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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 June 1840

NOT TUB GIiORY OF O S A S BUT TUB WELFARE OF HOME. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 3. CHOWJf l-IiAI-S. lWlfmd, sjarnnnc nnd Clinton crown by J & J. 11. l'KCK & Co. SALUKATUS. 10 cuv, hv Juno 19. J.t "J. l'KCK & Co. OTASII KhTl'LtM contanly on linittl ly June 1!) J. it J.H. l'KCK & Co. GM1NDSTON13S, by June 7. J. it J. II. l'KCK i. Co. POtVDKIt.-lOO kegs ly June 111. J. it .1. II. IV.ck it Co. '17 LO UK. Troy, Olilo nul Miehiaan, constantly ,V icceivititf ly J. it J. JI. l'ixu it Co. WIXDSOU niVFillS, i,r sale nt the variety store. I'ANOHCRX & UUINSMAli). PUHS, Killing whips and I'mies, nt the Variety oioro. .nine 11. I'ANnntnN Sc IUiinsmaiI). I?A10VEIilS SlIOUS. a full a..orimcul pist . reo'd ami for vale hv H. W. OATbIN & Co. WOOL TWINE for snlo at I10WAM3. in2S BONX IITS. Tit-can ami IJnuli.i. -iraw UoiincTs of the latest fashions, just received ami for sale clieapby 1 l)OQbnT,.F. CIOXGHESS 1VATI3H, Jtlst receive...

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. — 26 June 1840

trails ipribss Otic presidential U-rm nil economical adminis tration -n sound, currency a pi ntcrUm: ttulll' low salaries- :i ml lull prices for labor, ivutl (lie pro.lucts ol'labui'. r o n r it r. ts 1 1 v. s t. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. r o n vice r n r. b i n n n t. JOHN TYLER, Of Vlrffinia. " In nil ages and nil countries", it hnsbcen observed, that the cultivators nf tlic toil nrc (hose who nrc lc.it willing to part with their rights, and submit themselves to the will of a master. Wm. II. Ha-imson. " The people of the United Slates May llicy ever remember, that, to preserve their liberties', they must do their own voting ami their own fiyhtitig. ll.Mir.isoN-. "Tub nt.r.dtxos or Titors.vNns or woMr.s ash ciutiiRf.K, m-scct-u rnoMTiir. teAi.riNa Ksirii crinu nt-TiiLKKs savaou oi'Tiir vvi.iu:nscss, anii mo'Itue till stow, savaof; rnocTon, hf.st on HARRISON aj.0 ins gallskt Ansiv." Simon Snyder's Mssagc to the 1'cnnsyhania l,cfilalure,lecember 0tk 1813, CfiNEllAL HAHRISOiVS SPKIiClI ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 June 1840

i rice In pursuit of Vandovendur. AT, V. Commercial 4drtrtittr. Tut Inventor or PiuN-rista. At tho last nnnlvcr mty of tho Newspaper Press Hcnovolcnt Association of London, Mr. Lender, M. P. in alluding to tlio ml vantages which result rrum thort of printing, re ferred to tlio subscription now going forward on tlio Continent nnd in l'.tiglatid, fur a nionutncnt to tlio memory of John Uiittcinburg. tho inventor of print ing, to bo erected at Strasbtirgh, in 1R 10. Thcinoiiii inent consists of a hroiro statute of Gutteniburg, with o printing press before him, from which he isnboui to draw a proof, nnd of four bas-reliefs representing the benefits of printing in iho four quarters of tho, world. It is designed and modelled by M. David and is now asting at Park At the head of the Auxiliary Com mittee, at Paris, nrethc names of Arago, Haron An thahn, Didot, and twenty or thirty others, or the tho highest eminence in literature and tho arts. An Auxiliary Committer- is in progress of format...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 June 1840

I'lt'cii ! tie loudicohisllati, ami milijiishwiriU'iitianecil." For tho llurlinytuii I 'ice l'icsu. CiOIiD aT'AUODV. 11 potent Rokll our licin'n stlifu nnd nint I Wealth, maiiiiiioii, irmsiire, i If I vvlnti' it thy names That miincthitut rare, which priiiiipis ihu houily li, l'nr which wo live, iinil toil fur till wo the Which Mill so near us, yut beyond us lies", Idol of I'i'dIm, and hawhlo of the wise. Chiltl of capricious hirth I loin,' sought bilnvv, Wheiodost thou dciijn thv vwr.anl tonii i to chow? l'air op'niinr towiiiin belle's piopitioun shiine Or in the tiiutesimitiV, or the mcreliant s lute 7 .loineil unit the honors the piof."-ion yiilil, Or reap'il in yearly huivrsts of the hch J Whcrr dwells the vviuhl, hy all with ardor sutiyht, I'or whieh Ihemi-er h.n to nobly wrought, Kor whieh the private has so madly lomjit I To no inu Hank the phantom in simile i l.- .1 .l:..l. .. -I.,., .1,1 Iti.'k'i v nli rfi'lK t Jlnrk tiio "illustrious prcdecifsor'ti" mien, When the htii'o "...

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. — 3 July 1840

NOT TUB OLOST O T 0 JB 8 A R) 0 T TUB WBLFARB OF HOME. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 4. TIIOY & MICHIGAN SIX DAY LINE. SHIP by Old Troy Tow Boat Line, Cocnlies Slip. uy vm i ruv i uw imui i.inc, iocuiics cup. 0. AGENTS Au.nN Wiim.r.n, I.r.oNAno n, 100, Broad st. New York ; Moore iV Sn'inp or st. Troy; Win, II. Moon-, 72 Quay si. Al- CnocKF.n. on, River i Heed, Erie, Pn.t McNnn .v Co. Cleavclnnd, O., M. 11. Ross is Co. Portsmouth, O.j 11. N. Si N. I), Gale, Mack River, O.j Jenkins & Tracy, Huron, O.j l!arlcr & Barney, S,mdiikv Cilv, O.t t'licicr & Slriugham, Detroit, Mich.; It. W. Tints, Toledo, O.j G.S. Hazard, Maimiee Cilv, O.; Wheeler Si Porter, St. Joseph J J. O. Sleight. Michigan City, I ml.; Dawson Si Ho-nier. Millwntikie, W.; C.M. Reed, Chicago, III. jc.l.3m Mark packages, "T. i: M. I.ini'." FORWARDING, Ac. 18 io. I Ills stioseril - will continue ii-- business n Eot-wardlm, and Com thUmIoii merchants ami Custom Hous...

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. — 3 July 1840

fine presidential term-nn economical adminis tration a sound currency n pinfcctlm; InrlU' low salaries -and full prices Cor labor, nnd the products ol'labor r o n rnnniPfXT. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. r o n v t e i; r- n i: s t n i; .v t. JOHN TYLER, Of Virginia. " In all ngos ami nil countries', it ltn been obcr veil, that tho cultivators of tlm soil arc those who arc least willing to part with their rights, nnd submit themselves to tho will of a master. Wm. II. Hahriso.v. " The people of the United States Tihxy thoy ever remeinlicr, tliaf, toprccrvo their liberties, thoy must lo thuirown voting and their own fighting. Harrison. "Tub riLEsstNcis of thousands or womi:N AS4h fim.nnv.N, niMci'EiinioMTiiri se-Ai.i'iNU hnii-i: on nr. IIUTULKS3 tAVAOn Of lltn WILPEIINKSS, ANIi 1'nOMTIir. .till Mom: savaui: vnocioit, tir.sr on HARRISON And iih gallant armv," Simon Snyder's jLssagt to the l'cnnyleania I.rgUlaluref)cce.mbcr 10th, ISIS. V It I D A V MO UMNO, JULY 3, 1R 10. GREAT RALLY OF THE DE...

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. — 3 July 1840

rind llowcd on In poaco) the Orcen Ililla of Vt., tlio Blue Ridgo of Virginia, and tlio Kocky Mountains of tho West, met nml kissid each other ) trnil from one extremity of thu land lo thu other, thero went up Ono united cry for deliverance from tlio oppressors Wf our common country. Tlio orutor then alluded to Gen. Harrison's humble circttnistnncc, saying that lie might havo been rich had not tho objects of his charity lieon too near at hand. The widows of the revolution nnd his own maimed soldiers eaiuo to his door, mid his wealth hail llowed freely nt the rail of distress After referring must encouragingly to tlio political condition of Pennsylvania, and to the charac ter of tlio namburgh Convention, ho concluded hy nn nlhlion to tlio fact that tlio old soldiers of the Revolution were again buckling on their armor and coining up to do hattlo in tlio cause of civil liberty, lie hoped that liko .Sainpson,tlioy might nt their death day mole than ever before. Exhorting the Whigs ijf ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 July 1840

'Ho touched hi riarp, and nations heard, entranced." THE COTTAOl! DOOR. BV T. 1C. 1IEIIVV. How sweet tho rest that labor yield The liuniblu and tho poor, Where sits tho patriarch of tho fields Before his cottage door. Tho lark is Rinsing in the sky, The swallow in the eaves. And lovo is beaming in each cya, Beneath tho summer leaves. Tho air, amid his fragrant bowers, Supplies unpurchased health, And hearts are bounding 'mid thu flower i, More dear to him than wealth. Peace, like tho blessed snn-liyht, play Around his humble col, And happy nights and chcciful daye Divide his lowly lot. And when the villnco sabbath bell Ring-! out upon tho salf, Tho father bows his head to tell The music of its tale. A fresher verdure seems to fdl Tho fair and dowi-y mjcI, And every infant's tongue is still, To hear Iho word of God. Oh, happy hearts to him who stillt Tho ravens wlmn they cry, And makes the lilly 'ncath tho hill So glorious to the eye The trusting patriarch prays to blest llis labor w...

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. — 10 July 1840

NOT TUB GLORY OF G JD S A R DOT THE WELFARE OF ROMS. BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1840. VOL. XlV....No. 5. TROY At JMiClllUAN SIX DAY LIMli. SHIP liyOMTrnv Tow Itont 1.1110, Conines Slip. 1810. ACIIVlV Ai.i.hn WiloT.t.r.ti, l.r.oNAtiD CnocKcn, tUli, HroaclM. Now Vorl. J Monro .V Slinip fun, River t. Trovs Win. II. Moore, 7-J lluuy st. Al lianvi Sidney Allen, ltocliL-Ur ; (ieorgu Duvi- t-V. Co. Umlnlo) 1'lulip Allen, Hullulo : (loo. A. l-'icncli, Dun kirk, N. V. (ietrai! T. (.'ainptV Co. Ilarcolona j C. M. Heul, Krie, l'a.i MeNatr -V Co. Clcavelaiid, O.J M. 1). Ros -V Co. Portsmouth, (.; II. N. ec N. H. Calo-, Hind.- finer. (5.! Ji-nl.iiis iV Tr.iev. Huron. O.i llnrliei & Harncv, SmikIiisI.-v Chv, 0.! I'lio-ler oi Sirinnlinin, Detroit, Midi.) It. W. Titus, Toledo, O.; 0. S. Hazard, llnnnii-i! I'Atv. O Winder Ac I'or'or. Si. Josenlls : J. O. Sli-ifilit. Micliijian Cnv, Intl.; Dawson A: Hnincr, -MillwauUc, W.i C. .M.Keeil, t'hientro, 111. jc.l.ain Mark pack...

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. — 10 July 1840

mm ipibhsj One presidential term-an economical adminis tration a sound currency n puilerllng tarll' low salni'lev. anil Cult iiiIccm lor labor, nud the products ol'labor. r o it r n . s t n r. n t. WILLIAM HENRY IIAMUSON. I'on v i o i! p r. r. s 1 n r. n t. JOIIV TYLER, Of Virginia. " In all nge;s and nil countries, it Ii ns been observed, thnt the cult'vntors of the roil are those who aro lcat willing to part with tluir rights, nnd submit themselves to the will of a master. Wm, II. IIaimuox, " The people qf the United Slates Mny they ever remember, that, to preserve tlicirlibertics, they must do their own voting and their own lighting. H.vmuio.n. "The nt.r.sFiNca or tmoi'8 nds or women ,wn ciutDnriN, ncscccnrnoMTiin kc.vli'ino kniti: orttir. KUTI1IXSS KAVAOK Ol'Tlir. WIUIKKKRifl, AN'n I ROM Tlir, TILL MOItn SAVAQt: ".'IlOCTOn, I'.KST o.v HARRISON' nd ills oam. wt aumv." Simon Snyder' Miazc to the lKnnnlmn!a LcMalure,lheembr.r 10', W.i. Rb.vunciations or Van Bt'itr.xtsM. The Western...

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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. — 10 July 1840

igaaBjnBTitTm SIMEON HOOKER. Tho locofocoa havo boon jilaymf n wicked Imposition upon this venerable old man. Tlioy kept him over from tlio i!.")tli to tlie 4th, for tho purpose of making him, by bin presence niul bin silence for lie is too deaf to hoar any ordinary conversation give countenance to one of tho silliest tricks imaginable. When Mr. Van Ness had arrived at a suitable spot in his discourse, ho paused, and said, " Oentloincn, you have hoard something about an old man, Mr. Hooker you will now listen to Mr. I laswcll." Where upon the Ureakwatcr agent mounted the step.'-, wung his fists, and began one of bis gmndilu qucnt orations, about matters and things in gen eral ; but a breakwater stick, or something else, got into his throat, and he run aground. Ho however flounced and frothed, and repeated his ingle idea so often, that his friends became alarmed and reminded him that hc'Was " coin ing out at tho same hole ho went in at "when he wisely took up the Free Press and read,...

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. — 10 July 1840

'Ho touched his harp, ninl tuitions heard, entranced." Kor ilio I'ri'o Press. DOROTHY'S ANlbWr.lt TO .Mil. NO-SIGNA TURK. Komcmbtr I 1 When once upon the hi wn we met, The sun the nod of day, hud set, And in your eye, Although n man, A pirlith tear was hold to .listen, a And to my words while you did listen, You tore my tail ! I have forgotten IS'ono of these, nor yet the flop; Which knped upon thu viry loj Which wo then sut on. I spcakinir ended. You could not for jour hie rihcarso One simple word in prow or verse, I had expended. Hut soon hesnn To talk of loe and sueli like tiling, And all the sweets it always ttringy. O ! my poor fan 1 How you did '.ireak it. And when the riiij I took fiom you, You said you nave a heart as true 'As love could make it. I know 'tis true ; And while I live, I'll hear ihe token. Thy lady-loo ( lis proudly ,-poken) Is faithful too. Old Time shall Mast The lines which heard our .nl Mvrrt storv, And stlip them of thiir veidaut glory. They cannot last. T...

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. — 17 July 1840

mm NOT TUB GLORY OF 0 2, S A R OUT T II D W B L T A H O -J- R O M E. BY II. H. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1840. VOL. XIV....No. 0. r,w i:ftur,A:vi covan svrup, 77l reputation nf which Am moid become e'liblishcd i Iht moil safe and tffieatiriu remedy tier tliwovcndfor iNtxi;i:.v,A,:of.is,cor;ii.N,.yrii;HA, uiittoi'iM; :ot';if, si'itti.mj or llf.OUU, AM AM. AI'IUC'l'IONS I'llKPARF.D ONt.V !Y TUK S0LK I'U0?U IKTOl.- DANIEL GODDAM), No. 8 Gold St. Nb.W-YOIlK. In prcscnlhi? llili useful reinr-ily tn the puMIc, tlm Pro. prlctur Is .iutlinrl;icd by a l'lij-'lrlan, I'rot.i whom ilio l!cclW wits Coiifldriitliilly obtalui il, to sun-, lluit ho lion tu-il It iilm-clf, nnil in Ids rMcuslve i.rnrnre In Pulmonary affec tion, uiili Hsloniiliin g cfl'scl. Tim happy coinbliiiitlon of TCjctablo iib'taiiccs, of which It Is rntirrljr conipoFCil, are prculMrly adapted to diseases uf tlie Lung, Liver, end Stoninch. 'l'hli nifdlclne has been ustd very extcnslvrly. ami ths rjroiir.itor In...

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. — 17 July 1840

liirrofnt neA curit!-.' bAmkins etc. tX-c. with at! Jbundaucoof thfi?lvrsria..Vtrdmiaiii. or stravvberrv. mibiirt v. &c&iV '.In'MO', Mir, tho President's car fill, in all its MWMMBBilltiil beauties, its tieis, hrubs, vuieu, pltriitsTnihvWriitid esculents, iJ in per ft kwoitiir with "'tho siitnntiioiis and maitnificeilt ataco. i may n.Ki mat wo uavo itven iniorntco, ny n odlcial renort coiiitnunicflted Id OonaiOM in De cember last, that duritw the nast s:asou. "the tiiihhc rottiuti at the Uapilol and Pacibnsr s -l issiofr avo bicn faithfullv nttciided to bv tho FUHI. IO GAttnXlJIl A VII Till. ttlVDS I'Vllt'lt ttlit. 1 lie trta hare bun tUtfaUv prnntd nnd trnuud ; many ehoica otnaiiniinl trees and shrnb-i have boon planted , nii: t'ieplah,bord-.rs, and gravel wdLshavc been kept in kupkbIim onnr.R. Thorcpoil might also have stato I, with perfect truth, that men hint horn JiircJ by tlio aovernsioiit, and pai Hint of the putilic Trendry, to pick up tklfulthg "wirci, nnd pluck up ...

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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. — 17 July 1840

SPDQIB OMST Slo toudhcd his harp, nnd nations henrd, entranced." For the Frco Press. TO ELLA. 7,une "Woodman, spore that troo." T.lla, sing for mo 'Hi j soiiL' you used to siiirj Tor mem lir-s of tlio-'odajn, Do always pleasures bring. Wo were yotinj; and gay, Nor thmiyht of earo or sorrow And funuv's wildest play Foretold but good to-morrow. But falo has dashed away That cup so ricli and sweet) And vo must part to-day, l'erliitiH no moro to meet I Then, hlla, fiiih for mo Tliu Sony! you used to shift Tor tni'iu'rii a of llioso dap. Sad pleasure always brim;. Within a red, red roe, A neatly drop of duw, Shall never fail to wnltu Swot memories of you. Vo tell thy truth, the droii'i, - Thv love, tho rotc-bud'a duty. Ami both in one combined, Hcmind mo of thy beauty. But, Kll.i, we must part, Perhaps never to m et , Vet know that in my heart, Tliino imago liccps its seat. Then, Klhi, sing for me, Tho sonjryuu used to p'uigi I'or memories of theo Shall fondest pleasure brinij. progress ...

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. — 17 July 1840

FRIDAY MORNINGS, JULY 17, 1610 DISTRICT CONVENTION. Wo loam from Cainliriilgo that tho the Whig Convention on Wednesday tinnniinoiis-ly nomi nated tho Hon. AUGUSTUS YOUNCJ, of Troy, as a candidate for Congrcfs from this district. Tho preferences of the Com tuition, reeni to have centered mainly upon Meesr?. Young and Brijrgs. After a full comparison of notes and weighing all tho circumstance?, tho Com mittco reported to tho Convention the name of Mr. Yoi'nc whereupon Mr. Urigga magnani mously came forward and withdrew all claims or pretension?, and in a brief but oloipicut speech, replete with patriotic ardor, besought every friend of his to go heart and t-oul for tho nomination. The effect was electric, and when tho question was put to tho Convention, every voice responded a cordial itflirinativo. Tho nomination is a good one, and the result is every way calculated to inspire tho whigs of the dis trict with the fairest hopes. Wo can safely pledge tho nomination from four to five hu...

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. — 24 July 1840

mm NOT TUB GLORY OF C JB S A H OUT TUB WELFARE OF ROMB. BY M. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1840. VOL.XIV....X0. 7. SHERMAN'S W'OIIM I.O.ENCSES iirelhu grcate-t discovery over made, for dispelling Ihe va rious kind, of worm: Unit o licip-olitly mid di-lre.s-finely nnnny both ehildroii mid adults. I hey are an infallible re iicdy, ami -n plea-ant to the lu.to that cliildroit will take ihem n readily a a common pop permint los-emro. Many dbcae nri-o from worm-, without in 1 ci'iiet .upei'tod. Sometimes u very trouble nome coigh, pains m the joint or limbs, Heeling nt the no.-1' , tVc nre occasioned ly worm., and can le family cured by llii c-tiitsl rateil medicine. The follow ing s'j-riptom.s in lica'e the presence of worm-, viz : headache, icrtigo, torpor, disturbed dream-, sleep broken o.l liy fright and screaming, convulioii, fo vt'rishne,lhir.t, pallid line, I ad ta-te in the month, oirenive hreaih, cough, dilncult breathing, itching nl the no-e, p:tin- in the ol...

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. — 24 July 1840

"to ' - One presidential term an rconnnilcnt admlnl tratlon n mind curicury n ptolrrtlnq turllf low salaries and lull prices Tor labor, mid the products ul'labor. r o n p n r. h t n e x t. WILLIAM HENRY 1IA11RIS0N. r o r v i c r. 1'itr.si ii r. n t. JOHN T.ER, Of Virginia. "In nil u-ics and all countries, It lias been observed, that the cultivators of the soil arc those who arc least willing to pait with their lights, nnd submit themselves to the will of a master. Wm. 11. 11.viims.on. " The people of the United State May they ever remember, that, to preserve their liberties, they must do their own voting and their own fighting. II.vtinisoN. "The iu.n&tson or thousands or women ANn ciiiluhen, nr.sci-Eiirno.MTiir. rcAirtso icsirr. ornm al'TIILESS KAVAOB Of Till: WILDKENEiP, ASMl MOM THE cTtt.L tionn savaoe rnoc-ron, eest on IIAUIUSOX AND HIS OALLANT AttMV." &"IO)l Sllljdcr's jWiS.Mgf lo the Pennsylvania Legislatnre,tJecembtr 0t!i, 1813. TOR ELECTOR'!, HON. SAMUni. C. CRAFTS, i...

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. — 24 July 1840

rison'a docs not identify a man with tlio eauso of his country, will iho Sentinel ukase to inform u- by what process Martin Chittenden became identified with the republican party. Hut what tdiall be paid of the infamous endea vor of the Kx-l'rcsidcnt himself n soldier to pluck from a soldier's brow the laurels with which a grateful country had entwined it J of his attempting, by a stroke of the pen, to strike that honored veteran from the rolls of fame, as his wont was to strike olliccr?, at his pleasure, from the rolls of the army. Thank heaven ! that record is one which neither he nor a servile Senate has power to desecrate. Gen. Harrison's fame was won in the field of battle, amid blood and carnage, under the eye of thousands who awarded and who shared it was the reward sof toils and danger, of hardships and exposure. Clouds of witnesses, the brave, the patriotic, the 'venerable Wayne, and Shelby, and l'crry, and Miller, and a host of other?, testify that he lion 'orably earned i...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 July 1840

He toucheil his harp, nml nations lunrd, entranced," Fur the I'rc Press. I'D 1JH AX IJ.UJM5. IM lie nn c.v.;lo, burn on the mountain top, Cradled in cloud where the tempests slcepi Mv sere nn should ho beard by thu ocean's side, And 1 'd spread my wings o'er its waters deep. Man should not harm me, l'dlauh at his power, As 1 soured tliroiiu'h thu aidlsof tlio a.uro sky Upward I'd lly towards thu glorious sun, And gaze oii his face with uuda.zled eye. Far from the haunts of the noisy world. On some mouniain wild 1 would build m Whore the torrents dah down its lockv siifes, ny nest, And tho roar of their w atcrs should lull mo to rest. I 'd bo an castle, soarine; aloft Through thcboiindless rculms of etherial blue, Vhcrc the sun, uudimnir.d, in his glory shines, Kar, far away from all earthly view. Hincsburgh, .Tidy, 1310. A. A. V. A correspondent sends us somo sc ere strictures upon a practice which ho albjjcs many young ladies have acquired, of using what, in deference to theni, we ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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