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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 22 May 1844

H. BELL, EDlTOR AND PKOPRIETOR. TER.MS OF NINTII VOLUME. Villasc Bubjcribcrs 82 00 Mail fubscriber 2,00 Individualj and Companic who lake at tCc ofiico $l'75or 150 cents ifpaid in six months. Those wlio talvc of Postridcrs . . .S2.00 II not paU at ibeend of the ycar 2, 25 No papcrs discontinued untH arrearaj;es are paid esccpl at tlie oplion oftlie proprictor. So payrocr t to drricrs albwcd except ordcred by tlic proprie or. All communicalions mmt bo ad.lrcsscd to tlio c d tor Tost Faid. MISCELLANEOTJS. 0 MBSftM BMU irnadL nr ATHANIEL nAWTnORSE. Not acreat while ago, while passing through thc gate ofdreams, I visited that region of tlie earth in which lics the famous city of Dcstructiou. It intcrcstcd mo mucli to Icarn, that, by the ptiblic spirit of some of tho in habitants, a railroad has reccntly bcen cstab lishcd betwcen this populous nnd flourishing town, and the Ccleslial City. Ilaviugajittle time upon my hands, I resolvcd to gratify a Hberal curiosity by having a trip thillic...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 22 May 1844

FOEEIGN KEWS FOREIN NEIV5. ARRIVAL OF TFIE HIBEUNIA. The f.tearaship Ihbernin, nrrivcd nl Boston, ycsterday, nt 5 12 P M. By Expreau, we received lhi- morning. at 1-4 bcfore 6, a copy of Wilraer t Smith's Europenn Times of llio 19th ult. from whicli we innke our tnmmnry. 'I'lie nows is not of special imporlnnce. Death ofthe last ofthe Stuarts.Ohi Jnmi's Stuart, comtnntily known by the oarae of Jemmy Slrenglh, dted on Thurs. day mo.-ning tho lllh.nged 110. Uis clealh was causGd by sn injurv which lie roceivud from a full. A contidcrablc degree of languor Iias pervaded our mcrchnntile inarUcU the past for!.ni"bt, parlieulnrlr williia the pas! wcek. Cotton hn.H becn much atTeclcd i bv the ncw3 broutiht frnm Iho Unitcd Siatesby thestcamer Caledonia, and pri cesthavo declined 1 Sd. to 3-ld. pcrlb In othcr American pruduco thero is httl that callsfor coiument. Parliamcnt met nfier the Eastnr bol lidays on Mondny, and thc popular branrh ofthc legislature hns since cngaged 10 the considernt...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 22 May 1844

s :.,v,- mnttitnde a.sornhled.and probably in clu'des 'only the apFointod delegatcs, and not one half of tnem. unio, we -ic uuuuucu UJ somo of our oivn delegatcs, was rcprcsented livSnfl i-allantWhi-S.l The earry liour at which the count took place, and tho titter impcssibility of tlie del Lrnt;n..a r-liinT iti tinie the points indica- ted for them. lv reason of the dense niass of people which fi'Ucd tho strcets, ibat not more Jha'i one half of the "delegatcs from many of thcStatcs wcre outhe groundwnen me cum.i rras inade, THE BONDS THE BONDS. After so nmch amunition has bccn spent mouihed politicians in firmg atpban toms we nowcivc a truc vcrsion ofthe whole nfair from which the bonds oris'inatcd; and n-e dcfv thc contradiction of the inaterial facts which are comparod in the fullowing sUlcmeut tai;en from a reliable sourcc. At ihs session of 1641, in a discu3sion on tho rcmoval of 1'lair aud Rives, r.s pr'.ntersof tho Senate, Mr. Clay look occaiou to give Blair just such a casuga...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 22 May 1844

WBIGIIT & BUSII, ARE now rccciving a gencral assnrf mentof NEW GOODS, suited lo tlic wants of tbe communily.uhicli with tlie f lock on hin d, is :ntenilcd to crobracc every article desircd by our customcrs, among uhich will be found various XEWSTYI.ES of goods, fur bidies drcsscs, sucli as: Aahprincs, orgnndies. Dclaincs, mU5lina, launs &c. &c. Bonncts and Kihbons a great varicty. Cloths and CaSsimercs alargcstock. Summcr cloths ofccrysljle and nriee. llardirare. Crockcrv and Glass irarc, Drtijrs and llcdicines, Groceries, Paints, Oil, Iron, Slecl, Nails, GUss, Dry Fish.Salinon, Salt Flour, Window Sash, &c. i. Tbcir ttock m fact, cmbraces cvcry article uiuallr called for in thi3 scction of the couniry, li!cli will hnml.l fnrrradvnav. or annroted ercdll in all cascs ni Inw ns ran be nrocurcd in llie county. and Icss where tlic cost nill Karrant it. Shoreham, May 10, 1S44. 2 IRON. nr i.n, eI.t. Knll Hdus. Ilorse thocs. Nails. Emlish. Gcrman east and spring Stcclfor eal...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 29 May 1844

H . BELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMSOF NINTII VOLUME. Village sub-'cribcrt $2 00 Mail Eubscribers, . - - . 2,00 Individuals and Compinies uho take at the office $l'75or l'oO cents ifp:iid in six monlhs. ThoJe who takc of PostriJers . . .$2,00 If not paid at llieend of the year 2 25 fio papera discontinned uniil arrearapes are paid excepl attitf option ofthe proprietor. A'o paymcr.t to CArriersallowedcxceptordtred bjtUe proprie tor. All communlcationsmnstbe addresscd totheed itor Post Paid MISCELLMEOUS. ir&c3L BT WATHASIEL HAWTnOBSE. Concluded. At the end ofthe Valley, as John Bunyan mcntions, is a cavcm, where iu his days, dwelt two cruel giauts, Pope and Pagan.who had strcwn the grouud about their residence with the bones ofslaughtercd pilgrims. Thcse vile old troglodytes arc no longer thcre; but Into their descrted cave anothcr terrible giant lias thrlist himself, aud makes it his business lo seize upon lionest travellcrs, and fat them forhistable with plentiful mcals of smo...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 29 May 1844

boili tha duty and tho profit and commissions ca the capital rcquired to beadvanced forthe payment of tha duty. But experieuce is to tbe contrary, and you cau scarcely cite an instnncc in the history of any country, whose industry 13 iinshackled and unrcstricted by Goverument, where a protectivo duty has not been gpeedily followed by an lmprovement m thc quantity, and a reduc.tion in the price, of the articles protected; and ot this you iiave numcrons illustrationsin ths course of this dc- bate. The immediarc e:Ttct of llie manufac tured article at the place of production, the furcisn manufaclurersubmitting to a diminu- tion of his profits, fortlie sake of rctaining the market. At ths same moment, domestic es tab idimenls arc growinz up, aud by thc donble competition of tliese with cach otlicr and the foreign produccr. .1 furtherreduction of prices, accompauicd by an improrcmcnt in quality, soon follows. Various causescou- cur to produce thisimprovemcut in qualily of Amcncau manufac...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 29 May 1844

t.oa, and for ilus kenious dclinquency the soutbern hchnsincn of the party are ready to throw hiia overboard. But the Northern leaders will forbid the crucl sacrificc. "27ie uscd up man," is still the most available can- didatc. Tlie ant'i-tariffnullifier can'nevcr sc- cure nortlicra oes. Cass his showu himself a merc political Irimmcr and Cem- modcre Stcwart is 110 statcsman. Buch- anan is no go, out of Pcnnsylvania. But it is a raattcr of vcry little tnomcat to the whigs Witli Hcnry Cl.iy they can Lcatan) man, man, Of thc Van KurcncLui." Lettees o.n Assesatios. Besidesthose or Mr. Clay aud Mr. Van Buren, we have others from Col. Johuson, Commodore Stcwart, Levi Woodbury, and thfcone iu our papcr of to-daj-, from Gcn. Cass. AH these meu aro locofocos of the first watcr. All are in favor of annexation. All have mouut- cd a bobby which will east its riders to the moles aud bats. The day is past when south crn iuflucnce can ride rough sliod ovcr the Union. Thefate which awaits these m...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 29 May 1844

PORT FRANKLIN. A. B. & R. M. CHIPMAN, ARE receiving from BostoD, an cntiro new stock of seasonable Comprising a complete assortment of Broad Cloths, Cassmiercs, Summer Cloths, Araer ican Prints, Alpines, Balzarines, Orgamlic, Sciudia, Gro De Valence, Para'sians, Crape Nemour, Crape & M. De Laincs, rrinted Lawns, Monteith Checks, Gro De Naples, Gro De Swiss and Bonnet Silks, Ribbons, Laces. Gimp, Cords, Vcstings. Gro De Lon don, Thibet Plain and l'laid De Laine, Stri ped and fig'd Cashmere Shawls, Cravats, Florence and Straw Bonnets, HatsrCaps, Boots, Shocs, Gaiters, half Gaiters, Slips, &c. &c. Brown and Sea Island Cottons from 6 1-4 to 11 cts. AIso Molasses from 25 to 34 cts, P. II. & N. O. Sujrars from 6 1-1 to 0 cts. CofTee 10 to 12 1-2, II. S., Y. H. & O. II. Teas 32 to 75 cts. Nails $5 Tobacco &c. &. A general assortment of Crockery, Glass and Hardware, Mcdicincs, Oils and Paint. Iron and Stcel, Fish, Salt, Flour, constantly on Iiand at a small a...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 5 June 1844

II. BELL, EDITOR AND PROPR1ETOR-TERMSC-F NINTII VOfcUME. Vlllage juliscribcrt 2 00 .. ,, . i :i . nn lndiviJunls and CotBpames who lake at tlie officc Sl'75or 1'30 ccnts ifpaid ia six inoutlis. Tlio'c wlio t.ke of Postridcra . . .S2.00 l( not paid at ilicend oftlic ycar 2, 25 No papers diseontinucd uulil arrearajcs are paid csxcpl atllie option oflhe proprictor. No paymci t to CMrriers allowcd rxccpt ordcreJ I'J tlie propric tor. All commiinlcallonsmustbcadilrcssed totliecd itor Post Paid. AflSCELLAKEOUS. 'But why dou t you ect marricd ' said a bouncing girl.with alaughingeye.toasmooth faced, innoccnt looking youth wlio blushed up to tlie eycs at tlie questiou. 'Wcll, I ' said tht youth, stopping short with a gasp, and fixing his eycs upon vacan ry with a puzzlcd and foolisli cxprcssion. "'Wcll, go on; you what?' said thc fair cross qucstioner, almost impcrceptibly in clining ncarcr to the young inan 'Now jnst tell mc right straight out, you what?' 'Why, I O, pshaw! I don't know,' '...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 5 June 1844

Ai nandod. But in wbuse behalfis tbis pro is.::ion asked, and for what benefit are we c-illcd upou to sncrificc our own productive clatses? Wo learo from unquestionable sonrceg, that of ths importatious from Great Itritain sixty-five pcrcent. is on. British ac fotnit. Of those from France. and otber cnntineutial coumries, not lcss than eighty thrce per cent. is on foreigu aecount; and of course nearly the whole profit on tbis enor raaus proportion ofour tradc gocs 'nl ,De bands offoreigncrs. Slialr we legislate for ihe subjeets of Grcat Britr.iu and of France? Shall tbe foreign importer hiinsclf dclcrminc tho duty which he will condcsceud to pay? Are hisintercsts 10 Iie chiefly regarded inilic lcgislation of this llall? But were it olher iviso were tbe advantagcs of this great com rnerce tbe propcr gaiu of our ownciiizeus ts this objcct of tbe promotiou of trade worth not only its prcsnnt cost, but all tbe acrifices which are asked for it! Iu 1836 all m:n adaiidoned tiieir regular o...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 5 June 1844

IMPORTAnT DECISION Tlih METHODIST GENERAL CONFERENCE. Ti,r;nnrnl rnnforpnrp. oftlic Mctho- .?;. F.nUr.nnal Church. is noW in session il.vuwiw.. . tn the Yitv of New York. Thisbodv. it ln 11 ,. , J . .,, "' is we. known. is composcd ofa ccrtam - , , , i r.v. number of delegates Irom each ofthe an- nual 1 conference. of tbe Church ,and as- scmbles once in fonr years. As the rcp- is, num- . . hprino- in this countrv ovcr one mtllion ol memDcrs, ana exercismg, pa-'"" , , - - in the Southern and """y dom.nat.ng influencc, thc and pecuhar 'XllhX vhen those decisions and doings liaic a bearing on thegreatquestionsthatagitate Uie national niiiid. Four vears aco. at the session of the Gencral Coflference held in Baltimotc.the qncstion of Slaccry in the Church gave rise to a "reat dcal of discusssion and no little cxcitemcnt. The question camc up ngain at this confcrcnce, in the manner dctailcd in thc subjoincd arttcle, which wbich ve takc from thc Tribune of Fri day. The decision we regard a...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 5 June 1844

CHIPMAN, ARE receiviug froui Boston, an cutirc new stock of scasonable BUY CrOOBS. Coniprisiiig a couiplele assortment of Rroad, Cloths. Cassimcres. Sutmncr Cloths, Amer- ican Prints, Alpines. Balzarines. Orgnndic, A. U. & It. M. Sciudia, Gro De Valence, Paraisians, Crape rCqucsiciI to cal and examinc beftrc pur Neniour, Crapo & M. Dc Laincs, I'riulcd chnsing clscwhcro. Lawns, Montcith Checks, Gro Dc Naplcs. IRA STEWART. Gro Dc Swiss and Bonnct silks, Ribbons, Laccs, Gimp, Cords, Vestiugs. Gro Dc Lon lou, Thibct l'lain aml I'laid De Lainc, Stri pcd and fig'd Cashiiicra Shawlj, Cravats, ' Florence and Straw Bonncts, Ilats, Caps, lloots, Shoes, Gailcrs, lialf Gaitcrs, Slips, &c. &c. Brown and Sca Island Cottons froin G 1-1 to 11 cts. ALo Molasscs from 25 to 31 cts, P. R- & N. O. Sugnrs from fi 1-4 to 0 cls. Colft-e 10 :o 12 1-2, II. S., Y. II. & O. II. Tcas 31 (o 7o cts. Nails Tobacco &c. &. A gcnernl assortment or Orockcry, Llass CM:re r;ght to makt an...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 12 June 1844

II: BELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF NI.S'TH VOLUME. rillage subfcribcrs, $2 00 Jlail -nbscribers 2 00 IadmduaU and Companici who lake at the office SI'"Jor 150 cents ifpaid insix momhs. Thi'e who take of Poslriilers . . .S2.00 11 nat "paid at iheend ofthe year 2, 25 So papers discontinued until arrearaes are paid i?ptatlhe option ofthe proprictor. No pajmei t to C-irriersallowed cxcept ordercd by ihjproprie lcr. All commnnicationsmustbe addressed totheed Itor Post Paid JflSCELLANEOU& Fromthe Portland Transcript. Skowinghsw materiaily ciTCumstances alter cases. Many years ago when Gov. Gore sat in the Executive chair of Massachusetls, Mr. B.. a substantial farmer in the good old town of Dracut, waschoscu amemberot theCouncil. While attending to his duties in tbat capaci ty, he was frequently invited to dine yiih the Governor, who nlwaystreated him with much liospitality and and urbanity. As some re turn for the Govenior'8 politeness, Mr. B. had Ioug meditated making him a p...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 12 June 1844

fici il does .not includc aU for wliich Mr. Van Hureu is responsible, cxclusivc of payrnents utttlie putilic debt. &c, because that Admiu istratiou incurrcd liabilities which the suc ceediiiE Whig Administration was bound to fulGf. Whcn Mr. Van Buren camc m thcre WMa surplus in the Treasury ''S to C"i-i JIc spcnt all this, and all tho accruiog fnnds. and left a debt, (deductmg a lialancc in the Treasury of 7,G 12,765 05 Shongthathcabsolutcry ' i ii th rofpimn whicli accrned un j,Im A.lmmistia'iou in other words, tnai his whole course ofcxpcnditure was prudigal and proffigate, coustantiy cxcceu.u3 cruing meaus. Aain: to the $112,713,590 .13 spent dur ing Mr. Van Burcn's fotir ycars we suonlU adJ the debt lcft of $7,(U5,75 95-inakm5 the total S110.S1G.276 33, aml avcragiug but atriflcsbortof thiHy miUiors a ycar. JLIio avcrage of the firstycarof llarriscn aml 1 ler i3 a fraction lcss than lieentyfivc mdlipns, khoiving aclearWhig saving of rive Mit- LIOSS A TEAK. rThePatriotthiuks ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 12 June 1844

raanuficturcr sustaiuod, the farmer is bcii efitted. And so closcly iutcrwovcn, is cv ery branch of busincss iti our country, that dcstroy one, and you to a ccrta'm cx tcnt destroy the wholc. Sustain one, and you thus contribute to maintain the wbolc. Nothing but the Tariff laid upon wool, cnablcs tlic farmer to realize a home mar ket for that nrticlc al a fair price. De Btroy il, and who buys his wool, unlesslie will sell it at from 1G to 20 cts pcr lb. FreeTrade destroysthis homc market.by pcrmitting the importation of wool, at prices which the Vermont farmer cannot comnele with. Strike down the manu- facturer, and you strike down the farmer, Says our Loco neighbor a TarilT is a lax upon the people. Yes we allow it is. But how does it work ? It makes a man pay 1 dolltff to get 3 dollars, and this depends rprv much unon what hc may buy. Somc j - live upon wlm' they makc themselves. Iu this case, they get the thrce doffars with- out paying out anything, if they havc a sur plus to sc...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 12 June 1844

A.B. & R.M. CHIPMAN, A"RE receiving rrora Boston, sd entire new sSock of seasonable Comprising a completc assortment of Broad Ciolhs, Cassimcres, Summer Clotbs, Amer ican Prints, Alpines. Balzarines. Organdic, Scindia, Gro De Valence, Pnraisians, Crape Nemour. Crapc & M. De Laines, Triutcd Lawns, Moutcith Chccks, Gro Dc Naples, Gro De Swiss and Bonnet Silk-, Ribbons, Laces. Gimp, Cords, Vestiugs. Gro De Lon doo, Thibet Plain and Plaid De Laiiic, Stri ped and fig'd Cashmere Shawls, Cravats, Flurence and Straw Bonnets, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, half Gaiters, Slips, &c. &.c. Brown and Sea Island Cottons from G 1-4 to 1 1 cts. AIso Molasses from 25 to 34 'cts, P. R. & N. O. Sugars from 6 1-4 to 9 cts. CoflTee 10 to 12 1-2, H. S., Y. H. & O. II. Teas 32 to 75 cts. Nails $5 Tobacco &c. &. A general assortment of Crockcry, Glass and Hardware, Medicincs. Oils and Paint. Iron and Steel, Fisb, Salt. Flour. constantly on hand at a small advance from Tro...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 19 June 1844

H . BELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF NINTH VOLUME. IHIIaje eubscribcrt S2 00 Mail Mibseribers. . 2,00 Individuals and Cotnpnies who take at the office $l'7oor 150 cents ifpaid In six monlhs. Tliore wlio take of Poslridera . . .2,00 II not paid at ibeend of the year 2, 25 Jo papers dueonlinned unlil arrearajes are paid escept atthe option ofthe proprietor. Ko paymei t to Cnrriers alloncd cxcept ordered bj tbe proprie tur. , AII comm'inications must be addressed to tbc ed- itor Post Paid MISCELLMEOUS. IIev. Gr.o. Pcxcuard, of Plymouth, N.H. now on a journey Soutb, for his health, in a lclter to tbe Cougregational Jouraal, gives the following intcresting description of New Orleans: Tbc City lics in a crcsent formedbend, along tho castcrn bank of theMississippi, on a plain, or marsb, sevcral fcet below tljchigb water mark of thc river. It ispreserved from inundation and dcstruction ouly by an em bankraentofcartb sevcral fcet bigb, callcd tlic Levee, which exteuds for Bcvcral hun dr...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 19 June 1844

TOLK ON TEXAS. JMr. Polk has wrilten anothcr letter about Tcxas, to an Immediate Annexation meeting in Carroll County. Ky. la thi let ter he says: "I iviilonly add that I regard thc question nfthe rc-nniiexation of Tcxas to the United States as sccoml in iniportance to no other public subject or qucstion which now cngages the public attention. In my judgtnent, thc present opportmiity should not be lost of be coming rc-uuitcd with a country from which ihe Uuited States should necr hnvcbeen sep arated." Does 'the present opportunity' mean tbc Tyler Treaty That is what we want to cet at. if possible. If it does, what right has Mr. Polk to Mr. Tvler's thundcr, aud nhat lias iic douc or w bat will he do in aid ofthat Treaty ? Tlio Loco-Focos arc rcally reduc td tc a most pitiablc extcmity forced to com mit peity Iarceny on Jolm Tyler and rob him of hii own darling Texas 'present opportuni ty,' and after all incapable of making any use of what they have stolen. It doks bcgin to iook as if...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 19 June 1844

WHIG STATE & KATIFICATION Capulets, neveragain to iufect the atmos CONVENTION, phere of the living with its deadlymias- At Burlington, Wednesday, June 2G, 13-14- Thc Whigs of the State of Vermont, (and nll others without regard to name.) who are Tfa Th;n3 part District Convention in favor of thc eltvatton ofHENRY CLAY ... . w.,r . i . j to the Presidency, aud TIIEODORE FRE- recently assetnbled at Williston, elevated LINGHUYSEN to tlie Vice Presidency of William II. French to the honor of being tlic United States, are r?quested to mcet in beat by Mr. Marsh in the third Congression Conveiuion nt Burlington, on WEDNES- a district. The Rev. Cyrus Prradle and that DvY the 2Clh of June, at 10 o'clock, A. M., ... , . D . for.hepurposeofnom-matingCaudidatesfor dismterested patnot Wm. P. Bnggs were State Ofiicers and Electors of President and present. But among other wann hearts on Vice President of the United States. ADd the ground, the name of the Ilon. Horatio n!sob confirm thc noinin...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 19 June 1844

smi-iiii A. B & R. M. CHIPMAN, ARE recciving from Boston, an cutire new slock of seasonable Comprisiug a completp assortment of Broail Ciotlis, Cassimeres, Summer CIollis, Aroer- 1Thich will be soM as low for CASH ascan ican Prints, Alpines. Balzarines. Orgaudic, ue bought in ihc coimtry. Tho Public aro Scindia, Orq De Valence, Paraisians, Crape rcquestcd to ca'l and cxamiue befure pur Nemour, Crape & M. De Laiues, Printed chasing clsewhere. Lawns, Mouteith Checks, Gro De Naplcs. IRA J3TEWART. Gro De Swiss and Bonnet Silks, Ribbons, I M:ty.Sth 18-14. iim fjrmn. nords.TcslinES. GroDeLon-l don, Thibet Plain and Plaid De Laiue, Stri- , neil and fiVd Lasnmere suams, uravais. Florence and Straw Bonnets, Hats, Uaps, Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, half Gaiters, alips, &c- &c. Brown and Sca Island Cottons from G 1-4 to 11 cts. Also Mulasscs from 25 to 34 cts. P. R. & N. O. fcugars Irom G 1-4 to 0 cts. Coflee 10 to 12 1-2, li. &., J Y. II. & O. II. Teas 32 to 75 cts. Aail...

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