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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 June 1843

ml I'iu.mi jwu Fromi'eN. Y. Commercial Advertiser, Sharp Counr.sroMiENCE. Mr Edmund Burke, of New Hampshire, a member of Con gress cnioying, we believe, no very high rep ulalion I'ir either ability, dignity or political in tegrity, und characterized by the Madisonian ns 'one if the lew Benloniu'n tleatructives lefl cxlaiit' has tlinught proper, lately, to write a letter to the Postmaster General, which may lie taken is n vigorous specimen ol 'Hentnninn destrticlivo' impertinence, vulgarity and ill breeding It accompanied a petition with which Mr Burke was entrusted by some ol his constituents, for the appointment of a certain person to a post ollice in New Hampshire. After stating the. object, Mr Burke proceeds as follows: The Miiners of the petition atao request me to add my recommendation to their own for the . ' - . . n . .1 i appointment of Mr Samuel P. Caulkins to the , olhce of postmaster. If he were an honest, Irue-heaited democrat, I would scorn to do it. llumhlc as I am in ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 June 1843

tUSDlFrom the Iiochester Democrat. A TALK Ol1 WO. A Vrtw wnnlcs since tllCfO might linVO been found n our cilv a respectable and linppy, though a poor family, consisting o a father and six children. Tho wife nni mother died about two years since, leaving the discharge of the household duties to her eldest child, a daughter about M years oiu Tlicso duties she has discharged with sihgu lar ability for one of her age. Her little brother and sisters learned to look up to her as to a mother, and her father soon lound that his loss had been in a mcasuro repaired ; and each morning and evening. as he and his little ones surrounded the family altar, ho fhied not to bless heaven lor tho gift of so valuable a child Thus things continued until about a week since. A family had some months previous' ly moved into the neighborhood, and be tween the two an intimacy was gradually luruieu. imormaiiou naving ai icngin react eu uic cars 01 me wiuowcr mat his new neighbors were the liarborcrsofthoso'wl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 June 1843

VBRMOIT P 11 E A I X . BY WM. 13. II YT II Ell. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 16, 1843. VOL,. IX. NO. 42.. -in1,1! ,V. .J. U.mi'LgUlJi.JUU-lE.l-... J I JL-JJiULUU --Ui!JH.iMWJli L1M ULL'q mULLXaUf-JUlJ '1MJ.. MW t tLMl I 1 1 1 ..i 1 1 Mill i 1 1 m. I l f 1 WILLOW DELL. II V LYDIA JANIJ 1'IEKSO.V, ( Concluded.) "When he entered the house ho found Hannah in the parlor just laying oil' her lion net. Her eyes brightened with pleas ure, for she thought ho bad just returned from the hills, and therefore, hail not seen Francisca, her cheeks were fresh with ex ercise, she had never looked more beautiful, Ho .wondered that he could ever have deem ed Franciscn lovelier. Willi all the fervor of a first and only affection, ho laid at her feet ibo heart ho had so lately proffered to Francisca,, anil was accepted without inqui ry as to lus wcaltli or station, although he had sedulously avoided all mention of either .luring his long sojourn in Willow Dell. 'Oh, I have done wrong, very wrong said Franciscn...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 June 1843

MODERN DEMOCllftCV;. We know not when wo have seen a more graph ic picture of modern democracy, alias Locofocolitn, thin is contained In the following paragraph of a peech recently delivered by Mr. Fuller, of Mon roe County, In the Assembly ofNew York. 1 It is a perfect portrait. "Modern Democracy consists In all the officers oftlio Goveriiniont, from tlio Presi dent down to Ins lowest dependant who has sworn to support tlio constitution, constru ing it as tncy unucrstanu k; in inoir taKiug the responsibility of any act which their own will or the purpose of party dictate ; in the doctrine that to the victors belong the spoils, and seizing on the offices and patron age of government ns the rewards of party triumph; in the destruction of capital when it cannot be controlled for electioneering purposes; in the destruction of credit ; in the creation of whole litters of little mon sters to stimulate a wild spirit of speculation, and fostering them with a parent's fondness one day, and ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 June 1843

pages. Frico 4 cents singly, 3 per hundred, $20 per thousand. C. Tnr. Ltrr. or llr.snr Ci..v, nr Kits Sah or.sT, published in o large extra New World, so os to be sent through the Mail, l'rico 0 cents a sin gle copy, $3 per hundred. Orders enclosing cash for any of the above works rc respectfully invited. Our Whig friends are so licited to form Clubs and aid us in spreading trujh before the l'enple. The earlier the proper efforts re made, the more certain they will be to prove effective. GREELEY & McEMlATH, Tribune Office, ICO Nassau-street. Mto-York, May7, 18-13. A case of some interest was brought before the Supreme Court nt its session in Springfield, Mass., last week, the faefs of which are sub stantially given in the following report pre pared fur the Republican. Adolfiids Hale & others, Inhabitants of Bcrnnrdston, vs. Henry W. Cusiimah & oth ers, Treasurer and Selectmen of Bcrnnrdston. Tim Loco Foco Selectmen of Bcrnardston have for several successive elections ref...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 June 1843

, ' from the Porlsmouili'Vournal . ENCOURAGE YOUR OWN." Wo miist livc and learn," my dear, said Franklin 0. to liis young wife, when he saw her bemoaning a new colTce-pot melted down on the hot stove. She never forgot Iter impression on seeing the brilliant article 1 . t.i leaning nrsi iikc uic lower 01 nsn, anu men .!..!.: i in i. miming mm uusuuruy, mtc a ncn man rcu ring from business to become a mere shi ning lump of ruins; nor did she forget the remark. ( Neither was she mindful of atioth cr favorite sentiment o'f her Franklin : "Economy is so legibly written on all the worKS ot creation, it is a virtue which no one should despise." Every opportunity that offered for the ex ercise of this virtue was duly improved. The cellar door never opened without exhib iting an cviueucc ol it lor ucliuiu it Hung o huge momcnto in the shape of a rag bag, of about a bushel capacity an open rcccp ticle for every little shred of cloth. Now and then it would receive a larger deposite in the shap...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 June 1843

V E 11 1 IT l'lKE IVI X. J 3!"T v?r? Ti. rum n mi ii.mi w vumtmMujmmjsmn ATTLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 23, 1 843." BY. WM. E. It Y Til 12 It. VOL. IX. NO. 43. To tlie American Public. Improvement in whatever regards the luppinesi and welfare of our race is constantly on the march to perfection, and with each succeeding day sonic new problem is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, having an important and direct bearing over nun's highest destinies. If we take n retro spective view over tho past twenty years, how is llie mind struck with wonder! What rapid strides has science made in every department of civilized life ! particularly in that which relates to the knowledge of the human system in health and dis ease, iloiv valuable and indispensable are the cu rative means recently discovered thiough tlic agen cy ofcheinistry ! How does the imagination kindle and our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near approach to the standard of perfection, of (he present time ! Through the elaborate...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 June 1843

Mr. Webster's Address' AT BUNKER HIE.JL. A duty has been pcrfonncil. A work of grat itude anil patriotism is completed. Tins struc ture, having its foundations in nod, winch drank deep ol early revolutionary blood, lias at length readied its destined height, and now lilt it summit to the skies. Wo have assembled to celebrate the accom plishment of this undertaking, and to indulge, afresh, in the recollection nl the great event, which it is designed lo commemorate. Eight een years, more than half the ordinary dura tion'of a generation of mankind, have elapsed, tnncn iliR corner stone of this monument was lirlii The hopes of its projectors rested on vol untary contributions, private munificence, and the gcnernl favor of the public. These hopes 'have not been disappointed. Donations nave ibecn madebv individuals, in some cases oflarge cmnunt, and smaller sums contributed by thou sands. All who regard the object itself as im tportant, and its accomplishment, therefore, as a good attaine...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 June 1843

nts religion and, literature. Tlio Bible America lias proved that it is practicable came with them. And it is not to be doubt- to elevate tho mass of mankind that por ed that to the free and universal reading tion which in Europe is called the laboring, of the Bible, is to bo ascribed in that ago, or lower class to raise them to self respect, as ascribed in every ngc, men were much to make them compe'.cnt to act a part in the indebted for right views of civil liberty. 'great right, sml rcat duty, of self-Govern-The Bible is n book of faith, and a book of, mcnt ; and this she has proved may be done 1 . . i i . - - I It t . I (. .1 : up . . . I l . I I Ucvwout aHjocufr. ... f. FIltDAY, JtvVB 23, 1813. HUNKER. HILL CKLEHUATION. Wc place before our Headers to day the Address ofMr. Webster at Hunker Hill, on Saturday last. doctrine, but it is also it book, which teaches j by cduca'ion and tho diffusion of knowledge, u is worthy the Author nnd tho occasion, and will .,,-m his own Individu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 June 1843

MERCENARY EDUCATION. Wc tako Uio following indigant dcnunci otlon of a prevailing ovil from nn able, lcc. turc on "The Formation of Character," by Mi. Greeley : Tlierc remains one monstrous error of our.'fircsido Education which I cannot re frain from exposing though I am aware that it is less elemental than those I have already reprehended, and in fact is but an offshoot from them a branch of that great Upas of lalso lormatioii of Character wlicrcot 1 liave endeavored to expose the gnarled and wri thing roots to general scrutiny and abhor rence. I allude to the fatal practice of pay ing lor Virtue, or rewarding with adventi tious indulgence, acts of integrity and of utity. as in us nniuro anu origin uns is a compound of most of the errors I have enu merated, so is it in Us conscquciiscs more pernicious than any one of them. The child which for performing n task nimbly and faithfully, for acquiring a lesson rapid ly and thoroughly, is rewarded with some dainty confection or glitteri...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 June 1843

U.5 i VERMONT PHflGIIX. , , Id. : J ,'JllT ijl vol. ' ft B1UTTLEBORO, Vt. JUNE 30, 1843. VOL. IX. NO. 44. BY WM. 13. II VT II 12 K . i uijuiuiLM,.,i,ue.iK: &lr To the American Public, tmpiavcnitsiil In whatever regards the happiness nnd welfare of our r.ice is constantly nn the m-trch to perfection, and with each succeeding t some new problem u aolveil, or smne prolouim r.eetet re vealed, having an important aud direct Inviting over nun's lughent destinies. II wo take a retro spective view over llie past twenty years, linw is the mind blruck with wonder! What rapid stride has Hcicnce made in every department of civilized TiTe ! particularly in that which relates to the itnowledqjo of the human system in health and dis case. How valuable and indispensable are the cu rative means recently discovered thtmiirh the agen cy of chemistry 1 How does the imagination kindle ond our admiration. clow at the inirenuily, the near approach to the standard of perfection, of the present time ! T...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 June 1843

From fie Dotlon Altai, June 10. Til 12 CELEMIATION. Tho celebration of the completion of ll)o Bunker Hill Monument boa passed, in n mnn ner that must have filleil tho lienrt of every Iruo American, who was go fortunate- as to witness it; with proud delight and patriotic grntifica tion. From early dawn on Saturday, until the tiny hod passed, every thing that cnnld be dde wired combined to lavnf the occasion. Tho weather never was finer; tho sun never jshone more brightly, nor was the air ever more re freshingly cool. At an early hour all the avenues leading to iho city, and nil our principal streets, ivcte alivo with tins throng of people eager to lake part In, or to witness the celebration of tho completion of an appropriate memorial ol tho noblest battle field in the came of American freedom. Never do wo remember to have wit nessed a larger collection of stiangers In tho city, than on Saturday. The population of the city must have been very nearly if not quite doubled, by tho influ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 June 1843

Balloon Adventure Thrilling tnclilr,nt, John Wise, the annum, went up from Carlisle, Fcnn., on Satnrday llio 17th, and has written nn account of Ins ndvctitures to the l'IiUatIililiia In quirer. Soon after giltinii "Pi l'10 breeiis carried liiin into a huge black cloud sonielliinjj like livu mill's in diameter, where he experienced n dillicul ty of tcspiration, almost to sullocntion, followed by sickness of the stomach. This, however, some- w Litabatcil lor a iliort tunc t ie cold in t no mean time becoming intense, and every thing of a fibrous nature! thickly covered with hoar frost. It wa so cold that ho teared tho gn would condense, lie was mistaken, for he soon found himself tossing in I the cloud, surrounded by a noise liko a thousand up and down about a hundred feel, eight or ten bobs (who complain of their price) must enjoy. times, during a space of twenty minutes, through iTIie idea is preposterous. masses of ice, snow and sleet, lie became sick, I Now if a certain clasi of ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 June 1843

MOST EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPE FROM TilE'GUADALOUl'E EARTHQUAKE. ( ! 1 1! .Front the Jf, Y. Herald. , Trofessor llislcy nud liia liltlo son of six yoars old, made one oftho most astonishing escapes in the Gnadaloupc earthquake that was ever recorded in verso or prose. Wo give below some rcinarltaklo particulars of that great earthquake, as nearly as possible in Air. Il.'s own words. I nud my little hoy had been at Point Fctre, Guadaloupe, four days pervious to the earthquake, which occurred on the morning of Wednesday, the eighth ot k.cb ruarv. I was thereon n short profession' nl engagement I was taking my lodgings at the American coffee House, and my meals at the French Coffee House, in dif ferent places according to the custom ol the country. Wednesday morning tno cigntn, was ond of the most beautiful that could ho imagined the sun shone out in all its splen- dor, nsou ami pleasant urcczccamc in irom tho sea and every thing seemed in a state oi natural peace ami quici. There was estim...

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 July 1843

BY WM. E. II YT II UK. B 11 A T TLEBOllO, Vt. JULY 7, 18 43. VOL. IX. NO. 45. To the American Public. Improvement In whatever regards the happiness nml welfare of our race is constantly on the march to perfection, nml with each succeeding day some new problem is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, having an important and direct hearing over man's highest destinies. II wo take a retro spective view over the past twenty years, how is the mind struck with wonder I What rapid strides lias science made in every department of civilized life ! particularly in that which relates to the knowlcdiro of the human system in health and dis ease. How valuible and indispensable arc the cu rative means recently discovered tlunugli the ngen cy ofchemislry I How does the imagination kindle rind our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near approach to the standard (ifpcrfectioti,ofilic present time! Through the elaborate investigations of lhysiology, or the science of Lice, and the l'alhol ogy...

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 July 1843

cd very well by the candle-light and her dark, glossy hair, smoothly parted on her forehead, corresponded admirably with her style of beauty. Mrs Harden bit her lips and exchanged a meaning glance with Me lissa, but they felt constrained to bear the " intrusion, as they considered, in silence. 'I hope, for jour sake,' said Eliza Ever ing to her brother, n they were on their way to Mrs. Harden'fl, 'that the 'maid of the raven lock,' wc met yesterday, will be at the party.' I hope she will,' he replied. 'I thought her the most beautiful girl I over saw. 'Mother thinks, by the description I gave of her, that she must be the young lady she saw with Mrs Sinclair, whom she inlrodu ccd as Miss Florence Harden. If so, she is doubtless a connexion of Mrs. Ilardcn's and wc shall probably see her this evening.' Florence, who had been required by her mother, to superintend a variety of arrange ments, had not time to complete her toilette until most of the company had assembled. Mrs Sinclair con...

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 July 1843

HWW". U 'LJ-1 I3"l 'L'.JL'. - Let not, thtii the Jefdmcrs of the People'! Verdict in 1310 lay the flattering unction to! their souls that they shall obtain n reversal of that verdict in 1314. On those who choose to I proclaim themselves fools, drunkards and Birindlers in 1940 they may make some imprcs-, tiunj but on the Twelve Hundred Thousand Freemen who soberly, earnestly ond patrioti cally voted for Oen. Harrison nnd n change of. public measures in 1810, their abuse must have on cflect oppositc to that they would seem de- . alrous of producing. Thee will hebut anima- u-ii iu un-mtrr exertions iu viuuii-dit; uitrii iuii fame, and to show that in 1340 they acted de nritu lie- liberately, Intelligently, and in the soiril of ' i F WHIGS LOOK OUT. 'We have lately been favored with a trav- r i" c xl -lib eling iioco ioco emissary irom ',0",l"-"t'' lie made lus appearance in town me past week. HU object was undoubtedly to stir ; up the laitlilul tn the Loco ranks and also ; tnaKc arrang...

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 July 1843

0- From the AVlc Hampshire Sentinel. OUTSIDE COLORING OF HOUSES. Jlr. Downing, in his lato excellent book upon domestic architecture, says the color of buildings may very properly be made to increase their expression of truthfulness. Thus a barn or Btable being regarded en tirely in a useful point of view, may have n quiet, unobtrusive tone of color, while n cottage should bo of a cheerful mellow hue. harmonising with the verdure of the coun try. A mansion may very properly nave n graver color than a cottage, to be in unison with its greater dignity and extent. There is one color, however, says he, frequently cmploved bv house painters, which wo feel bound to protest against most heartily, as entirely unsuitable, and in bad taste. This IS Willie, WHICH IS SO universally iiiiiii:u iu our wooden houses of every size and des cription. The glaring nature of this color, when seen in contrast with the soft green of foliage, renders it extremely unpleasant to nn eye attuned to harmony of c...

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 July 1843

.W4f.MV WMfflKdk Mmi s .:' i ii;-rt HETIX BY WM. E. 11 Y TH 13 It. BRA TTLEBORO, Vt. JULY 14, 1843. VOL.. IX. NO. 4G: : To the American Public. , . Improvement In whatever regard, llie happiness and welfare of our race is constantly on Hie march td' perfection, and wild each succeeding day some "ii-'w problem is solved, or some profound secrbl re vealed, having an iinportant and direct hearing over man's highest destinies. If we take a retro snectivq , view over the past twenty years, how is tliemitiJ struck with wonder I What rapid strides lids science made in cTcry department of civilized life! particularly in that which relates to the .knowledge of the human system in health and dis ease. How valuable and indiupcnsalilu are the cu rative mean's recently discovered through the agen cy of chemistry ! Hnw does the imagination kindle and our admiration clow at tho ingenuity, the near approach to the standard of perfection, of I he present time 1 Through tho clabnrato investigations o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 July 1843

From the LitchfUd Enquirer. LETTER FROM WM, MILLER. Br. Ilimcs My health is on the gain, ns my folks would sny. I have now only twen ty-two biles from the bigness or a grope to a walnut, on tnv shoulder, side, bnck and nrms. I nm trulv afflicted like Job. And about as many comforters only they do not come to tne ns did Job's, and their nrgumcnts arc not near so rational. I want to sec brother Bliss. I liopo ho is right about the termina tion or the periods, but 1 t limit not. 1 win tell you why, if you will examine, you will hnd nil the ceremonies oi the typical inw that were observed in the first month, or vernal equinox, had their fulfilment in Christ's first advent and sufferings; but af ter all the feasts and ceremonies in the sev enth month or autumnal equinox, cuii only have their fulfilment at his second advent. Let me notice sonic: 1. The ark rested on the seventh month seventeenth day. This has an appearance of a type, the rest of the gospel ark at the ludirment. (Jen. vm. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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