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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 March 1843

From the Bridgeport Standard. I FACTS TO DE CONSIDERED BY THE PEOPLE, 1. Under the ndministtotion ol Mr. Van Bilren the expenditures or the general govern- ment were $37,100,1 1G in n single yenr. 3. All the appropriations fur the present, year, Under a Whig udniinislrntion, do not ex- 'cccd $ 1 8,000,000. 3. U y the economy, retrenchment and rigid accountability introduced bv the Whig !" ...i . ... .J ..... ... .,.-- .f. I no an ne yepar interns n ne urn en , ,c , thcpublic expenditures have been rcdured one "'"' I 4. Under the administration of Mr. an llutcn, the United States marshal of the- Slale oi Mississippi received to-.,i.uu ior ices mm emoluments In one year, the Collector nnd nLtrirl Attorney in New York. each, from $30,000 to .10,000 and other ollicers in pro- Itortiotl i r it- . u-i.: ..t,..;,,:.....:, m, r 5. Under a Y big administration, none of these ollicers, can, under any circumstances, receive more than S5.0U0 nycar lor Ills services, being required by law to pay...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 31 March 1843

V 1 AN ADDRESS ' ' coxrowD ron a temperance cEttnnATio.i. ' Ye friends of moderation, j. ,,. , ,YV ho think a reformation, Qr morn! renovation, tf -i: Would Dcncm our HHUUii , JVVlio deem intoxication, , Willi nil iU dissipation in every rank and stotioii, Tlio causo of degradation, Of which your observation ' Give daily demonstration, Who ce the ruination, Distress and desolation, , Tlio open violation, Of moral obligation, The wretched linbitation Without accommodation, ' Or any regulation, For common sustenntion, A scene of deprivation, Uncquall'd in creation ; The frequent desecration Of Sabbath's ordination, Of crime and depredation, Defying legislation ; The awful profanation, Of common conversation, Tlie mental abemtion, And dire infatuation With every sad gradation To maniac desperation : , Ye who with consternation, Behold its devastation, . And utter condemnation On all inebriation ; Why mnelion its rfurntion Or show disapprobation Of any combination For its extermination ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 April 1843

4f VERMONT PHCEHTIX. i vr :;; n . irr BRATTLEBORO, Vt. APRIL 7, 1843. VOL. IX. NO. 32. BY WM. E. KYTIIEK. i From tlic Ladies' World of Fashion. I THE BELLE OP BANK. by miis. c. k. rowNr.u,. "Brother," said Isabel Melville, "who was that outlandish creature I saw you with in Main street yesterday ? I mean the girl in the plain, white silk bonnet and drab dress, that laqkcd as if it had once been a mummy." "Oh I you mean Emily Paine, I suppose, For she docs not dress as a fine lady as you would." "And who is Emily Paine ? Your wash-cr-woman or her daughter ?" said Isabel, with a toss of her head. "Neither," replied Alfred, with a quiet smile, looking his sister in the face, "she is the daughter of a reduced family, and lives with her widowed mother. They have here tofore resided in one of the northern coun ties lived in a log hut, I believe but have. now come to Cincinnati, where they talk of opening a millinery shop. I can promise them your custom, I suppose," continued the brother, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 April 1843

PAOIFICUS : TI1C I11GI1TS AND PRIVILEGES OE THE SEVERAL STATES IN REGARD TO SLAVERY, Sting a Series of fasays published in the U'tttorn llcstrec Ohio) Chronicle, after tie cUcliun if 1B13. T" "' ir A wino or omo. KUMDCIt VI. yiotattnns nf the Constitution Continual. Mr Editor : Having in my two last num bers made some allusion to tlic manner in which the people of the free States have been involved in the pecuniary expense of slavery, I will now proceed to examine some uf the instances in which wc have been in volved in the moral guilt of that institution. By net of Congress, approved February 27, 1801, slavery and the slave trade in the District of Columbia i ere re-established and continued. As some diversity of opinion exists in regard to tho power of Congress over the subject of slavery in that District, it may be well to remark, that the States of Maryland and Virginia, by deeds of cession bearing date in 1800, conveyed the territory embraced within the District of Columbia tp ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 April 1843

.aKUlcgffsgr-qjgga 1 -trntn una The Murder of Corltcs.l will be seen liy our report ihnt Iho examination before the Cor oner has been closed, the Jury, niter u brief ab sence last evening, relumed n verdict that Hie deceased came to his dcnlh by n wound from some person unknown. Mr and Mrs Colton were thereupon discharged. Nothing in the voluminous testimony that has been taken in this protracted case tends to fix suspicion of guilt upon any person, and the affair remains enveloped int'its oiiginal mystery. The fact tint n man may bo shot in the open street at only n few steps from the most crowded thor oughfare in the city, nt an hour when tho streets are so generally thronged, and the mur derer escape even a1 suspicion of having done the deed, is certainly somewhat alarming. What disclosures lime may evolve remains lo lie seen: nt present, however, the whole affair lain the darkest mystery; and we sec norea3on why it should not remain so as long as the cir cumstances attending the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 April 1843

' BtfACK EYES AND BLUE.1- ' 1 "Black eves most dazzle nt o ball j ' Bliio'cycs moat please nt evening fall; This black a conquest soonest gain; The Dine n conquest most retain; The black bespeak n lively heart, Whoso quick emotions soon deport; The blue a steadier flame betray, ' That burns and lives beyond n day. The black may features best disclose; . In blue may feelings all repose, Then let each reign without control T lie black all mind the blue all souiil A NEW PANIC. The scare-crows of the Ahli-TarilF men arc ,'disslpated by experience about as fast as they can be got up. First, the New Tariff was to destroy our Shipping interest, and nil the sai lors in our port were induced to vole the loco Toco ticket last fall, on the lalse pretence thnt the Whig Tariff had reduced their wages and stopped their business. Now our shipping is , fully employed, and freights as high an any .reasonable shipper could ask. Then the I ar iffwas tji destroy the Revenue: but that hum bug has had it...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 April 1843

?"'r'yHwgW - "1 ".'gtV- ".".J- " '-' mi. . ,.. aii.im '.nil.,., IV M. II E 11 . UTTLEBOBO, Vt. APRIL 14, 1S43. VOL. IX. NO. 33. 1-1 I.1 it Blui ujl-a huiiiJiK. In travelling some years ago in the south Of France, it chanced that 1 was one tlav compelled to leave the diligence in which n Imil itist sinripil in minm imm Afnninnlinr towards Paris. My health had been for sometime, unsettled, and the journey was undertaken somewhat rashly, particularly as neither friend nor personal attendant was with me at the time. The r.nnsrniinnr.n vvas a stoppage to my travel, I had home tip for a time at the cost or much sufferiiiir. I.... f I I I . .1 . .. wy way, to take advantage of my arrival at n small, neat-looking village, and make a1 halt. The cabaret beforc"which I landed will Vil3 lorCCII, WllCn allOUl IlllrtV miles OH was very clcin and promising in its appear- .IT.,.. II' and promising in its appear- :tcreil invselftlmi. irnrrnssn. mice, anu i i aitcrei invsn i in nnirn. . ry to stay 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. — 14 April 1843

TTcvwout ftljotufr. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, UU3. Icumslnncc!",) until this mnttcr could be Iniil he- , lore tin Uovcrnmcnt, ntnl 1 should receive in structions on (lie subject. He, however, would make no corresponding concession, hut said that ho should act ns Warden of (he Disputed Tcr- Bv the subjoined correspondence it will bo "low, ami make such arrests, and exercise 3 . J . . i i. ...i ' such lunsdiction ns lie I hoiinht nroncr in the seen (hat a gross outrage ..ns . ecn comm.u JcrrU- concwle, , ,ho vllcd 'Btiln ,,y the on our North Eastern frontier by Dnlish sub- trcatv ttiaL he had been nresent during the neeolintiona for the treat Vi and Was possessed nl' details which we knew nothing nhout, nnd in a word, inlimulcd much more than he ex pressed. He further stated, that if the opportunity presented ho should, even on this side, nriest the lieutenant, or any of the parly permitted by we think, and we believe the whole people will . me to accompany the civil authorities, and pcr- , ....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 April 1843

The Rhode Ishnd Election for Gover-1 nor nml members of lliu lccislaturc, which took I t.lacc on Wedncsdnv last, recited in fi.vor of l the Law and Order party, and the total defeat of the democratic party, embracing the friends and advocates oT Gov. Dorr. The Providence Journal of yesterday lias tho following article on the subject: The Result. The election which terminated laH Wednesday in the complete success ol the Law and order ticket, is one of the most im portant events in tho history of the Stale, and its influence will h. felt for good, long af ter the men who participated in its exertions and in its triumphs, have passed away. It is no party triumph. It is a triumph of law and order and regulated liberty over anarchy and violence ami moo mw. u is a uiuiupn o which an parties win snare mo uencius, aim i which will be looked back to with just and honest pride by every true hearted Rhode Islander. The ilcldsiohs which have possessed the minds ol many honest nnd well meaning m...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 April 1843

r tows fctmt-MJf i.t.ymn ,ff filE ORPHAN TWJNS. ' '"'Good-bye lo our own dear homo," said ono of two boys who wcro standing on a hill, taking n last look at their little German cottage. They were twins, and were stand ing looked in each other's arms, while tears wcro flowing fast over their checks. ' They wcro orphans, and wcro now going to leavo their home and country, to go to England, tho land of the stranger. They had learned, when their parents were alive, 4o play on the guitar and sing, and this was all they could do for a livelihood. "Ah I Henri," said Wilhclm, "how sad it is to be obliged to go away from our own dear homo 1" ' "Oh, yes, indeed," said Henri, "but we .will come back again ; wo will earn money, .and will come back, and who knows but wc may live in this very house again ?" "Yes. dear brother, wo will try to earn money, and will try to bo useful too, nnd if wc aro good, and uo as our near parents sed to tell us, when they were in this world, God will send his ang...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 April 1843

rrvatrfrt u' mutt) ' ff wWfriftWFHn VERMONT PH i J r! J IS BRATTLEBORO, Vf. A P K I L 21, 1843. VOt.. IX. NO. 3i. MY WM. E. BYTIIEK. IE TttE COQUETTE. HV JAMES SIU'.IUDAN KNOWLES. "I wilt not marry yet," was her reply cr face half averted from the kneeling fiturc beside her, whom still she suffered to retain, her hand whoso arm still encircled her waist, unforbidden. "I will not marry jet," and love was in the tone of the very accent that withheld the boon of love, or de ferred the bestowal of it. St. Aubyn was a young man of moderate fortune; accomplished, unsophisticated, of quick sensibilities. A student, and fond of retirement, he had selected for his sum ttier residence a small fishing hamlet, on the romantic coast of Pcvonshirc j where, be tween his books and the sea-shore, along which he loved to ramble, his timo passed anything but heavily. Here he had resided about a month, when the littlo community received an addition, in a young lady and her mother, who joined it lor the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 April 1843

to' lSXTnX6T8 PROM AN ADDRESS OP , Amount.tlue Florida militia, -THE WHIGS OF VIRGINIA, ASSEM-, Amount, due Georgia do, , BLED IN STATE CONVENTION ON ; AinourifUue Slate dfGeorgln',1 THE 32r DAY OF FEBRUARY-LAST., CONDITION OP THE COOKTHT ON Sill. VAH DU nBK's ACCESSION TO THE PRESIDENCY, mFeltow Gilisent; Yon nrc familiar with the . . ill i . rn. i .. t i.idm iiirmoTBOiciicnnrawuii in uen. .jhuksuii, iii ioai 3I7.G01 78,495 vt 207.O0O no. do. no.- ) lunine, r 200,000 .1 liosc lour Inst items, amounting to near a million of dollars, were embraced in 'bill which pnssed both Houses ol Congress the Inst night of Air Van Duron' term or office, but too talc to receive the signature of the Speaker, on his'relirernent from the Presidency, Hint he but they hove since been provided for by 0 "ien mis Kreai people, prosperous ann nappy; whig Congress, In peace with nir nations; and flourishing be yond nil firmer example." Out the sagacious statesmen who oimnscd his violent-measures the removal...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 April 1843

From the N. 0. Picayune, April Xilh THE 31 IE It I'lUSONEKS, Particulars of their Escape and subsequent . "if Distressing Occurrence.--Wo nro just informed ol a most melancholy accident mm mm (imcu on one a i uic prairies in tho western unrl nf ilm tifni,, A r ... ! i .. ..r rccaolure aid Release terdaV receivei fcc p ----0--- -- ---- u ui'"u m 1111101-, iviiuil UIU III- lernan in Mexico, giving more full parliculam mntcs, not seeing nny one alight from the or the escape or the Texan prisoners taken at; wagon, were Induced by mere curiosity to Mier, and also or their subsequent, recapture. ' make a closer examination. Upon looking In rlic same letter, in addition, furnishes us with .to the wagon they were horror-Mruck nt the the melancholy intelligence of the death of Dr. J appalling spectacle which presented itself to Rrenhnni and. Archibald V itzgcraKI, both of their view. whom were on the Santa Fe expedition. The father ami nine children wore Ivinrr mil) Tor flrSm 5Vir ' i.rn 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. — 21 April 1843

V, :'V. THE LOST PENKNIFE. Wlicn"! vas'a small- loy 'y mother pre-: scntcd mo with if penknilc. it .was xnoiiirsi '.I had over owned, nud carefully kept it in a box', with other choice play things. One mU r ulinuncl the knife to my cousin, who was so much pleased with it, that she pro posed to buy it by giving me for it some nuts and candy. This was a very tempt- mg offer, and without asking advice of any one. I consented to the proposal, and sold my knifti I soon cat the nuts &, candy, and I went to bed that night with a heavy heart. I saw how foolish I had been, and knew I should bo reproved for my foolish ness when it should be made known. Short- lv' after this, mv aunt wished to mend a pen nsked mo to lend her mv knife. I said noth ing : but loft the room under the pretence of going to my box to get it. When alone 'I war greatly perplexed to know what to "snfot wi'jt course to take. To confess what I had done was very humiliating, and I could not humble myself to do it. It s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 April 1843

"SSI VERMONT TPH , , ft 5 . . -.( , : II BV WM. E. RYTIIEK. in BRATTLEBORO, Vt. APRIL 28, 1843. VOL. IX. NO. 35. From the Mitt LetlieU Magazine. T II "E TWO MAIDENS. BY T. S. AttTlIUU. , ""Good morning, Mrs. llinton," said Mar tha Green, liftingJier head, as a visiter en tered the room in which she sat, busily en gaged in sewing. "You see that I ant full of work. ',-'-, "So you seem to he," was the quiet reply, "but I suppose you can spare to-night, for a udrk.of mercy I" , , "How a work of mercy, Mrs. llinton t ""Poor old Mrs. Bender is very ill stf ill that she cannot be left alone any length of time. I have been up with her two nights in succession, and am now looking for otic "or two young ladies who will take charge 'oV her to-night. Can I depend on you V "Not to-night, Mrs. llinton. It would be impossible 1 It wilt take tnc till 12 to night, and the most part of to-morrow, to finish this dress, which I must wear at Mrs. Corric's party to-morrow evening. Any oth er time I would...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 April 1843

EXTRACT FltOM AN ADDRESS OFjwill be constituted the ngentTor the collection, TUB WHIGS BLED IN ST Till.". TWENTY. FEBRUARY LAST. Concluded, DERAMOEMEKT OF THE CUnHENCT. .The war upon the Bank, nnd final overthrow nrtlmt institution, wns otic oi me crcai nun distinguishing' Incidents of the Jackson era, UIIU IIUIl IU ttllltll HO Ult llljliuatu liiuiniY III nscriluuhe I.I.R tain of evil,' and dieter, to Which the country has since been exposed. On the ruin of tliat ojie, rose several hundreds nreiinilnr Inul il nt Innc In nmtnpf tffl P.fi millinna. " ii.cu.uit j ... . ............ j upwards of 200 millions of banking cupital was legislated into existence', tu compensate the wiiinuuwui in us iu nr tit minimis m mi.uiu lion, more than 100 millions of paper, issued by tieto banks, Hooded the country. 1 lie great organ of tlie new empirical school, the Globe, exdlted that the States would now furnish their own currency. President Jackson, too, with a Phmton-like 'folly, applied the lash t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 April 1843

BURNING pP .AlllUSSIANf THKA . i ( i . t1 'I'HE - 5 'lteccnV English" papers 'give an nccount ofthc burning ol a thontro nt at. t'ctersi.urg, which occasioned a terrible destruction of: human life. The fire broke out behind the scenes, and the director ortho theatre or- dered the curtain at the back of the stage t6lh6 drawn up, Hint every one might be . aware, of the imminence of the danger. i Tlncfe smo1e and flames poured out toward the body of the house. Laughter was sud- ucnly turned into naliu tear, ami snricKs oi . horror burst from the bosoms of thousands, I wL I . i.,i i.... nn..r..ln,l will. mini, I v ho but now had been convulsed with mirth Grasping what was dearest to litem, all rush ed toward the outlets. These were too few for the magnitude of the theatre, and it was very slowly that , Her delicate situation at the time of the tcrri tho foremost made way for those behind , We event was such as to render the murder a them. So much the more rapidly did the ,0,Mo 0,e- An ....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 April 1843

PAOIFICUS: THE. RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OF'tHE . ; SEVERAL STATES IN REGARD TO ' SLAVERY, Being a Scries of Essrtijs published in the Western ' Ee'scrte Ohio) Chronicle,afitr the election of 1842. bt a wiitn or onto. NUMDEn VIII. . Tic Remedy. Mr. Editor: 1 have now stated, gene Tally, the constitutional rights of the people of the free States concerning slavery, and lfavc referred to some oftho most prominent "abuses to which those rights have been sub .jectcd. It remains for mo to call the atten tion of my readers to the remedy. But this will nt once suggest itself to the mind of ev ery reAder, and each will say that our rem edy consists in a united vindication of our rights ; that the real difficulty consists in our divisions, and our first efforts should bo to' unite the friends of northern rights. In order to do this, we must search out the cause of our division, and understand dis - tinctly the point on which we separated. If! understand our Liberty men, they are anxious to main...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 May 1843

"Y 11 y t ii i3 n . B R A T TLEBOKO, V t . MAY 5 , 18 4 3 . VOL. IX. NO. 36. ' iwppij 4ml) mi I) lumiu iimjJjmiiM.jj.mwjjLj ggMmmiajMujMiiiijii i i mujLij, , iim nmm ... lmJ i JL j.ijhjh MMBBMBB From ttic Philadelphia SliirJ.ty Courier. THE TWO UNCL.I3S. JIY MRS. CAUOMNC IfCK IIENTZ, ACT1IOIIES9 OF THE MOD CAP, ETC. ETC. Miss I'liillis Manners was the maiden sis ter of Air. Manners, and the female guardi nn and governess of his two mothcricss daughters, Lclia nnd Elmira One evening, Miss mditncrs entered tlic apartment of her neiccs, Willi a decided air of vexation and otigcr. "How provoking!" she exclaimed, 'how unfortunate ! The most mortifying circum stance in the world.' What is it, Aunt Phillis?' asked Lclia, Eympathizingiy. 'Aunt I'liillis again I' repeated the lady. Will you never learn to call mo Cousin I'liillis? I have told you a hundred times, I disliked that formal, old fashioned title.' 'Forgive mo dear aunt. Well, I cannot help addressing you so I have always call ed t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 May 1843

PLAN FOR THE LIIIEItATION OF SLAVES. In 1842, Mr. MeDnnotigh, n planter rc eiding opposite New Orleans, liberated etgnhj n iic c hvin nm se 111 I nein 10 uiucnu. j manner in which he accomplished this object is worlhv the nttenlion of nil who ore really nml sincerely interested in the practical email . ... . K.'l. I. ..i i ... i ,1 ...... Il ...u effected In pursuance of n regular plnn, simple nnd definite ill its details, niulns applicable lo any other ca-e as to his; nitd it would seem to he free from serious nbieolioiH from any ( unr- ter The following is the narrntion a. given by hi.,.elf-N. Y. Tribune. , Veelit.g the ., eerily ol keeping the Sab - bath holy, he woul; not allow In saves lo work on tbnt dav. Experience, however, soon convinced him that men who toiled six dnye for their maMer needed many thine which he C.OIIIU 1101 give Iliem. i" i-iiHine uivm mini this, he iillnwed them hull'of Saturday, that is ... . .... .1 ... II...... I i. .1. from midday until night to work ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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