The Gazette Office has been removed to the new building on Main street, situated on the premises lately owned by Hon. I. N. Luce, and adjoining those...
The tower on which the light stands, which seemed at a distance to be white, is in reality red, being made of pressed brick, and capped with...
The Steamer Eagle's Wing, Capt. Benj. C. Cromwell, now makes four trips per week to New Bedford, instead of three as heretofore. On Monday, she...
The Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society have purchased some three acres of land in West Tisbury, of Mrs. Hannah Look, and the Society will shortly...
This religious encampment has become an Institution, there is nothing like it in this country, and it is greatly increasing from year to year. In...
Wednesday of last week was a great day for the Vineyard. At that time, the first agricultural gathering and display ever attempted on the Island, was...
A Newport correspondent of the New York Post says: -  
Several shoals of fin-back and hump-back whales were seen a day or two since from five to fifteen miles south-east of Noman’s Land, Vineyard Sound....
Allow us to call the attention of your readers to a proposition, emanating from many of our farmers, to join in an effort to form a County...
On Wednesday the Court of County Commissioners for Dukes, met at the Selectmen’s Room in the Town Hall. Hon. Thomas H. Lambert, having taken the...
While upon this subject, it may not be out of place to state that Frederick Douglas, the colored gentleman and orator, will lecture before an “...
The Marcy House, recently opened in this village, is in excellent order for the accommodation of travelers. Every thing about it is neat and...

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