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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 May 1866

Hit K VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 535 I860 NUMBER FORTY-EIGHT Poetry T.o Late. BY JOHN INQELOW. Ay. I taw her, we have met, Married eyes how sweetey be. Are you happier, Margaret, " Than you might have been with me Silence ' make no more ado ! I) d the think I should forget T Matters nothing, though I knew, Margaret, Margaret. Once those eyes, fall sweet, full thy, ToM a certain thing to mine ; What they tobl me I pot by. Oh, so careless of Ibe sign. Such an eay thing to tale And I did not want it then : Fool ! I wish my heart weald break. Scorn is hard on hearts of men. Scorn of self is biltir work. Each of us has frit it now, Bloe-st skies she counted mirk, Sdf-betrajed of eves awl brow ; As for nr. I went my way. And a letter man drew nigh. Fain to earn, with loop essay. What the winner"? hand threw liy. Matters not in deserts old 'What was I orn. and waxed, anil yearned. Year to year its Meaning tolJ ; I am come, it- deeps are "earned, Com...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 May 1866

. THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY Q5 1866. CEO. W.-fc C. C.BE.NEDICT. EDITOHS rSOrRIETCRS. FRIDAT MOBNINO MAT 25. 1ECC. THE WEEKLT FREE 1'RESS. Toe Bsbusctox Wizelt Farx raissls r"P lULcd every Fridaj morning, and contains Uie atcstsews; reports crBotton markets ana Cam bridge Cattle Slarlet ; full Bute, County and local intellljence -, well f elected Miscellany. ie No care and outlay will be tpareJ to maic it a re liable, interesting and valuable family jMrcal. The cireaUtlon of the Fbee Tatss exceeds that oranr paper la the region, and It if, therefore, an unrivalled medium for adrertiiere. We desue to Rive additional attention to tbo -anfirGrthe various towns in this and adjoining Counties, In which our WeeMy has a numerous cir culation, and thall esteem It a faTor if oar readers will fcrward ui any Hems orinttreft. Trims oftoe TVejklt Fata rarss per jcar fS In advance, and if not strictly lnwlvance, JJ.SO. Representation and il! llatj-. Tlie New York Timet co...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 May 1866

THE BUKLINGTOjST. Vt. FEEE C-RKSS, FRIDAY IS LOUIS! IISTG, MAY 25, 186G. John Minor Bolts has bent in his plan ol reconstruction He objects to that of the committee; of fifteen. He sajs that it leaves tbe I.'nion men of the south and the State jrovcrnmcnt entirely in the hands of the rebel-, and that consequently in four years ve shall have liardlv a loyal man in the south. He thinks the f.lan will not receive the approval, cither of the President or of the iKjuifitc numlicr of legielaturai, and so will fail. His proposition is as follows : All persons who were over twenty-five jcars of age at the outbreak of the icbcllion, shall he forbidden to hold any ofDre, legislative, executive or jadicial, unless they take an oath that thej have not voliintirily aided tbe re hellion. There shall 1 an absolute rcmiftion of the forfeiture of life, liberty and property for the crimes committed by and under the authority of thoee in relici lion There tlwuld nleo lie fin n.-ith kneiwlcelging sll p...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 May 1866

THE BUKLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY Qo I860. Religious Intelligence. The franklin acd Grand Isle Conference of Conditional chnrcbes will meet at Enosburgb.on VTcdccedaj, June Ctb. There is a powerful revival in progress at Townshend, conGncd principally to the young people in the Academy arjd village. Eiut were baptized last Sabbath awl united with the Baptist church, and many othcru are dreignins to go forward. About twenty hopeful conventions have recently taken place in Veal6ekl, Vt.. and ten or twelve in Lowell, Vt., buth ehurehe bein under the pastoral rare of Jtrv. A. A. Smith. There is coni-rdeiaMc inter ft in h.tb the Congregational and Ilaptia churcli' in Drattkboro. In Wttminter an increasing religion in tirctt has hern prevailing and twenty or thirty young jcojle are rrjuictu: in a new hor. The ioucg llen"i Christian Aasomtion, ofMarrhesttr, Vt., carry Ofi funrehob in that town and olc in Dureet. Rev. G. W. Btilev, late of Lebanon. X II.. lies taken the Pa...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 June 1866

Comtj Clerk i VOL.. XXXCV. N"EW SERIES VOLXII. BUELING TON, VT FRIDAY MOENING, JDXE 1 I80G NUMBER FORTY-NINE Poetry Lien. Xz Infnt en its aether's breast, A bcuncirg b j nt play, .1 youth by tnaidrn fiircirrsspd, A stalwart uiftg with care oppressed. An old dud silver gray I all tf life r.c know, A smite, a tear, A jay. a fear. Ind all is o'tr below ALL'S WELL. DT HARRIET M'tWEX UN BILL. The dav is t aleJ Ere I fink to stop My weary spirit s.eks repose in Tbinc : Father ! forgive my ncpasses, and keep This little life of mine. With loving kiodne. curtain Thou my bed; And cool in reft my burning pilgrim-feet; Thy pardon te the pillow fur mv heat Eo shall my sleep he sweet. U peace with all the world, dear Lord, and Thee, No bars ray seal"- nnwavtring faith can shake; All's well ' whichever side the grave for toe The m ruing light mav break ! I. .11 i c e 1 I a n v . tkophia qim: Vilnius. Said Mr. Jonas Harenrole, looking about aim at tireaklapr, "Ha- anybody recti John Mieling lately...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 June 1866

THEBUELINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 18GG GEO. W.it G. G. BENEDICT. editors and rsorsmoss. FRIDAY MOBNING JUNE 1. 16C6. THE WEEKLTFREE PRESS. Thi Eceusgtox TTiielt Fhze Peiss Is pup llshedevtr' Friday morning, asl contains the atestnerii report! of Boston markets andCarn brldra Cttle Market ; fall EUte, County and local intellljence . well selected Miscellany, ic- fc No care and outlay will be spare 1 to male It a re liable, Intern ting and Taluable fanny journal. The circulation of the Fnrn rarss exceeds that danr paper In the region, and it is, therefore, an nnrivalltj medlumfor advertisers. We desire to give additional attention to the It til ntutct the various town In this and adjoining Counties', In which our Weekly has a numerous cir culation, and tball esteem It a fiver if our readers will ftrttrdlca any Items of Interect. TrEKSOFTnEWEiKLTFnixrBis's per jcir $J In advance, and If not strictly In advance. t?.sn. l.Ieutrnant-ficiicrnl Wlnfirld Srott Gen. Scott...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 June 1866

THE UUllIilNGTOlSr, Vt. F11KE IMIKS-, FRIDAY MORN IKTCi, JUNE J, I860. - - l'onsrcionaI. In tlie Senate on Tuesday, the third sec tion of the Reconstruction resolutions, ais franctising.tbc late rebels until 1570, i stircken out by unanimous vote. The eubsti tutc propjied by tec Republican caucus, de clares ineligible to any office in the United State, or iu any of the States, any late reb el who f jriueily held oSee in the Federal pviterriDiant or executive or judicial office in any State. So amended, the resolutions will j..ubtlefe jits Congress, and make a strong platform before the country. In the House, tic bill continuing tlie Freudmen's Bureau f,.r two years, was priced by a vote of 90 LVS OF THE WEEK HV TELEGRAPH. New York, May 26. The Military Department of North and Suutb Carolina, Courpia. and Alabama, have lieen'alolihtd. North Carolina and South Carolina will contitutc a mw department nn-er (sen. Sickles. Geirnii aniAlibama will form another und r (if n. C. K. Woods.. A...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 June 1866

THEBTJRLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FEIDAY MORNING-, MAY 25 1866 Religious Intelligence. lr.o General Ccr.Tcntiorof CoEregtn.cal sinister, and churches ol Vermont cects a: Jicwbsrj, oa Tuesday, June 19th. The North Western Consociation of Con gregational cnurcbes has been dissolved, and a a nfcrence cf chcrchcs organized in Its stead, styled "The Franklin and Grand Isle conference. Every Consociation in the State has now been chanjed to a conference. The Congregational cbnrch in Wilming ton, Tt., has adopted the one-scnnon-a-Sab-bath system, and deTotcs the forenoon to the Sunday School. Tl.e ieliious interest in St. .Jobnsbury continues The Congregational church and society of Lyndon, invite Rev. Mr. Wells, of Hinsdale, X. II., to become their pastor. .Sir Henry if. Holmes, late of Andover Seminary, was ordained as an evangelist at Lsncnbur, May 11th. The Biptcst anniversaries at Boeton.wliicli closrd on Wednesday, were more fully at tended than cTcr before, and of onuFnal in terest. T...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 June 1866

County Clerk 0mk if . if 4maamm,n. iffllfTiTn mnlf aKlr mrmm mm m mr VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOLXI BUKLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8 I8GG NUMBER FIFTY a-a-" Poetry. fiiotto' Toner. ,. many lives, m-i le beautiful and tweet jjt It-devotion and by self-restraint ,, -f pleasure it to run without complaint 1 10 unlnow n errands of the Paraclete V .st"1? the reverence of unshodden feet, f,:i uf the nimbus which the artiste paint lr und the shining forehead of the saint, i are in their completeness incomplete. In the old Tuscan town stands Giotto's tower, Tne liljr of Florence blossoming in stone V viion, a delight, and a desire rue builder's perfect and centennial Sower, That in the sight of ages bloomed alone. Bat wanting Milt the glory of the spire. II. W. LoxoratLOW. .lllautic Monthly 31 i s c e 1 I a n 3' . .VO'l KY JIHMIT." AX ENCbtSII STORV. In one of the street? of a great northern town, tliere lived, ten years ago. a drayman and his wife. They had no children ; they were rough...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 June 1866

TI-IE BURLINGTON, Vt.FKKI3 l'ltl-SS Friday MORNING, JUNE 8, 18GG. SUltc mjvm. GEO. W.Jfc C.:. BENEDICT. ED1I0BS ASD rEOrBIETOSS. FRIDAY MOBMKL JUNE 8. l&tC. UMON STATU CONVEJTTIOX. The Union Republican Voters cf Vermont are hereby requested to useable in Mass Conven tion, at MoDtpclScr, on Widxtsdat, June 'JOlh, 1KG, at 11 o'clock, A. M., kr the purpose cf nominating Governor, Lieut. Governor, anil Treasurer, and transact any other business that may properly come before the Convention. BUKXIIAM MARTLV. DUDLEY C. DRNISOX. HEXRY CLARK. GEO. II. BIGELOW, JOSEPH POLAND. C. M. STONE. ASA R. CAMP. Mcnpelier, June fi, 16GC Union State Cem'ttcc What will It Amount to i " What will this Fenian business amount to 7" is a question frequently pot nowadvys, It can amount to two or three raids into Canada, of proportions entitling them to be called invasions. One has already been tried, others apparently arc to lie. It can hinuunt to tlic killing of mote or less of tho misguided men who show ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 June 1866

THE BUELINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- JUNE 8, 180G Onr latent Fenian advice, this tTburedaj) xnorning jounce the arret or General Jwwnov, bv onltrr of the Secretary or i sr. e vrae" taken from hi bed, at the Trcoont Hotel, St. Albans, at midnight, by the com mander of the U. 5. forces at St. Albans, and is now hcld'ciwtody by the troope. The main body of the Fenians spent We-i-nesehy night it East Franklin, close to the Line, and cipccted to erc-s into Canada, t!n morning. : President JohnH)n liae issued a I'roclatna mation, dated at Washington, Junc-Gth. irnin; all good citizens ajpinet aiding or t. uiitenancing the Fenians, and couimand uijt C. S. Magistrate acd officers to arrest .-ii lereenie engaged in Fenian expeditions. WooDBurr's Baecuetsr. Mr. II. M. Oaluha, of Jcricrso adveitieeel there instru ments lor sale. Ihtir great advantage over the ordinary mercurial barometer in the case with 'which they can be carried about. A good barometer is dietitian of great use to...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 June 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREE PHKS?, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 186G. Tkiriy-N'inth CongressFirst Sculon. Wasiiisgtos, May 23. Eesate. The reconstruction rtfolution was taken up. The quttticn was taken upon Mr. Johnson'" amendment to strike out the third section which ditfranrhiscs the late rebels till 1870. Mr. Johnson (I)em. Md.) demanded the jeas and navs. and the third section as stricken out bj a unanimous vote. Yeas 46; absent C. Air. liowaru rose to uuct kic ujiu men's to the pendmc reconstruction resoln tions. Thej are as follows : Insert at the beginning of the first section the words All persons born in the United State and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, art citi zens of the United Statis and cf the State where in they reside." If thus amended, the first section would read : . Section 1. All persons bora in the United States and subject to the jar's liction thereof are citizens of tte United States aDd of the States wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 June 1866

8 i. smmwi sari msi i VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOLXI BURLINGTON, VT,. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 15 I8GG NUMBER FIFTY-ONE Poetry The Cermnn Sitnaiinn. cr retscn. Prussia irks a robber, Austria wesa thief ; Prussia awl Austria Stole a Danish Set Prussia taU to Austria, "Leave the sua; aloEe," Austria Mid to Prussia, "When you drep rsur bene." Prussia said te Austria, "You don't mean to go?" Austria aid to Prnssei, "OutofHolsteio? No." Prussia aaid to Austria, - Wherefcre do you arw" Austria hH to Pro, "Of you in alarm." Prussia said to Austria, "I doe't mean to fight." Austria slid to Prussia, ".Wy intention, quite." Prussia tai l lo Austria, "Drop your warlike gaat." Austria aaid to Prussia, "When you do the sitae." Prussia aaid to Austria, "What's the end to bet" Atwtrk aaid to Prnusia, "Ilit me, and you'll tee." Prussia, aaid to Aavseris, "Come, thU brag won't do." Austria id to Prussia, 'Sir, the same to you." Prussia aaid to Austria, "I'll the Met try." Austria aaid to I'riiaaia. "Thank...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 June 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING JITNE 15, 186G GEO. V. 4: C. C. nii.N EDICT. rniroRS asr rsorraKroas. FEIDAT MOBKING Jl'N 15. 1HC Tne Brs!.:sCTOx TTixklt For rotas i pnb lUlied every I'jliaj morning, and contains the latest news i reports ef Boston marie ts and Cam btilre Cattle Market , foil SUte, Coscty and local mtelliseocc : well selected iliicelltrr. At, e No care and outlay nill be spared to mate it a re liable, interrs tics ami valuable fam&t journal. Tie elrculition tif tie rata Press cxeeedf that cf anv paper la the region, and It ta, tb'refcT. an ccrivaHed medium for advertisers. We desfir to pirt addltiotal attention to the &i?trt of the various tcxas In taf an 3 adjoining Cocntiea, to ihidi our Wtl; has a numeroai cir culation. ni ibl esteem It a tiro? if oar readcn Till forward as any Items ofinttrclt. 31 r. Morrill7 Declination. lln. J S Moebiix, M. C. in tbe card which wc puMith below, announces briefly and rseefallj hie determination not to be ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 June 1866

THE BURJL.INGT03S:, VtFREE PRKSF, FRIDAY MOTUSHjSTG, JUNE 15, 18(50. VK-OX ST VTE CONVENTION". ' Boston, Jane 9. j war tent 150 men ashore to assist nJi-nt Tt.nnb!ican Voters of Vermont arc ! -V srcl3l Washington despatch to the gutshins the flames. . r. urarcucrsija me Richmond Times eavs the ! in cxtin- ..ret. reolMSled to UMDbM Jl MASS LCXVES Tios, "at Mentpdier, on VTedxi'SDAT, June 20th, 1 SCfi' at II o'ekei. A. M., ftp the pnrpotccf Dominating Governor, Lkut. Governor, anil Treasurer, and transact any othtr business that may properly come before the Convention. DURXUAM JIAtmX, 1 DUDLEY a DEXISO.V, j HENRY CLARK. i Union GEO. It. BIOULOW, Y State JOSEHI POLAND, j Cem'ttec. CM. STONE, ASA K. CAMP. I MoDtpelwr. June 5, 18CC. COIISTY CONVENTION. Tlc Onion RqioMwin Voters of Chittrmkn , u, r, are reflected to HHt in Ceav cation, by . r Mogates, at th City Hall, in Darlmgtoo, r siuntay. Jane 88, 1860, at II o'clock. A v . to nominate candidates for Sena tort and ( .--ty officers for...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 June 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING JTTNB 10, JgGG Kettze Fefaiq at Vasuisgtos. " I'cr ley" writing to the Boston Journal, under date of June Otb, saja that jolitical matters arc wearing a decidedly more harmonious acjicct than they have been. Ueeavs : "The Union men in Congress, it is evident, will unite in a solid phalanx in eupport of a proposed amendment to the Constitution, but that amendment will U vcrr different from the doetrints of State suicide, general cenSieaUon aniuaiccr'sl tuJlrase advanced at thecem meDcement of the session hy the more radical Republican?. Indeed, I shall not be surprised if the prrposed amendment as finally pa -ted is acceptable to the Piesident, and it Cn?resa can then admit several Southern members of undoubted loyalty, the hatchet may be regarded a. hurled, at il office holdtrs may tale courage. Of rccrw this hsrmonkus iveoncaliatioti of Union men, even if not complete, will not satisfy the Democrat." The Ik-jtLUNGTON Ycoo Men Christian...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 June 1866

fir VOL. XXXIV.NEW SERIES VOL XI BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22 I8GC Poclry From Honrs at Home for June. J03IK TO ME. "Oh! when wilt TTjou oam unto rat ?" Psalm ci. i We are indebted to Hon. George 1. Marsh, car Minister to Italy , for this exquisite hymn. We cannot refrain from giving hta estimtte of it : "The inclosed hymn .which I consider one of the most beautiful ami artistically per fret religious poems of this century, ts-by my excellent friend, Henry V. T .Esq., an Bnglish lawyer." With the author's coo feat, we gladly place it before the readers of Hours at Home. Editor C'ome lo me. Lord, when 6rst I wake As the faint lights of morning break; Bid purest thoughts witlrn me rise. Like chrystal dew drop? to the skies. lie $m jjpms. GEO. W.A: C. CHEN EDICT. cditohs asd rEorEirTOp.s. FRIDAT MOBNINO JUNE 22. 18CC. NUMBER FIFTY-TWO Come to me in the sultry Or earth's low communings will toon Of thy dear owe eclipse the light. And change my firtt lay to night. Come to me in...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 June 1866

THE BURLINGTON Vt. FliEE PRKS, FEIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1866 3? Sflic cjjra press. CEO. V. 4; G. G. 11RNEHICT. EDITORS A!in PEOrEIEICRf. FRIDAY M0RK1KGJ I'NE 22. IMG. TIIEWECKU' rKLK PRESS Tnc Ech-mctox Wesklt Fr.iE I'cns is jub llihcd eTery Friday corning, snd ctr.ta!r.I the litest ncj rrjtorts ofBoiUn markets and Cam bridge Cattle Mulct ; Tall EUte, County and local intelligence j well selected Miscellany, Ac., e "o care a' d outlay will be ejtaret to roato it a re liable, latere; tins and valuable fimllt Jurns4. TLe circulation of tbo Fnir. 1kesb exeeadt that of any paper in the region, and it Is, therefore, an unrivalled medium for advertisers. We dcs.ie to give additional attention to the to co; ir of the various towns In this and aljolnmr. Counties, in which our Weekly has a naneroat cir culation, and thall ni'tm it a favor if osr readers will forward us ny items efintrreat. Republican Mate Ticket. For Governor. Hon. PAUL DILLINGHAM, of Waterbury For Lt. Governor Hon. A. IS. G...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 June 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- JUNE 22, 1866 Fovrth or Jriv IlKBnuai.-At a meeting of cities of Ilincsburgb a few day.eincc.it was voted to have a celebra tion of the coming Fourth ol Julj, -bracing a rrocesion of soldier- irom til the adjoining towns, of ecliools and other orc-in-ication", citizen arl invited Ruer"1'"' a public dinner, murie, At, ic. I-'- ea ben Sawyer is to r-"tl tko tUy, Iltv. C. K. Ferrin. Vice IVsid"". "" E Keecbcr, SecrcUrj . ani -'Pt A. E. Lcay entvotth, M.r.b.1. s" and M II Bald-'""- The 'DtHirgh Bind and a Drum corf ' foroieb mut!c' GaT' ir.llinbun d J- S- " ate ex pected B"S ,bc tI-cmirtr'?- Tbc Union wU1 be r.jnn,fJ in t,H: ITOCft,iM V? 3C : ,. (.tunic. bool Irvm adjoining towns, a,j ..i!r organix-twee, and all ditcharjreil jjni ol the I'mun armies are invited to attmd. XEWS !' Tt WEEK BY TBLER.AI'iI. Special to the Free I'm. ialo, June 13. Uen. Meade was terenadci by the .Mai one Lor mi t I (and last evetm.g, and a lane bon fire in Iront...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 June 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt FREE PliKSS2, FRIDAY MORN ESTCJ, JUNE 22, I860. Itelizlou Intelligence. lUviv.ii. is ItrKLi.NOTON. Tlic interest in the mccting-i I'cM daily, attcrnwin nnd even ing, during lite vitrk lost, hy Her. A. B. Earlc, lias gone on steidilv increasing. There is no excitement, but grateful cvi dtnev of a gtnuine and powerful work of grace. The B-ipts-t Clmrch lia been filled at each meeting, with farncut and intcrct-tetl inquirer? after the way cf life. The number of timet- 1ibc gone lorwnrd fur special prajcr, hap lt-en as high as fifty at a meet ing, and lite recent conytrrioos, a porti-m of which, however, would date 'tack to a timo j receding thife mcetinpe by a few dj, arc between twenty and thirty. Most of then- are in the lSaiei eotigreation ; but !1 the orthodox ehurebw nave been re tic?iitod in the weetineji. and all we be lieve. are lartieipating; to tome extent in the revival of ruligitsue mtcrtet. The Iievivals acrot the Lake continue. In Chanitirain there have...

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