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actically gone over to the Jackson party.
As Vermont was strongly for Adams, and as Bennington, thed the formation of anti-slavery societies in Vermont, and spoke of the importance of petitioning Con of the subscribers, inhabitants of the State of Vermont, humbly suggests to your honorable bodiesa petition bearing 2352 names as the voice of Vermont in favor of freedom,—probably the most numeroideration of the question, and Mr. Mallary of Vermont, who alone among the New England members oppoand most interesting newspaper ever issued in Vermont.
One column was always devoted to the subjecs adopted State, and to regard his removal to Vermont as a wise and fortunate step.
For moral worth would have done credit to a native:
Our Vermont climate against the world for a better! . . .n by John S. Robinson, who became Governor of Vermont in 1853,—the only Democratic Governor the Stahad been in the city but a fortnight, from my Vermont residence, when the notification came; and, a