SEVERE STORM. - One of the fiercest storms of wind and rain ever known on this part of the coast, in the summer season, prevailed last Friday...
After an unequal contest of more than four years at the editorial chair of the VINEYARD GAZETTE we resign our duties to other hands.
The Land and Wharf Company here given their grounds the unique and taking name of “Oak Bluffs,” upon which they offer a thousand lots for sale.
The house (formerly known as the Norton House) having been leased by Mr. L. S. Roberts of Boston and thoroughly refitted, and newly furnished, in a...
 
President Johnson recently remarks: - “Mercy has been slain. Let us now take care that Justice is not slain also.”  
Since our last issue many stirring events have transpired.
Our little boat has now been performing duty upon her route for one week, and we can confidently state that the public, generally, are satisfied with...
“There is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue,” and we think the people of Martha’s Vineyard have, long since, exceeded that point.

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