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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 September 1840

NOT TUB GLORY OF 0 , S A H, BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. BURRING TON, VERMONT, F HI I) AY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1840. VOL. XIY....N0. 13. PAPER. C. GOODRICH ha? iust received from the manufacturers iti Massachusetts, a full supply of linen hand-nindc. roytil, incduini, Demy, cap, letter, folio-post nnd billet paper, of arious qual ities, aa wove, satin, laid, silt, ite. ite. for sale at man ufactures prices. June 30. BRISTOIj HOARD, Drawing paper and Pen cil". Brilliant reil fluid, blue fluid, japan ink, and ladies and gentlemen's steel pens, ju-t received from New York, nnd or sale by S. HUNTINGTON. Collese st. Juno 25, 1S10. ST DTK OK VERMONT. HI I IK 1,0, t,o proline Dts-r. or CniTTENt)i:s m. J X court for tbe diMrict of Chiltendeii, To nil persons concerned in the cslnlc of Amos Hickolc Inn: of Caarlotte, in satd district ele venses.!, greeting. Whcrca, Nelson UickoI; ndmitra tor of the estalc of aid ileoca-ed, proposes to render an account of his administration, and presen...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 September 1840

' 1 n !mm .tWT 3? SVV fi uc iiiTsIilciitlaUci in ixn economical nilmliils htittoii sound euriciirv n piotccllin; Infill low tularin -ami full prices for labor, nml tliu piotlucls nl labor r o n r i! k h 1 li r. k t. WILLIAM HENRY HAMtlSON. V O It V I C K 1' )l : S I n X T. JOHN yvinn;, Of Virginia. " In nil na.cs nmt nil coimti ', it has been observed, hoi the cultivators of lb" se,l are ihnFO who arc lei-t willing to (mil whli lluir rbdiH.niiJsubuiit theiuselve'i o Uio will of n master. --Wji. II. llAriiuso.v. " The pcuptc if Ihc I'nital Sluice May thuy ever raiuoiiihu. thaltopicseivo thcirlibctlics, lliey must ilo their own voting; and lluir own fighting. II.uiwhon. "Tun r.Mts or Tiiuihasm or womb Asn MIILDIIBS', llLflUKUrnOMUIB FCUl'llHI XNtrX 01' TUB IfUTIII.r.bJ .AVUIH C FTHH Wll.l'EK.Xr u, AXU 1 HOM 1IIK mtill :iorr p vvai..: WMtim, iikst ox IIAWUSON and mi oau.ami A1I.W." - -Simnn Snyder's Mcwjc to the 1'tnmyhunia J.ciirlaturt,! lircmbcr 0th, Hill. roc. rxia-roii-1, HON. SAMU...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 September 1840

cause that lias failed the Daujjhlorsof ibo (Ircoti Atotintaim-, from llioir lioincs this morning. Wo have scon the dark clouds of liitin galliorinj over our country, and wo have watched ymt, or you wont forlb, armed with moral courapo and sound prinrijilcs, to oppose a corrupt ndininisln tion, whoso weapon.! are lrilcry and inlrigite, and bravely and manfully have you thus far done it. Hut we wore fearful, lost your bonrla would fail in the coining contest, and we have come foith to cheer your on your way. This ISaiinor, which wo tender to your acceptance, wo have wrought for you. 7'licrc in no innjric in the web of it, neither do our needles powers the charm of a Fairy'.) Wand, and wo thought not toda.-.'.lo you with a display of gorgeous colours. Hut when you are tired with over watching, and ninking from weariness and toil, let this bo an emblem of our heart fell sympathy in our Conn- try's cause. We charge you as you value your freedom ha watchful, and be wary. Ucmantm; if our ...

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

" He touched his harp, nnd nations heard, entranced.' From the Knickerbocker for August. PASSING UNDHIt TIIH ROD. BY MM. B. 0. DANA. It was tho custom of the Jews to select the tenth of their sheep oftcr this manner. The lambs were sepa rated from their dams, and enclosed in rt sheen cote, with only one narrow way out) tho lambs were nt the entrance. On opening the gate, the lambs hastened to join their dams, and a man placed at the entrance, with ft rod dipped in ochre, touched every tenth lamb. and to marked it with his rod, saying, 'Let this be holy.' Union BiOle Dictionary. . . . 'And 1 will causo you to pass under the rod, and I will bring you into the bond of the covenant.' Eztkiel. I saw tho young bride, in her beauty and pride, Bedecked in her snowy army, And the bright flush of joy mantled high on her check, And tho future looked blooming and gay? And with woman's devotion she laid her loud heart At tho shrine of idolatrous love, And nhe anchored her hopes to this perishing...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 September 1840

NOT TUB O I O II T O V 0 S S A 8 BUT TUB WELFARE OP ROMB. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,1840. VOL. XIV....N0. M. MAGNECTIC ODONTICA. THK TECTII1 THK TKLTH !t Tub Incumpadahld Tooth 1'nr.PAtiVTioM. The fact I proved, nud tho most In credulous nil 1ttltfilE; are fully convinced, as we have the evidence from (ho sate of 20.000 boxes of thoOdon ilea, within the pa-t year, that tho Utopion dreams of the alchyini.t are realized, and ft remedy discovered for preserving those important and useful appendages of the human system, hy the u-o of the Magnetic Odon tlea, which by Its ailrac'iivc, and strengthening quali ties, removes all extraneous substances from the teeth tin J preserves them in their iintunil ljrilliaticy, nnd the gums in soundness and beauty. It is ascertained from experience, that when ii-ed, the teeth will never de cay, but remain till the latest a 50 of man, with their natural wear. When they are decayed, its progress will be arrested, and the ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 September 1840

ttOEltE IPIBIB8Q Una presidential Icim-an economical adminis tration a sound currency a protecting (arlil low salaries and full prices for tabor, aud the products oflabor. for mr.siDF.NT. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. ron vies rntBitiKJff. JOHN TYLBR, Of Virginia. In all ages and all countries, it has boon observed, bat the cultivators of the soil nre those who arc least wflling to part with their rights, nnd submit themselves u the will of a master. Wa. H. Hadmson. M The people of the United Stales May they ever wmemhor, that, to preserve their liberties, they must do their own voting ami their own fighting. Harhisoh. "Thr m.rRtNos or thousands or women akp eMILDnr.N, ttKHlVeDrROMTIIB fcCALI'INO KKll'E or TUB CTIIIJ.KS SAVAOB or TUB WILDERNESS, AND TIIOM TUB, miX MORE KAVAGE PttOCTOB, REST OM HARRISON amd ms gallant armv." Simon Snyder's Message to Ih Pennsylvania I.egistature,Dectmber 10m, 18U, FOR KLECTORK, n N. s.vMUUt. o. grafts, r HON. EZRA MBKCII. R 1st dist. WILLIAM HENRY, td dist...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 September 1840

Arlington, llcninngton, uorsct, REPRESENTATIVES. Majorities for Oov'r. Whig Loco. BCKKINOTON CO. S. Canfield, J. Weeks. II. Morse. Glastonbury, A. G. IIawcs,t Lnnilgrovc, C. I. Mead, A. linker, . S,Wagcr,t .1, Davidson, J. Hastings, 11. i nine, Mancnestcr, Powiml, Peru, Rupert, Saudgate, Shaftsbury, Sunderland, Winhnlt, Woodford, Acton, Athens, llrookhno, Brattlcboro Dover, Dumtnarston Grafton Guilford Halifax Jamaica Londondcry Marlboro Ncwfano Putney Rockingham Somerset Stratton, Townshend Vernon Wardsboro Westminster Whitinghatn Wilmington Windham S. Mattin.t E. A. Gravcs,t 11. Wheeler, W.Park, WINDHAM CO. N. Fisher, T. Porter, r S. Adams. K Wells L. Hall.t S French 1! II Dridgman W llullock It K Kinney S TH Cheney S Smith Wm, Newton N Eager John Smith S L Hillings D Rico S F Townscnd C Washburn J P Warren John McNeil E Putnam Smithr W Harris MJTIANB CO. Kinp N J Sprnguo Higbec J A Hayes 0 Leonard Itccd Sheldon Benson Brandon Casllcton Clarendon Chittenden Danby Fairbttven Hubbar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 September 1840

"Ho touched his harp, nml nations hcnnl, entranced.1 THU DYING IIEIJURW'S I'ttAYKIl. A IlF.nttr.w knelt, in tho dying light, Ilia cyo was dim and cold, Tlio hairs on his hrow were silver white, And hi? blood was thin nml old I He lifcd his uyes t" hi." Intept sun, I''or hu knew that hi pilritiinsc was clone I- Aml nshu saw Odd's thmhw there, His spirit poured itself in ptnycr ! 11 1 conic unto death' second birth. Henrath n etranper air, A pilgrim on a dull, cold earth, As nil my fathers were ? And men have stamped nic with a curse, 1 feel it is not Thine. Thy mercy liko yon sun was mado On mens them to shinoj And, therefore, daro I lift mine cvo Through that, to thee, before I 'die. t " In this crcat temple, built by thee, Whose altars nro divine liencath yon lamp tha', cirelcsjly, Lights tip thino own true shrine, Oli I take my latest sacrifice Look down uinl make this sod Holy as that wheie, Ions nijo, The Hebrew met his God i "I have not counted the widow's tears, Nor dimmed the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 September 1840

tee ftiiircterit fvtt ftog, " mi.ot or oiui) HTtMi nrAn o' k o m a. ' BYH. B. STACY, BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1840. vol. Y1V Yn is ' TVTAGXECTIC ODOJf TICA THE TEETH ! ITJL THE TEETH! I Titc iNcostr-ASsntD Tootm rRCMRTnoM. The faut i proved, snl the mott In eredulou ait doubting are Tilly i.-onvincexLas we hive (he evidence from the rale of 20.000 boxes of the Odon tics, wilhin the pant year, that the Ulopion dreams of the alchymist are realised, and a remedy discovered fur nrerring tboe important ami useful appendages of the h'linaa system, by the use of the Magnetic Odon tica, which ly it attractive, and strengthening quail liti). remove all extraneous substance from the teeth and preserve them in their natural brilliancy, and the experience, that when iied, the teeth will never de cay, hut remain till the latent age of man, with their katural wear. When they are decayeJ, its progress will he arreted, and the teeth preserved and prevented and preserved from achin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 September 1840

fno presidential term mi economical adminis tration a sound currency a prolrctltic tnrlll' ' Idw salaries and full prices for labor, mid the products ol'labor. 0 ! PBtBIDC.1T, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. r o n vice r n k h 1 1 k n t. JOHN TYLER, Of Virginia. " In all nges and nil countries, it has been observed, hut the cultivators of the soil nrc those who aro least willing to part with their rights, and submit themselves o the will of a master. Wm, II. Harmson. " The people vlhc United Stales May they ever remember, tliat, to preserve their liberties, they must do their own voting and their own fighting. Hamusox. "The Bt.r.sMNox or thousands or women and ftiumr.x, iiksc-Ced mom hie scalpino KNirc oi-tiie BVTIILES3 SAVAOK OF THE WRDEnNESS, AND MOM THE TILL.tOnE SAVAOR 1'nOt.TOII, BEST ON HARRISON and ins oallant aiimv.'' Simon Snyder's Message, to lite Pennsylvania Legislaturejhcembrr lOM, 1813. ron ni.Eci ons, HON. S VMtJEL O. CRAFTS, I .,., HON. EZRA jMEECH. J Mitirg: 1st dist. WILLI...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 September 1840

MAINE. The returns from this state are indeed cheer ing, thus far, We have returns from 10 towns, which show a gain of one member of Congress in the Cumberland District throe Senators.four members of the House, and 1)79 in the popular vote. A similar gain throughout the state will k'ivo us a whig Governor and Legislature, and tit least one half tho delegation in Congress. But lot us, wait patiently. We have never claimed Maine neither do wo need it ; but wo may have, to tako it, after all. HOW STANDS THK ACCOUNT) The election of Harrison may now lie considered vcrta'tp. In 183(5 Mr. Webster obtained tho vote of Massa chusetts, I I, Ocn. Harrison had New Jersey 3 Del aware 3-Vrrmont 7 Maryland 10 Kcntiickv IB Indiana 9 Ohio 21. Totals). Since then thu Whigs iave gained the following States which voted for Van Hurcn in 193G: New York 42 Virginia 21 North "Carolina 15 Coniiecticctlt 3 Rhode. Island .(--Louis-isnaB'-MichieanS. Total 163. 14S constitutes a majority of all the electoral v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 September 1840

r " He touched hi harp, and nation!) heard, entranced." THE WORKS OF GOD. BY BIEIIOr KEOLS. There is a book, who runs mriy read, Which heavenly truth impart, And all the lore iw -cliolar need, Pure eyes and Christian hearts. The works of God, above, below, Within us and around, Arc pages in that book to Miow How God himself is found. The plorious skv embracing all Is like the Maker's love, Wherewith enrompasstd, tteat and small In peace and order move. The moon above tho church below A wond'rous race thov run, But all their radiance, nil their glow, Kach borious of its Sun. The Saviour lendi tho licht and heat That crowns his holy hill s Th sjints, like stars, around his sunt, l'ci form their courses still. The saints above aro t tars in heaven What are tho saints on earth 7 Like trees they stand whom God has given Our Eden's huppy birth. Faith is their fixed, unswerving root, Hope their iiiifuuini; llower, Fair ileedi of chaiity their fiuit, Tho glory of their bower. The. dow of he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 September 1840

f me NOT TUB O Z. O R V OF OJOSAR) OUT TUB WBLPASB OP BOMB. BY 11 B. STACY. BURLING TO N, VERMONT, F HI D AY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1840. VOL. XIV....No. 16. T iT A N HOT 1 C ( 1) O N T 1 C A. .IA THE TEETH! THE TEEM !I-Tiik Incomimiuiii.d Tooth PtiKrARVTioN. Tlie fact is proved, aim inc niu.x in uroJulous ad do-ibting are fillv convinced, a. we have lie evidence from the snle of 20.000 boxes of the 0.1on lies, within the pa.l je.tr, lhat the liopion ilteams t llic aloliyniM ra rcalied, and a remedy discovered tor prc-crving'thi.-c important and ii?fil iippcnd.ige.. M( Ike human svsiein, by the me ot the MnsiiulioOJon tioa, which by it atlt active, and strengthening ttiali-lie-, remove. all extraneous substance, from the teeth itnd prc-erve. ihem in theirm-turnl brilliancy, and the gum, in soundness and I canty. It t ascertained from experience, that when ii.eJ, the teelh will never de cay, but remain till thu latc-t age of man, with their hatural wear. When they are tlecajc.l, its progress...

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. — 25 September 1840

Olio presidential term an economical adminis tration n sound currency a protccllnt; (arllT low salaries and full prices fur labor, and the products of labor. WILLIAMHENRY HARRISON. ron VICB TRKSIPr. KT. JOHN TYLER, Of Virginia. " In all ages and nil countries, it has been observed, that tho cuhivntora of the soil nrc thonc who are least willing to part with their rights, and submit themselves to the will of a master. Wm. II. Harrison. " The people of the United States May they ever Mtnombcr, that, to preserve their liberties, they must do Aeirown votingJind their own fighting. IlAttntsON. " TltB BLtSSINOS Or THOUSANDS or WOMEN AND MtLDRKN, PEiCVSD mOM TUB fcCALI'lNO KNITE OFTIIE alTIILBSS HAVAOI OF THE WILDEttNESfi, AND TDOM TIIH TILL MOMB SAVAGE PnOCIOR, REST ON HARRISON Ao ma gallant abmv." Simon Snyder's ATessags $ Ihc Pennsylvania Lcgislaturc,Dceember Oth, 1813. ron ELncTORi, HON. SAMUEL C. CRAFTS, ) HON. I-VZRA MF.F.CH. $ M ,arg'' 1st (list. WILLIAM HENRY, 2d dist. JOHN COXANT,...

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. — 25 September 1840

htelv waived, bv tlio democracy. Some had conscientious scruples about foreign influence) while a much larger claws In vrew of what had occurcd in Vermont, exclaimed, ''wc seek no changes, such as you would bring us." Lucifer, son of the morning, how art thou WW FtllE. The barn and Woodhouso attached to the premises of Dr. John Potncroy, on Wator-st. Wore burned down about 12 o'clock on Friday night, lawt. It is not known how the fire origi nated. The Standing Army. Not a voice is now raisod in favor of this last project of Van Bureii ; and even he himself, after having strongly re commended it in his message, is compelled to acknowledge his doubts of its constitutionality. How different this from the the palmy days of the party, when the chief had but to say "I will it," and it was done ; when all doubts of eonstitutionality were dispelled by "the Consti tution as I understand it." The wand is broken land the spell has lost its power. Tiik nLissiNos or low wages and no meat. It bei...

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. — 25 September 1840

1 " tie touched his harp, and nations henril, cntrnnccd." Krom lllack wood's Magazine. THE EMPKKOll AND THE KAIMil. There ate somo curious and pome interesting relics of tradition ttill to be found among the Jewish pooplo. Their dispersion, and the infinite miseries inflicted on them, in every country wlicro they fled from their own, inevitably extinguished their general cultivation of litcraturo t but they f till possessed scholars, phi losophers and teacher of the law, who illicit have boon distinguished in better times, and among a more prosperous people. The- Talmud is well known to European scholarship, ad containing, amid much ex traordinary and fantastic mutter, somo valuablo re cords of the nntion-d history and feelings. Its sen tentious and moral nnratives, its AgHtlUhii, arc roinetimesstrilun!; and noble; and thcallosorics, mys ticism, visions and paiables of tho Alcdrasbiim aro sometimes not less sagacious than sublime. Tho subject of the following verses is from a tradi ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 October 1840

NOT TUB QLOBV OF O H S 1 B BUT TUB WBZ.PABB OF BOMB. BY H. B. STACY. BUKLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. n. MAC.XFCTIC OIONTICA.THE TEETH I THE TEETH !!Tnu iNenMrAnAM.o 'Iootii l'Rr.l'AnvTU'N'. The fact i proved, nml 1 lies mot In credulous d doubting are fully convinced, as wo have i .i,i..,i,.,.rnii ilm Milu of '20.000 hose ol ihcOJon- tica, within tin- pa-t year, ihnt ill" Ulopiou dream of the alchyinit nro rcuiiKeu, mm a ri-inu.iv ms for pro-erving tho-u Iiiipnrtnnl nml useful appendages of lire Ii'ini.iii svtcin,hytho u-; of the Magnetic Odon tioa, which liv itsullrnetivc, nml strengthening n,uali-tic-", remove'ull extraneous substances from t ho loolh ami preserve them in theirnatural brilliancy, nml lliu gum in soundness nml I c.iiity. It i n-icrlalned front experience, that when ti-cd, the teeth will never tie jy, but remain till the latent ago of man, with ihe'r natural wear. When lliey are decayed, its progress will lie nrrc-tod, nml llicteulh pre...

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. — 2 October 1840

Hue presidential term mi economical nilmlliln tration a sound currency a protect Ini; tarlll" low salaries ami lull price for labor, and the products ol'labor. ron rntNiDE.VT. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. ro VICE PRESIDENT. JOHN TYLER, Of Virginia. K In nil ages and nil countries, it lins been observed, thnt tho cultivator of the soil nrc those who nrc least willing to part with their rights, nnd submit themselves H the will of a master. Wm. II. HAiinisoM. a The people qf the Cnitcd States Mny they ever mncmber, that, to preserve their liberties, they must do brir own voting and their own fighting, Habiiison. "Tnr. mrssisos or thousands of womcn .vvn CttlUir.r.M, nllbd'UP I'HOM Till". SCAU'lSiO K.Nll'S OPTIIH BVTHLKSJ SAVAOE Of TIIK Wll.DKR.Nr.3K, AND MOM Till'. TILL MORE SAVAOE l'ROCTOn, REST ON HARRISON ip ms gallant armv." Simon Snyder's .Message Hu Pennsylvania Leglilature,l)ccember 10M, 1813. run ELECTORS, HON. SAMUF.L C. CHAFTK, HON. UZRA MF.KCH. At large. 1st (list. WIU.IAM Iir.NR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 October 1840

DISTRICT CONVENTION I TIIU PEOPLH Of tlio Fourth Congressional District nre requested to assemble in Convention nt Johnson, on Tuesday, the, SIXTH DAY OK outuiiek next ntotiuiv eloek, P.M. for tho purpose of hearing Political Au Ureascs from the Hon. WILLIAM SLADE, ofMul illcbury, and several distinguished speakers from u broad. , , , , , Vainyen, worse than vain would it lie to attempt by a labored argument to induco a general rally of tho true republicans of this District-for when the rights uf Freemen arc in danger, they will asscmblo spon taneously to devise means for their protection, and break tho arm of tho oppressor I Let us, then, have one of those mighty Mass Meetings of tho People, which have proven so efficient in tho disetnination of correct principles of government. An intelligent gentleman from Chittenden says we may consider her good for three hundred) and will Grnnd Isle, Franklin and Orleans bo out done'! We shall sec Johnson Whig. 11KAL ESTATE. We would direct the...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 October 1840

" Ho touched liis harp, ami nations heard, entranced." From the L'lica Observer. A fliort lime s'mco, wc published tlic following pretty lines written by piofessor Longfellow, and arc now obliged to re-publish litem, fiom the eirctnnstnncc that some 'fair' one who, no doubt, has fancied her self the particular 'maiden' within the profcssoi's knowledge ha? sent us the annexed modest and beau tiful answer, which wc gho to the world, in hope that it will meet the eye and dispel iho timidity of hint whom the professor cautions to 'beware.' STANZAS. nV II. W. LONOTKUOW. I know n maiden, fair to see, Take enrol She can both fnUo and friendly be; licwaro! beware! TruM her nut, She is fooling thee 1 She has two eyes so soft and brown, Take care! She (jives n sidc-chmcc and looks down, lleware ! beware I Trust her not, She is fooling thee ! She has a bosom while as snow, Take care ! She knows how much it is best to show ( Beware I beware! Trust her not, She is fooling thee! She weaves n garl...

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