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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 January 1840

) 6 Q Si NOT THE G L O It Y OF C JE S A It T T 11 E WELFARE OF HOME. FKIBAY, TANliAR.Y 3, 1840. BY II. B. STACY- VOL. XIII No. 654 Tur.'nAY. Dec. !M. At 12 o'clock this Prmnlniii oftlic United States delivered to both House of Con gress l lip. following MESSAGE. Fellow Citiztns if the Senate, nnd House of Representatives : 1 regret rhnt 1 cannot on this occasion congratulate you Hint the past year hue been mc of unalloyed prosperity. The tnvnEPf f fiffi o'"1 dicaec havo painfully i.fllictcd otherwise flourishing portions of our country, and serious embarrassments yot dcronge the trade of many of our cities, 'lint, notwithstanding these adverse circum Monccs, that general prosperity which hos been heretofore bo bountifully bestowed upon ushy the Author oi'ull pond, t-tiH con tinues to call for our warmest gratitude. Especially have wo reason lo rejoice in tho exuberant harvests which have lavish ly recompensed well directed industry, nnd given to it that sure reward which is vainly s...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 January 1840

formed, run through all lite mode nrkpepinj Iip ptiblininoapyili.it li un born hitherto in uc, and w. iiUii.iKiii.uihy mi nRir.iv.imi ,iif.r...,V.i oi I lIulVi III II bllilil' lIllDlljll llll! I'f 1 1 II i II I (if pteiv todeni, Mini r.iiiiiol ilii'infnio ho nn-fnlly rrfencd to n ,i li!l "I nil' ciiiiipir.uno fiiii'iy nl culler. Aililitmn.il iiifnrin illun will iibo be fiinii.-linl bt the ipiioi I nf ilie fcoiptiiiv nf lli liPii'iiiv. I" ln" ply In ti r.i'l nude upim ili.il nflirci liv ilic lio'ie (il ipprrncntiities nl Hip. List spmiin, ipqtui nig lie ui'cl iiifni m.iliim mi dm oulijrcl (i I ilcf.uilla In public, nll'ireis nr nip-pis imilrr p.uli Oflmiii i-f titioit fmin 17S0 lo 1S37. "I'll is document will be cub milled in von in n few tl.it . Tlie cciicr.il resnli (hulpppnilriil nf die pnjl ollirp, which is kept pep tiniteiy. mid will b staled by h-elf,) ?n f.ir in diet' bear npnii '.hi? subject, me lli.it l lie lose.s which have been, nnil urn hkelv In be, mjtaincil by .111 cI.i...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 January 1840

I to posterity iin ndrqunto return for the comtVr's uhchtho labors of t hoi r limit!. might otherwise have nocurr i'. It in hot by 'lie iitcro-Mo nf tine debt 'hat relief f m be nought, but hi i' il ni'iui ioii. Upitn thl pom', there i, I nm happy to sny hope li fnriMw: iH't o innch in Hie return of CM.fuh'nc" nb'ond. wh oh will enable the ptiiica i.i burrow ni t i iii'ini'Vt'ix in n I'lnnu'c of public leolitig nt hnmi', vvlncli prntutUs nur people to I'niHP in their career, anil think of ilio nifiiiH by winch (loots nrc to bp pntd, before they oro conlrncici). If we would (ennr embarrassment, pnl) lie and private, ivp nitiit censo to run in debt, except fur nhji ctrt of necessity, or Mich ns wi'l yield n certain return. Let the fnilli of (lip Stolen, corporations, nnd intl ;viltin U", olrendy pledged, bo kept with the m'it punctilious regard. It is duo to our nntlonnl character, n well as to justice, llml this should on the part of ench he n fixed principk' of conduct. Hut it behoo...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 January 1840

It link' P. intn t in rn. rAMtl?-'fmMfflR ..liiMirn nl'llm Milisr.rl. L!A Wi'Cflr Iut on or ntmut tho Id ill t?cil ciniinr lal, nnu ....I n...l ...I.,l II. .v.. OL'2iw3)v- supposed Id lio ubout 2 years old, huge size, sboil horns, with n long I nil, lliu owner i.s requested to provo property payuhaiges unci taku Iter iiwny. m. is. Berkley. Millim. December 10. llUtl. m a g m sr b rfl II I'' sub-cribu's request i imii t'fl m o JL payment, on till d'.'bls linn f n id linn 'I'd prevent misappri'henstun hprpn'ter, wv wimld soy. distinctly, tlini m r nhj"ct is, l" sell principally for cady rusk mid uhurp credit li. given, witliinil n t-ifc ifl'wJ limi' payment 16 iiDifor ml v expected winm palled for. X. LOVFA.Y if Co. Burlington, Dec 20. 1 1130 For Christmas. ARLEY'S MUSICAL HISTORY, 2 vols, lor puli; Iiv P n-c. so o Goodrich. To Musicians. a o CANZONETS ; music ond words by llisimp Hopkins, just published by 20 O Goodrich. GOOD clean Iiv..' (ii'i'm Feathers, nnd 30 iMi ds green solid B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 January 1840

NOT THE GLORY 0 F C JE S A It HUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. 15. STACY. 1'ioui llie New York American. LOVE'S LAH0R LOST. 1 nit within llio Uslilnl room, Hondo ilia lovely, blue ejfd B'i,r And prnltcd lier hamlkcrch icf'rf ei linnr. And called licr Imo, nd dove, mid l.nry ; 1 pr.ii'cd her, (ill her he.itl's low tiU ltupokc Liho'k soft, unchecked 111I11131011, 1 pr.ii.cd her, fill her downed eyes, And fuelling bosom spake confusion. inld her lliiil Love's (lower crew Alike in piintcly court mid hovel, mid her 1 h.idjml rend through, Sir K. L. HuWvcr'x List now novel ; And lh.il llio love the hero felt Tor her, his lender chnrieh'd lilo'fom, V.im not t in, cuuld ueer moll, Like th.it which wanned my truer bosom. 'j praised India's sun mid sky, f Ih moonlight songs, iiii l mazy dances, And told her with 11 sigh 1h.1l 1 VVorh1i'd ils w.ir-mles mid romances ; I rpr.Ue ol him llie l.esnimi unigni, Ol Anthony the Roman lover, Ol'him who in the diikosl night, Tim H.illeipont swum threo tim...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 January 1840

F II 1 1) A V JIOHNIN (I, JAKUAUV 10. foii pukkjdent, WM. HENRY HARRISON vcn rnr.aiii:.NT. JOHN TYLER. CHITTENDEN CO. MEETING. Pursuant to (ho invitation of ilic commit' tec appointed by the citizens of Burlington Bnd tho county cmnmitlro, tho WIiirh of Chittenden county, nnd ut hort opposed to the measures of the ndininiHtrotion of the general government, convened nt Burling ton, on Wednesday the (ir!t dny of Janua. ry, IH40, at (en o'clock in the forenoon. The convent inn was called to order by Hon. Neman Allen, who nominated Hon. VVm. A. Griswold as President pro tem pore. Mr. Griswold took tho chair and on motion of Mr. Cooper, of Richmond, Edward A. Stonsbury was chosen Sec rotary pro tern. On motion, the following named gentle men were appointed n committee to notnU nalc officers of this convention, viz. John Peck, of Burlington. Amos B. Cooper of Richmond, Ezbon Sanfurd of Williston, Asahel Nash of Shelbum, David Cools, of Charlotte. On motion, the following named gen tlemen,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 January 1840

thu exercise of its legitimate- functions, to check that enormous and profligate wnstu ill' public treasure by which the t.nrlv HOW III l)0Vr UfU ! Ill PO V OT IS ll - ing inc nuiion i" ui"""'" "'"ii iieccndancv. and I" rciluco thu patron ngn nntl in'fluenco of thu chief executive oflicur, so that hu shall not without the iiiiinu nntl prerogative, ynt exurcmu thu tiilwinniiiil unworn of n Itintr : and H is time fur those who lovu rutioiinl hhurty, freedom na diminished from unhridleil license, and limited, defined and sustained by lawn. which lolcrntu no inlringumcin. io giro theinsplvus to n contest, upon whoso issue depends ihu fate of our country for long years, if not forever. The coalites of I he Tories aro delusion, cor rupt ion, violence, mid fraud. Thou delusion? must he met by the diffusion of light, their corrupt inns, by exposure, and by convincing all who have a a voto to give, that I ho palli of duty H.tho pnlh ol interest : their violence, by firm temperate and determi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 January 1840

TROUT PLACE, Clinlnn Count i. JV. Y., FOR BAliB. nni Z A0I1IW nl good iirnlilo meadow jLKj J O nni pasture land, siluulpd nl Hip turnpike gale on lire Mililnry turnpike, in Clinton coniily. "ii which tlin I n vo r 11 nml buildings at the Gate are siluoted. A large nnd commodious I arcm house bos recently been elected There is n lilt"? (jtinntity of Timber on the land; cue Saw mill iind other mill privileges. The Inn Ohazv river runs through tlio .'and. All tho buildings-nt the gate are on the liuitl, and there ih quite ti tmmbcr of ncm I'lpfiroil iiiiiihI cull ivatcd. Any one wishing to purchase can enquire of t tic subscribers nl I'lnt i-sUu rrrh, N. V. L MY HltS, G. M. BECKWITH. November G, 3ni rr-; BROKE into tlio on. usuro of ilic subscri- fij5" 'ii ' her un or about tho 1st fftVBT "I September la-l, one S?Vi.iafc.'-;jiOr?"'"?A supposed to bo about 2 years old, large size, shot l horns, with u long tail, tlio owner is requested to provo property puychaigcs and tuku hor away. M. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 January 1840

NOT THE GLORY OF CASAll HUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. FD5II5AY, ,AftEJAS2Y 17, 1840. VOI,. XITI No.65G 'wMmiwii'" mwa iMUWIWI STANZAS. On visiting a tccnc cf childhood. ' I came lo il.o ph'n- ol my l.iill. nn.l said "The friend (,r niv ..wli, l"n nre llie) 1 nn-1 cclm nnseied Wlirie me they LonK years li.nl cl.ipffd "-e ' enzrdmi Hie s-rcne, Iiit It m v f.uiO til inl.r.l in ll- li flint"!. ''I i!"'''';1! The n ' l,ri '' " " lm"1, 11,1 W'' ",r" Uy ihf f iitn of ilii! Hii-.il" in llii! l)l"i"ii "I I'" "Mif. t llio'i ofllin f. lends who li.nl loiimM "hli me ill''"1! When ilm -I uiih fo li'tie, mill lln- fliueis- n I in; A II M'.iliru-il, mill hiii'Ihii-.I In innn H.rn mnl nt', And Fiimt! in (lie mill silent uimili nf the "line . t llimiulil nf llio cippm bmk lhat cilflfd mound. Willi wilil-fi'iurif, Willi tucel-bi ior, ami egl-mlme. 1 it.inV.-lii nl'lle. iier. im sliilt-M nml tn 1 t t. As the f.it-i- of llie. tky mi u blue milliner nighl. And I llimiSlii of the trees under ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 January 1840

Rl It" CLAY ANI)JIR. CALHOUN Kr.MATt:, .Inn. 3. 'Phis inomiuj there wis quite nn union tod iliC!i'i"'ii in Hi" Soiuiti! between Mr. ClnyiHiilMr. Calhoun. The latter linil inlrntliiccil his bill to cede Him public lands in the now Slntes, and linil mov-d its rcf-1 orence m tin' CoukiiiHoo mi Public Lauds, before Mr Clny's nrrivnl. Mr C. however took decision In express Iih regret. Hint in disposi'inn had prevented his attendance nl tho iniiiiu'iil when llm bill wns Introduced nnil referred, ns In; linil one or two suggos. Minn lo make, nnil some against its refer ence lo llio committee il linil been ris i jr nutl to i but unless sumo Senator would move n ro-considoroliou of Hint vulc, ho would be denied I hi; nppniluuity. Mr Soiiihord itinPFjdcilolv moved n re consideration, when Mr Calhoun expressed Ins sui prise tlmt the Senator from Kentucky should seek to change in destination, Iho Cum iniitcc named, being, in his. opinion , t he proper one. Mr Clatj intimated there worn many rea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 January 1840

FIMDAY M O II N I NO. JANUARY 17. I'OII 1'HESIDENT, WM. HENRY HARRISON vicr. rnr.siiKNT. JOHN TYLER. TImi n ililTi'ii'iiro nl opininn IidiiI(I exin in a comciilimi nf iIbImim f.nm Iwnily lun Males i-oinnnmin? ibi litem cnnledci ury. i-nii'd ""I I'C iluiiblfMl-fi.irnriiUi Iv "ben iIicii.iiiim.iI Nelislrr, Cl.iy, ll.itrinnii Hinl ftsrnll. "CH" pieccntcil fur 11 dinicr. Il un ilit-ii lli.il I'lirity of ""i' rinil w.n ! iippieeiaicd-lli.u pinilple, nnil nut men ihnuld conliol llie ncunn ol lli.il nofiiiblv. II. II. Itoss' l.cinr. Pihnchm.hs -Ni not Miitf, is an ex pression often used, mid sometimes with out any fixed moaning. It is a republi can boast, and it would bo well if it were always the foundation of republican prac tice. Hut like many other axioms in politics, having their origin in our pecu liar form of government, it is uttered to be abused, and repeated but to be rejec ted. An inquiry into its full import is a more grave subject than may at first be ima gined ; and though it...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 January 1840

QpNow and Splendid Sleighs. TOTAVI-1 now mi Inntl, llm In f rrrst nnd ilM. best n.-ort mctit of Sleighs i- offered in llio Ktntc coinii'i-mu a hnnd- Fomi) variety til one mid two horse p'cnsttrc plcijjh--, of the Inti-i palter mi ntiil tnosl approved workmanship; nl-n. a very nice nrlir.i! of tn kind, 1 p - u t ' 1 nUicn'iirlv fur family imp, one urn! two hi r.'t. Then nloighs arc iriaiiu'netureil of lift rate in n tennis, nnd i hey nro willing iho workman uliip slinoid bi! cnint-iired wiili liny I lung 11 this pint of tlie (jcun r v. Call ami tee Terms of pnvineni uindo easy. 'I'hev hiv nUn n lew new mill second hand UAH RIAGLS, which they will sell cheap. Must kinds of produce recoiv in payment. Shop opposite lliii Amnricau Ilotul, on SJielbiirn street. Burlington. Nov. CO. 1339. . , --J STKONGS & CO., HAVK rrr.rived a larjro finclt, eon' .isiinp of ihe varioil' s'ZP and of the nin?t approved pal t cms of Cooking Slaves together with fi p'ate lin.v Parlor and (Jan. ada plate d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 January 1840

BY II. B. STACY. 24, 1840. VOI j. XIII No. 65 THE PILGRIM CHILD. HV SAMUEL I.OVKH. A mran$Pi' rlnl l, cinn wintrr five, Kitockfil in ii ciiiinj inaide n' door i "A piliiiiiu fluid l S'l'ii' health receive Il.ii U ! how llio mountain liirrenls ro.ir !" Uiil erti ilir limb wm ini'Pil, "r'nibcur !'' filed lilt! pale parent fi mil above , "The l'il'rim Cluli! that's weeping there, h l.ovo !" The Sprinii.tiil name, iinil onro ntjnin, Willi gailaml erimu'd, H IniifiliitiR child Knock M t llits inaiibnV casement pane, And wlinpoiM, "lei me In," and mulled. Till" easement enun win opened wide 'I'lic stai slin in biialu die turner above And Id ! tliu mimleii'K eoneh licsulo Stood Loe ! . ii 1 1 rmilo, and idjlH, mill Umics Biveel, Beuulled !ji ii'f Siiiniiici ' c.n t-(t-ti Iioum j And Autumn, l..iboi'. mils Hi yrenl, Came Cm ill, Willi cum, mid ft ml, and flowers. Hilt wlijf ruiv pair lie- cheek wnli Brief! Why w.ilrlitil she llip bright sluis above 1 Some une hail stole her lie.n l ilie lli...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 January 1840

Hero is a large bnltiuca again'. China, which wn. exported in sperm n follows: To II. Inilia. i. 097,.32 To Kin-laud. 1 035.100 Total specio exp. from chinn 0.052 522 Tim linUnnu nrrninsl. tho United H'-Hos Iins been settled by tho tiso "I bills payable in London, which worn readily negotiable sn long us the balance of trade wn. ogmiist Chinn. In 1 1 1 i trade, iliernforn, opium wn Hm great instruincnl by which it wns conducicd. Thu cultivation nf Mm poppy nnd Hie; manufacture nf that drug hns I hero, fnro been sedulously encouraged by tho IJrilish Hist Indii Company in Us provin. re nf I'nntn, II-Daren nnd Malnwa. nnd tho number of chests lint nearly doubled in t ho last ton years, a. indicated by tho fol lowing inhlo' for n series of years, ending n l ho Olsl March of each vunr: Value of Opium delivered nl Lint in, in China. Jrom II! 10 t 11139 :-- Value in dollars. I,'!I7 KM!! 1!!I9 i r.uo i:i2t tft22 1 l!i24 1 1125 KI'JO 1t!27 1!!2f! HlO.9 1 (130 t!l3l J!!32 i car. 1 113-1 1 !13...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 January 1840

F !l ! I) A V M0 It N I N (5, JANUARY 21. ron lMir.sioENT, WM. HENRY HARRISON vice rnnsiiiKNTi JOHN TYLER. TIIK PUHLIC LANDS. It is extraordinary that tho iiucst'ion of thu public lands should excito so littlo attention. Jt cannot ho that tltoro is any want of interest in tho subject, for tho people of this State are not unmindful of what concerns their interest. Ft cannot ho that the public lands are considered as u small affair, for truly it is a momentous interest. It must arise from the fact that it has not been brought intimately to the knowledge of tho people, and that from this circumstance, they have not a clear conception of it. The history of tho public lands is full of interest, and places the character of the first founders of our constitution on envi able ground. Tho war of the revolution was closed, the first attempts to form a national compact had failed, the pressure that had bound these germs of Slates to gether being removed, the elements of order were dissolving, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 January 1840

JUST Pop in mid see us nil ntu! we will show you how wc do, by nlTcring ynu rinr assortment if Chairs, con pisliiijr in " (,f Curl Mil pic, f i rocmn Surge mill Suta1! Rocking, Cnnitnun nml small Chairs, which wt! will sell on the mint reason Ware Room, oinvnilc Old nblo terms. Dank. Church Street. Also, on hand a few of Living ston's PATENT fanning mills. NELSON & GATES. Burlington, Junuary , 1(140. (3Ncw and Splendid Sloighs. "AVE now on Inniil, the largest rind best nsori mciit of Sleighs over offered in the State comprising a hand some variety of one and I wo hnrso pleasure sleighs, of I he I n 1 1 .-1 pal turns nnd inns! approved workman-hip ; ol-o. u very nice nrlico of Iho kind, designer! particularly for family ie, one and two horse. Their Bluish? are moiin'ootured of first rain ma terials, and i hey are willing Iho workman ship should bo compared with any thing in this part of the country. Cull and sec. Term ol payment inado easy. They hnvo also a lew now and second han...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 January 1840

NOT THE G L O 11 Y O F C M SA II H U 1 THE W E L F ARE OF ROME BY II. B. STACY. FBI BAY, JANUARY 31, 1840. VOL. XIII No.65S From llic lJosloii Morning Post. THE nURNINO Ol-' THK LEXINGTON. JANUARY 13, 1840. Atnnj I lie waters nfthe sniin.l, Quick speed) llie filed h.uk, The uiiMM mi; mnmiing dismally, The night is die.ir ami il.nk, Yet steadily she pnn nn Wlio din'inu of il.iiiser ne.ir 1 A pilot skilled i l the helm The hind's in sii;hl "lii'l fe"! An bundled limp? tins crowded boat Uiit'liniked the cmiised before, Ami men lime Iricil iliirr.l licr now Along a well known shore. Winn wonilcr ihen llie throw; below, I'.ice bee (Iip sneimn hold Letting ihe jojom I.iurIi iro lonnil, Tim iiicriy title be told? Six hours more, iIip.v cry, and then Unr huien we f H see Ob liiilpilid iIipv think era then They'll reach eternity. Wh.it mean i Inn qutv'iinz Rleani on deck, 'I'liat nieeiH the i: tplain'i" eve, Is it n "I.iip irflpptpil llieio As the crew their fire ply .' 'Twixt !niibt ond dre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 January 1840

v i i n a v mmdvivi! KNlllllV ni h UI I) A Y MUltMMI, J A MM II i 81. vor ntusiur.NT, WM. HENRY HARRISON VICE rncsimiNT. JOHN TYLER. fjtWo have copied into another col umn an interesting discussion in tho .Sen ate between Messrs. Ci.av and Camiou.v, on the subject of tlio currency, tho pub lic lands, and the tarilV. Mr. Calhoun ' having recently become tho mouth-piece of the administration in tlio Senate, more than usual importance attaches to what fulls from his lips at the present moment, nnd as the discussion piotty fairly indicates the present position of tlio two parties in reference to the great interests of tho country, we would ask for it the careful attention of every reader. On such a division, how many rclioeting men at the north can be found loside with Mr. Cal houn nnd an administration pledged to such principles? No man need be de ceived on this point. Mr. Calhoun has not joined tho administration without a pledge in consideration ; and if Mr. Van Buren should unfortun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 January 1840

In Sknath, Jan. 1G. By Mr. CLAY, ol Kentucky! From numerous citizens engaged extensively in tho manufacture of mum, paying nu in crenso of duty on fort'iff ti sugars. Also a memorial uf n cnrimiittco of the American SilU fcJncioty, ntkiiifi tlio patron age of Congress in Iho publication & gra tuitous circulutiuii of thu journal of stud 60cioty. In presenting this memorial, Mr. Ci.ay sold, while I inn up I will remark thnt, in my opinion, ihero is hnnlly n product inn hi which this country is engaged which is more unporlnril to bo duly attended loot this lima than that of bilk. As an n r i culturol proilncl it in appropriate to nil pnrls of thu country. And nmnng (he causes which occasioned thu unexampled btntu of distress from which no portion of Ihi-i wido country is exempt, which has increased, is increasing, and J with to God 1 could tee any hope of Us end- nt lent nmonglho foreign causes of thin remarka ble Kl.ito of distress, is unquestionably that of purchasing mi much nhr...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 January 1840

BY LAND, vin. Now Havon, wo Im-c received n Tew doz- bottles of Biy Water. Also, Col'd Cream, Ladies Puffs. Gold Miniature SotHntrs. Gnld L"pinc Wntclicf, &c. &c, nt llio Vnriely S'nre. Pa.MIIIUHN & BlIINfMAII). Jan, tli40. Iliercby give notice tlml I hnvn given my two nn?. 11. M. nnil L. S. Wither, by, their lime, to nd in all things, ns iflliey were of Invvlul ago SILAS WITI1KRBY. Ks?c. Jan. 1. l!M0 Most kinds of .School Books lor sale. Produce of nlnitiist every tl it? cription received in pavmotil, Jan 0. 0. GOODRICH. VERMONT ACADEMY OF MEDI CINE. LECTURES will commence in tins in stitution nn the 2nd Thursday "I March. HMO, and continue 13 uctki. The following nre the professors . Theory anil Prat-tire til .Medicine, Hor nee Green M. D. New Yuri: City. Analomy am) Physiology, Robert Net son. M. I) St. Albans Vi. Chomi-trv nm! Pharmacy. Jameg Had ly M. D Fairfield MedicafCollego, New York. Principles and Prod ice of Surgery, J. llrynn, Philadelphia. Materia Modieu an...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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