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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 May 1839

NOT THE GLORY OF C S A H II U T THE WE I, I' A UE o P U OMR. BY II. B. STACY- f OIll.OW ME. Vnyngcr on life's lioulilrd sea, Snilinit lo eipinil) 1 Tin it limn milliU dung niv.iy Viiin iIip mi mhI lnii-1 iht-ir riny : Chuiiiint! ilmvii in en ill llie licurl, Nullnnjj I iminc llipy impali Vujiigir ! uli.it me ilif) i" 'life ? Lcute ilieui nil iiml ( I'oiv me. Traveler on llm io.nl In lile ! Kek iii; l.i-m finiltiijj mifc KlllltV, lllr Hill III cm iii.ii (;ie A null I mi ivlni li tin' -mil ciin live : Griin not nilies tech nui fame Shining dniO, nnil Mnnnllii! n.iine ! Tr.neler, wh.ii ) u ihey in iliee, I. caie tlieiu nil mill fiilluw me. Tilnrlin llirniii;li iliin mle nflrars ! II. iiiijli nil illy ilnnliiH nml fpurs! Lift lliine fp n lipavcii's iilniic! 'J'liink ilifie ilivi'lla n (.io.l nf loie. WonliUt lliuti f.iwir wiili liim find? Keep Ilia ruini-cls in iliy iniml. Pilgrim, imii'li licVilone fur I lice; Wilt t hull i licit not follow me 1 Wanderer fiom i lie I'mliei's throne! Ha...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 May 1839

DINNER TO MR. RIVES. The Madisonian contains a ekotch of the proceedings at tho dinner given to Mr. Hives at CharlottesvlHo by his neighbors and friends. Mr Rives addressed the com. pany in his usual felicitous manner, and, in (he course of his remarks, ho read tho fol lowing striking extract from the letter of Hugh S. Legaro to Pierce Butler, Gov. of South Carolina : "I give it to you as my deliberate con viction, that tho balanco of the constitution is subverted ; that through the external influences so constantly brought to bear upon it, the federal Legislature is shorn of almost all dignity and authority; that the freedom of thought and action essential to the very idea ol a representative assembly, charged with the conduct of a limited gov crnment, is assailed on all sides, and has been seriously impaired ; and that our re public is beginning to take the shapo of on elective monarchy, tempered in some degree by two Houses of Parliament, whoso oc casional opposition to tho will ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 May 1839

FROM ENGLAND. By the arrival of tho packot.shlp Washing ton, Liycrpool dalos to tho 2!itli March havo boon rccoivcd. Tho following nrticlo from the London Times, is all wo find in rcfcrouco to tho Maino disturbance. From the London Tlme, Mnrch 27. BUUNDAKY QUESTION. Tho intelligence from Norili America becomes more serious Willi every pacing day. Yesterday morning, we received a mass of papers mid letters from New Yoik to llicGth instant, bi ought by iIiq ship Scotland : and not many hours afterwards by1 llio steamer Liverpool, accounts readied town to lOih Inst, which are of the famo complexion with the former ones that is to say, tho reverse of satis factory or pacific. Wo do not indeed find just cause to complain nf any thing peculiarly acrimonious or virulent, or of fensive toward Gicat Urilain, In the hngiinga cm ployed by the American government or by members of Congress, or by the leading portion of the repub lican picss. There is n lone ofdecency and gravi ly in their procee...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 May 1839

STANZAS. Uy the blue mill iliiciil lake, Gcnlle maiden, dwcllesl ihoti, Whom ilia fiber tipples liifnk Oil llio flllllO ill 111101111113 low Whore llio irec in nimmnr liiiic, Wiive llieir liuinrliei) tiu'r I lie ilde 1'linii tlori lift ihc liotiiiniiii's chime, Pealing oVr the waters wide. Moonlit waves nro dunning bright Bound tliy irclired ciciiiqu door, Ami it shallop frail mid light, IViiiislh) coining nt lilt shore. Tell, oh loll nin, nmiden fair. Dint ilimi sigh ut etching hour Ftirihe hfiirl lli.il oncu w.u lliern Willi tine in the moonlit bower.' DdiIi not memory mil him hack, Willi (lie foil;; hu need In lino, Ern his skv of hope srow lil.uk, Forcing him fioni thec tu rove 1 Do not tlic.inn nf o her days Tin om ili lic.nl willi crry tone, Shedding hiipc'ii ii'liiinini! laj.i OVr the w.isle of inrjiiieiits none 1 Tl inn , oh ilimi, sweet maiden, play, !'m- hi sake Miai lender main He shall In1. ii'. ihniigh far away, And, sighing, liu'.iilit: the sony Rgnin, S For the Free P...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 May 1839

NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAK BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1839. VOL. XII No. 620 TRUST IN PROVIDENCE. "lwillnever leave thee, nor forsake thee," Thanks be lo God, who 10 our race haili given The promises of peace llie hopes ofheavcii : What llio'otir path on eiirlh be lonu mid dreary; God is the Loid his love is never weury. Yes, limit brroav'd and s miilen, he will kpep llier, Tlno' nil ihv dangi'is nnd distress will shield thee; Have I lion but f.ilili, l him yield up ihy will, His loving-kindness dull support thee still. Sojourners hero, this world is not our rc.t ; Look unto Jc.mis, mourner, nnd be blest 5 Follow the nauow way thy .Saviour trod, '! will safely, suiely, guide thee up lo God, Patient n little Inngrr here below, SuiUiiln thy grief mill bear thy bitter woe, A few fhnrt years, or tl.ijs pcihaps, nnd thou Wilt go to Iter for whom thun wcepest now. Kindle within thy soul devotion's flame, Live worihv nf the Christian's tacied name; Prayer shall ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 May 1839

VIRGINIA ELECTION. Wc, never saw t ho Richmond Enquirer so fierce so much alive, so zealous nnd mi -imatod, as that paper now id on tho np proacliinjj election. Old Virgitnn nnd old Virginians oru forgotten, shoved usido nnd Bacriliccd ; .the Old Dominion sinks its pride, prtlriotism. inllticnce,' long services, proud position; the only cry of the Rich mond Enquirer U, "Save Mr. Van Huron." Tho mugtntudo of the conical to the parly may bo imagined from this fearful nnd tromulous r.eol. JVuijj verrons. Wo can not tell who will win the day, but the pride of Virginia is up, nnd much is to be hoped for. The Portsmouth Republican pays : The General Prospect, In tho districts of Virginia Inst represented by -Messrs. Wise, Mercer, Tnlinferro, Robertson, lun tor nnd Mailory, (Whig,) theru wi'd bo no political change at the election in May- In tho district represented by Mr Hopkins, (Cniiscrvativo.) tin; Whigs and Conserva tive? will prevail by n largo majority. In J. M. Mason's district, n ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 May 1839

V IUDAY M O R N I N G, M A Y 10. The sloro of Messrs. Lyman & Colo wos entered im Mondny nifflit, through tho cel. !or window, mill robbed of sundry articles of dry goods, n few dollars in money, nnd two vnluable golfl watches. Two of the thieves Imvo been nrrcsted, nnd the money nlld gouds recovered ; but the watches, we believe,uro still missing. t Wc nro gld to learn from Costlcton that Ilor , who was supposed to have been mortally wounded in tho fracas nt Ciistl! ton, ineiitKincd m our last, is lively lo re. caver, nnd that Totnlinsoil, the accused, will probably be admitted to bml. Tho Montreal tUciuM of tho lih inst. vents itself through tho following 'blood thirsty aTticle relative to Molt. It will not bo regarded, however, Mott will not be executed, even if found guilty. It is confidently n'teiicd by individual'! who speak will) so device of inilliorily, llnil if Mott, I he American who as l.ilcly on hi-" trial fm llinh Treflbon and minder, fliould be found liiiilly of l...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 May 1839

EVliltCJKliHNS. ny k. c. riNKNEY. When dimmer' ninny leave nilorn Sky, ffjri est, liill, tt ml moadaw, TIib foliiigo of ilic evergreens, In cuinnifli teems 11 tliudow. But when l lie tints of nuliimn liavs 'I'hrir sober relim owned, 'J'lie l.ind'cnpo iliiit cold shadow shout Into a light converted. Then iliotiglits lli;it frown upon our mil 1 1 1 Will smile upon our foiiow, Anil in liny tt.tr k ream of to-il.iy May be bright hopes to-morrow. CtlURNING. There is sometimes cnnsiilcrnbro difficul. ty in making btillcr from crcatn, owing, pcrliops to onuses not perhaps exactly un derstood j nntl every dairy woman knows that cases occur in which the manufacture of a good arhcli; is iiupraclictiblc. A I'rirnd assures us. that in ordinary coses, the dilli cully is at once removed, and liullcr ol a good quality procured, by I he addition of a little rratj to the crenm. Wc hove since tried it when cream proved refractory nnd found it to succeed admirably. A spoon full of sal aratu pulverised...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 May 1839

.iaiiiUBW i-1 111. iiji i iii hi 1 1 1 i ii ir ii mrriiwuiiMii iiMiwmwiiiin mm mi n 1 hmh i iiam n i w ' ' " "" ' """""" "' ,''J'-Lt'l',.lu--J- LIILJ lLLJ J m mui NOT THE CLOltY O V C 2R S A It It IJ T T II E W E LEAKE OF K 0 HI E . BY Iff. I?. STACY" FBSIDAY, MAY IT, 1839. VOL. XII No. 621 SPEECH OF Mil, PltliNTISS, O.N TtllJ GOVEIISMKNT DKFAI.CATIO.Ng. FniDAY, Doc. 2H, tt!33. The House being in committee of the Whole upon the President's Mcsrago, Mr. Piientiss of Mississippi, spoke as follows: Mn, Chairman, I had intended, upon n former occasion, to have expressed my views upon some of the topic embraced in the President's Message, morn especially the subject of the recent defalcation'. I nm, however, so unfortunate as tobc viewed by the official eye of tin House through an inverted telescope, and it is nnl often that 1 can obtain the floor. With mnr.li pleasure, therefore, I avail myself ol the opportunity at present afforded inn. That portion of the Message to which I shall prin...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 May 1839

'k In know. 1 havo a cur.o.UJ on uw B.ik!. . ..,! vnu toll 11)0 ? ,,ou ? Well, t lint bents any tiling. What n cunning lo y nre! F"'cd V00' Mrt JlIfh-?, !'" toll the Present .11 nbout il vn8 no comc8 hon,e' H W . ;.l fcn..r Mr. Harris. I rpfifct to toll .. ',i,i ihn rnscallv Solicitor of the n,-...r U niroinir to trv and recover back tint money ynn'vo pot, which belongs to ihn Government. Never mind ; we'll fix U some way. KnMi is on cntlomo of tho correspon ,i,n,. nf Levi Woodbury. Secretory of the Treasury, and constitutional ntlviser of the i.n.i.l..iit. What a rich specimen of on American mailman! 7' he continued," THE WHIG BANNER AGAIN FLOATS IN TRIUMPH OVER THE CITY OF ALBAIS I We have met and conquered ilie enemy ! The Chart or Election lion been nobly (micrht and won. The Pm9T. Second, and FOURTH Ward ore WHIG ! In the Fifth, wu hnvo circled our Su nervisor, with n pnrt of the Charter Tick ct, and lost the Aldermen by majorities of from 1 to 5. Our ngiT'egato majority is nea...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 May 1839

f BOXES OF GOODS CONTINUE to arrito at tho Variety Shop filled with almost overy little necessary articlo which the many wants of our numer ous customers require. Just received some rcry nice finished ttttl and wood Screw Cush ions, Metal Spool stands. Larpe silver Pencils. Music Box Keys. Snuff Boxes. Pantaloon Straps, six Lamp Wicks. kinds. Fine Ball Wicklng. Cologne in largo Bot- Oermnn Cnlopro' ties, Roscwnnd Briiho. PistoU, Combs. Onld Thimblfs. Gr.ld Spectacles, Childrons gold Rings. Children Thimbles, wpis. iinso Olio of Rnsn. Rose Lip SaWe, Hay's Liuimonl. Matches, niding Whips. Curls. Canes & Umbrellas. Stnlionsry. (told Pencils. Catrls. Wc hnve several other articles which wo might add to this list, hut prefer Ihnl ctniom srs would call and examinp fur themselves, PANOBORN ft RRINSMAID. VOT1CF,. WHF.RF. AS 1 hnve given my son. Fran, cis C'itir. his rrccdnm from and after this. date, with full power toad fnf himself in ll'lhines.thisis to give nntico that I shall not Ji...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 May 1839

Tin; PATiiun. tlV MISS QOUI.I). I'm hrcaUhij! dovn ! I'm Ijroiiking tJou n, An in:'''' s.ipl"s 1 1 t-u ! My I10.11I but ue.ns i snowy crown Vn winter Uinu iviili me. O, may the ft'inin final my loot, Thai iliiiirifh Rri't'n inn! high, !5n 140ml mill yii'lil i i-fions fruit, Before, like iiic.lliry die! Tin' pntmiii'S kitlfu wlii'iiu'cp llicy foci, IJiMic.iili llicn' owner 'scale, Though Keen, 'twill only wound lo heal Tn m.iko llicm bloom n ml bear. They now mo oitiirj, and fair, nnd sutintl ; And I urn iii.dt'cny : ,)n peace 1 Ip.ho lo llicm the ground ; i diop, it ml nti nvvny. Yrl, 1I10113I1 my dual in earth bo laid; My life fiom' phi ill withdrawn; 'Twill bo but 113 11 llrcling shade ' , Of iiijlu btloio tin; daun ! For T flull Pining IjcwiikI tlio tomb, To new, iiiimiitt.il pi imu, Whrin nil i. lis'11' I'fc, and bloom ; " ' Anil 110 mom winter lime ! From 1 lit; Uo.'ton H riling Gazette. A 3IOT HKll. U'li"n bending 0V1 her ilis child, . sin ferveni pin)ci wiilrvision wild, And ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 May 1839

- jj ri o t t n v. r. i, n n v o p t ,v s a n n ir r r ir k v h i. p a k i: i v it o m : . tw.t't 'raa CTyjya,'-"wnTr-- twTrj.myvTi v,?3iPiB;rTv,nr FBfisOAY, 13 839. BY K. HT A CV- Yfi8, Xiri No. 022 siM.iu'jt or am. imucntiss. O.N 'lit II il ) KIINMKNT IlKV'Al.C.n'IONS. Cancludcd. r.ntlnnur tak. Tho next drfiMillor wlinni 1 shnll mention was Iloyd, iliu suc cessor of Harris, n 'follower in tiio foot steps.' In better tlinii .six months after lie hail been in office, we find the follow, ing account of Ins liilclily. It isextract cd from the report of one V. !U Garoschc. wiio was sent out by the Secretary to examine the ctuidiion of the latnl offices. It is dated Mill June, 1BJ7. In telatiun to Hoyd, he says: 'The account of the receiver, which I linvo made onl and transmit herewith, presents against him u balance of $55,905 5 t. His own nrcount makes it 55 s!7- 73; it is nlso annexed, His assets, of winch I nlso send you the list, amount to $01,519 98, rating the land at $1 25 oh';,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 May 1839

lords, the ono nf Idlers and tho ono ori'e and it will not ho lone that thin mighty Hnll will rclm t tho voice til mi American Representative. Thin Cnpitol will have older us"u8 I linn to attract tho ctirio'i'ty of tho passing traveller, wiio, in melan choly idleness, will Mop to inscribe upon oncofthesa masfcivo pillars, 'Here torn a Republic' . rrj'The London correspondent of tho hew York Star give? the following sketch of London Fashions : "Ono might ns well he out of tho world, in out of the fashion." There's nn aphorism for you, crjual to tiny by Confucius! Our lfosliimifl have sot in, at last, end now bus- "bunds moy dread the running up of heavy foills, now may inillinnrs and mantuamakers exult in tho accumulation nf hurry, the in. crease ol profitable accounts, nnd the great decrease of shop. stock. Now will many n 'drappe'y missf (sen iho explanation in one of the Notes "t l-"n .mnn.i run 10 ului m lm lmnn that sumu husband, to be cmm'it by finery, may pay the bills. Now, i...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 May 1839

Tut. ntipnrr. PmsnNEna. Wo Icnrn from the Ogdcnsburgh Tunes Hint nn the evening of iho 4tl. in-t. seven of l ho eiCh' Americana inkon ot Ainhorsiburgh in Jan uarv, 1030. who hnvo boon confined in I In1 .i(",1nl .i rJuebeti for tho Inst 10 months. were set at liberty, on tho boundary line, at St. Regis, by Mr. Sheriff McMnrtin. ol the Eastern District, U. C. Mr. VV. II Tucker, of Hngonsburgh, Franklin Co. nt tended to receive theirt. The names of the seven liborntctl men arc : Benjamin p. Pew, llhica,N. Y Abraham W. Partridge, Augusta, N. Y. Henry L. Hull, Iludtnn. Ohio Vhcron It. Culver. Cayi'ga Co. N. Y. Chauncy Parker. Gcnescc Co N. Y. Nnlhnn Smith, Redford Mich. Squire Thnycr, Burlington, VI. Horrid Attempt at Muiim:n. The Montreal Transcript slates Hint tho wife of a man named Delarti, living nrnr that city, recently allonipted to murder her husband. He was engaged on his kneci at prnycr, when his wile ennui behind hnn with an axe and inflicted n gha-tly wound nn t tic bend, fra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 May 1839

UN AN INFANT, DVINO IN Till: AltJIS Of ITS JIOTltnit. "III! uluuibcis long, oiing mother ! CIip folded mi lliv I r i'.i I ; 'I'liiri- oo i. inl uilh Winching, Succt iimlhcr go Id ir-l. 'J'lic.l u preltis lit) pain lo stir him, lii pri il miii.' U past, For see, his sul'i hand i in thine, lie liiMM not fluiin or blast. "Wliy dost limn gaze so wil.lly 1 Wliv slniiii iliy sliung riiibruce 1 Unlock iliy grurp of ten or, Ami lei nit) feu Ills hire." Su down (lint mother laid liim In licr nanny of cnie, And ki.l his cold inn! inaihlo Inoiv Willi calm anil fix'd despair. ' Wtrp I urcp ! litem's, lioly lio.iling In i'cry gu.diiiig lenr ; Ne'er seriillnizo lii. ii beauteous clay, Tliemigel is nut In.'ic ; IS'o shut of ro-o in cwiuido Whs with n piMi'ii fii deep, As o'er my (killing's closing ''jc Stole his last dmcliku blcqi. " Wlirio 1)01 lie love in hide linn, In that dear sheltci ing s'pot, .Inst llieie, his lender spoil p.s'il, Pius'd, nml llion kneivVl it nut ; Hie I'onil lip nrer iicni...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 May 1839

NOT T II E G L O 11 Y OF Ci! S A U 1? II T T ir K XV K 1, F A UK O F U 0 M K . BY II. B. STACY- FB3TDAY, MAY 31, 1839. VOL,. XIINo. 623 From the Chrl9linn Advocate nml Joiirniil. Tlio following line were f (iijgcsteil by some rcmatks on 'Mlruco nml l lie Spider." l'my ngnin, circle eiiiner, I'rny again, pray ngnin, Lest you lose your soul for ever, Piny ngnin ; There's a rnrfo fur broken law, Which pcrhips on neter caw ; Take the Uililo in your hand, Head again, I)n von know, catcless ("inner, Do you know, do ynu know, It's do ill ri iii or rliimnra, Do von know 1 (toil's word docs il contain Yon must lie born again, Salvation in obtain ; You must pray ! Read again, rnrelcss pinner ; In the Bible you will see, You are lout if you rest Wlicie you be ; Place the value of your eoul Against mountains of rich gold, Tis most preciou', nnd it will Outweigh the whole. You are fir from your privileged State, fir away, From holiness of heart Fur away. There's a Saviour on the throne, Who in m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 May 1839

LATH AND IMPORTANT MOM ENGLAND. I5y tlio packet ship Encland, Captain Wiuto, news hat been received frum Eng. Innil up to Iho Ii.1t h (ill. Tliu qucsliun of their Irish policy lias been decided in favor of the tniiiisiors, by n niiijnrity of 29G nieuihurn tif Parlin incut being npninil, mid 3I1J fir them. II wo Inkn from tliu ininislurinl volo I he fJG placemen, who of coursu nlwuyn vote fur their employers, it leaves the ministers in n mnrnl iiiinorily of 14. The rndicnls voted fur the ministers t0 n man, at the entile time their lcadora declared it, wan their Irish policy nluno that, they supported. Wo arc happy, then, to see that justice to Ireland is the preilominant feeling in the British I louse uf Commons. But ministers cannot retain their places unless something unexpected occurs to give llieni more pop ularity, It is also equally certain that a Tory ministry could not. live n session, unless by coalescing with tho rndicols. This consummation may possibly take place, but it ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 May 1839

VJEKMOJVT HIVE. THfi subscriber having boon appointed agent Cor Weeks' patent Bee IIivc. fjivofl not icf tlint lie is proparcd to execute rights to individuals in Jlurlintftnti or nny other town in tlio stnto wliorc no ngency exists. A perfect mnilol, with the fix t n res , mny he seen nt this office mid to una is but to bo convinced of its vast superiority over tlieold box. The attention of npinri nns, nnd oinatetirs, is respectfully mvitcil to tins subject, particularly nt t lit? present season, before colonizing now swarm in tlio common hive. The pnculinr ndvnn topes of Mr. Weeks' improvement ore too numerous to repent, nnd too obvious even lo the unlearned observer, to urjetl illustrating. Convenicnco, profit, humanity, nil, no n listed in its fnvor. II. B. STACY. Burlington, May, 1039. NEW FASHIONS. AS iuet re turned from Now York with n good nsnrtniint of Ladies T u s c n ti . WS&ct&'f SlrWSiSl! HATS of the Intent fnsb ions, Mouselin do Lainu for dresses, Silks, Ribbon...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 May 1839

THE OIUMfARD. AN ACItOSTlC. T rrincniloii" irtilli ibrsc word' unfold ! II ov r.in llio inle of wo bu told E'en IhmIiIi and life fur rum is sold. Delusion' in the dmnkurds nip KeuVc.lii noi thinks nut drinks it lip ', V iiliinely in hi' grino he Neg ri! nv whcio'ii lli.it put lli.il never diej 1 "Know o not" llio Bible milli A (linnU.it ilV doom' rlein.il dc.iili 1 H c.ifon ! Conscience ! nil were nought : U csliuvcd by rum ! U ! dic.idfuf thought I T. G. S. SATonnAV NtntiT. Saturday night is one of those resting places in the journey of life, when it becomes every inn n to cost nn eye upon his accuunts; to settle with the world and Ins conscience, i no oust iicss ol the week is easily compassed its nvenlB nrc so fresh in the recollection. Hint nil its mistakes nre easily rectified; and its oxperiencu turned to good uccount. The man of ttnincns should then look over his bonks, examine his outstanding debts, and pcc that nil is straight nnil Mile. This fre quent perusal is the mure i...

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