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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 November 1842

M't " Vermont rem via B1UTTLEBORO, Vt. NOVEMBER 18, 184.2. VOL. IX. NO. 12. 11 V W M . K . 11 Y T H 13 W . ' " i Ill T1IK FRENCH REVOLUTION. Dr. L.iti)Ni:u is at present lecturing Philadelphia on 1 lie French Revolution. From n report of the lecture published in the Evening Journal, we take the following sketch : Dnnton and Robespierre determined to establish a system of cspoihngc in other words to send tlioir myrmidons ns spies in to tho. houses of nil suspected persons. To wards the cud of August, this atrocious measure was carried into execution, and thousands were daily arrested, until the prisons were literally filled to overflowing. On the 2d of September, a hand of three hundred hired assassins arrived in Paris, who Were exhorted by Danlon anil his associates to massacre all in prison, nnd being promised n louis d'or per day for their services, pro ceeded to the execution of ihcir bloody en gagement. It so happened that at the Ho tel dc Villc, there were 24 arrested persons, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 November 1842

Ic?itflatiire of Vermont. Monday, Nov. 7, 1842. Senate Resolution By Mr. Hubbel, relating lo a protectee tariff, and instruct ing our delegation in Congress lo use their influence in procuring an increase of protec tion on wool. Mr. Cutis moved its reference to the committee raided on resolutions from other states relating to the same subject, Opposed in debate by Messrs. Hubbel mid Hatch, supported by Messrs. Cutis, Briggs and Eaton. A motion to lay upon the table and make the order for to-morrow morning, by Mr. Hubbel, being negatived, the motion of Mr. Cults was carried, 14 to 12, and the resolution referred accordingly. Bill Defining the rights and qualifica tions of freemen, taken up in commit tee of the whole, various) v amended, report ed lo the Senate, amendment adorrted, and the bill, after remarks by Mr. Crimp, was further amended on motions of Mersrs. Bar ret, Butler and Dillingham, aud ordered to be engrossed. This bill now provides that the board of decision on the righ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 November 1842

TTcvmout Vljocnf).. F1IW.1Y, JVOI'i.'.l7JL' 18, 18IU. UnToliV or Vciimuxt, Natural, Civil, and Ktajistl- cnl, in three parts, witn a new map ni mo otuiu iiiL'ravtniiJ. hv iSAUuc nioMrsos. MASSACHUSETTS ELECTION. From the Northampton Gas, of 'I'ucsilai, Probably no Klcction ofGov. by tho rooplc. Morton fifteen hundred ahead of Davis 1 AVc have just received, per express, from Putts Jlridgc, the Boston Post, which con tains returns from -M towns ! and the result, - nmi 2JU LiiL'ravinijJ .i t.t, i '.i I.. ..r It I- nfr.'.it nw lust is sued from ll.e Press, which wc have perused with according to the Post, is a gain ofSOOO for i; !.,. 1 ..,,1 .v.,.l. .I.nul.l ho n accd n morion HlllUU i.im i.iii. 1U U1UIIII1.JT llllt,IVPI Ml... ... n. I Dm hand of evorv citizuti of our State. It i sum cicnt comiiu'iidalion of the faithfulness mid ability Villi which its Author has executed his design to say The Committee tin Kdiication unanimously re The Atlas had not gone to press when tlio cars loft. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 November 1842

CUlflOVS 0J1SE' OF 'JIDD UC TION. For ILadiefe Cloaks. UTTON CLARK have liila week ro- Tho Lceils Times narrates nn incident i... !..- ....1 :., VnrtolMr. fit In irrnpi- n novel. Tlio lie ro is a groom, courted I SJf ceived from Uoston, n few jileces Indian by his master's daughter; and his mwngoolhotpltndidmliele JortMaut wmh r..i .1... ;,..i.u f fin r nsn n ( in cv-1 and Dresses, also Silk Warn Jlluaeca, Cotton u ill i uii'i iiiiiiiiuwii w. .. - -- . . . ii i entful history prove thnt his discretion and dis trust at the commencement were caused by no lack ol ninnly spirit. About nine, months ngo Mr. Clint lei Urook, n wealthy American mer chant, came to settle with his fumily, n wife nuil two daughters, at Mlrfield. Among the ser vants, employed as 'hoots' or occasional groom, wus Ucnjnmin Hall; for whom the elder Miss lironk. twenty-three, vears of ane. conceived an unit-lit pasiion. Wh'enever he was at work I in the vnrd, she watched him from one of the windows; aim sue never le...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 November 1842

i iiuir"l H jO J ! . Kl1t ,'ffl BY WM. E. It YT II 12 It . B1UTTLEBORO, Vt. NOVEMBER 25, 1842. VOL. IX. NO. 13. VERMONT PHflGMIX. Western Kail Road. ON and allrr Turn Jay, Nov. 1st, IB4ii, Passenger Trains will leave (Sundays excepted) as Jul. lows : Jloston at 7 A. M. and H I'. Al. for Albany, Albany at 7 A. M. and 1 I'. M. for lloston, Hiiringllcld G 3-1 A Al. and l!2 3-4 M. fnr Albany, (Springfield at G A. Al. and 1 I'. AI. for Huston, Worcester !) l-'i A. Al. and u 1 Al. Tor Albany. On Sundays a Aluil Train leaves Springfield for llostnn, at(i A. M. arriving at Huston al II l-'J A. AI. Ilrturuing, leaves lloslun nl '2 P. M. and Wor cester at 4 1 -'J 1'. Al., arriving in Springfield at 7 1-4 I. M. ttTTbe Time is llnstnn time, which is about 1." minutes in advance ol Albany time. The Mnrning Train from Huston to Allnny ar rives at Worcester alii 1-4 A. M,, Springfield at 13 .4 Al., at Titlstield :i :i 4 1'. AI , nt Chatham at .' 1.4, at Albany (i 1-21". AI. K.ire through $:. Cars ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 November 1842

Report of llio Commissioners of llio Dcnf, Dumb, Mind mid Insane. To His Excellency the Govcrnur of the State of Vermont: The Commissioners for llio inslriictinn of the deaf, dumb mid blind for the year 1842, ri.Hi.er.ifiillv submit the following report: Within the your ending '" ." Mn ini. mm were :it tie American Asy- . , . - . . jiiiiiioriNpiioni Biuiiuiiu, . . . I I I I .1 1. !..,. iit .iiv ....... ...- , j - - arics from this State who bad been ml - r.. tl.o .(.mi nnti iinmiv uvpniv-iwo lien- oliotoricB from tins btntc wi.o nan uora iu - united by loruicr boards ol conimiss oiicrs , of which number during that year tour com- ..Inln.t lliritld fi tltf1IQ4inll nllll WPffi ..Inin.t Inrma nr iiilinission nllll were jfiL..v.. -- t - iiisciiarucii ; iww u.ivuh:ii iw iiiauiuuun, mu one other deceased. At the meetings of our board in February :inil Mav last, wc nave warrants of admis- niu.. ... t ! r.:r I Lnc. P.,cr KaT l,,c "S""- "'u8 ' ordered to a second rcailimr. i:i!) lo (5-to ' ....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 November 1842

The nnnounccmcnt of the death of Colt hud scarcely heen made, when the cupola of the Tombs was discovered to he oil lire. The llaincs burned rapidly through the frame work, and the sparks anil looso pieces ot J timber were blown some distance before ilm wind, threatening serious damage to the ailioininc btiildiiius. Several eiiaincs were promptly on tlic c spot, but the force of the verity with which the flames cd the cupalo before the liro wind and the severi Imriip.d. destroyed the cunal cou Id bo cxt iiinushcd. Ciuito a tiumucr 01 : ' . . . . a . . . . . C- , , , I indviduals rushed into the prison, and a i scene of extraordinary confusion ensued. We understand that Colt Hail prepared a review of the opinion ofGov. Seward on his case, and which, on our last interview with him, on Thursday, he desired that we should obtain for publication The conduct of the Sheriff, throughout the arduous task ho has had to perform, has been marked with firmness and humanity. lie has conceded to t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 November 1842

Tkcx Brandrcth J?tfJs- "l'7i has letn the longest knoien has been most considered: and tchtil hut letn tnust Con- iiilcred is btsl undcrsluvd.' Con-ddcrntlons for Physicians nnd their I'utlciits. npiIE experience of "every man who knows any J thing of thtf nature nnd Irt-alirlctit ofdinense, furrcs up mi liflu llii4 ciuiclusinn, that a proper pur ilik is tin "illy iiieihcuiu muii:rnlly nuplieulde. it ill true (lint in some tunes, the LitiicCl, Antimo ny, Mercqry, nnd remedies of the iaiiic class limy tiprflir to hlFnrd relict" But vlien this i to, it is only VedttUsl' iliey are Artificial modes of lessening tlleiiriionnlof huiiiom in the body, while vegetable, purgation with the IIIUNDIIBTII PILLS "t tho natural one. Tlmy nbslnet the impurities or nf,llie blood, while oilier remedies either lake Hie M.ooU. itself, or while they tend In lessen ils qtnlilivs, absolutely impart jjreuler acidity to what U left behind. That the Principle nl I'urtfotion, has loo often tillered Irom the re...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 December 1842

VERMONT PH(EIIX 11 Y M' M . K . 11 Y T II 13 II . BRATTLEBORO, Vt. DECEMBER 2, 1842 VOL. IX. NO. 14. A Hw.t. at -run CounT or llussn. Wo extract from 1 ho .Tuitrnn) do Frnnkfort the fol lowing delinks, wJnrh nn o.vo witness gives ol'n 1all nt Iho court ol' Ilussin': "Iminccli.itoly nf tor my presentation to t he 'Emperor nml Em press of Jlussin, I hnil the honor of being pres otit nt a magnificent bill, which showed the court in nil its splendor. On such occasions no civil costume is ndmiltcil. Everyone is in uniform, nnd the variety of drosses (jives n splendid character to the' scene. Imagine gi gantic, rooms lit up by thousands of wax lighis, nn assemblage ol'more than 1,5C0 persons, wo men admirably lienutil'id, whose exquisite dres ses add to their beauty, and you would suppose yourself in n f.n'ry scene. The Emperor opens the court halls with a Pnhmise, d.-im-ing nt iirst with llie Empress, ihen with the Princess es of I he Imperial Family, and next with the Indies of I ho hig...

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 December 1842

I evils, am! the long train of bitter conscmion-l .vj i : v-.-s.? ... . i v.'... r ilmi Kill The ureal Democratic Whiff meeting hi ccs.aiion.mni upon ;V - .ilade phia. held on the 5th of October was you were " v y r addressed by the lion John M. Clayton, ol , ana i.y no otnnr man. L - v MR. CLAY AND Tilt COMl'KOMISE The great Dcmor.r Philadelphia, bold on ' . ". - ....!.. ... Xt. Wmim.pli'a iiit pc.awarc . w.o re crr,g . . V fp WM , m,,ivc, Mr. Clayton W rron.W.,1. which had In infincueeii, , o fl c mm. on., of Mr. Tyler's Secretary of oftho Compromise Act- hoy did not vis. SMC ' The propriety of the Compromise to wo the blood of their fellow cmzc.issl.cd. hill, as necessary to save American industry , Wo preferred to hold out the olive braiic I. from immediate and utter ruin, and the pat-1 of and to give time r rson to w mi.i a he riotic motives governing Mr. Cay and .hose empire. Wo hoped tin I . mng esc., ed who acted with him on that occasion are tin.,, the Nullincrs would tnl 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. — 2 December 1842

GREAT GAI-K ON LAKE- ERIE. A furious gain look place on Lake F.ric on l'ri tiny, 18th nlt. anil llio niglit following, accompa nied by a driving fall of snow, which rendered Iho i...... ... o.ii, . 1. .. ii... :-;,. ni .M i: ti.i . ,,.i. lew yards distance. I ho wcntl er was v cry cold i withal, nhd we fear the damage, done on t no Lake was vcrv ureal. 'I'hu Buffalo CoiiimrreialiilH.it- unlay evening recounts tins following disasters presence i ol' superior ; being. When he "is galh u.,11.1., . iw.irih i'.,riHl ,m, l,w lul"l,r. arL,l w "' Uic Nation j within n low miles of that port : loss. The Scliooncr JpfliTson, Capt. Dougall, wulit nsliorc nt (i o'clock last tii-'ht. about tbrcc miles above Duflalo liahl house, nntl is , iintsir!ii.Mi, and the (ihdc, the oilicial V Martin ... , ...:7i i, ,i. l o" lliireu s administration, nre hiTatint: eacli oth- a total wreck, attended with n nielai cboly I pr B01tmv .rhl,ru ls bul v ,lUU, - t ,,lt loss onifo out? Clllirc family, husband, Wllo ...

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 December 1842

. V,bNTUEl)EAT" OF vClf ILDnUNV V l, I1T JOtli aUlXOV ADAMS. Sure, to tho innnsiona of the Meat, When infant innocence nsccnds, Borne, angel brighlcr (linn the test The Bootless spirit's flight nttends. Oil wings of ccftoe.y lltcy rise, Beyond where worlds material roll, ' Till some (air Bister nfthi" ekics Receives tlie unpolluted soul. There, nt the Altniglily Father's hand, Nearest the throne of living light, The choirs of mlniit seraphs stand, And dazzling shine, where ull (ire bright. That uncillngifulinhlu beam, With dust United nt our birth, Sheila a nioru dim, discuhireil gleam, , The more it lingers upon earth. Closed in ihU dull itbode ol clay, The stream of glory faintly burns, t Nor liuobjcured Hie lucid ray ' To ils own native fount returns. Hut when tho Lord ofinorlnl breath Decrees his bounty to resume, And points the silent sli:i IV ofdeillli, Which speeds nil infant to the tomb No passion fierce, no low desire, lias quenched the radiance of the flame; Hack to its Go...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 December 1842

VERMONT P IKE NIX. B II A T TLEBORO, Vt. DECEMBER 9, 1 842. 11 Y XV M . K . It Y T II 13 VOL.. IX. NO. 15. THE HASTY WOUi). A few months ngo I buried my eldest boh, n line ninnly boy of eight years of age, who lind never had n dny's illness until that which look him hence to be here no more. His death occurred under circum stances particularly painful to inc. A . I...,.1.L it ., l,.l,im n.1n!,fn sickly child from n baby, had been down for nearly a fortnight, with an epidemic fever. In consequence of the nature of the disease, I used every precaution that prudence sug- . ... ....... w 1 " I vested, to - tard the other n.cnibcrs of the family aramst it. But of this one. mv eld- est, I had hut little fear, he was so rugged nml so generally healthy. Still, however, 1 kept a vigilant eye upon him, and especially forbade his going into pools and docks near his school, which he was prone to visit. One evening I came home wearied with a long day's hard labor, and vexed at some lit tle disap...

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 December 1842

L1 in i '" himiw-'"- 11 '" 1 ' ; .'..'. To the Senate und Mowse Wo have continued reason to express our profound Gratitude to tlic trrcat Creator of nil things for numberless benefits conferred upon us as a people. Blessed with genial boasons. the husbandman .has his earners fill ed with abundance, and the necessaries of life, not to speak of its luxuries, abound in eery direction. While in sonic other na tions steady and industrious labor can hard ly find the means of subsistence, the greatest evil which we have to encounter, is a sur plus of production beyond the home demand, which seeks, and with difficulty funis, a par tial market in other rcuions. The health of the country, with" partial exceptions, 'has for Hie past jcar been well preserved; and un der their free anil wise institutions, the Uni ted States arc rapidly advancing towards the consummation of the high destiny which an overruling Providence seems lo have mark ed out for them. Exempt from domestic convulsion, anil at...

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 December 1842

uiiii in --- urn of exchange, the Exchequer should rc: tain of the revenue of the Government a sum not to exceed 85,009,000 in pceic to ho set apart as required by its operations, ami to pay the public creditor at his own option, either in rpecio or Treasury notes, .,1' .Iminminritiritiu lint losa lhall flVO. HOT CX- . . .. . .' . . .. .! ....I.I!. . It I " .. should be redeemed at the several places of issue, and to be receivable at all tunes and every where in payment of Government dues ; with a restraint upon such issue of bills that the samo should not exceed ihomnximitin of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. In order to guard against all tholmards inci dent to fluctuations in trade, the Secretary of the Treasury was invested with authority 10 issue 85.000.000 of Government sfock, should the same at any time be regarded as necessary, in order to place-beyond hazard the prompt redemption of the, bills which mb'ht be thrown into circulation. Thus in fact making the issue of 8...

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 December 1842

SPANISH ROBBERIES. During my stay for n fortnight in the capital, I heard of three robberies in the streets. One oflhorh wos conducted in n most singular man ner. The victim wns returning Irom a pnrty at the French ambassador's.wnen no was orcos ted by several men nnd ordered to give uphis department. A. u. money; which, being alono nnd unarmed, ho of Natural Science. ' did: tlio robbers then handed him n piece of pa- , coining Term, in the per which, without looking at, he put in Ins and Hebrew Languages. I he course ol study pocket. This happened near the Toot orthe Al- will be thorough, and the practical end of Ld calajand when lie arrived at the top ol'the ucation will be kept steadily in view. It is the street, he was again slopped and asked whether determination ol'the Trustees to me every cl ho had not a piece of paper. Ho produced the dirt to make tins School a permanent one, paper he had received at the foot of tlio street, I where pnienls may send their children Willi whic...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 December 1842

HIEHTIX BY WM. E. KYTIIEK. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. DECEMBER 16, 1S42. VOL. IX. NO. 16. I II Western Rail Road. ON mid after Tucsilny, Nov. 1st, l&li!, I'aMcngrr Trains will Wave (Sundays executed) aa lob Iowa: Uoston at 7 A. M. and 3 1'. M. Tor Albany, Albany at 7 A. M. and 1 P. M. for Boston, Springfield G 3-4 A. M. and I 'J 3-4 M. for Albany, ai.rinjjfield at (i A. M. and 1 1'. M. fur Jloston, Worci-ater 0 1-3 A. M. and 5 1-2 1'. M. for Albany. On Sundays a Alatl Train leaves Sprinpfield for llonton, at (i A. M. arriving at Bnalon at 11 1-2 A. M. Returning, leaves Huston at SJ 1. M. and Wor center at 4 1-SJ 1. M., urriving in Springfield at 7 1-4 I'. M. tCrTlic Time is Boston lime, which is about 15 minutes in advance of Albany time. The Morning Train from lloston to Albany ar rives at Worcester at !) 1-4 A. M., Springlield at 12 M M., at Pittufiehl 3 3 4 1'. M., at Chnlhnin at 5 l-4,at AlbanyCI-21'.M. Fare through $3. Cars leave Albany for Utica at 7 P. M. The livening Train from, l...

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 December 1842

jV, fl. yi;t ylci relating to the Punish ment of Capital Crimes. It is hereby enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Vermont as follows: Sue. 1. If any person shall commit any nrimn wliidlu hv the lawn of this State, is l.1.1 ...Itt. ,r.nili ntitt eft 'ill tin tlmmnf pun.si. u -. ; - C. ' I'" 1 r" " r " . , ' , bciucucuu i" ou. ..... vv...... v........ ... StatO'PriSOIl, Ulltll tllC puntSliniCllt 01 Ucatll kIiiiII lin inflicted. Sue. 2. If any person shall hereafter be r.nnvle. ted of niiv crime, heretofore commit- io.l Ku Knelt nerson. which by the laws of tl.m Rintn Is minishablo with tlcalh, such person shall thereupon bo sentenced to soli tary confinement in the State Prison until tho punWiuicnt of death shall bo indicted. Sr.c. iJ. No person, upon whom the sen tence of death shall be passed by the county court of tiny county in tliis State, shall be executed in pursuance- of such sentence, .iil.;.. mm venr from the lime of passing such sentence, nor until the whole re...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 December 1842

t! mcd br a boat the sojo number of evnp followers. The supplies were ssaffi- r ;ent for forty daps, and tnMMtwMsl bj aboat - 0(ia cimei besides b4W.ks ,d uuu cinM. neswes BWHH5KS md aaaes, the whole train when on the m eoremtg an ient of twelve mile. The dirmoa was '' -::( i to take the phre of the unortonate g- -r: '!i 'I L.iliul. the distance to .atui .t -js miles, and of this it was said t.iey '. ; iccimplished I.VI mile, and srnwd at M jr. No direct infonaar.'ia of tbi . "uireTcr been receded, and in the ab- ace of this, numerous rumors have ob- lutied circulation which ha? rr-cehed more -r Jess crc-dcnce. S-nne of the rumors state that :hev hid lost part of their bii'gase. otb- ers tha. Gi.uir.ee had been taU-nfb.t in - j i. Me a.--3cc oi ut:. u..c new. .1 . difficult t i j-id- which ol l.ie rumors are base, up- on T-Jth. 'jtiicr.l Euzl'inl ilso Itfi Ci.'iiJihar on t"i. tnd ur'iceeded lowarJ Queltah with 4J'H1 :r ps and camp foll-wers, indud.np the -.ck and wotiaded of the arm...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 December 1842

No. 1. An Act, in addition to, and in aU tcration of an Art relating to the Grand List, approved Nop. 11, 1S41. It is hereby enacted by the General As scmbly of the State of Vermont, ns follows: Suction 1. All polls liable to bo taxed bv the act to which this is in addition, shall be set in the list at two dollars, in lieu of one dollar, as provided by said act. Sue. 2.- All practicing attorneys and all practitioners of physic or surgery shall be assessed and sctjin the list at not less than ono dollar and not exceeding thirty dollars, according to their respective gains, ot the discretion of the listers. Sec. 3. The listers, on the nppraisil of real estate, shall set all buildings not having moro than ten acres of land attached thereto, mills and lactones, buildings on public lots, stores, forges, furnaces, mines and quarries where stone is quarried, in a column sepa rate from other real estate; and the conven tion of listers for averaging valuation of the several towns in the coun...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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