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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 May 1840

VERMONT FHEIII. VOLu VI. BRATTLE BO RO, Vt. MAY 29, 1840. NO. 39 FJERMOJVT PHOEJVIX. fUnUSHRD KVEItY rntDAV MOItKlNO, OT Wit E. KYTIIER. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at $1,00 per square for 3 insertion nnd 20 cents for -each subsequent insertion. Less than a square 75 cents' for 3 insertions, and 12 1-2 vents for .each subsequent insertion. ADVICE TO YOUNG LADIES. BY MRS, FARJIAII. If you wish to bo a well-bred lady, you hi list carry yoUr good mnnners everywhere Willi you. It. is not n, thing that can be laid aside and put on nt pleasure. True .Jioliteiiess is uniform,- disinterestedness in trifles, nctompanicd by the culm self-possession which , belongs to n noble simplicity o( Jiiirpose; and this must be the effect of a Christian spirit running through nil you do, or Say, oi think; and unless you cultivate it and exercise it upon nil occasions and tow- nids nil persons, it will never be apart of . ii tin 1 . yourseu. wnenyoutry to nssumo it lor Borne special purpose.it w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 May 1840

VERMONT i'HCBIVIX. Frldny, May 29, 1810. For Prctldent, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. 1; f.i , For Vice President, JOHN TYLER. ItAMiY ! KAtliY ! ! nAT.T.V ! ! I WWhig Meeting. "Who will go for Tip & Tyler ?E3 Whigs of Drallleboro, you are hereby violrficd that a meeting trill be held at the TOWN HALL in the West Village, on Monday the Slh day of June at G o'clock, P. 21, for the purpose of appointing Delegates Jo the Stale Contention, to be held at Bur lington the 25th June next, and to transact other, business of oreat importance to the Whig cause. It is desirable and important that every Whig, if possible, should be present, and 1hal the . Whigs of Braiileboro should not be behind those of neighloring towns in their efforts to secure the election of Harrison and Tyler, and the candidates which nay bit nominated at the State Convention, for Slate ojjictrs the coming year. . WM. W. FESSENDEN, ' ' for County Committee. 53" .We hardly know when we have atten ded a more interesting and s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 May 1840

From the Natchez Free Trader. MOilE OF THE TORNADO AT NATCHEZ. k Sabbath Evening, the 10th MnV. The Denouement of the Calamiln. Wli nt vvp. h Wrote on Friday, tbo day aftei the calamity. ,has since proved far loo low a computation, C, nnd fir too faint a sketch of the ruin which SIXTH CENSUS. 1 From the National Intelligencei . tC3" In addition to the enumeration of tin! The appointment of Churchill C. Cam- people, there are a latge number of questions broleng, to be Minister to Russia, has been to bo asked in relation to Agriculture, Com- approved and consented to by the Senate. merce, Manufactures mid Schools, and thuio Auron Vail (lorinerly Charge d Affairs i in relation to agriculture being the most nu- of the United States at London) and now for merous, we have thought best to request that some tune pnst Chief Cleric In the Depttrt- every larmcr in tno county, will, on tho tirst ment ot Ktott-i lias been appointed by the ati-i has befallen our noble-sniritcd vet devntpd day of ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 May 1840

I. 1 2 Y-GONE DA YS. XT Mitt UJtDOK. Dma no more of that street lime When the heart and cheek were young; Dream no more of that iireet time Ere the vail froni UTe was flung. Yet the cheek retains the rose, Which i's beauty had of yore, Bet the bloom npcra the heart, Is t more. AYe have mingled with the false, Till beliel has tost tbe china "Which it had when hope was new, And the poise of feenng warm. We hive had the howm wrung By the mask which friendship wore; . AJection's mating happiness Is bo raore- .' AVe have seen the young aad gay Dying as the aged die; Miss we Dot the laughing voke .... Mux we sot the laughing eye? "Wishes take the place of hope, We have dreamed till faith is o'er; lis freshness made life fair, and that Is do more. Take awav voa sparkling bowl What i i SHI to grieve as cow? Loathing' lip that tore away. Downcast eye and weary brow, Hopes and joys that went to smile, Mirth that'lit iu purple store; Friends that wool to join the pledge, Are so more. The New Y...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 June 1840

VERMONT IP HB MIX. B.TKJLIU1L1MW B VOL. VI. B RAT TLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 5, 18.40. NO. 40 For the Phoenix. Tim green mountain fiint. Y J. O. HOLLAND. ' know1 a girl from the.sunny SoUlh, "With a form, and footstep light, And her raven hair, is exceeding fair, And her eye deep, dark, -and, bright. And she mores so gracefully over the earth, That she looks like a creature of heavenly birth. But impulse governs her fairy form, Awl vanity dresses her hair, And passion lies in those jetty eyes, And burns and glistens there. Anther temper glows with a beam as hot, As the sun that scorches her native spot. I known sweet Green Mountain Girl A child of the hill and dell, With golden curia, and teeth of pearls, And eyes like the young Gazelle. And as free, and. careless her footsteps roam, A the breeze that sweeps o'er her mountain home. But Nature has woven her golden locks, And given to her eye its brightness, And Health leads her o'er those rills and rocks And yields to her step its lightness. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 June 1840

ilk. Ml - VERMONT PMIEIV1X. Friday, Juno 5, 1810. For President, " WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, - . For Vice J resident,, JOHN TYLER, Whit mi i' 'qui Dillingham and J2. Barber,Esqrs. the nominees for Governor and Lieut Gover nor, of the laic Loco Convention nt Wood stock, arc Bank Democrats. Such characters as may be found in the Loco party of this place thnris they own Dank Stock, and di rect Banks yet go full length with a party that cry "down with the Batiks" "Sniilio and Bank Reform." What says the jail bird law yer Brass to this 1 Cant he dissect the charac ter of these Bank Barons, or has the threat to "scald" some of his party frightened him? on ly look at it, Loco-Foco Bank bemociat Smilie and Bank Ifrform Fudge. THINGS TO BE BEMEMUEBED. John Quincy Adams, during the four years of his Administration, paid $30,000,000 0f the National Debt. Martin Van Bnren, in the first three years of his Administration, has squandered a Sur plus Revenue of 810,000,000, and saddled the Country wit...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 June 1840

ANOTHER SLANDER REFUTED, The BrllitK Tdry paper published in this villace contained the followinar editorial article last week, which We copy for the purpose of .1 i. .!.... .,,,..,. DIIUWIIIK will IVUUVID MOW VUllll'lY UCHIIIMIC 111 i of truth, when comnared with the following -. i . uum tne mauisama... ja iy seems as 11 iiie.prirre object 01 he British Tory papers was to distort everything li!tl VfllnfAB In I li n Wl.tr !.. nni !. .................... .uws iiiiii iiaii; y. i vu.iu.- dates. Do they' expect in this way to gain vo- ten. vvc ten mem mat tticy cannot succeed LOT S . I while-they use such means. The freemen of this Country have their eyes and their ears open' and will not be mislead by such tile slan- ders as are issued weekly in that paper. More DEyAJ.cATioN.JVC. S. Harrison, the son of General HaYrison and. "a receiver of public moneys in Ohio, was removed from ofheo by President Jackson" becnuse ho was a defaulter to the amount of, 25,000. At 1. -1 .HI ' .1 .. i . 1....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 June 1840

Tram the Cleatctjinl Iti-raM. WHEN" tlllS OLD HAT WAS NEW. Whrn this olil list win new, llio people hmI to sav, The ll among I ho Dtmorrms were Harrison It Cl.tr; The Locos now assume the name, a title moil untrue, AuJ matt unlike their parly nam when thia old li.it was new. When thit old list wan new, Van Bnren was n Fed, 'An enrmy to etery man who l.ilmrrd for hit limit; .And If the people of New VorU ht kepi their record true. It toted -'falnsl the poor man's rijlits. when thii old hat wet new. When thi old hat wns new, Iltichanan was the man Rest fitted in the Kejstone State lo lead the ted ral tlanr . Jle swore 'if Democratic lilood thould in&ke bis reins look blue, HeM.cure them hy Phlebotomy,' when lids old bat was new. Whcn thii old hat vai new, ('twas eighteen hundred eleven,) Ch-irks Ingersull did then deelare, by mM Ins hopes of bearen, ,11.. I h- I .hi. In rrtlert. lift M iKYn a lOfT In And ne'er he thooghl it a reproach,' when thii bat wui new. When thi old hat was ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 June 1840

VERMONT PIKE NIX. -VOL. VI. BRATTLE BORO, Vt. JUNE 12, 1840, NO. 41 W Oil urm w-. Ty -- tT . ....... .yfr JrJCtUMJylA, snip to be on lire, or thnt tho appearances! tho captain's watch, ond chronometer, andi uiLHiru any ;ning more iiinn ihc gns usual- trunk,-with n small box containing about ny loiiowing a stroke of lightning. Some three hundred dollars ir. specie, but the gas PUnLISHKO EVERY FRIDAY MOKNINO, BT WM. E. RYTIIEK. fate. It is not ("or rno to say what were then our leelings. Three of us, in tho ful ness ot our stancth nnd the fineness of nil supposed, Advertisements conspicuously inserted at $1,00 per square for 3 insertions, and 'JO cents Jot each subsequent insertion. Less than n square 75 cents for 3 insertions, aud 12 1-2 .cents for each subsequent insertion. n I ruin nnd anxiety was very naturally felt, and the smoke oon obliged ns to abandon years, were then purling, as we particularly by Iho ladies and those who all further attempts, nnd to close nil the forever;on...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 June 1840

VERMONT PIMENIX. Frldar Juno 12, 1810. For President, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. For Vice President, JOHN TYLER. THINGS TO BE REMEMBERED. John Quincy Adams, during the four years of his Administration, paid $30,000,000 of (he National Debt. Martin Van Bnren, in the first three years of Ais Administration, has squandered a Sur plus Revenue of $10,000,000, and saddled the Country with a debt of more than 10, 4)00,000. 'Tlio cxnen9es-nf tho Government, dunne the Jour years of John Quincy Adams' AdminHMf tration was less than $50,000,000. The expenses of tho Government during the -TAreyears of Martin Van Buren's Administra tioa, amount to more than $00,000,000 ! t t State Convention. The Advocates of RETRENCHMENT nd REFORM in the National Government, all who arc now opposed to those political principles and measures which this Stale ALONE has ever refused to sanction in short the INDEPENDENT AND IN CORRUPTIBLE FREEMEN OF VER- .MONT, nrc requested to meet in Convention at Burlington, oil Th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 June 1840

shirs Tub PiiitADEtriiii Foitotn. It is pr. hups one of the most extraordinary instan ces in the records of crime in this country, that nn individual should havu succeeded in baffling justice for so long a period as tho young mart who has recently been nrrested in Philadelphia. Dr, Eldredge wns of n slight person, nnd miller an agreeable nil dress, much more so thnn would have been expected of a grnduuto of tho penitentiary. It is now slated that as early an 1834 he es caped, or was released from "durance vile," nnd became a student with Dr. Mott of this city. Accompanying tho Doctor to Europe, he there made some new acquaintances which on his return facilitated his introduc tion to a virclo of society highly respecta ble. It is now, confidently believed that he was guilty of other eccentricities in Paris besides robbing Dr. Mott of 3000 francs. Our readers will remember perhaps two or three rcmnrkuble. hoaxes that were play 'ed off on a distinguished American lady resident at Paris...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 June 1840

... - - , 1, ' ' From lhc'dentza (tf. Y1") Courier. WHAT HAS HE DONE? When nnv candidate for preferment wns presented to Napoleon, the first question as died by the Emperor was QuVt il fail? What has ho done? The principle, "nv TltEIIl FRUIT VE SHALl KNOW TI1EI1, IS not more n precept of scripture, than a safe maxim of worldly policy ; nor is its applica tion in nnv case more nroner than when n candidate for popular favor presents himself to the nntion.and claims the nignesi onice in iheif gift. Let us for a moment apply the nrinrinlft in Mr. Van Borcn. Lei us nsk thn nupsiion. and rend its answer from the T.fnrils of hisiorv. What has he done ? He has increased the annual expenses of the government from 813,000,000 to yjy, 000.0001 He has spent all the ordinary revenues of the people, though out ol mote ordinary revenues, his three immediate predecessors paid off 8210,000.000 of the National Ueht: He has spent, tn addition thereto, the fol lowing sums, which belonged to the people,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 June 1840

mtiiiiinw mm it ii I iW.iMAiiifiiiai iiiii , h ,,), , , , , V ER A Ait Vm.wa : VOL.; VI. BRATTLEBOHO, Vt. JUNE. 19, 1840. 2 rJERMOJVT JP&OEMX. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO, HI WM. E. RYTIIER. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at 1A00 per sguarc for 3 insertions, and 20 cents Jot each subsequent insertion. Less than a square 7a cents. Ior.3insertions. nnil 12 1-2 uDsequent insertion. ' - ten is icrr tuclfsut FROM Till? GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE. THE YOUNG INEBRIATE. Tbo moon shone into my windows with n. flood of silvery light all nature wns hushed into, profound silence no nir dis turbed even the pensile foliage, tlmt fiom many trees, add shrubs, and flowers, in rich luxuriance, environed the house, situate in one of nature's most beautiful vallies, in the "Old Dominion" a land, as well known. flraditiOnftl hospitality, of generous feel ings, exalted talents, " and of bad habits. The little wooden clock of mine host had Struck twvlve before I retired to rest, but not to sleep. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 June 1840

: ' - ' ' ' - - ' " " - M .fci n . mm .Mill -Hi ..,. I i ir' Hiiili .. .ill jpVotn ihe National Intelligencer. "the rnosrECT tjeeore us." 'The inquiry is frequently addressed to us, loth nt home'nnd from a distance, for our opinion in regard to tho probable result of the issue about to bo tried by the People of iho United States between Aliirtin Van Bu ren and William Henry Harrison, We leg leave to refer all such inquirers to the subjoined letter. It was written, not for tho public effect, but in the sincerity and freedom of private correspondence, and by a man whose extensive source of information, and whoso care in sifting and comparing facts and probabilities, combined with his clear judgment and known candor, impart to his opinions a vnluo and weight superior to those of any other citizen within our knowledge'. The justice of this tribute will lo admitted by oil who know the writer when they perceive the name to bo that of the distinguished Senator of New York, Nathaniel P. Tul...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 June 1840

KS--TIIE WEST AWAKE. It is but a few weeks since vVe published the proceedings or the great Convention at Baltl more. We subjoin below an account of a meeting in Indiana, which equal if not outri vals it. It is evident the people are atwork and arc determined to have a change. Does any one doubt it, let them read the following: THE GREAT CELEBRATION ON THE TIPPECANOE BATTLE GROUND. FIFTEEN SOLID ACRES OF MEN. Correspondence of the Baltimore Patriot. Indianapolis, June 1, 1840. Presuming that some account of the great Convention of the 29th uli,, on the Tippeca noe Battle Ground may be intcreiting 10 jrou, 1 hasten to givo you a fuint sketch, TJin.iX5ijidiijj w Cms J nm wonncl el 8 1 I Weill- -gent delegates. now here on their return home. For several days, previous to the 29th, ev- ery avenue lending towarus tnu uaitie Ground, was filled with wagons, loaded "vith delegates, horsemen, and foot passen gers, wending their way to this proud spot for our American arms and when all were a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 June 1840

THE 11UND CHILD. Mother I they say the stars arc bright, And the broad heavens are blue; I dream of them by day and night, And think them all like you. I cannot touch the distant skies, The stars ne'er speak to me, ; Hut their sweet images arise, And blend with thoughts of thee. I know not whv, but oft I dream Of tho far-off land of bliss; And when I hear thy voice, I deem That heaven is like to this. When my sad heart to thine is pressed, My follies nre forniven. Sweet pleasure warms my heating breast, Ana this, I soy, is heaven. O mother I will the God nbovo Forgive my faults like thee? Will he bos tow such care and lovo On a blind child like me? Dear mother? leave me not alone Go with me when I die; Lend thy blind daughter to the throne, And stay in yonder sky: BKOTtlER AND SISTER. , i.nc relation 01 brother ana sister to one another is undoubtedly one oflhc moM beau tifui which Providence hn9 instituted : forbid ding, Irom the different pursuit of the sexes, uny thing of that ri...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 June 1840

t V JE R M ' O T P 'tfiffl flf I i; ' " VOL. VI, liiiiiil mi in In r Mil ii in n in rj&RMQ jV T PHOENIX. ftJhttsirfcD -KVEnt niDXY iiottNiNo, by Advertisements conspicuous) Inserted bt 01,00-jter square for 3 inscrtiotis,-nnd s!0-corn's fur each -subsequent Insertion. Less than a square 75 cents for 3 insertions, and 12 1-2 tents fot each subsequent insertion. From the Ontario Repository. TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION! Severn I interesting trials took place tit the Circuit Court, held in this vitiligo Inst Veek. One of them disclosed the most in IgeYvlously contrived conspiracy, nnd its tin raVelfn'ertt the rnbM extraordinary combina tion of events, nntl (if the verdict of the jury be, ft till Siem to ndiriit, correct) the moM extensire and poflignto corruption which thb flnnals of otlr tidtfils of justice hhvu ever brought to light. - 'It was nh oetioh of ejectment, brought by the young u idoxV of Oscar F. Crittenden, deceased, against two of his brothers, to te 'cover a largfc a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 June 1840

VERMONT PIHE1VIX, Friday, Juno 20, 1840. For President, WIJLLIAM H. HARRISON, OF OHIO. " For Vice President, JOHN TYLEtt, OF VIRGINIA. THINGS TO BE REMEMBERED. John Quincy AdJms, during (lie four years of his Administration, paid $30,000,000 of the National Debt. Martin Van Bnrcn, in the first three years of his Administration, has squandered a Sur plus Revenue of $40,000,000 and saddled the Country with a debt of more than $10, 000,000. The expenses of the Government,during the Jour years of John Quincy Adams' Adminis tration .was less than $50,000,000. The expenses of the Government during the three years of Martin Van Durcn's Administra tion, amount to more than $00,000,000 !! t 53 We arc authorized to say that the lion. Daniel Webster who has nn appointment at Burre, Mass., on the 4th of July, will, unless very pressing duties in Congress should pre vent, take Stratton in his way back to Wash ington, and that.hc may be expected to address the Convention ou the afternoon of the 7...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 June 1840

Ihhl he was n cownrd and a federalist. He hlluded to tlid evidence upon which the En quirer sought to fosteri iho accusation thut lie was a black-cockade i. e. the reinorks bf Mr Randolph In tho Senate oftho United States. Ilu said that the attack of Mr Ran dolph was met at tho thobent it was made, ana effectually disproved, tie passed a high Encomium upon the genius of that remarka ble man, and said, tliul those who know Mr Randolph, knew that he never iravo up a point in -debate, or receded from his ground ny where, until convicted of error. The fact that ho made no reply to his answer to the charcejs proof to uny familiar with his 'character that tie himself was satisfied that he had erred. Qen. Harrison explained the foundation ol Mr. Randolph1 charge, made at n mo rncnt of temporary irritation, lie said that old Mr. Adams refused to adopt against France the measures which his parly desir d, and showed himself in that respect, at least, more an American than a partisan. 'It was ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 June 1840

INTERESTING TESTIMONY. Moses Dawson, the editor oflho lending Van Burcn paper in Cincinnati, some fiv vears since wroto a biography of Genera Harrison. Hu is now apposed to his cle lion to tho Presidency, and supports th cause of the present incumbent. He- Im becun, in Iiis paper, a series of let ters to the old General on tho policy of th Whig party. In the first of these he uses the following language, which forms n rare ntid honorable exception to that employed by most of the- opponents ol General Mar rison. "That it is n painful ns well as an ungrn iious tnslt to five onnosition' to tho elevation ofn friend to any office, t nm free to declare, and more particularly is it so lo me whe that oitice is the inchest to wnicn nnv man can aspire; but I flatter myself that this c ciimstanco is the must conclusive evidence of mv disinterestedness in the case. In th work alluded to, I have represented yon ns n brave and capable commander, n uisin terested patriot and nn honest man ; nil wh...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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