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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 February 1844

, MR. CALHOUN'S LETTER. ' Tlic letter from the Hon. John C. Cai iioun, declining to recognize the validity of the Baltimore Loco Foco Convention and which letter has been anticipated for some weeks past has como at last, in the shapo of an Addrcis' to his political friends and supporters. It is John C. Calhoun all over. After n long string of metaphysical objec tions, and finely spun theories, relating to the formation of Conventions for the nomi nation of Candidates for the Presidency and Vice Presidency, he concludes by perempto rily refusing to permit his name to go beforo the' Baltimore Convention. Ai.. Calhoun docs not decline the Candi dacy -for the Presidency. He merely refuses to allow his name to be made use of, in the proceedings of the Baltimore Convention. It Will be left to his friends to determine whether any and, if any, what further measures shall be taken, in reference to his claims to the Presidency. Mr. C. docs not mention in his address cither Mr. Clay or Mr. Van...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 February 1844

THE DEATII-1JEAST. TV following norm Is' laVrh. tmin n volume en titled "Corn Law Rliymr. and V.illngo Patriarch The author it appears from h! preface, is a icIR rt ucated ninit, hud onn. who has Witnessed, aml;in alt probability experienced some or liatii'lntte,ry vh1ch ha so lorcibly and truly describe as Jierva dine the laboring community ol LngUnd. fliere is a (implicit? and p.ithos in the poem', which cant not fnil to touch a sympathetic chord In the bosom of' the render. Honest pride and independence! coupled with deep and genuine affection, aro fairly portrayed nor Is the picture of endurance nnu ut. ferinir at all exaggerated i ns was remarked by n London reviewer, "what this poem describes, hap pens, daily In England." ,The;lirlril.iy or the wedding day, t , , t Igsjf' Let happier mourners keep, , w j( ' To death my festal vows I pay, Ana try in viiinio.wjep, l Ui'l'llll" ,....1 ..... " . I tit f Mv,brolher Jolm forked hard, and tried tTp smile on Jane andjne., 41 ' V"" But...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 February 1844

.- E BM O W T P H CE If I -X . ' ! i III I" i ' ll9HH )llOU3J tO,l ",! 1 ' ."(. I ' '1 ' J i. no Jlirnittn') WiWs, ; i J BY WM. E. KVTIIEIl.J pSai-fliii--Jill Lljj.- Attn.) - U-Jlu'i-. -u . BHATTJLWBOKO, V tf F E B K U A 11 Y 1 6 , 1644. vojl. x. no:, $8; Vrll w . WWGHT1S Srfj (II II.;. li : 'on-, i' ''(: INDIAN PtfltfcATlVE. , npH0b3ll hUny" medicines have been before the Jbl;fir a much longer VvoddiarOWrtioiiVs lsblt!V;ifar,VDifi: ,l'tt.Ls,,yct,nonc stands now in, Jntf lier,re,pulc,,pr hay wore rapidly attained a firiii. Iliold upon popular t'tftimdtioni. Tlitf thousands that Jiave used theni throughout the length nnd hreattth jflhc llepubjic, all lvr cheerful testimony, to their Hiprouirli efficacy unit nuld operation whcnc'liiiiloyed ill tllS mfial aistreVjinir uWders "which7 flesh is llefr'to1.'' ' ' ' fiTkc(llie6ryrif disease on whteU WnintlTsJ pl.V YfcbF.iVd.r.Lfi 1,'li.t.s nrc founjlcd, Is this, vh that tljlft.fi only one primary riwsc of all the Aisurders Viallijflitl' the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 February 1844

THE MERRY SLEIGH. Jingle 1 jingle I cleat ibe way, 'Tis the met ry, merry sleigh t As it swiftly scuds along, Hear the burst of happy song, Hre tho gleam of glances blight, Flashing o'er the pathway while, "fJInglo ! 'Jingle ! how It whirls," Crowded full oDaughing girls! Jingte4"jingle I ft if fl'fi Bending shafts from hooded eyes, ..JloguislKarcliers;, I'll be bound, Jjittlc heeding who they wound, See theiu vitli capricious pranks, 1'lonffhinV now flic drifted banks - ' Jingle 1 jurgle I 'mid their glee, WJjo ariiong llieiu cores lor mof Jingle ! jingle I on" they go, )'' Caps and bfinncts white with mow, , 1 At tho Jacej.swiinmlng past ; Woddinllirougli the tleecy blast , Hoi a single robe they fold, To protect'them from the cold, fc'.Jinjlc jingle I 'mid the storm, Fun and Irolic keep them warm. , Jingle I jingle 1 down the hills , . O'er tliemeadotys past the mills Now 'lis'slow, nnd now 'lis fast - Winter will not always last. Every pleasure has its lime ! Spring will come nn...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 February 1844

6j 'file following article (torn a lalo nnmbcr of me Asylum, Journal, wo publish as timely nml needful. Wli'tlp great eiTorl are making to circu late city paper to the Injury of ourcountry paper, it become, the people in the country, and especially mc-so who mako uae of country na per as the medium or advertising, to conidcr how far they will allow.lhelr inlcrcaU to be thus injured. vuiu pyopio in mo country advertise in city pa pers, and have insetted therein those Items of local news which .lltey wish to convey to their frif rids, U would be well to patroniso city papers and leave the Country papers to expire hut as this cannot be, ll'iecms- to Us very evident, that the Interest ofthe MbpTc in our country towns and villages would dictatd to thetn, lo support and encourage their own papeis their domestic or home manufactures in preference lo those from the cities. CITY JPlJDLlSlIEItS m. COUNTRY Vf. , 'PRINTERS. Pending the next Presidential campaign, scvqrnl political newspaper pub...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 February 1844

n SC.". A.mnnttr on Boots, bu a Cordicaincr.- Every man that has a sdtc, general!; wears boots, and somq boots last longer, than olli ers. This'is a fact which met will admit. A tight boot is apt to create a jioeliig pain through the foot, but has never been known in create d stitch in the side. The skin has unmptimM been bruised, and the nails hnv bectViha'de td'grow into the flesh I but these difficulties' have been removed by applying Aririihg remedies. It is always best to have aifair- understanding with yoitr cobbler anil a man who has the reputation ,of being tii'ht would not be considered a fit person to buyJof. . .Should . you chance to, come across one of tljis description, and he shoul irv .to dmwib vou. it would dp no good t t'rj's)'te up to him, ,hul merely tap him oil tiiolsbpuldcr in n, friendly way, and lie will notlbe so likely to rip out. A good ensto mor isnlways able to "lac the mark," ami lip ivbn is willinr? to rWhls bills, will find iMl ilfrt r.nliblp- is not u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 February 1844

fa " "" 'te ' "" - JtiZL MOBfT PHCEIVIX BY tVM. 12. RY TH Ell. BHATTLPORO, V t. FEBRU A 11 Y 2 3, 1 844. VOL. X. NO. 26. Ii i FANNY LINCOLN 5 Oil, THE VIIiTiAOU AMANUENSIS. . nv t. s. Art-men. , jNDf.cn Frank, it is time to end this non sense; Ever since you have token that fool ish crotchet into your head, the house tins been overrun. I wonder that you 1snn find rtothitig better to do than writing letters for love-stricken clddhoppcrs, or silly house maids." , "".Quito n flourish of trumpels, sister mine," frank Beverly replied, laughing. ' "No, hut Frank, 1 am in earnest. The fact is, people are beginning to talk about you!" "Ahd what do they say ?" ."Why, they say they say " -VWhat do they say, Isabella 1" "'Why, they say you must have but little to' dtt 1" " ""The allegation I confess to bo Iruo, sis ter," Frank said, assuming a mock serious countenance. But who, pray, arc so much interested in me ? lteally, I ought to feel fluttered." ""It is nothing to jest about, Frank. Ev er...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 February 1844

.1 3r.9iygLf a NOTICE. HP HE subset iber has tn 9V JL ken the shop tor- iuL lncr'y occupied liy D. B. MS Thompson, where lie xvlll keep lor sale a good assort ment of ! Watches nnd Jewelry, (oIl and Silver1 Work, which lie will sell nt the lowest nriccp. Watches nnd Clocks repaired on as favornhli' terms ns.nt any shop in this place. All work wnrrnuted to give. satisfaction, anil nil favors grnteiuny ocKnowieticeii. u. HAoUMili , February 12, 191-1. Farm at Auction. WILL ho sold nt Public Auc linn. nn 'I'mvailnv llir Kill t ilny of Mnrch next, at 1 o'clock, 5SSI, M- o 'he prtmmcs, the Farm ol thu late Widow Lydia Jones, of Dover, de ceases, lying annul one nine cnsioi me ueiurc of the, -tow.il. Said Farm rontaint 3(1 acres of land, suitably divided into Mowing, Posturing, Tillage and 'Woodland, with good Buildings on the3amc. Six mdnth credit, with Rood sreurily, for a part of- the purchase money, will be given if desired. LYMAN HOWE, Adm'r. Dover, February VI, 1S41. 25 Administrato...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 February 1844

- OOKGRI3SS. 12. mem- Washington, Monday night, Fob, The debate upon tho- right of tlio Iters from the four non-districted Sulfa is still progressing in iho House. It had been decided in caucus that the previous ques tion should bo called upon it to-morrow, but ns many who were anxious to speak to their constituents, through this question, have not had, the opportunity, a caucus was held to night lo determine whether it might not bo advisable to postpones its linal decision so ns to accommodate those gentlemen who arc mostly from the non-districted States. The gentlemen who addressed the House to-day, wcro Mr. French, Mr. Mack of Ga., Mr. Ratbbun and Mr. Clcruard. against the constitutionality of the law of '42; ami by Air. Vinton, and Mr. Dickinson in support of the law. The argument of Mr. Vinton was a very able and conclusive one, nud with -the other speeches that have- been undo upon the same side of the question will place the subject before the people in its true light, and en...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 February 1844

Romn'ce oIIeal Life. Tho Bristol, (RhorJeJsfand,) Phoenix has tho follotviiig extract" from a letter written by a gentleman on board the United Slates ship Fairfield, to.Jiis'lalher, a resident of Newport, Rhode Island,. The letter was dated at sea, Sep tember 25th, 1843 after having been at Athens, in Greece. "Whilo we were at Athens, as I was one' day rambling about among the rums of some Flour ! Flour ! fTlUE subscribers hove oh hand and for sate jl by the man or single barrel, SO Dlils. Smith & Alcoa's brand, SO " F. A. Spalding's " 60 " N. Holmes' " 60 " Samuel Giley " 10 " llalavia Mills " 60 4 Fort Schuyler " The above mentioned are all extra brands nl Flour, and will be delivered to customers in of tho Temples, among other places I wan dcred' into a cemetery, and after looking round some time, admiring the construction of some of the tombs, and the beautiful (low er "beds, I was surprised by meeting the man who had the care of the place, and being addressed by him in goo...

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

. u 71 tw;u;i VERMONT P II i: I X, BV Wli. E. RTTIIER. BRATTLEBORO, Vt.aMCARCH 1,1844. VOL. X. NO. 2HT TIII3 INNKEEPEU'S STOUY. lEngland young women, so modest and unas . About seventeen years n(cr the close of suming. Well, the officer called for a room the, Revolutionary war a stranger arrived at nnd supper, and desired that his horse might uo laKCIl uiiru uii, us iiiwjr nviu i" g rectly. Curiosity, you know sir, is naturnl to women ; people say of Now England wo men in particular. However, the. young woman who went into the stranger's room to principal town in one of our eastern states, 'and being shown lb n respectable public lioiisc, Informed the landlord, whose name jViii'-'pdsqu, that ft was his intention to re- inniii tfinrf snvprnt dnvs. Tlip.ro. was nnlll- inr extraordinary in the arrival of a stranger! lay the cloth, nnd wail on the tablo, said, tn'ihn inwn. nnd vet the landlord of the inn when she came out, that she had looked before mentioned, could not help regarding ;...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 March 1844

MB. COL.L,'AMBIt'S SPEECH, IN THE HOUSE, FEB. 7. The Speaker announced tho regular order ofi business to lie tliu report of the Committee on Elections and tho accompanying rcso-, fill ions. AiCoLt.AMcn, of Vermont, then roso nnd proceeded with Ills remarks nearly as follows: In June, 1842, in presence of the Constitution, Congress passed an act np portioning tho Representatives among tho States, according to tho sixth census; and -in tho second section provided that they should bo chosen by the district. That -passed both Houses of Congress, and was -approved by tho President. All the States -have conformed to the first section of that law, but four have disregarded its second section as unconstitutional, and this House is now called on to sustain those States in their course. 1 The IIouso is, by the Constitution to "judge of tho elections, returns, and quali fications of its own members ;" but that docs not authorize it to overrule or disre gard the Constitution, or tho law, made i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 March 1844

:MASS CONVENTION IN CONNECTICUT. An immenso gathering of tlio Whigs of, Connecticut took place at Ilnrtford, on Thursday, the 22d instant. The Hartford Journal gives account of the various dele gations, as they came into the city and says they "reminded us of the scenes of 1810, and gavo full assurance that the spirit, so thoroughly awakened in that memorable year is again aroused. To see delegation after delegation pass through our streets and Whigs without number thronging our side-walks one could but feel that "All is right" in old Connecticut." The Convention camo to order at 10 1-2 o'clock, on the morning of the 22d. The number of delegates present, the Hartford Cournut says, could not have been less than Ten Thousand. The utmost enthusiasm prevailed and a perfect certainty seemed lo nervado the Convention, that Connecti cut was secure and safe as a Whig Stntc. The I rizo Banner, which was prepared lor the town which should send the largest proportionate number of delegates to ...

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 March 1844

1 klv From tht Knickerhockifl fc'.'Hovr many a bereaved father, aslie niclillv gathers about him liii little flock, can respond to mo loucmng painns oi me lonowing unci. u.u we know, in afllicted contemporary who sees but little in .thin world, beroud hit motlierlin babci, , to win his (flections from another and better, unto which liia beloved partner haa gone before him, 'who, a he pursues the tad picture of the domcitic iorrow, win leei mn nis ncart ot Hearts. Your'e weary, prccioui onca ! your eyca Are wandering far and wide : Think ye or her who knew so welt , Tour tender atcps to guide t What could to Wisdom's aacred lore Tour fixed attention calm ? Ah I never from your heart eraaa ' ' That bleticd mother's name : ,(; ''lne ' 'nS vnur evrning hymn, v.f , My youngest infant dove; l .ii-!) Come press thy velvet check to mine, ., ' And learn the lay of love: . My, sheltering arma can clasp you all, My poor, deserted throng 1 Cling, aa you used to cling to her i i Who sings the an...

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 March 1844

wi- ',.... ,'.'. , - - ... ,. , , . , , , ' T E B M O W T P H E If I XT - Si -by 'W'M . b. btthbb, B K A T T JL E JB 0 11 0 j Y M All OH 8,1844. yOJL. X. NO;';28. Frow "Preteotf' Conquest of Mexico." '. OIIEAT BATTLE OF OTUMBA. . As the army of Cortes was climbing the mountain sleeps which shut in the valley of Stotnpaii, me viuettcs enmo in wun tue in elligencc, that a powerful body was cn pamped on the other side, apparently await ing their approach. Tho intelligence was soon confirmed by their oivn eyes, as they turned the crest of the sierra, and saw spread Out, below1, a mighty host, filling up to the whole depth of the valley, and giving to it (he appearance, from the white cotton mail pf tho warriors, of being covered with snow, It consisted of levies from the surrounding country, and especially the populous terri tory ot lczcuco, drawn together at the in ttanco orCtiiltahiia, Montezuma's succcsor, and now concentrated on this point to dis pute the passago of the Spaniards. E...

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 March 1844

Heart Rending & Fatal Calamity. EXPLOSION OP ONE OP THE I..1ROE CANNON ON HOAKU TIIF. IT. STATES STEAMER TIUNCETON. Tiro Members of the Cabinet instantly kill ed, also, Commodore Kcnnon, the Hon. Virgil Maxry, Col. Gardiner of Long Island, and several other jtcrsons. From the Journal of Comment. Seldom indeed have wo been called to re cord n more awful calamity than that which wc arc about to describe. On Wednesday last, tho U. S. steamer Princeton, command ed by Capt. Hobert P. Stockton, made an excursion from Washington city down the rolomnc, having on board a great number of persons, anions whom were the President of tho United States; the Secretaries of Stale, War, and Marine; Commodore Bev erly Kennon, Chief of the Bureau of Naval Construction, Equipment and Repairs; the Hon. Virgil Maxcy, late Minister to Belgi um; Col. Gardiner, of Southampton, L. I., who has been accustomed to spend his win ters in this city or at Washington ; several members of Congress, and many ladies...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 March 1844

Corretnondenee of the Exnress. Inrrsonn nn hnrtrdmr.k mill nn foot rclurtittirr I Washington. Mnrch 2d. TUB FunmiAL PnocnsnioN.-As if to'riagc, ns.wTththc utmosfrapidity it passed make tho obsequies more than usually , mourniui, 1110 sk melancholy as tho during the day titer was as geni nndthe principal entrance to them are clad in mourning. All public business, indeed has been suspended, since Wednesday eve ning. Today the whole district has partici- tinted in tho mournful ceremonies of navinrr a just tribute to the memory of the dead, and j members of the Maryland Legisjaturo are also hero by order, and large bodies of per sons from the surrounding States. -Tho civil and military departments Of the Government participate equally in the memorials of respect. The flags of the dis trict arc all hung al half-mast, and the toll ing of bells and booming of cannon exhibit both sounds and signs of woe. Tho hearts ofthcpcoplo appear to be in unison with the solemn display. The hearts of th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 March 1844

,, . ar? POWER. OF j.IM AGINATION. " Mnnv well oulhcnllcaled instances arc re lated of the nmazinrj influence whlcli the ttn oijlnnlion possesses, not only over the feelincs, hut upon tho ncltial state nml functions of the bodily organization. Perhaps the power which n morbid Imagination may exercise over the jv.nly, was never more strikingly Illustrated than in tho well known case of Lord Littleton, ndissojutc young nohlcman, ol extraordinary penim aiiit'tnlent. Tho story has often been told. Lord Littleton midnight saw inn dream, u.vouncr lady, who told him that on a Sntui dn'y evening, at ten o'clock he certninly would die. This he related to some of his most inti mate,, acquaintances, and invited a number of mem m pass llie appointed evening wuii nun, unit witness tnc inisenoou tu inc prciiicuon. Thcv did so : the eveninir came, and lie on tldavofed to make himself merry as the hour approached, hut it hail fastened on his nnngin ntion with n firmer hold fhan he was aware of; ius...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 March 1844

-if VERMONT FHiENII. BRATTLEBOKO, Vt. )VX A 11 O k 15, 1844. BY VM. E. RYTIIER. VOL. X. NO. 29. JL !Mr" To the American Public. Improvement in whatever regards tho happiness and welfare of our race Is constantly on the march to perfection, and Willi cacli succeeding day some new problem is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, having an important and direct bearing over man's highest destinies. I ( we take a retro spective view over the past twenty years, how is the mind struck with wonder 1 What rapid strides lias scienco made in every department ot civilized llfo ! particularly in that which rclaleo to tho knowledge of the human system in health and dis ease. How valuable and indispensable- are the cu rative means recently discovered lliiough the agen cy of chemistry 1 How docs the imagination kindle and our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near approach to the standard of perfection, of the present time I Through the elaborate investigations of 1 nysioiogy, or me scienc...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 March 1844

'The Whig Central Committee of (he Stale of Mil. to the Whigs of the United Slates. Fellow Citizens: The State of Mary land tins opened tlio political campaign of 18 J 1 by a victory so signal, so conclusive, 'as to warrant the Stale Central Committee in making it the subject or a special address to their Whig brethren throughout the Union. The Election by Districts for six members to represent the State in the lower IIouso of Cotinrcss took place on Wednes day, the Mth instant, and wo havo now pos itive intelligence ol the choice ol the nomi nated Whiff candidate in ever; District. Maryland thus presents an undivided front. Her representation in the Senate is entirely Whin. At the election in October she chose a large majority of Whig members of the House ot Delegates. All tlicso results ore deemed by the undersigned, and, they may add, are conceded by their political opponents, to be conclusive as to what the vote of the Stato will he at the Presidential Election in November next....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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