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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 August 1839

fit fTOl$tfiC NOT T II R ti fi O It Y O I' C Ai H A K K If T T f V. W J I, J' ARB O F H O ill IJ . .BY Iff. B. STACY- EMiiDimimMttCTgW'atirjraffvnTiTrg Mi - INFI.UIJNCR OF SYLVAN SCKNF.UY. nv I'liorcssoti i.ciNorr.u.ow. 1 love llit! city nml its busy hum: 1 love that glad excitement of the crowd, wind) makes the pulse beat quick the frccilom from restraint the absence of those euri ons eyes anil idle tongues, which persecute you in villages ami provincial towns. I love the country, ton. in its seasons; and there is notccne over which my eyes rove with more delight than the fnco of a sum tner landscape, dimpled with soft sunny hollows, and smiling in nil the freshness mid luxuriance of Juno. There is no bonk in which I read swuo'.cr lessons of virtue, or find the beauty of a quiet life moro legi bly rccordt'd. My heart drinks in the tranquility of the scene; and I never hoar the sweet warblu of a bird from its native wood, without a silent wish that such a cheerful voice and peaceful...

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. — 16 August 1839

WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVKRXOlt, SILAS H. .TEKESON. For Licul. Governor, DAVID M. CAMP. Fur Treasurer, HENRY V. JANES. SENATORS rnR CHI TI'HNDEN COUNTY JOSKIMI ChAUK, JOSHIMI MAItSH. TO TUB FREEMEN OF VERMONT. It may be recollected by tlmo who nt tended tlm Woodstock Convention thnt n committee was charged with the duty of addressing their fellow citizens on the sub ject nf the enming election. Every election is important ns it is the highest exercise of n freeman's power, but the enming election is peculiarly so from the fact that parlies am Inking more active means for tho selection nflhoircnndidatos for the presidency, and tlio election of that officer is mode to turn upon principles of vital importance to the well-being of the Union, if indeed tliev do not involve thu continued existence o f t lie government. The onlv wav in which the freemen ol this Ftatc can carry out their principles through the ballot box, and the character of those principles is to bo learned by the politic...

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. — 16 August 1839

porriion, except under strong escort. Too detachment nt Fort Maitland will be immediately withdrawn. Should Port Mellon prove unhealthy, and the Surgeon recommend its abintlonrncnt, you are nuthnriied to transfer the garrison, "and reinforce some of the neighboring posts. GEO. H. GRIFFIN, Asa't Adj't General. Important rnoM Texas-A Battle And a Victory. The New Orleans Bee brings the following highly interesting intelligence, furnished in the Red Landor, a paper published nl St. Augustine, Texas, dated 20th July. It contains, as will bo Been, uuthentic intelligence of two engage menta between the Texan find several tribes of Indians, in both of which the latter were defeated with serious losses. Head Quarters. ) Camp Garten Jul) 16, 1039. S To the Hon. Sydney Johnson, Sec. of War: Sm On yesterday the negecialinn on the part of the commissioners having failed, under vour order, the whole forco was pul in motion towards the encampment of Bowles, on the Nechcs. Col. Lnndrum crossed on ...

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. — 16 August 1839

Filth INSURANCE. . ) ANUFACTUl! MRS & UI'lllJUH. MfUI'. Providence Washington liMir.inct! Company, in Providi'iiou Ithndu j,uud, eont nui! In I -it r t ngnin-l loss or image by lite, on ('niion, Wollen, mid i ,. t iMiihuf.ieltirii'S Uuililings, and Mer c'i.' li.-i'. on lav ii rn lilt; li'rius. 'Mm Company h well known In t lit JM.i tj u In ci ti rcr m ol New Wnsluud, mid piw Jit " ) i li'-ir lull onliilenoe. "Vi ( 'ctnpnny v. i inenrpnraled A. I). O'J. The Capital S c.i-l; is g-JOO.OOO, nil '..jil in urn ti v year sine", mill woll secured L.mk Slocks and Ileal Eslalo. The ' ri.Liurrf an. SULLIVAN DOUR. BEN. I AM IN 1IOPPIN, MOSES ! I VMS. IIHN'KY I. Fit NKIilN, Uni'.URT il. IVES, ELI.-WIA I)V Ell, CARLO MAURA N. CHAR I j US JACKSON, WILLIAM lilJTLEIl. M atitifact n ri.-rs nnd oilier wishing for I', it tinrt'. iin; ri qtirt-li'd in direct lliuir rip. P'ic .liuns ( w 1 1 1 c 1 1 r-ti i . n ! il In; accompanied wi' '. a pnriiciMir d-eriptinn of llie prup ( rty.) p r mnl. in I In; 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. — 23 August 1839

0 mi iurr.w-TivCTi;i'Pl'lMOAjr.ju'i.u.ij),wM'.i'.u' ai i ; iff-' 1 "M.uttxs.t3i,ajv.m'..n'.nmi tra N O T T II V. ! I. O 1! V O F C A". S A K I' T T If U W H 1, F A II K o F II () M K BY Ekr. Ei. STACY- I'dr die llin Imgum I'leo ST. 1,UVUHNOE AdADIJMY. Whoever f r 1 1 1 : lua opinion of thu nor I horn section of I he state of New York J from I lii! prevalent impression in regard to it, will on lie) fi'st visit to the "sequestered region" be must agreeably disappointed. Possessed of agricultural advantages set (l in surpnsod, ot:d of mineral weullh vh I'y unequnlled, there neeilj but the instruction of the proposed mil rond from () jdensburg lo Lake Chnmplntn In render '.hat interesting district one ol the nitxl flourishing in our country. Especially do ilir e r-nn.l'o r.pply to ihe enmity of St. Lawrence n country larger than the s ale of Rhode Islnud, and one which contains no affluence and variety of resources without n parallel. Peopled almost entirely by Venn. inters, its inhabit...

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. — 23 August 1839

the ndinmistration of Mr. Adam?, with which liu was connected. In this part ol the speech ho was exceedingly happy - showing with t he punoil of sat ire. and with inimitablu effect, t In; differences in regard to the financial ndmini-trations of Ailuins, mul Jackson nnd Van Buren. I lie uilniiu istrotinn of Mr. AiIiuhh. with an expondi Itiro of twelve millions anil a hnlf per an nnm, was hunted down hy the cry of extravagance, while the economist1 who succeeded hun, hud nil the n n nun I expen dilures (Iipwii frnin thirteen to thirty nine millions per annum ! But wo have not room to sketch the points even thai hnve been retained by memory. 'I'lie nub Treasury system was farther dt-cussed, nvd the beauties i hereof illnslraied in t he examples of I'rice am Swnrlwnut. Next in order he discuscd the deranged slnto of the cirreucy- viewing i ho course, thn experiments, and the quackery uf Jacksotiism in whose footstep his successor huil promised lo walk. The war upon the Nation! Bank was...

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. — 23 August 1839

VOTES since that time. Hut present Hum;v Ci.av and Martin Van Rurcn to jlio people of Tennessee as candidates for the officii of Frcsicnt of the United Stales, and the Great Western would sweep the stale 1 1 1 c n tropica! tornado, and llic little Dutchman would be blown "shy high, sir, fky high." THE LIFE OP NATHAN SM1L1E Tim Vermont Patriot lias been encaged, for tli3 last three or four weeks, in ushartiiy into an astonished world the life am! ex plolls of the renowned Nathan Smilic. And does any one nsk whnt Nullum SmilU has done '.n entitle him In I his h'gh honor? What ha Nathan Smilic done! Why he lias been engaged fur the Inst eight or ten years, in endeavoring in persuade the stupid and refractory Legislature of Vermont to adopt I ho following amendment to Hank charters, viz: "Thai llic piiv.ne pinpcrty of die President, di rerun mid Hl. cKli'ililcis of edit rnipnriilinii, flmll I).! huldeii 10 ictli cni llio bill?, or notes tiy tliom tefiiod, timl lie enhject lo altacliii.c...

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. — 23 August 1839

FIRE INSURANCE. mm TO MANUFACTURKRS & Oi'JIEHS. 0j"fiUIH Provide nco Wnhuiyi on Iiisumiicc vJ Company, in I'lovidciiUfi Rhode 1 pin ixl, cunt , tine In Insure ngnui-t hiss or dniiingoby fin-, on Collnn. Wnllrn, and other Miiiiufnctorics, Buildings, tmd Mur-clinndl.-o. mi Invnmble lortii. . Tin Ci imiiiu v is well known to the Mnnufnclti'crs til NfW England, mid pus B0FSPS tlllMf fllll (JlllllitllMlCO. The CnmpnhV wn incnrpnrnlpd A. I) 1IJ00. The Co pit n I fS'ncI: is 3:00,000, nil Wild in iiiiinv years sinre. null well secured in Bnnk Slinks nnd Ileal E-tnlc. Thr Directors urt STILL) VAN DOUR. BENJAMIN IIOPPIN, MOSKS It IV KM. II UN' II Y I'. FRANKLIN, ROBERT ii. ives, ELISHA DYER. CARLO M AIJU AN. CHARLES JACKSON, WILLIAM BUTLER. Manufnclurors nnd other? wii-hing fo Instnnnce. nrt) rcniirflrd tt direct their np plications (which should be nceomjianied with n pnriicultir d"-enption ol the prop i'Mv.'i ncr innil, to llin 'resident or Score larv i fthe Company, nnd the emtio will ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 August 1839

NOT T II E O LORY rut ttiJT HT-yif ti i OF CHSAU HUT T II 13 WEI. P AUG OF HOME. BY II. B. STACY- VOL. XIII No. 63$ Prom t he New Ymk Courier nnd Eiiuuhcr. EXECU I'lVH OPPOSITION TO CON GRHsSIONaL inquiry. Nothing can be more obvious tho llit right of lhu People, through Ihcir reprvsen totives, id iuvestigoie t ho conduct of pub lic iccts, nnd the condition of public de partments. This right is so clear, that it is difficult to conceive of its being qiies tioncd, and yet thoro is none, wliicli has been more systematically and porfoveringly opposed by the ascendant dynasty. When Mr. Wise's committee entered upon its in vestigations in 1037, notwithstanding the pocked Tonv innjorily of which it was in part compo6cd, it was met nt the threshold by llie inftilting nnd tncnncirg letter of Gen. Jackson, which prciended to t rr-nt it p inquiries as "an illegnlnnd nnconstitulionol call for iuforniation." If that committee lind been suffered to continue its research cs, if It had been allowe...

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. — 30 August 1839

From I lie Veimunt Watchman ami Slaie Journal. "SMI L1I' AND DA NIC REFORM." Tlin I'ntrioi has. eked out several columns on this subject , u ml Iho mm nml Mibstoncc of it nil is this i Nathan Smille. nt divers times did propose an nmomlmciit l sundry bank charters, and a mnjority (composed of Whigs and Van Iluren men, il Hie I'ntriot would ndmil. Ihe truth,) refined In adopt it. That amendment is in ihu folio wing words s "That the primip properly of die I'lPiddent di rector mid nlocklmtilcrs nf h'iiM cniponillim, rli.ill lie liolden to redeem ihu bill, or miles hy llicm iiined, nnd be mlijccl lo miiirlimcnl, on mono trocoes, henccr eaid :oi ior.uion Mi. ill mpcnil, or refuse payment, in void nod rilver coin, for :iny of its nulcj, IjiIIj or obligations." Aside from ihis, nnd nnnllicr amendment which is uttnrly unimportant except to stockholders, (to cnnlilu theui to back nut of a bnnk whenever it (.'''Is in be in bad odour !) nil the oilier stuff in the four num. liors of "Nathan S...

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. — 30 August 1839

wavering political principles. In this as sertion wo think the editor of the Sentinel has hit neorcr ihu truih limn he usually docs. Wo nro tint nwaro Hint Mr Burgess ever possessed any fixed political principles nnu lor this reason it mnv he truly i-nid of him that ho is fixed and unwavering Some ten years ago he camo nut, merely as n cit. izen, under tho National Republican ban ner. How long ho kept his post and clung to his banner wo do not know; however lie was not missed when liu deserted the party. In conclusion will vou ask the Sentinel I when it was that Lyman Burgess represen ted tho town of Milton in tho assembly of Vermont? Now, had it been the truth, that Lyman Burgess had over represented the farmers of Milton, it would have been , , ... iiu uiihiiiuusi cm Ol nil" ni lllld (10V. 10 accuse us of it. It would have been an net in our nrnRPPriiim. n,l, . i. 1.1 , fa ...w rimuiu hove wished tho famed expunging resolu tion forever to havo blotted from our re cords and our mem...

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. — 30 August 1839

FIRE INSURANCE. TO MANUFACTURERS & OPIIERS. HTpllJE Providence Wnshitiglon Insurance 441 Company, in Providence Rhode Island, continue to Insure ngaiiisl loss or damage by fire, nn Cnttnn, Wnllcn, ntitl either Manufactories, Buildings, and Mer chandise, on favorable tonus. Tins Company is well known tn tlio Manufacturers of Now England, and pos kci-sps I heir full confidence. The Company was liip.itrpnrnicd A. D. moo. The Capital Siouii n. -joo.ooo, nil paid in ninny years sitiei', uutl well secured in Rank Stocks nnd Real Estate. The Directors on'. SULLIVAN DO II II. BENJAMIN IIOPPIN, MOSES I! IV US. HENRY I'. FRANKLIN, ItOBEIIT II. IVES, KLLSllA DYER. CARLO M All RAN. CIlAliLES JACKSON, WILLIAM BUTLER. Manufacturers miiI tit lirr wi-hing fnr I nni nnco. nro rcquoird In direct iln;irnp. plications (winch dionld bo accompanied with n pnriiculnr description of the prop erty.) per mail, to the President or Secre tary t f i he Company, and the enmc will be nttcndetl I" promptly. SU...

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. — 6 September 1839

NOT THE L O It Y O F C JE S A It 11 U T T ir K WEI.FARK O F 11 () M E . BY II. B. STACY- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1839. VOL. Xm--No.637 MUSIC. iiy n. Gir.nt.f.AN. Wnko music's voice iiml gio me song ! I 'oi II I rmony pball he The cImi in tit it t hinds my heart lo nil, Anil ccry heart In inc. Where inii!Ic is no ill may come, Anil sadness quickly flies Or c.ilim imo it pleasing dicam, When melodies ntise. And if nf fonj the bij;bpt bli.os VVmilil ci l ing mm ml knmv. Lei he.niiy (inly unldi I he "li.iin; And bid the miinticis flow . Tin1 inoiinlnin liiciiilicn liarmniy, 'I'lll' Utlllll Inn si I'm ill ill MM1K, Ami ciccan will) his dioatny viiiro, Sings high ila waves among. I5nl pongs of wood, or hills, or et.it', Miiy never mice rnnii:iri! With muic. f.illinj limn I he tongue Of lovely woman fair. In loveliness, she xinnq nf tnve To her 'us kindlv yupn To raise the (jiipellinj tiuil fiom i And (nste the jn nf hc-ueii. .mil, SUM.MEIl AND AUTUMN. j 'nvo the tminmci jnvmn icigii 1 1 ij c...

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. — 6 September 1839

an(lloriJal Burlington, as my reason fur not making sumo trifling imi rulmsua. lie nt once advanced me fifty dollars by endorsing my draft tut Now York, nml presenting t lie bill to thu Burlington Hank. "The Fecund instance wliich I shall (imtc wan in tlio purchase of thu Intllnii puny. Mr, C. nf Moiilpelter understand it tr tlmt it wiuilil lie inconvenient, f ii r mc lo pay lit" nrino out of my traveling pocket minify, offered nl unci' to accept tny ilrnft on New York fur I It o sum, in which matt nor tlio purchase was made. Neither of i lies o aontluinmi liml ever scon or heard of nit! before, neither nf llii'tn asked lor a lot tor of introduction or oilier papers I" cut. ify thotn tit lo nny particulars riipncl lug ino, n ml fur nil duo nml modest nlhiwaiico for my own gentlemanly n)wamcp, I very much iliiuht whether 1 should hnvo mot with tho panic liberal treatment iiuilor similar circumstances tit ti country town in Yorkshire or Lancashire. "Annllicr thing I mil also bnunil in...

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. — 6 September 1839

h.nigli, Esq. Iinvo been cnt from England U Ihn purpose oi in.ikiiijjn l)ii;r.ipiiciil cxiiiiiin.ilion of inrlin.in,,0 n'r'Si ,''lM,l''rilor.5''or '"u "n,!i Sir John Harvey d.iro not nfloiv lifm.elf to enter. Wllllnslv co.oper.Uo wl,h .iMl of ?Z prot'hnin doing 'wIi.ii mny depend iipnn ihem inPecii..yi ol only loprevcnl any niim option being oflVird lo procpciiingH nfa cliiirneicr m entirely ninicbio und ,mri, r,.,cmmi:, u,u .IIMIIO lor It 1IIIV iis'ijiiince uliicli may lie rrqniied lv n commission", Iho i r.nl of hIiojb Inquiries m.iy liiio n, tn.i i cr i.i I mi influence in cxpediiinj; ifm (PCi,j0l, r ,le licndin? npgiiil.iilnii, mid wliii h imisi, ihercfoie, la iiiiuuu iin .hi iiju.ii octree. 01 uttcicst l)y bolh Milic. Tlie cnininiP.ionerp, wlio nrenov here, purpose to commenci; ilieir journey iihont tlu 20lli iii'iiml, nun io piocreu in no inn injinrce lo llie. (irial I'al'd, and llience, perhaps, in n westerly diicciion. Executive Department, Saco. August 10, 1S39. Sir I have ...

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. — 6 September 1839

FIRE 8 RON S T RON G S TO MANUFAC'l URERS & O PEERS IffTfollE Providence Washington Insurance 4k Company, in Providence) Rhode Island, continue to Insure tignm-l lus or dnmngoby lire, on Cnllnn, Wnllen, nml oilier Manufactories. Rui'dings, n ml Mer chandise, on favorable lutuw. Tln Cniiipiniy h well known to the Mannlaeliirers of New England, nml pus teases their Hill confidence. The Company was incorporated A. I). IfiOO. The Capital Stock is -J00 01)0. nil paid ill many V urn -llteo. find well seemed in Rank Stuck nml Ileal Esiaie. The Directors an1. SULLIVAN DORR. REN.IAMIN IIOPI'IN, MOKES 1', IV ICS. HENRY I'. FRANKLIN, HO HURT 11. lVF.S, EL1SIIA I)V ER, CARLO MAURAN. CHARLES JACKSON, WILLIAM RUTLER. Mnniifncltuors nml others wishing Tot lnsiiiiiuoe. are rnpift-l ril to dirrct thi.'ir np. plications (which luiu'il ho nceoinpanied Willi n piirliculnr de-oriptinn ol llic drop rrly.) per mail, to the I' ri-Milrnt or Score tnr V ( f 1 he Company, nml the mine will In attended to ...

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. — 13 September 1839

N O T T II H I, O It Y O F C Ai S A It It V T T II K W H I. F A III! o F It O M H . BY M. B. STACY FKUBAY, STCPTRMlfJEK. 13, 1839. VOBv. XIII No. G3h thu patkiot's dkath. John CAMi-Br.Lr., soldier of iho revolution, died ut I'iqun, Ohio, July -lib, S3s. During his ?iclru rs lie expressed a wish to live (ill llic sin n i vcrsury of American Imtcpcnilciicc. His prayer vvn licinil ; ami while the procession was passing his house, he asked t Ji : t llic (lag of I In: nation might be lnoiiglil in. It was cat rieil to him and, white he embraced it, he expired. The soldier (in hi much, Willi ii quick mill filleting In (Mill, Vu (utvci ing 'ne.itli ihe icy touch Of the hem's cuinjucrur, Dculh. Iltnk ! 'I'n till listening car, I'lii! whijpeicd pinjer is. borne, "God grunt my spirit lingei licrr. Till my couniiv's ir.n, 1 1 morn." 'l'hn w:iri ioi- live?. A scene as bright Il.it mei his Iiisiioiis eje. ugain, As shone uIh'ii liiru (iceman's right llu b.iltlcd to the liuiiipct'ij striiin, Amid ...

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. — 13 September 1839

TUB SPANISH SLAVE SHIP. Tho New York Sun has a long account of the Slave Schooner from which vc make the following extract : Llctita. Porter and Meade then irnmedi. ntcly look postession.darnied die negroes, nnd took tho schooner in tow. Joseph on seeing this went below, and lying some gold about lits perton, ho leapt out of the main hatch, and at onu bound was over tho Fide, While under the water ho disengn (jed the doubloon?, and came up obout 100 yards from the vessel, having been under water at leant fivo minutes. The boat was instantly manned and sent in chase of him. When the boat marcd Inin ho would stop, but just as it came within reach he would dive down and come up again funic yard? behind her stern, lie thus employed them nboiit 40 minutes, when seeing further ritleimpls useless, he gave himself up. When pulled on board tic boat ho smiled and pulling his hands in his throat, intima ted that he was going to ba hanged. Joseph was t lip ii tranferrrd to tho Wash ington. but ...

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. — 13 September 1839

ri uwou 1'irznt WALTONS' DAILY JOUR NAL. THE subscribers propose to print, tlj rhifi the next sersion of tint leu'isla- lure, a doily newspaper, on n hnlfHliuot of nnpcriol paper, ami to contain i lie luncsi reports of the proceedings of both houses. From the fnct that the political parties will bu nearlv balanced in the house, the procco. dines will be unquestionably of more than ordinary interest and importance. It will bo our nitronsc to nivo n fair exposition of thoe proceeding, embracing, should t ho. mipport rendered us warrant it, sketches oi the debates. Terms. $1 per single copy ; G copic for g.i ; 12 copies lor $10 Names ami payments may be forwarded by members of i In Legislature. E. P. WALTON & SONS. Montpclier, September 10. 1U39 NEW GOODS. WE nrn now receiving a variety of gold Watches, gold Chains, gold Krai & Kcvs, cold Spectacles, Eur Jewels. Pins & Rings, and silver Watches. Accordions, Bugles, and other Musical Instruments; Slocks, Collars and Bosoms, ...

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. — 13 September 1839

miiu ii iiimii wg.m'u Fi KJB JLNS5J RANGE TO MANUFACTURERS it OTHERS. (fflftlll'2 Providence Washington Insuranco 4k Cumpnnyi in Providence Rhode Island, continue to Insure against loss or dntnnfjt! by lire, tin Cotton, Wullen, rind other Manufactories, I5u 1 1 d niftt? , and Mer chandise, on fnvornbtu terms. This Company is well known In the Manufacturers of Now England, and pus eesscs llit'ir full cmitltlciico. The Company wan incorporated A. D. 11100. The Capital S'ock is g-IOO.OOO, all paid in ninny yciiM mucin and well Mjcutcd In Rank Stocks and Real Estate. The Directors are. SULLIVAN DOUR. REN.IAM1N I10PP1N, MOKES P. IVES, HENRY P. FRANKLIN, ROP.ERT I. IVES, ELIKIIA DYER, CARLO MAURAN. CHARLES JACKSON, WILLIAM HUTLER. Manufacturers iitnl others wishing for Insiirnne". are rc quesh-il In direct ilieir np. plications (which t-lionlil be accompanied Willi n particular dveripliuti of the prop t;ity.) per mail, to tin; President or Secto Inry ( f the Company, and the same will bo ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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