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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 April 1866

ptrtttwitatt Jill warn VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. BUKLINGTON, VT FEIDAY MORNING, APRIL 20 I8G0 NUMBER FORTY-THRFE CEO. W.ii n. C. BENEDICT, EDITORS ASn TBOrn'riORS. FRIDAT MORNING APRIL 0. 16G0. The Fi.v.necans. There is a fresh stir in the Fenian circles, and in Her Majesty's pro vince. It seems that tho terrible Fenians propose, as has of late been freely stated, to seize the island ol Campobello. belonging to New lirunswiek, off tbe mouth of the Pas simaquoddy Bay, and there inaugurate the Irish Republic. The followin dispatch to the New Vork Herald, from Eastport, Mc, just opposite Campbcllo, has a belligerent air : Eistpobt, April 10. Uommnnication between St. John and the western towns on the ISritish tide was de stroyed last night by th Fenians. The gar rison at Cam o Rello has been incrcased.and ku engaged yesterday in throwing up earthwork. The Fenian oonention is now sitting. The hotel and boarding house arc crammed with bcni-ins arrived Iroui New York to-day. Tbe in...

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 April 1866

VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 520 I860 NUMBER FORTY-TUB I, 3 CEO. W.L G. C.BENEDICT, xorroas aiio racrRirrcas. FBIDAT MORNING APEIL 20. 1EIG. THE WEEELT FREE I'll ESS. Tar BmtunCTox Witm Farx Priss Si pnp HfLrd every Friday morning, and contain tie latest Dews report! of Burton markets ul Cam briar Cattle Market -, fall State, County and locml lntellirenee ; well selected Miscellany. Ac, Ic No care and outlay will be spared to make It a re Halle, Interesting and valuable family journal. The circulation of the Frie Pre; s ezeecda tint of any ixprr ia the region, and It If, therefore, an unrivalled medium for advertisers. We deciie to lire additiocal attention to the Il eal f r of the varltns ten ns In this and adjoining Counties, in which oar Weekly has a namerons clr eolation, and thill esteem It a faror if our readers will forward ul in; items of interest. Tkbus or the Weielt Fait Patss .per year $1 In advance, and if not strictly in advance,...

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 April 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MOENING. APRIL 20, 1866. If there is discrepancy in the testimony of witnesses , you can consider the character - . " . . . Lf-V. 1 ? Af of both parties, to ccicrminc huicu uuc v conduct is likely to Lave been the one really taken. Tbe Court also charged the jury iw rc- qaestcd by the 10th of -Mr. r rencn s pomis, Faying " this proposition is also correct ; proof of guilt muft 1! established beyond doulit, not captious but reasonable doubt. And this in regard to all the facts; the vvliolo case must be made out.' The good charactir of the respondent may always be considered. The question fur the Jury is one of facts, to decide whether this man is guilty of crime or what crime: and in considering whether it be murder, it's to be remembered tliatan act may be dune hastily ,and yet delib erately. If the respondent after the blow in Li fjee, shut his door, went alter his gun, came back and orcning the door again fired, it if a question whether the ac...

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 April 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 20 1866. prisE of which waj broken. If he knew the j 2l7.? TrTvJ- l. ... . ,v. Ttned without eSbrt? Thirclf , u to the purpose of the deed. Was it murder or robber;! How common are the case of as occupant aroused by robber! in his home, and shot or (track eenseless when he. on dertakes to protect his property ! This is the wav in which these bonrlan accomplished their ends. If the purpose in this case was murder, I wnj not stop with murder I The natural lan guage ef the facts is that robbery was the man's purpose, and murder only the incident ; and if so we most acquit Potter of connection with it; for it is absurd to suppose that be should end a man to Real the property, which afforded the chief motiTe for getting rid of the old lady. Bat the State tells you the robbery might h&Tt been committed to disguise the transaction. In such a case all doubts are on the side of the ac cosed, and you will take away no man's life on "mig...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 April 1866

Conol7 C!eti Pit vlt if iff rtf 1 BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 27 I8G6 NUMBER FORTY-FOUR VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. Poetry. I"r the Tree Pres. iijlc Shall Drink of the ItrnnW in tlic Wny." My spirit thirsts for purer streams. Than e'er from earthly fountains stray; My epirit thirsts, and I would drink, From living streams that flow for aye ! Through desert wastes and burning etnds. Aweary, faint, and sad I stray. To tltkc ray thirst I wander on, To Sod the brook that's in the way The stream the holy prophet! saw. So full ami always flowing free, Where crery one who thirsts may draw Frssh cooling draughts, nor fainting be. From pleasant streams, from wayside rills. From babbling fountains sparkling gay. Too long I sought my cup to fill, Nor found the brook that's in the way. The cop from which I sought to quitfj My fill of joy. in eager baste. Oft slipp'd from out my trembling grasp. Nor satisfied my longing taste. And oft I tamed m rain to find, A source from whence ra...

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 April 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 27 186G. GEO. W.fc C. CHEN EDICT, editors akd rEorEinons. FEIDAT MORNING AFRIL 27. 18CC. THE WEEKLY FREE I'RESS. The Bskuxgtox Wiiilt Free Tbiss It pup llshed eTtry Friday- mornlns, nd contains the latest news rtport cfBorton markets and Cam brldre Cittle Market ; foil State, Coanty and local Intelligence ; well (elected Sliscellany, ic, 4c. No care and outlay will be spared to make It a re liable, Interesting and valuable family Journal. The drcalatlon of tic Knit I'RESS exceed that of any paper la the region, and it U, therefore, an nnrivalled medium fur advertisers. We anut to give additional attention to the to eit xrir of the virions towns In this and adjoining Conntie., in which our Weekly hai a numerous cir culation, and thall esteem it a favor if cur reader: will ftrwardlus ny items of interest. TiBMSorTHE Weiklt Fbu Fbiss per year J2 is advance, and If not strictly in advance, $2.50. Foe Subscribers. We enclose in this we...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 April 1866

THE BUELINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. 18GG. APRIL 27, P Sew Publications. An American Dictionary of tbe English Language. By "cun Weestib, LL. D. ThoroosUlj revised and greatly enlarged aii improved, by Cuackcev A. Porter, D. I)., and Xoaii Poriee, D. D. Spring 6eld, Mire. : G. &. C. Mcrriam. Tbi is tbe celebrated Webster's Diction ary, Iatt edition a ponderou" Quarto'of 1767 ffi'ef, much culurgcd from tbe "una bridged and illustrated," and improved in many resjiccts. It needs but a hasty inspec tion of its jircface to tbis edition to satisfy the render that a vat amount of intellectual labor, from men eminent in literature and science, not only of our country but of Karipe aleo, hat, been embodied in tbis last edition, to make it superior to all which k , r .. , , nave cone before it TK mmaiiu 1ia nn. a nrjj -- dergooe a thorough revision ; definitions have been corrected and better syotematized; tlie illustrative citations, are inorc copious and take a much wider rang...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 April 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. APRjj 27 1866. Religious Intelligence. .'Iiirtj-onc porsona recently united with Congregational chnrch at Waitefield, Vt' iuite a revival u in progress in the village Newport, Vt. ; feveral have united with Congtrgational church, the vaiious vcr meetings arc fully attended, and ij are interested. revival ia in progress in the church jr tLe pastoral charge of Kcv.X.MiMlIe 'lattfbtirgh. Twenty conversions are re ed. ie reliiiiius interest in the Academy at iden. X 11.. i increasing. - huii.irfii canvorsiuss at HufJUu, N. rt iirtod; three hundred nd City at Iivrt, X. y. Be hundred and twenty-five tMtsviiis ed tLe I'ru-liWcrian churches at Auburn, l"., 4in tie Crft inn. uriag tl'e fifteen rears the Luitar 1 of East Uton have had regular prayer ooMcvenre uiteting9 every Frriley eve . Im sitiia EDtctings Air prajer, and tings, frwu Iwusc to house. A revivals . in jiruipffS there, in Rev. Mr. Cud-.-th"c church (Unitarian) with daily alines, wh...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 May 1866

!8 VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII BUELINOTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, MAY NUMBER FORTY-FIVE Poetry Jsliti Alcohol. John Aloobol, ray Jee, J aba. When first we were acquaint, I bail raoney in ray poeket. John, Bet now, yon know, I hain't ! I've spent it all in treating you. Because I loved you so; Bat mark bow yon have tmlal rat, John Alcohol, ray Jae ! John Aloobol, ray Joe. John. We're Imn too long together. Von must now take oae row!, Jsn, And I will take another ! For wc must tumble down, John, If band in hani we go. And I will have to foot your MBit, John Alcohol, my Joe. .VOT.vLOXK. I Open the window, darling, jom baa the sun beei high. And the .kylark sinks upon qatartag wings Far is the bright blue airy. Strange aad deep b the joy of sfeafi H bea the cares of day at flown. When we wholly forget lta feyer aad fret Not alone, ah, not alone. 11. Open the window, darling. Sweet the breath of day ; Though aught cam eclipse thy ruddy young lip. No sweeter in truth are they, tjolden bri...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 May 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 4, 1866. GEO. W.Jt G. C.BENEDICT, IMTOBi A3D rEOFSItrC(. FBIDAT M0BN1N0 MAY 4. 1EIG. THE "WEEKLY FREE PRESS. The BeauscTox Wkkxt Fbix Fstss li pop llshed every Friday morning, and contalcs tie latest news reports ef Boston markets acdCam bridze Cattle Market i fall SUte, Connty and local lntellljenee well selected Tillsecllsny, Sc., ic No care and ostlay will be sparel to make It a re liable, Interesting and valuable family journal. Tee circulation of tLe Fntr Tfiss exceeds that of any paper Ii the region, and it li, therefore, an unrivalled medium for advertisers. We desn to gire additional attention to the o 1 ot the Tarlcus Uwns in tlilj and adjoining Counties, tn which our Weekly has a numerous elr' eolation, and ihall esteem It a favor I" our readers will : rw:rd;us iny Items of Interest. Tms ortsa Wiiixt Pro Pittss per jear (2 In advance, and If not strictly In advance, $-'.50. W hat is Coming. The set of the cuncnt at Washing...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 May 1866

THE BUELINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1866. Xews Items. The Trov firemen are getting luxurious One of their engine houses has been furnish ed with a tine piano. Miss Dickinson is going to get married jnc is in advance oi most jouuk ""'"i Jo not usuillj lecture till after marriage, Two young men in 1 rov, X. Y., while serenading irjouDg lady, were badly scalded by enraged papa's throwing hot water upon tnem- A partv of reconstructed guerrillas fired into the tent of a circus at Crittenden. Kv.. one night last week, alter being refused free aduiiRion. Ihrcc performers were killed ux! fcTcral of the audience wounded. A young Prussian officer lately died whose lean was on bis right side, with the liver on the Iclt and other internal organs corres- r.n imgly reversed. He had always enjoyed go-d health, and died ol typhus fever. &n exchange says that within a month after the openinc of the New York Inebri ate Asylum over fifteen hundred applications were made by wealth...

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. — 4 May 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 4 1866. Religious Intelligence. The Vt. 51. . Conference closed on Yftd ntsday. Among the subjects; of most earnest discission in the conference, was tbe location of tbe new Conference Seminary, and the Christian Messenger. A proposition was made til transfer tbe subscription list of tbe Messenger to Zion's Herald. A committee reported, recommending the continuance oi the paper in tbe hands of the present pub lisher, and the employment of nn editor bj the conference. Tbe wbolo subject was finally (Impied without action. A Com mittee ol 15. complied of tbe Pre-iding Elder, and une prtacbtr and one lnyman from laeli . strict, were appointed Coniuii- Moner t- l.tcate tLe Conference Seminary witbiu three muntlis.it tbe place oflcrinj; the lest ii.dun niinte. TLe mm of 3,020 was apprn riatitl fumus-ions in Vermont. The li.lluu'inj: arc the appointment for the l!c.;.i!it.ni District and ajtne of the . principal ftatiotis iu the St. Albans...

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. — 11 May 1866

BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 11 I8GG VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. NUMBER FORTY-SIX I Poetry From theEveaing Transcript,! Wanted a Minister. We have'betn without a pastor Some eighteen mentbs or more. And though candidates are plenty We've had at least a score; All of Ibem "tip-top" preachers, Or so their lettets ran We'n-just as far as ever From settling on the mi. The first who came among us IS; no mans wm tne worst. Bat then e didn't think of him Became he leas the first; It being quilt tbe custom To sacr.tice a fcw, Befoie the church iu earnest Determines wbat 10 do. Here was a smart yoWDg fetttw, n itb Mnms earnest way, Who. but for one great blutitfer. Had surely won the day ; M ho left M good an impression, On Monday one or to Went round among the people To set if be wonkl do. The picas, godly portion. Had not a fau.t to find : lib clear and Marching preaching 1 hej thought the very kind; And all went p month and pleasant Until tbey heard the views Of Kttue InttarLtl...

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. — 11 May 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 11 186G. GEO. V. Jt C. G. BENEDICT, echoes and rnorstETCES. FRIDAT MORNING MAY 11. lelG. THE WEEKLY FREE 1'KESS. The Bceujotos TTiiklt Free Peiss U pup llsied every Friday morale;;, an! contains the litest news; reports or Boston markets and Cam. trfde CtUe Market , fall State, County and local intelli;enee ; well selected Miscellany. Ac- lc" No care and outlay Kill be spared to rraie It a re liable, interesting and valuable famil) journal. Tbe circulation of tl.e Fsic Patss exceeds Uiat of any paper la the rejion, and It the rfc'sre, an unrivalled medium foradrertiserf. We deinc to give addltlccal attention to the lo- ttl mit of tie varices towns In tblsani adjoining Counties, in which cur Weekly bu a numerous cir culation, and thall esteem It a lavr,r If oar readers will ferward.ni any Items of interest. Ts5ofTHiWrfi:LTFBtiPnrs per jear $J in advance, aad If not strictly In advance. M. President Johnson nml People. the Southern 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. — 11 May 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY 11. I860. .rfeniu Ward Anion;: the I'Milau. To Hove, April, 1SC0. Ttc Iinicti ejnveencdm oar gwn the other ni-ht, and tonic step ford frecm Ire land. They met into the Town Hall, and by tho kind invite of my nabcr, .Mr. Mulroo ny O'Shaiislinev. whose ancestors at least must hare had Irish Hood in their vanes, I went over. " Vou mav not U awair, by the way, that I've bin a "invalid licre to borne for fev'ril arrets. And itV all owin' to jny own im-rrnd.n--. Xct fsclin' like catin' a full meal when the cars rtopped for dinner, in the South, where I litely wa.?, 1 went into a Rrrterftter, and ct 20 hard hiled cp. I think tbey cuectca my liver. My wife says, po. po. She ras l'e got a ej lendid liter fur a man of my time of life. I've heard of men's livers graduonlly wattin' away till they hadn't none. It's u dredlul thine: when a man's liver gitee him the t-hake. 1 wo years eotum this .May, I liad a tack ol fever-'n-acer, and liy the "...

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. — 11 May 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 11 1866. Religions Intelligence. Okdixatio.v AND Installation at AYixoos kl The Ordination or Rev. L. II. Elliott, and hia installation as pastor of the Congre gational Church at Winooski, took place on the 2d instant The Council was organ ized by the choice of Rev. E. LL Bvington of Windsor, as Moderator, and Rev. II. A. P. Torrcy of Vcrgcnncs, as Scribe. After a thorough and satisfactory examination of the candidate, the council took a recess till 2 P. SI. Re-assembling alter dinner, the following exercises were held : Invocation and Reading of the Scriptures. Rev. S. 31. iVTiiting of the Baptist Church of Colchester ; Introductory Prayer, Rev. E. E. Ilrrrick of Colchester ; Sermon, Rev. E.II.Ryington of Windsor; Ordaining and In stalling prayer, Rev. J. K. Converse of Bur lington ; Charge to Pastor. Rev Austin Ilazcn of Jericho ; Right hand ol Fellow, shin, Rev. G. R.SaDord of Burlington ; Ad drcs to the Pnoplc, Rev. S. L. Bates ...

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. — 18 May 1866

County cieri VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII BURLIN'GTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 18 I8(JG NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN Poetry Tooionitcnv. be would start up in sudden alum, as sat- i RemoTe immediately all the evacuations I Ieious whispers near tlie house reached his from jour room?, scald all the utensils used 1 care, or what secrncd the sound of footetcn?. or di-infert them win, r.t,i,;,i ..r ii, . or tuc noise 01 s macs and pickaxe from an I Fcald, rUo' your soiled clothin t H. W. LOXOFrLLOft. lis late at night, and io the rmlm cf sleep Mr little lambs are foHl lite the flocks; From room to room 1 br the wakeful clocks Challenge the passing hour, like guard' that keep Their solitary watch on tower and steep; Far off I hear the crowing of the cocks. And through the opening door that time un locks Feel the fresh breathing of To-morrow creep. To-morrow ! the mysterious, unknown guest. Who cries aloud .- "Remember Barmecide, And tremble t, be happy with the rest." And I make answer : "I am sat...

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. — 18 May 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY 18 186G. GEO. W.ti G. G. BENEDICT, ICH0B3 asd rnorsirrcRs. FRIDAY MORNING MAY 18. I6LC. THE WEEKLY FREE PRESS. Tnc Kcruscto-X VfiisiT Frce Tbi-m Is pnp lltbe4 every Friday morning, ana contains tha latest news i reports or Boston marlets and Cam bridge Cattle Market rail SUte, County and local lntellijenee i well selected Miscellany, Ac, it No care and outlay Kill Le sparel to make It a re liable, Interesting and valuable famili juurnal. The ciroalation or tbo FrttE Tress exceeds that ofanv paper la the region, and it is, therefore, an unrivalled medium for advertiser. We desire to give additional attention to the -tal ,u-oftLe varie.ua towns In this and adjoining Counties, in which our Wcclly bai a Dumerocs cir culation, and (ball esteem It a favor If our readers will ferwardns any Items of Interest. Trass. crTnaWriKLT Fan Truss ier jear 2 In advance, and IT cot strictly In France, il.Sfl. .Massachusetts firm lor Prohibition, The ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 May 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 18 186G. The IUbeas Coeits Act. The President tas sicDcd the amendatory habeas corpus bill which provides that orders of the President, Secretary of ! War or Military commanders of Departments fholl be sufficient defence seizure tiarcli, arrest, fur or imprison ment dotie by anyfofficcis uider euch orders during the rebellion Oram's Fukehciit Hon. Mr. Shclla Urgcr, of Ohio, recently sent the following letter from Gen Grant to tbo clerk's desk U l read, calling attention to the fact that ,t ns i-cnnod nearly a month before Presi dent Lincoln's emancipation proclamation : VicKSBrno, Mim., Aug. 30, 1602. "Dear Sir: The people or the North need mt quariel over the institution of slavery. What Vice President Stephens ac knowledges the corner stone of the Confederacy re airesuy KnocKm out. Slavery already dead cannot be resurrected. It would take a stand ing army to maintain slavery in the Pouth if we were to make peace to-day, guaranteei...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 May 1866

THE BUELINGT ON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 18 186G. Religious Intelligence. Rev. Itojal Parkinson, late of Randolph, has become acting Factor ol tbc Congrega tional church at Milton. The Board of Directors of tie Baptu Convention ol Vermont, also of the North ern Educational Union, will meet at Cnce tcr. May 10. at one o'clock P. M. Nine persons united with the Corgrcga tional church in Middlcbury last Sabbath, three on profession of faith. Last Sabbath, May Ct'i, was a memorable day with the Presbyterian Congregational Church, in Cbamplain, X. 1"., uuder tho charge of Itcv. J. Coptlano. Ntntty per sons united with tbc church by profeeeiori of their faith, and scren by letter. Of tbotc, who united by profession, twenty-four were heads of families; forty-one were miles, forty-nine were females. Sixty-four wfrro from the Sabl ath School. Fifty-nine were baptised, eleven of whom preferred to re ccive the ordinance bv imtnrrion. and the rite was administered in tlx ,t. by Rev, ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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