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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 December 1843

La Vow the-Rutland Herald, Nov. 23. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. This town has never been visited with a fire so disastrous as on the evening of the ISth inst. at .Mill Village, two miles west of the Court House. The valuable Paper Mill owned principally and occupied by Messrs II. Henderson &. Co., the large Grist Mill, owned by Dr. James Porter, and a small dwelling house were destroyed. The loss will exceed, probably, $ 15,000, and no in surance unon either the huildinrrs. or tliA stock of nnDcr in the Daner mill. " The nn-'b per mill had been, within a few months thor oughly repaired, and an application made to an Insurance company to procure ample in surance upon the buildings, machinery and stock of the paper mill : and in order to THE COURT HOUSR LS MONTPELIER DESTROYED BY FIRE ; Extract from a letter received by a genttetn.in n thia village dated Mnntpelier, Nov. 2d. "This mornlntr between 2 and 4 n'elnr.V. n.,r new Court-house, together with all the docketa fur NEW TREATMENT OF CON...

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

in vr v. v. 11 n A 11 1 Rev. Mn PicnroNT,' oil tho 'occasion of & funeral discodrso winch he recently prencn ed, thus hcautifully answers this question : But where is God I lie is here. Ho is essentially here, as much as he is any where. "Ho is essentially alike in all places of his dominion. He is most in pure, loving, and Jioly hearts.' Ho dwellcth most with spirits , tlmt are most like himself; because such spirits can most clearly apprehend the pres ence and energy of that Infinite Spirit whom tye cannot see, hut who is spiritually dis- ccrned. Popular opinion, indeed, and much br the religious language of all nations and ages, which is the representative or "spoken , image" of popular opinion, places the Infi nite. Spirit chiefly in the starry heavens, and points towards them, when it would show the path on. which tho spirit, that has left this fallen tenement, has started to go hack to'thc'Cod who gave it. Hut science tells ui thai this earth is itself a star, and in as rn...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 December 1843

" s r, imrin-i a m VERMONT JPIIE1IX. I. )' M JBBATTLEBOBO, Vt. 'DECEMBER 8, 1S43. BY WiM.. E. 11 Y Til E U . VOL. X. NO. 15. 1 1 ' i :. . : ' To the American Public. Improvement in whatever regards the happiness flliil welfare ot'our nice la constantly on the lnnrch to perfection, anil with each succeeding day some tieW problem is solved, ur sonic profound secret re vealed, h.tvirig nit important and direct hearing flHTlnaii't highest destinies, if we tnlte a retro spective: view over the mst twenty year, how is tllelliiiiid Hlruok with wonder! What rnpid strides lias Bcicncc inndu in every department ot civilized lilt; ! particularly in that which relates to the tiiibwledrc nf the human system in health und dis ease, llow valuable and indispensable are the cu rative Ineaiu recently discovered through the agen cy ofcheinistry ! Ilow docs the imagination kindle nrul our admiration gjow at the ingenuity, the near approach l the standard of perfection, of I lie present time I Through t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 December 1843

MESSAGE. ' 3 the Senate and House of Representatives of the- United States : If any people ever had cntise to render up tliluTks to the Supreme Being for parental care and. protection extended to'thclu in all the trinls anil difficulties io winch they have been from tirno to time exposed, we ccrtnin ly arc that People. From the first settle ment Of our forefathers oil this continent through the dangers attendant on the occu pation of a savage wilderness through a long period of colonial dependence through the war of the Revolution in the wisdom which led to the adoption of the existing of the new Treaty of Washington; and, it! is 'confidently,, anticipated, that tlio slave trade; under the operation of the eighth arti- the two countries inn state of citizens with Santa Fc. In which much can-' the chance in the character of the circnla-l alarm, have failed to approach to.ital wos already invested, and which was be lion from a nominal niid linnarcntlv real val- rcsult. IHcxico has fit...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 December 1843

nnceof opproprintion from other heads of ap propriation to thai Tor building, equipment and renair. The repeal of that prohibition will enable the Department to give renewed em ployment to n large class of workmen who have been necessarily discharged in consequence of the' want or means to pay them a circum stance attended, especially at this season of the vi'ar, with much privation and suffering. It give me great pain to announce to you the loss of the steamship "The Missouri," by firp, in the Bay of Gibrultrr, where she had stopped to renew her supplies ol roal, on her voyage Jo Alexandria, with Mr. Cushing the American Minister to China on hoard. There is ground for high commendation orherom ccrs'and men, lor the coolness and intrepidity and perfect submission to discipline evinced un der the most trying circumstances. Surround ed by a raging fire, which the utmost exertions conlij not subdue, nnd which threatened mo mentarily the extensions of her well supplied tnagaV.ines, the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 December 1843

. A Journeyman nrintcr lately set out on Jfoot for',tlQ-interior of Ohio, a distance of i s huiKlreil miles, witu an oiu urnss ruic t'hii'd threes dollars in cash in his pockct.- "He'soori.liJund himself in Pennsylvania, nud , being, wcary.callcd nt the inn of a Dutchman , Wliorn lie lounu quieiiy smutting ins piyc, when the following dialogue ensued. T 'VcJI Mishler Valuing Steikch, vat you rant t" 'Refreshment and repose.' 'Supper and Lodgings, I reckon 1' 'Yes sir. supper and lodgings.' Pe you a Yankee pedlar, mit chcwclry in,your pack to cheat the gals I ' 'No, sir, no Yankee pedlar.' A sinning teacher, too lazy to work V '' No air ,v:.!A, chcntccl shoemaker, vot stchays till Saturday night, and.laysh drunk in dc porch icr aunuay : ..t.'jSlp, sir,' 'pr I should have mended my -Thoots before this. But I am not disposed -domrcr to submit to this outlandish wquisi tion. Can you give me supper and lodg- , .ings i -... 'Torklev ! But vot bo you 1 A book a '"client takin honest people...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 December 1843

VERMONT PH(ENIX. BRATTLEBOKO, Vt. 'DECEMBER 15, 1843. Y W M . K. It Y T II E It . VOL. X. NO. 16. THE SUCCESSHUL, GOING ON OP MA J, JONES' COUHTSIJIP. Mr. Thompson dear Sir : Crismus is over, and tlic thing's dcd. You know 1 told you in my last letter I was gwinc to bring Miss Alary up to the chalk a Crismus. Well, I done if, ns slick a whistle, tho' it come mighty nigh hcin a serious uudcrtakin. nut I'll tell you all about the whole circum stance. The fact is, I'd made my mind up ttiorhi twenty times to jest go and come rite out with the whole business, but whenever I got where she was, and whenever she looked nt mc with her wihehin eyes, and kind n' blushed at me, I always felt sort o' strccked -and fiinly, and all what I made up to tell licr was forgot, so I could'nt tell you nothing nbout poppin the question, as they call it. Its a mighty great favor to ax of a rite pretty, gal, and to people as ain't used to it, it goes monstrous hard, don't it? They say wid dcrs don't mind it ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 December 1843

PROTEST. The following the Protest against nil nutting tlic Representatives ol tlic tintiis triotcd States to vote, presented 'to the -.llouso of Representatives by Mr. Barnard, of-Now York. The roll ol Representatives elected to the 2cUli Congress having now been called- by the Clerk, nccording to usage, and a quorum of members whoso right to .participate in the act of organizing the llouso of Representatives is undisputed, having appeared and answered lo their names this body is about (o proceed to the high lnty of electing a speaker to fill an office vhich, in point of dignity and political con sequence, is hardly second to any known to the constitution, after that ofPrcsidont of the United States. llcforc that high duty shall be entered upon, the undersigned, feeling a sense of solemn obligation to truth nnd of responsibility to God for what they ....,n,1 n., nori. nro conslra ned to dc- dare that, in their united and undoubting conviction and judgment, a deep nnd griev ous woun...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 December 1843

mam m tjjAitgvinuai-i'injttii.f'r;3 llcioteed, TJiatttho 'only way to keep the rMlll-5 Ul '11 UW 1'Ji II lilllll 1I1L HIIIUC IU lUltllll ' iier oWnsrowlliVnndndvnncemcnt thnt enter- iiri.e and industry whlcln hnvc liltlierlo been withdrawn from-her borders to fertnlizo ami nltg it.alfro(u to BrntilMioro, should bo fullv rep enrich the mighty West, U to dcvclope her re-; n.scnlcu, Windham County should be represent, sources, and bnnS out tier hidden wcaitli by a , hundreds of iu intelliiienl nnd subslan. we -i recicu svsieni o internal improvements . .. ii i ' energetically pursiieu. Hcsolved', Therefore, nS tlie dclilicrnto sense nf this Convehlion. flint nn efforts should 1)0 spared to promote the extension of the Boston . their brctiircn ol iwnssaciiusctts, tnni tney nave en nnd Fitchburp; Rail Road to the shores o( Lake I largod and enlightened views of their own self-in- Clinmplnin by surh route as shall be found, on careful and i'ntellinent examination, to he best calculated to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 December 1843

INSURANCE. THE .(Etna Insurance Compant, Hart ford, Conn., will insure every species ol property usually insured in the Country, from loss or damage by fire, on the most reasonable terms. ... This Company has been in operation for many years, and its reputation lor fair dealing U too well established and appreciated to re niiire any tiled cc for its future course. Itt Persons residing in the County of winuham anil its vicinity, desirous 01 obtaining insurance of this Company, arc referred to L. G. Mead, Ewi. Agent, Brattleboro. THOMAS K. BRACE, President. S. S. Loomis, Secretary. Hartford, Nov. 1, 1843. tllO WM. E. NILES, TAILOR, RESPECTFULLY informs theinhabitanta of Guilford, Green River, and all the re gion round about, that he is now ready, having received his Fall and Winter Fashions from Boston and New York, to wait upon all who may lavor him with a call. Dress Coats, Frock do., Overdo., Vests and Panu, cut and made in the most fashionable style, and warranted to fit, no mista...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 December 1843

.. ',1' , H . VERMOIT 1 -i .i 11 Y W JM . ft i It y T II 13 H . BRATTLEBORO, Vt. DECEMBER 22, 1843. vol. x; tfo; 17; ; - ' 1 "' ' " " 11 ""' ' 1 ' iVthW- .-.in.,,, i . ,. - 1 P H E "3tl THK HASTY MAUI5IAGB3. a sk'ctciI o' iiriir. ure. t IIow few "look before tlioy leap," even in an affair of so much importance as mat rimony, Wo fear the fault ia in our system, Wo. educate our daughters superficially for display rather than Usefulness to catch Hid (;yc rather tlnn win the heart. Our girls tire taught in early life, cither directly or in directly, that marriage is the great object pf woman's ambition, and endeavoring to pecurc that object, and to surpass itHlic race of conquest their companions and ri vals, they sometimes wed rashly and to the sacrifice of happiness. Difficult, wo arc iiw'arc, is the task of discrimination with the young and inexperienced. Pure and artless themselves, they arc apt to imagine the possession of like virtues by all others, and to conceive it impossible f...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 December 1843

UNITED STATES AND MEXICO. Intending to Insert in this paper success ively, tho .Report from the several Depart ments of the Government which formed n part of the President's anniinl communica tion to-Congrcss, wo begin with that which is first in order, via : the Documents from tho Secretary; of State, which consist of a Report from the Secretary on the subject of -r -.1. .i.j-. !. a .,..:.. our relations wmi me ucrmnuiv. mouvi.r tion or Customs' Union, and of recent cor respondence between the authorities of the United States and those of the Republic of Mcxicd. The whole of the latter branch of the Report from the Department of State is contained in the preceding columns. In this correspondence will he found the declaration by the ft mister ol Mexico, re ferred to in the Annual Messnge of tho President as an annunciation by the Govern ment of that Republic of a determination to visit a decision to annex Texas to the Uni ted Stales by a formal declaration of war. The language of th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 December 1843

REPORT OF THE POSTMASTER " GENERAL. The nnnUal expenditures of the Depart ment during the, Inst two years have been met Jiy the receipts. The amount of an nual transportation of the mail, it is ascer tained, on the OOUi of June, 18 12, was 5)4, 8:t'i,l)91 miles : the cost of which was 10,7811. Tlic, amount of annual transportation on tho 811th of June, 1843, was 05 02,805 miles : the cost of which was $2,070,284. It will ho observed, that the cost of trans portation for the last year was less by $134, 401) (ban it was for the previous year, while the transportation throughout the year was greyer by 410,814 miles. ,'Fhc number of post offices supplied in 1842, was 13,71)3; and the number sup plied in 1843 was 13,814. To accommodate the service to tho ex tension of population, reductions in the ser vice in some sections, and an extension or increase in other portions of tho Union, wctc rendered necessary. The aggregate of these reductions was $134,253, and the amount of additional and...

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 December 1843

ArcS&y.fiyi& Tho whole number Devotes given at the hte election, as appears by the official re- lurns, was 33S.372. Ul tneso mere yveiu of Whiffs 150.313 ; Loco Focos 177, 772 ; a :....Bnm 0" r .L Pl ,lrvrili ajontyorthc Loco toco benatoriat DVer that of the Whigs, is '41,5 1U. The m tiCKei over uiai oi inc inuRs, niuw. aiaiority of W hie, Native American and 1 ailU So ' ' , J, '.t,lc s' ! Abolition over the Loco focos, 2a2a. with their boasted tnaioritv of 21,000, have polled but a minority of the votes ! fnmn-irpil tviil, l.i.t rear there is a fallin!? otTon the whole number of voles of -13,031 ; 1-. , J , - in n- i . Bouck having received 203,072, Bradish 160,091, Abolition 7203-tolal 401,420. From the election of 1840, there is a falling olTof 82,770 the whole number of votes then being, for Harrison 223,817, Van Bo ren 212.527. Abolition 2793 total 44 1, 142. .Let every active Whig in the State at once goto work at his inactive neighbor con- ( alder himself enlisled for...

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 December 1843

t 1 1 not tats btCI irfO dirnt ! i , . "iiti, J '!, t '-111)11 II 1 li.yiti' 01 Vl!,',1 I i f.it 15 It O T '. . 'i It .(,! is dyuin . a ra nl it - ,i,tt..W,flt.. J?. 11 V T II E II . Js K A T T Jj EBORO, V t. vD E C E M B E ll 2K 184 3' V PH VWX-.0.-l8.' OEIITIIUDK; OR THE FATAL HtOl'IlIXV. r ' !A bTOliv OP' THE KKD 01 TUB WORM). lhj Joseph 11. Chandltt. . Jt was n .delightful morning, Sunday, the W of May, 8ll. 'J,'wo young persons were seen, walking across the fields in the north ern part ufl'hiladelplna, in that free inter change of thought, which to even a distant .observer denoted something more than mere acquaintance existing between the parties ; especially if, as in the present case, they were a young man and a young woman. Where the young people were walking, n thousand flowers were springing up to give redolence to the morning, and to add variety to the already rich herbage of the fields; fence after fence was crossed, but they pursued their way northwestwardly to wards Br...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 December 1843

"Not yet not.yet I know now that I nm on earth, the love I feel is too confined; too much centred on you, ior neaven. Oil in my gloomy hours since that- dread ful day, thnt love has heen my solace, it was the inward lamp that lit the sepulchral dark ness of my heart and made me dream of paradise and now now I go to the foun tain of that light, the centre nnd source of all love." . . The eye grew dim and fixed, and the smile that played on the lovely lips of Ger trude passed into n convulsive trembling that ceased the smile returned and Ger trude lay lovely in death. When the hand of improvement levelled the graves in Franklin Square, a few years since, I caused the head-stone of Gertrude's resting place to be sunk nearer her nshes, in the hope that the remains of one so lovely and the record of her name would rest to gether until the End of the World. OREGON TERRITORY. In our last wo promised to furnish our readers with a condensed view of that por tion of Mr. Linn's Report to the S...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 December 1843

railior retarded thari, hastened it. , Ilisi post- j that committee a report, which might, with tidti''hd says1, 'is precisely like that of Jcffer- out gran'tiiig'tho prayer pf'thc petition, sat soii, as expressed in the 77th year of hisjisfy. the petitioners themselves with lliojca ngc , ""' son why tho refusal was inadc-. ThcroJfad Mr. Giddings wishing to make nn cxpla- been lictetoforo presented to this 'House, nation, Mr, Wise moved that thc'Rulc ho land there would be again at this sessiort, .1 l.i.l. Xf, .! I . J . ' i, I.- I. I I. . !... tanner siispcuiii'u ; icgiuivcu ; iuhs io . Nays-81 Air. llclscr of Alabama, regarding the Massachusetts Resolutions as a movement 10 dissolve thc'Vhion, moved that tlity do lie on the table, and thereon asked the yeas and Nays, which were ordered : yea.1 Sixty Four ; nays, One Hundred and Four. The question being now on the reference, Mr. Bcurdsley ofN. Y. hoped that Mr. A. would have just such a reference as lie wished.' Mr. Kennedy hoped t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 December 1843

From the Boston Alia. ABOLITIONISTS LOOK AT THIS. If those of our citizens who havo con nected themselves as nn Abolition Party, hare the least regard to consistency and cor rect conduct, wo ask them to consider the disastrous consequences wtiich have flowed and are yet likely to flow, from their politi cal organization, and from their adverse participation in the elections of those States iri which they have combined to defeat the operations of the two great political parties. While thcreis not. the most distant prospect that they will bcnblc"to promote the great end foryrhich thoytyr&fess to be strivingyby the course in w.liich they arc now engaged, it. is clearly manifest that they are defeating some of the measures which would seem to be n part of their system. The odious Slst Rule of the House of Representatives of Congress, which forbids the reception of any petition on the subject of the Abolition of Slavery a rule which is in manifest violation of the constitutional and ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 January 1844

VERMONT PH(EIIX JJY WM. E. ltYTHEK. BRATTLEBORO, V't. J A N U A RY 5. 1 S 4 4 VOL. X. NO. 19. C II A II I T Y Mow little do wo know when Charity is solicited irom us, now soon the time will coilio when we may he placed in a situation 10 necu similar mil. lie who to-day is a rich man, by circumstances' over which he has no control, may on the morrow he re duced to poverty. The following anecdote from Noah's Weekly Messenger, beautifully Illustrates this principle, and admonishes us that it is often for our interest to "feed the hungry, and clothe the naked." lite Vorld. "Sir, bring mo a good, jiiam uimicr, snui n melancholy looking in dividual to a waiter at one of our principal "Yes, sir." The dinner was brought and devoured, mid the ffiter called the landlord aside, and inns addressed him "You are the landlord" "Yes." v "You do n good business here?" "Yea," (iu astonishment.) ' i. ' ... ion maisc prooauiy, ten dollars a day clear J" "Yes." " I hen I am safe. I cannot pay for what i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 January 1844

MCX'ICd ANUTlIE UNITED STAffiS, Not having room for the whole diplomatic corrctpotidun lontlonce between the rcpreieiitattvcs' of this country and Mexico, sent to Con- , , . i ' ' " f l'rcsidenl's Message, we give the following account of it from a New York paper : I. The first letter is from M.deDocane - gra, Mexican Foreign Secretary, lo the J -" congress, aim cannot a., icmaio .,ri),.)(.rjlv. Ve wish them freedom from debt, lion. Waddy Thompson, our Minister there. !liat an' "cenmon will arise lo forbid Ins 'nd u,e ,ullJen or poverty. Wo wish them a lie recapitulates briefly" the events of the ,ea.rl co-operation m whatever policy that ci,,ar consc.cncc, a clucrful fireside, and a happy past few years, the colonization of Texas I??"? lnn' c'100"0 to pursue, cither towards ,,ome. Wl. wi,, them a plenty or good cheer, and from the United States, the revolution in j A,CXIC0 "r any other 1 owcr. t of good books. Wc wish them ample remuaen- Texas stimulated and carried on by United' I...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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