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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 September 1839

rrwrrrn ' mtiiMwuiMnann nwn n iai.iiJLi.i. niuiiii -iiu.! .. i. i ini.n . NOT T II K G L O It Y O F C JE S A H , K U T T II K WELFARE O F II O M K . BY II. B. STACY. From the Saturday Courier. CHASE LORING. A TALE OF THE REVOLUTION. 11 V MISS LESLIES. 1 I'll Is la my own, my unlive land.' 'What wo nro now doing, will ono day bo hislory !' was t ho prophetic exclamation of Buonaparte, a? lie led his sold lora to victory across Hie bridge of Arcnto. Not fiicIi were t lie anticipations of thoso firm and daring spit it?, thai planned and effect ed the dcttiuclion of the cargoes of the tea ship;, that came into the ports of Hus ton towards the closo of the year 1773, ond whose appearance was announced by hand bills, beginning with these quaint, but energetic words 'The worst ofploguce the detested tea, lias now arrived In our harbor !' How lilt I u did the instigators nnd leaders nT this singular enterprise, imagine, that on Ibis memorable night, they were striking off the fi'st link in ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 September 1839

uii1 av-WBigffrtrei t Lmmi.CTaaagroTrmirajb.uiiiMTtiB I'Vuii) I he H.Hlilnirgli Whig. UN I V B II SI TY 0 Fr 13 ItM 0 N T. may hi! adequately 8ft forth. Tho charnc ( i ler til Kir niilip Sidney, uy u. i'. warm, , 7", . , , ,1 wns n spinled doltncntion, by nn entbustns Mn. KniToni 1 hud in the Inst No. of j , c 0ltnr,,r C1f i ,o virtues, talents nnd oc your paper a ehml fliclch of the 1st;! com. (1,lirtM1)cnt(. f ,10 K0ont nnd accomplished monccmcnt at Unrliugtoii. I ho following 1 8oUiur nllt FC,ar tlio paramount gen mora cxtondeil sketch of ilia exorcises "1 1 tlcrunn ofhid tunc that day, nnd of llioso preceding nnd con To ,H, e.vpositinn by Mr. Robertson, of uwiih.i I., if pi.iuc.i .y.iur tnsposui. , i,,tr,rt j(on 0fa sla0 xrynillO SVMCHI, employ it, his thoughts nnd convictions I knew it to bo tho doctrino on which the j I ho ngoa of four nnd sixteen yenrs, nt I tralc" in tlm longusgu of t lie Sentinel I lion of Ihoso nameless friends of equal 3,500,000; nnd of (his number COO.00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 September 1839

nil Ihii occasion, ll id picinned that fnnic few ill least, in (he emol'mns nf ilicir licnrtf, will icfpond lo the following. Sweetest infant, luvclirat l ilip ! Must thou too no soon dcpait 1 CouMm iliou here nn lonucr tiny ! Doft lliy Mntliei ci II llicc now 1 Wherefore didst tlioti wander liiihcr 1 What could have been thy crrnnd here 1 Was it to wound uficli niireouls 1 Thine wnt a holler errand, 8ent liy nn AiircI fioin above Thine wrie menaces o( love, Thai limn ueit meel for such nn errand In t ti v cmiiitoii.inro did appear. Hut how conldst thou wander liiihcr ! Would! thou not hac rather staid And mingled thy ihisl willnhy mother's? TI1.1l thy pure spirit loo in'alii leave Win re tiers took iis happy IliRlit.' Hpitils ficul cm know no sp'aco When llicy cninc lo meet in lleacn, To muiial tleah it mallei not Where il lin ns lo niflllier e.nlli. H111 hern too thy (1eli shall flail Kindled dual lo mix willi thine, Whose fpirils too inctlihikj ihou 'll meet In a happy slalo alio...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 September 1839

WWW mmTA'AWW SWQMUQU HARRIS & ST AN WOOD, No. 29, Tremont Row, opposite Savings Dank, Boston. Epnulctts i Cnp Trimmings of every description. Orders for tiny style of Trimmings executed in the best manner and at the shortest pos-iblc notice, The above comprise one oftho best assortments to bn found in t ho city. Persons in want of such a 1 1 iclc, are invited tu call, as they arc offered for sale nt wholesale and retail, nn favorable terms. ALSO, In addition to the above, a first, rmo assortment of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Consist inr of SILVER and PLATED TRAYS o(a description, Table Cut lerv, nnd other metal Ornaments. Rich Fancy GRINDSTONES & PLASTER ALrge assort muni ol Water and Hand Grindstones, and Plaster in any quan tity, constantly on hnud nnd (or salt; by So'ui.e, Whitney &, Co., 4. South st. New York, and by the subscribers at No. 7, L Wharf, Boston. SPRAGUE, SOULE Si Co. Juno 17. ' 0 m Copartnership Notice. THE Copartnership heretofore existing tinder the firm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 September 1839

not t ii 15 a h o n v o f c i: s a n . n u t t ii h w k t. f a he o f r o m e . ."BY If. B. STACY- VOL. XIII No. 640 From llie Mitlnrcl.iv (-mirier. (;iIASE LOltlNC. A TAt.H OF Til K nUVOLUTIOK. ii y miss i.r.si.iu. coNci.unr.n- Next morning when Aunt Rhodn first entered the sitting room, dio foil nil Tudor llnvilnnd just coming into the house. Why Tudor.' stud die. 'you've been a taking an early start. I never before knew you go out before brrnk fust. 'Aunl.' replied Tudor, to toll you o t-ccru, 1 think of writing somu verses on the events of last nijjli', nnd I wont to the wharf to sec how things looked there, for there's nothing like taking our ideas from reality drawing from natuie, as the pa Hi -tor's t-oy.' And a sorrowful sight it must hove been.' Bighed Aunt Rhiidn. U nt did yon sen tiny bign or leaving" of thu poor lea V 'Ves,' replied Tudor.' 'Ihoiu it was the leaves all opened nut, nnd sucking in grent hunches to i ho ndcs of the wharves, mixed with clusters of i-ca wood....

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 September 1839

V K 1 D A V M O II N I , (J, HCI'TKM fiElt 27. TIJK INQUISITION. Under pretence of contesting Mr, l!n. tor's clictwu, the jo verimiunt officials in this town huvo boon for the past day or two displaying their inquisitorial projion -silica in a strong light. To ho cure they have thus far accomplished nothing, but I hoy havn monifct-i cd the disposition, nnd tlctiionsi rated what they would do, if pos sessed of power i but, thnnlt God, they liavo it not. Tlmir puny insolence i.i nici nnd promptly rebuked by men who know their rights, nnd daro maintain. All I heir blustering will not drive a single frocntnn from his ground, nnd their imparl inence will bo mol is it deceives Tor the purpose nfsccuritig the indepen. dent exercise of the elect ivo franchise, and to protect the humble citizen against the pestiferous and overwhelming influence of oflice holders nnd government menials, the law hns instituted the vole by ballot has provided that the ballot shall bo cbsely folded, and. at if t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 September 1839

mm mjn 1 M awn mi (Q) ps. G-4 English Merinos. 70 ' 3-l do do Just received bv Vilas, Looansfc Co. Sept. 20i. i(!39. 100 doz. Spelling Books. 30 Gross Almanacs lor 1JJ10, for Bnlo by S-pt. 22. '30 Vilas. Ldiimis & Co. 2000 lbs. Maple Sugar, for-sale by VILAS, LOOMIS & Co. Sept. 22. 1039. gross Wood Pocket Combs. 300 Tin faced Paiitnloon Billions, just received by Vilas, Loomis & Co. Sept. 22J039. GIVES milieu in Ina friends and custo mnrs, that ho lias just returned from Now York with largo and beautiful Biportmont of rich, seasonable and fashion' nbla Goods, such as: Rich fig'd Silks do plain do Rich Glasco (changeable) do Ileal Irish poplin or Tabinct, a very durable and rich articlu for dresses, plain and figured. A groat variety of Mousolino do laine and Chaly dresses ; among thorn aro sonic small fig'd for children. English, French and American Calicoes. Cloths, Coseimeros and Vesting.", With a great variety of othor Goods, usually kept in a Country Store, which wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 September 1839

Omtluilcil from first ',' . 1 Ji3 .fi. fi,jij Tlifi battle r.iunlci'iy uirli of khiihiiI w.ii j IK SOJ USANCE, i ilerpiT.itnly rnntc'iuil, ttmi uih-ii mm rum -. U'S,vi'?C.,4Aj?. Ineiitsof colli win stunned, llm Aiiiciicuts li-nlts .v'-CTS (mother hiPiuiwmU l.y Iimi ill! up llic. fences, )ilin yfWS&$-, tin mild on t.'.!i oilier, mill filling llm iiiieislin-i W jm-kmJbU Willi er.is, llie Held luwnu been newly movMi. R The ill.iRii nl Clwilwiowii, whom! iiili.iliiuiii'a h.id 'MA'tjUSSS.'-"7 till left il nl nit imiIvIiiiiip, u iw enveloped in lluncs, ($Zr-; ' '' ,7 CvV:V-' KSvfc occasioned, il is H.itd, liv u fiiu ball fruin iliu enemy V-UB ij'Mj Kindling onu of llm mof-i. . . . . Cliam Lining, jom-tliop is burning,' cxcl.iiiiied hi nlil niiKHT. , 'Nuiii-iiier,' icplird Cli.ife, 'I luun no lime to lliink nliont Inlln- now,' mill luvin.5 11 ni'ukH, 10 piooccdcd in loud ninl liic as Mow. Often 111 die Imllle In- puffed 'I'nilor ll.iwl.uid, whine call""' licnrinn excited Cli.ise'ii ail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 October 1839

m umii mw it 2$tt?Itn&tinr ffivtt wet NOT THE GliOUV O F C M S A K 11 W T THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY IT. B. STACY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1839. VOL. XIII No. 641 THE DYING HUSBAND Dearest, I'm dying ; bend Mice down One little moment by my bed, And let tlin sliodow of lliy hair Full gently o'er my ncliing hend. Oli. raise inc up nnd let mo feel Once more the Iteming! of thy heart, And presslhy lips to mine, Before in midnight death we part. Nnv, tremble not, lint fold me close, Pillowed upon lliy oivn dear breast, I din win Id let my slrnpgling soul Pass forth to its eternal rest. She stoops, nml on Iter bursting heart His drooping head is resting now, While while nnd licmbling doners part The damp hail from his pallid btow. And there upon his cold while form, With (imeiin lip the kiss was given ; .And pressed no if 'twould draw him back, Buck from the very gates of heaven. There, like o dyin bird, his soul Lay runling out ils quivering life; And still his almost lifeless arms Clung fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 October 1839

he a crime agoinst t ho laws of nations, I connected as it ia with tlio slavo trade. The Court said ilmt us they purccivotl there wem nolo Inkers proenl, I hoy Imped t hoy wiiuld bo cnroful lo make n true rep resentation of ilio decision. The Court dnos nnt undertake t decide Hint those parlies have iw right to tlieir freedom but leave that matter lo litigation in the Dis trict Cuiirt, subject to nppcal. And for rcosons assigned deny thi- motion. One of t ho counsel lor 'ho prisoners then nsked the Court if they niennt to express the opinion that n foreigner coming lioro with n slave enn call upon the U. S. Courts to enforco the plnim ol the loreigner to the slave. Judge Judson, in reply, said he did nnt wish to decide now upnn the district question. As u judpn lie did not feel called upon to decide it. Thu Court was then adjourned sine die. The District Court "-as opened. The judge said he should direct that the U.S. Attorney should repair to Montauk I'oint, in the Itovcnnn Culler,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 October 1839

I J JUST received MERENOS, French, English, German, S axony, 0-4 Eplcud Id colours Alpines Frenr.li nnd Bullish fig'd Bombazines Fronch and Eng. Alpacca Cloth, tor ladies' cloaks, a splendid articlo Mousclin Do Lains Chally, and Satin I, awns f Gro do Afriquo I lt0)3 I Gro do Swiss SILKsj Poult do Soio Gro do Nap I Italian Lustring ( Qitichuws SHAWLS Morino, Thihot, Rich Gash mero,Kaybal, Fronch Tartaiii Angola, Modo color'd Merino, Plaid, Printed Knylial, Prussian, spun Silk and Bro chco Ladies Brown Cotton, bleached, Lislo Thread, assorted colors, Merino, whito and color'd, Worstod, Silk lloso, for sale bv II. W. CATLIN & Co LOVELY & HURLBUT, At the sign of N. Lovely Co. Bl'iu.inoton, Vt. s A RE now opening a moro extensive JL. assortment of Goods than is usually if cvor, found in any one country Slum, which nru now offered by wholesale or ret all, to suit purchasers, at reduced prices from former sales, for Cash, JJutter, or olhcr reodv pay, as may be ogrced upon To enume...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 October 1839

FARM FOR SALE. 4 Valunblo Fa r in )' noittn in int; nbntit two c-yJ.s,5, C) hundred acres border W;JSir 0( all, cnm,nm. ing nu extensive view of Weslport Bay. Thoro is nu lhu promises n wharf, used fur Ihn rccopliun nf lumber in the winter, In which bonis can cntne nt all seasons; the land is (if pom! quality, about one half un der cultivation, the residue thickly covered with hard timber. This commanding sit untinn of the properly, its proximity to Lako Chauipluin, and susceptibly ol jf rent improvement, and the large quantity of hard wood upon it which in daily becoming mnto valuable offer uncommon inducement to a farmer about to locate, nr to any purchaser, ns n safe investment. Title indisputable. Por terms apply to S. RIviuck, West purl, Essex ro. N. Y. tf Hs. mixed Pins. I case American do I ' London do 1 1 Germnn do. 25 gross lloolfj mid Eyes 100 Bnno Evloits, just received bv VILAS. LOOMIS & Co Anti-Slavery Earthenware, a new pattern well adapted to remind free, men of I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 October 1839

BY IF. B. STACY. THE BURIAL OV SCHILLER. BY MISS H. F, GOULD. Tlic solemn, slid, nnd shadowy hour. When Saturday In Sabbath dies, O'er Wehnar hangs, with clouds that lower, And veil in black (ho moon and skies. Ln ! from on mention lights nppcar, I'uto ctimiiioi ing tliiotigh the midnight gloom I A cufliti'd in in is on the bier, And llienco borne (or ward 10 I lie loml). Thiil funeral train how snd llipy go Behind i lie cold , unconscious clay ; Whilo sighs nnd sgIh of Inner wo, Sound deep Hlong llio silanl way ! Now, ns the open grave besido That dismal bier its bearers rest, A heavier flood nf tortow'n tide, Rolls o'er each mourner' burden'd breast. For him who slumbers In the shroud, Willi tiembling ns I hey lift the pall, The moon rends tiff her veil of c'oud, And o'er him lets her lu.'tre fall. She beams her slimy, toft adieu, And is aiiin in darkness hid, As if affrighted, thu to view The name on that dread coffin-lid. For 'tis her lover, now no more ; Her friend, that they t...

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. — 11 October 1839

FRIDAY M O Ft N I N G, OCTOBER 11. From the Albany Argus, of Tuesday, Ocl. 8. Wo discharge a melancholy oflico in an nouncing tho death of another of our most respected and valuablo citizens. Judge JESSE RUEL expired at Danbury, Ct.. nt 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, in tho 63d year of his age. In consonance with tho general torrow, and as a tribute to tho character of tho first proprietor of this journal, our columns appear in tho habilia ments of mourning. Having accepted invitations to deliver anniversary nddrcfcscs before the Horticul tural and Agricultural Socicticsof Norwich and New Haven, Conn., on the 25lh and 27th ultf., he left homo about n fortnight eince, with that view. At Donbury, ho was Boized on Sunday een'night with bilious cholic, of which he was relieved in the course ol the iwnnly.four hours ; but bilious fever supervened, and he sank under it after on illness of more than a week receiving, during tho time, every attention, and unre mitted medical attendance, fro...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 October 1839

3 ' THE attention of the public is respect fully invited to examine the merits of the "Woolson Improved Cook Stove." Tho following remarks nnd certificates may furnish pome information respecting the stove, where the same has not been in use. , . , ' There ore more thnn stx thousand of Woolson's Patent Cook Slovc in use in New England, which give universal sotis fastion, nnd compete successfully with the various kind' ol Cook Stove in use, not ex ceptmg the latest invented and most puffed. A FunSACE for hard or sou coal or small fuel has been recently attached to the stove, for summer use, in such a manner as to be used in boiling, and also for the baking of small bread, and that, too, with the smallest possible consumption of fuel, being so arranged as not in the slightest degree to interfere with the other opcrn I inns of the stove. Tbii clone is found to nfferd the advantages of an ordinary Cook in" Siovc. and when in use, does not causo inconvenience by giving out heal, smoke or...

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. — 11 October 1839

AT H 0,W A R D S . Mr. Howard. Good morning Mr Smith. Jlr. Smith. Good morning Mr Howard, New Gunda iiL'ain I see, when did you go. ft. Just after election, the aurora burulis night. S. 1 recollect it well, wo nlwnys obcrve such opiienranccsot our lioutu mid examine the books on Ilia subject. . li is truly interesting In do so. Oh Ihrtt night how grand H wns, beyond all conception in jnifict'tii ly heiiuiil'iil. The Luminal!) Arch, its melting nwny nnd dm seminal ing itself throughout the I lyivoria. nnd mrming one va-t. ciinopy suflie.iu'iily spacious to lake under iis expansive nnd nmplu Inlds nil Ilia 'inhabitants of earths what could buvo been more oxhiliraling to tin' humnu mind. S. I enjoyed it much, 'I was seen at a grent distance. . Yes probably nil over the U. Slates, nnd particularly by the passengers of ihe grand siennu'r Grent Western on her pa, sago from Europe. S. Ha. tin. Iin, Groat Western, you al ways have something In say of her. II. Indeed I should, on her first n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 October 1839

NT O T T II U GLORY OF CESAlt BUT T II E WELFARE OF U OMI3. BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY OCTOBER. 18, 1839. voiv. xiii No. 64;; PARADISE AND TDK PERI, (abridged.) "How happy," exclaimed ilio child of nlr, "Are die holy Spirits who wnnder there, Mid flowers tliilt nevfir bIkiII I'mln or fall ; Tltoitsh mine nre the guidons of caul) tin) tea And the stars themeclvei have flowers for me, One blossom of Heaven omtilooms them ull ! Go wing thy flight from star to star, From wot Id to luminous h oi Id, ns far As tho universe spreads its flaming wall; Take all tho pleasures of all tho spheres, And multiply each through endless jcars, One minute of llcuen is worth thorn nil !" The glorious Angel who was keeping The gates of Light, beheld her weeping; (She wept to think her recreant raco Should o'er have Joit that glorious placo And, as he nearer drew and lislcn'd To her sad song, a (car-drop glisten'd Within hisejelids, like (he spray From Eden'ajbtintnin, when it lies On the blue flower, which ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 October 1839

incut, anil thus mako our country a rofugo for the violent offenders; and if, ns is con. tended by somo, nil Inws emanating from Stnto legislatures on tho subject ore un cnnstilutiminl add inoperative, it becomes our immediate duly, ns n monsuro of self protection, promptly to moke such rcpro pi'iitntions to tho ffcnornl government, for whom oil power n tit authority on this eub jcct nrc claimed, on will cause proper measures to bo taken, either by legislation of Congress, or by treaty (stipulation with neighboring nnd friendly powers, to enable the proper authorities mutually to demand nnd surrender persons chnrgod with the cotntui.sion of f roat. crimes in ono govern tnent nnd escaping into tho territories of the other, The policy of despotic governments is to keep their subjects in igtwrfiico of their rights ns mofi, Und of their physical and mom I power. In thiVlicB tho foundation of their security. In n republic, nil power is inherent in tho people, no individual is entitled to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 October 1839

ii ii i mini ii i i wi i win 1 1 SUSPENSION AT TIIK SOUTH. Considerable tciiMtiun hit been produced wlihin (lie past week by tha announcement of another suspension of peiio payments at tlio Soulli. I' commenced with the Pennsylvania U. S. Bank, and wai immediately followed by nil the I'liilitdcl rli!a hanks, and subsequently by all tlic southern hanks, bo fir as wo Imvo information. It wns feared for a timo that this would compel tho nor llierti institutions (o purmo tho snma coureo ; but wo oro happy to bolicvo that thoro is no necessity for it. Tho New York and Boston banks oro nbundanlty fortified with means for any ordinary occasion, nnd, thus far, they linvo experienced littlo Snconvcnicnco from tho panic. Strong assurances ore given that neither of thcto cities will yield to the Philadelphia example ; nnd if bo, tho country institutions at the north havo nothing to fear. A Boston paper well remarks, that "it must bo n miftnko to suppoto that a suspension nt tho South creates a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 October 1839

GOODS. 3d Oct. 1039. "UST rocolvod MERENOH, French English, German, SnxoNy,G-4 splendid colours Alpines Frcncli anl English fig'd ' lloinbnzi mcs French and Eng.-. Alpacca C loth , for ladies' clonics, a splendid nrliclo . , Mousolin Do lid ins , Chilly, nnd Salin lAwns f Gro do Afriquo I Hons Gro do Swisa SILKs- Poult do Solo I Gro do Nap I noun Italian Lustrine l oineiicws SHAWLS--Merino, Thibet, Rich Cash mcro.Kayhal, French Tartan, Anirola. Atodo eolor'd Merino. Plaid," Printed Kaybal, Prussian, spun Silk and BrS enco Ladies Rrown Cotton, hlcachcd, Lislo J hrcau, assorted colors, Merino, whito and color'il, Worsted, Silk Hoso, for aio by IJ. W. CATLIN & Co LOVELY & IIURLB.UT, At the sign of N. Lovely Sf Co. Bimr.irsOTON, Vt. A RE now opening- a more extensive ZJL assortment of Goods than is usually, if evor, found in nny one country Store, which ore now offered by wholesale or retail, to suit purchasers, nt reduced prices 1mm former 6ah;t, lor Cash, Butter, or other read...

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