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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 September 1843

INTELLIGENCE FItOM MEXICO. Wo copy the following items of the news received by the schooner Amazon at New Orleans. The dates received arc' to the 19th ult. from the city or Mexico, and to the 23d ult. from Vera Cruz. Sontn Anna published on the 8lh ult. a decree relative to the rights and privileges of foreigners,. of which the following arc the provisions:. Art.. 1st. The favors, privileges or fran chises granted by the civil law, and which are not included within the sphere of the common law, shall extend solely to Mexi can subjects, to the exclusion of foreign ers. Art. 2. The said exclusion shall not pre vail in Cases in which said favors, privileges or franchises shall be expressly granted to foreigners by the laws, or shall be fixed by respective treaties. The same principle shall apply to privileges or franchises accord- Cd, not through personal consideration, but on account of public benefit accruing to the Republic from such concessions. Art. 3. The said exclusion shall mor...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 September 1843

From Iho Alton Telegraph, Aug. 19. - Casc op Excision op a Wen, without pain, in the MusMnnic sTATE.TIns op eration was performed by Dr. Bcnj. P. Ed wards, at his residence in this city, on 1 ucs day morning last, in the rtrcsencdofa number of spectators. The patient is a young lady about eighteen years of age, the daughter of Mr. Eyres, of Upper Alton. The wen was situated upon the left side of her face; the base of it was one inch and seven-eighths in length by one inch and five eighths in width ; the upper part of it bcirtg just oppo site and near the- opening of the car. It commenced forming when she was about two years old, aim nas uccngrauuuny in creasing. Several months since, sho ap plied to Dr. Edwards for advice in regard to having it taken out. lie then informed her that if he could succeed in placing her in n mesmeric stale, ho could remove the wen without pain. A few subsequent experiments convinced the Doctor that Miss Eyres was susceptible of thc mesmeric influence to...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 September 1843

VERMONT PHCEUTIX. BY WM. 13. It YT II 13 It. BRATTLE BO 110, Vt. SEPTEMBER 29, 1843. ..1JIU.JI fco A I'HIENI) ON II 1311 9IA.RIIIARIL For from tlie lioinc of tliy young days, Tliy lot calls thee i -Fat front ilie looks of lovo that circled round , , , , Tliy infancy. fThoii giv'si uj) tliy untlainrd heart, ! ' A priceless dower J Its treasures lavishing as summer clouds -""' Their fulness pour. Thy smile, shall fill thy husband's lioinc With sunlike rays ( And on that virgin brow shall light '. The matron's grace. The thought of duties well performed 0,u ' Shall wing thine hours; inJVnd new affections in thy heart Shall spring like fluwers, From lite A", P.. Puritan. A COUNTKUIJIiAST FIIOM MY MT TLI3 THUMl'ET, OR, A 1ICB ASD CUV 1UISHD A0A1.NST SMOKING, CHKWLN'G, AND SNUTFING. BV A.NTI-QITU. (To sing the praises of that glorious xvced, ( Dear to mankind, whate'er his race, his creed, " Condition, color, duelling, or degree, 1'rohi Zembla's snows to parched Arubia's sands, Loved by a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 September 1843

THE TARIFF WOOL. . i.i i. .1 ..,, mj"ilIU10"gll MO election la ji.ioi, it Is Correspondence of the Mat. KNQumr.it Orrioc, .jiot unless lo correct one of the misrepre- Dover, N. II. Thursday ntdrnliig, Sept; 31. j sentationsoftlio Patriot, as wo do by copy ing the annexed letter, addressed by Hon. tfliland Hall to the editor of the State Ban cr. Vt. Watchman. LETTER FROM MR. HALL. Enoch Davis, Esq. Sir : I learn from your paper that the fol lowing statement in relation to the tariff act i i i i- ;.. .1.- tr . 1 Daring Murder. A bold and daring murder whs committed at Rochester, about fifteen miles above this town, on Tuesday the 19th inst. In a remote part of the town, I'RtUJY, SEPT. S9, )83. -r ..jalB, -- liyRLlNGTON COLLEGE C. O. EASTMAN. writpr, signing his namo Vindex, in t0 ('Spirit of tho Ago" of the 14th inst., find in Hie W. O. Democrat of the SJIst inst., after quoting an article of ours which appeared in the I'hojiilx of (hp 8i inst. respecting the difficulty hal occurred b...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 September 1843

STOVES! JT. II. & W, H. ESTEBBROOE, NO. 4, BRICK ROW, "VTrTQULD nnnouncc to their friends anil 17 have recently scceived their Autumn and Winter stock nl sit)) JLj consist ing of a greater variety of patterns than usual, of which the following are a part, viz : Jmnrovcd Yankee Notion Green i$ Curtis' Elevated Oven Jiucklin's Patent Railway, - Jama Dana's National - ...... Johnson,. Cccr $ Cot's Double Oven Premium ... ii " Climax, A L S Johnson, Gecr S; Cox's Improved PARLOR STOVE tcith east columns. Stanley's Patent do. do. Ilcv. S. W, Hanks' Improved AIR TIGHT STOVES, perfectly made. These Stoves far exceed all others of the kind for neatness, elegance, convenience and saving of fuel, and are particularly adapted to keeping rooms and parlors. Also IJo.v Stores of all sizes; Fire Frames and Caldron Kettles j Russia and English Stove Pipe at wholesale and retail. Also a general assortment of IBollow Ware. A11 kinds of STOVE FURNITURE and SAP BOILERS made to order. Also An extens...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 September 1843

.THE CHAl'TEIl OF MISSES. T)io:riiir1lifj we.mect with imllfe. awaken ! lathis wire." fin ia MM-leit an well fin MisS-tllk 11. TkifS. iVhcrTTcdhrtcd MM Kid, and obtained tile fit'st I tllbttgllt ir) the Val tilth of my passion, That Pd.iiinke v great Ail in 'tlips. paining a -.Vim, Bui 'two's only a'Miss-calcutatioii". '.. For.so.many Missis surrounded MM Kid. . "Willi ifle affd iliy love Interfering J !A;cloil3'.ls-ru( put it into her head Thai slic ought not to give me a hearing. fday. There's a certain Miss-chance that 1 met with ono Who ne'csc,t.iny hopes to destruction, For she had a suspicion of" nil I might say And all owng to one Misf-conslructioii. Deceived by a Miss-inforrnatinn, 1 wrote, '"Th'o''chuie of her anger demanding: Miti-directivn prevented her gelling the note, And introduced Miss-undcrstamltng. When to rnnko.hrr my wire 1 cxultingly swore, Miss-bilirfmnAn her doubt my intention, Ahd I lieirly got wed to Miss-fort'ine, beftiie could wean her Irom Miss-npprchtnsi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 October 1843

EBMOITIP II CG NIX, CJT - ,?7 .!' B Y W HI . 33. 31 Y T II 33 It . B1UTTLEBORO, Vt. OCTOBER 6, 1843. VOL. X. NO. 6. THE DOOMED SON, FAMILY HONOR. This ia the title or a story of strange in terest, which wo copy from Douglass Jcr- rold'a Illuminated Magazine. The scene is laid in Canton do Vaud, in the year 1628. -The peasantry of that pari of the Swiss Highlands possess a strong feeling of family jiride. They can trace their lineage by au thentic histories to the first period of the .christian era, and many have been the title deeds for the small farms on which they la ikor, engjayed on copper, of the time of the Consuls.-r-iV. Y, American, The following is a domestic incident in the history of one of these families, which consisted of a father and mother, two-sons, the cutest oi twenty-live, the youngest but eighteen, and two daughters of intermediate ages. L he youngest son. a fair-haired, well formed boy, was one of those wild unmanage able lads who are at once the bane and 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. — 6 October 1843

m Bill. WEIISTEII'S SPEECH, AT THE AGRICULTURAL SUH'EIt. At a supper given by the officers of llio Ag ricultural Society, on Thursday evening lost, at Rochester, the President, Gcncrnl Jnmcs S. Wndsworth, after the cloth was removed, pro posed, "Tub IIf.w.th or tub Farm en ov Mins'iipip.M." Whereupon Mr. Webster rose, and delivered n speech, from the report of:" ... !.. .1.- M'.'.l ..... ...1. al... 1 which, published ill tho Tribune, we mako the following extracts. In reference to tho superior advantages, to individuals and society, of tho truly agricultu ral over the plantation interest, Mr Webster said: 'The diftVrenrc appears to be this: Tropi nfnifiMfmii ill nnn nrlii-li, 1 III l' p.al cultivation, the raising nf sugar, nco.collce, 'year, Tor their agricultural prtmui.is. , for example, is rather u mailer ol Commerce j amounts to several millions. II ' ive take the, than of Agriculture. It consists mainly in the Eastern port of Virginia and the Lwtern part a A .11 ... 1 ! ..f 1...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 October 1843

liATE I'OKEIGIV IVI3WS. TOTATi lr.STKUCTIOX OF TUT STL'AM SIIU MISSOUKI HY 1'IItK! Tlio Steam Ship Acadia arrived at Boston on Tuesday morning last, in 13 1-2 day from Liver pool. She brings Information of the total destruc. lion by fire, on the night of August 20, of the splen did Slcam Frigate Missouri, belonging to the Gov eminent of the United Stales, in the harbor of Gi braltar, where she arrived the day before, having on board Caleb Cushing, our Minuter to China. Her Lynde of Guilford crew, and all persons on board, were saved, Willi many valuable cil'ects. MAIUUE1), In thin village on Moudiy morning last, by llcv. Dr. Strong of Greenfield, Mr James M. Hint ol llarlturd, Cl., lu MUs ridclia NEW Fall and Winter Goods. IP UT TOW A' Qljtlll II, ARE this week reccii ing a large nnd sphn did Slock of GOODS, suitable lor thu WHIG STATU CONVENTION. A Convention of the Whigs ol Vermont will bo holden nt Montnelier. on THURSDAY, the l!)th dav ol October next, at 7 o'clock, 1'. M. for t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 October 1843

THE WISH. I've often wished to hive a friend With whom niT choicest hoars to spend, To whom 1 safely might impart Bach wish and weakness of my heart; Who might in ever sorrow cheer, Or mingle with my griefs a tear ; For whom alone I wish to be, And who would only lire for me. And to secure that Hiss tor life, 1 wish that friend to be ray wife. The following talc, told by the Montgom ery (Alabama) Advertiser, is another c dence that "Truth is strange Stranger than fiction " Some seven years ago a gentleman diec in Georgia, leaving a son about fourteen Tears old, and property to the amount about twenty thousand dollars. The exec utor. who had been a particular friend the old man, was about to place the boy at school, with the intention of siring him every opportunity of enjoying the benefit of a liberal education, when the boy sudden It disappeared, leaving it certain that the boy had cone off, but for what purpose what direction was unknown. The Guar dian wrote in every direction beg...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 October 1843

VERMONT PHEIIX. '' HP'""1"" ,1'IHIIHH BY W M . E. MY T II E It . BRATTLEBORO, Vt. OCTOBER 13, 1843. TOL. X. NO. 7. THE FAITHFUL SON. 1You ore too parsimonious,' said Mr. Dana lo onb of his clerks, as they were together in the counting-house one morning 'give flic leave to say that you do not dress suHi- cicntly genteel to appear as a clerk in a fashionable store.' Henry's face was suffused with a deep blush, and a tear trembled on his manly check. "Did I not know that your salary was suf ficient to provide more genteel habiliments, continued Mr. Dana, 'I would increase it.' 'My salary is sufficient ; amply sufficient sir,' replied Henry, in a voice choked with that proud independence of feeling which ipovcrty had not been able to divest him of. Ills employer noticed the agitation, and im mediately changed the subject. Mr. Dana was a man of immense wealth -and ample benevolence ; he was a widower and had but one child, a daughter, who was the pride of his declining years. She was not...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 October 1843

October 5, 1S43. ; G. C. HALL IS now opening his purchases of D 11 Y GOODS, bought in New lorfc, and would invite those who have pot an impression that- goods hare risen from examining those brought into this market early in the reason, to give him a call, when they will be satisfied that instead of advancing, many kinds arc nc .uarvyrorrcr than ever. WANTED AS ABOYE. 10,000 pounds good dairy Butler, 10,000 " Fleece Wool. 500 bushel Pea Deans. The highest market price paid for aH kinds ofProdnce in payment of Debts or in exchange for Goods. 6 .VJBlf Pali and Winter Goods. ISAAC GROUT HAS inst received from Boston n fall aatl -rime slock ol FALL and WINTER GOODS, selected with great care, which are nffi-rrd to the nahtic at the lowest prices lor cash, produce or pood credit. His stock consists in part of rich plain and Alnaeca. Chnsans. Lttoeltas, and M. de Laines, Merisxvs, Ladies CaroWets, fig'd poo.ls for children's dresses, ami an moos 01 ment ofGLOVES ari.1 HOSIERY, and sch othe...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 October 1843

KAIL KOAD. . W'c arc glad llint our citizens arc getting awoke on the subject or a Kail Hoad to this place. They are beginning not only to see, but deeply to feci, the Imiiortancc to Braltleboro and the region "round about," to have tho Fitchburg Kailroad extended ' Immediately to this village. There was a large nnd Interesting meeting held on Tuesday evening last, at Wheeler's Hall, for the purpose orconsidcr. ing the subject. Mr Crocker was present, and gave a somewhat detailed account of the condition and prospects ol tho Fitchburg Kail Koad. That road he says is in a healthy and prosperous condi tion. The Directors have made an important and advantageous purchase of land in Charlestown, Ms. Tor a depot. The road has been let to contractors nt 30 per cent below the estimates of the engineers. The iron for the road has been purchased in Eng land at a lower rate than any other purchase for a similar purpose, has ever been made. The Con tractors have taken a large amount ot stock wi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 October 1843

GIVING AND TAKING. .,,ltSincc for kissing you, my mollicr '-., Jliamcs and scolds mo (ill ttio clay, 4 , Ixstmo have it, quickly quickly Give mo back my kiss, ljpray. ' Dcn-she keeps so great a tumult Chides bo sharply looks so grave Do, my love, to please my mother, Give me back the kiss I gave. v ; Out upon you out upon you a One you gave me, two you take ; i Give mo back tho two, my darling, 1 Give them for my mother's sake. To Monnow. Who can tell how much 13 embraced In this question 1 Though a 'few'hours intervene between it and us tho' .iUxvill .soon commence its course who is there that can read its single pago and pro nounce the character of its events 1 To-morrow 1 Thoso who ore now gay may be sad. Those who arc now walking tho avenues to pleasure, led by tho hand of hope, may be the subjects ot intense sorrow. Prosperity may change into adversity. Those who are now on the mountain sum mit may bo in the valley. That rosy check ' may be overspread with paleness the step fal...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 October 1843

M HENIX MY W M . 12 . 11 Y T II 13 II . THE DAIRYMAN'S BILL,. A dark and stormy morning in February is not a time wlicn any one, who lias free dom of choice, will leave a warm fireside fqr a walk, in thd shelterless streets. But witjihe, worthy mart .whom wc arc about lo introduce to oqr readers, there wnsj io al ternative. Sandy Patterson was a dairyman in the suburbs of Edinburgh, wiio main tained Ills little family by the sale of the pro duce of two cows. Ills wife and their only child, a comely girl of nineteen, were all Sandy's household ; and every member of it took n share of the labor which supplied their few and humble wants. Their small cottage was neat and clean, as were also the inmates themselves, though their counte nances, on the rainy February night in ques- non, ueioKcncu ucprcsscu ana sorrowlul hearts. 'Heaven speed thee, gude man !' said the wife, as Sandy Patterson threw his plaid about shoulders, and prepared to en counter the blast without ; 'Heaven speed ye! 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. — 20 October 1843

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Fellow Citizens of the Scnnte and of the Jluuse oj licprcsentativcs : The Bad existence of slavery in many oLtlicy do to mc, convinciitg and iiiianswcra the elates orthisiUnion, sliould bo the causcfblc, tlio debt will, as the fund is udder Hid of deep liumiliation to the moralist, the pa-control of the Stale, be cancelled.. triot. and the christian ; but the continuance That a 1 arm oi tunics i" FJrst.of all, as it becomes the agents of a Df (,js ineffable curse in the District of Co- sufficient to supply all the rcnsonnble wants excite of the iNationnl uovcrnmciii, mm suniiuu thousands with a substantive and bona file intention A.II&l.Ul Ull, HO I UVKUdii-u . .... e . : vjf una IIICIMlUti; VUIPV III 111V 1ICIIIVit .... . . . I. !!-!.. --I ..t I i. .1 i, t .. religious people, let us puuiiwiy utmiuniwugw lumtiia, anu in mc icrritones.snouiu ilwl nivinn croodllCSS ill COUtinllitltf UlltO US'niir u-nrmrst indirrnnlinn. There, ihn our liberties, as a state, 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. — 20 October 1843

HOUSE. By Mr. Feck, for county conventions on Monday next, i) p. m, and joint assembly at 10 a. m. on Tuesday next, to complete county appointments ; adopted. The Chair announced the Committees on llulcs, viz. Messrs, Everett, Vilas and Whit tcninre. Bills Introduced. By Mr. Davis of Nor wich, to repeal the mililia act of 1812, which was referred to the Committco on Military Affairs. By Mr. Davis of N. rela tive to granting licenses to retailers of dis tilled spirits, and repealing the act of Nov. r, 1842, which was referred to the General Committee. The Senate camo in and a joint assembly w,is formed to receive tho report of the can vassing committee which was made as fol lows For Governor. Wholo number of votes, 60,234 Necessary to a choice, 25,118 John Mattocks, 21, l(i. Daniel Kellogg, 21",982 Charles K, Williams, !5,7(iO Scattering, 21 For Lieut. Governor. Whole number of voles, 49,874 Necessary to a choice, 24,'.K13 Horace Eaton, 24,:$S5 Wyllys Lyman, 21,1)02 Aaron Augicr, !Lf...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 October 1843

TIDINESS. Without going to tho full extent of thoso housewives who sometimes tell their slat ternly servants or children that cleanliness is next to godliness, I have a strong disposi tion to giva tidiness precedence of many vir tues that may. perhaps, consider themselves entitled to tako tho load, instead of follow ing in its train. Even when pushed to a fin ictai and fastidious nicety, it is nn excess in tho right direction ; for it it) surely better to go beyond the mark of neatness nnd regu larity,' than, to fall short of it. Tidiness has in it much thorc thaii meets the eye. It' will generally "boVound that d loVe of material ..i - . i I.- uiuw, uivuivua i iuvu ui iiiui ui uiuui, jur thcro is n much greater sympathy than is' commonly supposed, between corporeal and menial , habits, between tho outward and visible sign, and the inward sense of grace, so, that I should immediately predicate of n tidy person, Hint lie was a well-conducted person one disposed to set his house in or...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 October 1843

uL wiT J II IE W I X CTOBBR 27, 1843. VOL. X. NO. 9. I by wm. e. bytiibii. JB R A T TLEBORO, t. O II Prom the Christian Observer. WHEN IS TIIU TIME TO DIE 1 t kcd a glut and happy cliild, Whoso hands were filled with flowers, Whoso silvery laugh rang free and wild Among tho vincwrealhed bovvers ; I crossed its sunny path and cried, . ' 4,Vhcn is the lime lo die ?" "Not yel ! not ycl !" Iho child replied, And swiftly bounded by. 1 asked a maiden ; back she throw Tho tresses of her hair J Ciiuf linces o'er her check I knew, Like pearls they glistened there ; A flush passed o'er her lily brow, I heard her spirit sigh ; "Not now," she cried, " O no ! not now Youth is no time to d!o !'' 1 asked a mother, as she pressed Her first-born in her arms, As gently on her tender breast She hushed her babe's alarms ; In quivering tones her answer came Her eyes were dim with tears ; "My boy his mother's life must claim For many, many years." I questioned one in manhood's prime, Of proud and fearles...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 October 1843

Highly Important to CONSUMPTIVES. Till-: TIME HAS COME WHEN CONSUMPTION MJ1V HE CLASSED WITH THE CUItADLE DISEASES. THE SUBSCRIBER ANNOUNCES . . I- I l. II. . f I the gratifying intelligence that he has received from England a large supply of nucn.ijss Ilungni'i.'m Ilnlsnin of Iiifc ! The only Compound known to the Medical Faculty which will effect a SPEEDY AiD PERMANENT CURE or that DREAD FUL MALADY, CONSUMPTION, AND JILL DISEASES OF THE PVL MONAHY ORGANS. 'For the last six years the HUNGARIAN BALSAM has been in extensive u?e in Great urnain, anil inrougnoui nie irtiniiueni oi rope, where it has completely astounded the , Aledical Faculty, bv its unn'aralled success in the cure of THE MOST HOPELESS CASES 01 consumption ever orougni under tneir no-, .- 1.- 1 ... 1.. 1 .1 i I IIUC. Ill iUIUliU II IIUQ UILII IIIIIIIMtf 11(1 UIUI i thouiandj of all classe." in cases of the most 1 dancrtToutly Consuimilive character and the English papers are lull of cxlravnpanl culoai- . ... unw upon i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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