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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 January 1843

TTcy wont $njociif,y. PMD.1Y, J.MU.MY 20, 1813. Massachusetts-Morion t Governor. In tho House, on Monday last, hc. cnnmiSttCd appointed for lliat purpose, proceeded to collect and count the , go votes for tho first candidate for the olllce of Clover nor. They reported as follows ! Whole, number of votes, 3 13 Necessary to a'choicc, 15 Marcus Morion had 172 Joint Davis, . 170 Samuel 13. Sewall, C It appearing tliat one more vole had been thrown than there were members present, llio committee were again ordered to collect und count the votes. At the second balloting the result was as follows, viz : Whole' number of votes, HIT Necessary to a choice, 174 Marcus Morton had 171 John Davis, ICo Samuel 11. Sewall, 8 Marcus Morion wns accordingly declared elected ns the first candidate to be sent to tho Senate. The House now proceeded to choose tho second candidate. Whole number of Voles, 1202 Necessary for a choice, 147 John Davis liad 271 Sewall, 21 '' And John Davis was declared to be cho...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 January 1843

m, piw Mil Prom the Mercantile Journal. THE SLEIGH HIDE. Come, leave llio town I hang euro anil fear i Hark t hark t tho merry sleigh bells say, liny, for a ride I n ride, my dear, Over Hie hills and Tar away I The stars aro bright, the air is clear, Tim night wilfsuon to bright as day J Tlio lady moon will soon appear, Over the liills and far away. Come! come! we've toiled and toiled in vain, The times aro out nl joint, 1 say ; But in or out, we health shall gain .Over the hills and fur away. Alas ! my pocket sadly tells How Binall our gains front day to day ; But yet, we'll join the merry hells, Over the hills mid faraway. No tempting howl that leads to wo, No "country inn" shall tempt our stay, But on, and on, we'll jingling go Over the lulls and far away, 'Call Sally, Polly, Tommy, too, . Come wife, as crickets we'll ho gay ! D'ye mind the time I courted you, jOvcr the hills and faraway. The year has pissed, and though we've found Trials and eare from day to Jay, What then ! the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 January 1843

mil 11 m E WY WM. E. It Y T II E It . BRATTLEBORO, Vt; J ANUAlt Y 2 7 , 1 8 4 3. VOXj: IX. NO. 22. -MM. jL''-L "' ' ' ''''' "l"'y'", From Graham's Magazine. A RACE FOIi A SWEETIIEAItT, 1Y Mil. SCIIA SMITH. Hardly nny event creates a stronger sen nation in a thinly settled New Lnglnnu vil inge, especially among the young lolks. thn the nrrival of a frcsli and blooming miss, win comes to make her abode in the neighbor hood. When, therefore, 'Squire Johnson . the only lawyer in the place,, and a very re spcctablo man of course, told Farmer Jones i one afternoon that his wife's sister, a smart girl of eighteen, was coming in a few days u n-siuc in ins ianiny, me news new line wild-fire through Pond village, and was the linucipai topic oi conversation tor a week Pond village is situated upon the margin o one of those numerous and beautiful sheets of water that gem the whole surface of New England, like the bright stars m an cvcniii sky, and received its appellation to distin ii irom iwo ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 January 1843

From the Watchman andState Journal CONVENTION TO AMEND THE CONSTITUTION. Tucsdny, Jan. 10. Prayer byltcv. Mr. Gridlcy. Election of Justices of the Peace. Mr. Hunt introduced rcsolutiohs adopt ing distinct portions of the amendment on the election 01 justices oi luc pence, v.a. providing lor tl.c.r election uy tne .owns; nnd 2d, the clause limiting tnc numucr o. motif H4 These resolutions were tain on uiu i.um-, and on motion of Mr. Wright the conven- inn xii.ni into coiiimlttce of the whole. Mr. Clark of Middlctovvn in the chair, oh the i t: n-.i"... n.i. .i l.tr r I nncfO lldlin 11 trillW. 1JUAIL U( muioi! vi"M" i i IVppfihnm on tnc same mi c. i nc argument iNcciiam,on uiom ... .Pnt iUn I . rri i i siaricu ironi inu muim niiiv"m i .nnnl.ln ,.r KMr.cTnvernnient. and ii.n.lilinn.,l,lir. anfntv renuircd all nower to necessary to be delegated. Iu this case such ' n necessity was denied, and as a matter ol . nnlir.v nml nxneilicilCV. it W.1S lirffcd that ihn nmnmlinnnt should bo sustain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 January 1843

4 n general rivalship of feeling ami contention of interest. Mr Walker, of Miss., tho zeal of whose house will cat him up somo (lav or oth-j cr, suddenly saw tho Yazoo and its bright' and beautiful tributaries flowing before him, and forth be launched, like a steam boat driven on umier men pressure motion. i nc in.oo, nc couiii ten tne oennior iruni South Carolina, was ol two fold. vcs. of thre IUIU lllipul IUUUU IU U1U 1 I'llUl'SSl'l. .llliiuuili.l cmne next with her llnmisli of trumnets. and r I I ; . I. . m AH.HM. the Alabama river, the Senator from there, in ( turn was told, was of three fold importance to l ie Yazoo. Mr Crittenden sung the praises ol the Kentucky and Licking rivers, nnd many ol the loco foco Senators were anxious, and so , said in their Reals, that ho would tell all lie ( knew about Halt litver in KcntncKV, niso. There was no occasion for t its. Mr Urittemlen tinviiitr iiul rre.eienil n moat tritimnhnnl elec - . - HUM, Ullll Willi llbl'tUIUI Ul UIU vima Ul Mil ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 January 1843

MAJOR ANDRE. 'Mils' Mlmviiig' reminiscences of this un-' -happy man, nru from tliu pen of Mrs. Child: Wo stopped nt Picrpoint, on tlic widest part ol "l appan uav, wncru mu iiuujuu m t.m.to ilcelf' 111 llli width of tlirco link's. On tin! olmnsite Ride, ill lull view of the Hotel, is 'Parry town, where poor Atulre was raptured. 'Prnd'illun says, that a very large while-wood tree under which he was taken, was struck by lightning on the very day that news of Andre's dentil w;n received at l nrrytown. as i sai gazing 611 the opposite woods, dark in thu shadows of moonlight, I thought upon how very Blight circumstances often depend the fate of individual.-), and the destiny of nations. In the autumn of 1780, a farmer chanced to ho making cider at n mill, on the east hank of the Hudson, near that part ol llnverstrnw Uay, called "Mother's Lap." Two young men carrying muskets, as usual in those troubled times, stopped for a draught of sweet cider, and sealed themselves on a log to wait for...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 February 1843

VERMONT PHCEJVIX. -fix fa d'r : n1' -r I'M ,1' - nt W rit BRATTLEBORO, Vt, FEBRUARY 3, 1843. BY WM. E. It Y THE It. VOL. . IX. NO. . 23 ' From lli Springfield Republican. CLARA MAY WOOD. The sun had sunk to rest, and nature was reposing in silent beauty. The stars were, one by one, penetrating tlio deep blue of heaven, and the moon just then appear ing above the eastern horizon, cast her mild, silvery light down upon earth's fair face, and revealed many a beautiful scone upon which the eye delighted to gaze, and gazing to ad mire. The noise and bustle of the day had subsided ; and the man of business had re tired from the scene of his cares and anxie ties, to seek in the society of loved nnd lear ones the forgetfulncss of his toils. The Superb and elegant mansion of the wealthy Mr. Maywood, situated in one of the princi pal streets of the city, was illuminated with more than ordinary splendor, Carriages were constantly approaching and leaving their occupants ; and fairy forms were s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 February 1843

Tho clioiccst blessinns of Heaven were in voked by tho venerable white-haired man ofj Uod, upon the union ol Uio nappy coupio ; and, as tho noble Stanhope pressed the -fairy " form of his own loved Clara to his throbbing heart, he felt that there was in store lor lam n life of bliss of pure and lasting joy. Springfield, Jan. 181'J. Eu.tiN. Washington, Jan. 19 The business or the benato to day. was un important. In the House, the Sneaker proceeded, accnr ding to custom, to clear his (able of tho bills from the Senate, and the Executive communi cations, which had accumulated there. 1 hey were referred to the appropriate Committees. Bankrupt llepcal Bill. Mr Fillmore rose and saidt that although h was anxious to goon with the Army Appropri ation bill, yet as tlie uaiiKrupi repeal siuou in the way of other business, he would propose to take un the motion to reconsider the vote by which that bill was passed, for the purpose of disposing ol it. The bill was accordingly taken up and Mr Cus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 February 1843

Fill D.I Y, FVniW.lllYS, IB 13. . ,. .... . COTr.-n will bo seen by the proceedings wuiigti. ..,u. UAbllVUll JIIUI1 HUB UVVIl cd,in the House of Representatives by an over whelming majority, eighteen members only record ing their votes in its favor. To the Anoi.iTio.nsT9 or VjtitMoKT. Wc re cently published aomo important (acts under the head of "Facts for Abolitionists," and wo wish still further to call the attention of Abolitionists lo the bad policy of their third party movements, We would by no means Lmpcach the motives of those Ab olitionists who support a third party, or "Liberty ticket" as it is called ; yet wc must say wo think the course ill advised, nnd not cnlculatcd to produce the results they anticipate. It is not pretended that the third party nomina tions can succeed. Then it becomes those who go for a third party, tn enquire if they do not do in jury to themselves, to the country, and tho great object they have in view, by pursuing their course of political action. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 February 1843

n. ,iL, r- ' a . ' ; ; : c r ,i f.tii.. . trri.--'. i an Avvvirt.r.v rntiti.t.iMn nN .wp.RTnnv The following wonderful and startling' relation of i., ,. , !,. . 4,i,nooa n'ml n nin i- nn encounter uy a young piny at tie soutii, wun a b anzas but, there 3. a tcmlcrncss ami Bin p j a MImWiPP1 paper.- city.abbut them which is very . nflccUnKj while Wo Lnd naii o( nulllcroU8yia lcr. ths introduction of the, apparition or the cad Tjb,0 jll8llulccl) of tlieftiinimeufof fearful prrscntl. child, liidircctly upbraiding tho berell mother ,nenls 0f future calamity, but this, the moat oppnll for her immoderate porrow, confers Upon them jng of all, almost took tho hair olf from our head. inuccu, were not uio incident vouched lor uy eye witnesses of the most unquestionable veracity, wo should with extreme reluctance credit a relation' so frightful which, by llio wny, nil perions of weak nerves will do well to feklp over. n poetic and moral cast ' " THE LITTLE SHROUD, She put on him a snow-white s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 February 1843

v it ' ! t' 1 ' " II' 1 f 111 M BY . "W M . E . 11 Y T n E It BBATTLEBORO, Vf. FEBRUARY 10, 18437 VOL. IX.-NO,"24. fiaf3QMJ'TTWllrTrrBTTB AScport of Hie Committee up-micro was also n large amount of suspended lit was pregnant with misr.l.inf. and nfTnr.ln,! rn.V.nn.i? J X P.apCr " baJ ,"0lCS r 'V'0 bonk aJ h'''npleopport.u,ityfortllopcrpctratio.lof bounty ISailK. also composed a part of said assets, and urMtlie most oulratremis fraud ,.nn,. iL nl,lin To f7ic honorable thc General Assembly of a!1 which said dividend was declared, and On the 24th of Sent. IRiW at n l.iin the Stale of Vermont: the object of the peculiar manner in which of the board of directors, composed of John Your committee, appointed at the last session of this General Assembly, "to inves- -". "ansier ot me woo., Jr., it was voted "that John Dewey hfi tigatc the situation and concerns of the Bank f r. ""'''Ji cd 10 lho "'c ? id atl.Pai1. $00 " serviced as of Essex County, to ascertain the manner iUZ; l" J"0. 4Pril ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 February 1843

uous placo'in tlib nsscihlily was observed to loss her head, and fan herself with a very, complacent air, while she met the conscious eyes of n fair and beautiful, but haughty looking girl of fifteen, seated among the pupils. JJy Angelina Burton,' said the teacher, ' as ho concluded, and layinjr it aside with out comment, he took up the next 'Lines to a favorite Tree,' by Catharine Sumner. The next a story, and Harriet Carlton's eyes and checks changed color as she lis tened, It was the same, yet not the samel The incidents wcro hers, the sentiments were novel-like, and many a flowery and highly-wrought sentence- had been intro duced, which she had ucver heard before. She sat speechless with wonder, indigna tion, and dismay, and though several other inferior compositions were read, she was so absorbed in reverie, Hint alio ucaru no more until she was startled by Mr. Wcnt worth's voice calling her by name. She looked up. In his baud was the prize a ricnly chased golden pencil case, s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 February 1843

". For llio Vermont l'hocnix, HINTS UPON TUB l'RESBNT CRISIS. . c.vior Tinnl-ritHt I,nw.MT JJUCIIQtinn I Tim tranailion from I ho slatn or I himrs a row UHA"' . - . ... I presented n mi'morinl Irom Northern 1 ennsyi- iye..- sgo to our prcsentand lalo condition, dcprcs, CONGRESS. Washington, Feb. S. Bankrtwt Late. Mr Buchaiinn vnnin in favor of tho rcpcnl of tlio Bankrupt Bion in business and scarcity of money In the coun Law. The memorialists express the belief thnt ( ?oimi a Uct mo jurutlo palicnc1 the law will do some goo. 1, but ho vil will . 'j , d , those holding more than counterbalance the good.. I ' ' fc k Mr Tallmadge presented livo or six mcmun-, - - - -- - i aU from d liferent parts of New York and I'enn- ngainat tlio farmers or yeomanry of the country, sylvania, remonstrating ogainst tlio rcpcal-of i Many debtors ifprrrscd harshly at this time, when, the Hankrtlpt Law. . it requires double the quantity of property, required Mr Berrien, of Georgia, from the Committee a fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 February 1843

AN ANGEL VISIT. Tlio following dream' appeared In nil Episcopal l"i? Ilin nu-n'ninn- nfllm Slat of December, .1 had, been cherishing tliu humilintihg and sol '. cmn reflections which were peculiarly suitable to UiccUnc ortho yenr, ami endeavoring to bring my mind to that view of the past, best rnlr.iilntod to influence the future. I had attempted to call the prominent incidents of tlie, twelve inouiiis wuicii nnn ciapai-ti; mm, in this endeavor, I was led frequently to regret how lilllo my memory could retain even or that most important to bo remembered, 1 could hot avoid, nt such n period, looking for wards ns well ns backwards nnd anticipating that fearful tribunal at which no occurrence 'shall bo forgotten: whilst my imagination penetrated mta tlio distant destinies which .shall be dependent on its decisions. At mv Usuathour I retired to rest; but the train of ' meditation I had pursued was so important nnd nnnrooriatc. that imagination continued after senso had slumbered. "In th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 February 1843

VERMONT PH(ElfIX. t , - I ?!;! 'i t I j. i ' I .'i ..,)! ,ir ! t in ' r- f BY Wfl'l. 12. 11 YT II E It . BRATTLEBOBO, Vt. FEBRUARY 17, 1843., VOL. IX.-rNO. 25. COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE WITH CHINA AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. ' Tlio following is n copyoftlio Report made by Mr. Adams, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, harmonising, in its spirit, as far as u'c have observed) with the general opinion of the press, and of commer cial men, on the subject to which it relates : National Int. The Committee on Foreign Affairs, to whom was referred the message of the Presi dent of tho United States of December 30, 1843, concerning; the present condition df of the relations, commercial and political, of the United States with the Sandwich Islands and with the Chinese Empire, and recommending to the consideration of Con gress the expediency of adopting measures for cultivating and improving those relations, respectfully report : That, concurring in the views of the President, as expressed in t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 February 1843

t CONGRESS. Wellington, Monday night, Feb. 0. The House this day commenced its session nt II o'clock. . , ,. Cx., Mr. Clifford presented the resolutions uV the Legislature of Maine, rcqurotlng their Ilepre ffcilialll'cs and Instructing their Senators to vole Tor the repeal nl the llankrupt Law. Mr. IlopUiiW; ol Va. presented tliu resolu tions of the Legislature of that Stale, request fng'llieir Hepteiehlativo3 and rnslructing their Senators to use their efforts to obtain the re peal 6flho Tariff Act of last session olid ex pressing their Opposition to any Tariff not solely Tor revenue. Also resolutions iu favor oftlie repeal of the Bankrupt Law, and ngiijnst n National Hank, or any JNational Institution for Hanking purposes. ' 'Mr. Cowcn Irom the Committee of Claims, .reported a bill aulhnrizlng the 5'ccrelnry of the Treasury to pay Stockton Stokes to the -amount which limy be due ihein oil judgments recovered by them against Amos Kendall il the paid judgments shall bo allirmed by t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 February 1843

, JZilrqordiriary Case, W($ were informed of a case of insanity in this comity, a few lays ago, the circumstances connected with which arc so extraordinary as to bo well wortli recording. It seems there has been in the Jspwich Alms House, or llouso of Correc tion, for about twenty years, an insane mnn who was scut there from Salem, and who has always gone by the name of "Captain." Of his real name and residenco nothing was ever known by the authorities, nor has any tiling been discovered until within a Muminn at - fTAni'nnswti'i.i.. A letter from Uninswick', diitcd'Fobrtiary OtliJ 16' the editor of the Portland Advertiser, says : A seafaring man by tho namo of Thorn, visited Ilarpcrswell several years since, nnd , It E V , W M , MIL L K,ll . This gentleman nrrived In this village, nnd commenced a course of lectures on his favorite nnd celebrated Ibenic, the Destruction ol the 'The' Inst fatidniiiilM' sinli' ilidt tlio smnll'p'ox wYi rapidly 'spteiidlitglthroueh'dul tlio 'fcity of Jn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 February 1843

st A HEART TCTBE LET. To be ft lat a very desirable, rale, A annrr' lililrt tinllon in R llpalttlV stlltC I 'Tis a Bachelor!. Heart, and the agent Is.Chancc, Affection, the rent, to be paid in aunmcc. - The owner,"! yet, has lived in it alone, . So the fixture are not oCmuch value but Boon Twill be furnished by Cupid himself, if a wife Tako a lease for the term of her natural I ft. Then lodics, dear ladles, pray do not forget There's an excellent Bachelor's heart to bo let. The tenant will have a few taxes to pay, ttr, honor, and (heaviest item) onsr. As for lliegooit will, the subscriber' mclin'd To Imvu that, If agreeable, settled in kind ; ' Indeed, if he Could such n matter arrange, lie 'd be highly delighted to take in exchange, (Provided true till by prudence Be shown,) Any heart unincumbered nnd free as his own. So ladies, dear ladies, pray do not forget, An excellent Bachelor s heart 's to be let. hulks' Companion. THE AMERICAN HOARD. ThcMissionnrv Herald for January furnish...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 February 1843

u Jf a i Ml f Jl m. " - . ..rr:rr-- -"- . .. BY WM. 33. 31 Y Til 33 BBATTLEBORO, Vt. FE;BRUAY 24, 1843. VOL. IX;'--N0. '28V From Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. GR.2CJ3 JiRO WJV. A Sketch for Mothers nnd Daughters. . Grace Brown, was the pet of the village pretty, lively, anil, like all other pets very self-willed but tlio effects .of this latter quality were softened down and rendered quite lpveahlo by her open, generous dis position, which would not allow her to in jure another, even to gratify that ruling passion. Somo said that Grace tlinnirht herself sufficiently handsome and termed it i aiiuy. x rue, perhaps, when each Sabbath morning louud her ready decked for the sunny walk to the parish church on the hill- siuc, or tnc week-day's evening saw her in her little chamber window plying Jier nee dle yes, perhaps then, as she caught a side long glance of herself in the little mirror, she might think it no great wonder that the young men gazed as they passed her, or that they looked s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 February 1843

9 W COIVKESS. Saturday, Fob. 11. Tlio Scnale vma not in session to-dny. -In the House, Mr. Howard presented rcso tntions of Ihe Legislature of lNlichlcnn, in fa vnr ofthe refunding ol Gen. Jackson's fine. HoslAledhis entire dissent from the princi pies of the resolutions. Sir. G Davis moved to discharge the Com mitten of the whole on tho Union from the farther consideration of the bill (introduced by him n few dnys since) to reduce tho number ... i-.l... rt... it.. n anil compensation 01 iiiu vusium iiuusi- um pits nt New York. Mr. Cushing objected, and raised n point orordcr. Alier Home delay on mis, On motion of Mr. Davis, by a vote of nl most acclamation, the rules were suspended end the committee wns discharged Irom llie further consideration of the bill. Under the operation of the previous ques tions, the hill wai ordered tngrossca ami men nritfr. without division aim wim out low ili.44i'iititnr voices. Mr. Briara moved n reconsideration nnd muved the previous question: rejecte...

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