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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 May 1840

NOT THE GLORY O F C M S A 11 BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1840. VOL. XIII No. 674 GEORGIA. The following letter from u distinguish ed gentleman of Georgia, is a sign worth recording. It will bo remembered ttiat the " State Rights" party is in the ascen dancy in this State that the present members of Congress were elected as opponents of Van Huron. Tho letter Js an indication of the increasing popularity of Harrison at the South. The recent example of Virginia will not be lost upon Georgia: Washington Cur, Ard II, IS 10. My Dear Sir: The qielion ha, fruqnuully Iwii iulitvl, wli.it will Georgia do in tho approach ing I'loxlontiulroiitcst? My reply has Wen, "no l'or Van Huron, 1 nrusunit', as tliu Slate 1 ti? 1 ii- parly in December lat resolved m support ncitlior Van Jlurcii nor pimernl Harrison." 'Ihi.swill l e the result, if that " Mnnd nlool" eonr.-e be power veil in. When General Harrison was lirt nomi nated, 1 twiife-s 1 thuurlit that the proper conr.-...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 May 1840

ron rnr.siDKNT, WM. TTF.NRV TTA Ti.RTSON VICB l'RUSIDKNT. JOHN TYLER. Cl1-!-'- ! 1 - ' -J CUnt.VOCOF AMKlill'AN 01-TICKUS. lliirinp llic contest of licni'i-al .lack-on, however violent tliu opposition mumfe-ied itself towards Lint, no joiirir.il lli.it vc lemend er, etmrsi.il liim Willi want ol'eouriisi. I fe wns violent, unnciut)n, wnnlcd j1ul5mt.Mil, lacked discretion, its wii- Nlld ill 1I10 lime, siiid prohuhlv with come, truth; lnt si vlmrut! til cowardice, we believe, i;is 111 no m 'iiu '0 hrouuhl tiuiihist him. The friends til' fiell. .Ku'Umiii, nml wtiweii; iiiuoui? tlieni at that time, w.irne.l the. opposition that attempts to brim; into discredit those who h.ttl honoral ly sustained their country in trvimi time-, would never ho eoiin leii.int'e.l ly tlio people, tint! the ronlt proved that they were I'm h'. Singular us it may appear, the Miniij men who wintied the opposition not to n sr.il the miliitny services of Gen. .laeIon, aie now underatimi the well established claims...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 May 1840

FRIDAY M 0 U N I N G, M A Y. 2a Geoiuib W. llAnunn, tlio Tory Post Master of Montpclicr, and Nathan B. IIaswki.i., tlio salaried supcrintendnnt of tlio Break-Water in this placo, and a staunch Jefferson Democrat during the 'last war, liavo tapped the drum for a .'general rally, at Woodstock, of tlio oflico holders in tliis state. And wo liavo no 'doubt that tlio Marshall and Custom House Ofliccrs,Post Masters and Pension Agents mado quito a rcspcctablo turn out on tho occasion in point of numbers. These patriotic gentlemen, perceiving no doubt, that their term of office is most likely to expire some time in the courso of next March, probably wish to signalize their gratitude to their chief for the libe rality with which he has scattered tlio loaves and fishes among thorn heretofore. Or it may bo those paid patriots' arc so deluded as to believe that by an exhibition of so many long visages at one place and at tho samo time, they can excite the sympathy of the People and induce them ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 May 1840

From the Hoclicstcr Gem. TO THE CJLAYTONIA. " Dcniily ol Spring." Wo erect tlicc wiili a welcome warm, thou har binger of Spring- Of all its bright anil blooming tilings, llio earliest ollering i The first and fnirc.-t of the forms waked ly (ho south wind's breath, Tho earliest and the sweetest flower of Flora's vernal wreath! Tliou'rt welcome to our elimo again, thou loveliel of (lower?, Tliou'rt welcome to our woodland B'cl,? ntl" ,0 our forest bowers 5 Thou Idlest that the wintry storm hath reaved to seourge the carlh, And speahe.-t of thu opening Spring warbling her f.ong of mirth. Thou iliilt not come till Winter's wail licard no more 011 high, Nor till the tempest's clarion notes wore silent in the shy i Thou didst not rise till tli' early birds had tuned this joyous son?, Till Who bird's glee and lark's wild lay were poured the nir along; And then amidst the fcMivc scene, roused from thy cold, dark bed, Uy whispers! low of new born Spring, and iiiccne round thee shed, Thou re...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 May 1840

NOT THE G L O It Y OF CJJSA It O M u Blf X. B. STACY. jaVIA4i AND TAKING. K110M Tlir. Sl'ANISlI. Finer for kilng yon, my mother (Dailies ami m'oMs mc'nll tliuiliy, Let me have ii qniclJy (jiiiulily (live mu Lack my ki.M, 1 pray. Do she ki'Ojn soffrcat u tiiiniilt, Cliules K) !liiii'ly Io0k so grave Do my love to lilf:ie my molher Uiv'e mo bad: tliu Ui--, I gave. Out upon you out upon you One vofi trnvc, but two you take, Givo mb l ac!; the two my tlarlfnir, Give ilium for my mother'. siUo TRINITV COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, EUGLAND. l'OUTV YUARS AGO. It was a lovely morning; a remittance had arrived in the very nick of time; my two horses, were in excellent condition ; jitid 1 resolved u ith a college chum, to put in execution a long cherished scheme ot driving to London tandem. We sent our horses forward, got others at Cambridge, ond tossing Algebra and Anacharsis "to the dogs," started in high spirits. Wo ran up to London in style, went ball pitch to the play, and after a quiet breakfast ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 May 1840

V II I I) A Y M O It N I N 0, M A Y. 29 i& Ml & J !C 1 1,10 Socrc,!ll'''s roi,orl nbovo ,''.orrotl t0' it appears that tlio national uotn iucrcuscu six millions during tho year 18!W. Byl the sumo ratio, it will amount at the cndl of the present year to moro than seven teen millions of dollars I tid this is tlio price which thu pooplol of this country are obliged to pay for thel worst rulers with whom uny nation wasl ever cursed. This is the price wlnchl the people of tho United States must payl for tho destruction of their currency, thel doratiffomont of their commerce, thel breaking down of confidence, and the uni versal distress which pervades ovoryl rank of society. Nor is this all It is moral imposssibility that tho country should go on, without some extraordina ry measures being taken to raise the ne cessary funds. Government dare not ask I for a new issue of Treasury notes. They can hardly stagger under tho odium in curred by tho issues already made. llenco thev have n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 May 1840

rins. As many amino dead bodies have been I tlua from ilio Sicainloat Hotel. I 1 he number of burials which Imvo tnken plncu I to-day is about lifly, and many are still in a dan gcruu) ami iiyiug conuiuon. As oon as po'siblo we shall publish a list of tlin name of the killed, wounded, and those Miissinir whoso bodio-! have not I ecu found. Mean whilu we besr. the indulgence of our hind friend nnd patron (or a few days, in which time we shitll be able to Ret our olfice in some order. The Free Trader oillce building ha been crushed in and much shattered. Wu nre all in confusion, nnd surrounded by the destitute, the houseless, the wounded, nnd the dyinir. Our leautifnl eily is battered as if it had been stormed by nil the can non of Ansierlilz. Our t lot tit Hit China trees are II torn up. We are peeled und desolate. The City Hotel, through the kindnes of the proprietor', No.tli Harlow, lisq. has been thrown open to the waundoJ. lioetor Pollard, with his tistiul promptitude, has tnken ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 May 1840

There was a superstition onco very prevalent in England, that on Eastcr-clay tlio sun danced tit sunrise, an idea used us a comnarisonbv Sir John Suckling, in one of his verses, eulogizing a bollo of the dav: cr Icel .curat 1 her ncmeoai Like litllo ink-e peeped in nnd out, As if thev feared iho light; And, (ilil j-1'io dances hud a way Io sun upon nn r.aMeroay Were half s.o fine a .-iglit. BnAtiTiruii wottns. 'Tho thrco most ' ' ... 1 1 :.. ,i... ir,.,r.1.t. 1..., .,,. miKi. wnviM i ;o a. foa-mcen uuuiuiiui wurus in uiu uui;iiau i""s"i arc Mother, Homo, ana jicrtvon.' : .... I ,11in.ir enve A.md-fornow thou nrt-if cm thou ryuung .. .... ....... uU u. Anions ilio Mars alone in ili.-tnnre trembling, mat an mo uenuiy aim uumiv33 v.uir it'llliy swcri riuiiiini-ciiiii upuii my muw, Like a bright drop, thy joyous tear resembling. linr.uwi-.i.L.who died vomic, nnd has almost been forgolten, was n sweet pool, mul one ofniiieh promts. The cloning stanzas of Ins lines to "Marv" arc peculiarl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 June 1840

N O T T II I! (J 1, O H Y O F C Ai S A It IJ tJ T T II K XV K T F AllH F it 0 M K . BY M. B. STACY. VO?, XTIT No. 676 Tlic Funnel' of Aoi'Ut Itciitl. Cnn grateful freemen -ltlit hi.s claim--, Who barvely jlid defend ThiMr hvet nmi forluno on tlic Thame--, Tin.1 Farmer of North Hand 1 Tliu Fanner of North Hcnd, my hoy., 'I'lie Farmer of North Hcnd, We'll give a right goo.t hearty vote. To tliu Farmer of North Deiid. The trump of Funic In Moriclong Tin' Patriot's deeds vhall tell, wl Freedom'.- voice tin' strain prolong. The gladsome chorus swell. Thu ghulsonioelionis swell, my hoys, The cliuKoniouhoriii) swell, WVli join to-d.-iv m merry song, Tho gladsome cliuius .-well. The Chieftain heard the stirring drum, And bent his soldier how, Hut victor soon ho hasted home, lli farming lield-i to mow. Hi Cirlii'i"-f (!"!' " !, my bny- His farming fields to mow, Fxrlmntred the sahro fur thu seytlie, llis farming lields to mow. Tho'isli yontlilnl valor bravo'y won The laurel to his hrow, Yet ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 June 1840

K It 1 1) A Y MORN I .N G, J U N V. 5. ron rnnsiDENT, WM, HENRY HARRISON VICE mESIDCNT. JOHN TYLER. 1o tho-e who are fnniilinr with theo primitive dwelling, there, appealed to Le nothing wanting to awaken nil tho ufucmlions of Lye gone days. n n . t ..iit.. ilm ilnnr Imnir n broom nml a mop aaxe was MloMng in the end of ono of tlic loss proifctinij from tlio corner nnove, niitig n ,.,f,.n ,.J.-i.i.-i..!1'. nn old saddle nnd oiio horse ccar upon cacli side was nailed tho Mfn f vn rioiio wild anini!il, Mich as "coon 4" and rabbity wlnlu on the IKlgc was piacou a sniieiy pa r m deer's liom. Over nil, upon a nw. ningiiillcenl poll-, floated thu American llag, with the namea of linn iun and Tyler." Tlio nsscniblngo then organised, pass ed a. scries of spirited resolutions, listened to an address from Gen. llollcy, ono of STATE CONVENTION. Tlio advocates of retrenchment and reform in the National Government, all' lho Uurrisinn.g, delegates, partook of who are now opposed to titoso l'oyci"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 June 1840

' HonN a Veteiiam. "1 am a veteran in llio eaiise of democracy. I vn born so and luvo lived mi." I Mr. Uruiwy's cpceeh nt tlie V. IJiireiieunvetUion. Ontliis liint 0110 of our exchange pa- ! pcrs lolls an anocdoto which is nittclt to .umieratcdnlwctliero lire nmnv lush.-, IH Pt. A I10ISV JjOKO r olo lutein nilleant of lhe.nclves, hut of importance in the oir rej l,i,nsulf i Tcillissee, lis tl cailtli aggregate, M-oking a market nl tlio Lnt, mm m - return for which imported eommoditie-i will he dato for SOI110 potty oflice, and wllllo ad oTLKSS I dressing tho people, and spanking largely THE MAKKK1S' UorfAto Market, May 2(1. Tlio pi-eat western Maple', wheat, Hour and pork, continue to pour 111 iiur harbor, and it is with dillioiiliy that Millieient f pace can ho found to store it until eanul boat" can Ko hail to carry it forward. In addition to tli('su tnoneoniitry.nndlinally liniii.Utinllmtln.Iebtefl.! ('I ;, , jj- njj ,u oncc i,0 paused, raised lies which has so lung l.eeu standin...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 June 1840

From Blackwood's Magazine. JERUSALEM. 'Twns eve on Jerusalem '. (ilorioni ili ;rlow On llic vine-eovci-'d plain. On the mount's nimble brow, On tlii) Temple's broad snuideiir, Enthroned on its height Like n potfen-dotneil Me In mi ocean cfhirjit ; Ami tliu voice of Iiit multitudes Rose on tin- ulr, rroin the vale deep nml dim, Like n rich evening liymn. llnl whence conies that cry t 'Tis tlif cry of despair! What form stnnds on Zion 1 The prophet of wo ! J lis frame worn with tiavel, His locks living snow. His li.iml urusps n trumpet; The beau's Mooil rims chill At itsdcnlli-sniinding blast : All tlio tluiii'-aiulsiiio still Ami (ixins their srazc, Where, like ono i'rcni the, toinh, Tliesliro'.d seems to sui 11 Hound the loinr, spectral linih, Anil tin Iijk pour in thiuuler, 'J'hu terror to eonto ! "Thon'rt lovely, Jen-nlcm ! J.ovelv, yet stained; Thon'i tti lioiiV whelp, Jndalt ; Vet thou shall I e cham'oil. Thon'rt magnificent Xion 1 Yet tliourhaltle lone; The piltrniii of sorrow ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 June 1840

N O T T II 13 5 li ) It Y ) V C XI H A H ; It TJ T T It 1 4 )Y 14 I. V U j () if m U. BY U. B. STA01T. MllLINGT ON, VE It MO NT, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1840. VOL. XlV....No. l. i"mrnrTrmi"Tjr i"n i t" GENERAL IIAUUISON'S LETTER TO BOLIVAR. Tirr. following letter was addressed to ilolivar by General Harrison, when Ambassador Extra ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from the United States to the Republic of Colombia. It was suggested by the fear that liolivnr would yield to the exigencies of the times, and assume regal power, by converting the republican gov ernment of Colombia into a despotism. General Harrison immediately conceived the purpose of dissuading him from a design so inimical and fatal to the cause of l'cpublicanism. Hocota, September 27, 1?29. Sin, If there is nny thing in tho style, the matter, or the object of this letter, which is calculated to give offence to your Excellency, I am persuaded you will readily forgive it, when you reflect on the motive which induced me to ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 June 1840

FHE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS One prcslelrntlnl term an economical adminis tration a sonnet currency n piotcctlnt; tariff low salaries nnd full prlrcs for lalior, and (he products of labor, ron rnesiocsT, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. ron v i c i! r n r. s 1 n i: V t. JOHN TYLBR, Of Virginia. " In all ages and nil counlries, it lias been observed, that the cultivators of (ho roil arc those who arc least willing to part with their rights, and submit themselves to the will of a master. Wm. II. 1I.miiiis.ov. " The people of the United Mores May they ever remember, thai, to preserve their liberties, ihcy must do their own voting and their own fighting. HAnniso.s. "Tub r.i.r.sfiNCs op TiioesAKns ov woMr.rt and niiuinr.N, nr.ct r,i rno.M Tin: scammno knh'B or tiir iiUTiw.r.i.h3 savaob or tub wttur.HNiipp, and rnoi tup. TILL StOIlK RAVAOi: ?ttOCTOR, tll'ST O.N HAltKI.SOX Avn ills UU.LANT aiimv." .Viiiiod Snyder's M:Mige to the 1'cniisylraiiitt l.egislalure,lJceembtr ICth, 1SI3. "T1IK PHOSP13CT BEFOl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 June 1840

to thorn than miy oilier President since the foun dation of our government Ilia administration, so far from being regulated by the economy recommended by him in his late mcssago lias been extravagantly expensive and profligate. The only attempts of his friends in Congress to practice the economy thus recom mended have been the following : First, an effort to repeal the pension laws, thereby depriving the war worn veterans of the revolution and their aged widows of the stipend given them by the government ns a small com pensation for their losses and Buffering whilst struggling for the liberty which we have so long enjoyed. Secondly tho passage of the odious Hti1t .eatu iry bill in tho Senate, a mcasuro advocated ami niKininod bv administration senators upon the ground that its passage would reduce tho price of labor to the standard ol hard money gocnmiums. Nnnttemnt has been made to reduce tho pay vt office holders, nor to reduce their number, but on the contrary the party in power ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 June 1840

vm gin iiwiwiwan mm 11 He touched hi Itnrp, nnd natintihcnnl)ciiirnnceil,' ron Tin: tient.lsiOTO.s' riii'.r. l'litisH. 11III.01F.NU. 1 havo often heard tlic derivation of this Word inquired for, hut oh yet havo never fcoii or heard nti answer. I hints recti it spelled in va tiotis way, hut write it ns above for the sake oftho derivation I intend to give il. If I'm tvronjj in iny conjecture, I'll thank any one to ct mo to right h ; or if any one can pvo a hot ter derivation, Ict'n have it ; for uuroly thu his tory of ho common a word ought to lie made public. Perhaps every jrniitlcinaii and lady who have given and received l'hilopcnc presents, arc not aware, that every time they pronounce the word they utter the sentence, "I almoul love you !" l'hilopcnc being a compound of phUns, a lover, and pene almost ! Therefore, gentle men and ladies, when hereafter you happen to find a nutshell in whose embrace twin niecls arc enshrined, don't fail to cat one yourselves, hut bo rather particul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 June 1840

NOT TUB GLORY OP CJESARj BUT TUB WELFARE O F ROME. BYH. B. STAGY. JJU11LINGT0N, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1840. Yo"l. XIV....N0. a. " SVUHS, Hiding whips nnd Cnne, nt llio Variety Siore. June II. I'axoiioiiv tt Hmnimaii). LIIIEHATIOX ! TliisiiTliliLM that I have given my son, E.rn I'nrco, hi limu ilnr'nir his l tt i nority ; and rehuipii.lied nil claim to hl-cnniing-'. Hnnlimrton, Vt. June 1, 1810. JAM:'. KAROO. 5000 re TIV WAItK. Ton niinrt I'lius l.wu mx no no 2500 pailincrleil ize, together wilh a large nnd general ttoriinenl of all hinds (if write, now on hand and for nlo by June 10. Vila, I.oomh & Co. 1 HO IMiATU, Ac. 1 JJ boxcsTin plan-, J X, 20 do I X square do 100 bundle- Iron wire, nsorled no., loci-tlior with a general assortment of Sheet Iron, Copper, Itiv ilt, eto, for sale by June 10 VII.AS, I.UO.M1S ft Co. SJ( Sheeting, Shlrtlnc, Vrlnts, Ac. 0J bales .1-1 brown sheeting, 5 do do shirting, 10 do Ticking, 3 eae -l-l bleach Shecliug, 10 do American Print-, lor Mile bv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 June 1840

www imu Hut Mr. Harris mid lii " InlUionlial family nml connoxioiti1' wore not to bo turned en tirely adrift. Tho "stem" Administration having resolved to turn linn out, were will- I ing to make amends lor their unwonted se verity liy putting liis friend in. Mr. Harris, on laying down tlio responsibilities ol ollice, I addressed a latter to tlio President of tho U. States, of which wo subjoin the conclusion: "la conclusion, 1 w ill titUo tlio liberty ui tecum icud.ng to y-Hi fur appointment ns mv successor, Col. Joidcu It. liovd, of Attala county. You aro probably cii'innitftl wilii lin public diameter, ns liu lin- ucen for fviral winters n m nniiticnt member of our btnto . , for s-wcrai tviiitcrsii prnnr.ticni incnweroi our ouno Omc presidential trnn -an ccmionilrnl artt 11 n - j;,,,,,,, ,,mj ms throughout an a .hut sup-iratltm-n sound furrciipy n lirolccUi n? l.u m ftfr uf ..1)llr ..iminjimntion, mid mi unyielding nd- low i.alarles -and full prices toi .aim, 'vuc;it(, ()f (, j,,.;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 June 1840

T 'f i"i I ii mi i hi mini 1 1 in j a m CARD. Our brethren of the l'ress, who may attend Die Convention on the S.V.h, arc respectfully no tified that tho string to our cabin will not bo pulled In on that occasion, and as many of thcin na can inalto It in their way to call upon us, will be furnished with a plate at our table, and nuch faro as tho farm produces. Wo have a pare bed or two, two imposing bioiics, and a foft pino floor; and our friends can "jeff" for the choice. Our house in connected with tho office, near tho " log cabin." Tnc State Cokvextion. Oar lliirliiigton friends iiru unking til orou.diprcpnrutions fnrneeoiiiinodatiiif; the Whigs of tho ritulo on the 2.th. Arrangements have been made with tho steamboat to rarry for half price, and every whin house is to lie a hotel for tho occasion. It' this will not accommodate nil, friend 5tacy pays "There's tho park, has got a jjoo.1 fence nrouud it, there's a glorious sky above it, and if the 'ales are kept shut, a (,'ood wlii...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 June 1840

Ho touched bin Harp, nml nntioiii!nar(!,riiiriincci!." ro inr. tcnnxoTO.v rti:n rnr.3. Mn. KtiiTOni Your corrwpondcnt "0." lifts given to your readers hi opinion of the derivation mid i-.t,.,.....,,l in,ilnni,P.' n In. stnllg it. Vull you allow 1110 it coma to vsmas my iliwiit front hit judgment upon this rccomtnc subject 1 1 cannot lie lievc, s-ir, tint cither you or year rentiers will consider it nn unimportant matter! for no one, specially no 'lord of creation,' can lo hliml to the tcrrildu conse quences of fdoitiug tlitt ilitripietiition niv.il to tlic wnrdt.v '.' Jii-t .iipposc, Mr, that .01110 luelslcs wight shall liiivu f.'mic through this injurious eerr inony in doc form, villi come umjcniledanic, in utter iKnoratireof tlio pi ihaps fatal eoiiseiiuciue of hi-1 net. JJetir in ii.'.iul that ihw i1 1111 "-' hon every lady hn come, 'wins raws;' nml ln-ulem ma.imJ ahmil the rights of wpinnif.' that it has l.eeii ruenlly dis covered that a it'iiutum m;'. of what men rail ' filthy ...

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