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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 October 1838

NOT THE GLORY OF CHSAK HUT THE WELFARE oF HOME. LI I II . l0Ul.iUJ.lilMUJU.U.LXI,BIL..JH.1,LW1.auu -.. I1MJI..I .. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 5, 1838. VOL. XII No. 589 IMPRISONMENT FOU DEBT. 11 V MKS. SIOOUKNEY. Why do e tear Yon ling'ring tenant from his humble home 1 His cliililien r. Ii clinj 'Imul him, nnil Ilia wife Regardless ofihe wintry storm, dothslnnd Watching his List f.ir fuoMtrps wild 11 (,'mzo Of peechles3 misery. If'hut is his crime 1 The murdeirr's slrel in he.idlon:,' passdmi raised, Or ihc red fi.ime in sienhhy iimIicc toncli'd To foinn unsuiiidt'd rooft All ! no, je .iy. Jlia crime is povehtv. Dife.isc, perrhanrp, Haiti p'iralized Ilia arm, or udieis-c tU'ici Witheld his lnrvcsl j or iho ihuiuand illj Thai lliron? llie liard lot oflhe puns of toil Drunk up Ins tpirile. Yo indeed may hold' His form incarcerate, but will that repair The lies-pass on your puifc 1 To lakn away The means of labor, jet nquirn Wejrwls, Suvornh, incllihik, of Ph.ii.-inli's policy ; ...

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. — 5 October 1838

lrnndvnlludndto.it would bo important I iriauy ailiiuuu tut m i nnil fir oil it nil In (O tllO State. It, seems to mo most evident thai mo two branches of labor ore quite incompatible, nml that to avoid annoying embarrassment nnd certain di-appointim-nt, tliuy must be maduto devolve upon dilforunt individuals. Furtlicrinore, to iinuro harinoiiy, rcspnii Ability nnd efficiency, ench Eurvcy must be placed in the charge of one individual, to whom nil others employed in it must bo pubordinatc. and all persons so employed must be selected, or fully opproved by him. .In estimating the amount of force nnd time necessary to perform the geological survey, several distinct considerations must not be overlooked. 1st. If a comparison bo made between this stale and nny other district of equal sizo in the norlhorn states. I believe that tho event will show that the geological characteristics am more numer ous and peculiar in this region than in nny other selected as ubove proposed. 2. This region...

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. — 5 October 1838

J. UNIVERSAL MECHANIC OR. ONE that can make or re pair any thing THAT COM US ALONG. LEWIS, disclaiming all pretensions to the "heroic." but deeply impress ed with the importance of that first maxim of tinkers "DO things" mats his scr. vices to the public as a manufacturer of Finger Rings, Breast Pins, Ear Ornaments, Guard Chains, Watch Chains, Seals, Keys. &c. Seals of every description, made and lettered to order, and Jewelry of all kinds repaired in the neatest manner. Plain Wood Cuts, wood Types, Slumps, Brands, &c , manufactured to order; to gether with a thousand oilier things, too numerous to mention. Send in your orders Ladies and Gentlemen they shall be promptly attended to, mid it is believed entire satisfaction will bo given. Burlington. Church St. ) October 4, 1838. S MILLINER AND DRESS MAKER, miss S. BRAY. ttAS commenced AJ- the Fashionable Milhnary and Dress making business in I hn rnnm Into v nr. fCcupicd by Air. Bra man. 4 doors south of the Bank of Bur lingtn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 October 1838

OOMJUIirNIOATIOW. NEW YORK, Sept, 2G, 1 030. H.JjAIUi HOWARD, 0 the Cheap Cash Store. Bu.tlinglon, Vt. '10 1113 CUSTOMKIll, 1FIND my abscenco from you will bo a Tow days lonycr llian was anticipated. Tho Strain Ship Great WcMcrn now in port, was two day longer than usual on her passage Being desirous to rolurn to you with the very latest fashions and tho newest styles ofgoods, think vou will justify mo in remaining, when thu benefit is mutual. I find many poods havo ndvanccd. ns was anticipated, hut fortunately being such kinds as I am well supplied with, ond buin:.' bought for ou, 1 shall sell as low as heretofore, somu articles now buying which will oxecod in beauty any goodi I havo ever had my assortment will be very dcsirablo and worth viewing, which may be seen free of charco. "Yours rcspoolfully, B S.F.. HOWARD. "fllesrs. Pangborn & Brinsmaid df tlio Vnrioty Shop received by tho Steam Picket Burlington, Cryit. II. W. Sherman, jast evening, two Cases containing the Goods or...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 October 1838

NOT THE GLORY O F C M S A R HUT THE WELFARE o F R O M E . BY H. B.STACY. FARMER'S SONG. Let others sing of icijal suite, Or Ionia and lathes fair, Who on some li)iuslily monarch wail, Anil homage to liim juc.ir ; Their pomp iiml pride up all deride : We'll iievri bend l lie knco To mortal king bill eler sing, We're Funnels und we're Free. Tis true, wo labor for our bread, And to did A f Lt til l no ; A little toil we'll never dieud, While we'ie so well 10 do ; Then raise (ho sung throughout the throng We'll never bend ihe knee To mort.il king but gaily eing, We're Fuuneis and we'ie I'ree. Tis l.ibor'nerics ilie man to fight lu Kireiloin'v ft lor ions cause; And Fiertloin is ihe Imiiuici's right, Jiy liia Cii'inoi's laws. This right we'll keep, or In dealh sleep We'll never bend the knee To mortal king but jtnous sing, WeV'i Fm iiiem and we're Free. Who led our fathers on to reap Their harvest of renown, When Biiiuin'u war dogs crossed the deep To hunt our biilh-righis down 1 A Kaime...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 October 1838

yimn miiBimiii arwc3L3r-rii!rTit.JJU,jrnnnjm Tin: suii-tkkasuky. Wo havo repeatedly ondonvnred 'to ini press upon mir renilors I ho nil important fad, that when tin iiou-I pulley of tho lrnpojoil Hub 1 rcn-siiry scheme was first advanced, it was met with signal opposi tion by Mr. Van Huron, nnd his Irietids. They now support il, wit hout them being nny visible reason fur such n complete nnd total abandonment of principle; except. Hint llio proposed project is well adapted to give increased strength nnil pormiiiii'iici' to tho party in power, nt tliu expense, it may bo aililcil, of our republican I henry of government, and to the great peril of pop ular liberty. Among the positions once seditiously maintained, but now discarded by Mr. Van Huron and In friend, was tho snnorior safety nnil ollicncy of the State Hanking Institutions, over individual:!, as the fiscal ogents of I he General Government. Upon tins point, we rule two extracts from the report of Levi Woodbury, Secretary oft h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 October 1838

IllJKMNOTON (JATTTjH ihakkht. 'I'Iio l'.ill)wii)r )i ices will bo paid Ilia ruining week, rpmrli'il iiccoiilinir in 1 lie lliiiditnii in.iikci Hnrrt'llliitfealllo, nir,!-f5 7". Kn I, $5 I3. io, 2, $1 73 per cwi. (.'hst ruin oxen fur Hmuuii, $6 00 miJ $7 12&. ). & I). A, KniUAU.. M A It K I H I) In Cliiii lollo oil llie 4lll iiKl, hy ilia Ipv. Mr. Goodman, SyUci-lcr I. l.moly, Kq, iiinicli.iiil of Mobile, id AUm .Mary U, il.tuisliicr uf Charles McNeil, ICm , of l lio furinor place, IHKl). In litis till.iRC, o i Friday ilio fidi irel. fc'olh W. Biiwyrr, m lliu 22.1 jear oi" his age. In ihudcnili of this soiiiij in.in, lii fimilv and file ids Imc Iiccii deeply nflltcli-d unit llio jotiiijr, of Iim use mill iiriti.iiiitance, solemnly tiilmotiislitil. J I id (litciHu u.n roiiiiiiipt!on, most of uho;u ic tints, wiili US) m o between llio lines of fifteen mill lliiriy five. On die first Sabbath of l.iu May, Mr. Kaujcr was npp.it cntly in Ilia usual licalih. On lite eicnins ofihal d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 October 1838

Messrs. Pnngborn &, Biinsmaid of the Vnrielv Shop received lV t lie Steam Picket Burlington, Cnpl. R. W. Sherman, Ja-t evening, Hvn Cases containing i lie G mds ordered to supply tlio wants of emtio of ihoso customers, who called Mr Mien articles tSi Inund I lint nil were sold Rend on Si will you know wlmt the cases con nitietl K vnll cuilhl intlv see ill".' hllli Whal"bnlie Cincs, with such nenl Ivory Hoiuk carved in'o such n variety of devices. some re pr seining Monk-ll'-adi, some Birds claw's holding Bulls', some Dog's heads some wit h Wins) Ics, mill tome Willi Indies "0! No! we'll never uieiiinm H," arid the Philu-mphors or Mugicintu Canes, with ring-i upon them wlncli you turn the Cuoeono way keens pomp up yet never yets at the top, mid turn I hem the oilier way and I hoy keen pomp down yet never pot's to the bm linn. Hipyare really curious. Then our I wo deZ'-ii Bccd Bags mid purses' neatly lined with kid, afford a rare oppor tunity of selecting I'roiu many pretty pnu te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 October 1838

NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAU HUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1838. VOIi. XIINo. 591 Wo lire not in ttic lialiil ofiidmilling poriry into our column;, believing, ns uc do, Ihat tlio grciil lna.a nf our rentiers would picfcr lo sec llicm oilier wise filial j but wo cannot refuse place to tlio following Hues, from l lie pro ofuiioofour tniat cn t:rprisin; r icamboat captaina of the tlay, as dis tinguished for hi grnilcmnnty deportment to his paMcngors as for his devotion lo whig principles. N. Y. Cour. !f Enq. WHAT I LOVE. 1 loc the tnnn wIwms generous heart Communes with llic diseased , Vhno hand is open lo iclievo The helpless and distressed. 1 love the Christian follower, Whatc'er his creed may he, If his practice and profession Invaii.tbly agree. 1 love tlio man who will defend An iili.-ciH firing: brother : And ne'er in idle recklessness Calumniate another. I love the man whoso noble soul Disdains a tyrant's lod; Whose mind no power can control, But consci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 October 1838

nnd rfliclenl co-operation from llio able ond enlightened persons who nrc nssociolcd with mo in Ibis grcot undertaking. Our exertions, however, will not and cannot be thrown away. Tho infurtnatton which we liavo ocquircd, nlthough not os yet fit for tho purposes of immcdinlo legislation, will contributo to tho creolion of justcr views ns to the resources, tho wnnls, and tho in terests ofthesn Colonirs, than ever yet prevailed in the Mother Country. To complete and render available llioso mate rials for future legislation, is an important part of tho duties which as High Commis sioner I havo yet to discharge, and to which I shall devote the most anxious at' lention. I shall also bo prepared, at llio proper period, to suggest tho constitution of a form of Government for her majesty's dominions on this continent, which moy rostoro to tho people of Lower Canada all tho ad' Vantages of a representative system, unac companied by the evils that have hitherto proceeded from (he unnatural co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 October 1838

FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 19. DXSTMOT CONVENTION. (fThe Whig electors of the Fourtli Congressional District are hereby notified that a Con vention of the freemen of this District will be holden at Cam bridge on Thursday the first day of November next, at ten o'clock, A. M. to make a nom ination of a candidate to rep resent said District in the Con gress of the United States. By request of the Whig del egates of the Fourth District in the Legislature. GEO VV. FOSTER, SAMUEL ADAMS, JOHN N. l'OMEROY, LEMUEL RICHMOND, 17lh Oct. 1830. District Com turns, tlmt ll la quite ImpoMible to (peak decluvftly Wo repeat, however, nnr decided conviction that tlie wltigs have triumphed by n email majority. PENNSYLVANIA. ThoTorv candidate for Governor is elected, by nbont the satin majority iho whlgs carry Vermont. At the last gubernatorial election wo wero in n minority of twelve thousand. We have lust one and gained two members of Congress, anil elected n whig majority In iho legislature which secure...

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. — 19 October 1838

ft fit CLASSICAL BOOKS. OtfEnSTKK'S SPELLING DOOK Marshall's do do Cobb' UazoriH Ourtiiniiiff s do do do do do do do do do do Leonard a Child's nntl Amorican Primer, Worcester's Dictionary, Walker's do .lohnsun'fl do 4 vols. Webster's do Thompson's Arithmetic, do do Small. Adiuii'rf Davies' Youths Daboll's I'ilio's l'icrco's Alexander's Emerson's Colburn's do do do do do do do do 1st 2d and 3d. do do Sequel Riimsmacds Geography, J'atley s do Cuming's do I'owlc's do Hall's do (Jooilrir.h's do Malto Rrun's do Halls do Huntington's do anew work, Olnoy's do do com'n sclioot do Woodbridiro's do do J. Willard's do Willard's do Worcester's do Morso's do Murray's Grammar 0 vo. do do 12 mo, do do abricd. Kirkham's do Smith's do Hall's do Fletcher's do Do. Saey's do Putnam's do Goodrich's History U. Stales, Hale's do do Webster's do do Willard's do do ilo (Jo do abridged, Parley's 1st 2d and 3d hooks of Histoiy, Thompsons History of Vt. Whclpley's do Tytler's do Ilecrcn's do Grimsbaw's do of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 October 1838

BY H. 11. STACY. For (ho Free Press. THE WOMAN'S APOLOGY FOlt DRINKINK TKA. Givo mo, give mo hero my ten ; Liulies' nccinr ! give it me ; Sweet ns th.it the Hummer sips, Or the Jew on bcniuy's I ips. Tea 'lis makes the spirits flow, Tickles tip the heart of Woe, Sets the tongue, enlivens wit, Gives the sweet poetic (it. Tea 'lis makes the churming fair Sprightly, pleasing as they me, What is moro than nil, 'twas Ten, Ten, that set Columbia fice ! P n. PUDDING AND BEANS. Oli 1 rthnt fa there better ihnn pudding and bcansi Nor lurKey ; nor surloiu ; nor minion iiml greeny, Can vie with the honest "old Indian," well done, Well latheicd with 'lasses, ns bright as the sun. 'Twns otir forefathers' dish; in rough limes of yore, When first they "look lodgings," on old Plymouth Biiorc ; The corn for iheir food : ami cold water to drink, Made hearts to resolve, and cool noddles to think 'Tin llm nriill nfllmir enna nn K,,lr.1.,.. .,!!. When the wind whistles loud, anil the kitchen burns Driga...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 October 1838

4 Report' ff committees. By Ilia General! Mnesrs. Robinson, Itannoy, Hebard, Edson, f Abel lMcrnoinl. Short mill Howcn. 1 ho bill was Clough, mid in rclalinn loiho acknowledge mcnts of. deeds and land conveyances which were severally ordered to bo ongros Fed against the polilinn of inhabitant of Brighton, and Hie petitioners had Icavo to withdraw. By the judiciary committee, pursuant to instruction!), aw act to abolish jmprisonmcnt on all debts or contracts after the let Jan. next and I ho bill was twice road, and, on motion of Mr Field of W. laid on the table ; also by tlio same com mittoc, pursuant to instructions, a bill ex tending jail yards to the limits of the whole county, which was read a second time and laid on the table. Tho engrossed bill, repealing the act of 1020 regulating the practice ot pnysic ano surgery, was read the third time and passed unanimously, The Senate camo in, and the joint As eembly proceeded to mako tho following appointment : AMBROSE L. DROWN, of Rutl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 October 1838

FRIDAY MORN I N G, OCTOBER 20. DISTRICT CONVENTION. pThe Whig electors of the Fourth Congressional District arc hereby notified that a Con vention of the freemen of this District will bo holden at Cam bridge on Thursday tho first day of November next, at ten o'clock, A. JM. to make a nom ination of a candidate to rep resent said District in the Con gress of the United States. By request of the Whig del egates of the Fourth District in the Legislature. G BO. W. FOSTER, SAMUEL' ADA MS, JOHN N. I'OMEROY, LEMUEL RICHMOND, 17lli Oct. 1038. District Com. WHIG 3ICI.TING. The Vlii);! of lliis (own ure ivquuird (o meet nt Howard's TO-MORROW evening, 27lli insulin, til 7 o'clock, for die purpose of choosim; delegates lo ilio District Convention on the 1st November. fjC-Vill the Wliigs of the several towns in the District lic.ir in mum to bciiu iiuenii uuicgnuoiiu iu il,n dinhriifoc convention. It is till-inipoi unit lo have u full nnd hearty expression of the whole district. Onr friend?, we o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 October 1838

SCHOOL 6t CLASSICAL BOOKS. 17151 EBSTER'S SPELLING DOOK IT Marshall's do do Marshall a Cobb's HtU.CMS Lamb's Cumming's do do do do do do do do do do Leonard's Child's and American Primer, Worcester's Dictionary, Walker 'a do Johnson's do 4 vols. Webster's do Thompson's Arithmetic, do do Small, Adam's Davies' Youths Daboll's riko's do do do do do Pierce's do Alexander's do Emorson's 1st !2d and 3d. Colburn's do do do Sequel Btimsmacds Geography, Parley's Cuming's Fowlo's Hall's Goodrich's Malto Brun's Halls Huntington's Olnov's do do do do do do do do do a now work, do com'n school do Woodbridge's do do .1. Willard's do Willard's do Worcester's do Morso's do Murray's Grammar 0 vo. 12 mo, do uo do do Kirkham'u do abriged. Smith's Hall's Fletcher's Do. Sacy's do do do do Putnam s do Goodrich's History U. Slates, Halo's do do Webster's do do Willard's do do dn do do abridged, Parley's 1st 2d and 3d books of History Thompsons History oi vi. Whelploy's do Tytler's do Ilccren's do Grimshaw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 November 1838

NOT THE GLORY O F C JE S A R BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B.STACY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1838. VOL. XII No. 593 STATE OP VERMONT, District or Chittenden, sr. j THE Hon. tho Probate court for the District of Chittenden, to all persons concerned in the estate of Jonathan Urnk enridge, jr. late of Charlotte, in said dis trict, deceased, Greeting. Whereas, George Perkins, executor of the last, will and testament of salt! (Incens ed, proposes to render an account of his administration, and present his account against said estate for examination and allowance at a session of the Court of Pro bato to be holden at tho Reeister's office in Burlington on the second Wednesday of November next. Therefore you are hereby notified to ap 'pear before said court, at the time and placo aforesaid, and show cause if any you have, why the account aforesaid should not bo allowed. Given under my hand at Burlington, this 'lOth day of October. A. D. 1838. ol 1 .3 WM. WESTON. Register. ft'sTE tho subscriber?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 November 1838

SENATE. Monday, Oct. 22, 1030. Mil To encourage tho growth of Bilk, reported Willi proposals of amendment, providing fdr a premium of 20 cents per poutuKon cocoon?, 20on raw silk and 30 conts per pound 'on towing silk, oii eatia factory evidence being exhibited to town clcrka ; laid upon the tnblo to prohibit the nolo of spirltous liquor ; called up by Mr. Ilannry. and considered am in committee of tho whole: Mr Pinrpnint moved bo to amend tho bill, ii3 to prnvnln for t ho repeal of all laws licensing the sale of spirituous liquors, and without passing any prohibiting act. Sir. Kanney spoke at length in opposition to tho motion, when, on motion of Mr Fierpoint, the bill was laid upon tho (able. Mr Picrpoint called up the bill to pro dibit the sale ofsptritous liquors, tho ques. tion being upon striking out tho first and second sections of tho bill. Mr Converse moved a proviso, that towns, ot their an nual March Meeting, bo empowered to crant licenses, at their discretion ; and this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 November 1838

NEW GOODS. HM. GIDWNGS offers his usual . supply of GOODS. I'ontl street, October 30, 1830. NEW STORE A N D SIDNBV HARLOW has received most kinds of GOODS usually kept (except the great western) at his store at Wiuoos kl Village, nnd will bo pleased to seo friends and customers. Winooski Village Nov. 1st, 1030. New Books? New Books? THE subscriber lias just received many lato publications, to which ho would call the attention of tho public, Guizol's History nf civilization, Do Tdcquovillo'8 Democracy in America, Incidents of Travel's in Greece, Turkey, Russia & Poland.bv tlio authorof travels in Egypt, Arabia, Pclraca and the holy land. Poetry of travelling, by Caroline Gilman. Cromwell, a historical novel, 2 vols, by the aiitlnir of tho Brothers. Cnrinne, or Italy (by Mad. Do Stael,) in Englinsh. Life and Times of Wbitefield, by Phillip, Mcdhursl's History of China, Tho Young Mother, Young Wife and Young Ilouspkccpnr, by Dr Alcott. Parley's Fireside Education, Comb'8 work on He...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 November 1838

iI'.GS leave to in MJ form hts Patrons (hat ho ha taken Shop two doors West of J. Sz J. II. Peck & Co's. Storc.North side Squaro Collcgo Slreol. Whcra riiQlniilnrn will find ft iM.0V great variety of Heady tnado Saddles, Harness's, Trunks, Valtssct, Carpel Dags. Pill Bags, Portmanteaus, Cir. cingles, halters, liridles, Marlingils, Sleigh Bells, Whaltbanc llosclls, Cushions Whips and Lashes, a.ni such other articles as usually con nected with liis lino of business, togothor with n choice selection of Saddlery Hard Waro, of tho latest Importations, all of which will bo sold cheap for cash or Approved Credit. Burlington, Oct, 17, 1838. Upliolstorings and Carriage Trimming exo culod with neatness and despatch. Ladies Shoes. Kfft Pairs, composing every size OJJ and qunlity of Ladies, Misses and Children Shoes, just received and for salo by tho subscribers nt very reduced pricos for cash? Also, Gcntlerncns Moroc co Pumps, Moccasins, India Rubber Over Shoes, Fur Lined do., Fur Lined Wa...

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