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the universiiv coniainiii-r onward of il,.. ..
The in'ililnntiini country fre mi thr tich-l
! ni'-' of its foil. . -uul it hi Hi Mate of cultiva!
.notice Toni(iii.riugri:.
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Non donnoii-;t nos hftevu une drsciip
t ion de la pi nte ville, dans l'Ktal de -r.
moni, oil imprime tmWc jounial. No
aloniies Canadien ourront m la compa
rant il la ville dr Trois-Uivu-U'!, df Srr,
de St. Jean, de lvpiairie, &,c. juger dri
avantagrH industriels 1 1 !nlitipns qui rw
te ut en faveur de Burhiuton, avantagii1
fpie l'on trouve dnn toutes le jx tiu ville
et villages des Klat-l'nis.
Burlington, dan le comté de Chilien,
den, il !M milles de Montréal, est dan
une situation charmante, ipù repré-ent" nu
Toageur un de ces ulei pittorewpies rl re
uianpiables de la Suis-e. Située dans une
petite Ixiir mrlaive orientale du majes
tueux lac Ch.'wnplain, la vue nnlua e,
(juaml le sectatur prend non xintde vue
de troiind-( amp, une vaste partie tu lac,
l'Ile foililiée de Juniper, le quatre fièfres,
ou les jolies Ilots dont la imrface rsl arse
mée, n'olTunl aux regards iu liantes de
l'observateur. Au-lela, les montagne
bleuei deri'tatdeNcw-Voïk.àrhorison.cou
ronnent gracicu-emeul le ( humplnin en
amphithéAtre. En m fctouruanl ù l'Est,
au loin daiiH la campague, ou voit m des
tiner les montagnes vertes qui pnrcouienl
tout l'Etat du Vermont, auquel elles don
nent leur nom.
l'i ville de Burlington est assez bien bâtir
quoiqu'il ticun édifice public remarqua
ble n'attire l'attention de l'étranger;
les rues en sont laiges, quelque unes Imr
dées de Svcoiuoub; lien te coujienl h
angles droits. L'élégancde l'architecture des
maisons jmur la phqiait loiisiniiu en
brique, parfois décoiées de colonnes et de
jaidlllM qui hs eiobellissi'iil, hi1 l'ilivcr
Hlf, ses collèges, ses temphfi fin maiiH-
fat Hues font de Builington un heu sédui-
satit. L'air y est pur et salubie. CelH;
ville renfenhe l'Cniversité la plus réputée
de l'Etat de Vermont. Le féné.al La
fayette dans sa tournée aux Etat-I'nis en
en a jioM'- la premiéie pierie.
l'urmi lr- iii(illilliiens d'utilité miUinuc nui
orutiit ce beuu villajrr, on tnmve d tu lmiqii ,
uu palais de justice, une prisuu de comte, d.-in
rolleyen, fi temple, lloilt llëllX : " le Clllllolique
et hs pKsIiyieilen," lurent déduit pur un
iuceinlic. Jxs principuux lirtbilan, iiuniqiin
proto'tuns, ont mi, par une noble tolrriuiee
qui leur fait honneur, h ln. ilioitin lit mis
noimairc Catholique, h: h.ih ilu l'alnis d'Au
ditiu e, pour 1 eli lrer h Saint Mvli ri s. Il
y a dniiN la ville une verrerie, une poterie, une
papeterie, cinq hotel bien ti nu, trois tanne
ries, plll.ieurti lilliliques it lieux prUCK.
Le hal'itan. le Jturlingioii pisi ili nt nu mi
lieu d'un trou journnux n riodiiiui H, iiuitre
imprimeries, deu lilirnirirn, uu l ahini tde er-
niicun marelic pu'die, laUiseiuent d,iu une
ville, hi itvaiitiieux jiour I'm q iitiun tletuutea
sortes: de denrée, t ni propre ii stimuli r l'in
dustrie des etlhivuteiir di V ui-ohaju'.
Sa piqiulatitiii est maiuteiiaiit de 7, "(Kl am s.
L s principaux propriétaire dew muguifiqui s
bail ill-.l-V II peur qui Vu!lei -ur le Lue
Clianqd lin, août de llurliii;'tuii l île ses envi
rons. Oil I lillie leur e.lpitJll à ïiMIilMl ; j
ont six I iiteaux-a-v iqx ur, dont quatre seulement
sont r u ni iivio'.
Lu poste arrive iei rlmriur jour midi
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partie d'uli'iitotir oti're des paa;ie l-eaux 1 1
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1 (111 r trouve île terre fertile-, i-l lurn rullitef.
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r l piq.ii rs i.oui Iks. Kina Hurling.. u 1 1 ; "e di , ,,. .( iU; L a : f itirt. du
e rlivirolia, le w ilple 1 -t dutineui ,il .i.i''''l"",.'l'",'''v"'-1h"11. ' la déroute ri ltq.lrl..
industrie, inti llig m e, m r.pnt d'enlrr- j t4iie ,U . .,nri..lr a f. TUrU a
piU-.aa Uni ne ediiiatiou rt m a !.iine imuira. ! ll,u hrn ha ..ii a.lul din U luitr, au.
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U loi. Ptin te. minions pul liqui a, le ). U'rdc n .i.ltl. r, i l jit ilm lucnie iktruu
mnnrhe a ri'hm-, il i-t imp..iidr dr di.iin- ' "'r aric.ude ii, tea tr.HjH arii;Ui.r.,
puer a la iioM-, t n.Miaiîiron. prr.,ue aux uuni-1 Cr p.in..ie nui rreulaL.r U lum d... rinr'
erra, un anisan ! m qui l'on appelle ,.in. I. ! 'r"-1' bit d. p.-. .k, aj un-h. n.Unt ur
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iunhenalilo ; rui.i )M r.oiu.c n'i iu.Uire ,i 1 ""'dvftl an-Uia ayant f..re .. uf ,r
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ont uu droit -ni a la pn-t.i lu, 11 du t'urri.e. ! ' 1 ' " p'-T'i' 'I' ux qui r-n.Wiairi.t .Liu
ment el rrçoiv. nt leur tr-.il foi ht ! Lur n b- i ' '" ""f'oi. , I" une !.. ,u 1.in.. .
gioutinin s, dont ils .oui 0I.I141 de n lu r h. r ! "" " ",r' ,"''l' iu-trumm. ,U-, rnM mi
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ver un plus puiaiil appui que u lui qui- leur I'-" '"- m ifu I. xdltf- d- M. Ihm
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que la rclipou, une république rt la liberie .. mt
loin d'etre iiii'oiiipntible.
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I'ar rappoil k la vie tluiueiiqiir, l'i dueniiuii
du In uu aexe et de la plus ritude itiqK.rl.iiii e.
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ilill.lilf llielit II pi UK (tatide pitrlie de nun eu ;
OU il cherche Ull relive eiililrt leu I intjurru it
les texatiolm ilea hlldire ; nil r.ul.iui i lot III
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lloumienl Ii a V liiinillili s lia plut mil -hint s,
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ou règne le trésor de Tumour pur tl ib-Mute
n aie, rollillie tilt e trouve OUe l ift lut lil il. mi
l'e-oUme d'un monde lalcila-iur, Un 11 n'. si
plus à souhaiter que de o 11 In aoii si jour l'o!.
ji t le plus 1 lier de ami allai In nient i t de si sa-
titsf.i'tioii
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les; mit II llderi i-, ni h s II pu h
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préi.ifii- pour imprimer nu 1 . mon n e d-nne.
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1 nvtriilioli est un ! élu -'ram;. 1.1. île
l't Xisti li'e, jilu I il I l.i 1 lu 1 !- Ile p.tr b ! -Souri
t a d' à I 00 liiit"4i lu t , i in I li lulu
de lu moralité, le r.iliiiK mi nt du (mit, plu x-
qtlie 1 I nuti lu Joie pii en 1I1 1 .e. ( 'l I (!i
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lueu originaux, son l'i' m r eiii liante, sa
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linti IWei m e el uu dis out auiine, 1 v.iltrni montre.
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r . u . . , . i furent I rulei, U-.u'it 11. , !'.iiui tit a rult .
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. . , , ' lete, t l.liUii'ura nutrt malum pilifrea rt l
Si aoti éducation i al ce ou i t; d.ut l ire. île . .....
t ' ' .itiriii.1,1 mrj.i.iiitif niir iti' ijn ml ftlirm
ne peut manquer île rendre m il. iim ure a;'rea-, f;' ,2s i, 4iii un miul l'J.lio .le p. fie
le tolltcs le veriiUlie de sa iiaiasr, ilil lie i aoutii Iti Mt U a tl.l iLtli lit Si. ClialU . i O
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e qu'il ie )il l'i-ieir arrivir.
: I u miiii.iite i!.tinytie de l'an
aimer attuia.,
p 10 ill' un nt avoue au Dr. Nil-on, qui' U
1 .1 . . .
' "'" rvatioii uu ! aux atiiit ne '..n.i
lire aiin'ui e iju a leur virtiott: I M. I larl.
C. initie i M. Pil. la, ! Ctuildwti a ."l.
( ,,r, , 1()llt,, ,, n une mut pid.i qui . À,.
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ii. enl uliii Ii ai 'ai. 1. 01 a.x' l it roai.il'
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!.. iu...,i,.L .C..l'- -ti.. i.l I. Ht cive tlii dav to our reader-, rt le.
freuition of the town in which tuir paper i
I
mil 1 icd. xhir siioscniicr 111 anaua
will have fin opportunity, by companm:
llurlinirton with Thrce-Uiver, Sorel, Si.
John and Laprairie, of judgim; of the
irrfat jKilitical and commercial advantages
in favor of Burlington audi every other
town or American villa?.'.
- -
Burlington, in the state of Vermont,
county of Chittenden, is at a distance of j
miles freom Montreal, ami is most
nprcnbly located, representing to the tra
veller's fe one of thoe rcinukablc
$cenerie, so peculiar to Switzerland.
Built in a (mail hay on the East fide of the
majestic lake Chainphin, its' position cm
brace t a treat extent a beautiful view of
the. Lake and of the fortification- of Juniper
Inland, (principally when that view is tak
rn freom Camp (îround,) and ehews to
the eac hatted eye of the observer, the four
finallhiit beautiful islands, known by the.
aaute of the " Four Brother'-," as also of
the Blue Mountain-of the state of New
York, wliich form the most splendid ampi
tlicatre that a traveller can (raze upon. On
t un iu the view to the East, the (Jreen
Mountain appear iu n no le-s beautiful
nspi'ct, forming n complete chain und di
tidins the greater part of the ktate of
Vermont freom the other States.
Àjthouïh the traveller's-eye cannot pa.v
4ipon splendid edifices, yet the town of Bur
lington is remarkable for its private build
in Tiie streets, several of which are ed
ged by line Sycamore trees, are wide
and disposed of at rjtrhl angles. The ele
gance of the houses, constructed gener
nlly of brick, anl sometimes adorned bv
oiticos and pillars, and gardens laid
out with 1 great deal of taste, tho
J "diversity, the. colleges, the churches
nd îrwinufacioiic, pivo h iikihI enchant
i ig aspect to this town. The air is pure
mil w hdesonie. Burlington can also boiisl
with propriety of possessing the lnor-t re
n iwned university of this state, the coiner
Hone, of its foundation was laid by gen
eral Lafayette, while, on bin visit through
t jie Tinted-States in 1S2.J.
Among the public building" of this town
Are to be mentioned two bank-, a court
tf justice, a county jail, two college and
five churches, two of w hic h, (the catho-
lie. and the presbyierian) have been burnt
down within a year. Burlington has al-o
a glass factory, a pottery, a paper factory,
five hotel, well kept, three tanneries. sev-
4-ral other manufactories ami two parks.
newspapers, there are four piinting oflkes, ! '"oral-and reli'jriuus feeliiiL's arc formed ture, plu.ieuri -ci des pul.-liqm s it une hil.li.
two liook stores, a leailiii" room, several ' !""' J0"ri-li(,d ; where is the tn anie of theque a I'liufM rsite de ;t,(Miii volume,
public schools and a librarv bcloji'jïug (,, ! p'tre, diinteresed love, such as i- seldom Nous n en ti.m. de ne pouvoir mentioiinrr
thousand volumes. " calculating woild. Nothing can be moie
We legret to mention that a public mar- deniable than to make one's domestic
ket is not to be found in Bui button, i. hod the highest object of hi altachineiit
fstahlishinr of which is so mu. h calculât-' n'"' satisfaction.
fd to stimulate tin- iii'!u-irv of the fannim,'' Neither tank imr splendid mansions, nor
flans. It poiil.tiioiiainouiiis to about en ! epeii-iel furnished niartmruts, nor luv
thousand. It i also a fact worthy of at-: lirions n-pa.-ts, can accomplish these ac
tion, that the proprietor" of the wplendid steam lion. They are. to be obtained only freom
b'lats between Whitehall and St. John's are the riches of elevated principle, freom the
all freom Burlington or its vicinity. Their nobility of virtues, freom the splendor of re-
r.'lllllll ia pstiiii-ileal 0 Villi null 'PI 11, rl,,.. .... 1 .....r.l I.......I.- C ..... il... I ..,..... 1
.... o-''.,nM'. I III . I'.rnii lill'i iii'Niii 11. inn 1, 11.1111 1111, I'nir Mi' 1 . . . .
J,, k.r r i ' r r i n- ' 1 hours en hiver, 1 1 lieux (m par semaine, le
own six steam bats, four of which are con-; of refined ta-te, aflectionate h-sjitmeiit, !J ,j (., j,. m,,'!i en Lie
ftantly runmiijr. The mail arrives here and intellectual pleasure.. " Ie'f, a'siqit heure du J.-ir le mour m. nt
rvery Hay at I - o clock freom New-Wk, Female education is extremely vahnble ,,.. ()lllli,e.t p. til tableau anime Hdiv.rti.
Iloslon and Canada. In summer however fimn its impartin-: and eh valul and impio- M,,t. Ihtum-v. d, Utetn.a-vupeur .li
the mail freom Canada arrive only twice a ! vedcharacter to domestic intercourse. ( on-1 Motehall, du Cnnndn t.le Si. Alimns, on
week, Wednesday s and Saturdays. j versation i one of the gieahvl joyu of exist-! voit d jrroupi s de voyeurs ça it ia, d. s
The daily arriv al of the steanilioat freom ! em e, ainl the more perfect it is made by ' '''n" T'1 "t(U "u qui iirrivent ! ire r, it
Whitehall, St. John's and freom St. Albans the resource of learning, enlarged view's ' 'ouvrir le passage nu milieu des voiture M de
tal)oiU7 o'cloek, I. M airords a very of molality, the refm.-iiirnt of tate, the j 'a ''J11''" 'urieus,.- qui y e nitiree.
Mnusing scene to the inhabitants of tbi' ' more exquisite i, the joy. It is freom edu-l la ,Uu"
town ; groups of travellers are sen forcing cation that di-cur-e collects all jtw ori- i.al 1 V" "",r m " V" '
UiU; . . .1 i v .1.1 i i t . .i u i rst Vv inoKwkl, nlaee muiiulaeturiere, on e
leirwaytothe thllereiit hotel., hrou i drapery, its thru hni; elmiuence, us sweet ... in' c . . .
,i i ; , , .ill i ii i , ; (route une Iwlle manufai lure de drnin iui oe.
the dense crowd of spectators assembled on je"t music, ami all it magi- al inlbienre ,,. 0n y ,.,1,,,,,. ,. . ,ir(). ,1..
the wharfs to witness the arrival of theboat. j over the soul. Intelligence nnd an anim- toute h ,-peei B qui otît juMju'a deux vu;"
At a distance of two miles freom Bur- ah d dicour-e eminently exalt the dignity ) de Ur?v. Cette rriHiinfai lurr r nlerme 40
lington, is situated the manuficturinz vil- ! ami ruultiplie the charms of every female ; métier it a -to etsllie par dix jM.raonin de
lagc of Winooski. It i" intersected by a that can excel in it. I Imrlirftoii it de 1 ntirou ; 1 II.- a route
finall river, bearing the same name, and She who can sustain an elevated course 1 l,,M.,,("1- ll xi.iait nmi une miinui.ie.
romains several i.Kmufactorie., ninomr f , nnvcr.tio,,, who is ditirigni-hr. for " dv S.u.n. t et une de .ube, mai rll.-
niiiLii 1 111 in: inrni nniii irn in r n r.
;. i I.. 1 1 1 1 .1 t
tory of every description, the building i' of
t ., , 1 " ,
'nek and is Beyen stones liich, and ein-
. ...... '
l"")s atnj clothiers anci 40 looms. It is the
.! A.-lj-V 1 . t 1 ..a . . . I
property of ten citizens of Burlinzton, and
"sl S î 60,000. A satinet and block fac -
tory liad also hern established wine yrarsl
go at this place, but wa-J (V.'ttroycd by I
lire lavt fall. '
tion i U) wi ll worthy of iiotice.
Tit" faun are well ctiltiv ati-i and are
often intT" t ted bv small mulct- which'
contribute 1o enrich the land, and the
beautiful plantation add giealh to Ix-
me une nii-aranrt: oi me i.irm nouses
winch adorn the country. 1 in soil 11 ht
tile, vegetation rapid, anI tin pastures
are c client. The farm in the neih
Uuirhoivd of Burlington contain many lino
orchard. 0 I'ovcrty here has v.o strong
hold, and comfort every where to
seen ; cverv thins présent the most fasci-
it
J I IH r
nating aspect of a constant and durabl.
happiness.
The females, according to the American
custom, pass their life exclusively in the
ran of their household, nnd of the educa
tion of their children.
Kvery jx r-on, by the benefit of the rt.
isting law-, rilher in the town or in the
country, has the privilege of ncouiiinc a
good education, and we may add, that but
very few are to le found in the whole L'ni
on, who cannot read and write. The pub
lic newspaper, contribute in a large mea
sure to form and enlighten the minds of the
Aiu-ricans. The inhabitants of Burling
ton and the iieighlKiuring villages are dis
tinguished for their morals, their intelli
gence, spirit of enterprie and sound
education. The welfare of every member
of the community contributes a great deal
to promote the spirit of equality which the
constitution has established between every
man. It is inijosiblo. for a stranger to dis
tinguish on the. sabbath a labourer, freom
what is generally st) led in society a gen
tleman, every person holds the same rank.
The ministers of the different churches
have an emial right to the protection of the
government, and depend entirely for tln-ir
suppoit m the, generosity of their follow ers,
by gaming their esteem, ami shewing them
selves good example in the pur-uit of vir
tue, ltcpuhlicaii principles - cannot find a
stronger supM)rt than that of a congregation
nominating its own minister.
This lat mentioned fact i-another proof
that religion, republicanism and Liheity are
not so materially opposed to end 1 other, ns
inuiiarchial governments pierrnd they are.
FEMALK EDUCATION.
Female education is of immense import
ance, as connected with domestic life. It
is at home wheiu inan.geneially passe the
greatest portion of his tin'; vs here he seeks
a rcfur freom the vexations and cmbanas-
l,,r"N ' l'"-iness ; a relaxation freom care
I ''' ,!,r i",r,'l"ng of alfection ; where
i l"und in lin- buv walks o a s"lfir!i and
...lit. . I 1 . I :. - t . 1 :. I :
u ' " i n . i miiivrii iiui Kiiii.
1 and observation, "(sl judLMnc;it, andîi well
1 e 1 t
; di-ciplnicd temper, is a r-riMtual source of
. . . 1 1
Nirs-iTi:
S ami exhilaration to all withm
her circle
If lu r education i what it
i should be, lir cannot fail of making her
home all that is desirable, so laht none
of her hou-elmld w ill need Or w i ? 1 to tec k
chcwhcrc for h:'pi'mc.-r
tll lll iei de 1 1 KllV n e , p.irt 'Ol r i'',e '.i i - m ,
lout rt r 1.1 ni 1 1 jrrr u tinn le I.. I. . . -! i
lldn-lir Iju'ell ri tO.IOlle. H ,1 u.ie Iii.IUoii .
i!e l lirtl Ile il une li I rr 1 ult .s 1 1 pmr ! ( m o . '
I . r v 1 iiim tie r tir m u!e pi.ie t n j.j.! i tni s
u U 'oi île iu.lir'i ii, un 11 liuet.l au l 1
ill l)ejrll.
In- li min' , Ion h mu ii Rim tu aiii . 1
colinai lel.t prrMjile IimiIi- Uur riIi.e 4 l'i.l
min i4ratou île leur mi utt 1 1 ri-ilueainii
! leur i ni ni. I .'oi.tf ù. lu.ii ju ' ! pu 1 1
l'ol jel de Mili le il. ut.iuii du x Uj ! .
'l out U' mind- par l ko iumi , 4 li
illt mrnnw a U rnuqyir, jx-ol ri leif uin
fdueatiou rominunr. Un 1 nu.rem iM e il.

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