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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 26 June 1844

H . BELL, EDITOR AND PKOPKIETOR. TERMS OFNINTII VOLUME. C"11si?e snbscribers 2 00 r.,:l Iwrrilipra. - - 2 00 r-,i;;,l.i:ils and Coir.panies who lake at tlic office S 1'7j or 1'30 cents if paid in six monlhs. TIi.Te wlio take of Poslri Jcrs . . .2,00 II not paid at llieend of tlie ycar 2. 25 TCo p.ipers discontinued until arrearagcs are paid r.trepiatthe option ofthe proprictor. No pajmci t ( . CUrriersallowed exceptordered bj ihipropne- A1! eoram'inicationsmustbc addressed totheed itor Post Paid MTSCELLA35EOU& A SKETCH FROM REAL LIFE. ET JAMES rees. It was n tempestuous night, the wind whis tled fcarfuUy, and liail stones whose sizc thrcateued to dcmolish the windows, rattled ajatnsl them wilh apertinacity nsifto test their strength. In tlic parlor of alliicold fishioncd houe, bcside a rather comfortlcss ilre on such a nijht, were scated the family of Mr. Sunderland, consisting of hitnself, wife, daughter, and a failliful r.iaid scrvant. a heavy glooin moreofsorrow tlian of ange...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 26 June 1844

IYot Ik Nafonal InttTHgtwfer of 'yistrrJay. THE LAST DAY BUT ONE. Salurday was Ibo litst day but ono of tlio prcscnt Scssion of Congresa. Both llotiscstook a reccaa fr.om half-past Iwo to f.mr o'clock, and frora the Inltcr hoar lonJimwd in sr-ssion, the Senate untiil ihreo o'clock, nnd tho Hous "f Kcpre tenlalives till ncnr four o'clock yesterday iiiornin" . We condcufe. in tho following b rief paranraphs, somo uflhe must im- .orlaiit inc.dcnts in the d..v-and-nigiil,:5 .... ' I1 tiiltinc in both Houses. Inllic Sesate, a vust amouni 01 islative butmcss was Iransacted, besidcs that growing out of tho confercnccs bc- Iwcen tho committecs ot ine iwo nouscs t-.n thrir rtisnfrrecimr volcs upon amend- inents to tho Appropriation ISi'.l. which, it is belicved. wcro at last all reconciled ; in tho elTcciineof which rccomiliation, or rathcr in tho 'TSl.ilmonnllnrtTiU, tbeTex ..I thc dignily and rignts 01 me ocn.no . -J .. 1 .1 t M nnnrnnrinlinn lujaiu iu uii.-uiiii;iiuiiii.j i " ., tiills. M...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 26 June 1844

THB AROUSE OF TIIE MAS3ES. GREAT RATIFBJATION CONVEN TION OFINUJANA. The sccno upon tho ground bcggars oe6cription, and we shall make no at ternpt to dcscribe it. Tho numbers pres cnl were vnriously cstimated from twenty (o 30,000 ; but the most prevalcnt opin ion ntiKinp ihose with whotn we convers t d, nnd who wcro situated so as lo havca survpy of thc miglity mullitude, as, that wcrc 23,000 cn the ground. It was, ns wnn well remarked by ono of Iho speak crs, atasl sea ofhum'an beings, all ani mnted nlike with an nrdent ntlachaient tothe glorious principlcs of our Conslitu. tion which arc indenlical with. those of Iho Whig pariy and detcrmincd to '-do or dic" in their support and triumphant vindication. It was a proud, a glorious day. and a snre precursor of tho signal success of ihe Whigs in August and November. With perfect confidcncc, wo assurc our friends abroad, that Indiana will be nay, is rcdcemed. The Convention was addrcssed by the Hon. Hcnry Lane. Horacc P. Itiddle, Esq....

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 26 June 1844

CO'iTAGIOUS DISEASES, and chances of Temneramcnt WATEH iul be adaptcd lo tlie ,'flesh, or thcre uill be 1.0 proragation OI llic fprcies. Tlie Foil raust te adapted to thc se- d, or there Will bc 1.0 increase. Tlie climalo mut havc 1'iose rmtters init -vhich nlrch will umte and keep abvi epidemical t contasiouj pui'oin, or ihey will bccoroi-extinguiihed.as a lamp that i? unsapp'fd witli oil. So hki-wKe with tbe Ilnmm iramj; It canuot bo Diaicnally affuct ed by epidemical or contagims laal.di' S unless th-re bo those mattersfioa'lmgin tlie circula'ion bich offer Ihe appropriate soil. By purifying pur bodies nlli ilie BRANonETii PiLLs.which have aftviily withthose impuntiea upon vthicn rontagion fred, e ma) always feel tecurc wlutnver Jise.in's may rage arounJ us. True, vp, rnay havn ii, butitvull be Ihe afiair cfa tl.y or two, white lliow vthnl avc bci ntuowifc to 093 this simple and cxctl'cnt rcBicdy. cithrr liie. or havenecks.peihaps months c.fsickn-ss. Sud.Jen changes from hot to r...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 3 July 1844

H . BELL, EDITOR AND PKOPIUETOR. TERMS Of"NINTII YOLUME. Village suliscribers, S2 00 Jlail -ubjcribcrs. . 2,00 iudividuals and Cotnpanies ho take at tlie office l'75or 1'50 cents ifpaid in six inonlhs. Those ho takeof rostriders . . . .2.00 II not paid at ibeend of the year 2, 25 No pipcra disconiinned until arrearajrcs are paid excrpt attlie option oftlie proprietor. Ko pajniei t to Cirriersalbwedi-xceptordered k; tlieproprie lor. ... i I1 commanicatioDsmustbcnildressea lomccu- tor Post Paid TEJIPERANCE. TIIERE'S STRENGTH AND BEAUTY IN THE CUP. .1 SliaU e'sr cold water lc forgot When w e sit down to dine 1 O no, my friends, lor is it not PourMout by hands divine 1 I'our'd out by hands divine, my friends, I'our'd oal by hands divine ; Froin prings and wells it gnshes forlh, I'our'd out by hands divine. 2. To Beauty's cheek, tho' strange itseems, 'Tis not more strange than true, Cold Water, tho' itself so pale, Imparts the rosiest hue, Iinparts the rosiest hue, my friends, Imparts th...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 3 July 1844

J iit Fr.oa tiic Globe or June 15, SOUTH CAROI.INOIODE OF AN ,NEXIXGTEXS. The ltiehmond Enquirer conies from tho Charleston Mercury porlions of the proceediis of public mccttitgs held in IJ.unwiJI, S.imtcr.and Edgeficld cminlies. tnuehim! the ltxas l.eiily. l nc l'.n pirer with much plcasuro matbs thc favor uithwhicii nll theso tncenngs rcccivcu lhc nomina'.ion of thc l.iio Baltimore Cnnvention. but it silei:tly p-Jts Iho seal of fcprobation on ccrtain pas-agcs i:i llie Irausirtions ol Ibesc asscmuiics 01 nuni ficrs, by nmitting such resolutions nnd remaiksns squinl at n dissolution ofthe Union. For instcncc, tlio Harnwcil tncc: i2 bas this passngc in Iho prcjmblo. the v hola .f which is nrcipcrlT snpiircssca iy thc Er.'iuircr, nsan evidcaco ofiis dUap- prcbation. The prcamblc puis lhc ihso. iutinn of lhc Union in is.-u: wilh the Tex- .-isqjcstion, and says i "tt'c bclicvn Ihal the vcry c.istfr.co itscll tl ims uiooa buiight and blood.cunientcd Union will !.i tiptcrmined by it." Tii...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 3 July 1844

Pmteriinn to any ... bc reards as a t.-.x upon the rest of tho nalion for thc bsncfit oflhs manufacturcr. He indules ia a long lameut over the fall iagofrof our foreign cormnerce. occasioncd jiswe nre glad to discover by the dimiuution cfisiportatious and a balancc. of trade in oar favor of at least 0 millions, which we are ohli-od, says Mr. w ngiu lo reccivc in RobcrtPeel himsclf could not havc shed i more tcars ovcr a Ioss of trade to tugland ihan does this Amcricau Stalcsmanoveraloss of importations one of those salutary cilects which it is the objcct of the tariOTto accom plisb. and without which it would bc utterly fulile. He clcaily provcs that the importa tions which in 1811 were $127,940,000 fell down in 1842 to $100,1G2,000. Importations ofwooliuthe tnean titno were reduced 41 pcr cent., of woolen goods 65 pcrccnt. Cot ton goods C0 per cent. Silk goods 76 per cent. "Tbank you Jew for teaching rae that word." No raan could bave paid a het ter, and yct an iavo'.untary complit...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 3 July 1844

P03T FRANKLIN . A. B. & Ji. M. CHIPMAN, ARE receiving from Boston, an cutire new s;ocl; of seasonable DSY G-OOBS. Comprising a complete assortracnt of Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Summcr Clotlis, Amer ican Prints, Alpines, Balzarines. Orgnndic, Scindia, Gro De Valence, l'araisians, Crape Memour, Crape & M. De Laiues, Priuted I.awns, Mouteith Checks, Gro De Naples, Gro De Swiss aud Bonnet Silks, Ribbons, Laccs, Gimp, Cords, Vestings. Gro De Lon ilon, Thibet Plain and Plaid De Laine, Slri ped and fig'd Cashmere Shawls, Cravats, Florence and Straw IJonncts, Hats, Caps, Boots, Slioes, Gaitcrs, balf Gaiters, Slips, Arc. &c. Brown aud Sea Island Cottons from C 1-4 to 1 1 cts. Also Molasses from tj to 34 cts, P. R. Sc N. O. Sujpirs from Gl-4to9cls. Coflee 10 to 12 1-2, H. S., Y. II. & O. II. Teas 32 to 75 cts. Nails $5 Tobaceo &c. &. A general assortmeut of Crockery, Glass and Hardxvare, Medicines, Oils and Paint. Iron and Steel, Fisb, Salt, Flour. constautly nn hand a...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 10 July 1844

II. BELL, EDITOR. AND PROPR1ETOR. TERMSOF NINTII VOLUME. Village sub?criber $2 00 Mail mbscribera 2.00 IndiriduaU and Companies wbo lake at tbe office $ 1'75 or 150 ccnts if paid in aix monllu. Thofe wbo take of I'ostridera . . .2.09 11 not paid at tlieend ofthe year 2, 25 No papers iliscontinued until arrearages are paid exceptatlhe option ofthe proprielor. No payroeit lo Carricrs allowed fxcept ordered bv tlu- proprie tnr. All communicaliom must be addresscd to the ed tor Post Paid From Graham's Magazine. Fip (jsiaVEvo BT JAMES K. PAULDlNO, AUTIIOR OF"t.1E DUTCHMAN's FIR.ESIDE," ETC. Cotcluded. Therc was somcthiog cxquisitcly touch ingin bcr voice, her Iook, and the dewy lus tre of her eyes, as she pronounced these words, which eutered the very soul of Hart land. " Geuevieve," said he, "sit down by me and liear what I am going to say. Nay, I insisl upon your being seateI, for you liave mucli to hcar, and it docs not become one who owcs his life to you to be sated v 1 1 3 1 e you a...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 10 July 1844

-irs-I t!i?v passid it for the sake of thc man .icturmg Uircrests of tbe country aud the . jca of the cuuulry. (Cheers.) 11a would nmv say a fe.v words in rc- rd to Atr. Polk and his rotcs. Iu 180-2, Ir. Polk vcted against iuiposingdulies on I r.rticle, or nearly all, produced by tlie icchaircs of this couiitry. Uc had not riu tu cnumcratc tliem, but he would say !'i?.t that gcutlemau had violalcd ngaiust - lintcrests of PcnusIvania in evcry shape i witich that intcrest could be prcscnted. e voled agaiit thc dutics ou rcllcd iron .id Pennsylvania slio'uld remcmber him t r it. IIe(M. C.) would say that, if the ' 11 which Mf. Polkdesired to havc pass- 1 in had become a law, 110 statc in 1 ut Uriio.i would havc suffered morc than ;'i:isylvaiiia. It was not neccssary to "fjr lo hcr alone. Howevcr, ive should . .1 hi.-e shared .i.connnou fate. fa I'SSi, within one ycar aftcr thc pas .e of the Compromise Act, on thc 2Sth f Fcbruary, Kr Polk voted for a rcso-l-.ition introduccd by a Mr. Ha...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 10 July 1844

ruh headloug to the bauncr oT Polk, llie most ulira freo-trade inati in ths Umon, and sustaiucd by ihe South for thc very purpose offjstening frce-Irade as well as slavery Cur cver upon the country witli bonds whkb can uever be hroken. The leaders of the party Scemto takc it for grautcd ihat ihe pcoplc r.rc stupid as asscs, and will sloop to any bur rlcn they choose to placc upon thcm. But icll ihis to the tnariues ih rclation to the pco pleof Vermont. They read, they kuow too tbat if the Tari.Tcannot be put downjand au- ue.tation efiectcd;thc Polk par:y ilre deter- rained to dissolve the Cnion. Look u tlie pr'occedings of lbe Calhouus and McDuffics nnd Rhetts of South Carohua which wcpub lishcd Iast wcck. There mcn goaded on by disappointed amhitiou arc the incu who havc elevated Polk and arc forcing him down the throals of the iloitgh-faccs of the North. But if this bc a govermnent of Iaws, aud Henry Clay is placcd at its head, ve fear nothing from Catalines iu this republic. The ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 10 July 1844

IJalsamof Livcrwort. Price Jledured to 81 50, and Sl.Gl) .' AND JLivcr Complaint. ,R TAYLOK'S DALSAM o! LIV- WORT, from 375 Bowrry. N. Yi.rk, lor tlio curc of Couzhs, Colds, Catarrh, Aslh ina, sorcncss of the Chest, paiiun tho side and brrast, raising of Blood Liver CnMrLAiwTS, Uronchitis, all Ihosc affection of Ibe Ihroal and Lungi, whic!i are a source cf to mucli MifTiring and unarrested, so often torminatr in Coxsuw tip.n Ihis remedy is liighly ai.djuslly disfin guislied. It is purely ve,ftable, mild and gentle in it eOecls upon tbe sytein, and can be laken i ii the most delicate cascs, wilh safety as well as ul'.tily. rhysicia, anare of Hs inedicinal prop. rities, and "wilnjssing ils rffecls evcn in cxtreme anJ ii; sonie instanccs, appariiitly almot hope lcss ca-ses, often prcroriLc it in prac'ice, bolli as a pjllulir and a remedy. and wilh Ihc Medical Facul'y gcnrially, it has n.cl wilh gieat appro bation. Cjrli(ieat'-ji from llie hicln-sf and rnost rcfpec tab!o sources, of pcr...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 17 July 1844

H. BELL, ED1T0R AND PROPR1ETOR. TERMS oF NINTII VOLUME. Tillagc subscribcre, 2 00 Mail subscribers, 2 00 indiviiluala aml Companies who take at ihe office l'75or 1'30 ccnts if paid in tix. montlis. rioe who take of Pof Iriders . . .82,00 II not paid at Slieend oftlic ycar 2, 25 No papcra diseontiniied unlil arrearajes are paid rxcept at the option ofthe proprictor. No pajmei t lo Carricrs allon cd cxccpt orcicrcd b tb s proprie- ' AH comxrin.cationsEu.'tbc jddrcsscd totbced tor Vost Paid jnscELUM:ou& BT MRS. C. H. BUTLER. Just where oue of thosc quict shady lancs cmcrgcs into thebroad, opcu mcadow,stands a little grovc of horse-chcstnuts.locusts.snow-balls, and lilacs; and if you put asidc thc branchcs, you will sce a little brown Iiousc repos'mg in the ccntre, likca palridge on lier uest. In thts quiet little cnt lives au ciueriy maiden. known throuzhout our villagc as "Auut Nancv." As vou pecp through the brauches of the tall, white lilacs, (should it be in the morning) you wi...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 17 July 1844

who have fbrvonrs bnen in thehibits of the closest political and social intimncy with him speak of liim as n patriot and as a man in tlie most euloistic strains, I cannot be madc to belisve by the cxaggcratcd reprcsentalions of Iiis political enemies, that be is so vcry cor riipt. lt tloes not stand to reason. It is a moral inconsistcncy which cannot be belicved. Thesc represenlations are all inade for poiili tal efTect and uot from any regard to tlio pub lic' morals. Mr. Clay has ncvcr been intcm perate, I ara assured on the best authority, and in all his relations as a c'ni.en, hasband aud father, he is unexceptionable and excm plary. As a inaster lic is proTcrliially kind and inJulgcnt. Unlcss we act upon the principle that wc will votc for no man who is not a Christiau, it is not easy to draw the liue defining the ex tcntol inoral qualification which ouglit to sitisfy our conscience. It is cle.ir, hoivevcr, the Christian's duty to withhold his votefrom every man obviously iranti...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 17 July 1844

IMPROVEMENT HEETING. Althcngh the weathcr was unfaTorable, and tlie audience (hin, the mceting called last weck, byihe Coniniiltee forsubscrip tions to exccute the Academy iraprovc uients, was hcld on Thursday eveninij, Charlcs Linsiey, Esq. in ihe chair, and Levi Peck, Sccretary. The subscriptiou commiltce rcported that they commenced under favorable circumstances, and liad reascn to cxpect that tb.2 amount could be raised, and can be now raised, without difncuHy, that having ascertaincd, how ever, that the select mcn had changcd their intcntions, with rcspect to a ready action conccrning a part of the plan adopted, they felt bound in view of the strong and definite assurances givcn on that point, at the preceding meeting, to report the fact, as it now stands, and ask to be excused from furthcr .service, or receive new instructions. Upon which it was by vote resolved that the commmittee be instructed to raise the neccssary funds without delay, if possible, and obtain the action of ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 17 July 1844

i s.Hl 12 l - I NEW G008S. rTpiltS day opening by llie subscriber a splcndid stock of frcsh and dcsirable goods, embracingall tlie varietics of KICII AND FASIIIONABLE GOODS oflered in thc markct, lie Iias takcn the ut most paing iu his selectiou as to style, quality and price. All wishiug for good bargains wiil do wcll to call. He will say positivdy hc is not to be undcrsold, and liis inotto is to un dersell, kuowing that small profits and quick returns will cnsure sucess to the trader and satisfactiou to tbe biryer. r. W. COLLINS. Cornwall, April 29th, 1844. PAINTING. n'ltp ...... :i, ..:..,... t. v I il bus:nc?s, at t!e sliop I ilcly occapicd by ' Iooilv & JUcDonaM, anii rcsnectfullv lolicitsa share of Uie patroiiagc of the public. CllAlltS " Will bc kcpt constantly on hand1 at reasonaUc prices. PAINTING-. donc at short gA lioticc, and partictllar attention given fiiiiprj Hocse I'aistiso and PAr-cr.ixo. 5!!!fS3 ff7 AU orders iri his liue will jUfis bc promptly atteuded to. THE...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 24 July 1844

H . BELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TER3I3 OF NINTII VOLL'ME. Village suWcribcrt, B- 00 Mail ubscribers, .... 2.00 ladmduaU and Compamea who take at ihc office $1'75 or l'SO ccnts ifpaid in six monlln. Thofc wlio take of Postridcrs . . .S2,O0 II noi paid at llicend oftlie year 2, 25 No papers discontinued until arrearagcs are paid exrcpt attlie option ofllie proprietor. No paymcr t to Carriers allowed c xccpt ordcred bj ths propric- "AII communicationsmustbeaddrcfscd totlieed tor Post Paid. I MISCELLMEOIJS. From the Olive Brancli. ' Tle palicnt, for tlic priic I'llbring tbce to, Sballlioodivink tliis misclinnce.' Tcmpest. In that part of the town of Lyun, Massachu- sctts, knonn as Vood End," therc is an iui- mense pile of stonc rising perpendicularly on graccfnl in its mould, and so constructed as the side of a hill, fronting the ocean, which is , ,0 float j;.ea sea hird riding the tvavcs. On called 'Iligh Rock.' Tliis granite mass is ,jlc stern no,v SWUng shoreward by the com very pcc...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 24 July 1844

3W.P0LKAND THE PROTECTIVE POLICY. ' Oid'dixumentsartvrgly iVnga." Pou We present ourreadera with' anothershort tntract from Mr. Polk's Addrea to the peo ple of Tenncaee, April 3d, 1839, primed at Co'.uraMa, Tennesee, (Mr. P' on residence) by J. H. Thompson, a cnpy of which is now jn our posaession. One parngraph ehall guf fic to-day, thotigb we hae several very ricb ones tnarked wbicb ehill appcar in dae timc On page 7 wefind the following p-iragrapb: "Gen. Jackson.hke Mr- JefTerson.brought tbe ship of State back to ihe Kepublican track. Ou tbe coming of bis adininistration all ibe odious doctrines and principles.and ultra-fed-ral tendcneics of the adnr.nistration which preceded it, were suddrnly arreited and re rersed. Tbo great rcsulti of Gen. Jackson's administration belong to thc history of Uje ar.catry. acd'can bc hut briefly skctched or elluded to in aa addrcss like this. In repeat ed inatances he rccommenjed modificatious aud roductions of the tariff. with a view tothe final ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 24 July 1844

of our race, as beings ignorant and depra- ved, subject to sorrow and inhrmtties,and all destincd to the grave, and the heirs of Immortality. But we will not detain our readers with any further notice of ita con tcDts. The ttyieof thc work, like all othcrs from the pen of Doct. Spring, is that of peculiar strength and elegance of dictton, interspersed with beautiful im- cgery drawn from a glowing but chasien ed imagination which never fails to de lightthe rcader. This work has very re cently issued frora the press of J. S. Tay lor &l Co.'N. York. It comes well bound and in an cxcellent typographical dress, and may be found at Bowen's. MR. CLAY & MR. POLK'S POSI TION ON THE TARIFF AGAIN. McDuffee and Calhoun, or the vericst uul lifier of tbe South, might have signed the ietter of Polk, which wc tbis day publish, without the slightestsurrcnderor tbcir prin ciples. Would not eilher, have said as Mr. P. saysin tbis lctter, "that lie is iu favorof arevenuc to defray tbe expenses ...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern galaxy. — 24 July 1844

J ! II riltHI MrtM II M " - " Glass, China, aud common ware cut tura lbers, &C-, at STEWART'S. ET ADIES and Misses Florence Bonnets, a -O-a rich variety of Bonnct Ribbons 20 dif ferent Stjlcs, Bonnct Edgiug, Tabs, Artifi cials and Col'd Rtiches just rec'd by I". W. COLL1NS. April 29th 1844. A FULL SUPPLY of Dry Groccriw, just received and forsale clieap, by J. M. SLADE, k Co. MayJS, 1844.- 23m SIIEEP SHEARS, a supcrior article, and wool twinc, at BROWN & SHELDON'S PAINTING. UJE sitbacriber contlnues ihe PAINTING & CHAIR bnsincs at thc hop lilely ocrupied by r.iooiiv K. McuoTUid aud revDCCttuuv olicila s!are of thc patronage of the puLHc. C H A I R S Will bc kept constantly onbanjat reasonablc prices. IWTKG. doneatshott notice, and particuhir attentioi given IIocse I'ainti.tg and Paff.ri.ng. (iy All orders in his liue will lie promptly attcuded to. THEODORC MOODV. W i JJ1 bary, April 29, 1S44. Stf New Store New Firm New Goods. BBINSMAD) & BROTIIERS, SUCCESSORS TO PANG...

Publication Title: Northern Galaxy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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