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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 August 1840

' jn,(,,.,t l., . V E ft M If T VOX,. VI. BRATTLEBORO, tt. AUGUST 7,1840. NO. 49 ..tl...,l,, I... iluj.l.i. yjERMOJVT PIIOEJVIXi FUHMSItKn KTKltT rtCItiAY M0UN1N0, BT "VVM. jEJ. KYTHfclt. i i Advertisements conspicuously Inserted ot r)l,00 per square for 3 insertions, and 20 cents tor each subsequent insertion Lees than a square 76 cents for 3 insertions, anil 12 1-2 cents for each subsequent insertion. From the Wheeling Timet, July IG. HENRY CLAY AT WHEELING. Yesterday morning about eight o'clock, a gcnllettian arrived from Washincton, Pa., and mentioned to some one llint Air Clay wm at Washington on the preceding night. In n hour about one hundred persons were on horseback rind in carriages to meet him. Hn v8 met tit n. short distance from town in the singe. The procession, if such the hurried gathering might bo called, fell in the rear of the stage, and ciimc into town ut a brisk rate, stopping nt the U. S. Hotel. Here Mr Clay was waited upn by and in troduced to muny of our eftf...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 August 1840

M 1 1 mmLs SEE HOW THE PEOPLES MONEY GOES. HE GOLD SPOON STORY vPo the Editor of the Boston Atlas t Your renders will doubtless recollect thnt "while acting is ihe correspondent ol the At Ins, at Washington City lust winter, I was the first writer lor the public press thnl dlrcc ted the attention Of the American people to 'the oxtravagaiu furnituie of the President's House obtained by Mr van Buren to the British coach, arid the service of gold plate, which are now attracting so much attention. Tho language 1 employed! on one occasion, Svas this : "Mn Van Buren, is evidently a vain Man, and his vanity lies within narrow circle. He is fond of pomp, and show, and the trappings of power, as his actions all do clure. H is diiesses in Tim height or FASHION, AND HIS EQUIPAGE 13 THE MOST MAGNIFICENT THAT DASHES THROUGH THE Avenues of Tills magnificent city. His nub ic dinner hurt es are. also splendid be yond description. The table is tricked oul "with the nchest ornaments mm even ron eion ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 August 1840

Jti"il jiMiTnr-iiiii ill im. .iii.iM. ,M ,n,-. -f,,, ., numi i,n M, M .'. Mll, , , For the Phixnix. JSia HvTiiEn , , . , , Unwilling ns I am to engage th rihy con troversy wiTli nri y party or set of men; (hav ing seladiTi, if til all, written a political para graph for publication for several years) yet, finding myself repeatedly assailed for exer cising a common right in ail fre govern ments, of expressing nty honest sentiments in relation to political men and measures, and that in it spirit of candor nnd good feeling, I ronsidel it n duty to my friends and the purty with whom L net, to make a few ro marks in reference to thoso attacks and cen mires upon my nddresses nt Guilford and Blratton, at the late Harrison meetings: ; Awl first, as to the threats and allusions in the last Democrat. Speaking of my address at Stratton, and to prove that I had' apostati zed from republicanism, anJ was inimical to my country's interest allusion is made to an Oration delivered at Brattleboro in ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 August 1840

THE WIDOW AND HER SON. 1IY WASHINGTON UlVlNfl. I nppfonclictl tlio grnvo. The coffin wns placcil on tlio grouml. On it wns in scribed tlio nnmo of tliu deceased : "U 1:0. Somhhs, njjed $2(5 years." Tlio poor moth er had been twisted to kneel down nt tlio bead of it. Her withered bands were clas ped, as if in prayer ; but 1 could perceive, by 11 feeble locking of tho body, Si aeon vul sive motion of the lips.tlmt she was gnziiiR on tho last relics of her son with tho yenrnings of a mother's heart. Preparations wero now niailo to deposito the collin in tho earth. There was that bustling air, which breaks so harshly on the ieelmgs ol griol anil auiicuon , uirixuons wuro L'iven in tho cold tones of business ; and thero was tho striking of spadeft into tho gravel, which at tho grave ot tlioso wo lovo.isof all sounds the most writhing. The bustle seemed to waken tho mother Ironi a roverio. She raised her glazed eyes, nnd looked about with n faint wildness. As tho men approached with cords...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 August 1840

mum. j. j .n . in u'.i.j.. VOuL. VI. BRATTLEBORO, JV-t. AUGUST 14, 1840. NO. 50 VERMONT From the Vermont Watchmnn. NATIONAL EXPENDITURES. We resume this subject with the intention only of bringing .out a few facts, preparato ry to a more correct understanding of the matter. And first let us recapitulate the facts established by the administration rcpoit and endorsed by the locofoco Senate. Some oftho. more unscrupulous Van Buren elec tioneerers have endeavored to defend the ad ministration, by comparing tho aggregate expense of 1839 (37,1 19.39G 80) with 1824 631,898,538 47 ) This shows compara tively a small increase. But mark this: thero were more than IG millions of the old public debt paid in 1821 bv Mr Monroe, while there were but 1 1 millions credited to the new debt in '39. Exclusive of the pub lie debt, the expenses of '39 n re more than 10 millions greater than in 18,24; and the amount of ordinary and permanent expen ses is nearly doubled. IT, then, us the loco focos insist...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 August 1840

VEKBIOIVT FIIOSIVIX. Friday, August I I, 1810. For President, WILLIAM IT. HARRISON, J L v 1 l -r JV Vice President, JOHN TYLER, OF VIRGINIA. 7 FOR OOVKUNOIl, SILAS IT. JENISON. FOR LIEUT. OOVltUNOK, DAVID M. CAMP. FOR TRIiASURF.R, HENRY P. JANES. For Representative, H1LAND HALL. SUNATOIIS llcniiiiiBton Count)', NOAIHA1ISW1PT, A. Ii. MI NT. It. SKXATOnt W liithnm County, C A TWIN TOWNSI.KY, DAVID CUAWFOIU), Z3MORY WIIKELOOK. Who Voted i'ov the Extra Tax orjtpesojooo.ii is issu. PAUL DILLINGHAM, JK. (the would be Governor,) of Wnterbury. STEPHEN S. BUOWN, St. Albans. Orrin W. Duller, of Stowc. Hugh Henry, Chester. Newell Kinsmar, of Uarre. Samuel B. Mattocks o( Danville. Horatio Necdhnm, of Bristol. Judge Pennock, of Wolcott. 'William Sanborn, of Stratford. "Worcester Snrague, of Berlin. lloynl Wheeler, of Montpclier. Thomas Winslow, of Chelsea. Windham County. LEWIS HAI.L.of Dorer. XI' 11 II AIM 11 ICR, of Somerset. JOIIX STE1IH1XS, of Vernon. COMFORT TllllASHRll, of Athens. "WINDHAM...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 August 1840

tiato Judgd bf tlio County of Hamilton, one of the most respectable men and sub stantial farmers of tho country. I was a resident of tho county of Hatriil. on in the dr.h western Territory, from the year 179l until it became tho state of Ohio; and have eonjinued to reside in tho township ol Miami, in iho said county and State from lint lime. I became attainted with den. Vm. II. Harrison, then a captain in the army, upon his marriage with his present fi,i, ?auS,hr of Judge J. C. Seymour, in 1791; m whose family I was then, and continued to bo upon the most intimate terms, and my acquaintance with Gen Harrison was continued during tho lime that he was the urereiary 01 me jNorth western Territory, and when ho represented tho territory in Con gress as the delegate. 1 have always con sidered Gen. Harrison a Democratic Repub- ... w ,c vciirisun scnooi. in trie year 1799, General Harrison was elected the de legate ns tho Republican candidute, in oppo sition to Mr. St. Clair, tho son of the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 August 1840

LOG CABINS. I From tho beginning of the world, men liavo always carried on their political, relig ious and martial conflicts under certain em blems. Tho ancient Romans took the Ea gle for the emblem : the Mahometans took tho Crescent ; tho Scotch took the thistle nnd tho cross of St Andrew ; the old Jack son party in this country took tho Hickory polo, tho hickory broom, and the hog ; nnd the Whig party has tho Log Cabin. , The late worshipers of the hog and the hickory polo denounce the Log Cabin as a poor and unmeaning sign. It was not one to be sure of our party s choosing ; it was forced upon them, wo admit, by the in sulting jeers of their enemies, at the honest und honorable poverty 01 an oiti grey nau cd soldier ; yet wo regard it as the most strongly and beautifully significant cblem ever adopted by any party or people. We like the annexed remark of the Btiftiilo Sentinel : MViiio Aucument. The grumbling Locofocos point to the log cabin, and cry, 'There is a Whig argument.' ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 August 1840

VOL. VL PliDUSlIED KVEHT FRIDAY MOnxi.Vo, HI lfrrrrr.I. lil;, i. RYTJIEIl. innlV!Tnl? c'?sPic"sly inserted ht 5t,UU per sou a re for .1 incr.:. i .... for Wh wW wnE? Less Ihan a cents for eitch subspminnV Mr. Ozlc's SB8cnl. As tho Federal Ioco Pm-n. i, i.. . imitauuijUl o break the force of this scathing expose of lUL-auainciui anu extravagant waste ol the public money, upon the "Palace" of the President, by alleging that a Whig; member bf Congress (Mr. Lincoln of Mass.) had im fcagncd tho correctness of Mr. Ogle's state inents, wo copy tho following poser (rom NINE members of Congress, which has been appended to the copy of the speech nob- "c ii;iuuini intelligencer. Statement by the Hon. J. C. Clark & orW. "The undersigned. Whig members of congress, navo had their attention called to n publication in the "Globe" of the 10th ol juiy. 104U, unuer the caption of "Messrs. Lincoln and Ogle," from which tho follow- mg extract is tauen : "He (Mr. Lincoln) was no friend of Mr. an Bure...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 August 1840

ii Executive Dcpnrlmcnt of tho Government. 'I'hn Federalists believed that, in its struc ture, it wns too weak, and. was in danger of being crushed by mo preponderating weigiu of the logislntivc' branch. Ilenco they ralli ed around tho Executive nnd sought to give toil strength and energy. A strong Gov ernment, an energetic Executive wns, among them, the common language nnd the great object of that dny. The Republicans, on the contrary believed that tho renl danger lay on tho side of the Executive; that having a continuous and uninterrupted existence, it was nlwnys on the alert, ready to defend the power it had, and prompt in acquiring more; und that thoesperiencc of history, demonstra ted that it was the encroaching and usurping department. They, therefore, rallied around tho People and the Legislature. Concluded next xcctk. VERMONT V IKE IV IX. Friday, August 21, 1810. For Pcsidenl, "WILLIAM TI. HARRISON, Of OHIO. Fa Vice Pen-lent, JOHN TYLER, OF VIKG1NIA. for oovunrjon, SILAS IF....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 August 1840

Editor ofthe Vermont Phoenuv. bo enclosed letter to tho Editor of the tnont Gazette, printed nt Bennington, lins furnished liim for publication in. hia ter. i wish you to publish it in tho Phoe , nnd nt I understand tho articles from th.. jzette havu been nlso copied into tho Itidham County Democrnt, I hDp0 that ipr will do me the, justice to give tny vin- i;on nn. insertion. I am, Sir, very respectfully yours. HILAND HALL. ninrrton. Ann- 17 QA To the Editor of the Vermont Gnkellt, i:r, In your papers orthe-lih nnd 11th in ai, you have thought proper to make certain Irjes against me, the substance of ivhiel. nn. i icic my seat at Washington ohout tin 11 Juiy. lur me express nuinni nl nllnn.l yae otratton convention unci securing mv nnlminn inn Cm ... .. I .... ! 1 1 . I . 1 . i .--.. r. . " . iiwiiiinaiiuii iui ic-cicoiion," tnat i remained purr ol strknrfciv in ttttr rn.3l. .1. ,.. , lrc'Xcd, nydaly pay as a member ofCon- 5S, tin Juiy zut, the close of the session, sausiracung trom...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 August 1840

4 MOUNTAIN OF THE LOVERS. . '.'Not many years ago, wo rcad in n. book the story of a lovor who was to win liis mis tress by carrying her to the top of a moun tain, nutl bow be did win her, and bow they ended their days on the some spot. "Wo think the scene was in Switzerland ; but the mountain, though high enough to lax his stout heart to the uppermost,. must have been among the lowest. Let us fancy it a irood lofty lull, in the summer tune. It was, at any rate, so high, that the father . i i 11 .1 i . . . ol ttio latiy a prouu nouie, inougiii n im possible for a young man, burdened, to scab it. For this reason alone, in scorn, he .liado him to do it, and his daughter should ,bc Ins. "The peasantry assembled in tlio valley to witness so extraordinary n sight. They measured the mountain with their eyes lhey communed with one another, and shoo! their heads : but all admired the youn man; and some of his fellows, looking at their mistress, thought they could do as much. The father 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. — 28 August 1840

w m k wi Arnrm m- ir .r.,y - j "?HJf O. '3s a'utW ""gnm VOL. VI rms tniN ecuted i D I'rvitii i-"-uiars. With th. l.n.ll- ore. fiiJ ANDltll wins aii ''graved. antee lid c yew. "8 need1 veiling cnts.rir; 11 s..- me to ; then ertifica nume li unterA-i seaailp nglll conceri y: 2) 1 tlicir for tlJ dcscin y and t to ti cth'sfl Jr friK wd t!, racdrij tnedki beliffj nd (fri ed. TJ ulalcd e soni I sctu ndrrtM rorol fiatil t Ml 5lW licimj J. a 'tit 1 u of .rdl (ho I .J; st I nt I v- h S e t, f siMSKcii op iiKivnv cijAY j OK KENTUCKY. lirered JUnc27. 18.10. m. . ..i.ti.. i- . ' . ' . uaion 01 n i uuur i7iMitr. niVMSti ... t I. m nt I'aylorsv.lle, In hJn. -of Ibnorer, in dm Slate of Virgin;,, y What nre the positions of m. urties of thenrescnt ihivt Mo.i i.ff.... ,cy has reduced the JVcJer..! theory or n rohg and eiit'rget c Bieeunv,. m nln,i. J than icr.lion. It has turned frouuhe People e readle natural ally or genuine moatacy ,',, J iirc'U,V''. Of vi-nlnnce. iealonJl "-cavi.,ii. iiriii u .i ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 August 1840

VERMONT FIIOSIVIX. Friday, August 28, 1840. YOUJVG MEW TV JUG aSSOCLATIOJV. tX3r Members of this Association are noli fed to meet at Wheeler's Hall, on Satunluy Keening next, at G oxiocic, to aitenu 10 m I-OIITANT BUSINESS. irv- It is particularly requested every Member should be present. Per order af the Directors. WM. W. FESSENDF.N, Sccre'ry. C ; HIGHLY IJiroilTANT. . The Election laws require that the vo lers at Freeman's Meeting deliver to the Con stable or presiding officer their ballots folded t.i t. bo at to conceal uie name or names, n is uie iluty of tho Constable to examine the ballot so fur as to satisfy himself that there is but one. without looking at the name or names contain ed on it. In order to prevent any of his ivoles from going into the wrong boxes, every fvoter should adopt the following rule. First hand the Constable your vote for Town Hep rescntative and sec that he puts it into the right box next hand him your ballot for Stole offi cers and Senators, all on o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 August 1840

Who voltJd Against the'fctCBO lutions 'on Public Ijaitris. We copy tlid following ttriiclo from the Caledonian, showing how Hie votes stood in relation td thcResolutiohs on IhcPUblie Lands, I)y reference to itj it will be seen that the fol lowing persons voted dil'ectly against the )asi oge of the Resolutions t EPHKAIM RICE, Somerset. JOHN STEDBINS, Vernon. COMFORT THRASHER, Athens. We commend the following article to the' candid attention of our readers, nnd especially to the freemen of Somerset, Vernon nnd Ath' tins. The Public I a n t . EFFORTS OF THE VAN BUUEtf PARTY TO ROB THE PEOPLE OF THEIR PROPERTY. Every citizen is n share holder in the vast amount of the Public Lands, held in trust by tho Genernl Government. These Lands wero acquired by n common snrrifice, and when the war debts should be paid, us they till wereG years ngb, it was the doctrine of Jefferson nnd of all the patriots of other days that th proceeds of these lands should be divided among the people. We should un...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 August 1840

iMkt V - .1 JOHN DAVIS' WIFE. . , Tire ladies of Trenton, N. J. prticn- ted to tke wings ol tlmt city, a mmct,m tlo23dof July, and m PhalJ ot . ihewhra. thc- .were addressed by Mr, llahlead, Ono oi tlio rcjcctcu mcmucrs to . t . .... . . Congress, who related the following in ref MHitce toMri. Davis. How much, if any should lie regarded as a 'flight .of the im agination,' we cannot' say. Tins, howovpf we know tlmt Mrs. Davis .ft an o?ctrai?rdi ry woman, and it was said of her at Wor ccMer, at the time of the latu convention, that alio covkl make as good "a speech as her Husband. She is a siafer of Geo. Ban croft, but how unlike him i She is very plain in ncr manners, anu possesses a vwjr lartti sliaro of trood common sense. Sha Ige sliaro oi goou common ce iwrsueu tlio rcspcctame occupauoii oi , milliner. But to the extract lrom tlic addrcs ofMr. llalstcad : Northampton Gzcttc. At tire recent Whig Convention held nt Worcester in thc'State of Massachusetts, tho lady of Honest John Da...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 September 1842

1 VERMONT PHENIX. 1 B 11 iTTLEBORO, Vt. SEPTEMBER 2,1842. 1)Y WM. 13. 11 Y ijT VOL. IX NO. r. i ...p - ai- -1 iv in-iiigwrmpnimtminiin tin iiil. j.iu i ulj j.yinftii jh.jiijjiiii i. l t-mimmMntn iff i - n ij " ' r ''A r-n r jTIlaI.UlC's liCllcr. The following communication ol iMr. souglit to hu secured mid inninlaiiiocl l.y , , i i r m, (!i,i lhoo who tiro denominated Whit's. The Townscnd, and rcmy ol Mr blade torn in- J , r c .1 i . , 1 j effect, tliereforc, of a third party organization tcrrogatory before propounded, were puh-i3-fI( givo jinmcjial0 advantage to the oppo Jislied in the New Haven Paladiun, a actits of those interests, which its members V'. . : ... .1... r ..!... 2 11 1.1 1.... r... i... Slion lime previous iu uiu oiiuccucuiCiCC - tion. vv e oiler tlicm lor tlic consitlcrition of the abolititionists of Vermont: Nt.w II.vvr.N, March 2(5, 182. Messrs. Editors : In common with nany of my Anti-Slavery friends, 1 have icon somewhat at n loss as to the course wheh, ns a fr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 September 1842

L t-3 TO TI1K ELECTORS OF THIS DISTRICT, Addled at the late (Senatorial Convrntpln. Fellow Citizunh : It will be recollected that a direct issue was mado in the Presidential election oflSrif), with (he Van Buren or Locofoco party, on the question of the currency aVnl'tho finan ces, on the question of tho distribution of the proceeds of tho public lands, on the pro tection of American labo.rand .American productions, Our political opponents rea dily joined issue with us on these vitally im portant questions. The Jackson and Van Huron administra tions, under pretence of giving the pcoplo n better currency, bad, in the first place, prac ticed a scries of experiment?, unlawful in themselves, and highly injurious in their operation, and in the next place established the pet Dank system of currency and finance which had inllamcd tho currency, extended credit, encouraged tho wildest .and. ,most reckless schemes of adventurous speculation, reduced vast multitudes from the pursuits of honest...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 September 1842

sua ir.-: flstrdying tlio vessel tliat'ilfc expedition left the, Uanadian uhorc lor tif purpose ol de Btroving Iter tit Navy hliifll that not find Jrtg lifer there, there wastrfitiinc for delibern tion 'or delay, &c. &c. lie doubts whether "finy person or persons ytcrc sent in the hoat tivnr tlm flnlnrnr.t tllnt.liY. u-na hurid iiiln Th'rY stream to nrovent in'mrV tn the, btiildihirn i .oud inhabitant of Sc.X-thnt it is not klioirn that nny person nl killed bv the ex- nedition. But rencats a.ntn a resncctful ac- iftowlcdgcinenl by the UfUish government ' ol tlio sacrcunoss ol out neutral rights, ami expresses deep regret that any necessity should have made ttcccssary the invasion of' our territory, lie then fcotnplains of the treatment of the soldiers dngnged in the ex pedition whenever cnugrJ on this side, pro testing against the doctrirtc that soldiers arc hccountablc to any but tlicir own Govcm Vncnt, for the conscqnnccs of obeying the. Orders of the officers oftjmir Gove...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 September 1842

" torn 7ie Bennington Gazette. tt" We received the following communi cation and certificates in regard to tin article, published in the Gazette of Aug. 9, copied from the Greenfield (Mass.) Democrat. The explanations do nway, in our mind, ev ery shade of suspicion against Mr. Mallory. The Editor of a public journal ought to ho very cautious, and never without the most positive proof of their truth, to cast suspic ion ofso horrid a crime upon any man. The Editor of the Democrat, ought in justice to , clear Mr. M. from tlicsc unjust suspicions, For the FranUin Democrat. Mr. Editor, Sir: Wo saw in your paper of the 12th of July last, an article headed 'Mysterious,' concerning the hones of a pur sou Tound in the cellar of Mr. George II. Stebbins. It says there is a tradition that from twenty to twenty-five years ago n fe male by the name of Kendall, w ho resided in that vicinity disappeared very mysteriously, and was never afierwards hoard of, and that suspicions at that day rested upon...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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