ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 26,120 items from Burlington Weekly Free Press, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
26,120 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 October 1868

Life's Rose. BT ALICE CASET. When the morning first uncloses. And leforo the mists arc gone, AU the hills ?ocm bright with iw, Just a little farther ou ! Romt red ai wings of starling. And with diamond dew-drops wet: Wait, says Patience, "wait, my dirling"- Vta.it a litUe longer jet ! So with eager, upturned faces, V ait the children for the hours That shall bring them to tbe pUcep Of the tantalizing flowers. u nd with wonder, tweet with fiwueo, Vexed witli only fleeting fears the broader daj advances n I the twilight disappears. Hi' 'eSn to clutch at pot-ies, (tp- to flash with new delight, rose, oh ! the roses, Burning, Washing, fall in sight p with bosoms softly besting, IK-irt in heart and band in hand, . ah- and maids together meetirw; Crowd the flowery harvest land. Nor a thought of rainy weather, Noi of tboniMo sting and grieve, (lather, gather, gather, gather, All the care i what to leave Nfii U afternoon advances, Hj red gn - russet brown ; $ad V- turn to backward glance, S...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 October 1868

he $m firess. ;;:'iUX(.T.ix. Friday jctober ao. c. BLWEDICT. Eoirou. tjii: daily i ni:n rnnss. riorum? and Kicnin? KJilion-, Tfce Pan Fkim will bmatut he u-blUl-a everT a, rains; ixl every eve-Ins, Sradeys excepted, lj 'he Paer. Parss Asaocunov, at o. 6 tvollege M- nJTi.tiMULwa wilt nuitaln thr full tllemasklt Arm tMKll AtnctMei ''"" full and late news of U matters of Interest in erraont and the Lv Oluu-aptain Valley . the latest Stack an-1 ether sinus of all important events oorarnm; In the politi cal tnainUl, literary and rMiirlous worms, uwui tarnish tu suliaerrhers with twelve hours later news t ban they ean obtain from the New York and Boston passrf , anl wui ne mm w u THE DEST AJiD CHEArEST DAILY puMuhed In Vermont or Xorth-Eastero New York, raicc Dollars per anmtm. in adranee.J Tin: wccki.v riti:r:;i'ur.ss . .,! ,1I,mI crvV. -An v raorninff-. OD a larre tktrtw .it rotum folio sheet, (rivlnc. a very groat amount am! variety or readta' matter full ennnnt ne" . hue repot U of th...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 October 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1868. Reported for the Free rms. Jlclcorologlcnl Itcrord. l '-. . LongTSC.lOs Elevation above tide - ti' t abor i ske Chamrdain sn feet 0. TiSES TmsD Wiek IS6S. , ,!l HV METER B1ROM. WIKD. Z (mean)? a.b.-J p u.9i.il. - . ".OT " .HI " .85 " .M " .76 ".78 S MV sw sw s NW NW S N NW bK .s NW sv s 51V NW sw NW N N u'tnperature, 40.7I. ui tie. . r snow on the ITtbai i' Tuesday. list. See that your name , on the Vt. Central II. K., natned .. ii of NorthfieU, caught his arm . nrs at Essex Junction earij Fri- and received sever injuries. Ii a. of this city, haul his right foot i I - fractured by the filling of a der ii.i Kutl.ind railroad wharf on Friday He wk- in the employ of L. Dames ,,uf,,r I'reskleBtial 1 lectors will :. ' m,. ih. weak throughout the State I!, ml !k-an State Committee. The Kepo i.v i, oiumitteea should see to it that per hands, on election day, and i- hot for Grant and Colfax, tor iitled billot. tm, ril of Mr....

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 October 1868

Jn SnrirnltoaL For U.r free Press. 3Ianure. V at manure heap has; been, not inaptly, styled the fenucr'n nnnTS Lank. and it iethe wrw , , , , , Jaetei Mos of all tuccsesiul fannm!;. Id "i("i'jJjJJJ',wm'lwinall new caoatiies, the earlier t!DJrohtteTirsin soil. tempted hvtoexulier- .''iTMC'aitjfiatBralk fell into the ''"'tebit of i-rapping jritboot manure, and the i itabri bavin? been onoe acquired, they could -sr w.-is i,? - not break loo: from it A raecmdiue ta .-ratfati .r,- rk.t kW 7ri-I"Trrr"o -.- vcan VeiMsying ctot, are awaking to the ,i .-a iiDrtaBC? f busbaudiag all their lunnurisU lZ -urcjgg, jet a wt majoritv of Verm mt , V fnnerB U the necessary labor for jiruduc- iofull' cn, and tben aenpt half crop for v Rnt skill and knowledge in regard to , . , , , aiimeot reqeired b. the fall develop - - uaetf the growic- plant. , A eufl may lave been naturally deficient in ftntfnt rfements or may hae liad an element , . , P esfkau'ited by eicetwve cropr,iijp. Thew, in laar rastanoe, ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 November 1868

BtUrt UlisrrHanji. Ilirge of hummer. ! ii ' arms of Autuimi lying, i , i ng iers around her sighing, r4Vim- sck and sad is dying. ik more shall she be wen, 1 t m evening's deep serene, i i garlands white and green. -1 iior in a winding sheet, of all blossoms meet, - -he shroud of maiden sweet , n nse and lily white had f test and bright, , 1 vanished from the light ! ultima's ralest flowers, utumn's softest (bowers . v , to her leases ijowers. t winter's iey gloom, 1 as in a tomb ; n- shall shroud her bloom t- 1 .lo on, but not forever ; i bat seasons, never ; hams of winter sever, j -1 ill wake her up again, , 1 1 -r forth to hill and plain, - wiling hearts to reign. From Chambers' 6 Journal, i Tl.sTlVt. A LOVKIl. j . La, aged twenty, the only child of Sir ua and lady Sniffles of Ulubluddy Park, . Ik. h.umg written to her quondam &ebool ,. m.j lMm-frien4, Julia Coutsher, two - 1 1 - - n I- r. wife uf a doctor with an cx . . j nu TUT in Halifax, Yorkuhire, and , - 4 n Lit !y fou...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 November 1868

THE . -r tt -nfTJl? I tZ I M I I BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNINCr, u v x-iux. w, a. www. for the 1 i't t years, mh! hitherto to have been sufficient. Penalties have net been needed ia order to secure a very genera, almost univer sal, compliance with tbe recommend ttiorr of tbe I Board. If tbe books of which they see fit to ad vise the uc are such as to commend thcmselres ' to superintendents ami teacher?, tty will be found in nearly all our public schools. Tbey will ' J hate a decided adrantageover otherbooks, being 1 supported not only bj their own merits, but by tbe exclusive comnwndation of the learned gea- The fata Press wltl hereafter be published ov ery I ilemea who are charges! with the supervisicn or V,SSlSirS:caCSv tbeelueational iu ot the state. Their iu flurlintton, Vu . dividual reputation as scholars and educators. in. ia ly rl Iton will eonxain in... frirgrrmic - ,v,.i,irrV..st linnl .v. RifJu . ut js,t,i '., full and late , andiheircollectiteauthontyastheh...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 November 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6 , 18 68. VEHMO.VT. AUDKOX COUXTT. H il-jr of Vergennes lias sold his intcr , -ii mufictory cf hubs to Strong & Ko&s u-locsring to Mr. KvanJ. ltobert., . v , Kenning frightened, ran, tnrow- . v K. l-eits and generally drmolishing ' , h.-tuuM I -stow-ed. ! v. r i dps Lyceum is very popular, and On Thursday night the qucs- ilie reading of etandartl works of "u 1'i-couraged, was dtcasaed with , re belonging to a firmer in Vermont, bitteo on the I ' i rattlesnake, and died in fifty .gony. me reptile was tramti . the bore in h roarings and ;ictite. IWINUTOS COCMT. i Ii.u heep in Vownal last week. , , -...ning in Bennington Co., to sliip L .'. cent- a bushel litiiert Cher factory hae sold all -i .ii a lot at 10 1-1 cent, i 1, i plar Lodge with SO members, 1 in B-nuingtcn last week. Vio-tjui- Ward. aeed 7. Mr. Joseph ii.il s, an 1 Miss J. F. Grant, aged .' hc recently m Sunderland. unft-renre .f n apple, raised by Mr. A, .....

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 November 1868

JkflBCuHaral. T ji -: rea-ilsl. twaeele for tbe f.itatoe - ' i-1- jibuiMlia unBUo nut aitscMii lp i.r Tim- (nkMlrietr wsAior ha w' -.W- tfc-T 3d. h will be time l- . .1 ii . raised otertwi . f S . '.-i.1! seedlings i t .."' l i urn- ii t f rotten potato ii. t e I . wlule lln and Jackson?, j'Untod in i' e nine field, ami cultivated tlie nane wnv. were more or lei- diseased. Co7 tr'nnim in.::M i it'u,-iT William Otis, a leoa met t Imiucr ijdin in Gate, about . ii ilc tN.i-t f l?u 'iceter, X. Y., set i'jir !.!- i-ii-.ii. a itl. i.t jrmund containing sete unr" nidi- fur an cperuueot in wheat maii'Z 'liir wlieut embraced four Tarie-tiee- t .1'if iniia, Diehl. Sxilee, and a hearl d ... nuic n t Uuvrn. It was planted by lians ui thill, and ne it came up the plant wen- i Twi tn six inchc a.irt. The YVin-:-jc l.i!. i t'.i Ciilif-irnia cleaii '"it. but the itLr v iiti-tice jrri-u :i:.l rijciiii1 ery well. j ' .i 1-i fruui ti'Cht Ktcn r .c '! gruund wavtu 'uhliek. or at the rati nl i' bushels ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 November 1868

riccf Psrrlhnij. The J'et. Tn j is the IWV where the slept inly year It- 1 1 , t, .uid carelally swept, B n Is and curtains lite snow. There by the bed in the dusky gloom, hc would kneel with her tiny clasped hands and pray ! II, -t is the little white rose of a room, With the frajrrancs fled sway ! Ni' 'r grandfather's pet, A :1, her ise little face j , i, hear her yet s i - z about the place ; . .1,, ,krads roll on, and the streets are drear, y ! ; o world seems hard with a bitter Joom, , i- singing elsewhere and here 'e white rose of a room, . -tood just there, , , .-ed to do, :,g light yellow hair, ,'ejesofblue 1,1 -ay, at the edge of the bed, - ,-i tr niv side with a liring touch, r - I know Mie be quiet, ami buried and dead, .'d nut wonder much ; V was h young you know :ii viu years old, i he l,.ed me, kreed me so. Hi ugli I wan grey and cold ; 1 h, r fact- was so wise, ana w nra w Eec, nl itsi.1' looked living when she lay dead, An i '.e n-ed 1 plad for mother ami rae 1! i i,...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 November 1868

BITitLlXGTO.V. raiUAY XOVEMBEU 13. G. 3. BENEDICT. Editok. Which Tartv IVon Ihc Victory ! The Springfield ItcpMiemn nukes haste, upon the first announcement of Gen Grunt's election, to declare that it is " not a triumph of the re publican party as an organization;" ani that, no mere does it girc that party, as an organi zation, a new lease of power." These bright ileas are elaborated in a column leader. We do not suppose that the article really ex presses the sincere convictions of the editors of that piper. It only means that the Republican is t. ry fully aware that it has many democrats anij.ig its subseriter-, w h'mx it desires to please; and the republicai.s ling sufficiently dtlighteJ with the vi tory, if it can say something to make its democratic fnen Is feel good also, or assuage in Mime di' n-f-e their eh sirrin. all riul.L It W all rigiit, if there are no principles iuii lie! ia -ni 1'iisines; if pri-si letitial elections ire i-rdy the rrjinrj of numrprriinrnl jnint- lln t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 November 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 18G8. lterwrted for the Fbee Press. Jlt'tcoroloplcal Kccord. I,t ii- -" too573.Ifl: Hcratlon atwvs tkle r J-.Tfcet, abof jUVoChampUinSTfcet. SoVEXEKR FlEST WEEK 18. TBrHMOMETEE BAIWM. WIV&S I - A v .' r.M.,8 p.. (moan) 7 A.J...S P.M. A.v.l-j i , W i 29J7 . N"W 32 - JU N an t j n m "ill sir 39 " .40 ) S N N N NW xw xw N X 10 Sff 10 S I 5 N SW 10 1V 1 6 S 1 J I 31 " .76 N 11 ttmperatnre, 34.19. twrometer, 29.63 nahes. inches. . m Maukct. The prices of butter Uwljy r. ni 4"c. to 47c. per pound. Afewex- -w we loarn, brought teu cents more. The , i luiight to town was not large, owing, m.-uuic, to the bad condition of the 1-oa.ls l'nii rnrn(, 10r. urn t ? chances for re-election are considered m this portion of Vermont, that is, if itniws '1" whuh way the wind blows."' , a ute cart at the City High School on elect- .. : . ,1 A 1 j. , Lieul IVctS eectiaa of artillery fired a salute rf i,n- Imnlrid juns on tise vacant lot op...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 November 1868

THE BUELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13 1868. (jriculhiral. American Cattle; Tunc Histokt, Bkeedimj RREroiMi and Maxaceheit. By Lewis F. lien, late Superintendent of lhe Xcw Vork Stac Agricultural Soc'ctv, LMitor American Short li ro Herd Bool;, Sc , Sc. New York, TV.ntor Brothers & Co. "While we h 11 e tad in the past any number cf Enplisli publications on the Bovine race, there 1 a teen a sad" deficiency of American ; ami jcrons engaged in the business of breeding cat tle, or about to interest themselves in it have searched in vain for a reliaUe work on the stib ject. In commendation of the work before us it aoald be quite enough to say to a very Urge class of renders that it ha been prepared by Lewis F. Allen, bat anotherand probably a larg- ordass.inisnoraneeof the peculiar fitness of send circular free of exi"ej v nPt of the Cni 1 i r.ir nee. and seeour terms, ion the author fir his work, would hardly accept tha' as a sufficient rotvommendation. A third...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 November 1868

The Ll?ht nt Home. The light at home how bright it Vain M ma evening shades around ns fall tnd from the lattice far it gleams. To love, and rest, and comfort al , When wearied with the toils ofdiy. And strife for glory, gold, or fame, Uow sweet to seek the quiet way, Where loving lips will lisp our nime, Around the light at home ' When through the dark and stormy night. The wayward wanderer homeward Hie, w cheering is that twinkling light, vrhich through the forest gloom he spies ! ift'ie light of home. He feels fltat loving hearts will greet hnn there, 22 Mfelr through his bosom steals re ...y and lore that banish care round the light at borne. n ,t at home how still awl tweet ps from yonder cottage door, - wciry latiorer to greet, 1 fti the r n;h toUs of day are o'er ! H1i - lhe soul that does not know 1h, Ues'in,.- that the beams impart, p . Vheerful h.ipes and joys that flow, Ki 1 lighten up the beariest heart Around the light at home. Little content and the Crnmliletoninn-i ' I...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 November 1868

the BUELINGTON." VT., "fREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORXIXG, NOVEMBER AO, 1B08. It J Jit rcss. IIU il-INGTON. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20. G. J. BEXEMCT. Eii7otL hlen fir soundness ! juJg.uf.it, fm ili.i:uuSli p.se them all to hue "personal" grievances ad discriminating !c,ril hnowMge, fur a deeply Nor can we conceit c that they haxc all been iMtJfcrorfrec inslitutsms, and an abhor- bonght np by publishers. Wc prefer to bc rmocef ctcirtting which could impede their , licve that they have opinions of their own ; ami procitt's, and who also comb.iwl witn taree oo uivv ..jj.jU..j ....... j...;, Mote nboul Ceozrnphic.. Tac statute of 1S.3H requires the Hoard of 11 ucatian "to r before July 1, lSfiT," "to select a list of jjuah grata man-, geographies, arithme tics, histories of tb s Sat-, and of the United Stated, MIoJOph-5, algebra. readers and fel ler, wet exseediag one ly-uk of a kind in each brneh, as thpy sbaU derm best suited for in .tractjoti and use in the distriet schooL. of the rotate; and decli...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 November 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 18G8. ltd with Sir Stndcrson, meets fullj tie ,,e opinions expectations concerning liis fit . , . p. .-ition; and that Miss Ilonolict . t. t uureh sustain their desenedly high I utatM.tis .1 teachers in their rcsprctite ue- i'i it.i- , , -i 1e, t Angello address to me nuuwu . nearly as large as the otlier, it can uo rooveu uy i ncniii;- is spoken of on every hand a? an ordinary man. The "Green Mountain , , ,,. j,L. nli n,i . Giant," in YYliitingliam, which weighs some , ni practical, replete wi h 3,600 W. is the onlj boulder in the State that , , counsel such as hie youthful Hearers ( ran with these. ; -,..u forget. The President is doing a ik for the University ami the caue of : by there 4 talks," as ke inolwtlj ' . .-fforts on such boeaauntsaa ibife. It is ;H'd that be will continue ihetn. ! i - r recently aUu4l to thfe pcliool , iittrnden County Institotc." That 1 -opped several rears ago and " 1- gubetUuted. 1 ( cx iu...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 November 1868

4 ' 1 Sriculiurnl. Fcr Ihe lrc Prw. l.on- ool v. I imp Wool Miecp. gn.winj; lma lttHirafiu.Ue in Vermont, tuxi wWu e ake a ctrvlul wnej 'f ifcc State e fiuU ifcwt lb firmer?. b(. lUruugh every i-utugeot tHriff, aiil Uopite the cnwViugs of ttixt eUft Mho are iwij kxAing far the tJ of 4I1 g"lf hue rieruteiitlj -tuck tu ami have juJm:.juIj improved their .luckt haie made ai much nmxrj aad mode it . - iis aii3 other of fAiinvtv. Nr ! .e now we anj justi tkuLnfvr the rimr tint is h weeping the Sute of p ji this fail, -iisa trait of the Van Lee character that Wa busine u a little ilall, ai niMtiter a little iixtly, all rush u fast a iuMble into the letter l.UMnew until that to Intught down below the l-vel jf that vhtch the-ab-uxloueJ ti. enter it. vsheu back they pi again when atH.ther ruth. e know fanners who have changed from ebeep to dairy , aud from diiry to sheep as often as voce in five or six yean all their lives, and are setting !?ef cr and deeper in debt with every change. Just n...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 November 1868

XTEWEE PRESS EXTRA Noyeinber 27, 1808. afatos of D-cniiont, iuuual .Mention, A. I. ISsW- Hie .and j "t. . ji .i vi-rr sheets prepared lor that purpose, and bhall jVWcr -W. --s n(iv(fein'0'y .safely keep such transcript, together with S ,tr lor puUicalton in the neicspaprn. 0f votCT l,crcin named, until 1 su;h time as they shall be called for hy the .t rcul.itin- the choice of septennial; respective committees appointed by the Gen r " Si r n,r I era! Assembly to canvass votes for tho before . . rnactedbvthe Gcnrrcl .KsseiMy - ol Yirmint li .wm officers in each town and citv .. ate. w hose duty it is made by existing warn freemen's meeting in their towns and cities, are required, at j 1 1. Jats before the last W cdncsday I I 1S09. towarn a meeting of , ut their ros pective towns and I . held at the usoal place of bold-1 , , n's meetings in such towns and 1 , i ,. 1 i-t Wednesday in March. A. I . at T" o'clock in the afternoon, to 1 t ,o,r votes tor thirteen persons wnom u4 choose for ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 November 1868

rt sk; EXCEL ed ar tbe best Teaches!, Thb Brar Scbool., Tbe Best Co.xsebvatoeie. livcrod but shall be interred in the nsnal t twenty-two of tbo Genera Statutes Is here- raanner of burying the dead ; provided, fur-' by amended so as to read : "The time, not to tner, that no compensation snail be de-1 exceed two days, actoallj spent oj onyicacn manded or rcceired by said sheriff for sueh er of o common school, in attendance upon Ivody so delivered, under a penalty of fivo tho Teachers' Institute, held pursuant to times the amount received for said body. , law, during the time for which such teacher bzc. Z. ibis act shall take ehect lrom its i is engaged to teach such school, mi.ih do con- passage. eiuered as time lawfully expended by sucn Approved, November 10, 1SG3. , teacher in tho service of the district by . - t which he is employed, and in the legitimate jvet to cnauie owners 01 uoa to urain performance or bis eontniot as teacher. .... th? 83m0' i Sec. 2. This act shall take effe...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 November 1868

Memoir ofllon. Jacob Collnmer. ' ' . ' c ii.nht lltiioi lral Si , .r.orof i.'s Th:rti(Ui .Jim..- n .VijOTBtoiirn' Hill at Mont: ,,i , ,nrnxK,,Ott. 20, IW.fc .1 IUIlRl.Tr. Ijaditt and Otntlui- urn me oiaciai announceiucmvi ntmlnt t. ' tue present Bcmre ucmi;ih.u '. j' nn n.ojry, I Fee that the published r,, . n iii'-f oi this meeting announces me n A ilnrrss on the lire and rerucesof II ,ii.' Collamer." I hence infer that a , ir ', rather than an rvlojK service will 1 , ti r answer the proprieties , and meet tatinns or this occasion. And this vtK tn1 so. Tor Kulogy found lreeexprcs- - ii eljquent and adequate tongues in - 1'iat liad been honored by the pre i services of the illustrious dead, tear of present grief was dimming id moistening tlieclueks of his sur iw senatore and statesmen . 1 1 was - e l'! hy the many tongued press , i ni'.n It wasvrortbiljandtouching . -i ll in t'.oe legislative halls hy those pic utterance to tiie deep their lull;, eniinem-e o.. wnu 10 ine .uria tj. ....

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 November 1868

hi- xn mm. Ji. '.U.uTvX. FEIDAY XOVEMBEE 27 li. 0. BSXEWCT. Cditos. THE UAILV VHKC i'liEs..-. .Horning and llreniur i.ditions. The Fats Paxss will hereafter t tiaslLihes every .ra.o and ever evening, suodaja eawpteO, by r.L I'aas Aitdi lanos al u. cCollseSit, ur. u-toa, t. rii. fully &ltttuo will contain Ue.7t,awt" .. R'-rn J r. Afaii irf . full ail late .cmi. i all uialbsraiil lateral in Vvriauot and tae . I isaipla'.ii Valh-J ; tire lalsl SUxk ani i4bK rkrt deports ; and Ire iMoUlswc and dweu ...u .4 all luipurtaEl .v.uts wxurna,; in the uulru .i, u.mia1. literary and religious world. It mil urn tuhsorinen with twelve bvura later news i.i Ihcv can obtain fnrfa the Nt. I ork and Boslin papers, and will Lefowal ta be THE BEST AM) CIIE-VPEsT DAILV atl liad In Vermont or North-Eastern ew York, rarct Eljht Dollars per annate. In advance, rni: WKi'.KhY rr.cn i'kkss pu'.lirlied every i-.jdsytooruiic, on a larjra thing lelio an, divine a very great amooot mi t . .nrty f reading matter...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
x
Loading...
x
x