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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 July 1840

WOT TUB GLORY OP CJESAII, BUT TUB WBX.FAR E Tt R (TnTl! BY II. B. STAGY. U UK LIN G TON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 8. HERMAN'S WOHM I.O.KNCiKS Hretlio no liiiuli of worm- I hut mi fi t'ciiii-nlly nnd tlilros' finr-lv nnnnv liotti cliilitrcii nnd adult-. Tlu'v nrt; im infallible re-neily, nnd so pk'ii-rttit to ilie tn-ti; that cinuiren will iniu mum n rcituuy n n common pep permint lozeiw. Many tli-en-e. nrbe from worm-, without its liei'mr siiii'clocl. Sometimes n very trouMf. iome conpltf pain- m the joints or limb?, Mi-cilim nt theno-o, 6tc, nre occa-iunud liy worm-, nnd can lo cauy enrol ny iiiHceici.r.-tivti medicine, l hu lolioiv ins viiiptofiiK indicate till; pri'M-iire of worm-, viz : headui'liL', vcrliiro. torpor, di-tnrled dream-, deep broken o.l' liy fright nnd M'ronttiiiijr, .oiiviil-iun.-, ft'-verisline-s, tfiir.-t, pallid line, had ta-to in the month, o!lbiiive breath, uoicli, iliilieull l.ro.illiin?, ilthins at the no-e, pain- in tlto sltiiiuu'li,...

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. — 31 July 1840

Otic nrcslilcnll.il Icrm-nn economical adminis tration n sound currency a piolcelltic; (arlI' low salaries -and full prices for labor, uml the products of labor. ron p n k s t n r. n t. WILLIAM HENRY HAllRISON. ron v i o r. rnr.siDCST. JOHN TYLSIt, Of Virginia. " In all ages anil all countries, it lint been observed, thnt the cultivators of the Roil arc those who arc least willing to part with their rights, nnd submit themselves o the will of a master. W m. 11. IlAnnisON. " The people nf the L'nilcit Slates May they ever remember, that, toprcserve their liberties, they must do their own voting and their own fighting. llAnnisos "The ni.r.stsns or tiiocsanps or woMr.x avb ntLDr.r.N, nr.seer.prnOMTun kcammmi knii'b orTiin X'TIILERd SAVAOf. Of TUB WILIIRIINMH, ASil fnOM Tilt! Til.t. Monr. kavaoe rnocTon, r.r.sr on IIAHR1SON aud ins OAU.ANT armv." Simon Snyder's iLnie to the I'enntylrania iiCvtslaturc,Ueccmlier 10Vi, 1913. ron electors, noN. samuki. c. crafts, HON. UZR.V MKliCII. 1st dis...

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. — 31 July 1840

crntinl nature- were, thai, from his unsocial habits, Liii the circumstaiiL'o tlial lie had rpent ngtent portion of i'wi(onl foreign courts, lio know but htllo nlioul tlio ilio pooplo of ' thii country I nnd ho was believed to lie eoiiatilnlioiially irtilabli) mid ovt r benring. Besides, it hud become nironfe point telthtlit peo ple of the nurthrrii slates, jnt tieularly those of Nnv Ihiulaud, to have n northern President. 1 did not, nt taelt so much importance to thoidon of loenlit y as tunny others did, yet I viewed the 'claim rcnsonnblo enough, provided n suitable randidato could be presented and the great desire lfdl to co-operate with that por tion of the people ninoiii! whom I had spent nearly oil the active part of my life, mid to whom 1 was uni ted by the strongest of social nnd political relations, in every measure supposed to bo for their iuleiest, or calculated lo all'ord them gratification determined my course. In Apt il 1823 I wrotn to n friend in a distant part of this...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 July 1840

ram aim . . .- "H touched his harp, nml nations heard, entranced." for the l'rco Press. Ml' 13. , , Oil wliat is life, With all ita care?, with all its joy." 1 'Tis liko a dream, a ision of the night, That flits before the mind and tlien ixpone. 'Tis liko the uictcnr'sglarc, that sliootsnthwart the sky, And dazzling n while, pectus filuryinir in its brilliancy, But quickly disappear, and all is'lnrt, and darkness Reigns complete. 'Tis like the morning llower That blooms and sheds its fiagrnm v round, Hut soon is domncd to wither nml decay. 'Tis like the small and fragile bark, on ocean billow tossed ) That strimulcs fur a while, 'gainst wind and wave, Then sinks, o'crpowcrcd, amidst the roar of U:ters. '.Tis like ths vapor borne alolt, and ecnllcrtd here and there, Ily furious winds, Pofh cling and so vain a thing a life, A slender thread, that binds llm niul tnpirth, And but the shadow of the life to come. A thousand ills upon it wait Trouble and sorrow, death and pain. To-day man ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 August 1840

toe NOT THE GLORY OF O JE S A XZ BUT TUB WBLFAXIB OF BOMB. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 0. HEW JSIfiLAM) COUGH SYRUP, 77m reputation of whiih Am now bteomi mtMiiked at the most Mft and tffieacioui remedy tier discovered for CNH,t;i:A,COM)S,COJIJHS, ASTHMA, WIIOOIWNC; COUt.H, MlITTINO )' 11LOOD, AND ALL AFFECTIONS OF Till: LU.NOS. fRKPABED ONLY DY TIIK SOLK PHOPRIETOli DANIEL GOniMUn, No. 8 Gold St. NEW. YORK. In presenting this useful remedy W tlie public, tlia Vr prieior li ntitlmrl7.nl by s. Physician, from whom the Itecipt) was confidentially obtained, to elate, that ho lias used M idmself, 11 ml in his extensive prnetiro In Pulmonary nr.ee liotis, ttlth tonishinjr effort. The happy combination of Tegetable substances, of which it Is entirely composed, r peculiarly adapted to diseases uf the Lungs, Liver, ana Stomach. This medicine has been used very extensively, and thfj propriitnr has not known a single Instance In which It hae f...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 August 1840

wmm ipdb' TT One presidential Icrm an economical adminis tration n sound currency a piolertlht; (mill low salaries and full prices lor labor, ami (he products of labor. r o n rnnninnsT. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. r o n v 1 c n r n i: s 1 1) r. n- t. JOHN TYLSn, Of Virginia. " lit all ages and all countries, it has boon observed, hut tbo cultivators nf ttio soil are those who arc least willing to part with their ii!itf, nnil pulnnit themselves o the ill ofa master." M. H. HAtinisoN. " Tht penplenfthc United States May tliry ever remember, that, to preserve tlicir liberties, they must do their own xotiimaud their own fighting. IIauiiison. "Tiik nt.r.ssisos or tiiol'sanps or woMnv asp HILDnr.N, hescit.d rnoM tiic fcali'ino KNirr. orniB atrriiLEiB savaoe or Tin: xviLnr.rtNBss, and kiiom tiik TILL MOIIC SAVACX I'KQCTOR, REST ON HARRISON AMD IIIH O M.LANT An MY." 51111011 Snyder's MiSstlgC $ ihe Pennsylvania Legistalure,l)ecember lC.'i, 1613. fob electors, HON. SAMUEL r. CRAFTS, ) Atl(lret, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 August 1840

tonlcst. Tito Locofocos put forth their utmost strength hating the advantago of a popular candidate, and all tho bcticiits which the manufacture of votes and efficient electioneering could give. Hut tho will of the people was too strong for them, and a signal defeat has rebuked their efforts. Tho majorities of Winn were in the parish of Claihorne 1-12, Cuddo8. Tho three parishes of Union, Caldwell and Ouachita gnvo Winn n majority of 173, rnakiiiif an npiircgatc majority for him in the five parishes of three hundred nd twenty-three. A deduction of this amount from the previous majorities of Moore brings him out 53 ahead. The result, however, must not ho taken as n criteri on of tho election in tho fall. Many Whigs, influenced by local interests and personal prejudices, toted for Winn. In the same district Harrison's ninjoiity may bo estimated at seven hundred. In the parish of Clai borne, Friend, Locofoco, was eleeted to tho lower house by a majority of 51. The parishes of Natchito ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 August 1840

"lis touched his harp, unci nntion hcnril, entranced." I'rom the New Yorker. THI5-Y.?KHIi O'JJll T1IU SPA. oy nn witt c. noaniiTfl. I've roamed tliroutrh filmland's villages And 'nionu thr lulls of t'rance, And trod llio plain of Italy, In search of beauty's glaiKOi I ve sinu;ht 'ninni ancient rnins, And castles old and gray, To liml sumo bring fairer Than her who's far away. Yet ijlvo mo bark my beautiful, My lovely Yankee uirl ; I love her bright nnd laughing eye, 1 love her raven cm I, I love her light and springy step, 1 ler voice, like music's tin lit , Where'er 'mid P.itropc's throng I roam, That form ia with mo still. I 've fought '1110115 noisy cities, In bower and in ball, And met the Ianco of beauty, At banquet and at ball; Yet bear me back from nil this pomp And all tlii giddy whirl Of fashion's proud anil painted belles, To my l'reo Yankic girl The Yankee girl who's o'er the sea, On proud Columbia's shore', Her home embowered 'niong undent groves, The red mini's home of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 August 1840

NOT THE GLORY O T CJBSAR, BUT TUB WBLFARB OF HOME. BY H. B. STAOV. MRLINGTON, VEltMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14,1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 10. WI3W KKttliANI COIUH SYjttUl, 27i rijiutation of which hn now ttconu established as tilt most fafe and efficacious temedi tier discovered for WIIOOI'INU cocgii, simttinu ov MI.OOIJ, AND AM. AITEUTIONS or tiii: nwt.s. I'RKPARKD ONLY HY T1IK SOI.K PHOPKIKTOI DANIEL OOPDAUn, No. 8 Gold St. ' NEW-YORK. In presenting tills useful remedy to the public , llio Try. prictor la nwlurl?.ed by a Plialclnn, from 11 I10111 tfio Hcclpo wna confidentially obtained, to male, that Ito has used It himself, and In his extensile tirtictleo In Pulmonary RlTce. tions, with astonishing effect. Tho happy couibinntlonol icrcihoic suusianccn, 01 wntcn u H entirely composed, are peculiarly adapted to diseases uf the Lungs, Liver, and Stomach. This medicine has been Used very extensively, and tho proprietor has not known a single instance In which It has failed In giving roller In ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 August 1840

One presidential term -an oronomlrnl adminis tration a sound currency n protecting l.trlll' low salaries-ami lull pi-Ires for labor, and the products of labor ron rmsitiRKT. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. ron vice r n r. s i ii is n t. JOHN TYLBR, Of Virginia. " In all ages and nil countries, it has liccn observed, lint tho cultivators of tlte noil aio those who arc least willing tn part witii their rights, and submit lltemsolvos ii tlio will ufa master. Vv i. H. IIaiimson. " The veovle nf the United Slates Ulny tlicy ever roiunnbcr, thnt, topresorvu their liberties, they must do Ihwrown voting and their own fightm;'. Hauiiibo.s. "Tun blessimos or thousands or women and emt.unr.:., r.r.";ct(i:iiri;()MTiir. pcalpino knick oi-tiii: AUiiaras kavacie opthb wn.HKHir.sfl, and kiiom tiii: Krtt.L mohb bavaor rnocToii, nisr on HARRISON AMI 1113 GALLANT ARMV." Simon Snyder's McSHtgC to Vie Pennsylvania IscyMulure,l)cccmher 10, IBM. ron rare-reins, HON. SAMUEL (1. CRAFTS. HON. EZRA MEECIl. At large. ...

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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. — 14 August 1840

u, tliattho Hon. John Smith "has always been "a rank federalist, a roviler of Jefl'erson and "Madison, n strcnuotia opposcr of tlio last war, " a man who deemed it unbecoming a moral nnd " religious people to rejoice at our victories." Anil yot, Btrango to tell, ho is now a democratic candidate I Dut let us go a little further back nnd boo what the Sentinel thought of Mr. Smith in 1630, na a politician and a man of talents. The editor of the Sentinel was then at Montpclicr, a per eoiial observer of what was passing : " The anti-masons have been in secret scs "sion, and nominated his twaddlership, John "Smith, as candidate for speaker." Again, the editor says : " Notwithstanding a decided majority of tho " union men were returned to the legislature tho "present year, tho ballotings for speaker have " resulted in the election of John Smith of St. " Albans, a gentleman " uhose political creed is " as parly colored as Joseph's coal. Sentinel, Oct 18, 1833. And still again. "Many members...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 August 1840

He touched liis harp, ami nations heard, entranced." From the Ladies' Companion. A MOTHER'S TEACHING. DV MRS. I. 11. GlGOUnKKV. Thoboy sat listening to tlio words Tltat'from his mother fell, rare lessons wrapped in tender tones, Like music's softest swell. And oft he maikcd her musing brow, With holy silence bricht, And blest its placid smile, and deemed That anuels loved the sight. Hut when that mother laid her down, To rest in mouldering clay, Tho world's temptations o'er him roll'd, And 6cpt his faith nway. Like bird that scorns the fowler's snaro He trilled with bis fate, Pm got to seek the Spirit's aid, Or for his teachings wuit. Yet onco as in his midnight watch, The lonely deck bo paced, With the sail, solemn stars above, And round, old Ocean's waist. Methongbt nr.rt warning voice, who long 'Nealli the cold pods had slept Spoke forth from every rushing wave, That on resistless swept. Mrlhoucht a tear drop, like her own, Pell from a gathering cloud, That round the benuly of th...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 August 1840

NOT THE O It O R Y O T G 41 S A R BUT TUB W H X. F A H B OP BOMB. 85 BY H. B. STACY. MULING TON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2!, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 11. MAONHCTIO ODONTICA.--THE TEETH 1 THE TEETH ! 1 Tun iNco.Mr-AluiiLU Tooth rnErAHVTioN. The fact l proved, ami ihe most in credulous nil doubting ro fully convinced, ns we have the evidence from the sale of 20.000 boxes of thoOdon- tioa, williin the pt year, lliat thu Utopion tretinis tlf; me aicnyuiisi ore ri-iiuzcu, nun u rciuciiy uiscovcri-u For pre-ercing lhou important tuul uscfiiliippcndagcs of the hutnnn system, hy I he Use of the Magnetic OJon liea, which hy itsultrne'tivc, ami strengthening tpinli tic, remoxWull extraneous substances from the teoih unci preserves them In their natural brilliancy, and the gums in soundness and heanty. It is ascertained from experience, that when ned,'tho teeth will never do--cay, but remain till the latest ngo of man, with their natural war. When they are. decayed, its progress will l arrested, ...

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. — 21 August 1840

iKEHB IPIBIBQ8 lnc picsldciill.il (erin nn economical adinlnN ( ration -a louttil niinnry- a protecting tnrlft low salaries nml full prices liir labor, and the pro luets uf labor. WILLIAM HENRY ILVItHISON. von v i c v. r n r. n I n r. N t. JOHN TYLHn, Or Virffiuia. In nil nqcf ntul nil countries, it lias been observed, lint the cultivators of tin- noil mo those who nrc least wiltiiif to iiart.witlt their rights.nnd submit llifmselvis o thu will of a mnalcr. W.m. II. llAtsntso.v. " The venule of the United Slates May they over remember, that, toprcscruMlieirliberlies, they must do their own voting nml their own figlmiij;. H.vnnn-o.y, "Tun nixssiNii-i or tuocanhs or womkn ash ciiiuirkv, nnsi vim vho.m tub fcCAi.riso knici: or-rur. IttTIILESJ S.WAOC oriiii: WlLlinUST.s", ANIi I'llOMTIIi: STIU. .MO nr. SAVAOU mod Oil, nr.fvr on JIAHKISON ano mi (IM.i.ant armv." Simon Snyder's Message to the Pennsylvania Legislature,! leccmbir Wtli, 181.1. roa r.i.r.non, HON. SAMUKfi ('. f'RAI-TS, HO.V. ...

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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. — 21 August 1840

CfS THE AUGUST ELECTIONS. THE PEOPLE Till UMPIIANT, AND THE SPOILS l-AKTY PUT TO THE ROUTE! Wo publish tlio iiunicrous returns from Kentucky, Indiana and Alabama of tlio most decisive complexion. Tim Administration of Martin Van Huron is down beyond the Jiopo of recovery. Wo are assured that tho voice of these Stales is the, voice of tho whole West, and that as loud as is now tho roar of tlio young Lien of the West, his roar in November will be far more terrific. The moral cfibct of these splendid'i results must be immense throughout tho Union. Scarcely a State is now left the Administration, and it is by no means impossible that at the full election, not one will be found in its traces. Wd do not suggest this as our calculation , but state it as tho conjecture of many shrewd ob servers. A singular fact is ascertained by these elections, that the Whigs namely out run all their own calculations ! They were extremely diffident of tho result in Louisiana. They thought it not impossible...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 August 1840

" tie touched his Imrp, ami nations heanl, entranced." " T1IIJ KVi'.M.(l STAR. II V II. W. LONMT.LLOW. The niahl w come but mil too soon Ami siitUini; f-ilcuily, All silently, ihe littli' Moon I)re;i3 clown licliiiiJ tho sky. 'i'li'Toi'iinliiiht in earth or heaven Hut ih ' i.iloiihtof starj Ami tho first watch of tiiiiht is given To the i oil planet Mara. Is it the trmler lar nf lovo ( The star of love niuliltcains') Oil mil from the hlito tint ahovo A licio'ft tumor ;;Lmna. And earnest ilmimhtt" within mu rise When I hehohliifar, NiHpemlnl in the evinin;; Met, The bhiclil of that nil star. 0 Mar of Htirnsitli I 1 sco thco stand Anil cinileupon myp.iin, Thou liccl;oni"t with tliy mailed haml, And 1 tuiiMronj; ajriti. "Within my soul there Miinpa no light I!iit the patclmht of slnr; 1 L'iu the first watch of tho night To the red planet .Mars! Tlin "tar of lho tm'cnniiiiercil will, 1 1 lixes in my hrcast, Serene, ami renihitc, and still, And calm, mid sclf-posscs-AI. And thou, too, wh...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 August 1840

NOT TUB aiiORY OF O S A R BUT TUB tfBLFAR B OF ROMS. BY H. B. STACY. MItLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 12. PAPER. C. GOODRICH has iust received from theiiianumcttticrs in Massachusetts, n full Ripply of linen hand-made, royal, medium, Demy, cap, letter, folio-post nnil billet pnper, of vnrious qual ities, as wove, satin, laid, tilt. &c. &c. for salo at man ufactures prices. Juno 30. B HISTOID JlOAHl), Drawing paper and Pen cil'.. Brilliant red fluid. Mue flniil, japan inland ladies and gentlemen's steel pens, .tnt received from New York, and (or sale l.v S. HUNTINGTON. Collesc si. Juno 25, 1810. STDTE kOF VERMONT. ) HTMIE hon, tho prolate DlsT. or CtiiTTENnr.M ss. j X court for the diMricl of Chiltenden, To all person eoueerned in the estate of Alno Ilickok Inleof Caarlolte, in said dNtrict de ceased, greeting. Whereas, Nelson Hienok ndmitra lor of the estate of said deceased, proposes to render an account of hi administration, and pro-enl his ac ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 August 1840

Ono presidential term nn economical admlnjs Iratioti n sound currriicv a ntoet 11115 tmill ltftv'satarlc anil full prices lor labor, ami the products uf labor. r 0 11 r n r, m n r. s t. WILLIAM HENRY HAIlllISON. r o n v 1 on r it r. s 1 n E N t. JOHN TV1E2, Of Virginia. " In all ages and all countries, it has been observed, lint the cultivators of iho f-oil ;iro thono who arc least willing to part with their rights, mid submit themselves o tho will of a muster. Wm. II. Hamiison. " The people of the Vnilul States-Nay they ever roinemher, that, topreservc their liberties, they must do their own voting and their own fighting. IIarmson. "Tub r.i.cf-siKaa or tiiocsasds or women and CHILDREN, r.ESCUr.tl rnOM TUB t-CALl'lNO KNIPE OnllE nrriii.r.s f.w.vor. or Tin: wiLniinsiiss, anu rno.M the URL MOIIE SAVAOE t'llOCTOtl, BEST 0!I 1IAKH1SON and ins gallant Ar.MY." Simon Snyder's Mcswge to the Pennsylvania Lcgtslalurcficcembcr lO.'i, 1813. rou i:t.r.c rons, HON. SAMUEL C. CRAFTS, ) 1st dist. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 August 1840

THE STAFF IS IN YOUIl OWN HANDS." Wc bog tlio particular attention of every rca- J tier to tlio follawing allidavit. I lore is an oflkcr of tho govcrnmcilUravcrsing the county under pretenco of taltnnjtfio census, but in reality for for the purpose oPproaching politic?, urging tho manufacturers to carry out the Sub-treasury plan by cutting down the prices of labor and the raw -material. " Tlio Staff is in your own hands, why dont you usoitl" says Mr. Lowry, "you are doing wrong!" In paying a remunerating price to the farmer and tho laborer ! Bring things down to the hard money standard, and then you the manufacturers will make something ! But how will it do with the farmer and the labor or ? Let the people themselves answer. About tlio middle of July last tho Marshal of this Blate called at a small woollen fnctory in Milton, which we nro carrying on, in order to obtain some statistics in relation to it. After we had answered his questions ho remarked that wo must be making money ns ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 August 1840

wm Mian " He touched his harp, and nations heard, entranced." gored their bosoms, and accusing you boforo tho I world, of thoso hidden injuries and wrongs in. Ilictcd with deliberate malice long yoars Binco ! It is dreadful to have a human being an im. mortal spirit leave tho world ill at peace- with For no bribery can suborn a witness against THE EMPRESS OF FRANCE. bv t. iii rsriKiss. She Is tho working of whoso destiny Tho man of blood and victory obtained His moro than knightly height. The Conqntror, When a few centuries shall liavo thrown us who has onco nassod into eternity. His tale their shadows upon tho stranco fortunes of will ring around the Judgment tribunal, and we, Napoleon, una given to ovcry thing about if unreponting and unabsolved, shall bo speech- him tho tingo of romance, tho story of his less undor the accunings of a wounded spirit- No wonder, m view of this solemn consideration, the apostle should say, " let not the sun go down upon your wrath." O tscttlo with t...

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