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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 November 1840

mm NOT TUB GLORY OT OJBSAR'i BUT THB W L F A R I OP BOMB. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1840. VOL. XIV....No. 23. 4 M CORE'S ESSENCE 01'' LIFE. A Valuable OH OILMAN'S I'OOIl MAN'S IMiASTEH. m..i:..:.... ir -mhilv minlicd. will lie llii! O The I c-t strengthening plaster m I ho world, ami n means of savin" ilmii'amK froiu nn untimely grave, sovereign remedy ft r pain or weakness in the Imck, It has been .olJ nntl n-cxt for lliirly year., Willi great loin-, side, hreat, neck, limbs, joints, rheumatism, success, nnd f'iml verv clltencious in the following lumbago, iVc.iYe. une million a year will not supply 1: I'....-.. ,iir.. Whimm hit i:ntieii4. mm. incite uinnu. i nt-v rcuu re a in e wnriiiiitir ix-iurc no ,., 'i-V, '.I. II.. '.V.I.... P..,..'. ..Ii.,..,;,,.,. tV.,M'nlnl ui.rin. I., nil nthm-.. .iwlrfli- mon uonglH, uotn, nunt-iiii 'ri-aiin.iu, 1UII1II-IK.I, i - .'i- ,; ' , i . Quinsy, Atlima, Phthi.ic, Spitting of Wood, Flam- I one qimrlcr Ihe usual pri...

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. — 13 November 1840

From tho N. V. Com. Advertiser. PEACE Oil WAR. The rc.'itlers of this paper have noticed, wo presume, that from the commencement of the late and still existing discussions between France 'and England the latter acting, apparently, as the tho mnuth.piccc also of Russia, Anstria and Prussia tho opinion lias often been expressed that the "Eastern question" would bo finally sot tied without a general war, or a war between Franco and England. Perhaps they may wish to know how wo think tho question will bo set tied, and upon what reasonings wo found this our opinion. As to tho first we have supposed, from tho beginning, that tho Pacha would bo compelled to give up Syria, while Egypt would bo confirm ed to him in perpetuity. It will bo remembered tint originally tho proposition was to give him Ejypt in perpetuity and Syria for life. The ad vantage:) of that proposition he lost by not ac cepting it within tho time limited. After that time ho was allowed a certain number of days within which...

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. — 13 November 1840

man and iillsxiblu republican, our candidate for SherifR JAMES S. SlUiDDUN, L'sy. is also elected by a haiulsonio majority. Our candidate for Congress, THOMAS A. TOMMNSON, L's,. will bo elected by a majority of about one thou. Kiitid. Wc cannot find language to express the grati fication wo feel at this unexpected and glorious result. Our village last evening, was a scene of perfect Jubilee. The whig Jioiis.es were brilliantly illuminated, while the cannon was roaring, the boys were shouting, the giki.s were singing, and the Tippocanoa Hand playing "Harrison's march," "Hail Columbia," "Yankee Doodle," &c, in honor of the brilliant victory achieved over the federal Hrittslt 7'orios ! 7'ho Ladies of t'latttiburgh, who have acted a laudU ble part in the contest which hi just ended, may inscribe VICTORY upon the banner which they presented the whigs on the S.'3th of May last. Let us rejoice I No longer bhall a ban tlitti of unprincipled doimgogucs in Clinton County, riot upon the mo...

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. — 13 November 1840

Ilc'touchcd hishnrp.nnd nations hcnrd, entranced." TO THU AURORA HOUKAMS. mom 'the mm,' Arctic fount of holiest light Springing through iho "inter nifiht, Sprcadini; far bciond yon lull When tho enrth isdaik anil still, Rippling o'er tho sin re, as Mrcnm Ripple o'er their pelldc-j;lcanis Oil, for nnnie, thou viion fair, To express thy splendors rarel Mush upon the cheek of Night, Postluuiics. unearthly light, Dream of the deep-sunken sun, llcautiful, sleep-walking one, Siler of the moonlight pale, Htar-o'ucuring, inetcor-vcil, Spread hv heaven's watching vestals, Sender oi'tho cloamy crystals. Darting on llieir inrr wv conrso From llieir glittering pofar source, Vpward where the air doth freeze, Ilnund the sister I'leiades Jleaulifid and rare Autorn, In the Heavens thou art llieir Flora, Night-hlowing Cereus of the sky, Rose of amaranthine d vc, Hyacinth of purple light, Or their Lily clad in while! Who can name thy wondrou esstne Thou electric I'hospliorcscncc 1 Lonely nparition fu...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 November 1840

NOT T H B OLORT OF O JO S A B', O T T H a l r a r b or soma. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 24. HI CORE'S ESSENCE OF JTJ. Med LIFE.-A Valuable dieine. which, if rightly applied, will I c the mean ol saving thou-anii irum mi iiuim ..i It ha Icon vol.1 nn1 ii-ed for llnriy year, Willi ire.it sncce.s, aivl found vcrv clliouciou in Hie billowing Jieae, viz. Conu.iiiiinn, Whooping Cough, com mon Cough, CoM', dim jnll Breathing. Inlhiciizii, Qitin.y, Alhma, Phthisic, Spitting of Blood, Flatu lency," ln.hge.lion, Loo-cue. of the Bowel', ritof -every kind, Cramp, Rickets, Colic, Catarrh, Dy.cn larv, Fainting, Hypochondriac Alfceilon, Headache-, T3iekne..at Stomach, Meale-, a preventive of Con tagion dl.ea.c, Gout ami Hhenmati-m. IC! heabove Me Heine i prepare.! l.y Henry Sey mour, of Hndlev, Ma. from the Original Recipe, by the direction of said Moore, ami sold by hint and the principal DruggMs in the UnitedSlate. Soi l wholesale ami retail,...

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. — 20 November 1840

From i he IS". V. Journal of Commerce. 1'sin ni:xt roxitiiss. Now that Harrison is elected to the Presidency, it is important to tho comfort ami success of his admin istration, that ho should bo nblo to command a ma jority in congress, Oihcrwiso his plans would he con tumidly thw.iiicd, mid the wli?.'!.i of his adniinistrn tun Horn,' d. Willi n view to show wliat nro the prospects on this head, wo present the annexed stale nu'iit, showing, ns f.irns ascertained, what will bo iho cohipu-itijii of the eonm-css which is to enter upon oTiccsniiultimeoutly with himself viz : on the liliof March newt. SENATE., The Sjanc is at present constituted os follows; there being live vieancic. 'I'he year mentioned at the top shows the dale when their tospectivo terms of service expire. Those m irkid thus t aru Van Jltiren men. states. 1311. 1813. 1913. Maim Ruggle Williamst N. Hampshiro lIubLiarc.lt l'icrco Vermont Prentiss Mussc-li'isr-IM Dai is Rhodo Island Kniht Connecticut Now Vol It Now Jersey...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 November 1840

LEECHES The subscribers will keep for a few weeks, ttiis articlo of Spanish importation those wishing them should give m nil early cnll, THKa A. PECK, A CO. WANTIJD A Still, of nluut two gallons in capa city, with a worm, or citudcnfccr, hy THEO. A. PECIC, it CO. OPEKCH of Hon. Win. Sladr. delivered in tho O house of representatives, on thu iSth rind SOih of of January, taw. For s.alu by I). A. BRAMAN. B UFFALO ltOUHS. 10 hides fnr nale by tho halt 11ICKOIC A CATLIN. single, by NEW TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT At Winooski Village, Tho sutisrrilicr lins com menced tho tailoring business in this place, nnd will do nil kinds of work in his line in ns good style as it is doncat ny shop in this section of country. Cutting done nt nil times, on short notice. WANTED An apprentice at the nliovo hu-ineis. JEREMIAH 1 1 A Kill N ( HON. Nov. 10, 810. UNBLEACHED Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, cotton yarn, batting, wicking, black and whito wadding, Russia diaper, crash table diapcts, padding canvass, n...

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. — 20 November 1840

lie touched litn limp, nml nn lions henrd, cntrnnccd." From the Southern Literary Messenger. F.TIIAN AU.KN. Written on visiting his tomb, nt llurlington, Vt. dv r.rrvs w. cmswolii. Bo here, licnenth thN old amy stone, Lies hid the li;;ht Ilint brightest shons Upon our Rrceii-rliid mountains, when Wnr tried the kouIs of patiiol men. llcneuth this foil, from tyrrtnts won, ltenoo the nlics of lur son, The hero of her day of gloom, Who mmla the land (a dreary waste, While under slavery's minions placed) Like Kden's garden bloom. The mountains were our watch towers then, And guarded bv right gallant men, Who lliiug their banner to the breczo, And tilled the welkin with their cry To win their freedom or to die. The sound went booming o'er the aeaa, And vii.ss.i1h in the nuciciit woild Jlchcld the broad Hags of the free, O'er hill and alley. stream and scs, Like sheets of living name unfurled. They caught the sp'uit of our sires, Anil men like In in who sleeps beneath, Who kiult to but one...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 November 1840

M II- IK STAGY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 25. COTTON Wrapping Twine, o goml article lti3t ree'd Sept. V4. by N. I.OVKLV & Co. T 7 LOUR. -A few llbls. of Family Flour, of superior quality, just ree'd ntnl for Hunt HOWARDS. POU'DUIt. 100 kcs bv J'"wVJ- J. & J. II. 1'r.cK it ('( GHIMVSTONliS, 1 y .I.mc7. .1. it .1.11. PKCK it Co. w OOI. TWIN li fur sale ut HOWARD'S! " ni23 PO I AMI KLTl'LI'S constantly on handhv J tut- 1!) .1. &JJt PI.OK& L'Co. CONCIU2SS U'ATHll, jnt received n fresh supply ol'Congres water, nml for nlc I v MayiG. Olio. I'irri.ltSON. flOKS IIROO.MS& PAlLS.-lOOdoz. corn broom SOdox. patent Pud, June I!). J. it.I. II. Pi-.ck it Co. 50 IIOSTOM N. I'.. ItUAf. Mini. Gardiner llrcvvur, by Juno 13. J. it.I II. PLCK & Co. D ItUCS AM) .MI.IdCIM-.S. A lam- -upplv just ree'd hy Juno 13. J. it J. II. Pl.CK it Co. M ACKKRKL, on consignment, in half barrels just received ntnl lor sale hy J. it J. II. Pi'.Ck it (Jo. FAllil...

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. — 27 November 1840

FIFTEEN DAYS LATER PROM ENG LAND. lies In S iflfl ft rtcnlli of t.wl Holland; outrage on a Xcv York .acl.ct ship. Ac. The rloatncr Caledonia nrrived at lloston on the 10th instant, .linking the passage in some tiling los.i than fifteen day?, notwithstanding the extreme roughness of the weather. France, always excitable, seems now in a more extraordinary excitement than over, an .nhmnimr state even from which the world have litiio linnn nml miipli to fear. Tho Thiers ministry, alter accumulating all the inflammable materials of France in loud cries of, and prcpara tinn for war, seem to have been turned ofT, when thov were about to apply tho torch, by the pow erful hand of Louis Plnllippc. A new ministry, with a war renouncd martial (Sotilt) and a learn cd but yet practical philosopher, (Guizot,) have taken tho place of the old but it is very doubt ful, unsupported bvtlie Press, as it is, with tho prejudices of the nation against it, too, whether it can ride the whirlwind and rule tho...

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. — 27 November 1840

Eflairirfitfxnl In Willision, on tho llih inst., Iiy David Trench, F.9(., Col. OnviLLB Shaw, of Jciieo, to Miss Ann UmrriN. iiniaiisDurgn, on inc mil msi., lty llio KCV. Air. llecd, It. T. llLANciuiin, Ksq., of Whitehall, editor of i..iv'i.i...i.iii-.i !.. ti.1' i I......'. 111 ? lull-null vslllullllll, lis .HISS JULIA VNOI!ALPIi:R8 In llurlinglnn, Nov. 23d. Mrs. F.sTitnn Powell, trifa of Doct. Tritmnti Powell in the fifth year of her age. She was tin' first child liorn in Builiiigtoii. In Shoreliani, on the lHth inst,, Mr Julius Noam top. In South Hero, on tho 3d inst., nt tho rcsidenco of Wnllis Molt, Ki. Miss Swan Aii.vms, d.aitghler of Benjamin Adams I'sep, of Millon, aged -12 years. Hut few arc icinovcd from Ihe meiety of this world more esteemed by acquaintances or beloved by relatives than this excellent lady. NOT1CH. Tho rtnnnal inoclinjf of the Ttiirlinrrion Anti Slavery society will ho holtluti at the Congrega tional place of worship this evening, at half past six o'clock....

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. — 27 November 1840

Ho touched his harp, nnd unliona licnrd, entranced," " OUR YANK15K OlLtLS.' tlV O. VV. 1I0I.MK1. Let Rrrenor Intida nnd liluer skic, If Kiieli tlm wide earth chows, With fairer checks nnd brighter cyoa, Mutch ti the star nnd rose j The winds that lift the Georgian's veil, Or wave Ciren.nsia'fl ctirlfj Waft to their shores I tic Sultnn's sail, Who buys our Vnnkcc (,'irls'l TlicBnysrisL'ttn, whoso finders touch Love s thousand chords so well i The dark Italian loving iniieh, lint more than one ran tell ; And Kin-land's fair-haired, bhie-eved dame, Who binds her brow with pearls s Ve who have seen them, can they shame, Our own sweet Yankee girls 1 And what if court or castle vaunt Its children loftier born 1 Who heeds the silken tasiels Haunt llesiile the golden corn 1 Thcv ak not for the courtly toil, Of ribboned knurhts ami earls, The daughter." of the virgin soil, Our free born Yankee girls. lly every hill wboe stntcly pines Wave their dark anus nbovu Tin; home where some fair being...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 December 1840

fo&u frtt f), NOT TUB O L O n V OP O JD S A S BOT TUB WBX.PABB OP BOMB. BY II. I). STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 20. Wat COTTON Wrapping Twine, ngood arliclcjnst rccM Sept. 21. by N. LO VELY it Co. FLOUR. A few Mil, nf Family Flour, of superior quality, just rcc'tl nml for salcnl HOWARDS. poWDEIt. 100 U-gsly JT J nielli. .f. it .1. It. Pr.cK it Co. GItl.Vl)ST'ONl?, ly .Iino7. J.ttJ. II.PFCKitCn. Wf OUIi TWIN 11 for ni23 ale at HOWARD'S. POI A HI KETTLES contamlv nn hand by J nit- 1!) J. &, J. If. PECK & Co. CONGRESS WATER, jut received a fresh supply ofCVngrc vui'.cr, nnd for nle Iv May2G. OI'.O. PETERSON. CORN BROOMS it PAILS. lOOtloz. corn brooms 50 dor. patent Pail?, Juno 10. J. it J. II. Pr.cK it Co. 50 hoston .. KU.U, Hhd. Uardmer Brewer-, bv June 10. J.it.1 II. PECK & Co. TVUt.S AM) MEDICINE! .TNES. A lnr-.ro 'mi'lv mt J. & .1. H. PECK it, C . I TruTTT hnTf hmrels" iust lanincnt, in linn iiaireisjusi . XJ ree'd I v Ju...

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. — 4 December 1840

AN ACT. llEt-ATINO TO lAMt3. tt Ik hereby enacted by the Ocncral Assembly of the '.aloof Vermont, aalollowst Sr.c. I. Anv banking company, chartered or.rc nharicl, nt the. present scsiun, or nny fuliue session, (hall be subject to tho provisions of this set, nnjl to 'io control, nt nil turns, of the legislalnic, to niter. ncml, or repeal, as the public good mny r'imri'! ami lull be subject to the provisions of tho first twenty- i ven. and the fortieth mid forty-first sections of the eightieth ehnptcrof the riviseil statutes but shrill not b subject to the rciiiainiuij sections of said eightieth chanter, except so fur as this Mine aru re-enacted tt t tit s net. Provided, that no such corporation shall have accrued previous to their act of incorporation or rc-clnrti r, bv the failure of nny safi ly-ltmd bank. Sec.'.'. No such banking company, incorporated m mentioned in the preceding, section, shall make nny loans or discounts, or isuo any hills for circulation, until at least one hal...

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. — 4 December 1840

FIUDAV MORNING, DF.ORMBRU I, 1810. THH CRISIS. Sufficient is now known to ibcido the result in all the states. Mr Van Huron has. received the votes of woven states: N. Hampshire, Vir ginia, South Carolina, Arkansas, Alabama, Illi nois and Missouri 'JO votes in the whole. Gen. Harrison liai receive. I the votes of the other nineteen state., boinji !2:J1 in the whole, and n majority of 171 over Mr. Van Huron. Xevnr, in the annals of party controversy, has it fallen to the lot of the historian to record such an over. whelming defeat. Km'., wes', north and south, seem to Invo vied with each other in pronoun cing loud and unqualified condemnation of the present administration. And yo', notwith'tand in;x those facts, the leading organs of the admin istration thtM s'gn illy robdkod h tho people, are calling upon the D'mwary to "stand firm," to maintain their party organization, and to resist the policy of the next administration, he it what it may. "Such an appeal, so unworthy in itself, a...

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. — 4 December 1840

"lie touched liis linrp, nnd nations heard, entranced." PASSING t'NDER TUP. ROD. 1 mw llic young In ide in licr beauty and pride, Bedecked m her snowy array, Ami tliu liriijlit Ihsh of joy mantled high on tier cheek And lilts fiiluro looked blooming nnd Kay s And with woman' f dA-iit ,in, she laid her l'ond heart At the shrine of idolalrous love, And she. anchored hrr hopes to this perishing earth, lly the chain winch her tuiidei iicss wove. But I saw when those heartstrings were bleeding and turn, And the chain had hern severed in two, Shu had oh.iug'd her white robes for the sablcsof grief, And her Idooin for the paleness of wo j lhit the healer was them pouring halm on her heart, And wiping the teal s from her eyes. And heeticngtliiticd ihoohnittholuidscvor'd in twain. Anil fastened it fir 111 to the ski'1?, There whispered a voice, 'twas the voice of her God "I lose thee, 1 lovo theel pass under the rod." I oiw the young mnthcr in tenderness hend, O'er th couch of lu-r slumberin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 December 1840

' " - .... . . , , i NOT THE GLORY OF O JD S A X O T TBI W I L F A B I OF ROMB. BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1840. VOL. XIV....No. 27. LEATHER Jc.Tlie subscriber has received and is now receiving from New York, a largo as sortment of Leather, Hoots nnd Shoes in nd Jition to his former stock, consisting of the following articles In parti , ... 100 Sides Sole Leather, a superior arttcle,frce from 30 Heavy Cow Hides, water, 10 Sides Harness Leather, 10 " Black Hridlo do 10 Doz. Sheep linings, 2 " South Sea Seal Skins, 1 " Grained Leather, 1 Case Men's Superior Calf Doots sewed, war . anted, 3 ' " Thick Boots, heavy nt 82,50 per pair. 1 ' Boy's " " " 1,871 " 1 " Small Hoys " " 1,".'2 " Together with Kids, Kips, Shoo Tliread, Prunella Cotton and Linen Webbing, Blacking, Shoe Brushes, Ladies French Kid Slips, and a geiicrnl assortment Tf Misses and Childrens Slips and Walking Shoes, 11 of which will be sold low for cash. II. C. STIMSON. N. B. Wanted, a few bus...

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. — 11 December 1840

COMMUNICATION. To the lUilar if ihd Hurlingon Free Press Sin : A stranger who has spent n short time in your buatitiful and nourishing town, cannot do justicu to his own feelings, without tittctnpt ing a slight description of one of the most striking and commanding views which our country af ford;?. Wending the elevated dome of the centre building of the University of Vermont, (over the apartments of more than one hundred young and and ardent (lieon Mountain Boys, who, with an untiring winjr, are rising to professional and political eminence, under the guidance of their eloquent and accomplished President; their pro found and unambitious Ex-l'rcsidont, the mod. csty of whose character, in resigning sodistin. guisdiod a station, serves but to adorn the strength of his mind ; and, us 1 a n told, by the other able member!) of the Faculty of the Col lege,) you look around and beneath you upon a scene of surpassing beauty, grandeur and extent. Casting your eye easterly, over the rich val...

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. — 11 December 1840

Treasurer of the 1 Chittenden County Court, Au Staib or Vbhmont. mist Term, A. 0. 1840. I TmlEREAS, the Treasurer John Willi ami, f VV oftheStnto of Vermont, Jacoi Uoltc, & at tho Mnrch Term of s tid , HeNsv Hand. J court, A. D. 1840, commenced hisa tionol debt on recognizance a.rainst the said John William of Burlington, and Jacob Holfe and Henry Hand, of Colchester, all in said county, therein declaring, that on the 4th day of September A. D. 13.19, bel'ore said court then sitting, at Burlington afore id, the said John William!) a principal and the said Jacob Rolf and Henry Hind ns sureties, jointly nJ severally acknowledged themsclvrs indebted to tho Treasurer of tho Slatf of Vermont in the sum of fou hundred dollars, to bc'lcvicd of their and each of their goods and battels, lands and tenements and for wtnt thereof on their bodies, if default thereof be made in the condition following! to wit. thalif the said John Williams, who wni then in custody on nn indictment belorc sai...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 December 1840

"He touched liio harp, nml nations heard, entranced." From iho N. Y. Commercial Advci tiscr. Tlio Colonel of tlio Huston I ust is n man of inex haustible resource. Ho vwiu knocked down flat by the. overwhelming defeat of hi? parly, hut it was only for a moment : he jumped up in n twinkling, nnd has been telling the world ever unco that ho don't care, in a succession of will v and good humored paragraph?. Now, lest these bliould tire, ho vents his insouciance in metro. Hear him : T II ANKSOIVI N G . bv A nsonncti. "Witil number stuilt tlth be?" "J'oitr!" " ridis!itdr' Election times aro over now, And sjlier times aro conno'i; No moro our tinging cars will ciack With tint mfuinnl drumming No moro the life, inciting fears Of murd'rous midnight slaughters, Will shriek upon the startled rest Of an it nts wives a.ul daughters j God bless 'em! they can anugglc now . llencith the sheet and blitukl-t, Or, if llii! baby needs a spank, Why, venture out and spank ill On .e more at welcome lirca...

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