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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 July 1839

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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. — 12 July 1839

FRIDAY M O It N fN 0, JULY 12 . WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, SILAS II. JEJVISOIV. For Lieut. Governor, DAVID 31. CAMP. For Treasurer, HENRY F. JANES. SENATORS FOR CHITI'KNDEN COUNTY JOSEPH CLARK, JOSEPH MARSH. 4TII OF JULY. Agreeable tn previous arrangements this evcr-mcmorablo anniversary was celebra ted by tho inhabitants of this and the neighboring towns with suitable demon, straiten? of joy and festivity; and if wo may credit the concurrent testimony of all who participated, tho satisfaction was uni vorsal. A fine shower the evening pre vious hod prepared our streets for the occasion, nnd amid the roar of cannon and tho chimo of bolls a happy community nwokc to the glorious realization that the 63d anniversary of tho nation's birth. doy etill found them free, independent and hap py. At an early hour our town was filled with men women and children in coaches, in carts, and on horsebacksingly, and in pairs all bent on the enjoyment of a day of real independence, We know not whe...

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. — 12 July 1839

reply to the remark in substance, that little or no capital would be hern fur thu pur chase of theso Icits ; Hint Charles Ihitlcr, Esq , of Now York, would have in the city, by hi airrnt or otherwise, n larjjo amount (gay j575(000) of money for tho invcstmanl in these land?, Charles Butler, it is gen prally known, is brother to Benjamin P. Butler, tho Attorney General, lew pupil, political foster child, and bosom friend of Martin Van Buren, President ol the United States; and last, and perhaps not least, one of tho counsel who n railed, in tho So premc Court of the United States, the Beaubicti case in bchalfuf the Government. It can also bo proved that Benjamin F Butler, Attorney General, Government Counsel, &c, invested or caused to be invested, of his funds twenty five hundred dollar in the purchase by IkeJVorlhJlmcrL can Land Company, of their lands in Kinzie's addition in this city. It can also be proved that the same Ban jnmin F. Butler, in the year 1 030. in the city of Al...

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. — 12 July 1839

"OFFAT'S LIFE MEDICINES-I REANLMATION. Whnn Hit; tnnst imporinut functions tif life tin; sus pcnilci, nntl those vviiit nre invnhds Iiy in heritance nr i rn p r 11 d tt c nre reduced to n deplorable stale of ncrvuiH debility, I hey should nut even then dopnir. for it is not in despair that rnlicl cm ho found. No Let them first look tirnuntl, nnd, laying nsido nil prejudice, nek themselves tins question my physician ennnot help nit, is his rofiut I'll skill mv only resort ?" Perhnpn nt ihnt moment the bending of this advertisement, 'Moffat's Life Medi cines,' would catch the ryo nnd were they in truth divested of foolish prejudices, l hoy tnipht porhnns, ho induced to inquire whether Mr. Moffat's theory nnd Ircnlmenl of disenses differed frntn Hint ol their own physicinns, 'I'hey would then lenrli thnl it did differ, nnd very widely, nnd with most linnpy results, too. I ft hoy pursued their inquiries still fur ther, they would find thnl nil prnclising phydcinnx of the present dny pre...

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. — 19 July 1839

wtinii hum id i i i ii v.. .. I,, Miwwiiwtii!MmB!imii.wi i,'.TiMi'i,iwirAii-v-r'c'iw,s n m. N O T T II H ! I, O R Y O F Cl! SA II 11 IF T T II V, V V, I, r A It K a V U O M U BY II. 1?. STACY VOL. XIII Vo.630 CLING NOT TO HAItTll. Clinu nut In e.uih llmre's nothing llicrc, Iloue.ier loved howeier f.iir, Hill mi il fiMltire si ill iniiat wear The impiess of morlaliiy. Tlie vojngpr on i lie hoiindlpJ deep, Williin Ins h.irqnp ui.iy smile or s'ppp ; lint ben him on lie will not weep To leave Us wild nncerliiinly. Cling not to earth n? null we. "My Tutsi Anna's spi pool's u-.inlon play. 'J'lml gliltnis nnl to liniiiiy To ilp.illi or cUo lo misery. Picam not of I'lpiniUhip lliero. may lie A woid, a siniU, a urii,i fur iIipo Uui wail the hour of need and tec 15ul wonder nut ih' ir fallacy. Think not of IJr.inty likn llie i est It wrais nlinlicon ils p.ipiI 15ni short the liineeio slands confest Ils I'.iUcliood ; 01 ils fi nilly. Then clinst no innir so fondlv on Tim Hon ci of e.iiih aionn...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 July 1839

V it I D A Y ftl O It N I N 0. JULY 19 , WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR GO TERMOR, SILAS II. JE1VISOJV. For Licul. Governor, DAVID M. CAMP. For T reasurcr, HENRY F. JANES. SENATOUS FOR CHI T I'ENDEN COUNTY JOSEPH CLARK, JOSEPH MARSH. 0Vo publish lo i)ny a portion of l he address of the Whig Slate Convention lo Ihe people of Vermont, and shall complete il next week. Ii in drawn up with ability, and present with much force. I ho motives t ho t should prompt every good citizen in the discharge nf his duty to the country, at the present crisis. MR. CLAY. This distinguished stntcsmnn is now on an excursion at the north. Our last qc counts left hi in at Niagara, where he would spend a few days, ond proceed down the St. Lawrence to Montreal and Quebec. From Canada lie will pas through Lake Champlain to the Springs, where ho will remain some weeks. Mr. Clay lias never before visited this section of the Union or nl least not in many years and wc arc not aware that he ever set foot in Vermont. To no p...

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. — 19 July 1839

Governor of Upper Canada, a writ of Ha beas Corpus has been issued by a Judgo of that Stair, and that I ho constitutional pow er of I lie Executive it now undergoing dis cussion tlicro. Unwilling in any instance to Rgeumo doubtful power, and especially in onsen so important, to the security of our citizens and to the harmony of our foreign relations, I have concluded I tin t it ia inex pedient lo deliver cittzena of this State upon the demond of llio Government of foreign States, until tho Constitutional power of the Executive Department of iho Stale Government is mure clearly defined and established. Having arrived nt tin conclusion, it follow that I cannot demand from other States the surrender of fugitives from this State. While the view I have presented as sumes that the constitutional power mid responsibility rotating to this subject ret with the General Government. I apprehend from n passsngo in your communication that you are in error, :n supposing that there is any provision...

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. — 19 July 1839

rContwuitt from first vwc I I in ', , , Y, ,,,r,,,n.l hor I hough s. kI.p tml.lly linn V lie lianu wmui nan " ' lier on mi' "iiy ui i m; niiu.v.-.. ........... her 01. the ilnv Btnoil lor ii inoiiirnt. after she had (lone npoaking, evidently si riving In subdue some strong pasion. struggling for utterance. I hope 1 nin not to consider tins answer ps decisive,' ho nt. length mid, in n cun fctromcd video. 'I can give no other now, or over, re plied Grace lirn.ly. 'I know to whom 1 must impute this refusal! said ho, suddenly giving loose to Ins anger; thou, tnnving linrcely a slop forward, he seized Grace by the wiist, and fixing his gloaming eyes on her lacn. Mild 'Grace Suthgate, tell me, word for word what that upstart, Blair, soul of mo last Monday afternoon.' Thcpnor girl trnnliled and turned pale. Tor the cxnression of Ins laeo was savage; lint hefore she could answer. I lie Inches above thrill were rudely p.irted, and her cousin, with a vigorniH honnil, iilnnlcd lillii'olf. face...

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. — 26 July 1839

N O T T If U C LOHY O F C Al S A K II V T T II K W K I. F A KH o 1' U O 31 i: . .BY IT. B. STACY PKSDAY, JUSiY 26, 1839. From llio Pe.rtl.nid Magazine. Tin: i) aught Fiit. II V SIK9. NN S. STEPHENS. Concmcr. When Nnncy llinmon nitcrcil the ctmm. her of her wretched friend, she found hot tutting upon the lied, her eyes fixed nu the opposite window, nnd lit? r features still lelllod in .1 death-like calm. Nnncy, who hail never seen grief expressed but by lonrp, was surprised ill her scorning resignation, nrd while the drops gathered in her own bright eyes, she threw her nrm nhout I ho sufferer, whispering, 'Oh Grace, dear Grace you can't tell how ! feel for you.' There was no answer, no triolion in the 'Grace, oh Groco. you nro cruel ! wnn'l you lake notice of in'! wlmt linvc I done "Shut you won't speak ?' 'llu-h. hush ! not o load, ynu disturb me I linow you. I know you nil, but it hurts inn to speak open the window I want the air my breath pains 1110,' whis pered the mourner, but w...

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. — 26 July 1839

AIR. SLA UK'S ADDRtiSS. Concluded. Ilnw long will it bo, before Mm nntisl itu lion will, muter such n con rto if nchimtisi in- lion, bo practically ond irrevocably clmiN ged changed in Hie worst possible man ner by encroachment and ocquiosepiico, without foir nnil open discussion, iiiiiI with out I lit; direct uml m t e 1 1 .n t nctiuii of the pi' mile. Who thai looks with the eye of true political philosophy ut (Ins subject, dues not eon in me power which in ciipiible ot thus lending the people to uc(iiicsco in n practical perversion ol their constitution, ground for Ihu most serious nlnrm. 'I'hu people rose in their might forly ycors ogo, ii nd ptii down nn niloiitnut rni utti thot I mil only microdot) Iho threshold of the present abuses of power. The lirst manifestation of lliein wns the ficr tm I for nn onset which resulted in n Iniimph ; nnil ct t hey hnvu now been fastened on the country fur ten ycori ! Do yon osk us, fellow cuizcim, for a so lution of the mysloty ol thii- cha...

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. — 26 July 1839

form the ntrongiti and hoped of our oppoiipalfl, Ami if we havu been coiitt'iidiii for principle, principles which nro cici mil, u lircli tuitlivi; rlnti t lived being. should m nol tttcrvo eternal ic pioach, if, in our contest I'm men, we n.icrificn our country, ila ronslitutioii, ud its liljrjrrten f fellow citizens, if ihe individual uho.iniv nilili 'i-c-t miii if I inn mi obstacle in (hi! way nf perfect h.iiiiinuv nnd union, mvny wilh inn, mid fix upon mine indi vidual more likely In con-'oliilalo I In: friend of the Union. I have long cxpi cased u ilcsim to t elite from puhlic life. I slill rntrrlnin that itr-sirc, mill I shall carry il out when i can do to wilh luiiior to myself ti ml in connislciicy wilh ihe Jnliea which I own lo my counliy. No veleian soldier, coveted wilh scars nnd vvilli wound,., ever received his did cli.ir xviili iikii c ptc.ijtue than I rhonld miiin were 1 pcniiiited lo retire. Ilul I think that like him, I :un entitled to :iu honorable iliscli;iruc." I...

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. — 26 July 1839

arr ICuiulutlctl from first iirgr.l Itiirnt Willi suppressed nnguiso. ... u!i, Im.l limm-ln' her Iron, homo:! 'No innllt;r n lew ...mules enn be of mi rvory faro was til ri itji'. nml she drew back into I ln r lniiti! rrWMfil nnd hopeless, ll wns n relief 1o her. wIiimi flic snw llint lie intended lo carry linr home. Ilml hu elm. son liny other direct tun, elm must Imvc submitted, fur she writ helpless in hie hands. They li'nl traveled uenrly an hour in silence, whuii Iliiitnnusuddeiily chucked Ins tiort-e, nnd Inking her linml in In. snid 'Mists Sulhgnte, my sweet Grncc. link upon inn I have perfnriiu (I your conditions your cousin is free vvliun inn 1 lo clmui my lovely rnwnrd ?' 'Then il wan nil fnlp. nml you have for pworn,' c.vclaimriJ the wretched girl. tearing licr tin rids from Ins grnsp, nml looking iiround I lie lom-ly spot, ns if for help, Huininn forcibly retook lnr linml. 'Lot n? understand rnrb oilier,' lie mid sternly: 'I will lint bo infli'd with did ynu not promise ...

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. — 2 August 1839

m wi;,iiMiii'nwteTMMiiiyiji.ili.i- NOT THE G 1, O U V OF 0 S A R It V T T II H W K I, I' A UK o K H O iI U PMMIC(!inl BY II. B. STACY- M'HISK I WAS A WUK LITTLK SLIl OP A GIRL. When 1 was a wee little flip of a irl, Too unless nml jmmg for :i pnnle ; dear !' The men, ns I p.ui'd, would pxcl.iim, "1'ielly Which, I imtM s.iy, I llioiinlit liither mile It.ulicr Mido.'fo 1 did ; Which, I niiipi !iy, I i lton4 li t raiher rude. Huuevei , said (, uIipii I'm iinre in mv lecm, 'I hfi'll, fine, ceapc lo vvuriy tnc then : But ns I reiv thp oMer.so ihoy gtuw die boldcr- kSiicIi impudent lliins sue ihc men ; Aic (lie men, :nu ihu turn, Such impudent things tire (lie men. Hut of all die hold ihingri I could rinr suppofe, (Vet linvv cunld I l.iku it ami.' 1) Was that ofiny iinudcul rotigin l.i.it night, When hf: actually cave me a kUs ; Av, a ki??, ro he did ; When he nrtii.illv K.iio me a kiss ! I tpiickly irpinvid him, hut ah ! in surh lone?, .. I'h.it, etc we ueie li.tlflhrougli the ilen, Rlv ...

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. — 2 August 1839

F It I I) A V ,M O It N I ,N t!, A U (J U S T 2 . whig nominations. fo;j GOFUiijXon, SIIjAS Iff. cTISMSOJS. For Ai'n. Gmrnior, DAVID M. CAMP. For Treasurer, HENRY F. JANES. SENATORS FOR CHITTENDEN COUNTY .TOSKIMI CLAKK, .TOSICPII ItfAKSH. .MR. CLAY. Wc Irnm thai Mr. Clny nrrivctl at Mon treal on Tuesday morning, mid deported in the evening for Quebec. In reply tn the invitation of our committer, wc learn tliat he has signified hi intcniinti to spend n day nt this plnr.o nrxt werl:. I Jo will arrive hern on Tucdny evening, rcinnin during Wednesday, nnd tnko the evening boat for the south. We nrc highly grati fied with this arrangement, as it will afford Mr Clay a favorable opportunity of noting nomething of the charnctor of our literary institulinnsatthotiorth.nnd at thesame time accomodate a much larger number with an opportunity of becoming personally ac quainted with nnr. who is alrrady, imslrnn- per lo tho hrartaof his countryman a . . n"iirm.n. AS ! wu uumre inuinaieo, ivi r. Ul...

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. — 2 August 1839

mnins were conveyed to Scotland for inter moot. At the request of Iit fnthor n post mortem examination of her liody was made nnd the result forever put ut rest nil the doubts- ns to her innocence of tlio chnrgo that had been preferred against her char acter. Mr. nnd Mr. Wrbs'er nro annniinced guutts nt Lord iirouirtiani's soirco on the Olh. On the l!ih Mr. Hume made n motion in thu house of commons to inquire into the pecuniary transaction of the Hunk of Eng In lid since ihe resumption nfcush payments j nnd pnrlicnlnrly lo ascertain how far these I rausnct ions produced the alarming crisis of the manufacturing, conitncrcinl, and flnaucinl nfl'.nrs of the country in 1.125 C. nnil m 1!!3G 7 ; nnd also to inquire wheiher ns the Hank of England is at present con HtiUtcd, then! ever can be stability in the currency, or confidence in the commercial transactions of the country. In the llnus'o of Lord on Ihe evening of Hie Sill insl., the Archbishop of Cnuier hury brought forward his resolu...

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. — 2 August 1839

FJRI.0 INSUUANCli. TO MANUFACTLMlKRS & OTHERS. BJTANE Providence W ii I itr i o r Insurance a Cotupn ny i in Prnvidenor,. Rhode Island, continue to Insure ngiiiu-i loss or damage by fire, on Cotton, Wnllen, and other Manufactories, Buildings, and Mer chandise, (in favorable tonus. Tins Company h wi'll known to the Manufacturers of New England, mid pun Besses their lull confidence. Tho Company wa incorporated A. D. 1000. The Capital S'ork is '.'00 000. till ptild in ninny years since, mid wi ll secured in I!nii I; Smcksj uiid Real Estate. The Directors are. SUM,! VAN DDK R. BENJAMIN IIOIM'IN, MOSES B IVES. IIKN'ltV I'. !'!! is KLIN, ROBERT i! IVES, ELISIIA DVER. CARLO M A till AN. CHARLES JACKSON, WILLIAM BUTLER. Manufacturers mid others wihing for Insuiance. arc rrjiif.-t nl to direct their np. plications (which should ho accompanied with n particular description of the prop crty.) pi'r mail, lo the President or Secre tary t ( the Compnny, nnd the same will be attended to proion...

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. — 9 August 1839

wmwiwHiniwuita NOT T II U J Ij O It Y O F C A! S A It II 'P T II H W l I. V A ItK O V li () M I) BY II. B. STACY' FRIDAY, AUOITST , S39. VO XII f No. 63" TO A CACCD I.AGI.F.. "Ti's (one, 'it's o'er,-andwe arc slavcuforcvcrV D.iiiiuii. I. l'.iiil ol the Fill), nnd A Iphio nlmtil. liy droop lliy nnlilo finni t The thunder nVr l lieu i.iilles load, And rails llico in the florin ! liiitl of llui gale, wliem llic (lie, I'liiit In lliy iiion.iiih c)C, Tliv ie.u streiuiih, that leach'd ilio T.ir P.ivillioiii ol'ilio tky 1 II. Piond inonnuiit liird, lliy (Hidil is o'er, Tilde's lilooil iipim lliy plume; 'I'lii- linlilning beckons lliee iiloll, linl ("no h.is H'.ilril lliy doom. Ami human hands have done ilm deed, Freemen lime stitirk the blow ! On freedom's ft 1 1 it r l lion innsl lilccil, ClmiiiM by lliy hciirlless foe. , III. r P,ol(l liitil, lliy pinper sphere is wlicrc Win's crimson li.miiei a wave ; The emblem of mir liberty, The linnoied of the lirtive. Tliv form nnr ruin and flag sh...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 August 1839

Vtalioit. Our Republican Institution can never be ill" r safe then when I he discus won hi' pnlilic iiii'ti. i-i ho vigorous ns to bring into tho offices of the General nnd Hintu Governments individuals whose rein luiiH prevent llm ptissibily uf coinhinntiniia between t Item In pyrpelunto power confer it'll only for llio public good. I pray ymi to express to the ComtniUno my acknowledgements for this mark of iheir attention, with the ncRoranco of my Ulcere roped lownrdt) the Connnon Coun. t'il, nml my ardent ileMru for ihu prosperity iflhn city over winch thuy preside, nnd whoso welfare U identified with that of the State and the Ui'ion. I ntn, very respect fully, Your obedient, servant. WILLIAM II. SEWARD. Thomas 0. Talmadrk, Eso.. Chairmnn CiuiiniHtce of the Common Council of New York. wine; nominations. FOR GO FERVOR, For Lieut. Governor DAVID M. CAMP. Fur Treasurer, HENRY F. JANES. sknatoks rou chit tenden. county .TOSUI'II CLARK, J0SK1MI MARSH. OZTAnother source nf sorrow to th...

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. — 9 August 1839

inont in n people essential to Patriotism, Isaac Newton Oregon, Montreal, i,. c. 14. Tho End of tho world, according to the Scandinarion Mythology, Jbm Henry Hopkins, Jr. Burlington. 15. Influence of tho Spirit of Society on personal Indo pcndcncc, Josiah Ambrose Fletcher, Lyn Ion. 10. Tho itifluenco of Fiction on t ho cultivation on tho Mind, Marston Cabol Smith, Windsor. 17. The Soul's commit, nion with the Formniivc power of Nature, William Frederick .Macrae, St. Johns, i u. 111. Intellectual Method. James Forsyth, Kcfipcville, N. v. Mubick. Aktkunoon. Musick. 1. Parliamen tary Eloquence dnrins the reign of George the'Third. Edward Van Sicklen, Burling, inn. 2. The influence of tho Low and Vulgar in LiteValurn, Ezekiel Ilnbart Saylcs, Starksboro'. 3. Characteristics of ihn School of Romantic Poetry, Charles Wells; Bellows Falls. Musick. 4. Ge nius! its Duties anil its Claims, William Grcenaugh T. Sheild, Willsboro', n. v. 5. Tho relation of Plnlosophicnl Studies to the duties of ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 August 1839

F1M0 INSURANCE. TO MANUI-'ACTURIiRS & OPIIERS. KTftHE I'rovnlfiiop Vn-liiiiir)on Insurance 3k Company, l" Providence RIiiiiIl' Islomt, ennt'nui' to Insiirp ngninl lots or dnmngn by fire, on Cotton, Wolleti, nnd other Manufactories, Buildings, nud Mer chandise, (in fnvo-nbtu lf;rnii- This Cnmpnuv is vvill known to the Manufacturers of New-England, nnd pes scssca their full confidence. The Compnny whs incorporated A. D. 1H00. The Cnpitnl S'ock is $200,000, n.ll paid in many years since, and well secured in Bnnk Stocks nnd Real Estate. The Directors are. SULLIVAN DORR. BUN. I AM IN IIOPPJN, MOKES II IVES. I1ENKY P. FRANKLIN, ROBEUT U. IVKS, ELfSIIA DYER. CARLO M AURAN. CllAULES JACKSON, WILLIAM BUTLER. Manufacturer-" nnd other? wit-hinrr for liisiitnuoe, are requeMoil to direct their np. plications (which -bou'd he acrnmpnnind with a particular de-criptinn of the prop erty.) per mml, to Iho President or Secre tary i f the Compnny, nnd the twine will he attended i" promptly. SULLIVA...

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