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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 10 March 1840

BY A. . CHABWICK. TERMS Tijk Oaledonian will bo publishod woekly nt $2,00 per unnum, or nt $1,50 if pnid in ndvanco. II paymont is mado within six tnonths from tho timo ol suuscnbing n will be 'considcrcd na nJvnnco nnv. No nuoor will bo rliRnnniin'nml unlU nll arroaragos uro pnid, oxccpt at tho option of UdrAdvortisements will bn inscrtcd for tho cur tomnry pricos. Porsons nro renuostnd tn atntr thn numbur of wocks tlioy wish their Advortisomoms nilllliQllnrt nliifiMt.. 1. .. "II l. ! i .n f umuiniau lliujf will uo lHBOriQU llll lor bid and chnrged uccordingly. TMEE FAHfclVSIEBE. jPVom' Ihe Farmers1 Compatnon. SOME OP THE PR1NCIPLES OF TRE NEW IIUSBANDRY. The new system o( hushandry isha&cd upon the bclicf, that our Innds will not wear out, or Ijecome exhnusted ot their fertility, if tlioy nro judiciously maiiugod; bul, on tho contrary, that they may bo nmdo progressivoly to iiierense in Vroducr, In fowtmls; ro tho husbandman, and In benefits tosociety at lenst for sorue timo t...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 10 March 1840

Wc do not know liow it nmy siriko others, liut 10 onr mintl tlio nrgiimunt ngninst tltc Snb Trcu. sury Bdiome in tlio following dinloguo is nbout ns tinimavroriibln ns nny thing o bnvo rentl up on tlio eubjoot. From the Connecticut Couranl. DIALOGUE BETWEEN A LAIJOREIl AN EX-SENATOH, 'NJLES.) Laborer .Good mnriiing, Mr Somitor. Senator Good morning, Mr Willson; how do yoti do to day? How uro yoiir wiT und eliil. dronhow do they stand lliis linnl wintcr imd how does the good euiisc of tlio party get on in your town? Laborer Prctty woll, sir, ihotigli times nro rnthor linrd, uioney eenrco, nnd Inlior is nol ns well pnid for ns it UBcd to bc; still, wo liav'nt all tiii-n6(l Whigs yet. Senator. Tliai's riglit stick to tlio party to tlio Inst, and wo will, in thceiid, liave n hard nioney currency. Tlio Snb Tronsury will mnko uanll ricli. It will givo to every miiii ns tnui'li monoy ns lie wnnts, nnd thnt, too, of tlio right kind tho renl shiners. Laborer bnt I httvo roml in tlio Speoches...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 10 March 1840

From the JVcto Vorf Couricr and Enquircr OVER.ACTION-OVER-TRADING-OVER- DANKING. Thoso nro tlio wntchwords of tlio nilmin idtmtion. Thoro isno pnrty pariot wliocnnnot rattlo tlioni ofl h'is tonguo asgliblv, as if thoy mndo up lns wholo vocabuWy.Thoy indicnto tlio ontiro pohcy of tho Fcdoral Adniinistrntion. I-rom tho momorit Mr Boardsloy rnifed tho cry ofPeruh Commcrcc ! Perish Crcdit ! to llio prosonulay, tho Govornmont has boon ongafinJ ' a rlinou.H wnTfnro " l10 t0". tlio curroncv ntul tio institutions oftho country. First wont 'tlio Unitod Stntus Bnnk. A crusndo on tlio trnding intorost followod. Htnto Bnnks woro thu noxt viotiniH. And now u snvoroign coni tnonwonff'i ,s ucon sncrificod nt tlio foot of tliut Fodornl Hxociitivo, vvblch undortnkos to nrraign Foioral LogiHlntures, robukc tlioir oxtravaganoo, docry tlieir internal improvomonta, impair tlioir fi nnncinl crcdit, and in tlio oyoH of forcign nntions faston upon tlioir liabilitics and ontorpriso tlio sonl of Fadural oond...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 10 March 1840

sa-Sruorux ! LEAVE NOT YOUR NATJVE SOIL. fflied lo a young Farmer in New England, tcho Ualkcd of going West.' bnvo not your ovvn Novv England soi! IFor climo moro bright, moro fair pave not your hill-sidcs and your Btreninp, Your ovvn puro mountnm air. jhough wnrm and fortilo is tho West iThough Jighter thuro tho toil lill Jubor horo rnapa ricli rowaril ijLcavo not your nalivo soil ! aw cnn you lcnvo your nativo snil IWhoro nlljour tronsurea l)o lio old houso by your fathur built rUndcr tho wnving troo; Biat troo was planted by your siro iWhcn young in years and toil, (oath wbicli in infancy you plnyed Lenvo not your nntivo soil ! ou will not loavo your nativo soil 'Your fields und pnsturcs fair lour greonwnod hnunts, tlici bnbbling nticam ' That mnkoth rnusio thcrc; fou will not leavo tliis sylvan liomo Far from tho world'a turmoil fou will not slight this friondly voicn, Uavo not our nativo soil ! know you lovo your nalivo soil VVith fuclings strong and dccp ?ho old church planted...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 17 March 1840

G. CIIAWI&. st. Jmwsnmtv, vr., siAhon 27, 1S40. - Tf- i-m.iiii V?y. 5JS. TERMS Iiie Caledonian will bo publiMicd wookJy t $-.00 Pr unnmn, or nt $1,50 if paid in ndvanco. 1 paymont is mndo within six monllis from tio time of subscribing it will bu considerod ns ndvnnco pay. No pnpor will bo disconlinuod until nll arronragos aro paid, oxcopt nt tho option of jlio pubhsher. ICrAdvorlisomonts will bo inscrtod for tlio cu tomary pricos. Porsons aio roquostud to Uatt th numbor ofwooUs thoy vvisli tboir AdvGrtisomonis nuulished, otncrwiso thoy will bo insortod till for yudjand chargod accordingly. Thc Fav PRESERVE YOUR IJEST AN1MALS FOR BIIEED1NG. Tho complnint is genoral, nt lcnst tliroughont tho cnstern stntes, tlmt tho stock of ncat cnttlo has bcon grcatly diminishcd within n few y.cnrs, nnd tiint priccs Iinvo consoquently ndvnnccd to tm unprocedented pitch. And it is bolicvcd to be o genoral fnult nmong farmers, that they sell their bcst young nnimnls to tho hutchcrs. Tho season hn...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 17 March 1840

f.ll,.M woU II.. t.i...pl. fth,UW, r N.'.h Hon... ' rcc-.vo.l tv.th iwhinitH.., I I.... . 4. tli.. 41m ikl raatunilttlf Ihf I ain Sir, wilh tnuch r--jnrtt JL Q 4 wiLliA" Rlftosf" II. l 1KIITIS, Ll On miitiUH-ol' Dr Kk-ImiiimI, Hrsoletd. Tt-.nl h W'fif"' i.rOrleain Com.iy .t- i ." .!. I.l. ..I Julv UHXl al IM.lK.-K A M at whieh C..i.Mtnt randtdaw Tor Smn. torbo nmi.iHJ;J ' '- iomUih i.m proceed m thu pnimvt ur' f,,r l,,,t VI.'IIIIOII . i i .1 A-ritalil U fiMgiMR mKOlMtloM tlir. im.e tin rpptiiilu m tfffliMTi 1 ih cmiivuiiiIwh t b lioldeu on tlte 4th Ml'Jitlv, ll.iii Pnvid M PrwaMlaiit. Cul L. Car- p..mr, Drbyi Col. AI. llupkiiu, Sala.i.; L'L h. ii......tni. Holland. G. CwimiiMtjt. I-.mi , jl-irzKii; E. Colu, Iwj Cliarlaaiiiwu; li. Hiitr Tni) Ptw Wb,-lock, NmwmkI; F. I.urhini, liiHj WotfWU; C. tfartwall, L-q. E. Ilunt, l.pq. Jy; K. liiHgluuu Br E. Colu, Iwi Uliariaiiwii; jl. mwnmni, 'T Low t-ll; JrowHinv totr, Col. Ii. i.oiiii, uiuiuh, uc -ni.., Glover; J. niUworth, F.q Green!!..'; L ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 17 March 1840

CONGURSS. lnr inurnnl this W'Oak of Vo canmn -- a .. . ,lm(Tfl of CntmrcRS, for tl rflopori that ;o;raooeXc;ptt.1iS,.u."M.oi...,; of ordof; In tho Sonnto Gn.ndy's roport upon flnnton'n rOSOlut'lOn i ,.ri;.ni. nnd w cost tho cnnntry n II lulgu . Urnn amoUnt of 1110110)'. TJio Van Huron Scnators l)anglpnSlolin;nir-'-.'';P';t'0 soml honif) I,,..nl,..r t II) PR0 arid lo dufuul tho Whig , .: .,,:(, miin' ouurdlv nmoiie tho Slnies tho procmls of tl.o puhlic Innds, of a protnptiyo .. -J tlin rcduction of thc exponsps of Gov- crnm'jnt so tlllt lno rovonuo urising from llio titTifF voul, jnoot nll dnmunds ot tlin uovornmont ooo J)0,ically ndtnmislercd. Tho Van Ihircn parly aro in tho minority in hoth houscs, nnd thoy lulmr jirincipnlly to Blrotigthcn tjtdlr pnrty, nnil to inpuro thc 10 olo.ction of Vnt) liuron, nnd rido ovor and tramplo (ipon tlio minority Thoy do ns thoy plcuso. They lmvo consummtitod tlioir schutnc of udmitiinff.tho V B, claimanls rroni New Jorsoy. Tho Mnflison'inn gi'vcs ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 17 March 1840

"Br T II E IIOUR O F DEATH. 1JV MRS. IIl'M A S. Lonvos Imvo tlioir linio to full, And flowcrs lo wiiher nt thn north wirid's lironth, And slars to sot ; hul nll, Thou linBt all soasona for thino own oli, Doulh. Day is for titoi tnl cnro, Kyo, forgl.nl mu'ciings round tho .joynus hcarih; Night, for llio droiuna of sloop, tho voico of praycr But all for thcn, thou mightiost of tlio oarlli. Tlio hnnqtinl hath ilH hour, )ta fcvcrish liour of mirlli, and song, nnd wino; Thcn comoR n dny lor griol 'b o'crwholming powor, A timo for Boftor lcars; but all nro thinc. Youtli, and tlio opcning roso, Mny look liko tliings too glorious to docny; And smilo nt theo; btit thou art nono of thono Thnt wait tlio ripcn'd bloom to scizo llioii prey. Loaves havo tlioir timo to full, And llowors to vvithcriit tlio north wind'fl hroath, Anil stara to sot; but all, Tlioit hnst nll nonaons for tliino own oli, Dcaih. Wo Itnow vvlion inoonsshnll wnno, Whcn Kummor birds from far, shnll eross tho sca; YVlicn iiti...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 24 March 1840

TBT A. MAJ&WICK. ittamrjaio! VI-i. KSH. IV. HSB TRIlltfS Tjie Calf.uonian will bo nnblisliod weoKy $2,00 por unnum, or at $1,50 if pnid in ndvanco. II" paymont is mado witliin eix tiionths from tio timo of subscribing it will bo coiiBidorod as ndvanco pay. No papor will bu disconlinucd uiitil all arroaragos uro puid, oxcopt ut tho oplion of rio puhlisher. 0"Advortisements will bo insertod for tbo cus-toin-nry pricoa. Porsons uro roquostod to ?tntt thu numbor of wcckii thoy vvish tboir Advortisoitionis publishod, othorwiso thoy will bo insortod till for bid and' cbargcd uccordingly. From the American Farmers Companion. IMPROVE TIIE SOIL AND GO AI1EAD. No former 'go nhcad' uiiIops ho rnisca nn nbundnnce of grass. Whuro tlioro ia but little grnas there is always a ahort purso, sa'ul a iniin of extensivo obsorvntion and groat experienoe; tlio renson of this must be so obvinus as soarce y to nced nn explnnation, lor of grnss comes manure, nnd manure is thc philosopher's stotio which ...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 24 March 1840

A. FA1TI1FU li, I1UT PAINFUL P1CTURE. 'J'lio followiug is un oxtract ofn lottcr oftlui Ilnn. Joiin C. Ci.aiiK, n moiiibiii of (,-ongress froin Now Voik, to hia conatituunlB, Mr. Chirk, was u waini aupportor ofMr. Vnn Buron for Ptehidunt, whon Jio wns clcetcd , thrco ynurs ngo. To the Whigsand i.'o'iim.rvutivcs of Chcmmgn: A political campnign, moro iniporlnnt lo tho ns ttcndoney ofrobtiblicnn piinciplos, nnd llio gront und vitnnnlorosts oftho counlry, hns novcrnponcd upon tho Amisrioiui peoplo. Wo uro contonding, not only for llio prosorvulion f.fntir frco institutions, butfor tlio brond with which lo fud our wivosund hildrnn. Tho uulioly wnr w.iich tlio iidininisira Tion hns wnged ngninsl llio (lomoutio insiii mion of tlio pooplo, lnis prediicod not only bankniptey nnd ruin to thousanda of our industrinus nnd outor prising citi.uns, but thrcatons iu llio utter duslruc tion of thc valuos ofall sort3 ol proppity, a gonoral nnd wido sproad desolation. No ono can oluiin ox eniption fro...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 24 March 1840

At tho luBt advicos from Floridn, tlm hlood liounds liad cornercd fivo Indinns iti (i swamp. Thoy say tho thing wns handsnmely dono, and io noots groat crodit upon tho importntion of Cuhu wnrriors A littlo girl oight ycars nf ngo, hapcor Co. Miohigan, was frighteiicd to death by her brothor tho othor day, wlio drcssnd himsolf in a bcnr'd skin and clinscd hor. A VAin Joke. Tlio Providoneo Journal says tJiataplanisninturingtogivo tho Whig party a now nnmo 011 tho 4th of Mnrch 1841. It is llion to bo callod tho 'Administration pnrty.' Muhdrh at Jackson, Aliss. Jamos R. Whchii), n c "'' ,no Union Banlc of Aliss, was hasoly uiiirdorcd in front oftho Cnpitol, at Jaclceon, on tho 11th uli. by n tnan namod Pornro.y.-Tbey wero botli intoxicated at tho tirno, whon u pctty disputo arising, Pornroy drow u bovvio knifo, and stabbcd Wh'olan riiortally. Pomroy hna bcon arrestcd. Tlio Snluin (Alnss.) GuKotto thinlts lli.it tho oloc tion of Goncrul Ilsrrison will, lilco t!iut of Mr. Alonroo, havo th...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 24 March 1840

STANZAS F O It MUSIC. Tho Htnrs nro bright, nnd onr stopa nro light Ab wo svvepp to our curnping ground, Antl woll wo Unow, nn wo forward go, Tluittho foo fills tlio groonwood rotind; But wn Unow 110 four, though tho foo bo nour, Aa wo trnmp the gruonwood tlirougli, For oli ! hnvo wo not for our luudor got 'Tiie SoLnir.it of Tjpit.canok ? Novv tlic dcop grcon gmss ia our aoft niattrna Till tlio bouting of revoillo; No light'a in our eamp but llio firofly lump, No'roof but llio groonwood trco. Briof sltimbor wo snntch, till tlio niorning wntch; But ono oyo tio sliimbor know ! Ono inind wns awnko for his soldiors' Btiko, 'TwAS TIIK SoLDIEll OF TlPPECANor. . Tlio Tuint duwn is brouking.our btiglca nro spcaking, diuck rousos our longthcnod liuo, Swcot droams nro doparting, tlio soldicr is starting, And wolcomcs tho tnorning sliino. But, liark ! 'tis tlio drum tho foe is como, Tlio'r yolls ring tho dnrk wood tlirougli ; But soo mounted, rendy, brnvo, cnulious, ond stcndy, TlIE SoLDIEll O...

Publication Title: Caledonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caledonian. — 31 March 1840

S5 JOWlVSBWTRy, V.j.'-RHAKCDB 81, 1S1. BHJT. IV. GS9 TJ2RMS TlIJS CAI.KDONIAH will bu publishud wcokly ' Pur wnntitn, or at $Sl,50 if pniil in ndvanco. U'paymont is madu withiti si'x mo'nths frorn tlm limn nbscribing it will bo considCred -us ndvnnco pnyi No papof w.ill.bo diHContinuod nti, nll arroarages urc puiil, exccpt at tbo option of rio puhljshor. (nFAdvortisompnts vvJH bn insertcd for tlic cus totntiry prices. Porsons are rcquoiiml 10 itatt numbor of woqks thoy wish tlieir AdvertisomeniH publishcd. othorwise thoy vvill bo insortod till for bid nnd chargcd uccordingly. T 1 C FilV B1B C V . From ilio Ynnkou Faimor. CI1EAP FOOD FOR STOCK. Mr. Editor, I noticcd tlm currcnt volnnie of, tlio Yankee Farmor, 34th page,n short cotnmu nicniion disnpptoving of tho tiso of tnrneps ns ir fcel to stock. Now I know this to bo ineorrect, or not ngrccing with tho expcrieneo that 1 Imvc had with regurd to fcoding cattlo on tnrneps. Had "Young Fnrmei'' harvcstod hia ttimeps.und fctl his ciuilo...

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 March 1840

Jin conatruotioii. llo doea not rond tliOBpeoch na I undorstand it,nn(l 1 mennt il should bo utrdcrstood. Thia uxplanntion is llio rinmo na i gavo tlio. other day, and ia whut thu Senntnr called a disclaimor. It ia n disnlnimnr of notliing but hia cnnsliuotion of my langtingu aiul monning. If thut ia what ho tnoaiit liy a diFclaimor, I ani contont with it, I)ut 1 Wisli t Itn r'mlitlv nndorsiood. II' you Inko thc purugrapha ulono" which tho Sennmr rcad, it may bo undurstoud na liu rnprosonts; butthat is not tliti inlbiunco ua it nppenrs lo mo irom mo wuuio icxt. But tlio Sonatnr wcnt further1 and road from my speoch tho noxt suntcnco, which ia, " Whntre sponso will llio fstrmurs, mechnnics, und uinnufnctur ers muko to kuoIi a flngitioua proposition?" and, Knizing UP" t'K1 w"r Hiigitious, usod in no aunso oliensFvuiy , not liuving thu romotost porsonal np plicaliou to him, but appliod to tlio gonoral ptupo sition to rcduce wngoa, &c , and not totbo hypoth aia or nny thing contuino...

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 March 1840

Pknnsyt.vania Tnino Distiot. Tho IMiiln dolpliiu U. S. finzetle, contnina n commiinfcn tion from tho Hon. Chnrlea Nuylor, mcmber of Congrcss from the Third District of l'oimsylva. nin, but whoso elcciion is disputed by Mr Inger aoll, the Vun Buren Cundidato. In relation to tho investigntion noiv going on betoro n oom missioiicr. Mr Nny lor snys:-. t ir.ni-n1 iihoh tfio present pi'occo ding beforo "a commis9i""or ns ihofnero tuking of deposiiions 4ind noilnng inoro. ta eticti i lorooro to tnntte iiublicntions upon tlio subject, for I considered it coniincy to all nght, nnd justico, an cven com 'nioii decency. fsupposcd llint tho Hotiso of Ropresojitutives 'of tho Unitod otutes waR tlie Jtiugo ot this mtih 'ter, nnd lliat its ilccision would bo pronounced 'jifter hearing the evidcnce on bolhsides. With all theso viowa on this subject; I would have romnined silcnt. ovon if tho evidcnce had "beon tnihlished ns it had bccji taken. liut hvhon tho columns of tho Loco Foco press nre 'dnily ...

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 March 1840

II f 11 J Poctry, From thc Yanttec Farmcr. DISAPPOINTMENT: Olt TI1E SALTED PUDDING. A jolly old wight, ftwaa a lnrmor of yoro, Who no!or turn'd tlio neody awny from liia door,) VVaa fond of good pudding nnd ordorcd tlio snino, Aa ofton as Saturday ovening oamo. I raoan hnsty-pudding, nii oxccllont food, And Grahamitcs call it botli wlioloaomo and good; Uirt Gaflcr hc carud nol for Grnhn'm a atinw, For ho'buttor'd hia pudding to plensurotiis maw. In condiment3 too, lio was never a kIoWIi, Aa all his doinestics miglit very woll vonoh; Ofalt, or of popper, of mustnrd, or mace, If thdro wna a laclcing, ho'd sliow a wry faco. Ono Saturday night, wlion tboir lidior wns dono, A slrangor callad in tlicro, tlio tnuipost lo shun; Tliey bid him a wolcome, and gavo him a cliair, So ho tarried all night, nndpnrtook of tlioir faro. Tlio pudding liom meal of tlio ricli yullow mnizo, Wus boiling and muttoring ovor tlio blnze, Tho worthy good houso-wifo waa towing about, With Dolly, tlio tnaid, up n...

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 April 1840

flIA3WICI&. VIj.. 353. IiS.D TEKMS Tjik Uai.ruoniah w'tll bo publislied wcokly $2.00 por uanum, or at $jl,60-if paid in aiJvnnco. Ifpnymout is mndo within six montlis from tho time of subscribing it vvill bo considcrod nsndvanco pnv. No nupor vvill bo discontinued until a!l arronrngna uro f)aid, oxccpt at tbo optioji of iio punusnor. inrAdvorlisumcntR will 1)0 insortcd for tbe cn tomaryprices. Persons nro roqucntori to Uatc tb'i uuinhor of wooks tluiy vvish tboir Advortisoinoms publislied, othorwiso they will bo inHurtod till for oid n nd ohurged uccordingly. T 1ft c W a ' naa c v WHAT SHOULD A FARMER BE. An important qucry ihis, und omo that dcsorves to bo well pohdcrcd. Wo answer it thtis; A Farmer should be induslrioits. In no de pnrtment of lifo, without industry, caii nny tlijng vnluublc or important bo ncliiovoil. Thero is such n thing ns nn icllo fnrmer, 'truo itis, nnd apiiy 'tis' tis tnio,' butan idle, siicccseful fann or, is somotbing tbe world ba8 not yet seen. No whe...

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 April 1840

h'1r fc-tWiThan U. S. SENATE. TntmshAV, Aluixh 2i. NORTH-EASTERN BOUNDARY. Thc CiiAiusubm'Utcd tlio fuhowing oorrcapon donce: Mr. Fox to Mr. Forsyth. Washington, Mnrch III, 1840. Tho nndi'rsigncd, hcr llritanrno Mnjusty's En voy Exlrnordinitry niul Minislor l'Sunipntatitiury , has boun iristruotml by Iiis Governmeiit to mnko tho following conitnunication to tho Socrotnry of Stnto of thi) Unitod Stntos, in roforonoo to tho boundnry nogotintipn, und tho uff.'itrs of tho diapu tcd lorritory. Ilor Majosty a guvcrnmont havo lind iindor thoir consideralion tlieoflicial noto adilrossod lo tho un doraigned ly tho Socrotary of Stato of tho Unitod Stntes, on tlio 24th ol'luBt Docen.ber, iit toply to n noto from tho iindorsigned of tho 2d of Novombor precoding, in whicli tlio uiiilurigncd protostod, in tho natno of his Guvernniunt, ngainst tlio extonaivo systefri of nggrcssion pursiicd hy tho pooplo ol Maino within tho diapuicd territory, to tho prej ndioo ol tho rights of Grcat Biitain, and i...

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 April 1840

novor allowcd oursolveH to bo dccoivod or to bo nmuscd with tho unfoundod hopo tlint Mnrtin Van Ilurcn could so fnr loso eight of party projudiccs ns thus to honor apolitictd opponent. Wo did nol, itistruo, boliovo ho would liavo tlio iiardiliood oponly to dofy tho oxpross wishos of Maino, that Mr Wcbator should up iho poeiul Ministor to Grcnl Uritain, by nppohiting nnotlior; but wo nevor cuas d to bo convincod, tbat tlio Presidontwould ovnde liis unplcnsnnt duty by ncglccting to mahc any appointvient whatcvcr TJio wholo responsibility of having noglectcd ho intorcsts of Maino rosls upon Van Duron nlono. TlioStnto ol Maino mado a formnl roqucat for a spccial enibnssy thoy ovcn vvont so fur as to signi fy tlio poison whom tliey wished to bo omploycd to plead tlioir causo. Congross signified its conscnt by u libcral nppropriation . Prcsidcnt Van Buren had no wish to bring thc controvcrsy to a closc. Nor has honow, ns is ovi dont from tho nttempt tlie govemtnont is tnuking to put out o...

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 April 1840

1 H.' c 1 n y . From tho Kiiickorbookor fiir Alnruli. T U E R I G II T S O F W 0 M E N . by miss sauah ioi.e, (mass.) "A womnn should bo nllowcd to atand in tlio siicrod desk, nn.l in tlio halls of Hcioncc,nnd ndvo cato tho canso of intolligcnco, of huniiinity, nn.l of religion. Amnsa U'alltcr. Womnn ! nriso ! nsaumo tliy rights ! 13id lordly mnn rovcrc 1 ateji boldly up t nolilcr hoights, And fill a widur aphoro! Sccludod, muto, no longor dwoll, Thy 'tnlonts' buricd quito; Escnpo from custom'a crtiol spoll, And sond nbroad tby liglit Thy provinco wido aa mnn'a oxtondn, Tho 'fricnds of womnn' pny; Rut from sucli advocntcs and friond.4, 'Sparo U3 ! oli, apnro! vo prny ! To tbeo, indocd, no nnrrow boinid Hns God or nian aspigned; Dutics wilbin tby iiomis aro found, Wortliy tlio noblest tnind. Wlio llint has mnrkoil tlmt quiel opot, And, maiking, pondored woll, Would nsk for thco a happier lot, TJinn whero thy lovod onos dwoll?' 'Tis tbinc the pntha for infunt fect In lincs of lovo to ...

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