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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 July 1843

LOSS OFTHE 8TEAMSI11P COLUMBIA. The writer of the following c&mm'unicotion, The millsli Mail Steamer Columbia, winch ""rseii, must noiu nersen responsiiu left Boston on the 1st inst. wai wreckeil upon I3lack Ledge, near Seal Island, Novo Scotia, on the 2d inst. on her passage to Halifax. Intelli for her ntatcmcnts. Mil. Rytiif.r: Having noticed the commu- II1C ZtlX IllSt. 1111 lid lfU9?ui;c III llrillliix. I I will- I , gencc of thedisaster was forwarded by expres . ,r "neernlng a Washmg to Boston. When the vessel which brought u " V 7 ' n the Intelligence left, the steamer was going to j?.tce m" h ""uf "P" and Doro.hy.- picces.and probably would bo n total wreck. 1 ffV r? BCl "'"'""'""B dn The passengers, baggage, kc. were saved.- Um"" " W ' T'T T? " nn c it i i .. r -w 1 1 r doy, thank them, and givo them two meals be- ,u.,.,::.B u... ..., - -jgMc. J W0U( ,k ,u.se wmil(, ,w) ni;cs if renco of Boston, who was n passenger in the Columbia, gives the full particulars of the Un for...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 July 1843

THE CITY OP TAIUS, Tim following is an extract of a letter from n gentleman of New York, now in Europe, to bis friends in this country j pub lished in the Ohio Stnte Journal : ' Well, verily, this if tho capital of the world 1 I thought while I was in London that the magnificence of the palnccs there, nnd the beauty of the parks, and the evi dence of wealth that I saw in every quarter, could not possibly bo equalled in Europe ; but, truly, they sink into comparative in significance when contrasted with Paris and its environs. One becomes satiated and be wildered here in looking at gorgeous sights, and I have absolutely more than once found relief in sitting down in the midst, and for a time closing my eyes. It is very natural for you to expect me to write something in relation to the strange things that I am dai ly looking at ; hut, my dear sir, were you here with' me, (as I wish you were,) you would sec tho impossibility of my doing any such thing. I have visited palaces contain in...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 July 1843

4r VERMON T PH(ENI X . IT ' " . . . 2 It. To the American Public. , Improvement in whatever regards the happiness 'nd welfare ofour race is constantly on Hie inarch tor perfection, and Willi -each niccci'dmc day some hew problem Is soiled, or tome profound ere ret re- .Veajed, having an important nnd direct hearing over man's hi'hest destinies. If we take a retro. speclive view over the past twenty years, hnw'is the mind strrick with wonder! What rapid strides , MM cience made in every department ol civilized lite ! particularly in that which relates to the 1. ! . j . ,.,.ri .. . - i ... . Mm. ifiv valuable and . mi '..pen sable are the cu - iMVlVenwansrrcentIrdiscover.Mth.oULH, the aen - cy 01 ciieiiiiairy ! How docs the imagination kindle nranli Knowledge lias been gamed. In consrnurnce ol becoming ncmiainted with the organization, the ele ments ofthe varions tissues and structure of the system, repiedics have been sought after and dis covered eiaclly adapted to combine with, neut...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 July 1843

4 &e From Ytrmoni Mercury. STATESCIIOOL VVXD. KO. 2. Vln previous number we hare said, that the Stale school funJ owed its origin to the OM Vermont State Bank, and that the act of I825, establishing that fund, was designed as a ihcltcr to protect the scattered frag ments of that institution. - "The act constituting this fund provides, tint, 'until the same shall amount to a sum, which shall vield an annual interest or in come, sufficient to defray the current ex penses of keeping a good free common school in each district in the several towns, fur a neriod of two months.' it shall not be expended or appropriated to the use of com mon schools. Admitting the number of towns in the State to be 240, and allowing 17 districts to each town, and $53 J as the expense of keeping a good free common school for two months in each year, and it would require a capital or $1,000,000, yield in an interest of six ner cent, per annum, making no deductions fur loss or expense of managing the fund,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 July 1843

.y. .rt '. .... . t SowTmg TuitN'irs. Every farmer who' 4Col. Joiisson nio kill TcctpssH. Col. From the Springfield (111.) Slate Reguly 7. lias a vacant spot of good land should sow a Johjison I'"" nl last, )vc believe l.r Hie tirsl, Jo&Smrtt.-lMore nf the late arrest. Our patch ofturnTfcs. Tlicy cost" hut little labor, Xm,ei W ,,c. y cmU-suM V' impeachment, citywa tWied IhSKvTek liv tho.paentV Mis nroducc abundantly lit irnod seasons and , c.,,tu"! l" 'V"".". ."r "s 1t,n,,llri "Pd ftl counsel, nnd also bv Mr. Walker, SrralSrrvSunblo ci lie? for fS stock 'V r'? 1''? ' V'-r ft'W V V,c inUMe' of J,wl'1' p""'- An IP"' ? . : M l . i r i S n ? lnnlCi,onel Springfield, (III.) Im 'deseri been made to Gov. Ford lor a military force to in winter, for the tablc?or for market, lur- ll0n of the cotill.ct is thus reported':- : ri.,Bke Smith, which, We learn, is now under nips need rich, light soil, not too dry; new '"Col. Johnson said, that at his ago it wai consideration. We proceed to give...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 July 1843

in f I OSands' SarsaparillaV THTEALTJI is thexhoiccst blesilng heaven JLJL caTr confer on;Tmnh,,,in comparison 10 Which nil worldly treasures Sinn into nntmiiB innd Insignificance. The royal rones oi prm irtt rfifinrl rnmnnrc .w Iili the ruddv htm o ,liplih. r Thousands HuHerinir Ironi tlisenses that have re'dliccd them ton total wreck, plight by proper treatment and the use of the right mn.iirlni- pnilrcliT ri'rnln their lioallh. Diseas- cq.liavinfi their o'riginin vitinteil secretions, dr inilarnninlion of yMucouss.Tumors, Chronic Rheumatisms" Salt Hheiini, Sciatic of Lumha go, Scrofula, King's Evil, Bi'es,,Bnrher'i llch and eimilnr tlisenses, 'will he snfely and cli'ectu allv cured hy the use of SANDS'S SA11SA- PAIULLA. which has been used in many thnusand'enses with complete success; . For particulars, see advcrliseme"nt in this paper. , ' Music! Music IMusic JUST received at lheMUSIC STORE of WOODBURY ,S- DU1WITT. jjppositcDutibn & Clark's, n large nssottmcnt 01 new mm ropw...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 July 1843

4 1 E K M OA T h m m i x . BY WM. E. KYTIIE 3 It. BllA-TTLEBORO, Vt. JULY 28, 1843. iim mii ' vol. ixr no P To the American Public. Improvement in whatever regards tlio happiness ana weiiuro 01 our race is constantly en IMu niarcli to perfection, and with each succeeding (lav some new problem Is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, Having an important and direct hearing over man's highest destinies.'' Jf we take a retrli- soective yiew over Hie past twenty years. Imw is the mind struck with wonder! What r.ipiii strides lias sck-nce made in cvejy department of civilized lire! particularly in that which relates to the knowledge, orihe human, system in)heallh and dis ense. How valuable and indispensable are the cu rativo means recently discovered thmuirh the awn cy orclicipistry 1 How dors the imagination kindle and our admiration plow at the ingenuity, the near approach to the standard of nerfectinn.of ihe nrcsent time I Through tho elaborate investigations of Physiology, or the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 July 1843

Pk.l-1 LXJ J.- W "f M ..from tht H'octlitoek Mercury. THE STATE SCHOOL FUND. ' v No3. Sliouldtlie, fund ever accumulate to,ho r .Bum of .4,000,000. the sum assumed tobo Accessary, before, by the provisions of the net, the intere?' nn be diptrib'uted, the. Slate would slatidin Hie position of creditor to it.. i.nniiln In llti ni.imitit nn.l till, ttnrtnlh :.. .ii i.s,i.. i"iti,t,. h.. i ti.n same extent. X tie commissioners o rnt."- .T? ...A fund would hold the mortgages or otlTcr se curities against tho debtors tq-the fund. The people would, be niortgnp-orSMo the State to the amount of 4,O0l),UO0, and the I fricts, whenco (lie money was collected, tlferc to be expended in support nt common schools, as is now done, 'in every district in the State. Besides the cospense of collect ing liis money, much of the sum collected, will be sponged up by commissioners, sub- commissioners, Jy lawyer's fees and other expenses of fitigation, and in short by every one, through whose hands this money...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 July 1843

B3H Jfl 0 wL "" " "" 'lu ii . .S!viffK&M t " - jr. ' . ' JS , . - gssgsggggrsrggggBEiE ..,-,.. ,, m 1 1 m For the Vermont Plimnix.' "THE LIBERTY PifilTY; To the Editor of the I'hanixi Dear Sir In perusinjj your last naper I learned that you are still inclined to think 'tltnt the people ol "this Stale, thrpiiRh their legisla ture,' can do nothing more Tor the liherntlon nfihc slave and the abolition of slavery than hai already been done. The resolutions you copied, nndton which you rely to sustnin your opinion, while they are corrohnrative evidence to the.correctness oflhe liberty party ptiuciptcd, present a lucid com mentary on the inconsistency ofjhe Whlgnnd Democratic parties, and will produce un effect whiclf-will plainly develop the Hilly of preach ing one dnctrine'and practicing another which is ils opposite. It is not so cay a piallur af ter all, to 'pull the wool over llie eyes' of the Green Mountain Uoys, lor they ore prone to Idok at things as they are, and not as they ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 July 1843

A SpanIsii Bandit. Doii Morllnf'ngicd 30, and ono of tho most ferocious .assassins that' had ever infested Spain, was executed nl 'Madrid on tho.lOlh of February last. Ho vas thoicliief of a band of brigands thathas becn for many years tho terror of the Prov ince of Toledo. Ho was convicted of thirty tnurders, and is supposed to have committed as many more ; as he is known to have as sassinated fourteen persons in Ono .single day, merely for tho purpose of plunder. As art example of tho atrocity of this monster, it is stated that his band having taken a cit izen of Toledo prisoner, Martin obliged him to write a letter to.liis wife demanding !), 000 as his ransom, in tho meantime confi ning him' in, a cavern, witbout.food, for for-ty-cight hours. On the third day, nn answer caine from the wife, with $151), nil she had .been able to raise for her husband's release. Martin had the captive brought out. tortured K him .by applying red hot iron to Jiis (lcsli, and then buried him up to hi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 August 1843

VERMONT PHflGIIX. B Y WM. E. II Y THE It. BRATTLEBORO, Vt.. AUGUST 4, 1843. VOL. IX. NO. 49. i 1 THE WHITE DItESS; OR VILLAGE AKlSTOCItACY. "In every country village, where. tTcn chimneys' ainoke perfumes the air, Contiguous to a steeple Great gentlefolks are found a score, Who can associate no more, Willi common country people." In the good village of Clairbury tlicre were about a dozen families, who constitu ted the elite oftlic place the aristocracy in the English and American acceptation of . . ... ,1. . I " . me term not using inc woru m w ur signification of the words which it is com pounded. First, in the course of time, an accident there was in the family of the Gov ernor oftlic State. In this family tho aris tocratic claim remained entirely ; as for himself, he was n good plain farmer could "crack a jqke" with the jovial. Second, there was his brother, the richest and best man in the town. The Governor's brother, whom for the sake of a name, we shall call Col. Trott, loved ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 August 1843

From the Vermont Mercury. STATE SCHOOL. FUND.' NO. 4. ' - Several of the States have funds designed for tha nrescnt benefit of common schools nml other literarv institutions. These fund are the result of tho sequestration of lands for that purpose, in the early history of the country. It is not Known, mai n iuiiu ac cumulated hv direct taxation, as ours will be, if finally collected, ever existed out of Ver mont. Funds, based on real property, in form of rent charce, will have a degree of permanency, which can never he realized, when the fund is founded essentially in per sonal securities. Doctor Franklin's fund, instituted by its benevolent founder, for the . n , n !.!!.!.. I bcnclit 01 a nccay ciass in uosion.exniuucu on paper great facilities of accumulation, and permanency, but the futility of nil such paper funds, mid their utter impotency to resist the power of accident and chance, wus . 1 . -i .it i -- -r.l.. long since snown in no dissipation oi ui r...l llinio inrni( unnti ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 August 1843

THE POLITICAL PRESS. , j Wc'llko tho following larigungd of the ( Albany Citizen. It speaks our sentiments ' zactly." "The political press, above nil ' others, should ever speak but boldly and plainly, and utter 111030 sentiments only which are believed to bo honest and just. They will bo. found in tho end to be those best calculated to ensure the triumph of principle, and most successfully to Unfile the corrupt and overcome the designing and dis honest. The advocates of every cause pro fess to battle for the supremacy of correct nriricinlcs and the wisest policy. What bet- tcr weapon can tuey v.c.u in sue,, u wi.r.uro than the keen and all-powerful falchion of truth? And where can they do more exc- - " , . I , . i I cuuon mail 011 uiu iirin jiiuuuriii ui iuiiuuu independence? We hope to see the whig press take strong and decisive grounds upon this point. Their cause is a great, a good and a just one. They have but to fix their eyes upon the glo rious prize and keep straight forward...

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

"WITHOUT NATURAL AFFECTION." The following touching story wo extract from Moflat's Travels in Southern Africa: After passing a ridge of hills, and advan cing a considerable way on the plain, we dis covered at n distance, a little smoke rising amidst a few bushes, which seemed to skirl the ravine. Animated with the prospect, wo hastened forward, eagerly anticipating a delicious draught of water, no matter what the quality might be. When we had arrived within a few hundred yards of the spot wo stood still, startled at the fresh marks of li ons, which appeared to have been there on ly an hour before us. We had no guns, be in (nniirnl in carrv them, and we hesitated for a moment, whether to proceed or return. The wagon was yet distant, and thirst im nnllnrl tin In an in. hut it was with caution, keeping a sharp lookout at every bush we passed. On reaching the spot wo beheld an object of heart rending distress. It was a venera ble looking old woman, a living skeleton, sitting, with her h...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 August 1843

f tr --; f . ., . BY WM. TZ. IL Y THE It. BHATTLEBORO, Vt. AUGUST 1 1, 1843. VOL. IX. NO. 50; VERMONT PHCEMIX. ADD HESS TO THE PEOPLE OP VEHMONT: Published by order of the Whig Slate Con iwitidrt, ttndcr the direction of the State Gcnlral Committee, Fellow Citizens, In declaration or the principles nnd policy of the Whigs of Vermont, there can bo lit tle which is cither startling or attractive for its novelty. Deriving their political faith from the wise and Patriotic Fathers of the Republic, the people of this Stale have abi ded by it with n steadfastness, only excelled liythnt of their own Green Mountains. They linve been shaken never broken ; they liave been severely tried but have emerged from the fiercest trials, purified and radiant villi a brighter glory. Their fearless at tachment to principles, and the firmness of their integrity, have won for them univer sal admiration and respect, and n reputation worth sacrifices to maintain. But they have n Higher mid noiiier motive to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 August 1843

i From the Vermont Mercury. STATE SCHOOL FUND. NO. 5. Few questions have agitated the people of these states, and divided the councils of - . ' i t . I ' I.! . the nation, more man tne poncy oi nanning and the distribution of the proceeds of the public lands. In this latter case the money was collected into the Treasury of the U. States, by the natural operation of laws in force, since the first salts of land, belonging to the public domain. The money was not collected for the purpose of distribution, but it resulted from a state of things not to be avoided. The people were not taxed 100 cts. that a commissioner or a lund might distribute 90 cts. back to the same people, who had paid the lormcr sum on a lax bill, nor were the people taxed at all, to raise this money, but this money poured in to the United Stales Treasury as tne result of the superabundant prosperity of the coun try, and the question, which agitated the people of the country and divided the coun cils of the nation, w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 August 1843

JUtmplfl .Utauinalvm of the Ptimatttr Itntral "-W t tn statt' llml a Batons! 1 Central" r"f to t' that MfW - CrreKC toK mi vt-stemov ua run tne . .k.t Dmiraiii. of the Ilslllniorr Nor fJkHne. It PIef ttlt the bojt.CH hs-rpii. re to Baltimore, took on b unl at UM Point ft,m(Sitt several penireM, among wv.fai were LIITflt lhn C. A. WlekMlfr, P.Mln.Ml General. hit two USihcm ... " : i"-. a ami Vhhk '" ""- u""""i nn Animal L-uiiiliiuancss, and various others of srtn of C. ' Gaidner. of hinR"fl City, prratrr or less Interest. This work has great inter f.wmerlv Fir.t Auditor or Tost Office Depart- est rt those who are fond of whatever is wonder -.-nt, ' fill or marvelous in the phenomena of the human During hi stay t the OM Point th enmltfCt yln, and or human life. The copy sent usia an fMr Oariliiff wa remaiked by tin- visitor Imperfect one, several pages being misplaced. i 'i . . uij It Of vef V Singula' rili.rni.ir., aim i tr ik-wi Kit eettClullV enicitniiico, mm no was nimii t..lr men...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 August 1843

' I ' YtomLtl" Tr0'J Dai,'J "A'?' ANNALS7 dK THE THREE TRAITORS. BYT. MASOtl. THA1T0II I. When a whole World vn bound In bonds til sill tint! linme And Idols nml fnlo Gods, usurp d The O.mkipotf.nt in name 1 When Ignorance and Might were power, And Vengeance ruled the day, And blood and carlingo itained the thrones, Where Tyrants bore the away s Did the Almighty in his wrathj Tour fire on all below, Thus, to consumo n recreant race, Deserting of such wo ? Ah I never. On the wings of Peace, Lo t Mercy came fioin heaven, And brought glnd tidings to tho earth, Thai sins iniglil be forgiven. From Pence and Mercy, sprang to light Tho Omniscient Gift, divine, The meek, the mild, the holy One, Redeemer of mankind I 1 Thus in Humanity arrayed, A chosen few He called. To hear the mission of Ills love, To those, who were cnthrall'd. ' And in this Hand of holy men, In life and death still bound, Thus, to support their Master's cause, Could one foist heart be found .' Ycseven in that nwful hour...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 August 1843

VERMONT PHENIX ft v a, avw n . BUATTLEBOllO, Vt. AUGUST 18, 1843. VOL. IX. NO. 51,' 0) ajl ft mSIl . mmm flesaMlBW Mk OfeS'lSMM iter Mf . - MeM 1 a I WMaaaAt IS) NflM MS MMM fMr Ai Ma tew ms wa-4 ay, M larthj. taaato , Oft tea aw a wm Mk, AiifklMHMMJtotejM. tmmmtteMni aku Ml, Wtwte ? M-af Mia) mi, Aa4w11 tejwJteMlMt Pr titrMfk 9 wM rMn, Ttmm f mrm w 1 Wnf1 MVMWf ilM Ttemjrh Mir fvtefla 'r i (W mm Mil 4tei NMi Yet ImmI n twin mn R Aa4 opt at hnk UW tew, I oaH twr fiwa lr mHf tank. I w bf t In her bridal Moem, aliMbiaK tbt iom. ItAmmt I walk UM ntj (tkln, To Hnwi'i rrrnin j fntr, TH iUm t (ma lint uhJ tpht, Ho H I firm'4 m lo?. 1 k llMt Wit'mg tmile ofjotr, THt tmik) mr mmI oouttJ IhriH, And (Wifli 1 Ix-ar bet rata ii imrv, BUt lire in uirHtorj dill. HTI.K BKTWEKN THE UNI7ri: TIJS AND THE MACEDONIAN'. th enme, and it brought with e usually made a sort it hnl fast i crow of the I day. After break- common X "Mttr the ontirc I a the fancy letatelv .limes in blue hckcts and blue trowsersl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 August 1843

I. u t A. jFVom tVtc Vcrajotr Mercury. STATE SCHOOL FUND. NO. 0. Should a generation of mon ever gticccod to the possession ol tunus, ior mc porpotuui siinnort of all their civil, literary, moral and rnlitrious institutions, to such an extent as lo leave thcin, for these purposes, nothing to tlin desired : in a very unci ncriou, mat ecu cratibn would cease to ho cither civilized lilc'rarv. moral or relinious. These institti tions arc altogether inert and lifeless, except ,T, ( as they are kept in being by mental energy. If to this nlcthory of funded wealth he added fullness of bread, and its concomitant abun dance of idleness, there will have been nc cumulated all the materials necessary for' the utter extinction of civilized society. ' ..Takeaway the dread of want, and the ex ' citcmctit to activity is wanting, and man be- cornea a drone in nature's hive. Wo man will labor for the sake of labor. The ab sence of want will occasion tho want of nl thinss. a state consequent to a condi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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