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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 December 1838

NOT T II F. ( LOItY 0 P O Ai S A II It ' T I' II K W K L P A UK O V K O M K . BY H. B. STACY. FEIBAY, rj'KCKMBKK 14, 1838. VOSi. XII No. 599 JPrcsidett ' 12essase. On Tuesday, -1th Dec.., tit 12 o'clock, tllO l'llllSIDKNT BCUl to bolll liollStS of Congress the following MESSAGE. novvor all tho subjects of cintrovorsy between us I mado lo carry lliom out in their growing otu of injuries to individuals. There is, Whether tlicy aro siilllcicnt or not to moot the iti present, also, reason to believe that nu (quita. actual state of things c n tliu Canada frontier, it b!o settlement of ull disputed points will liu nt. I is (or Coikjioss to decide, tallied without fin titer dillienliy or unnecessary J It will, appear fioin the correspondence here delay, and thus authorize the free resumption ol with subm tted, that the Government of Uussia, diplomatic intercourse with our happy Republic, j declines a renewal ofthe fourth article of the With respect to tlio northern boundary of the , cinvei...

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. — 14 December 1838

m & ? w .5? FRIDAY MORNING! DECEMBER 11 PENNSYIiVAMA. In another column llio ic.itlcr will gather ilio pnrlictil.trs of 11 sad stale tf tilings In I'cnnnylvnnln. Our last nccounla sl.vlo lli,it Ilia moU Hold itiulu. puled possoJsion of llio capital, lliicnlciling llic life ofevery whig member who ehould nttcmpt to niter for llio timituclion of business. This mob is headed by llio Inco foco leaders from l'hil.i delphla, among whom uro n largo mimbor of ciiMomdioii'c. nost-ofilco and other official. Governor Rimer had ordered out llio militia and several volunteer companies wcro to lcio Philadelphia on Saturd.iy. Wc cannot hut hopo ond leliove, however, that .iho riot will bo quailed without a resort to military force. Judge Blvthc. an influential member oftlie party, nuurcs boo tho mob on lha Oih, severely rebuking iheir proceedings, nnd di-chiriiij his conviction that no parly could, or ought lo prosper, ihal resorted lo audi means. 1 his it is said somewhat cooled their ordor. ...

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. — 14 December 1838

con predilections been bo shocked. If this bo true, then did Lafayette, nnd Kosciusko, nnd Pulaskt, nnd Lcc, nnd Stirling, nnd Do Knlb, nnd Steuben, nnd t ho whole host of puro nnd gallant spirits from other lnndt, who struck for the rights of man in our revolution, desorvo the rcproncli of every virtuous fellow-citizen ! Aro not the Ca nadians contending for tho vory rights which toe (inserted? Do not the records of the British Parliament tell tho story of their wrongs. Ilnvo not eminent British statesman, in their legislative pluccs, hurled tho thunders of their eloquence and their argument against countless violations of the British constitution, by tho colonial governments of thu Cnnadns ? Have they not warned tho British executive that tho question between the Canada nnd the mother country was the old question with the thirteen colonics, nnd would have the same termination ? Then if the Canadians aro contending for our principles, nnd those who help them deserve to he "reproaoh...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 December 1838

" , " . ,1 if 'm- f.ar. n.,P rxUt tin interest n I ho 'b o lor tlio ma nlamaiico 01 mu pencu nnu' naps oxcuod uio jjrcaicsi siinru ol niton' XV: of Sit S rf i lrnq.l.y.or the country. With .1,1. tion and sympathy tho United States have ,,up (H'.nnncra ol mo i. o.imiiuuoi . .., I .. . .... ,.,,,., (ho adoption itianled in fee. with a noinolua LUiarantv .1 ... I.... i... H! inn mil Illl'iicnm lliem III i-iniiiii i.u-a ui mm i i , . . ' ' - ". Z . L nl ' .." ho Rot'., cntsof Uta.ubankH y more than to im,., the ol the plan puisontod by llMl r lo, ni cxe.us.vo and paioonbio laiioi. , rnl. " V ,1 .ii r hv thnt eoncili-iuny hosldity of nnv other clnw Sluto instiln. "io tn-ionco oi mo western m.m.c. i ,,,,, .. , . . . u.o wos o people, nml unfed ty mm couutnuuy j '-,... ,.;,,., u i not in preservation of tho lives and propcity ofi side of tho Mississippi, eligibly fiitnalcd . ... ii 1. H . Im.. vrvi- nllnrlllMlirirr.mi IP' uuiisi m m im i - i iu 1 i. - use on (.treat emergencies, weio leiic...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 December 1838

ttttlttt NOT THE GLORY OF CESA R BUT THE WELFAltE OF K Olllli. BY H. B. STACY- EARTH'S VOICES. "In reason's car they nil rejoice, And utter forth a glorious voice." To Mm wlio has an ear for melody, Who lines earth's natural music, where no harp Of curious make, by man's device is framed To measure sounds by arbitrary laws How manifold the minstrelsy that swells From her voiced instruments he walks abroad, And nature is tittuncd to harmony. Earth caught her music when the morning stars Welcomed the stranger to their galaxy ; And ever since there's not u thing that lives But hath nu utterance, though inatidiblo To him whoso ear is wedded to the wire, And to iho viol's smooth voluptuous trills. The stream through the untrodden desert flows, Impregnates with its cadence the air ; The first white snow-drop and the last brown flower That leans its withered cheek on winter's breast, Hold eloquent conycrsc with the changing year. Spring hath n jojful tone There's n glad murmui through the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 December 1838

obtained for lilm so distinguished a placo in Uio otinam or hit country, mm mo uuu Cy tho 'Great Conde' would unilniilitrdly have pertained to hint, it mo renown m oih triouason, by Charlotte do Montmnrctici, had not, in after years, trunscended his 0Wn';oinru lins. with licr usual partiality, passed lightly over this dark spot In tho cliaracier 01 mo gay, mu RanaiM, ...... olrio Henri Quartro, wiihonl bcMowwg a einglo comment on tho lofty spirit or hon orable independence that characterized the conduct of his youthful kinsman on this : . i.n toft u'linllv nnno. irvmjr ucuuaiun , un" uj .., j t ticed tho virtuo and conjugal heroism o tho high born beaulv, who nobly prcicr. sharing tho poverty and cxilo of her huv hand to all tho p -mp ond distinctions that were in I ho sift of a royal lover. V It I D A V M O ft N I N 0, DHCE.MBEH 21 NI5W ROAD. Tho public will bo gratified to learn that tho new road from this village to the Falls is so far completed that it is extensively travelled, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 December 1838

ttie first tang arang was a failure ( it was too thin. Pork" cried tho trumpet to tho trombone, and. on tho instant, tho two instruments gavo forth a beautiful tang a rang tang tang. At this moment the trombone recollected Hint nothing had been aaid rnlalivo to tho beam. Ho suddenly ceased playing. Beans" whispered the trumpet. 'Pork and beans." "Good" said tho trombone, "that's enough, here goes-" And ho did go it, to the great ro lief of tho poor trumpet, as well as to the in tlnito delight of tho whole orchestra, who by this limo were in tho secret Messrs. Cassolar.i and Ambroiso, hro of the then, as wollns now,mcmbera of the or chestra, wcro colled to prove the nature of the contract. They testified not only to tho abrve circumstances, but also to tho fact that whenever this pieco was per formed the defendant had to call out to the trombone, 'pork and beans,' in order to in duco him to help him through (lint parlicti lar picco of music. Tho case being fully made out, the jury fo...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 December 1838

Paints ifc Dvc Stuffs. 10000 lbs. Dry While Lead, 100 Kegs ground do do 15 barrel Whiting, f) do Vonclinn Red, 9 do French Yellow, 0 do American do 15 do Turpentine Verdigris, French Green, Pumico Stone, Bluc, Varnish, rose Pin It, sand Paper, Dronzo, Uold and Silver Leaf. 200 barrels canipcochy Log Wood, 200 do St. Domingo, Log Wood, 300 do Fustic, 160 do Nicaragua, 75 do Cam Wood, 15 do Bar do 10 do Beach do 40 do Madder, 20 do Alum, 10 do Ulue Vitriol, 30 do Copperas, CO DctnijolinB Oil Vitriol, Flolant and Bengal Indigo, Press Papers, Tcnl. Hooks, Brushes Jacks, fcc. Nov. 22. J. &. J. II. Pr.cic &. Co. AXE HELVES. i ff Doss. Patent Axe Helves, by lUVJ J. & J. II. Pp.ck & Co. Drugs t$ Medicines. THE subscribers ore receiving a new sup. ply of Drugs and Medicines, which they offer on favorable terms. Nnv.22. J. & J.TI. Peck & Co. Snuff &, Tobacco. 2$flD)l(D)l Jn,s I-,orri"!1"1'a Maccaboy Snuff. 'seeg'Stf euo ids. do scotch do. 35 bbls. do chewing Tobacc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 December 1838

NOT THE GLORY OF CSAR HUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY FRIDAY DECEMBER 28, 1838. VOL. XII No. 601 MARGARliT MILLER DAVIDSON. Among llic deaths mentioned in the jour nals, is that of Mis- Margaret Miller David eon, which took plnco at Saratoga Springs, in tlio IGth year of her ago. She was the sister of Lucrelia M. Davidson, whose lit crary remains have been published, and wore deemed so extraordinary, mai one ... the moat eminent authors of the ago thought them worthy of a notice fmni his pen in the Quarterly Review. Margaret, the youngest sister, whose death has recently occurred, was, if possible, a more extraor dinary person than tho eldor poetess. - IJrsr intellectual powers showed indications of astonishing strength and maturity, at an nge when she wasscarcely out of her infancy When she was but five years old she learn ed to write of her own accord, and in Bocrct, by copying the printed characters in books and the first use oho made of the art was to commit to paper th...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 December 1838

C O N II V 8 S . 'INi" ptocccdings of itio last week in i'is Imvebison very meagre, as is . through the first month oftho Scs Mr. Wright has brought in n bill to , ' riato postponing ind-fitiilnly ilia Do '. .''with tho States oftho Fourth Instnl ' of llio Surplus Revenue. Mr. Cloy " movcil to limit tho postponement to vuar only, eo' thai '.ho Depositc shall . n fall duo on tho 1st of January, 1810. was ncutralizoil by a parly vnic after 'cresting debate : YcasQO; Nays 17 hill will of course pass both lluuscs i ported. It will bo scon that the faon .vct vcrv thin. Mr. Williams, the iJenator (rom Mississippi, hos taken . .it. Judiro While of Tennessee u i way. ' i 'ho Hnuic, Mr. Wise and somo others attempted to pet further and more ( vo expressions of opinion on tho sub' of Abolition in the District and Tcrri' . but wero foiled efTVctivcly. Mr !13 1113 11131113 BUUIU ULll"lll I u IIUII3 VII object in nn opposite "direction, with want ofsucccsf. . Hoti?o ha deciduu to receive poll- u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 December 1838

FRIDAY MORN I N 0; DECEMBER 28 DESTnucTiTG Fmr.. A firo broke nut til the Winooiki F.ills, about two mile fiom from this village) at about Iwn o'clock on Friday morning, which for extent of damages hat probably nenr been equalled in this Suite. It originsiH il in the Storeroom of the Winooskl Block manufacturing Company, nnd in n short lime the whole building together with nil the vnlunhlp machinery was en tirely deslrojed. The machinery nlono in this building com from $30,000 to 40,000, Tho shop ndjaecnt, occupied hb a munii luclory of machinery of various kind?, was hIjii entirely ilejtrojcd with nil in contents, its were likewiive nn extensive sawmill, paper mill, und Woulen Manufactory. From the Utter building, we leiirii that ihn Wool nnd rlodi win principally recited, us were nl.o four loomi ; the rest of the vnliublo machinery, we roam in av. was enl irelv ili!.trovcd. i'he I"1'" Ion cannot be leMllt.iti S?0,000. There '' " imurance in the A1titn.il for 15,000, wlijfli '" ni ...

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. — 28 December 1838

I HAVE NO INFLUENCE. What if llm litlln rain should ty "So nn.t n drop us 1, Cm no'er icfiesli those lliirsly fieldj I'll tarry in llictky I" Wlml if ti Miintnit beam of nom Should in ifi fnniiliiiii flay, Dccniue iu freble lifjlu ulono Cnimut cicntc n d.iy 1 Dnih not rnrli ruin drnp help (o form The rool, icI'm filing t-litiwei ; And eicry rnv nl litjlit In warm And bomilift i lie lluucr 1 Examination in Guammah, at a rtsti i'in adi.k Rkminaiiy run Youno Ladies. I my, Miss, whni pnrt of epcccli is the pnr eon of I lie parish ? I suppose lie is n conjunction, Modntno. j conjunct mil, iMSb.' viini Kinu 01 conjunction ? A copulative conjunction, Mndam. Why q copulative conjunction? Because, ho "connects like cases, and lihn niooda and lensrs How does ho connect "like cases ?" lie unites parlies, both of whom ore in inve; winch I taho to be, that both ore in the same case. Very well. How does lie connect "like moods?" The parties lo bo united nro. I sunDose both in n mood to be married...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 January 1839

syi Ill I NOT THE GLORY OFCiESAu HUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B. STACY- THE WIN TEK KINf. BY MISS HANNAH F ,O0ULD. O I wlint will become ofihce, poor litilo bird I 'I'lie muttering storm in? ."tin distance is liearil : 'I'lio rongli winds an unking, the clouds growing black Tluy'Ji fis scatter snow flakes all over thy back ! Prom what sunny clime-lust llion wandered awny 1 And wltat mt thou doing llii culd winter day 1 I'm pecking iIip gmn fiom llioold peach tree, l'lio norm doesn't trouble mc I'ce, dee, deo.' ...Imi innl.p ilion nem to unconscious of care 1 Th bro vn earth is frozen, the branches are bare . ivl hovv- U)'sl "hoii be so light hearted and Tree, Like Liberty's f-'f with ibe spirit off-lee, VI. n i,o iilc "" ihine cven.ng rest. No I leal-fo' tliy screen, for -iiy boson, no nest 1 i hand is a shelter for me, ,,.l nfT tllC v I w r 1. 1 linrdrn of want and of grief. We lke If." " " " ,r:.. " :1 p;,re. .ninicr we (aim ; in the win.er we're chilled, Willi BV0il1 i9 el lobc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 January 1839

C O N G it i: s s . Although tlio past week has been un fruitful of important incidents at the politi cal Metropolis, owing to tlio intervention of the Christmas Holidays, yet tlio letter writers havo not wanted thomea lor discu3. sion. Mr. Wiso'i vigorous assnult upon the Administration on tlio subject of the late groat defalcations Mr. Rives' formal eocession (so regarded by both parties) from tlio Administration in his lato speech in tlio Senatethe new Sonator elect from Indiana ditto Ohio tlio probability that tlio North Carolina Senators will ho "in Btructod" out of their eents or into Whig voting tho Russian Minister's great soiree tho question of recognizing Hay t i as a sister Republic and many othor topics aro industriously agitated by tho 'ecriboa' of the Federal City. Tito bills have been introduced to tho respective Houses looking to the settlement of this matter, but wo must regard that iubmitted by Mr. Wright to the Senato a emphatically tho Administration measure, hav...

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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. — 4 January 1839

I i&i&kTSi i,ndrnd,,Bt nn.d risins nalio,,, a,,d FRIDAY MOUNINfl. JANUARY, 4. Mn. Wise. Wo publish to-day ono of Mr. Wiso's characteristic spocchcs. It is in his usual happy vein, and will bo read with interest by all. Those who recollect the decided stand ho took two years ago in proclaiming the corruptions of the govern ment and demanding an investigation which was denied him, and for which he was denounced by iho administration as a foul calumniator can well appreciate the enviablo msition ho now occupies. Of Mr. Wise n colcmporary woll remarks, "his faults belong exclusively to his burn. ing southern blood, and tho prejudices of t u. " n.l.in.iiti.. I. la irl.lnna nrn thnnn and passions of an ennobling and exalted nu. Until, ilnrinrr Olid impCtUOUS, 1)0 acorns artifice and intrigue, and openly as eails vice, meanness and profligacy where over he finds it, without respect of persons, 'Station or consequences. He seldom pau- Kb to consider whom he may offend, or to Acasuro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 January 1839

Joilcr lo mo oa chairman of llio Investiga ting Committee Hoto Mr. Wier. fell into no ol his half whispcriiiff undertone?, and could not be heard nt nil by Hie. report er. All that caught his car were the words "too innult mg" hrido" "coin pcnsalion for all my sacrifices." Sir, I feel no rejoicing at these public losses ; but coiloiniy can and do feel a tense of vtcto. ly, of triumph. 1 connol help it when I see nil that 1 predicted Happening, nnu an moi I charged dailv coming to light. Mr. Woodbiiry has taken pains to show that Nr. Swarlwoul's defalcations did not coinmcnco with llio period of Mr Van Jlurcn's election, but extended back thro' General Jackson's administration, and even to the very commencement of his period of service- as Collector. I remember the lime. Swnrlwout had been implicated by rumor in Burt's conspiracy, which General Jock Bon took much credit to himself for expos ing. But when it was reported that Swart wout, one of Burr's conspirators, was lo receive t ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 January 1839

NOT THE G L O It Y OF CTiSAn HUT THE WE L J' A HE O F H OMR. BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY iTAPf UARY 11, 1S39. VOIii XII No. 603 From tlic Dutchess Observer. CHRISTMAS HYMN. From yonder beauteous realms of light; Concealed fiom mortal vlerf A numerous it it in of cherubs bright To Uelldcm's valley flew, D.ik was the niglit i in silenci drear The woild was hush'd round : Our cnrlh-born race, dovnid of caie, Lay wrapt in sleep profound; All tin t n few industrious swuim Thai guaided nii'hl and day, Their (locks in safely on ihe plains Fiom savage beasts of prey. When lo 1 a brighter morn ilian e'er Had blnsh'd o'er Heihlcin's sky, Stop midnight in lie blark career, M:iJo tullcn daikucEs fly. Around and round an airy throng Of angels fair appeared ; Balanced on golden clouds they hung ; The Shepheidssaw and feared. When soft descending from the Eky, In inoining blushes clad, The niijcl ol the Lord dicw nigh, Willi speech and visage glad; "Fear not swift messengers from GOD, We come to hani....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 January 1839

CON V. It K S B . On Wednesday t lie Spun! o were engaged In n general drbntc nn I lie bill for recliicing nnd p rntlnntitii tliu prico of public Junds. Tho question beforo llii! Sennto wos n hid tion ol Mr. Cloy's, In rcciuninit I tic? bill u tliu Cointnilleo on Public Londs, will) in. elructions tt. restrict the soles nl llio re duccil prico contemplated by it lo actual tetlleri. No question was taken on tliu motion. ' J I In the Ilnuff, Mr Ciishmon stnlcil thai lie ond Mr. Woodbury would agree to the motion of Mr. Wio for tliu oppojut mont of o aclcct committoo to inquiro 'if there nro grounds for tho impeachment of Mr. Woodbury, provided Mr Wiso and the Houso would suffer tho committes- lo bo appointed by t It o Speaker, in tliu ordin ary way, and nut by ballut, ns proposed by Mr. Wise. Mr. Cushmnn m.idc n sppcch in defence of Mr. Wooudbury. Mr. Duncan follows li int. In the Scnalo on Thursday, Mr. Rives presented a resolution calling on tho Pros ident to communicate to tho Sena...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 January 1839

CIIURCII.GOING. A lady returning from church on Sun day, was run over by n double trom, onil severely, though not dangerously, injured Wo linvo for some time been impressed with the necessity of a reform in this reepect. It ie n common custom with not few drivers to mako Sunday tho occasion to display their dexterity with the whip, ond show off their tentm, at tho iminent hazirtl or lire and limb to hundred of women nnd children, who nt this season of the year arc compelled to keep tho middle of tho road. Tho impropriety nf this is teo manifest to need urging. It is, wn ore persuaded, sufficient to state tho fact ond call the attention of people to the sub ject. Wc hold thai, under ordinary cir cumstances, pedestrians oro entitled to the middle of (lie road, on Sundays, during the winter, or at least to ono half of it, and that it is the especial duly ot persons with teams to be on the loulc nut, and to turnout, without waiting to ascertain how near they may drive to a lady before s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 January 1839

NEW AND IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. ' ' i Dll. PHELPS' , . COMPOUND TOMA'TO PILLS, ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.J MEW AND INVAIiUAlJljE MUDICIXU I-'OK AM, DISEASES AKISIXG ntoM IMPURITIES OF TUB IJLOOD, Morbid Secretions of the MVEU nutl STOMACH, ALSO A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL; As' a Cathartic In V EVENS ami all IHMOUS AKl'ECTIOXS. Ttmsnipopuiar Pills being a conihiiintion of u newly discovered Alkaline substance, .'fi,irtcd- from the TOMATO PLANT, with other vegetable substances which .Liv.l)ecn found to modify and diffuse its effects, are believed to be the best Alterative ii.l Cathartic Medicine ever discovered. They have been abundantly and sttccess tried. and have received universal approbation for Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, '' 'ii'j Discuses, Gravel, Rhenniulism, Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Catarrh, Ncrrans .?.?, Acid Stomachs, Glanduiar Swellings of all hinds, Coslivcncss, Colic, tarhc, &c. , u-y are an antidote tb'Conlagious and Epidemic diseases ; prevent the formation of iTod Liver af...

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