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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1842

77 VERMONT PH(EJVIX. BRATTLE BOH O , Vt. SEPTEMBER 9, 18 42 BY WM. Ji. ItYTIIKJt. VOL. IX. NO. 2. From the Now Yorlc'Anicrican. -MOUNT VERNON. The sun raised himself in a huge globe of fire above the Eastern horizon, as toy friend's spirited hays stood saddled at the door of Ihc Cottage, pawing, champing the hit, and playfully endeavoring to hito the black boy who held them. Finishing our early break fast, we were soon in our saddles and full gallop on our journey, tho dogs in an ccsta cy of delight bounding along at our sides, overhauling and putting in bodily terror ev ery unfortunate cur that came in their way, ns they sportively tumbled him over and otcr in curious examination ; Old Bernard, with glistening eyes and wagging tail, bestriding 111 grim fun the prostrate form of the ene my. We passed rapidly through the rough paved streets of Alexandria, watching eager ly for its famed beauties at their casements, and clearing the town, were soon on the rus tic road that leads to th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1842

4 i I J " ""V To settle nnd define tlio Boundaries between the Territories or the United Stales nnd the nosscssions of her Ilntnntuo iMnj- cstv in North ... 7VT..II. A orth America, for the final sup- or the African Slnvc iradc, and; iving up of Criminals, fug.lnes, prcssion for tlic giving from justice, m certain ousus iC3, ., rnrtmii nnrtmns ol tlic line oi tmu)v riMi?Afrv boundary between the U. S. of America and )nst ,ncnlionc, is!intl lies near the northeast the British Dominions in North America, i crn (uil ot- je Jtoyal, where the line marked described in the 2d article of the Treaty ol ( ttc commissioners terminates ; nnd from Tpr.i. of 17851. have not vet been ascertained and determined, notwithstanding the repent - cd attempts which have been heretofore made for that purpose : and whereas it is now tho't to be for the interest of both l"f- tics, that, avoiding further discupsionoftheir respective rights, arising in this respect un - cohvcntional line in said portions ot th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1842

I'l J 1111 10 III! v in,irmntrr-f iiiwnmiMiawWi win , m From llio N. Y. Commercial Advertiser. THE LATEST MOVE, 'flic rcailcr is rcfcrrcil to nnotlier column, for what, under the oircmnslnnccs of the case, may be considered tlio most extraordi nary paper that has thus far emanated from our most extraordinary President. Vo re fer to the protest oftho President against the ate report ol Air. Attains, nf ilm committee to wliom ns chairman it was referred ; Cotton bagging, TUB NEW TARIFF. Tlio following is a tatilc of llio duties imposed by tlio new Tanir on uuitiy of lliu most Important articles. iiuti es nr nousr. nil,. HAMKS or AHTICI.r.S ACT IcUW. I'A Sl 1.1). Flannels and baiies, Carpeting, Jlrussclls, &c, da. Venctinn, Jkc. ,do. floor cl'lli pat. Uilclnlh luriillurc, up &. other rcf. Sugar, candy ' Sugar, syrup Chocolate, Cheese, 1 allow candles, J.nrd, Ilecrnnd l'ork, Ilacon, Duller, l.oail, pig, iVc. Lead, pipes Lead, old scrap Cordge, tarred Cordage, nntnrred Twine, pac...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 September 1842

Look at This. AFTER waiting patiently for a liiriR lime, I now cnll on nil thnt ore indebted to me 1)V note or nrcount (that is due) to make im mediate pnyment, none excepted. I set no time, for payment to lie mode, but if notpmd or paid in part soon, you will find your notes nnd ac counts in the Iinndsoro. S. Sh.ifter for collec tion within fifteen days after this notice is dis- C0"li"UCd- S. F. HARRIS. Wilmington, July 23, 1842. tf-18 TRANSPORTATION OF Freight ttnontltc Connecticut. ON and after September 10th, Freight will be transported upon the Western Rail Road, from Boston nnd Greenhush, as bil lows i Freight trains will leave Boston every morning (Sundays excepted,) and will be en abled to deposile "Merchandise generally, destin ed for places up the river, in the Freight De pot, upon the Canal, at Westfield, on the suc ceeding morning. Merchandise will leave Greenhush, by wny of the Rail Road, on the morning of each (lav, and arrive at YYostfield in the ulk'rnoon of tlie sam...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 September 1842

VERMONT 11 Y W fll . JB . It Y T II 12 K . BltATTLEBOKO, Vt. SEPTEMBER 16, 1 842. VOL,. IX. NO. 3. From the N. O. .Picayune. Now wo como to n close. Crnwforil saw A MURDERER'S ARREST. Frcciiiniipasn.liutlintlsotiiodonlusof hisiden- Umler this caption, in our paper or Tues- f'V- 'WX SHOn vanished however, and tak ly, wo briefly noticed the arrest of one 1 t'oun ',,s Hi, nm' requesting Mr. 1 iiniicr Wiley Freeman, for the murder of his wile.!'" The particulars wc received at too late an hour on the previous evening, to give them in full. They were yesterday crowded out, to use a technical phrase, by news from Mex ico, Texas, &,c. They arc of on extraordi nary character and insomuch as they show that the Omniscient eye is ever on the mur derer, they point to a moral on which it is well to rcllcct. Freeman is about forty-eight years of age; liis countenance bespeaks shrewdness and intelligence, and it also plainly tells us of a mind harrowed up with feelings of intense agony and bit...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 September 1842

n QJOur readers are generally aware that the Treaty lately ncgociatcd with Grcnt Britain has not yet been officially promulga ted. The copy which has been published, was furnished surreptitiously to a press in New-York, and the correspondence between the Secretary of Stato ami Lord Ashburton, together with the message of the President, accompanying these documents, has since been published in the same manner. It is not protended that any of these documents essentially vary from those which may here sifter niuioar bv authority : and wo have 1 1 - therefore republished the Treaty, and now liresent the mcssanc of the President with which it was transmitted to the Senate, MESSAGE FIIOM TJ1K PItKSIDENT Or THE UNITED STATES, ACCOSII-AKmo A TI.EATV WITH CnKAT-llltir.W.V, I have the satisfaction to communicate to the Senate tho results of the negotiations re ccntly had in this city, with the Dritish min ister, special and extraordinary. These results comprise, 1st. A treaty to settle and de...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 September 1842

MmPM9 IIWI WJIf tT tmtMHI 1111 China. Wo make the following extracts ., .. t r .i, ii, a.i from the correspondence ol tho IJoslon Atl- 1 . - vcrtiscr, as it contains more particulars ol the proceedings of our ofiicers nt Canton tt.rm linvo as Vet been miblisllCll. The illl - prcssion produced by them appears quite favorable . U. S. Ship Boston, OtTi May, 1812. We arc now at anchor off Whninpon, a few miles below Canton. Wc arrived here on the 7th inst. from Macao, and Manilla, which places I may perhaps, notice on a fu ture occasion. The English Press and many private in dividuals, and others both here and else where, manifest a very uneasy jealousy of our operations. Uno ol the nrst acts oi Commodore Kearney, after his arrival, was to declare, in the most public maimer pos sible, that the illegal, or contraband trallio in opium, should have no protection or countenance from him, or the forces under his command. Hitherto, our llag has been prostituted, not un frequently, by foreigne...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 September 1842

FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!! THE Members of "The Vermont Mutual Firo Insurance Company" are hereby notified that the following assessments have heen made bv the Directors on all notes in force on the following days, to wit: December IGlh, 1841, 1-2 of one per cent. . January Dili, 18-12, M " ' April 4th, ' 1-1 ' May Sth, " 1-2 May 27th, " 1-4 .lnltf 24th. " 1-4 II II . Making - - - - 2 percent. Tor the year. Said percentngo to bo cast on the original n inount of the premium note without reference to any endorsement, and to be paid to the Treasurer, at his oliice in Monlpelier, on or belore the 10th day of October, 1342, being the day of the annual meeting of said company. . It is hoped that each member of the Legisla ture, will leel an interest in having nil pel sons who are Insured in his town, avail themselves of the opportunity to forward the money for their a-isosmcnts by him; and it is expected that no member or the company will Inil ol do ing so as it often costs them more to foiwnrd ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1842

VEK1 NT PmEWIX 11 Y W M . E . 11 Y T II 13 It . GOOD IIEAltTKDNESS ; OR NOBODY'S ENKMY DUT 111S OWN. nv mhs em.ma c. EHnvnr. "Women nrc strangely constituted crea tures," suddenly exclaimed Charles Whar ton, ns lie snt by the side of his pretty sister. "Pray what made you utter that truism so emphatically J" asked his sister, as she laughingly looked up from her ncedlo work. "Because 1 never felt its truth so forcibly," answered Charles. "I hope you have had no new evidence of their eccentricity, brother," said Susan, archly. "Indeed I have," was the significant re ply. "I thought that you, Susan, was free from the caprice that characterizes your sex, but I believe now that women arc nil alike." "What have I done, dear Charles J" "Oh, you know what 1 mean. Sue : here I find you ns calm, quiet and cheerful, as if nothing had occurred to disturb the current of your feelings, and yet only this morning you deliberately murdered the peace of ns fine a fellow as ever the sun shone upon." ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1842

Prom the N.Y. Journal of Commerce HonninLE Outraoc and Di'.atii. Ori Tuesday last a pugilistic ight took place at Hastings, in West chester County, between an Englishman named Christopher Lilly( and Thomas McCoy, an Irishman, which ' resulted in, the denth of the latter. The body of McCoy was brought the same eve iiitiT to his late residence at No. M Dover O . . . 4 It.. street, in this city, auu a coroners inquest was held on it yesterday. .. A post Mortem bxamination was undo on the body of the deceased by Doctors McComb and Hosack, who testified that in their opinion the death was produced by suffocation, caused by the infiltration of blood into the cells of the lungs, being the result of violence. The bead and face were dreadfully bruised, the nose flatted on the face, and the bone on the left side of the nose was broken, and the cartilages separa ted from the bono the lips cut by tho teeth as if from a blow, the vessels on the sur faco much engorged, and a quantity or blood fou...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1842

ireajmnmman with tlic bcucfils which wc nrc receiving in nn intellectual, moral and pecuniary point of view. September, 1812. From llio Richmond Vn. Star. . . THE INFANT DKAD. 11 he only true, deep, clinjini: cord thnt ADDISON DllOWN., binds us to thc world and our kindred, ore lound in nllections ; m those tendrils or love that bind heart to heart so closely, that they become as it were one, and to separate which, seems, for tho time, almost like a blow of mutual death. But of all partings, perhaps thcto is none moro agonizing than that which comes between tho parent and those beautiful (lowers of life, that have been so tenderly and anxiously watched ; and who, day after day, ns some new charm, some tiny grace developed itself, havo been bound closer and closer to the bosom. The AND YET ANOTHER CONVERSION. Wo mid to-day nnotlior to tho list of honorable men who are renouncing the heresies of Lncofoco ism, and rallying under llie banner of "Clay nnd a Protective Tariff." Tho Wilmin...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 September 1842

HE CAME TOO LATE. Ho came too lute! Neglect had Hied Her constancy too long; Her love hail yielded to her pride, And the deep sense of wrong. She. scorned the offering ofn heart Which lingered on its way, Till it could no delight impart, Nor sprcad.onb cheering ray. Ho came loo late! At once lie foil That oil his power was o'er! Indifference in her calm smile dwelt, ' Sho thought of hint no more, t Anger and grief had passed away, Her heart mid thoughts were free; 'Sho met him, and her words were gay, No spell had memory. 'He camo too late! The suhtlo chords jgfc Of love were all unbound, ;Not by olfenco of spoken words, But by the slights that wound. Sho knew that life held nothing now , That could the past lepny, Yet slio disdained his tardy vow, And coldly turned away. ' He came too late! Her countless dreams Of hope had long since flown; No charms dwell in his chosen themes, Nor in his whispered tone. And when, with word and smile he tried A flection still to prove, She nerved h...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1842

VERMONT PHflENTx. Ji Y W M . K . It Y T II H K . BKATTLEBOKO, Vt. SEPTEMBER 3 0, 1 842 VOL. IX. NO. 5. THE CAItPKNTHIl'S IJOY. 'I wish to speak a word to Miss Lclia Ver mont, said a capentcr's boy, as lie ctitcrcil a stately mansion in one of the most fashion able streets lit the city of New York in 1800. 'Help yourself to a scat in the entry, yon will be attended to presently,' was the haugh ty reply. Then turning to an individual with whom she had been conversing, said With a sneer, (having noticed that the lad "desiring an interview had some carpenter's ! tools in his hand.) 'I have such a dislike to speak to mechanics; I hate to encounter 0I1R." 'Possibly he is on business,1 said the in dividual. Oh, I never speak to one, except on bus iness,' was the reply. 'He has come, I pre sume, to erect an arbor. We applied to JIr. Thomas this morning, to have one built, nml I take this to be his apprentice' Mr. Vermont, the father of Lclia, (for this was the lady enquired for,) was a uicr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1842

MID.1Y, SVPTDMtlCllW, UV1. TIIH PRKSIDKNT EXPOSING II LM- . SELF WORE PLEDGES VIOLATED. .VTtclpntroiuige incident to the Preside!! tinl nfnrr is increasing. The. unrestrained "lioirir exci ted by a siaiisiii.Y ammtioum .man, in order w perpetuate nis auawniy vr to hand it over to some favorite as his sr eessor, may i.uad to thu r.Ml'i.ov.Mr.NT op ' Al.li Till'. MUANB WITHIN HIS C0NTI10I, TO accomplish ins ohji'.ct." rnmitni iy In-' J address to Ihc vconlc. Aliril !). I PI I ' ' "f will remove no incumbent from ojjlce, Mo has faithfully and honestly aninittcd himself of the duties of his office." Ibid, x ,ii ' ' Such were the promises of President Ty yicf'on taking the Executive chair, lie has , Waited for the adjournment of the Senate, - nnd then proceeded most shamefully lo violate his pledges and prostitute federal patronage. Head the following facts. A few days after President Tyler took oflice, the lion. Jona than Roberts recommended to him a friend for the office of Collector u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1842

AltLM'.lllsM. A latO number of the' Springfield (Mass.) Gazette contains a com tiiunication on the subject, of which the fol lowing is an extract : THE BURNING UP OF THE WORLD IN 184i. Mr. Miller's wild, fanaticul scheme is not to be receiveil, unless, 1. He can prove, that the 2f Daniel mean years ; which he The expression in Hcbre but morning evening: and and morning," as in Gen. 1 ; learned men conclude that the morning are to be laKcn Vrmy, uc ,g , . i yJlu in a II, meaning, mm me evening anu , ' ... . n' . . . . , morning sacrifices siiouiti ue interrupieu, as thev were, by Antiochus, 2300 times, or du-, tii,; 1 ISO davs. Professor Stuart and other i learned men, however, maintain, that tlieex-i .. . . . . nrcssion means literal, wnoic aaiis, noli 3'ears although lie admits that there is no (Similar expression in the liiulc. lie asserts, tint the period extends from Aug. o, 171 , licfore Christ, to D )ec. 1U.3 1J. V. when Judas .Maccabacus clcansca, justiueu, re stored, purifie...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1842

For the X'cr'monl Vhanix. ' llRATTLBUOnO. Old HrntUc withhor glory and splendor d"lh Jtanl The flr.t In New England's high Pr ,anJ No township or village moro gen roll, ami free, Or yields more ofenterprue, ucnmy ..u Ilcr valleys nnd mendows, I.cr dales nnd l.cr hills, 11,-r up-lnnd and lowlands and sweet purling nil All beam with their beauty and gladden the rye, And claim a fond Itibtilc froin each paster by. Here once the lone Indian benl hi light how, And through the wild forest lung followed his foe, ily day and by night the shrill wnr-bonp was heard, And the spiritufthc white man was daringly stirr'd. And here the proud Chieftain linlh moored his en-.- "nob, With his band of" red warriors" so valiantly lrm, .Upoi tho'dark stream of'tfie stow henyhig wave, Till ho passed Iron! hfs wars, to the shadowy grave. Ah I the scenes of those days thoy have vanished away, And the hearts thntso loved them in death silent lay, And we muse o'er the past 'nealh the wide spread, ing skies, Wh...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 October 1842

VERM O If T P H E NIX . 0 ldwnHw" Wrf, fa4 boo i' ' ' ' .' iillH .feij" ' 1 ' toY var, m. itY the it. BllATTLEBORO, Yt, OCTOBER 7, 1 842. VOL. IX. NO. 6. '(THE aiYSTEllIOUS DAUGHTER. ;.'., ' , .v.. i nV sins. MMiy n. hau.. 'IIjW widely different ia the lot of man--"kind ! Sortie arc born to be lulled in the Inn. jpT prosperity frrtm infancy to old ogc;l Iwiiile others pine atid languish for the ncccs BaribSof life. Soinc enter upon tlio stoge iof life with fortunes in their hands, while "V)t)icr3 commence with a trifle, or nothiug, :wlio rise toafihichco and honor sonic who 'begin with their thousands, meet with ninny '(unexpected misfortunes which deprive them -'oftwltat'thcy possessed but by diligence aJad econouty sodn regain it; while others by. extravagance sink to rise no more. Such - are the' calamities I shallcndcavor to lay bc v fore my (readers, in the course of my little narrative. II do tool write, merely id please the imog--'inaf.iotvof the romantic lover; 6r,Uie profes...

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 October 1842

cicd an nngel had descended from the heav enly region. She dared not move, and as she listened, she heard her pray for her "dear husband, from whom she iaLUccii separated by u cruel tyrant ; plead for mer cy on her dc.ir babes, who were cast upon the bounty of a merciless world J and ear nestly begged they might meet again upon the shores of time-" Such nn affect. ug iiminr drew tears fr oiii tho tender hearted TTcvmout 3!MjotHt. ,. mi DAY OCTOllF.K fjr ma 184'J. Mil. WEBSTER'S SPEECH. Ipcoplcand governments. The settlement obliged to dissent from his friends in opin Kof disi)utes,.bctwccii ChrPstiaii nations was ion j but there is no embarrassment. Ill now commonly by negotiation. Such is tho sec the pain ot duty clear oeiorc mc, i mnu lirinciplo or the age. .-' j thnt within mc which will enable mc to pui- As tho negotiation and' tho correspondence sue that path. I throw nil embarrassment li-wl nut vet been authoritatively published, it and hesitation to tho winds ; a puu no man '...

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 October 1842

heen made known to thu public, I car-' utc because it docs not contain 11 certain ncstly expressed this opinion. I am bound provision, for want of which it would break to believe the advice was not good ; certain- the Constitution ; another will not support ly it was not followed and the con&c- it because it embraces that same provision, qucuccs have been what I supposed, and . which in his opinion will break the Cousti what all have seen. union, by enabling the Executive to tyrnu- This brought us to the commencement of nize over the people. Just as a boatman, in the last session. The Secretary of the the midst of currents, rocks and whirlpools, Treasury then communicated to the l'rcsi-, will not pull a stroke for his own safety, lest dent the plan of an Exchequer. It was sent ho should break his oar. And we, it seems, to Congress where it received very little f.i- must wait for the time when returning con vor, and it is necessary for me, lest the whole fidenco will enable us to...

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 October 1842

CHILDHOOD'S I' II AY 11. It is a pure nml holy thing, Young children's simple prayer, ' So little of man's worldincss, So much of Heaven seems there, t Their eyes upraised and small hands clasped, While dwell llieir lips upon Their Saviour's words, (when agonized) 'Father, thy will ho done." Ah! mother, gnze upon thy child, Thou knowVt ho now is pare J How much of misery ofcr'unc May that young heart endure! The first of his brief lire lmlli gone, -As a sweet dream it passed J Oh I think not in thy hopefulness Such Messed days will lust, For sorrow meets man in his course, ltlighling each promised joy, And moody In his noontide hour, Is the onco buoyant boy. Or pleasure with her winning smile, Points to her fragrant bowers, Deeply of Circe's cup he drinks, And strews the hrim with flowers. The poimn works ah 1 mother sec Thy young, thy cherished son, l'ule drooping dying. Life hath past, And pleasure's course is run. Must it be thus? No let us hope Those youthful prayers may rise Th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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