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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 October 1839

NOT T II K G I. O It Y OF CiESAll II V T T II E WELFARE OF R O M E BY II. B. STACY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2&, 1839. VOL. XIII TVo.G4A GATHERING OF THE FIRST CHURCH IN QUINCY, MASS. The two hunurodth utinivorsary of the gathering of the First Congrcgrntional Church nt Quincy, was celebrated on Sun. clay, nt the now Granite Cliurch in lliat town. An historical discourse was deliv ered by the Rev. William P. Lunt. the junior pastor. In the morning, he bronchi the hi-lo-y of tho Church clown to 1733, ontl conelutleil its account to tho prctcnt time, in the afternoon. The discourse was listened to with attention, by n large con gregation, ami we hope it may be primed lor Ui'i reiicral benefit of all who love onti- nnarian research and the church lore of New Encrland. In courso of the service the following original Hymn, written by the venerable ex-President John Quincy Adams, was sung: THE HOUR GLASS. Alas ! hnw sivifi the moments fly 1 How fl.uh the jc.hb along ! Sciiice licic, jet gono nl...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 October 1839

commuting t he punishment of Henry Da,l man mm death to imprisonment for life in the stain prison : aiior some discussion uy Messrs Sprnguc, Chandler. Fullain. Nerd, ham Dillingham, llutlor, Brown, Wnriipr of Newhnvon, Hard and Hazcn, the hill was rrcnmmitlcd with instructions to the commiMoc to report the evidence- in the case. Mr Chandler asked to be excused from the commute on the consideration of the above bill i request grained, and Mr Bard was appointed in f 1 is place, Iiy com on Roads mid Canals, Hie bill requiring surveyors of roods to ma ho return on or before the 15th of March instead of in the month of April, laid on the table; bill re pealing act to lacilitnlu thu rendering of turnpike toat's tree roads, ordered to a 3d reading. The Treasurer, in compliance with a rosolulion of the House, presented on abstract showing the condition of the state treasury ; which was read. Adjourned to Monday morning. SENATE. Monday, Oct. 21 Prayer by the chaplain. Revised Laws.'VUc gener...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 October 1839

COMMUNICATION, Mr. F.niTon Not llin Icnst anion;; the grnlifi rnilun, nitend.int upon ilin l.tlo pJotioiH iilinnpli of llie friends nl'onler nml (jonil yoi eminent in I tio election nfii .Speaker nf llm lloiifo of ltciiecnlii tiies, will lie lli.il of wIiiipmIii" the gin.111, llm mhlcrfnges nnd die filsclmndi of I tic Cxeeulivc liirelmi; In jour vill.iuo the corrupt nml ennl pres whoa (dime li h been mifpnriiiglv pl.isletcd lipon fomc of I lie f.tiri'M nml noblejl ch.tiiicleis of which our sinto or niilion ran boast. No mime Ii.h been inns.iried, n lepiil.ilion tontmbleniifh ml, no character loo pine fur the malinanl t-l.in-dors, nml ihc nnlilticJiiiiR fsloliooil wilh winch lh.it (illhy fewer h.is irrniril lo ovci flowing tincu lliu commencement cf iho laic political cnnlesl in ibis elate. Thai the iidlicicnts of a meir.enury nml fill, ing faction flinuld he violent and rcrk lea in llic prosecution of llieir cml, experience ha inujlit tn lo expect ; lint ii lias been reserved for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 October 1839

Q Will o O lit ? w o fp I I HI rinHE attention of Ihc public is respect Jc fully invited In examine tho merits of I he "Waolson Imitated Cook Stove." Tho follmvinir renin rU anil certihcntes tnny furnish ii'inu i u I'd rma t ion respecting the stove, where Hie r-atno lias not been in There iro more thnn sir thousand ol Wo'iUnri's Patent Conk Slovo in usri in Icw England, which givu universal satU faslnin, rnnl cnipote successfully with (lie variotn Ifim! nl Cook Slovo in use, run ex ceplw u' I In' latrU invented nnd vxosl puffed. A I'or.NACE for huril or soft coil or small fiul ha- been recently attached to thr ttove, for summer use, in such n mannur us to be i' i.f) in boiling, ami altio for the baking nf small bread, and thai, too. with the emtiliot possible consumption of fuel, being so arranged ,s not in the eliylitvct di-T'ee to interfere with the other npora lin.t. i f the stove. Tins nlonn id found lo n1' m' the r.'Jv iplnpes of an culinary Cool; it i; Kiove, nnd when in Use,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 November 1839

NOT T II E G L O It Y O F C JF. S A It 1J V T T II E I, F ARE OF It O ill E BY II. 15. STACY- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1839. VOL. XIII No. 645 THE INNOCENT. BY MISS Mi MILES 1 lovcJ to look npnn die beautiful rind happy lilllc rrealurc al ti is Infant spoils, for it was ic fiejliing to one, who ImI prucil haw hollow m drill's fairest promise;, to tec lite pmila of pcaco upon Ilia face, and to listen to tlic mil ill tli.il pushed fiom :i licait a jet untouched by furrow. Then 1 misted liim Iroin his iircwtomcd linnnis ; nnd the closed shutter told that eicknes had laid llie bright ono luw. taw A) a nnd I saw him Ijoi nu lo his last testing place, and saddened I turned from the sight, jet feeling that it was meet that one so pure and loiely should die, when nil carih'a thing were perishing nimmd us, to bloom again in a world that know no blight. JJenntlful boy 1 I see I lice now, The bright hair parted o'er thy brew, And hear that voice of merry stec That won so many hearts In thec ; Altho...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 November 1839

SENATE. I Monday, Oct. 23, 1039. Prayer hy tho chnplain. Bills. Liying a tax on part nl lands in Cambridge, rear) a 3d timo and passed ; Air Edion called for a Incts, which vvns Given by Mr Unlaws, nf (lie com. on Land Taxes, showing that tho lands proposed to bo laxftd were originally a part of tho town of Sterling. Mr Edson could seo no raaion why a part only of the lands in any eno town should bo taxed ; bill laid upon tbo labia. Revised Statute. Chapter G7,of 'illcgi. timato children,' read a 3d timo nnd pas ted ', chap. 33, of 'new trials,' from tho Houss with a proposal of amendment, which was concurred in: titlo 33, of 'crimes and punishments,' referred, to Mess re Picrpoint, Edgorton Adams: I it la IS. of 'regulation of tradn jn corlnin cases.' em bracing oight chapters, on motion of Mr Kitlridgo i chap. 63, of 'divorce,' reported by Mr Swift, with propnt.nl nf amendment, which was concurred hi, and llin chapter was read a 3d timo und passtid ; chap. GO, of inspection of pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 November 1839

Charles Stevens' Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, DrsTincT uv Chittkndkn, es AT a Probate Court, huldou nt Bur lington within nml for said District on Ihc 20th dny of Oclnhcr A. 1). 11139. Present, t ho Hon. Clins. Unwell Jjudgn.. An instrument purporting to be tbo last will nnd tcstnmctit of Clin rlcs -Steven, Into of Richmond in said district deceased, 1einj presented to the Court hero by llufus Stevens, tho Executor therein Honed, for probntc; it is ordered by said Court, Ihnl nil pcretnip conccrnod therein. lio notified In appear tn sesssinn nf smd Court to bo lioldcn nt tho Eagle Hall Tn vorti, in Williston, in f-nttl dulric1, on the third Monday of November A. I). 1 039. nnd show cause, it nny thny may linvr. ngninst tho probato of said will, for which purpose it is further ordered, that n copy of tho record of this order bo published thrco weeks successively, in the Free Press, n newspaper printed nt Burlington us soon as may be. A truo copy of record. Attest. War. WESTON, Register....

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

Tho largest and most beautiful I KOyAL. r wt, if Shawl, Fancy Handkorciiicis, ,., 7' .1... i. ... Ucmove(, liVMAN iv -or.i: t. uci. iu. . , . lnlloSlnreof rmhroii & l'mwin corner nfClwrrli mid College streets, where lie will 1)0 11.1 ppv lo pro In rriemlj 11 ml uisimners, ueiiifr licltpr lliiiu ever picpurcd In iliovv tlieni 11 veiy Iciidivn iiMolltiient ol Unorta. assortment and Scarfs, nl gO pieces of almost as many different kinds for Ladies Cloak stuffs, and of nit tha various names in tho cnlaloguo oTtlio day,al LYMAN it COLE'S. Oct. 10. JL$i pieces of fig'cJ Alpines, fig'd Snx'nys, donblo and Miiglo width, 10 ps. super F:onch Mouselin do lainc, CO pieces do Scotch and English all wool. Oct. US. at LYMAN k. COLE'S. Figured Alpine. S rfftpicccs figured alpine of stipe JLvlF rior .quality, now and beau tiful patterns just opened and for sale uncommonly cheap at the new cheap cash estnbiishhmcnt of Lathhoi', Potwin & Wait. More New Goods. "JUST Received at tho newly fit te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 November 1839

N O T T If V. ii I. O U Y O F O M S A It 15 11 T ,T II K AV K I, F ARE O F H O M 12 . Ill I imm.xLJ ! Ml JI1JJ.M I III . 1 1 1 III III! " ....mfrr.nnn.ii.u.' .mnmar iBluaLW.MBltnaiWI.i ui.mumiijmii.-,. IIIJllWIWMmrTO.iii ...I. M CM UY II. B. STACY- F ES U ID AY N O VIS M 0-3 13 K. S, 1 S 35. VOSL. XIII Wo. 64G NEW OODS, NEW FASEIlOffg. WOULD inform tiis friends und tlm pub. lie thnt he hai just returned from Now York wilh u complete assortment of BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMFMI'.S AjXD for winter went, which ho considers well worthy tho attention of tlio public. The Goods wero selected with oaro in tlic Now York markets, and lie is confident they will givo satisfaction to all who may need anything in his line. A good assortment ofTJXF.N COLMKS, BOSOVS, STuOKP.aUSi'KNDHIlS, Mo. iia. al.-o oniiilr ntly on hand. Burlington Oct. Ill, lii.39, M. I,. BEOETT PROPOSES to lake u lew students in Iho LAW. His object will bo io givo them n thorough course nf instruction. JJurlinzlim.' Oct. 24, 1339. TTY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 November 1839

wiring that llifi rxportcnco of nil timo had proved lint rnpital puniehnifiit linil nol operntod to deter from t ho commission of ntiirognnm crimes, while nn Iho other hand tin) M'vi'fiiy (if tin; punishment, and the nbTiorronco with which it was viewed by t ho public, hnd frequently prevented jurors frnni convicting criminals unques tionably guilty: tin; result being thnl 1 ho guilty menped, und that security lo the community, which wn.i ono object ol pun iahtnent, utterly failed. Messrs Dillingham, Brown nnd Fnir bank nlo pnrticipntcd in tlio debate, the former fur and the two latter against the bill. Mr Chondlor moved an adjournment) which vf.s negatived, when Mr 0 took the floor rfgnint ihr bill, nnd in defence of the report of iho committee adverse to this measure. Adj, SENATE. 2 o'clock, P. M. Mr Billon, in consequence of oickness in hits family, asked mid obtained leave of absence from and nfirr Monday next. Revised Statutes. Mr Swift reported chap. 03, of licences to retailo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 November 1839

TUB MARKETS. New Yonic, Nov. 2 Money L still very scarce rind lluce to four per cent, per tnonili Is !" in? fur first rale p:ipc The hanks ore doing nil ilicy can list nil that is iirkcd, by any means nml tilings, though Pflinawliat carier cailicr in ilie week, have fallen back to llio prcsfitrc of lam week. Great tiling", hoivcier, by way of remit tance: will be dono in (lour. Wo (ball send off 1,500,000 bbk which will pay ten millions of our foiejgn debt in that nitlclc. Tlie pales of Genesee flour h.ivo rnntimicd for export tn n t-omideniblo extent nt 75, llwnigli in Fiimo cases nt less. Mnrjl.md wheat Fold tit llSe, Ohio US cash, nnd cargo of Virginia 123c. sixljyl.ijs. Northern. Hurley b.is fallen to 72i73c. Southern Oats mid nt 33, nnithem, in lota, nt .13 to 4 1 ; southern Corn G7 by weight. To dry flour rontiiiiics to sell ficclynl 5G2i75 for (Icnctre, siiul Ohio nt 5 50 to (i2. UninHTO.s, Oct. 2S. At maiket 1175 beef rattle, 2100 stores, 5200 sheep, nnd -173 swine-. Sacral ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 November 1839

50 pieces of almost as many (liferent hinds for Ladies Cloal: stuffs, and of nil tho various names in (lit) enlnloguo of the day, at LYMAN & COLE'S. Oct. Hi. pieces of iig'd Alpines, ilgM Saxmiys, (loublo and tinglo width, 10 ps super French Muuseliu do lainu, 120 pieces do Scotch and English all wont. Oct. 1U. at LYMAN & COLE'S. Figured Alpine. jpicccs figured alpine of supe rior quality, new and beau tiful patterns just opened and for sale uncommonly cheap at the new cheap cash establishhment of Lath nop, Potwin & Wait. THIBET CLOTH. Pink, liaht blue and Cherry coloured Thibet cloth of beautiful quality for children's dresses just re ceived at the new cheap cash store of Lathhoi) Potwin & Wait. Mouselaine de Laine. Plain Colored and plain Biack Mouselinc de laine of the finest quality all wool for sale low at the new cheap cash store of. Latjiiiop, Potwin &Wait. Students and others can find the greatest variety of rich fig'd and plain sat. in STOCKS, all patter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 November 1839

N O T T It 15 G L 0 II Y O F C A f A 11 IS V T T II E W U L F AUG OF ROME BY IX. B. STACY FKIBAY. POTEBiiSBS, 15, 1839. VOL. XIIINo.647 Prom llio Albany Cn Uivst tor. TWi IATE JESSE IUJEL. Sinco the Inst publication of the Culli vator, (loath lias abruptly terminated the existence o( its well-known nml respected Editor. lie sank, oftor a brief struggle, beneath a severe illness, which seized him while absent from his 1'omc, and engaged in the pursuit of his favorito occupation. Ho breathed his last, at Datibury, Connoc ticut. on the Oth ultimo, in the sixty-second year of his ago. This sudden bereave ment has called forth sympathy of the cn tiro community; and while others are ex pressing their sense of the common loss, it seems fitting thnt the paper, which ho first established, and in which he delighted to thu last, should furnish some tew memen tos of his usoful life. JESSE DUEL was horn at Coventry. Conn, on the 4th of January, 177!!. In early boyhood ho removed with his parents...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 November 1839

paid hv Qua k emit $2 instead of land road n ilnri limn, yean 10, nays 10; of led--Mr Green moved to strika j 1 1 1 o proilnd nni ol i!lt, twice read ntitl ru-. lont to bo i3 reioded out mat pari requiring cumins i" itiv . - ,.oi,u to hn fiiniimlml nt. tlui cxiif-niB of chan. 107, ol calories and fenf, reported by HiDtc rejected--when the bill paeaud to, Mr. Atlnm-. with propiixnl of ntui'iiilnieiii, bo entrrossed SEN ATM. FniDAr, Nov. 0. Prnyor bytlin Chaplain. Bills From llio House, to pay Ozios Seymour Ihe sum of gOOa statement of fnctw was made, and iho bill ordered to bo road a third tuna ; to pay Anson Davis the mini of gGO twice read and rolerrcd to Com. oil claims , to annex part oftlio toivn ol Norwich to iho town of Thetford twice road and rcferrpd to Com. on Judi ciary; o hill providing for n chaplain to iho Vt. Slate Prison and fixing his salary jJtOO twico read nut! rclcrrcd to Com. on Judiciary. Mr Swilt introduced n refutation for sup plying county clerks wilh copies ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 November 1839

VAI.UAH M IN roilSIATION. fJC3Tiii: Indian Vi:orrAur,n Pills nre n crrinin run! fordinwo in iisuory v.inuiy of arm, bee,iiic lliey llioriiiiSily pMuhu itio Miunacli mid Imwcli.iiiiluni n proper tllsdiarga liy tlin Unas, (-kin nivl kidney, nnd stimulate ilia blood to purif) iiculf. I" oilier word llioy open nil llio lutoiiil drains, mid leave lurunE (the Grand Vhysiciun) ficoio drive disease from ihe body. The iibovc outlets, or drains, nre llio cotnmon sowers of tin: liodv, thronah which all nwbid und corrupt humors (llio c.iti.e of liieiiso; nre carried olTj mid no long iu iliey am nil Kept open, nnd discharge frealy llieir ulloitcd nor tions of Impurity, llio body willcontimto in lieiilth j but when fiom eating improper food, breathing impure nir, fiidden (raiisiiiinu from licit lo cold, over exhaustion or iiny oilier cause, the bowel be. come costive, tlio pores of the fkin becnino clo.ed, or the kidneys f.iil to pciform their (unctions piop. cily, the impurities uliich should bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 November 1839

WOW'S TIIK TIME! 'ATCH Repairing dnnn on tho phnrt- ost notion nin! in llio best, tn miner ficipsili h; . by nil old bond, who is pcrfrctly ncqiminlcd Willi Hip Constitution and dis cases of Levers. Lupines. Rppentprs. coin limn Welches, Sic . nnd wlin will restore tliuir disordered systems lo n perfectly Found ntul hi'nliliy cnudiiion. Leave Ilium at L. Curtis' u titl sec. Also, just rec'd 11 innst splendid assort in r nt nf FANCY SOAPS, COSMETICS, PERFUMERY, CUTLEllY, SUA VING-APPA RAWS. SII.VI3R SPOONS. lettered free gratis for nothing, $ Spoons of the rial llrilhh Plate. JEWELRY, Sec. Which will bo Mild for cash cheaper than such articles ever havo been in this market. Walk in and look lor yoursclpcs. LEMUEL CURTIS, Agent. (Sign of tho Watch.) Opposite R, Moody's Store. 50 pieces of almost as many different kinds for Ladies Cloak Fluffs, ami of nil tho various names in llio catalogue of tho day,at LYMAN & COLE'S. Oct. 10. pieces of fig'd Alpines, fig'd Saxonys, donblo and si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 November 1839

MIIHIIIIWHiJliJ'.i,'iHl.IIUl-lli MIllMmBiaJllWWIHII;mttW.ttlUUUWMi "'';'T; "' 'l -'" jS " -J?' ' " ' IS' O T T II E C h O U Y O F C il? S A U B U T T It Ii W n I- V A UK O F U 0 HI I . mmi'i, iiiii. im ua j it.mirfc.'a i.ujn.wi.t'. m'.jf M-U'Emimwuiwi-wai-ji jm jruj:Li.u..irT.;'.uir jw. TJimrimmjrr BY II. B. STACY- FEIBAf, jaVJEME2EEfi, 252, 1830. VOL. XIIIYo. 648 TO THE WINDS. BY BKUKAMl JtAUToN. "Vn viewless niiii'iicla of ilm fky, 1 muriel riot in lining : qonc liy I'luil uric deified , l or cien in ihi l:t 1 ccr l.ty, To mo ofl hn )nnr pourr or piny Unearthly thoughts supplied. Awful your power ! wlicn liy jour milil Yon heme llio wild wiivcj crcjicil while, Like mniiiiinins, in jour uriilh ; JMrtUsliins between iheni'vallcvs deep. Which loilip poiifon roused fiom s'cip, Yawn like dentil's opening palh. O.icefiit ynn pl.iy ! "hen round the loner Where bcmity colls fprinaV loielict flower, To wrcn'lhe her ilaiU locks their Your gentle wlii-pcrs. lightly In rallies) The leave betw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 November 1839

of Treasurer, a commissioner of school fund to ",r0, nclopicd 115 to G3 : also ofSccrciury nf Btote to $'20, 100 to G4 of Secretary of sennte to J200 : of clerk of of the' house to !50, 79 to CI)! of secretary of civil nnd Miilitnry afihirs $100: nl assistant secretary of tho sen 'nlil to $100: of assistant clnrk nf the House to $'25, 70 in I9: of engrossing clerk tn $150: of siipe'rintcndnnt of Vt Slate Prisun to 5,300 -after discussion on this lost amendment, byjlossrs Hodg es, Hicr, Fairbanks, Fullam and Brown, the House, niJj. TiiuniiUY. Nov. 14, 1039. SI) NAT 13. Prnycr by the Chaplain, Chap. 70. of the Revised statutes intro dnced by Mr Marsh and entitled "of the General List," was rend the first linn nnd referred to tlic cnniinittee on finance. (Tin is n system of listing like Iho one now n force, but somewhat more comprehensive. Mr Cobb mtruuuccd the following rcsulu lion : Resolved, that' the committee nn finnncc be instructed to ascertain from sucli Four ces ns ore, wit In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 November 1839

F K I D A Y M O It N I N n, NOVEMBER 22. 11112 adjournment. The Legislation uiljniirnpd mi Tuesday rvpiiliitj, tifter n session of six weeks, which Imp irinc:iiti II v Lppii devoted io ihu icviscd pIuiiiips. We iiiu glad litis subject l thin siimiiiuiily iliJOfCil of. Tim icvised code is In bo iniuicdiaiely primed, mill go into nperiiiinn on the 1st nl July next, with ili: exception (if low chapters, which lake effect on flic 1st nf J, in. Tin' listing law was I.ihI icr, Ofthe cli.iiiiuu r of ilio new code, cur lenders lie num.' inc.iiH ul' judging us nuiseltc, ii4 we ll.iic published I lie lepnrlcil prnrppilui; in driml. I ''iiu banks h ue been chatteicd, with i lit icnl , cm me mill limnl security piiivisiou, m: ut D.m ville, ftlnntpclier, Hull, mil, I'milinrv, mid Frlrh ille in WimNnr (ounly. I'liesu rh.u lri, no be licic, weie nil cuiied (iv tuu-i fnen in iorilips, frmn ulnrli uc inler llt.it the i.niilinik lunwleis lime resulted to manifest their h.ilred lo " itm iuip lies" I i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 November 1839

JVO W O P E NING . THANKFUL loniir numerous friends fSiCnstorners tinit encouraged by inuro til R II (XM.'Clftl sllCCO--, WIJ 0VU( been induced In suend several weeks nt Now Yuri., in m'!"CI m; our Foil nnd Winter uloek nf G imis, nt n Din" Ion when we could liny Ilium low, wliitsb will enable uJ to sell lower than Good. of Ihe snme qnnl ity havo been sold hero hefnro. Wo invite the Ladies nuil Gout lemon of this Town mid vicnity nnd of other Towns In cnll nnd'exntnine our nssnrimcni. whether they wish to buy or nut, Goods will bo freely' shown, mid sold as tow as they ran be pur. chased at ant other place, without cxicplion. Our nssortuieiit is vciy extensive nuil if tliH Fall unusually Good. We hnvo fun) Wiiiclics Clocks, Jewel ry, uuil Britttitmi Wuru ; A beautiful ns- toclos Intc9t stylo. AIo Silver Specta .clcs, English, French, Gorman and Amor 'cun I'ufinmery. 9. doz. fine French Accor dions. Most all kinds of Musical In-trii-(A, menis nnd iiutruijiion Blinks fur t limit. Fitn...

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