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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 March 1844

to go In any direction without restriction, I We have received a communication from "Sig ho should most certainly vote against it. mat" containing omo strictures ution the niece Uut this was not the case. The road runs a' considerable distance towards Brattlebo ro', to a certain lino, and at that point are marked out three different routes, and upon ono of these three tho road must ho built. It Is impossible for tho Legislature to de cide which roulo is preferable, because it is impossible to spread before the House all tho statistics and information necessary to a full understanding of tho subject. The Legislature havo attended to tho matter in the Usual and only possible way they havo referred it to a Committee of tho House, who have faithfully and laboriously discharg ed their duty and the only decision to which the House can come, is that it is con sistent with public policy, to establish tho road on one of three different routes. If the road go to Greenfield, Northfield can bui...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 March 1844

W Frorn'lhe Pouglikeepila Journal. FROZEN TO DEATH. fOn half tiit world does not knoto hoto the other haf licet nor hoto they die.' Few who experienced it, will ever forget the cold Friday of December, 183-; while I have csnecml cause to remember it, iroin the occurrence of such a scene ns I trust it Will never again bo my lot to witness. Having hurried through my professional visits, I hastened home, congratulating my self on the prospect of being able to spend that evening by my own cheerful fireside. I was doomed to disappointment. 1 tie iro zen boots I had taken off were smoking on the hearth, my coat, stiff with sleet and hail, was spread over a chair beforo the fire, and I had just taken a seat nt the comfortable tea-table, when a can was inane upon my professional services. The door opened to a poor woman, who wished the to see her child. "Oh Doctor be quick," was all she had strength to utter as she sank exhausted, into a chair. I has tily drew on my boots and coat, while a ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 March 1844

VERMONT, PHIEUriX. BY WM. 12. 11 Y T II E It BRATTLEBOllO, V t?MAll CXI 22, 1844. VOJL. X.- ISO. 30. WRIGHT'S 1 INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS ; Oil INDIAN PUKGATIVJ3. npHOUGH many medicines liitre been before the ,JL public Tor a much longer period than VVnioirr'a Isdia.1 Veoetablf. Pills, yet none stands now In higher repute, or has more rapidly attained -a firm hold upon popular estimation. Tlic thousands lint have used them throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in the most distressing disorders "which flesh is heir to." The theory of disease on which WRioiiTrs dux Veoktacle Pills are founded, is this, viz: that Oiere is only one primary cause of all lite disorders that afflict the human family, and that is corrupt humors; or, in other words Impurity of Mood. This principle is now so generally admitted, that it til ay in fact be said to be sustained by an universal ity of opinion, the few...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 March 1844

- ' From the Baltimore Patriot. YOUNG MEN'S WHIG NATIONAL CONVENTION OF RATIFICATION. To the Young Whigs of the United Stales. Fellow-Citizens: The Young Whigs qfJJaltimore, assembled in Convention, have delegated tlio undesigned, to solicit, in tlicir name, your nttendance at the Young Mem Whig National Convention of Ratification to.be held in this city, on Thursday, the second oi May. The discharge of this, grateful duty, re quires us to enter upon no elaborate state mcnt oftho reasons, which prompt us to dc sire your presence. The Presidential can vass has already been opened before the na tion. Already, the movements of the pcoplo Have begun to indicate the prolounti solici tude they feel, fur the proper decision of the great questions which it involves. Those questions have been the subjects of your fa- miliar discussion and anxious thought. ou .have nothing to learn as to the political faith you profess, and nothing can strengthen your conviction of the momentous extent, to wh...

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 March 1844

"i I, iii iillil(Mr r V-Jt,. Resolved further, That Wednesday Uio SGtli Inst, be given Tor the consideration of the nbovc proposition, Mr. Thompson of Mississippi and Mr. Payne of Alabama objected to tho reception of tlio Resolution. Mr. Winthrop moved to suspend the rules and called for iho yeas nnd nays which were ordered. Tho House by a vote of 122 to 40, refused to suspend the Rules. Correspondence of the JVVio York Express. DISTRIBUTION T II E TARIFF TEXAS, &c. Washington, March 1G. The bill to repeal the Distribution Act, which was so summarily hurried through the House of Representatives, has been promptly laid upon the table in the Senate, by a vole of 22 to 19. Had tho Senate been full, the affirmative voto would have been larger. Ten Senators were absent. I am not one amona those who believe that the Senate will pass the new Tariff Jiill reported to the House of Representa tives, by tho Committee of Ways and Means. The present Tariff is gaining friends every day, as it...

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 March 1844

D t From the Gaxettcnnd Courier. LINES, Mrs tMimananu ' td in one grate, BT UBS MART II. HALL. t. - i-.,l n1nint morn, and mild. The sunbonms placed on earth's pure snowy robe, As irin haste to DreaK uieas. winter ?Y"t And melt the icy chain that long had bound - i ti. i . ;n it. .t.m nnrl ihill embrace. "With cliostened hearts and spirits sad, we moved On, to the house of God ; knowing iuu wcu The solemn scenes to be transacted there. Twas sad to see them side by side, those loved ti, in..tfr ;iprn. so calmlv slcciiine. The long, last sleep of death, from which none can Awake, save by the sound of Gabriel's trump. The blast of which shall rouse the slumbering dead. Deep, deep solemnity prevaileafnruugn uni Vast crowd, who met to pay the tribute sad To dear departed ones gaied tlic last lime On those beloved by many, many hearts. I saw tho aged rather, mother there, - .Bowed down with weight of years, but more with Will? sorrow deep, yes far loo deep for tears ; For when ihe heart w...

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 March 1844

VERMONT PHdrNIt. 'T RATTLEBORO, Vt. MARCH 29, 1844. VOL. X. NO.' 31," BY WM. E. RYTIIEll. Astonishing and True! AMONG TIM THOUSAND MEDICINES advertised as 'certain cures for all pulmonary complaints,' JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT Blands alone. Its path to public confidence lias been pa Vcd, not wilh PUFFS, but CUKES j and the vouchers Tor its cflicacy include an array ot names which, for character and respectability, cannot be surpassed in this country. DR. JAYN1S, being himself a physician, does not pro-fens to perform physical impossibilities ; but llcTdors assert, and he tines assert, and lie is borne out by well authenti cated facts, that in all DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND CHEST which are susceptible of cure without miraculous interference, his EXl'EC- iUHAiNr will restore the patient to health. JNo other medicine will remove mucous or pus from the throat so thoroughly as this. It clfcctually loosens the coagulated masses from the membrane which lines the trachin, and at every cough the pa...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 March 1844

Correspondence of the ttovt Yoilt Express. Washington, March 21. THE OREGON AND TEXAS, &c. Tho Senate have dono a good action to day an action of peace and common sense by rejecting tho proposition to put an end to the treaty of 1827, for the joint occupa tion of the Oregon Territory. Tho voto would have been larger in the negative, had nil of tho Senators been present. Forty-six Senators voted upon the Resolution, which was rejected by a majority of ten votes. Tho Western Locoloco Senators arc pot altogether satisfied with the vote given, be cause all of the Whig Senators from the South, and three of their own party from tho South, voted against the Resolution, Some of these disappointed persons threaten to re Initiate when the proposition is introduced to annex Texns to the Union. Tho comprom ise here contemplated, I do not believe, will ever be realized. The West wants Oregon, mid the South wants Texas. 'I he want of the South is to strengthen the slave States. nnd the want o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 March 1844

. Mr. Dromgoolc, from the Select Commit-1 lee to whom was referred the Virginia aim Aiaunma ncsoiutions, in answer to those from Massachusetts, praying an amendment of the Constitution upon the subject of slave, representation and direct taxation, re ported the following resolutions : First, That the rule of direct taxation, and slave representation in the Constitution resulted in compromises and concessions, nnd ought to bo held sacred by the friends of the Union. Resolved, That no such proposition ought to be recommended by Congress, and that it should be promptly and decidedly con demned. Accompanying the resolutions was a brief report, declaring that the committee had materially considered the subject, and that the object desired by the Massachusetts Legislature would lead to n peaceable or violent dissolution of the Union, and that all efforts to procure such an amendment blight to be condemned. Mr. Dromgoole said ho desired no debate upon the Resolution, and moved the pre viou...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 March 1844

(ANNE LITT LETON Conlin ucd from first page.) , A few evenings after, tlio two young men again met. This time in a small company. Among those present, was n Mrs. Lindorf, who had been for many years intimate in Mr. Littleton's family. Knowing this fact, 1ir..4...A.ll. inniinnnil in rtrntv linr nil! ill IT cumuli" ......... B -"" conversation before Ins Iricnil, anu iurs. Lindorf, who undestood Henry Allen's true I character very well, and was likewise aware, that for some months past he had been pretty constant in his attentions to Anne, soon be- Kan to speak of that young lady with a view ? p.... ' .is.. !,. ;.,ii,.i? rnllnuin1 IU lUl wui uii(" uv.1 miwi vijmi recommendatory notice was rn,1rt nmnitt iiiiiuu tiuiwijn others of a kindred import: lers oi n Kinuruu unjjuii. "Recently, a circumstance occurred," run ! . J. .... . i v i i on Airs. Lindort, "mat nas raised jvmie miii . s i - , - , . higher in my good opinion. Her father's At this sally the young lady colored deep business ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 April 1844

HEurix ti.r Tar Y WM. 13. 11 Y THE It. WRIGHT'S , INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS ; OK INDIAN PUKGATIVE. IT1H0UGII many medicines have been before Hie X public lor a much longer period than Wtiiatrr's Innuir Vkoetaole Tills, yet none standi now in uglier repute, or lias more rapidly nttaincd a firm Jiold upon popular estimation. Tlio thousands that Jiavo used them throughout the length nnd breadth of the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in tho moat distressing disorders "which flesh Is Jicir to." The theory of disease on which WrioiitiiI's dian VtaETABLE I'ills are founded, Is this, vizs tlmt there isouly one primary cause of all the disorders that ajjlul the human family, and that is corrupt humors ; or. in other words fmmr.'i. nf nu...i This principle is now so generally admitted, that it imj in mm uo s.iiu 10 uc sustained by an universal' ity of opinion, the few dissenters constituting but n feeble minority. It is useless, 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. — 5 April 1844

THE VANDAL TARIFF. Wo cannot believe it possible that the Tariff hill reported by Gen McKay to tho House will become a law. Let us glance at fomc of its provisions. Coarse Wool (such as does not enter in to competition with our own product) is taxed 15 per cent, wlnlo cheap tttannets, tho product of that Hamc Wool, are charged but ten per cent. Here is n discrimination of 5 per cent, against our own industry and in favor of British workshops 1 j Wool (a good article) is charged thirty percent by this bill, instead of the three cents per lb. and thirty per cent, now im posed, while Kerseys, &c, woolen and ( worsted mits, gloves, stockings, socks, draw- era, shirts, &c. &,c. are charged but twenty percent. Here is a discrimination of ten per cent, against Home fabrication. On woolen yarn 515 per cent a discrimination j of Jive per cent, against the American spin- j ncr. It is not possible that such ruinous injustice should be perpetrated by nn ' American Congress. Ready Ma...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 April 1844

who have sympathized wit!) mo in my fechlc efforts in the cause of Universal Liberty, and recreant to that glorious cause itself, if I did not nvow my belief that the time in near at hand when public sentiment will not, ought not, and cannot hold tho slaveholder sum ess. Yes. I will yet farther, and declare, in the name of the Christian Religion and our Republican Iii-;',aiy Courant of Tuesday. It will bo Been al stitutions, based professedly on the principle tll0U6 Baldwin is not elected by the people, tho of "the greatest good to the greatest num ber," that no man, after the next Presiden tial Election, when so much lirrlit clnll l.nun been shed upon this subject, should bo deemed (it to rule over a Iicoub lean, fil,,!,. . t I l l ll I . . .. ..a m iiiiw omul VIUIIIIU, UJT IIUKllllg Slaves, the only two principles upon which either Christianity or Republicanism can stand the test of philosophical scrutiny for a single moment. In conclusion, in refutation of tho slan- . c ttr....i....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 April 1844

There U truth and good poetry In the follow ing. Wo commend It to every ono who pom't tnke tho papers, or, taking them, don't pay Ibr them. Oil, YES I I TAKE THE PAFERS. bt o. B. WALUS. 0, ves, I tnke the papers 'the trifling cost is never missed, Though I've stood Tor lorty years, Upon the pinter's list I Talk not of warriors Faust released Earth from the terror ol her kings He twirled his stick, and darkness ceasedj And morning streamed along the Enat, On Freedom's burnished wings. 0, yes I I read tho papers, And sons and'daughters, tall and small For they have been thro thick and thin, The pastime of us all. 'Twas nobly said, that should a star Be stricken from the dome nf night, A printing press, il stationed there, Would Gil the vacuum to a hair, And shed a broader light. The man who takes no papers, Or taking, pays not when they're read, Would sell his corn to buy a "horn," And live on borrowed bread. The printer opes his wide domains 01 Science scatters Education All o'er the...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 April 1844

urn ix. B IUTTLEBORO, V R APRIL 12, 1844. BY WM, E. KYTIIEK. VOL. X. NO. 33; FERMOIf JL JOL Astonishing and True! AMONG THE THOUSAND MEDICINES advertised an 'certain cures fnrall pulmonary complaints,' JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT Hand alone. Us path to public- confidence lias born pa ved, not With I'UFFSj but CURES; and the Touchers Tor its efficacy include an array ol names which, fur character and respectability, cannot be mirpaased In this country, DR. JAYNE, being himselfa phyiician, docs not profess tu perform physical impossibilities ; but he does aseert, and he does.aBsert, and he is borne out by well aulhenti caled facts, that in all DISEASES OK THE LUNGS AND CHEST which arc susceptible or cure witliMit miraculous Interference, his EXPEC TORANT will restore the patient to health. No other medicine will remove mucous or pus from the throat so thoroughly as this. It effectually looeens the coagulated masses from the membrano which lines the trachla, and at every cough the patient will...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 April 1844

A GOOD LETTER. From the Columbus (Geo.) Enq. March 20. Mr. Clay in South Cakoliki. The writer o! the letter published below, is the editor of the Hamburg Journal, a paper devoted to the politictl interest of Mr. Calhoun, but who, finding his first choice most merciless ly sacrificed on the altar of locoibcoism, comes out with manly independence for Mr. Clay. We never have believed, after all that hns hap pened, that tlio people of South Carolina would again lend their aid to elevate the chief of the spoils men to the first office of the coun try. What feelings or what principles can such a people have in common with a man who has none, or worse than none, for his own? IlAMDuna, S. C. March 4, 1811. Gentlemen: Your esteemed favor of the 22 d ult. came to hand in due course of mail, notifying mo of my election, by the "Musco gee Clay Club," as one of its honorary members, and requesting my acceptance. I cannot but feci highly favored, when I know that the Muscogee Clay Club of Columbu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 April 1844

CONNECTICUT ELECTION. ITS RE- 1 SULTS. - ' 5 The returns from every town In tlio Stnto .liavo been received, and the following Is the re sult! Roger S. Baldwin has received 20,550 voles; Chnunccy P. Cleveland 28,390. Tlio scatter ing votes amount to 1,909, enough to prevent a choice by the people. Tho Whigs, have elec ted fifteen Senators and tho Locos six. The House, when full, contains 218 members. Those elected April 1st, are 98 Whigs, to 77 Locos, including a Conservative member from Monroe, and not including tho members from Berlin, which were illegally chosen, or the one from Colchester, who was elected by the Mod erator of tho meeting voting twice. Towns which nro entitled to 80 members have ad journed without day. Others which can elect 13 members had tho second trial last Monday. If, however, these towns should all elect Lo cos, thero would still be n Whig majority in the House; so that tho State will, in any event, bo thoroughly Whig in alt departments of her government. J...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 April 1844

wim l i i ' I HE Alt THY VOICE, O srHING. ' ' I hear ihy voice, O Spring ! "Its flute-like tones arc floating through the air, Winning my soul with their wild rnvUliing, From earth' hcarUWcarylng care. Divinely tweet thy song I But yet, methinkj, ai near the grovel I pan, .Low aiglu on viewleii wings are borne along, Teara gem the ipringing graaa. For where ate they, the young, The loved, the beautiful, who when thy voice, A year agone, along thene valleya rung, Did hear thee and rejoice I . Thou seek si for them in vain No more they'll greet thee in thy joyous round ; Calmly they sleep beneath the murmuring main, ,t Or moulder in the ground. Yet peace, my heart, be still l Look upward to ynn oxure sky, and know To'licavenlior music now their bosoms thrill. Where balmier brcciea blow. s For them hath bloomed a Spring, vVhofC flowers perennial deck a holier sod, . Whose muaiu la the song that seraphs sing, Whose light the smiles of God t Pntitltnet Journal. Licetises. Wednesday and T...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 April 1844

LU JMIH II 1 II I 4 .7 -- m-- -'f ... ?-., 1?JL tf H'-I r MT MM Uiil Vl . T -V,ls 1 v-,-, i. B V ffil, E. ItYTIIEIt. JIKATTJLJQBOKO V t. APIIIJL 19, 1844. .iron. x-N.p;;34v DIED, In NVwfanp. Marih 4. 1814. of erviiDflat. Mr Tallinn riiillipi, in the 67th yearbfhis age. To the American! liil-il if ' ' ' , . i .1 i The funeral occasion suggested the following and wclforo of our race ia constantly on the march " ,,,.. ,, ,. to perfection, aild with each succeeding day aorhe' Another night of illeni griefispass d, f , riev'problem I solved, or ime. profound sfctet re-' Theitnibpnms from's cloudless sky'crrep Uirongh- veaieu, navinp on imponani anu tfiicci. waring yv crevice in the curtain d room, and roat VJKl mull lllKlivaip utrauuiua imoutra iruu- . , r-.i.. . .... I.. :.. .!...(. ST well- View over llio oast twentv V..ar. how ia UPon ,hose fr-les P i aa if the mind struck With wonder! What rauid stride T "'""le the brow of him again has acioneo made in every department of civilized W...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 April 1844

IUll'1 tll'llll IIIMI'.'B y I C IVIII IIIV 111 M M ., SAMPLES OP CORN FROM LARGE CROPS Gentlemen: Plcaso accent a samplo of Corn raised by me tlio past season. ,1 send three different kinds, nil planted on the!27lh, tSSth. and 29th or May, TJio Brown corn produced 80 bushels per aero : the twelve-rowed corn produced ol .bushels and 1 peck to the acre : the produce oflhe long-cared eight-rowed corn was 88 . bushels and 28 quarts to tho acre. The Brown corn and tho lona-carcd ciclit-rowcd ijcprn yielded 1 bushel and -i quarts of shelled .corn to 2 bushels of ears ; the twelve-rowed .com yielded 1 bushel and eight quarts to 2 I .bushels of ears, and I think one-third larger growth of stalks than cither kind of the cinht-rowed corn. I wish to remark, that the com I have sent v jou Is a fair sample of the . corn in my crib, it having oeen taiten irom mere anu noi se lected as seed corn. 1 consider tho. Brown corn from 0 to 8 days earlier than tlie long' , cared eight-rowed com, and that ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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