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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1837

IPP"T' -Tiflow "r ' ; -' r i f - l . ' M tl . ' - g - ' '"" ' '" t''1'-' VI'.'.. '""' m " li1,"-", ' I ii.ii.uj, i iiimii ii 1. 1. i i m M - rlIJJL.. ' N 'lEMOWT P H IE X I X. -V VOL. III. BRATTLBBORO, Vt. MARCH 3, 1837. ' - T NO. 26; VERMONT F 1KB IV IX, Pulili'licd every FrlJuy Morning, by' ffll, E. ItYTHFt. pflee No. 2 Hull nulltllnfrt nearly opposite Chn-e'i r(rniTa linglo utucriber Two Dallam o.yw Tl)M,mi-iclwuOrcceiOlholrpnpc,rt. M l,,;i,m crT n:inr ilticonttnuetl lintll 11 ;,,,, BrepMd.cxrcplMlheoplIon of jhcpuWtW. -''? . I !l 1.. tiwf.nnif4 ill- llinv will nnl Urueriiy nun r- i j - feie nltcntioii. ,cp.timlorJOn PRINTING neatly extent i t .hort notice and on moderate' term-. From the Uullimore Monument, MISS BI5FOKE TERNS; Mamma willymi le ,0"'Pre,J'iV i;nln nrnr on inv breatli i "!-. ,M mamma cl-are.l if n!; To cut a little bit of.etwe, Jintery little bit J Sweet bread wilt cat m nico with it. I'm grown too largo to lie coriied To-morrow, Ma, may'iit I lio mnrriedl "Come He...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1837

the Secretary of the Treasury, that tho a-. mount of bank capital has increased, aince the veto onthebank charter, from two hun; dred millions to three hundred millioSjnn incrcoso of fifty per cent, and that the cir culation hus increased in the samo ratio, via. from etcthfy millions to one'h'undred and twenty millions I concur with tho.Scnutor from Virginia in tho position, thnt.po state, of things is more, cnlatnitous than that which accompanies a declino in the circulating medium of the countryj and the degree of distress is in proportion to tho rapidity pi such decrease; while, on the other hand, tho prosperity of o country is never at least apparently greater than while tho amount of its currency is on the increase. But does any man suppose that this, can continue? Can any reflecting man persuode himself that twenty-six distinct and independent States, looking each one to its own separate interest, will exercise such forbearance ns not, to add bank to bank, and increase the pap...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1837

nvpninir. after hearing all S""" . ..tl nnll Alio wif.lL'SS. v"" j " , . iW , , oi, crtmrnitleca . j Ahnirmuii wl " -i ! introduced by Mr Lano of In .Land ordering him to be dis- i The resolution Lion.nember8,witt one or two ox- tJ"U - .!....!.. Tlin fillM 19 1 tL.tilnri ... rv rev ium Ulyin regard to Whitney, yet the ... was plainly seen, was opera unr and was likely to contin- mm- , .i in fPKiri ore II was iiiHiiHi. j so. ""- .. : r.irihpr. ccrnroittecs of examination arc inteiy .v..U mora mail l nu unuuiim-tu qw :..i. ii m,te somo important uevetop . i -r..l .U! tmontr trie wonucriui 1111110 , liffht is tho correspondence be Whitney ana scvemi u, Thatbetween mm anu uiuuuuiiig j.;. .aid lo bo particularly interest- -.i-rt..u.f mrrns. in several leuers. f iI.m Hcnnsitt's. on account of i i.tiM.ii ititari iinnii mi liiiiii tannic uuini - i -nho were to be more ireeiy accom l-il. nnns WIHIllCV uiutllica lliu ... m itnmn inn u in. .w ..,,. matter I refer you to n letter of . L tiCni i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1837

Ilarrnh t Jfartjtki fi. Laughing lore. "T-IurfA!ihurrVh1iragghrn.Jive, ,, X fig lor, ihose who sigh " Hurrahl hurrah! for the bounding heart,. And the bright and sparkling eye! ' There's care enough to darken 'still Life's path where'er we roam; The melancholy brood not o'er The festive board at home. Hurrahl hurrahl &c. .The stately form the hauty brow, ' And tho cofd, majestic air, , , May awe tho slaves, who worship them The pomp they cannot share. But the smilo thnt parts the rosy lips, And the look of artfess glee, That speaks this warm and cheerful heart, Oh, that's the love for met Hurrahl hurrahl for laughing love, A fig for those who sigh Hurrah I hurrah I for the hounding heart, And the bright and sparkllngseyol Prom ilio New England Fnrmer. Notices relative to Bket Suoaji. The friends to the manufacture of this Su gar, will find prudence, caution and skill as . indispensable lo success, ns enterprise and industry. Chantal. in his observations on this manufacture, stat...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1837

V MM M X T oi. in. BKATTLEBORO, Vt. MARCH 10, 1837. TggS5' 'gBggsggBgggaaagaMBM NO..J7. w at. b. RYTiie n . . ...-iTa iisl ulcr!ber Two Dollar yrwr. 1 . . l.. ihrir nnneri nt the ftmf I. l.nmaoie "'"."" i . . I.. ... !rT No oaperuliconlinucu until n I'"' .i ....... i ni ilmnntinn of the nuMilhcr'. L'L,rili m.iil mast be poil-pald or lliey will not .tl.nfion. Wn " . . . n... .nihil"! .1 - Ir-pAII UndJof JUI1 ruin i ncMiij cxcrui nnil on moilcriiie limn. ilinori From the Wcicliter Spy. A. TAIiE OP TltUTH. observation that "truth is stranger illustrated hv tho fnl :.iinrv ft since by a lady well acquainted with he parties. At her request Wo suppress t BameS 01 IH0S3 cuiltumtu unu guuniiuw Many years ago two friends, Edwnnl nninr and George Belden, resided in .Uniiv a Ciittskill in tins state. I ney r " J . i . .i . . i i l. i heen educated ni me same ecuoois, nnu Un to maturity in the same neighbor and at an early ugc had married ana Monadioiniitc farms. Here, however, I narallel betwe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1837

la VERMONT FUOBNIX HHATTLGBORO, Vt. Friday Momlnff, March 10 837. I1VAI1GUK AT, . AABREif delivered at WeinhingtH Mlhe AtMarchi By VrMident Vh Bare. 1 T he IwAtioonAL AnonES. We have made an effort to lay .this important document before our readers thU week, to the exclusion of con siderable other mnttcr designed for this num ber, and it will be found, in another column. We bave no time nor Bpace for comment. We will only say it displays considerable inge nuity, and in a word, it is characteristic of the author. Congress adjourned at UA past 1 o'clock on tho 4th. Tho bill which in effect repealed the Treasury Specie Order, was passed by an over whelming' majority in both houses, but Presi dent Jackson determined to tho last to pursue liia rninnllA exneriment. suffered ft to bo smoth- eredby not returning it to Congress, and It of course is not a law. 1 no majority was so large ho did not daro to veto it, lest it should be repassed. This is one of the most high handed acts of usurpat...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1837

'2 Mr Webster, from tho s" finance to whom was relorwij Luleeon F nance , referwU IfcT rLnDrlcd a joint resolution di- Stf'?5 T Secretary of the TrensuryUd -set-count between tho United States tfeBank. on tho terms Mated in th " ,1 which was rend twice rind orders jTRsrossecl. and the correspondence ihi. Secretary of tho Treasury and ii lp Various amendments were pro llbv different members, for Introducing r f:..i. which nave rise to much dis- rand 'which were severally- rejected. Ljiioh, ana TuKbDAY, Feb. 28, c.iTs The President laid before the sts f,nm tli President elect. sint- Me VWV "u " "n(v to hike tho oath '"5 V.iA his entering on the duties of Ins preiious to his emt r iom " . ... nnr nnrl in such a man- nck. nisucu - IriutnC Denaiu ii. ri aF CATION AND DISTlttnUTlON BILL. ",T i.i.i. dm Sinnto nroceeded to Atom! ocmtu , ,i , Jsiderthc House Bill, making nppronria- IV-. for certain loiiincauons, c- mm iu Son being on the amendment reported he Committee on Finance, to strike ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1837

THE FAftfaEIl. . . ,Ldt moriied block-heads roll in wealth, Let proud fools strut In state My hands,my llolnestead, and my health, Place ma ribovo tho great. 1 Never fawn, nor fib, nor fain To please old Mammon's fry Hut independence still maintain Of all beneath the sky. Thus Cincinnati at Ins plough, With more true glory shone, Than Ctesar with his laurelled brow, His palace and his throne. Tumult, perplexity, and care, lV.f A r lull. I nmliiliilll'a lilt . . , ... -j Jicso intruders never dare turb my peaceful cot. fcl ff.illf fnip finrit1 fn( T finit ,jjrViviaf. ifi.ti (fftt fit'iiiiuvkiiuv V" What tnonarchs nuver can Health, anA tranquility of mind, Heavidi's choicest gift to man. Wonderful, if true. T.he Philadelphia! 6tfh'"l?trTif1 ' I TPiilrA NntW.Ot. . U. States Gaielte cBtitams tl) followine, in I . ,, twi,rrr,vnxr.K tltlNT connection with a Hotife of'a lecfufb bv J. HP"? subscribers wish employ a number X " 7 hTwr. Vnd an- . . , .., , , ,' , ou o experience agcntsio ODiai...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 March 1837

'Tf WM,MMwwlw,,M"MMn'-M- w ' ' V -mi KM B(EIIX iou in- BKATTLEBORO, Tt. MRCH 24, 1837. NO. 29. For tlic Vermont Phtrnlx. Oar National Clinrnctcr. I actively progressing in the South, even in I For the Vermont Pho-nix. our nation's cnnital. in th It n Mtyd.tM.kk.1 j 1.1 t - i . . am! ih i ti i S y , P' 5C-" S?' ,f 1 lM 8at ani be&8cd ns yu nre I vcan. But while losing flesh un- cts ii. PniTon. You will novo tno Kind- der t es of fnnsnniriitniiii nA it , M.I I i.vttch i. . .H-nai biiiiiua Wert: iii'nin in rr n i uuii u, t - ; . . . . i, . o - " w I i vi a vuruciuus appciHCi (111 thi joyed in common. And in this thev are not . I l0Vc no other means of trainihir mv liv were ncrform,.,! I U ,L.,u.:... functions III nitlcn a W permit me briefly to speak my un- inmscepding the untold cruelties of the for- Thcr,V8n 'ruth more thoroughly tested so alaurd as hv i r. ... V niT' 'Arn vnn 1nmo7' M.i,l" ' i f -6"'iv, ..... o J I - " UU.UW li'n. p.m.. Int. . . .. 1 . "... piiirsi smni anncar: ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 March 1837

LliGlSIjATimii Ol' VHKMONT. IIOUSU Or ltCPIIF.SBNTATIVES, November 15, 1830. fT $ The Select Conimittco of fourtecncoiislst lii"of one ineinberfrom each County, to wit: Messrs. FiteliyCahflcld, Burgess, Kellogg, Ed ion( Brewster, Sanforil, Fairbanks, Clough, t?t(toli, lliclttnohd of Derby, Howe of Lunen burg, Adams of Grand Isle, and Cady, to wliom was referred tlio memorial of certain in liabitaiits of Tlietford, remonstrating against li censing(lhe sale of ardent spirits, and sundry oilier memorials ontlic same subject, made the following Hcport, which was ordered to be laid on the table, and five hundred copies printed. A. L. MINER, Clerk. HE POUT. Tb the House of Representatives : Your Committco to whom were referred sundry memorials, praying that tho traffic and manufacture of anient spirits may bo interdicted by law, respectfully report: That they have endeavored -to give tho subject ns signed them for consideration, that dolibur ulo and careful examination which its ac knowle...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 March 1837

4a r" n..u 'hi of SaturcUv. Mch 18. ' , rrnnv. i... mrniniT exhibited n scene of . hii disturbance in the First Word King St. Patrick's day, 'a ,h8 7mffcd images were found in the ? USd indifferent part, of the orn'"S . ' .... Kn mnccted. manv of -ana " 4 u;t,i;. ''ith residents among u "" i... .i,ir rnnsidered to DC an act f and insult levelled at them and w. Th linaires. cot un ov mis- irK,vs aided and encouraged by J'00' A...,, nnd evil disposed men. . ..Mtmn cause, the insulting1 provo- ' so far as the Irish were concerned, of '...i.nM which followed. Some of pr vocation, and attempted with " L mill intrn nnn hflnr he ,m3CCS. in una lui-jr ntumioi' Uirmninr of sumlrvnunr ma hence nit . r , .'i . rnrned on with brickbats .ijnuicu ;" - . , . tuiU lerrainaicu in some and windows, and some r hu" " . r,A flStS. in r oors , tTiaes and severe beatings to the com- S!aKs on 1)04,4 sides. tonrse of the nffray; somo who "' ..a9 nnff ihrt frovn n r " Art hi. tnu Inch in iD, were iuii.M ...w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 March 1837

MISCELLANY Prom die New England t'litracr. Fiiovipknok, Feb. 11, 1837. Sir. I perceive that you seem to recom mend 'tho use of Potatoes in making Bread, It is I presume, lor economy, for no porson would use them for nny other purpose, in preference to (lour. It should not bo for gotten thnt ten ounces of flour will, with n little yeast, and a due quantity of wntcr, mako lS ounces of bread, and that water is cheaper than even potatoes. If the bread be so made as that the moisture of the pota toes supplies the place of water, in the pro duction of dough, you will lose all the bread which would have been produced by tho use of-water. I have known potato bread made with a total loss of the potatoes, and yet heard n great boasting of tho economy of tho proceeding. Will the black corn produce ns much as the blue or white, if planted both of them as they should be, three feet by 15 feet? Its earlier maturity is in its favor, but not so much as the loss of one fourth of the crop j for in Ne...

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 1837

If H .4 f PATTLBBOftOi VttWi 7, 1837. NO. 31. B1' .. r- I lt.rnSni.. IiV Iff 31 - if .lit. Tlni Idin?, nearly opposite Chasc'a iito Ilnuse. t-1' j Ilnn.n -i- ...li.i-riliars' ,lucriuon"Two Dollars a year, Lpiiei wm. dl,con,nocd u,l ar- hjear. uj .i.-onilon of the publisher. ldrepi.""' . n.na:aor llffcy will not t mention. ...... ., , ,lVh..lofJOU BUATE DRINKING. Ttibol drop," tlie fatWr Mid, .. ft 1 l tMntt A Work Cut little "m ' . t ..- i,S. mill tbsft IT"'? i n. Jroo" that liircdfwhcn . 's Scnrcol!p,ai'i'f-,ll,cr',nainc' rlinteaaW' appetite Deep In his mum it:. I ni a drop," the comrade cried, a truant srhool-lioy tone) .It did not hurt us in our robes, It will not now were grown. AnJtliey Jrank llie mixture up, Tli.it reeling joulhful band: i'orcaih l"d learned to loie tins taste, From ln nil fillier' hand. Ti hot a drop," the husband ald, Wliilc hi poor wife Hood by, In famine, grief, and Innelinen, AnJ rais'd tit imploring err. . 'Tin but a drop, I'M diink it still Twill neier ...

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 1837

VERMONT PHflGIVIX. BRATTLED OHO, Vt. Friday aiorntngr, April T 1837. Umited State Hank. The committee ap pointed -by the House, of Representatives of Pennsylvania to investigate the manner in wluci" this. Institution obtained its charter, in their report, entirely acquit the last legislature and tKc bank of any improper conduct in the premises. So much for one of the stories about the corrupt influence of the Dank. Pro bably thit committee was bribed I - Lickhbe Laws. The committee of the ;Maino Legislature, to whom was referred the subject of prohibiting by law the sale of ardent spirits in that state, have made a very able re port, accompanied by a bill, making it a penal otTence for any person to sell less than 38 gal' Ions, except apothecaries and physicians. The subject has been referred to the next legislature and the bill ordered to bo printed in all tho pa pers in the state. 'The Portland Mirror says, "Tho Report embodies an affecting and in Btructivo history of laws regulat...

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 1837

pAitTIIQUAKE IN PALESTINE. fyiier from Mr Chassoband, tho Britisb I1. . in .... T- OX IOOT unsuir datca ucyruui, ..uh. m, -iw fiir: I havo a most painful tas MDcrform that of announcing tho deaths 1 oar much esteemed friends, Mr and Mrs J ha Leyy- of San'cl' nnd 1,10 ffrcntor Parl f their family. This horrible catastrophe n ace on Sunuay mo isi insi. mie in in H.V - I iL.iaIi IiAlnrA annent tt'linn n tnrtt ,io!ent shock of carthfjunko destroyed the lj l Saffiit. Tibonus. and ninny of tho ...nNnr vil aires, to which our much la Lied friends, Mr and Mrs Levy, nnd tho neater part of their family, fell victims, with tout i hundred other Israelites, and as nut Chritlians and Mussulmans, at Battel ,l without including tho great many per- tons mortally wounded or maimed, nnd ,toc who were dug out of the ruins, eight or icn days after, alive, but starved, and in a dvinJStatc. aucn an ii)(;iiiink ouenu is eei' j'om to to met with in the annuls of history, ,nd my heart fails mo in attempting ...

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 1837

1 I the sight of our toblo would make a dyspeptic feel hungry. My wife has n knack of making I T HVotrvtlio-NcwVurk Slur t ' r. : i linl hmirrrv. HAltD TIMES MADE iwx. j . ti Tho clean white JamcGoo& morning, Thomas, I lmvo not tabc cloth shining with tlio gloss of thesmoth Been YOU for on ago oeiorc; uu u vUU ....... ago to keep your hend above water these hard times; for I am pretty near being drowned, I ing iron; the white, earthenwaro plates wnoso I . it i i ........1 ..Mill If Imba libn Ulaing is ponsneu oy mu iuwci mi.n ... a cont of class, and the brightly cleaned knives tcllyou. r,n.Ttnv and forks laid besides them, set oil n uuio nt aVkoMflt Why, James, my wire and I make ft)r n k, ,0 gU down t0 As soon ns I come nut tn swim along, though it requires a good . MBri? ,.- jn ti10 middle a dish of smok- nf cure and management. . . r,.,,i:n,1 mUr-a. licrlit as ft feather, and Jamet Uarc ana management, wun. "" ,a(,ed n delicate bcautilul brown, and men ""i - o ,t,.u nl rrnnr...

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 1837

VERM NT PH4ENII. fo. HI. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. APRIL 14, 1837. NO. 32. For the Vermont riiu-nix. I rami bu nlnrmml nt thnir success, nr nnrrrv 1W I... T .1 . ., . . ' . - . hik liui ruB, i suppose mut nenner you nt their prospenly ( Why should so many I" M.,.-n!n. Ilir RVTHEK. or the numerous and intelligent readers of of the time honored facility, without faithful Yi '1 ' your highly valuable periodical, wish lo see ly ennuinncr. nlacc themselves in a hostilo v , Huildinu, nearly opposite Clmie, its pages directed to on unprofitable contro- position, arid draw tho sword of persecution Stage House, versyj yePl am urider the necessity of re- ogainsf a system devoted to humanity, which 1,.,-To ii nj'e i"--"--- , v.. '(""'"'s" " '"' Auui iiuiii;i ut me Busuiiiis iiscii wun increasing reputation n i!.;,!-,i until ur- u' curuiiry iuM, conm mcu a icuer irom muisi icn iiiousanuiires Kinaieu lor its im " P.u'Xo' wSaS, Dr- J- W"g'. of Rlontpclier; and if molution. How is it (hat tho diplomatic ;....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 April 1837

A VOICE FROM OLD MASSACHUSETTS. Tho Whig members of the Legislature of Massachusetts, together with delegates from such towns us had not sent Whig mem bers, held a Convention at Boston on the 1 5th jMarch.-nt which ED WARD EVERETT was recommended ns rt candidate for rc clcctionlo tho office of Gdvernor, and Geo. Hum, for Lieut. Governor. - At this Convention the following, among other patriotic resolutions, were unanimous ly adopted : Resolved, By tho Whig members of tho Legislature of Massachusetts, assembled in Convention this 15th day of March, 1837 Thul there is nothing in tho present posture of public affairs, cither of our Country at large, or of our own Commonwealth in par ticular, to induce tho Whigs of Massachu setts to pause or fuultor in their exertions us a party ".every thing, on tho other hand, to urge them on to renewed and rcinvigor atod efforts : and that wo como to tho work of our Annual Organization with unabated attachment and unwuvenng devotion to those great Co...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 April 1837

LATER FROM ENGLAND. By the packet ship Sheffield, Capt. Allen, files to the evening ol tne mn, ana uwct .jf tho 12th. The Cotton market had again receded. The London Money iYiarnci, nowover, was easier ... . , mi., pnch Ministry nave met with a . f... :n (hu Chambers of Deputies, in the iection of the Disjunction bill as it is call- ..liich they had declared necessary to t safety of tlio King and the State. The tad of iho bill was to direct that all indi- duals conspiring to bring about the over- thiotf 0f iho UOVcrnmoni uy iorto unu uriua, shouU bo tried by uoun i nm m. m. uu ,j.,ir..,l that ho considered the provis i' . f iIip bill as an utter subversion of Uial forms, and even or justice itself. The la' was rejected on the 7th of March, U a majority ol two. 'iru Ministers, it is said, have expressed tkir intention not to resign, inasmuch as ihev count on a majority m their favor in the Chamber of Deputies on all other questions. Letters from Paris of the 9th of March, howevei sta...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 April 1837

Nothing Frnm llio (.ciienic I'armrr. : is kciicnth the nttcutlon or it Great Mini." 'l'liia short sentence Is inscribed over the door of the small building in Hollnnd, which was rtricc the woikshop of Peter the Grcnt; and furnishes more, than volumes of common de scription and history could do, nn insiglit into the character of tho man who raised tlio Mus covites fiom the deepest barbarism to the rank of civilization, and laid the foundation ofan ex tent of which the world seems as yet little able to comprehend. One of the most fatal errors to which men nre subject is the disposition to treat email things with contemptuous indifference; forgetting that great things arc but an aggregate of small ones, and that discoveries and events of the greatest importance to the world enn bo traced to things most insignificant in themselves. Nothing more truly marks nn original mind, and stamps its possessor as a truly great man, than the seiz ure of circumstances which would pass unno ticed bv t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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