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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 October 1843

REFORM. I There is much said and written at the present ' day on the subject of Reform. Many earnest minds j i- . i . .1 -i .1 . ..." . . nrc directed to the ev.l, that exist in society and to I their remedy. There seems to bo a very general feeling abroad that all is not right, even in the best I rami ale.l r.nrnmiln it n An. I i ....I ' feeling their way through the darkness that hangs over society, to a brighter day in the distance. As we glance our eye over the pages of history, we j I I Z ., " -""." see llicni either blackened with crime or reddened with human gore. War has devastated the earth : it has been made a trade : it has been practiced as an art : it has called to its aid the greatest skill, and the deepest science. Nothing has been so 'systematized, and so perfected as the art the hor rible and bloody art of taking human life I slavery has blackened the pace of history. It has, from the earliest times, trampled upon tho ! rights ol man. Formerly the cantlves in war we...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 October 1843

For Sale or Rent. THIS Tannery and Duelling House, with all tlio Lands, Tools, and fixtures, located in this village, and formerly owned and occu pied bv A. IUnncn. It will be sold low, and a liberal credit given for a suitable portion or the purchase- money, or it will be rented on such "terms as will accommodate any enterpri sing mechanic. For particulars enquire ; ' J. S 1 KEN Brnttleboro, October C, 1943. 7 Attention Blacksmiths! For Sale ov to ffjd. milE subscriber will sell, or rent, his Mack- smith shop in the village of Fayettcville, Niuvftinp. It is one of the best locations for a Blacksmith in the county. lie also will sell or tent tins tools and fixtures belonging to said shop, if desired. IIo lias also on hand a quan tity of Iron, &c., which ho wilj sell on loa.-ou- ablo terms. Immediate possession given to the premises. WILLIAM II. OSGOOD. Fnyetteville, Oct. 0, 1813. 7 STATE OP VEMONT. WINDHAM, SS. Polly Ellis, by Orlen Pratt, her next friend, Complainant, vs. Willi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 November 1843

VERMONT FH(ENIX. 3M . &5r" rYt A mnninnnl l?5Sf AO IIIU SLlIItyl I iall' Public. Improvement in whatever regards the happiness nnd welfare of our race is constantly on the march to perfection, and with each succcedingdsy some new problem is solved, or some profound seciet re vealed, having nn important and direct bearing overman's highest destinies. If we take a retro sn'cctivc view over the past twenty years, how is me minu sirncrc wmi wonucr: wiini raniu sinues rallvc Vncans recently discovered llmmgh the agen cy of chemistry ! How does the imagination kindle and our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near Approach to the standard of perfection, of the present lime ! Through the elaborate investigations of Physiology, or the science of Lite, and the Pathol ogy of prevalent diseases, much valuable practical knowledge has been gained. In consequence ol becjining acquainted with the organization, the ele ments ofthc various tissues and structure of the system, remedies have be...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 November 1843

Farm at Auction. BY vlrtuo of a deed of assign ment from Preston W, Tnft, , of Putney, tho undersigned will JSiSZSexnose for snlo to tho lilRhcdt bid- iler, on this first Tuesdny ol November next, (if not previously imposed 01 ni privuiL suit-,; at onCb'clock P. M., on the premises, tho '. rnrui oi' lfJl Acres, now in the occupancy ol said Toft. It is con vcnicihtly divided into pasturing, wood, mow ing, mid tlllnge land, nnd is good for corn and Rioim, 11 iui an w iuiiu, v K'lfld Z r JjK. fe ",nfi very V1eanMlv situated in tho midst ol n good ' -i .'. :i- r.... ii... ,,:n,.. .i society, about two miles Irnm the village, and on the'snmo stream. It is peculiarly well wa tered"; and cuts about &ORTY TONS OF HAY! Tho buildings on the premises consist of a one story 'house, 3 barns, a corn barn, &c. tty?Part of the purchase money will be rc quiredVp'on delivery of the deed, or secured to be paid t(io 1st of April next. Credit can bo given, fo'r the balance, secured upon tho furm...

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

FRIDAY, ItOV.fi, 1843. BRATTLEBORO AND FITCIIBURG RAIL ROAD. Vc arc happy to announce to our renders, that the Bill to Incorporate the Brallleboro and Kilch burg Hail Road Company lias passed both Homes of our Legislature. It has passed too without any of those restrictions, which some of the members attempted to have attached to it, and which might have materially affected the success of the enter prise. The billj we believe, is entirely satisfactory to the petitioners. It wilt unquestionably receive the signature of the Governor. Thus one good f step is already taken towards the accomplishment of this, important project. We learn that the sur-1 vey, Wjhicli.il now making of the various routes be-1 Iwcen.llns place and rilcuburg, lias thus tar proved favorable. We understand that from Fitchburg to Alhol the rise will in no instance be over fitly feet to the mile. And it is well ascertained that the route from, that place down Miller's river, and up through Northfield to Brallleboro...

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

of Fruit Trees. Tins' month is cs tfeerrieJ by many as favorable for pruning as 'aWof the spring months. The spring and "winter are regarded as the least favorable, vultahcu'd be generally understood that good, largo and fair fruit cannot be had v';thoiit the most diligent cultivation, ond ilevory farmer, should practice accordingly. "The grounds should be carefully stirred around every fruit tree, and about an eighth 'part of a common buck of good compost placed about each large tree this fall : and 'in view of the great number of facts dis closed in relation to the clTect of salt and 'salfpcter, we cannot withhold our belief that ithese articles in a limited quantity should be 'constituents of this compost together with "alkaline substances. Every farmer should give as much attention to his orchard as to uthe cultivation of his corn or any other crop 'on the farm, for by so doing he will derive a greater profit from his labor. Boston 7'rav " eller. ' Cure for Drunkenness. A woman ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 November 1843

VERMONT PHffiWIX. .'At BRATTLEBORO, Vt. NOVEMBER 10, 1843. BY WM. E. KY Til Kit. YOL. X. NO. 11. To the American Public. Improvement in whatever regards llic happiness Kit welfare of our race is constantly on the march to perfection, and with each succeeding day some rfevv1 problem is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, having an important and direct bearing over insti's Inchest destinies. It wc take a retro spective view over the past twenty years, how is iia uiu ihiiiu shuck wiui wuuucr : iruai life know ease, now valuable anil iii(li.icns ratlve means recently discovered through the agon cy oi cuei nd 'our i approach lime I IliroUL'li the elaborate invcstiir I'llysiology, or the science of Llrr., and the Pathol ogy of prevalent diseases, much valuable practical knowledge has been gained. In consequence oi becoming acquainted with the organization, the ele ments of the various tissues and structure of the covered exactly adapted to combine with, neutral izcartd expel morbif...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 November 1843

Mills, Blouse, Blarn, &c. ''FOR SALE. TV HE subscriber oilers lor saio his A rinl nutate Ivinc ill Ilincsburg, ln the Vf3l port of Guilford, consiat- Linp; of a new house, aa oy o", u "-" 18 hv 30, nttnclii'il to lite nouse a nam, u bv S0 all built tin-' patt year. Also, n saw mill, nin! ahlngle mill, on n good atrenm ofwn twr, mid n (jooil run of custom. A liberal creil htfiiven' for tho most part of the purchase money. UU3SEL WARRIiN. . Guilford, Nov. 1, 13-13. 10 MW Farm for Sale. riMlE subcriber oilers Inr sale ms Farm, situated in Londonderry, n.ininiiiiiin inn nr.rcii of cood land, UAMiSclchtv of which, with the buildings (horVin, niuiallng nf n House nnd Darn, is of- fcfeu nt tbe' low price oi nvc iiiiiiiuvu uumua, or I he whole for six hundred dollars. Said t'brm'h proportioned into mowing, pasturing, riml plow land, nnd is well watered ami fenced. Aiiv person wishing for n good farm nt a low price, will please call and close th- trade imme diately. JOBL THOMPSON. London...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 November 1843

improvements in agriculture, nml the increns-' ing facilities Tor transportation, tlint we recng-1 nise. 03 tho only means of creatine nml ncrnci- uating a market for our surplus produee, Iho parnmount importance of a Protective Tnriir, and tio permanent continuance o( the Protec tive pnjicy, ns regards the encourngement of Manufactures, Agriculture, and the various Mechanic Arts. Resolved, That the existing tarilf. therefore, meets tl tiest which mo nainolisin and nersevcrun? forts of a Whig Congress could extort from n traitorous Executive and a factious minority. That in this tarilf are nlrcady to he traced tho restoration of confidence, the revival of btisi- JVoiv'offcvs for A. 12. 1WIIELL, sate at his J"ew SSrlctc Stove, tagc House, WOOLENS. WVosltMhe A InrrrA nnrtmnnl aP 7t 7? H A Tint. Ck 7'f TS! ntwl n A SUOTtm 1 72 S3 tJnw..1 Wnnl Z tZiZu -T,0!1 ".""."PP.0"' nolns Dyed English JiEA VER CLOTHS, nt groat bargains. Pilot Cloths, whito and col'd St Which 'the1 pat'ffiism ami ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 November 1843

fatviw t 17 - -Sirtiitne annirtriary of the Vermont Historical aniAntiqvtirian Society at Montpelitr, Oct. 20, 1843. Iio-all tVllrtY borders ! Vcrmontors, come down, WllbydiJr breeches.of deerskin, and jackets of ""brown' Wlthynurired woolen cnps, and your moccasins, W.como,.' To tho gathering summons ot trumpet and drum. HMt - "' Come, dowrl with your riilcs ! let grey wolf and ,fux, , Ilowl.on In, tf io shade of tliuir primitive rocks; Let the'bear feed securely from pig-pen and stall ; Here's i'two-lcgged game for your powder and ball. On ouV South' como llic Dutchmen, enveloped in grease ; And, arniing.for battle, while canting of peace ; On our Eisl,' crafty Mcthccli 1 has gathered his K,,iand, To bang up our leaders, and cat out our land. jio all to' the rescue I For Satan shall work No gain for his legions of Hampshire and York ! They clnTm oUr possessions, the pitiful knaves The tribute we pay, shall be prisons and graves! r' 'i ' Let.Clintpn and Ten Brock, with bribes In th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 November 1843

M 1 1 IE I X B Y - IV M. E. 11 Y T II 13 It . B11ATTLEB0R0, Vt. NOVEMBER 17, 1843. VOL. X. NO. 12. To the American Public. , Improvement in whatever regards the happiness and we 1 fire of our race is constantly on the march to perfection, and 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 we take a retro epeclive view over the past twenty years, how is the mjnd struck with wonder ! What rapid stride lias 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. How valuable and indispensable are the cu rative means recently discovered thtough the agen cy ofchemistry ! How does the imagination kindle nd our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near approachtothe standard of perfection, of the present time ! Through the elaborate investigations of t'hysiology, or the science of Life,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 November 1843

LEGISLATURE OF VG1WIONT. SENATE. Tuesday, Oct. 31. Mr A AI1rti nnllnd 111) the bill rcl.lt I II 2 toil ti, ...iiiiin . it wn rcnil a third time and till llllllliu " passed ... . 1 1 J UkJ Ui HOUSE. I. ito mmii. team., military affairs., that it is inexpedient , Alabama on the hue of Gen. Jackson thr.nv further to legislate on the subjects of com- "iijust censure upon the court, and are of a pcusaiinn to the militia, and election of of- party character, and therefore it is .nexpe leers, and on the militia generally, By ju-, d.cnt to act upon them. 1 he minority d.s: dicinry committee, that it is not expedient J feted, and the resolutions and report were or cousillillionai 10 lax uaciicwra iui wu support of indigent maiden ladies. Tin?, Senate came in, and the following elections were made : . Ililond Hall, of Bennington, Bank Com missioner and Bank Committee. Hall, 127; John S. Pcttibone, 97 ; scattering, -I, for Commissioner; for Committee, Hall I'M; Tims. B.irllctt, Jr. D7; scatter...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 November 1843

LOOK OUT FOR TUB ENGINE WHILE I KAIL KOAD CONVENTION. . , i THE 11ELL KINGS. The friends or the extension of the Bo..tn,n It All. IIOAD MEETING AT lUTNEY.'nJ Fitchburif Unit Road to Brattleboro. Luke The Inhabitants ofl'ntncy friendly to a continu-! Champlain, mid Canada, are requested to imrl r.l lino of Kail Bond from Kitcliburir to Lako Chain-! in Convention at Brnttleboro on I ULSDAi , plain, via tho "fertile talleij of tin Connecticut, met at the Congregational meeting house on Mnn day evening, Hie lith Inst., and organized liy choos ing Hun. l'hincas White, President, and 1'. H. Chandler, Secretary. (Inn. 1). Crawford, John Kimball, Esq., and R. W; Kcyes were appointed committee to report res olutions. After listening for two hours to a highly instructive and eloquent address from Alvah dock er, Esq.) President of the Fitchburg Rail Road, Mr Neycs, lrom me committee, reporteu me lonowinc Preamble and Resolutions, which were adopted unanimously : W'iikheas, it is proposed to co...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 November 1843

'HBn6MANCE OF ' MATRIMONY. Mr. J. Mf 'Batoheldor, of Saco, Maine, was recent ly married to Mrs. E. C. Bcardsley, of New Y,or. The New York Bulletin, in giving place to the announcement, says : .Something like a ear and a half ago Mr. Batchcldcr, the groom aforesaid, was united in marriage to a lady whoso health was so delicate that they immediately set sail for Vera Cruz, in the hope that the voyage would bo beneficial to her. They had for fellow passengers Mrs. E. Constantia Beards ley, the bride aforesaid who was accompa nying her then husband to Vera Cruz for the improvement of his health. But fate had ordained a disappointment to both par ties, and Mrs. Batchcldcr and Mr. Beards ley both went "the way of all flesh." The bereaved widower, as soon as propriety would admit, addressed himself to tho dis consolate widow, and proposed, as a conso lation to their respective afflictions, that they should supply to each oilier the places of their dear, departed mates. But Mrs. Bcardsley,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 November 1843

VERMONT PH(EIIX. "rH .,1) moil BY W M . E. KVTU 12 It . BRATTLEBORO, Vt. NOVEMBER 247 18 43. VOL. X. NO. 13. JLaivs of Vermont 1815J. No. 1 An Act, fixing the times for holding the County Court in Washington County. It is hereby enacted by the General Assembly of me nuiie 01 Vermont, as loiiows : Sr.c, 1, The county court Tor the county ol AVashinirton, sliall be held at Motitnelicr. in said county of W ashington, on the third Tuesday of .April ana iNovcmticr m cncli year. Sec. 2. Such of the provisions or the act to which tills is an amendment, as. re 'inconsistent wiin tne provisions ol tins act, arc licreliy repealed, jippruvcu nov. j, ici.i. .No. 2. An Act, relating to the sale of property n execution. It is hereby enacted by the General Assembly of m: buiu; ui v eiiuuiu, us iuiiows : Sec. 1. When an officer, holding an execution, shall levy the same on hay, grain in the straw, po tatoes, limber, lumber,.btick, lime, coal, charcoal, nshes, machinery used In any shop, mill, or lu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 November 1843

From ths Itarre Gaietti. SINGULAR AND SOIll'RISINO THEFT -. ' 11 Y A WOMAN. A great degree of excitement lias pre vailed in our town for a day or two past, in consequence of tlie discovery of a largo quantity of stolen goods in n quarter where they? would have been last looked for. It has-been known for more than a year past that a very extensive gamo of pilfering from several dry goods shops in this town was carried On, and suspicion has changed into var.iou.i quarters without sealing with cer "talnty upon any one. On Tuesday a wo ' man was seen in the store of Woods, Field &, Co., to put an article slyly in Iter in lift. To he farther satisfied, another suitable ar ticle was placed in the way and that disap peared in tho same receptacle. On being charged, she confessed the theft and re turned the articles specified. It subsequent ly appeared that at the same time she took several other articles, which she carried home. The woman was Mrs. Harriet Smith, wife of Mr. Josiah Smith...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 November 1843

, TWITCHELL'S EXPRESS. I TEXAS. Mr. GcNi-.nr Twitchbm., lbs "land adml- There arc evident tokens tint ttie plan of annex raP'of Massachusetts, the Napotean ol stage , ing Texas to the Union is not yet abandoned j and proprietors, has performed a Pent which is with- j many reasons to apprehend that thia infamous pro. out parallel in the history of expresses. He jcct jl be brought before Connresa at their next collected the return, of the voles In every town . ion. sh(iu)d it be ,efiouaI r d t0 nnncx in the Couniiesol Worceter,Hampden,Hatnp- ,,,, - ., , , ... 1 " " shire, Franklin, and Berkshire, with the ex- 1 1,1 Tfr"ory to our., it is easy to Tore.ec that a Cation of th'ee in the last, and delivered , tlorm w,,lbe ra,scd nleaV " hequelled. To.uch them at the office of the Boston Atlas, before ia 'nf""re the North never can, and never will 2 o'clock on Tuesday morning. His arrange- submit. However divided we may be on other men is were made to have every return at Wor- i subject, on...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 November 1843

LINES Written on tin denlh of Mr. Ihitton, wifc of Mr Thoinai Dulton of FayettcviUe, wlw men vciou ,And has thy gentle spirit fled, Mutt thou be nuinl r'd with the detil Ah 1 yc, thy nmrtal dust remaina ' With kindred dint, but freed from pains. Thy spirit pure ia Treed from clay, Jfas aonr'd to blissful realm oway Where angels tunc their heavenly lyres, , Christ call'd thee home to join their choirs. , Wc would nut cnll thee back again, To thia vile earth to miflVr pain, But rather luvve thee divert above-, With Clir'mt, and sing his dying love. When thy frame was rnck'd, thy body pain'd, Thou murmur'd not, nor e'en coinplain'd, A heavenly smile thy features wore, Redolent of love, when thy strifc was o'er. Thy loving friends did all to save Thy body from the '-cruel grave Relentless death, he would but sue For nature's debt, already duo. Thy children grieve for their mother dear, And wish awhile thy sojourn here; They read the Christian's proinis'd test, And feel llieir loss is th...

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

.1 T"Eti"v A mi HIM i' i'iniJ nt Hill nu twni ni ul xin-fiii'oa hium' i 'I.', IS'Vj. 1tlt ,1lj,ll.' 1 ' " '1 ! U V.'l. liptl K.i.l 1. VERMONT PIKEUr IX: BKATTLEBOllO, Vt. DECEMBER 1, 1843. vol. x;-ori';. 11 Y W M E . 11 Y T II 1 JLnws of Vermont 1813. No. 27. Alt Act, in amendment of "An Act In relation to the Alilil'm " It it hereby enacted by tlia General Assembly of lUe Statu of Vennuiit, a follows; Sec. 1. All fine under tbc lljOtli section, 17Glli section, 177th section, I7dtli section, 17t)lh section, ItJOth section, lglst section, 182d section, 18d sec tion, nnd atllch! foiicth of tbe 2J()Ui section, and all fines and forfeitures to bo paid by the non-com-missioned officers, musicians and privates, when no other method of collecting the samp is pointed out thy law, shall be collected as follows : The clerk, of each company, within five days aX (er each training, (mister r drill, or any forfeiture shall have been incurred, shall make complaint, in writing, against all delinque...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 December 1843

ngrccd upon that on Sunday night, Josiah Bhould commence his courtship. Accor dingly, after supper he mounted his horse, and etartcd, with much fear and trembling, for Squire Jcpson's. He rode very slow, that he might con over what he had to say to bnl I i but after thinkinc over many forms of tfpeeeb, he arrived at the house quite nt loss liow to open his heart. Having tied his horse to a lence, lie thought lie would re- connoitre the prcjniscs bctore going in; hut altho' tjiere was a light in the silting room, the curtains were draw n, and nothing could be discovered. After walking round tho house wo or three times, and going so often to tho fence to sec if his horse was lied securely, he finally made a desperate bitbrt, went to the well and took a drink from the bucket, and then gave a rap on the door. . "Walk in," bawled tho Squire. After fumbling pome time, ho finally raised the latch, and entered. "Why, Josiah Baker 1" exclaimed the Squire. "Why, Mr. Baker I" echoed his wife i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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