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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 January 1837

v II E JtMOMI" "Fit ML ' v- I roL. ni. BRATTLEBOltO, V tTjj H U A TtY ' i 1 , Mi, in in mi i ff,' .vw.v. ?,pw i- -r .viwlB.ftj I .f' mru Pridtiv Mni-nintr. hV . tfM. B. It Y f II E 11. ,v JIUII'i Building, nearly opposite Clmne'a Hinge Home. I.,T. linclo iubicribcrs Two Dollar a your. . I..-..!.. ll..!.l,r. .1 '..IT... LttPlM ' I'M.I. -... lli! UJ 4,0 ICI UIVVUIIIIIIUVU lllllll Hl I . nahl.exceplat (lie option of llio pnblif her pOrJtr nail muni bo poit-paij or they will not r ? fifiiian" i!llldiof JOB rniNTlNG nentlj oxeeut- T.otrto a c'iumv . . ' Or the Advantages of Application. 1T MRS, 0. OILMAN, Louisa SimoM whb a bright, intelligent girl of fourteen! atninM Bn,l ,:..'-...... ' the joy of her parents, and the teachers ; and far advanced in, all her stud tea except arithmetic Uh.mothurr' she exclaimed fr.nii.riiU. "Ibis jg the day for the blaek-hn.,rd i;.r. .day to me ! I lmte arithmetic I I wish? i hr. multiplication table had never been invent "What did he say?" a I cu.uuragin...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 January 1837

r, ,..... Congress In thi'Senuie. on Monday, Mr Grundy, from the Judiciury Committee, reported unfavorably on tli6 petiiion for the election of n Court House tit Now York, and of n Court House mid Penitentiury nt Philndel Mr Rubles, from the committed 'to L.':,ir thn hpst motliod of rennirina thu nf thn Patent OfhYe. reported n bill, of which. 2000 conies were ordered to be print- en. JVir iviorris uueri-u u iwuiuuuu m in struct tho Commitleo on Ilonds and Canals to consider the expediency of building n l.rldiro over the Ohio river ul Wheeling, nnd Mr Tnlmndgo a resolution to instruct the Committee on Commerce to consider the ex- ediency of legislating on tho subject of pi rn lots on the sea-coust, with power to report by bill of otherwise. Tho resolution for re scinding the Treasury order wns further considered. Mr Stiatigc spoko nt length on tho subject, and Mr Webster made a few re marks in reply. The Senate then sat for a short time in executive session. In the House of Represen...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 January 1837

tT . . H. wns a stronir. Vicor- .n 525 years of ngo, by llio nnmedf tvlmcv Siren, " f "t,-. ... v market. In the mow 01 APf" mst. i rrivine n dg somo n,ecWnc. ho was ft M ia iliumb near hs extremity. WW of rlnilii iho nousc ui an vnj " " w to hare tnc inumu uu, home, ho suffered tho matter to rest l.uitmBbeinS; nnd when a few hours cut . .1 Hi.l a IVrt li..l.... 'm that amputaiioii nuuiu m'-" in .,' ., . i,:M. hnil hi-nn cnmmiinirntpil. Moil r-- .. . ..... ... iP fad belore iuai mm. , , " ml. .'tiinil ennn hi'.ilpfl. nml fin J' ' nnih lins elapsed since the ir ir mi u iiiu....". . i . -- fine paiieni wjjuu w.. ,i,l,ninr. On Saturday night, however, .... m,Mmolit. he awoke with n sense of hint, Ana r'T,li" , 1 b ' , ;. rlOK. onetllll SO, Ullll iu llic lumraimun firth, on nutting it to his lips, ho coultl OrinK, UUI ll .. - -I . t -. a i. H . iiin iniA omi Bmn ,u-nni .nnre ot tno oitu now recurreu hij remembrance, ana a physician was ..i-hr mm -a aoso oi on nnti. thicb kept him quiet ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 January 1837

STIMV STKEP. riAmn.' !,.i. ili i . iiho mib enclosure 01,1110 miminrincr nnu inKcn un, 4 wether Discontent. Uow universal ij Tt. Wo never yet knew the inun who would suy, "I um contented!" Go Wliero you will, uinong tne noli nnu HHP SHEEP and 1 Kwc the wethers poor, the mnn or competence, or tlio man Ifilwiff. i the end. of both cars cut off, who e.urns his bread by the sweat of his tt slit in 'tlio left the owe has the right car cut brow, von heiirthe sound of niurmiirinirnnd T with n slit. The 6wncr is requested io tlio voice stood tuno wi siohed he. "mine is u hnrd lot forever trot NOTICE. tinjr round and round like n dog, drivingnRKE into the chclosuro of the subscriber ,you hear the sound of niurmiiring and oil with n slit. The Owner is requested io otco of complaint. 'J'ho other day wis tako. tf,cm BWy niI.dAOnvT S l'? I6 'a n,'n by cooper who Was playing n merry p GVSllA BABCOCK Willi his ndi around a cask, "ah," , The Franklin $crics efSf ami ard School Book. THIS celebrate!...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 January 1837

V JB K M O flf T PH.E IIX. v . "' VOL. HI BR ATTLEBORO, V-t. JANUARY 27, I837 . - NO. 21; IX, 1 i.i!.kl rv Friday Morning, by . .. . .i.m. llintitin?. ncnrlv onpolle Chaio'a ,..-T inito mhicribcr. TwcDollr i . i.r ....!.. ihffr miners nt'the . ..r I ,iv r"l" . aWnV'.. ' .,. nfl.NOaia 6r they will not uracil "j ' i. .tttutioo. JsSori d on rooi,cr,,le ,ern"; ij-enr office ttr- For tli rjitrnlx. Purii for the Fireside. The world of Nature is governed by fii ,.. ;nmriable laws. That these law . :,), ndev mtina certainty, may 00 seen . Ann ft 1 111 1 iiL iiiuii ti ii .-ip mn c ra ui mo uiv hum . . Ll- frtri n rrvstnl of the SO Hit? 1. . . ni nrnnnr 111. im iv iiru iniuia t'nnno owf" t . j tUrtif nfHniiit's. ve iret secondary lipnco there nro seven hundred .-o:..rrrr!italizcd carbonate ot limo, and 1 UUC VI w nnArntinn 01 Its OWtl latVOt CTV8 nation. ihttrr in masses, when unsupported, falls a. M nf the earth, in obedience to ui . .,iA;i:,f nf I fit Inur. rnn will It off n IJIlIUUlUUIHijr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 January 1837

VHIOIONT PIMEIVIX. V-r. BRATTLEBOIt 0, Friday Morning, Jnnuary S7, 1837. Mcisnifo of (ho President on (ho political condlUoH of Texng. Thi document manufactured to order by the Kitchen Cabinet wo have received, by (he po liteness of Mr Haiti our Representative in ' Congress. The tenor of this, communication is quito characteristic of the administration .which Is ficquentty in the habit or looking one way and rowing another. To bo sure the President io remarkably modest in his language, and seems to Dav ercat deference to the Con stitution and to the two Houses of Congress, , and ; fur nnr.n willing that thoy should "toko the responsibility." He says, "there are cir cumstances in tho relations of the two coun tries which require us t.o act, on this occasion with even more than our wonted caution. Texas was once claimed as a part of our pro perty; and there are those among our citizens (referring doubtless to his dear friend Benton) who always reluctant to abandon that claim, cannot b...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 January 1837

nflice and Pot Hods, reported two ;.i nesoiuiiu" . , , . J Id. TO JUDScnu- ivi j-. w. . ..All 1 ft Kill IU -w- goo. . ..I'M inTrar.is wuii itau iinan panics .or "--X":v " ' " vhich was cflU uim - .L- II AM SC. 1111 ilMVIl " wwi ivrt IVI I" ",v . . nt Slrl f!nmm;ilM r( K 'r! nni(ir Ihe expediency ol .nlr-l X -r--- . ..ri nn or the nubile domain lo timing or-; ModtalM01 V' . . i , . lr Bell moviu iu mjr ...u .w.v , rreeil . Jcas iX . ..ri-IITITK DEi'AK l JIKn B. The House then resumed the considera ' f ),.. Resolution, heretofore offered by :. nd Hirrced to in Committeo of i. Whole, lorllie nppoinmeni ui a ouicct i inniiirn inln lht mnnnircinent 'immiuceiu - ----- P- fiDUblic Department miu dutoiuj, Mr Wise made a lew remarKs, expressing . tannin nr ha minrnitn in l HUj the investigation at this session, even ...ntntion should bo adopted. He, I Hie . .. p.L .1 (rtforf,opposeu me suppr.--.iuii ui mo up t,)i was the only means of bringing .....h.. nub ic the corruptions oi inisao.- misi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 January 1837

I'VE KEEN THINKING. I've been thinking Ivo ken thinking, 'What n curious world we're in, Men are sleeping, entlng, drinking) Just as tltey have always been Beaux nre strutting! dandies quizzing. Misses toiling night and day, Buya nre sporting.'girls nrc frizzing, Grandmas fidgeting away. Tom tarrying, Mnry singing, .Tack is Inugliing merrily,' Snow is Hying, ten bells ringing, Thesss have music sure for me; Peasants toiling rich men riding, Staring with a lordly phir, Rogue through every crowd nrc gliding, Zoumli, how tpyrer n world it is! Marrying, some in marriage giving, Others like the world of old, All bill me nre feasting, living Would that wives were to be sold ! Others have their dears in plenty, And their bosoms heave with love, I've, had chances nineteen, twenty But I dare not ono improve. Brokers shaving, sheriffs dunning, Politicnns pull your bIccvc, Printers scolding, wits nre punning, Jail-birds begging for reprieve, Preachers warring, idiots ranting, Bacchus, too, hat...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 February 1837

K H )h. HI. BRATTLEBORQ, Vt. FEBRUARY 10, 1837. NO. 23. EBIWOT PIKEIVIX, ig.lW.e.1 ry illl,y M.irnlnR, by If JI. B- BYT II J3 11. So 2 UU DuiMin?, nearly oppotue i,nae i. .ulucribera Two Dollars a yenr ... rP Nn paper ulnconlinueu unlil nr )"' ,.UJ .. .i .!..r.t.. ....i.li.n... . nai.l.fKreill HI IHC F' I" r t attention ...... i. -ftnll PRINTING rleallv execul AHHno -- ----- ,kt nod" "u ForthoVrinint l'liecnlx. LINES . ...t At Amilia F. Mortt. Iht younrtit ..nu..!n flwr of lorrly blown j .ill io 41001 renairl ni of enrth IrtloWt uornc uw -vv rJ ihe'l tMi lcre ,aiB1" ,one can 5 n r... iii.I nil ilie wmi it brinei . ..i..rfi,., . n brif titer returns ie iiije with lirr ""c"r iM u.ki it. au-nnl luili ni creed mv heart . I mnvpi! Tram lime bv thee. ieipuiici - 4 in iiti rMrnitv I KCI1IB l J t . -I. .11 fill hr runtiirrd heart. -L.I,.. limn Hn tiAVrr l.f-Ill Wet ft 1118 tlfi . . .. I......' A . . 11.1 that lord jouiii in ucaui chiuihiv in.-..!. trnnit wn. MiMi wmtnr1fuJ heart. BiiSffliU ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 February 1837

CONOItlSSS.I lo the Senate, on Monday, Jan. 30, Mr Clay moved to lake up the nieiuortu pra'; ing tor the incorporation of the Coloniiutioh Society. The motion was negatived, yeus lernaVS W.,J,The b! 1 1 ftiF rprst'iidbihS:' thV currency in, which payments to the United titrtte-a nmy be mnde, was taken up. Mr Rives supported it at some, length. Mr Moms 'opposed it.' Mr Benton opposed it, Air Webster made some remarks against, in which Mr Cnlhoun concurred, and on mo tion of Mr Plosion it wns laid on lilt) table by u vote of to 16. The.public land bill was taken "P and' further debuted, und n mended. Mr Clay moved to strike out the 4h section, which gives rights of preemp tion, and before tho question was Juken the Beimie adjourned. In the House of Representatives, the States were called for presenting petitions. Mr Adams said ho hnd somo nbolition peti tions to present, nhd nsked leave ol the Iloo9e to uddress them in favor of a motion to have them read. A motion to suspend the rule ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 February 1837

Troo ibe New-York American. WISE'S INVESTIGATION.. Washington, Jun. 27, Tki Cat ' Ul out of the 2.-Tneeem- i"" i struct unnh 1 1 a 1st 1 nfllic v pursued by tho Admmislrution SLilot which many simpletons were ftli to (five Mr v-n -,ur-n crcil,t' ,s ul ffi exXnd. The resolutions for in W r. t,.,r..tnrnrii so strenuously oh "fTand 'recently so unexpectedly 'acceded I" i in mm out a irrund farce: ""nlihou-'li the personal friends, as they m a tn0U', ' rn..n Jncl.-sno. dlnroT ,ir etheinsei. , , . L he authorised them to say that lie wus ;. for every investigation in nbtises, fTh Upfront political life ; and y bid. with tlint view, besought tho iiAMwcive way tothe venerable old man's ..i anxious ac-inn - --i , Bnd fjrec. if not, in plainer phrase", 8 .atttttM .m (L'fr urns niilinHfL m attempted to be palmed, on a credulous lLe and its AUTitnn is now made muni U by his own act, to Andhkw Jackson hlThf eager anxiety, the loud vaunt ol Mr Yjiidcrpoel how anxious, uny, desirous, he ' j w clo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 February 1837

. A Short STonr. and a Tkuk oni tWnltr irinrninrr ti nVinfii'l". t7--. WO ONE, ?A s ren tiered h gldomvono to the Inhabitants or Mnrtminiin. n'rnft.-iti-(l illlllrU'S Inflicted by the ruling powers, coupled with a burning desire among many nmuwous, uuuhij, patriotic men, to crush foreign influence on their beautiful island, nnd to govern them selves ns n free nnd independent people, had tnh tonrlrirH n residence there precnrious; On the morning in question, thd banner of revolt wits seen Homing m jjiuuu utiuiuB upon the walls of tho castle ol Fort Royal, nn.I in tllf f.ir distance the smoko of villages allowed the track of the merciless demon of Insurrection. Every vessel in uic nnruur of Fort Royal wus crowded with refugees who, having hastily collected the most vulu nble of their effects, had fled before tho tide of destruction, which was rolling fearfully over that ill-starred island. Among them was a merchant of high repute, who, with hts wife nnd daughter, n beautiful girl ol a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 February 1837

h. HI- BRATMEBORO, Vt. FEBRUARY 17, 1837. NO. 24. ,T PIIflGIVIX, .. , il.ll' iWil-lin. nearly oppo.lte Clie'. tk tttle Pl"nw Two Dollar,, a year. ..i-liorcceieineir - -- ' f-p io paper uu l7vcCDtat Ue "Pt'on ni me iiimirmi. I'lnltLf JO PRINTING neatly execi.t- . .i mntirraic icruii-. , rt - dir die I'lurnix. . i Kllir- irin ilied Julv JO, 1830, iiRTd w. i... .rhen drawing to a close, w) , i I . ....... t . ..i... onl4 IIPI1" lis uui rj i 1U . , ... .i. t.Mnn i vinsr rose. from me ' , - .... .lrcur tionr trie lOtllU. mas, i" - . reliarras her virtues shone, lffCcirr piaises, as pcrlume, .ediiDbifore Jlic throne. . -H..1 m viel J hermortiil life, ..: m the final strife; . ( i i ... rnciimAil lif r breath. jwyiui vy .Lims wont her friends to greet, PTC SUV " " i- - i : n mint ..Mmnm Willi inCIll Will UlVVt. osiiaic - - Imr mnrtnl frame. J 1" . an!l a.i.I htm t..ic nn rnnrp 111 suuu "n-i" snrtM puu ui n-r cit ea - " - j aImdy saint! thy bliss is sure! beauty, uncreated, jmrc; fit T01CC ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 February 1837

1 SnxATK. The Monday, Feb. G. day wns consumed in a octcr. He had not shown the petition to the rntlemun ftotn Vo. (Mr Pulton)- because c knew that hit would oppose its presenta tion. He hnd always, from the time (vhen he first took his scut lu-fei both in public C iMule on the Question of receiving ubolition rn-titions. '1 lie same question being raised nnd in private, declared himself to bo ad 'on icveral petitions successively presented, verse to the abolition of slavery in this Dis the debate was" terminated for the moment trict, but he was in favor of maintaining the by ft vote to lay the question on the table.' right ol petition, and had therefore present , The first of these motions was decided by n ed overy petition on the subject. vote of 33 yeas, nnd 13 nays. Mr Walkci Mr Cnmbreleng announced to the House reported the land bill with amendments, nnd that the two petitions which had caused so It was ordered to be printed. ' much excitement, were both hoaxes, got up House. A ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 February 1837

veur publish below, the President's letlriftoMo yp M cvery'prejH'r focilfiy turnlshcl Exlcf if L,i,trrom a BcntUVmKh. . -.-.n,iitin. tvliieh . lint nt.lfnrthaa mirnntit .. ... ,.. . . ... r .... ' , . , , .tejtigaung I Vi" r"T" , ., uni m uii tiaj, iiw . t..n alluded to in llie papers. j sir, su:iii at latl iW" ..,...!.! t or, it7 charges, anil that you ui 5-. I received on the evening of the 24th . .!nf"vour teller covering a copy of cer- .resolutions, purporting to havd been a j i,v committee of the House of Rep- 'ft bt yoinvill lay More that commit-"V- i.Llv. which I hasten to mnke. jin M 'pers bylhe published, proceedings r House of Representatives, thai the JLitecof which you are chairman, wus WS on your motion. The solution ?kJ -nn. nnd finally adopted by the ? ?.'. ... raised a JireCt iisue with that part of ' ., null message, iu which I held the fol EhTSgu.geNBefore concluding this r think it due to the various executive EE rlmcnts to bear testimony to the prosper, ! .condit...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 February 1837

. . PAY TUB PH1NOT," Here cd'titcft wintei', here comes winter, , " 'iUorm's of hnil-ntid snow and s"(cct, Pity tlie Prinjcr.pay the Printer, ' Lot him warm his hands nqdleet. Here comes winter, here comes winter, Whitening every liill and TnU-i Pay the Printer, pay the Printer," Send your money by1 ihd.tnail,' Tay thu Printer, pay, ,tlio Printer, All remember bis just due, , In cold winter, in colcliWintcr He wants cash us voll;ns you. Merry winter, merry winlcr, ' It will be, if nil do right, t Pay the Printer, pay the Printer; Do the thing that is polite. Happy winter, happy winter,. Hark the jirigling of the bells :. To the Printer, to the Printer, What sad tales their music tells 1 Ah! poor Primer! all 1 poor Printer! Your subscribers frolic all, In tlie winter, in the winter, But ne'er think of you at all ! A llerolutionary Heroine. In tlio U. S, Nouseof Representatives, on tlie.31.et ult, Mi Wurdivell, from llio Committee on Revolt I niinrv Pensions. remitted a bill trrulilll...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 February 1837

it Ji t. in- BRATTLEBQRO, Vt. FEBRUARY 24, TsT. ,gl,liihcleryrriiyi s. . if.m n,iil,l!n2. ncarlr oppo.ite i Hinge iiui.i...-. . . i . Two Dollari ' ' " . .I.I. ... fit Hill ... .tin rcceito me" fr-p ,o paper uuiim.- ' M.nmuliii iiieiHiii"" i..t man -" . ......r JOB PRINTING neatly 11 .lif- -- . . ..... .n. on mocieniic ierw. Cliuto a year, ullic until or liliilier. wilt not penlh of a iuowiur. .mii rVTIIinT- . . .i..i..l 1 was away from home . . .k illttl I uua uniti m.M... ..v...v down Buds irnished iliitiulci v ; ration. moth irders old immediately Cmfl i ne n " i . ,. nrri'm nuriv. . - ntiii ini rooms iu ..inaecom noiliue u siti' v hocked to seethe family so unsy, and j ! 1 1. I n I n r n I nrni fill inn. iiunn . . i .1. iipn..'i in m 17 J In . 10 ue UiaitOM-- M 'J . i .. nimm nir i i Minn " " o o . ,..,m enrrffv. vi muii, mv uiu ..i..nm i pi . in n ice oi mv iiiuiuer. miiLi iiiiwi"-i 1 . . . . -n.Annl itiwl nrMisprl Inn i ..- lii-pn in the houses oi detll ud thought we ought ull...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 February 1837

V EOR I C IV T I II CB IV IX. drXttledoiio, Vt. Friday forhlng, February 21, 1837. tfvttj rw li nvi.iri-i inm mil m Tittjae 1 "We lihvo nlao conversed with on "eminent Demflcrllc Lawyer" to whoiri the Phtbnix ( ll'tiflcd a week or two since, nnu no says mat i.hh!i tiroiid of hsvlnir been the means of en a1 -nbling the learned pundit who conducts that luminary to give birth to three very pithy and Vefy original paragraphs!' He- should apply forthwith to tho "Typographic Company" and have them stereotyped." Democrat. - For the benefit of tho readers of the Demo crat, we heartily wish we could reciprocate tho j favor. They must bo suffering amusingly for want of the commodities referred to, "pithy and original paragraphs") and wc would al most go a pilgrimage on foot to Wilmington, that they might enjoy such a rarity. As for us we huvn no occasion for stereotypes having a sufficient variety for our paper; but tho old saying is, "set a rogue to catch a rogue," and we shrewdly suspect fr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 February 1837

Monday, Ffe. TM EMIGRANT INDIANS. .Momba, F. ld. cotkjgf th.I4kHf, who ar moving to u. Davis from the committee . , I r , """"a? ,u St!,AT;fee reported a bill to make Jer f f is from a letter writ- nort of entry. The bill relative tti-fcy a gentleman m "the far wort,'' to his nort ot entry. uu tii Ti office was read, amended nnd friend in Arkansas, Date11 u" , itii.- ... I !br.;L crossed. Mr Walker mov4 December 25. 1830. "v i . pnorossed. Mr vvaiKer raof ' "So up h's resolution for acktiowledg There are now arriving at Fort Gibson ' L Independence of, Texas. The mo- and on the road between that, place and the '?g ',iiu-tralivcd, yeas 12, hays d. I no MissiMippi river, near fourteen thousand The mo- and on the road between that, place and the u-aim-Kalivcu, yeas i. iiujra miwissippi river, near lotirteen thousand mi In increase the Military establishment. Creek Indians, under course of removal by i ,in the numerical force to 12,000 the Government or the U. S, to thoir new ""..f.AMnt...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 February 1837

NiHfcrii j..1 rj-' 'Cash. W.e must suggest totho advocates of the superior-value or specie over puper, that thev should seiul neeuts to correct the heonli! of the South And West, who have nil of .them fallen iiilo sad mistakes on thi point. In Savannah for instance, a paper droft on Now York for 8100, payable ten days after it gets here, and then in nothing hut nnnnr. will nctuallv sell for a hundred und one silver dollars. It is a shanie that people should be so imposed upon. Specie has real, intrinsic value. It is the constitu tional currency : it is tho available etirrcn ev : in short, it is real cash. Paper has no value. It is a there representation of some - i..r..- i!....ir "Vi it. ..l.. tiling, uuiug iiocii Hunting, t m ptujnw in Savannah huve become so crazy, that for this nominal something but real nothing, they are paying away Jackson gold and sil ver; not dollar for dollar merely', but n spe cie dollar and a copper cent to boot, for a paper dollar. We appeal to Col. Bento...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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