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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 March 1840

Hf -HI M JHC 0 If P1F I 'llf-flj . Jljf W'igP- t VOX,.- VI, BKATTLEBOKO, Y t . . Mr A 11 OH W; 1840: o i. SPEECH1 OF Mft, dON&CL JARVIS W.o.invite tha.nttuntiori ofobr readers to the following able speech of the" Mori. tyiL 2.UH JAri'vis,, d' Wetnersfield, tfertnonti at inc.-great Morrison Convention at Glrtt?, w. nasruiuii-u irom mo vaney ol (no Connecticut. Mr. Jam's has', always been &r sodnd and consistent iVrublicati df the" JiJirtjrnrinch6ol, rfrlft'd cloiy o'bservW of the rise and progress of pitrtit's in this cdfin- try, from the foundntion of the Gtiic'rnriierit . ",-i)'Sv 1 uriusn uovernment, prior to the Revolution; he basKi-aced'the oft igtn ofthtytenns Whiff and- for) in Eng land, to their, adoption in this country.- The parallel bjjtwe-tf.i tho" Whigs and Tories of knglnnd and the Whiggtatul" Tories' 67 the United States-, is apt and striking; Hii eloi quenl appeal.to thegc-bd'sbrisVof llie'peonlr. irt Wvo df Gen, HARRISON, will bo res, ponded , to by every, tr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 March 1840

'SPEECH OF MR. DarVIS OF MASSACHUSETTS " OK THE SUB-TREASURY BIEL,. a. i 1.1 IN I'HE, .SENATE OF THE UNITED STAT.E8, JANUARY 23, 1840. (Concluded from our last" paper.) - Hut, rir, 1ft us pursue the subject a little further, aa it ii capable of fur ther illustration. There ore three classes of laborers; those who produce from the ea'rth 'are agriculturalists; those who convett the product of the earth into "useful-forms are manufacturers j and those who are engsged in transpor ting and exchanging the product of the other classes ore commercial. These grcatdivislona of rnankind are founded on no law hut that of civ ilized,, social existence. In our country, at least, each and every person , may pursue any or all kinds of business. But experience tcathra us the necessity, of these divisions, for wool, cotton, and flax are of little value, till turned into cloth, but the farmer would find it difficult to run a mill to make cloths, or to build and sail a ship to take his produce to mark...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 March 1840

VERMONT PIKENIX. Friday, Mnich 30, 1840. TUfi VotlNG MEN, Of this Town and vicinity, opposed fo the reflection of Martin Van Buren to the Presidency to the doctrine of suceessorships and second terms to the policy that gives to ihe office holder a specie currency to the people,no currency at all to a party, whose aim is to destroy the credit system, and 'thereby prevent entruprisino young men 'from rising to a party, whose aim is to fe- litre THE VALUE OF PttOPERTY AND THE jwAGEfc or I.ADOR. and in that way fake the bread from the mouths of the honest labourer ; infrnt, to all, in favor, of Ihe election of the LOG CABIN CANDIDATE Hi the Presidency, are 'invited to meet at Wheeler's Halt ok Monday evening next, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of taking measures to advance sound Hepublican Doctrines. TCi" It has been sue-frested to us that the rc marks in' our last paper, in reply to an article in the Phoenix touching our private offuirs, was unnecessarily severe. We think no too, and V...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 March 1840

JONATHAN .SLICK, "fiSClf AND MAD- ' ' ' aMe celeste. - Jonathan it appears from the Express, vis jted'the Park Theatre, while MadatTie Celes te wds paying her engagement, and the un sophisticated young man's description of her performance is really amusing enough. (Ve dare say that he never saw nny thing ut frill like' it in Weatliersfield in all his liorn days. Tho following is a part of his account ipfitlio evening's performances. "That minute n bell tinkled : and the pic- tur rolled up again nnd the fidlers begun to put on the elbo w greese till :be iiiusie came out slick enough. Instead of tho garden thcro was a great lontr, ball room with rows of great shiney pillers running nil througn it. It was as light as day, for there seemed to be candles outofsiirhl uinony the pillars, bi-sidt a a row dl lamps that stood nloni: the pen wheit' 1 wnss'iinni. w.in an wif criuer l .ever.soi my eyes on, rum iinig iu . " ... n eves I had in mv head when the h-lrnsotnMwJ'. : .j it ; .u ' ' ,L ....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 March 1840

m!mWfKSBSUtaK' rjv 'r --'.'J ' miftir '-Tf-Wn .. 1 jyrjiiiMii" ni . M 1 -Mr .-.t4-f4 - "W. ; Ufl 1 JLi '" ill WW "KiHr" .r:.,l I. H I, ,U i 1 BBA T4ft, B 0 It 0 , y'fc. Mjj&eH 27,' 1.840. 30 f 1 " It. r FERJUONT JPMOEJVIX. ' .1 i. - ... 1 Advertisements feonspiouowsly inserted at $l,0fl,pcr $quareor 3 Insertions,. arid jiO cents for oaoh,.subeuent. insertion. Less than a square J.1), cents for 3 Insertions, and 12 i-2 cent, for eacu.BnW fluent insertion. , i For the Phoenix. TJieplacc of the dead fiath a holy calm , To thelgrief-taughtsoul asoothirig balm: There i7e;icc refjtis for the voiceless crowd Nor'-wecp, nor' sigh, whom death has bow'd : There solitude reigns but Oh, her tongue' More thrilling than human heart e'er wtungl fd tone's that arc felt not" hcaid it falls And 'startles the bands of earthly thrall;' In lanjuagee not .heard responds The soul from iU depths o'er its treasures fond ! But heavenly visions) of changeless love, And, glorious lore in Heaven above, Brea...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 March 1840

i - naau annum maamniaii rmrrrn---irt,rr,r,-ari M. i.i i i 1 1 a -i. ii mm iiiauasaaalaaSasaiiaagMais . j i. u jrarsir Friday, March 27, 1840. 4ft: For President, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISfiN. iur Vice v undent, JOHN TYLER, P.cnntyhania -Third District. At the election, ori Friday, for Aldermen of the fybilhcrn Liberties, Philadelphia, compris ing Nuylor's contested district, the Whig candidates mere elected by no overage ma. jority ol 6ve' hundred votes. So much for the ridiculous slander which hits been put in circulation out of Philadelphia, thut Mr, Naylof owes his election to Congress to spurious votes. Indeed, the Phi!nde!phi:i journals pronounce the- whole story to be aheer humWg, without a single particle of irut!) to sustain it. Youug Men's meeting:. Agreeably to the call in last week' paper, a large number of the Young Men of this town and vicinity, assembled at Wheeler's Hall, on Monday evening the 23d inst. The meeting was organized by the choice of Royal Tylrk Chairman, Wi. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 March 1840

We do not know how it may strike others, but to our mini the argument ngoinst the S.ib Treasury ch?;racln lo'follolvtng iff-v rojfue.is nbobt, as unanswerable as anything v"e have, reall upon the ubjec tj ( F(ot;theCeHKcticuti'CouranL DIALOGUE BETWEEN ALADOR FAX EX-SENA'OR, (NlLES.)' ' Ltlboreh Good morning, Mr Senator:, i 3etar. Good ritorm'ng, Mr VVfllsonj how' Jo" you do to day 1 How are youf w ife nnd children how do they siand this hard iyinterhndhow ddei the good cause of .the party get.on in yourown f t Labqrer.-s-Prcliy well, sir, though limes fl.re.'rathe.r, hard,imoriey scitrce,-.and labor is not as well p,i(l Tor as it used lb be j still , wo hWhl oll(uirned AVhies yet. . enatdr. Thiil's right slick to the party, tortile last,', n.nd wc wllf, in ihe, end. have a hard ' currency The Sub treasury will nnjto us all rich. It will give to every wan its.nuic.fi money as be wants; and that, too.-olthe right kind tho real shiners. Luborer. But L have read iiitlnjthSpec chesiof Mr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 March 1840

,MR. D'AVIS AND MR BUCHANAN. V It appears from lh' annexed letter from tbciew York Commercial, ibat in a sec ond effort, Mr. Davis has' completely demol. isEedT wbni Remained of Mr. Buchanan, after Mr.Davis's first speech In reply to the Pennsylvania Senator. Our reade'rs have "already seen the first speech. When Mr, t Davis opebs his battery ol big guns, upon "bis adversaries, it resembles the broadside Ofar frigate upon a fleet of Chines'? Junks. Washinoton, March 7,l8i0 Mr. Davis's success, in the encounter which it pleased Mr. Buchannh to give him. was stirnal. nnd triitmphanf. Whatev. cr the Loco Poco press may say nbout it, be assured, Mr. Buchanan has got it, for tho rest of ins life. In endeavoring to repel the charge of being in favor of reducing the price of labor, he has" only furnished nn op portunity for that charge to be'fixed upon him still more strongly. No doubt ' it was a concerted movement. The party had be come alarmed at the effect which their doc trines had pro...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 April 1840

V E RM O W Tr P H E If IX. I JU V0L" VL BRATTLEBORO, jVt. APRIL 3, 18A0. NO; ST .Extract from Mi. Birciiard's Address at the late Townshcnd Convention, holden January 16, 1840. the Defalcations. Samuel Swartwout, was a large apccu. la'.or in Stocks Sc. Real Estate, and used the Public Money in his gambling opera tions ol this kind, during the whole time he was collector of New York. This was no torious. And at the time of his appointment in 1829, and of his re-appointment in 1824, his character was notoriously had for peeu .niarjr responsibility. No prudent man would (lave trusted him to any consideritbteamount. .But notwithstanding all this he was suffered to hold the office of collector of thai great lo ft, with millions of the public money pas sing through his hands monthly, without the shadow of a bosd to secure the dear people against loss from 1834 to 1837, three years. And then after Swartwout had act ually become a defaulter for n large amount then Aonett Levi.'Mr. Van Burnn...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 April 1840

V131tMOIVT PH CE.1VIX. Friday, April 3, 1840. Young Hen's Whig Association of Brnttln boro. - Notice is hereby given that there will be a meeting of (hi Association, at It heeler's Hall on Monday homing the 20th itist., commenc ing al 7 o'clock. Addreists, Songs, Glees .J-ct may be expect 4tlJrim the members. JQ" Gentlemen from the neighboring totem ure invited to attend, 'woncr oiie Directors, WM. m FES&ENDEN, SecYy. 'Every ilig- should work. Wo hove no occasion To lecture our whig farmers and nic chanicsupon the importance of being industri wus, and ol pursuing their various avocations With diligence, forwc believe they understand tho importance of improving their lime to the greatest pecuniary advantage. But while they work upon their farms, or in their shops, they should not forget their country their bleeding country. The blessings of that liberty which our country has enjoyed, have been experienc ed by them and they should recollect that the patriotic Whigs of '76 worked a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 April 1840

CHEERING AND UNEXPECTED NEWS FROM PENNSYLVANIA Tlio elections of Aldermen, Assessors, Judges, &c. in the different Wards mid. Townships in the city and county of Phila delphia, took place an Friday Inst. In the city proper the' Whigs defied all their candidutes for Aldermen except two. , In the Northern Liberties the Whigs oh- taincd a decided victory. They carried their candidates in u majority of the wards, and wherever there was any thing liko a strug gle, the triumph was signal and complete. Tho- Whigs were successful In fivv wards out of the seven, and by n Very handsome aggregate majority. A better comment than nny Wo can make upon this unexpectedly cheering news from the county of Philadelphia, wo transfer to our columns from the Neio York Evening lol. Start not, reader the extract is from the Philadelphia correspondence of the Now York Evening Post. I "The elections for Aldermen, &c, being the first under ihe new constitution, took place yesterday, nnd have resulted ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 April 1840

REMOVAL,. rinllFi subscriber has removed to the Build X ing south or thu Bnnk( (cntroncc first .door, north of the Vemiont House,) where he will' nav narticular attention to SIGN. OR NAMENTAL and IMITATION PAINT- 1NO. He will furnish as good workmen ns can bo found in the country, to do House I'amttng, Tapering, dating, fyc. on the most reasona ble term, in thin nml other towns. Cabinet ; Furniture and Chairs taken in exchange fur painting chairs. FREDERICK VAN DOOIIN. Brattleboro, Jan. 1840. 50 NO APOLOGY FOR WIGS. ATTENTION BALD HEADS. OF all tho remedies ever devised for the res toration and preservation of the HAIR, - nothing has been found equal to Ambcrt's Oleaginous Ham Tonic. It seldom full to restore the hair to health and beauty. Many who were bald three months ago, can now exhibit luxuriant heads ol hair. Copy of a letter from Dr. S. S. Fiteh. Philadelphia, May 10, 1830. Dr. Jnvne. Dear .bir I Icel that 1 can hardly say enough to you in fuvor of Aliberl's Oleaginous Hair ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 April 1840

V EBMONT P H E 'if I X. i'MWnWMIMWMMM.Ml , 1 J .m, , fj 1 1 I I 1 1 II I ! Ill i.i ' ' ' ' n ' t ".'l Jti'nl ' .." , VOL.. VI. BRATTLE BO RO, t. APRIL 10, 1840. ' HsffiW 4 rUDLISURD KVKUY FniDAY MOUNINO, BY WM. 43. ItYTIUER. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at ? 1,00 per square for 3 insertions, and 20 cents fur each subsequent insertion. Less than a quare 75 cents for 3 insertions, and la 1-2 'cents for each subsequent insertion. TlEPLY OP MR. DAyis""TO MR BUCHANAN. On tho 3d day of March Mr Buchanan-, of Pennsylvania, entered into an argument. 'In tho Senate of the United States, to prove that his view? .and opinions were misrepre sented in a speech of Mr Davis, of Massa chusetts, delivered on tho 23d of January last, in reply to Mr B, on the Sub-treasury bill. The following in the reply of Mr Davis to the charge of misrepresentation : Mi-President: The morning following ihe remarks made by the Senator from Penn sylvania, Air buchanan, upon my printed speech in reply to a spe...

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

Friday, April 10, 1840. Young Men's Whic Association of Brnttlo boro. Notice is hereby given that there trill be a meeting of this Association, at U heeler's Hall on Monday Evening the 20th inst., commenc ing at 7 o'clock. Addresses, Songs, Glees ij-c. may be expect ed from the members. Ji3 Gentlemen from the neighboring towns are invited to attend. Per order of the Directors, WM. W. FESSENDEN, Scc'iy. The Hon. John Davis Speech. H will be recollected that we alluded a few weeks ago to this gentleman's speech, ns a most masterly ef fort. Ourobjcct in again referring to it, Is not for the purpose of retracting any thing which n e then said, but to again recommend it to the perusal of all who have not read it and wore it necessary and possible, we would speak of it in higher terms of praise than before. The speech however speaks for itself Notwith standing the denunciations which have been heaped upon it and the assertion that it was a Federal Lie, the demand still increases. As yet o...

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

Coi rttpohdcncc of the N Y. Jour, of Com. Washington, Wednesday, April 1st. Memorials nro still pressing upon 1 the Senate from all quarters of the country, rela tive to tho enactment of a uniform Bankrupt. Law:, This morning there were received several froni Indiana and Illinois, arid thus it is'cvidcnt that even the Great West is be coming impressed with the necessity of adop ting some regular and pej innrienf. system. fllr Webster presented i second one from tho citizens of Bostop, which hu prefa:cd with some remarks, and, upon leave, introduced las bill, the skeleton of which 'du hnvb al ready published; This bill, without doubt, embraces, every class to which it might be II ...-. si!.- . .!.! ucsiraoiu or pruuem to cxtenu us ocnouciai influence It was referred to the Com mittee on the Judiciary, either to adopt or make such extructs as their judgement may best approve. Mr. Tullmadge will have his- in" a few ddvs before tho same Committee, so that before tho expiration of the ne...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 April 1840

1 Fran the Connecticut Courant. DIALOGUE BETWEEN THE -LABORER & EX'SENATOR, (NILES.) Continued. Laborer. Sinco our Inst conversation, Mr. Senator, 1 have been afraid, really, thn wo are going to have tathor too much ol a gooa wing. 'Senator. How fo. neichbor. laborer. Why, you proved to me tJint it wns a good thing to have the price of lubor reduced that is, you told mo tho leaders of the party said so, that they nre always nguu Now, tho price of labor is so much reduced, that I can not get work enough oven to earn my bread and it is just so with a great many other folks in our town. Now is'nt this too much of a good thing? Senator. Oh these chances nhvay come a little hard nt first but there's this about it, they don't work well for the "Whigs. Have you read Mr. Calhoun's aoeech ? he proves very clearly how the thine will work. Laborer. Yes. I have. Is this the same Mr. Calhoun who abused General Jackson so much, and who was called Catalineofthc Senate? Senator. Yes I rather th...

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

VERMONT PHflGWIX. VOL. VI. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. AFllII, if, 1840 NO. 33 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORK1KO, BY WM. 12. ItYTHEK. ..Advertisements, conspicuously inserted at 61,00 per square for 3 insertions, and 20 cents 'for each subsequent insertion. Less than a square 75 cents for 3 insertions, and 12 1-2 ents for each subsequent insertion. from the Now' York Mirror. TirEXEGEND OF .HASTINGS CUFF. I can't say how long since tho fads I'm about telling ye took place; but that dosen't .signify. It so happened once upon a time, that one of the loveliest ladies in England, called Agnes M'Caire, lived in nn old man-.or-houso not far from tho sea shore. She was the heiress of a very rich old colonel, who had passed the .best part of his life in India, and with age and hard service whs upon tho verge of his .earth, when his daught er captivated as it is called by the.gentry n neighboring gentleman, u fine, young, handsome fox hunter. Frederick Caton dor for that was his name loved Miss M'Cairc as ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 April 1840

VEKMOWT FIMEIYIX. Frldny, April IT, 1840. Vonuc Men's Whls Association of Brnttlc boro. Nnltcet hertbv citcn that there will be a meeting, of this Association, at IJ heeler's Hall on Monduy Evening the 20m mst., commenc ing at 7 o'clock. Addresses, Songs, Glees fc.maybe expect td front the members. JEj- Gentlemen from the neighboring towns are incited to attend. Per order of the Directors, 1VM. W. FESSES'DEN, Sec'ry. CONNECTICUT ELECTION. DI Wc bad only space in nur last paper for n postscript, announcing in general terms the result of the Election in this State. It has proved n signal triumph. The Van Burcn party have 'been completely routed, and did wc not'know the nature of the fop which the" Whigs have to encounter, should conclude that after such a defeat they would not again attempt to rally ; but wc cannot be mistaken in this respect; we have abundant evidence, ercn in our own State that the parly will persist to the last, right or wrong in their efforts to support a tarty an...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 April 1840

,.H JJ!l HI.1 POSTSCRIPT. llAttlilSON AG AM VICTORIOUS, "STOP THAI BALIt." Uarrisonmajority in the City one thousand six hundttd and sixty three I i.VA i.nvi int rwfMffn.t th mfitm. nt ihn Election In the City of Cincinnati. It, h of the most cheering kind. THE HARRISON Tn-rr.n a mtnTrnm i . n i DEMOCRAT C TICKET has prevailed I In every ara o, .ne wy, . icurv m wnpiwn of the Constable in the third tturd.) Last Pctobcr, says the Cincinnati Republican, "the Harrison majority in, the city was 784 Gin ral Harrison was nominated by the Harris- any of tho great northern lakes or the wn burgh Convention on the 4th of December and ters connected therewith; and, nlso, what now In the short space orfotir months we have preparations, if any, have been made by this increased that majority 01511 The result of Government to tho United States, and espo- this Election is such as to satisfy the most seen- tical, that the Sun of Van Burcn is set." the meeting of the "Iouno Mkn'b Assocu- I tiOiV on M...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 April 1840

tiin, tfamtttfi KinAnfu lo n IruAH A JiirfM. About two or three years since, H i'ounjr lraltmnn, named John Hanlcy, of Vesiwctnblo parents, emigrated to Cincinnati, Ohio, .with his wife, whom hu lind married for love, against his fothor'a wishes, which was tliu causa of his leaving his country. Soma, short ttmo alter, Uatiley, 'who had kept n small store in Cincinnati, heard of the tlenth of his father, who wtis n man ol much 'property, Haunj alio been informed thai lie would thereby come into a comfortable independence, ha sold out every thtiig and embarked with his wife for Ireland. On Arriving1 there, what was hia sad disappoint ment to learn that Ik was left fiva pounds, or in other words disinherited. Ho immedi ately raised n small sum of money to pay his passage and that ol his wire, and returned to Cincinnati, where the wile, who was an ac sowplislivd and interesting woman, endeav ored to obtain a livelihood for her husband by teaching music. General Harrison hav ingheaH of t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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