power 5 JleUo'er,bppeufolherdy 'jt , ; -Thi tiny watch' with Its pewter bark Arid ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 March 1840

pmceda ofthe sales of the public, lands. I consider Tennessee as honestly entitle to her nrononion of this fund, as any ot youY.honbrable oody is to a tract of lund d? vised to him by his father. It nnnntrs.io me' even at "this limr.onr State very much needs her proportion of mis tunu, anu uini in a snort tuna wo anau boimuch more in w;nto(it; Your honorable bodv mav be satisfied thai a majority of our citizens are willing to relinquish their interest in this fund, but 1 am not so satisfied, nnd as a benntor in uon gross, 1 vil notdo any act 1y which such, an idea is to be sanctioned. It may be" in the course of ti very short, time, that this fund will be indispensably necessary to save our citizens from Arary taxation, nnd I should never forgive mysell. if bv vieldine to vour instructions, I did nn act which prodnce'd n serious Injury to Un people, who have sd. long honored me with their confidence. By the last clauses inyour fourth resolu tion, 1 am instructed io vote for graduati...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 March 1840

-.."4. 8ff-I(n-grut ihat.Saacefcqnt of illaalth, t urn hot able to to present nt'thefconve'htibn fa'va?&fa7ch vou arcatae.' Ill wlllihofvf vef be A source of aofnft eratification tp inc. tti.be pe'rraittWHhrougJf Vou to express fay .view wtelatloritb'the' proceedingsof thecanveV Hon lately Jicianitiarriaourgii. -iiib nam' iriatiothefe. maiJu, f, believe to be the best that cVul4ifiave,bee,made. And great cred t'ii$,duethij.dtflegaioB who entertained pre terepces for, others, Iri cheerfully yielding those preference, forwhal they. deemed to bo the good of 'th&public. In idoinff-ao, they ha"vegiven,up, the"ir,const!tuents,on example, winch L trust we. shall1 duly, appreciate.' TJicv manifested in surrendering their first choice, r6t oniy a spirit of conciliation wor- thyol.all praise, dui gaye.cviuences oipatn ondidevotion lo the iptereata of tho people,- ; The.naincs 4 Hurrah, and Tylefhare b?cn welcomed throughout the United States; with Hie moat unbounded enthusiasm1. And t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 March 1840

VERMONT PHOEHIX. A7'i;Z)iy, FEBRUARYS, 1840. Daniel Webster's Speech at, an AgripHltU' rat Meeting in Boston. Daniel Webster' ii a farmer as well as legislator. He is at home in talking, of soils, and the different, modes of farming, as much as when expounding the constitution in the Senate of the United Slates. While on his recent tour in Europe, he paid attention not only to the political insti tutions of the old world, but he paid particular attention to the subject of husbandry partly, no doubt, from patriotic views, and also be cause he has himself a taste foragriculturalln formation. He occupies one of the finest farms in the stale of Massachusetts, at Msrshfield. It contains nearly 1000 acres. He has brought over a Variety of English improvements, inclu ding seeds, the different kinds of sheep, xc. At the first of a series of Agricultural Meet ings got up in Boston, by Mr Colman, State Commisiioney for Agricultural Surveys, Mr "Webster spoke more than an hour, and his re mark...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 March 1840

T E it M o w t-: ,f a m urix. VOL. VE BRATTLBBORO, V't,,MAIfCH 13,, 1840, no; ssr VERMONT JP&OEJVIX.l OBnskKD'XrKfiv Prepay MoniNa.BV WM, E. HYTIIER. t t: ' The 'Soldier Bride, QH JTHK HEROl'NK OV, 8AHAT00 A. A TaleoftkelRevolution. At that dark period of tlie revolution which preceilod tho capture of Buigoyno on Another paus knew not wb she endvavprei worst 'Hcnryiexpl oensued'. Tho anxious irirlt mo either to shun the' dfeidHlu'lHch would! Let those .who can immune what . ' . P "Ji 1 , l,.-J... II I !- I . .. . . " . . I at to tear, expect or hope but attend tneiniiurgjaj;rary wnicn wouiu urscnoeu, pieiuru me scene wmc J to prepare herself Tor thelcrown.the ucem7 nre enterprise." mis revcjjttipn. ianough,' replied the ucnerni, "oat re- uninesurrcnncr 01 uurgoyue, .a. .a .....1 Jii.'n mm aiikhaMaaf UiMmhiif llrnl Mn ..ni. kn-hniii ...rlr-af I h t, n I 1(1 im n t I, f nun at I hntH... Ii.l Ulll.nilU 1 vl 1L 1 D III V DII3UCI BC I llll llll'V I 1 1HI UN 1 Ulfi I IV. I III! UJ III...

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 March 1840

t SPEECH OF MR. DAVIS . OF MASSACHUSETTS, .J ON THE SUB-TREASURY BILL, IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, . . JANUARY 25, 1840. : The Sub-Treasury bill being under consideration, and the Senate hav 'ing evinced a determination not to adjourn without taking the question -'upon the final passage or the bill ' Mr. Davis said: I rise, Mr President, with great reluctant? at this lato hour to address the Senate, fatigued as it is with an unusually long sess ion, and exhausted by thedebate; but, painful as it is, I must entreat Mhcir indulgence whilo I make a brief reply to the new doctrine wlifch 'have been now, for the first time, published here, and come to us through channels that leave Do doubt of their being the doctrines of the. Adminis tration. ' They involve and have drawn into thia debate great and rao nientous considerations, affecting thd most cherished interests of tho peo ple I represent, as Well a of nearly the who)e country. 'With the ex ception of a few incidental remarks...

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 March 1840

lull tr ii i i in in ; FrUtkft Jtarcli t3, 1840. t The Hen. John 2rtV Speech. We can not speak too highly of this decaraent. It k rich ib argument, dear and conclusive ia it statements, and as a whale U a masterly effort. We hare been highly interested ia perusing it, sad think that it must carry conviction to the mind of every sensible, thinking man. that the odious Sitb Treasury System, if carried out will bring ruia and distress upon the country. We commend it to the attention of all who may.be so, fortunate as to see U-read itpon set vpon it think of it. THE PEOPLE ARE MOVING! "" 'We'Wff the Indulgence of our readers, ifwe do not notice in loll the proceedings of the va rious conventions of the people. If our col umns would admit we should be happy to do it. It is however utterly impossible, they come so thick and fast upon us, that we can only no tice a few of the many thai are daily taking place throughout the country. We need hard ly say, that the cause is going on gloriously...

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 March 1840

a From the Ohio Slate Journal THE GLORIOUS TJVENTY-SECOND I OHIO CONVENTION. The people orOhio have spoken I Their tongued voice wni.tiuinticu nounu ui tunny , The tillers of the soil the hnrdy n,nd tn dependent yeomanry of the Stale were here. The merchant, the mechanic, the luborer, tho professions; nil, all. were here, for nil men of whatever name or avocation, ore in leretted in.the perpetuity, welfnte and pros, peiity of our native country. The interest of one mnn is the interest of nil. We are bound .together by the same ties; nnd the convulsion thnt destroys the one, will anni hilate the other. . . What ien can describe the patriotic nnd spiiit'stirring scenes which were exhibitedin this-city on Friday nnd Saturday lust? Language is not competent to do it. Imag ination is too slugciah to perform the task. It seemed to us'that the spirit of our fath ers, from every blood-stained spot upon the soil of our beloved country, cried aloud, nnd animated the hearts of myriads that hud...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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