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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 May 1843

A NEW HORROR IN THE SLAVE TRADE. A gentleman recently on the coast of Africa furnished the horrible account of n peculiar spe cie of iniquity, in connection wilh the slnvo trade. II will be read with astonishment evi'n by those who are most familiar wilh the histo ry of the most detestable tralfic thai disgraces the human race. The statement is nlaeed in our hands for publication, and wo nro willing to be responsi ble for its literal truth. The writer visited a town near the mouth of the Gaboon river, where lie found n slave factory and 432-slaves. He says: "There was one company which particular ly arrested my attention and nll'ected my heart. Row thev came to be chained toaethcr, I can- f not tell, unless theifkeepers, yielding to what they supposed an innocent but unmeaning de sire, alio weil them tobo drnwn together by their sympathies and misfortunes. The com pany to which I allude was made up evidently of nursing mothers, who lind been bereft of their children. What had become...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 May 1843

PAGIFICUS : THE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OF THE SEVERAL STATES IN REGARD TO SLAVERY, Being a Series nf Essays published in the Western Jlestrce (Ohio) Vlirunicie,njitr iic tucuonoj icis. by x wnio or omo. NU.Miicn ix. Objcciiims answered. Sin. Editoh: In this, my closing num ber, it is my intention to answer some ob lections tliat have been uracil against a union of the friends of northern rights. The first, anil most important, objection urged by the "Liberty men is that "Hen ry Clay is the Winn candidate for President and they cannot vote for him, because lie is n slaveholder." .My first answer to this objection is, that Air. Clay is not the candi date for the Whig party at present; and whether he will be, is quite uncertain. Nor can I admit it to he good or sound policy for me to withdraw from the support of good men at this time, for the reason that I think a had man may be a candidate two years hence for another oflice. Again : should Sir. Clay die before the next Presidential ele...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1843

VERMONT PIKE NIX. A' ' U Y WM, E.llYTIIElt, BRATTLEBORO, Yt. MAY 12, 1843. YOL. IX. NO. 37, . ' I, I From the Philadelphia Saturday Courier. THE TWO UNCLES, nv ms. cauolini: i,nn iicntz. AUTIIOUKSS pr TitK Mon cap, etc. i:tc. Concluded. I will appeal to my father,' said Lelia, anil thank heaven I hero he comes.' Mr. Manners nt this moment opened the street door, and, looked with a little trepi dation, on the theatrical figure of his sister, standing erect upon the stairs, the rose over her left car trembling and tossing as if in stinct with life, a symptom with which he was very familiar ( for, like certain ani mals, when excited by passion, she had n vibratory motion of the cars. Lclia ran to her father, and putting her arms in his, drew him towards his sister, in spite of his evident reluctance. 'Dear father,' said she, 'Aunt l'hillis is not willing that Uncle Clements should have n comfortable room to sleep in. Uncle Banks has the green chamber, with a bla zing fire, and poor Unc...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1843

From tin Littrpool Chronicle, of April 8. THE LONDON MILLINERS. Tim nrislocrnciio Indies who mii3ter in Lon don in the fashionable Benson, hove nn untold quantity of sympathy for lliu miseries of slave ry at the antipodes; .they have inexhaustible fountains ol tears for the sufferings of the fac tory children, whom they picture to their sen sitivc nuil delicate imaginations as hourly ex posed to the fc-fo-fum cruelties of the men who, upon the villany of being mill owners, graft the still more hateful ctime of being nnti-corn-law leaguers. Who, then, would sup nose that, in these fair advocates of humanity, lie saw the authors of more persevering wretch edness, more awlul misery to our species, than can any where be found between "either pole?" Yet, in plain truth, so it is, as the following extract from n parliamentary report lately made will amply and more than amply prove. The thing is too horrible for belief if it wcie not thus placed on record. Let the ladies of Eng land ponder...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1843

MARRIED, At tlio I'hconix House in tills village, 2d inst., by Rev. Addison IJr'own, Mr Henry 0. Kellogg of Amherst, Mass., to Miss Minerva 1'ark of Bernards ton, Mass. In Westminster, April 25th, by Rev Mr Batchcl dcr, Mr Zcnas Lord to Miss Orrill Qoold, both of Westminster. At Slielburne Foils, April 27, Mr Gcorgo E. llerrifield of Charlcmonl, to Miss Harriet Barnard of S. Falls. DIED, In Marlboro. April 2d, Mrs Fanny, wife of Mr Nathaniel Qoodspecd, aged 4G years and 4 months. Her sickness, which .was protracted nnd severe, bIio bore w ith Christian patience and resignation.. Printers in Mass., Vermont and Ohio, nro re quested to notice the nbovc tn Nnrtli WnrrLlinrn. AnrilTlti.nf o.nnatltnntinn . Mrs Nnrcissa M., wife of Leland II. Slockwell, i tr. ngeci uu years. wo win suusiy iiieni mni mey werenoi ooiigni In Wardsboro, on tbc1lst inst. Mr Adam Howard, at a very great profit over and above purchas ed 80. Printers in Moss, are requested to notice, i es made in New York. . 1T.. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 May 1843

(Concluded from first page.) :i.t ,,.. i, .inMnmil hi mpl r mm fori 1,1., f.ni,i- ' Fino horses these, brother,' said ho put- tine his head out of the window; 'sweep il,n u ml. It. win bi 9 kimr I l'nnr Lrlial don't cry wish there was room. ' The nohlo horses which had been nawimr the ground, impatient of their long restraint, bounded forward, at the first touch of the tultin ntwl tlirt cirrii rrct tuna crwin mii fV oinlil t.. ' i :. ... i...wi kcrchicrof AuntPhillis waived from the window, like an oriflammc of victory. Tho stage, which brought Mr. Clements and his n m An .Innr. son. was soon at the door 'I do not think I can part with you, after all said Mr. Manners, retaining Lclia in n nartins embrace 'I shall he too lonely.' Then come with us,' with Mr. Clements, 'and lot mo reciprocate, as far as I am able, tho hospitality I havo received under your root. 'That cuts rather close,' thought Mr. Man ncrs. 'Come with us said Charles, 'then Lclia will nut carry a divided heart.' Lel...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1843

-, 'Hit tVf ' . .run? .;(T PHJEIIX. r MY WM. E. 11 YT II Ell. BRATTLEBORO, Yt. MAY 19, 1S43. VOL. IX. NO. 38. m-M'J '.ii-eji miinw WM mm i (r To the American Public. Improvement in whatever regards tlie happiness nnd welfare of our race is constantly on the innrcli to perfection, nnd with each succeeding day some new problem is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, having mi important nnd direct hearing over man's highest destinies. If we take a retro spective view over the past twenty years, how i the mind struck with wonder! What rapid strides lias science made in every dcpirtment ot civilized life ! particularly in Hint which relates to the knowledge of the human system in health and (lis vase. How valuable nnd indispensable, nre the cu rative means recently discovered thiough the agen cy ofchemistry ! How does the imagination kindle nnd our admiration glow nt the ingcnuilv, the near approach to the standard of pprfeclion,of ihc present lime ! Through the elaborate investiir...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1843

TO TIIK M20PL.I3 OF TIIK FR13K STATUS OK THH UNION. We, the undersigned, in closing our duties to our constituents nnd our country ns members of the 27th Congress, feel hound to coll your attention very briefly to the project, long en tertained by n portion of the people of these United Stntes, still pcriinnclously ndhercd to, and Intended soon to be consummated TIIK ANNRXATION OF TUXAS TO THIS UNION. In the press at business incident to the Inst days of a session of Congress, we have not lime, did wo deem it necessary, to enler upon a detailed statement of the reasons which force upon our minds the conviction that this project is by no means abandoned that a largo portion oflho country interested in the contin uance of domestic slavery and the slave trade in these United Slates have solemnly nnd un alterably determined thai it shall be speedily carried into execution, and that, by this ad mission of a new slave Territory and slave States, the undue ascendency of the slavchold ing p...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1843

From the Springfield Republican, Maria Clark vs. Harrison Robinson. Tills was an nction to recover damages for a breach of promise of marriage. A num ber of witnesses were introduced by tbo plaintiff, from wlioso testimony it nppenred that tin intimacy had existed between tbo parties for about tbrcc years in other words they had been "courting," as the witnesses expressed it, about that time. The court ship was terminated by the dofciuhnt's mar rying another person on the 8th of January last although some of the witnesses testifi ed that be visited the plaintiff and "sit up" with her three evenings after he was mar ried to another woman. The parlies rcsi- From the. Monlitlirr Watchman. ' THAT HAIL llOAD AGAIN. The road from lloston to Fitclibtir is to bo built; there is no tnlstaUo about it. Of course the road will era long bo extended to the valley ofllic Con nccticttt hut what, tr where, then? Our renders ore nware thai tlio people or Rutland County arc at work to carry tlio road ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 May 1843

5 7 I if My bright native vnlo, must I bid tlicc ndieu, Far, far in llio distance to dwell, Seek friends among strangers, a homo that is new, And bid thee a lasting farewell? Why should I repine I tears flow al the thought, Tho' mournful, the word must bo said, Twas here In gay childhood, I happiness sought, 'Twas here that my brightest hours sped. Oh, mcm'ry brings back a thousand Bcencs now, And mntiD lov d ones who ore cone, fvow, 'Twas here that we brenth'd our friendship's first Those hour9, ah they fled, hut too soon. The smooth marble stone on yonder high hill, May tell tho depirturc of some, While some have remov'd to other lands, still Many yet cling to first homo. Then call it not weakness if sadnesi o'ercomcs ; The tics aro too strong to bo brok'n, That bind mo to thee, dear friends, early home, Hut Bad farewell must be spok'n. Farewell senile river, thy banks where I've roam'd, And cull'd llio wild plnlt growing there, Or listened with pleasure to hear thy sad moan, Or r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 May 1843

HEurix u: tWt vn-n rtfivi (T BY WM. E. II Y THE It. BRATTLEBORO, Vt.'MAY 26, 1843. VOL. IX. NO. 39. M &ir To the American Public. Improvement in whatever regards the happiness nnil Welfare of our race is constantly on the march to perfection, anil with each succeeding day sonic new problem is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, having an important and direct hearing over man's Highest destinies. If we take a retro spective view over the past twenty years, how is the mind struck with wonder ! What rapid strides has scienco made in every department of civilized life ! particularly in that which relates to the knowledge of the human system in health and tlis eaae. How valuable and indispensable arc the cu rative means recently discovered through the agen cy of chemistry t llow does the imagination kindle -unil our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near approach to the standard of perfection, of the present time I Through the elaborate investigations of l'hysiology, or th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 May 1843

NEW YORK ANNIVERSARIES. Tho Now York papers give full and interest ing accounts of tho anniversary meetings which were held in tlint city last week. The express snys that theso anniversaries havo never been more numerously attended in any former year. The American Anti-Slavery SocietyMet at thp Apollo Rooms, on Tuesday, and the Society of Friend appeared to have, as usual, its full' representation, 'a very pleasing feature in the meeting being the quaint neat dresses and tho gentle faces of tho fair qunkeresses;' these were contrasted with here and there the Bnhte complexions of another race. A number pf distinguished individuals from other States were present. , , This society is the oldest nnti-slavery organ ization in tho country. It is in favor of what Ore Called 'l.m.u,v' l UhU,' mid I. ori"rtl li imlitical action. On this account the I oppan ites.ceccded two or three years ago. On the platform were seated F.dmnnd (iiiincy, W il liam Llovd Cn'rrison, Mr I'enninglon, n color ed ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 May 1843

To the Editors. of the,Xationnl hlclligmttr. 1 hi Rbv, (N! Yj) May U,'lB43. nnntlrmcn I hnveinst seen the address to the People of the free States nntho subject ul' iha annexation of Texas, signed by tliirtecn members of the 27lb Congress, as published in your paper of May 4th. The address was pre pared just at the close ofthc session, and was presented to very few of the members fur their Signatures for want of time. It was signed by A recent meeting of iTe citizens of ?Vestnn and vicinity, wni lioldrn for tnkTng into consideration tlio subject ol'n Itnilrooil Irom Ki tcliluir y through Urattleboro to Lake Chainplain. Stephen Smith, Ksq., wan chosen Chairman, and Dr. Seneca Cu ter, Secretory. The practicahility and utility ol such route was discussed, and the great advanta ges to almost every department of industry was the thirteen whoso names ure appended to ft j 'am open ; wlicrcupon a Comimtleo of Corrcspon nt Washington, nild was subsequently sent to denco and on Hesolutions we...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 May 1843

It it CT3BT ... ' i i. 1 'A 'Voting man is lying-tinder scntenco of kmiL' $ l Bmiflinrn nnntf nritiniifa. (ICaill, III UIIU III UUI ouu. ,.w. ...... .......... rul.n n-fiiarq to reveal his real name, lest the ti lings of his shameful into should reach his Htti:iAtur1 milllllT ' l 1 i " jlii yonder low-roofed cottage, , ,Far out upon the green, There dwells n lonely widow, ' t ' Whqiiettcr days hath seen. . " 't But human joys are fleeting, - Like sunshine still they fade; - Death's shadows cold are sleeping, ' 'J 'Where youth and hope aro laid. ' ' Ofall the human hlossoms, ..,,-,;.Whiph rjraced her early day, tif. But onb fair hoy remaineth, - And ho is far away. ffivo timea the leaves of summer, Iliive deck'd the gay green wood; Five times the snows of winter, peep on the earth have stood. .Y Not changeful like the seasons, - But fixed as heaven above, -(. Glows ever in n mother's breast, I i A mother's holy love. . The midnight winds arc sweeping; Down poured floods or rain; Thoj...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 June 1843

VERMONT PHCEIIX. BRATTLEBORO, Tt. JUNE 2, 1843. BY V M . E . RYTIIEll. VOL. IX. NO. 40. To the American Public. Improvement in whatever regards the happiness and welfare of our nice is constantly cm the march to perfection, niitl with each succeediiiir day some now problem is solved, or some profound seciet re vealed, having nn important mid direct hearing over mail's highest destinies. Il we lake a retro spective view over the past twenty years, how is tile mint struck Willi wunder! Viial rapid strides lias science made in every department of civilized lil'e ! particularly in that which relates to the kndwledtrd of the human system in health and dis cine. How vnluible rind indispensable are'lhe cu rative means recently discovered tlnouh the ngeri cy nfclieuiistry ! llow (I oca the imagination kindle and our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near approach to the Blandard of perfection, of the present lime ! Throuj'li the elaborate iuvesliirulions of Physiology, or the science of...

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

JOHN M. BOTTS vs JOHN TYLER. Treachery Unmaiked. Mr Holla having been charged with fiilse liood 'Hy authority' in the Madwoman, in ref erence to some assertions imputed to him in regard to the treachery of John Tyier, appears ot length in the Richmond Whig or the 10th in reply, traversing Iho whole matter in differ ence, and closing his statement with an affida vit of it correctness. We extract the follow ing passages: On the night of the 2d of March, Ml, Mr Tvler and mysclfslepl in Iho same bed, and talked more titnn half the night on various sub jects, public and private among those sub jects of a public nature was the establishment of a National Hank. There was a strong rea son then to apprehend that there would be n lie in the Senate.on that question, which wo both deprecated: But said 1, "Tyler, it will af ford you a glorious" opportunity to immortal ize your name jf the establishment of on insti tution so indispensable, to the prosperity of iho country should be ca'rricd by yo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 June 1843

The Tariff and Prolcction. The following from the Boston n9 indicating the in that quarter prominent statesman The cry of the Locofoco pnrly, ever since Life and Speeches of Henry Clau. Messrs. 1 Answer to Problem 3lt. .....i.... e. fii'm... .t. .1... l (i ..,1 ... i ! Atlas, is worthy of attention urceiey luc-EJrniii, me enterprising prnpn- mcnc.eu m vu mmuirs pntid, i . m , course on tins subject, which Wwcr to 1'ioblcin 33d I 10 . it is annrchended a cerla n Is ...;.i. n.n ... i . .i'. Hulk. Multinlv the number ofrai i OllUl.VIII.3i UllUllllUlilllll Willi U lllll U1IU IUIUIIUI . . ... . . ... ...:n .... i .i - . nf . ... . rnci. nv mi! nroauci win uc c.u win iiumuc. memoir oi me nrcai vestcrn statesman nna The job wnj com- ilia mno cm Orator. The work will comprise two largo 1 ihn TnrilT f.nvtf. Iin Wn Up. clegnnl vols, ol nun pages each, embellished 'Ml ""Repeal." They will unquestionably!";'1'1 three handsome engravings, nnd will he' L incessant in their opposition and they wil...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 June 1843

j BABY'S COMPLAINT. , Oh, mother, tlenr mother, no 'wonder I cry, More wonder by fnrtliat jour baby don't die No mailer what nils me no matter who h here, No nutter how hungry the. "lor little dear, Nt ...n..r li'i'nll, nr all out of urealli, Slio trots me, and trots mc, and trots mo to death. I loye my dear nurse,but 1 dread that great kneo ; I like all her law, uui woe moo me i Hli rnn'L bp colltCllled Willi llllkillL' SO KreltV. And wnhing, and dressing, and doing her duty ; And that very well, i can uear soap onu waicr, But mother, he is an unmerciful trotter ! Pretty, ladies, I want to look at your faces, I'retty cap, pretty fire, let me Bee how it blazes, llow can I, my head going bibily-bob ? And she trots me the harder, the harder 1 sob ; Oh, mother, do stop her, I'm inwardly sore, 1'hicciip and cry, and she trots me the more, And talks about "wind," when 'lis she makes me nchfl ! , , IVUh 'twould blow her away, for poor baby s sake I Thank goodness I'm still, oh, Messed be ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 June 1843

VERMONT PHEHriX. IIY WM. 12. 11 V THE 3 11. BKATTLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 9, 1843. VOL. IX. NO. 41. From the Ladies World of Fashion. WILLOW HELL, 11 V 1.VIIIA JAN1! 1-ir.llSON. lovely and innocent beings were Hannah ami FranciM u Southmaycd; lovely and lov ing one another were they, for they were or phans, and no kind kindred divided their onng affections. Their mother, a beauti ful Florentine, was won from her sunny home by the fond idolatry of Theodore Southmnyed, an American traveller in glo rious Italy ; who forgot temple and monu ment, sculpture and painting, in the intel lectual loveliness of his worshiped Fran cisca Di Alti j and as he hore her home ward he felt a prouder joy than if all the inanimate treasures of that tomb of art had liepu ,his well won trophies. But she was like a transplanted flower, she drooped in ourclimc ; all the fond solicitude of love, a love such as few men have felt for the gift ed and beautiful, proved vain to shield and sustain her ; before little Hanna...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 June 1843

" Prom the Boston Post of Wednesday. Wiv.t. f.f.vi.mnK nr Vm. G. Oloveh. thavouna man charncil Willi a felonious as- sault. wilh. intent, See, on Miss Eugenia K. Austin, at East-Boslon, on the night of the IWh.ult. MIh Austin having so far recovered from tier injuries, nA to be ahlo to givo a connected account or ih'o dreadful assault committed on hr,he was yesterday brought into the Judged room to testify, but alio was still so feeble as to require ihe support of hcrfalhcr and Physician Who rather carried than ted her along. That wch a respectable, nnnable. accomplished lovely and lady-liko young woman should have heea reduced to audi a pitiable condition by the savage ferocity ol a man, wiiimi tno bo som of a clvllincd community, almost, defied belief. Hut such Is the atrocious fact Th-n examination was had before Ins honor JuJze Merrill. The prosecution was con ilucted by K. O. Austin, city attorney, and J. C. t'irk appeared (or the prisoner, who listened to the evidence with pro...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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