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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 February 1843

PACIFIC HE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OK THE SEVEIIAISTATKSIN REGARD TO UI A VrMlV. IliriW a Series of Essays published in the Western ay a wiiio of oitio. jntSoductios. To THE Editoii OP TlfEClinOSICI.R ! The dec- Rion is past, and our opponents have triumphed. micy aro now cnarircu wun llio rcsponsiuiiiiy ui frifiin nisierinir our oiuiu uuveminuiib. j m Iihe case, we mav cxnect the election ol n in Comrrcss who will vote to repeal the to abandon the protection of tho free labor BVn.tl. Wo inMat ATnPrt I IIP IMPClinn Ol man as will exert ins inuuence againsi our iiamur . I mnrnvpmnnla. nnu a comii etion oi mc tumucr- ; tlind road ; and who will oppose We uisinumionoi the proceeds of the public lands. Wo mUsplook' for the election ofn man who will vote forliirvnn- I notation ol Texas to tins union, nnu wnqjviu icnu hi influence generally to the slaveholding interest?. The Slate will be so districted os toelc'ct tho crcnt- I est possible number of Representatives in Congress, who will sus...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 February 1843

4 Ut.,.Erohi'thcPitlsburg Chronicle. ., ;r,iiE WILD WOMAN. t Ittwill perhaps bo recollected tliat nbout n year and n half ago tho St. Louis papers gaTo' aninccount of a woman who lind bccli 'discovered in the woods near that city, nl 'most naked, and apparently quite wild. It 'M appears that she had lived in this manner until lately, when the severity of the winter .Tdrovo her to n human habitation, and there, . being muclfcxhaustcd for want of food, nnd badly frost-bitten, she expired. Previous to her death she became quite rational, and gave the following account of JiCfsel winch wo condense Irom the St. Louis Organ : Sho was' born in New Jersey, whence with Iter parents she removed to Cincinnati, where they lived until she grew up to womanhood. t , A' ybnifg man whom her father did not lihn paid his addresses to her, and they eloped for St. Louis. At Louisville ho persuaded .her to (ako lodgings with htm as Ins wife, Promising to go with her to a clergyman and gctfrrtftrriod in t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1843

58532 .1 0 ) j. r, -.. VEMMOIT PIKEUflX ; I ' J' I I .' I i ' . I K BY WJI. E . RYTUEH. RATTLEBORO, Vt. MARCH 3, 1843. VOL. IX.--N04-27. I m ill mi. 'mi DISTANT FRIENDS. Am, Bonnie Doon. "When niglit 1ms thrown licr mantle round, And wrnpp d from view the smiles of day, I love, ivlicn nil i.i Still nround, To think ol'fricnds who 're far awny. When the full moon rides fair on high, And from this earth my fecines,strity, When fulls the tear and heaves the sigh, To think of friends who 'ro far away. Or when the brow of summer fair, Seems brighter with the smite of day, 1 wish those joys serene In share Willi friends belov'd, who 're far away. Or when, ns now, stem winter drear, Chills each sweet prospect fair nnd gay ; How sweet, with fond Direction dear, To think of friends who 're far away. From me not absence e'er can part, That true, that pure unclouded ray , Of friendship from my lender heart, For one belov'd, thn' far away. Yet, what is absence from a friend f 'Tis but a short, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1843

Jf PACIFICUSt TJIE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OP Till: SEVERAL STATES IN REGARD TO SLAVERY, Iking a Serits of Essays published in the Western Itesttee Ohio) Cltroniclc,aflcr the ttution of 1812. nv a wina or oiiio. NUJIDUR tl. FUGITIVE SLAVES. Mix Editoii : The convention that fra med our Federal Constitution, met with no trifling difficulty m fixing the rights of -------- t ihn nronln of the different Stales 111 regard I to fugitive slaves. By the common law, and the law of "nations, ' slave became ah- solutchj free bi entering the territory of a fret Slate or Government whether he did, so by consent of his master, or by escaping from his master's custody. It was foreseen that, if tliis principle of the common law remained in force, self emancipation would deprive the slave Slates of an institution which they regarded as important lo their prosperity. A member from South Caro lina moved an amendment to the Consti tution, requiring 'fugitive slaves and ser vants to be delivered up like c...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1843

1 ABOLITION, LIBERTY PARTY,. A. XUMDKn 'I. To the Editor of the Phanixt Dear Sir: As tlicrc is no politicnl affinity be tween tlio whig, democratic, and liberty parties. each having Us own peculiar splicrc 01 action, anu ns you admit that the supporters of the latter party act from honest motives, it seems to mo that no more evidence need he adduced to provo your as sertion, that tho liberty party "movement goes di rectly to aid tho locofocos," to be entirely false. There are. however, many other reasons which might bo brought forward to prove that the liberty nartv movement does not go directly to aid tho lo cofocos, and as any one of them is sufficient for that purpose, but few will be adduced on this occasion. As one ofthose reasons I will mention the fact that j the liberty patty "movement" is morally and polit-1 icatly right, as may be seen by referring to letter Tfn. a, and consequently is incapablo ol directly aiding any thing so morally and politically wrong as Incofocoism. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1843

t Y?'yflFfb!ridBbUoi Post. ? i .MUNICIPAL COUR.T. . . , JNDipTjiicNTs, &.c. The grand jurylind h buW thnrj of it lust week ; they examined .ilo'lcss' tliaii 72 cases, nml returned 05 in ilictmciils. Two of llicm tiro for libels Wiicli will make sonic sport then they come to bo tried, and one was ngninst two printers oi mis uuy, ior selling up a numoug main monia! lottery of tho most unique- character, 1 lie indictment contains a copy of their "Scheme," as follows : m . "'. "Boston, Dec. 19, 1812. "i , ,,' ATTENTION I LADIES 1 Two young gentlemen, of tho city of Bos- ton, of good morals and steady habits, being ' desirous ot entering into the marriage state by the first of March next, have adopted 'new plan to obtain wives, and to make nn ndditiou to their property to maintain them. with alter marriage. The plan is this : we have n stated num nor o! printed cards, with our names upon .them, each card having on it three numbers. , These cards will be sold to all white ladies Ameri...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1843

0 t II Y T II K It i "'l !Hl! 1 rrr - J THE CUMANOIIE'S DUATII. , AN, INCIDENT OF Tilt; MASHACIIH Or ANTONIO. i , , ! iJy, Charles J I. Saunders. The early history of the "lone star llcppb- ' Jld" is rile with fearful interest; and many nn "owcrtriic tale" which its early pioneers relate, are well calculated to ircczp tho blood, and blanch tho check, even ofman . hood. The incident I shall 'attempt" tb re--'hearse, was told to mc by n participator in iij.iu.irnii scene, anu, as u icii irom Ins lipi I'give'my Venders (lie plain "tillvarnlsh ed trilo:" Iti tho year 18J0 the' Tcxiau Council cent a Cumahche prisoner back to his 'na tion, charged With a missidn (o 'the direct, lhat if ull the prisoners then in the Cuman- che encampment, would be immediately giv en np, liberal ransoms should be paid hi ex change. Soon after the incsseniter hail de livered this mission to the nation, a party of uiu iimiaiia icu me ucautiiui vaney ot tie Pertinalis, which place jiad bp.cn their win . ter qu...

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

f (JOiYGRESS. . Washington, Fob. 2 1812. The Sneaker laid before the House, the Following message from the President of tho f United States, in answer to a resolution of ilio House, on the subject of the construe- tionKtliat. portion of. the treaty of Wnsh-' Jngton which relates to the right of visita t'wn. ZTo'thc House of Representatives : In compliance with the resolution of the House of Representatives on the 22d iust., 1 requesting me to communicate to the House j , "'whatever correspondence or communica . tjon may have been received from the Bri-j tish Government respecting lhc President's .construction of the late British Treaty con-1 eluded at Washington, as it concerns an al-! .leged right to visit American vessels," I herewith transmit a report made to me by ,the Secretary of State. I have also thought j proper to communicate copies of Lord Aber deen's letter of the 20th December, 1841,' to Mr Everett ; Mr Everett's letter of the j ,2:3d December in reply thereto; and extr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1843

i r - ' ) ' Tlfo Twenty Seventh Congress terminated on Saturday morning last, after the observance of tlit; customary formalities in both branches. The Now York Tribune thus briefly notices the CLOSING UP AT WASHINGTON. The sittings of tho two Houses on Friday were nrolomred into 'the small hours' of Satur day morning, and a great deal of busincs of routine, transacted. All the Appropriation bills were got through the two Houses and signed by tho President, though the disagreements of the two Houses on several iicmsiiiri'aicncd me loss of more than one of them. Hut the differ ences were all adjusted by Committees of Con ference and otherwise, and the bills passed. 1 "The Postage reduction bill fulled, to ourdeep grief. It passed the House in a most thorough shVpe, cutting down all postages to 5 and 10 cents; but the Senate were afraid that this was too sweeping, and would not act on it; so the bill died.' A friend affirms that, with a 15 cent rate for long distances, the bill would ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1843

0 IMPORTANT SPEECH" Of SIR ROBERT PEEL, Respecting the United Statei. In the House of Goinmons, on Thursday, the first,night of the session, Sir Robert. Peel made the following speech relative to the United States, which we deem so important thai we I give it en.ire. He commenced by referring to, the remarks of the preceding speaker, (Mr 0 Wo d) respecting the boundary treaty, and tbnt treaty we consider that we have abnndon cssing his pleasure at thesetllcmcntof that jed no right of visitation. Wo did Hot ondcr- O I . -. TT-.!t.l Ctntru I lint t lfU ltl I lrt! expressing hi question, said, that n't) other advantage could bo compared with an amicable settlement be tween two nations of kindred origin, of kindred language, and of interests ns kindred as their origin and language. The Right Hon. Baro net then proceeded ns follows I rejoice that the Hon. gentleman hni given ran llm nunnrllltlitl-111 Hinkillfr 80IIIC Oim'fV.V lions on the late mesMge of the 'resident of the United States...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 March 1843

Jll 'a fit fcY WM. E. RYTIIEK. BUATTLEB0110, Vt. MA11CH 17, 1843. VOL. IX. NO. 29. .1 ' . TIIE EXD OP TUB WOULD. Graham's Magazine for March has an excellent sketch with tins title, written by James K. Paulding. The first portion of it details a conversation which the author had with an old gentleman who thought the world was very near its end it had got to he so wicked, the sooner its concerns were wound up the better. The remainder of the article describes a dream which the author had after the fault-finding gentleman had left him. We copy it, promising our readers amusement from its perusal. Methought the eve of the first of April had come, nnd with it every indication that the prediction ofthef prophet was about to he fulfilled. The waters of the rivers, brooks and springs became gradually warmer and warmer, until some of them began to boil ; but currents of air issued from the fissures of the earth whose surface became heated so that the bare-footed urchins rather danced than w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 March 1843

5BS2iNTEIlESTfNa NftlttlftTIVET Wo copy the following interesting narrn tivc oftlic recovery of a lost child, ufter nn nlispnrn nf ttvpntv-six voars. from the lift. atn. 3. ! vAVTho WliijrfrjoiiL'rcsl1 is remarkable for1 Al,... ..w.lVnr.n i. f ma"y Pocul,tf. CirciimslailCCS, distinct ntld i, rt smn0 tiine been a subject of comj.laint, par- ... ; About twenty x years ago, two fe.nnlo apart from political characteristics or acts. 'iTcularlyin the State of'NW York, ii, t ,ho con. cltililrpti. nnn imn n tin. tlm nllifr mrnn Ti I... -i .1 1 .'. . t '.. vu,. - .-, .; 0 - , ' . iiulii in ucmai session more man, 0110 ! African (Itgfl T. llLtffi, summitg, M u MID.nplMcmvx .: Z. '-1MB . i M vlrt i H-f'lTn V At Rllf l K-v '-M'u"u"t VVIU),. Cnptniu Isinc Muyn, now (it No 1 folk, ii ordered lo lie got In'rendiliess iintricitiatriy for tlio ciaH.ot' Af. rica. niftliC flair ship orCVimjiiodoro lVrTys'ahd'wIII r II .... Ii lull" .A. 1 ikll li .(.11... I,.. JUIIIIW WII.'ylilllllliiUUio vu m. auiMiiu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 March 1843

:itir. THE GREAT PETITION. t The following nccount ofllie attempt Iiy Mr1 t lib lllllfllllll IKLUUIIb I'l HIV 4lllllll,l 1J, 1T Adnips lo present (lie grent Massachusetts Pe - Jilion in the House or Representatives is from Hie Washington correspondence ol the Nc.w "Wellington, Feb. 20, 184S. un tne mcctim oi i no Mouse us tiinrninir. nil eyes were nt once attracted towards the uy.ni,ic, Ugl.t-.X triangular beam of light, desk or John Q.ulncy Adams, upon which stood rounded n little nt tliu vortex, which is wen nt err n ponderous wooden wheel or roller, supported lain seasons of ilu- year, before the rising nnd col on n substantial frntnc wotk having very much , tin of the sun. It resembles the faint Tight ofthe the appearance of a reduced specimen of n milky way, and has its base nlways turned towards iisncrmnn's reel, rucii as we oi ten see nioug ...... -1 f r. .......I! .... 1 .1...! mir sen snores, iiscu mr wniunm un nun in yinn large fishing nets or seines. The whole height orth...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 March 1843

12AN SWIFT AND THE TAILOR. 'A Tailor In Dublin, near the residence of the Dean, took it Into tlif "ninth part" olhis head thai he was specially and divinely inspired to Interpret tho prophecies, and especin ly the book of Revelations, (luittini? Ihesliop-board, lio turned out a preacher, nr rather a prophet, until Ills customers had left his shop, and bis family were likely to Inmisti. ms monomania was vvell known to Dean Swilt, who benevo lently watched for some nnorliinity to turn the current of his thoughts. One night the Tailor ns ho fancied, (rot especial revelation to go and convert Dean Swift, and next morning took the lino ol march lo the deanery. The Dean, whose study was furnished with a class door, saw the laiior nnnroach. and instantly surmised tho nature of his errand. Throwing himself into an altitude of solemnity and thoughllul jicss, with the IJible opened before him, and his eyes fixed upon the I0ii chapter of Revelation, bo awaited his approach. The door opened, ji...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 March 1843

4 'Mi VERMONT PH(EWIX B1UTTLEB0R0, Vt. MARCH 24, 1843 II Y IV M. E. 11 Y THE K. VOL. IX. NO. 30. I THE BROWN 3IUG. nv bcha SMITH. Ubtuhnino from a pedestrian excursion to the notch of llic White Hills, that won derful gorge which makes the traveller the first time he approaches it, stop and hold Ills breath, and look up the mountains on the right hand and on the left, and down the deep valley that sweeps away below him, and feel if ho never did before an overpow ering sense of the might and majesty of the eternal. Wo had wandered down the val ley of the clear, swift flowing Saco; had tarried a few hours at the beautiful village ofFrycburg; had been into the little mu seum attached to the academy, and tried to hold at arms length the long gun that shot the Indian Chief Paugus. The sight of this gun gave us a strong desire to behold the scene of that memorable and tragical conflict, where the brave Lovcwcll and his devoted followers, in the heart of the wil derness, fifty miles from a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 March 1843

PAOIl-'ICUS: THE lUGHTS AND I'lllVlMiGES OF THE SEVEHALi STATES IN 11EGAKD TO SEA VERY, ?'.. a 5rc Essays published in the Western Jtcsircc Ohio) Chronicle,aftcr the cUctiun of 1842. """ '""" "nir a wiiio (A omo. ' 1 ' ' NUMIlIUl IV. Violation of the Constitution for the stqi- port of Slavery Mn. Editor: In my first communication, I stilted that, by our Federal Constitution, the Arte States posses.'cd "the nhsolutc and linmtnhlicd rmhl of bctnir exempt and en tircly free from the expense, the guilt and tlio disarace of slavery and of the slave t trade." To establish this principle be yond all doubt or cavil, lias been the object ofmy second and third numbers. Having thus disposed of that part of my subject, I shall now proceed to call the nttention of my rentiers to some lew ol tlio instances in which the people of the free States have been unconstitutionally involved in the ex pense of that institution; reserving, for a future number, all reference to tho guilt nnd tlisgrnre which ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 March 1843

Dreadful Jltta 'tslnaltoh. Our city was lat JUitnpAU Fhot RnsTotrlornn the G ttferjw; Tut: Co.Mr.r, or whatever it mny ho, was rvcniiKT the sceneofn "hloodv tragedy, from the. MountJinS. ' The Olfcrifitin ol4 ll!o WriiTont visible in this city ml Sntnrdny evening be Iikc ofivhich it U boon happily filers free. .tni.ro,! Cmiimilloo rllA thus ,o .I, JTJ i'n The details or the outrage, gathered byour oHlm Ruihud Herald: j Icnsdi, and wasnlmumi luminous nUhc nurorn reporter, moid the confusion, which naturally j nw (nke pleasure in being able to announce , borcatis on ordinary occasions. There was no endues upon tho enactment of such a tragedy, to you, ami through your columns to the pub-! iiucIoiib visible. are as follows ''c (be important fact, that the pass between At twenty minutes before eight, and while . 1 the Green Mountains at Mount llollev is ner- , many persons were observing tho comet, in In the early part ol the evening, Mr .1. Lor- brary, talking with this I same lemale. 1...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 March 1843

4 'JTlIli'ETE NED REVOLUTION tnCT in 'SCIENCE. TO THE rVBLtC. Havintr nrcnarcd a work for publication which, in my estimation, may be of some im portance to science in some 01 us departments, and which it is my purpose to publish ns soon m circumstances will admit, I havo thought it not inappropriate to advertise or suggest my purposes to tho world, nnd therein to intimate tho nature of some of the leading topics of which I have treated. I propose ns the title-page to my humbltf work the following, viz: Ratio in Unity, or Unity of Purpose; being an inquiry into the philosophy of numbers in respect to their adap tation to geometric quantities and their ad measurement, and to the investigation of the laws of nature, nnd especially those which op erate in controlling the motions nnd in produ cing the consentient phenomena in the planeta ry world: to which is appended such theoreti cal suggestions and hypothetic correlatives ns analogy might seem to deduce from a train of demonstrated f...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 March 1843

VERMONT PHffiNIX. 11 Y WM. E. RYTIIER. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. MARCH 31, 1843. VOL. IX. NO. 31. From the ImiIUs' World of Fashion. THE BRIDAL EVE. JJY IIAKKtUT I10WLK3. What a magnificent nuptial present I' ex claimed Mrs. Benton to licr daughter, on entering the chamber of the latter, at Sara toga, they discovered a costly necklace, with perfumed note accompanying it. Mr. Wallingford is indeed all that is generous ami noble.' The daughter's cheek became tinged with crimson, though a smile rose to her lips as sue contemplated licr lovers costly gift. At that moment her heart was torn with contending emotions: but alas I she knew that she could find no sympathy iu her distress from her parent. Mrs. Benton was a widow, with no child but her beautiful daughter. Aspiring, vain and mercenary, she resolved that Isabel should make n brilliant match, and for this purpose her mother had brought her daugh ter to the Springs where her loveliness ren dered Miss Benton the belle of the season. Her char...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 March 1843

1' A C I F I C US i THK MOOTS AND I'lttVIIiKCll'S OF THE SEVERAL STATES IN KEGAIID TO SLAVERY, Siing a Srrles of I'isaus published in the ll'Mttrn Htitrte (Ohio) Chronicle, after the election of IB IS. nia mm i..By V WlllO 0 OlltO. .U: Ik , rNUMncn. v. Violations of the Constitution Continued. Mn. Editor In my Inst communication, 1 referred to snmo of tho instances in which the money, collected from our peoplo of the free Stales, land been appropriated directly to tho support of slavery. It is now inr H.B,l'"sv.Mlra mU unui, . ...hu, r... : i.:i. the people of UieJrcc States linvo been com- peilcd to sulTcr pecuniary inconvenience and loss, lot the benefit of the slavcholding in tcr.cststof the south. Il is more than forty years since t he pco plo'of llayti, following the oxamplo which w5 had set them, achieved their indepciid- 1J HUIIJ IUI II ILI M ktllll M w II j enco, and establish n government of tlieir own. Hy their acts of valor and patriotism, they became as much entitled to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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