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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 November 1838

NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAIt BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. THE CAUSE. We learn from gentlemen who attended ' the contention at Cambridge, that consid ering the bad state of the weather, it was well attended and that the best feeling prevailed. All were animated with the de. eiro to sustain the republican doctrine of the party. Thcro can be no doubt of the fact assumed in the address that wo have ten thousand voters in the district. Wo hove more than three hundred thousand souls in the state, and this will give us moro than sixty thousand in this district, and if one of six am voters, it will give ten thousand votes. The V. Burcn parly have called out their strength, for they never stay away, and if so. we have more than twelve hun dred majority. Messrs. Allen and Briggs attended, and both addressed the conven tion urging that all should go for the great -cuse of the country, and joined cordially in the nomination of Judge Rovcb. Mr. .Allen's speech is said to have been or a ...

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. — 9 November 1838

FRIDAY MOItNINC, NOVUM CR 9 FOR CONGRESS. HEMAN ALLEN. E L E C T I O NONr U ESUA Y NEXT. Wo publish to-day tho proceedings ol he convention at Cambridge, and also the r letter of Judge Royco, declining the nom ination thcrc'madc. The late day at which the Judge's determination is made known, leaves little room for consultation with dif. fcrcnt parts of the district ; but wc ore ro joiccd to find the best possible spirit pre vailing, so far os wc have information, and Hie emergency seems to have infused into whigs generally a life and spirit llicy did not before posse??. Simultaneously with the receipt of Judge Royee's letter, com munications were received from our friends in Franklin County, announcing the fact, nnd expressing a determination among tho whigs in that county to poll the entire vote for our well-tried and trustry friond IIeman .Am.en-. A public meeting was thereupon called at Howard'?, and niter a free consul tation, it was unanimously rcsolvrd to sec ond the nominatio...

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. — 9 November 1838

m AR it ie d I In Willislon.on the4ililnM. by John BatesEfq. Mr Jasper Ajcrs of VVmcrbury, to Mus Molina r; nf (tin fnrmpr nlace. On Monday morning 29ili Oct. by Rfev. W. Colion U. 8. Nnvy. John Glccfon.to Mary Ann Urlnstnaid, both of New York City. DIED. ' In ihistown.on Mondnv evening lnst,of consiimp. tion, Mrs. IUcIipI T. wife of Mr. Geo. A. Shop herd, formerly of New Haven. N. II. nged 26 year. Printers in Mats, arc requested to notice the nliovo. A SHOP KEY LOST Inquire nt this office. PAJVGBOUN'S CABINET WARE HOUSE, (Court House bouare,) BURLINGTON, Vt. D. K. PANGBOUN, Cabinet, Sofa and Mahogany chair Maker. Journeyman Cabinet Maker. A pood workman at common work will find a Rood job for the winter by an immediate application nt PANGBORNS. t)nc wha wishes a chnnco for further i provement will find this a good ono. Burtiuglnn. Nov. 5. MAHOGANY. A "nod assortment of shaded and crotch J Veneers, Folccled with particular rol srsnce lo the cabinet business in this quar ..tar, may ...

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. — 9 November 1838

NEW GOODS. HM. GIDDINGS oilers his usual . Mipply of GOODS. Poor I circuit, October 30, 1830. NEW STORE A n ; CJIDNEY HARLOW lion received most 3 kinds of GOODS usually kept (except t ho great western) at Ins store at Winuos ki Village, and will be pleased to see friptids ond cntniners. Winooski Village. Nov. 1st, 1038. New Book's? New Books? rTflUE subscriber has just received many JL lutu publications, to whicli lie wouiu call the nttention of tlio public, Guiznt's History of civilization, J)u Tocnueville's Democracy in America Incidents of Travel's in Greece, Turkey, Russia & Pnlnnd,bv the authorof travels in Egypt, Arnbiu. Petroca and the holy laud. Poetry of travelling, by Caroline Gilmon Cromwell, a historical novel, 2 vols, by the author of I In1 Brothers. Corintie. or Iiuly (by Mad. Do Stael,) in .MlgllllSl). Life and Times of Whitcficld, by Phillip, Medhnrsl's History of China, The Young Mother, Young Wife and Young Housekeeper, by Dr Alcott. Parley's Fireside Education...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 November 1838

NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAR HUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1838. STATE OF VERMONT, ) Dt-TltlCT Op CHITTENDEN, SS. t Probate Court, liolden ni Burling j Ion within and for tho District ol Cliittc.'"'011 nlorceaid, on the 5th day ol November, A. 1) 10311. Preset), 'I'0 "m Clinn. Rufsell, Judge. An iriPtriimC'i'- purporting i bo tho last will nnd tcslam;' r Eh Thayer. Into ol Sl.clb.irnc, insnio n.t", deceased, being presented lo the lu'1 licrc' fLV """ Hall, the executor therein "n.",C(1 1" bale, it is ordered by saio' ,hnl n" persons concerned therein, b-. n,',l,ncil lo nppear at n session of said Cm.'rt Ul' holden al the Register's office in lien ! "S inn alorpsaid, on the second WednesdaV o December. A. D. 1838, and shew cause, if any they may liavu against the probate of said Will, for whicl purpose it I further ordered that o cony of the record of this order he published ihrne weeks successive ly, in the Free Press, printed at Burlington. os soon ns may...

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. — 16 November 1838

NEW-YORK From I lie New.York Courier & L'niiirer. GREAT AND GLORIOUS VICTORY! "Wo havo met the enemy nritl they arc otirs." Now York was called upon to save the country and promptly, fearlessly, and nobly has she done her duly! Her sietor States invoked her to conto to i lie rescue slic hoard, and bho obeyed! Van Burenism lies prostrate in tho dust Toryism stands rebuked Loco luicmsm, Agrariamsm, and tlio buo-Treasuri, together with all cxner imentt upon tho currency aro prostrated, never again to raise their hideous heads and threaten tho subversion of our free institutions! Against tho entire monicd force of the Government against fraud and corruption in every form they could assume and against the People's money employed to enslnvo the People, have the Whigs of New York contended and tri umphcil. For three days havo wo met the enemy at the rolls: and tho three days in Paris in 1030, worn not more signally destructive to the while flag of the four bons, than has been our three...

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. — 16 November 1838

ADVERTISEMENT. WE return thanks to our numcrniu friends and customers for their con tinued custom at the Variety Shop s which assures us that our unremitting exertions to procure every articlo called for, our con slant caro to keep our assortment at all times good, and our uncoasing efforts to procure, new, rare, fashionable and good Goods, arc duly appreciated. Wo have just returned from Now York having spent eleven days in the city, selecting our Fall and Winter assortment of Goods, with great care, from many good and large as. sortmont in various parts of that great Em. porium. Wo arc frco to say that wo never purchased goods to so good advantage and never before had so pood an assortment. Ladies and Gentleman from town or coun try cannot fail of finding some Goods in our Shop, to please their fancy or supply their wants. We arc now opening somo of the best Gold Patent Lever Watches, extra nnd full jewelled, some with gold and onamelled caps. Gold Levers onti Lepines with Gold an...

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. — 16 November 1838

araw goods. HM. GIDDINGS oners li is usunl . fiUpply nl GOODS. I'pmI tfccl. Oninlx'r !30, 1838. ' jjnisw STOKE A N I) SIDNEY HARLOW Iioh received moot kinds of GOODS tn-uolly kept (cx:cH I he p'enl western) nt Ills' sloro at Winons ki Village, and will bo pleased to see friends nnd cuiomors. Winooski Village, Nov. 1st, 1B38. New Boohs? New Boohs? T II Fi subscriber hosjusi received many late publical ions, to which lio would cn II the nliention ol t ho public, Guiznt's History nl' civilization, Do Tocquevillo's Democracy in America, Incidents of Travel' in Greeco, Turkey, Russia &. Poland, bv I ho author of travels in Egypt, Arabia. I'etraca and the holy land. Poetry of t rnvrjllinjr, by Caroline Gilman. Cromwell, a historical novel, 2 vols, by the author of the Brothers. Corinne. or Italy (by Mad. Dc Stncl,) in Englinsh. Life and Times oT Wliilcficld, by Phillip, Medhnrsl's History of China, Tho Young Mni her, Young Wife and Young Housekeeper, by Dr Alcolt. Parley's Fireside Ed...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 November 1838

NOT THE GLORY O F C JR S A 11 11 If T THE W E IFAI1E OF HO M E BY II. B. ST ACT. FRIDAY, NOVKMBEIi 23, 1838. VOL. XII No. 59C W,U NEWS. Lower Canada. Wo subjoin nil tho authen tic intelligence wo have been ablo to glean con cerning tho affairs of this Province sinco our last. On Tuesday a body of about sixty Patriots under one Mnlhist, from the district of Quebec, took up a position on tho mountain behind Ilou chorvillc, at tho mills belonging to Thcophilc Bruncuu, Advocate of Montreal. The next day, the Patriots learning from ono of their scouts, that a company of the GGth regiment was march ing in the neighborhood took flight. They left behind them threo pieces of artillery and about 300 stand of arms. On Tuesday about noon, ninety two Patriot? from Napicrvillc were marched into Montreal under a guard, and were safely lodged in prison. Among them them Morin, late Captain of the Eagle steamer, and his son. Twenty one pris oners wcro marched into town from Lachine on tho same day. A...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 November 1838

V U 1 1) A Y MORN I N (1, NOVEMBER 23 Urrr.a Caisaih. Wo refer tho n.ndor to our first page lor further part iculnrs of the movement nenr Present, lo which alio tsion was made last week. Subsequent in. formation leaves no rnmn lo doubt that this expedition has unfortunately resulted in tho entire discomfiture of the Patriots. Of those who joined tho patriot standard nt the mill, it is believed not one individual lins escaped; but tbry liavoleft ihcir marlc Tho royalists acknowledge n loss ol forty' fivo in killed and wounded, while tho entire forcooftlio Patriots could not liavo ex cceded 120 men, of whom it is said CO were slain. Thev maintained their position ngniust fearful mid, with tho utmost bra very, until Thursday when, by tho aid of Jong c'gMoony, the royalists were enabled to batter their pn-i:inn without coming williin reach of their rifles and email pieces. We copy the following from an ofiicial des patch in tho Montreal Courier. "I r.imc down Iipip jpmpkI.iv from Kinjsi...

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. — 23 November 1838

f L' LL-!l:JL.! IRON & NAILS. Q Tons English Iron from 1 (o 0 inches. -''0(lo Swedes do 5 do Russia do 5 do Russia Nnil Rods, 25 do nssortod Round Iron, 10 do do Squaro do ft do Ilorso Slion do C do Homo and Scroll do 8 do Band Iron from 14 lo 1 inches, 2500 lbs. assorted Cast steel, 3000 do swedes do 3000 do spring do 1500 do gcrman do 500 do English Mislor do 2000 do Brazier's Rod?, 2500 do Hoop Iron ossortod, from J lo 1 inch, 300 pairs Sloigli and Cutler shoos, 1000 hctrs NaiU from 3 to GO penny, 200 do Brads do 0 to 20 do Nov. 22. J. it J. II. Pr.cK &. Co. Paints & Dye Stuffs. 10,000 lbs. Dry Whilo Lead, 100 Kegs iiround do do 15 barrels Whiting, fl do Venetian Red, 9 do French Yellow, G do American do 15 do Turpentine, Verdigris, French Grcon, Pumico Stone, 'tlue, Varnish, rose Pink, sand l'apcr, Bronze, uiold and Silver Leaf. 200 barrels campcachy Log Wood. 200 do St. Domingo, Log Wood, 300 do Fustic, 150 do Nicaragua. 75 do Cam Wood, 15 do Bar do 10 do Beach do 4...

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. — 23 November 1838

NEW AND IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. DR. PHELPS' COMl'OUX !) TOMATO PILLS, ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.J X NEW AND 1NVAI,UAIjI3 M 121)101 I'OU ALL DISEASES MUSING nio.M IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD, Slorbld Secretions of tlic lilVEK and STOMACH, ALSO A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL; Ai a Cathartic in KEV13HS and all 111 MO US AIH'LCTIOSS. Tiiesk popular Pills beinrj a combination of a newly discovered Alkaline substance, extracted from the TOMATO PLANT, with other vegetable substances which have been found to modify and diffuse its effects, are believed to be the best Alterative and Cathartic. Medicine ever discovered. They have been abundantly and success fully tried, and have received universal approbation for Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, JHlious Diseases, (I ravel, Rheumatism, Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Catarrh, Nerrous Diseases, Acid Stomachs, Glandular Swellings of all kinds, Costivencss, Colic, Headache, Sic, They menu antidote to Contagious and Epidemic diseases ; prevent the formation of Bilious and Li...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 November 1838

'xtt Jjlt NOT THE GLOIIY OF CMSAR B IT T THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B. ST ACT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1838. VOL. XII No. 597 AUTUMN. 0, Willi what gliiry rotnes and gnc llie year ! Thfi Inula of spring those lieatililul liai dingers Ofminiiy rklts mill cloudless limes enjoy Life's neiwiess, mill cm ill's liiuuiiuie epicail on I J And where the silier habit (if the clouds Comes dawn upon llie aimunn run, nnd, wild A sober gladness, llie old (ear lakes ii) His bright inheritance! nf golden units, A pomp mid pagennt fill the splendid scene. There is n beautiful epiiii biraihinc now Im mellowed richncs on the clustried trees, And, fiomii bleaker full of I idlest dyes, l'oiiring new gloi) on the Autumn wooili, And dipping in win in light llm pillared cloud. Morn, on I In; motiniiiin, like 11 rummer bin), Lifis up her purple wing ; and, in lite, vales, The genlle wind u sweet mid pii'siuinte wooer Kisses the liliirhiug leaf, unit slits up life Within llie solemn woods of nsh, decp-rritnsonc...

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. — 30 November 1838

r I1 11) A V M O UN I N (i, Novr.Mnnu 80 TI113 PROCLAMATION. Mr Van Huron's proulntnntiiiti i just what tit i rr f i r be expected, nndur I hu circnin -uianccs. Thu result of the New Votlt election lint' (satisfied liiin that hn has null) ing to hope from thu ninth, and ho is now bent on conciliating the south. The entire eouth, the north, ayo, nnd the government oo, contributed men. arms and tnonuy to effect the liberation of Texas, and now just os that important nppendage is nbout to secure thu preponderance of southern inflti flncc, t lie idea of new northern republic is looked upon with great jealousy. Mr. Van understands thi.5 and has taken his position with the south against the north. Ho expects not the electoral vote of New York or Vermont, and the election being over in the 4th district; he may with impunity bid lcfinnco to the "nefarious" sympathisers on the frontier. Aside from its political bearing, the doc. umont is exceptionable. It professes, to be merely advisory, an...

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. — 30 November 1838

REMOVAL. C5. HAYNHS HAS removed his Painting Establishment to Colln.jo.strcol, oast of tlio senate, where tlio business will bo carriod on as usual. PAVER HANGINGS. Just opuiicd and for salo a good assortment of Paper Hancinirs, of tlio newest French and American fashions. If Burlinglon, Nov. 30, 1030. Zl DISSOLUTION." 7 rjMlE co-partnership heretofore listing A under the firm of Mend & Hambliu, is this day by mutunl consent dissolved. Accounts with the firm will bo settled by II. Hamblin. LYMAN MEAD. HIRAM HAMBLIN. Burlinglon, Nov. 20, 1030. N. 15. The business will bo continued ns lierctoforc by by II. Hamblin. Delau is Dangerous ! ! T1H0SE in the town of Burlington who JL liavo omitted to pay their annual in stalment for insurance, can pay tho same at tho oflico of tlio subscriber until the 15th day of Dccombor next. After which time they will bo called on by tho treasurer at Montpc licr. J Johnson. Burlington, Nov. 2G, 1033. T1H GAPS, &3. a case American Oiler Cups, 1 1 ...

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. — 30 November 1838

Undeh Bkds. Would you have good under beds, constituted of ma-1 tcrials that will endure ? Then give 1 up the old notion ol filling them with j Btraw, which soon becomes wo:n , down to chaff, and requires replen ishing once or twice a year, and if you have not corn of your own, go to some neighbor's husking, and pre serve the inner husks of the corn for this purpose. The outer husks are a little too stiff ; but the inner ones arc soft and elastic when dried, and when once you have obtained enough of them to fdl the bed sack, dismiss all trouble about that bed for years, for it will last probably as long as you live. It is quite an object for a family to have all their beds filled in this manner. Beware of Loco Foco Matches. A boy was bringing into our room some parcels of these matches, when a bunch, wrapped in a paper, slipped from his hand, and fell on the carpet ; the friction occasioned by the fall instantly ignited the bundle. We doubt not but many recent fires have been caused...

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

cm NOT THE GLORY OF C H S A K BUT T II 13 WKLFAUE OF K O M H . BY H. B.STACY. FRIDAY, BECKMBEBS 7, 1838. VOL. XII No. 598 X.AWS Or VEHHIONT. An Act relating to the judiciary. It is hereby enacted, j-c. 1. The act, entitled ' an net relating to the judiciary," approved October 30th, 1837, is hereby repealed. 2. Four justices of the supreme court shall bo required to attend each term of said court, for the purpose of hearing and determining tho cases beforo said court. 3. The fourteenth section of an act entitled "an net in addition to an act entitled un act con. stituting tho supremo courts of judicature and county courts, defining their powers and regit, lating judicial proceedings,'1 passed November 18, 1834, is hereby repealed. 4. This act shall be in force, and tuko effect, from its passage. Approved, Nov. 5, 1838. An Act, in relation to judicial proceedings. It is hereby enacted, &c. 1. In all cases "where, by law, a writ of audita querela may bo granted on a judgment render...

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

KU1DAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7. HEADING KOOM. Wo find our 1 i a t of cxchango pnpcra in creasing so fast upon us, t hut unlcsa wc ctin in eomo wny render it productive, we shall bo under the necessity of materially redu cing it. Wo now receive weekly, sumo thing over one hundred papers, from all parte of tho Unitod Statco, including ten daily paper?, from Boston, Now York, Al bany, Buffalo, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, besides numerous periodical, literary and scientific works. To us per sonally, it would bu matter ot regret to part company with any of these interesting mes sengers, and as a citizen of Burlington, in terested in its prosperity and its lame, wc would much rather rxtond than diminish tho number.. Wo know of but ono way to accomplish this desirable end, and that is by means of a public reading room, where ell these and many other publications should be made directly available to all our towns, tpon, and at an expense loo trifling to talk about, in comparison wit...

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

AttlKRI SOF A. & MAI OCl'NY CUAIil Mnkrr, keeps on hand n aood n??oritnent of Shaded and Croich VENEERS, selected willi pellicular reference lo ilio cabinet unsincls in this quarter, i mi uiiuu it'" AXE HELVES. a rC D')Z- Patent Axo Helves, by ljyj J. &, J. II. PncK &. Co. ADVERTISEMENT. Atastely made, and neatly fitted neck Slock, one that U just the right width nnd length, neither too high, nor yet too low, but "just about right" is a desideratum, wlnnh is not overlooked or lichlly esteemed bv those who reenrd either comfort or clcrrancc in dress. To supply this vacuum nnd in obedience to the wishes of many of our customers who are Connoisseurs in these matters, we have for snmo time paBt knot n nrnttv rood assortment of good Stocks: it has neatly been the case, how ever, that we have not bought enough to last through the winter, and sometimes wo have not had thojo that were just long, or narrow, for short, or high enough, to Bull some customer, who liked a ooonriT. To...

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

u I)!-TniCT OP CII1TTKNHEN PS, The Honorable the Vrabnle Court for the District of Chittenden, to nil persons con cerned in the Estate of Edward Pope, laic of Burlington m said district. GnEETINO. liniKtlEAS. Samuel M. Pope, admin T istroior ofsaid licensed, Iin9 this day filed in said cnurt nn account nl his odium istrotion, nnd lias presented his account gainst said ctato for examination nnd nl lownnce; The courl aforesaid ootli assign tlic second Wednesday of December next for hearing raid nccnunt at thn office of llio Koffislcr of said court in said Iiurlingttin. Tiierki'iuik, Yon are hereby notified In nppcar before caul court nt the timo and place aforesaid, and shew cause, if any you have, why the nccnunt aforesaid should not bo allowed. Given under m bond nt Burlington, Ibis 22d day of November A. 1). lH3!i Wm WHSTON. Register. LYMAN & COJLIS HAVE received their Poll nnd Winlcr Goods, coti-iting of a very extensive nssnrtmcnl of .Mcrinrw. Caniblets, Lam bletcenc, Persian...

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