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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 October 1841

JttftMcbttr II. BELE.,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. OCTOBER, 19, 1811. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 24. Ix TIIIS r.VrER ARE rUBMSHED TIIE PCBLtC Orders, Resolutioxs, Laws, Public TrEATIES, EcT. OF TIIE UxiTED STATES, BY AUTnORITY. The Pehple's Press is prinlcd in the Briek Building JVorlh endof thcBridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by whnm all orders for printing Books, Pamphlels, Dills. Cards, Sfc., of every dcscriplioh,eUl be ncally andfashionably executed, at shorl nollce. TERM3 OF THE S1XTH VOLUME. Villagesubseribera, ...... Mail nibscril-T . iniln iilnaW and Cnmpanlfl who trYt at Ihe oflicr, nr 1,50 ccnt ir mid in cii momlii. Companicsou stare muti-, .... nr 1,50 iTpaid in nis mnnlh. Thnsa who tafccnf Pn.irld-w, ... Compatil antMiiiiividuaU oJT flip route 82.00 5.00 81,74, 1,73 ei.on 1,75 III . .JU, II KIIU III iiiiimus. KopiiKTJdlreontinuednntilaricarnsMarepaid, ptcent at the oi-tion of the prop.-ictor. No pavincnli to Carrteri allowrJ . ccptordercd by the pioprieior. AII coraniunic...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 October 1841

TnE Result op the Maktland Elec tion. There can be no doubt but that the locofocos havc clected thcir Governor and a majority of thc Housc of Delegatcs m the Stateof Maryland a state which gave Gen. Harrison ono year a go rnorc lhan 4000 maj Thovote on both sides is farless than it was ... t,..i Rroclntml clcotion. but the falling Lk LUC liUI ' i r 41. offhas been much-greatcr on the part of the ilmn on that of thcir opponents. 1 ne eausc of lho lukewarmness of thc Whigs, is nndoubtcdly disgust at the conduct ot iir. Tvlcr. For what inducera ent have the Demo- crals of Maryland to make furtbcr excrtions insupportofa man-who has twice exniuut." rrmnih. a strontT disposition to set himself up as a Dictator Had they turncd out in their full strength and electcd thcir candidatcor Governor, as Ihcy might casily havo donc, thc sychophants ofthe fcx- :..ii,WMne Union would have cro- claitned a ig.t Tylcr victory "-."lho velo power sustained," &c. &c." To prevent nny misconstruction...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 October 1841

Senale coDcomnzihereln.tl.atacomraUiee of rnembers of lhe House, und - n Senaie.be appointcd, wh-.se duty.tsbal I be 10 iuquire'into the late rinlent procedur M.f the u and iim "id rommilh-e be anthonzed to "end for anv person or papers whicli may aid them in tbe.V investigation, a..d thal they tnake report oflheird..ing ns soon as pciss.We. Mr. Cliamller ol Woodsiock movt d, not now ercr in opposilion 10 the reso'ution, but to give I'rae for consideration, that il be laid on llie la ble. Agrced lo, 123 to 33. Adjourncd. FridaV. Oct. 10. The principal business was thc cloction of State oilicers, which, wc arc nappy i sulted as follows, an clcction of cach ofiicer being efTected on thc first balloti For Governor. CharlcsPainc, 146 elecfed. Nalhan Stnilie, 95 Titus Hutchinson, 0 Wm. A. Griswold, 1 Asa G. Hcwes, 1 Blanks, 2 For Licut. Governor. WaitstillR. Rannov, 101 elected. Edward D. Barbcr," 05 Alvah Sabin, 6 W. Ranncv, 1 Blank, ' 1 For Trtaturer. John Spalding, 155 Danicl Baldwin,...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 October 1841

4; TICE TO JOINER3. - wil! bo rcceivcd unti'.l about the -renl Month for furnishing Blinds U iows to llio Congresational Mcct . this Villagc, to be completcd by urilnaxt. A. WILCOa. for iIig pruJc Uia! Cj.ii. hary Ost. 5th 1S41. OF VERMONT, ? zr cf Ar.nio-, ss 5 cbMn C-urt, licld at Middlebury, in and IV .-Di-trict of Addison, n!i the 30th d.iy nb.-r. 1S1I No. 3. SiiperEne Flour No. 4. Slnp Biscuit (made from supcrSno of tho manufhciurc of t!ie yuars 1S41 or 1342) No. 5. Whiskoy. No. G. Buttcr " No. 7. Sperin Cmdics No. 8. Spcrin 0;1 No. 9. LinsecJ 011 (in its raw slati;) No. 10. Painls (tho several arlicles namr-d in tlie prinied offers) No. 11. Mol.issts, Vinegnr, Ricc, and Wliite Beans h is distinclly understood. however, tiiat pc A CAItD. O DRY GOOD3 MERCHAN I'S. 1. comequcncc; of thi- utircmely itnscttled stnte of i!io currcncy for a few ycars past, rcn daring tiic sales on crcdit so very tiazmlous. and the irianifest wr.inj; and injustico of charg injr thc gooJ mm so a profitn...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 October 1841

II. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. OCTOBER, 26, 1811. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 25. Ix Tins j2.rER are ruuMsnED tiie Pcblic Ordeus, Resolutions, Laws, Pubuc Tkeaties, Ect. of tiik Ukited States. 11 v autiiority. The Peofix's Press i'j jtrinted in the Brick Building A'orlh endof the Bridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, lyuhom all orders for printtng Books, Famphhls, Bills. Cards. S,-c, of every descriplion.tcUl be neally xtndfashionably eaecuted, at ilwrl nolice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Village subscribcn, . - Mail subseribers, ...".". lndividuals and Companies who lake itihe offlee. " SL7i. orPWccntsif pald Id six months. ' ' Companira on stage rnutc, gl TS or 1,50 if pald in tlt nionthj. ' Those who lake nf Pnslrideri, .... ?,00 Companies and lndividuals on llte route - 175 or J.50, If i,iil insii montlu. ' Nopapcradlsrontinued until arrearagcs are pald, cDt at tlie o.iin of the proprietor. No parmenuto C'arricn allowed tx. ceptnrdered by the pioprictor. All cornmunications mtmbe...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 October 1841

rr ta ; .anJ the couatry, undcr its opcration, -tnergod, with utexampled rapidity, from cra barrassrnent to wealth, power and national groatncss. For more than thirty ycars, the coitstitutional power of Congress to impose du ties for the purposo of protcction, rcmained iquchtioacd. Every successive Congress ex rciscd the power without the suggestion of a d'jubt ae to its constitutionality ; and if the constitution itsclf had not been, as it is, pcr foctlu clcar 011 the sjbiect, yet time, usagc, toiiJtant Je"is!alior,ird universal acquicseence have fully established its possession by thc viiion in th coastitution which authorizw him to nominate "and by and with tho advico and conscnt of thc Senatc, to appoint all" of ficcrs. Tho Presidontand Senate arojointly mado tho nppointing power, and, in theabsonce of all other provisions on thc subjcct, ono would have sunposed they mu&t also bo jointly thc rcmoving power But tho Presidcat claims to exercise it alone, and moro frequcntly ex...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 October 1841

heir adversariea to carry thc clection Gorer hor without any serious efifort to avert lt. They however, turned out in sufficicnt num bersinPhiladelphia to ecure the clection ot that stearling Whig and gentleman, Jos. K. Ingeteoll. to Congres., and their eity om- CIn New Jereey thc whig party has been more truoto itself, althcrugh grcat apathy was evincedin tho canvse, and they rmve main taincd their ascendancy in tho Legislature by clectiDg a majority of incmbcrs in both branch-es. Tucsday Morning, Oct. 2G, 1841. 0t7"GovEUXor.'s Messaoe. We havc bcen looking forward with an excited curiosity to seo what sort of mcssago wo should have from Oovkknob Paixe, and bave now riscn from tho pcrusal highly gratificd with the indications of talonts, itilelligcnce and etatcjmanship which it exhibits. The honcst and nmnly dircctncus with which he advanccs to his con. clusions 13 not among its lcast recommenda. tions. Ho frankly proclaims long cherishcd "whig prtnciplos without cijuivocation, or ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 October 1841

MIDDLEBURY THE subscribcrs having purchascd thc a bovc establishment, together with all thc patterns and othcr appurtcnances, would in f'onn thc public that they can supply them with a betfer assorfmcnt of Cookinjr, Box and Jarlor than has bcen ofiercd from this or any other cstabli-hmcnt in this seclion of thc country, and at rauch lowcr prices. Having becn in this busincss for thc last ten ycars, thcy think llic- arc qualified to givcentire satisfaction to . . i x iiTit rr) t7 rr FRESH GOODS. TOHN VALLETT, (at 9W partsof sloves or ploughs, that have bcen.'ding. ihechcap cash storc. is now rcceiving from New York a gencral assortment oi scasonaDic M GGODS, k i hn fnnnd a crreat vanety of Englishand American l'rints, of very desirablc patterns. EnWish, Frcnch and German Merinos. PiaTnand TFaved Beaver Cloths and Vestings. Shadcd Crapes, and. Bombazmes. Tiain and Figuied A'ius. DeLaines. Bonnet Silks, Ttihlinns and Artificials. Shcctings, Shirtings, Batting and Wad- lrinTMifarfiirrvl...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 2 November 1841

H. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY, VT. NOVEMBER, 2, 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 2G. llt THIS PAPER ARE rUBLISIIED THE PrJBLIC Odders, Resolctioxs, Laws, Public Treaties, Ect. of the Uxited States, BY AUTnORITY. Tbe People's Prbss is prinled in the Brick Building JVorlh endof IheBridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, byurhom all orders for printtng Books, PamphUls, Bills. Cards, $:., of every descriplion,icill be neatly znd fashionably executed, at short notice. TERMS OF THE S1XTH VOLUME. VlUngt subscrlberi Mail subicribvrs, ...... lndividualsnnd Compankswhouke atlhe ofiiee, or 1,50 cents if paid in six momhs. Companlcs on stage rnules, .... or 1,50 If paid In six mnnlhs. Tbnse who lake nr I'n-ttriders, ... Couipanies and Individuals nT llie routs 52.00 5.00 tl,75, 51,73 2.00 1,7S or 1.50, u paid in six mnntns. No papers discontinued until arrearajcs are paid, exccnt at the opiion nf iht proprietor. No payments to Carriers allowcd ex- ceplordered by the pioprielor. All communlcations mus...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 2 November 1841

Ilatch rr.ovcd an amehdment lo tlie report, dis scnting fiom the reasons assigned ly a mojor. ity of tlie committce, by striking oul tho pro nmble and inserling n substitute which he pre tented. Tho cliair decidrd tl.o motion not in ( nlcr. Mr. liatch wns in favor ofthe resolu tion but could not eoncur as ono of ihc commit tce in llie reasons assigned forthe adopiion of ilic resolution. His only objection wns to the preamb'e in which reasons were cssigned. After remarks bv Mcssrs. Svvifi, Ilatch, Woos. tcr, Dana, Cto'k and Bartlett. tho report wns luid upon the lablc. BHl Inoirporating tho Vermont mining ni.d smeiiing company, called upby Mr. Dana, tho cmendment of Mr. Ilatch, to rendcr privato ... r.i . 1.1 i,j . i:..i.i r..rii,ri!pliis onhe corporation bemg under consiai'iauuu, Mr. Ilatch spoke in fnvor of iho proposed t . i- I t..nl... i.wr r.ilm. rmfnflmrnt. pminsfd n debatc oy iHisra.i .niii- cr, Clark aud Dana, tiinlatier of uhom e.xplain- td tke nbjVct of tlie npplicalion. as...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 2 November 1841

nccessary sleps foreelling him at hbnrlv, I havc not vet rcci-ivc-J a report in nnswer to tlicss instructi.ms. but I havo cvery rea,ono expect that no delav will tnke plc. ln tne meu-i lime vour Kxcdlency may be aureJ that if tno transr.clion be ns rapresnntcJ, l shall take tfPctual moans to mark my dtsnpprobi tion ofihp cnnduct of thaso concerned m u and moro esecia!ly lo isit with tho utimst i rio-or any oiiifcr or aui".i u m.i i"j & , mencans, conlidmg in the assurancc 01 tne sJrvice to whom a particiimtion in such an i Chinesc, rcmaincd in tho Factories. Thcsame ou'.rase rnsy be brought home. (lc Ciiinesc commenccd hostilitics In Jbtgyour F.xcellcncy lo bolicve that it is sending a flect of firc-boats and rafts ngainsi the di-M'rc of tho British authorilies to avoid all the vessels of war lying near the city, bat v.-ith-proceed'iigs inccnsistcnt wiih ths relaiionssub- 0at doing them any tlamagc. This act was histing between Great Brituin and the United avenged by thc Pyladcs...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 2 November 1841

MIDDLEBURY ORKS. THE subscribers having purcbaeed tho a bove establishraent, together with all the patferns and other appurtenances, would in fcnn the public (hat lhey can suppty them with a better assortment of Cooking, Box and Parlor than has been ofiercd from this or any olher eetabltshment in this scction of tho country, and at much lower prices. Ilaving been in this busincss for the last ten ycars, they think they arc qualified to givc entire satisfaction to their custonicrs. Any stovcs or ploughs. or parts of stovcs or ploughs, that have bccn maaufacturcd at this furnace for the last 20 ycars, can be supplicd without any extra ex pensc. Cooking-Stoves of the most approved pat terns, Yankee Notion, Farmer, Premium Iniproved, and Rolary, and various others too numrons to mcntion. Box stovcs of all sizes, and from entirely new patterns, Canada double box stovcs, Parlor and Parlor Cooking do. Hollow Waro of allrkinds, Ploughs and PLOUGll IRONS, Sleigh Shocs and wagon boxes, Cauldr...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 9 November 1841

II. BELL,....Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY-, VT. NOVEMBER 9. 1841. VOLUME VI, NUMBER 27 Ix THIS PAPER AKE PDBLISHED THE PuBLIC Okders, Resolutioxs, Laws, PcBLtC TBKATIES, ECT. OF THE UxiTED STATES, BY ATJTHOBITY. The People's Press is prinled in lhe Brick Building JS'orlh endof the Bridge, by EPHRAIM MAXHAM, by xchom all orders for prinling Books, Pamphlels, Bills. Cards, S-c, ofevery descriplion,cUl be veatly 3ni fashionably execuled, at shorl nolice. TERMS OF THE S1XTH VOLUME". Yillage eub6cribcrs Mall subscribers, ...... IndiTiduals and Cnmpanles who lake attlie office, or 1 ,50 ccnts if paid in six moulhs. Companies on Etase roulea, .... or 1,50 if paid in six mnnths. Thoss who takR of lvtrident, ... (oin;auies anil lnJividuals ofl llic routc S3.00 2.00 S1.75, 52,00 or 1.5U, ir paid in bix monms. Nonaiierstliscotitinued mitil nrrcarajrcs arc paid. exccnt at the optionof the proprietor. No paymcntsto CarricrsaUojvcd ex- ceptnrdered ly tlie piopnelor. All communicauous mu&...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 9 November 1841

tothrmilitia, and suspending the operation of the mililia laws for one ycar, except in case of insurrcciion and invaiion, and providing for a revision of tbe mililia laws, referred to com mittec on military affafrs. Mr. Bartlelt inlroduccd a resolntion instruct ing our Senators and Ropresentutives in Co.i. grcsa to oppose the creationof ana'.ional bank. Mr. Blodget moved the indefinitc postponement of tho resolu'ion, yeas H, nays 7, and the res olution was indefinitely postponed. JiiU To provide for the rcccipt of tho pro cceds of the sales ofthe public lands, the qucs. lion beirc unon the proposed amendnicnt of Mr. Dana, applying such portion of the pro cccds, as may not be otherwise appropriated, to the paymcnt ot tho state debt ; supported in dcbate by Messrs. Eaton ofF, and Wooster, and opposed by Mr. Botlom, when Mr. Bartlett Cccded to conader the bill raismg a committee moved so to amend tlio amcndmcnt as to ap-1 10 cxaminc and report as to the expediency of propriate tlie pro...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 9 November 1841

write his violent philhppics a-a.nst it, all hostilitv on lhe part of locofocoibm has been susponded, and it has seerncd tc ave becomea favorite in ccrtain qters. Of course we have not bcen perm.tted o h ow iS counscls, and . are consequent y Scy unaquainlcd w.th the actuaUonch tion of the institution. Hie general im- i.mvpver seems to be as far as we SarritsbUlswlll ul.iina.dv be redeemed. At any rate we adv.se all holders of its bills not to dispose of them at a lossat prcsent. Slate Banner. fEOPLE'S PRESS. Tuesday Morning, NovOJSfl WAR ! WAR ! Tho nnclent Grceks contcmplated war as tho natural stato of tho human racc, and con stantly rccurring sccnes of fighting and blood shed among theirpctty stales, were succccded by mere truces, and not by treaties of perpet ual pcace. At tho prcsent day and even in our own country which boasts the highest stato of civilization, multitudcs arc to bc found who scem to be thoroughly imbued witli tho the bellicose nolions of anliquily. Many of ou...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 9 November 1841

MIDDLEBURY WORKS. THE subscribers having purchased tho a bove cstablishment, togcther with all the pattcrcs and othcr appurtcnances, would ra form tho public that they can supply thcra with a better assortment of Cooking, Box and Parlor ira than has becn ofFcrcd from this or any othcr establishmcnt in this section of thc country, and at much lowcr prices. Having becn in this busincss for the last tcn ycars, tbey think they are qualified to give entire satisfaction to partsot stovc3 or pioughs, tnai rmc u" , - . . . , , t 1 I manulactured at this lurnace lor tnc iasi " ycars, can be supplied without any cxtra cx pcnsc. Cooking-Slovcs of the most approvcd pat tcrns, Yankcc Notion, Farmcr, Prcmitini lmprovctl, and Rotary, and various othcrs too numerous to mcntion. Box stovcs of all sizcs, and from cntirely new patterns, Cauada doublc box stovcs, I'arlor and Parlcr Cooking do. Uollow Warc of all'kinds, and T5I ATirl! IT -4TYTGJ Slcigh Shocs and wagon boxcs, f.ni'rlrnn K?ttlcs. Arch Fra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 16 November 1841

l" p Ii. BELL,....Editor and Proprictor. MIDDLEBURY j VT. NOVEMEER 1G, 1841. VOLUME YI, NUMBEIi 2 I- THIS r.VI"EH AKI3 rUBLISHED THC PtlBLIC Osdees, Resolutioxs, Laws, Puhlic Tkeaties, Ect. of tiie Uxited Statcs, BY ArTIIOKITl'. The People's Press is printcd in the Brick Building North endof the Bridgc, by EPHRALM MAXHAM, bytchom atlorders for printing Books, Pampldels, Bills. Cards. ffc., of evcry descriplion,tcill be neatly nnd fashionMy cxccutcd, al slwrl nolice. TERMS OF TIIE S1XTH VOLUME. VlUase sobjcribcrj A!a:l subscribcrs, Indr.'iduals and Cnmpmics who tifce at lhe oiBce, ot 1,50 cents if paid in sii inontlis. Companies on flaje routcs, .... or 1.50 if paid in t,lx ir nmhs. Thosc'whi, takc of Polridfrs, ... Ca:npanics .m.l fiijividiia! ufl llic route . or 1.5'J. if paU intix monllis. S.00 81,75, 51,75 $5,00 1,75 KopnpcrJdisco'itinueduntilnriearagosarepaid, oxcent at Ihe option of fieprapr.' ' ir. No payiuciiuto Carricraatioivcdcx ceptordered by liie piopriclnr. A!l communica...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 16 November 1841

I The speaker decided this to bo out of order according to tho former practicc of thc Ilouse. For lie purposc of scltling tlte rule, Mr. Ful lam took nnoppenl from this decision; and tho decision of tlie chair was sustained, 101 to 64. Mr. Vilas thcn moved to postpono the bill to Friday afternoon next; oppo-cd by MttDew cy and withdrawn. Mr. Cliandler of W. moved to commit tho bi!l for an amondment requiring the officcis of tlie bank to give bonds for the foitbful performanco of their duty ; ngreed to. Mr. Vilas moved to commit for an amcndment making tbo privato property of the trustees bolden for the security of tho depositora ; sup ported by Mr. Adams of South Ilero, opposed by Mr. Clenveland, and carried, 114 to 82. Th.e bill was thcn rejected. GRAND LIST. On motion ofMr. Rice of S. tho House con sidercd the listing'bi'l, when Mr. R. substan tinlly renewcd hia mntion of amcndment made yesterday : agreed to. Mr. Keith mov'ed to commit for amcndment by striking out tho as scssmcct...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 16 November 1841

n electiojt was decided in the negative, by a strict party vote tho thirteen' voting in a body not to tako it up. Should a whig legis lature attempt to stavo nff an eleclion under similar circumstancfs, the country would ring with the ou'cries of locofocoism ! ! "Massachusetts Election. Thus far, says theTimcsof Nov. 10th, there arc 144 whig, 51 locosclected Rcpresentative The towns to come in will not probably alter this propor lion. Texxessbe Sesatoes. Thc Nashvillo Whig says, from prcsent indications the loco - foco scnate will yet go into an election of U of her Fathcrs. S. Senators. They dare not riolatc their 'Wc feel proud, as a porlion of her citizcns, oathsand abrogatctheconstitution by refus- at tho posiiion in which she is now placcd. ing. She has shown her enduring attachrnent to thc Mr. Websteii is making preparations to Whig cause-and her firm intcntion, lhrough kecphousein Washington. This docs not cvil rcport and good report, to adherc strcnu look like resignirg. I o...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 16 November 1841

MIDDLEBURY THE jubscribers having purchased tho a bvc establUhrr.ent, togcthcr with all the ps.llerr.3 and otlior appurtcnances, would in. fcim thc public that they can supply thcm with a bettcr essortmcnt of Ccoking, Box and Partor than h-s been cflered from this or any olher es :.m"nt ir. this seclion of tho country, anJ at rauch Jowrr priccs. Having becn in this bcst xjs i"ir the last ton ycara, thcy think thry- aicqiwlified to givccntirc satisfaction to their cusijmera. Any stoves or ploughs. or r r's ol stoves or ploughs, that havc becn m-iaui"iicturcd at this funiacc for the last 20 ycars, can be supplicd without any cxtra cx pensc. I coking-Sfoves of the most approved pat teras, Yankce Notion, Farmer, i'rcmium Improved, and Rotary, and vaiious others too numcrous to mcntion. Box stoves of all sizcs, and frora cntirely new patUrns, Canada doublc box stoves, Farlor aid Parlor Cookin" do. Ilollow V are of ill kinds, and PLOUGII IRONS, Slcigh Shoes and wagon boxcs, CaulJron Kettl...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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